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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1898, Galveston, Texas Watch The News Every day for They many ft Grand Opera House Where Crowds Aro STUART ROBSON In That Original Now York Stuart Harold Tato Mario Lower Three with NOV. 21. Romantic by sanio that with Mr. during his run in INEK AND 25c and 50c. Por Jack Nov. For Full details and 23 Direct A MAXIMUM of efficiency a MINIMUM of In tho or The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone A delicious cup of coffee is PPT UP IN 1, 2 AND 4-LB made from our famous Java AMERICAN COFFEE CO. Branch und TEXANS KIMV Now Service to The Hotel J. and Kingston oC at C. D. Coflin oC nt the u. Influence in Life of liin iiii Nov. B. will he hanged next Friday for mil of Tom does not seem tit nil over tho fact rach brings him so much closer to night Bam who is In nn cell c ha reed with murder or Dallas became the continued of doors and talking He expressed n that a mob was coming to lynch just rest B. fhey como In here I'll let 'em hang me. IT a Is what they Shaw seems tho end is says he has been hunted nnd tried and until death will bu a relief lo 111 in. His testimony In the account for bis Sho 1 that a few prior to his birth her hnd ji with u fn 11u> saw bloody cash find Hie blow that filic mid brooded over U. shonly be- ilio birth of whom to her brother hnd a was badly bin Sho fell over Only short time before into world a Imd run with of her nnd thrown them heavily lo a on the nnd the Thin she and when her son born the she in her husband's back marked in the place on the buck or child with n red and the she saw to him who was now on nnd H was months before it und WOK closed She also that her son evinced n very cruel 31t' would kill chickens and turkeys to them die nnd killed n That in up had much nnd bloodshed nnd hnd no His that these circumstances he not for his crime nnd should lie con- lined In an asylum Instead or BLASTING Tn ti Liven Nov. By nn dental explosion of powder this W. a Is two of his children nre dead and his nnd child for hunting for wood to build o tiro and found a powder can full of lie tn n tiro with il o Imsd which k i luck fd or tho house At that and wife und in onus and about All knocked down by Un- of aired and 11. in- and was so in- jured that IIP can tint Tlie ond l wo nre terribly and nmy lift li thut Urn can was partially mill Nov. Is fully who of to him on a of di boys and them 57TH 242. NOVEMBER 21. 1893. ESTABLISHED 1842. SETTLE PHILIPPINE Without Warlike Demonstration by the Government Paying Thirty Million Dollars to D. Nov. Service to The The impression is growing here that the Philippine question is to ba settled in a very short and without any warlike stration on the part of this or without interference on the part of any other The basis of it is thought here at will be the cession of the entire Philippine Archipelago to this country on the payment of a sum estimated at about thirty million of The sum will be paid because only Luzon can be said to have come from This is the view entertained by the best informed politicians It is evident that the administration favors a settlement of this but there is an uneasiness among the the country will not agree to the hence there may be a change in the mind of the though at present it favors a settlement on the line set forth W. G. S. A Til AT AN IIAS BEEN REACHED TJIE COMMISSIONERS SPAIN TO NOTIFY CUBAN THAT IT WILL NOT Such lipon Nation Nov. 20.-In political clcp It Is fin has between pence commissioners In Tho It Is an- Intends to notify tho Cuban holih ra not pay Cuban which will not be in The considers Itself completely from fall upon tho nation Ing sovereignty anO the accounts in A SESSION THIS Will lie Before fnr Nov. Spanish peace com- boon that tho United States commissioners be ready to treat with thorn In row the Spaniards have for two join In the most im- portant thus far American In a ten communication will declare that thu third of tho the of only one that no arbitration 19 needed to Its that the cnn not any power to purely a They will maintain the two commissions oro charged to determine whether Spain or tho United SKI tew Phall in 1'uturo own the This will be by declaration Unit the United Stales will possess the Following tho American will lay before Ihe Spaniards two to n sum of money from the United States and to nnd the to lose thu Philippines to the United States by with tho possibility of other to indemnify the United Slates for the added expense of nmy not be formally as an ill Lima but il will Pick of Indicated This will be no plain i Jif Spanish will sen reel y in on i-y nor doubt of American action the he de- No one here except ihe American know much will dered Spain moM 1...UI-.