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TT VOL. 6;INO. 261. BRYAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY AlORNINQ, CTOBER 5. 1901 PRICE 5 CENTS NO ADVANCE IN PRICE We are still selling our BATAVIA brand of Canned Goods at same prices; shipped in carload lots and are guaranteed to be supcriorto any l as - if M I i wit 1 ! I ' 1 0 W ft 1 I 1 : WITNESSES RECALLED, T11E STATE IS LOSER. Usual Corrections Slide in Testi mony in Sthlejr Inquiry. i lia tavlu Afjnrn;'ii Tip per can Ai'itrKti rati Corn 2 rnim for Htriiiglee Henna per can Early jTino Pens Scans for French Pen per can Orated mi. I Sliced I'lin aj ple pi r can . .. Kolly Polly C'ln rrl for j; per can ... fcllced Lemon Cling lache per ran" ... Ptar, Cherries, ami Kg if, Plmua per ran Strawberries and Baspberrle ii r can... Plutii Pudding, etc 20c 20c ftOC Hoc U5c ! SEVERAL TESTIFIED. Undx-fcitied Mineral Lands Open to Actual Settlerj. GRAND OPERA HOUSE DIG CLAIM LOCATED. HOWELL BROTHERS, QKOCrRS AND Cf FFEU ROASTERS. JUST RECEIVED A new line of Window Shade s prices run from toe each up. : : : : Call and see them. TYLER HASWELL 0 g FOR RENT -0 Three large front rooms, two jj large Halls suitable for Lodge ;g$ purposes or light manufacturing jj Particulars anil terms apply to B B DUNN & DALY. a a a a a a & a IlflNffiM DT A SKNI 1 AT km ; Doesn't nuke a butcher shop Anybody can do that I ! ! ! It takes a man wbo know, rod narket nn sae. them, and snotber on. ho know, bo to .Lushlcr right and ona who know, how to rut meat. Good cattle mux nilnrd for market either In .laughterlng or cut ting on th. block. Then tb mcl .hould ,tj In oold tort ! drt. When too bur ;from o, rou f rt tba bn of U our to 'n, ind n Prlenc. FRANKLIN BROTHERS !(atbtnv SfB,(lonl U'a llnnM, tut JJurh IntrrM Mnifpc(l-I.'Uly b) IU II, 1 More Uil ' Vet Introd iec. k WatliiosMn. O t. 4. Tin ft:ht"7 pwrl hi'i'tJry t. n .ff.'.Ml.tu tntijr with rwill iif vri:uc' vs wtro 00 tl mnnl Tinr-.I it nu l uftrr thy had orrufte-l 1 1: ' r ir.vi'.m t'n'im ny U1 tlirtiU Ui'll It i ll'i'lll.ll U U.!"tl''l L7 cm aui nvw wUui.-w tlltpl-IUCfc'l. , TUo liit f aviililil'i wifn'.-i ou bwi in-!a l Cir.-.iin I! tynKHnl ' H. It'xl'T. how m'rativw cRkiT ol the I )Wdu'iiiiCth') Snutlnifo cainiaj,'tt; L'ut n-iw ljo'jtitnu'it, M. L. Ilrlol. who wa wut' h aii-1 iliv4Hiin iifIioT oa th Ti ia, ami ofTI-v r ou detk of iftiat vi-m1 wh'in the SpsoiHh ihlp ramuoat of Kaatitttfo harbor; Uouteuant Com man l-r Alllwu C H'Kljn, who a tiarigatur ou thi Hnioklya aud $m Watiinouy it looked forward to ttb much iotoreit LcaaM of hi corr pmdinc with Admiral Schley, $ud Liuateuaut O. W. Dyauu of tha tartaa of iImid naritratloa. Captain Lomly Clll baa qait a long lUt of wituMMta bufor him, afl l U U aid ba will probably not ba abla tooon. elode a jire.outttion of tha nun for the departuant before th middla of nest week. Lieutenant Dyeon, wbo wu on the witneae ,taud Thunday, waa recalled and tentinud M to bow long tba oca) o th Byiug .,u'"rm off 8an- tUK would bate latl nnaer a iorei draft. 1 Commander IUymond P. Roifari, who waa executive otlXror of the bettia htp I.iwa duriii Sjnili wr. waa the nut witnvio. Ilia tettitnony did not vary inaturially front that of forimr wttuemMa and waa nt of ,jucUI irojvir t a uce. Waahinifton, Oct. 4. AfttT Lipot. Doyle, formerly of Commodore Pcbloy'a flaituhip, the llrooklyu. had completed Lu ttimony bufire the Seuloy court of inquiry yoatcrdoy, Captain Wllliutn C. Dawwm of the marine corpa waa ca!ld. and waa followed by Lieuteuant t'haa. W. Dyeon of the bunaa of attain en gineorinir of the navy department. Captain Dawson waa aiirnat offltxr on board the battrabip Indiana daring the naval ecKC'ment off Santiago aud he gave an account frtm ruoullectinn of the bobavinr of the variona hii-a of the varioua abipa of the American floet dor the Uittbt. II aaid the Brooklyn bail gone about 30U0 yard, to the aouthward before joining lu the pnranit of Ccrva ra'a ahipa. vhlvy'a Kallrvmaal. Waahington, Oct. 4. Neit Welnea. day lU-ar Admiral Schley will retire from the