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Peoples Party Committee Issues a Straight
forward Ultimatum
If Knuloii iKPropoacit lit Convention
Middle of the Ilontl Vnvn Iluu
Strict Orders to Holt
Kansas City Mo May 17 An address
to tho populists ot tho country was Issued
here tonight by tho National organization
committee of tho peoples party with tho
Indorsement of the National Reform Pros
These two bodies vvlaoso common object
Is to keep tho populist party In tho mid
dle ot the road avoiding fusion with other
political parties everywhere had been In
Besslon hero slnco Tucsilay morning and
the adoption ot the addretU concluded their
All was not harmony aiming thesa mid
dle ot the road leaders and only after loug
un healed discussions vai an nadrcss
agreed upon A hard fight wus made to
secure tho Indorsement of Wharton Dar
ker and Ignatius Donnelly for picsldont
and vice president In 1M but this the
committee etused to recommend Instead
1 thorough organization of the mlddlo of
the readers In ovcrv section ot tho country
Is urged with tho understanding that they
shall enter the National
next campaign
with tho present populist organization but
that wherever fusion shall gain tho diy
whether In cotiatv Stato or National con
vention the middle of the loaders elinll
bolt and begin an active campaign to car
ry out their nrlnclDles
The alleged fuslonlst tendency of Marlon
Butler chalrnnn of tho populist National
committee was provided ngainrt by u
clauee which authorizes the National
ganlzatlons committee to call a National
committee convention If they stall be
convinced that the National commlacc arc
pliylne Into the hand of the fusiontots
The address of the committee In sjb
ance follows
That tho voters of tho Nation may feel
ssurcd that the peoples party bhall not
again be betraved In National convention
or Its working forces passed Into tbo hatidn
of the enemy and to Inspire confidence
among the masses In tho Integrity of our
acts and sincerity of our demands for in
dependent action as a party wo roapect
fully submit to the populists of the Nation
the following olan of action
First that the National organization
commltteo hereby Instruct Up chairman
to proceed with the
formation of the peo
ple s partv in all the States on the lluo3
recommended br the Cincinnati conven
tion ot September 1808 or some rolatlvn
Plan and to appoint In each Stale not hiv
ing members already selected three mem
bcis of the National organization comma
e and with the aisl < staneo and advice o
tnoso committeemen to select a State or
ganization committee of the same number
of members as the then existing Stuto
committee and through thesn commltte
l ° oranlzo nR r
Mol as possible organ
za Mon committees in rongresionl dis
tricts counties and voting precincts
° f NaonaI State
m other oom
exstln re unjustinedly on
noted to fusion with either
of the other
parties and for Independent strXhtfor
7rlrLTlon hy lhe Peonlos P ty they
Ti organization < 1 Pd committer n member ot the sev
It shall be the
duty of the sivrrm
selection of delegates to ttt < < varimm con
ventions leading up td the n InaHnu
presidential convention of 130 h it
f0r n n clca
fl hi contesting nelegates
o the
several conventions That Is to sy
Td P03e to
fairv or dishonestly
treatd n tln > oiuik
cnSLC nf h th05 8 snd a delegation J
gation in the State convention
If the Swto convention is controlled In
rKt J8 10 a IHto m
honorable aufl FtralBlitfarward peoples
the 7 mlidleofthtrnad ° y oon 1S thls s ftermlned
dolegdtlons sh n
eave he convention and send a tontn t
Ing delegation from that State t tha Nj
llonal convention Should the Natlornl
conventlnu be controlled by stralBJ > l upu
llsts nil delegates ent under thia p an
shall feel themselves In Inmr bound to
nominate those canlldntes for projldcnl
and vice president recommended by fie
referendum vote provided In the Judg
ment ot the Natlonn crginlzatlon commit
tee thero shill hnvo been sufficient or
ganization to mako stich a vote both prto
tlcsbla nnd representative of tho will o
tho party
Should tho National convention of IDPtl
