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R. R, R.
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A HAM) OP DESPERATE FUGITIVE
tOISVICTS AT LiBGE.
frhockliitf Trnuftly In Cincinnati— 4 Dynamlto
UiHr.K#*—OecpermJor. Burned Out—
Horrible Murder In Penn-
•8J>*CI.M. to Thb Nnffs.l
Little Hock, Aik., September 21.—The
fugitive convictp, who for days past have been
intreLcl.ed in the Maumelle mountains, twenty
miles above town, defying capture, yesterday
aallitd out from their fastness and escaped.
As they retreated, they informed everyone
they met that they did not intend to be taken
alive, ond called attention to the fact tbat they
were armed with Winchester rifles and re-
vrlvt rs. In addition they have two valuable
blcodhoundB, which were sent after them when
they escaped and which they captured.
The gang numbers live and is led by Thos.
Kelly and George Anderson, notorious charac-
ters. The outlaws crossed the river from the
south side jn a skill' and headed for the Indian
Territory. The belief is expressed that they
may he run down. The manner of their es-
cape from the convict camp and especially
their actions since in defying arrest are exciting
comment of an uncomplimentary character to
A Dead Colored infant Unearthed.
IBriciu. to To i Nswi.1
Mexia, September 21.—Yesterday, Dr. M.
W. Kemp, while walking throagh his p isture,
which joins his residence in the suburbs of thi
town, was attracted by the action of his dog,
who seemed to have found something, and oa
going to the spot where the dog was he discov-
ered the body of a colored infant, whloh was
partly covered up with earth and appeared to
have been recently placed there. The cas? was
at once reported and an inquest held,which de
veloped nothing definite.
This morning a negro woman, who works
for Dr. Kemp, was arrested on suspicion and
charged with the deed which she at first de-
nied, but when called before the court for ex
amition she confessed being the mother of the
child, and made the astonishing statement
that the infant was born suddenly while she
was at work and diedfsoon after, and, being
afraid she would be accused of killing the
child, she kept it secret.
Dr Kemp says the woman has been work-
ing for him some time, and the d*y she al-
leges the child was born she was at work all
day, and has been doing her regular work
trace, and no complaint of sickneis has ever
been made by her, or noticed by him since she
has been in bis employ. She protested strong-
ly tbat the was innocent of any criminal In-
tent. No action has yet been taken in the
matter by the authorities.
Ten Convict. Escape..
ibpikjui. TO t'BB NEWB.l
Hearne, September 21.—Ten convicts es-
caped from the plantation of Wm. Hearne in
the Brazos bottom last night by catting
through the roof the prison-house. They pro-
cured mules and made straight for this place
where they provided themselves with clothes
more becoming to their appearance than
their prison garb. Some of the members of a
theatrical company were the losers. They
were stopping at the Montgomery House,
where the convicts effected an entrance. They
also got away with two good watches.
A large party started out from here this
morning in pursuit and succeeded in capturing
four. It i» thought the others will be over-
taken, as the posse is close on their trail.
Attempted Horse Theft.
OFFICIAL TO THB NffWS.I
Denison, September 21.—A bold attempt
was made this evening by a white man, who
refuses to give his name, to steal a horse be-
longing to Mr. Llelgo, a hardware merohant.
The horse was standing in front of his store,
when the lover of horse lleBh came along,
mounted the animal and left. Pursuit was
given, and the man and horse captured at a
railroad crossing where they had been delayed
by a passing train.
Arrested on Huaptclon.
[Spbcial to Thb Nml
Marlin, September 21.—The sheriff re-
quests Tee News to give the following de-
scription of a negro who was arrested to-day.
He thinks he is wanted either in the county oC
Robertson, Burleson or Nacogdoches, for out
rage. He is yellow, and has the appearance of
a Mexican; is about five feet eleven inches
high, weighs abouut 160 pounds, ha* a scar
over the left eye, and says his name ij Henry
Charged with the Theft of Mare.
1bfscial to THS NRWS.1
San Artonio, September 21.—A diputy
sheriff from Pleasanton brought into San An-
tonio this morning a Mexican namel Vasillio
Cruz and Anderson Mason, who are charged
with the theft of a mare and colt iu Bexar
L'nable to Make a Mew Itond.
