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   Galveston Tri-Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - October 18, 1872, Galveston, Texas                                t > 1 I �j m: I. . f � � / i/., !/,�/(, o�. - , . y ' I    ' �'�/.','. )  H:i,,i '.     /�;/  .Ullll   (J.n:   If       ..� I /�i Sl'::<'::ii' l't;.t|..i..........	...... s �M.u., land..........	...... S M is>i.-.-.i|>i)i.........	...... ,s M i.-v.oni 1...........	......15 New Jersey........	...... !) \i'\v York..........	......:S5 Null Ii  'oiv Hampshire.......... 5 >'(.'Vi�lil.................. 3 .A i\aiisns...............'. (5 ' Oregon..............'____ 3 .Minnesota................ ilrou^ht down...... (liand total........ ...'21 . ..LSI .. .20'J This result, i.s within reach without Pennsylvania, Ohio, or Indiana. Suindlors in this country make continual um; of advortisiiif!; to catch I heunwary ; but although ilicy nil) the publics of litrpjts sums o  money, I.Iki.v never kill people. Uift .-i-yiii".ciioi-miiv- of cl.'.ppiui,' a ,,,,.,.1,1, throii^'li tlio inediuin  of led iio',. Im .1 miln 1;' iron on I he <|i:iv criM;; li--sh of a soldier of ihc l.'ui-ted !:UaU.; -,u-i.iy.   SS lien Cieneial cpiack medicines. JJnt a more cli-reel means of counnitting ro,bbery to .        1.11 ii � a 1 \   '� r n ',   b'l t   v\ In*  ,1 * '� :. (� "i ;!i i..i!i   iDpiu.udi, . 1 "1  I ' *   11.1 N 1    mil  I '.I o III I II- � 11 I - 11 ii-   1 lii ir i'.si'i 111. -a Ii if - It had .>�   '' ' I �   .Mil  I o c.llllp. Alt liui^li tin- I ii(li:i lis (iiitiium-i�-i'.-d I iic � liites, and wcic w ell alined, n-n ot I hem at least having W'inelieslei s, and altlinut>h the 0. lilies had only six-shootfi-s, the.-coolness iiud dctermiTiatiou the; latter proof of, ami their jtoocl sliootiuT, *lro-vo back tlio attacking,' imrty, and pursued them. The horses, frightened by the noise of the lire arms, stampeded in the direction of the Indians, who closed upon them and succeeded in running them oil'to the mountains. Jn the riiiiiiiiirr fiffht that ensued, two Indians were wounded, one was killed, and three of their horses were dropped, as well as haversacks Idled with jerked buffalo meat, new blankets, which the writer thinks had been recently iKsiicd nt the reservation at Fort Sill, * tit r k\. i�lh l\ i 1 pi 1 if fen. Hi .  t    .i li irni'f, i 'I'll   t 1:1J ; - � 1' 1 \\ i � d -��carf in ci I 11 -1.1: n-i � nl 1' 1 JudfTc .Stephen I'owers, n prominent lawyer and an old resident 011 the Lower KioOraiide, publishes a letter in the Sentinel addressed to .John L. Ilaynes, Collector of Customs at ltrownsville, in which he states that his testimony before the United States Commission appointsd to investigate the! on the coast between Valparaiso depredations committed by Mexi-1 and' J'aiiaiaii.   The character of 1       ........J ,ii   .1;. ______ 1.......... i.....__________- lUlU-fi t'l lllil I liv lll|'l:'.   ' o\'i'i- the 1 a ,111 n- l"i .1 littecp mill- aie inaiiv smalh-i mounds, nut more than four Icri hi^h and : ueniy or I hirr.