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TRIAL M at HcniKN IVf.-n Mirtiuurtial. OM PACKED. nj IncU of Sare I Taken op Be fore (tmrt Brpan- Ore jfti Ie rlarr III Inuorpiire of the Charge. Iunn, A112. ?. Tim Prerfu trial tsuu m. i (iiuNi nun iii(rililJT. in t ' .1 V ill. fr-l iiaUM. Every inch of apace wan fillet ire tha procwlinr uis-ned M. La j ami Demands and Major Carrire. V aMtistanta, firt tisik aeata anil th. .ia followed. Later Colonel Jou ,7 llowrj ly gth nitnilxr of th. alkol on tha ta;rs and t table and a dm-p alienee fell f andltmoe. Immediately aftii f luanat ku seated he gave tlx irtiig the prisoner. AH ey A ned to the rl'lit of the ttngf J iulch diwr wa Dreyfus await Vno nummon. AhiKwt everybody. the most r tni i)'iit ofllcci, tooo i their fi-t, and soinn mounter the benches to obtain l t flew. Tliero wcro suMued crie down" amid whii'h the doir op and Captain Dreyfus, prccccilei. . 1 fallowed liy g'iiilyu4i, 'ini'rK'(. the courtroom. ' ili fciturc wen fea'lily piilu.M.f hiit set teetii T(tr IJirfnota defiant IsarinX lit 1 rtnlckly, almost with Insti and ascended tho three, step lend to the platform In front of . tin ronK'ht hia ritclit hand sharply to th peak of bla military nip, KivinK tin military salute, nhuwritiK that the yean of hia incarceration lit Devil's island, and the tcrribla unmiinh of tdy and mind, hod not impaired hi sulderly in itinct and bearing- I'ha prisoner tUii ran .4 took the seal 1tid"r ei :7am, .v. N. vgation ) - u - To XT'and lVI I i ae support f Id the internal ivith the Ilevl RUNNING THE BLACKS OUT OF PARAGOULD. A Ylgilaare oniuiittee IlpMtrt le Fx Irrme Measure and Take Xe tuf la the Wood. Little Kok. Aiiir. 7. Report reached here of a st'rioti race riot at I'arawmld, in (ireene county The trouble which ha been brewing for aeveral day la reported to have la-en broken oat Sun day niifht with seri.m result. On Thursday nijht a "rinilnnce com' mittee.-coinpowd of !Wor 40 white men, tinted every iiern residence In Tara jroiild and warned the occupant that they must leave the place or uf!er the consequence. The notice created ronaternation ainotit; the nexroe. On Friday it U aaid the mayor waa ttenieeed by colored people who dinired to refnain at their borne and implored protection, but they got little comfort from bint. Th ere were aoinutbinit like ,VK) netrro reoiileiit of I'araicould ou Thursday nlnlit, but the timid one atood not on the order of (toin, and many Med Fri day in great terror, eume leaving their mall personal property Miind. Other left Saturday and Saturday evening. Saturday afternoon a uuiHineftiiiK of the more conservative white citizen wn held, at which ppcechc were mudv by li'adill citiierii. A a renilt u ree lution win adopted declaring that the Jiegroe nhoilld receive the protection of the law, and denouncing tlix vilig;iiVe Committe. Hut it aeem that th',Mi lance committee iliil not coiicutu the resolution, and the report r'JU- that the ncgroc ure l-ing run of town and pi'rioin trouble Nlfcared. It i known that a nnm'-tef blacit were taken to the wo.hU i Kcvi rly Hogged and warned never m Mine back ou pen alty of eevere pum Jfiineiit. MURDER '110ST AWFUL. A Man kluhM t W ).lh Voun lilrl al liln(tun WanhingtonyAug. 