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NEWPORT. ARKANSAS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1905. NUMBER 255. iWARM N THE SENATE. Indulged in and eads Prevented n That Very ied Body. Feb. 21. For the Session a discus ate, that dignified leral assembly of kansas, was today personalities and ler heads a fight, :es of which would ; least been dis ?ood of the state, ,ted between the executive depart >n came from the by Senator Hol an at the request ,ry of state, and l for an appropria te cover the de pril for stamps, , for the judicial, legislative depart • ■ •• * v Is in the discus jnators Killough, t, Simpson, Toney Covington and took place while ip committee of t, fortnnatelv oil poured upon the troubled rs before the outbreak of ilities. ITOL COMMISSION •.WANTS MORE FUNDS. Will Ask Legislature for $600, 4 000 Additional to Complete ■ || Interior of the New State House. Little Rock, Feb. 21. —It is un derstood that the state capitol commission will ask the general assembly at the present session to make an appropriation of $600, - 000 in addition to the million dollars already appropriated to complete the interior of the new 'oapitol and put the grounds in proper sh^pe. It is understood that the in tention of the commissioners in asking for this appropriation is to secure the necessary funds to complete the building and have it ready for oeciipuncy within the next two years. The additional appropriation of $600,000 it is understood will be ■ divided into six separate appro priations, each to be applied to the completion of a part of the : interior of the building or some I improvement in the grounds about the state capitol. ARKANSAS DEPUTIES GET MURDERER. Memphis, Feb. 21.—Deputy ^Sheriffs J. A. Donahue and S. " D. Donahue, two officers from Cross county, Arkansas, were in the city last night en route home from a ti?p to Rjceville after Thomas Agnew, a negro wanted in Cross county for killing Frank Walker, another negro, at Par kins December 5 last. The ne gro was arrested at Morrison’s mill and through the instrumen tality of Mr. Morrison. TWO GOOD BILLS IN SENATE. Little Rock, Feb. 2i-Senator introduced senate bill No. oviding selection b :ounty de Independence coun and second times on the calendar. McFerrin introduced I senate bill No. 218, to provide for the better remuneration of those serving as jurors. It pro poses payment of mileage at the rate of five cents per mile in ad dition to the amount now allow ed as per diem. TOOK HIS FRIEND DRINK OF WHISKEY mr And Then Stabbed Him While Drinking—Were Both Miners. Slayer is in Jail. Midland, Feb. 21—William Sil vers was stabbed to death by H. L. Green at the former’s home Saturday. It is claimed that about 10 o’clock Green went to the house of William Silvers with a pint cup of whisky and told him he brought him over a drink, and that Silvers took the cup as if to drink, when Green began to abuse him and stabbed him twice in the abdomen. Silvers died before morning. Both men were miners and worked at the Dallas mine. Green was found this morn ing by some miners at the request of the officers. Green said that if it had not been for the snow he would have given the officers a hot chase. He then laughed and said the ex citement will be over in a few days. l IN SOCIETY. \ EVENING EUCHRE CLUB. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson were the delightful host and hostess to the Euchre club Tues day evening. The meetings of this popular club are always en joyable affairs, but this one Was particularly pleasant, owing to the delightful surroundings' in this home, which make pll who enter feel that a welcome awaits them. The host and hostess were complimented in the number of their guests to show their appre ciation of their invitations. Mr. 0. D. Watson, among the gentlemen, was the fortunate winner of a nicely bound book of fiction, and Mr. Chas. Wilmans won second prize, a silver match safe. Mrs. Charles G. Henry was awarded the ladies’ prize, a Japanese vase, while the guests’ prize was awarded Miss Noreene Kinfnan. Delightful refreshments of chicken salad, creamed mush rooms, pickles, crackers, cran berry ice, hot rolls and coffee were served. me ciuomemDers present