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tensh o scale next year Thirty acres of his
lied Mud plantation will bo set aside for tha
cultivation of tho toothsome product Es
puela Bulletin
The largest rain btorin and hail that has
ullen for many months struck Graudview
and vicinity last night The farmers say
that cotton is greatly damaged and a large
per cent of the open cotton was beat into
the wound by tho hail
GrAXDvitn Jonvsov Cocvrr Sept 20
Our town exhibited itself Unlay with
good proportion Business was good in all
lines About 275 bales of cotton crowded
tho streets until there was hardly standing
room The bu ers took in 217 bales w Inch
i he Fir3t national bank of Grapdviuw paid
for and tho remainder was stored for
higher prices Grandview is one of tho
best cotton markets in Johnson county
About 20 per cent of tho cotton crop here
seems to have been picked and about 12 or
IS per cent marketed The principal part
of tho corn crop remains ungathercd as
tho farmers time has been devoted mainly
to saving the cotton
Devi ox Dextov CorxTr Sept 29 The
streets Of the city Ime been crowded to
day with cotton About 400 balo3 have
been biought in today
Most of it mur
IIexkiftta Cut County Sept 2S
This sectiou was visited by a lino rain to
day and the indications are good for more
Tiitrnix Kacfmix Coumt Sept 20
This has been a cotton day in Terrell
There have heen nearly sis hundred bales
local cotton sold on the streets For
a while during tho middle of the day Moore
avenue was packed with wagons for four
Hotks so as to make it lmpoboibla to pass
The cotton camo from surrounding counties
as wall as diflercnt parts of this county
Cotton weighers have had to call in rein
forcements About forty bales of damaged
cotton were sold at auction and brought
H Ci cents The town is full of insurance
ndiustcrs fixing up tho losses in the recent
cotton lire
DuQiiFinrD Mokkis Cocvtt Sept
C8 Tho heaviest rain known here since
3S > 2 fell lost night All bottom fields are
under water bndges and fences washed
away and cotton badly knocked out and
The new school hoi = o at Piano is neariug
completion School will be opened about
October 1
Tho new Methodist church at Cleburne
was dedicated on the 20th inst
Tho protracted mcctipg at Longview is
increasing in interest So far there have
been four additions to the church
Tho brick work on tho new schoolhouso
at Cameron has been completed The new
house is better than tho one destroyed by
Tho now Baptist church at Reagan is
rapidly approaching completion and will
ba ready for occupancy sometime in Octo
Work is prosressing on tho new school
building at Goldthwaito It will bo a thing
of beauty
A protracted meeting will begin at tho
Methodist church at Pittsburg next Sun
Tho pew church organization at Espuela
aro arranging for a sei ies of entertainments
for the purpose of increasing the building
Work is progressing nicely on tho new
Methodist church at Orange and they will
toon havo a beautiful and commodious
ouildinjj for services
The Llano Gazette says that the mera
aers of the Methodist congregation are
placing tho material on tho ground for the
treotinn nf a now church at Lone Grove
Mr Torn Caperton is building a new
aousi at Hamilton
Tbp contract has been let for a new two
story brick business house on the north
Vest corner of the square at Kaufman
Work is being pushed rapidly on the now
loll in San Diego as tho old Jail Is in very
bad condition
The Bee says a number of new residences
aro going up in Bee villc of a substantial and
neat type of architecture
Mr D D Hall is having two new houses
erected on bis farm near Seymour The
new Glbbs building will soon be completed
and will be a handsome building
Work has commenced on Mr J C Bells
now stone building at Quanah The build
ing will bo 25x80 feet and two stories high
Sax Antonio Sept 28 The taxable
values of Bexar county aro f 2774S915 an
increase over last year of 2185762
Work has been commenced on Col Herm
Spechts 5000 residence at Iowa Park
