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Srlwalmnlicated In thn
MWllllaM Monroe
itomav night
U Johnston of rifltrnlt
btlwa tor years search
rcanr husband wnit
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iticharre o bigamy
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lnrtthlsplanoti3 really
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now nearly forgot-
7fWth authorities are
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BRUTAL MURDER
A Foul Stain on tho Good Naie
of Dallas County
WM P ANDERSON A CRIPPLE
An Hones Farmer Assassinated While Asleep
by the Side of His Wife
The Crime Committed lor the Sum ol Sixty
Dollars The Murder Commlttod While
Nolfihbors Are at a Demo
cratio feting
Meeaujto Tex Nov
night at about 0 oclock near llous
Iqv a inoBt fchockioij murder was com-
farmer hla family conatstlng ol himself
wifo and two smalt children
2i T 0 a cripple hardly
JfJ iilI nalUal Ito
had rotlreu
a utitol
was thrust thiu VVSS
Me bod and two bh0h SSalibro
pistol wero discharged to his head
which resulted n death Instantly Hli
wito jumped out of bod and ran for her
mo Two shots were fired at her by
tho asuasslns but thoy went wide of
tho murk Andoreons dead body was
robbed of G0 in cash and his murder
ers raado tholr escape They were not
recognized
Ilobbcry was evidently their object
There is no cluo to who tho parties
wore Thero were no men near where
tho deed was committed all boinc at
tho ratification mooting a mile or eo
distant
DOWN THE MOUNTAINS GRADE
Detached Cars Rush With Lhhtninj Speed
Alt But TwoJump tho Track
Monterey Mex Nor 20 Tho parti j
uliis nf uae of ibe uiont remarkablt and
eiiltlijjf rnitroiul nwldenta that eicr w
cunnl In JlexK o ha reached here
Tlie oiitatnplm iwurrid fuur days apo
on tlio Mexican uutiouul line Tito trade
of tlie road from thU city for a diatiuee
of ninety miles beyoud SaltUlo Is very
btlMp
On Sunday afternoon a doutle hpjdr
trnlu was pulliue a train loud of corn
up the inojntatn tddc uheu tho coupliii
broko reloiislujj tint caboose and sir ears
tilled with corn from tbe tntn Jimes
Martin tbe condurtor and Frank Ilnr
wowl a brakemnn trlwl to ect the
braKei hot were ionprlehf to utoji ihe
liicreauiui tnonientum of tl cars down
the momitoiiu Wittitji n dUtaucu of nix
miles the train was rutin up nt a fcpivd
of uincly mile an hour Tho card be
can jutniinjr tho track and Martin and
Harwood loth went down mwtlnR a ter
rible death Itcfore Saltillo was reached
all of the caw with the exception of tho
caboose anl one otlier had left the track
Thew two continue their wild flight
PubsIivk through Salrlllo yards at the late
o fully 1 0 miles an hour
The train dinpatcher at Saltlllo was
terror stricken when he wiw the cars pasa
as ho knew they were certain to cranh
iutu another douhlu heudix tttiitht tralu
that wan pidllnc tin ttte mountain twmtr
miles below Saltlllo ile ronlil kIto the
train no warning ko he did the next bout
tbluc by hatlntf thn wrtfcklnjr train or
dcred out The calonp und loHtletl car
kept to the track Frank lat the eng
gineer of the up train saw them comltij
down the mountain but too late to sale
hlniHclf Ill fireman and the crew of
tho Koeond enirfne Jumped and reoelrcd
but hllcht injuries Harit was burled
under a pile of com und debris Both
engine were completely dUuiautled
INDICATIONS
WftHhlnifton Nor 21 I a m
Eastern Texas Generally fair except
showers In extreme northwost much
colder In tho interior by Tuesday morn
ing south wlndtf
H0GGCLARK NUGENT
Hov the People of Texas Di
vlded Their Votes
YOUR UNCLE NUGENT WAS IN IT
Nol Hljh Enouh to Knock the Persimmon but
Still Pretty High The Total Vole Now
3G6000 More Counties Heard
From SUI Politics
Menonite Tel Not 20 NjicHal
The ltoe Hill DemoiTacjr cplebratra
tlio elation of Clprilauil and lUwg in
Brand ntyle lt nlshLnbout lfX Dcuo
crata present A silk bauner siren
by the tsriaad Democratie dub to the
box in lallns county TOtinr tlie Inrjrent
proportion of its vole for all tbe Itono
cratlc caudttlatcs waturned over to tbe
Itow Hill Democrat they baring won
