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   Advocate (Newspaper) - December 28, 1901, Victoria, Texas                                FRENCH JKOfKK PVRLISHKKK FIRST VICTORIA Arfu VICTORIA SKCOKD SOVTHWKSTTKJCAB IN SUBSCRIPTION flOO fEK AN HIM f VCLUMELV VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 28 1901 NUMBER Borderings and Ceiling Papers Complete and UptoDate matched designs ot the most popular colors tints and shades We do not sell by ThrnQ THnils sample book but I liUUs from a stock of olis Our prices cannot fail to be satisfactory and we have some fine patterns at pop ular low prices ii C 11 and See Our Stock in IP Respectfully NEGRO RIOT IN NEW VORK Negroes Charged Whites With Pistol And Whites Were Badly Hurt New York Dec 2arA r skirmish between whites am in Harlem today develop ed seriousproportionsami kep the police busy for a time The negroes 100 strong were armed with and clubs while equally as many whites usec stones as weapons The negroes had the advantage but were driven back into their tenement by tho police after they hai charged on the whites with pis tols and razors Fifteen negroes were arrested Four whites in eluding a policeman were badlj shot or cut The rioting began when some little white boys stoned two colored girls whereupon adozei VICTORIA TEXAS HUSBANDS JOKE WRECKED WIFE j authorities at Washington and brought to a climax by the ma Puy MM Trte Seriously Caused Havoc lof Eutland Vt Dec find ut bow thenews of bis death court would affect his wife L B Spalding of Taftville departed jfrom his jhome leaving a note that He would never again be seen alive When bis wife found the note which implied that he was about to take his owij life she never Under the circumstances wo feel says the resolution that tak suspected that hewasshamming Naturally of a nervous teoipeui we may reasonably suggest to ouirepropcntatives in congress that steps be taken by ihnt body to nullify a decision opposed by Admiral Dewey the most dis tinguished of our naval officers and given in opposition to the evidence as a result of perhaps unconscious prejudice or jealousy We desire to suggest that a vote the shock completely un of thanks jn appropriate forln bo She has not beer teiKlcred Admiril Schleyby her rightsenses since The oonress for hjs pmsecutlon physicians slate that it is doubt he wai espcoia1Iy dur Mif she will completely reing and iraMeciiately to the cover her reason Santiago fight and we earnestly A daughter immediately inreqticst onr repreBOntaives in formed the neighbors of her both braachesof congiess w use and while all efforls tf aconJlpligh lbis re pome of with if not conUary to the wife formed a constitution lo make hisvetiring to find the grade be thal of vice admira foot of ground within a radius of was n and several ponds in thajTvicinity were dragged the white boys The boys when their story to negroes seized and beat them released told white men in the vicinity and an organized attaclc was made on the negroes who were driven back to their lorirfirients under a shower of stones The confusion increased when the white men began to bombard the tenements with stones and other missiles and the negroes fired from their windows into the crowd The whites surprised by the shoot ing and seeing man fall wounded turned and jan followed by the negroes who used knuies and lubs freely At this point a squad of police men arrived on the scene and with drawn clubs stopped the rioting chasing the negroes into their houses Son Kills Mother Henry C Krause of Chicago jokedoes not seem quite so funny to him was found engaged in a Vtiff ft K checkers at the house of T o j i j I dreamt of a horrible snake and Spaulding was located wentto his mothers room and killed her According to his story he had a dream of a large snake which was crawling over his mothers face Mad witb fear he went to her room and thinking hehad the serpent pul led its jaws apart but it was his mother whom he so cruelly freatcd He awoke in a cold prespcration to find that he had killed his mother After seeing what had happened he became a raving maniac friend ten mileV distant from f his own home Mr and Mrs resided atTaft f for several years and Mr Spalding has always bepn a re spectable hard working man Fiadiof 9 of Scklty kwrt Dcprecited By r Comnerdil Body Cflf Norfolk Va Dec Norfolk and Portsmouth cotton exchange has adopted resolutions protesting against the majority ruling in the Schley case The resolutions say there has been a mistarriage of Justice in the findings court The ex feels that it only voices pepple in protesting against decision and in asking eon right a wrong wjiich has permitted to continue for 1the put two years by the naval Postmaster For Half a Century Binghamlon N YLewis B Carpenter who died at his home in North Norwich this week was appointed postmaster afc that place by President Taylor and had held the office under every pnJsidont since that time He was 82 years old Subscribe for the Daily AdveJ ARRESTED FOR SUNDAY WORK A Discharged Brakeinan Made Things Hot For Others New Castle Pa Doc what is supposed to be revenge for his discharge asa brakeman n the employ of the Pennsylva nia lines J B Cincerney has caused the arrest of a large number of his former employes for violating the Sabbath The informations were made before Alderman Joseph If Gilliland of this city and fifteen Have been arrested Eight have pair fines amounting in each case to and costs The others will likely carry the matter to a high er court It is said that Cincer ney has made informations against more than sixty railroad men all on the same charge The local officials of the Penn sylvania are giving counsel to their employes and are doing everything possible to keep tho line frombeing tied upbore Just what led to the discharge of Cincerney can not be learned but it is hinted thatll was for conneclion with the alleged at tempt to form a switchmens union here while the Pitlsburg switchmen were on strike The men arrested antf those against whom warrants are yet to be served compose thd princi pal part of tho local yard forces of the Pennsylvania who are us ually al work every Sunday The Advocate for reliable news FREIGHT WRECK