- 2 THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY, SEPTE1MBER 12. 1900. ashore at French Reef and a bark and West one day out and ran In toward Carys-fo- rt Reef. When she was between Jupiter TO-DAY- 'S NEWS IN BRIEF. RELIEF WORK UNDERWAY IN GALVESTON. barkentlne ashore at Turtlo Harbor. The 'and Fowly's Rock the clouds came down BUSINESS. Discount rates were 5 to T per cent on call and time loans, clearances, - o..m. Continued I'ront Tape One. Eldorado escaped damage. Captain T. W. Reynolds of the Salaman-ct- if till they fairly rested ou the water and an old sailor, formerly mas- there was a heavy swell. deep-wat- er ter of the ship W. H. Starbuck, said that The wind then set in, constantly Increas- goRftsi; anrc- -. SM.US. Xcw York exchange. 4o be recognized, they are being held as long of the Colorado and Southern road. ?ald ing, and the clouds suddenly to Louisville, In all his experience he had never encoun- discount bid. 10c discount asked. as possible In the ho?o of securing their tered a storm of greater severity. "It re- have been turned Into solid water. Tho 2T; discount bid. par asked, Chicago, dis- The Colorado Southern officers are In- "of the rtonns downpour was terrhic and the wind In a For Misses and Children. i nnmos. minded mo." he said count bid. 10c discount aked; New Orleans Quite a number of children are noted clined to send free to Galveston anything In the China Sea " vicious mood. It ripped oft deck awnings r: dlfcount bid, par asked: Cincinnati. oC discount bid, par asked. among the lis:. that may be accumulated hero for the Texas sufferers." The Salamanca Is a small craft, being only and lashed the sen. The llttlo Salamanca Ever since we first introduced "SOROSIS" for Women A telegiair. from New York notified the SSJ tons. She iras from Havani September was tossed almost helplessly about. Tho The local wheat market closed htclierat we have tried to produce a shoe equally good in every re- Hue frVpt.. 74 b. Oct.. 73' .c a. Pec, 74r.ic Governor that two train loads Of sunnHes sympathy"jFforeign lands. 4 with a small cargo. She rounded Key blow thirty-si- x hour. d No" I red. Corn closed higher at 3!.c t. had left New York for Galveton. Tho Cin- spect for Misses and Children. Sept.. Zitc a. Oct., 54 a. Dec., X'j.c b. jcar. cinnati Chamber of Commerce iiollfinl the French Government Cables a Mes- iUc No. 2 white. Oat? closed at - JV Governor that it wojld send any relief that This has now been accomplished by the manufacturers Sept.. 2Sc Dec :iHc b. May. HMHjSc sage of Sorrow Jo Washington. The local market for standard mess pork closed firm at JliM for new. Prime Eteani ( it could give. Chicago, Philadelphia, St. Louis and several other points did likewise. COI.UltADI). Paris, Sept. 11. The French Government REYISED LIST OF THE of "SOROSIS" Shoes. lard closed firm at 56..! ' " I Denver, Colo.. Spt. IL Mayor Johnson has decided to send to tho Government of "SOROSIS" is the most perfect Shoe for Misses and Tho local spot cotton market closed firm. DEAD SO FAR IDENTIFIED. the United States a mensage expressing LOCAL AND SUBURBAN. has Issued a proclamation ralllnz for con- sjmpathy with the people of tho United Children that has ever b:en made. tributions for the aid of Galveston. Ben- States on account of tho Calveaton disas- Th r.aval militia, which will Riveprelimi- nightly at the Exposition, gave a jamin I Wlnrhell, general trathc manager ter Misses, sizes 11 yl to 2 $3.00 Per Pair nary drill at the Armory- - Tli.- - Mis-sour- ! Trutt Company, which lias Children, sizes S to 11 $2.50 Per Pair lxen In business In Sedalia St.for twenty Galveston. Tec.. Sept. 11. Some order li ST. LOUSS HURRIES RELIEF mm&'a ar.. has Incorporated 1" LouN for being brought out of the chaos and some- o " 'tho purroso of extending Us bu-in- thing like a ysteniatlc attempt ! being 1fred Foreman, who ran away from his made to clear the debris and remove the Fedala home with another boy. intending LOST AT GALVESTON. m ,eek fortune In the Wild West, was TO TEXAS STORM SUFFERERS. dead and Injured. Idlers are being pressed into rvice at tho point of the baonet and In St. Louis. made to work, and .i military cordon Is be- dry coons cftiiiMtr. Jame 11 Case, president of the Lincoln Trust Company, died suddenly at Rattle ing drawn tighter and tighter about the REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New York. Sept. 11. The first news Creek. Mich. St. Lnuisans raised more than SUM) t or St. l.ouls to the call for aid for the and cenerously qul-kl- Ji Westrrmann ?!tjourl Glayn i Co Comiwny :; K place. Every horse and mule that was left In tho city was In service. Supplies are com- of tho fato of the unfortunate Bhlps the relief of Texas storm sufferers. Mrs. J. T. Barnridge nearly lost her life Texans. More than JlI.OuO was collected yesterday by comrr.ltte--s of the Interstate Merchants' Total . UUier Mep . In addition, the committee appointed to fur Itclirf. silor; ing In from Houston, and the flnt line of communi-atlo- with tho outside world wan n that were lying in Galveston Harbor when tho cyclone broko over them 4 came to New York y in tho SOLDIERS COMPEL BURIALS, by fire. to-d- via Texas City. Large force LouN J. T. Schneider. 