- wf Spain is anxious to escape ihe sum to be of- may be hy afi analysis of tint of in on which realized Of Thf slie to bave or In and u In to the A at sum for hf it Mil may come up T hail thought the on thul point but the lo 1rivc declared thti Spain on ihe 1-in well mt would com- 1 and Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Spain means to repudiate the plain compact of the protocol to relinquish over and title to Spain Mny Nov. Madrid ent of tho Dally Mail Ls asserted tho government would reject an offer of for the Philippines as Tho Madrid correspondent of the ard decline for the Philippines if thu sum offered appears inadequate in the eyes of the The correspondent of the Dally the advice of Austria nnd Spain will accept America's offer of compensation for Citron Nov. Daily Chronicle in an on the Spanish-American tuition this expressing that we mav have of nn Nov. George the political authority on colonial who has the division of pool In parliament in the conservative inter- sinoo tiled to-day fn lily srith When a nwu ho traveled In India und Australia and visited tho principal well the Thf his career KBW bis for ihv Old n by two economy nnd Hod and and In he went to West to itv of the sugar bounty on West 11 In In five blue books In waw a complete nummary of West In 1SSS went to South Africa and Joined air Charles Warren in him In diplomatic with native At this time hf a tour of in nnd other countries in that part of In the of he was In Canada ami tine up n of in Mr. sub- to Html In the of him to Malta aa tho of Sir George who tho of new Malta H nt nils he tho honor of In ho joint on of life In ing sea and In the following ybar In of tho Joint com- uL Firm 1'ollcy. Nov. Admiral Lord Charles of parliament for who is visiting In the chambers of com- the course of a speech hero last evening dwelt upon the dangers HO an the dominant military position of Russia and the effete of China are lowed 10 He insisted upon the necessity of a the of a thoroughly Chinese and a. with the and in order to preserve In- and maintain the open Nov. Ing to lins a tilon of tho prison treatment of former Cap- tain Is to be lowed to and six a day over an area of AIL Kx 111 Nov. terrific this afternoon in the Cafe do underneath the of tho I lavas A woman was killed out right and other It IM thought was due to Ignited but there aro rumors of an anarchist society has a for tit out an Antarctic of Mall the NICARAGUA CANAL Nov. nn of the government h til I (I the en mil. He the iM a in u oo in pa Ji y IM a A Travis Nov. of it. Wds broken into nnd a H mount of bv out hi of im which Mr. 1s that worth oi of and dry A Mnn Nov. 20.-ilfpry a j roll road wna shot hist i INK live his He j Man who did the hill was j TJIM SIXTH AT GUARDS TO H On of the of the of a Maile Terrible Nov. Service to Sixth Virginia composed of colored soldiers encamped are all under lato last night hid Inn man surrounded by entire regiment of Third and upon with bayonets The negroes had and were control of their who arc mostly The on- from the but escaped to th a few rounds o These were captured the sh Thu arc now two battalions of white tn th I co About 100 and drank On their woy to ct lynching of a camp They F from ond avenge on tl thn They shot to pieces negro had been took to tear the bull park a short distance down the aged but were frightened bout fifty of tho swamp with their rly this cf u hy who sirti whn 1 tu ted t Macon of tnp they of rapist their Kimn that they would while of tree on which the and then under- In a They bunt ie hy tho nce of man who owned on which the gro hud been They the avowed purpose cf burning but was nn horseback this they by toward thu ulty like Tho by Ibis mounted In the A few of the but at h era to oui of the way ond terrorize until Only two tr three white officers were those supposed to be In but they were as helpless were Krn It then necessary to call out entire of to The rounded and At this they were declaring intention of every white person In Genera Wilson IH now confident that will have no trouble the as hn to that they must iiii in their ami it Is feared tills will cause some ALGER ON THE Ho General P. Nov. will IL to the en 111 pit I and Ion nnd to LAW Out hy the Supreme Court Nov. passed by the lost Tennessee is dec In red in an out to-day by the supreme court of The Hint art not of com tiro wholly and to and are nol within of the U also holds that the nut in tiie and thf has no to Oils salt of has by in I ho federal IIY A 1-MLLIMj It Loft Had Hill Nov. 11.2S hli years pnn of J. was hy n wall falling on His Ill in nnd It wos tho front wn 11 nf the Mirror and Walter by The stood with nn the smith and Ihc wind the to-day them lo full on the Tho the H not all Few hnd the walls as on- ivii to be and when they were sfcn and horror was but never thf in lail with killing Ol lit HIS U I All Dm to tn thn ii short nil I nf nut of say and Push your business by ceaseless ad- THE is the HIS AND D TO A IIY OR FOU TUB PLACE From There Ho Will Go Direct to hi UK 31 ay DC Known He fore He Nov. The office seekers In though they had this Major left the hotel giving tho crowd Hie slip by making Ills via the lie met at the entrance hy his Loo who was -In Ing with o which entered and were soon out of view for tle as the announced to Oi Hie W iru determined to set