The Houston Daily Post (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 251, Ed. 1, Friday, December 9, 1898 Page: 3 of 12
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i.W American Forces
ARE MERE MEMORIES
avVi" . nr h Interior
IfTVT.. Kertnch. Kjc-
r m-cco'- Murder.
ii'JLwrtc to The Now York
fcVffiSi Post. Cop) righted
W". hnnlon Winnciuj
L" . with Rnnnlnh
l-.r.hM- o. "" ''
jibe probability of American
.. . iiw TvrpkR distant.
4!.. tniu luuv
iSrt grow moro chnollc daUy
r?r ... iiirmancnth" can
Sected to take lntensa inter-
IStlps una when it is remem-
fiow In P"wc mco have rc"
ib'tor months It is easily un-
.V.l like letting aiiaire run
Pwit is that in every depart
I Urti gjvornmcni cxccia uw.d
j i n..iii an ctim iriciiL ouiua
rjB.coiiw.u '--"-- .....
mm orgawzauoii u"a "' " "
firM Is particularly true of
tikm awl jxwwfllcc whore tho
lfcllte. apologetic hut Inactive.
foe "course still grind tholr rcg-
fen'bs It said to tho honor of
i&rtralcs. few charges of dis-
iff are HUle tnoro than nicm-
sand papers for Interior poinu
baling at tholr places of rccep-
Rtwn houo Uio nssdslnuco of
ted tonle Independent clerks if
were- It not foi theso lho cstub-
iiwld be utterly uiiablo to ttani!-
oess requlreil of It.
tucha who came Into unem labia
it tho timo Maceo was killed
. charged that acting as
jtosician he betrajesi him In
fkro he died endeavoring to cut
.-... tr.i Imii mm lio rcritlnelnri
051 iwfc luiib " " -t- '
Inquiry Into his conduct which
by General Mayin Rodriguez.
Just made by Rodriguez presl
iio board of luqulry completely
items) indicate hts purchased tho
Wrtrt covering a block. In tho
jf tie city. The terms of tho pur-
not made public.
f$? TO RULE CUBA.
Hi Wane unci urefnr ivui
frobtbl) Be Appointed.
December S Major General
president of the United States cvao
commission has received certain
from Prebldeut McKInley
toindlcato that ihe will bo ap-
'klfcary ROcrnor ot Western
l general's thrco luontbs official
T(te riven him a firm grusp
issLon Ho lra.s been a btudent of
STilrtl conditions ae well ns oi
riweasltles and knows what he
wttovested with tho authority.
Oneene wfll bo governor of tho
Hirana. He has already virtually
ta he Is havlnc come of Ui
Janed and le devising means for
uonjma policing tho citj. Al-
CTacuMlon of thu nrovliito of
"J. eamlcilo except for tho tioops
i ln.Jhts eltv. flf llinft llifirn ni-
jGcocral Custcllanos does not fix
11116 withdrawal carllei than
irat(nc win probably lotlro to
Pl OaleHauos r;eiod a cable or-
wttrtar to dra on I'arli for $1-
Pl Ith uhicli to pav his troops. '
J ub the rcast ot tho immaculate
pto. tiw America u war vessel's In
Wr dressed ship displaying tho
P?llf (.iiMTiiiiiciit Will boon
tuMicnnitc ii S)nlrai.
in December 8. .The admlnls-
praetlcallv uv.-ldivi in wmi -a
to Cuba consisting ot a icp-
Ww eaaa from tho war Ireusury
Woffico departmonts and tfco mat-
e bwiEht up at tomorrow 'a cabi-
itbUt .. ....
t- vi mo uispatcli ot tho com-
Btodcfcnninoand if poallne ex
pa Scneral n uir to ..i.
"i '-' trKKf
HOUR txX PAtTlpb8TV FRXD AfT 'MdpiftW b VOjSBCBttH W IlXs
tewaa ioTctant 4a HI Uko brgantwJ form
fi J1"7 . wc?'.lbo I're&by
Declmr bBra lom8 mlssons 00
Thl tnovemrat li not to be ronflnct to
wImIotoit OcleUe but Is lo bd started
iJjrm as wc'l way of nr0lt(1.
ls Interest over tho entire country. Th
women arc o gho Information regardliiK
the IlobcrU ease nnl tho supposed daug""
ot tho revival ot polygamy and to ualie in
obtaining personal letters to renrMcntl'
theo in ill dlrtrlcti throughout the eouS in
protcstlUR .gainst Uio seating R
avowed polyganrist. In tho woman's fight
aga rat- Hoberts. U ls to be urged that I
bo Is watcd. tho Mormons -will gfant dl"
pensatlow to many men to take nSorc
the Utah situation wy that many pohc-
that B "nd.re 0W aklne mnenU to
SHORT NEWS STORIES.
ZAN'KSVILLK 0. August bmtthot Tolil
otaLnCborC(1 p"d0u Dt u' Ohio rcaeloS
HALTIMOltU.-The street railway corpora-
olid Northern capitalists. j-mi
HENVKlt Colo The leKlslathe eommtttra
reports that tho limaho asfium a rucbto "aS
beet grossly mlsmnnagcd.
iiS!lVVU1lil.UIUf Mfl"-Jol'n C. Chase a
Uerl. will on Junuary 2 assume hli Uutiea as
mcor. having been elected by the social de-
mocracy wV?.ANY;rr0;ury '" lho Cod blatkniall-fniiaa.'-
Hfter.bpl"K out flttj-tour hours lias
rmica to reach an agreement and has been
iJ."y.IlKlTT5!0 American Tobacto co.n-
uatiy (tho trust) has voted to nell Its plug
tcbacto btislntss to the Continental Tobacic
company (the other trust).
iA. I'I''tl'00U p.-It wai announced
Sii0. .V f0"0 lrJ81 h's completed Its or-
With Ji.OOO.ooij capital stock.
.UCKSON. Jlles.--K. h. Ucrry. a luunllr
im . T-?pcd. Ixor?. l10 "lf'"" "Vluin. sue-
ubod.l?ftnI?l10!!.In l'Ure; his bod
una found In Pearl rhc-r-ftwauip.