9 years old. Is Association, and the sum of $10,000 was visit members of the Furnlturo Board or are working on the railroads, and In a few form of a telegram from New Or- - St. Louis's Infant barter. placed at Governor Sayers's disposal. Other Trade made an Informal report of f J,i) col- days the people of Galveston believe the leans to the Maritime Exchange. It BY J. C. McNEALUS. damages, are suddenly confronted Tilth rranJc Klbarz. an order clerk, was killed committees will make their reports lected. The llt will he completed situation will be greatly Improved. The fol- was aa follows: REIUBL1C SPECIAL. added calamity. by falling devvn an elevator shaft, At the suggestion of the Mayor, Acting Several chairrneh made no reports, as they lowing Is a partial list, revised, of the known New Orleans, Sept. 11. Galveston Dallas', Tex., Sept. 11. Galveston was "Ever) thing possible Is done to re- f "special Patrolman Kotmer appear in court to answer the charter of bond to cie Pres.dent W. T. Haarstlck of the Mer- preferred to complete their llsN before dead: advices state that the steamer Cum- - placed under martial law Adjutant lieve suffering humanity at Galveston. Strp assaulting three girls. chants Exchange- - appointed a committee rraklnij their returns. It was decided to J. V. McKIINNA, wife and two children. borland sank at her wharf. o General Scurry took charge of the city and piles are coming In and are rapidly trans- of the members of the exchange to hold another meeting of the committee at City of Evcrell sunk, at ported to people who have starvation utar-ln- g A tire on the top fivor o'. the four Courts 1. J. McKKNNA an4 two children. Sli-am- Wand with the military authority of the subscriptions for the sufferers. Several thou- noon y. JAMES WAKKEN. wife And etx cluiarta. V her anchorage, off Quarantine. thtm in the fact, for almost all edibles was extinguished with small loss. sand letters were sent out last night to the President Straus yesterday afternoon H. KAUrMANN and one. child. (British) Is Btato behind him. Governor Sayers's In- In Galveston were rendered unwholesome Thieves broke Into Clerk Wasenann's of-fi- rs Steamer Taunton business men of the city. The committee wirnl Governor Sayers that the rum of A. 1T.UXTKU. mother and father. aground on Pelican Island. structions were to protect the people by water or wash-- Into the sea. at the Four Courts and rifled the cah T. F. IIHAF3. wife anJ two children. draw er. will meet afternoon to report re- $I0,0CO was at his disposal und would be ln-c- re Steamer Mexican (British) !.i fast against all vicious elements of society anl The number qf lives lot will probably sults. nsed. rit'RHF.3. wife and tliter. to do all possible to fee that the dead were nevtr be known. On the flotsam of the Oreat crowds attended the second day of WILLIAM JUXTKli and lx cntUten. In the mud up tho bay. the Belleville Street Fair. Mayor Ziegen-hel- n Governor Stephens has Issued a proclama- Thij Interstate Merchants Asuociation Steamer Pensacola put to sea dur- - buried. bay and Gulf are unidentified bodies that MRS. D. rAIU.ER and two chlttren The first company ef State troops called will attend tion calling on all citizens of Missouri to will receive subscriptions from any firms or S. tVATKIN'S. Ing the storm on her voyage to I'en- - reached the shore like seaweed Hoatlng ca i Michael Churrbill was appointed Consta- contribute ejulckl and liberally to the re- person. Checks may bo made payable to VATKIN?. cfctia. Facola, l'la., and Is supposed to bo Into service was the famous Houston Light the ocean's surface. Many have drifted to ble In Justice Spalding's court to succeed lief of the people of a sister State. John H. Tennent, treasurer of tho Relief 3. N. REAGAN. lOSL Guard of the First Texas Infantry. Tho sea to be devoured by sharks and fishes. Brn Brady. Both the Western Union and Postal Tele- Committee. MFtS. WLNCOTT. Steamer TclefosA (Spanish) went Dallas Rough Riders of the Firrt Texas Others tloat to the mainland and are con- Arrangements are completed for th re- graph lines have promised to forward free Edwin S. Puller, ejtalted ruler of the local DOTTO. wife J4 aevec eh!trn. V adrift and collided with the British Cavalry have assembled In their ar- br-e- signed to a final resting place without ception of William J. Brjan In this city of charge all messages to or from relief lodgo of Elk3. yesterday telegraphed the mory till day and expect lo receive orders shroud or cofiln or customary burial rites. next Siturday. F. FRITZ. Eteamer Whitehall. committees. secretary of Galveston Lodge Inquiring JOSKFH WEt.CH. 