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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1878, Galveston, Texas                                NEWS OFFICE, forSS.OO Per Thousand. GALVESTON, THURSDAY, 26, CENTS. ELECnOlS TICKETS, asfls VOL. XXXVII-Xp. 160. NEWS OFFICE, For 82.00 per Thousand. A. M. NEUtaVCO, MKtOSH AXD UKKOKH. death kodl and Bnrfce, with nliV crfsd out, Tlic Indeed, Mqp imnqr iKXh f n the the Wtnpw of men. Gibbon "JtaikJaVry of all mtj bo ID tTo vortu Tutor, grwlnem. dttKUIUiji utdaTl F of eiperieace prom the pwwow at Intuition, But HMW it m change taking nodal in tod siren the character of COM of higher and that mlbe uuoe hwlrtjr worM WM ta heroic age. -m. croakera wbo ire foMVcr defOoribx "oao generation world kiwi with dilution. This HMrrert UM etrltot of of tht erwrutive authority of the from wiokli )u> Bed. bt do lirrred up to be nmurred to the iifcvtag jiiritdictioa of the crime. ThU fa direct nud nniinblgooun. It followed by a like priyvMoa re- from atrrlce or Itbor, a provlitlon which, ihORKii odJoni in the free item, coofrren law fit to enforce by legfiUtlon tinder Hi power to make all ntnemry and proper for carry- ing eiranmaud Into execn- tit. a. In there any orerpower.loff reamn why eonpna should not aercim the tame power JB wpport of the for the tnrrender of fngitlvei) from jus- tice I THE NEWS OF THE STATE noorn jrAticnixa TO rammio ittmim mt nmtmrr m It Vlo Ihirloiw Ar- by u( IflpMtel TcK-gnMi to ttw Xewi.1 SAX Awnmio, Sepf, Bailable infor- nutlra bwm noetnd at beadqtatrten from cntteman Ifring In tbe interim of Kexlra, tlMt UM Mexican him ontored the at Monterey to the Rio frontier, and that of la.OOO are en for the border. Not wUhataadlnftlx! Mwcitynt money in the Hexican tmuniy, hnre been DEATH'S JMJT xrintMTc ma rnlTlU oCJr.Iai Con forwarded to meet tbe Thto tutr wm be gnr Men who m-isl abiuc ttslr aad It win ywn, of thwtroBfh wn- rercbwl llic htr tratk and Rlorjr." In Irian, An not differ "T rn the change of geacnv- wire wave men before tu, too, brave men will lira when cur arc hoay. Wr ham read in wonder and admiral ion of Vallij- Forge, where the Wont-hearted 1-oJoi.lau ftmc. anxl liungcred that liber- ty raijht be tiie watchword of u progren- "ive We hsvo gkiwcl wilit tot.iiwi.fiii wlim we read of Marlon ia South Carolina, brav- ing aid cndurjiijr'hurclships Ihe BH-nUoa of which makes, us shudder. Tfca jouth of to-day nit in opca-mouthud wlsen I'jey hear of tiie Wlldcr- fthllob, of Gettysburg; of Slal- Hlfl, and now tint peace has come, we haw K aaH that with Lee and Jack- the latest embers of cMfarljr.. Hot! are more called upon to tbtg Bis'-aadtoiy probes to a hud ol who shade the deeds of and to the blush the for- loivcat irf forlorn hopes. Death to iu atli-actiona. The ot bGiUs may nuke one danger, and, if that be ptwol, U is offsc; by the tumor or the hope ot rowafd. What wonder then that a bat- Md akooW develop a thousand .Serous, whci elw bad never risen above HTAYLKO up all night In order to be up rarly in the morning is nothing to wlat of freight in New York are dointf. The NEWS ope- ylekUd to the popular cry of Clal telln of .pending two nlglita on the wharf ia order to get tteirfreight receipted for, FCTVKW higher at New York and cotton iiold freely hi market yesterday. Tim flirne participated in the pmduue of 2836 bales. The biml- orin was about equally divided between foreign and domestic buyers. Good onilniiry IB now iniotwl at lljc. STBBMXO exchange tinned drooping and lower yertcrdsy and o further slight di.