M2W YOHIf.-Tno directors of tlto at. Louia
ajid han I-ranUsco rallroid hao dKlnred a
BtmUnnmial dividend ot 2 per unt on the
flfil preferred stock pn-able Januarj (.
aNCINNATI. I'rcMdent Spencer ot tilt
tolitbuu lailway is hrro oi ueaorlng lo sc-
tmp an extension ot the lcise of the Cincin-
nati bouthem from htro to Chattanbogu.
JllfcSOUm CITV Mo-Urnfst Clevcngcr
lrssncl jealous ot hi cousin Miss DcIIh
ClceiiKor. mortally wounded her and insUiul-
ly killed George Allen who was cscortiue hot-
mT' N T. Tho jurj In tho caso oi
Mrs. 51. 11. Cody who U ullcgnl to hao at-
tempted to bluckmall G-corgo Oould lias no(
ics. roturncd a crdlcU It ls sald to stand elgtir
?y-V J0ni'Kx;chIct ot ro1'" McCul-
lagh of Now; lork will Innugurato In llaana
tho "block" pollco sjsteai which places all
ofllccrs In communication with each other and
Uia general office
SAN' rilANCISCO -rrom Washington has
been rccehed word to the effect thai snortlj
smcral regiments ot regular troops will b(
sent to Manila for tho purpose ot riucWue tac
volunteer forces now there.
NEW VOIIK. Tho National Cj cling naso-
cial'cn was organized at a meeting ot track
owncra and managers In this cltj. It Is the
aim of the association to control blcycio rac-
ing professional and amateur.
CHICAGO A banquet vas glen by cltl-
BUDGET FROM BEAUMONT
Imbfr m Skat Mwh BccaHse f a m
LUMBERMEN ON A VISIT TO-POT ARTHUR
t'nmpllmrntnr.v Hon ;lqpi to Vl-.lt-
n- Yiinnu lntlle-HHknrK Trnim.
nctril in the Fc.U'rnConrt.
Beaumont Texas. December 8. The In-
creased rate on logs from polrrU on ho
Oult llcaumottt and Kansas City rallrdvl
which was referred to this morning In no
Austin dispatch to The Post Is haMng a
serious effect oa two of thn loctt mills.
As etn-tcd In the dispatch referred lo.Uhe
rote was advancdl from ?t to $10 par cat
load and since It went hto effect neither
tho Beauaiont Lumber Company tor tho
Texas Tram air.l Lumber compnnv has re-
ceived any timber. Their reason for rcfUs.-
:g to accept tho rate Is that it ls pro-
hlbPimy tho cost ot hulling loss to tho
mill being ncurl) or quite $3 per 1000 feot.
tho result of tho dlfrcreaso Is that tho
Ilcaumocl Lumber comp-iuy exhausted Its
log supply yretcrd.y and their null Is coa-
scqu3ntly Idle toOny. The Tram has utt!-
cluit log-? Jn Its liooms to run Its mill
this Week uifcl If Uio airteteuccs mo lot
adjusted by thai timo that mill will also
. nuui uana
Tho Ttcllaneo Luinbci lompany h.m a
conliMct wllh Uio Texas Pine Land asso-
ciation for tho delivery of timber at tho
Collle. ferry log dump and honeo tho Ite-
llnnio is not ntfectcd by (ho quojllon ot
rates; -It Is leavlas that onitter for lho
uillrojil and tho Pino Iaud association to
scttlo botwecn themseho
Ot course thtro Is a rallroa.1 side io tho
question but Mr. Khby general manager
of tho Kiijtcc Is not In town toduy alid
Mr. WJPoii. his assistant tould lot ba
seen ihb afternoon to obtain tho rnasous
for asking 4ho lucre-aud laic. At all Ovcf.tb
tho relations between tho HiIIIh uid tho
Kaseo having been hcretuforo of the most
intlmito and amlablo inlurc It ls safo to
assert that an amlcablo rcttlemc-nt satlsA
factor)- to tho road and llui mills will bo
reached before any groat loss results lo
Tic clt) hill wtjs abiuc nvlth Bplcndor
lat ulgWt lho ojeatloi being a eotiipll-
mcJitary 'hep given by lho oung men ot
tho city to .Misses lwI5no and LjuIsc I'aco
ot Corsicuua amU Ilss Kdna Hart of
Orange three eUi-amulng and accomplished
jouag ladles who am vUIllng the Misses
Cooper. Tiho revelers ga.thorod at 9 30
o'clock from which timo the drcni) waltz
and insiplrltlng two-s-.-ap was cajojcul far
zona of Chicago at tho Auditor urn hotel in i' i "J BUJi" u"rs ol raolns 'J ao at-
horor of rcroinand W. Pick commisi Lcr e!"! was raUher toloct and the' cos-
iumu5 oi imj lauies vvero ecoptloially
ueuuuiui. Minoso present wtro MlsaCb Lou
general at tho Pnrla etnnattlon. tium hu
over 1.U0 iepres"ntatlvo men present bejldeg
n number of distinguished guests iioni tnc
Uast. South and West.
Oue of Ills Creilltiirs Uxpects io lime
Denver December 8 A special to tho'ews
from Las Vegas N. M bays: D. II. Howard
u (.attle dealer of Saline Kansas who is $10-
000 sLorl on Qlllett th: Kansas plunger pass-
ed through Las Vegas this morning from
Mexico to Topeka where he will ask the gov-
ernor lo issuo requisition papers for the trans-
fer of Glllett into tho custody of the Kansas
State authorities. Howard und threvdetcc-
Uvea had been on Glllctt'E trail for three
class and havo discovered him In Chihuahua
Clllctt would have been prompt!) arre-jtcd but
foi tlw ilefoctlvo extradition laws It is eon-
sidcied best to Icrvo tho two octeetlves to
hhndow him until such n time as lnattoi:
toiiln bo arranged to capture ana extraultc
Governor Ahumada wai ca'lcd ipon. How-
aid Fald the govcrnoi tieatcd him most kind-
ly and. after hearing his watCDKnt ard the
story of Glllett 's conauct very slrongl) intl-
mi'tcd that notwithstanding tho extradition
laws executed legal docaments on behalf of
mc jvmcucan autnorltles would fctcli Uilloll
iso and Paulimo 1'acu ot Carslca-iu. Miss
L'dai Hart of Orange Misses Will to. Bir-
die nnl iMiggio Cooper 'Mrs. Tom Limb
MIeses SIbble Hebeit. Rlnnle DavIs VJrsic
Cmrtm.ngs Minmlo .Malcolm MauJ Wation
Pauline Goldstein. Mcssis. It. D Slinouloa
Chai.-Ie crarke Jr. Tom Dleo Colonel
Iludnull of Washington Mike Welkcr. C.
