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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 17, 1901, Victoria, Texas                                VOLUME LV VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST WHIPPED BY A WOMAN Eorderings and Ceiling Papers Complete and UptDate Irnatched designs ot the must populai colors tints and shades V e d ii t sell bv anpie bot1 hut fiiji a stuck of GUI pri es v and we have ills lo Mi Three Thousand tolls fail to be sat ifactory hue pa ft e i us ai pi p 1 a r r 11 and Our Stock Respectfully NBROS VJOTORIA TEXAS CAUGHT IN A TUNNEL goods tanks of oil many sacks of rice etc all fro me produce well I dont think Such has been the destiny of a little town like the City of Roses Ten Men Perished in a Fi re j of men got together arid Which Destroyed Water plans for iimneiflL Works Crib at Cleveland Oaio Three Clerks Assailed by Wife of Bojcotfed Storekeeper Great Falls Mont Aug Three representatives of the clerks union were horsewhipped today by Mrs William Glass the wife of the propietor of a store here The president of the Trades aud Labor Council later swore to a complaint charging Mrs Glass with assaulting the men It appears that the store con ducted by Glass had been de clared unfair by the clerks Un ion for the reason that the 6 oclock closing rule has not been NUMBER 10 i i tory Meeting after meeting Cleveland 0 Aug today destroyed the temporary water works crib two miles out in the lake resulting in the death of at least ten men while two others were probably fatally in jured In addition to a large number of workmen who were in the crib eleven others were in the tunnel leading from it 200 feet below the bottom of the lake As the air which was pumped from the crib to supply Ilrom Fridays Daily the men working in the tunnel is held and finely they get a stranger here pay him a fat salary then let the business drop The principal reason for letting a thing slip by that is one man will say Well I woukLdonate a dollar if I could count on receiving a hundred for it still Id like to have fifty in my hand This is business sabe Well have different factories when nature puts them here as she is showing by darning the observed The men horsewhip ped had been standing near the store distributing circulars which asked the public not to patronize the place From Fridays Daily W W Jordan came in from he east today DrR R Hopkins went east his morning R H Griffith came in from the ast this evening Jake Cassel returned home to Fannin this evening W H Sutherland went to Ed na and returned today Albine M Rarta went to Hal and the brothers joining in Someone telephoned tothe offi cer Kobt Weisiger and Chas Diegel responding They suc ceeded in arresting Gus Hoh man Tom Hogun whites and Anderson Hagan colored Mrs P H Tom after a pleas uit stay with her parents Mr and Mrs J C Wilson left with her children this afternoon for Ybakum Mr and Mrs T M OConnor and children Will James Law rence and Mary Ellen went 4 to San Antonio this morning to spend a few days visitingfriend j 1 The manner in which tliinjs are being changed about Mailer Bros intend to have one of Urn finest dry goods stores in ihjs part of the country The mid dle partition has been removed and a fine set of show cases put in instead Two cases have W draw ers in which tiiiuu Uiuut4 S 1 TRADE MARK 1887 s KILL THE WORMS and heals the wound nobions are kopi being so arranged that h pub lic may easily see them all Tin cases are made of glass With in the other ones are glass shelves capable of being raise or lowered to suit the goods played The entire outfit wa made by the Bailey Mills Oo aiu is some of the tinest store fix turesin the city By purchas ing of Bailey Mills Co Messrs Haller showed their pride in can was cut off as a result of its de struction it was at first suppos ed these menall perished Sul sequently however nine of th men in the tunnel weru rescue after heroic work on the part their fellow workmen It is sai two men are still in the tunne but those who escaped say one r these is dead That Smoker At the Casino Hall last night from Thursdays Daily It has been said the rive above town is beginning to dan itself This was a projee thought of by some of our citi zens but they seemed to be toe slow The way different enter prises have fallen through i something redieulous There are not many towns in the union thesize of Victoria and contain as much wealth that havent a few enterprises to show the go aheadedness of their inhabitants The new railroadssugar mills cotton mills oil mills rice fields etc have greatly added to the name Of our little burg It was only the day when theGuadalupe the Hook and Ladder Co No had a smoker All of the fire boys in the department and the band were invited At the band marched through Main street gathered the firemen and lead them to the Casino On arriving the first to beseen was a table the entire length of the hall heavily laden with sand wiches hot weiners salads cakes etc After a few selec tionsfrom the band two span ng matches were witnessed Four pugilists of the colore WPIO employed to display lettsville this morning P R Austin returned to the city from the territory today L L Laycock wife and child from Lavaca this morn ing Aleck Mclntosh was a pas senger from the east this after noon J W Henderson went to Edna today to look after the insurance business B H Matthews of nuero pas sed through the city enroute to Galveston this morning Miss Bella Atkins passed through the city from Davaca en route to her home in Beeville Richard Kunitz of Cuero re home enterprise more than be said of many other merchants The following shipments ol live stock were made during the past week from points on the New York Texas Mexican and Gulf Western