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Advocate (Newspaper) - September 7, 1901, Victoria, Texas Jldvncate Vff VrJfe FRENCH fr JJSOKKK FIMT VICTOMIA AMD VICTORIA COINTV SKO Aw KXAD IN UKNKKAI fioo VOLUME LV VIOTOBIA TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1901 Borderings and Ceiling Papers i S Completeand Up matched designs ot the most popnkii tints and shades se Tiioiisand Rolls We do not sell bv sample book but from a stork of Our priies rrnnct fail to be Siiti1factory ami have nit fiupatteius at p p ntar lo pi ices C 11 and See MCKINLEY KILLED As we go to press we learu that President McKinley who was at Buffalo was shot twice in the sioinach and died this afternoon NUMBER 13 TheU S gun boat Rangor has arrived at Panama The Business Mens Olub of Memphis Tenn are managing a trip through Texas in or before January next L VIC10BIA TEXAS 1 GTJAIMLUPJS DOTS jfonmil wrilini iiTPiimx of of HIP American prnpo Guadalnpo Sept 5 to iu dime The letter was EDITORS ADVOCMTI Indnlod 27 tlnec dajs allnr my last letter a typographifiilSTirliirv Ihiys rlTeiof modi wor made mrsay twothirds nfjulinn a bale as the average yield of cotj ton per acre in this vicinity when 1 saidtwofifths of it bale Jt is veryembarrassing to be the i innocent victim of such blunders The Dartmouth college of Hanover N IT will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the graduation of Daniel Webster from that institute on Sept 26th The Northern Hotel of Buffalo N Y was destroyed by fire The loss is estimated at 840000 Pipeman Frank Tites was buried beneath falling debris and badly injured The Mutual Match Company of Clifton N J has been incor porated It will be the largest independent match factory in the United Slates The plant will comprise buildings covering 45000 square feet of land i e 4 7 viisaliiM gains e s cotton gin runs fron BrOSe before daylight till after darlj lnembePS of Ci mark The farmers are doing the right tliingm giving him all hei audoand Mr Hillmau surel Wny city S6Cre tbe Othe Couuci UonndJ appreciates their patronage aud wise we u he is doing all be possibly can to 1 cusation is en VO tJil tlQTUrllcvr1 Hi vt f give satisfaction to his numerous customers Lynn Pridgen brings from one to iwifbales of cotton to the gin every Say iSlJ Gunters hotel is filled at Tohn Crawford who was in read ing the paper or other Sdy that ac lSB aud asbroac a talsehood he is long and 1 hat if the proceedings were al tered Mr Way onr efficient secretary did it whether througl neglect or an attack of that tired feeling we know not nor care I not He is a Way and may be alhight in his ways but in our workat thecotton oil mill f f estimation he doesnt weigh inGohad resigned bis position s much and accepted employment at this gin B a thriving JTrqrii the amount of cash is doing we in in j t wil with the cheapest bouses in Vic1 attend to it toria j Narkadson i Matters pertaining to the wel fare of the city will be publish as received and if any alteration the one sending will Warned In San inionib Didnt Want To Be Forgiven I iiilmit Ilia I opposed youi From Tliurstlays Daily mes nJ sage from San Antonio was llll1 ceived by the parents of said Silas yon stating that Mr p snd Warden and MissBessie Power inc were married in that city Mr j Warden is a promjuentstockman j whmi r nnswer of Ibis county and well known I Jv tt As you miy done your lovel The bride is the charming kwp frmn daughter of Mr J Power Bothjwl mil HIOIIIS Ilinl I onto bolhe bave many friends who wish joint do I lie fnivivin wliiuli I 1 lo no nir move ovot In ave many friends who wish o them all the happiness a married lo life can bring n can bring township if f ketcli you amunlh place Ill till yon full o Colonibia Accepts WashiDglon DC Sepl And taking Mnrxys lilywhite to tbe title department a I Baltimore World 226 enlisted menof the Twenty seventh infantry stationed at Fort McPherson are in the hospital The sickness was caus ed by potornaine poisoning in their food The impression pro vails that the trouble was caused by spoiled beef The Columbia the champion yacht of 1899 is chosen to race against the English yacht Sham rock II in defence of the Ameri can cup The decision was reached after a conference of two hours between the members of the challenge committee At Galvestori yesterday officer Burgsworeout a warrant cbarg ng Rudolf Schmiedeberg with shooting his wife The trouble s said to have occured over a amily matter The woman was taken to tbe Sealy hospital to iave her wound dressed are provided with every facility for tlie speedy and safo handling of fuel oil with the least chanco for loss and waste No acnto alarm but consider able uneasiness is felt for the health of King Edward VII of England Lie has for some time boon suffering with some disease of the throat which necessitates constant watchingand treatment His majestys physieans caution him against excitement as fear of cancer may devolope ExSecretary of State Cabcl Powers of Kentucky who is serving a term in the penitentiary for the murder of Gov Goebul was struck on the head with a heavy inkstand by Jim Howard who it seems is imprissoned in the same col The attending physieans think there is no dangerof Powers dying Howard admits that he was in and expresses regret his temper to get away him Heaton Bros Victoiia and Cuero Tex as General Deposiloiy foi SCHOOL BOOKS adopted by the State of Texas We also cany a full line of the different school books used in other than the public schoolsAl ways iu stock a large assoitment of Pens Pencils Ink Paper Copy Composition aud Blank Books A majority of the powers ap prove the French governments course in regard to the dispute with