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Galveston County Daily News, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1904, Galveston, Texas 63D 66. MAY 1904-THIRTY-TWO PAGES It's wash clothes Dog days just a little There's style to our by ejy perts who know what's needed to make wash clothes look To be they must have perfect fitting The silk and Indian and our finest in the The tan and neat To to to Trousers to to 56.00 Trousers ready made to Next to two-piece serge and homespun A little less more To fit all sized to KNEE just mention our 50c ones for they're All in light and medium Made to hold the boy inside of WASH PANTS at dreds of pairs at this In colors that will washi quality Of material and method of making also with an eye to the BLOUSES at 50c, 75c and For boys and girls tary and straight some with some They're extra values at these STRAW HATS at 50c and SI nobby sailors for small and Yacht shapes if larger boys 6 to 16 More shapes at these prices than at other We prepay expressage on all mail orders of and Try our mail order I. Clothes for Men and imum The two splendidly combined our Buffalo Blend Roasted Offered the trade in one and two pound Mason's Fruit itally Cases of one dozen A trial order will be worth your or ask for samples and M. QUAY YEAR'S IT WAS OF IS OF ESTABLISHED 1842 -a National lie was was I and UlhU o In v He was a f i and In HIP of 1V-H In H r of nul chosen of the u the committee conducted UK campaign of HIM the Comni t delegato to tho National con- vention in and elected a of die can Nat chosen 01 in v to tho Republican National and a ol the of that was to United states Senate as hell STOICISM OP Hil He Held TEX. A to the service rolled member of regular army of telephone miles of copper metallic reaching 3.000 cities and Out Hope for Recovery and Awaited the Hay Stanley senior Senator from died peacefully this afternoon of chronic The funeral service will be held on May and the body will be buried In Beaver Senator Indisposition began about a year It was a recurrence of the ble that beset him during the latter part of 1MO and the early days of 1901, when he was undergoing the strain of a campaign foe re-election to the Senate man Senator Never THE TRAP AT EXACTLY 1.68 M. YESTERDAY AT TEX. AMUSEMENTS BASEBALL Houston MAY 29. Game called at o'clock Ladles pay at gate and grand Five hundred ex- tra bleacher Chairs will be placed in the park to accommodate all persons with a Wives Who Know Say Bread made of has a substance to it that is entirely absent when other Flour is Ask your neighbor's Hay Poultry Swedish Galvanized Sheet Iron Tin Plates Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Screen Doors Wire Screen The Rosenberg Bank MARKET BETWEEN 22D AND 23D. Has Safe Deposit for the e Points of or rates The Texas Almanac OR GUIDE TO TEXAS To be by The News in 1004. Ic book about 400 with many Price 350 i Read the full announcement on another Garden Lawn Mason's Fruit Complete Stock Loaded Blum Hardware Co. 2211, 2213, 2215 and 2217 Texas Bank and Trust Capital and Surplus Accounts of Banks and Bankers CORRESPONDENCE 3 Per Interest Allowed on Time De- a to John I. Mlt and his March 1SS7; re- m IMii and In 1OT for by a deadlock out session of the He way appointed United States Senator by the Governor ol Pennsylvania to till the cancy caused by the failure the ttue to but appointment was not by the the duv of his rejection by tlie Senate lie was to succeed himself by the Republican State convention of and was Stales Jan. 15 tho of in the Senate and that of Republicans stud 1 Democrat in the a of each malting a total of 13') votes to ot which last were cast for John M 34 fur John ami He took his seat IT nt Half Hay of the death of Senator Quay spread and expressions of regret were hoard on all Mayor Weaver ordered the flags o all buildings at Mayor Weaver career has been remarkable His election to office after office bv tl people of Pennsylvania and his term i public service for half a century speak very much stronger than words of standing with the people of this common May was shocked by the news of ator The Governor had a divine When such an orator or statesman appears men there is no need to have the source of Hs power For years men have been trying to ascertain what were the method by means of which he won his and continuous success In a Held It lias been a needless and a hopeless that lie is gone the people of vania will know what they have lost and what they never quite No other man In born of our gave such an impression with thorse with whom he was brought in contact of personal and Intellectual power Iso other man has been able to accomplish so much for the substantial benefit of tile Pennsylvania may well Bryan Says Parker Is a Candidate of Plutocrat Not Know Even That He Is a Nebraskan Says Railroad Man Instigated the Events That in Parker's Indiana and Connecticut Voters Fooled by the Leaders From New SPOKE ON SCAFFOLD HE OTHER THAT VOTE FOR Victim n 3-Ycar-Old Ha In Every a Fair Snout TO May 2S.