bo controlled In tho Intel cit of luslan
the straight delegations shall leivn tatd
convention and Join the contesting doIo < i
tlons and thero carry out the vvlll ot the
populists of the nation without regard tj
the fusion convention
In this caso the National organization
committee and tho sovcral State district
county and precinct committees organized
under tho plan shall be rocosnlzod as the
only committees having any authority It
the affairs of the peoples party
If It should co occur that the National
committee fall to Isguo tho call for a Na
tional peoples parly convrnlloit within
due tlmo In the discretion ot the Notional
organization committee said organization
commltteo shall then piocced to issue a
call for a Nntlonnl convention
We offer this plan of action knowing
that It will first show to every populist
that we aro willing to remain In good fel
lowship with our fusion brethren with
whom we have differed In the
paat lu ac
cepting distasteful allegiance with Ibt
enemies of the peoples party provided
they will with us stand squarely on tho
original principles of the party and tho
llns of action Intended by Its founders
who declared In Omaha In IS92 that the
two old parties were Jointly responsible
for tho miseries of the people and the un
just legislation which oppressed thorn
second f they refuse to do so that we
wish them to know that we can ga with
thtra no further preferring to adhere to
tbs grand principles of war against per
sonal or political advancement or gain
We share the humiliation of the inpullat
vtcrs who bavo fcund themselves In the
pas t forced to vote for candidates not In
sympathy with each demand ot the peo
plsa party platform and urge them to
diligently work In tho fttlure to ityert any
repetition of jiuch complications
We recrnmend tha > an earnest effort
to carry cut the request for the refer
I caused by torpid lver vvhKh prevents riis <
tlop and permlti food to ferment and putrjlv ir
thestomapb Then follow dizziness hondaclie
B amltia aiitl
It not relieved bilious fever arm 2
W blood poisoning Hpods W 1
< tjto stimulate the stotnaph H w
niitw wUYW cur
headachedlzzlncM con
4 W2 fife fSntuW bV al drogguiS
v v >
endum veto asked for by tho Cincinnati
convention be made so that the fullest
expression on tho question mity bo ob
In order that State clubs systems of
par gjvarnment may bo moit ctfoctlvo
wh recommend that these clubs bo pre
pared to vnto on National candidates nnd
other questions between October 1 1S90
nnd January I WOO and send a tabulated
vote cf same by States to Hon Milton
Park chairman of the Nntlonnl organiza
tion committee Dallas Texas who as
soon as practicable shall certify tho Na
tional results of rame to tho public
William L Peek Chairman
Joo A Parker
H J Jones
L Stebblns
h H Weller Secretary
Tho press areocfatkn appointed W V
Haughout of Missouri Abe Stelburger of
Kansas nnd Pank Uurkett of Missouri
delegates to tho Tiiansml3slRBippl congrcs
slcnal congress soon to mict at Wichita
Tho editors will leavo tomorrow for
Colorado Sprlng3
Jnmcft MtUioiiP On Mtiml IIuiull
tiin Conrniltetx Van Wjcli
Now York May 17 At todays session
of tho Marrt lavostlgatlon commltteo
James Mnhoney with whom Mayor Van
Wyck admitted ho had had somo buaincas
transactions was put through n long series
of questioning Jluhoney admitted being a
booKmakur out declined to inswer ths
question na to wnotlier ho Is conducting
pool rooms hero
Former Polico Commissioner Hamilton
whom Mayor Van Wyck yostcrdtiy desig
nated a blackmailer declared that whit
tho mayor had said was absolutely false
Several wtacsso3 who havo bolng detcc
tlvo work testified that a largo number of
pool rooms aro now blng run in this city
AliiroirlutloiiH t < ir Mllrii p and Vnv
HIciii Ony Tlunliic N Iluintil
Montgomery Ala May 17 Aftor being
In session fourteen days the legislature ad
lourned thin evening
Tho body was convened In ottrn session
by tho governor to repeal tho call for a
constitutional convention and to propose
amendments to tho constitution tn bo votod
on at tho next election and to pass pri
mary cloctiou laws The only act passed