witn the guests were Messrs, and Mesdames 0. D. Watson, C. G. Henry, W. W. Dutton, B. B. Bond, W. W. McMinn, Jas. L. Jones, G. A. Hillhouse, H. E. Cobb, B. W. Stainback, Claude Erwin, Chas. Wilmans, F. S. Hess, T. D. Kinman, Jr.; Mes dames Narcie Minor, Clyde Wood, Gus Graham, T. E. Mor rison; Misses Mabel Stayton, Ray and Lucy Brandenburg, Jen nie McCauley, Mabel Padgett, Lucile Taylor; Messrs, ft. T. Reyburn, Alcorn Ferguson, J. M. Stayton, Joe Bevens, Chas. E. Carroll, Ira Erwin. New Lunch Counter—Bell & Maynard have opened a new lunch counter in the old Bordwell sa loon building, corner of Second and Walnut streets, where they will be pleased to see their friends and promise good service 1 on all short orders. Everything ' new and clean, good cooking and ; only the best used. 43b4w I UNFAITHFUL WIFE CAUSES TROUBLE. Tragedy at Helena in Which Bartender Jack Dillon Loses Life at the Hands of an Angry Husband. Helena, Feb. 21.-Edgar Per kins, a member of the firm of Perkins Bros., shot and killed Jack Dillon, a bartender at the saloon of B. J. Cunningham, last night about 11 o’clock. Dillon was in the house pf Perkins, where the latter’s wife was, when Perkins came to the door and demanded admittance. Dillon jumped from a window, but Perkins saw him and fired upon him with a shotgun loaded with buckshot, killing him in stantly. It is alleged that Perkins had suspected his wife, by reason of flowers and little presents which it is claimed she had been re ceiving and which, the story goes, she said had come from a girl friend in Memphis. It is asserted that he found from a local florist that Dillon had bought such flowers. Sun day he told his wife that he was going to Little Rock on business and going to the station took the train, but alter riding a short distance he sprang from the train and came back to the house. He found Dillon there and the killing resulted. Dillon was not very well known here, coming from Hot Springs about five months ago. RIVER MEN GET INCREASE OF PAY. Washington, Feb. 21. —Through the efforts of Senator Carmack the inspector of steamboats at the port of Memphis will receive $1,500 a year instead of $1,200. In a bill which came over from the house the Memphis inspector was in the $1,200 class, along with a number of other ports. The discrimination struck Sen ator Carmack as being unjust and he had Memphis placed in the class with those ports whose inspectors are to receive a salary of $1,500 per annum. THREE PRISONERS ARE RECAPTURED. Rogers, Feb. 21.—Three pris oners, George Arhelman, forger; John Martin, robber, and Elias Andrews, selling liquor, who dug their way out of the county jail at Bentonville last Saturday night, were captured yesterday by the officers at a mile or two from Momtene. A heavy snow fell during the night and the officers had no difficulty in tracking them. They were so tired from their long, wet tramp that they made prac tically no resistance. CAME FROM ALASKA TO WED AT HOME. Hot Springs,Feb.21—R.R.Stod dard of Tonnana, Alaska, and Miss Ellnod Lloyd were granted a license to wed tonight. Miss Lloyd is a sister of Deputy Con stable Lawrence Lloyd, who a few weeks ago killed D. M. Clai borne on a Choctaw train at the depot here. MILK NOTICE. We are now prepared to take care of a few more customers for pure milk, and owing: to the change in the weather will make a cheaper price after this. Phone ^4§. The Pure Milk Dairy Co., W. Harris, Mgr. 55d3t \ DR. CHAS. E. CARROLL » Dentist Gives special attention to Crown and Bridge Work, And correction of Irregularities of the Teeth. Office Watson Bldg. Phone, 63. Newport, • - Arkansas> 1 TRY THE • Weems Laundry. When you want good work. They make a specialty of Dyeing and Cleaning Clothes. Let them show you how well they can please you. Leave orders with T. P. Umsted & Co. v ' * Local Agents. I Ballew & Shuford Undertakers. Office, 211 Walnut Street, ' ‘ •; Opposite Cook’s Hotel. JAMES L. JONES, Solicits yoUr NOTARIAL BUSINESS, V | And promises j » Prompt and Careful Attention To Your Business. , ' i' ^ ■ I REAL ESTATE. List your Property For Quick Sates With qje. I guaran tee best results. R. W. BANDY, CHASTAIN BUILDING. 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