7. A horrible mur der was o yuiltte.t in tiie norttiern tec tum of t)u city. The murderer wa llenj. H. Sr t5l, a pecial pension examiner in thpetiHion oflice, a man aUut 4'i yearn art age. Ho ha wife and two children. al is victim wa Liza Wfiiwenlx-rger, a barl 111 years of age, who had U-en em- ployed at hi household until a few uionin ago, wnen aun wa laaen unnir by her parent who Wame mispicioin of Siiell' conduct toward her. Snell aeemed to lie Infatuated with rj the child and paid her a great deal ol attention, which, however, nho resent - Karlv Sundav morning Snell went hi victim' houe ami entering the I where the girl was sleeping, l'iit r', her and drew her from the UmL tHtiug one liaml in tho girl's hnir and 'tig back her head, Snell dri'W a t swept it across her throat. tjaidicdher throat and once he iiiff it i-r,i.f i i .. at Moult l'" " rs" ,'hlr T)i,i lieu, I u-'i i.lnwwt tint lsilv and lioth the victim were drenched ponrted by the chlld'n "K ran to the rescue d on the arm. ,,.., ...i II., .... l,,,-n,r,. I1U - iliiniuioii of hi of- n cc iols rs nothing of sun i .I . I.oul. irl. Miss Alice Layat, e.io.i.i.. .i.wht ... .ear to continue jli, ha Just di i.arrying off first 1 M superior violin ze iu ensemble '"C avixl a solo the T of Viottl, and fr violin and sfa 9 m r.,nitaiiir was lerfhitignollea and ii fonry were aome r iau of France, erl labia. ' , -Newa ha lieen "l,WoU oarl of Lisi- I - dtter went to ytand placed tinder aril, from liar ' ''fPiiroceeded aome 'atoliped anil en- ''"" Howard outside. noineninic and atepped srard drew a 45-Jlt' Urn througn tue neau, dentil, llowaru mane Missing. . . ... m m t).... tlloHglJlon, Jlli ll , Aug. i. 1 ue ivht, I ii 1L t'ainphil,'pastr of 'ja Finnish liieraii chnrcU, ii iniasiKg. Ha col- t-st aisiut f vns)tow;.d the erecuou a 1 1 V, V 1' 1 II 1 , J? fu remov lnew church a few jlayaagoauuui- t. roa area, leaving a will ana an wl 1 n tieimiliw. lb J wrote a penitent r inun liumtii, a.Iitilttmg ni uu lines ami tnvolrnl tha care 01 -H mi (ill lUUtllT. VUi WH--a"- fau.iy, bu cwh. A Kara Old Miikl. ahachle. Tet., Aug. 7. Chap. it th owner uf a musket which .... 1 . I . ., l. .. fTrt . u wuava used lit. Killing uu- I'm.P TV. . , .... n V -1 )ir nun nai ptii last few uay " al of Al tetition. The the highest man In itiriightbave been ;,-f CriKkett i ne aiu I V... Mil. II V"' V X2 BATI POWERFUL TLESHIPS. i FUu. fur Tare Srw mn Oulcl A., In In Vu.y,. Washington. Au. . The heaviest battery yet place! ou tny naval ves-l ' in th world will b carried by th Georgia, New Jersey ami Pennsylvania, the new battleship anthijrired by th last congress if the auggi-ion of Hear Admiral U'Neil. chief of the bureau of ordnance are ad.pt-d. These hip ar to have an approximate displacement ol 13..VK) ton each aud speed and coal ca pacity entitling them to be classed a armored cruiser, liy the lightening of the armor belt. muile possible by the jnvatly increased resisting power of the latest armor, Hear Admiral O'Neal i enabled to plan much heavier batterie. Ho ha pre pared five sets-rate plan for the new his. Each i for the same number of KUii of each calihere in the secondary batterie, and the same general arrange ment, but modi lied by difference in the main batteries. In the aecondary bat tery each vessel I to carry 10 3 pouud ers, four automatic 1 pounder six in le allot 1 -pounder, ten machine gnu and two field gun. In the main batterie one plan con template four li inch gun, four H Inch gnus and twi lve inch guns. The li inch gun are to lie mounted in