during tho fourteen days vvni to repeal
thn call for tho convention and appropriate
money to pay their salaries and mlloage
A number of amendments wore ottered
but none of them could command enough
votes to mako them effective
IrxuirliiK Clllcnuo
Chleigo May 17 Tho old question Is
Ihern gambling In Chicago was tho dm
matter taken up by tho Davtor legislative
Investigation committee which began Its
Lcxow work hero today Tho commlt
teo will Investigate charges that tho
administration extended protection to
gamblers who aro on good torms with
those in authority Several witnesses tes
tified today that thoro aro gimbllm
housus now doing buslno3s In tbo down
town districts
wisun kii
iiet > n Timnij
iPpoplr Tnklmr HcfK vnv
Wvve llloivn Out lln Km
The DaniMKe In Houvy
Manchester Iowa May 17 The detatli
of tho cyclone which passed over the
northern part of this county last night
me most harrowing An a1 result of ihi
stoim four people tiro dead nnd three
others fatally Injured
The dead
WALTER SlinPPAItD and his son 11
years old
J n tACona
ltiilly Injured
Mrs W Slioppard and two sons 3 and
C jears old
Soriouely Injured
Tony Shcppird 10 year3 old
Tony Fritz
James DlgclnvY
Td Crumple
John Sharkey
Mrs I N Crumple
Mrs William Klne
Kmanuel Rldcnanr
Mis Bmttnuol Htdccaur
Mrs Itltlenaur
C Mlcrsen
Thti storm continued three mllestiorth
of Oreeley about 8HO oclock making a
lino duo east for six mllos thsn veerrd
house In tho track of tho storm for a
width of forty rods Is cither totally de
stroyed or wrecked
At Blgelow where a family took eholter
In tho cellar a young biby wa3 torn from
tho mothers aims and carried twentyfive
rods without Injury
At tho Klaus coinetery only one monu
ment Is left standing and somo of the
tombstones woro found two mile away
Tho Klaus school House was blown to
pieces and tho Molbodlst church Is t
Tho Rldcnaur family toak refuge In the
cellar Thrco aro injured Mr Rldcnaur
vas Ilfttd bodily out of tho cellar hy the
forco of tho wind
Tho Shuppard family wero In the house
which was amathed to kindling Two rf
the sons wero carried 400 yards and one
killed outright Tho fataor died this after
noon The other children vlll die
C M Mlerson J B Jacobs nnd George
Lang wero returning from Elk Point and
wore caug ht directly In the path of the
storm Jacobs and Lang Jumped out oi
tho wagon and wero carrlel up into the
air and thoir bodlea same to the ground
mangled almost beyond vcognltlon Mle
sen whipped his horse out of the wind
and Jumped from the vvagori nnd ejeaped
with slight injuries The team turced
nnd ran into tho storm and both hortes
were kllleJ The storm exhausted Itwll
a mile north of Colosburg
The damage Is bejond esMmatlon
liniiremtluit In Ilmt n Merflna Will
Uh Arriiuucil for Full
Washington May 17 As the result of
a conference held at the foreign office la
London between Lord Sillsbury Sir Ju
lian Pauncefote and Secretary Hay It can
now be predicted that tha high Joint comr
mission to adjust Jssues between tbo United
< Hp
o The New Commander In Chief of the Sons of Confederate Veterans He Is a
Son of CxCovernor Colquitt of Georgia
o oe o o noQ8 o ieoo o < m eo a io oooJ
Lawton has captured San iBldro the
rcrand native capital and Is driving the
enemy into the mountains
Largo numbers of natives with their
ftmllles nre returning to San Fernando
In the attack on Snn Itldro tho aalva
lost 200 I lled ond many wounded
Washington offl > laI < s reiterate the stite
nent that tho natives aro whipped and
are about to surrender At the same time
the American forces ore hiving hot
MaiArthur has driven tho ememy in
front ot him back frfm falumplt and
The alleised English officers when Ht
rnlgned for organizing to start a revolu
tion in tho Trnnsvanl nre said to Itwk llltw
loafets and not like Influential conspira
Drltlshera at Cape Colony think the
Transvaal arralr was trumped up by Boer
Delegates to the peace conference have
arrived at The Hague De Stael ot Hussli
vvlll prcaldp
Manchnnd the French etplorer has ar
rived at Jlbontll Kast Africa
Cecil Uhodes says ho was In Ignorant
of the proposed Transvaal rebellion Ins
