The Dublin Progress. (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 7, 1891 Page: 3 of 8
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Special to. the Progteaa.
Actrrar, Texas, Feb. 27,-There
seems to be a split in the Alliance
ranks here over the presence of the
Alliance steering committee composed
of Col. Sledge and Harry Tracy. At a
caucus of the Alliance members re
cefitly held, it was decided to memori
alize president Evan Jones to with
draw them. It is «aid that the memo-
rial was a scorcher and ripped things
up the baok, as it were, in very pjain
and vigorous English, i believed
that this steering committee has little
influence with the Alliance members.
The McCall matter was under con-
sideration this week and was disposed
of. Mr. McCall was completely ex-
onerated from any intention to do eyen
a technical wrong and those who ex-
pected to see this gentleman humili-
ated, were disappointed.
The House and Senate are both
grinding away .very bard, bat they will
not get through in time to dodge the
*0.00 per diem pay. Among the im-
portant matters yet to be disposed of
are the railway commission, state road
law, school fund investment, state
banks of deposit, consolidation Of the
higher courts, text book and reappor-
tionment bills* The latter measure
may not be readied at the present ses
sion, but if the official figures are re-
ceived before adjournment the matter
will be taken up no doubt, and passed
upon so as to let two more Texas Con-
gressmen appear in Washington and
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noon the ShlpplBgtllT'gre^g
sidies to American steamship lines,
which has already been passed by the
Senate, is to be passed. Thera is a
chance that it may be hnng up by
amendments that the Senate will not
have time to act upon, bat the proba-
bilities are strongly in favor of its be
coming a law, as all the power of the
administration is being used to push it
through as a necessary adjunct to re-
ciprocity with Sonth and Central
American countries.. -
“Swing outward, ch gates of the
Swing inward, ye doors of the past;
. A giant is rousing from slumber,
The people are waking at last."
Such was ti e dramatic opening of a
speech delivered before the W oman’s
National Counoil^hpre by Mrs, Mary
E. Lease, the remarkable woman who
took such a prominent part in the
recent Farmers’ Alliance campaign in
Kansas, on the Faamers’ Alliance
movement and woman’s relation there-
to. It was a highly sensational speech
»“dwas ffreeted alternately by
now premiutfi list in which are in
eluded some of the most elegant and
valuable articles ever offered by any
paper. Do not delay but send at once.
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Special to the Progress.
Washington, Feb. 27.—The
plause and hisses but the orator was
not seemingly disoonserted by either.
For the thirteenth time death has]
called upon the Fifty-first congress. Polite Attention and Fair Treatment Will
The victim this time was 8eDator ,
Wilson, of Maryland, who died sud- "Ly Motto*,
denly Tuesday night of heart disease. _ _ _
ii oi DHarb disease.
His remains «. ££* » J QQ M E A N D G ET PRICES
give the congressional ti nber in both
houses a chance to do some political
maneuvering when they get home.
The fight on the commission bill is
now on and will commahd the atten-
tion pretty generally, of both houses,
until it is finally disposed of. There is
going to be a rattling fight over this
bill . Some sections are being very
severely criticised by staunch friends
of a conservative commission bill and
men who worked for Hogg and a com-
mission during the last campaign.
The farmer element in the legislatui e
•ay they want a commission bill but
they have no disposition to confiscate
railroad property as some sections of
the substitute bill now before the
House would undoubtedly do.
