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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 31 December 1895

ft Iv TEXAS AND T15XAXS j HALLE1TSV1LEE IrJLiaa coiiu una has cone once jJgjSn < rythlrB has resumed cv S S ttiftl l tety peoplt hod Hrci at ltnponB hall BtfHfj uev Leo Urcen preached a KE s icrmon at the Haptlst church Marcus bchuam le hre or KjLUlin vlaUlng his mother and I KM Bam V 8Schnartz and Jesse Hatch Ptf students In the BtntcMmtyerslty H ndlng tho holidays with their rem Mfe1 1 Kloush of Gonzales Is Islt K7e family of D A Pnnlu Esq K Verd HIIIJo ani wife are visiting BW old homo In Weimar i iv r Honors has returned from g t toMrs Dr Prcssly her sister In KTe C Godfrey la visiting In Eagle Hf raul Hehrlnir who Is superintending ttulldlnR of tho nev court houso In V J p lost week to Inspect the Et houso at thin place Hg tJ v King of Goldenrod was Biere rlshtsoelng and on business tho the w eek t of E V W Walker has been over from Klenben to > eo M 8 Townsend Esq Ebas been quite sick for scv rnl weeks Hf Ernnvtt lownsenrt of Welmnr Is HE siid will reimln until his broth...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 31 December 1895

11 w4J if mM m i w K M It Iti i iff J u lb IK H Mh V lThin Prices if 5iT are Just the thing to tit lean P < xt tbooki HnhanDliy there are more such pocket twrtVThan there should be but wecavt reduce the number and so are accomm v Sating oursdvesto the situation The thinnest min on earth l fleshier than lh tUrurro were putting on our goods Our noroU a school of economy Come along and make yourself a graduate In the art of money raving Youll never take a degree In economy any more easily than now M MENKE A CO JIOUBTON TEXAS HOLTKAMPS PHONE 302 C W HARRAL W W HARRAL HARRAL HARRAL Successors io W llarrat Invite the attention of the publlo who tie ire to buy or sell HEAL ESTATE RENT HOUSES LOAN OR IlORROW MONEY We do the lament RENTAL business In Houston and make COLLECTIONS OP RENTS A SPECIALTY HAItltAL A HARRAL mi Main StrecL DICKEY TEMPEST J EO HITHOTS Moo mo eo + nntl GOO Klam Uulldlng Houston Toxap PHOENIX LUMBER COMPANY Wsnufscturer of Lumber SashDoors Stair Work AND INTERIOR FI...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 1 January 1896

JHe in the Right Bow jght Will Always Bring < Results The Potts Want Column are retej ana patronized by more people and nrmi than any other paper In ths State Charsrcs nominal for all except altua tlona wanted which are free IIIOH LIFE Imported Sardine decor ated tins key openers ASPARAGUS TIPS3 lb cans S dm In case CRYSTAL GLASS WASHnOARDS NoncorroMvei do not tear clothes Kb BELMONT CIGAH8 Londres Royalcs Londres Finos El Commcrclo stylus SEARCIILIOIIT CIGARSSplendld So emoVe 100 In box v ALUMINUM LEAD rENCILSNcat and handsome useful and durablo novelty HOUSTON TEXAS Newjjgar Cards Zn r alluijPjs for Your > WE ARE HEADQUARTERS J J PASTORIZA Printing Litho Co HOUSTON TXXAS ST OW IN STORE Tew Yokk Skkd Potatoes in 12jjecJc barrels njesset Triumph Potatoes in 100 pound sacks II WRITE US FOR PRICES T H THOMPSON CO HOUSTON TEXAS From now on through tho wlntor I of fer largo quantities of cholco flowers especially Marechal Nell Brides and RrldcsmatdsRoses Lily of tho Vallcj Violets...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 1 January 1896

P r V ifi U 1 ii in = rtft v HtiMAmoBg PboVMelfcans WCWMINALMPPEAtS ASSIGNMENTS k Y t BUIuXni HondaroChlla t IMtta na Berloutly BurnedA Ulcyelltt In jured In a Collision Ban Antonio Texas December 31 The Inquest Into tho death of Antonla Morales th Myoarold Mexican girt who Is said t o have died of Indigestion west of the Alacan Friday afternoon has revealed a moat pitiable case of poverty The facts brought out by the Inquest show that the girl had virtually starved to death and the rest ot tho family are on the verge of a like fate The Morales family live In a rude little Jacal some distance south of Lake View avenue on the extreme tree tern edge of the city All that there Is In tho hut are a few blankets and rags for tho Inmates to sleep upon a little wooden bench and come pieces of cooking pottery In tills hut besldo the father there live the mother and her children Including tho 13yearold daughter who has Just died the family has nine llltlo one from hairgrown girls to crawling ...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 1 January 1896