K Bone Ogden Johnston Tom Ljmib Mar-
thull Edward-- Bunt Hcopcii. H. C. Ijanj-
ha.m llany Newsum. Gus Wolsuin George
Ligon Tom DIea. Bain Price Albeit Kast-
ham C'nsirles Kasshnu Henry Bojkla.
iSjiuiico GoldSUdu und Loronzo lloykiu.
The United Stiles federal couit will In
nil probability clore its December term this
aficrnaon. Tho court Las been tn scssloi
thwo daj-s during ivvihlch lime rev-cml
casta Eome of thorn of coiiBidevaibto l:n-
ronMiico have been tried and pormanentlv
tfiE.-O'Cd of. Buslneos tl-ausiclcd today woi
Texas and Louisiana Jiind und Lumber
Cowpioi vs. M. Hocse; 'verdict for pla.mcltt
ngJinat .Tdhn Liird and wife and causo
continued us lo Reese iud wife.
O. L OanUi vs. C. L Toler ct dl; Jury
. if' '-T':i'Tl
iturts proved Incffeetfvn Wcmiis they welte
d.stacce. nppnralui. Tho Unlltd Stl trU-
ulars wtrp characttrlw-d by thtt lectwrrr m
fit "most excellent body though tBiil'''na
their uniform wak "practical." -'
Count Von Ooeircn proph4?ledi n great
future fr the vv Amcrleai colonies bc
raue ho 84M "th Aic-ricfth ntA Vrtmo
tthonisti." Tho lecturer was frc-cyucuuy
fAVKU KltOH LOMMtMASf
A Portion of the" Crw linn safely
HrnvhMl Jf pw 1 rx.
HalUmore loicmbtfr 8. Some ottho
mtmbers of tba crow of tho wrecked lm-
tCiailn havo if ah?vl thh cltr.
flCio tn-cd mnmbers ot tho LondoaUna
crew vvctro Socoml Ottlcer" V. H Olttlngs
of London Second Bninr J. Orau-
ham of Loadon Third Engineer V. Q.
"Ajv-j ot Scotland C T. Agun of Hamburg
donkey m.a; CftArlos Gumejon ot Dundee
N 2. fitst cookj 1L Cross of Iadon store
keeper; O. J"!ske of K1elurnureilorf
Gcimau) ; J Mduou ot Loadon oiler; A. K.
Toague ot Dundee N. Z.l rrxnU Lilmko o.'
ANalJas Oermany scUmua; vMalcoHn Mfc-
Oovvvp. E. Stride)!. 1. SuMftl V. iJss
J. Wide. E Watts William Terry Josepa
Clarlto TAornus BrJsht II. lAir..l;i all oi
London; John Fo).n: ot LlvVrpaol Gilbert
Elliott ot Duniblrtou Srvxlviad; K Cuy.d
(colored) of St. Ylavent V. L tlrenua'nud
.Tacso wvcut) -Uiroo roeoi vvero about oac-
halt of tho ship's crow.
All Wv6 others were rcgrded as pcrUhed
In addltldn there vvcro tvvcntj-tvvo cvuit
Ritiltk wtui of Boton forenwa of
Swift & Co. mho htd S&3 head of cattle ou
board and Dvniel Colama of Soravrv.lle
Maes. lorenuih for Nelson Morris &. Co.
who hoi iM eattle TPh-o wxttlcmcu In tho
gangs were: A Mungel John J. TCcvlllr-
Wateiburj Confl.j Michael Mlout of Fall
Ulver Mass.; John r. Keiiu) Johu Sloan
Fred Wallace Thonuu Hlgglns Henry
Welsh Andpcivv Smith John Mirlln. John
nibby Giorgc Bell John Ward till ot
IlOHton: ijohiv Potts of Maiden Henry
Cotrchcro wnd Petier -Utmon of Lawrence
John Jones of London. H. Panlppl of Ar-
menia. iMclklcJohn or Russia and Will-
llam Lajigley Jr. oX Hallowell. Dvulcl
Covoney ot Boston ami jThoma McCoy of
Worcester Cln&.i. also Cittlesncii uro
among tho mlssin:.
Iack to Kansas Mi Howard further Hinted u-nil-evl nml 1iidj-niFnt far tililntllY
that le htal at Albuquerquo telegraphed la-! m. "" ". J " ' i VmiMnv va '.a.m.
night to the city marshal at Abilene request- Bcjiunont Luuiben Comj.iii) s fa.tam-
ing lho arrest and aetcnUuuot the two partiuubcu'. Oh-Mlcs Lee; cootlnucd by loutont.
us acc(sscries ot aillclt.
WJ! wai "uat is needed
7- 1nl y
W UX Ifilortvl fM !.-. . i(
pftJte b?r tho United
H!!? P03t.al sorto is contem-
mM earliest practieai moment
y-y customs service will bo
W Ouba December S. Thcro
Wf rejoicing today in eonnec-
J F9 too of Putlssamu Coucep-
's onililcms woro rx-
tlcrious dejoratlons In tho
"htoiviui mua(c gavo way
win10" of tUo oxtreralsU.-
rocaUng the immodlate free-
4 and 41ia nt..t.i-i . ...
Vnn gOVernmnnt nil fnnllnna
r'Prtt. c""e.u ". u
tott. uinCccy or wue"
1 -l COMMISSION KIIS.