[Special to Ths Nkws.1
Dallas, September 21.—P. P. Ball, the al-
leged defaulting postmaster at Sunset, who
was last week surrendered by hi3 bonds Hen,
has been unable thus far to make a new bond.
Arrested at Denl.on.
IBpioial to Thi Nrni.l
Denison, September 21.—A man answering
the description of Frank Morris, wanted at
Oswego, Kan., for jail-breaking, was arreBted
to-day by Marshal Cntler.
Accused or Kidnapping.
[Special to The News.]
San Antonio, September 21.—A Mexican
woman made an affidavit this morning charg-
ing Juan Cortez with the offense of ki Inapping.
Shocking Tragedy in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, O., September 21.—There was
a christening in a Corryville saloon la3t night,
the participants in whioh grew boisterous.
Shortly after midnight an old lady named Mrs.
McCormick, living above the saloon, came
down to quiet the crowd. She was attacked
by the roughs and her collar bone broken. A
young man named Pat Williams, who inter-
fered in her behalf, was thrown out and badly
hurt. The proprietor of the saloon then
turned out the gas. When it was relit Her-
man Reimer, a young man, was found dead on
the floor, his skull having been crushed with a
piece of lead pipe. It is not known who com-
mitted the murder.
Kansas City, September 21.—The Times
Nevada (Mo.) special says: Ceo. Thompson
and Edward Hinds were jailed here last Friday
for robbery. This morning the sheriff dis-
covered that they had sawed through the ban
of their cell and formed a plot to kill him. A
set of burglar's saws were found sewed in
their cuffs and $2000 was accidentally
discovered sewed up in Thompson's undershirt.
Hinds's valise contained a stick of dynamite.
Thompson has been identified as a notorious
Valuable Machinery Dynamited by Htrikera.
St. Louis, September 21.—A report comes
from Bevier, Mo., that at an early hour this
morning an air-compresser to bs used in the
coal mines of Loomis & Mively. at that plac J,
was blown to pieces by dynamite or some other
explosive. The machine had not yet been un-
loaded from the car on which it h»d been taken
to Bevier. There is no clew yet to ths perpe-
trator?, but it is supposed to have been done
by some of the white striking miners wno
formerly worked at the mines, to wreik ven-
geance on Loomis & Mively, who now employ
note but negroes. The machine was valued at
Ilcrrlble Munler In Pennsylvania.
Pottkvillk, Pa., September 21.—A tembie
truffriy occurred last uight at Silver Creek, a
mining vilege eight miles east of this city. P.
O'Neill and bis wife, Sa' ah, lived with an old
woman named Btttie Keefe. The mvl and
wife liid constant onarrels, and M.-s. O'Seill
blsmed the old woman, who was her nusbind's
aunt, for being the instigator of the domestic
troubles Last night Mrs. O'Neill drsit?»d the
old woman from ber bed to the fl xjr and sev-
ered her head from her body with an ax. Mr*
O'Neill was drunk at the time, and whea
arretted did not deny the crime.
Hie Michigan Desperadoes Burned Out.
)cla, Micb., September 21— Aldrlch, his
wife and son, who resisted the ofllcers so sue
reiefully on Saturday, and flnully came to
jail, but refused to give up their arms, were
disarmed during the day yesterday by eight
ciBcers. 1 he ofllcers seem to have been mitnh
overawed by their so called prisoners The
houte, barn, straw-stacks and everything bo-
longing to the Aldrich family, except a wa^ou,
vi as burned to ashes last uight.
1.&TTKK FROM i'Al.EHH\K.
How Farmera are Hampered—^Thought II Was
a Chinese Horror. .
iTo The News.]
Palestine, Tex., Septomber 19, 1885—Con-
tinuous rains have notouly brought much suf-
fering and inconvenience to citizens of the
town and county in tho matter of malignant
types of deugue, but have seriously interfered
with cotton-picking. Not only the gathering
of the staple has been checked, but much of it
will rot on the stalk. Several farmers are also
hampered by the refusal of hands or rent-
ers to fulfill contracts. For instance: One
heavy planter, near the city, worka
his land witb colored labor. Now one
of his renters, who controls a large fam-
ily of laborers, having got in debt
to the farmer, absolutely refuses to gather his
crop, unless said farmer pays him so much
cash per week, with which, ostensibly, to pur-
chase provisions. The farmer has no other
retource and must lose the entire crop or be
literally forced to go on advancing money to
the man who is already in his debt The
negro takes the money, brings it to town and
spends it. The farmer offers to furnish him
provisions, but this he refuses, as whisky,
tobacco and other unnecessary articles are not
Included in the offer.
