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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 31, 1901, Victoria, Texas                                1 r i Victafm FRENOH A JECKER PUBL1SHEKS VlCTOUA AND VlOTOKlA COUNTV SulTIIWHSl IkXAB IJKNkHAI S Jiff VCLUME LV VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1901 NUMBER 12 Borderingsj and CeilingPapers aiid UptbDate matched designs of the most popular colors tints and shades tf Tiiree Thousmil Rolls ftoni a stok of Our prices cannot fail to be snti factory arid have some fine paUuiut at pi p ular low prices Call and See Our IRespectfully ATd BROS VICTORIA TEXAS HAULED DOM Society Episode France Has nu Representative in Turkey Constantinople Aug 28 Tuesday Aug 27 the French flaw was hauled down from the embassy of France after the de parture of the ambassador M onstans and it will not be hoisted again until diplomatic re lations are restored The staff of tbe embassy remains here but there is no charge daffaires Frances consuls in Turkey have Right in It been directed to continue to pro tect French interests Besides 1 must confess Pat that your the immediate causes of the dis action m the engagement surpris agrefemeut itis out thutel constant difficulties wire placed ArwhilM the rriyson that 1 want somebody lo show me wlicre lo unoid llii cial said si grimy looking in 111 nl the kitchen door You neednt lisle me about it rt tnrtfd tho young woman T rtoni Inivi anything to do witli unloading coil Im Hie kilclieu lady I cant help that liu njninedj Jm be POnl gentleman and the father of three kitchen Indies one laundry lady and one cash lady an if you dont show me wltrio to put thu coal Ill call the woman of the house captain dwr Keasou enough Pat Didnt you promise me thdt ynud be in the ol tight and did nt cutcli voa iHludlly tunning away you rascal JJunnin away ia it Dade captain but ye decave yeraclf It was in remi nib ran CP nf my prom ise8or thai Oi wasrunninaround truyin to foind out jmt there the fnight war till IlliclctSt SO Oi Chicago August et Lyler 7yearold and reputed to be heiress to 1100000 was cidnaped today at the home of Mrs M E Greene at 2435 Mag nolia avenue where the child iad been cared for since her mother died a week ago Her captor driving at breakneck speed was pursued by police men in a patrol wagon to Ravens wood a distance of 2 miles where officers horses were dis anced and all trace of the kid naper lost Mrs Greene was given the custody of the child upon the death of the mother who was divorced from the childs father several years ago in the way of French commercial interests in Turkey which con tributed to Constans1 resolu tions All the embassies com plain of interference with trade hanons Sooooo Bridge Wharton Tex Aug force of men under Foreman Mc Donald are accomplishing an amount of work on the Southern Pacific bridge at this point The iron span on the east side of the river is completed and work has bsgun on the longer or main span on the west side The Rome Aug Patria whole bridgeis supported by says that American courts will three granite pillars and whengive no satisfaction for the completed will be one of the J lynching of Italians and urges handsomest bridges along the the government to take other Lynched Itialiaua route The cost of the bridge will be about 860000 Detitschland Breaks Record New York N Y Aug The Imperial German and Unit ed States mail twin screw ex press steamer Deutschland ar measures against the United States A nogro prencliei ndrlrcrscd hia flock with great cnrnpslnefcs on the sulject of as Inl lows My Moved friends de grnalcBS of all was bont HiifJ Ilslifs Dey was rived in port early today with a5000 loaves and 2000 fishes and new record to ImrJscore This de twelveposllcs lml to cat cm trip was made fromCherbourg The mirocln is dry didnt Mole 10 Sandy Hook lightship in five days 12 hours and 23 minut Barnes Sells all kinds 3045miles of builders hardware LITTLE HEIRESS IS KIDNAPED Margaret Lyley Stolen from Home by Uukiiow Person oin Fridays Oaily J P Poole went to New Or eans today Win Benton returned from a justness trip to Alice Willis McOutcheon went to San Antonio this morning Will Kibbe left lorSherman his morning to enter school J Leffiand and S M Bailey went to Goliad this afternoon Allin Pickering left for the ranch in Jackson county Mrs B Verhelle went to Cue ro this morning to visit friends F Haller returned home from Yoakum yesterday even ing T M OConnor and son Jamei returned home from Lavaca this morning Mrs Wiu passed ihxough the city from Beeville enroute to Cuero Miss Mamie Haynes left for Beeville this evening to visit rel atives and friends Mrs W T McCampbell and daughter of Berclair are in Cue ro visiting friends D M Stevens returned from Edgemere Pa today after being absent quite a while Mrs A M McFaddin and sis ter Miss Myra Pettus returned from Houston this evening J Dreyfus representing a large dry goods firm catoe in from Yoakum this morning Miss Laura Lea Coward went to San Antonio today to enter the Lady of the Lake Academy Albert and Herman Krtling after a short stay in the city re turned to Rockport this evening Mrs Henry Sanders and chil dren of Lavaca passed through the city this morning enroute to s Cuero Albert Einst proprietor and editor of the Deutsche Zeitung left for Cuero this morning on business Miss Bertha Haller returned home after spending several