bar bette turrcnt. fore and aft of the su pcritructuie, two H-lnch guns in a bur-U-tte turrent on each beam, the inch Kiiti III broadsid' so us to give t lie largest jNiesibh. arc of lire. This ar raiigemeiit wotld give each hip a broadside batt.rf-y on each side of font Vi inch, two s-liich and six rt inch guns, in addition to tho large niiuilsr of sec ondary bittry guns that could W brought to U-ar on each side. The gun of the main battery that could I brought to U-ur directly fore and aft. would N two l ' inch. four H-iuch and two n inch, in addition to numerom coiidary buttery guns. SWITCHING BY GRAVITY. A lilrsgo lUllroail llss a l-l. Thai Many l.lrs. Chicago, Aug. 7. Gravity is doing the work of men aud steam engine for the Chicago, Like Shore and Eastern Railroad company in its yard on tha the margin of the lake at the Indiana iU'te line. This saving of men and teaiu Vj tho extent of hundred of dollan daily la made by the employment of nothing more complicated than a hump in the railroad grade and a gradual in cline leading away from it This device ia culled a "gravity switch." It i re garded a nn epx'iimiiker in switching curs. The switch not only enables the com pany to make one engine do the work ol four, but it ulo save the time that if employed ill other yards in shoving car on a seal.) and hauling them o!T when ever they have to li weighed. Tin simple linikiiighiiinpon the track cause tho cars to go on the scales, Im Weighed. then roll oil t the switch where they are desired by the railroad men. The awitching nn 1 weighing are performed while tiie can are running from the toj of the hump to the level of the track. haul ! Kiteuslon Westwanl, Fort Worth, Tex , Aug. 7.-A project t build an extention of the Santa Fe from Texas westward through Central New Mexico, has lieen a favonto one with the Santa F n-opl for many years. The advantage of the route is found iu he fact that It will give easier grades and a shorter route to th r.icillc cast than at present exists. The Santa Fe, If the scheme is curried through, will ! able to handle business originating on the Uulf of Mexi.-o, with di stillation point on the l'acitic coast Should the Santa Fe run it transcontinental trains by way of Amarillo, Tex., it Is obvious that many New Mexico points, Includ ing Lim Vegas, will no longer lie on the main line of the road. The extension to Yaleta Junction would probably run close to old Fort Sumner or Puerto do Luna, in (tiiadalupe county. Tsiss liraalla leitmtry. Fairlatid.Tex . Aug.7. -The first train load ot aisiut lliKI car of crushed gran ite for New ( irlean went out from Uranite Mountain Saturday. The ship ment are ling made in heavy capacity coal car of various road and will no doubt attract attention to the granite Industry In a new foim. This contract for 10, (M) cubic yard wa made with the Texa ninl New York Oranito com pany, who own the ijuarry with New Orleans, through the Austin and North western and Houston and Texas Cen tral people, and I iint an item for the dull M-itHon. O'arhsullnf Trantporla. Han Fraiu isco, Aug. 7. The transport Hancock i undergoing extensivo re pair. She Is Is-ing entirely overhauled and will Is' titled upsimilar bithe (Irani and Sherinan. The repair will cost about f-m.ttiMi. Tb h(s.pital hip Keliel will nlso Im repaired at nil expense ol 10. 