W J Lister Co aro erecting a sub
stantial addition to their store at Center
Work is progressing on W Iv Copelands
new rock building at Ballinger It will
have a thirtyfoot iron front and will be a
handsome structure when completed
J BCook of Commerce is hating the
material placed on tho ground to extend his
store building thirty feet for a warehouse
Work has been resumed on Mr Brights
brick house at Devine Medina county and
it will soon ba completed
Tho Hondo Herald says W C Frankling
will in n few days coinmeuco the erection
of a residence on his lots in the Heck addi
The contractors have a largo force of men
at work on W U Sells new business house
at Orange and they expect to have the
woi k completed within the next thirty days
G W Tinkle has just finished a 1200
residence on his place ono mile oist of
Bowie It is exiiectod that the Bowie
waterworks company will have an abundant
supply of water by October 1
Tho Journal says work on tho now bank
building at Beaumont will be commenced
at once It is expected that tho building
will be competed by tho 1st of December
Tho Quanan Chief says the City national
bank will soon begin the erection of a two
story pressed brick bank building The
second story of theStiteler Carroll stono
building is being rjpidly pushed to com
pletion Fred Kips has completed a cor
rugated iron building which he will occupy
until spring when ho will erect a stono
Tho new bridge across Flat Fork at Wil
son grossing in Center county has bean
completed Tho bridge is S00 feet long and
above high water mark
Tho new machinery at tho Palestino
waterworks is being placed rapidly in posi
Work on tho artesian well at Besvillo is
still going on but ai the drill is in the hard
ost rock tho procrress is slow
Wilbarger county will have a grand cele
bration and barbecue in honor of the 10th
unniversary of the organization of Wilbar
ger county at Vernon October 10 Mayo
Kelley exGoornor Hoss exGovernor
Lubbock aud Hon J W Bailey will de
liver addresses
Petersburg is the name of a new postoHce
just established in the southeast portion of
this cojnty There is a good settlement
around Petersburg and the people contem
plate buildinc a schoolhouso at an early day
This settlement of some forty families has
mostly been made since June The chil
dren were not enumerated in the scholastic
census but t ey will have school this win
ter Halo County Herald
Soutiimatp Gkatsox Cocxtt Sept
2S Tho Texas and Pacific have located a
telegraph station here Mis Hand and
daughter from Kansas arrived last week
and will spend the winter with Mrs Casey
John A Bahrer tho king of hay men is
still buying and loading as fast as cars aro
furnished Dr McRoe lately from Ten
nessee has located here C P Gregory of
Sherman has bought tho general merchan
dise business of J R McElroy and will
continue to carry on the same J R Mc
Elroy wife apd son aro visiting at their eld
homo in Hammond 111 Alfred Bobrer and
Jake Casey aro attending Austin college at
Silver Valley is tho name of a new post
ofllco established in Coleman county
Sixtyeight bales of wild hog skins nicely
put up were noticed on a lot of drays yes
terday going up to the Aransas Pass depot
Tha skins were shipped here over the
TexasMexican road by Caden Murphy
Co from Laredo and aro en route to Xew
York Corpus Christi Caller
Tho new hotel at Espuela will be thrown
open in a faw days for the reception of
A new postofflee named Laguna has been
established in the Nueces canyon with Jul
ian Dugat as postmaster Uvalde Herald
Several strangers bavo been prospecting
around these parts tho past week with a
view to settling Texas Panhandle
AVedncsday fiftyfive homeseckers passed
through the city to Fort Worth Soma
cifprts should ba made to induce these im
migrants to see the fine lands of Hunt
county before going elsewhere The next
excursion wjU pass on tho 23th or 30th inst
and some desonptivo matter of this county
should be distributed among those who will
come at that time The Cotton Belt is
hauling in tho people Greenville Head
