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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1893, Galveston, Texas WILL IT PAY? Mod ud Uw mooer ron tUi to IM fMt it will bo lor you. Lay .UimUtod ixmMutnm of joarlj ptolto for IwtUuintg ncifsrtUbii, umlte your cautrilpU Jadiekuulr ud to accord with natnru of your biuljusu, tliou Urno to con- sider thft bttt uwchod u! prMWhtiui your tlnmonta to Aboto dllliUtiJ ntwtalii from to wUlunii thotu; dual wilh gtrlmlr and 1 rouorly tnkeu caro of, and the aecoMnrjr timti Mid attention pnld to It. fuirortuioK will pay. ?r coD'.luctud iu a alip-shotliuau- nor. It will u taroly fall abort of attaining tlio dsslrod COLO STORAGE, We have just taken possession of our Cold Storage Ware- house, which is tiie most com- plete in the south, with the best and most scientific refrigerat- ing process. This enables us to keep our BUTTER, CHEESE, EVAPORATED FRUIT and other perishable goods absolutely as FRESH, PURE AND WHOLE- SOME as turned out of the factory. All these articles come to us in refrigerating cars. Send us your orders. HOUSTON. Merchants GALVESTON. TEX. WPT'AT flflflflBTMP ortblALUrHnlM Nnmson's Assorted Pints Preserves In glass, Numsen's Assorted (jiuirts PrcserTos In glass, Numsen's As- lorted Slmkor Preserves In glass, Numsen's Pints Lunch I'iueapple Pre- serves in glass In assorted lots of ten cases below msauracturcrs' prices in Baltimore Moore, Co, BATTLE WITH BAKDITS. One Hobber Mortally Wounded and an Officer Shot in the Log. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Juno special from Visaliosays another fight between Evans and Soutag, the Collie train robbors, and otU- cere took place Sunday evening. During tho conflict Officer Jaokson was shot in the log. Evans is probably mortally wounded, if not dead. At the timo tho wounded officer loft Evans was lying on tho ground, Sontag had escaped and taken to the, hills, fol- lowed by n heavy fire, which, it is believed, did not injure him, as it was dark and his ro- treiiting form could not bo snon. Sheriff Scott of Fresno has been wired to send a posse and officers, and will go from this city to the scone of the conflict. was killed and Evans escaped to the mountains. Three Years for Hlfcamy. TBXARKANA, Ark., June L. Grigsby, n young man, was tried and convicted horo oa a charRo Of bigamy and sentenced to thrco years in tho penitentiary. About two yoars ago Grigsby mnrriud a well connected young lady in this county. Tho pair got blong well togothor until about n month afto, when ho disappeared from Bright Star, and tho next hoard of him lio was married to another girl, a former sweetheart, residing only twenty miles from hm flrbtwife, whom ho represented as dead. He lived with tho seoond wifo just one week and then roturncd to tho other. Muvdered His Employer In Anger. GtrrHRiK, Ok., Juno Saturday Amos Baer, a farmer living ten miles north of here, hired a strango negro to work m tho harvest field. During tho ult at Win. B. KING CO., Wholesale Uiuow Agouti for A. B. C. Bokomlau Door. Agtfflta for Paris Exposition Boor. A gouts for Tho Owl ABOUT THE WORLD'S FAIR, THE CHIEF OF THE OLAK MoLEAN AKKIVES IN CHICAGO. Ex-President Harrison Is Also Thera and Will'Deliver an otor General Davis Talks. CHICAGO, III., Juno Fitzroy Donald MacLean, bart., hereditary chief of tho Mao- Lean clan, arrived in Chicago to bo present) at the world's fair gathering of tho clan. Ho was accompanied by Archibald John McLean, chieftain of PoanycroBs, who has como with tho baronet from Scotland, and Donald Mac- Loan and George H. McLean of New York city. At the depot a big delegation of local end outside mem bora of the clan woro, in waiting for tho ohiof and with them were throe pipers of tho Forty-eighth from Toronto, who struck up a wild melody as. thd long string of cars pulled into the depot. Sir Fitzroy was warmly received, by the crowd of Scottish-Americans and was at ones driven to the Auditorium, whore a largo suite of rooms was in readiness for his use, and that of tho chieftain of Pennycrosa. Be- sides moay Chicago MacLoans there wora others from surrounding places such as Rock- ford, 111.; Janosvillo, Wis., and still others as far away aa Son Francisco, Cal.; San An- tonio, Tex., and