Turkey Mohammedan subjects are pleased with tbe course France has tak en and believe that the rupture f diplomatic relations will serve as a warning Because her husband reproved ler before her guests Mrs E eters of New York City filled a liquor glass with carbolic acid and drank it After she had rank the poison and physicians ailed she begged the doctors to ave her life Mrs Peters was nly 26 years of age Front f K Austin went lo Goliad this afternoon S M Bullyreturned from Wharton this evening W M Seeligson came up from the Port this morning J T OReilly came in from Beeville this morning F C Proctor was a passenger for Pierce this morning Ed Sittorlo Jr left the city this morning for points north The game of ball Sunday will be between Beeville and Victo ria E H East came in from Bee ville this morning and left for B Campo The Victoria Brass Band will furnish tbe music for the excur sion Sunday Practice make perfect1 but the more some people practice the less perfect they get The excursion to the Port from Cuero Beeville and Victoria next Sunday will be a grand affair Mrs Ed D Linn and children went to Marfa this morning for a visit of 2 months to relatives friends Mrs L PLeibold and chikl Full line of Pen and Pencil Tablets and all other lequisites of the school room 1 BOOKS SOLD FOR CASH All ortlets will receive piompt attentionaud books forwarded by mail or express as may be desired by the purchaser Victoria and Cuero Texas 10 engines of the Santa Fe ail road sjstemhave beenequipp d with oil burners and 75 more ill be equipped by the first of December The first of an order f 200 oil cars have arrived in lalveston and have been put into ervice These cars have a capacity of 9406 gallons each and ren returned borne this morning from a visit to relatives at Long Mott and Lavaca Misses Fannie and Estel Hen ton of Cuero returned home this afternoon after spending the day with Mrs L D Healon It was something unusual slHl it happened as all accidents will and that was the arrival of the Beeville train on time Sundays excursion will be a crackerjack Train leaves Vic toria at 10 15 a m and in return ing leaves Lavaca at 7 p m Dr Howard and A D Hunter came in from Houston this even Vig They were met at the depot by a number of prominent cili zens All aboard for the Port Sun day Pino breeze boatsailing bathing etc Everything readiness lo show tho people good time oC tfoo lloos who are going to the annual meeting of theCon cunlenalcd Order ot lloo Tfoo which will convene in Norfolk Va Tho jolly good crowd will no doubt have a time of theii stay J M llaller formerly of this city but now a merchant of Yoa If urn arrived in the city this mor ning for a short stay with rela tives and friends and returned home this afternoon Last nights performance well satisfied the fair crowd thatwent lo see it The Ewing Taylor Co seems to hold its own among the miniher of shows which travel through the counliy Tonight they will present Enoc Arden J Rothschild H K Jenkins MW Edwards G F Becker and T H Tensley representing the Secuiity Manufacturing Co of Chicago parsed through the city from Lavaca enroute to Bee ville advertising nothing in par ticular but everythngingeneral A special train composed of engine 207 and coaches San Ja cinlo and No 7 carrying E B Gushing assistant to president Van Vleck and General Supt IVorbes on an inspection trip passed over tho lines from Ho senburg to Beeville last evening and returned to Victoria where they spent the night At an early hour this morning they lion of the immigrants go to the lar West It is supposed that the cheapness of land and other attractions offered m the Middle the greater part of year of the 75000 tllein odd immigrants who landed in New york only about 300 went to Iowa 600 declared for Minne sota and small numbers were bound for Kansas Idaho and California Yet many of these States contain large foreign colonies which mightbe expect ed to attract those of the same Tho socalled foreign popula tion of tho larger cities of New York State is increasing rapidly Tlie new census shows thatmany of the foreign elements seem to signaled out a particular city to settle in Iu Buffalo for example there is a large Polish colony numbering over 10000 Rochester has a Russian popula tion large enough to support a Russian newspaper Auburn 3 a population of native Eng lishmen nearly as large as the Rusian colony in Rochester Troy has a large population of Irishbom citizens while Oswego has a large colony of French Canadians than 1000 dents In went to Cuero thence to Lavaca andreturiied to Houston this af ternoon Why The East Gets Immigrants Most Syracuse has more Germanborn resi Jarnestown is the Fourfifths of all the iinmi grants who come to New York declare their destination to be B F Williams went to Hous ton this morning to join a party tho North Atbulic Stales New York attracts the greater number of per cent in rill Nineteen per cent declare for Pennsylvania while but Gper jn cent favor Massachusetts The same number go to New Jersey and but 3 per cent are bound for Connecticut A comparatively small proper laigost Swedish population of any city in the State apart from Now York Utica is well known for its colony of Welshmen There are Greeks Syrians Italians Hussians short representatives of nearly every in New York City often in colonies where many of their racial customs and characteristics are The World N Brya Buys New Paper Washington Sept Naiional Wutchmau Publishing filed a bill of sale Wm J Bryan the plHnt ami newsier known as tlie Nuliomil Waiclnvansuccessor lo tlieHilvnKuighl Watchman The consideraliou mentioned was to
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