llshmen say the charges nre trumped up to
offiet the Uitlandera pstltlon
It la anpounred from Hot Springs Vs
where President McKlnley l resting that
tbero will be no extra session of eongresa
an far as present Indications aro con
The propleR ptrtv organization coramll
toe at Kansas City laities an address for
bidding fusion under any clrcmnutauias
with cither ot the other pirtlcs
Ocncral Morrlam requests Iwo troops ot
cavalry to liandl the strikers tn tho Coeur
d Aleno district
Conflict between Federal and State au
thorities at Huntington mines mny came
Houston 7 Ssn Antonio I Oalvraton S
Auttln 3
Two men have been signed for Hous
FltzJeffrle3 light will take place on
Juno 9
Master la chancery heird clilms against
the La Forte yesterday
Southwestern lines seek permission to
apply low rato to Kansas City
n J Can ida will bo reassembled dur
duo northeast for four miles demolishing C < I B summer or wrly Mil
changes nt tho foreign oftlco certainly
convey tho encouragement to offlclils hero
to warrant tho expectation thai negotia
tions may bo agalu taken up with somio
prospect of reaching an agreement hotweon
tho two branches of tho commUilon
It can bo Btated that It tho oojitnlssloj
icconvenes it will only do so upoi com
plete abandonment of tho old buU which
proved to bo unsuitable to tho or sctlon of a
comploto agreement and our government
will havo somo sort of nssuranro In ad
vance of tho nature and degree of the con
cessions that may he expected on the other
sjdo tho lack of which It la said caused
tho failure of the first nosotIntln3
Senator Fairbanks president of tho
Kloctrlc light gnu and street railway
mens association is In session at Austin
Judge J D Wells Is not an applicant
tor tho vicant sent on tho court of ap
peals bench
Farmer Shaw disapproves the signa
ture of the Katy consolidation bill and
withdrawn his admiration from Seyers
A number of new members weie taken
Into the State Paarniaceutlcal associa
Wharton school district his three boirds
of trustees each clalmiug to be the only
legal one
Matonlc widows and orphins home
near Arllngtou will be ready tor occu
pancy June
The senate asked for a free eonfereuco
committee on tho antitrust bill con
curred In house amendments to the autl
clgnrette bill Irrigation resolution was
ndotitcd passed several lornl bills passco
substitute appropriation bill discussed at
great length a parliamentary tangle In tho
girls Industrial school bill
Tho bouse passed tho antlelgarctto bill
also bills amending law relitlng to ex
amination of teachers authorizing pur
chare of the bittleflcld of Sm Jacinto en
grossed bill to mnkn notes and motgnges
on real estate taxable s land passed bills
rolntlng to correction of certain titles
providing protection for irrigating canal
etc relating to the Investment of the per
manent school fund
The two houses nr < u threatened with
deadlock over the apAIiprlatlon bills or
rsther tho polleSiM jjMUatlng them
A conference on taennlltrust bill was
held and sovcral amendments were agreed
Houston rrduefs good ordinary below
Wc New York all grades l16c otherwise
Brot cotton Is unchanged
Cotton futures In Liverpool HSlGtd up
Now York closed J to 5 and New Orleans
5 to S points higher
Stocks showed a rally the Flower hold
ings itcoverlng their recent define
Wheat advanced ic while coin lost
xie Pork declined 13S17 4c and lard
and ribs JViliGr
Taxpayers held a mass meeting In tho
market hull aud pass resolutions
Tho ladles have collected SI6 for tho
public square
Secretary of Agriculture
Wilson pays a
villi to the fruit aud sugar raising dls
tilcts of South Texas and expresses him
bclf as greatly pleased with his trip
their postofflco addresses and so Mr as
possible to forward the same with their
rcmlttamo from time to time Tempo
rary receipts havo bcon provided until tho
hand omely cngtaved
souvenir receipts aro
ready for Issuance
nialioii MCile niTetel Vice CUnn
Washington Mav 17Tho semiannual
meeting of the trustees of tho American
university was held today at tho Arllng
ton hotol Among those present was nish
od Charles C McCabo of Fort Worth
Hshoo Hurst tho chancellor ot the unl