-Tho negro was hanged today at just four minutes to 2 o'clock p. m. The tion was some three thousand ple of all colors and conditions being present to witness his tailing off. The procession started from the Jail at just The wagon carrying the oner was followed by a mixed crowd of some thousand or more On ing at the scaffold the criminal was to the ground and ascended the steps to the gallows with a firm He spoke for about three protesting his In- and warning the young of his race to lead a right Said he was at peace with his and was going straight to Urged all the negroes to vote for Henry Watts for bade to whereupon the black cap was adjusted the noose put in and at 1-50 p m exactly the trap was and Kenney was The fall was about seven but failed to break ilia and in twelve minutes he was pronounced lead and turned over to the colored un- Besides Sheriffs Vann of Leon and Chandler of Trinity and Capt. McDonald of the State Hangers were May immediately on learning of the death of the wired the following sage to Mrs. my profound anil Throughout my term as President Senator Quay has been my staunch and loyal I had hoped to the last that he would by sheer pull through his Again BIG LAND Senator In was a Kreat and his troubles of later years dated it Is from on his due to smoking and the great nervous strain which he underwent He celebrated his seventieth birthday at Beaver fall and at the time seemed in excellent The loss of weight weighed constantly on his He Jn weight so that the alarm which pervaded his own mind spread jo The result was that he forsook duties In the and betook himself to Florida failed under to Atlantic hoping the sea air would II bul tno continued physicians advised him to return to Senator constantly expected death and told his friends so. The last time life called at tne White he told dent Roosevelt that he expected never recover would hardly see him again In order to escape the worries of official life and to be entirely secure against In- Senator Quay decided to come to In going to where his Jerome was tendent of the Western form the thought was that In that pace he could be visited by none but his physicians and the His condition after arriving there was such as to give no hope to the family Quay told the doctors It was that nc had run his and was Ten days ago he began TEX. A Great Bargain To Newspaper The Galv per It has been put out to make room for a and It will be sold at a great sacrifice If at an thi It occupies Is Purchasers will be full Information upon Special Skirt Offer for One More We Will Make Skirts out of cloth worth and a yard for make Skirts pleating done on short Tailoring A. 22d St. D. ROGERS Cotton Factors and COTTON Liberal advances made on cotton May 2S.-John a 45 years of committed suicide last court was asked to appoint an administrator of estate It developed that had n wife and live i ln another wno him here In of ills former who died two May of this year he hnd fourth the Police had fined tor The crime for which George Kenney was hanged was criminal assault on little 3-year-old Ethel near on Aug. 1903. He made his escape from a posse at tile but was captured near Grapeland at 9 o'clock next after being desperately wounded In his effort to Sheriff Henry Watts Deputy Don Barrett got possession of the prisoner and prevailed upon the assembled citizens to do no but let the law take Its He was brought to Palestine end lodged In The business of the spring term of the court had been disposed of but no formal order of adjournment entered Judge Gooch recalled the grand and the negro was immediately An- nouncing that he had no Judge Gooch appointed to defend him Judge B H Gardner of the firm of Gardner Judge P. W. Brown of Gregg Judge N. B. Morris of Gould f Morris and Hon. S. McMeans of bell It Is doubtful if any criminal ever arraigned In East Texas was able lo retain such un array of talent I his All of them are lawyers high standing and and of the leading firms of this section of the State The case was ably fought on every point of law and the State being ed by District Attorney J. A. McDonald and County Attorney Thomas J. Harris The jury brought in a verdict of guilty and hla punishment at His counsel moved for a new which being the case was and by the Court of Criminal Appeals confirmed by a divided Counsel then moved for a rehearing In tha appellate which waa and the case At the spring term of the District Court the tence of death was passed and the date of execution set for May 28. ney lias had every