active llat of the navy by the age limit, and from the preaeut proe trote thla will take place while the court of inquiry ia atill in ecaaion. Ilia re tirement will promote two captain, to be roar admirale. STATE TICKET NAMED. jMlakt OnUrT Naatlaal4 far ! f HuHtkiHllt bj U.mortU, Boaton, Oct. 4. The Demucratlo atate oonventirn hfld here nominated the fol lowing atate ticket: Governor Joetah Quincy of Roaton. Lieutenant goveror John W.Congii lin. rHcretnry of atato WK-i. II. Stone. Trcauurer Joaeph I Challfoui Auditor Jamea F. Dean. Attorney general A. K. Putnam. For the flrnt time in all year the De- mH racy of tho atate waa united, aud with one e ception noiitwtatml tho cn tire ticket by acclamation. Tho excep tion waa for the head of the ticket, the mntcHtauta being lion. Jotiah Quincy former mayor of IVwton, aud Camaliel Bradford of Wclle.ley. Tho content waa oue aided, however, and while it provoked conaldorablc warmth of temper from the IValford a.llirenta. the vaat majority of the del rgatea did not treat the mat tare werioua- ly and when the ballot were untel, ' ....... a ex-Mayor Qniucy rcculvoa uu ami iir I'.ra.lford 174. Tho nlatforra lament the aait!ina- tion of Irei.lent McKinley, wlnn dia tins?uiihel pnblio and private virtue aud tho eminent pL-ro wiitcn lie na won amv g Auioru-au atateamun are rcX'Kniil. Un.raur C'raae Kaaamlaatad. Btoti, O-t. 4 The Maichaautta rtepnblioan atate convention held hire (,!.. nomiuated a full atutO ticket and al presented a platform of princi ple,. Governor W. Mnrrav Crane waa reiiiuuiuttt'.'il by a.ri.inf votj. Tartfet Hill File ea La ad la ISrewatei toualy oa Hbich Are DepeklU of Cinnabar laterett l'aj. lurala en Laaua. Mill AY, n u 1 ii Anctin, Oct. 4. Acting undr an cpiui'-ti which Attorney tier.eral K. C. Fell I t, prejiarcd. and which ho will anliiuit to i-ut.j Iiud Cnniitiiioii I in, to tho C.- t rlmt huda whirl) !,. U rl'f lli't ty till gixdog- i 1 irv , y , triiu-ral Ian l. r anl j. t location ,j ac:ul a 'tth-r a ag r.. ul'ur il hn ! and u t ul.j s;t to rule an riiiier.il l.tid, i ari'' represented by Jul.j W. VnuSickU of Alpine have jtt.t ln-ated on a Inrg lot of hind in LrtWitti r county. Thi ia in tho cinna bar belt aud ia bclirel to Lo worth many huudri da of tLom-audaof dollar, and pcrhapa millioua, khoul 1 'hia cinna lur depuaita crino op to tho aurfaoe in dicatiuua. A Urge number of aimilar applioa tioua for theen landa will soon be mada aa soon a, the opinion of the attorney general on the au'iject beooinea public The school fund ia much the lose by this opinion, aa it preolcdee the aale oi the land at anything near it aloe. Ul.n.1 rajrateata aa Uti Auatin, Oct l-Tlua la the last month tn which interest can be paid on purchaee of school landa, and already the treaaury receipta are iaereaaing from thia souroe. Interest receipta now average I-VXjO per day, and by Oet 18 they will easily go to 110.000 daily and continue that heavy until Nov. 19. It ia eatimated that the annual Inter est receipta amount to oOO.OoO, which la collectable Not. 1. The receipts from land lease also approximate 0,000, bnt they are paid throughout the year. The lee m ney 1 paid every twelve mouth, but ou the date of the execu tion of the luase, and lcafa are made nearly every day. It i diffurent with j intrt payment, they being made on ( Nov. 1, regnMlosi ol tne date oi in sale of tho land. a..na CaallBftal Ksaaasaa. Austin, Oct. 4. The contingent et penre accounts of the second called aes iun of the lcgislatare have been ren dered to the comptroller. The account of the seuate with oue Auatin firm, cov ering a period of IS days of the session, shows thatf7.no waa expended for ahoe polish, XA oenU for ahoe polishing oloth, tn for soap. J 60 for matches, fit for chlorides to .be need for disinfecting purpose an I IJ 10 for one-half doaen mapa. The amount paid for washing towel of tho senators and lieutanaut governor wits t-$ during the second called session. Taraa Cammbwlaaar Nama4. Austin, Ot. 4. The governor baa ap pointed General T. N. Waul of Ney land, Hunt