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Vol. iv. No. ur:t.
UliYiVJS, TEXAS, TUJCSDAY MORNING. BEPTEMUEIt 10, 1800. lJrico 5 Cent p. p. I! Vi PJ PI KM T IT GLORY SI. 25 Per BaUvia Canned (ioodn, 1'renerves, etc. Fresh Iloasted Coffee. Houston Steam Bread received daily. Doiier Bakery Cake and Crackers. Uneeda Biscuit, I' need a (iinjer Wayfer, 10c package. Double Crown Cheque on ice. Johnson Creamery Butter on ice. Old Faidiion Open Kettle. Mola-ee in gallon and one half gallon cans 05 cent and 35 cents r can. Lake Cittcoeg in Tomato Sauce, ricklut, htr, 2 can 25c Swift's Premium Hams and l!rcakfst Ilacon. Thw ie-t" i or specialty. Kvery article xuarauttd lo ((lease. If not a customer give us a trial. (ilKKEUS ASP COFFEE KOASTEKS. yy1,",1"! tnnpi 111,1 .i.ini i. n n , , j x FRANKLIN BROS., BUTCHERS AND MEAT DEALERS. Wo Buy HIDES. WOOL AND PELTS. And Pay tho IIIGIIKST MARKET PRICES. TWO rURKl-TS-One in ing and one next li. Mike's 1JRYAN, : : : A GOOD SQUARE Is what you wiiiit when vim come to town Com.- to the old reliable TEXAS BAKERY AND BOARDING HOUSE and you will get. FRE5M BRUAl) and CAKL-5 Kc(t constantly on hand. Conic and get wha you want. MI2ALS 25 CENTS. $l.x per day for ilay hoard, with special priics by the week or uioiilh. PICNICS and BARM-CUES Supplied on short notice with nnlliiii wiintcd to cat, fixed up in any Mle desired. Cotnn to Boo Mo., OTTO B0EHIY1E, skS33 BRYAN, ew Feed Store! We have on hand now good COKN, HAY, line SKKI) OATS, COTTON SEED MEAL and HULLS and WHEAT I5UAN that we will deliver to any part of the city. WOOTEfl & HARDER. Sanger Old Stand. "''HWHTtM) 'I1 7a FLOUR, ! Sack. I I: :4 iu i i miiiw'wi;.- yBj.wi-' a)"d 14 13 :"1 i -jf City Market Huild d(Mr to John Store. : TUXAS. I MEAL TEXAS. Telephone. 52. f SEVES SES DEAD. They Are Mint IHwd by While Miners in Illinois. TWO ARE WOUNDED. The Treshle Hate Bark a Year Ago, Whra the Mark Took the Hares eflbe White In the Mines ar fartrrvllle. Carterville. III., Kept JH.-A bloody riot occurred her yesterday In which even negrt were killed and two other received alight injuries. The dead are: Iter. O. T. J. Floyd. Ilmw Bradley, John Black. Henry Bar buiii. Sam Cummins, Jim Hayes and an nnidentiQed negro. Tho trouble grew oat of the conflict which ha existed all the summer be twfrn tlit whita minora of thin rmrt of tlia otsta and negro nonunion nilnrra ainl tli littintiou ia coiuidrl criticaL Company C. Kourth reinmnt Illinois oatiunal Ruar l. arrival here Kunday aveuiiitf under ordi-ra from Kprin)(fild to krp tl ipa. xdtin!Ut is in txnM. The neirTiMara gathrrH at the Iirtmh miiiMi, near tha city, and am in a vio lent UU of nciteineiit be'uiie of tbe killinit of their companion. Tha pres ence of aoldler. however, may prevent Uiem rarryinK out any plan of revenge. Tho lniT trouble hern i elixely ayo riated with that at I'ana and conflict between triking whita miner aud ne- i;ro nonunion miner ha re.iilt.il in Ooli.iilerable liiea of life and made it neisnt.ary to keep M-veral compauie nf state militia on duty here for itevi riil month. Tli tronblo baa laatd fur over a year and only lant Monday had thn (ili'litiuim hern tm-amn peaivful noti(h to warrant the withdrawal by Governor Tanner of tha taut company of miliUry. Siuw then the white miner of this pi me have refuwd to allow tlm negroe to (siiim into town, alway meeting them and orderuiK them back. Sunday, however, lit neirroe, all arnml. marched into town tfoinif to the Illinoi (Vntral drj.it. It H c1hiiih1 their purpoM wan to tnke a train and leave Carterville. The ii'iuil cViiwd of white, miner gath reil, however, and a wordy quarrel, re ultiui; in a riot by oim of the rietrroc u.iiiK In. pistol. A fnill'l of bnlleUi followed with the al.ive rexulta. Kolill.ra Keaplaf Order. Carteroville, HU Sept K Soldier are patrolling the treet and guarding the mine property againut an attack a a remit of the battle in which neven ne gro nonunion miner were killed and two wounded Sunday. Although all i apparently iuint, the fear ia that fur tlier outbreak may oome any moment Si i far no rrets of thoee who partici pated in the thooting have ln ma-le. Waal a Marble (.pC Knnvrille. Sept IH. - (Jeneral Man ager Frank K Oannon, of the Southern railway ha been in thia city to OonNr with marble men relative to the con itruction of tbe new pawieriger depot in tin city. Tbe btimnee organixation of Knoxville have petitioned Mr.Oannou to have the depot built and Hniabed in Eat Teuneaaee uiarUe, Hi umulon ia to ascertain coot of un h