-clinc occurred in British consols. HucErpTf of cotton yesterday at nil ports exceed tho flgurcB for the corres- ponding of last year by 5002 bales. A OXMAX AQUATIC the Comlns Inter- Hare. [From the New York Hun.] Tho sporting world on both sides of the Attantie avit now looking forward with great intcrf.1t to the grand struggle be- tween two of the greatest oarsmen of the present, age, who (ire to meet and battle with the oar for and champion- ship of the world. The rival champions who artt to struggle ugniiiftt oach other in the Doming interna- tional contest are Edward Hanlan, cf Toronto, and the famous Chas. E. Court- ney, of Union Hprings, K. Y. It is universally acknowledged by boat- imllaary aecomplitlimenta Bat Uitrc la a beroinn tiiut tranw-euds a eonrage that putu his to Wbea watllcnoe mgm and brealkwt deatli for hundreds in a, day; wben ttar. death is slow and horrible; wkea gncn is ngnmsked and the epitaph aawritu-n. he who such ttrot not for glory, not under rotop.jisioa, bnt of tnat knnauity which, thank Mill wwthy of more SB an the conqunr.T of nations. people, in terrible pes- 'ilence Is now piwaillng have set toe world aa example of irity. Lot Uteu ote clvp further by e nbalmintj meoKxy of lite nnselfbh men uml women wlio have beard tbe cry for help and rfi-idily aud unreservedly re- SfioiMkd. ihezn glorify those who. in answer lo Ihht cry, have culmly and ing men, toth In this country and in Europe, that Banian and Courtney are of tho physical wonders of tho nine- teenth century. England's champions Once 1631, when Chas. Campbell won the titie on tbo Thames, are R. Coombes, Tboicai Cute, J. Messenger, Harris Kiilly, Robert Chambers, Jas. Keiiforth, Jos. Sadler, Egbert Boyd and Jas. Hkyutt. Hcnfortli wag tbe greatest oarsmnn that sat in a shell hi England in find what Benforth was ta England, Han- Ian is to Canada and Courtney to the Uni- ted States. Since Josh, Ward won the race for the slngte-tKull championship of Axnrica, in bis time has mrver been beaten, and still stands the best on record. In view of the fact that he rowed in a W-pound boat with fixed seat, while at this time 30-pound boats with sliding seats this is very remarkable. in the champianship were Junen Hauill, Walter Brown, Henry Conltor, ET Moris and WUliam Scharl It is expected tliat the coming race will one of he hardrat struggles ever rowed, is the men are evwly mtit-'-hed, and have l and spent their awn la a sltem and obsfure strngjle with pestilence for iiv o  nelglilwrhoods iui- dergnnenc' special mudificatkm sincvtuo first of the (iiiilemlc. Altbuugh tbe dis- ease sewiis u rimbnt its pravicnuly, experi- ence, and critl.-ji not appear so frequently. At the iiutancDnf vey? reverend father Ronxel, vicar tbe arch diix-ese of New Orleans, Uie catholic relief associa- tion to-day handed t-'iuu to French irmr rnnlM-r ta Bncttoh Onwto Trkcraoi to Ike News.] Stem "1 to-day witli a lurft ler interior fma Ir.-rn. The Amtin and Rio arrived. The former Is now kavlinc and will yrotMbly UMnor- row wiefc a fall cargo. Drari ha -e been wafting OB the rharf rince Buoday for her arrive. Tho nrnair> of llimcori. Kami awl Texan road for the third in BcpJ teiuber year. Aiabaaoa >.tate bowk have declined per cent, on failure at interest. The treasury will pay five and a half million! of SsheriN award to extanontb. British consols declined on account of political and falsereportsabout Bcotch banking hcxue. A heavy rtock failure occurred at flan Tbe gold, silver and tad yield of the PacnV coast uinei. for Sefrtonbn- wffl igerrecate CALfEKT. DEMOCRACm THE EAST. TWf A xrr-it m. Km aumofHA rx ix ntmUom ibr VBtthrail ml Jolm C. Ablwl lor A at .Hurt .FKS ROSE'S ART GALLERY BOSTOX, Sept Tbe deraocrali; nute conventton met at Fhneoll at 1 1 o'rlo-k, puraiuat to the adjoununrot votvi the central commitue at WonMMer. UetU John 8. Whitney waj aypfniattd dlisir- macand aiUlmmd O. Ab bottwas nominate'l for governor For ifeuteniuit ganirvoi- vets named Wm. B. Piuntortt: of state, Henry C. Dewing; Intarorer and n I ceirer general, David N. audittr I 159 Market Street, near Tremont Opera House, Sfrwf. lief c-ommititee to urgent ealln sapply in (lie Utter f< part the for relief. The Howard VfesUrday refused to assist the Flinch