0ml. When completed these vessels wiir ls the linest of the transport Moot l'j Kefusea lufurmallon. NisVles, Aug. 7. Admiral I)ewey, who arrived here Saturday from Trieste on Ward tho United State crniaer Olyinjpia, jsmtively refuse to discus operation in the Philippine or there- latlonV 'f the dermi- navy. The OlyuiM w' ' 'L Vrn on 8atur Uay or .""'e"'.' - -j. - 1 A'l will go tli w CITY DIRECORY. HIT ofl'li an. Mayor, C. A. Aduuis. Marshall, T. I. IJoyett. Tepoty Manhal, H. II. pmith. Scretary and Treasurer, Henry O. Hhodes. City Sexton. H. i Jone. Conatable, C. I.. Maker. Aldermen : H. fi. Talwr, W. H. How. ell, W. V. Harria, Jno. M. Ijiarence, Walter Wippreclit. School Hoard: C. A. Adania, ex-oll'n io i president board j J. Allen Myera, aecre. tary; Dr. J. W. Howell, M. 11. James, M.l'arker, 1. J. 1 Fountain, H. C. Hohineon. OU STY oKII U, Judge, A. ti. Hoard. Clerk. G. W. M. Michael. Attorney, Clia. S. Ualner. Tax Collector, J. J. Adam. Tax Atseaaor, U. M.Nall. Sheriff, T. C. Nunn. Treasurer, A. W. Huchanao. HiatrictClerk.J. W. Hatti. CommiiBionere: K. J. Deena, Ie Edge, Felix I'hlilipe, 1". H. Amngton. ( Ill HOIK. Uaptiit H. I). Wilaon, pastor; Ser. vicea every Sunday 11 a. in. and 7:15 p. m.; Sunday achool II . a. m.; prayer-meeting Thursday night. Methodiat-J. U. Ctxhrin, pastor; S.rviies 11 a. m. mid 7 p. m. Sunday; Suuilay nhool U.W a. m j Epworth league Sunday 4 p. in. ; prayer-meel-ing Tuewlay night. St. A ndivw'i Episcopal I!ev. Herbert E. llowera, l I.. I)., rector. Holy communion first Sunday in the month. Service First and third Sunday in each month, nooning and evening and also morning of fourth Sunday. Other Sundays und i m h fifth Snnday the rec lor oiliciatea at Navasola. rreabystcrian J. I). Wet, paator; Service morning ami evening lt,:ird and 4th Sunday in each month; Sunday achool U-.i't a. m.; ' prayer-meeting Wednesday night. Christian, J. I.. Andrew, pastor Service 11 a., to. and 7:15 p. in. Sun day; Sunday achool :45 a. in., Chri. tinn Endeavor 3 p. in. Sunday; prayer me. itng Wedmaday night. Free Communion HaptM A. M. tenart. pastor; Service everv Sun. liny night in each month; Sunday school 10 a. m. St. Joseph'a Catholic Church Father I'elnar, pa-tor; Mas at S ami 10 a. in. Sunday. San Antonio Italian Catholic church Father linidire, pastor. Mas at H and 10 a, m. Sundsy. lOUOX Mkk'IINOs. I'.razo Camp, No. 101. W. of W. Meet second and fourth Friday night in each month. W, K. Johnston, C. C; Joe II. Heed, clerk. I'.ryan Tent No. HI, K. (. T. M. Meeting night first and third Momlav each month. J. II. Mawhinnev.C Joe b. Heed, H. K. I'.ryan bulge, No. 'H-O, Home Forum -Meeting night arcond and fourth Wednedav each month. W. T. James, pre't; Joe il. Heed, financier. Bryan bulge No. 40', National Aid Meeting night lust ami third Wednea day in each month. W. W. (iritlin, pn a't; H. W. Doanard, aec. I van hoe Commandery No. K, Knight Templar Meet Und Tuesday in each month. A. M. Hhodes, E. C.;II.(i. Hhodea, Secretary, W.T.Austin Chapter No. 87, R. A. M. Meeta third Monday in each month. N. It. Cole, H. P., Joe H. Heed. Kf'y. Ilraio bxlgo No. 1:0, A. F. A A. M Meet fourth Monday in each month lr. Paul M. Hayior.JW. M.j D. C. I"e Maret. Sec'y. liraxo Ixwlge No. (14, K. of P. Meet first and third Tueaday in each month K. J. Jenkin, C. C. ; I). C. DeMaret, K.of li. A S. Vulcan Lodge No. 37, A. O. U. V. Meet aecond and fourth Thurtday In each month. A. W. Holluiao, M. W. W. J. Walker, recorder. Hryan Udge So. 10.71', K. of H.