a E BUSINESS BAROMETER Index to the Condition of Trade Generally IE NEW YEAR BUSINESS PROSPECTS oil OotlookforlmprnTed SpringTrad To Prevent Ann her Tieasary ltald Tiade Notei Office of The Post Houston Tuesday December 31 n business clrcls all eyes ora turned pefully towards tho new year Trado ring tho past year h s not bcn up to peotatlons but everything points to nn provement the coming spring which 11 doubtless be followed by a dull Bum r and one of tho busiest falls ever aoan this section of the country The out > k for a good spring trade Is based upon o belief that tho farmers of tho country 11 prepare for large crops and that the r pcndlture for supplies and labor will t a great deal of mony Into circulation Very few Texas farmers will ask ad iiices tho coming Bsnsjn as nearly all no out this year with a big surplus fob cotton was raised atlees expense in for many years nnd netted thtra a larger prollt While they have spent uparatlvely little money during tho past ir month...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 1 January 1896

HUM ihp w WrW MWANfKi 3f 2M wy > m it ia 4 Lumber Com Lumber Co Rf APPLICATIONPERADVISEMENT Mfcaraof Ik Wrlty RMf l IAin < frw < M fvK < aa Cotcman Rom attorney for WWWIU iB BrouulvSr ana William nrough JrJ father ana m filed an application In UWj th offlco of the clvjl district cJerk yc ItTSSiterday for this appointment of a receiver fen 00 Warren J Land and Lumber com iS g paftjr and the Texas Timber company Mwrrti applicants allege In their petition M thai they own stock In the two coma s iJ amounting In the aggregate to about WAU tWl Tho petition further alleges that T 0 August t 1SJI the Texas Timber ifoV irW > mpany forfeited lis charter and that dPS tbTexas Timber company and tho War ife l 8 ttnt on < Lumber company have re jt since been operating jointly In tho mill Ing business under the same charter that K v J Y1 authority to the Warren Land ana h Lumbercompany to do business that tho Texas Timber company having forfeited Its charter Is subject to dissolu...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 1 January 1896

RAILROAD TiniS TABLE The train en the following roadi ar rive and depart from tho Grand Central depot Southern Paolflo Houston and Texas Central Oulf Colorado and Santa Fc Houston Kasl and West Texas and San Antonio and Aransas laas Trains on the International and Great Northern tho Oalveston Houston nnd Henderson and the Columbia and Velasco use the International depot foot of Con press avenue Trains on tho Missouri Kansas and Texas use the Katy depot and the Galveston La 1orto and Houston uso th eSan Jacinto street depot Houston and Tcn Central Main Line Leav 000 am I Arrlvo J s P Leave 1110 pm Urrlve Austin Branch Leave SS3 pm Arrive VtM pm Bonthcrn Pacific Ban Antonio Trains T > ave1115 rm Arrive J Leave 903 am I Arrive W P New Orleans Trains Arr vo am Leav 660 atn Leave C6S pm Arrlvo luw Pm Victoria Trains Leave 923 am I Arrive Pm Missouri Kansas and Texas Chicago and Kansas City and St Louis Trains Leave 730 am I Arr ve 30 atfl Leavoi 700 pm Arrive 930 pm Golf Colorado and ...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 1 January 1896

> m M < i cS ocwom VwirniHi CWMK wtaiitoTTrW > coj m iMmcok few on month ttM r > stOn i y r tit l ia Ne Tot B CvBecksrliti t aic go < liL 8 C Beckltti 5ri AuSltor 5 nr a a B sf Post Twllny genu CoJonjIW Agenuwiii n General Traveling M tlnnS Carey U Benlth and JVJJ n JflfoltphoM Numbers Buslnew cfflee Jt M sA room jiffe A HAPPI NEW J > iwllhs n Ung onr arbitrary dlTUlon J l4 I Li XKARI ft ot time Into centuries and dceacroi and has 3ytm the rsrinUijhcil measurement OB to H regarded cvrrjwhcro ns a klnd of natnntl order of things marking P tins boundaries between the old and the jscw ti completion of emo chapter anil fi taa besinnlns t > another In Individual P and National We I In this view of tho case the world Ktie Nation tho State tho community and tho Individual nil today nro taking I tip a now thread of existence and turn ing their fRce to another of Times rnoxninss Tho fact present a rotrr pcct I and n forecast TV uoo the language of another today la the di...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 1 January 1896