Mr J C Carroll of the Ovjlla country
returned a few days ago from a visit of sev
eral months in Tennessee Ho reports that
1B0 families camo to Texas with him soma
of whom will settle in Ellis county Oth
ers havo scattered all the way from Robert
sou to Grayson county He thinks he could
have induced every one to coma to Ellis
but ho preferred to leave them to their own
judsment Waxahachie Enterprise
The number of prospectors and home
seekers ore on the Increase every incoming
train bringing in new faces and new capi
tal which is seeking investment in the ban
ner wheat county of the state Wichita
Falls Times
Clay coynty is coming to tha front About
thirty families of honest Industrious and
ilawubldiag German Catholics arrived in
the city from tho North this week and vill
locate on the 12t > 00 acres of land recently
bought from Clark Plumb about tenor
fifteen miles south west of Henrietta About
opo hqndrcd and twentyjflve more families
belonging to the same colony are ea route
and wdl land hera tomorrow or Saturday
all of whom will settle on thos lands
Clay County Chieftain
Twentyfive prospectora arrived in Ana
Sr > gMi l4 pUcS
Will eclipse in grandeur of exhibits
rillo this week looking out homes and as
far as we can learn they were all very well
pleased with the country and will probably
locate Amarillo Northwest
Prospeetors are still pouring In looking
for homes in the great wheat belt of North
west Texas Quanah Chief
Henrietta Cut Couktt Tex Sept
2S Some forty or fifty German Catholic
families have come in during the past week
and located on lands bought of Messrs
Clark Plumb about fifteen miles south
west of the city A hundred more families
will bo added to this colony during next
The mill building at Granbury is comr
pletcd and the machinery is being placed
in position
The Hallettsvillo oil mill commenced
work last Monday It took longer than
was expected to get tho new machinery in
running order
Work has begun on tha Wichita Falls
iron works and material for construction is
being placed on the ground This is a big
institution and bids fair to bs a great bene
fit to the city Wichita Falls Times
Garland wants a bank
Memphis Hall county needs a stock
Stephenvllle needs p system of water
Espuela Dickens county needs a good
The Foard County Enterprise comes out
this week in a new dress aud is much im
proved We aro glad to see this sign of its
Sax Axcelo TomGbeexCoustt Septg jjrf Pin
29 The r
recent rains have been pf much
benefit to the race track at the Concho fair
grounds and the promoters of tho associa
tion anticipate having some interesting
racing during the fair to ba hald October 5
to 10 inclusive I
Hexbibtta ClayCoustt Sept 28 The1
first annual fair and races of the Henrietta
driving park and Clay county agricultural
association will begin on Wednesday Sep
tember 30 and continue four dajs closing
October 3 Extensive preparations havi
been made for it The lists are well filled
and everything indicates a big crowd in at
tendance and a howling success All
readers of The Gazette and others are in
Mr G H Bennett and Mrs Clara Jj
Tarltop Hiilsboro September 25
Mr E M Murphy uud Miss Luoy Pay
Hiilsboro September 19
Mr W A Wallwr and Miss Rachel
Bradley Sherman Soptember 23
Mr Green Height and Miss Lee Walker
Shermap Septembcr 23
Mr B D Mosher and Miss Etta Adams
Denison September 23
Mr T T Ridemour and Miss Emma Bee
son Denison September 23
Mr J H Talley and Miss M L Thomp
son Garland September 20
Lieut James Edward Normoyle and Miss
Emma Marguerite Ecker El Paso Septem
ber 23
Mr John D Hedick aad Jliss Eva Allen
Paingeriiold Soptember 19
Air W L Dallas and Miss Katie Russell
Wise eounty September 20
Mr John Dansby and Miss Annie Slaugh
ter Kaufman September 20
Mr William Lassig and Misa Mina Balm
Flatpnia September 19
Mr N B Miller and Miss Nora Baugh
coin Flatonla September 20
Mr B W Gossett and MUw Dora Jacobs
Gainesville September 20
Mr R L Dorris and Miss Kate Midkiff
Sherman September 22
Mr L N Byrd and Miss Eula Sajle
Greenville September 23