right possible accorded even every delay that could he legally and a thoroughly well fought and record of the to lie Sold nt Public Auction to Helm uf Little May special to the Gazette from Unless the courts intervene the entire town of Carlisle and about acres of land surrounding tho town be sold at public sale on June 9 on an order granted bv the Probate Court of County to tho heirs of the original owner of the land 'the order was secured by the guardian of three minor heirs of a Frenchman named Comio who years ago owned all the land on which the town of Carlisle now stands as Well as of the surrounding try The original owner sold most of the land years but in 1S7S, presumably to title lie secured a. patent from tho for the whole He Sunday last his condition became alarming that the family to move him to This was tho last want to see my books once m I divided sixteenth of tho property and their guardian secured an order sale of the The zens of Carlisle held a mass meeting and decided to raise a fund to carry on a against the CATTLE Letter Han Been to Shippers of Live May 2S. The National Stock Association Issued a circular letter to its members upon the subject of railway In part the letter of railway TO TBt Denison William Jennings Bryan of who delivered Worth and through this evening on the northbound Katy Flyer en route to where he is to speak Tho News reporter boarded the train and enjoyed a chut with the dis- Referring to supporting Judge h can not understand how any or any other State can sup Port for the nomination at St. Louis a ma whose views on the live Questions of a Brooke how are the Democrats goin to win in tills campaign without New York and asked the rt necessary to wli with these To say the Democrat must have them is merely an assumption The people had nothing to say at the coo held in those Wall Strec dictated the The people may repudiate the influence which trough about the The Democratic voters may have been fooled often In the ot candidates claiming to be one of them nd the time has come to define o that all men may know what it means and select men who fit the definition Is your definition of a suggested the 1 see a crowd on the I want to go out shake hands with some of Follow me and before the train pulls out I will continue this In- and perhaps entertain Mr. Bryan left followed bv the After a brief informal reception on the platform the Nebraskan elbowed his way through tho crowd and entered the lunch where he sipped a cup of do you think the Democrats of New Connecticut and Indiana were sincere when they instructed for asked the who was at his heels do not do you? They may have if they really had anything to do with the nomination of Mr. which I They could have been sincere and yet Be laboring under a de- Is Mr. you can not port who has carried all the States absolutely necessary to win even though you do not like when a lion for you tho last time who did not like do not know that Judge Parker li us rt J He has not Bald Why should old I or any man support a person for the office of President of the United States who lias not indicated by word of mouth that he desires the If he is in fact a why should I. support him when point blank refuses to tho issues now before the American is a candidate of Wall said Mr. Is in the hands ot such men as August David Hill and their Wall Street That Is ono and a good don't vou think why I refuse to support ould you have me support a man backed by as head of the was largely instrumental in bringing about the terrible tragedy ed In Kentucky In which William Goebel Governor of that lost his life by lha bullet of an I suppose you remember Belmont's famous letter to which created a sensation out the not Mr. in order to bring about harmony in Democratic yield a few points and make fices not inconsistent with your well known principles you please Inform me what tha Democrats me to is your choice for the nomination at have no In a few the National Democratic convention will It Is to be hoped that the ing will be Democratic in the most sense of the No more important matter will come before the convention than tha adoption of a which will embody the sense and intentions of the Democratic There is a profound necessity at his time that the party should keep its lead and held steadfast to Its The party should have the courage of Convictions and make its declarations in with time honored usage and he necessities that are upon It is be a to be to be If the Democrats at St. their convention proceedings as as bravely and as honestly as sensible man would conduct his own it will have an excellent prospect of a signal defeat is sure to any deviation from this about the free silver Will hat remain in the frei silver men will stand or fall by ifl principles enunciated