tho same 120 Totes were cast nt tlio las
election of hleli Cleveland and Hone
received 128 and Xujeut and weaver
Tbe presentation specech was made
lir Jno If Collom of the Garland
News and tbe response by J O ItUBiL
of Mesqolte in behalf of the Hose Hill
leuiueracr Other speeches nero made
by Judge F N Sash and others
A FDJD HMNT
fleorteton Tex Nor aq HpeHaL
7as II Fnblon IleiniKrntie noiulnoe
and Columbus Jefferson Jackson 1 co
pies parly nominee were riral candidates
for representative from this county crni
posini the Serenty nrst leKislativo dis
trict J nubion received Si0O voles for
said oBieo and Jaclson MO votes 1r
ine Ftablon a majority of Biity
Totes Tbe Seventr seyoud leiilslaUve
district Is iniposel of this Wllllnmsoa
Slllsm and rails counties Kablou re
ceived sli voles for floater and Jackson
lill Votes which If countwl would Just
reverse tho resell and sire JacLson
sixty majority tajblon recelvedtlie
tlBcite of elecUon but Jackson will con
teat when the legislature meets
DELTA
Cooper Tex Nov Spertal J The
official count show Hore 010 Clark
231 Nntent JOSl
VOTE UV COUNTIES
Following Is tha vote by counties
whore they hare reported In folL
counties are vA entirely
Soma fow ot those
tirely oonrplote one two or throo boxes
not Having reported but practically
thsiUnlaUlnolualreiol sdi th rotas
WORTH GAZETTE
Archer
Arnutrong
Auitln
Uaylor
Bastrop
Lamar ploj
ijavuoco
Lee
Limestone
LlroOalc
Llberti
Lubbock
Mai ion
Martin
Medina
Mnfjniiriii
Menard
Midland
Alllam
Mills
Mitchell
Montague
Montgomery
Morris
Motley
Naootrdochos
Navarro
Nolan
Nueces
Oranae
Panola
lo Pinto
Iarker
loltr
Potter
Presidio plu
lUndall
Kcevca
BodUlver
I lock wall
Kimuels
Husk-
Han Jacinto
Scurry
Shackelford
Smith
Snyder
Starr
Stephens
Steitnjr
HtonetvaU
Tarrant
Trans
I1irockmorton
FORI W0BT1I TEXAS MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 IsoE
Polled In tho counties given This
doe not include town and precinct
Bj
Arsnttn
A t 4 dftrm n
Counties 9
K S05 6S
003 M VS
sir la to
181 tl 1M
lCMHlt S
air lto a
isj loshios
limit
-
Bjxar r f
Blsiico
BorJen
Ilosquu
Bowio
Brazos
Hramrla
BrlHcod
ti tt
Hewiter
Brown
Buchel
Burlpsm
Burnett
Caldwell
Uiuueroa maj
Camp
Carson
Cass
Childress
Clay
Cherokee
Colorado
Comal
Comanche
ColUu
Coletnau
Concho
Cooko
Uorolll
Crosby
Dallas
Delta
Denton
Do witt
Donley
Duval
Eastland
Ellis
KlPiiso
Erath
Fall
Fanuln
Fajette
Floyd 4
Fisher
Foaid
lecstono
Prlo
V
llMa
Ihsb13
UA 1fl
KA1074
JwitiiiMi3
SOS i 4T3
IM071t7
iJtlel ItWl
M07 vn CM
lliino
ii in
iris 051 814
o K la k
rwi
iTonKim
flal ves ton salWI
rAHri siiiT 471
tniWio 3f i3
rrUnam I0S1
OraVMou liluvKW
uuuuaiupe nM 1
Greer 7W1 1W
Hale I as 3
Itnll mil 81
iramiiwa Srs 247
HarrieuuQ 45J J9
Harris wiwti
Harrison v tiSi
Hartley XI
Haskell 2Yi
llays vis
Henderson llutl
IlemDhlll 72
lliu
Hood 127
Hopkins 1178
Howard 1
Houston 10 4M
Hunt U405
Jack 71s
Jancr l His
Jones I 7S
Jolinson fiMl
Karnes I ivt
Kerr sH
Hlwrlplu so
Knox SOT
MM NMl
I
IOO 13
MS
75
4
Mason i 374
Mcculloch 801
nst
141
2
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Mi
10
S07
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imu ani
1IJ 9fJ
ncaioj4
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lit 413
LIU
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MS
is
sn lira
1IS5J164
ID 147
-
IB3 tub 117
491 Ko 1S4
IRrtl 311 M
CO I1 1 703
UIUI
C331S10
1118 BOO
174 88
774
3ll D3
til s
10M1128
Ill M
Hbol 30 li3
iei
467
iiis
M2i
115
m
0U
1117 3i
013 ill
41 1M
211 1 Kl
1S03 896
83 K
155S
C7i 817
113 8J
JUU87W 16C3
eayHisiiu
1S4 24
Tam Green H eiJ r tsa
Sffia W i 1
SSiinAr v v h 17
r All
TVNl
waner j1 All
Walker
uasninstoo --
Wlllarirer hVZim
Williamson fi2if
Wtrhll
WtlO
Zapata
JK tbl
tW BMte
65 16 21
S 29
160519 CUrk 10S0KINu
rThlsAdSnot Include tho vote cast
for Houston and Irendergast whleb
SounbfSvery little The row rom
these 117 counties lootaup 3W4J If
the total reaches 4 IKOOJ J i
489sit0
ted there are still about
ha reiiorteiL Upon the lusiimptlon
STto Silo of he vision of theee
amonif the tnre cau
Tmafnint rotos
dtdSS win bT leSlycpntlnuaUon
division will