-Meet first ami third Thursday in each month. J. A, Myera, dictator; A. J. Plainer, reporter. Hryan Cotton Seed Oil Mill J. . Cole, pretident; Jamni O. Chance, vico. president and treasurer; A. I. McCon. nico, aecretary. Bryan Compiea Hr. J. W. Howell, president; Vf. E. Saundera, vice prei dent; II. C. Hoblnton, secretary; U.S. Webb, treaurer; Walter Wipprecht; manager. . . . THY TIIE NEW QlTY BAKERY. lid mr 0 dur own SAUSAI'AKIM.A ia uiurpai-ni for a fjirinj; tonic. If you nccJ a puml liver try JAMKS' A S Ti ll 11.101' S PI M.S. AMES' n Itcst on .art!.. HEAT POWDER, MOSQUITO LOTION. FLY PAPER, 'BED BUG EXTERMINATOR. BATH BRUSHES. SPONGES. TOILET SOAPS, PERFUMERY, ALLEN'S FOOT f'T mil New Line Hammocks Very Cheap. If -f-o r v "Nltsjif St n r'si I Mi, ' Wfi'M1 Mpl' Summer Brjngs Pain a well as ilciiHurc. Tiie (missis. eion uf u ntiN-k of ITIM-: DIU'CS with a knuwloilgn nf luiw in inni' Jioi.tlil them fiiahleii lia Id produce u n iniMy lor the prevalent com plaints. Our Hall's Baby Cordial Kor Children Hall's Cholera Mixture er A ii u : l. Im in MiiK-rior in ca-m of tl,is character. It work a euro ami help nature to rinwigthen a til build u j the Mb in. Trice '.'.".c per bottle We carry a full line of Proprietary Medicine of et.i!i. li-hed reputation. It 1 1 1: A T K D lAi.cr.M ri)vi)i:i;s n.r I'ri.kiy "liiu: URIC STORE, DRYflN. TEXAS. SATISFACTORY LAUNDRY... When you want atifa( tory Laun dry end tin u poMal or 'phone uh and we'll Ktt t, huiidlei.nd nturn itwiien we promiini it to you. If it in not mitisfuclorv don l" pav foi it. ' American Laundry, Two !nra M,.ilh of Kl,,,,,,. Teleplione 141. 'r re. i l.r I itara our leant Hall Oliver, rirmciAxs am, suiiui:ons 0KKe AT 1IAI.L-H I),U0 Ht()RK t Phoni Ho. 66. Rttidanct PhontHo. 67 r. Oll.er, lMione Mk Jamcs& McDougakl: Best Passenger Service IN TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 "Ho troutU tg tiw?r OMticDl." 2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2 ...TO... St. Louis, Chicago ....and the East. Only U. Ussnlaf Tkraagh ccKM.eiiruf nmrmr hHImuI aJ UeiwS. Mwpra I. ntll UnLLAHs) 1 Superb Pullman Vcitibulcd Buffet SlffM Hndjom New Chair Cart (iati free. r - IMKI CT LINK TO NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA. Operator al M.fnllktnt Hew Train, Pacific Coast Limitcd,H Sssl-wtkl)', twlona CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS, DALLAS, 'OUT WORTH. LOS ANOCLCS AND SAN FRANCISCO. h. r. m ums. Tr tm,m mn, rr. n, m. t. H. TIKlKMt, t. P. Tt EMa, Wrm Iu4 (.1 1 Itufir, I tut t u4 tiuil ift. DALLAS, TIX HiT.C. It I? DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN. Klinrl ail. I Onii lc l.ina I Nrtli ainl Smtli Tti. T II R 0 U u II S IIKTWHK! ; HOUSTON AS DENVER Via Knult aud t. W orth i Mnirrrn., ............. I1 Via lloiitlim and lialla nd lialla -51. mi c raiurcrnu p Via lloiuum, Euni.aud U a aou i mi . S HOUSTON AB AUSTIN Th. II A T. C. rraehva (laWrilfia, llomlon, Hnnliam, Auillu, Waisi, I'orslivna. Wall. ha'hle, Tl Worth, !allaa, Mann, MeKhm.r Hhrrman, and Iieuiil.on, and a'.ro. fim rlua Hrlit. 0. W. Bwa, m. I., Hohhini, Tr.lllo Manager. (I.P AT. Agt. W. S. Wilson, Ant. Iloniton llryan Texas, J0ILV WITTMAXN LarL'i) Stock of V inn 1 ,w,)iii 'and' Other Fnhrii-H nlwaya on m I Hand. STYLE and FIT CP1R0T l'p (taira ovr I'i 'allWAYV A Merchant Talior. Trala. r 7. -Joe Edgar.