'rife and two chiMrec The British steamers Hllanus. to. move to act as relief for the "At Texas City and Virginia Point and Louis Parker. Jealous of his bride of a ht week, told her he had taken poison, but he Trnusiiortntlon for Supplies, whether financial aid was d3ired to care J S. EVERETT and lf. Roma. Kendall Castle. Red Cross and Light Guard. Professor G. W. Ware, teach- other places bodies of men, women, chil- hadn't. The Louisville and Nashville and the M., I for the stricken members of that fraternity YEATS, child. Benedict, tho Norwegian steamer er of penmanship in a Dallas education-i- l dren and animals come In with the tils. K. & T. railroads have offered to carry free FKANK HUGN. Institution, was In Galveston during the hur- Unless the unfortunates wear some artlclo The first rehearsal of the St. Louis Mu- and Instructing him to draw upon the St. CltriKJER. wlfs ar.S child. Gyller. the steamers Alamo and Nor- - sical FeMlval Chorus was held at the OJeon of charge all tupp.ks for the storm victims, Louli EHts for fOCO If needed. JOSEPH FALKE and three chlMren na were driven hard aground on the ricane. He reached Dallas and by means of which Identity can be estab- and was a fiUwess. and tho Iron Mountain will convey Tho Waters Pierce Oil Company wired GEonor ciiAio flats north of the city. made the following statement: lished, they aro numbered with tha un- St. Louis was visited by the frayed-ou- t to Texas two cars of produce for the suffer- Governor Saycr-- $1,000 yesterday, and R. CHARLES CONKET. "It was as a godsend the placing of tho known dead." remnant of the Texas hurricane, caublns ers, collected through the efforts of Nat W. Bolsseller pent a check for 10 to Sec- ROBERT JONES. city under martial law. As soon aa the full discomfort from dust, but doing no Wetzel from commission firms and shipped retary Morgan of the Merchants' Exchange, MRS. E. V. KLEIN. force of tho calamity was realized and the GREAT STORM'S COURSE. Uamarje. in ears furnished by the Pacific and Amer- MRS. L. HOLLUECK. MRS. J. L. DEVEREDGB and chlldrex Governor Meihrns" Apprnl. peoplo yesterday morning began to recover yow Over the Lakes, Headed foe Thomas J. Redmond celebrated his twenty-f- L1LLIK TKGUE. ESTHER ana LAURA MAT. MRS. DA1S and diughter. GRACE. irst birthday by roarrjlcg- Sarah E. ican express M. Stephens Mayor M. companies. nEprnuc special. ehlldren of Mrs. Lilly Teu. F. LEOXOE. wlf and chilJren. from tho state of daze into which they had ltyrce, aged 17. of East St. Louis Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. :i. Governor temporarily been driven, the criminal ele- the Atlantic. W. L. BF.RNKR. w1f and rhlld. W. T. SHERWOOD. The Missouri State Council of the Cath- has called a mass meeting to raise a relief Lon V. Stephens y Issued the following MRS. T. A. LORANCB. SCRWAR2HACK. child of Theodore. ment began looting the dead and the cold- olic Knights of America is In sesdon Jn St. fund. The meeting will assemble in the proclamation to the peoplo of Missouri: MIi-- 3 ETHEL PASKER. Mr. DavK whom a reporter met on Avenue blooded commercial clement began looting REPUBLIC srnciAL. Louis. City Hall In East St. Louis . To the Generous Citizens of Missouri: On OFFICER CHARLES tVOLTTE and wit. V'i and Thirty-flft- h street, where he was trylns the living. Washington. Sept. lL-C- hlef Forecaster GENERAL DOMESTIC. The members of the Relief Committee of lost Saturday night, September S, the great B. BROCKELMAN, threa children of J. T. tu find the body of his wife under the lebria. Tho criminals were stealing anything of the Weather Bureau Frankentleld, who the Merchants Exchange are. E. O. Stan-ar- d, fccaport of Texas, the city of Galveston, Brecklm-is- . aald that there were flfty-lw- o perrons In the they could with safety lay hands on anl has done all the forecasting in connection Roosevelt appealed to the voters of South wife and Wires Dakota to vote as they shot, and not as chairman, C II. Spencer. Jonathan was laid In ruins by the water and wind. A. S. JOHNSON iLce, lneludlnr the families of HATCH. RIS-B- the mercenary commercial pirates began a with the preent trot leal storm, Rice, Rlchatd Hospes, Bert 11. Lang, R. B. NORTH. ROGERS and otters, when tho harvest of extortion. The price of bacon made the following statement: their Senators bad talked. Such n disaster, entailing the loss of over chl'dren. O rUFLM!. went ef tt city c n IsaAad-JIK- S. bu'.Idlns collapsed. Democratic campaign leaders are much Dula. IL II. Whltelsw. John B. Slaughter, a thousand livs, and many millions of Wife and five chlldren'of OFFICER GIRD. was pushed up to SO cents a pound, bread CO The great storm has reached Southern P. ALMERS. cratlfled by the result of the Maine elec- D. C Young, I. H. Lionbergcr. C. M. Adams, dollars worth of property, ha9 probably not JIR:. Vf. L. RATU"SA luid three) chtldrrru Wife and three chlldien of OFFICER cents a loaf, and owners of small schooners Loner Michigan, with Increased Intensity, A tion, showing a Republican loss of about 10 II. F. Langenberg, M. Kotaay, Jacob before been recorded In our Republic during SIRS'. VONDENnADEN and two children. and other sailing craft formed a tnut and and le moving rapidly In a northeasterly per cent ana a gain for Democracy of about Furth. D. L Bushnell, C. Marquard Fors-te- r, charged $3 per pas3enger to convey persona per cent. B. B. Graham. Charles R. Blake, tho present century. The people of Galves- SIRS. A. BELL. a In Velaxco; across the bay from tho island to the main- direction. It is accompanied by high winds and rain. Dangerous gales occurred ton were proud of their beautiful and pros- OUT Dr.LL. T. W. FERR1X. wealthy ftock