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Crisp and Choice Culling! Condensed fre Daily Press. from RACY ROUND-UPS RENDERED READABLE. A Complete Breviary of Inlereitlng Mem. Gathered trom Atl Parti ol the Empire Slate ol TenaiCarelully Selecl.d. .!. It Alderman Baroa l Gainesville .ij pi IT UIQ U TA DT I M Tlllfl been deoUrod Ineligible by the elty ' U U I HIO ntAHI IN I WU. council, not having bcon a resident A Most Cowardly Murder GrowiJfJ Out ol Rivalry lor a Cyprian's Affections. MANY JEWS OP YALTA KILLED BY A MOB. t In L'UiCttu county resides a "boss" tiogro for ehlhUcu. Ms name Is .Muses Williams. IIo Is f5 yoars old, vtvy shmt iind quite healthy. Ho was married twleo und had bom to him foity-llvo children by tho two wives. My tho ilrst ho had twenty , three I'hildren three boys and twenty girls bv the second twenty-two chil- dien two boys and twenty girls. He has forty grundehlldieu. At Union Valley, In Wilson county, three pons of tho late Pink Iludgins of that pluco went by moonlight to enjoy u neighbor's watermelons Tho owner hud poisoned tho melons and ns tin' boys uto hcuitlly one died in the patch, another foil dead as ho ellmed oei tho fence and the third manured to 1 each homo, though in a dying con dition, telling tho fato of hU broth orb. At Sim Antonio, when the United btatos commissioner read tho chargo to J. I) May of attempting to rob tho San Antonio and Aransas Pass train recently, and asked him whether ho was guilty or not, and whether ho wanted an attorney 01 not, tho pris oner, who seemed very dejected, re plied: "I don't wunt any lawyer. I don't need any. I am guilty. " 1J. MeDanicI, county judgo of Kills county, lined Judgo M. P. Teinplcton so oral times tho bumo day, amount ing to jJfHc, and ordered the sheriff to remove Judgo Teinplcton from tho court and Incarcerate hlra until tho fine uu- paid. Judgo Temple ton ha- filed a suit against the county judge for -t 5 "no actual and if 50. 000 exem plary damages. At Port Worth rccontly a shooting scrapo In tho Merchant's national bank occurred between Mr. A. P. Smith, cnshler of the bank, and Mr. R. M. i'age, flist vice-president. There were toven shots fired in all. Mi, i'age received a slight flesh wound in tho left bUIo. Mr. Smith is unhurt. Both woro arrested and gave bond.. for twolvo months prior to Ms elec tion. A comparison of the tax asp-sor 1 oils -of tho city of Dallas shows a nhrinkagoof $1,000,000 in one year, aggregating now $21,000,000. 1. M. Smith was klllod by the cars 1 of tho Mls&om'i, Kansas und Tux a railway at the Echo junction two miles from Temple recently. At Paris recently a (iertnan gar- dencr named fatelnko was arrested Omaha, Neb., July 17. Andrew charged with attempted assault on his . Ryan is tho victim of one of tho most housekeeper, Mrs. Volmar. cowardly murders over committed. The ratio of illiteracy among tho Tho slayer is (icorge alias "IJonosey" chldicn in Dallas entitled to attend Williams. J. no murder was com- "Tom King," a Discarded Wile, Bccomei in Out law, Leader ol a Daring Band, ond It Arrcrted for Hone Stealing. public (schools Is: Whites 3.10, and colored 20. CO per cent. There were 700 head of beef rattle rccontly shlppod from Cutulla. Somo to Chicago, nemo to New Orleans and homo to St. Louis. Tho biidgo ovor Mlllcieek on tho Austin branch of the Houston and Tonus was burned recently trains tor a while. m it tod early yesterday morning in front of a liouso of ill-fame in tho lowor part of town, Ryan was liter ally cut to pieces by his assailant and death was almost Instantaneous. Tho men had been rivals for tho affections of ono of tho inmates of tho dive, Saturday night they were together with friends at tho place drinking. delaying One oi tho party paid for a bottle of beer with n t bill and when tho Citv fieri: William M-t.raln of Dal- change was returned Williams and lus has losigncd. Ho issumoiiau Gcorgo Poylo quarreled over the shoit, but his bond is good. amount. Ryan took sldos with Poylo . 