\- in diameter. .Many coiijcct uies ha vt - been made, for the last twenty years as to what eoiild have caused so sihguliir a formation, but no one was ever curious enough till witli-ia the last few days to make any examination of the interior of these mounds. A few days ay,o one of the engineers of the North. Pacific; Uiiilroad opened 0110 of them and found remains of pottery, and a more thorough exam. inntion of others revealed other curious relics, evidently the work of human hands ; in fact, in every mound that has been opened there is some curious relic of a long-forgotten race discovered. The theory now is that this prairie was the cemetery of the people who inhabited the country in ante-historic times.. Specimens of the pottery have been sent to Professor Agassis!, and it is oxpected that he will make a visit to the place and make a thorough examination personally. I). J. Williamson, United States Consul at Callao, states that the small-pox prevails in epidemic form at many ot the seaport towns inn il. .f Mi * (-1 -a ta l--v I-1 ! r. 1  !i I ..m if, - I! vi- |.h Ml . IV   It u   . *f,   fv.M|�     '   *j 1   M� . ^   n    ^ u iflM .' - **f�r ifisiD a'fi . �t %;)  I     \ !. 1     �i        �.i , tl>.      i . M ' II   *. .1 i l I US   I\s|  K I M 08T-IT4L .-�I l.fl.l Ttl V. l! ��I f liar ;. r 'ilium i.\pi ihtiou in,Hi"1 -t.nnl nt' nuns ami nl .111 llli i \. is n;wlv. 'I'll,. � ii' uilli 11 L'lilui- |).1[ic|-.rt'iii(!ii uro 011 iv Htrike fin- (uiu- lUiUiu-h per di>y, ilci'iingiiiK bn.siiioss mi tins Icvuo. A siuiad ot tho (ttiikuiH, whilo iittcin|it-'in;; to bonril aomo kavut-a t� ituluoo. tho luCurei-H to join tlio strikers, M-ero ilrod at liy J. \V. llaruoH, contractor, iu climxu of tiio biir^i'gi Tin'ionpon one of tbo tonjx.fImnmitai struck (.iiriion on tlio bead with n .stone, killiun him. cans 011 tlie froiiteir, has been garbled by Mr. I lay lies, who seems to control the columns of the Kaiiehoro, * Kndicld paper published in lirHvusville. Air. 11 ay lies is charged with obtaining the testimony of 'Judge rowers by illicit means; with publishing and using the same ,       ,    ,,       , 1 in   1 among tho Me.vieatl element to . and murder through the aid or the i.:rt ,i,tH,,Mit .,,,,1 n,nt i.. n>;. ... lious.on represeuled Texas iu the] |m.ss ,liIS b,,;I, (,evel�H.ed in A..H-' ' '   ' United Slates Senate lio made -i 1 frill in- � powerful and apparently success-j Tu, ,,.,, )I:MIM.�1 Xiohols and I'ul ellorl to put a slop to Hogging, Lester, lifter pursuing criminal and branding sailors mid soldiers,' lives for several years with vary-bul, i, seems that the law has been 1 '�� Hii.wxivl.it npon the idea of .. ,  ,        .    ., 1 using the advertising Columns ot disreivanled ,;>  to  the  p.Tt,.,... newspopers to asMtst then, in time. present, M|( I their designs.   Nichols began the A traveler by a tale !! ulf steamer says he saw a young man leaning over the. railing ol' the upper deck, and with considerable violence giving to I he winds and the sea tin c.ml-j.i ; of hi--      inaeh. 