broker, Gal- to-d- The three fusion conventions of Colorado Robert Johnston, W. H. Woodward, Wildam perous i3land city. They had causo to be, MR. AND MRS RAYMOND and twt children. veston. over Lake Michigan, Chicago reporting a, met yesterday and transacted preliminary land. H. Lee. WUU.im M. Senter, D. D. Walker, for Galveston was one of America's most MRS. MARY QUINN and child. REVEREND THOM.VS REENEY, Galvejton. maximum velocity of sventy-tw- o miles an work. It la expected that fusion will he ef- Erich Picker, C. IL Sampson, Charles A. Mil?. A. WARNEKE and n chllcrea, SAMUEL BLY. Clarendon, Ark. IL"T A STOP TO fected y to-la- or nourishing cities, with magnificent public COMMCKCIAI. IlOllHEllY. hour from the wesL The high winds havo C. P. Walbrllge, II. W. Phelps, Brcck WILLIAM CONNETT. MR. 1'ARlvER. The Democratic State Convention of New Cox. buildings, hospitals, schoolhouses, churches, MRS WILLIAM CONNETT and tw ehliatm. NELLIE MILLS, hla granddaughter. "Mayor Jones and other men of conscience extended over Lake Huron and Western ork met at Saratoga yesterday and ap- Jones, Edward Devoy and L. Garvey. large and commodious business block, MRS. TRED BEIOLER. Lake Erie. Storm warnings were displayed pointed committees and adopted resolutions Subscription. Kt'iirte-d- . were shocked at these proceedings and the from New York dur.ng the day over th and then adjourned until y. At a mettles esterday afternoon of tho handsome private residence?, wide and streets all now destroyed or Injured ny well-grad- eijzA EDWARDS. a CHARLE3 CORNETT fcnd wife. Injured in Houston. Mayor decided that the only protection for lake region, and were extended to ht The transport Law ton has departed for tho people would be to declare the town ir un-d- arIous committees appointed by the Inter- by the elements. Thousands who escaped M33. HENRY VOGEL and tbrea children. j the Atlantic Coast from New York to Port- tho Alaskan Coast to bring back tho desti- state Merchants' Association, the chairmen the deluge vr'.ih their lives have been left JOE MEYER, badly Injured; wife drowned. martial law, confiscate all foe latuffs and land. Special warnings were Issued to all tute miners of the Klondike and Capa Nome reported to President Strauss that tho fol- I J. YOUNGMvm. wife nd child. THEODORE DOSSET and family of eight. other necessities for the common good, and regions. penniless and dependent at present upon AFGUST. RICHARD and JOHANNA J. W. JACKSON. Tho lake ports, giving advices of approaching thus stop the lootings and the hold-up- lowing amounts had been received; charity. No appeal has been officially mado HTX-KL- E. s. winds, dangerous to shipping, and advising A demented Kansas youth burled a hatch- Car.eioa Dry Goo-I- Company 1,0-3- MARKW1TCIL w,. of bread was reduced to 10 cents a ed In the brain of his aged grandmother. Company l,t) for aid of thoo unfortunate people, but the tessels to remain In port. i?UMPTET FAnnT. innf baron was placed at 13 cents per Siiuniun llardwa. L. E. CLARY. His family knew his mind was unbalanced, k U. O. Company ..... I.ww llArgtiaice-jiC'iilU'lc- Governor of Texas had wired to the gener- MARTIN HARRAH. TOXY READIXOw The first report from Galveston sine but did not consider his mania dangerous. Jt Wa.ker u. U. Compuy 1. es. Company ... .".. 1jm ous public that any and all financial assist- MARTIN HERMAN aaS two chllorm. P. V. XEVEXS. pound, and the price of a voyage across tho the afternoon of the 8th was received this j.iOi) ,, n fixed at n.SO per passenger. Kice-tt- ir A Two persons were burned alive and five I'erKUsonOicRirjcey others seriously Injured in a Chicago tene- liuuur Brue. Jloak Com;aoyUroineti i. tympany 3eo i. ance would be gratefully received by the af- C. IL FIX. HENRY DECU-- O. strict book account la kept of all and set--, j sales of morclnff. At S:10 p. m. of the 8th tho Err & ;,o flicted, and I therefore appeal to you, as MRS. HECK an son. COLYXS. barometer read 3.13 Inches and a wind! ment house fire. ircaut!o e,onitany Governor of Missouri, to donate liberally and WILLIAM EGGERETT and aon, CHARLIE. WILL LIXGREX. ?..ifr and other transactions miles an hour frora U The cotton market is quiet again, the bull lt&scntnal-aloa- n MMinrv Ccmp-iii- ...... 1" I0 Quickly to thee unfortunate sufferers as A. MUTTIE, .Illed In rejeue work. JOHX UXGRI;. tlements made at the scheduled rates. nn the velocity of nlnety-sl- x fever having been allayed by a rush of sell- .Voicanule Company In) ADOLPH WARMARVOSKT. mother and sifter the northeast was recorded at 6:13 p. ra livn J. trjU4S & Stanl&h . 