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'1 BHYAM.TEXAS, HJESDAY MOHNING, AUGUST 8. 1801) Vol. IV. No. 217. 1 ! r W1 )iMS ya on ri:xi, i ' on! a t'Ai ? ' a r . W will w' "i i.irK-i-irK I ioktkait r.r 4 : Swift's rremiinn Hams, Iiroakfast Hacon, Lard, received July J'.tth., IS'.i'j. Lihbys' canned Meata, Sweet Tickled Uellies, l'.acon liellies for broiling. Extra Fancy Mackerel, John son Creamery Uutter, White Cloud and Double Crown Chee.-o on Ice. Houston Slcam Uread received daily. Fresh Dozier I'.akery Cakes and Crackers. Kvery article guaranteed to he as repreent ed or we will take treasure in exchan'in fame. (live us your Kf0('ery account for August and get the 15et. fc'hty Lire lt anil Mot of Them lied Watery i raves. MANY YET MISSING. Ferty Lire Last by a Trolley Car Pluming In a I'ond and Twenty killed by a (iangplank Hrrak lug In Tnain. Howell BROS.. GROCERS and COFFEE ROASTERS. TEXAS BAKERY AND BOARDING HOUSE. OTTO ISOntlMI:, Proprietor. All kind f Fresh bread and Cake kept com-tantly on hand. Supplies furnished on short notice for picnic and barleeue. I aui running a Free 1 v-ry wagon and will l.livT your order at your doors. My bakery in a home enterprise and deserve the patron age of the people with whom 1 live and epend my money. My rate are l.(rt) per day fir special prion by the week or month. Phone Li. 1 herself into pool of water at an at an dotied stone quarry. Her body wa fished out by neighbor. The fact brought by an Investigation cf the coro tier are that ttie young girl had loved it an unfortunate way, ami the mother de clared the would find tome way to un her ildKhW. During the night tb mother an, Went down atair and out her daughter throat with a raxur, which waa left lying in the room, In her itrnggle for Ufa the girl threw o her bauds, which were cat with th raxur. WHITES AND BLACK CLASH. Good Groceries. Bridgeport. Conn.. Aug. 7. As fur ai known -40 person were killi-l by the ac cident on the Stratford extension of the Shelton Streut Kaili ay company Sunday afternoon when a loaded trollej c.ir went off the tr.tto over iVrk'a Mill pond at ( MiiKiie, alamtMX miles north of I'ridgepurt, and iik in the Hat -i 1 ' feet ls-low. Only two jK-rwn escaped unharmed It in U-lu-veil that there were 4:1 pa--u (Tern on the car. hut the indicator w.e removed by a conductor of another cur an 1 spirit-si away, ho that at present it la iniKi.ilil to state accuratt ly the number aWrd. The scene of tho accident i midway between Sheltoti and Bridgeport. The trestle in 4-W f.- t long, made of Iron. with t. me foundation and wa not pro-. . i i i .i . t . i ... .i... i leeieo. iij guar, raus. ."xiuiu ui iuo trestle wan an incline down which the car ran at a hinli rata of peoL After It ran on the trestle for atnt 10 fwt. the tru kleft the rail and then the car Continued on the tie for about " fis't when it went off the treetle atiddroppet'. In the jH.nd In-low, overturning com pletely and niendiiii. When the car atrut-lc. the 4-ton motor and the lutnvj trucks criishel into it, instantly killing tnnny o. the pawnuer. A inorirne was improvised In the main room of the town hall at Stratford and in a very short time '.'.1 Uslie were laid out awaiting ideiitilii-ation. The accident wax witnessed by Miss rtneis IVck. who reiil. s aiiout 4l"ifs-l from th bridif". She was upstair at ber home as the car was passim;, ami she says th c.ir was running unusually fast Th rad which is practically con trolt. d by the I'ridifepurt Traction com pany, was ots-iieil I' j- tratlio li.-t 1 Iiurs- day. GANGPLANK GIVES WAY. Twnlf board, with OTTO BOEHME, DKYAN, I Have Just Received An elegant line t.f Ni thercole Silver Hracf' et, Kriendsliit) Hearts and Brai-flets, which I air? HellinR very doxe for Firt-clii.