of those roporUng the
be about aa follows
Hogg 190000
Clark 12001
N ugont 1OO00
DAMAOINOPRAiniE FIUE
Newport Neb Nov Sa Ono of the
wont prairie lire this wui
wSesSa started to day hla the
blowing o hurricano The
wndwas
Jri i suDKJsed W have started from
JSrWrnTarm bouse mil eut
spreading three or four
tt
oiBass
mtlS wde and sweeping iverythlng
Sf ore ltl The damage at this writing
j hard
la temany are OTrnl
lft pspers
j5iuSl Bsbxews
WISE WORDS
A Prominent Clark Man Says
Let Us Have Peace
FOR TEXAS SAKE LETS WORK
Together Giving the Administration Our Bost
Hearty Support
All that Agitation Could Do Has Bees Done
Lang caa Legislation win not B Rt
peited A Good Co mm til on Uw
li Needed it One
Abilene llcportcr
Abilene Ter Nor
oecurrt to tut that tlio aidutloii that is
tlH hinc vnttuued to a limited eitcnt
and ihH biUerneHS expressed by sumo of
the lendiuit men of Texa mu renult lu
no tfwl to the htcte 1 feel that rou
are In lull svuiputtiy wltli any policy
that will rult to the bet Jntereu of
lexas and I Mlete that you wilt lis
ten to tho views of any man who has
the welfare and pronperity of Term t
heart This Is my only rsaaon for writ
uc you
Necessarily there Is mqeh dtssppolnt
meiit sud ereat BorcticW cnnUm out
ot the prvloiieed and bluer uuntet
throuck which the vtaM ban i9d
But it may te aid of thta fiht that
the sooner the people of Texan orgvi
their blttenifus toward scti other and
unite lu a common caue tho sdvsnce
uiont of the material welfare and xrowth
of our bUte tho better It will be for ua
all
Tho coutcfet hn hml It renultfi Tha
errors of the adiniidktrstion art thor
oughly understood by the lXOple and
their officers elect The people do not
approve the extreme Tiews once enter
tuiued by the udlitiuistrutlou ou tbe lend-
iufr qucKiiona upon wmcii tns tauvaeit
was made It la Impolitic longer to
wuge Mar upon tbe adjnlniftratcn and
uusenerous to harire that tho haiiir
error of the pat will enter Into tho
muire policy or tho state government
1 differ from the Holler lirttrifnr
pursueil by Governor Ilotr and cast my
ior iuuje iarK imchw i ucuevei
there nhoulit be s tlianjce lu this policy
1 um frank to admit that I do net be
lieve Governor Mors ha purposely done
auythlmc In thn pat that la hit judg
ment would work uu Injury to the Itcit
Intercut of Texa and I Mleve that no
thlnkhie mnn will contend that Governor
lioirp wilt do anything In the future that
la Ins opinion will be Rftnlnut the proM
perily and welfatf of our utate The
error of tbe udmluUtrstlou are not nt
nil likely to bo repeated for the ovrnor
and legislature arc well Informed on the
leaiuni itmo mat navn teen nuuie be
fore tho iwple and It Is but fair to ad
mit that the hxhdatlon tint will follow
will be In harmony with tlie view of
the
it I roouiilA Pwleve tnt
iiii 1 v 1 iijr Wsy i n n
Will Uti Wtm iprt
nniiiiil t in- wtlfii in a iwicfitt 1
Jjriil it tiuiHitistit tieoni h tMtMw of
ttthuloul defc m IttiHBU bilk V Ju
tit Iceixlaiur t ami 1I mil ptytti to
um law tuefp w a flo wftort
to do this hut uu the contrary a subtdt
tutu was enactM wblth 1 emluently
Jut and wise In oil Its provlnfonN
The revolt at Houston nnd out of
which came the opi oniilon In the Demo
cratic party to the preMWt sdnilnlstra
tlou came from a diflereace of opinion
on tho leading quwtlons uiton which
tlie can van j was uiade and which 1
will now dtsctiriii Them question huve
either been eliminated m lint ixsue liy
the ihauges of tlmea or hare been ao far
niodilicd by the reult of the vtnte ami
itntloual clectlous an to be no loufcr
fraught with dsmjvr to the prlo
One of the extreme measures of the
prefvent adminUtratlon ws thu railroad
commission law It has become neces
sary to enact a new law and it can
safely be aftNimicd thnt the bursh no
just sand arbitrary provisions that char
acterized the former law will m omitted
from the new Jt Is wed known that
tho people do nt desire a taw to oppress
or rid ti railroad hut only aurh a law
a will protect thciur its 1 nut the nmvnrt
tmsblo demands of railway compaides
nud It may ho coiitidenuy eipw Uil