KT"" the Irnl..
.Deecjither S. Senator Vest
' "B the debalB I-- UWntlrii
tetday concerning tho oji-
; moers 0f lho senate and
tWi. ' ""woatiai com-
MOTiiurt'b AAVi.-ti di:i:u.
Mnnlcrcil Her I.ltllc CliIIil mill Thou
Coimiiltloil .Suit-1 lie.
Detroit December 5 Whon I"rank Brooks
enmo homo from work tonight he found In
oo bed room his wife shot duad and In an-
other hisi 9-) ear-old daughter also dead. In
a noto that ho found from his wife stio stated
that fsho was ttrod of Ufa and wa.; goiog to
heaven and tako hor little daughter with her
from which it Is supposed sho committed tho
murder and then committed sulcido. The
woman has been In poor health for toaiu
Later It transpired that Dr. Oliver S. Bell
was also shot by Mrs. Brooks. Ho called In
tho afternoon and presented his bill at litr
request ho says. Sho went Into a side room
as ho supposed to get sonio money. The nwit
thing ho heard wus a pistol shot aid sim-
ultaneously ho felt tho bullet strike his head
Ho rushed out tho w-omaii continuing to Uro
at him. After getting lis wound dressed ho
went lo his mother's home in Windsor Ont
across tho river. When seen there tonight
and asked why ho did not report tho artalr
lo tho police no Kiid ho bad no w'sh to mix
tho pollco in It. Ho sa)s when ho entered
tho Ucuso Mrs. Brooks seemed porfectly ra-
tional and ho was unablo to account for her
A llOOIV. 'IO THU POO It
Sot m-Tw. . " "m prva'tuunc
ft $1s sucl1 PPolntments.
tfvSLJ? .? is ns followa:
kSF-JS ." a-.ia:
tt .r:."nor " ww
t?unUsr'"vw oy B prc41"
n" TO say dTVLTtmont nr 11.
siXfi-rTT.. .:::rr .
W-T i '"UtiUIV
lil n t'i.ti.ua &v-iH.
ssYs ?.'' :
r Wnlg his scat In th
FJrJ". becauso he is a polyg-
tefcTTT ""At doctrine of the
ZZJ to have'tlm oruauked'
'S Of tlinilanmlL rf
lid Rltf.. ...... . .. .
- -i-.r7 me iniuai WO'
Guteruinoul "Will I'urnUb Free Alcd.
It-1 in-- and Ualliit lit Hot Sprlnjt".
Hot Spilngs Ark. December & The Hot
Snrinrs freo dispensary to bu operated Jn
conjunction with tho government free bath
house was thrown open to the public this
morning. It is tho purpoac of tho man- to meet at roam In tho Uuloo hotel at 8
auoment to furnish medical attention and o'clock Saturdiy night
medicines free of chargo to the iniigent Will QlcGreovy and Will JMrker. the two
. ( i.tf ni resort for treatment tourvir mem arrested on warrants several
This clasi of visitors will grt all of the Ajys ago charging robhery of Zack Morrell
benefits fttfordea by this -.esoii in iu " ivvens reieaiea irum ouj.uu 7oivu "';-
JIAY VISIT BEAUMONT.
An excursion party ot eighty consisting
ot MisEOurl lumbermen and their wlvos
passed through Beaumont this morning ca
route to Poll Althur. The lurubcimsii will
remain a-U) or two Inspecting the present
condiUou and future pro-pects ot tho Kau-
sas City Pittsburg ami Oult deep water
terminal after which they toutemulato a
visit to Galveston nnd may Flop a day in
Beaumont. Tha Beaumont visit has not
been definitely decided uron )et. but Colo-
nic! clal Agent Mow ot the Pee Gee is nego-
tiating with tho V..OW of eettlcg tho cx-
tursionlsts hero tomorrow or Saturday
A marrtase license was fcodjy.lssued to
Alexander Anderson and Miss Marsirot
Woik on the residence of Hon Hal W.
Greor on Caldor avenue -Is btlng fj.-oiccu.ed
with .uoh diligence ua to insure Its com-
plst'on by Fohruiary 1.
Tkxiay bolne the feint of the Immaculate
Conception thcro were services at tho
Catholic church th tnorntuj in which
vvcin embodied proper observances f the
A crowd of II' tic folks w.111 enjo) a CariJt-
mas trco on the ulght ot December 21 ot
tho home of Irene VoiaienrUcr. The trco
will bo gotten up by lly frlendi of tha
Httle ones and a pleasvxut ovcoinx i-s au-
tielpatcd. Several of Lho Mwlety )ouag mcu of the
city are dlecusJns -the aivlsibillt) of or-
ganUlcK u german club They claim that
ouiCi un organlmtiia would not only adJ
to tho pleasures o; winter but would bj
cjonomicaj. i noe lnct.csien Brcie-wuco.cu
1)15 D "JUT AUVH
Hrmnrkiililr l'lvit In tlic llcnrlnir ot
it Celt'brutcd iliiKlliih Cuac.
New Voik .December S. A dlBnateh to
lho World from Iondou suss: Tho Jo-
hanlicsburjr conespcuidetlt of tbo Mnll lelu-
Kr.tr hs: "A rcmarkalrtci story was told
today during tho hearlncr ot a charge ot
fraud against Chaileu Guam. A etatcmeut
was put in by the prtaoiicr In. which ho
declaicd that he vtt9 ho brother ot lho
lato Duku ot Humllton and left England
uffer iflghtlng a duel. For nrlvato reasons
his death was formally aainounoed and a
sham funeral took place.
"Gunn -aswrts that Hoblusoa of Hother-
wellhnugh filkid ti coffin which wad sent
lo Hamilton and placed lu tho Mausoleum
end says Jt lbs coffin ls ODe-ued fl'ud exam-
ined hit statement can bo verified.'"
The latu Duke ot Hamilton died May C.
1893 leaving no son nnd wus sueojeded bv
his kinsman. Alfred Douclas Hamilton.
Tio lato dulos's brother was Chnrlca
Ocorzo Archibald. It ls itcorded lu Uurke'd
pcerago that Charles wish born May IS.
