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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 7, 1899, Victoria, Texas                                VOLUME UI VICTORIA TEXAS SATURPAY JANUARY 7 1899 THE HUB STILL TURNING Texas will be turucd loose Jan The Guadalupe Valley railroad is graded to within throe miles of Yoakum The Weekly ADTOCATI is now I the only weekly paper published t I in Victoria for I he general reader I JDcwoy iilnv the head fi the American uavy nmlsJit head no navy ever dolphin Nuilh American We are beginning to fear Hint John Brisben Walkers new Demo From Fridays Daily THJB TKAYUlKrlKiVRY last iVrflcnrr MISSION VALW3Y NOTES Toiho Advocate Christmas in our community passed over in a veryquiet md unassuming way However the customary CiiriBtniuB dinners wero enjoyed and the annual by wingoul inlritho it of Santa Glaus brought happi Mr iilUe glower i wbo is tils noiiryt noiglibor had a pllty which lesultuil hi ml PRECHTEL McKENNA Owners f cracy exbnuislcil itselfin tbe advance Post Col Koosevelt set himself a hard talk in confining his search for spotless officeholding material New Mews And see for yourself if that grand establishment of Is not full of the finest goods you have ever seen and willing to sell at leasonable price iticcessM J Depends Upon the proper selection of varieties and wcll grown tress properly handled We claim to I now how and would ask a trial shipment We have test orchards from which we propagate We are more Especially Wholesalers And supply many dealers Why not buy your stock direct There are otherswho claim to be the only propagators in the Coast We invite you to visit ouf groitnds and become convinced We make no extravagant claims You buy the trees and they11 do the rest We have no Agents GALVESTON NURSERY ORCHARD CO P W Mally M Sc Prop Hiihn Galvsston Oo Tsras I IMFORIUM The Racket Store Train No east hound piuqeiijipi irrlves from Cnero nm TruinSo 151 east bound paesennei leaves for Houston a m Tiam No 152 west bound pneeongei tnivea from p in Train No Io2 weuc bound iiiiwonjpr eaves for Caero n in Tiain No 165 mixed ilaih cxrcpi Sunday arrives lioiu Poit LIVHVH 9SO No 1UO mixed daily a in Tinin Sunday leavea for Poit Lavaca p m Train Ms IBS mixed daily except Sunday leaves tor Onero 10 a in Train Vo 1G7 mixed daily excepi In the summer oi 1895 some ed itorials on the railroad question appeared in the ADYOOATE Al ter February 7th believe we will be able to reproduee them with an illustration Tin nay industry between Vic toria and Wharton lias become a considerable item to the railroad in the way of freight andin pnvt compensates for the loss of cot ton Certain it is business with fcs the railroad seems to hnve won derfully iuci eased during the last two years In noticing it all Hie most jegretiiblo feature is hat much of the freight that was brought to Victoria should have been the very Mud of freight shipped oul Bacon Irish pota toes and canned vegetabl6s should not be imports it Victoria In the good old days when the republic was young Daniel Wdb ster was n free trader and John C Oalhoun a protectionist They changed sides In point of abil ity these giants for outranked McKinley and Bryar but it is doubtful whether they occupied the minds of life people ot their day more than do Bryaji and Mc Kinley now Bryan and McKin ley are about to swap sides on the tariff question Expansion means free trade and an opponent of ex pansion inuat naturally be against juossto tlui hearts of the little ones who always entertain the i joyous anticipations of The new year is well on afrci wetrust it willproven happy and prosperous one for nil We also trust that various good resolu tions will bo put into effect and and such boneflts result as the case might require Mrs Innis Gauo gave a rery enjoyable card party at the home of her mother Mrs J R Easpn