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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - October 20, 1885, Galveston, Texas The_Newss Established 134i Incorporated IKil. 1 A. H. BELO Offlcwiof publication: GALVESTON and DALLAS. TERMS JU'ji'i per month, 'm-less J SO alatly, twelve months, bv nuiii.'.'f.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.' IH 'ihe shffci; I can ttll 1000 pales a tf.iy (is easily as 000, and the larger the silt ihe ficittr f rices obtained. Ihe Farmer's Affiance aims to concentrate large quanti- ties of cotton at one faint to pwrte tcmpctHijn higher prices. The fame object is attained less trju'j.'e and expense ly shipping direct to Wm, D, Cleveland, HOUSTON. FOR OOTCB OF FLTUJCAIHW Hot. 184 AITD 189 Utoatmo VOL. XL.tY.-ao 179 OALYESTOX TEXAS TUESUAY, IN STOCK: ESTABLISHED 18-12 Boyal Baking Powder is the Best in the World. DISASTER. Particulars of the Railway Colli- sion near Jersey City, OPERATOR. l j HHK-4, ..d Ku H Oilicra Family H.rlou.lr la. jnrnl-How .11 1. Royal Baking IVvaUr is pure, ami tho only absolutely pure lialdug pov.-der All others con- tain alum, lime, or other impurity. All tho ingredients of Eoyal" are first rendered clu-rak-ally pure, so that BO adulterant can, possibly enter into it, ami it is composed only of those materials proapunccd by the 'most c-uunent physi- cians and chemists, and proven by pvac-tioal experience, indispensable for the production of a perfect baking powder. "It is a scientific fact that Eoyal Baking Powder is abso- lutely PROF. H, A. MO1T, Government Chemutt. 2. T1.C Eoyal Baking Powder is of the highest test strength. It produces the. maximum amount of gas attain able in a baking powder compounded from proper ami wholesome materials, and is, therefore, of the highest possible leavening- power. "I find the Royal Baking Powder to produce 127.4 cubic inches of leaven ing-gaa per ounce of powder" (tie largest amount given by any baking powder yet E. G.LQVE, Government Chemist. S. The Eoyal Baking Powder is entirely from Duality of the highest importance. Turtrate of lime is present Jn all other baking chiefly as an adulterant of the cream of tar-tar used iu their manufacture. Cream of tartar refined by patent processes totally eliminate all the lime and other impurities, is exclusively in the but in no other pomlo.-. "T fie ox-am of tartar manufactured by the lork Tai-i.-n- XYvjipany and'used in the nianu- facstura of IWdcr, is perfectly pure, and tree from iliue in any 3MIUETEIE, in-Chief, U. -i 4. Tin: Jir0 tions of newa the k tmribl. taiHrayaeelaeotoa tbe Although tbe collision occnrml noa 8 o'clock lut evralas, the BMattniMtordtMU hours that tara a bowling vUdernMi la meadow, cely three mllM from the Cily hall, ai and a> distant 8am Tbooch Uun no fewartku
re the right ili naL Be aari he wai ad- to do f o. He Is held So tae jury. Tb. Iwdte. dhcorered i M bejeath tbe front of the Lthlgh Valley engine wen brought to thii city and placed In the morgno. The woman Is UBkEovn and nnrecogniiabls. The two boyi wtre apparently about 10 years of age. The tract, have bten cleared, and all that remains b Lebigh Valley engine, which i. compleWy It (i thought mere Iwllta will be found. There have been efiht in all. and most of the wounded will probably die. Tae depM i, surrounded by hm Henry isrommer, aged 30 jeers, Norwegian; head taken olf. An unknown boj, aged S years; horriblv An LDloown woman; head taken off. OOAL! GOALfDOAL! Walker Fcwler, Vli'fiOlssalB ReTail Coal Dealers, GrATLrVESTCIST, TEX. Wclmve o full stocklf atlMnd, of Anlhn Coal for domestic purposes, Mcw. coals CM land blarksmith coal, and Lehljh lump 'torf, 4.-Vpurposes Parties in Hie mtt-rior tlutnld a. m Ma before parcAoSmy 7 sample boi-" bv ntlm, Mr. Heorge Ljle. rBnoiu TO Hiwi.1 TEMPLI, October 18.-Mr. George tyte, for several years a resident of this place died Bnnday morning, at 2 He learra n wife and young daughter. Mn. JUuT i. w.lker. IBncui. TO Tmi NIWJ.I PALHSTTSI, October Mary B Walker, wife cf Dr. L. A. Walker, of thli city, died of consumption, thto mornloir at S were hni-t, none of them serloi ihe twitch la inppoied to been mlspl by inme miscreant for the porpojoof wrec me tralp. Blllcn by IBnouL TO Taa CORPUS CHHisn, October 19 Satur- day evening Mr. F. Hoffmu, an eld citizen of this city, wajMverely bitten by a larp-) dog lacerating Mj band fearfully. He Ii belter tab and improving. Jeverel bitten by a tavage dog, yeaterday, on toe leg Kcor more Irodies were f.iaml thi3 moralnff utJc' the itrccker! Valley Locomotivi- '.te> have not beta Uentiiled. Two unkaowa boyj TTt-re found anJer the pilot truck; 003 sjedSjearn, the other 13 Unknown woman, head and arms gone, rft- mslDS badly scratched. I'nicown miip. trunk hnmert to qrhp found five feet below the Kirfaceof the wrtct The bodies wero lent to Bpeers morgue. The wonrdtd brought to Jersey city were sent to the St. Franch luxpltal. They are- had both and fractured; will din, Ovn Hall, engineer Lelhigh VaUoy train- stTtr; contusions about hnn.i and neck, but sliil aiivti. Stu'irt A. Bomers, firemic of tha Lshizh Valley train fractured and internal In juries. He can not live. Injured about thn no doubt bear np to the end. IBB BECOBB. Burael to Death. October 19.