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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 3 June 1872

y ;i.,_ ..L i mm *' "" « " I I ^rV.^V-', «.«jj «6Í3ÜÍÍ • I U '•«fit. . . !* i", «*/'! * ■'•>>« ■' MINDFUL OF BIGHT, WE DARE TO BE TRIE, YOL. I. PER ANNUM, GALVESTON: MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1872. SINGLE COPIES 5 OTSJ NO. 10. éúkstrn Atante! O. T. RUBY Editor. Term of Subscription: Oy£ YEAR, |3 Ott-SIX MONTHS, «3 0?. Rate* of Advertising: b. 1 1 Mo. a Mo. alio. «Mo. 1 Yn. Out-Half lutl'j *4 W •is 1 MS OueIn6h Two IneMj 'l'lireu Inch * .1 11 1W 30 id fill 311 OS 13 ilrt 44 70 )'oor Inrhtx IS iff :« IW M KWfi^nobM 181 :fc 411 <m no Mx lachea S«vca ImiihM ül 4 H0 130 i!4 4 Stl M ISO SffifflftE;:::."::: «7 M 47 N to 7* m n« ISO KdfColnn «0 57 77 m sis One Colon 1M 190 use 41 PROSPECTUS OF THE GALVESTON STANDARD. The Galveston Standard, pub- ished semi-weekly iu the City of Gal- veston, is recommended to the people of Texas as el Family Paper. It contains twenty-four columns of Interesting Matter, giving the latest news iVom all parts, Telegraphic. Reports, Market Reports, Commercial new...

Publication Title: Galveston Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 3 June 1872

fSmSé éalhestín Stanhrt. nks W¿: O. T . RUBY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 0— - SO Headlcy BilliUt, Strand. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ¡ One copy $ r. Five copied ti Ten copies 40 Auy larger number, addioswxl to name* of tmlmcriber , $4 00 each. An extra copy will bo «out to every clnb of t«u. Twenty copies to ono itdilrcgH, one year, |70. An extra copy will bo nont to club of twenty. ThrM rate* make the STANDARD the vheaput imblleaNon ¡H tie Stale. TKHMH, cash in odvuucc. Money Kent by uuill will Itc nt tbo risk of the Hender. AuvKitTiMttiKNT inserted on liberal terms. Voluntary Correspondence containing im- portant new*, solicited from all parts of tbe Statu. No notice taken of nuónymous commu- nications. Volume 1 No. 19. Galveston Monday, Jnne 8, 1872. NOTICE. We lutve no Agents cunvussing tbe Ututo for subscribers. Tbe elub system abolishes- the need of sueh. It is safo and cheap. The prico of subscription, whenever practicable, should lie transmitted by Pout Ofat Order . It is tho saf...

Publication Title: Galveston Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 3 June 1872

ft fWfi : v m. ,. I® ':f * í^'ífS? É «i. pvM m ti éalÍjMlíit ^taltal OFFICIAL DIREOTORY. hTATK GOVKhXMKNT. Kdmiuid J. l)avia, Governor. Webster Flanagan, Lieutenant-Governor, .lililíes K. Newcomli, Secretary of State. George W. Honey, Treasurer. Arthur Bledsoe, Comptroller. Jacob Kcuchlcr, Land Comiuissiouer. JL'DQKS OF TIIK BUPIIEMK COL'HT. L. 1>. Kvaus, M. B Walker, W. B. Ogdeu. MKMUK1IH OK COXGIIKSH. M. C. Hamilton, V. 8. Senator. J. W. Flanagan, U. S. Senator. UNITED STATUS CIItCUIT ANO DISTltlCT COURTS. Hon. Jon. P. Bradley, Acódate Jnstico Su- premo Court United States. • Hon. Win. B. Woods, 17. S. Circuit Judge fitli Circuit. Hon. Amoa Morrill, [I. S. District Judge. 1). J. Baldwin. U. S. Attprney. Levi Jones, Clerk U. S. Circuit Court. .Ueorgo C. Rives, Clerk U. S. District Court. William E. Parker, U. S. Marshal. couivr or tiik 18th judicial distort. Hou. A. P. MuConnick, Judge. Charles Olfsoki, District Attorney. Johnson Bued, District Clerk. CHIMINAl. COURT OF OALVF.8T...

Publication Title: Galveston Standard, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 3 June 1872

h LOO AL msBSssssmmsmmem INTELLIGENCE. I i. i lluriue tlie buluucc of Uw HWMMir We shall lmvo but four iUwmií por week, rilo Josephine luis been taken cff tU lili® «ud s>¡ll go North fur répslrs, They liare been alriviug very lute for the post week. We an- lUrutand it i caused by tbe carrying of o inch more freight than usually. Our Publlo tchoo* -- Are very well ulteiided, notwithstanding tie extreme wsroi wentlier. Wo called luct uvcknt the ctlOniil I'ulillc School held at tbe MotliNlist church, oil east «Ido of the city, tuujht hy Mitw l)ora 8. Mayo and Mias Annie 0 Ashe. Wo found the seliolnrs hu*y prepar- Iig for the public examination to be held tbe 1 titer part of this month. Wo noticed a mark- et Improvement in tho Hcliool under tho now inline, both in tho studios and in discipline, wiicli in nearly perfect. Tho average attend- a«!0 at this school is eighty aoholars. 1V0 next turnod our attention to tbe school on tho corner of Avenue L and 88th street, tatfcht hy Mrs. Jen...

