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Clipped from US, New York, New York, New York Times , July 29, 1904

irgton.RACES CLASH IN TEXAS. *Negroes Try to Run Politics—One Dead,m Another Punished.piavsaSpecial to The New York Times. tGALVESTON, Texas, July 28.—The at- | * tempt of the Republicans of Caldwell Court- i o:ty to put out a county ticket composed of j onegroes has resulted in^ theJdUlng of Jthe 'Chairman ‘ ’tee John W. Larremore, and the punishment of Tom Caperton, a negro attorney.In Caldwell County the negroes compose j nearly 40 per cent, of the voting popula- , j tion. They organized and announced their j intention of promulgating a county ticket j with negro candidates only, denouncedDemocrats, and preached social equality.A committee of well-known citizens of thedistrict called upon Larremore and other j 1 leaders, fearing a race war, so critical had ; ’• VM aUk A. 5 A- itconditions become. The negroes, anticipating the visit of the committee, refused a conference and denounced the whites. A fight was started, and in the struggle Larremore was shot and killed and four of the others were captured. Caperton was insolent, and the committee punished him.The others were ordered out of the county.Further trouble is feared.nnonptt’i Extract of Vanilla