1SH SMoftn( at thQ flido of t" -Ioop and waited tu l:!u tonyy-;Bt.&00 forUnnto come out. When ho a p- nt drill's sale recently. Uw mm,dci.er poimcod up0n A Mexican named Francisco went him with a largo clasp knife and be lli bathing In tho Gtuiduluno river at fore anv ono could interfere ho in- ilietod eight wounds, cutting Ryan's heart in two, cutting his throat and West Shore day express- No. 1 was f ivrecked in tho yard In tn southern part of tho city yesterday, Sovoral persons wore klllod and fifteen or twenty injured. Two of the dead had oach an arm torn off. Tho train con sisted of nn engine, baggage car, throe day coaches and a Wugnor sleepor. The train was- well fillod with passengers. Car No. 71, in which nearly all tho casualties oc curred, had every scat fillod. Tho train wus a fow min utes late at Cornwall and made tho distanco from that place to tho southern limits of Nowburg at a very rapid rate. It crossed Quas aulck creek, a mile south of tho sta tion, ran a fow rods further undor tho Pennsylvania Coul company's brldgo, then ran Into an open switch In tho West Shore yard. In that yard a train was standing ready to pull out to tho main track. The day express onglne struck tho freight engine with terrlblo forco. Tho engineer jumped and was slightly hurt. Tho fireman also jumped and craped Injury. Tho train crashed through the freight and all tho cars are more or less smashed. Day coach No. 71 following tho sleeper hod its side torn off. The soeno HOME-MADE CLOTHES. of n Ut DrU JtrcilU 1111 I.xprrlcuce Ullaj-i' liny. "Abo's a groivin boy now, nn E I'ccon I'd bettor cut this suit o'clothosj good an' large to allow for his flllla1 out and longthonliV," remarked Mrs. Davis briskly, as alio stood shear ial hand in front of tho dining-room table on which the cloth for- Abe's now suit was spread out. Abo lbokuri wistfully at his father. "Well, now, Murthy," t-ald Mr. Davis mildly to his energoth holp mate, "I dunno as I'd cut, it to much moro'u fit Abo ef I was you. Roys aro pooty hard on their elotln s any way, an' I cal'late u the tin 10 Abo has growod too tight 10 be comf'taido into that suit it' 1 be about wore out." Mrs. Davis look- a -loubtf'i i,, at her hubband. He had not a r. . itation for groat llboralln, yet h to he was advocating a plan which was almost surotorosult in a j-nr-. waste of goodoloth." for Abo had no younger brothor to take his outgrown 1 tothns "Ye sco." bogan Mr. Davis again, feeling that he wanjhe object of em barrassing scrutiny Trom his thrifty Goiualos and drowned. Piom June :10, 1890, to Jan. 1, 1893, there has been 12G miles of railway constructed In Texas. The htute penitentiary board Is making an Inspecting tour of convict farms and camps. in this car was terrible. Sovoral 1 8l,0UsQ- "I alius ree'lect ahoy that laying open his breast and abdomen. The murderer has confessed. persons were killed outright and near ly all the rest moro or less injured, Those able to walk started out on foot for the station and wero seen with bruised and bleeding faces mak ing their way painfully and slowly la tho hot sun. William II. Callahan of the Pennsylvania 00 al ofllco near the scone, heard the crash and upon learning the causo sent word