1S47 and died childless In Hav 1880. It
Charles can nrova that he nllvo he may
set the dukedom and vast wealth.
rrsfCMor Adler the Kounder llrtlv.
vrx tin- l.euiliiiir Aililrcss.
BHSvvaultcio W)s. Uecembe.r 8. The
opening meeting for tho four days con-
vention ct the A nun loan Ethical urilon took
place in Etlifoal loll KinW.t 1m fore n
auSJeuco of 500 people luel-adlug tho dclo-
c.Vti'ij Viof. I'd K vAiI eir ot NcVYork the
founder of tho Kthical movtmejit lho
prnclnal speaker of tho evening had for
h'o tonic "Ethical Culture I( B'Iationl
to Oifirodox Ucltgljn." Ho -ald t.'i great-
est evil to combat was telt icoiitemnt which
wus ena the society mould ttrlko 'the lwcd-
cst Tlhcro was inothing sadder than con-
tempt. On ihe line of orthodox rel4tl"Jt
lho sneaker made thU auertUu: "if I
bhould glv j up niy prcj'ant view j and sur-
render my Judgment .n itthloal oulturo I
venU Join tito oithodox church. I eer-
tajnly would not alTillatc w5.h the llbsral
tocleUcs or tho Unitarians. Tho w-thodox
churcli unilcrstands 'tho problem of tha
hlch v iiionil I fc. but its tolutlon and
mlno widely differ"
". ' ' . i-t
Tfce SMf Is Matched to fit Twenty KnNs
AfwMt KM MTy.
PMV1SMNS TAKEN AGAINST OPEN FAKING
Anr Our Knterlnir 4hr vttlj -111 H
Arrested The I'nra 1 n Small
VortHne In ItucU.
New or!t D-Jttmler . Arildes ot agrtt-
ment for a twenty-round boxing contest bo-
twecn Tom tthtvrkey and Kid McCoy to take
piace lit th Ln). AthlctU club ou Jtuuaty
1(5 iS!i were idgncd tedxy hy both principal.
Both men nro to he for n purse ot Jtt.000 and
iO per tent ot all tccclpts. Tim Hurst ita
mutually chosen as referee.
In order that tho light may not result In
fiasco like the- Shnrkey-CorttU attnlr tho ar-
ticles rrovldo that tho Interference ot any
of Ihe tighter' ccconds or their Invasion ot
the rli.g will not stop the contest Aly e&c-
ond or outsider who ttljalo enter lh ring
dutlilK tbo contest will ba immediately pi area
unocr nrr-t. Tho men will box under
fjiiicrsserry rule with tho excvptlou ihvl
tnrV will not be. permitted to hit In clinches
or brcoKnwMfi. After the nittch hd been
made Sharkey held a irlendly conierms wiifc
Jltu Ccrbotl. who wlhed blm luck In the fight
aiirt anuounoed Ms Intention t going to th
Pneltlc coast to fight Jeffries. ... .
CcUtU nfterwurd sent dispatch to his
brotlur In California saying: "I will take
m Jeffries. Match me. to imot him In rob-
er Orlenn Hki-ck.
New Orleans December fc. lUln lrck
Siv. furlcngs -3illor King Abuse Henry
Lautit. Timo tttCVs.
l'lvo and a halt furlongc-Wcllcr Charlo
PatGamtt. llmol-HV .
Mllo und an ilghth selling Atlantui Clay
Pointer Tranby. Timo "02
six nun u unit 1111101150. nnneicap iiiiuuGw
l.'lkln. Great Bend. 1lnij t-SJ
Mile. Fillliig-l'ieslur 0-iuurd. Ouu Metal.
1 lino l'.DO.
livciiln r Oil U 111 nil.
mu l'l.melsoa December S Summaries:
l'lvo furlongs Peter Weber Martcllo. Ulou.
gabor Timo X.QllS.
Six furlongs Don Luis. Chihuahua. Cot.
Dnu. 'llmo l'.UJE.
Seven furlongsLibertine Imperious bly.
1 uturity roursc. high weights hundlcn
liUn 11. bOscol Sport MrAlllttor. Time 1:11.
l'uturlty coursu. solllng-hchnllr .Majesty
Itlcordo. Time l-.HJi.
Soveu furlongs Mnmlo G Zimar II Judgs
Sioutter Timo J-.JT'i-
Men's Linen Collars!
Wo liew '
fc SJJJ r
To He a Chniise In Hie 1'jnHur of the
Brcnham Texas December S. Kov K.
P. Kowsom who for thteo ears has been
paitor or tho Glidings Memorial church
In this city leturued from the contcroiico
at Houston nnd will prepnif at oncu for
his removal lo Huntsvlllo wheriv ho has
been trawtcrred by- tho bishop. The result
ot tho conrcrciato Is that Dr. Ncvvioiu Is
to go to Hunttvlllo and Kov J. L. Musscy
who has for four )cara been at tho Hunts-
vlllo charge will conio to the Glddlugt.
Germarila lodge No. .132 B. Wicgaud
n'vibio RranJ; V. Hartmaun -vlco grod;
II. StticMor fcourctary; 11. Schnlld tre-is-vrrcr:
W. C ShUI lcprescntailvo to grand
loJg; I Brononltant aliennate.
Encampment .W. C. Schlil C. P.; L.
C. Poulsan. H. P.: II. Sciilcldrr S. W.i
I. ai. AVcod. tiecretnry; B. ijchmld iteni-
urcrr W. 5. Burnett representative 10 urn
Cartmell lodge No. 30 T A. Jj3W. noble
grand; XV. C. Heir'dansoii. vlro gwndj It.
Barker. eeeiie-Uiry; S Tlowvrs tnondiircr;
J. L ATniuons rcprsBcnwtlvo to grand
l'udsot II. C. Reese alternvtc.
