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   Advocate (Newspaper) - September 21, 1901, Victoria, Texas                                1 1 V I and claimin and tosaidone acre L f i T A City Allys com 70 Marshalls com 35 duo city o in full possession of tlie interests Pound fees 7 m heretofore heldby the city save J the sod earth and gravel hereto The ed in said contract and lease so Recorded vol 41 page 479 and to place the said Mrs E J White Borderings and CeiimgGPaper Complete and Up loWe matched designs ot most popular olois UnLs and shades do by le book but a stork of IhllJIoosaMRolJs Onr prices cannot fail to be satisfactory and we have some finepatterns at pop nlar low pi ices C 11 and See Our Respectfully HEATON BROS VICTORIA TEXAS fore removed by the city I saidMrs E J White and A A I White upon the acceptance of said release waves any and all claims or demands against the city arising from or but of said contract and lease or caused from the excavation made by the I city or under its directions in the removal of sod earth and gravel from said one acre of land and accepts Iho same The release is full satisfaction of all demands of whatever nature or character Total due On motion the mayorwasin CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Official Report Regular Aleeiing oL City Coun cil Held dept 16 1901 Regular meeting City Council City of Victoria held Sept I Tho Bon J H Schncidiir Jr Mayor presiding Aldermen present Heath Mc should be drawn ontho treasur er for thalamounlin J 0 Owens favor We did not examine the report of the clerk of corporation court not having the marshalls report Dave Cassitty F B Under Moved that the W Wcommit tee confer Mayor wag granted two weeks further time in which to conclude a contract for the city printing On motion was in structed to furnish the city at torney with a certified copy of levies for various years as called for by said officer On motion the recommenda tion of the committee thatthe penalties aud interest charged in the casesof tho delinqueut taxes and Mrs A j MJMljyj 1111 slructed to issue a proclamation requesting all business men h the city to close their respectiv places ofbusiness from oclock to 12 oclock a m Thursday Sept loth us a marl of respect to the memory of oui deceased President AVm Me Kinley The following bills were read and ordered paid Heaton Bros Victoria carry a full liue of the diffemit used m other than the public schools ways iu stock a atge due by A Jatho GENERAL FUND Victoria AdvocateW1I8 Refugio Escobecla j80 Bud Mitchelli STREET AND UltlDCjE VONIJ John Hoffman 5QQ Felix Glass j87 1 STKEET 1MV SPEC 13 M Eichholz There being no further busi ness tho council adjourned i CE WAY Secty Full Hue Of Pea aud Pencil TabletsaW all other requisites of the school room BOOKS SOLD FOK CASH All orders will receive books forwarded by mail or express M may he desired by the purchaser Victoria and Cuero Teias H The First Citizen mTTTTfTTTTTTl The dotermination of Presi dent Koosovelt to maintain th bowe be remitted duly acdenL Koosovelt to maintain thy cepted it was so ordered traditions of first citizen rather was so ordered 01 cuizen ratlicr the resolution offer I1llnn ille Ul tonal bd by AldMman Lander was wi by all men leeconter withthe County Judoe yt gander was oy aim and CommissionersCourt withal odot61 andordered spread uponh10 have heads view tOfirctlintf thf hnnnr the minutes as follows Before the death of thn 1 If 1 Cabe Lander Hofer J H Schneider Sr V j boar The Secretary havingbeen thereon cused thereading of ho minnles of last meeting was deferred un til next meeting of Vhe council 9 motion absence of Secretary wa s excused byar vote ofHbe council bridge vThe petition of view to getting the County to erect a bridge at the pump sta the said cominitle llc sa comnitle is N authorized to pledge the city to i hnnr t the expenses at SlfiOn Carried Moved that the amount as re commended by the finance com mitteebe from the W fund to the street and as follows Resolution Whenthe president ol United states was stricken down by the handrof a dastardly assas Sin A blow of the laic a secret serviceman of sina blow American was struck up the vice presi was ordered off The first act of the new prosi V upon finding himself cover hind and the tgeneral refunded to money accumulates vThe petition of Mrs Alden refunded to the W building W money accumulates to act intn tnofunds to which the same the premises is transferred The petition of A Jatho Carried Institutions the ed was Xk tho privilege of an magnitudeof which we Van walk free from os celv comnroKoiifl nionaen Thnon f T I These two incidents go v Tiae to the 1teTwith ow power to act Refi On motion thechairman of the W com was ahthorizedtd purchase alcar oflignite coal cely comprehend express our Jitter detesto sllow President Roosevelt tation of the libwardly act doubtful the motive All ciexPf aents and that he is nolprc Vdization stands appalledat the Pared to faythat an American enormity of the crinie The President cannot move about a time is now jmone his own nnnnin n symbol of that authority which finally vested in God All Christians believe that coincident with their belief in godheadgoes fidelity to thohead of slate There is between tho two such an union as can only bo dissever od by most grave ing short of an abandonment its duty to lhogovernmentitso The free thinker in religion also a free thinker in his notio governmental allegiance T m an that ai i lagonizes govern m e antagonizes society and final the family unit which ronde tho stale possible Sometime this morninc Walter Klein Houston this evening came in motion