days with her sister Mrs Her man Haskell of Houston Chas Hiller has on exhibition a jaw bane ol some monstrous v A animal The curiosity WAS un earthed in a sand pit near Spring Dreelt Mrs H A Neumeyer return d home from Goliad after spending several day visiting daughter Mrs C A Law 0 G Levi and J 1C Hexter eft for Canada this morning to spend a month with their fann ies who are spending the suin ner there Miss Cecelia and Josephine Jailer returned home from Yoa jum this morning after assisl ng in the grand opening of Htil er Brothers Dry Goods Co Last night about 8 oclock HIM nembors of the band left the ity for a moonlight ride and practice at the residence of Aug Wagner They returned at one oclock well satisfied with the tune they had The Beeville train came in about twelve oclock today in stead of Tho cause of the was the loading of nine cars of stock one ol cotton and Lhruo of freight This caused out gntng eastern train about in bourand a half late The Southern Pacifichas re jected all bids on the now depot which is to bo built in San An tonio It will be built by the S P and used by them the M 1C T Gulf Shore and Aransas Pass Rys The I G N will also all in line and erect a new depot ivhich promises to be as hand some as the S P Recent letters from El Paso announce the continued serious illnessof our distinguished fel low citizen Hon A B Peticolas which 1ms prevailed for several weeks Accompanied by his wife he went to that city in July loping to recupereate from quite a severe spell which he had here some weeks At last accounts ais condition had a slight favor able change and it is his inten tion to return to Victoria as soon as he is able to travel Heis in the hospital at El Paso where he las the advantage of every com fort and convenience and the best physicians and nurses We iope soon to have his faitnlar presence amongst us fully re stored to health Dispatches received here early this morning announced the death of Major George A Quin tan at llouston at midnight last night Major Quinlan was Viet esideutand General Manager of the Houston and Texas Cen tral Railway for many years hiii connection with that great rail way dating away back into ihe sixties when ho was one of the locating engineers in connection with Capt M G Howe and Ma jor Denny Ho was a very pop ular man and of the most genial disposition yet as firm tin his convictions as Gibraltas famous rock He was a gallant Confed erate soldier throughout the civil war and a member of the HEATONS TRADE MARK 1887 KILL THE WORMS and heals the wound and is the moat effective article made for the purpose THE STOCKMANS FRIEND Useful lor any claay of animals Particularly 8heip and Cattl EXPENSIVE TARGET tnlialing Simmouds I lie Gathaui Gnu Will Undertake to Smash Two Costing Each 1C them bo ought hiimuir doid or word or bought it is H mothers BBS le Spodnra v Who can fathom depth mothers Ovef Ho M New York S V Aug devoted The wild Big are being made of adversity and bright at the Brooklyn navy Ytrd for the test of the new Qitham guu lo at Sandy Hook in lembrr lluoieoae targets costing about are being coDstruc ed They Hie made to rcpreaeut a aettiou of the battleship Iowa The tumour plate ig backed by five of wood Then come Itvo ineli platen and the iron woik iif H ships side with bracei HI id iron aud inner sides ilt1 Int I deilli ol I hi frame work i Bix fuct Ihe supports are of oak timber 15 inches njiUKre A plate Ztf inetiek itnck will cover to ivpreaeui a deck If Wl ill tils iliV6JliH Of Ihl gll Itupej IIT is demunst rated tlif i MIL ets will be demolised with Iwn shuts What Famous People Have Said About Mothers All I hut 1 HID my mother made Quincy Adams Nn tn res loving proxy the wtiichuil I he inutlHrs huajl is tne childs Hhdnl Usury Wurd licrchor Al thiit I HIII or hope to to I my angel coin Lcl France Imve good mothers iiud she will Imve good Napokou Unhappy is the man for whom his own mother has not iimiU1 all shine of prosperity are ad liei however unworthy we inijr he of I hat affection lo love Often when ganup lo the starry heaven can we V iti iniygiiiaiiou catch a glimpse the auitols around the ereat white ugols around the great wbUe Ilironi uiitt among the brightest anil fairiit m thorn all is Our iweet7 beckoning us onward and upwaid to her celestial home fnmi nn M FAEM1R ROBBED OF FORTUNE Iiokpockct Nicholas Relieves of 000 Chicago Kranzafurmer living near Aur ora IU was robbed ot over in noiea 1155 iu checks and 3 iu curieucy on a Cottage Grove avenue cable train here to1 day Fie carried the money and noen in H Urge leather pocket book In an inside pocket of coat I Icr Dick Dowling amp at Houston He was about 70 years of ago ierulilru dt8tin the cblld i is always the work of the mother Is your liver lired Does it Inil In do lU diilv ilnnt neBecl call 11 I lor a Irieiid the for help A lew umy eave a spell of tvkiia Hofblne w the tue pfiifecl livei medicine It cures chilla anil lover Price ion Ktoi For Sale A tine place consisting of 200 acres of land 12 miles from Vie toria at Nursery with allimprove hous0 barn orchard and fine well Inquire at this office or address V A MBYBR Nursery Texas of Ins If you wouiareforin tbe world iroB iU ud begin t De Wins Wiich Hazel bu promptly applied lo burns nml arilil It and quickly lieuthu injured part Tbww Mtwoithleaa counterfeits betura   

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