1 :;l I lii. jlil.i I lil-e on.' "!'( lie boat olli- ci,;N, naiiv.-g lu-i-;U!\ by, asked, in a pi 11,1 .mi/'. 11 :-\ ,,,,.;mi'i', ".sick, sir " Vo'i don'; : 111 ijio-i' I'm doing tiii.i liir fu'.'� i!i \ oil ."' said business by advertising in the Sydney journals for a companion to ii lady in the country. Numerous applicants presented themselves, but only those were selected \\\\:> were well provided with  luggage. These, were engaged and seal, one after another into the im.-di, whcrn they were robbed of all 1 hey had. \V hilt; serving a I "'-it' iii I'li-ioii lor (hese robbci'ies Nii'ho!--. became acquainted with l."-!er, who '.vas serving a term for l.ii';;'cry, and when the t wo gard Col. llaynes has assumed an att t'ide of hostility to the United States Government of which ho is now an employe. Mr. I lay ties is also charged with the disease, he says, is more preni cioiis than ordinary small-pox and much more destructive of life. The Letter continues: In one hospital at Santiago, Chili, out of fifty eight patients entered in one week Ofty-six died, PENNSYLVANIA. WlLKKSKAllKK) Octobtr 17. Internal Kt.-vonuo Collector Hiiyt, L. ]"). Sliocmiikcr, candiilato for Cwkww, ox-Mayor Morris, of Scrmitoii, �li(l Kcv omio, Assusser (JaintM, of Pittstnn, li�vc boi.'u mii.HteiJ on tbe climgu of l^ilUng votoi'u ut tlio rooont election. HOITH CAItOI.lNA. Coi.f.MKiA, October 17. Tbr Kcjiablican State ticki-C is elected. Haiiier. Klliott nnd Rooney (coloreil), Ko-pnbliciins, nml V. Perry, lieiiiocrat, nro etecteil t.ofJoiijrroiM. Tlio Doinnurata liuvo t-lecti'il several Jtupriuioiitiitivcu to tlic Logiiilatmo. Voi.rliecu ou        Orient. WASittNcmoc, October 17, A lotter frmii Hon. IJauiel VoovhceH, iliitid Tone Haute, Indiana, ustiibon bis liel'eut to ap.-itliy, and says it* wan simply tlio stay at bonio vnto of liis party tliat luat liim and liiut tho ctmso uvurywlmru. Nobinly thought tliuro was f� poimibility of Ilia defeat, and over conlidence led a and there are eight or ten such u'^'ii numy to stay away from the imtls; hospitals in that city you can con- n*"** K��iclto ^?mn f]>c, l!Vw P^ctioe, �� u , ,i nii mid e ohi.'s by snyinj;: "Mf. Groeloy him eei\ e ot its destructiveuess.   The ,,,,.-,.,,.vn^ ralwidliimwlf in thU canv.vs. disease is luukiny its way steadily to Cailao. Wo have ninny cases not of epidemic form in the hospitals. The entire negligeuco which prevails among the authorities iu all Spanish - American arraying himself in the, interests 1 towns in sanitary affairs gives of the thieves and roubers who | this disease and yellow fever a have devastated the frontier, and gieater field to spread over than .......:____.   n...... �   . i.....