that a wise aud jut comuilsifou Inw
one that li fair to the people and fatr
to tlw railroad will he enacted by the
next leifiidature The Iett InUTeist the
prosperity of tb state demnuds the best
tlemeut of this Qufrtlon ami tiu sooner
w hareajuxt railroad law the lietU rlt
will be for all Interest concerned The
evils of the former are known and appre
ciated and It 1 only falrio concede
thnt In iaadnr the new law thrae evils
will be guarded atralust
in late senrs in uaent anaraa vr tne
ofllccr of the Rtate kavo been made
upon the title held by owrmr under
patents from the utate Tim motive for
dotur ho uecd not 10 questioned but the
remit haa been to Imimir valum of lauds
In the mnrketaof the country and to
deter home seeker sod Investors from
hnylut Texas lauds ThU lltljfstlon has
resulted in no ffood to Texo but Its
oiHIs urt now iwornlzed by the tvolJft
The ndmlnUtratiou stands pltlied to
the enactment or a law mat wta protect
eery Innocent holder f thewe lands
from tha attntkM of thf It may be
Hf timed that hereafter there nrwir will
h train 1 a Quctlon about th validity
of the title to tbe patented land from
lbe stulc that bare Biased from tbe
rnllH MY cninusnics in ItOUR fid 9
ers Tho aetUemeutof thU question la of
more vital importance tnaa any other
that Las been raised with the adminis
tration
Tiit Demiwrfit or irzs uiucr on me
slher question It miskt jllhte to say
that this question 1 ljoudl iurlMle
lion of atatv politics aud Uut thu rtrauit
m toe national euxuion ur u il ior
four VcMrs tn fame It is dOUbtul wheth
er even congress J0 pass any cJTectivu
law on thla question sod it Is more
than probable that this qucstfitn rill
never W sotted until tb roraiatrclal na
tions of the world ran arrive at an
to btt expressetl la an International
law This Is not a prscthal questiou in
atato politics and Its solution should not
now dUtres any Texa Uemoerat
Tlie plank In the admmbjtrallon par
tys platform advocatis graduated Jjj
couie tax for Federal pennies is tnero
nonsense and should not be dignified hf
tha serious cousideraUon of any one
Tlila iiiMtlnr lai iifsf nnlT WTOlid I lis vs-
lidfetlon of alete polities bnt to ab
surd ami so far contrary w cio muc
prindph thst its enercfes oan Well v
upon tlie assurance thst It friends wdl
never dignify it by calling th attention
of our cougressnwn to It and mar be
doubly assured that the congress 0f the
United flutes will never cousldiv It
Ko far an state banks are concerned
tbo admin lt ration part o twwer
l enact stub a Uw Tb marhiiery
tuary Xu Inaugurate aub a ayitarm
la Teiaa Is so dhHrutt and U ciujww
of iMne It no remote Ihst the people of
Texas woulj 10 foeliili to worry theie
stlves nier Ihis Irosslnarr erenl Thro
must first be an amendment proputKKl
to tbe constitution which can only tm
submltud to the people with the vonnt
of two thirds of the ICKlslntiirc TUi
amendment would liave to be adopted
by tlie people and approprlste laws after
wards enscted by tbe leitlslature A
measure thst has m many objections
and which Is opposed by so many will
hardly become a live Issue axaln besides
it is the otucronth of the unfortnnate
times A ehsneo has come The evils
of hlb protective tariff mid extravairsnt
and Indiscriminate national pension will
lie corrected nnd with tlie Improvement
ot the affairs of the acrleulturnl class
the motive that demanded a change In
the monetary system will Ih irone
The times are now propitious The op
portunity to push tho stale well forwsrd
In It materlsl progress Is esixdlent but
tb measure of the states progress will
depend upon her own people There Is
no lime uow to prleie ever tlio Iast to
quarrel with our nelithhors or waire war
acalnst the personnel of tbe stale admin
istration As lovers of Texas we should
keep Mr state in tlie lino of prosress awl
look out for every uilvnntace that will
result In the biiildlnit up ot our towns
and ellles and tbe of the vast
area or excellent surlcultnml lands with
in our state now resdy for the svttlenieut
of sinculturulsts from other less fnrored
sertlons seeklne homes In the South