contruction. He will fiirni.li marble men cupie of the plana that they may make entiiuate on a marble ctmatruction. fatal lluial Mrs. Olidden. Tex., Kept IH. A moat di atron (ire viited thin village Satur day, destroying the Moiitnre hotel, a large 3-tory Mrnctnre. Many of the room were occupied by gnit. all e oapingexivpt Mr. P. MiHiinre, wife of the proprietor, who wa fatally burned in endeavoring to rem-ue the inmate. Ktrlfca W ill Caallnn. Cleveland. S'pt 1--At a meeting of the striking utrcet railway men it wa decided by an tmaniniou vote to con tune the strike. Four hundred striker. Ware present and(ee-be were ma le ill which victory wa predicted The ipii tion was decidiol by a rising vote, every Dmu present Handing np. Kesih or William l-ana;. Euni. Tex.. H.pt IH. Will Lang, a prominent young limn of Comicaua, diel here Saturday night He wa privnto secret iiry to Minister V. V. Lang when tlmt geiitlemaii reprvsentetl thia country at the (ieriuan court Klnl.heil I'sjlng Ilia Inillaas. El H.'iio, Sept. IH. -The disbiirsiti agent (or the government hnveflniidied paying the Cheyenne and Arrapaho In iliaus about f M.IHMI duo them semiali nually from tho l'niud State for then laud. 1'al King Not (iullly. lieevill. Tex . Sept IH, -The jury in tha case of Tat King, charged with kill ing a Mexican, brought in a verdict ol not guilty. In the trial it waa allow u that King acted in selfdefense. liaaltosel from assallava. L.neoke, Tex , Sept. 14. Conaidera ble excitement exista ber over the amallpox situation in Oreenvilla. Tbe people fear it will get here a there are bo quarautiie restriction yet Shot al Ilia Mobm. Texarkana. Tex. Kept 1 lien Mil ler waa abot four time through tbe body at hi home Tbe wound are consider ed fatal, and tbe man dalkate consti tution will add to hi peril TWO NEW BATTLESHIPS. at.araarg KoaaV lor llsr OIBatol Trial aa4 the K.atsrtr Mo Isr Maklaa. New York. Sept !, The new battle hip Kenarge, which arrived here Sun day from Newport Newt, left the man of-war anchorage at Tompkioaville early tly and proreeled to the nary yard. Preparation bare been begun there to put tbe warship Into drydock a soon aa possible. She baa not been out of water alnce ber launching a year ago, and her nrnWUxly U probably rery fouL Sho will tie scraped and painted aud start Wednesday or Thureday for Boston, where the official trial of the !ard will go aboarL An effort will lie made to bring the battleship back in time to participate in the Dewey cele bration. Ksatackr Alum t'smulotoe. Newport New. Va.. Sept. 11-The builder' trial of the iirstclaaa tottleship Kentucky, a sister ship of the Kearaarge, will take place about the first week in Octolwr. The Kentucky ia only about j four week behind the Kearsarge and i almost in condition to go out for her first run outside the Virginia cape, Her official trial will take plaoe in the Ut ter part of October. The Kearsarge, which will return here about Kept '. will go in commission in November. The Kentucky will follow her in December. The buililers will then give their atten tion more closely to tbe Illinois and hurry her to completion. Frsparlsg (or Work. Chicago, Srfpt IN. -The Democratic national committeemen are holding a coiif.-rence in thi city for the purtsMe of listemug to Uf.'gcntiuiit about organ ixation and preliminary champaign Work. Three sulsMiiuiuitU-e of the na tional coiuuiitte held aepcrate meetings for tbe purixme, of forming a permaneut rgaiiU.it ion. Afterward they held a Joint meeting that wa presided over by Chairman Johnson of the executive committee. The latter holy will provide for the opening and maintenance of per manent headquarter in Chicago and place Chairman Johnson in charge of it The ways ami meaua committee are to assume coiiiui.iu l of the tinuncial part of the work. Mrs. Ills. k burs Ifesd. Versailles. Ky., Sept 18. Mr. J. 0, Blackburn, wife of ei Senator Black burn, died here of heart disease, aged 00. Mr. Blackburn left borne few daya ago, hi wife' health showing great improvement He waa on hi way from the east when she expired. At her bedsiile were all of her children except one daughter, the wife of CoL William P. Hall, United State army, who ia ill in Washington. Mr. Black burn wa the daughter of the late Dr. Chris C (iraham, a no'ed Keotuckian and ceutenarian. Al(.r Will Withdraw. Chicago. Kept 1S.-A dispatch to tbe Time Herald from Detroit say that General Russell A. Alger has decided to withdraw from the senatorial race. Alger Withdraws. Detroit Sept. H.