to the central telephone ofllco to notify every was rained in Lndorvillo, not fur from whore wo lived till I was wotl Inter my teens. ' His mother mado it a practice to 'allow' on that boys clothes tho . whole during time, an' It was a drot I ful trial to him, I can tell yo, I I know him pooty woll, beln' ralsod In , tho same town, yo see. "IIo was a kind of a plndlln.' lanky boy, an wouldn t hev looked pollcoman in the city to go to the oxtry good, anyway, but his olothes rMIIUl OlltlllM, Guinmn, Ok., July 17. Tom King, charged with horse theft, who ea- V. 11. 111)1 ot Chicago shot himself caped from tho Oklahoma City Jail on tho bcich at Galveston recently, thtce weeks ago, was capturod horo Ho will recover, , at midnight Saturday night. The l'nink Attoway, 14 years old, has prisoner Is n woman, though dressed boon arrested at Commorca on a ln men's clothing for months and i chargo of theft. affects tho style and manner of a cow- I rn .r r. . i in i hoy- Sho wus n half-brocd Cherokeo 1 , .nnn C, !" i Ti gi who married a liveryman named , about 50,000 on freight yards and do. . of thu c smJ&l ymn I r19 m " aco' and last year hor husband found her valloy .Mills, uosquo county peoplo in a compromising situation with a aro eating watermolons raised in Bra- prominent physician and attempted, to zorla county, Blioot him. boon after sho loft here Tho work on the jeltlos at Sabine aai ,los' 8l,lccl 1j0'ii masquerading as Pass as also at Galveston Is progress- a ma anl loading a daring band. I Ing rapidly. - Tho city attorney of Fort orth 1 still making war on the variety J J tllfltftS. Ti..ni.. im.H n...i.tn ti. m.....JI HUkUllblV II lie, lUI Mill, VI1U 1,'IUUU. ',T r ,. ,,. , o4or. ol Henry Du-htr.. viho UvCii-JSSfJ;? "ypyi, powaer an-aQ. about Ilvo mtlos north of Lancaster, i , -- - - --- ---v i the Btreots, UUillUU. nnn,ml 1. ra...o nA tn,1 In t,o The grasshoppers aro destroying ' theaocupants from town. Tho Jows tho cotton around Saralvo, E1U fougllt baok. A dozen woro dragged county. into the streets and boaton, Many Chinch bugs are doing great dam- "'ore klllod. Houses owned by Jows ago to corn in some parts of Grayion wero p'-undorod and wrecked. Troops county. Work on tho Fort Worth and Dallas electric road is to begin in a fow weeks. Tho city council of Waxahachle Is negotiating lor a system ol water Ganoway. accused of the murder of wol'ts' old man Harrison, near .Simon. I. T.. Waco will spend ffoOO per month in making her advantages known to tho world. scene and ln half an hour there vor a dozen doctors attonding tho wound od. Four persons weie killed in stantly and seventeen wero more or loss Injured. Munj Jen. KUI.d. i St. Petersburg, July 17. The Jews of Yalta ln Crimea refused to 1 obey the docreo to retire Last week Dallas county, accidentally shot him self fatally. Ho was trying to shoot a coon that his dog was ln a light with. Hocontly at Marshall tho G-yoar-old daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Hasllp was sttaoked by a vicious cow, which 'tossed hor about twenty feet in tho air and Injured hor so that sho Is not xpected to llvo. II. J, Bacon of Falntrock, ltunnols county, who has been an execssivo cigarette smoker Is dead. It afToctod his brain and this, tho physicians Bay, was the cause ot his death. He was 40 years of ago. Tho railway projected near El Paso Is to bo called the Hio Grando North ern. It will extend from Van Horn on the Texas and 1'aolflo to San Carlos eoal mines, a distance of thlrty-flvo miles. jBl Vim, Bob and John Lee, who have ) fceenNn jail at Groenvlile, charged with the murder of Bob Wilson, near