Mr A Q Reiehenau and Miss Emilia Ar
helger Fredericksburg September 23
Mr Eugene Durham and Miss Mattie
Garner Palestine September 24
Mr Joseph Hendrjqkson and Miss Susan
Wolfe Denison September 34
Mr Henry P Bower and Miss Mary F
Randall Denison September 24
Mr James Baker and Miss Mary Nor
wood Sherman September 34
Mr N H Eades and Miss Lula Byrn
Blossom September 23
Mr Frank Fleming and Mrs Hattie A
Wallace Houston September 23
Mr N G Anthony and Miss Emma L
Brooks Waxabachie September 18
Mr Noble Dougherty and Misa Allie
Witt Whitesboro September 20
Rev A K Stabler and Miss CullieWll
son Wichita Falls September 23
Mr H C Dryo and Miss Gertrude
Deeper Wichita Falls September 31
Mr P M Edwards and MU ula Comp
ton Terrell September 22
Mr M M Day and Mtss Polly Johnson
Floyd City September so
Mr W H South and Miss Pearl Rogers
Sherman September 27
Mr Joe Vancill and ftllsa Marietta Hiu >
ter Ballinger September 20
Mr S E Goff and Miss Ada Turlington
Commerce September 24
Mr Z L Sbadix and Miss Lillie Fowler
Pittsburg September 80
Mr A T McCoy and MissBelle Kelley
Gordon September 20
Mr O E Newson and Miss Jessie V
Brooks Chjppel Hill September S3
Mr Bernard Reed and Miss Pearl Tra
week Jewett September 8S
Mr T T Bandy and Miss Edna Ward
Pearsall September S3
Mr J T Stanley and Miss A Daniel
Van Alstyne September 23
Mr N E Keoard and Miss Sadie
Gresham Conrtney September 23
Dr A a Evpn an4 JHis tula Burke
Corpus Cbrwti September 2a
Mr Willie Chiles and Miss Beulah No
lan Elgin September 24 C3
Mr J H Simpson and Miss M E Word
Camp San Saba September 20
Mr Whitehead and Miss Molllo Carte
St 3o Sept 23
Mr John M Neal and Miss Ellio West
rgard Beaumont September 33
Mr Dave Mclsbee and Miss Annie Beck
Nacona September 20
Mr Jim Snoddy and Miss Barbara
Franks Boljana gspteniberS
Mr P M Effi Hiiisbero September
Where Jfieres a Will Theres a Way
Because you havo wasted a smaM fortune
in xperimenting with Internal readies as
aure fo ifching diseases of tha MRS sueh
ettevirffopw a
diseaserof the
gistsyfD cents on
blng Piles Chilblains Pand
Sunburns with no avail
pair Nature has
ill that fie
isitive tfdi
in amjKcalp
byj uTby
ro Savannah
e suppliiid by H W Williams Co
SectionForeman Bobbed
Special to the Gazette
Highland Navamio CounttTjsx Sept
29 William Hams section foreman here
was robbed by a negro last night after he
had gone to bed Tho burglar came into
his room cut bis watch loose from H vest
andean with his pants Harris gave chase
TSeiro 4roppcd the pants
Five Uoni Loose In a Circus Ring
Boone tha greatest of all lion trainers
dead or living is now in tills country ex
hibiting his performing lions under an
engagement with the management of Adam
Forepaughs Circus These live ferocious
monsters are all performed free and un
shackled in tho steelencircled arena They
aremadoto mount pedestals form lofty
pyranjds with their bodies dance piay
seesa and are harnessed to chariots and
driven 3kpund the arena and ride tricycles
CoL B ne their trainer is by birth a
KentuckiaVa lineal descendant of the
pioneer herVDapiel Boone JBo has been
engaged in iv ry and lion hunting in Africa
since the closewf the wan tha rebellion
In an intervio k withjrnewspaper corre
spondent he staftdtflSt be had devoted two
years to the tamhjrand training of these
forest kings H5 s he never punishes
his leonine pjKlstaVdo this is to make
them yourjpmy aflkid of you ho be
comes wove not bctVr Patience and
kindnessJrre his methodV They aro not
afraid qmne and I am potfraid of thsm
this is mo secret of my suHSess All my
lions ale fond of me and we lespect each
other > C
In performing the lions the colonel is ac
companied by a noble German boarhound
A lady Jion tamer Miss Carlotta is also
with the colonel and performs the ferocious
creatures Tha management of tho Fore
paugh shows which is to exhibit herq on
Tuesday October 13 pay Col Boone u sal
ary of 1000 weekly for his services He
was engaged in London England in which
city he recently gave 150 consecutive exhi
