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   Galveston Tri-Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - October 4, 1872, Galveston, Texas                                hlSlAULISHED 1.838. COMMISSION. shipping. �. CARRO   l s*  ! Halve'ton. A J. B1JKXB, Houston. J. C SMITH  >  CO., (l)ITO.\ sfe WOOL FACTJR8 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Strand, Galveston. A LL BUSINESS entrusted to us will re-ceiro pruisfctsid trersooal attention. jlySu Bin J ho Wolston......C. 0. Well.......Chas. Vide WOLSTON, WGUS & VIDOR, COTTON if ACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SOLI 1 Iftde.s. albkrt SOXKKVILLS. wa.t*R� 8. davis, SHIPPING  AND COMMISSION MBUOKANTS, ST RANI), (AAbVfcSTON, TKXA8,   ' IMPORTERS OF COFFER, IR n TIES, nml OUNNY CLOTII, and Ajroots forjtae gi�. of Pomo3t(c Jeto. Hemp and Flax Bag--, and all kinds of Cordage.     an� Uly T. H. RIcflAHAN &. 00., -G-EKKltAL COJiM-IHSl >N MERCHANTS And Den.srs in Domestic and Foreign Exchange, STRAND, (JAtiVBSTON. fjgr" Span's I attention given to sal* of Cotton, Wool, *c, Ac. ..___     Jul* KAVrFM&N ft, YAGNSK, C 'J M M'lv.' NE, Captain Doane. WIL.MINOTON,Captain Hnltni-e. CTTV OF AUSTIN, Captain Kldr'nlge. tlfiO. W. OL Villi, Captain Cult). CITY OF SAN ANroNTU,Capt l'cnuington. One ol tli" above numudStcamors will leave New Yuri; tot Malveston regularly every SAT� URUAY, and QalTostm for Now York every TUESDAY, or sooner if full. ;steanw OITT of SAN ANTONIO. PENNINGTON............................Mastsb Will sail direct on SATCUtOAT, 00 TOSBR 5th 1872, J. N. SAWYER, Agent, it 8lr.nl. Galveston. C. U. M AIdjO.lt Y 4 00 , 153 Maiden Lane, New York, Agonts. m�rl.!;dly___'      _ MORGAN LI7MB  STEAMERS. TO NEW ORLEANS VIA BRASHEAK AiVl) MORGAN'S LOU-ISANIA AND TEXAS RAILUOAD. A LVKSTON_ C]VILIAJ THURSDAY, pCTOBBlTs/ 1K7!*.  * GALVESTON:  FKIDAY  EVENING, Attempt    Swim taa net. igilsa Ohan- IAt.1.,      i 1 BAU, HXJTCaiNOS ft CO, ukorgk n j. n. Ht.rc MEHCttANTS  AND   BANKERS -Dealers in- Foreign mad Domestic B*cbanfe, HALVESTON, TEXAS. July 1, tS*u. , if*0 SEW ORLEANS.____ A. B. ORISWObO * OO., Corner >'�nal nil Royal Streets. New Orleans Imi'.btuhh \>e 4FINK WATCHKS, CLOCKS, JEWKLRY FANCY 00 )!)!>, CUTI.EKY, (JUNS AND PISTOLS." Manufaetnrers of Pure Coin Silvmvaro. Pricus low.   Every urticlu fully warrants'!' fel.i.Sd twA� iy. CITY HOTEk, Corner of Camp and Common streets, nsw ORf.kaiis. 1U'3   *ti-tf. ,lve.   dt' SVISON, blakeman, TAVIOB Ik CO., NEW  YCitlC, PUBUISIlJiRS -of the American Bdaeational Series OF SCHOOL AND COLLEOE TEXT.UOOltS. SEND for IlUutratud Catalogue and Descriptive Uir;uluts to T. MOROXEY, (Junet.il Agunt, 'J2 Camp Street, ap25d '/uw Orleans. MoHirts Wilson. Ai-..  Aim STBW VOHK,__ WUGEUR & mSBRITT, TI. M" ANUFACTURKRS t, DEALERS IN MB/tSlkriCAKLT fl R \ L H O   OOODN, JFOUEKIN  FRUITS, NUTS. SARDINES, �PfCKLKS, Pki;sK V*S, CmttPS). Saucbs, FOUR A1A1L.H FEU  WEiK. rilllE following new and splendid Iron X Steamers leave Galveston as follows: Steamer JOSEPHINE,- WtLSon. Master, SUNDAYS and THURSDAYS, at 3 KM Steamer CITY OF NORFOLK, J. Hopkins Master, TUESDAY and SAT LTRDAYS, 3 P. M. (J.irryiug Passengers and Malls only, and connecting in Now Orleans with routes North an 1 West. CHAS. FOWLER, Agent, 0 11 im on Contrul *Vbarf. RAILROADS^__ QHANGB OF