committee, on the eroand tliat had bent sent them for distribution direct to tbe sufferers, by members of tbe Howard association. Brother Ciprian, of the order of the Holy Cross, diec', to-duy of yellow fever. Among tbo cases to-day was CoL W. M. Owen, of. I he artillery. Among the com aleuwuu are Maj. Wm. A. Owyn and Ciipt. Geo. A. Wjilinms. Tito Orleans atlicf committee decided to-day 'to return all uubrolceu packages totuu mercirnnts who bad advanced them, and will distribute tbe remainder to par- ties whiwe requisi ticm has been approved, esfaras rations win go. This will take until to-morrow forenoon, Iwing about. 0000 to distribute, 5000 of which were to 4 p. K. to- If nothing is from tiie secre- tary of war by to-morrow morning, the committee will meet sad adjourn sine die. Up to 6 o'clock M. 17 deaths since noon were reported to board of health, aud 77 caces. Among the new cases reported up to noon is sister Mary Ann, of the St. Eliza- beth ssylum. Four are pi the marine de- partment at Hotel DienJ in charge of ma- rine surgeon Dr. K. D. Jjfcirray, who was ordered he! e from Key TVest by surgeon general Woodwolth. The Charity houpital nrcorts to-day one Chinese case, Ah Nean, 47 years, sent to Ferer la Dale. [8pwlal Telegram to Uw Sews. I CALVXHT, Kept. cantata last night wu tbe finest entertainment we have tad. The ladles deserve jreal credit. Tiie nut proraeils amounted to (300. It will be sc-nt to the Howards at Memphis. Tbe total amount raised by Cfdvert for yellow fever sufferers, is about (450. Business is brisk. VX1TXD STAXES fS. s. J. I Docnmenu In Evidence Seized In Open CoBrt mud Carried Anay Mich., Sept evening during tbe examination of wit- nesses beforo commissioner Maynard, in the case of tbe United Stateii vs. Samuel J. Tildon, two men suddenly entered the room, seized the books of tfca new iron mine company, being used in testimony, ajid es- caped. Offlmn started in pursuit. It is supposed the books are taken out Of tbe state. Olney. Reuben Xoble, of WesrScld, made a mo- tson that democratic through- out the mate, calling and (MU- addmn a calf to all democrats who propone to support the candidates of thin convention; and when any such commlictee oppufces ftfae nominations of thii; conven- tion, the members of the several council- authoriaid to exclude such fj'om toe convention. After considerable discussion the reniiln- tion was indefinitely postponed. Tlic platform declares that the oonrtlint policy of the republican party Uirouish- out the United Htates has had a tendency to centralize the of the govtirn- inent in Washington; deniauds the over- throw of monopolies and the enactnwnt and execution of such lavrn as shall pro- tect the of labor as well those of capital, not discriminating against either, but framed for the mutual benefit of lioth; that the scheme originated ami carried i nto effect by the republican party of provid- ing paper currency, not redeemable in coin, aud compelling the people to receive the same in payment of is without authority of the constitution. Congress has no power to make it be gold or silver, legal tender. Whatever power It may have to authorize the isnie of notes to circulate as monev, whet] ler issued directly from the treasury or indi- rectly through tho hanks, should be exer- cised, only subject to certain restrictions. m'" no executive office of ihe THIS Complimentary Benefit THOMAS 1 WALSH, A Splendid Bill Arranged. JTAKE YOU LArO'H TILL YOU CHY, Open from I Tin e r. n. MOODY Cotton Factors. Etc., UALVEHTOX. E. S. JEMISON 8 CO., Hankers and Cuminiwtioa Mrrrhints, _ 123 Vrurl St., York. TO ABBZVJB. 