-n (iiKtdc. I have a large line of LOCK BRACELETS SOLID COLO. COLD FILLED and STERLING SILVER. SOLID COLD HURTS. ETC. My line of GOLD BltOOCIIKS are up-to-date. I call your attention to my lino of Alarm Clock of high Rradea continuous alarm. Aloo cheaper prado freh and new. Walnut 8-day Clocka as cheap a can he cold. Call for my new silver Metal Spoons, .V) tents per set guaranteed to filial Molid silver. We will engrave ,'ree of charge trom date all good bought of us, no matter bs to prico and iiiantity, we want your traile and will appreciate same. Cut (Jlas, Silver Novelties, Watches, KU. at the lowest prices, which must he seen to appreciate the low prices. -J. IVI. Caldwell, Agt. IF YOU WANT 21 lllllll Am well fixed to do good work, and will do your york as well and at as low prioen ns It can bo )! Jiyone.. aaatBS iSl'ATKK HACKS i LITC 'r ' 'ersne. Are liee.t aeil Mnr lie II.I..I la the Water. lliir Ilarls-r, Me , Autr. " A .-ore of ts-rsoiis were killed Sunday by the col lapse of the Kam; ilanlc of the Mount Insert ferry. Th Maine Central ran excursion to Ii.tr Harbor from all eei tioiis of its lino in Maine, the attraction beiiiK the warships which were eijN-ct-fsl Sunday. All the tnornimc ltif train packed with excursionist were rushimi to li ir Hartsir. When the exctir-ion train from I5an- Kor arrived at the ferry, thero was a rush for the steiiin.-r Sappho. A few passengers crossed the KH?w"y aafely, and it is estimated that '-'' people were massed on the plank. Suddeuly they felt the plank K'v way bueath tliem. The Ioiik timber ml'portinK the plank broke In the middle. Tho hititc held np one end and the chain the other, while the broken rnd tif the plank dropped and a striiRk'Hn. acreatuing niaiM of humanity waa plunjrcd into the water, 13 feet below the wharf. A few cluiiK to the Inclined aides of tho plank, but at least 1-'0 were trnKglinu In the water. The piling of tho wharf ' par tially penned them in on three aider, and the boat lyin at the wharf, closed the ontur end of the ois-nlnif. After tin first moment of atnperfaction the work of rescue bciran. Itope and life pro- aervera were throwu to the crowd, but In the panic the people In the watet clutched one another and many sank thin in groups iu a death grapple, Many wore taken from the water un conscious and were revive-1 with diftl cnlty. The frel'hthou at the ferry wa turned into a morgue, the bodies Iteinp taken there for identillratlon a fast a recoventl S'vent4s-n have Is-eu recoy- reil. Threeothers were taken on board the Sappho nud died on the way to Hai Harlsr. The exact nnmlier of dead will not 1 known for aonm tiin yet, aa a strong wind twept -titnler tho pier and mum .ladies may have Is-en carrleil away by Oae While Msb aad ll.e S.rm Are WoHedMl la aoalb 4'arullM. fire-nville, H. C, Aug. 7. A raoe riot occurred at the 1'is) cotton mills, near this plvti Sunday night in which one white man and five negroe were Woutub-d. Hsrly in the evening several negris-s allot into the home of Mr. Ireen- Ix-r-, the mil uprator, while his family Were at supper. No one was injilre-1 by the -Lota, but (irecnlierg't frieiida fol lowel the ni'gris-i and captured their leader. He was Uk-n to jaiL Ii'-porU were circulated among the Decr-t that be wat lyricheil. Two huti'lred of them ai'pe:irel at the mills. Mcsseni-ers siiuiiu,,nMl the wlnlrt men frmu (iri-enville ami a pitched battleen- ueL li-n O loin was the only white man Woiitidecf The live wounded lie-irris-s am unknown us they were immed iately taken off by meinhern of their own racn to prevent arrest K.h Kl.l.r !