TIME. GALVESTON, HOUSTON 4 HENDERSON-Q, H. & B. A. RAILROADS. o N AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY 22 18"2, DAILY (Suudujs excepted) 'Tho bust-M" ^JTLito Wine an) 1 gats �cuBsTftntly on bai tlicr Vino-d. Train Leave Galveston at 5:30 A. BS Carrying the United State-" Miil and Ex pre*s, connecting at llurrisbuiji will) the �.. H. 4 S. A. R. R. for COLUMBUS and the WEST. Arriving �t Huat-t i at 8 a. M.. conn otiug with the Texas entrui Rati road AUSl'lN and DALLAS. This Train � ops only at Harridburg. Pat sender and Freight Mixed Train leave.'. UAI-VKSTON at 6 k. stoi phiL' for Pa.isengers at alt Stallone. Train Leaves Qalveston at 2 P. IH Taking Passengers from Morgan Stenmerf, and connectini; with the N'ght Train of tha Houstou and Texas Central Railroad, Train Leaves Honston at 9.15 A. M. Taking Passengers from H. A T. C, con neeting �t Harnsburg with G., H. * S. A R. R, arriving at Galveston at 1:2a p. m. connecting with the Jlogau Ste iniur*. Train Leaves Honston at 5 30 P. M Tukine; Pacsengers from H. A T. C K. R. and G.. 11. k 6. A. R. Ji., arriving at Gal vestou at 8.20 r. v. The Galveston, llarrishurg and S n Antonio Train leaves Hnrri-burg for Columbus a in \. m., lading p i.^si-ngers from Houston an' Galvo-tou Trains. GEO. C. NICHOLS jl.v20 Snperintcmleut. tsDVSTON AND TEXAS CENTRA. RAZLWAT mi The English sporting world has been ;;re�tly interested by a wager, of $f>, 'Jvc.r \ioints through S�M MA AS. Ontvpcl � - jn Galveston IslsAd una out the State, ^ilftt' DENIS NEK., WH0LESA1E AKt� retail fc'asbtonable Clothing- '8\*re. lil -TREHONT STRBi5T\ (Opposite (im Sauter Builtliug ) B.IS  R'tCKIVBTI a TUI.L STOCK 0> CLOTHING, RADB TO  ORDER IIATK AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOE'S. FURNISHINu GOObS, CArI'KT BAGS, nov2S T1UTVKS Ac. icnl than it could possibly be if done by hand. After this structure is completed, the uext step will probably be the building of anchorages on the New York and Brooklyn sides. These will each be 800 feet iuland from the towers, the New Y*ork one ot the "corner of Water and Dover streets, and the Brooklyn anchorage at ttbe corner of James and Merceln streets. aiasla* Beds In South America. Professor Agassis has nearly finished his famous voyage of deep sea explorations, the steamer H-asaler with'the scientific party having, lately nrrived at Sa& Francisco. ' The full details of the voyage and *ha diseoverks* autde. will be, of thuoh interetA Many thousands of hew and valuable specitneus of uatnral objects have been obtained and preserved, ' ''� In a recent letter to Professor Pierce of the Coast .Survey, Professor Agassiz mentions the overland jouruey that he made in Chilli, from Conception northward to Santiago,'the route travelled lying,between the Andes aud the high hills of the Pacific Coast. "There is," he says,broad val^ ley between $ho,ABJ4e8\nnd the const rauge, the valley of Chilian extending from the Golf of An end lot Port;Mountt to. Santiago and farther north. valley is a continuation, upon Aomewhat higher level, of th� chtvnnels which, from the Straits of Magellan to Chiloe, sepat'ate thci^lauds from the mainlaud, with tho sole interruption of Tres Montes, which gives the clue to the whole, �* we have here iu miniature a valley between the'Andes olid the coast range. Now this great valley, extending