Publication Title: Galveston Standard, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 31 October 1872

"\ * m í Hy MINDFUL OF RIGHT, WE «HIRE TO BE TRUE. YOL. I. [$5 PER ANNUM. i GALVESTON: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1872. SINGLE COPIES 5 OTSJ NO. 62. Q.T. RUBY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 0 ncrire f Hendley Building, Strand. OFFICE J Room No. 2, 2d Floor. o ANNUAL SUnSCRIPTlOW PRICE: Ouo copy I Five copies 22 Ten copies ••••••• Any largor number, addmied to uiirnes or subscribers, $4 00 each, . 13 wnO^'j'ts.clutj óí on. Twenty copies to one Address, one year, 470. . ■> An oxtra copy will be sent to olnbs of twenty. Tlienc rate* make the STANDARD the chcapett publication in the State. Tkkms. c8*U in Hilvanen- Money sent by mull will bo at the risk of tho sender. Advertisements inserted on liberal terms. Voluntary Correspondence containing im- portant news, solicited from all parts of tlio State. No notice taken of anonymous commu- nications. Term of Subscription: ONE YKAIt, 15 00—SIX MONTHS, |3 00. Rates of Advertising: hi'ace. One-Hull' Inch Olio Im'.li Two Inches Tilico IiicIioh J'our Iii...

Publication Title: Galveston Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 31 October 1872

■ «ni 1 é (1. T. RUMV-... ......Eilllor. Hundley Huí lililí!,', Strimd. — • •«-—■' ' Volume 1 No. (3 Galveston....Thursday, October 31, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. ron TWWTDHXÍ: ULYSSES S. GltANT. OF ILLINOIS. YOU VlCJM'IUCSlDKNTt IIKXItV WILSON. O If MASSACIirSIVITS. ron coNGiinus at i.Aiioi:, Gen. A. II. Norton. 1 Oír llAl.l.AS. Hoii. ÍiCni'1 l>. Evfms. OF THAVIfl COUNTY. KOn COXllllUrtrt, TlllllU DISTIIICIT, l^oii. A. ,T. Evsiná, ' 01* WACO. FREHiDEJrTtaié ELECTORS. statu at i.aiwb comirrt riAr.i>wt-:r,r„ i x. w er.vv. V. W jiayks. 1.1. J!. liUJtKH. IHnTIIICT Kl.liciOHS, Flrst-A. T. MOS'KOB Tlill'il—ü. 0. (¡IIIOuplo I Si-mnil—F. W, SUN HII. | fourth—J. Jl. HKI.Ii. Itepubllcnii ¡Gxociillvo Coiiimlüoo Third Coiigrvsglonul District. f'lmlminti, Wiu'-o 'I\ H. Fiianhih, fli'rrotnry, Wauo. Tí. \V. HiUOUT, TruaNiiivr, Wueo. < jlío. lawuisntií. ahht. Tiviinnrer, OnlvoHÍoti ■|9Mi 1 Vlnfrlfit—Win. II. Nlnoliiir. (IhU'phIoii. l)inlrir|—I«iluí (}. I'i ll, ltcllvilio. I lt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 31 October 1872

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mucji It Said By our Xewa LocSl about the "at- tempt to mob the colored Democratic ortitor Miller" and the iiiellicioiicy and inattention of the police on the occa- bíou. With its accustomed regard for a goodly margin for the truth in such statements, the New has ovcrreovheil itself in the premises. Inquiring in re- gard to this matter of his Honor, Mayor HominervtUo, to whom Iind beeii de- tailed this and the other "local" of the New , wherein the Chief of Police was involved, as having used language riotous and improperas a peace oilicer: We found that no notice, as is usual 011 the occasion of a Public Square meet- ing, having boon given the Ohiet of Police, that officer did not take from their various beats his small force, but simply detailed an officer whose beat was in the vicinity, at the meeting. That the Sheriff and one of his deputies were present and if there were the riotous demonstrations complained of, that officer would have clearly arrested the g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 31 October 1872