Further Details Regarding the Texas and Pacific Accident Grand Saline Tex Dec About 10 a m this morning a Texas and Pacific freight went through a bride one mile west of Silver Lake derailing about 15 cars A brakoman by tho name of Rogers was slightly injured A party named 1 E Jackson who resides at this place had his right hand mashed so badly thai imputation will be necessary Two or thrpp tramps wereslighl ly injured The cannon bull was discontinued between Grand Sa line and Mineola The cannon jails engine which had taken iome section men lo the wreck was also derailed while return ng to town the engine ani ender both leaving the tracl and rolled down an embankment Three or four Grand Saline poo ale on the engine weic slightlj bruised Lon Sparks of this jlaee got a foot hung between on and lender and had lo be dug out He is not seriously in nred Another man had his humb mashed off The main ine will probably be cleared by 7 oclockin the morning Num ers 4 and a ran between Mine la and Terrell over the Katy and Midland tracks PAWNEES ON WAR PATH hey AreLwking For Tbe Return of be Historic Buffalo Guilirip O T Dec nwnee Indians are on ws r alii An immense buffalo liiill vns so injured in transferring frnni lie Simla Pe stock yards lo Paw ee Bills rancu south of Outline nal IIP had to be killed The neat was given by Major fjillie to io Indians for n buffalo lu Indians have been dancing nd povwowing ever since Tiny hum Hie vast herds of buffalo nru oniing back to this country ai d iy of the Indians have notifli d he white lessees to ihtir ducheaat once as they wish lo ay the fences low so the buffalo ill bave full sway ol the country lie while people in the remote arts of the reservation and com ng into Pawnee and report the ndians are acting ID a threatcn ng manner townrds them Paw ee Bill baa placed mounted uards around his buffulo ranch as iu Indians are camping in the mber west of tbere and in of tbe herds and from their uspicious actions be thinks they ntend to liberate the herd and erbaps kill them The United tales Indian agent al that point is been notified and bag made a port to tho Commissioner of itlian Affairs at Washington Bring Them to Texas Heaton Bros Victoria andJCueroJTex as General Depository for SCHOOL BOOKS adopted by the State of Texas We also carry a full Hue of the different school books used in other than the public schoolsAl ways in stock a large assortment of Peus Pencils Ink Paper Copy Composition and Blank Books mm BUDS Full line of Pen aucl Pencil Tablets and all other requisites of the school room BOOKS SOLD FOR CASH ONLY All orders will receive prompt attention and books forwarded by mail or express as may be desired by the purchaser Victoria5 and Cuero Texas OPERATIONS IN THE PMIUPPFNES Filipino Chiefs On The Island Of Hohol Have Surrendered Manila December 21 The Filipino General Samson and all the other insurgent chiefs on the island of Bobol have surrendered with twentyeight cannon and sixtyfive guns Daring an engagement in Ba tangas province between the in surgents and a detachment of the Twentyfirst infantry under Lieutenant E T Conley one American private was wounded enemy were A number of tbe killed The military prison at Kubig iayhas been re established A argo number of Filipinos cap tured in Lagumt and Batanas provinoo liave bepn sent thore The column under Colonel Dougherty is making a clean sweep of Laguna province burri ng all ihe insurgent barracks hat are found and a number of smalj native hamlets Coionel Dougherty has taken many prisoners and the insurgents oss of life during his operations ms been heavv Thn management of the Atchij m ilVpeka and Santa Fe has ari anged to establish a colony of j Quaker families on the sug Tammany Qlutlons Ate More II S Merrill the Harvard sophomore who consumed at one sitting 83 worth of food and drink consisting of three stakes two inulton chops with peas two cups of rofjfee and two pints of appoli laris has not touched the record f some of Tammanys feeders Mayor Van once ate six and hrcequartcr pounds ol steak nt me sitting shd Patrick Dlvver who holds the record ate eleven i pounds Mr Merrill is as yet j very young however the heart through the lung wound inflicted was about two inches long and as many deep Officors and a physician were in stantly summoned to takecharge of tho two men Ernst was ar rested and Bauer was taken home where his wound wassewex together The two men are ployos of the railroad company hero Ernst working withtint bridge gang and Bauer foreman of tho switch crew They not angry at one another but the condition of Ernst prompted his rash Al present Bauar ii noting as easily as any could expect Anton Bauer Slabbed Tuesday rAdarA Daily night about r boot lands of the Arkansas Lou is Ernst stabbed Anlone alloy in Colorado The national Bauer Thn two were argueing ommittee representing tho Quaover a trivial matter but decided ers of tho United States has de to let the affair vest and say no ided to purchase 5000 acres of more of it Without any cause and which are watered by the whatever Ernst who was inloxi mity Age catod stabbed Bauer just above Injunction Refused Agalirt Tke Scilptn The injunction case of theH and T C et al vs Sam Alexander et al was called this morning in tho Eleventh judicial district court Upon submisaiou of en doiicf and arguments Judge Ashe entered an order refusing to grant the injunction prayed for Tho cases against the brokers will therefore go over to the February term of the court when they will come up for hearing Although this decision is con sidered squarely in favor of the brokers the railroad officials ex prosfi a determination nofrto let up tlieir fight The brokers are now at liberty to pursue the scalping of without molestation and natur ally considerably elated over the outcome of the Herald r DIED Tliiiridxjra Blly G Seiler who for several months was conOned to his bed died last night at 12 oclock his home about 5 miles frorathe city The funeral willtake place this afternoon The Daily Eagle edited by Me Knight May fluid of Wharton made its appearance among our exchanges Its a newsy sheet and in its make up vary V V   

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