-l  _ . ........:...........1,1   i_____*j? ii. - against the objects and purpose's of the (roveriihieiif, which is eii-deavoring to remedy the evMs. Judge Cowers contends that at least one hundred Mexicans of both sides of the river have te&tl-tied as he did-that is, that, a pt>r-liou of tlie Texas territory hail been devastated by "Alexicann from Alexico." The Judge ends bis letter by charging Collector llaynes with attempting, without proper cause they otherwise would have if tlie necessary precautions were taken. a thou�ancl fold iu tho oatiuwtiou of all good men." lri�h lleuevoleut AnMOclnllOB. FiiiLAnKM'iUA, October 17. At tboIrish Cftthulio BenevolontUninn Convuiitiuu, Mr. Gleniion, of Virginia. olTni'od a resoltition looking to noiiio plan for tlie protection of Catholic emigrant* upon their arrival in thin eonntry. Mr. Medicrat't, of Pliilailolphia, moved a vote of tlianUs to President Grant fdr tbe interest taken iu behalf of emigrants. --------....�,�.....     . |   Tlio l'lesident. miid that, in tbe midst If 0110 WOllld acquaint himself of the heated   political  cainpai�n, lio with the laws of life and health, thp|1K''t such a motion ..�?iti not to bo ,i ,      . ^ ,->.*   i      ollercd and could not bo cutortaincu. and live, ja accordance With hy-1 genie; principles, he'may escape most of the diseases and intirmi ties with which the race is afflicted. Even epidemics, such as cholera, National lloari) nf Tiuite. ihe poor Jellow, indignantly, as,'w'cre discharged they coiadudcd soon  as  he  could   recover lii.s,!|." '"Icrests and try bl-e.llh. [ fii'ir fiirfiiue (ogether. Uy adver-ti in.'; iiiiy got hold of a, young The yield of ..'...h! iu ( ':lii'oi nia IS slow I a mi :;! :n! �' \ i a'creasili;.''. Win i" le : I ,|-'!'.v :.'li'! liii.'i'Mg en gi lice IS tin ! : . .'� pi. c:i in I lie silver liilne � ol' 1 I all. N -'. ada, and Colorado. ('  I', il ii in doe,-; not !! n ci l iu-i' '. � ih I or - 11 we. The slii laee of In r iireid pi, ins and fel'I ile xtr'.e;. s i'.:-',\a ni.itv v ealih than W e', ei ! ii n f( lit lie bowels of her i;111:!.,;.ii:i,s. I'!,. far Western Stales ,-ind^lYrritorics cannot depend for permanent prosperify on ininiii.;' iiidnsl H"-�� 1 em pi a: i: .a uiay J1'- sonic nioiie\-   took man who had him dev. a the river I'arainatla and murdered him. A lew days nflerwiiid ihey captured and murdered another victim, and might lave proe.....led with their work :iu!-!hi:l":y if I heir last crime had 11 I liei n d;S','o\-ered. The I'ae',.-i'i bot Ii of 1 hese eases were broughl oiu on liie trial of the culprits, who wen- convicted and promptly hanged. New Youk, October 17. Tlic Hoard consideied a resolution of , Hie Itntr'alo Hoard of Trade, to the effect Vellow fever, Slliall-pox, often do, thai if any proposition is entertained by 'not touch a perfectly healthy or- ,lu! N'"'""!l115u:l,a looking to national L'uin/atkm    onlv   those  uredis. nPl"'<'|a 'ations m aid ot any worU.s *itb-, l�'nu/''ulLm i    O1)0    V pi0(116,-| in thL. nillit3l,f ,,y partieiilar ntale, it to iiiin.'i. hi m in -i'in-inner tlie ! P,ist'<1 to di�t�i�es become easy j Hi,()llUi ai*t be shown that such .statu was to   1IIJ1IK   Jlllll   111  .1  111.11111(1   t"V,.,|lljms  ->k ni' no: Tun, A^.u.l. r�.|...ri .il.n ..I ".'> I'. id" . ..| .. t in � !":� lemr.-, ur il i).�.    