Itebekuh nrww-Mr. I E. Tongue
noble r.ind; Mrs Krandw Itaumgait vlco
cram?: MtM Anna Zoltz. seewftary; Miss
(Anna Zurchcr trewuror. Mrs. W. S. Bur-
nett. Tcpresou'tat.vic; -Mis. Ida Straiten
silks in beautiful colors silks with
clusters of bars medium size $1.50;
extra large shape $52.50.
light and daik silks or satins each 50c.
W iVV .rWl ! . -
U? ih iJt'.
; w 'M-sii
w w0MNMi .rtMWW VMS MN fffw SflHV
MACKINTOSH on; the arm;fa a 5ft.; . .;
Double texture nwanscloth;onltl" r J
inside cloth on .the outskfi 1 3
ber between: ' ; .fell
Mens Macklntosries. "Wa
Wlih DetadMbll C.PH.V '. kfJ m$
lirkle vmIb Sen-e. " Xv -.LTV itft!
ae4l.v(KITrlcot Cloth ' K nA WSM1F
pM llains!... ...k.i...'5vP. AfW8s
- if v 11 Cc e?i.Liif
H(nV btuek all-Wool Cheviot extra grade"
onincy pina lining
M jS- f
MeJIum ln Cheviot. lncypKM llnlnc B
v-clv ct roiUr larg llglit buttons i . V 9
Ucht inn Cjvett. light velvet colUr nnT1
Mac) pUUIlnhg bcaulltul buttons. .IUw.u7i
ro piacKuniiniinei norsieai uncy if net ' ' iWa
rlald lining black vtlvU)llr......l.l5uy fvV
j t vm
Men's VVe dote on fit. We don't
Suits. " clothe unless wc an
lit. Our system is so per-
fect that any man may get "perfet
fitting " and garments in a style suited
to his build. Being the largest cloth-
iers isn't it reasonable for us to make
Suits In classevt i... .. ......i..l0.00
Sulls In chssei .... ....12.50
Sails In classes!.- ...15.00
Men's Positively an abundance.
Overcoats. The. big man is never
squeezedJnio a little coat and per-
suaded that it lits -the little man
is never smothcied with a big coat
and uigued thai his underwear will
giOw heavier some day.
Ovcaeah In etmes .. ...10.00
Overtoils In eluxs v.... ...1250
Oterroais htcMv.cs.... ....15.00
11U B AND SA1 H STOIWaiiof gltt pack-
hkcs TakfacallclieckanJE'ttlicm when
of lho clay poll ot Victoria county for muk-
Itg presred brick lit pronounces It equil
to tint of St. Lmtls and a committee of
clUiocj nro cnnvnmtct; tho i-lty for tho
purposo of organizing n ftoJc compiny to
cngago n thW buslcim. wliloh would be of
great bencilt to this portlolv of tho Slit''.
'ih Natlonnl rarrfval given by tho la-Glc-a
of St. Mary's Cnthnllo church Mou-
dny nud TucKil.iy nights w'a veiji ruccera-
f uI. about JGOO lmvMz been irilscd. which
will o to the building fund for tho now
ohuioli now building.
United States PeMofflcci Iiifpeftor John
son js in lho city Inspecting tho Victoria
offlee tho llrht ivh'eb has btewmado dur-
ing Poatmaiitcr Wi'rihclmer'B Incumbency
THU HT Tl
of baths and medicines and medical at
tention freo ot tou
II o ml nui c n Arc Liable
Lincoln Neb December 8. Tlao dec-'slon
ot the district coiut In declaring ths boudj-
mem of ex-Treasurer Joseph H. Dirtlcy not
llabjo for hie sbcrtJgo wus reversed la an
opinion rendered today by tho supremo
court. Tho odiioum. directly involved Is
$201000 which fiuni Birtlpy tok from a
8tto doporltaiy bank. for nhleu he was
evicted of embezzlement and sentenced
to the pooltoutlary w'htra ho oa i. In-
SrwSy ibo deolsloii uffect BarUey'a whol-
SnwSJo of nearly J700.CW and hlfc j
now neeaw probiahle tho bondsmen IU
kao i par
' hllBHII'FV D3lAUTMt''.
Trinity Texas embor 7-AII oKlcora
look out 'and ariest Warwick jVil'hillll-s.
Kt'5 feet 1(1 InclW in n"11"' dark
hjonn mu-.taM.e. iw eWloxlon ..criip. -JlST
elolhM dver. I hold wmrant lorM
iiV frltw me J. U- nvron wnrfaMo.
TIIH I'LOI'll 'nittST.
31r. Mt.Int)rc Ilitx HediriK-il from lll
.IIIkiIom to llnroiic.
New York. December 8 Tho '1 imes toiuor
row will say; Thomas Milntjrs of the firm
of Mclntjro A. Wardwcll rttuiued from Eu-
rope by steamship )ctterda. Mclnt)ro latit-
ly udmltted tlmt his mission abroad was to
endeavor to effcet n consolidation of th:
milling Interests lie declined positively to
miiko n tlatemeut as to his siickwj or fuluro
or to indorso tho insertions mado iu this re-
Kurd by friends or other?.
On the floor of th produea exchange a tr.v
PffPlc offered U) wager that tlio ucal Had
gone thiough nod that Mr .Mcjntyre intenrtod
to ktp peoplo KiicmlDC.
Mr. .Mcluire lrllcd lit his endeavors ul a
consolidation In the West becauso of the
opposition of cerlelii flmiu if ho mrrl'ii s
p. an through he will unito lu this country u
dally output of !kJ hairels i Hon and
vililch lu tbo twenly-fo-ir hours ueo 2IU0O0
bushels ot grain Ihe capitalization of the-tonc-erus
Hiintlngton Px December 8. Among
Bcdford'p p5puIatlou of 2S00 there are about
200 cases of vvh!at ls said lo bo ccnulnu
smallpox. This alarming condition of af-
falm war discovered yesterday and up to
ihnt tlmn tliero eontinued an uninterrupted
ccmmluglltig of tha citizens of lh3 town Ir-
reipecitlvo of their pIdhIcaI condltiun. Tho
datger to the wholu eittral pnrt of tho
State U manifest as tho tie e)le of Bedford
vvhllo Infected with the dUtoso have Utea
Iravcllng far and uoar.