AmerTcan bVTnohTr tho ommlsslo n was fiom frleSS th ° reco1 of 60000
i i
at the state department today In confer tho fmindlnJ H made public for
once with Secretary Hay respecting lege o Co1
outcome of the London meeting and Is j Coke collet oflann 30 tho Thoul >
now convinced that tho commlsston can Dishoi cCahn
n e nn
eJ m
bo teassemblcd on a now bisls tently subscribed fnr a
The projected modus vlvondl has become nunon M Cab0 0 M l5 i m nt mU
involved In tho negntlatlDtis nov of thei hIL f c e or
covdlng In London and Its consummation pro Is was elected unlver to memberldTln M K5er 1e 1or
nfershlp in the boaid
entirely dopondent upon them If Mr trustep of
Cheato succeeds In arranging tho prelim
inaries to tho meeting of tho committee
as It Is expected the two government
vvlll proceed Immediately to arrange a mo
dus vlvcndl to govern conditions In the
Klondike during tho coming summer and
nnwnv iiomh committhk
> eTTtnners Are Akrri to Aeeept the
IHlYAX TO MiitwrcniAAs
A At
VIre < > the Anlver
f > rvva > Independence
Chicago May 17Tho Norwegians of
tMe go today celebrated the elghtyflfm
ry of tho Norwelglan declaration
or independence a banquet was held to
nisbt representatives of all tho Nor
Sulm < rlitli > n
Wnshington May 17The National wsUiU societies of the city sharing In the
Dewey homo committee held a meeting to Pr ° Brami Among the speakers was
day nnd decided to send lotters to all oncl William J Bryan who took for
leading nowspapers National banks and j 8 bJect Our Adopted Oltlsens in
postmasters asking them to cooperato rMce and War
with the commltteo by receiving oantrlbu Ie W in part
tlons from tho public and forwarding the
same to the tressuror at Washington
It Is suggested that nowapaper publish
> eceuTn1
survival of those Ideas and custom which
aro proven to be the best From tbl we
can reasonably expect the dovolopmcct
of n American civilization which wli ba
superior to any which has preceded It a
civilization which will encourage mid pro
tret tho individual In their progress toward
physical mental and rmral progrws
Let us profit by the experience of other
nations and avoid the pitfalls into which
they have stumbled As the burnt child
dreads the fire so tho foreignborn cltWeu
hiving observed tho Insidious growth
arlstrocacy In other lands and having HH
the oppressive weight of militarism vviii
bo quick to nolo their approach In tho
United States In tlmo of peace our na
turallzed citizens have contributed to the
Nations growth and to the Notion a pro
ductive power and In time of war tttey
have ever shown themselves ready to de
fend the flag on land and on sea Of all
ihoso who have left tho land of their birth
to oast their lot with us non pos
sessed a higher nverngc of Intelligence
virtue bravery and patriotism than tho
descendants of the Norsemen On tftls
day mado memorable bv the achievements
of the Viking race our thouglfts follow
yours back to The Land cf the Midnight
Sun and to the heroic sTuggles of your
forefathers and we toe gathsr Inspiration
for tho work which lies before us
nisiiop auioinv thivcjs tiiii orr
On the Other Hand Murine Firemen
Mny Strike Jlorr Trooiis Arc
Wanted nt AViirilner
Buffalo N Y May 17 Bishop Qulgley
took a determined stand In his efforts to
bring tho strike of tho grain shovelers
and sympathetic organizations to an end
tonight and as a result tho outlook for a
cessation of tho troublo is somowhnt
brighter Most of the strikers are anxious
to return to work and Bishop Qulgley
stated tonight that he was Fatlsfled tint
they would follow hla advice and return to
their labors under tho guarantees that ho
fplt warranted In giving them
A new turn wag given to the strike sit
Cliilllot Uetvreou State nnd Federnl
AndioilUc Mil fniiMe Trouble
Fort Smith Ark May 17 All is quiet
at Huntington today a3 far as appear
ances go put theie is much suppressol
feeling Sheriff Harrell is there in person
with fifteen deputies but an order to
day from the Jidleiary department at
Washington directing tho United States
marshal to call for forty deputies to go
at once to Huntington to protect tho min