Last night parties on Spring street and near
the railroad depot were startled by the sudden
contamination of the air with a peculiar
aroma, apparently coming from within the
depot. Men looked apprehensively into other
men's faces and questioned: " W-h-a-t U
it?" " have we a Chinese horror 3" etc. There
were a large number of travelers, of both
sexes, waiting in the depot for the 7 o'clock
passenger. The men swore and the ladles
twisted about on their seatB as only lovely
woman can twist when suffering from a vague
and unknown torture. The ticket agent closed
his port-hole and vamosed, while the lunch-
man grew uneasy as the suspicious glances of
the bystanders wandered toward hlB hams and
sandwiches. Policeman Durham, Street Su-
perintendent John Kelley and Night Watch-
man Bill Crist put in an appearance,and, though
inured long to hardships, grew faint anl shady
when the odor seized their smeller. Everybody
looked for the supposed dead infant, but no
bucccsb rewarded them. Then a runner was
sent to Marshal Rogers, who was enjoying a
calm and scentless sleep. When informed that
there was a dead baby in somebody's valise, be
told them to " get it out," then, and continued
to sleep. Policeman Durham advanced slowly
into the waiting-room, apologized to the
ladies, and said: ■' Ladiss-er-a-this stench is
horrible! Hem! for the Lord's sake, what is
it?" With one exception, the ladles declared
their innocence of all knowledge of the cause
of the aromatic influence. The policeman ap-
proached the exception, a portly, well-dressed
lady, who had a big shawl on her lap. He
raised the shawl, deprecatingly, and shojk it
out. Nothing dropped. But the handsomely
drepsed lady jumped and withered htm with
Indignant glances. She could not speak
English, but readily opened her valise when
the policeman pointed at it As it opened he
fell back witb a gasp, and on regaining
consciousness cautiously Inserted bis hand in
to the valiBe, while the big lady smiled encour-
agingly. He tore open a parcel, felt the con-
tents, closed the valise, and mutely apologiz-
ing to the big lady, backed out of the depot.
To hif| companions in search he gnashed
through his teeth the historic trans-Atlantic
air: Cheese, Cheese, Limburger Cheese.
P, llceman Durham's f i iends are all singlag that
song to day, but it is neither more nor le3s
than justice to him to state that he bears up
under it with heroic fertitude for one so young
in years. He is a little weak, but with good
nursing and a close diet it is Confidently ex-
pected he may ultimately recover. ***
To Enjoy Lire.
Many people do not enjoy their lives any
more than prisoners in jail or exiles in the
mineB of Siberia. It is because they have
overworked themselves into nervousness or
biliousneB or dyspepsia. They can be happy if
they will use Brown's Iron Bitters. This is a
peculiar preparation of iron, which enters into
the blood, driving out impurities, and giving
enrichment for poverty, strength for weakness,
and vigor for lassitude. Mr. Edward Cane,
of Jersey City, N. J., suffered from dyspepsia
and loss of appetite. He used Brown's Iron
Bitters and writes, "It made me fat and
Natiian Wills, colored, of Talbot county,
Missouri, is dead at the age of 107. He was a
slave belonging to Benjamin M. Bowdle, and
was the father of nineteen children. Twenty
3eats ago he became a free man. Of all his
children only two survive him—Levin and
Nero—both of whom are great-grandfathers.
Nathan lived to see five generations of his
children and grandchildren.
When Baby was sick, wo gave hor Caatorla,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla,
When she becamu Miss, she clung to Castoria,
Whea sho had Ctiidren, she gave thorn Castoria,
W. N. HALDEMAN,
President of the Great LOUISVILLE COUKIER-
JOURNAL CO., tells what he knows ot
WINTERSMITH'S CHILL CURE.
Office of thk Courier-Journal,
Dr. Winter smith, Sir: I waive a rule I have ob-
served for many years, the value of your remedy
prompting me to say, in reply to your request,
what I know of your Chill Cure. The private as-
surances of its efficacy I had, and the good results
of its effects I had observed on Mr. It. w. Meredith,
who, for more than fifteen years, had been foreman
of my oflico. induced me to test it in my family.