4000 BAGS COFFEE, Per BrJf .MroJIaul, freu Bio, Witt Ixruold at J.OWEST I'RrCK from Wharf. UABZ.IICK CO., That character named Cortex, of the 16 year old daughter of a man named Conway, who lives near catholic graveyard, she being taken from her parents by force. The story ta not generally audited. ___ Beebe Frank Yatei withili Oil September 1874, Courtney partici- M tted HI tbe grand Beneca lake regatta at Watkins Oien, N. Y., being beaten in a four-oared race by the Buffalo rowing club four-oared cl-sw, on the first day, three miles. On reptember 10, 1874, in the same regatta, won the single, senior sculls, two miles in K. H. Rabinson, of Union Springs, second, and Wm. E. McCreudy, of theNew Yorlc Athletic dun, third Courtney's next appmranco in a shell WAS in tbe regatta of Saratoga rowing o-Hsociation, August 1875, when he met for the first time, Jas. scull race for the Empire ___________, which he won for the third time, rowimj the two miles IS.SdK. On August Courtney figured m tbe national association regetta, defeating R. B. Bainta-idge (better known in rowing cm-KH as Dick Dceley.) arid David Roach in the third heat of the sculls, rowing over the one and a hatt miles, straightaway cqursj.in9.iM. On Septembers, 1875, with his brother, J. T. Courtney, Jas McGratii and Hugh Connor, be won tbe four-oared shall race at the Seneca lake regatta, rowing the Jiree mile, with a turu hi 111.93, beating hree other crews. At the regatta of the national aKsocia- ion, held at Philadelphia, August Courtney won the second beat of the race by over a minute, rowing he one and a half milts in 10.3SW. He did not row ta the final heat, but withdrew n favor of Taten. On thd following day, with Robinson, he won the double-scull race, beating Acker- -ian and Bodgers, McMillan and Minges, His next race took llace August the centennial regatta, when he won the Sherman BM no Idea of Her Quarantine ReciilaUciiv- Sbo-tlBe GI.M Ban. .t to tho Cetton CoMnreoH Kwnpe. [Spectoi lelegram to the Hewn. SHERMAN, Sept. visit of Dr. Rutherford has put a different phase on matters from that indicated by my report of Saturday. A special meeting of council i met Rutherford, who asked them to place our quarantine affairs under bis direction and the Houston quarantine re- gulRtions. The council refused to inter- fere with the wiunty quarantine ordinance, and Rutherford then called on judge Wil- kinson, the executive officer of that ordi- nance. That officer informed Dr. Ruth- erford he had neither the desire nor power to interfere with the order of the county commisNioners, and that our plan was working admirably, tmd to tbe satifuetion cf all; that we were able to manage our own affairs at this end of the line, and wotdd remove or enforce quarantine when we saw proper; but he consented to let one of Rutherford's assistants act in con- cert with our quarantine officer, Mr. Nash, at Red river, the rigid enforce- ment of our quarantine laws. A section of the Sherman gun-club won i silver service at the glass-ball shooting at McKinney to-day. Six in the HciQnney club and the same number in tbe Sherman balls each, Bogardus rules. Mc- Kinney broke 88 balls, Sherman 105. Two of tbe massive iron links of the Shennaa cotton compress, employed in raising the pillow blocks, snapped asunder thiy morning wliile the workmen were en- he bad filed a caveat. He called it tbe oral telegraph. T. S. Maxey, Esq., and Kiss Famy Campbell, were married at the methodist church this afternoon. Saturday the friends of Dr. Manning met to express in some suitable manner their sorrow occasioned by bis death. It is expected there will be a very large at- tendance. The noncert at library hall last night for the benefit of the yellow fever sufferers, netted about sixty dollars. Fenn, tbe revivalist, undertakes the isi. generation of Austin, beginning 'at the baptist church to-nigbt. Latent In Quarantine Mutters. [Special Telegram to the BROWNSYIUJE, Sept. The two clubs composed of citizens of Mexican origin petitioned the city council to raise the quarantine against Matamoros. The peti- tion was not granted. It is reported that, tbo Uexican authori- ties are enforcing the quarantine