Monday evening1 Miss Janie Walker oanie over from Clul veston and spwnt Christ mas with the homo folks Shu will return Saturday of ihis week Prof C ICi Wilbanks principal of the school nf Hope Ltivucu county spent Christmiia with Val ley friends Russell Adcock und Miss Mary Ulliott fjnvo their friends a genu ine Christmas surprise in HIM wny of a jcjuiet wedding at the home of iho brides parents Justice Good win officiating Our young friend TVillio lor left Uiolirat of the week lor Sati Antonio lo oilier iiprni a course of study at the Alamo Business College lie is a bright young man and we predict Ibi him a successful future Felix Miller a youngslgdcnt in his buck with ishot Henry wmitod it settledWithtire near we can learn TrA for luis been arrested mid when the trial comes up our readorn be given ihefacla brought ont incident li s the twi niiiy bo B1PLHY TKRKBL As ire go to pressire learn that Biplcy Terrell of Sau Antonio Eiver neighborhood is dchu Cheapest place in town to louy goods The prdot of is the eating thereof New York Texas Mexican Railway AND Gulf Western Texas Pacific Railway Gos Tiain No 162 mixed daily excep Sunday leavea foi Beeville 237 p m Tiain So passeaaer Sunday lily leaves for Beeville 2 H5 p m Tiain No 1U3 passenger Sundays unly ariivea from Beeville a in 10 IBAVELEJBS The old liable Louisville and Nnsh ville railroat aas increnped its Already veiy supeiioria foi teaching nil points noi tb aiiu east Over the imite via New are run through sleepers in hietest limit to New York Philadelphia Bnltimoii Washington AtlantaJacksonville Fli Binningham Nashville Louisville snd Cincinnati as nollascoaches and sieeip eis tiiiough 10 Chicago wilhqnt change The principal allies of the ippi river are rervheri over this line free trade hence iluJviuliy oi tariff bill fame becomes a free the graduating3 glrvsa of the Gal vestou Medical College spent sev eral days here recently the guest of Mrs JIL Walker MisB Virginia near Victoria is tiie guest oi Misses Laura mid Ida Adcock MRS SN15IOR Mrs F Af Siicigr died at licrresU dence in this eiLy this nfternobu be twoen twelve and one oclock of In giipo nged sixty years was nn old resident of Victoiin and leaves to moliru her dentil two children toivit D Sueigr of Ouerp and Miss Alice Sueigfof this city f Joe Krnoirier is up n nice little cottnge at towi Oal Stanford lufonns us that liis haclc ivas clnmnged to the ex teut of about 5MOO in the ruikwuy Tuesday night Mies Prucea of wilflfi the next sitlrftctiiiii ut IlauschildS Opera hoiisn Tiio booked for the lOtii of tliis montfh am thu people of Victoria prepare for n t rent for the cofn pnny is a strong one and nothing butprnisfe has been saidof timift in the citoa where they have up penred change of cars Iruin New Oi new train via Memphis is a great success the run to Louisville being made in lesi than eleven lionr If mis The uuing maue in lesi tnnn eleyen Train leavea Memphis daily nt 8 AS rawel1 inlmost its ceilain trader and Bryan a protectionist TUB PISTOL HABIT Teiroil Index There must be no surrender of pub lie opinion us Lo tie pistol cairymg babit It must be stopped There ia uo excuse for it Nogod ran come of it nud it is iu eyery way wronjr evil and bad Phtol carrying hag no place in acivilizerl anil veil governed community The highways amUhor oughiares aie supposed So he and me safe jtrom thugi thieves and rowdies and no fear danger from tiny of ever crosi he mind of the man who gop foith on the streets yet how many of them carry pwlols i We say that evciy just humane and elevated remimcm ilemimrli the prac for sorrow death wMoneil iiomes nre friit II n dctcr Miss Mattio Wiliiums and ss ter Mrs of Mitldlijtowu ara visitiug MrsI R Eason We regret to bear that Miss Mat lie was taken quite and Jrouse was sumuionecl yesterday evening Miss Katie Davidson left Jasi evening lor