2ki much as your means will Justify. J. A. 1IAYM.VX. G U Uuss. a passenger conductor when tho meter blew away. A. blihe ing orders. Gtlcr & fcftxon Millinery Company z missing up to Monday nlKht. Railroad, ilUUnery company We have been blessed with prosperity; our reported JOHN OROTHCAR and child. TOM BLAZE. International and Great Northern velocity was noted shortly after. Two children played with coal oil and Lmponum Mlillnery Company te. Lou.s 5 fields have yielded abundant grain to the MRS. NIC JUXOMIA. one of a party of refugees, says: matches at El Paso. Tex., and were burned ltaack & Co. i& CHARLES BUSCH, wife and three eMMren. ALEC KALYARAYA1L The storm will continue eastward during "I will not attempt to describe the zv hor-r- cr to death. llLmllton-Bro- Siioe Company n too harvesters. We have received, but "It la H. KAUFMAXN. wife and three children. NICK, an oyster mas. Wednesday, causing ram and southerly Adlal Stevenson lha JJronu hoe Company delivered o forceful Otorge h lnunann Mioe Ccmpacy ..... t.30 -- more to give than to receive." blei-se- MR. AND MRd. A. rOPULAR and four chil- TOXY 6CHOF1ELD. of It all, that Is Impossible. When I left gales over the . wer lake region and speech on trusts, expansion and the McKln-le- y Gowliellosr bhoe CDmp.ny it; Texas Is our sister State. We aro bound dren. Galveston men armed with Winchester jvo E. E. FCOTT. to New Ensland and northern por- administration at Streator, UL. yester- hno Company ......... fahoe Company ?) together by rerson.il, social and commercial MIS3 MAT OPPERMAN of Palestine, and JX M. BROWN. inr. wera standing over burial squads, and tions of the coast. Over the upper lai at the point of rifles compelling them to j s TeLnent-s'inbLn- day l'ettn Stl! Coaranv!ioe ;) I ties; our Interests ore mutual. After the MARGUERITE and GUSSIE. WILLIAM COMMATT. regions westerly Rales and rain will ba Th hurricane which caused disaster la Friedman Johnscu Urotners Company ......... uyj MRS. IL LUCAS enJ two children and white, ALI1ERT LOCKSTEDT. load the corpses on drays, to do naureu iu cwful St. Louis tornado, when there was followed by clearing weather and diminish- Texas reached Illinois In modified form, Retorts. Shoo Company Snoa company.. Vtisteeg & Hand 2W ppj great distraction of life and property, tho nuiae. barges, on which they ore towed into the ing winds. On the New England and mld-d- lo causing much damage to crops In the coun- try and Inflicting slight damage to a num- bt. I'esnojera Slice. Company Jj,uts bhoe Company i. pjo srand old Lone Star State was Uie first to WILLIS AXD CECELIA PAUIJJ. TETERS STOCKFELDT. wife and ilx chil- Missing at Galveston, gulf by tugs and tossed Into the sea. Atlantic Coast the winds will becom ber of buildings In the towns. Men&rcn Kulbr Company Snoe Company im send messages of sympathy and offers of dren, near Hlcksa oriter restaurant. "As I left I saw a barge freighted with high, south to southwest; on the outira Bcardstown was cut off from communi- Otorgs V. perry & Co iiy w financial aid for the GEORGE SCUOABRL. wife and dauchterv grief-stricke- n. dead on Its Journey to the Gulf. ccast they will be fresh south." cation by the storm yesterday. It Is rchwab Ctothlre Company llothfcl.lid U:os ! The Mayors of all our towns and cltla?; JOSEril J. KRAUSS, wife and dauihtfi. LARRATT and daughter. DOCTOR STACKTOLB- - and famUr. This manner of burial Is Imperative; the Tho track of the storm, which began, tn that the town was In the path of a Hat Comiany Gams-Shelto- n im zui tho exchanges, commercial clubs, churches J. MOTTER. H. WITHBY. living must be protected now." the Lesser Antilles on September L up ta tornado which passed In that direction. B.er. Sinter & Company . i and our citizens generally are earnestly re- J. OAUTTEUS. date. Id as follows: A Syracuse, N. Y., school teacher, who has I Ollmera & Ruhl jio A. R. EDWARDS and family. SUFFERERS JIC5T HE been trying for years to recover possession O J. I I. Harris Mercantile Coyirainy Co IU ; t.) w quested to respond to this appeal, and to hasten their contributions for the afflicted FRED KRAUS3. DUCOi two children. IL B. CULLOM and wife. L. MINOR. MRS. RHEA and MISS MAMIE REMOVED FROM THE CITT. Havana, September 3; Tampa, Septembe 6; then a curve to tha west with center IB of sliver mines in Mexico, valued at many A Daust Hit Company J MRS. MATT1E OLSEN and two children. General Manager Qulnlan of the Houston Jjorgher frce i. C.oodJiar Hat Company.. li) people of Texas. ef Miles County, Tennessee. the Gulf on September 7 and S, the stona millions of dollars. Is at last about to be ?? Bvln-- UcCor.kln Hat 150 MUXSON KELSO. JR.. ROT KELBO, baby MRS. R. J. BERGMAN and daughter. and Texas Central Railroad, who has made rewarded for her perseverance. llMJInc Bro.. & Co. inn These amounts should ho forwarded to tor of J. C center being at Galveston on tha night of Ccrtlcail Silk Company ... . im Honorable J. D. Sayers, Governor, Austin, R X. SMITH of Hot Springs. Ark., reneral his headquarters temporarily In Dallas the 8th; San Antonio the morning of tha ii Mcrrls Giater MRS. ROAXB and three children. penenger acest cf the Hot Springs and Malvern Jlcrrls Woo'f Co. Co. ;j is Tex., who wilt take pleasure In setoff that 1 & BIR1. wife of Folic Officer Jompo, Railroad. since the Galveston calamity, hns been ac- 9th. then curving to tho north throaeU RAILROADS. A. II Rice & Cn. Jj " they reach the proper parties. Respectfully, end FMITII RLT of Clarendon. Ari agent of tho Definite Information of the damage to M. Louis Gias and Juenswai Company. , children. WelLt Boat Ore Company. tive In the relief work. His own and o'ther Palestine Into Oklahoma Territory, with MRS. DORA ARMSTROXO and four ehll-tit- n. center near Oklahoma CU7 on morning of lCrennlnit Glass