Clipped From The Galveston Daily News
buyinc, Subsequtot- quickly let and closed SSe; v-J-y- May. ruled Rood to $5 10 at aud pacfc- SuOOa with receipts 30Â®6 20. of rangro of red cash Saturday aeaiiist 'un- Ochiltree's district;. Â· ' Â· ' Â· Â· Â· e gro SSangrorcttsly "Wounded--Par- sonal 3VCentien. rSpEciAi, K THE JN"Ews.l 'WAKLDEK, Maroh 81.-- This town was thrown a state of excitement by pistol shots ac a Saturday night. Upon appearing'-* at the place Â·shooting, -wfaich was at '*bie fcwo Brothers saloon. THE H JEWS reporter learned that a negro Denifis.FHnt .had been sbot through the right Â·whfch was thought to' Â· twa fatal at . chat time, hopes aro entertained of his ^eco^ery at this writing. TTpon Inquiring it was learnad that Flint very much Intoxicated and was abusiapr'-a younR man nnmo'i E. Halibertoh who had tafcea the of the.,uÂ«proHS long as could possibly be borne, saymz iie wished to have no trouble with any buc the nsgro continued his insults and abuse. Â·when yotmjr Haliberton drew his pistol and .fined, Â·vrith the result as stated above. Haliberton was pliioed under S10CO bond to appear on .Thursday, April S, for his examining trial .before Justice walker, oC this precinct. T. W. Pelrce, president, and C. O. Gibbs, superintendent of the . Galyijstou, Harrlsburg and Antonio railway, passed through in a -special going east, to-/Iay. They . stopped, taking au observation of our town, and . seemed well pleased with the prospects for Waelder'e future.