Texas Mining and Trade Journal, Volume 4, Number 8, Saturday, September 9, 1899 Page: 1
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Vol. IV.—No. 8.
Thurhkr, Texas: Saturday, Skit em her 9. 1899. 1 Whole No. 164.
GENERAL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS NOTES
An Illinois tomato factory operated on
Labor Day at Dallas, Texas, observed
as a holiday.
Peculiar are the effects of aphasia that
afflicted to Czar.
Friends of David B. Hill say that he
will re-enter politics.
The severe drouth which efflicted Eng-
land has been broken.
Timothy Hogan, the great steamboat
man, died at New York.
T wo Mexicans were killed by a Missouri,
Kansas and Texas train Saturday.
The next meeting of the Foresters of
America, will be held at Baltimore.
At Frankeysburg, Ohio, Mrs Garrett
was struck and killed by lightning.
A National Guard picket at Carters -
ville, Illinois, was fired on from ambush.
The keeper of the Philadelphia Zoo sep-
arated fighting snakes, but he will not do
The United States cruiser "Boston" ar-
rived at San Francisco from Manila,
Edward Morris was shot and probably
fatally wounded by Lee Ashby, near Ma-
The famous Wilder brigade will meet at
Chickamauga to dedicate a monument on
The Franciscan Church corner stone,
near the Catholic University, is to be laid
The New York Sugar Refinery has cut
its rate to meet that of the American
An interesting report comes to Washing-
ton of the peculiar customs of the coast In-
dians in Alaska.
The Sedalia Missouri Capitol has deserted The citizens of Fayette, Missouri, are
Republicanism, and hereafter will be in- divided over the question of consolidating
dependent in politics. Howard Payne and Central Colleges.
A young ladj' of Paris has planed for a
gown which will excell anything ever cre-
ated by a lady's tailor.
Lord Scully has bought 40,000 acres of
the choicest Bates County land, and ten-
antry exists in Missouri.
Jules Verne has written anew novel.
The romance is laid in America and treats
of every State in the Union.
A fierce timber fire is raging in South
Dakota. The town of Englewood is
threatened with destruction.
George Blanchard has returned to
Sycamgre, Illinois, from the Klondike with
lots of experience and no gold.
A correspondent at Potam, Mexico,
gives the details in the situation of theYa-
qui Indian uprising for the last four days.
It is rumored that Chief Justice Hurt of
Dallas, Texas, will seek the nomination
for a position on the appellate bench next I
No matter what the verdict is in the |
Dreyfus case it is thought there will be i
serious riots, approaching revolution, in
An elaborate programme has been ar-
ranged for the session of the League of
Municipalities, which soon convenes at
The Silk Ribbon Trust, comprising the
leading manufacturers in the East, has
been practically completed, with a capital
President Diaz is not afraid that his
seat will be usurped while away from Mex-
ico, and has accepted an invitation to visit
Chicago. This will not be his first trip to
the United States.
Former Senator Goebel, candidate for
Governor of Kentucky, intends to resent
the attacks on his personal character
should he be defeated.
Owing to poular disapproval the Kafir
Kraal in London has been closed to wo -
men. The outcry is the result of the re-
cent Lobengula incident.
The export trade of the United States
with South Africa is growing rapidly, de-
spite strong competition from Great Brit-
ain and other countries.
The feud in Kentucky has broken out
afresh. Two Deputy Sheriffs were killed
Saturday, one by Mart Smith, who recent -
ly shot Deputy Stubblefield.
The National G. A. R. Encampment
open at Philadelphia monday. Thousands
are present. Judge Leo Rassieur is spok -
en of for commander-in-chief.
A Frenchman has written a treatise to
show that the French are superior to the
Anglo-Saxons. He states that the French
will eventually crush the British.
The Ohio Republican campaign will not
be formally inaugurated until the return of
Senator Hanna, who is complete boss of
the situation in McKinley's State.
A new congressional directory of the
Confederate States, has been compiled by
Brigadier-General Ainsworth giving many
facts not heretofore touched upon by
An Indiana preacher became a tramp to
investigate conditions and the religious
thought among the common people. He
tells some interesting experiences encoun -
tered while employed as a laborer. He
says that he is now an Anarchist on the
subject of an eight-hour work day.
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Rose, John R. Texas Mining and Trade Journal, Volume 4, Number 8, Saturday, September 9, 1899, newspaper, September 9, 1899; Thurber, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200523/m1/1/: accessed March 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Tarleton State University.