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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - July 20, 1872, Galveston, Texas ESTABLISHED 1842. GALVKSTON. SATURDAY, 20, 1872. NTMBER 2 ilctos. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1K72. the ton-n and county for One-'.iiira of a League, whirli I will Hir prit-ti to Wf'.i fumi.-h il rr, at ray m thu -t AND W lAdOOD COOK, WASBEK AND IK AOMST. Office vrltU Cook Cline, JJuIldlng, HncnroM, TrtXAft. Particular aiU-ntiou to tbR C'ollection of Aix-Quiits, Duo BHtH, NoleM fur MtjrctisJitd, Riid Hufurs, hy to BuLla aud aoidthw.ute. VIRGINIA AND NOP.TH OAEOLJNA M AN- UfACIDEKD TOBACCO, Strand, near Cor Tremont St., QOMERV1LLE MISOELL.ANEOUS. 1st of will bercceiv'jtl by till the iext, making and burulny >KOPKRTX i'uit aAJLJi I Proctor Gamble's Extra Olive I lOenkuis, Bon B- W. S. and others, is probably the poorest State in tho I'uion for election specu- Persons who muj- be disposed to bnck their opinions on ajiproach- I ing contests are reminded by the press of that State that the law declares tbat every person wbo makes, offers or accepts any bet ur wager upon so young very .strong; young lady the refiult of any election, or upon the pale and new made grave. SUCCcss or failure of any person ur niLirov GOOD HOICK. To be nude on the '.anils ol tlio AtrrijuHnral nr.u" ilee'.jjuiicalColli-ge of near lin-an. Wood fumi-ln-d :it the kiln liy ns. H.T. DOiVNARD, TIIOS. McCAKTY, MclSTOSH, CjinmLs.ioners A. M. Collide. I.X UUCSTOS. Lot No. S in No. 27, ait'JuteU aoutli ol W. J. Hutchins' residence, together with all irapruve- j rneiiti, consisting of a smalt House wit.h lour rooms, together with Outhouueg, etc, and one ot tho flnesl Ciylcniu in tha city. Apply tc. AT L. STEEL-' r -jvDtf Real ivitate Arcnt. ffoirston. OALTUTOIf, TlXAA. Idportere Coffw, Iron Ties, Ounny Cloth, ftud for the of Ji.14, Hemp iwid Flax anil IU5 auIODlr :LEGAL NOTICES. 0. j visit the. scene; proof of story of ladies the ladies -mcl invited guests tu about TO mj'Ie assurances doubly sure and J candidate, or upon the number of votes tu of I to enable tile coroner to make Sb, the to be cast, either in the aggregate or three hundred tables and :us yards iu lenjtb. they retu-L-d. others took their places, till, as bt-toresaid, from five to six thousand persons par- took. This being over, a general dis- persion, took place into town to the depot to see tiie train leave, and a gen- eral movement to and fro until the set- ting sun, when all was; peace, joy and kindly feeling. Much more ought to be said, but can But one or two items must not hA omitted. On the stand, as one of TIVO is op ened a-.id Tliom.is brought to'light. Uraud tableau. Esit every- body in disgust. Altogether a very pretty story, and is doing yeoman ser- vice on tho fourth page of country Lcdyer. committee of reception, MO..W Rrvan. the first settler i-diuuud C. Stediaan, the banker- poet, has given up his speculations in Wall street, broken iu health and hag- gard -with financial excitemenc. He wil1 110W resl'me writing, to the delight was Colonel j o! Boston publishers and the admirers for any particular candidate, or upou the vote to be cast by any person, is guilty of a misdemeanor. And this misdemeanor, may be punished by a fine not exceeding or imprison- ment for a term not exceeding five P1C eleCjiCn. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY 1. been luspectur of Hitles and Aniisili for Qalviv.nu (Juuiily (i ice Z. L. unj lis.ve Uii I ay -Inly qnaHfit-J according to law, and ap pom'. K. D. Miteholl K. K. Uasaio aa Deputies j T. 0. DIDDLE, I Inspector of Hides and S. AMBLER i CO., 8ADDI.EBT, HA.B.1BM, SADDLERY HAKOWARE. No. M MnuiU. rPYl'E FOlt ABOLT TUBCE I Of LJV.le i: Co.> EREY1EK, !ji.l hule wore, vn- scilJ forty a Jl uc.: .1 j __ __ __ _ __ _ A LhX. PORTER MORSE, J. J. AUXTBAKC, 3TE.iii i'JGAJi KILLt. liRAlkljhfi SAW UH.LH. ETC. .on CouiitT. "VT OTICE. Vy Tlie State o( Texas, county
EJwani WebsU-r our Mr. Chas. j in stjnjr oewppiper publi'htd in cx three coQsecuttve prenoua to UH aionctay of August aforcsalO. Herein fai? not, and ol tliis writ mike d C. W. HUE LEY CC. yeiira back to mike up its issue for this month. TF YOU WANT TO SAVE TDtE well as money.MnU your orders or JOB WOSS to the GAtAGaTos riEUB JOB B, whera they A'ill promptly to. tuni, you havi executed the lume. Given under ror hind and waL this 5lh o [MAI] July, A. D. D; JOHHSCW, of the Peace, Qaivtston county. A tree cupy, I eerily. B. M. FLEXING. Constable cf county. iEL COM. lor M HILLIStm AETIFWIAL ETOSE P'.TEMZFT, J. D. GOHUAJtt, !n- J. M. Ctni-n dm. E. K4BVLEXT. BAXBWAKX, HASHISS, UEATBZH, ETC., (I ud M amjid. COAS k TXX BBOIXJTS aitebntnl ECGGDES c.i th. mrKEAT WAOOH. trlOTlDly P 'LEASE CALL AT W -HiW t. ii -Vi.-.i CL
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