in the onal Democratic for the last alf Gold and silver are demanded s tho standard money of the by a sound paper ency of in not CM IN CHILE THERE HAS BEES AN DEVELOPMENT IX THE TRY means an annual saving of SCO 000 to cattlemen their promise made to tho of the National Live Stock to abrogate tho tonnage system is If It is possible to set the interstate act as provided in the troubles if tho Impartial record of the with request of defendant for tion of was to Governor but he declined to interfere Ken ncy requested n public Sheriff Watts granted erecting the lows on tile grounds of the south of the The scaffold la In i surrounded on three by inB forming something of an from the sides of which the of. had an view of the many of at talk lle same night the absent member of the family the Last night again his condition and the end gradually high pulse anil weakened respiration the approach of Quay tne live stock will be minimized ihe attention of traffic managers has been called to the Inequality In live rates from several localities U hey agreed to a hearing on this and It will be taken up by elation as as data ciu be and the maintained OIL ON THE WATERS AT AX ESD ITS SUCCESS REACHED IS ERAL the New York Herald which was generally ered Thursday to be definitely settled by the adoption of the gold on being taken up again today for conventional for- in the third debate and final was reconsidered a nominal votation resulted In a negatives and 16 for and against a gold causing general leaving the question unsettled for Indefinite the convention closes May 31 a member for chiriqui a silver taking hla and who voted In favor of gold and day against influenced the president of the who voted last against decided final draw and rejection of tho Commerce and financial transactions are generally affected by Indefinite legislation of the monetary COIL Stanley Matthew Stanley Quay of was born In York County Sept. 30, Ho was prepared for college Dt Braver and Indiana and was graduated from Jefferson College in 1S50 Ho was admitted to thn bar In and elected prothonotary of Beaver County in 1S6C. and re-elected Jn 1853. He was In service from 1881 lo as Lieutenant of the Tenth Pennsylvania and Colonel of the Ono Hundred and Pennsylvania Volunteers Was Lieutenant Colonel and Assistant sary State military agent at private secretary to tho ernor of Major and of Transportation and Telegraphs and mill tary secretary to the of He was a member of ture to 18B7, Secretary of 1872-78, Recorder of the city of ua chairman of Uu TEXAS showers Sunday and fresh southeast Western In ers In north portion Sunday and monetary Convention Vote on Gold In a TEXANS In St. SPECUL TO THB from San O. H P. E. H. T. Kl W. H. Phil s. J. a. w. M. B. Terminal J. B. and W. New St. James T J A. j. D. Mexican Cablegram to May 1904, by the New York Herald Un- a clerical dally advocating cotton In Northern cites an enormous development of. that l opinion is exultant over the Ing off of obstacles that had arisen to eral The situation Is now ered fully consolidated by In the vote which tne Senate will pass next day In favor of which has agreed to remain in There wore four patients at the Antofagasta Today being Jerman feast day oil public educational establishments turned out their thousands of Tho aamo ridiculous custom Is repeated on the saint day of every public PANAMA Convention Action uf Leaving Financial Policy Mexican Cablegram to May NEW YORK Attacked in Central Park and AVna Beat Him With New May serious stration against Charles a attacked two eMs in Central has been checked by several policemen only after threats had been made by the latter to use Tho mob of SOO or 400 who aided In running down the negro In Fifty-Ninth When they learned the charge against him stones and cluba were hurled at his but ho was not seriously Threats of lynching broko out the crowd began to close In upon the police who managed to their prisoner to the station after threatening to shoot Ine attacked the who are while they were taking photographs In a much frequented section of the park In endeavoring to drive him off one oC the sisters beat him over tho head with e and her quickly 1'ho negro took to and wnen ho reached street tha crowd had trown to a howling erni policemen ran up and headed tha Green was soon and when tho crowd began to cry Urn he cowered before tho In He was Identified Immediately by tho slaters both of whom suffered but were not injured rom Election Los May of First Grind Engineer Ingraham disturbed the program of the lal convention of the Brotherhood of motive Engineers for the election of expected be able to take up the work ot elec. ion by but It is now thai will bt reached before nut T e various U
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