Senator Carter's bill cresting an in-
dustrial school Tor girls is one of the
best measures before the legislature,
and it is hoped by nearly everybody
who has seen it, that it may become a
law. The State has been educating
men and making lawyers snd doctors
and it is time the girls were given a
his lato homo, Snow Hill, Maryland
simply appalling to any but the most arrange his prlya'e business. There
experienced legislators, when the fact is no truth m the rumor that the silver I
is remembeied that after to-day there Senators tried to form a combination
are but four more legislative days, with the democrats to defeat his con-
But there is an air of determination in fi,nation.
both the House and Senate that makes -—------
It probable that they will all be dis-
catpirh euro, health and sweet breath cTo see
posed of before the Fifty-first congress secured, by Shiloh’s catarrh’ remedy,
dies by limitation, but it is feared that PrioeBQ cents Nasal Injector free
in the hurly burly and excitement of Sold by E. . curtis. 4
^LkeJliislaUon^n gT^hroughTn cu“’yb°UKh M<* non#umf>tioD
the guise of appropriation bills What 8 80 d by U.8 on R guarantee'
makes this more probable, is the un- °Ure8 COD8nn?Ptlon- • • 6 It
usually large number of men who will) For lame back, side or chest, use
A Full Stock of Rough and Dressed Luml*eji$
Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
LWAYS ON HAND
-K)IiD TOHIPSEPD YARD.*
retire from public life at the close of Shiloh’s porous plaster. P rice 25 cents R "R Q ID XT’ KT/r>'T7' ID T“Y-, L|‘ rp^
the session. These men will aq a rule. Sold by E JV". curtis. 5 L'i—jlv, LfUOiin^ 1 eXSS.
A groat many merchant princes of
the State have been here this week
and have been using their influence
against the assignment bill. They are
all against this measure.
The Senate committeo on interna!
improvements has reported favorably
a bill granting the M., K. & T. R. R. a
new charter and terminating all suits
company for past omis-
ld the committee will also re-
| passage of a bill allow-
toada to contract branch lines killed. That is the proposition
its within fifteen miles of the grant a subsidy of that amount 10
mam line without an amendment to company which proposes to lay a cable
their charter. “ between San Francisco and the Sand-
There are many things going on here wioh Islands. J he faot has beon
and around the legislature which brought out that the subsidy la great-
correspondont would like to er than the estimated total cost of lay-
upon, but he is mnch limited to so ing tho cable, and besides, a company
and, unlike tho correa- has offered to lav the cable without
for our dailies, cannot des- cost to this goyornmont, if Congress
all subjects of Interest. will grant them the authority
correspondents of the The House has passed the direct tax
Post is mon bill, whioh was passed by the Senate
in the person of at the last session. This bill provides
n, who baa ohargo of for the rotnrn of about 217.000,000 to
pondence, than the states that paid tho direct tnx
any other dally in tho State, levied in 1811 for tho equipment of the
has» style peculiarly his Union armies and has had quite a
nee is intense- stormy congressional career; it was
time# vory once passed passed by both Home and
Senate, but was vetoed by Mr. Were-
irmanent school fond invest- land, it was afterward tho enuso of
a bone of contention here, tho memorable deadlock in the House.
, it is understood, will In which the opposition to it was led
on Oov. by Representative Oates, of Alabama,
but it is said and ex Representative Weaver, of
the hands of a con
on account of a
Itae country has one thing to be vor8 in the human family. Try it.
truly thankful for. the Nicaragua 8ee advertisement. 1
canal bill is dead, and the lobby of
ex-offle a Is that has been so cunningly Sugar Chill cure is the only perfect-
pushing it is in the depths of despair— ly tastless chill remedy on tue market,
it has not only failed but it has been children cry for it. Don’t fail to try it
found oat. The bill was laid aside in Sold on guarantee by h. C. Birohmore
the Senate became it was apparent itch, mange and scraches on human
that there would not be time for it to or aDima,8 cured Id g0minute8 by Wool.
be acted upon in the House after it had ford’s Sanitary «,tion. This never
been passed by the Senate. It will I fa.Ila. Sold by E JV., curtis Druggist
probably come up in the Senate again Stephonville, Texas,
at the next session, and it may be
passed, but it is certain that the next The Rev’ 6eo' H’ Th»yer. of Bourbon,
House, a large majority of whioh will Mn<L 8ays- “Both myself and wife
be men fresh from the people, will not owe our livce t0 Shiloh’8 consumption
vote to extend the credit of the gov- care”' by "• curtis.
eminent to a private enterprise, so the Are you marriedT if not, send your
bill may be regarded as dead for all address to the American Correspond-
Ume- ing Club; P. O. Box 843, Clarksburg,
Another W.000.000 joo is likely to be W. Va.
CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE
I, mmmic* W .top CIIOLCBA rtooo, MS} ai Sw«n O.
In rnxl.rtt.ii tl fr Ml n U mSm-mI hr mm t* Ik*
lurfMt Ud a«rt Inrtm I* U. n 11-II111
Price, 50 Cents per Package,
BASS <fc BROTHER,
* * « JAr
it is stated by
Try Jo Ho for Kbeumatism, Neu-
ralgis, Catarrh, Sprains, cuts, burns,
old sores, braises, sore throat, earache
croup, diptheria, erysipelas, and all
ioflamationa, never fails In allaying
pain from any cause and effects cures
ju extreme cases. A thorough trial is
all that is asked to ascertain its won-
derful properties. Rof> re nee as to tho
virtue of the medicine. I give the
following named persons; Bard Allard,
Willis Dunn, Archie Koahev, Silas
Thornton and Mrs. E. B. Hardin.
Mrs. S. E. Vcnablk.
Agent for Eratb, nood and Somervell
counties. Stephenville. Texas.
Stop tho racket with your kids, don't
glys them nasty, bitier chill medicine;
give them Sugar chill cure, a sure cure
for chill and fever, dumb ague, etc. a
guarantee cure if given as directed,
for Bale br U. C. Birohmore 48-8
Sleepiest nights, made bv miserable
that terrible oottgh. Shilohs cure is
the remedy for you. Sold by K. N.,
WU1 yon suffer with Dyspepsia and
Iver complaint? Shiiob’s Vltaiiaer is I
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by K. ..
Croup, hooping cough t« * Bronchi,
is immediately relieved by Shikh’s
curav Sold by E. N. curtis 8
question? Why do so
I Ml for Ui'
uunurenm lUWUl Uirm OU IUUUU IU UOOUI
, FBAWSJ can bo mode wld* or narrow, wb
'with tho sano, ao that *acb bon* bo* to do lu ■___
of lb, work without lntorforlo, with tho pooltion <
r*ta. Tbo klAMSa ar« made of extra a
r*wp to kb wo onto __ _________
|Mlshod with ntranvahfiboTM, which wh*n wornVcan to npliol at a woaatiial root.
I make special ohovoU for itlaok or Sandy Land which p o«»o Ml all the adjaatmenta found In any!
l other oulti vntor. Tho VOLIIVreEB hat many other point, which room her* forbtdo mention-a
|ln,. If roar dealer don't tiara than, or* will ahlp yon one to bo aettied for when found aarep-l
rroaenfed. W.olaeaako>11 klatrof RlShiwCaltleatanoatliutUallklataof AsrtewItamU «no-
I flraeab. Bwth*.Wat*ni. C'ailO'ooipo.tr Writ. a. for poor woataaadaaad lor afnalara. ■
TAKLIN * ORENDORFT C’a U*«i>f»(mHt0O tso Smi itwTS, DALLAS, TEXJ
No Stock Raiser can afford to be without this old
and well-tried remedy.
It cures foot rot, shoulder rot, screw worm and
6cab in sheep.
Cures harness sores, spavins, swioncv, wind galls
and nearly all diseases peculiar to horses and
Cures hollow horn, caked baeju, grub and hoof
' disease in cattle.
It penetrates the muscle, membrane «nd tissue of
man and beast; heals oid sorcu. cures eruj>
tions and every kind o( iMiir.mmation, and can
be applied as an nt:>i to tender pan ..
p It for emergencies, read the d‘
it in time. Rc?nrmtv*r t
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Daley, James S. The Dublin Progress. (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 7, 1891, newspaper, March 7, 1891; Dublin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth530417/m1/3/: accessed October 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.