Jnitun'H Uxlrn Tux
Yokchoraa December 8. Tbo govern-
in on t Oas lntio4iiced in thodfotn bill pro-
lia( for increasing tbo land tax by 14-
000.000 yen towards cMiraited budget de-
fi:lt of 80000001) en Tho remainder ot
lho luncunt retiulrcd will bo raised by
It li belte.ved iheso proposals will Kad
U a rupttine of tho underbtandlng of tbo
cabinet and liberals.
mum. rr'-in nsrtles wcro analgned before
Justice King for prallmliHry exaailiMtlaii
u;id tho tomplalnlns vvltueHs fjillng io ap-
pear tho ohipges were dismissed.
Count Von Gurltcn Hn l.lllle I'rnlse
f.r tho Vulnnierrs
Berlin December S. Coupt Von GoeUen
formcrty military ultaeho at the Cermau
embassy ul "Wajhlngtoa. ho was eonimls.
kloncd by tbo ompcror to accompany tbo
Utlted States unny lu the Spmsb-Aiicr-
Jean war for the purposo of observation and j
olflcUl report addressed a largo and dls- iirrtJd 'tTexnns" not unknown lo fame
tlBKuHied a.pienfo IbU eyenlng at tbo Wpylfct dd one MUrJor MI
Kalsorhof oa ''The Newest Coloilal Povr ienaB nct to the majesty
The lecturer epono sj-mpatoeucany oi mo
American array and navy except so for
as the volunteers were concerned. He said
the only -good vpluateers were the Rough
Riders. lie severely tocdtcw'c'l tho Insur-
gentti who; h said tendered lltllo nssjst-
CoUtit Vcu tloolzi'ii sail iUi d)iia4iiltl
For Hi Tost. '
Hari. Texaus! Hear lb naine assallcd-
A rmno that evef balh frcvolled
Aeiiliibt tbo minion hordes who fain
Had left thereon lho livid stain
Alva Clay Bravo
Boars tlw A Kb YW Ml Wwg BMjIli
A NEW CATHOLIC CHURUIl.
Father l'rldal ami the members ot St.
Mary's Catholic church la this city havo
dosfded lo bulli n new thureh romplclo in
Brcuhum luetead ot winklre repairs lo tho
old bulldlnir which is now In use. This
decision was icached Wedncrday after a
full consultation nnd ntlsr every point hatf
been considered. It vvui agreed that a build-
ing lo cost ?;)000 bo erected on. tho south
end ot tho lot now occupied by tho chinch
which la In use.
THE WM. P. EWING EST ATI!.
Dr. R. E. Lube James U Simon nnd
Gcorgo Tucker appraisers In lho estate of
Win. I' Kwlng deceased filed an Inventory
and appraisement Wcdrcsdny In tho pro-
bata court. It shows the following: Iit-al
estate GiO ucrcs of land In Fisher county
Tcxa3 vhIuoJ at $1260. Personal property.
Itfsiudins futnltiire books cto valued
at 3517: cash I68EG; uurlou colm $000.
Iu addition to this there Is an Itemize;!
MlMtheilt ct the.- v l.oea. iu v-rtlt-l tun
do.iiu.vl bad an Ini" t4t m lilt'l. Kho vlnir
tho aluo of each. The list h long and tho
total is not given Tho Inventory and ap-
prulsemcdt vaB approcd.
KNIOIITS Of PYTHIAS.
Bronham Lodge No. 10. Knights of Pyth-
143. C L WilklM oUmceUor conanaiidcrV
A. M. SmJth vice cdntneellorj C. J'. Ixim-
nions prelate; j. B. York master of work;
C D. Tccklenberg 1'jcopor ot recoids nnd
seal: J. C. rishiir." master of flnuncol A.
Simon master cf e-itbcquer; H M. WII-
klns. maslcr-st-iniii; L Landgi-jf Inner
guaul: II. C Heine outer gtitrd; R T
Jaegll roprernlitUo to grand lodge; M.
A. Jloaly truster.
Iinpta-Jal Mptla listen Regent W. A.
Yak's; ico regent. Miss Va-lley Y'oung;
i(::reitary. C. A. rovvler: treasurer. II.
Lamlgrafi tmirtvs. H. C. lLt Wllllanj
Yoirag. K. R. Randall.
Xpt-t-liil j:ii--lliiii ul llillf'llll-.
HallclnMlc Tcxs Dceorobcr 8. A spe-
cial iflty olectlcti has been ordered for tfco
i't'lh to elect a Micccswr to Ilea. J. XV.
Itccs who httj reslgnel tbo office of ineyor
and removed lo Yoakum. As jet no on
ban announced as a tai.dldato for tbo ot
Thn call of lho crlrilnal docket In. h
tounty court which cor.vened Moelu) was
comrlcld t5dy i9Jid tiv jtmqindcr of llu
term will bo dcvot?i to MVl aud probul
Vlelurln Lot1 tin
Victoria Texas December S.-Kdwin
Ilostelo "presented "Hlehelcu" at the opera
liouso las' eight to a rather small but thor-
oughly pleased aufilt-see. Ho will present
"HtumUi." tonight and will have a crowded
Tvvi KntPlK Wcrr lrrNPiiid. Ilnlli
.MjiiIu from Illlurl tVoixl.
Bcnumoiil. Texas December S. Tin
Methodist eoiile'ieucc irconveiicd at Ilia
arpolutod houi tui niuinlng wllh IlUhon
Galloway in (lie chrli mxl opened wllh
ellglous ti'nltcs ccntlticlt.il by tho Kov.
B. T. Hayes.
Xiimea ot thoso wlio wcic abjcnt yv.u!er-
dCY was callui mid iilnu luspomlcel. On
louilon further jxiII cull wus illspeiifcd
Rev. T S. Oa siion ntC J. It. HcarUill i;
woio elected odiioru of tho conferonco min-
utes. Several oonimunlcatloiis vvcro prcjitnleJ
fion. will frjulciinlcutit and wcio referred
to nroner committees without lulln;.