> > PULITZERH PULSE Mils Peace Uoeaums It Conduces to Circulation don December 80 Tho Prince ot hits received from Mr Joseph Pil ot the New fork World the follow cknowledgemcnt of tho cablegram his royal highness and the Duke of sent to tho Wortd through Sir ls Knolly prlvato secretary to th6 e hoping that the differences be tho United States and Groat Britain e Venezuelan question would bo nm f settled Ills Hoynl Highness tho Prlnco of les Snndrlngham w York December IS Tour Christ mossago of jienoe and good willwas y appreciated and had Important t Tho reaction Is almost complotc alenre has obtained mastery over mpulse The World thankstyoUfor wlso and bold words epoken at o al a time i Is also boeomln to acknowledge a profound respect the eloquent and esslve messages of concordance ana y received by the World from Cardl oguo primate of Ireland who en from Rome Cardinal Vaughan bishop of Westminster Dr Walsh bishop of Dublin Lord Plunkett bishop of Dublin and Klldare the bish...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 1 January 1896

M wwrn w m r > tiraa < l sThin Prices fJ t unjust the thins to nt lean pocketboofcs KsrJ < Unhappily thero are more such pocket books than thero should bo but wo cant i J reduce the number and so are accommo ourselves to the situation The dating ffii II thinnest man on enrth la neshlor than 86 i the fljrures were puttlns on our Rood iSf Our store Is a school of economy Oomo liSV alone and make yourself a graduate In fw the art of money ravins Youll nover ii f take a degree In economy any moro easily iff n than now If H MENKE db CO ilk HOUSTON TEXAS lr i Houston Texas YOU DO NOT KNOW US Il 11 Well Wo of cour > e could not say that you novo lived In vain but really > ou nave not lived as cheaply or as happily ns you might have done After this It you do not know us no enn not bo held to account for tho matter for vto here with invito your acquaintance Wo hnnilto he highest erodes of Lumber and wo keen everything In sash doors blinds rljrht In slock We make a specialty of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 2 January 1896

he jghtIn d In iho Right Bace Will Always Bring Results I The Post Want column an read ana fatronlzed by more people and flrma han any other paper In tha State tharges nominal for alt except altua ions wanted which ara fraa IlIIOII LIFE Imported Sardines decor jatcd tins key openers aBPARAGUS TirS 3 lb cans 2 dor In I case SCRYSTAL GLASS WASHBOARD3 i Noncorrosive do not tear clothes TU BELMONT CIQAnS Londres RoynlcsT Londrca Finos El Commerclo styles SEARCHLIGHT CiaAnSSplondld Bo smoke 109 In box LUMINUM LEAD PENCILS Neat and handsome useful and durable novelty HOUSTON TEXAS ROOFING AND BRIGHT ARGFST AND BrST ASSORTMENT IN THE SOUTHWEST PEDEN CO Ity Office LOU Franklin avenue phono 170 TcL lew Year Cards Call on us for Your WE ARE HEADQUARTERS J J PASTORIZA Printing Litho Co HOUSTON T XA3 NOW IN STORE New York Seed Potatoes in 12peck barrels Tennessee Triumph Potatoes in 100 pound sacks WRITE US FOR PRICES T H THOMPSON CO HOUSTON TEXAS From now on through tha winter I of fer largo q...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 2 January 1896

pipiiifecuERO Si MCCIDENTAl KILLING AT WALLIS mmii Y ATfc M N T f Saw tn Haw Year RVC w CUbrtlo Chlld Burn fy Cu ro TesM Janu rr t Th entire cly Wjwaahorrtfleil thla morning to learn that SJJMr Paul Hclwlg architect and superln > I Xcndent of tho court house lind com B ftUt d suicide About 2 oclock Mr Ilgner k who rooms next to Mr Hclwlg waa aroused by n call from lilrn and on going to the room found him saturated with his own blood from a terrible wound In his neck Inflicted with a rasor A physician Was Immediately summoned and all that human aid coulft do was done but to no aVnll as he died In n few minutes Ho left two notes one to Mr Paul Darn blulh of thlsi city asking him to pack up his things and ship them to Mr Ooldbcck of Austin and a message for Mr A O Watson for whom ho was superintending the court house Tho other note was to Mr Ooldbeck the contents of which are not fully known Mr Helwtg had a reputation here as an upright honest man and the commission crs had every co...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 2 January 1896