the Puliclusclcar coal Etheiinance committee asj following iW fhitionwnsdnlvadonlfifl imii LUI ULCU UH v o t commissions duelhe collector towit Kfamonuting to 8457 was adopted onUielGtb day of andthe secretary was as JPeas of Record vouchers to cover vol 41 page179 of the Records f f I m time isnow at prompt efficient and vigorous measures mustje taken by ouVnational and state governments to stay the handOf those like assasslns miserable associates and Effectually stop theadvocacy of pie without the necessary in i 1 the fully justify the decision of the presi dent Tho assassin is not a condi is an exception When Ordered thatthe report of the committee be adopted ad upon the minutes as Victoria Tex Sept 12190J To Maypr and City Council of Victoria do White Gentlemen tWe your finance COmmittee make the following V report Ave have have examined the report of jhe Public Weigher V and report of Water Tickets col lected by him from June 1st to Sept 1st 1901 and find same correct IR We have examined the report 6f the city collector and fincl same correct with the exception and A A White made to tlie city of Victoria through its duly authorized agentsJ H Schnei T L N llofer andL G m a certain contract and lease of 1 acreof land for pur poses in said lean set forth and that he failed to deduct his com missions due him on the street wul bridge t327 and city hall andstreet im an whereas the city of Victoria hav ing usdd and appropriated all of the sod earth and gravel on said one acre ofland suitablefor the citys use and hence the city have no further use for tho same Therefore be it resolved by the city council of the city of Victoria that the Mayor of the city of Victoria be and he is hereby fully impowered author fTjJtJll their doctrines No Godno ever he appears neither generals Government no Managers no or troops can anticipate him Property If theyare longer President Carnol had at his beck permitted to propogate such in20000 men when the assassin famous principles thevery foun climbed into his carriage exu dation upon which our civilization Alexander of Russia was sur rests willbe undermined and rounded by 50000 men when he society utterly destroyed In lost his life to violence Neither tho death of William McKinley Walls nor generals nor troops can our Nation has sustained an irreanticipate the evil parable loss organized governIn every case in which assas there may bo found a freethink who has not been quite able throw off the environment Ghri tianity has wrapped round abou him and who claims credit fo his principles for a condition h has not been able to escape I3u tho final end of tho free thinker who throws off all di vine restraint is that anarchism which applie the same rebellion to worldly government What is wanted abovelaws and courts and sheriffs is thatslrong religious integrity by which tho pioneers were marked who did right from motives of religion and wore very glad afterwards to fiind that this action was also in harmony with law The ear nestness of Jesse Alorcor who ment has received a ment nas received a violent as sinalion has entered tho while sault arid society has lost a most house it has been by men who GStltTlFlhJp 11 estimable member In thrown off all religious re hood and tender to her our 7 freeliver most sympathy in this her sadGuit0au wns vcaliy ftn amifchist J i desthour of affliction though he did tint use tho name ized and directed in tho name and for iho city to execute to Mrsj3J Whito and her hus s io name The report of the marshal for and Cxolgosx has openly declared ma1 month of Aug was received and Jlinself an adlmruntof thisatrowllic1 10 referred to the finance cult The anarchist is the toe as follows towit The anarchist is the who has first thrown of all spoke boldly wilh the Hiblo as his textbook the ardent appeals of a Uvielr Pierce who under stood not the methods of equivo is thn sort of rolig ions forvor that will stamp out anarchy and anarchists Give us a season of revival in thnoarnpsl ness of the fathers make those strong principles dominate personal conduct and I hus main tain that American manhood opon from the east thiVaftWrioon Jred Urban wenttoWnirtour this morning to Hss ICatie Buhler homo this afternoon from Judge J C Wilsqn returned home from Miss Katie Geffert is in visiting relatives and W day Goldman returned from a business trip to Houston joday i J 0Carrol arrived VOHW froma visit to bis Borclair C A Chastang went to Hous on this morning to attend tt Justness Miss Caroline Wilkerson rev urned home from Cuero this bicnoon 4 JD Seoligson and child passed through the city enrouta o their home in Goliad Prof 0 1C II Mundt wentto ognin to accept a jjosition in the igh School of that city Miss Lnla mil returned from avaca this morning after a stay several days with relatives and ionds Ianl lecher agent for tha inscho Xeitung came in from ro and other points on p today A JArmgton of Alabama left for Cuoro this morning after a nlonsanl visit in v 1 i j pleasant visil Mrs Marmion She his TVidnys Daily I TelTlan1 is in Cuoro today s rs rown of all Amovnt of fines assessed 11500 allegiance to God from whirl it ean is in Cuoro today n I f110CUid 700 H bntanowy Slop to throw off S Hraschor is drumming Uo Jerk of Recover foes waesallegiance to government In today MWtQO eovornment nwna T daughter Wear A Mask But her beauty was completelr hidden by sores blotches and pint pics till 8lio used Biicklena Salvo Thou iliay vanished M will all priipnont foversorcs boilt and felons from its uw rnfillillo for otita corns buroi sanlds nnd pilog Cure 26o at flonton Urot   

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