rounty; Captain William Christian of Houston and Captain T. A. Hill of Weimar as member of the com mission to co-operate with the National Park association in determining the po sition of Texaa organization in defense of Vickaburg. The appropriation act provides for the expense of the com mission. Ulalnaraara (ilrla Mrlha. Auatin, Oct. 4. The dining girl of the atate lunatic asylum struck Thurs day because of alleged inauffloiont help, there being 13 waitresses for U0 I tienta. PRISONER A WOMAN. aba llaa Sar.aa Nearly Tear la rrtsea la Male Atllre. U.leua, Hon., Oct. 4. A grand jnry waa eropanuttlod la Judge Stnith ' court Thursilay to investigate the lynching of James Brady, charged with assaulting a 6 -year old girl and who wa banged by a mob early Thnraday morning. The judge in instructing the jury aaid: "I cannot believe that the moo waa couipoeee of any but the lowest element of aix-icty. bnt if you find upon Invest!-' gat ion that other took part, I charge you not to allow that fact to influence your final determination. All peraon, who took part in tho killiug of Brad? j are murderer aud if you Hud out who they are it ia your duty to indict them. AGAINST LYNCHERS. J...t. Smlik. S vara t iiti. la lb , tlrand Jar at llalena. j Lincoln, Oct' 4. For 11 mouth the ofllciala at the Nebraska atato peniten tiary have anppoel that a prisoner, known aa Burt Martin) waa a man. The discovery that the oonvlct ia a woman and that her real uatue is Lena Martin, waa mado two day ago by the prison physician. She was tried and oon vwted at fpriugvisw.aa a mau for horse (teal-. ing. Kecently her cell mate Intimated to the gunrd that an Investigation wiuiiwib- btur.cn oi dave.loimiiint. 1 fstllLL I f EPfilT THET VE Aift IN THE. PRWKtXfif TT in First apFtarance of W. E. NANKLVILLE'S magnificent n II n PJI Tn idylic play of homely life among the picturesque Arkansas hills-- SUPERB CAST. Thf wa made when thephysiuau wa called to attend her. 8 he baa donned woman's clothe and will serve out the remainder of her term of three year. Ialsa4 a CsMttesfT. Chicago, Oct. 4. Four men, three prominent attorney aad m well known railroad detective, have been iudictod here on charge of consul eey in aiding and abetting Bailiff Joseph Lynch, ia dieted for attempting jury bribing to escape. aaaadal la lb Nar. London, Oct. 4. The Odessa, oorre tpondent of The Times aayi a scandal like that lost year at SebastopoL which involved 4-1 naval offioera and some high officials, has been unearthed at Betam. Receipt fur coal dalivered to the Black aea fleet were, it has been discovered, falsified. Aa inquiry la soon to be be gua at Sebaitopol and 1 likely to result ia the imprisonment or baaiahment ol several officer. J. 17. DATTO, Rial tlai$ Agent. Hst, ta office tb or.ly nK of sbstrsot books of Braao eoaaty. Ua4 UUaa. FOR SALE. Fbtir rK)in liouae and two Iota iT gntnnd on wtst side of town. 'i2L aud atable on premises. Price W'l, terina Six room house and one lot j2 ground on west aide of town. Pncar tiO. Six room house and two Iota of f round located four block from Iain Htreet. Brick cistern on pre miaea. Price 12u0. Two lota and old 6-rooin house lav aouthweat part of town. Price Alao other city j roperty ( n 1 For love or money sometime, but there is never a time you cannot send your clothes to Bryan Steam Laundry and get best work at lowest price. We send (or your bundle w hen vou ring 141 V and deliver it at your door, We do the worrying at well as the washing. We have doubled the capacity of our plant by purchasing the outfit of the Famcus Laundry. Give us the next bundle. t t A. E. Wotley, Proprietor. i r SATISFIED Customers Are our best advertisement. Therefore, if lor no other reason, we should tstill try to give the perfect "alisfuction which we do. We try to make every man o happy that he willimnudi ately Ull all his friends of us. We do this by Belling the lwt Groceriec at prices which are honest. You can tpetbettergroccr ics at better price. We don't mind proving this statement any time. D. rJ3ike Jr., TELEPHONE 55.