Irii-|nilii   Fin-. A'l.lrr-- .1. w. liOoOSHKI-.'I), iN'uw Vi.rk. C!iii;:i^n, Cineiiinrtli, Hi. I.'.ui-i i.r .Vciv Orli'iiii-. h'pzilliM AGENTS  WANTED. *j\,|"AR! , liut take one people will atup Jon in th� s>itcit.-to �uu4iRrilw for. 'There in a time to lnogh," ami all wlio read iliin bunk will vecoleurly thnt time has arrived. For lie�t Ak'i-iii�' Unuil� in Ameriea, nddrosn OOODSPEKD'S KM-PIBE BOOK. MAP AND P1CTUKE UOUSK, 41 Nulchei St., New Orleiin*. uiarT Diw.lni AI.IIKRT  I'.M.I... M. Kopi-Kui, .-M'O.  Iil'liui; tiro oo� $10 00� ITi-.i 1. r. St i r*r\atj r>(rcrl�r�. ALBHnT Bai.i, Kiiw. T. A�1ti^, M. Knri'Riii.. I lii i.e, J. II. Hi-Tuiiinaa, J. /. lli-.xm.iiT, Jo�n iiii\i.y-, A. P. Luiffc.n, J. L. Darkauu. OBIre, In MnMlnaer's nnll.llnH, (brcoud rLnon,) Cornor of SCunil nnO Trenunt .-'trootii. MAOlllNEltY, DANX. PBATT'S JMCROVEB W. WAUREN, Agent, OALVESTON, TEXAS. Sogmctits and Gin Bands, furnished nt liuw Rttus.    . J."        jy4dtwAwHm o.ji. l��.      d. w^ntiin.    jositua mili.kk. O. B.X.EB * CO., lltOX AND BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM T'iY-(HNKS. SAW MILLS, BOILl-'RS, MILL AND OIN QEARINCI, SHAFTING, HIiLLKVS, BRASS �nd IRON l'UHPS, Ac,., 4e. , Pnrtlcnlnr MtenUon kItcii fa Orrinrs for Iron r.-ouln null C'aHlinKa lor bnllj..> 1111 in.' in i'ai.-� t r ii.ni 111 . � i s �:. . i: - . i, 11 i 11 1'i.r l lie purpose i to  a  kiliii of ;io as well .is i r;, u.'i \. 11i � \\    ' 11 111111'. i �. Wllil .t ho.'. . ll.U III );u-> a � sliliiu ] Paris. e li.t.-. iieen made t tiispe.'l ors ;it ides, .ipp.trcnl ly | - il l iu.'.',- ;l s:op iiiei a i ion v. h ii'li �led hi  Mnuiaiui ! .11 Me'.- Is 1 11-a ..�e.l in I'at i.-, ill ;. 1 i 111. a'.iil in; 1 -: ;:);.; Is, 11!  -rs. and a-', ,-d , ii ill le s.jllau' .: : - ... i: t (i I he s'.r. Ii.lrk        1111   \,i prove tlutt he hud received it from a man named ltreu-uer some nine nionlhs iigo, and had sold il shortly after to a man w lioiu lie believed to be now residing in i'iilei'ikOii. Since Tru.v-:ior left the lioat liotliiui;- direct lri  their agents in the f-nited States to purchase that raised iu Virginia to supply the phice. of the supplies heretofore obtained from Italy. The analysis is mn.-li uoltoii sold in one day, eome tiineM, an there is in tho country. Tiio majority report wnft. carried. A ('oiniuuuUt Surrender* V'olnntarlly of the two varieties is given, show- � the managers of ing the dillereii'-e of the 'tannin | Hood, sou of Tom The Sa viige club of London gave Mark Twain a brilliant reception. A private letter giving mi account of it says: "About forty were present, including some of the most   brilliant   literary   lights. Toolo, tho comedian, presided, .. with Twain and iin M. P. (a bar-!� rister) on the right.   Man; was, guest of Mr. I.ee, editor and pi'O-i urietor of/>�(. finrf Water.  