bitions and a still larger number in Paris
He has nppeared before all the crowned
beads of Euw > pe and in all the leading
cities of the Old World The present is his
first season in the United States
He Resign After Many Years Faithful
Special to tbe Gazette
Shprmajt Qbatsos Coustt Tsr Sept
29 Mike OCallahan ope pf th > oldest and
pgst jsilersfnthe state has resigned his
place as Jailor of Grayson county after
many years service He is succeeded I
James McKinney a turnkey at the priso
OCallahanB resignation will be a surprf
to many
The city has been agitated about the detp flrju
wel which is now down 1800 feet Tnk
mayor favored suspension of work but tlier
council decided to go 2500 feet to make a
thorough test for artesian water Many
citizew petition for the work toprpceed
A Dream of Happiness
May ba followed y a morning of La Grippe
Easily and jThy Because the displacement of
covering fa Wed a pejleeted draught from a
partly elosi nwindow an opeajriosom con
nected wit i windy tntrjif k hotel mar
convey to yjmrostrihi aojniwjp the death
deajloj blast nnfblej R swift are the In
roads made by thl iejnestroyer The medi
cated aleetolic prA Ie InHostetters Ston
ach Btttets will eh nVthe dire complaint A
persistence In thimiierWtlva otltefmtnerde
velopveatwffl fffsolBteB heckmate the dan
perpDS malady WUnmedleaWd alcoholic stim
ulant are ef little or no vmlaSL The just meAl
nmUtb Bitters Not lets eflhtfiowJafUn
cases of malaria b illousness flmstipatfon
rMjasatisw dyspewfe opu kidney IronWeL
The weak ore vuaH l oss upon whomdisi
face fasten Ort vtrcafp with the Bitters
as Exposn
tlS 3STOVE3 BER 1st 1S1
A Crisis Precipitated iu Guatemala City
Battle Between Troeps and the
Blab Uloqdslied
Cir op Mexico Sept 29 Revolution
has been precipitated in Guatemala On
the 15th the people of Guatemala City were
celebratlnK a national holiday and took ex
ceptions to tho orators appointed by Bar
rillas They stoned tho speakers and put
them to flight shouting Down with the
government Down with despotism and
fyrapny Die Barrillas and drove
every Barrillas partisan from the plaza
They then selected their own speakers
who made violent speeches Barrillas
threw a battalion of infantry into the
square who charged the mob with fixed
bayonets The mob resisted with atones
and revolvers and tbe troops fled leaving
many dead and wounded
Barillas ordered artillery Into to the
plaza when the mob dispersed
Fighting continued in the streets and
during the night the revoltera held full
control of the city but were frequently at
tacked by the infantry who shot many
A general revolt throughout the country
was expected
The latest advices say Barrillas is master
of tho situation after three days pf hard
fighting the troops from the adjoining dis
tricts restoring Barrillas
Martial law has been declared and it is
expected Barillas will deolare himself dic
Salvador is moving troops on tha frontier
for the supposed invasion of Guatemala
Fully two hundred Jives were lost in the
CpL Jobon was killed Gen Sanchez
and the latters brother went to the plaza
where Jobon was stationed and killed him
At Quetgaltinango the revolutionary
leader is supported by over 1000 men
The palace and residence pf President
Barillas is guarded bJnfantryJujaartil
and he doesAqT ir abroad
3 forflfe of capfry
Gen Corbin is ready for marching and may
start at once for Calispel vaUey which is
isolated and all supplies hare to be sent by
pack trains
There Is nothing
male Tonic Eye
trial will tell you
you are suffering
cure you Jet a
Low Price of Cottoa
Special to the Gaiette
Jfsw Yon Sept 29 One of th oldest
salesmen of B B Claflin Co said this
morning that trade this season had been
unsatisfactory The South is not buying
as usual and by no means what was ex
pected Some merchant who always buy
bad not hfen hero at ftU Others bad bought
sparingly onjyahout onethird their usual
bills This was on account of the low price
of cotton which had sold at 6 cento and
even lower Farmers raising small quanti
ties Qt that staple article hare not been able