-A terribly qulck- ncadtng flre broke out in the story-and-a- ilf brick cottage No. SO Vernon Park plaoa owned occupied by W. P. Bites, a few mimic, after B o'clock this morning, in wWoh our persons were burned to death. Tae amily con.-i.te of Cve persons and a.errant irl, and all buCt-wo met mo.t Ween the flremcn i.rrived on tbetcene the houie was In a blaze. waa found in an alley at tbe side of the house, .ufferinz from severe burna, and .aid that at- 8 o'clock the and went out doors a moment Sser? a rnin'te cr'twt00'' reearnad in blase. The girl'ran Batea waa aroused ru-lipd into tbe kitchen and tiled to put out the Bra. Not auccsedlM1 Tbo in pnttlcg the flre out in flfccen minutea The ntericr of the house waa gutted, bu the walls renialnrf intoct When the flretuen enured the house tbej found the charre< bcdie.of the entire family, with the eiceo tion of Mr. BatM. They were Mrs. Mary E Bat.'' "Ked Ur9f Ths body' ol Jirs. Batts was found lyinjr feet from the front windows, oa the flrst floor, burned to a crlep. The charred r the emteraut train having parsed the fljh house Th. Rrant train iruux n rorgrautod DJOCil WAS Clear nt ihelthirteen mimics which hid elapsed, Crawford, of the New York "A ,'r6 )g upon tho block. The uninjured oml- i have been forwarded to their destlna- A NOTED CASK. Tflal ot Mr.. W.lka, B.g.a la Emporla, Baniu. EMPTOIA, Kaa., October trial of Mrs. Minnie Wallace Walkop befan In the county Dtatrlct Court tbii morning. odge Grave, preeiding. OotuWl 03 i. County Attorney J. W. Feighan Jay Buck. C N. R.eiry Bnd j. T. MnSert ai. for toe w. ArreM.4 u. Miplcloa. IBpicuL 70 Tax NETC.J "AI.LAS, October tha 15th ol last at a place called Fridge's ;store, In the parish of Bait Baton Rouge, Craft Holme, wag killed. A man named Green Wateon and four more persona were Indicted fot the kiil- They fled tho country, or at Least Green Watson did, and the governor offered a. ren-arc of for his arresl. A tew days iigo Jack Dnncan received a letter from Mr. J. D 3astor, ot New Orleans, saying that Watson vas badly wanted in Louisiana, and It was Believed he was at Caddo, I. T., where he was nnder the name of Tom TompsoS. Ha -.closed a description of him. ilr DuncTn .nmediately set to work to rind nUiman7 Prom he expreas agent at CJaddo he found that" an answering that description and a-oina r.der tbe name of Tom Tompkhw ww work S on the farm of D. B. Hatipton ace. r Mr. Duncan left here night found E' Knt to DaUa? Sunday f -wefs the description J' 'bat be [killed t He refiwaTfo t: Ik, only sajing that he came to tn o moute ago, and that he came by the raU Cain' .JJf' Mr. Cam, arrived in Dallas last evening bv the Ts.ias and PaciOc road, for the wisouer Thw STLIf- areTS be 7, Canted. The prisoner So H. hta he had on whlcS had Cynthia Lee, WHICH bad the neighborhood news: it was from Fridge's store, and In all probability the correspondence between the two. was the means cf locating the prisoner. Miss Cynthia ssyti a picnic not far from where she lived, and they all had a good time, marred en wore i to aecara the jhound and a desperate flght ensued, ia ..ich the othfr oflicers and engineers of the .kittrv badly wounded. The Grey. honni 1 on a full head ot steam and. escaped tothif. V The 6rantfl Loi- October Randolph Churci.. of state India, has accede, je request for a seirchmg.inquiry Mfal froman' To Stop Him. MANF 'AV, October 19.-Every available armed r has been summoned for servica. decided to stop the Brit; envoy with ibe Indian govern- ment's u. at the frontier. Anarchy I. Burmali. October Times has ad- vices toll Sect that complete auarchv nra- expected the OacoiJ n- 'rtntth- iu it. cue tribe, wil; torm Mands.lay. A very hostile feeling is shown In Burinah toward all for- eigners am a general massscre IB feared. Thu Italian snl at Mandalay hog been threat- ened with imprisonment Tin- Hrmilrong AMnrilon rrr October 19.-7he recorder, lu tho jury, to-day. In relation to thu abduction case, urged them to ro- tmnatrue bill against the for ab- duction, conspiracy and Indecent assault, atat- og I hat tha motives alleged by tho acquired were not a legal defense. Rrcoanlzed by Emperor William. October William has ecognfeed Aichblshop Kremeutz as tha uooe'a appointee to the arch-diocese ot Cologne; Gazetted Rege.c. r, Octobc-r Albrlcht, ot Fatally ghol. ROCK. Ark., October Hot Springs, at 10 o'clock last night, Reid Gantt of the oineSTK W Gantt, fatally tbot J. D. Sullivan, a abont Tbe Entire Otiillu Coull.cnlcd. Exorj PASS, October entire outfit. of Robertson, McOue-fc Moti, on the K. I. railway (u Mexico, have been con- Btcated by Mexican custom-house offlcam, at Ban Felipe. The property constate of numer- Ana has released,
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