-reneral R A. Al ger ba given out a letter, written br himself in New York on Sept H, In which he announce hi withdrawal from the caudidacy for United State senator. ralar Rasldeae of Mrs. Irrsxraa. London, Sept 18. It i reported that Uaitre Labor! aud Madame I)ryfua visited Folkatone. five milee from Dover on Saturday and engagel apartment where Madame Dreyfn and children will dwell in the event her husband ia pardoned. M Lalsiri la reported to have been much affected by the kindly expres.ioua toward himself and Madame Dreyfus while at Folkstone. Delroll al La Uusra. Washington, Sept H. -- A cable re wired at the nary department from San Jnan, Porto Ulco, state that the Detroit sailed from that place Saturday for La Unayra, Venctul. She ihould now be at that port. 1'nitod State Minister Lomia, ia hurrying his departure from Wasliiugton, Iss-ause uf thn grarity of the situation in Yenextielav Will !(nir.t a Hodairtloa. Chuttansgii. Sept. 1 It ia learned that thn southern nwx-intion nf Hour uulli rs will make a ileuiHiid iism aoiilh em rnilroinls for a reduction In freight rates on ll'inr of four cent per ;o to put it on equal ha iia with rates on wheat. Tins action was taken at the Ooliveutioll of millers laid hern last Week. KIT for .triawnas Washington. Sqit. IH Secretary and Mr, (luge have li ft Washington fur Arixotia via Chicago, While iu Anion tbe secretary will make a trip to I rami One Never The habit of eating, no matter the span of life, anJ eo its best to keep conditions right; its best to use the fooils that give greatest comfort and pleasure, that are pure anil healthful. Keeping always the f best, and passing it along at economical prices, is what attrac ts good buyers towards this store and is tho basis of our excellent and growing trade. JOHH X THE ORIGINAL KUTTER."" V fW Canyon, Colorado.' They will return In time to meet tbe president and party at Chicago on Oct IV, at tbe laying of tbe corner stone of th Federal building there. Hw York Bssk Clossd. Rochester, Sept 14 Tbe First Na tional bank of Pen Van did not open for business thi morning. Tbe officials pisvted a notice in the window that thn wa closed pending the arrival of an examiner. Thecapital stock wa fiO.OoO. Liabilities will not exceed il.OOU. Attempt al Kalrlde. Quincy. 111., S-pt K --William Mor gan, son of General James D. Morgan, famous iu the civil war, made a deliber ate attempt bere at suicide by throwing himself before an electric car. Ha was seriously injured. Karorclng the Kaodar Uw, Dallas, Sept IS. The Sunday law is strictly enforced in Dallas. Sunday three or fonr persons were arrested on the charge of violating the 9 to 4 closing law. I. U. & X. Excursion. To Cincinnati National Con vention Chrif tian church, October 13 20; tickets on r-ale October 10-11, limit October 2.1; one fare for round trip. To Austin United Daughter of the Confederacy, Octoler 18-19. Tickets on sale OctoUr 17th and train arriving in Auctin morning of the 18th; limit OctoWr 21t. Very low rate. Any a-ent can give full particu lar. 1). J. Trice, (J. I'. & T. A. l'alectine, Texas. StrnyM or Htolen. One bay mare mule about or 7 years old, about 14 hands high, has a lump on li ft shoulder. A reward will l paid for information to recovery of animal. d2Mw48 A. D. McConnlco. wSwl When in need of anything in Groceries. We will pive you our personal attention, and guarantee satiefaction. Our facili ties for handling the city bui-incM are complete. TRY BATTLE AXE FLOUR At 81 p r click, Prexsod Mackerel and Herring is'.'!) catch, Fresh Satier Kraut, Kvnporated Apple, Cream and l'.rkk Clioci-e. We al.-o nell Ku-t Proof Out "0 rent a bushel rush, Wheal and Millet for chicken feed, Alfalfa Hav. D. MIKE, JR., & GO. I m 1, T Gets Over! B. MIKE. ( SOME BARGAINS IX REAL ESTATE. See Hudson & Nail. ien Estate Agent's, Office rp-tdairs Over J no. M. Lawrence & (Vs Store. FARM ISO acres on thn II. AT. C railroad between llryan and llenrhler in the Thompson creek neighlorhood known as the Jesse Taylor place, Web improved. DWELLING New five-room hoot and lots, near graded school building the Mrs. Mary Mooring place. DWELLING Fire-room Louie oo lot and a tie.ll ot ground In eastern par of town. Wtter works; well of splendid water. A bargain. Dwelling and 2 acre of land In west ern part of city, for sale exceedingly cheap. NOTICE. If yon have any real estate to sell that yon are willing to part with at a price that will make it saleable, place it 'n our bands and we will find yoo t, purchaser. HUDSON & NALL. MIM WMmHHMItHsW tess "wg'w'sw