ing property there has given rise to tho
gravest fears as Federal and Stite authori
ties will thus bo
brought into direct con
Tho dead miner was burled today and
the Inquest Into the caU3o of hla death will
bo had tomcrrow
Genenil Merrlinun A k for a Cmiplo
of Truopa ot Cniiilr
Washington May 17 Secretary Alger
has received1 the following telegram from
General Merrlam In explanation of tho sit
uation In the Coeur dAIene
Wardner Idaho May 17The governor
haS revIe
SeMy < the sit
uation here and deems it necessary to
I S ° pR llurk0 aml Mnllan to avoid
hirther dTsor derrrreq r twotrnnnrlt
s v f j
l lu juutciai aistrict
nsYn ldeWIence and learn
all m Vn of J Eh lnterty and honor
1 sitclar o culture
and literary attitn
ment and es one by reason of 1 unil
talent and most suitable
experience u
ofa > teiI f ° r th8 Po fou oaid
vuurt ofelv l PPeal
Vi s and > o Co
carneMlv urge Hon
Joseph D Savors to
appoint him to said petition
Two XeBrF rnnTTetcil of nnrslnry
Peranunl Mention
La Grange Texas May 16Tha
clerk received the official list of notaries
public today showing
nlnctythreo an
polntees for this county
Will Allen colored who
was arrested
cTnAmVaSVhlrKe1 wlh r 1arlng
store at
rfMtCrdaV trled and
the d nvlctcd In
th Pffitrvaad lve ve years tn
vearTofd It f 8ma colored boy 15
> e terda med rg Uh bur lary oS
trlct ° Mn > > n the dls
n Uo 1
yearn in La cac ami Klvcn two
cf Its material and governmental advan district court yt i resPects to the
< a e hJ drawn fo its shores a multitude Il n Uiturnus the
uatie v
erS ubs lVtionrm7k iTr ro taiSra S ffi 4n W
mlttances to the committee here weekly pans of Europe tosUu n fwZh > i h ila5 0l Klal6
or more frequently If they do Wr Jlni5i U W u tns clty
caa so Soo tho Wms and customs t
retary Rogers vvlll acknowledge reeeipt to countries Here in L lP lvo Ge TKe W Lewi v
iiftwspaper and will finally l uo toneh lij fJ lJ V mMo towV 1 ° t HoJ
1 witness
In district court
iigg XrU c
t StS
Even the Rabid Newspapers Arc Advising
Jlnnlfett of flomca nml nrooltcH
Order Ha e llcen ExrlniiiKcrt A
Strike Canned Uliioilshed
Improvements and we aro spending over
uatlon tonight when tho members of the 100000 per month in this way This is
Marino Firemens nAnnnt < l 111 mm n m n n na than tho vi nn received fiom
Benevolent association
voted unanimously to quit work tomorrow
at noon unless the scoopers strike Is defin
itely settled by that time There are 1000
members of tho association In Buffalo and
over GOO In Clevoland
Havana May 17 Cuban emotion has
token a swift turn toward moderation All
the political srouos and tho fifteen dally
nawananers of Havana rcallzo today thai
cessation of wild talk was dcslrtblo
Even the acrobatic members of the late
military assembly went about soothing
their excited followers
Thu meetings of the National league to
night though largely attended was or
derly all tho speakers advising calm te
flection before anv movement is begun
lest violent Incidents might be precipitated
bv rashness
Tho manifesto of Oenoral Ooraoz was
read today by Govornor Gonoral Brooke
and the lntters forthcoming order on the
subject of tho payment of Cuban troops
was read by Gomez Approvals wero ex
changed Tho paper was expected to bo
this evening containing tho mani
festo but as a matter of fact Gomez is
not jet rcadv
IinMtY OV POItTO mco
Not n Place fur Waste Unrncrs but
Nice for the llleli Mini
Now York May 17 Major General
Henry U S V until recently military
governor of Porto Rico arrived on the
transpurt McPhcrsnn from San Juan P It
today General Henry Is enthusiastic
about Porto Rico Its people and Its pos
It is a wonderful country he said
but we vvlll havo to go slow In bringing
about reforms
Over 15000 at work on public
mote monev men
Spain all their lives
The Porto Rlcans are anxious for a
territorial form of government but the
question l3 how are they going to get
monev If the customs duties are wiped
out We are spending large sums and I
Introduced a water supply In San Juan In
flvo weeks after I took hold The Spanish
had been at woik on the same thing for
fUtv veais Sin Juan Is as clean now as