when thu yet have not should It is learned thV major and Mr. drove 10 palatial of 10. M. situated in the western portion of where bern 1he Is that and ul H Is tint a litre claims lo the kind of an intimation from Major or Colonel House to who ti appointee for any position will Buyers Is his mid Mr. House can not be nor anybody get con- with to Is and of the Of the different majority of them here give Joe the of and nearly of them V. King of dawn an of lliu confederate The the the more An of la in lie n In Hie For u while It was said to In- wn n nf Hr ami A. John nf addition to the of H. of find In up cf a great many Dr. of ami of dumb blind to have u cri at ndi who confident of Governor ers As lo oilier overy MHI a to who win and flic awfully und to he would not out hut In- that he uo FO 4n tho few Jle Intends for to-morrow If he does not Rive out hN to-morrow it la will public at on He will so direct from to 4'hfhlH 11 Nov. D. of Kan Antonio WHS to-day nnd snld lo Thp News om proud of old She is now the bun HIT county In the Is 0735. Wo 20 votes the next state about liViO nnd the live in my dis- me over for floater I will n Tor siir niter cf the next and believe my sire I of support from torn and ille 1 formerly as well us Iroin port of ihe am also of that the bers of the from oilier of will claims of only county In Dili not of the in the convention this and now is 1 the other portions of I ho out of a spirit of ness will my a fur I 1 nd o closing the session within Hie const limit uf 1 will also many in the rules to expedite 1 also KI help make Governor a Fort Nov. State John W. was In the city this afternoon on his way to from the Iff to The of nin in toHl me Hi Austin thf other day thai he had tions for I over at in- for Aa for I and I think thai il N duty of a wwly to his at- I I of my I my clerk 1 know 1 him to take thti he was not a tor Nov. Hon. J. of the last of what the legislatures should oi Ilif MI tin mar In- a anil It a to ot publish to the an the in. of ihe house the in fur M iho liy w i lit in l rci lo natural uf Friends of the McCleary Anxious for an Extra Session of Congress to Deal With This SPEAKER REED'S OPPOSITION Position of the Not Positively Says an Extra Session Is ty of on the Part of the Senate at the D. Service to of currency reform want an extra session of congress immediately after March 4. Speaker Reed and his friends so far oppose the extra session What the administration desires is not absolutely though General supposed to be the mouthpiece of the president in the says no extra session will be On the other Senator who is ihe personal representative of the president in the claims that an extra session is The fate of tiie currency reform now before the house in the regular will have much to do with the So far Speaker Reed has refused to let the matter come before the When the fight tor rency reform was at the last session Mr. Reed was opposed to any legislation It is that the pressure on him became so great that he promised the should be taken up at the short 1 he measure is known as the McCleary while not as radical as monetary commission would please currency If the passes the programme friends of currency reform is to appeal lo Senator Jones and other democrats on the senate finance committee to permit hearings before that It is said this request would be Fairchild and other rency reformers will come to Washington and present ments in favor of the proposed It is not the senate will pass the but the friends of measure believe that if their views can be thoroughly presented the way will be clear for consideration at the extra session of the It is this certainty of on the part of the even if the house should pass the McCleary that makes the currency reformers so anxious for an extra They argue that the republican party is pledged to currency and that the sooner the question is met the sooner will the uncertainty in commercial and financial circles be The law could be passed in ninety so that by of the new fiscal it could be on the statute and would have a year to run before the ne presidential These gentlemen hope to bring tlf president to their views before the winter is I BY A A Tonne Mnn to Home by to n. Nov. 5 o'clock In la morning a on ern pulled in from and before It Iho tank man seen to fall could carp passed over and mangled hody ard nf the track from where the party foil 10. A mat. not If years old was riding on the same He said tho was Homer Min of K. of- No. tind own cm Is stud wero found in man's A from his father to try to lunic to twu men worked while at but and de- Il v Tin v on a flat cur as the pilled ant of 11 uiui il i y to try to Into n box and attempt in tl t in Hie Mid his ImM went to the ft under Instruct nij PHILIPPINE Thirty to Forty Dollars the Money Con- to hy thin IH it opinion us to In- t o n il r 1111 c Nil in. Th o for varying irom if Ill ATTACK ON him u from of lorlan nml on 11.1 tent Ion to Hunt 20 by of builk a In of t to-morrow iwo will j tha First of
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