at Bag- dad. A rumor prevails that members of the Mexican 'Ajano club essayed to pronounce against quarantine night, and were dissuaded from it by their presiden% Juau Pecina. A movement is on foot to land goods for Mexican markets at Bagdad. Gen. Cuellar and others are en route for Idle city ot Mexico, to request the govern- ment to reduce the tariff on goods landed the hospital Sept. 5th, sick aud destitute, by the police. He contracted the fever at the hospital on Monduy. Six yellow fever occurred at Bay St. Louis yesterday. Throe of the brothers of St. Stanilaos college, at that place, had the Mack vomit last evening. A letter from Mississippi City reports 13 cases of fever at Barnes hotel there. One child not expected tb John T. Moore and Thomas Layton, of the southern bank, of tiie funds of the catholic relief association for UK victims of yellow fever in New Orleans, ere receiving from the kind-hearted and charitable Cf the noi-tfi, eait and west, whose bounty appears inexhaustible, a generous response to tbeir appeal for funds to relieve destitute orphans and widows. This association is promptly tbe relief which is so much .needed here, re- gardless of creed, color, or nationality, and its action in tiufl case if. well calcu- lated to meet the approval of generous donors abroad. A family of Absentees, who considered themselves aoclimnreJ, although they never actually had yellow fever, recently telegraphed to tbeir nbvxiciem in this city, Dr. Joua Carter, of the fourth district, upon tbe question of returning. He re- plied not to do so npon any account, and TJffjE rA.I.L SI-OUTS. Races at London, Louisville. Colnm- nnf.rst. LOXDOX, Sept. race for the great eastern handicap, at Hewn'arket, was won by Hack Thorpe, Warriiir 3d, Mallory 3d. locisviLtE, Sept. weather is fair and attendance good. The first race, Belle Meade stake, dash of three-quarters of a mile, was won by Trinidad, Ben Hill 2d, One Dime 3d. Second race, handicap dash, IV mile was won by Clement (J.; Nettie Brookcr 2d, Wheeler 3d, Proctor 4ta. Maulstick was the favorite in tho last race, Tims, S.jO. Third dash, won by Hattie Reynolds; Melbourne colt 3d, Vri 3d, Crosslet last. Time, 1.44Jf. PoTtrth dasb, one and a quarter riignal first Petrel second, Lucifer, the eastern craci, third. Thirteen started. Trinidad's victory perted as it WEB easy. Oruistix? and Bu- gaged in putting ties on a compressed bale, and the mt-nstrous block came down witb a thud tbat sounded like a sub- terranean explosion. It was caused by 801) imperfect castings. There tous pressure ou at tiie time, and timbers and pieces at iron flew about quite lively for a few moments. Miracu- lously no one was injured. Mr. Bearce, the manager, visits Galvestoti to-morrow for obtaining duplicate links. MJ3l3tA.K AT OAMAS. Speeches by the Oreenbaek lor Governor Llentcnant Arrlvluicfor the Fair Fever Ktc. [Special Telrfram to the Newt.l DALLAS, Sept. a5. Hamaian, green- liack nominee for governor, spoke three hours to. a fair-sired audienea at tbe court-house to-day. It was ths same old speech, slightly varied in phrasaology. A street meeting is being addressed by judge. Thurmond, who will be followed by Gen. Rains. London Schneider, of Denton, reached DaUas last night in search of his child, who Lad been carried off by his wife, who had abandoned him. Finding her, tbe engine of the law was brought to bear on the case, also the final heat, and defeat- I when matters were compromised by Mrs. 311 Schneider returning home with her liege tember 1 er 1, 1SW, Robinson and Courtney the priw, beating Acker- man and Rogers. Edwird Banian was bom of Irish of GOT. Of M to fugltire from thv rwjuisitkiu of C4ov. South CtOTlina, raises nore jMrtBtient taterent (ku ttw Bttprkl excited bj- 1W uthereiuoB for rKuml. ttat the retire was 
                            

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