Ior many lone yenrs onr nstloual ov
eniment has Ihh coudncted In the sie
clat jntsrest of tbe msnufartnrvr of ihe
orth and Last nnd protection has l on
maintained as a burden upon the agri
cultural nnd atock ralslnit class and as
an aid to the wealthy tnauufsrturer to
Increase his fortune Tile Democratic
Party has leen calbnl bnrk to siwer by
th scrlmum sl nnd stock-raising- clnnfi
of the Nouth and West nnd It may W
expected that nntlonnl ledslatlou will
beresfler by In tbe interest ot the masses
of tbe feoHe l onnlnc did net cease to
be prnntaM lu Texas because of nny
failure in 1L fnj nt li lnlr n nw1
pries but tbe cost of everything tha
farmer had to buy was proportionately
too great
With a reduction of the tariff on man
ufacture artlrlni nnd a redaction of tho
IHnsiou list the farming and atoek rjUinz
biditstrles thnt have heretororM Isjriie the
burden of the government will le so far
rellereil that they will oac more fur
nish a prolllaMe source of living to Ihe
IHopp L t
It Is lmpolllle It Is wrong lo leep
lexss lu n stale ot ngllnlloii for tin
elleit abroad will Is dlssstrous lu ths
er 1 of genrral prosirlly abend other
sections will push promlneiilly forward
for ndrantnge and If war llsn the state
ndmlidftriitlon eontlnnes It will bt said
to J etas UlsndranUge tlicru Is soim
Ihlng wrong with Texas and It Is heller
to let Teass ulone
I shall not for one hcesuse 1 bsve dif
fered wllh loierunr IIOBe enst n stMW
In the way of success of his admhilslrn
llon 1 appreelnte thnt Texas mu only
reallie Uw Prosivrllr she Is entlllil to
by having a successful stato administra
tion nnd this Is A sulllrisut reason to me
to wish and work for tlio success of the
administration wo have All the good
that can como from agitation has al
ready Uen secured and now let lis hare
peace Your truly Olio W Steffeiis
ottN fxle SJUuXlCii i 1
m t mu n ut iv ti I Am n
tUi irdii ar a rn
or 1 1 t sirtffiu c tMt tLn I i
Uu alt iKud 1 id
It nut It t luHi St
I iijh JeKtstitti f JAr
Lk had lfcstn Mrctrjf
HIGH HEAVtN
Sapara f att jtni ttos
sseot a f iflsfiKM
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VirUl
Kinwioks i IjitiftiMf
heaw bivmkiJ bstltrhifr a u tn e
buardinif jiws 3o caretwl 1 1 rmlT
fltb the utmost decorum nnd thriftily
explained that she had sejinrato1 from
Iter husband and becauso tho Jaws of
New Yotk ffara tho father txmtrol of u
child if a son when born lu that state
bhu bad como to Indiana b await con
ilnement inordor to bonbHoIutely sure
that her child could not bo takou front
her A fow weeks apo she voluntarily
wont to tho city liot plial Tho child
was born sovcrnl days ajo It is a boy
Tho mother however failed to rally
and her dead body now Ilea at thn inor
giio aurattlu the arrival of Mrs Itlioda
Htott her mother who will rtach hero
beforo morning1 Nothing Is known of
tho history of the load woman beyond
what Is stated
DECLARED OFF
THE HOMESTEAD STfllKEHS AF
TEn FIVE MONTHS
Of a Fight Uneuuslled for III Bitterness Ac
knowledge Defeat and Will He
lurd lo Their Placet
Homestead Pa Nov 20 Th great
strike at Carnegiw s Homestead works Is
declared off After live months which
for bitterness has probably never been
ewislly In this country ihe army of
strikers linn II y decided to day to give up
tho fight This action was taken at a
meeting of the Amalgamated sssndatlou
nt Homestead this afternoon tbe vote
standing 101 In favor of dccttrlng tn
strike off to PI asalnsL Among thorn
p react t at the meeting were Presi
dent Carney rVerclarr KlUeu Treasurer
Madden and Darld I nirh of tbe ftdti
sorr board The t ftiHaU addressed th
memlers In plain words and iild them
the strike was lost nnd adrlsed them to
take step to better ll tdr condition
The Homestead striku proved ono of
tlie most disastrous In the history of
tho country It originate from a reduc
ttoo of wagfMt lo the departments wtirre
metnl ttrs of thn Amalgamated assocta
tloo of Irou and steel workers were em
ployed
The hitch was on w bat 1 known as
the sliding scale Jt 1 a scale wMdi
regolate the mens ware by the market
price of sictl bllleu Us stibmipient his