anv cltv ot the South American republics
Tho people all look forward to being
Porto Rico bo said Is the place for
a caoltall3t rather than for the poor man
At present there are thousands of the
poor class without employment The aver
ago waco for unskilled labor planta
tions is 36 centa per day American money
The fertllltv of the land and warmth ot
the climate make the demand for labor
verv small
ZTZ tJ lhar dv ttare have
sold out everything in the naturo of fire
arms and knives
JONES Glddlngs Texas May 15 Mrs
Moille Jones died at her homo list night
after a lingering illaosi of many months
with tho dreaded disease consumption
Tho remains will be Interred at tho Gld
dlngs cemetery this afternoon at I oclock
T Iln decca3Pd vas member o
cavalry Referring to hc nre two c SI I th M hj t church and her many friends
I hive mado no order Ity acUm Jim I 1 TlMvea l ° m ° Urn her dcmise
strictly to the support of he Sta J J0PS Texas May 15This
authorities There are 393 prisoners still nl ° fnlS at 2 oclock Mrs Ed Jones died
In custody of braln fvcr gho ha1 bejn m iui no
Brigadier General
iriHsu t vii FKiino
Ilnr of Mil ro nTuy
Strike Criunci Bloodshed
Clenfuegos Province of Santa Clara May
16 0 15 a m via Havana Tho agita
tion ot tho Cuban dock laborers
f < y commend un S S o o
communTt r
SurfeVayA llh1 11 was
Betlchem cemetery at 10
o clock today A
good many Hlllsboro
people attended tho funeral
TELFAIREnnis Texas May 16 Mrs
fal r WifJ Conductor J S Telfair of
this J
city died
at hor home hero yesterday
afjernooi1 at 1 35 and was burled today
several 30 p months m She had been in bad health
SMYTHE Mexla Texas May 16 Can
last night Whe I1 Sl a Texas m d
Mart Texas Ho retlreii 7
hMilX an seem d to be n good
health and
spirits and was found by hl
death lerth Captain e < 0 ing morning cSfd in
was the owner of
1 largo tract of
at or near Mart and
deVihe 03k r8 after hl3 Interests when
urd eJ death WM undoubted
lat iJZm heart fallure as hla health of
15Varied n E D llott Texas May
MrTnli J t h ° rIJ ce of the brides
Miss n o 5 Mr 01ltl Gallway apd
J osrs Rl2eed 2V LuP officiating
MlrMr flKVLTIJnns T a
d nlayl0r and Mb3 Eu < a
Kendall b0thvr
chuA D 0f the MethodUt
Pal church out 0h
chappell H11I
s a xa
Cnueu 1 Intern gT
Hon J H Caldwell
bcr of tho Lotilslan a
ays tho follow i gn a S n
lor catarrh
Hon J H CaUhdil
I havo used Peruna for 4
years with the very best imtf
tarrhal diseases I shall iev l
It I never fall to recommnd
opportunity presents Itself i J
well ioboltnc Louisiana W
Gilbert Ilofer Grays Ky
letter dated March 7 189P iVnl
four bottlos of Poruna anar T
my catarrh and It cured my b iTk
ease 1 had been troubled for El
I wolgh twenty pounds more tint
before I was taken sick I iknVJi
without Peruua I1
Send for free catarrh book Adl
Harfcmnn Columbus
Texas May 16 Tho marrliitdj
Cherry ot Nashville Ttu
one of tho teachers in ChappellHS
malo collego to Judge Wallis Dwts
Klngsman Ariz was
here who
havo bcon Washington Mav 17 A notable
Tbo trremony was performed I g
last ttight at tho college bandit la
Rev H M Haney otflcIaHtr
witnessed by all the pupMY aji t a
of tho college and a few special tia
After tho nuptial knot had teea tM
elaborate luncheon was served itltti
auspices ot Prof Smith and his tvi
wife and was much relished br ties
party Mr and Mrs DunlarWtai
1245 Houston and Texas Ceafral W4
night omd vvlll go direct to Klaja
Ariz at which place they vrtllwii
future > >
Mav 13 Married at the residence dl
btldcs brotherinlaw Mr J J Ctt
of this city on Thursday Mir llHi
W Wtlle a prominent citizen 0 Us
Calm and Miss Sallle Oranbtrrjcli
place Thev left on the southbautl Is
tor Mount Calm their future honnu
tcrday morning carrying with fttati
warm wishes from numerous ftlealit
relatives J
demanding back pay culminated
this evening In bloodshed A negro was of Admiral Doweys arrival In Wubfep
killed by Cuban officers The dock labor vvlll be tho presentation to bJmtjf >
twenVZ 1 A la cbmnt president ot tho superb e clM ik
rc suarding tho made by authority of congress a t
ciKtnm n t har dttare stores monlal from tho government Then