Near Ki. Paso, October 13. by sat Watts Plimips, the draim, I ..A r^-of IcSb^f tisf, Andrew llallnlay, and oueot Drtiry  I.ane ; Bi'.rssEi.s, October 17. A man, who pat ticipated in tlio Communist revolt, in Paris, has unrrendored liiiniiolf to tho police, and made a deelar-utioii that bo was tin accomplice of Troppiuatin, who murdered an entire family near Paris. An examination bowed tlio man to be of sound mind. l'aciflc Knllroad Purvey. U. Ax 0I.O3B, BRO. & CO., GALVESTON STEAM ENGINE WORKS BUck 18, -BETWEEN I8th AND 19th STREETS. jyj-ANUFACTUKK and keep on h�ai GNQIRBS Attt) BOILBB1 roBM 10 to 100-horbb row>�i IRON AND BRASS CASTINU8, SHAFTING AND MILL HEARING , SAW, GRIST, SUGAR AND SORGHO MILLS, ETC., ETC., ETC. Especial Attention givon to contractu or Flouring Mills, complete. Repairing of nil kitl'Ii1 Of Machinery promptly done at Rha- 30nabk RatCH. OKDBBS SOLICITED, Anil pcVsonal attention puiJ to them. iniiMDAWIv CROCKEKY! crockery!     crockert lvti.k cra -p0rd. w. f. svtuh principle in eneh. as tblhiw* :       | tho  artist Fi:;,".',,' .s'tetVi/.    Viri'him. \ 'breatriea! Hood; Barns, Tannin........"'.). i>">       oti.OO 8and....-...... l.ut) 80 Vegetable fibre. Tt.^o        0P.50 iVitiiKi.' in Yir it tin's career. 'J,    '" .l'"" ';:'�' "I"1' �l'"i'l�, iinlniii.ciil.i] in Mil,, ,, i; 'I IMI-: �iv     M Till ll'llill. I that fit;. It) |);\in hope ol a r.iiil nml. .'iinl !'' 'I ' 'ii' e V H 11 ei' !;,  i ni;, t '.'IH;';il ( ' ..n|i;.'.�'y i". In ^rant   I heir w: dies  !e, or sections nl' roots heiut; plueed j musical at the iiilersectiou ol' the sipiai'ejth lines. The cultivation is simply to keep down weeds. The roots should be planted iu the fall, and when the leaves are mat me, say in Angus'.the planlsare cut, and the leaves in'.er beini; dried in the air .  , ,,     ,.       \- i  i 111ni:iii' care they do not gvl wet) \  letter  .,,.,,  \ok-.h;,.,,:, sa.vs! � ,    , ^   ^ ,s, tho ,,;,,   ,�,',, iMimifilii,   en route to,   .   . U|U ^{    v.lhlal>.u evv  lliivell there had then  been -  - J I In lli.it t! tiiie, and i'ul I 1 i.'ii.il, M...-.I t, Whie'i  | ol i!:e ! i'l: let VI cen I h il.'.i: Ile Oil ' l I' il' !iimi ';Iil t iiii'ty-seven ('hiucsi,'. t liir-li line ut whom were buys raue;-iii'i iu a;:'e from nine tn twelve >c,ii>. and vvlui conic to tliiscnun i rv i-: ider the p:i I rolia^e of t heir ,.;ii, i riiii;elit to lie cvluc.il ctl. TIlCV .:rc :i line lo.d.in^. manly set ol teli "W --, who, after their intended l. ot' I'.'.'l celt ,\ e;'as ill for . m. . jr;i  , sliall have ended, w ill l  I -. a   to   the   'las!  w illi all I Ju- e.i     iell''.' .lie! UllOWle.l-e ^allll'll I '.i, ,  .a iu the WeM.    A huudred 1 .        � ;im- mi.iii to In- seni out i . (  i�, a tii >>e i iltie.',i.-il in a !� ' ,;  v......     la  e."ii| '.ll! v   with .':::,;. nee   !,ii|�,   v, e:-i-   t iin e � . '    .a       � .c   �'.'.n," hi el      a-ai  till'ee ,i i 11 ni, a I' ui l. a-.ii ha v i u;: . . .', i ,'.h>i,'4(u;i IIa-.'-ii -!i i".la i '"    �. ,'-i:''  1 nia-, aiv -.r,! ', '.:.':   Imth." Two lines i s  of steamships will , soon In-runiiiiirr between Jiiighmd > (bride that:an. I.iheria, one ilispalcliinjj two tuc hours should he iron, t a. m.! and the mher thtve vessels month- i to 11 v. m. ou week days ;  1 to i y. m. and ii to !