tory la well known The sirlko at oue
time Involved early 10OX1 men add tho
loss In wares will res Hi It Is said in
the Deluhborkood of 2n0ftO0
One Thousand Italians Sail For Their Native
Shores
Nor York Nor 20 Tho Hambure
AnerJcin packetstoamshlpruerstlils
marck on her inltfat trip to the Medi
terranean to morrow will cairy 1000
Italian steerajro paMdvera Most of
them are returnlnif for tho Christmas
liolfdays while other Itave aocumu
lated small fortunes and are iroln to
live In Italy again
MRS lifiLMONT DEAD
New York Nov 20 Mm AugustD 1
tnont widow of the late August Xiel
moot the well known banker du 4 alter
alliiderlDkriainessather residence here
this lUmooa
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ROTTEN
Is Galveston to the Core Says
Rev Sam Jones
M0RES0THANANEGG0FHEN
Made Odoriferous by the RavigM of
Father Time
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JLRRY 10 DLN
A Mh 4
Old
Wants Polite men lo Tali Their Uiy fir
casus Cutct tho Tabernacle or Keep
Onler Parslitcncy In Evil
Endoth In Death
nalvevttnn Tei Nov SO Special
Hie fsuuHl evnnirVlUt tam Juno and
11 tleortw Stewart Mrlve l
this luorulttg Joiii hehl Ids Initial see
vito t the rirv HaptUl ihutxh at 11
oclock and prcsttn l to n crowdetl house
Iln tteffna hi nervhw nt the tnWrnattc
lu the lVka preait at it oclock and de
livered one of tin ihura trrtHht til
rmri tr an of fully fiW
pimple llf hi Id forth her utntlit to
nUht to another iumiene audfeuee aud
before tvmuictictui Id wrmott he uindo
itn appeal for mouty to pay for the ex
pennes of llulor the ptAco tp Thut he
did not want money and If he did he
would not come to this lty
to set It That ho had 1 wu
csIInS s moatclutnk a neiina
tlouallvt nnd a htaekmiarsl but ucver n
fol aud had alvaH been jitvcu credit
for common seue and that he did not
want to create the uplnlou that 1 Imd
lost his itttnmoii sense ho far a to i urne
down to Gslreotou nnd Ak for mouvy
that he had 1kcii trcatetl m utnly ilmt
where thnt ho eoutd ntTord to work for
Holt ilnc In this city ami Ixmrd himself
while doing It Vie then nmioimccd ns
Id text s rifhieouiflions tendcth to
life ao In who lu evil cudcth Jit
death lis haduttetvd but u few worU
when be stepped ahruittly and nuked If
a jKIIceiiaii wn tnweiit There nemo
one Ulklnir onr I hen- mid 1 wunt him
removed nt ui And he wanted It
iuiIertnol that no hm down MacVctmrtl
could come to this meeting mid dlntuih
It without Iwtnjr punUbed nnd h wanted
all imli n treated and jnlted and he would
BpiK or nnulntii I hem In tlie lnnrnlne nmt
that If t he policemen tihl not want to do
Ibelr duly he wauteil tlieiu to lute their
Insv cercnxi iiwny fnun iher atid
would si that there wo im dlwrilcr
If tliey lutl any rotten edipt to throw
to lire away a they could not throw an
eits one hilf aa rotten their town It
whs txutcn to the oiv nnd had lo t nil
tlie elctneut of reapftt mnl decency and
wuj cnmlnir dally H talked
plala he said hut Kiey knew ho lohl
Ihe truth After u lone and animated
iiKrcsnliHt of whkh llw above la a brief
ou til lie Mr dones plumcm Into his ser
mon sud lu plain nitd emphntle laiiRUiike
lortrjrd the wirkedn aud weakness
of the human rare nud made apt nnd
perllnttit sltuton t tlie wlckeflncMS
itnA itirrnntiftti I hilt uravrilld lii
US -
It Ii tiw addlsni u uu htiiiv r
j tni kol1 tUsmlssod tnotu wiui a fvelikg
Wflttatu Harrtaea About Istpoie tporle
Cattle Collon and HalntiaVhij -Why
Collan Is I nporlcd froni
Egypt and Peru t
Wnsblnitoii Not report of
tlio smretary of ngrhultuie hits Ueu
suhuiltlei to the president Tlio reiNOt
Ntrlus with a comparison of ho eiitT
trade or tbe past liseu onr wltli that
of former tsars nud emphasis- th fun
thst of more thuu u billlnti dnllarM n
reswutlug tie riHrU of our domicile
produi u of the past year m uiiy Hi r
iiiii inlsted of ngriritliurnl irolinli
tliue not only making the 1IiIuhI Htslea
the rredltor of the world for sum ex
ctHitlng tioUOONX In cues of our ca
put ts ovrr inipottrt hut relieving thu
home markets from surplus products
which would have otherwise reduced