(. ros.lf lajared New York. Aug. 7. W. j. Murpuy, who 1 said to have resigned a juilge- nhipinthe Indian Territory to enlist with hi frienil TedJy Itneyelt. in the rough rider, waa very ld!r used np In a street fight with W ilhain A. Itobin aon a younr; clerk, lioth wm arresU-1 but Murphy was too nek to appear in couit, and Kobinsoti wat alsuit to fx Jischarge-1 after paying a tine of . when the police were informe-l that the Injured man waa quite low. Magistrate Meado fixe.1 Robinson Uil at f-VS. pending the result of of Murphy' in juries. It took 17 stitches, skillfully inserted by a anrgeon, to make Mur phy face presentable. Wife Itoaler la Jsll. Fairbnry, Ills., Aug 7. AdamSchoen rH'k, who ao brntally Is-at his wife at their home in the southeastern part ot this county that she i now at ib-ath disir, was landed auccessfnlly in the Jail. The crime ha aroused the entire aec.tion, and had not Sheriff Talttt re moved S-hiM'iiro-k to l'oiitiac, which is HO mile away from the acene. no doubt the people Would have taken the law in to their own hand. That's OUR Strong: Po'r Low Prices. That's YOUR Strong Pc a f Amimj the many gcxd things just received, wc call attention to Bre Creamery Tea as can be A peache for cr A IVlocha anrj White h ii Our Le- LAWpCEr,v3 u THE PEdP GENERALJ Mllilla I..IM 4 I.t.Isb.I. I'leveland. Aug. 7. Kor the firt time In over two week the city is practically without military pMt.H-ttoa The with drawal of troop leave the civil authori-tii- to again co with any disturbances that may take place. More people ar apparently using the Itig Consolidati-d cars in order to reach the business por tion of the city now than at any timr aiuce the strike legan. Tbe wife of President Spilker Union National bank of Muncie, baa been grauted a divorce and alimony. AtMogollon. N. M., Mr. Caveraa and ber grandchild wera drowned. : Mi (ieneva Buron. a magar writer. ba Ix-en w-ldel to Isaac Sch r, a Hebrew of Elkhart, Ind., and braced the Jewish faith. While melting carUilio acid ( at Springville, 111., Mr. rrei wa fatally burned. Mr. Mack Uncling and Le'' a crippled, the latter W) year in a Junk cart from Kokoma Two totirij-ta and two killed by an avalanche i Two officer and an I t capture an all Tawnee, O T. Th I a shower of built I President , ley Telephone c : aiidhaggil at ' Tie CVlitral ; UUdiaen. Ala.. ' eniploT ra' GENERAL NEWS. Fred I'help. 14 year old. wa cut In in two by a train at Paoli, Ka. Mrs. William Hale waa killed by lightning near Eldorado, Ka. Kay Jones, the alleged abductor ol Mis Nellie Merger, narrowly eacaped lynching at Rochester, Ind John and Alpbonsa Coerver, fathel and son, were killed by a train at Wat erloo. Ilia Allwrt E, Crlton was aecretly mar- rid to Mis Eva J. Stanton nine yean ago, but It waa not generally known until a few day ago. Carlton now me at Colorado Spring, Cola, for a divorce. A train at York. 111., demolished a wagon containing two boy and killed both. John William shot hi divorced wift fatally at Cortland, Ills., and then nul cided John Hendley, a stockman, baa been mod at Perry, O. T., for 13,000 ami cattle and property by bia two listers. In attempting to separate two fighters at Ardmore. I T . Clay II. Stinnett, a prominent citixen, wa shot and killed! by an outsider. Galena and Empire City, Kaa,, may Consolidate. Remorse over a coufessed murder com mitted in lMit ha caused an old aoldiet to become insane at Oreentown, Ind Miss Emma L Hart sues Sheriff Wd llamt of Hot Spring. Ark., for f.M.ODo, charging him with the death of her father, James E. Hart, during the riot of March 111 last A half block of building at Lake Charles, La., valued at fMl.ixH), includ ing Swift' livery stable, burned. A TV f i J a V r HOT CO TU Can he ( J Bryan Vat powekS 1 wr Autm .Nursery, i 4 j will be lad t. nr'ler U3 anri nritlP.m j (J o UIIU Vlj,,'"i 3 tJ ;'!" AND StJBERT M class iLr1 Jb.!y 1 11 L J J I,: llbe 7K '.. "TV a J V' t,e!'t, ic. -tr '. a: i O Hit V '5 .1 the? r OUItv 3 1 W. II. CoV var"'!i;f Sl,,ilh- M .a , iil.h Uil I"1 inUi-d . ' s- . I HTHFT.T. t I ALLAH. ST? .v- 7 j: ii o