The results have been entirely satisfactory. The
first case was of two years'standing, in which I be-
lieve every known remedy had been tried with
temporary relief—the chills returning periodically
and with seemingly increased severity. Your cure
broke them at once, and there has been no recur-
rence of them for more than six months. The other
Dase was of a milder form, and yielded more readi-
ly to other remedies; but the chills would return
at intervals until your medicine was used, since
which time, now several months, they have entire-
ly disappeared. From the opportunity I have had
to judge, I do not hesitate to express my belief that
pour Chili Cure is a valuable specific, and performs
,11 you proui.se for it. Ke^eetfu»^LpEMAN.
iPTHUR PETER & CO., Agwits, Louisville,
manhood, etc. I will send you a valuable treatise upon
the above diseases,also directions for self-cure, free of
charge. Address Prof. F. C. FOWLEtt,Moodu8,Conn.
suffering from the ef-
fects of youthful er-
rors. early docay, lost
THE PENNIES ARE COMINS.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
ARE THE MOST DURABLE,
THE LEAST COMPLICATED,
HAVE GREATER FACILITIES,
CONSUME THE LSAST FUEL.
WILL BAKE, COOK, ROAST AMD BROIL
QUICKER AND MORE EVENLY THAN
ANY OTHER STOVE MADE.
THEY HAVE NO EQUAL.
Buck's Stove and Range Company
SOLE AGENT FOR GALVESTON,
M. P. HENNESSY.
GENERAL STATE AGENTS
Dan'l Pratt Gin Company's
REVOLVING HUD COTTON EMS
Feeders and Condensers.
Bradford Corn Mill,
; MANUFACTURED EXCLUSIVELY BY
THE BRADFORD MILL CO.
We carry a full line of Uln Machinery and can
fill all orders promptly. Correspondence solicited.
NO. OO 8X11 AMD,
GALVESTON. - - TEXAS.
E. M. Hartrick, C. E.,
K. H. Tiers as, M. E„
Assayer and Chemist.
HARTRICK & TIERNAN,
CITIL AND MINING
Office—Heldenhelmer Building, Southeast
Corner Twenty-second and Mechanic,
P. O. Box, 145.
Plana, specifications and estimates furnished for
Private and Public Works, viz: Railways, High-
ways, Canals, Supply of Water to towns, Drain-
age, Sewerage, Irrigation, Roofs, Bridges, etc.
Geological, topographical and land surveys; re-
porting on the general character of soil and
climate, grazing, timber, arable and mineral
lands, water facilities, etc. Mines examined and
reported on: analyses and assays of ores, fuels, etc.
GOLD MEDAL, PABIS, 1878^
Warranted absolutely pure
Cocoaf from which the excess of
Oi 1 has been removed. It has three
times the strength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar,
and is therefore far more economl*
cal, costing leas than one cent a
cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested, and
admirably adapted for invalids as
well as for persona In health.
Sold by Grocers everywhera
W. BAKER & CO.. DorcMer. Mass
WE WILL continue to keep In stock, during the
fall aDd winter season, a full line of the fol-
lowing goods, to which we call the special atten-
tion of tne trade, and will pell at prices to suit, viz:
Jellies and preserves, in wood, glas3 and tin;
pickles, in wood and glass; canned nsh, fruits and
vegetables; prunes,currants, raisins, dates, applea,
bam and Vienna sausage, pigs' feet, crabs, luncb
tongue and brawn, all in tin; smoked beef, Fulton
market beef; Limburger, cream and green cheese,
oatmeal, barley, fancy cakes and crackers, fancy
candies, chewing gums and prize boxes, nuts of
all kinds, Angelica and Catawba wines, Holland
herring, Russian sardines and caviar.
G. SEELIGSON & CO.
C O AL.
OUR LOCAL TRADE IS LARGE AN^
creasing, and our interior trade is crowing
rapidly, w.Mch is due to our furnishing tne best
gradts of Coal and exerting our best endeavors to
please. Manufacturing firms and individuals will
find it to their interest to let us quote them. Special
attention to carload lots, which we snip in bulk or
sack. Anthracite, Bituminous and Blacksmith
Coals in any quantity. Our facilities will admit of
no one underselling us.