Texas Paci fie Kys Tuesday August 6th from Inez W H Sutherland of Vic toria two cars of cattle to New Orleans from Fannin T W Fleming one car yearlings and one of cows to the same market Friday August 9th from Clip T B Dugat two cars of cow to New Orleans from BeevilleA Mahony one car of calves to the same point from Pierce J W THE STOCKMANS Usefiil lor any class of animals Particularly Sheep and Cattle SPANISH GUNS STOLEN Storm At New Orleans They Weie Dismantled aud Hvokerj Up fur the Metal in Them Mitchell four St Louis of cattle to fnm istic maneuvers This being ver with the guests were invit d to lake places at the table nd help themselves Those iial did not accept the invitation ould easily be counted During he entire evening Hedenslcog s cigars and Lone Star severely punished Every ody present displayed great atisfaction at the way they ere entertained The crowd spersed rather late you tt iiti tuc ny j v and three of the large guesa lno lirne looking at the steam boats on the beautiful of the manv that participat Guadalupe river left the city Jed forlhey have a spell of the heavily laden with sugar cotton googoos today turned home this afternoon after spending the night in the city Miss Mitchie Wofford and brother Chancy of Cuero return ed to their home this afternoon T P Bastland left for points east this morning prior to going to work for a Commercial Agency Miss Adelia Leuschnerretun ed home this morning from pleasant visit to relatives ant friends in Cuero J D Seeligson returned tr Saturday August 0th Van Vleck Mr Lee one car sheep to Houston Henry Rugc ley one car of cattle to Houston and M OConnell one car to irm same market Afraid Of Monroe Doctri ie Goliad this afternoon after spen ding the day with his brothei W M Seeligson of this city Al Turner a well known dry goods clerk formerly in the em ployment of the Hub arrived in he city from Ouoro yesterday fternoon Yesterday evening about 7 clock a freeforall scrap took lace across the river at Fieks aloon It appears that a couple I of young bloods got into a scrap Aug li dispatch toihe Herald from ln inn aaya Tim following is a ru lalion Iroin editorial couuncni published in LlStoilc a KICIH paper in Panama appreciating any action the UUP ed States might think imperative j to prevent Knropean intervention New Orleans La Aug 15 j The atnrm which developed here yesterday afternoon continued throughout the night heivy wind blowing today Re ports from Mississippi Bound indi considerable damage hit n betU small bridge bath Santiago de Cuba August 18 in yierH Seven days ago it was dis8luall boalH weie covered that two modern sixinch Spanish guns which command lie entrance to the harbor of Santiago were missing This attery and the guns of the Sa opia battery were the only mod ern cannon employed by the Spanish against the United States warships with the excep tion of those landed from the Spanish cruisers Today the harbor police discovered the guns had been carried to a for est on the other side of the bay and been broken by explosive ready for shipment as old metal Several Spanish ships have been searched by the police who had expected to discover that the gnnajverii being shipped by tlie Spaniards to Spain The unlries guarding them were re moved iK months ago It was considered impossible to can tr the guns and there was no fear of malicious destruction A Hoys Predicament no irves were lost Mucu Of tbtt iear section of New Orleani ii un der water a number of manuftc lories have been invaded and cuutfcii a tempuraiy shut down of business There is a loot ol water in honiM Tremaine market was Hooded and scows were broughi intoiequisiuon to enabU lu get Iroin tuen hoiaea to higher portions of the city Hundreds ol business men of New Ontans live along he gulf coast aunisr the summer and thus far orpus Christi Tex Aug IS Phis morning Hiram the nine year old son of Doctor Segrest was leading a milk cow to water when she became unriilv His inSmith American countries not fnvor in the least mid diMl any direct intervention in i nntional affairs by invoking Monroe doctrine IIM they h beleive it would jutural sovereignly The Old ManYour love In ny daughter seems to have ery fast since you found mi f was worth so much money got entangled in the rope and dn I was drawn up to a post the jiw milking several circuits pxuiind ihc jioat and his leg The was fwirfnlly lacerated lie bone fractured cut was entirely around the an I kle clear lo the bone making a rerious and very painful wound lle releasedfrom his trying stioriand medical attention im The Young Man admiringly mediately fjivyn but it will be No faster sir than the subject wr quite a while before he will be anted Ittble to get out again heen umljio K reach ihe city Kepoita from tlie rear of the city say an area in about two milea in extent and thickl popu la led is flooded to a depth of two Jheie is much suffering g HID poorpi classed in conse nuiuie UveraOOO lives weie lost at when that neck ol land was swept by a storm a few years ago Uiasissippi river m I in tlie oily in like a miiiatiiro gull lind Inanj larbor craft hud lohug the shore in or der to avoid being swamped At I a 30 the wind continues to aver liour wiiu frg qtienl puffs ten miles faster show ilg great strength Wires are down between Mobile all points west Nothing can he heard of the L and N irain8 due Una noon and afternoon One truin nat have arrived at 1itiS lauot in Oil Near Victoria Jones Bros of Dallas are wil ling to sink a test well near Jas mine Keeran Station about 8 miles east of Victoria for oil provided the enterprising citi zens and property owners of that ocahty are wiUing to assist them in tne way of furnishing fae water hands etc   

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