� i>. v.. on Sundays. This is the first fruits of the new i liiptor acts in I'liiM-hiiul. The C - The lenvcoe Indians number ItVHH). and own. in  fee simple. I.OCMi.iiiio ;;,,�> ot' llie best land ' the on tbe continent, ainl havt> in the lianos ,,f llie I'ni e,i Stales (lov. ei'liiiicut. .in  \. 11i. 11  (Ley aic an- Siaa �� nu:iil,\     le i \\ ia.;   ti,,.    inteie.-t.  than I � villi).dim. i, ,!,-. ly. I hey will ciun- tlR, UritisU mails, and will stop at Teneritfe, �yaderia ami other i.!ae,..s. Future -Vmcricnn colonists to Liberia will have lo -o hy 1)1 J'iiHo, Bfirvoyinj; tlie lino of road from Fort Uli.n.i to P'inin village, ou tho Gila river, about 400 miles, MAKKKTrt. LlVERT-'oot.. Ootobor 18. Cotton -ITplsmilu �4'1. Orleans lOjd,' naleit � IS,000 bales; spuonlation und export 14,(K)0. .       � NEW York, October 18, Gold cloned at 113. Cotton-Ordinary ltiirc, Good Ordinarv 18}o, Low Middling lilie, MiddhiiL' L'plaitds li>ic, Middling Urluatis iiOo, Slhldlins Texan 20c; sales for export 1044 bales; to spinners 1U1U baled; sales for future delivery GfiOO bales; 1'utureu for October l'J^e; November 18�(j. New Oltl.kans, October 18 Flour-anpui'tine T> (W^rXXX $7 to $8 75, family .$1) to 10; Com 64 to C5c; Oats ilSo; limit �t 10; Hay j-^O; Pork *1� 2& for mess; Uacon 8J, Vi to Hie; llaino 10c; Lard 9 to 10c, tc.^ Hi to 111c; Molasses new fair 05c, priiiiu ?Uev Cotl'eu 14^ to Win. K15 W AD YE LiTLSmilZ!} TS._ AvmimsTRATan. s sale. IN AO.'UKJANCH with an order of Hit D'e.(iict Ouurt ot UaW-estnn Ueunty, grunt-.;U nt tho Juiici Term. 1S72, I hereby ^'ivo lo ticc Unit I will sell nt pubiio niiery. in frunt of itae Cuurthiiute duor, in (ialveatou Cuualy, un the to'Hl DAY OF NOVEMBER, 10 A. M, Lot- ^fu. a, in Dlujk 148, with a Twn-�toiy Heieo rnr thV' .na'-iio, wliich lire priijierly be. I'.nifiup to tlio liil.alu ol I^KANCiS HAR'f* MAN, P'oceafcJ, an I nro soM for tbe puymeut ,.t iUb:�. R. A. MII.LKK. A'linr. K�t;�'o of Francis Ilartman, Doc'd. uctl" 1)1(1 way of Liverpool. ma.xi her a, ip'.tn s ii! -i r.i,!'.',. -.11. %:      tlic iiiie mi! �  .iroitnd u, eiij. i mot:. i;i. >S is a perfect i'"'ki.i'.',- i;-iii:i rapid tliitu A the No. 20. The Stii'e nf Texiii., ti� nil persons i\it(.-fejtvil in Uiu A Jinn.-tiiili ni of iho EjULte of Lot'IS KLKlNli'JKK, Dceunscd. AlIiillST i\ K Lb't >. ECK K, AdMinia'ru tur n( tho Brftnte of LOUIS KLEt.V--ECK1:'.. I>eeea.-u4, lia> lilcj bi� Filial Account. | putiiinn fur dijichariri', in the Distrii't Cmirt of I (l-ilvu in Cntinly, li'lii'-h will he ;u-U'il nn at the uoxt tonn  f snid eourt, i-iKninom-ing on tho I    L-VST MdXlMY lNXOV'-'MBKK. 1S72, j :it tlio Cm-1 lli.u-c thorei.l', in the city of Hal-t 'oll^'l'Cf.S, 1 vV-slon, ttt wlti.-h time (if! per.iom- intcrestcl in lied t'lfoit  to secure  !-':;t'' l-.'j-dite n>ay m'pear nml malic ulijucfiun tlmri-l". A-rrr.fO: ,f lll^Sny TtF-l't). Clerk ,f the -----.   li-Mtft Ciuirtiif i:.itvtf*iiui C.uniy. I ' �' i. "ii  il'.'l ,r in v iul: 't .1 u I Sc; t    f I   ii I i' .tin, at <-.''is. Sliriil it.ilv >i ii i'-.may. ..