eral weeks aad for nearlytwo weeks ho
foro her death bho had been uaconsclous
Hor husband is an omployo ot tho Hous
ton and Texas Central toad
CAWTHON Rockdale Texas May 15
Dr S C Cawthon died hero it 3 oclock
Want III OIl 7 f
< urt of run Vppeau thU afternoon after a liugorlng struggle
Cameion Texas th eonsmPtloi > A
May 16 Ihe memh r comparatively short
f the Milam county bar met th me as Ir c lll ° n married Miss Pearl
house jestcrday and leTe C ° rt 11 and laushor of J Rowland who
M nniZ 1 d Attorney J survives him Deceased was hold In tho
m itaiston Lhalrmap who stated tho oh nlRh > Bt esteem by every ono la Rockdalo
resolutions tndorslng Judgo W G Talia
rerro for
appointment as judge of the
vourt or civil
a Galveston when
mid his loss vvlll be sincerely mourned by
his large clrclo of friends
FORBESMcKlnncy Texas May 15
After n long Illness of fconsumptlon Robt
Iorbes died ot consumption last night at
U ocor Denton
a commltteo consisting of Judge Sara i C3lnt Burled tomorrow
rtreetmnn L C McBrde and Hon N H mllL souih ofF McTanney C ° metery > nV0
rracy and the commltteo
of noy
reported tnc
following tesolutlou
which wso unani
mously adopted
Whereas a vacancy exists
on the court
of appeals at
Gnlveston by reasoT of thP
WhcL v PleniB o T as an
iyrs rr nrlntment7
CRUSE Hlllsboro Texas May 16
Miss Ldna Cruse 17 years old daughter
of ST Cruse of Brandon
died tt s 40
o clock last night with meningitis She
e C Vf WOeKSl Shc wa > burIeJ
in tho old Brandon
cemetery this after
HARRisIUIlsboro Texas May 16
Saarrl or
denly wItnoy died sud
yesterday at his lesidence
wag comnlctej som0 tlme ag0 > bot
to Its delicacy and great valoelt
deemed best not to send it totbeilsS
tT >
Consul Brush reports to th itsti
partment from Clinton Oat reiJK
tho Klondike output for 1S93 as loEon
An authnrltv whose estimates batete
tofore nroved conservative brings
from Dawson that the washup a
Yukon this year will aggregate iMM
The release of the French merclti
steamer Ollndo Rodriguez under tfij
clslon ot tho supreme court of tbeiK
States doubtless will be followed to
presentation to the otate depanrneatii
claim for Indemnity
A liable IlroiiRlit tfp to
Donlson Herald
Lltoraturo probably has nad >
advancement In tbo last quarter of
turv but It has nbt outclassed lots
ptoductlons of crcat minds TlejtJ
ono story In nartlcular that mlj
bo recommended to a number of t
low workers In the newspaner ww
Texas at present It Is a simple u
story ot the dog with a piece o a
his mouth passing over a bndge J
glancing below saw his own relit
and thinking It another dog wltbiP
of meat mado a grab for it sal1
both tho substance and the shado W
bo a crabber Dont be cnvioui dp
neighbors If thoy get somethlnr
you wanted it was probably aecaW
their hustling aualltles Dont klct
plain and grumble but hustle wit tt
way to mako your town or yeif lrr
grow < MSs
A niMiiiiiiolntmcnt to So jy
Navasota Tablet M
Honest Joo Savers has dlsapp
many people In Texas since bis l Mtt
tlon Tho goldbug trust advocat < J
are dlsannointed because be I
turn Texas looso to the a Ten tnWr
motors and tho pops are disappoint
causo he is proving himself more P f5
than any forty Barney Glbbs theses
trot out Sayers is all right an U
Ing one of the very best goversori
State has ever hod or ever will bary
a large majority of the pmp
to all tbo attributes which would fUj
strong bravo Wltb i11
npd noble
body Is capable of nrocer action iB
Those who aro suffering from PtyKL
my or any lingering disease as tb v
violating tho laws of health tbui 4
the functions of tha bodv should BOtj
Thousands of those whose health ba
Imoalred have found relief In a neJ2j
under tbo careful treatment of us q
Co <
Do you I
Ar you tm
morulas IMA
an taeer tPPtW
brcaltfait d
looking fTVnk
pleasurable gj
tlons to tb P7f
of the d T Itp
are MrAWKi
If not t > l
like ottitr f C
k an y f
w Kir
e e =
wCS t
iiSS r S Al rheumstl01 rzi 1
lormi aj0 ±
d yLivviyw
Addrtss or call on PR
J09 Alamo Plata Sao Antonl0 1
Mall bv
treatment alven jjsr1
tom blank No 1 for mtu iAu
No 1 fcr akin diseases

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