for mure than twenty-five decrees of latitude (1,300 miles) is a continuous glacier bottom, showing plainly for its whole length that the great southern ice sheet has been moving noithwaids in it. I could find nowhere any indication that glaciers descending from the Andes had crossed this valley aud reached the shores of the Pacific. fhiittwi MMftfci kiiti at The flavnnnnh News embalms   Trtao*r.i�or.Y Wirs Moaoaa-l*r in print the name of a festive ' PUnt IKijs Trial- At aw csrly how* thi�| "'^Ac.,i,.   .�    ^ . youth who found a ltolnan candle; u.on.i,K a* dflniiu.tl Uiatrloi tjonrt MH.�t ^r,T�,'3o�k'Y^ in the hoilse, and chalking it per- mom wm thmttftmt with a orowa of 'p>'r-1 pnxe �W. *IWr* B� liiin, nml nnir By tm Wontnn vtint 1 nil she fell over two" chairs without s riously hurting herselfi The author of the mischief now sits down with a crutch. ttt his late speech at Allen town, Pa.� Mr. Greeley said s P-ess aud not by Presidents, aud shonld myself appro�s� aad atgu a,bill which has a fair majority in Oongress, although iii 'iriy judgment it was not iu accordance with the public policy, with the wisest policy." Mr. Greeley is not a "Jackson man" in this respect. I b.nitl the woiitfhi gwaniiity hH�J aS^ him beat hrf      .       ^ ,. his 1 ....." bit is �ifo to tho pontl, uiilt irilit iWtf WhJk n was taftoHr 1 saw Irtai MtrnK fear, !� *rl�Otlrio*u�u * Mihl Vn� at SMnt SUtohtll vnlni nu�j anil If lb* Some of the Opposition papers of France, fearful of direct attacks upon President Thiers, compromise by ridiculing aud denouncing the diplomatic agents appointed by hitdi, This course greatly irritates aud auuoys M. Thiers, and ccrtntn Bonapartist papers are to be proceeded agaiust with severity. - Slntje the war the Paris press have diminished the, prices paid to their writers, Tlie Uaulois, Rays that the Revue dea Deux Sloudes pay^s coutiibutors oidy li*\�, >yhat it used to. George, Sand's, last novel brought her only 0,000 francs,, while she received once 10,000 francs for each new book before 1&70. TItfc ttllSONKR. { At twunty uiiuiUfle' ufter ten o'cloek J .the prisoner, TliontM Qn\\og\y,  wim' bvau^ht ittt  court by SlioilffOweua, and J placeil in n cbalrlMfeiflfl bis cwitiisul, fJnl Sydney T. Fontaine. 'Ho was nuatlyelad ' . -a, ��>   �*      h,�    , "I believe iu lcgislatrotftn Con- "�'��>      u , nltd Midor Collier, pnisi-ontinut �fe*�tln'�f W tatitsAisgt SstrTtiy te>yttii* uttonuj of the court,' rcn.l the llldlct- ��.fc,,'f. i^t, ment, c6arjtlnK hnu with tbe mtthter of�', J,,,.H. Kitlli-y imi]. Mr8.*Vaiiktb*a M Mary a(illo�ly, on tbo niglit of fluutlay, |�tight with Mrs. Crall�K>y ami bit hei. I �l�ly|nk6f|.MW''*,| Th.-�tat.i>�iMlpm: ..<-�tstt__________ Afary Jp^stWaWB^ jiatM'Wa Buitt with Mrs. U;iII kU atin.cut blir Ua the lieiiil with �, board. % lk#Wt September .�Mi 167St> inflicting trdnrlra1 �'\er aaw lift Olltaate.sMln'.lilt.'Vif/, np..u .her �t that Umo. w.l.b.a htsw.ut' ^        ,unr,,,,f ... . .    . ,i ,, 1 wna nut therui woop,ted;! O'Hn Mciiutil, accepted; Chus. Vitli^r, atjcejitud; I). C. .Stone, acceptwl; H. Si-ars, excused; \Vrtkei'ei>, ncccptcd ; S.'T). tfliiiiiiii1,' at onptod; Will, ltitrt-kinit, ttcceptetf, C'lnfii. Collett, accepted. ' THK fANKf. rUl-b ED. After fifteen names from the: Vjnnira bad been called, tbo tninol Was Completed, leaving the Jury as follows -r�3ftUiUe ne�r{*dr' ti�,r,ow at Onllnfe JVBubdWy hl�nfTari� Ti\X bad bueula      E'sotfid kaVli ibaard it., Jlfrs, Mag Si'Mth, anllbglyiadd liia. JteltoF,h�d �JI d�v.lug whlcb Mw; aalfouly Was t. str,h:t* with a nmi. \  00 25 00 1,818 '�> 1.115 00 '7S0 00 b3 :ct 83 :vi N B Yurd.......... �'.........Merchant L Fnlkentbal................ Saddler . AM Hobby................Merchant, Uiudfufd Hancock..____. ....Clerk C M Mason____..............Merchant i 1 J MO Mi'imrd...............Ork Chas Vidor..�...............Merchant, 1) V Stone...................Merchant Augustus Wakelee...........Merchant 8 D Bimrmv ____............Clerk Win Hawkins...............Clerk Charles Cultett............., Clerk The Jury were then sworn by tint clerk and coint took a rr�'ss for rlvo minnfes. thk KVIDKNUK. As soon us the period uDoted for the rn-, cess expired, court tvus again opened dud' the indictment read to the jury. The witnesses were then called, sworn and placed uude;' the rule. Doctor Clark t'nui^fcefl sworn.-Am ,n physician tmil have charge of tbe city hospital. A woman uatued Mitl-y (Jal-loghy was brought ttt the hospital on Muiiiluy inoniiiig, Soptcthber 2.1, about half past two n'oktck. On examination, I found the woman very cold aud brniaeil about tho hips, arms, shoulders and head, and was badly beaten nit over. I' sup piised tho woman to have been beaten with a stick. She lingered until the mol'iiiug of the 84tlit i�boilt are o'clock. 1 think her iloaih wits untisMd from the injuries she hai'received. The n'oumti wasrotioiial wbem she was brought to iho hospital, and expressed a wuh to die. I fold her that she was In danger ot'dylug and slut was of the stuns D.iia^ ion. Sue told me, her huabatid h'ui best en her, nud told imi she lived near tlti depot. Her two children were brought-to the hospital with her. A fiw mill-utea before her denth when her nihid was wandering, she veiled lor tier husband. Mr$. Mar$ JTtHryst^ru-I�rti ncqiinhit ud with Tbouiasumi Mary liulhigby. 1 resided, close to them. On the night of tho irtil ot September, about six o'clock, I left home, and when I returned one ol the obildreu told mo that OtlilKgh' wns besting bis wife. I then hoard him beating her, and she said, "Ob, oil I Tom, don't kill me." 1 then got one of the neighbors nud wt'Nt over and found the house closed and tiallogly still beutinc ' r. He nnlered her to light the caudle, ii'id alienr|iUi!d, "I am not utile." He then said, "(let up, Q-aI d-ii you, aud get my supper; 1 have hud neither breakfast or dinner." lie then continued U> beat br and wo . rejnaiued. Hu then cume out and ordered us to leave. Ho Anally ft. Ufton a^lnlliW,. wuff fearful,>)' commlHlng: Wirprii snw � slioulil luhlress the great |Hirsouttt�,4ifl4, was told thiit.ou gMug befuro rne nnch-�b,sbe�nstsay,n^groe^;/Jlh4s^rMfc Acv'utWngly awAy w�"t tfto�rl,: gMnii , being iutrudiici'iU after a'very Tow m>ar� t , she, said, "for whatf aiiijgoUig td rue: vu. ftiR Lord mak* mC tror*1 tfnihV nil." T�. .wbi�h t�o tmcncik}�Wfo�wV "Amnii'.'' ' VKItT Arrt adbt'siy*,,aiitl,wMl W*j?k tjt y'V1 �a long As fnn liVft." 1 P0i.ith;Ai.-Second Wari BcysftftcaJHs.- A uumbcr of Republicans living In the Second-Ward--met at IsWhtn last evening for the ^ilrposo c)f organising a Second Ward Orant and Wilson Club, linn. Daniel F. Morton writi tllude tempo rury chiiiriiian mid II. ll.