-.ttinlw     11/ W. )�' H.rn;i.i Dij-Liy rpiIE CnMi'ANY Ulois Finn and MA JL KINK JtloKS on ,� Liberal 'I'wrms a� any other good and rulinble'ciiuipimy. jiySft if ram uomn INSVHANOC AND TRUST COKPT or TKZAa. OFFICE-No. CI STRAND, GALVESTON. CASH CAl'lTAC, *U0,>,000. TKA.NgACTS A (UiNEltAI. IKislIRANCB ANl> BANKINli 1JV1NIS.S. Atlojia JSTftllbgT upon DKl'i-rilTS by i�I5CJ)tiNTajCOMMERCTAL PArElt. toAKK-S COLLEC1I01SS .m �!1 p,i,,ta without chiirje, exeepl rnrrmK ;;.o Imnye. 1JIIYS AND SjKLLS 1 X HANliri �n HODS TON and. other (lilies' in '.'.V�i,�. nml . n NEW OrtLEANS. NKW YdlvK, PIM1.A* BELPIIIA and EUKoPrl. Effect* INSUKANCK, FtKBni.ilM.-.HIXK, nt lowest rato.i of proniium. non.it -if IJii'cclorn. Artiiiiu T. i.ys.v, H  ii. M C.-ncnl. K. K I.AivTin: :, of J awtlior, lilm k A Civ. Uwi. 'i'. N. Willi, Attnriji.,y at l.iiw. J. \V. Jockos n, of W. I.k-ku..li A Co, J. M. WALian*. i>t' Walthevr 4 Co. V. L. Mo'-pt, of iMooiiy A Jeiiiisiin. Ueii. F. Alfoiu., of Uoo. F. Alfvril A VeoJ. IVm. Ua"M�:h,"oI' W. Knriio. A '.o S. IUii>K.-y trW Leglstaturo of IV:., PtiYc is A gufl 1S78. are noir prepared!o ij!.�e L1VK POLIV'TKS ...of are solicitous of the''jlatroi �je i4* flu- j.ribl'i-. The Directors are wvlrkifrfwn in the rona-' munity for their bnrit.ci1! tu^t and WU'isrii^/ which is a Riiarnn'ec thnt trit< sn'nifs �f lie Cooopnny will ht nnwl ifted oh trsttl-eanil basin,ho thai theinlero^c of those dtllltW it will be well taken caiu if. JAMBS SOULKY, ^ fi8':' James H. Luc**,     Jn'mcs O'Vallon, A. II. Bunknur,      A. il. I'litkon, A. B. Garrison,      A'. M. Waterman,-W. C. Sipple,        S. A. Il.n-b, A'. SIcDowell. en izi-ns of ('olorailo will, .1 Miiii,, se.-siun i l'e-,1 ' I'.s^iuii into the I'nioii ot I; is i-hr.'.ii.-,! thnt niorc i  e^si'.c 'emuocr of in-lt every  l.MtO. ---it. -�b>*- - a-.�---------- ti'.i   i:otc :.i;ti hiii... worth i. .i'1'.'. "1." Hi.D.KI, h.,. Wes:, 'ujuiiii lur .I..p.iti -    there. .1: �j.;:: eil vv il! h. '  1. L.s. TVNKiSB BATHS AT HOUSTON SKVKKAL SUFFERKRS fr* RffEUMA T18M, MERCURIAL Dfc"BASES, etc , �b-  iiip,       of liiuo and traveling expenses. OpoiiliiK of tUC fiirka-I(n- ii!tj." ,-iy.-' : "\VlKrc tlie Bath is? tlio prai-tiec it' the )u-i.i.le mere arc no diseu.-'es "f tin-: nil au r- i.[ ii.M enniiiti.in nre .^uhiliieil; I.'ii(. Kl'eiiiioiii-iii, se-.i:ira or Sii" e i-.inin I i\\ia wlure it i- r lec'-uli. 1 ly and .-ciidlouel' iinel 1 od a - a eurulive uieanr." }  Seoretnry,.................ROBERT S. BWfAtt GENERAL AGENTS:' GEN. JOHN O. WALK Eli and  ROBElttf s: i.km'an. DIKECTOKR: A. SosKoms. T. II. Me>SrSa A. C. McRr'-n,       Lcni! S^ftn. George Flournny,    J'.HJn S. ST'lbrs'. K. L;- Sn-rt.-., John (J. Walker, T. F. Whiio, (of tMfjiv B*>1* A Siins.) AH (policie� ncr-forfeitable nttei Ut* payment uf one Annual Premium. Ldfinof oho-" third of pynairnn. No charge for |M,ti-y f��j or stamps irate' AfrenM. Offiot-Soithwick's Bnndii,
                            

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