PARK & McRAE
le and Retail Dealera, GAt
LOOK OUT FOR THE COPPERS
And will completely change the blood In the entire system In three months. Any rersce
who wlil take 1 Pill each night from 1 to l'i weeks, inay be restored to sound health, V
such ti thing be possible. For Female C/Oiuplaints these PlHs have 110 eqitr.i. Physiciaui
use tliem for the cure of LIVER and KIDNEY diseases* Hold everywhere, or seut bs
mail for &5c. In stamps. Circulars free. L S. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, Mass.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNF. LINIMENT cm
Hacking CouRh, Whooping Cough. Chronic Dfarrluea, Dyser
eases of the Spine. Sold everywhere. Circulars free. I. S.
Crf yp* AstKnn, Bronchitis, Neural,
gift, liKennmtisin. JOHNSON'S ANODYNE
LINIMENT (for Internal and External Use)
will instantaneously relieve these terrible dis-
eases, and will positively cure nirvo cases out
of ten. Information that will save ninny Hvej
sent freo by mall. Don't delay a momenr,
Freven' ion L better than cure.
CURES Influenza, F/ceding at the Lungs. Hoarseness,
senterry. Cholera Morbus, Kidney Troubles, and Dig
JOIINSON & CO., Boston, Sla.ss.
It Is a well known fact that most of the
Horse a ad Cattle Powder sold in this eoun-
try Is w ^rthless; that Sheridan's Condition
Powdei is absolutely pure and very valuable.
Not hi i g on Knrth will make liens
lay lib e .Sheridan's Condition i'nw-
der. Dose, one teaspoonful to each pint of "HSw
food. It will also positively prevent and curel Hog Cholera, Ac. Sold everywhere, or sent by mall for 25c. ig
^ U I §£ CT EM ^ U I IT D JV I stamps. Furnished !n large cans, price $1.00; oy mail,$lJ3U
Vf n I Vrf R. E, IM Vr n U U b K A. ! Circulars live, L S. JOU\SU^ i CO., Iktficu. ilao.
" SUNSET AND STAR A
00 TEXAS to NE
ARRIVING HOUItf, IN AD
2 13 aa, i 1 "V"
Between San Antonio, Denison,
Making close ind reliable connections In the
EAST and NORTH. The Direct Lla. tor ALL
ZONA and CALIFORNIA.
FaUinan faltn Duffel gliteper. *u all
til'U'R TIMB, LOW ll.VTBH.
For NEW ORLEANS, 5:45 p. m.
A. C. nUTUIllNfeON,
General Manager, New Orleans, La.
P, J. WILLIS &
ALFRED H. PIERS0N,
(Late ot R. A. Brown & Co.,)
161 (Utwsro.v, TKXJtfi.
Consignments ot produce and cotton solicited.
JEMISON, GROCE & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
Established in iSBT.
McAlpine, Baldridge & Co.,
Strand, Galveston, Texas.
Liberal advances made on bill lading or cotton
R. A. Brown.
LAMMEKS & FLINT,
H. beellgson. J. W. Forsgard. W. M. Heeligson,
H. SEELIGSON A OO.,
In Grain ani Western Protnea.
Consignments solicited and liberal advances made
Hentley Building, Strap*. flahwlw. T.xaj."
J mo. D. Booms. J. A. Bobibtsom.
JNO. D ROGERS ft CO.,
GINNED FOR THE SEED,
WILL PAY CASH, FULL VALUE, FOB
COTTON IN THE SEED.
Galveston Oil Co.
m LIVERPOOL m,
NEW LIVERPOOL SILT,
Send In Yonr Orders, and Will Give
You Low Trices.
HAWI.EY & HEIIIENHEIMEB
[,009,000 SMS and OiORELS
GREAT REDUCTION IN
WM. PARR & CO.
ALLEN'S Brain Food. Botanical Extract, posi-
tively cures Nervous Debility & all weakness of
s-erera'lvH system; either sex. Si; 6 for $5. Druggiste
or by mail from J. H. Allen, 315 First aveuue, N. Y.
NJ> CRESCENT KOUTE."
W YORK CITY
VANCE OF RIV.VL LINEB.
Houston and NEW ORLEANS.
Orescent City with Hiiim diverg
POINTS In OLD MEXICO, NE
% for bll paint*
IRAM8 LBAVI1 HOUSTON:
For the W EST, California Express, 9:48a.m.