prices to a point Mow the cunt of prt
ductiou lu regit id to imtwrts he llmh
etKourugeuitiit for farmers In the futt
that In spile of nu ugKtegnio iuercsMi
Uiere1 a rediiithiu In the proportion of
liuiafKM conalsllug of the produit whteti
cojuiwte with our Amerlcun agrleult itr
He iieVfrtheleN regards pnihuti com
jKtliig with the product of our own oll
as still far too treat He Instances 40
000000 worth of solnisl prodnrts V
SlOiPUi worth of blis f27lKM0sY
wortb ot hides 30osiiO0 worth of
fruits oml wines as arthles of this kind
aud diet the ImiwrtH of raw silk amount
ing to fi5fKJ0O0 yearly aa an Instaiim
of produsU Iniportetl whldi Ioutd wltli
proper encoiirniieuient prwluce Ju
our own tfiutiir
Itcrlewlug Ihe regulation for the cou
trd and preentton of Tesas fever he
omt ludiM nlth tlie declaration that they
hsve saved three times its murh money
to ratllo growers yearly as Is required t
run the whole department lis nays the
Itvspcvtiou laws have restored ihe eu
fldence of forelguers Ut Ihe beidthful
tipni of our cattle IJre rslttf r sports lu
1KS amounutt tu hem whereas
In 18tl we exported HOIKH nt an In
crease In value averaging XOi per head
A comparison of Chimo market quotiiv
tlons fur HeptemlMr tt with liSWl
shows n u Incica In value of cutlM sold
a mount log to from 4 to 15 pvr bead
according to wefght On the aggn gsleof
arcordlug to w tight Jn the aggregatoof
cattle sold In a single year tills would
amount to tlOOOOM
The seeretiiry note ths retlurtjn of
the cotton area la this country a a
movement lo the rlitbt direction I In
suya one of tin gratifylrg featnris of
our agrleult nr Industry during thn past
year has Un the marked reduction In
cotton area throughout the nHton states
One of the tnwl dlffiftilt thing to control
in agricultural btduslry Is a fair ratio of
the product to ihe demand
Kvery year of gov prlcctf tend to
overproduction the following year with
a natural result of denrewlon lu prices
unless lids be f rtuoatrlv prevenUtl liy
fortuitous eondlrion which no one can
forsee or control Kor the past few years
tht orko of cotton has been extraordina
silljr low aud the prodiirHon so gi ear
tliat earh rff leaving a surplus over eou
eumptlou prcluced finally ancb a ple
thoric condition in tbo market a to
greatly diwurace notion gnmers Ibla
nnsatisfsctorr condition of affairs how
cvtrr was not without a saliitorr effect
for It I evident now a jcry considers hi
reductluu In th area planted lo cottoa
has taken place tha result of a determin
ed effort on the part of the growers
to limit the vroduetloa and turn a por
tion of their land to otter crop Ift
counct tlomwith the great Increase which
Las Uku plsee f Iste years In out
Imports of raw tton Imports which hot
n tw rears ago ware bardlr Laown
Ilnrlng past nVal year raw eoltua
VOL XVII NO 10
of aS153itt as atalnt J2K1VH0 for
the year previous nnd S11v228 for tbe
fiscal year railing In 1KI
Tbe most of the Imported cotton
comes from Rgypt and Is demanded ou
aceouut ot the peculiar thiiracterlstics
which It posse sea and which are not
to Ih found In home grown cottons
Fome Imports were also madu from Ieru
and 1 am Informed Ihe entire supply of
1erutlnn cotton Imported iluds Its way
not Into cotton factories but into the
Manufactories ef woolen goods Its char
acter being aueh Da to make it especi
ally dsMedi for mixing with woolen
goods without detection Wllh n view to
rhiHtlng our Imports of foreign cotton
and especially Kgyptlnn I hiivo tnkon
measure to undertake wllb the
of some exiierlment stations la
cotton ststes etperluienta wllh a view
prmlnelng cotton of home growth
which shall serve as an ellicient subsll
tole for llgypthn
Tho sjeeelsry than reviews In deUll
the work of several tlher divisions of
he department tslntall eiiieiloients
II ro lKllv made aa congress
directed but the facts lu Us possession
do ket hi Ma opinion Justify t mi
potions formtsl by IsOetcrs lu this meth
od ot nrtlllclol niln niftVlnii
BLAlriElifTER
HE PASSED A GOOD NIGHT AND
IS IMPROVED
Territory Democrats Say They BolEave In Home
Rule and Have CAndUatri of Their