(Üaltaslim ^iairbart. gcnce uud morality. lf the issue of the boor should be tbat of administra- tion merely, tliey are, nevertheless, issue to be met in a certain spirit and witb certain affections. Nothing is more perilous than to Buppose tbat the old issues are settled in such a final manner as is often asserted. We hear of wars beiug settled, ns if they were books tbat had been read and then laid on tbe shelf. So the snake in the fable was a dead issue before it wan revivi- fied by tbe fire; so the Democratic issue, slavery, is dead until it shall be revived by success. After an aliusiou to the pledges of tbe Republican party, and to tbe old Whig party, Mr. Curtis continued—Tlio Democratic party has now done precisely what tbe ruling £ ar- an party did twenty years ago, save it has taken its candidato from the otbci ty, and it can no more be trusted could the party of 1852. But, says Mr. Sumner, " 1 hold the Democrats to their covenant.'' I shall never mention Mr. Sumner's name,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 14 April 1873

I * ft' n ') li 4r •• • «•!<••# fe YOL. II. [85 PER ANNtJM. daltestoit Sitanhrir. Q. T. RUBY. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. O ...... < Hind lay Building, JMrand. OFFIOE J RoomNo.2,2d Floor. annual auiMCHipnoM PRICE: tine copy • • ■••••• •••• •••••••••• •••••••••••$ & Flvfl loploH.*••••« • • • • .*•• .■*•*. •••••* ••• .W Teu copies <1 Any larger number, addressed to Mines or subscribo , $4 00 each. An extra copy will be lent to every dob of en. Twenty coplee to one address, one year, $70. An extra copy will be aent to clubs of twenty. 3hue rale* Male Ike STANDARD tie cheep**! publication In the Slate. Tkrmh, cash in advance. Money aent by mail will be at tbe risk of the sender., AuvritTiHEMFNTS inserted on liberal term*. Voluntary Correspondence containing im- portant news, solicited from all parta of the State. No notice taken of anonywoua comma- nieations. Terms of Subscription: ONE VKA1Í, «3 S0-8IX MONTHS, 13 M. Rates of Advertising: SPACB. 1 Mo. A Mo. 3 MO. SMO. 1 Ta. One-Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 14 April 1873

-K r ! ■ ■ ; | B Íütalbcstíii Sstanhrii. 1W. 6. T. HUBY ■■■■■ Editor. Hendlej Bnl'ld'lng, ÍTr M¿9 Volume 2 No. 109. ttulreston Monday, April 14 1S78. NOTICE. All bunincKH eominiinieatlons should Ito nil- (ll'OHHOd to Tim CAI.VKSTOM STA.NUAItl). Ar- tielot for, or letter* to tho pujier, should ho addniwed to the Kill tor. Our oflioo U in llvndley Building, Doom li, second lloor. The price of unbarription, whenever practica- ble, Hhould bo transmitted by I'oil Offlcc Order . It la tlio safest modo of «ending. Political advertisements uud com- nmnicntions of n personal character addressed to tlie Staxhaud must bis prepaid ia advance. During our absence in Austin, Mr. Geo. Lawrence will conduct the edi- torial department of the standard. The business management will be in charge of Mr. Geo. M, Patten. We liave arranged so that our readers will be fully informed of all matters of interest at the State Capital. The majorities by which Judge Sabin was eleeted are as follows: Galveston coun...

Publication Title: Galveston Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 14 April 1873

IiOOAfc I>Ti?Í}¿¿1 üENCE■ Heavy Shipment. Collector fatua «hipped last Frl- •lay ou the steamship « Whitney," to the AH8¡8twnt Treasurer at JSew Or- leans, $100,(ida gold coin. Tlii amount has beeu collected at titip port during the last few weeks. The Dandelion," Buoy and Lighthouse tender iu this district, wat in port on Friday. The " Dandelion " towed the Lightship from New Orleans, where she has been undergoing extensive repairs, to her old station, where she now Is. The al8. W. M." Of this city celebrated the trst an- niversary of their organization by a procession, lunch, etc. on the afternoon and evening of the 11th. A very en- joyable time, we believe, wiw had. Beef for Cubs The Spanish steamer " Marco Au- relia," cleared for Havana on Saturday with three hundred uud twenty head of euttie onboard. Elegant Entertainment. At Turners' Hall on . Saturday cvfiiiiug a select few were assembled to witness some suoot punching, and an exhibition of skill by Sam. Collyer, the celeb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Standard — 14 April 1873

tóltíBlÜ i Üalksiim Jlfmitotrir. The Sovcn Wonder* of the World. . ^ . #,. ,'V-1 ¡, , Although every school boy and girl in tlio land linve read of the "seven wonders of the world," and every per son of any intelligence lias either read or heard of theiu, the New York atar thinks that ninety-nine persons out of a hundred who might be asked the question could uot name them. They arc the pyramids, the mystery of the past, the enigma of the pvesont, and the enduring for the future ages of (his world. The temple, the walls and hanging gardens of Babylon, the most celebrated city of Assyria, and the resi- dence of the kings of the country after tiie destruction of Ninevnh. The Chrys elephantine statue of Jupiter Olympus, the most renowned work of Phidoas, the illustrious artist of Oreeco. The statue was formed of gold, nnd was sitting on a throne almost touching the summit of the temple, which was seventy feet high. The Temple of l)i ana, at Ephesus, which was 220 years iu building, and ...

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