Wolfe City, five years ago, have been released from custody on $2000 bond (.ch. Judge B. II, Bassett, tho newly elected professor of law in tho state university, fell down tho hotel stefls at Austin and broke his leg. The In jury Is quite painful, but not danger ous. Near Itlslng Star, Eastland county, at a plcnlo, the little 4-year-old son of Mr. Hodnott foil ln the track of a flying-jenny and was severely out and bruised about the head and face. Surveys have been made for an ox tension of the Austin and Northwest ern to Mason from its present term inus at Marble Falls, Texas. The dis tance to Mason Is about forty miles. Y. K. Bell, a cattleman from Palo Pinto county, and Goat Walker had a shooting allalr ln tho White Elephant Baloon a few days &lnce. At Fort Worth. Nobody hurt. MissSuslo Zoouno committed sui cide at Belton recently taking mor phine. Sho had been engaged to a young man for several years and ho married another girl. Near Penntlsvllle, ln Anderson county recently, Warren Jones was shot by Jlmmlo Nicholson, a school teacher, botb colored. Their troublo was ubout money, A nogro in Bruzorla county was mot in tho road by a largo stray dog, whloh attacked him und bit him to death. Tho dog was uftorwards killed. It was inad. A fow days since at Kosso, LImo stono oounty, Or. W. A, Bedford was thrown from his buggy by a runaway horse and seriously hurt about the head. only .v- for their failure. A posse Ie(-ertoolt-pC'BsSsSsn-I4J3Utu",8 obos'Sd the bandit, to the suit c ots, broke into tho houses mountains, a running flro being kept ' a i... r. j .-t . ji. i tin fta Innir na t.liAw niilr1 tin aonr. Tim H K wore called to the town to r' ordor. Nono of tho rioter killed and but fow Injured. toro ) Takru to Artlmoris Ardmoue, I. T., July 13 norace So far this season 176 dogs have July 8, was brought hero yostorday from Cooko county, T'ox. Deputy Marshal Troeman will got $200 re ward for making his arrest. Harrison been officially and legally killed In was strucic with a heavy club, crush- Dallas. 'n6 '"s s'cu" at tt slnglo blow. The ,, ' . ., , . , , ., , oaso Is being investigated by Com- At Marshall Johnnie Fogelman died mlssioner Gibbons to-day. from the affects of a klok from a h"e- Killed a Juileo. At Yoakum on July 28, the people ClTr or Mexico, July 10. A sensa- wlll celebrate tho anniversary of the tlonal tragedy occurred In tho court- '0wn" room at Tabasco Thursday. An out- At Llano Willie Borrer was killed , law named Francisco ltodrlgnez was by his horse stumbling and falling on found guilty and the judgo had just him. finished reading his sentonco when September 21 Is Denlson's birth-' u.18 P"soner tirow nis pistol ana dis- Chlltlreji an.l line. Gutiihie, Ok., July 15 In tho 0ago country two little children of J. M. Hind wero attucked by wild hogs, and boforo tho unlmals could bo drlvon off tho youngest child was so badly mutllatod that it will die, and tho other was torn and lacoratod in a fearful manner. duv. and thnt nllv will , ,... ciiargeit it at tno old. The Knights of Pythias have organ- ized a lodge at Benjamin, Knox oounty. The streets ot Whitney aro being graded and paid for by subscription. 