Company railroad bridges at Galveston Is beginning E. F. W Meier & Sons r; ; LON V. STEPHENS, railroad systems have been earning pro- to be received at local headquarters here. Governor of Missouri. the 10th; proceeding northwardly to Con- The Louisville Air Line will be hold next SAM TOVECA. policeman, wife and four chll-drfc-n. At Alvin. visions and tho necessary committees for cordia, Kos., where Its center was the nhjhj month and bid In by the Southern. TV. C MEB1IAM aafi wlf wra rcrtooslr ed relief work free. He said this evening: of thu 10th. Leaving Concordia, tha path The Advisory Committee or the Immi- grant Bureau of the Western Passenger WHOLE NATION IS JOINING MRS. SWANSOX. Wife of rOLlCE OFFICER MARTIK. WILLUM RICE cf Galvesta Newt. by flyin-- j UmborB. campbjrd'mine sold. "My policy would bo to take nobody into Galveston except such persons as are abso- of the storm began to curve northeast, gathering In Intensity upon its approach ta Association will meet in New York on lutely needed to minister to distresses. September 15. MRS. WIXDMAX. the lake region. Storm center this rr.crnln'. Tho Burlington will discuss further con- IN THE WORK OF RELIEF. MISS IREXR HESS. Thousands of persons of Galveston ought was at Des Moines, In., and re- solidation plans at the annual meeting on CHARLES L. SHERWOOD, wtfe and two T. F. Walsh Keceives $C,nOO,000 for to be brought out of there as fast as boats port locates It at Grand Haven. Mich. H children. November 7. THOMAS 8in:RWOOIv wife and three chil- His Colorado rropertv. can bring them to the mainland and estab- la expected to continue over tha northern The meeting of the Texas Railroad Club dren. lish them In charity or detention camps, en lake region and pass Into the Atlantic which was to have been held at Galveston MR 9. ANNA MARIE ANNUDSEN. mother SPECIAL BY CABLE. hlL-- h ground, where they can get pure air through tho St. Lawrpnce, although ther this month has been postponed. of Deputy Chief of Police Gua Annudaen. London, Wednesday, SepL IS, (Copyright, and water and receive attention that cannot Is v. chanco that it may be deflected an$ The telegrams nere presented nhow what Judge W. J. Bryant of the United States U bring District Court In Louisiana has appointed people done In other cities for the slrleken lowing dispatch "Much sympathy to received from therni Galveston disaster. LOUIS ANNUDbEN. WALTER FISHIER anl three children. 19iv, by the New York Herald Conipan). Mr. Thomas P. Walsh of Lcadvllle and be given them on the Island. "I hope Governor Sayers will find author- cross New York Stats. The center row ought to bo on Lake Huron. receivers for the Port Arthur property of of Texas. From New York to Cali- Plrase pay over to relief fur.d 100." Paris, tho TIpperary lioy who mado hU fornia the cry of distress from Galveston lilt. AXDERsOX and famdy, down tb'e ity to enforce some such policy. This relief the old Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf. Soliciting committees are at work among fortune In the gold mines of Colorado, has HELEN GOULD'S CONTRIBUTION The Mlsourl Railroad Commission dis- and the neighboring suffering towns has practically sold Ills greatest property at work Is going to be all winter work." the various ine'ustrles of the city, and ther WAITE of Anderson and family Camp Bird mine. Ouray County, Colorado, A rpoclal correspondent that left Dallas missed the casa against the Chlcaro and aroustd public sympathy nnd Impelled Is everj evidence that their labors will down tho lUand. Alton for changes In trains between Mexico prompt action In providing relief. with a generous response. meet MRS. IRtD KOEPLERand family to an Anglo-Americ- paid is St,&j0.l1. The price this morning for Galveston reached Texas Bought nnd Shipped 50,000 Ratiost and Jefferson City. New York, Sept. Van Wyck to- lL-M-ayor LEWIS, carrier Newa. This mining deal Is another Indication of Cltv. ten miles north of Galveston, this to Galveston in a Rush. - 1CAASAS RELIEF WORK. evening, and wired the following FOREIGN. day Issued an appeal to tho citizens of New REPUIiLIC COLoON, MILES. the turn of ttm financial tide to the New ht World, for In this syndicate aro two South from Houston: Rl PCTLIC A Paris paper says the French Cabinet la York for help for the sufferers of Galveston, Topeka. Kns., Sept. 11. Governor Stanley MRS. J. IL KIRBT and three children. Mr. African mine owners, Messrs. Werner, Belt SPECIAL. contemplating resignation In order to clear heading the appeal with a 1M subscription. was the first Governor to appeal to his peo- Kitty la an emp!oe of the Santa Fe read and & Co. and Air. J. G. Robinson, who pever "Ever since Incoming trains began to ar- New York. SpL IL Helen Gould has beeri the political situation. Ten doctors and twenty nurses from ple for aid for Galveston sufferers. He was not .n town. before) Invested a shilling In American rive after the dreadful coast storm of Sat- prompt to recognize the needs of tha victim British people are complaining because Bellevue Hospital have volunteered to go itj MRS. SMITH and two children, near county mines. Mr. Alfred Belt, the South African urday, Houston has been the Mecca to of