CAILROAD TIME TABLE train tho followlnr road ar The on rive and depart from tho Grand Central depot Southern 1aclflo Houston and and Banta Texas Central tlulf Colorado mid West Texas Ke Houston Kast and Aransas lass and San Antonio International and Great Trains on the Northern tho Onlvestorf Houston ana and Velasoo Henderson and tho Columbia of con use tho International depot foot Trains on tho Missouri press avenue Kansas and Texas ute tho Katr depot and HouBton and tho Galveston La Porto use th eSau Jacinto street depot Houston niul Texns Central Main Line Leave 900 am I Arrlvo M P Leave 1110 pm Arrlvo IJranoh Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave I Leave Leave Leave Leave Austin 333 pm Arrlvo Pro Southern lnclfle Ban Antonio Trains 1115 rm I Arrive J M am 805 am Arrlvo W pm New Orleans Trains B50 otn I Arrive Leave 65S pm Arrlvo10W pm Victoria Trains I Arrive 4 pm Leave 025 am Missouri Kansas nnfl tnam Chicago and KawuClly and St Lou Leave 730 am Arrive ara IIKS V Pm awh 9 = 30 p ...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 2 January 1896

it E usroNipif < POST V trMl WOP wfiuwtwo comfawt Secret t ColUBtB k 3raX r WM1 T 5 Ltfa KTtx U Second ClartlMattaf P > ofciniptlri y MailDally and Hunft month n00 thro months Itool Po t on y ar tlW V stiy On year tlOOi 1 month w T XJ1 ent s three month 2a rents build 6 MKSternYtluslnrs Ofric Tribune f Western Hu ln Office j B C Beelcwlin w krv Chlcaro 111 fc > h PoP Trnvellne Alentt Colonel W M T Carey General Travelln Ajrent will IV > P lIJnn J M HenUh Buslne ana J V office P H S iv Telephone dumberr f editorial room 451 Ifff HOUSTON THUPBDAY JANUARY t POOH OLD IOrULISM In league with republicanism aiding and abctttoe tho strictly gold and high tariff party P ty under which prow up < S all tho ovlls against which tbo dear sim ple told populist bavo been so lustily In veighing a party particularly obuoiiotm now to hto South and West where pop ulism alono flourishes Is a beautiful In stance of political niul personal consis tency l > y tho populist senators who are...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 2 January 1896

I ie Revival of teristic Patriotic National Spirit a Charac of the Past Twelvemonth in This Country CLE SAMS DANDER UP e Time Made Memorable bu nlernallonalQuarrelslnall Quarters or the Globe he etory of tho twelve months now twins to a rioso differs materially the record of tho few years preced It At that time the stirring Inci Bts which marked a business crisis a resultant atrugglo between labor capital strikes riots and socialistic jfnrlcs were tho leading elements of t narrative now the Industrial sky Is hearty clear that there Is nothing In Interest tho reader who loves thrlll llterattirc Iollticnlly this year has Jo the offset of any during the pros administration There have been but great calamities either on land or eon There havo been several nun people < < f with the Insuigent cause ox it i messed n nws meetings lu filibuster ng lie celebrated In mliiul i but er annas xPli d tho almost universal so lmvo not formed the central point dcslie that somo sort of iceoguttlo...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 2 January 1896

UTHOSEitpORECEIVED XALLERS V closed and good cheer and merry making a I M w r LP r M OME EAR At Tlit OM C t Lwlgj Its Pop r WfBMlMMi tad Thoia WhoYDIted Vi it 1f C A Haw Taarr > SSi KJrwnHit gladdened tho hearts of humanl tron he flnrt day of the young year and t tbe Wtop air and > tha cjalokemd the salt of pedestrians It was trS n Wlat day and very generally observed fhy alt classes Public offices and the banks o and business houses were ma Ui order of the day There was an absence of the old time New Years Sat however and the number who kept open S Iwusa shows a great falling off as com i pared with preceding years Old custom are giving way to new customs and old Ideas have been supplanted by new Ideas In the old days open home was the rule arid not the excoptlon Receiving friends on New Years was conducted upon a grand scale and high and low rich anil poor dispensed openhanded and warm hearted hospitality The New South orig inated a new order of things and the old Bouth and ...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 2 January 1896