1 Tho railways of Texas are prepar ing to enforce the anti-scalpers law. At Calvert, Jim Moore while bath ing ln the Little Brazos was drowned. At Bolton, on July 4, the county clerk issued four marriage licenses. Tho Dallas cotton mill have closod down until tho tlrst of September. An election will bo held at Winsboro on tho 15th, Inst., for postmaster. A new postonlce has been establish ed attMaud, Bowie county. Whltocaps aro ropoi ted to be or ganized in Victoria county. Grayson county has just redeemed $4000 of hor jail bonds. At Greenville four "crap" shooters woro fined $17.70 each. Tho whlto barbers of Galveston will organize a union. Jacksonville, Cherokee county, wants a collego. Tho hay crop of the state will bo satisfactory. El Paso is to havo an .fSOOO Metho dist church. The colored barbors of Dallas are organized. ' Burglars havo been working Austin. magistrate. Tho bullet took effect, killing the judgo Instantly. Itiiln.il rroc. Bangor, Mo., July 14. A shower of millions of half-Inch toads Is re ported about Grand Falls. Tho roads are coverod with thorn. It Is thought thoy wero swept up tho river by thu waterspout that occurred a fow duys ago. An Imllikna I.ynchlnp. Vinoennes, Ind., July 15. Allen Butler, colorod, was lynched by a mob near his home ln Lawrence county, Illinois. Butler's son had se duced a white girl and Butler, who Is a horse doctor, performed an abor tion. Chief of the Sioux Dead. Pine Ridoe Agescv, July 15. Young-Man-Afraid-of-IIls-Horso, the head chief of tho wholo Sioux nation, dropped doad Thursday at New Castle, noar the Wyoming line, A Hallway- Dl.ii.te Nbwburo, N. Y Jul 14. The The Starr Oanr Again. Litti.f. Hook, Ark., July 13. Nows was reccivod here yesterday from Thompson, Ark., to tho otleetthnt the fragment of tho old Henry Starr gang of train and bank robbers Tuesday night made an uttempt to sack the generul store of John II. Pool of the ftVinvn nlnoR lint wnrn fplirlitnnnd offhv two doputy Vultod States marshal, motheruj wasn't quite so forehanded ...i ii.. ... T..t t i ... in In tiii-tli' lilnna nnfl .MitHti. wnuin mo mc run unt nuu in waiting " --- far fThn.rnmlnr ltot'lnrf noaVB nn- "An' I TCC lCCt 1DV latlXCp'S OaO tlce that tho attempt was to be made. sayln to me- rote-mn to that boy an Tho robbers had beon camped in the the J0? , ho looked, that h mountains a few miles from hero for viewed it 'more thlnga was up 114 several dayB. Tho nbseneo of Henry aUwia; than was evor wasted mamn' Star." their loader. Is thought to bo the a ffOo-VnlV . moan . ' ...'.... . irnva W I alluB hung ofC'n him, jost as ef he'd boon left out in the rain sometime und hud shrunk. "Ills mother wa'n't a master hand at cuttin' anway; not anywheres ai good a- you bo. Martha," said Mr. Da vis, fcolln- that horo was an oppor tunlty for a handsomo compliment, which was received with an air ot comeloua worth by his wife, "an1 It was a Borrerful night to boo that boyl "Ho never raught up to tho size of his garments, to my knowledge) novorl An other boys used to poke tun nt him conslu'blo boys whoso It more make Abo't V 1 say, jLeres near him, an' up as long as they could bo scot.. The robuors wero armed with W lnchostors. A Terrible Storm. New Orleans, La., July Bult cL grows out i tt fore it's wore git him a new ono." Mr. Davis wont oui the barn. and Mrs. Davis began to out the new suit, pinning it on to the patient Abo now and then to try the ottec. louth s Companion. When she said at last, 13. Th steamship Franklin, from Uonlto via fs.ll.tn CnnnloVi llnn.1iina i.plilnli n i,i .'... ..,in .,.,. ,!, aplacowuoro you can g ":r.fu,.:r."' '."