| Link Secretary of the meeting. On nlotion, the tllalruian appointed a committee of five, viz: Horace Ruby, O O. 3aiiiisi)tt, Alexander t)ouuy, Jumcs Scuudlu iind Thomas C. Riddle, on per mttneni orgauixation, who retired and iu rt few momenta returned with the follow ing state: \ Cicsident- 1). V. Morton. Vice President-Henry Shaw. S��eretary- Ii. H. Carpenter.  , 'i'leasiiier-U. (J. Jamison. After; cim-.iiletablc disuiMsiori as to where the Chili Would meet this evening !for tho purpose of electing ilclegtttes t4 the County and District Couvtutimis, ie exchange of postal orders, I they decided t.� i�ath. r i��eiher at Mo ff,t...s into operation today. I lUu Hall.   1'he uicetitit; then adjourned went over and'iold him to stop, Me them in clear out; that bo'did th-T told not wint any "speeulatet* around hi* honso," and shut it lltt,,.! .tlutU'^aul. nwdy: "tii a stiort'tTmelre heard n tiohW and one of the children told we site had seen Mrs. Gullogly naked. I weilt down and fonnd it was so, nnd my two nieb took him into cnsU*!y. tVben wo were mi the nay td ilic statiou-hunse be begged to lie hit g�- 1 heard Oallbgly boating hbi Uile; I did uot see ^iihii. When we got to tho pond be whs standing usiir Iter with � Irntfe hi Ms banJI. Harriet Jahtim (MtfM) Strom -\ knew Mrs. lldllogly during her lifetime. On Sunday 1 Was calleil td Qallogly's bouse and saw bint bonHiig lier. I tut at Mrs. Kclley's suit waited, and Pn illy unit t  the house and pdt riiy heail through the wind  u-hed the h Ind w down ill my face; He then cam.' out ami ordel'i'il us to leuvo. For a while nil w  -n.il!: but liiliilly t heard groans at.d Ilealil Oallugly eiilsitlg Ilia wife, nritl ilrugiciug tier to the pond. 1 then lieiinl several iJckH nml Nli�"�.:reatm'il awfully." When we uul to the poiul wo found Mih Uullo^ly naked willi btootl oo/iug fiotu ( .itrdhud tbe nud mice aytwunn* nr lloVirs hud flirty ndu.� uUta. Duf then abe'Sald she wrrttiT \n a ny nvo n g1 Jior itroiiud the nud mil illit- ' Time-fmjr IjoVirs fin tthen she 'be old to�l Wit lose* Vta 'mpoo't wVtb.ftbi 'gmiii' lieu eaittn euimtnu.v WttB.miihiHt: n�nl i:� wh pn) liijthe Wllaohief. "' A ii|�n nhi ~ * IiAvb A keeper suiigc tn�r�sarthiMii . torted that be eainnMneed this jv>e,ban-dri;d yeatt a great dual strtiit at I. m he did.tWlastl~i " A era'.y in a lm%i g  j JtMaishlp .Wssplilnoi W^,^rs^H>*sJi,*ltl TI S. mail', tn'ds* and vi Yoiritr. ,.   . iff i.     .,     'ei.�a��ni. **.    �'.,    . ., 4i�ait^> Ji>��,t*ins. WiiKon, Br^nr, ' V 6 mini, wds� and Ba>ssD(trt^ by Okas.. ...fenlsr. i. '--j- : i , ' ii 'si'J List of t�s�als tii JFa^  ;; John MimIl jiinisar^ Casrltstsn. w. K,t,., i.'ICII') 'i 7 WiU . . -^lirlsy tjo........ �     "--------      .4..:.....t*�nv>t* , U*sJtb,�w *eoj,. OUsa fctat s.. Xartiinau.       ,1 ��� �,>.-    , ' efistklus}-.0 R.8i�y,tr..-..........��.�... �� tlasj-Slae. Martin. l�rt T�lb .........v......-"�'-�--t-�'� tt* tsifor; Moanlfort. <|'.j..w.~i'' limn K�lo, FwUy, Niw �'�'* in .^Mastor. ..............�"('�>"�, UssH, Tosbsr, Ih-stoii; 4**mi*q�L4l   ''� Matter...... ..J......................,.,...,.. - v.,ii aeMoitHsait.. Kale Wenlworib. Masti, Sew Yord. clar>'i-C W iltulcy ace. dii- -4,, i'uo Il.irt   

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