I. W. raiHl'B, Jr.,
8. P. A.. Hotuton. Te*.
This Is the only Chartered Lottery of any State.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated In 1868 for SS years by the legisla-
ture for educational and charitable purposes—witb
a capital of $1,000,000—to which a reserve fund ot
over $550,000 has since been added.
By on overwhelming popular vote lis franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2. A. D. 1879.
A Splendid Opportunity to Win a Fortune.
Its Grand Single Number Drawing will take plaoe
monthly. It Never Scalksor Postpones. Look
at the following distribution:
UIlAItO MONTHLY DHAWINe-Claas K,
At New Orleans, Tuesday, October 13,1865, under
the supervision and management of General G. T.
Beauregard, of Louisiana, and General Jubal A.
Early, of Virginia. CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000.
100,000 tickets at $5 each; fractions, In fifths, 111
proportion. list of prizes.
iCAPITAL PRIZE $75,000
1 do do 25,000
1 do do 10,000
2 PRIZES OF $6000 13,000
5 do 2000 10,000
10 do 1000 10,000
20 do: 500 10,000
100 do 200 20,000
800 do 100 80,000
500 do 50 25,000
1000 do 25 25,000
9 Approximation Prizes $750 6,750
9 do do 600 4,500
9 do do 250 2,250
1967 prizes, amounting to $265,500
We do hereby Certify, that we supervise the
arrangements for all the monthly and semi-annual
Drawings of the Louisiana State Lottery Com-
pany, and In person manage and oontrol the Draw-
ing ourselves, and that the same are conducted
with honesty, fairness and In good faith towards
all parties. We authorize the company to use this
certificate, with fac-simil* of our signatures at
tached, in its advertisements.
G. T. BEAUREGARD.
J. A. EARLY.
Application for rates to clubs should be made
only to the office of the company In New Orleans.
For further Information, write clearly, giving
IMPORTANT-Remit by Postal Note, Erprfss
Money Order, New York Exchange, or draft on
New Orleans. Letters with currency Invariably
by express. [We pay express charges on all sums
of $5 or upwards.]
Addressed, M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La.
Addi ess Registered Letters and make Postoffloe
Honey Orders payable to New Orleans National
Bank, Kew Orleans, La.
For Information apply to J. D. Sawyer, Galveston.
is decided by
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY
(A GOVERNMENT INSTITUTION,)
DEAWN AT HAVANA, CUBA,
Every IO to 14 Days.
flokete, In Fiftns—Wholes 15, Fractions pro rata*
See that the name of Gould & Co. is on the ticket
Subject to no manipulations, not controlled by
parties in interest, it is the fairest thing in the na-
ture of chance In existence. __1__
For information and particulars apply to SHIP-
BEY CO., Gen. Agents, 1212 Broadway, N.Y.City,
or J. D- SAWYER,
123 and 126 Tremont street, Galveston. Tear.
THE J. S. BROWK HARDWARE GO.
OFFER COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS IN THE
FOLLOWING LINES OF GOODS,
Hardware, Tinware, Saddlery,
Saddlery Hardware, Woodenware,
Wagon and Buggy Timber,
Galvanized Barbed Wire,
Kilbnrn Wagons, Hazard's Powder,
Standard Brands of Shot and Caps,
Mantels, Grates, Cotton Scales,
Butchers' Implements, Etc, Etc.
UNDER A NEW MANAGEMENT.
The rates will be^graded at* usual, but at a muob
EXCURSION RATES can beisecurod from all the
chief cities of Texas and NewOrleins. The ratfl
will amount to FOUR CENTS PER MILE for the
round trip to Sour Lake Station, whioh 1h located
on the Texas and New Orleans railroad.
Hocks meet each train promptly. Trains from
New Orleans arrive at 7:55 a. m. and from Houston
at 8:11 p. m.
Dr. W. S, Rogers, of Galveston, Resident Phys'n.
For a«»lysis and other information, apply to
MANAGER SOUR LAKE HOTfEL,
Hardin County, Te*.
tflie Rate from Row Orfeann and Return Will B«
BALLINGER, M0TT & TERRF,
ittomej! aM Csraselors at La?,
(96 POSTOFFICE STREET,
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