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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Republican — 1 June 1868

y. Z7x •uiST $|t (Salutstira filian. GALVESTON, JUNE 1, 1868. Arrirula nud Departa rea *r Traína, Galventoa, Houston & Uerderton Railroad—Arrive* 7PM; depart 0 AM, from the Central Wharf and connect with the Houston and Texas Central Railroad at fttiutton Houston 4 Texas Central Railroad - Arrives at Houston 1PM; departs 3 PM. Texas 4 New Orleans Ratlroal—Arrive* at Houston Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 P M; departs Mondays, Wednes ays and Fridays at 8 A M. Houston Tap « Colorado R.iUroad-Arrives at Houa ton 4PM Tuesdays and Saturda a; departs 8AM Mondays and Fridays Hteniuboat Drpnrtarek far Houston froai Central Whiirf. TW Slearner St Clair leaves at 10 a in on Snndaysr and 4 p m on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tue stcumer J II Whitaiaw leaves at 4 p in on Mon dtys, Wednes ays and Fridays. The steamer Justico leaves at 10 a m on Sunday*, and 4 p m on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Steamer San Nicholas, Captain Cooper, leaves for Liberty ou Tuesdays and Saturdays at 11 A. M. THE G...

Publication Title: Galveston Republican, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Republican — 1 June 1868

AMMMK* .• "THE GALVESTON REPUBLICAN The Oitnt Oitriob of Xtdtiuur. In the year 1850 two enormous eggs, Hound in the bed of a «tream in Mada< cascar, were aent to Pari , acorapan>ed >by a small portion of a skeleton, and on * '% careful examination'by the naturalists >of the Garden of Plants, it was ascer- tained that the remains belonged to a species of the ostrich family, of vastly greater size, however, than any known to e*ist. The largest of these eggs measured about thirteen and a half in- ches by nine, and was* estimated to be •aqual in capacity to six eggs of the Afri- can ostrich, twelve of the American, • and to twelve dozen of those of the com- mon hen. A cast of this egg is, we be- ¡.eve, in the magnificient museum oí our Academy of Natural Sciences. The i'iird itself was supposed to have been nearly fourteen feet high. Another '.nearly perfect egg of this birtf named ' ruyz/rinis maximus by the Taris naturilist, vyas sent recently to London, where it ) old for...

Publication Title: Galveston Republican, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Republican — 1 June 1868

: • '4- ■ T' * *■ «wa®j ; aw lJ OFFICIAL. 1 laten ! Bereave In *1m aim t T«m, Unitbd 8tatbs Intkrnal Rrvbnck, ) Office of Special Revenue Agent, > y State of Texas, ) ► Galveston, Jan. 1st, 1868. fo all Collectors, Assessors and other Inter- od Revenue Offioers, and to all whom it may concern in the State of Texas: Iu view of the immense territorial area if the State of Texas, I find myself compel- led to adopt this mode of announcing the aot, previous to my tour of visitation and nspection, that I have entered upon the lischarge of the duties of the office of Spe- cial Revenue Agent for this State. Id obediance to the requirements of my comruieáion, of existing laws, of the regula- tions, and iostructions made in pursuance of thelawe, I would announce that the duties of this office may be said to consist, in a word, in the general supervision and direct- ive control of Internal Revenue affairs and officers in this State. Especially to prevent frauds ou the Internal Revenue laws,...

Publication Title: Galveston Republican, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Republican — 1 June 1868

u. - THE GALVESTON" HEPUBLICAN / I IO *M M hi banner, which is it last u it ought ever to have been, a great national emblem of justice, universal liberty, and equal rigbti. All theae thinga hare been ac- eompllahed under Republican auapieea; and, without indulging in vain self-glo- rifieatlon, it may truly be said that the history of the Republican party is close- ' ly identified with the ablest achieve' ments of this century. But new problems equally great are now before us. We have to secure the results whi'h have already been accom- plished, and to prevent an unfavorable reaction, We have to adapt the institu- tions of this country to the new order of things. The solution of this problem will require a greater enthusiasm, great- er devotion, nnd greater perseverance than the struggles which are behind us. It will require more: it will require that calm statesmanship which consists of a clear comprehension of the objects to be obtained, and ¿t thorough knowl- edge of the means by...

Publication Title: Galveston Republican, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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