rri HISTOKY HI A YEAR Continued from Fifth Vaee Ibrt7 Orn Mason Drayman exgov Ir of Idaho at Kansas City Mo need lb IS ExCongressman Ward at Ches IPa aged 58 Vr 20 Gen Philip St George Cooke In Folt Mich aped S3 lr 20 Maturln M Ballon of Boston nr publisher and writer in Cairo Ipt aged 73 r 8 JUdgo and exCongressman A It Sloan nt Beaver Dam wis aged i5 fcr 9 V Jennings Dcmoreat a founder lis prohibition rarty In New York tr iSHobert C Wvckllffc exgovernor Louisiana at Bhclbyvllle Ky nr 22 ExUnltcd Mates Senator James ftllson at Fairfield la aged 65 > r 30Lovl 13 Tatt eminent Jurist at Itlac Mich aged 73 lay 7ExGov Robert S Croon of New key at Elizabeth aged 65 ay S ExOov James A Weston of e Hamrshlro at Manchester lay 9 ExCongressman A M Hamilton CI tort Wayne lnd agedI Iiy 12Ocn Charles Sutherland rc fc > In WashingtonExOov Rev Ira thnse of Indiana at Lubec Me aged rExCongrcssman Julius II Seelye ex Sldent of Amherst college at Amherst Ky lC Hear Admiral John J Almy U fctiriv...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 2 January 1896

j t mm f < ifThin Prices i Jnt the thins to fit lean pocketbooks WSir Unhappily there re more such pockel K books lh n there should be but we cant Mp i > reduce tho number and to are acoommo vVw rtatinp ourselves to the situation The > thinnest man on earth la fleshier than f the flruroi were putllne on our rood toS Our store Is school of economy Come rv alone and make yourself a rraduate In tho art of money tartns loull never take a decree In economy any more easily KA than now W M MENKE A CO ft HOUSTON TEXAS ti CroshsJ coke substitute tor anthracite witfj uivbu 5lGV rh t ssfB ifjlj l PIZZINIS JRENCH RESTAURANT llMtUfrU Main Btreet Bins Bulldlni Dinners ISAlJared to furnish fc etc pre Suppers for l Sails Parties at lowest prices Bldo 1 tSotraicaon Texas yenu i BRO gABERING rViol KeUUDfaJers in gift or U ds hl la Lumber s d staik W igitta Oo 4 to 5 WHS NT Mat I WKUBS MSI FOIMS j t k 1 ffw vJpB UABEn I MALCftl 17 aA5nD0ORSAN Ml TKAVU CSCHWARZ JXalar la Columbus llunrtu Btu3e...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 3 January 1896

heIn d In the Right Place Will Always Bring Results The Posla Want Column are read a > atronlzed by more people and firm han any other rarer In the State Charges nominal for att except ultuo lona wanted which are free HIGH LIFE Imported Sardines deeoi nted tins key openers iSPARAGUS TirS 3 lb cans 5 dot In case CRYSTAL GLADS WASHBOARDS Noncorrosive do not tear clothes EL BELMONT CIGARS Londres novates Londres Finos El Commerclo style EARCHL1GHT CIGARSSptondid Be smote 100 In box 1UMINUM LEAD PENCILSNoat nnd handsome useful and durable novelty I HOUSTON TEXAS s fOW IN STORE Jkw York Seed Potatoes in 12peck barrels Tennessee Triumph Potatoes in 100 pound sacks WRITE US FOR PRICES T H THOMPSON CO H0U3T0H TEXAS Trom now on through the winter I of Jer large quantities of choice nowers pspcclally Mnrechal Nclll Brides and IridCBnialds Roses Lily of the Valley lolcts and Pansies Also White Flowers and Artlstlo Floral York A WHITAKER Iiriorlst No 03 Travis Street Houston C P SHEARN Seale...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 3 January 1896

M r 1 4 fi MItUa KM > hd Koakpoft C k bt > y < urr B if d for Mhoot lKKlll 4 by Log Tex Jenvary J At ThttraxUj afternoon Elam 1 toward ANDBItSON LOCALS aft 1116 col f imvtInt6 the building on tho corner ISfeW Bandy ami Wftrt street tn which 1 fJUvt cold torog room of a beer agency PSfmS dJ discovered hi employer Mr F Wft Krcntxlln hanging by the nock to a y 4 ladder leaning ugalnst tlio wall with a fH > mJl cotton ropo cold n death lie gave Vv the alarm at once and the news spread 1kf llk wildfire ieet Dra Hartlett and Locked assisted by J gome of the largo crowd that noon gath red on tho sccno tried for half an hour to reouscltato him but to no avail a J had DcrWpH boon dead several heatr Tho following letter waa found trpon til person Dear Friend and llrotherat Rronhnm Texas January 1 Ucsldes < v Mho groat bunion of business I waa hon estly tired of ray llfo hero In this world emd wish you all good night wldcli I oni very sorry to do but everyone to whom 1 owe anyth...

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