to pay their bUia At the stores hence mer
chants hod not tha cash with which to pur
chase goods One merchant in Georgia told
this salesman that be bad ol4 out his stock
Of goods and put the money all in cotton
which he intended to hold It wss paid for
he sajdvas well aa Uw building in which it
was stored and he could hold it as long as
be pleased
The alight advance that had already been
made wp ld net him fortune Merchant
who do comeup frpnj tha Souti sgy too
mneh cotton was planted this season and
that concerted movement U in progress to
limit tto acres planted next season and in
crease the diversity of tha crops This is
th theme of editorials i the newspapers
especially in the agricultural journals and
it ia expected that next year the farmers
will plant less cotton and mora cereaUk
Farmers however notwithstanding the
in every department that of any xornfef year It will positively be the grandest entertainment ever given in the great
Soiithwe ten i houslnd dollars 175000 in premiums and pursea Great racea every day Write for catalogues programmes and information to
The rains of the past week Insure an
normous crop of wheat for Hall county if
the season is propitious as plowing and
breaking is now being pushed rapidly
Ben Kelly and C It Briee left last Sat
urslav morning for Kansas City in charge of
ii train of rnttia belonging to John Pope
They arrived home Wednesday morning
Hall County Herald
Boh Burcli has a lakJ on his place off of
which lie has cut thirty ions of hay for
which ho will realize 10 per ton Hale
county Herald
About the best cotton picking wo have
heard of is that of Ifobert Cherry and Jesse
kelson On Monday they picked 1043
pounds the former picking 512 pounds and
tku latter KG Garland News
We had quite a nice rain Sunday which the
farmers all l ejoice to see as water WB3 get
ting to bo quito a scarco article
Biviss CAhs Coomt Sept The
rain bcjrau to fall last night about 9 oclock
It is still raining this morning The creaks
and branches wore all drying up and water
was getting bcare in some places
Ktlh Hats Cocxtv Sept 23 A heavy
rain fell here yesterday
The stockman is pleased The recent
rains will produce ample c winter pasturage
fur his stock IBccvillu Picavunc
The pecan crop promises a very large
jield this year Coleman Voice
Since the recent line rains tho grass has
commenced to grow liko spring time and
looks green and pretty If frosts do not
come too early tho stock range will be tine
for winter Karnes Heporter
QJV ild cherries grow abundantly among the
mountains here Our doul brought us
some of this delicious fruit this week
Properly treated a rich quality of cordial
can oe made of these wild cherries Kcrr
villo Paper
Mr A P Mayes brought into tho Jfows
office last Saturday an ear of corn meas
uring twelve and a quarter inches in length
This U the longest ear on record Van
Alstyno News
Mr Jess Pollard eontem plates entering
into tho culture of watermelons on an ex
Mrs T C Tarbutton Hiilsboro Septem
ber 19
Mrs A L Wiley West September 23
Mr H C Scovillo Corslcana Septem
Mr Lewis Freeman Gatesville Septem
ber 19
Mrs T C Gregory Texarkaoa Septem
Mr John Price Texarkana Septem
Mrs Minnie Hayncs Wills Point Sep
tember 19
Mrs J T Bell PeKaib September 20
Mr O K Walton Austin county Sep
tember 22
Mrs S B Cogburn Gainesville Sep
tember 20
Miss Oliie Wright Gainesville Septem
Mrs Margarotte Langan Paris Septem
ber 19
Mr Frank Mason Marshall Septem
ber 19
Mr Canuto Benavides Corpus Christi
Septepibor 21
Miss Mattie Burnett Palestine Septem
ber 24
Mrs Dan Rosser San Mrrcos Septem
ber IS
Mr S H Strickland Waxakachie Sep
tember 21
Mr II G MeAffee Gordonville Septem
ber 18
Mrs C Wr Skelton Huntsville Septem
ber 20
Rev Samuel Galloway Belton Septem
ber 24
Tommie Daniel Holland September S3
Mesqiitf Dallas Couxtv Sept 29
Died this morning little Evelyn infant
daughter of Mr and Mrs Calhoun Knox
Died today at her home three miles south
of this place Mrs Olla Calvin wife of
Robert Ii Calvin She was an accomplished