? . ..' .. .. '. uurrlcd out to his father. u luuiuiu atuiiii DiYupu biiu iuuii v Honduras. The storm commenced July 8, lasting ten hours. Tho storm was blowing from tho northeast, veer ing to tho northwest and wost, thence 60iith and died away with tho wind from the east. Fruit plantations wero damaged badly. Vessels wero in jured. At llonlto 6000 bunehos of bananas awaiting shlpmont were washed away by heavy seas. A num patient ads i olTect. says WvJ got to go vjw,m he I'm roal obleogod to you, father, for what you said," ho remarked, with evident gratitude. "My last suit o' olothes was so big for me that" 1 Sho, boy, don't you s'poso I no ticed HP" Interrupted .Mr. Davis, 'i'our mother's a good hand at out ting, but she's got somo notions kind o' lljfo my mother's', sooms's at. ) ,in- mat ooy i was iouju' you of uor ot steamers loauing iruit supped r," ,rr-r r--. T. anchors and put in for tho harbor. ' rou nood;x. l ? l m., ,in,nA L ,Bnn i f-,,1 0. to your mother but I was that boy Much damage to houses and fruit wai done at Huatan, yTT Comet DUcorered, New Haves'. Conn., July 13 rrof. ' Elkins of the Valo university Is mak ing observations of a comot discov ered recently by a Salt Lake City amateur. Tho professor describes the new comet as an exceedingly beautiful object In appearance, about tho si 7,o of a star ot tho second or third magnitude. A number of photographs of tho heavenly stranger were made last evening and hU progross will bo studied when tho weather conditions permit the use of Yalo'a Inslrumonta rhim. Tofeka. Kan., July 13. Attorney General Little yesterday decided It unconstitutional for tho county board to take money lovled for usual pur poses und lend It to farmers to buy heed. Gov. Lowclllng had refused to call an extra session ot tho state legis lature to appropriate money to buy seed needed by farmers and directed them to appeal to tho county boards, i Two Triuiag:reMori. Denver, Col., July 15. Henry Starr, tho Indian territory outlaw, ' and hU companion, Kid Wilson, wero started to tort Smith, Ark., Thurs day night, where thoy will f) tried for murder and trajn robbery. The prisoners aro in chargo of Doputy I United States Marshal Drown and the ' fcheriff of Fort Smith. your mother but l was that boy m'solf, an' there's somo reo'loctlons that stays by mo more'n others! Then thoy ouch fell to rubbing up a harue, their hearts warm with tho thought of tho trial they had in common, though ono had endured it thirty years before tho othor. 'Uto Ciiiimo ol t lift 'I rouble. "This is a strange life of ours. Conditions homotlmo arise In it that render tho continuation of fricnuship Impossible.'1 "You think m)'.'" "Yes. There aro Mrs. Mnlth and Mrs. Jones; thoy uod to bu tho closest friends: now thoy arc at dag gers drawn." "What broko up tholt friendship ' Mrs. Smith moved Into a hon-o thut Mrs. Jones had just moved out of, and, woman like, sho could nut resist tho toinptatlnn to say It was tho dlrtiost house lio over movod into. This camo to Mrs. Jonos' oars and there was blood on tho moon at onco. Tunny creatures wo are." Fat ul Gat llxploilon. I WlLKESBAItKE. Pft.t July 13, Two men were killed, two fatally Injured , and others badly hurt by the explo sion of gaB in tho Pottibono mine at Wyoming yostorday afternoon. The dead are Win. Kisner and' Kobt. Hughe. The fatally injured, Wm. May.i ana, several others wore Injured somewhat. i That rii-tMl IVcIlnv C'ustoraur--Ai.d this will euro most any of thoso tlrod feelings? Urug Clerk Yos, ma'am. Customer I'll tako ono of tho largost Blzcd bottles and try it on thom boarders that's bin rofusln mackcrol and prunos. Chicago In ter Ocean. Who ftulw tliw Cltlckfii. Sambo Whar you got dat chicken0 Mark Anthony Nobbor you mind bout dat chicken. 'Tuln't yours. "How you know 'taln'tP" "'Cause I found it In youah coop." Th I'liviirylut: liniiulsr. Mrs. Van Wilde Helen, go down to tho library at one C'harlio wants to Bpoak to you ovor tbo telephone. Holon Gracious' Is my hit' oi straight P Chicago Ne ws-ltecord.