Rev. 15. J. Gnten of Hiciby preientcd to
I ishop Galloway n ptctty gacl which vvaa
wauo ot v.ocu taken ream tho Me.Mnhoii
rliapil In Shelby county. This ihapul li
owo of tl.o oldest Mtvliodlal church bulld-
linrs in Teta. 11 is novv -vJrtiuilly In ruins
nnd the lonteiuiicu took up a collection
with which lo icbirlld. It Tho money wih
ordered plased In the lurid of tbo iirojtl-
Ine cldci of San Aiigftlno district.
Rev. J T. Sm'th also piescnco.1 lho
rocfciopcu with a gavel Tiil3 ona was
wade from wocJ fipin i ulni rc in
Nacogdoches county cmlor dlio pleading
Uniches of which thu flrrt Protewnut eer-
raon was piciohed lu Texas.
Kov. 31 0. Bllty nmJ Jiqy. j. j. i;.p
wre AJvanccd o lho cetoud )nr upon
the recommendation of the .proper toui-
mlUa. 1'rof. H. fivHjcr or tlto riMitbvveuieia
University nt Oeorgotovvi: tnado a r-drttcu-laily
'JntticMInc uddrciis to the conference!
nnd by a unanimous olc It was ordered
Diluted In tho Clirl-J'.iau Advocalo nnd em
bodied in tie report of the conference pro-
Wo will receive thli wtck 1500 boxes of
good Amtclcan gla;s direct from tho fac-
tories In pr'mo condition aud wo will bo
plc-ised to havo cmr orders for prompt
rtctnaubci that tho frlcght rate Is n big
Item '.n Its i-ost of glasi md don't scad
your ervlcra out ot tho Stole btroro com-
iMilm; prcM betvvetn St Iouts or Tv'evn
Ycik und HotiSton. ejiroliitlonu on rcquost.
ber sli In on lbs txucutlvo board. They
' litnced In a list toduv including th fol-
lowing names: Isiao Beiin!r-im Ialsville
Ky; Jtwi-nh Hluih. Aiia. 0a ; Julius
StiaoisH Uichmond. Va and Jullttj Vclss.
New Orltfilio The jenort vva adodtod.
Tho icport of tho I ellglous rights wu-
uilttei iiiys: "Wo uigo the imtrortaneo
of making every effort toward the eaoct-
tnonl ot u treaty between bid United i5.ate
atid Russia similar lo that voting b
twven ihigUmd nnd Rtwsla whereby U
ilghtu of Amerlcnn citlznu cf Jowl.a I1 Ui
shall receive euuut rccoanltlcn with j.So:D
of all others."
The cxcouUve comniittw unaulmously
eletlcd JuIIibi Trledbcrg ol Clncluaatl prw-
Ideul foi' tha onBUlug two jeaw: Samuel
Woolnen of Peoria vice president: Levis
Kohn of Cliielnoatl troasurer and Llpaian
THU J'ICftUAKT CASH.
TheiNs being no bualuoag lo tnaojaot (hla
HUt In I'roerrdlntrn Ordornl The Se-
rjrls December 8.-The count ot cas.
tlo? this vvllerncoh orderfti a st;y oi piw-
aftcrnoon the conference enjojed rcligh-ns ciedlrga in -the Piaiuirt court martial
Borvlcea conducted by Rev. W A. Vauhn.
wuo preaencn n mcMt instructive sennou
Bivdiop aiikowny prenihed at tho .Meth-
odist (fliurcn tonight Ws eubjeyt btini
COL. IIHSTCIl hli;ctkh
Tvteul-niulh Tlmu Ciillon nxe-iiuiixe
Hum Himiirril Dim
?Ccw Oilcuiu TJmcs-DtmCM:.
Al vi meeting cf tho 1oaid of dlroctom
held yctcr(?jy Henry O. Hester was i-
clectod fcccTctary and tureriatendeni of the
New Orlcaas Cirtlon 15change
Colonel Unter'u election lo thu neerelury-
shlp of 4ho New Orciius Cotton Kxshius
is tao tvvfuij-ninui comwiutlve two ns
bus beta eolycted for tJio rerpgnilbl posi-
tion. The conraf'Mto uppcilntad' fu notify
Colonel Htbftr of Is election A'Iqb l'rci'
deal C. H. Mingo and ilr. Waurlco S(rol
woro nho tame -goutloiHcii VJw iw.iflcd b'm
ust jtnir. voiouuj Miage osieu us spoai'j-
JiMii vn hith ocvajlojis.
The ohcr moraibcj-e of tbo.oirko furt-f
will ho circled Utcj'oo
Tine jntl-Drnftu pmcm are yefr anjry
over ;ho desijlon oi" this coart Valj'i they
derlb3 rj ttnerther insu'.t to he- army y
London DeeorobcT7-The JTwii car.Jp-
epoockct ot the Times a! The ec?ret
it ! X
dossier certainly proyci trwonlo ct- ht
fr-t In doeumentoiltha IMTt-Of UW.l- SSi3
pers of the general Mtt iMing aeWwyi" 3
thereto but no names are dn'l!ciloJxiid i0"M
there Is-absojuieiy ootuing io pravo or y Wfi.f
provo thai Dreyfus wvis councc-tcd rwjtll ba jjJpSj
roVMlcd to tbTpubl!c bcrapse ii.cmUiM8xM
jrporia i'inaiKai mw -'"V-'"7 " wTi VA
ckirtiln pt'hWiK would b? Ojpgwrous
todivpigo . . " . $j&)w
JKWIUH 00.0KaAT10.. i
Coiivrullua Meeowtiieail a Try
Tllh-unla taws Rnxlawd
mchmona ya.v ueoemiper "tj" v
usc. HU. support wppny l good and- vta- . f.i.mt'iaaA
s an artor or great nmiiiy. .- " . V . i ? J iwx r-i.i
a i ic-riini. nt si. iiIk hn t i.mn h.m ! alx'i hxro tcdav prevented lo dbo KW
for pcvnal day tfnting tho nilapthl)ty I dnlHhcs P.imU uf tjje f'anillitii'for m
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