tho Galveston disaster, and, with he" English steamers do not make as good lo Galve3ton and help care for the Injured this appeal this morning: Ho said: diamond king, is the moving spirit In the husbands, fathers, customary munificence, she made practical br.de. English end of the syndicate. which grief-strick- speed as other nations'. They cite the and 6lck. They left New York by special "I requert that the Mayors or the different Mr. John Ilaya Hammond la now on his brothers, relatives nnd friends have trav- response cities and towns of tho State at once take ilc. AXD MRS. J. J. KRAUS. y. Deutschland ns an example. train CJIAIILLS KAMI'S. way from London to Colorado to make his eled. The city Is crowded with strangers as Immediately on hearing the first reports Ajl such steps to procure from their communi- final report on the property. SPORTING. THAI. WILLIAM LUIOI.. wife ard child. It some great convention were at hand, but of the disaster. Miss Gould realized that ' Vl Inuendo and Old Fox ran a dead heat In the third race at Klnloch Park yesterday, Chicago, in.. Sept 11. A 'special freight ties donations of money, and that a collec-tle- n be taken In all of the churclies of th MRS. W. H. MITCHKLL and child. LDWARD WKLallilt and famll). littlTboydrops dead. In the entire throng there ore very few smiling countenances. AH look forward to food In large quantities would be required la train of fifteen cars, running on a passen- State Sunday, the ltth. Galveston at once. She sent to the Was and other winners were Donna Bell, Henry M. D1L3E and two acna. the possibilities of disaster which may con- Department for information about purchasy of Frantsamar, Peter Duryea, Amelia ger time schedule, nnd laden with food and GEOLGE PLlTZ. SR. Chas. Kraverskr, Aged Tea, Was 1 Strathmoro and St. Cuthbert. clothing for the Texas sufferers, will prob- MK. WALDlX. front them directly 33 soon aa the complete ing rations. The namci of contractors were) SHIPS' ROUGH EXPERIENCE. on the Way to the Grocer's. list of dead and Injured Is received from returned to her. whercuron Miss Gould Commando won the Junior Champion, six ably start from Chicago within forty-eig- ht GEORGE DOIUEN and wife. furlongs. In 1:13 hours. O. M. MALRS. wife and child. the Island city. placed orders for CO.OuO rations packed fo4 Charles Kravcrsky. 10 years old, whose "This morning' a train went to Texns The offer to furnish the train was made Gulf Storm So Fierce That Old Sail- MRS. V1LLE.NEUVE and child, of Ultchcwk. parents live In Granite City. III., dropped shipment South. Murine Intelligence. by the Chicago, Rock Island nnd Pacific WALKER JONtS. wife and two chlioreu. City, where those fortunato enough to gain It was a "rush" order, nnd was ffilect New Tork. Sept. IL Arrived: Kensing- ors Kan From It. MIL WEBBER, whole family mlssSiar. dead last night at the corner of Nagel ave- passage took a boat for Galveston. Sup- ton from Antwerp. Railroad to Mayor Harrison and the Mayor nue and Broadway In Carondclet wbllo on with a rush. The transaction was completed accepted It nnrtJBLic speclvl. K. T. CIIILDS (contractor). plies are being sent by this route and also with siirh speed that the rations were de- Movllle, Sept. IL Arrived: Furnessla Aside from necessi- y. MILLER and family (partner of CWldi). nn errand for his grandmother, Mrs. Mar- by eteamer direct from Houston. While from New York for Glasgow. ties contributed. It Is estimated J15,fX) has New York, Sept. IL Two vessels which GEOROE CLEVELAND and famdy. garet Kravcrsky of No. 7113 South Broad livered at the Pent sylvncla Railroad sta- Hamburg, Sept. UL Arrived: Deutschland been donated. The Rock Island road has came through tho storm that swept over the world at large at first turned attention tion in time to start on their Journey ta MAltEE, worked with Jamea Faacher. way. Heart failure) Is supposed to have from New York. also wired Governor Sayers to draw on tho the Gulf of Ilexlco on Saturday reached to Galveston, that Is not the only place of Galveston at 3 o'clock this evening. New York. Sert. U. Arrived: Anchorla company for U.0J0 for thu relief of the suf- port They were the Morgan Line y. MRS. T. 1'. FARMER, ROIJERT FAUCETT. been the cause. Mrs. Kraversky asked her grandson to so suffering. ' from Glasgow. ferers. steamship Eldorado and the tramp steam- MRS. JONES and two children. DISTRESS EXISTS XEW IIAlirMIIRE REPCHLICAS9. New York. Sept. IL Sailed: Bovlc. Liv- MAYOR COTKiniTES. ship Salamanca, owned byMcColdln Bros, of XEILL and family: down the Island. to tho corner grocery to get her some but- ALONG THE WHOLE COAST. erpool. ter. Ho left the house In excellent health The whole coast country for a distance State Cnnvrtitlon .Nominated Cbeatea Boulogne, Sept. IL Sailed: Bulgaria, from San Francisco, Cal., Sept. IL Mayor Phe-la- n this city. MRS XOLVN. and spirits, but tvhen he reached the corner II. .focilnn fur Governor. Captain Baker of tho Eldorado said that JOHN MONGAN. of about eighty miles Inland has sustained Hamburg, New York. announces that he will receive at the F. SOMMERS. wife and three, danthttrtr, and of Nagel nvenue. he tunk to the sidewalk Concord. N. H.. SepL IL