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   Advocate (Newspaper) - October 5, 1901, Victoria, Texas                                1 I Jyf N w D v K rV f TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 n L i f v I Ceiling Papers h Complete UptoDate nialcliecT designs otthe i V J tints and shades Thousand Rolls from a stock of fi On cannot fail to bc satisfactory v Jand we have some line pallet us at pop j ular low prices Gall and See Our Respectfully HEATONBfiqS VICTOBIA TEXAS GUAUALUPB DOTS 6ct 6 190J new ship bill intro the in the next Cession differsfrom tl of congress Jt t one which Sena tors Frye and Hanna made stre nuousefiorts to have passed last wjnjer are to be determined between this ti mo andBecember but ifis deter Mine Disaster Victoria B COctl1rSeveni teen rrfen are dead as a result of fire andexplosion in Bs tension Mine No belonging to the VVelhngton i y Compariy alter Ihe bill inlmy radical mariner Some efforts witTbe V measure accept able to J those who opposed tho old one The advpcateVof the ship sub sidyjDroposeVeginniiig earlyin briugmgthejssue to the front at filar fcedJromacurWn wlJich caught tire from a minors lamp The 8 re broke out at the bottom oi lovel No a and was com niunieatcd across the slope by one of the curtains Tn half an hour the whole slope was on fire The rescuers Hocked to the mine and leached the place1 where the miners had been at i A Deaver has rented the Lauie placeJrbmS BDabney Esq Neuman Has rented the Svoboda place that isKtlieplace MrSvoboda hass been renting Antonio Svoboda willerect a iouse on his land recently pur chased from P Zeplin and vill move into itthis The wo Italians families will remain on the Preston Austinfarm Crescent Valley people are building a church and school house size24X32 It is a convenient size fora both church and school purposes The old house was sold to Taylor Tipton for fe5 The following namedschools will begin Monday October 14th Crescent Valley Guadalupe LoneTree Hood and Wright Patronsare earnestly requested by the teachers to start their childrenaithe beginning of the term and to send regularly throughout the session L T Steele was authorized by the school board to have a black board made for the Wright Ue jut his foot on the mans head and trumped him ontho stomach before tho unfortunate keeper could bo rescued The man was sent to the City Hospi tal where he is registered as Mortimer LoudoU 39 years old of Troy N y hag ibs broken on the right sale and two on the left and his face s badly mutilated wheio tho easl stepped on him The ex eut of his injuries is not yot mown Uo remained imconsci us48uveral hours Loudett is aid to be man whom IB elephant has attacked this eason the others all being fa allyjn jurcd lie says ho thinks 10 elephant was whippkl by his or infiaction and that the brute look revenge on him not being able to get at the trainer 3 3 HeatonJBros as General Qepositoiy for SCHOOL I adopted by the State of Texas i full line of the different than lie public in slock a large nssortmeui 06 Peus Iencils Ink Paper Copy Composition and Blank Uooks anil school He left theorder for same witJu Bailey Bros and he expects a first class job mill froma at the beginning of the season but that Laugh and the Woild Uiiglie witli you have oliill you dull alone Clioutliania tivc Oliill Tiibletacmcj gives HIJ up petilc and flnuglli Most conv meiit chill tonic on ciirlh Clan cur iy it in Ihe veil pookcl And Train Collide woik but the menhadgone running with the air in stead of against ife in anattempt to get outby the accustomed route ttlius meeting death half TayV 3f tho rescuers TverS work several explosions oc tomorrowpr Wedn esday 41 i i blow jiovvii the barricade a few A little later the fan house burn1 in One L a ad athrillirfg egwpe tte pertainingto thejiew bill whichjridnig down seeing lnieupbeoreis conferfire comin Oonfei fchelpropo Sition toiay foreign built shifisfnow owned Whollydr by Aibericans It jovision of the old greatest hostility Was shown at the las of andit is understood agj to excite the dangerous opposition Tjie tlie per lod of tfie operallonof the sub sidy law from twenty years as waspioposed in the old bill to f teen years will tiA Trouble fire coming jum the car and rlfn George SAuthcomb and Eugene Grifflthj timbeimenf called to him to follow them but horan on up the slope fyr 1000 feet to the mouth and barelyes caped with his life The other hien Vereovortaken by the flames and perished The lirerisstill raging but it is thought iMvill be extinguished without flooding the mine Hope and Wisdoiii Boh nro ftijilaiiial id Glieatlinniii Laxative Chill Try them 25 No pny Jlev A LSjaf borough wishes to make announcemont that preach in the country next certain mans word did not hap pen to be worth much On the strength ofHhat contract Mr Hillman promised his Customers to have a grist mill in operation when the farmers needed it He has been disappointed Mr Hillman who always wants to do the right thing now saysthat lie anpthersgrist mill in Victoria and he will have itput in regardless of cost Mr Hill mans father promised Charley new girinery tnext sea son 11 is1 to contain 6 six gi n stands and to be cqiiveniently Nextyear lie h6pes to to gin a bale of cobton in J 2 or 15 minutes Guadalupois comingto front WHadSenftuck has lerited the Steele farm in the river bottom where he will settle a large fami lyof Mexicans The Mexicans will keep cord wood on hand