Memphis o visit Mrs McXees of that city elpctinn lo tin1 fiuiiuu Vet a man by the nuniof Hinniwa nuglit 10 he able inMin Jon Mini niimioi Ohimllii nilntjia ilnil f nid in ttliuiiimij in XiJ inptliiii1 11 10 In oliieivnl how i Ihnl he Inii mil yc i nMI I j KI the IIHI u Yoilt Sful unl JSxpiejj Slllol SoJMB clllllla I llHI Alldn have tiuU I SJMIII Mill levity1 an I ili ceit JMTIK tili Una of ilui Iniei OHIUI from Priilayt Daily The for the Ambue Jfc Lain Carriage Co of St Mo is in the citv tice should CHP To secure low rates and and hssl service route vmir fnm and Scnboarl via JIoWtn line from points ea t HIP reflns loinls nest tie vii it T close connections at Hoiislon ami Nmv Orient Save inonfy by piirchnsinir Ihroiizh nikil on alo at roiiunn leave Yiotnrii as Fr HOHPIOII IO15 i frillo p por Jjllmen Lf Cuero Innvps at 10 a in ard cnnneoU with fi A p iri Ciw pm after nrriva of S A A P eistand west LOIIIH r W J ORAIO isppt Visinrin BF Ap Agent 1 m with sleepers and coaches through aniviiijs Louisville a mined public Rittimenf n vigilnnt nali a m Do not start tin a trip lo the norlli oi east until you have written lo T ll KutOiKr Tr PaagAgl Dallas Tex IKOIKRTV FOR SALE 1 want lo foil my homestead 71111 acrisa I ha river from Victoria It con of a Uicsioiy dweliiii Imnsii niil nliier iniprovenumta tOKOflier willi toiir press officernftlic law the courts of the State act together this vicious Mcw can lie aholiahod Lei us all join furcRs and expel imm our a which cranes down lo UK from lie cnrly days of frontier Hie but no longer nccwsary in it day vrhcn incii do not feclcallwl mi to iiicd the Also liVKnty npir nnd mnybe lak the life ofa follow jllii above calcil the Wlitfiler piw and well known 13 a picnic ilnca A1 254 acres of pasture hind on Creak I near the A G ranch i I Ajijiiy to MARTIX DiuiiKi j Viclonn j Bitckwheot and Rye flfjtir at Tray I IwVI Try lt mm tt to Iheif courage Alvr he nnl Iniriw thilt lien I Similar Muililfcin man One iy Ihft tbrtihln JMIHIVII nf thowararc luaking out lull nothing will surprise tho connlry afier SamThurmoiii brought in a load of cow hides yesterday from the Koseborough ranoli on HyiicV Bnv Marriage stock seem to lie rtway above pnr Therecords show three icenesin week and here i a rumor out to the effect that another will be issued some time todiiy w tomorrow James G Base accomprnicd his John A Kose ol London Ontario to Galveston today From Oalveeton they will go toNew Or lean where they take leave of one an other for ther respective homes For two nights commencing Jan 20th the Andrews Opera Company will be here This is strielly a firstclass company stud one in towns ol this size Victoria is the only small town in the Slate that the Andrews company will visit with the probable exception of Austin fxtrcnaroW ift i1Klt of rhiMimiiliMii nr Id hnnil an viilinf f skin iv hili oriuiii to Dr 1 Oil Ins kiiptixi hinl a ill im4 ir ifi liiiin niMiliciitiiin when nf ihj nnunii appear Ii in ly 1ilei 35 50f and f I IjitOn by Minion Jirut 70111 liie mill dr nf ihH IMPJJ an Item sliiiiiiv ilni Uncii fowdtr Jtmpaiip liiiueh ul veitiiir in Amiiiii Ol rmisi lluj itnlf iniit an Phormons one o juHity in iiiii mi fxprmllmri in Tlidcl mi oniigriiii tlinn ihn inn tia i Winril bynilviriNini MM aitirlt 11 nviit an mlifle f llit hijhit ilir liko KnVHl Bakini Iowder which ivliin Hie Imuailrnippr the lnsi fund hi cinnot no wiilimi then Ilif IIIIMIUM of iniua n ncil he it cnnliniiilly foretlii public innl meiit nndeoid a product 1 jjiviit The RorMl Bakini Pni lji ihe li propr etoii and ilip nsnlt is anparciii thonuhnnt tlm liml Hie Ko nl uiinpiny Inleve t ml their H no iu linn nlvcrti ini llfcr lli i isw5 apei ince in ihue iliiiuil ihijseiiyholy icilaiiinn its to 11 groiviiii IhiniI Id M1H pnlilli ivinpiiiir Will he l nnv e A I i   

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