lady had been manned only o year aged
twenty years
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A Lady Compelled to Kill a Servant
She Had DUnlutit
SjiATvnETQWTr ju gept gg Beiie
Jamison was dismissed from the service of
Mrs Robert Whits the wife of a welltodo
farmer twelve mites from here Tha girl
became maddened and attacked Mrs Whito
with a club 6ie was disarmed and ran to
the bureau and secured a revolver and fired
two ineffectual shots at her mistress
The latter took the revolver away from
the girl am shot her twice once through
the brain killing ber instantly Tho cor
oners jury brought in a verdict of Justifi
able homicide
Indian Trouble la WanhlHgten
SrouinFAELs W4S9 Sept Mar
sela chief of the Calispel Indians ordered
ali the whites out pf Northern Idaho mniL
is running off tee settlers stock and
noying then A tf99f tt cavalry
womans peculiar
as Creole Fe
bas given it a
like It for
The First ThreeFporthi of tbe Year Mates
a iaTprablo BUowlajr
Chatwsooqa TKjr Sept 89 In a re
view of the industrial advancement of tho
South during the third quarter of 1S91 tho
pew industries established were 1000 show
ing a healthy agd sgbstantial growth Three
shoe factories five breweries thirtysix
brick and tile works two car works four
teen canneries eight compresses forty
pine cotton and woolen mills thirtyseven
electriq light companies seventyfour flour
and corn mills fortynine foundries and
machine shops pine furnaces twenty
three oil mills fiftyeight mining and quar
rying companies 120 railroad companies
were organized gtx rolling mills have
been established thirtypine street and
electric railways Texas leading with
twelve Sis tanneries twentyseven water
works and 213 wowworking establish
Just one word
Creole Female
pottle topay
Sudden Deatli of a Negro Girl Tard
Amount of Work Awaiting the
District Court
Special to the Gazette
Pabis Tbx Sept 20 The state district
court convened yesterday with Judge H
D McClelland on the bench The fir = t
three weeks of tho term will bo occupied by
the civil docket The state ddeket will ba
taken up on the fourth week end tho
Sixth vyeek wlU be deTOted to Uynioni
failures Aproixis of those a negro was
yesterday anxiously inuuiring for u named
lawyer and the reporter thinking of an
item inquired his business Well I
wants er diypce What does your wif j
say to it Sho shes wantm hit jess as
bad as me yer see boss hits dis away
We bofe wants to get married agin and so
shes lef me and gone ter lib wid de man
what shes gwjne to marry so ls to nuko
de dlvoco easy to git Shes gwine to pay
half and me half de cost
The report that Price Dillardhad been
shot by guards at the penitentiary was in
correct He bad broken bis leg however
by jumping from a wagon
Yesterday morning Justice limit was
ealled 03 to hold an inquest over the body
of a negro girl seventeen years oh on North
Birmingham street She died very sud
denly Sunday night and under suspicious
circumstances Her name was Mabel
Brown and it is said that she was in a
delicate condition Her mother is dead
and she lived with her father and some
pther members of the family Some time
dgoherplder sister died under somewhat
similar circumstances At the time sus
picion was aroused that her death wai
brought about to cover up a crime But as
in the present case the officers could pro
cure no tangible evidence to Justify anj
legal proceedings Tbe probability is thai
some one wasinterested in hiding som <
crime that would send its author if known
to prison
The Sle
Everyone admires 11
mala Tonic restores it1
ness have caused its tet
jtu Creole Fe
cilaease and weak
fry absence
Wanted a Divorce
Sjorx Falls S D Sopt 9 Baroneei
De Stivers wife of the Belgian minister la
Paris and a niece of John Jacob Aster bai
filed application for divorce on the groundi
Of cruelty and attempting to prove her in
sane and confining hor in an insane asylum
The baron cabled instructions to his attor
ney hero to make ft defense J
i thalThe has
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