for sale also cultivate a bout 63 acies in corn and cotton AfrJ Hausehfluck is making ar fangements to put out an im mense cabbage patch He has sevisfal varieties of cabbage Demson Tex Oct mid uight last night a switch engine tacking four empty stock cars stalled out of Muskogce for SpauldingsSpuito load About a mile south ol cplhdod wiih a north hound stock tram The four empty ears were telescoped They caught lire and were burned The pony trucks of tho freight engine wm e knocked oft the track and it wan impossible to move her from tL i i t miming pile and herv wood work was burned A pair of wheels on the switch enginjwercoff but they were able Jo pull back to a place of safety A n engine sen i to the wreck pulled tho stock train backhand there was nodtun age d6ne to it The track was repaired and cleared lor the pa of 7 oclock this moin ing v lEngineer Brady andMrB McKeo lomained on the freight engine and as it struck jumped on the cab iioor and crouched down Tho wreckage wcntovpr their heads fearing off tho cab smokestack and everything pos sible Fur a wpnder they cswip ed uninjured with tho oxcepiion thatliireman McKeohas his back strained slightly Noone was injured Accidentally Killed Full Hue of Pen and Pencil Tablets and all of her requisites of he sfchool rooiu BOOKS SOLD FOR CASH t All otdeis will icceive prompt atLentiqhWd bocks forwarded by mailor express as may 1c dcsijcdhy the Victoriaijand Cuero Texas Mystery In Tlic Matter Now York October lA good Gorsicanrf Tex deal f mystery surrounds the nogn wlio frightoneii t reccntoccurronces in Wio Persian Rillisays life Loud oil corres pondent of tho Tribune Tn es timating the imporiancool recent newsin regard to tho situation the Vienn1 corrcspondontoflhe Standard points out that it is wull to remember pcning intho distant pi evinces of the Turkish empiio by lookingi night of rjueslion of the Oaliphal and the future ol tho Mohammedan occupies thr attention of Sultan Abdul Tfam dnflhis remarkable that his view on the subject aro readily accepled by tin chiol ol Mo limfiuindan tubes would hrtvf Itingliril il thf idpauf to the Miltnn of Tur insUnre 501110 of the released custody being About no charge against him wore near by when heasi tuTru ed looseand when had gone the negro to the northern and soundly was lied across a trough ror lending cattle and about lashes weip dealt with a snake whip Uo was then orTder J fid to leave town whichrhe did argument r Haul to The Roundlap Giu r oJ Tripoli lfamods panIslami week as follows this at Cresont Tuesday the 8thatLower Mission Vnlley the lOlh at LoneTreef KinaKjVm plants almost ready now to be set sufficient toset outlOacres This coast country is better a dopted to fall and winter cabbage than anything pise Yesterday was celebrated by Mr and Mrs B U Ibx by a birthdfiy dinner Mr Pox has Teached his 30th mile post A Vicious Elephant Paris Texas Oct 1While the elephants olVForepaugh fc Sells Bros circus were being loaded on the fast night af terthe performance one of th6 became angry in his Wharton Tex Oct Cyrus Hoover has been following tho life of a fisherman living in a cave on the west bank of the river About the middle of iast evening two young men went out target shooting Without ace ing Hoover one of them irocl across the rivor a 38ealibiT rifle Both observed aman rise and fall backward One wont for a physician while the other brought tho wounded man to this side in a skiff Ho was kind ly taken in charge by citizens but although under skillful treatment he died this Tho ball entered the seventh rib and was taken out below Hie right nipple Tho dead man claimed to have five sisters in tfifj mj m Montague County and had above ho WM 1 who With A hdul scheme now promibo to allov soldiers to be recruited fur the regular Turkish army By keep ing in mind the f til tans genera ideas the error will bi avoided of connecting Turkish action in tho Persian gulf with German or Other Schemes H is reported that an agreement has been ar lived at hy which Croat Hritaii and Turkey will in Ihe future act together to preserve iho peace at Kinvoit This will moan a con siderable change in iho situation in the as Turkey secures a position which she did not for mcrly possess Dont Kecome Discouraged Cm iiv Ivx Many iniiuiioiiflof tlio irigi mil lir rniclul mid w THAT ITS mnniifactored lly ililA X SIMMONS ill MED I rINK CO Jesse Kcily Caldwcll Co Tex Oct 2 Tho body of Josse Kelly who was killed in tho Philippine Islands some 8 months ago nv rivpdhoroon tho5 oclock San Antonio and Arnnsas Pass train yostorday Tho body was taken clmrBo of hyllio father and will bo buried today at Clarks Clm pol Coinetory 0 miles oust of ile plums buyfcot ton ill the seed and cotton pot ap in IOimdliip Ma lessor which they MI ill limes ilie i1H on Ihc ami ginntl nr you aic ready f lion JonfJ market foi made It il is to your buyer tiofore innctl you back your MI bale Xjt i an occasional enpy an S A o E 03 c en a Ran Stewart y hurt yesterday bj Iom an upper room window he public school building ifd been locked up by him if ia ho library room and was told he vonll bo whipped Opening a vindow ho climbed part of Wm Way down tho building and then turned loose falling about 20 feoi land ing on hands and feet and striking his head violently rujainst the ground was carried to his home in in twinns condition boltertoday mul WillVreodTei 1 but has n fosohowl   

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