Oivn General Politics
AN Mhlnstoii Nov U Att r a cont
fortuhle illicit e Hecretar lllnluv U
better to day ami rapidly luproing
MOAUCHTWU IdU MAItfiUAU
Mclesttr T Nov tbrlal
MeAUtcr rattled und upthused with great
Pump sud show A aiili Hunt
sluii sreatsltig by u uuuiber of promti t
ljemoerutt trtioitin inn and auvits
illumttialed our town as never men had
dittn lcforu
The nsntrnitts for oQico ere nuiuerott
and for tha first tltoo lu the hUtory ot
the Indian Toiiliory tlio Dcittoernts nm
thotYiiighly oigauiaet and will n o thut
their petilv nt home tlrst supltet
We uoliml tn the Unrcttc oi Ihe 18th
that tlie WnhicmlhV bnrhad recommend
l a tlttreii of that city for fcdrrnl
JudKi whlti of tin Indian Territory now
held b Judge Shackelford
It there I a plpuhtt principal among thn
lrislu ttie Democrat ami I ho India us It
Is Home ltnle
It thcto U one olllco thut the peopls
of this Tftiitorr hmP mum Interest lit
than nur olher It Is that of theVnllvd
Kates marshal Mr 4 J MeAlestcrhns
f siti favorably npkeii of for this pt-
tsitUit as being ihe lvht uiau lu the
rtfiht plnct r tfAlpNtor Is a una
who 1 Identified wllh tliU country Luont
the peoidis la a thorwtighty respoustlil
mam u good tiqetinnw4 iaiui Is well aud
favorably kivonAll oer the territory
i i - lllr the Democriits ia minus
tot i Mln oi i fie itfltl t r
aiv uttiS miiii tu im t o
Pit T cK l i vUAND
a avu ntTOUi rt
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Mil lie Ilnth New
an admirer In OftUninl Mil nud Is sail
to If tlw largist tnrkev thni has evel
pasfXHl iliroitcrh Oamdcn Hhillotii The 06
drift around tho station ihvbire the gob
btwr wn taller thnu a insti ami If drirs
throtiKh the gate l the train It woulfe
have had to thetk Ha long red head U
Set out un thu plntfotm
THnCE KILLED
And Two lnured In a Railway Collision
in Chicago
Chicago 111 Nov 20 Ily the col
HfHiU of two liottvlly IiWoh frciirhi
trulha tut thu Holt lino mllway near
tho Archer nvcnuo cross liiy of tho
Alton l atlrnad this mnrnlutf llirco
lives wort j ltMt nud two men wero In
Jure wliu nuy not tvixivei Tho killed
nch John Ho iuoamp ounductoe of the
Ilsllltnettaln Htchnrd A Ktto th
brakeinan und IxjuIi Obits thu flro
man Tbo Injured arc Ttionm Oar
land thoipffimor und 1 oil 11 Hott tho
brukemanof tlioulber ttaln
THE NICARAGUA CANAL
Arrangements Completed for tho National
Convention
New Orleans T n Nov 20 R J
Oiionahuc president of the hoard of
trade utate that arraurcmciiU are com
pleted for I ho tint If im I NlraurnKiia eng
nui cnuciillmi On the ItUlh of NoremK r
Tlio New Orleans loiird of trade mpicst
the delegutea on ut rival to rejrlnler at
the oUiut of their sitrttary The gor
emor of luxiuns nnd th mayor vt
New OrlentiM hato tuiMcd tlMt goivrnors
and muuliliialltles of tic rnrimis status
as delegates Promhient Koiitheru mil
wn and steamship owner hare sug
gested the tended mi to the delegates
of su ex eng r si 011 ou a fast tatutr to
ths Atlantic harbor of tho Nicaragua
cauuL
1W3A LTIU DUIINKD
Memphis Tvon Nor
steamer Jbsa hw of the Ioo line at
rived at this trt this morning- at fl
oclock from Aabiortwlth alarjrecarpg
of cotton At U oclock fire waa di
oovonxl amldshlp And In a short time
the bout was entirely destroyed Bits
waa valued at t50tK and insured for
127000 I Art of tha cargo was saved
In a damaged rendition The carra
was insuroaundui open pollclos by the
consljfccs who are Memphis mer
chants
WinTBPLAW8 KY MUilNBD
Owenboro Ky Noy 20 News was
received bore to day of tho partial de
atriictloti by fire of tho village of White
Plains Tbofiro started la a vacant
storeroom at 10 oclock yesterday
morulnj Klght butldlnce rero burned
before the fire waa undVr oontrol The
depot which contained a largo amount
of freight for country towns around
IVhlto iloltw a church a doctors of
fice four storerooms uod one rosdeao
wt reburoed Hutliltleof tbe contents
of tbe buildings were saved No rclU
blo lafonoatlon m to loswe or Insurance
can bo obtalncdronaccvUDtof telegraph
wires Doing down
The Kl Iuls sew watur tuwar lahl
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