The Republics ! Cherbourg, Sept. IL Sailed: Steamer City Hall contributions of money or goods he sailed from Xew Orleans early on the his ton. JOSEPH, wife and child. unconscious. Doctor Reber of No. 6719 South Irreparable loss. Crops are practically de- State Convention began here y. Princess Irene from Bremen for New York. morning of Wednesday last. There was a stroyed. Tho rural districts .are hard to for the Galveston sufferers and forward fresh IL KLEINCKB and wife. Broadway uai summoned and pronounced Chester B. Jordan of Lancaster was non Yokohama, Sept. 11 Sailed: Empress of northeast wind and a dark sky line K. DARLEY. life extinct. The body Is at the homo of hear from, but along the line of the Cen- Inatcd for Governor en the first balloL them to tho Houston Relief Committee. His with heavy clouds. Next morning the wind India from Hong-Kon- Vancouver. g. THOMAS rOX. the grandmother. tral road destruction Is seen on every Gibraltar. Sept. U. Arrived: Ems, New York, for Naples nnd Genoa. Sailed, the personal contribution Is All of the theatrical managers In the city tl. Increased to a gale and in the afternoon to a hurricane. JOSEPH TARPET. hand. loth: Kaiser WUhelra II from Genoa and Naples for New York. have announced their intention of (jiving The sea had meantime been whipped up the gross procseds of one performance each and the waves were sweeping the decks. "It JOSEPH CARIGAN. MR. ANDREW and three children. MRS. ELLIS and family. MORRIS SHEPARD IS SAFE. 'The f.torm seemingly did not rage In all Its fury north of Hempstead, for Courtney The Purest Liverpool, Boston. Sept. IL Sailed: Sylvania, Queenstown, Sept. IL Arrived: Oceanic, to the relief fund. KAVS.VS CITY RELIEF WillK. was evident," said Captain Baker, "from the reading of the glass that I was running MRS. SIPP and daunhter. MR. STETTGEL and all hla family. FETER HOMRURG. Congressman's Son Wires That He Heached Houston. lias nnd Xavasota did not sustain much clam-ag- e. "Hempstead severely suffered. Scarcely Artlcle3 known to medical science ar and Best New York, for Liverpool and proceeded. Into the storm and therefore 1 headed the JOHN EXGLISH. wife and child. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Kansas City. Mo., Sept. IL Governor essel up Into the wind and seas and lay to, Tcxarkana, Tex., Sept. IL Congressman a house escaped damage. There the wind used irr preparing Hood's Sarsaparills- - -- j Bremen. Sept. IL Arrived: Kaiser Wil-hcl- m JUDGE- WEDGES. Justice of the Peace, and attained a velocity of seventy miles per Every ingredient Is carefully selected, per der Grosse. New York, via Cher- Sayers of Texas was authorized by tele- just keeping up stctrage way. We lay that wife. John L. Shepard. who started from here bourg and Southampton. graph this morning to draw on the Kansas way until " o'clock that evening. Mean- CHARLES JUNEMANN. wife and daughter. to-d- for Galveston In search of hla eon hour. Several negroes aro reported dead tonally examined, and only the best retito Rotterdam, Sept. IL Arrived: Rotterdam. City Star for j:,2n for the relief of the time the ocean climbed higher and higher MR3. JOHN HARRIS and three children. Morris, was anticipated at Dallas with the In the country near by. ed. It is prepared by a combination, pro- & New York via Bologne. " Btorm sufferers at Galveston and other upon us, the wind getting worse the while. MRS. BELLE FAUCETT. news that the young man had reached Houston safely. Young Shepard. who Is The towns of Turka, Fairbanks. Thomp- portion and process peculiar to Itself aBl Klnsale, Sept. 11. Passed: Caledonian, points on the Texas coast. More than tLVOO It rained In sheets and the rain was eo MRS. ED MUXSEX. son, Cypress, Hockley. Waller and Prairie known to no other medicine, and by which New York for Liverpool. supreme banker for the Woodmen of the was subscribed by stockmen. The local thick I could not see from. the pilothouse MR and MRS. J.- - E. BODDEN. World, had been In Galveston lor ten days View, between Hempstead and Houston, the lull medicinal power Of all Ingredient! Stops the Con(th grain men have already subscribed $609. to the funnel. I decided to run from It and TRESS MOODY. on a lecture tour for ihe order and was fared as badly as did the county scat of used is retained. It cures when a curs MRS. BALLIEMAN. caught there by the storm. Waller County. If not worse. and Worka Off the Cold. Proctor & Sons, grain dealers of Liverpool. we turned tall and in two hours wero most rAUL DELAYA and two dauzhtera Congressman Saepard had not left homo possible. Get only Hood's, because Laxative Tablets cure a cold England, gave TWO to tho relief fuod six hours, when a telegram reached here "Cotton fields are scenes "of sorrow. The Hood's Sarsaparilfi Bromo-Qulni- la one day, out of It." y AMEDIO MATL iS'o Cure, jf0 Pay. Price 25 cts. through their agents In this city. The fol Captain Baker reported a barkeEtla from hla eon at Houston, telling of his farmers of this section, who wero lust be. MRS, FRANK WILLIAMS. , safety. J glantng to recover fromIast year's flood Is tho Best Medicine Money CaaBas 0 jjU - IfcUfcfc.
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