Toronto, Canada. This after- noon tho distinguished visitors went to the fair. To-morrow a reception will bo given at tho Auditorium. Wednesday a coaching party and Thursday night a big banquet will bo held by the clan. On the following night there will bo a festival of Scotch song at Central musio 'hail. This IB the first gathering of any Scottish clan over assembled in tho world outside of Scotland. Director Davis on Sunday doling. BOSTON, Mass., Juno General Davis of tho world's fair arrived in the city yesterday. In regard to Sunday closing ho said to a reporter: "As director general, elected by tho national commission, I am a covernraont officer, and when wo got tho money from llio government on tho condition that the fair was to be vlosod on Sundays I had nothing to nay about it. My duty as a government officer was simply to carry out the law. When tho matter cnmn into court and I was cited to appear I elated that I was prepared to obey tho law as laid down by any proper author- ity. I think from a financial standpoint if wo wore to return tho to tho gov- ernment and open tho fair on Sunday it would bo against us. I was very careful in making an oxaininution of the poonlo and I fouud that thoso who cama on Sundays wcro tho nnoror. who could not attend any other _______ Harrison Kti Itociie. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Juno Harrinon lolt lost night for Chicago to bo present at tho dedication of tho Indiana building on Thursday. Ho will spend n fow days visiting tho Fights at tho fair hoforu thn divlirntion p.t whioh Im in In make an address. During hto stay iu Chi- cago ho will bo thi; guest of President 1'aL. mur. Tho trip made over tho ''Big and upon reaching Chicago tho ox- president und his daughter, Mrs. accompanies him, will goto thoLakotahotel. The Reception. CincAGo, 111., Juno Ex-rrssidont Har- rison was a visitor tt the fair to-day. ,Ho was tho guest of President Palmer of tho national commission und was takon for a drive through the winding ways of tho whito city nnd shown tho beautiful buildingn. Shortly after noon Palmer brought the distinguished guest to titti uuiuiuinirmiuu uuliuiutf, whoro ho 8at down to an elaborate luncheon. The visit was entirely informal. When tho ox-presi- dent arrived at tho administration building there wero several hundred people sitciiitf a'uuul uii Uio buiiubee, uiuuy uf V.IIULU viuru eating lunches. Word was quickly passed around that ex-President Harrison had como and in an instant thero was a rush to see him. As Harrison entered tho rotunda there was a vigorous clapping of handH and waving of handkerchief a. The ei-p resident acknowl- edged iho compliment by removing his hat and bowing. _______ Tho Breakfasted, CHICAGO, 111., Juno infanta dined to-day at 12.80 o'clock in tho White Horso inn at tho world's fair. Tlio breakfast was ar- ranged for yesterday, and early this morninjj Manager Seery of tho inn had a full force at work decorating the building and putting everything in readiness for the infanta s visit. Tho inn, which Charles Dickons has written GO much about in the Pickwick papers, waa cleaned to a nicety from top to bottom. Tho main court was bordered with a fringe of natural dowers, and ovor thodoor to tho Pick- wick club rooms wero tho stars and stripes tho yellow and red. Covers were laid sixteen persons, thn numbnr in infanta's party. Tlie table decorations were modest, but tho heavy furnishings of tha club room gave it an artistio air. At the conclusion of the breakfast Eulalio and suite wont out for another sightseeing. Dr. BARTER'S unmm BITTERS Celebrated and guaranteed for its medicinal qualities. Hnmtaoma Silver Water Pitcher ffivon with onch or'lor of Pix cnipp. Nictccl 1'latod with throo cases. Write for illuetruted circular ami spooial dig- counts, ULLMANN, LEWIS Co PLANT IT ON LIPS, Yocr way dlaplayo u wtuttau Plftco yonr arm around hor walit; BaiBn her on hor pink too And pi tot it aqnarely on lips I W. II. IN TH1C NKWfl. Now, whnn yon'vn nnytliinir to noil. Py all means ADVERTISE IT WELL) For rending pooplo nil poruao Tha nda thnt go Into Tm Thon K Mtt-lo ooramon sense, ('Tin (nr more than IMH And you'll admffl it oac4, 1 taiak,
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