Galveston Customs

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Galveston Customs - deitth is come by the to the high alii: at the...
deitth is come by the to the high alii: at the not only .but strain atnios- and another be ultimate and to express, to sorrowing the light* passenger -travel. But digressing from railroad matters, I will mention another passenger on same train--" The Sage of Siockdale tbe HOD. Diva Mciavy. Ban admits he was H o l d . i n raaking- the statenaent Collector Patten, of Galveaton, had charged $1 GO per head'".xport duty bach head of cattle shipped to Havana Allen, Pcole Co. He admits he had never rend the law on this subject, yet thought us his informant IVOR a prominent prominent Republican, he ought'to know of and how to muke ever/ dollar tbat be · made. Dan was hig-hly entertainer on hia trip by one of hid Republican, cred, friends reading Shakspearo alouc while the cars were running. . . It has began to raiti, again for tbe fortieth time tc-day, end the whistle '.

Clipped from The Galveston Daily News10 Sep 1874, ThuPage 1

The Galveston Daily News (Galveston, Texas)10 Sep 1874, ThuPage 1
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