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like Apples of Gold in Picturw 18 THS BUMPTtXH'8 BITPLY 09 IRREPROAQIABLS NB qulpowal raoacliy procured 6j ua &6.N (Intonation! n4 Vts-f Horihorn BairoaJ) Making It th foremost mad for luiurloua traaatt factlltlaa. Direct ooonaeUoe Mad at Lawla for all point oo mala Una batwaaa LONGVfEW, LAREDO, AUSTIN, SAN ANTONIO The route you are looking for to ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS, and objec tive points North and East, with Palatial Through Gars Keenly aJlvetotharreraalvaaplrHaof theage. AH desired paruouiara oonliaii gives try D. C. DEM A RET. Ticket Agent, Bryan. L, TRICE. D. J. PRICE. tad VI oa Preatdeet and Oao. Bopl Goflaral Paaeaoger and Tlckat Agaol w CHINESE, S,l tarsiae V iaJareUla Ml. pee. IS Ukloi japt among TAOt. SENATE WILL HATiFY Jigrees as to Time to Vote on tho Canal Traatj. WILL BE OX MONDAY IThUa Sections of tba Treaty Were Criticised Sharply, the Oppoaeats I hay They TV III Tele for RaU iflcatloa at the End. Washington. Doc. 13. The senate Thursday agreed to meet at 11 a, n. Monday and to take a vote before ad journment on the new Hay-Pauncefote treaty for the abrogation of the Cley ton Dulwer treaty and opening the way for the construction of a canal cross the Isthmus of Panama by the United States. This agreement wai reached after four houra of debate. There will be more speeches. The principal speakers Thursday be side Senator Spooner were Senator Money and Senator Foraker. Mr. Money, while finding much In the treaty to criticise,' said that as he found the fortunes of the proposed canal across the Isthmus, ao Ineitrlca. bly Intertwined with the treaty that be could not see his way, clear to do anything more that would prevent or Tee delay ratification. Several sec tions were discussed at length, but there are not deemed of sufficient Im portance to cause a stumbling block. In the senate Thursday. Mr. Allison 'from ?na committee on appropriations favorably reported the concurrent res olutlon adopted by the house pro!' Ing for a holiday recess from Decem ber 9 to January 6, 1903. And it was agreed to. , Mr. Hoar's resolution, directing the committee on printing to eonside" fa ijPiOedlepcy of providing foe fa frelJ "distribution of the OTigresalonul Ho cord to libraries throughout the coun try was passe. f Mr. Mason of the committee on man ufacturer! submitted a favorable re port on a bill relating to the adulter ation of foor products and addressed the senate briefly on the subject. At 4:40 p. m. the senate adjourned until Monday. f ' Ta Knjola ra I ary Oaga. Washington. Dec. 13. A petition to Joln Secretary Gage from disbursing 12.000.000 now In the treasury author- lied by congress for the purchase of J Kiowa. Comanche and Apache Indian lands, has been filed In the district su preme court by Delos K. Lone Wolf, the chief of the Klowas, and others of tho tribes. Ma riuM far Tkeaa. ' Washington, Dec. 11 The Demo cratic leaders of the senate hare noti fied the Republicans that the minority Acw not feel called upou to provide committee places for either aenator WcLaurln or Wellington. It U under stood that the Republican members of the committee will assign those mem bers to committee places. ftafcla laqalry T I Washington. Dec 13. The Schlep: - . . I , L. .1 . t Court 01 inquiry IS ni-ariua; iur run ui 1U labora, and -JIe It la Impossible to secure a atat'' . 1 S1 ,0 wneniue will be ' J 7'"a MONROE EDGE II AS KOT SLEPT FOR WEEKS-BEEN TOO BUSY BKLiUINO LAND. BRYAN PKOPKRTT 4na-ra near oil mill, part of which li In rltv tmlU: raitla liu hrrn fad on tama for ill jrar M la batiar than bottom land: n-m hotia, wall, eamant -lu-rn, hrrfa. barn ami other Improvo Iwhli for aala chrap. tOarrra.iMnrity llmlta aail tl J ml on ont Mo, S room bona, eaw rtatilaa, rbatla, rrtba, U nn. dug wall, ernaal elurn la eaalera sal rifi-lty. (Vine atil . II rhrep. Tworhrap hntiw In waatarn pari of city. Tha A. H. Rallard plx-a In waalarn part Of tea will aril at a baraaln. Vaoaut Iota In all porta of ally. Good 4 -room frame bona, cloae to C. W. A B V. dapol will aall cheap. Two lota with S mom home, tialla. Jlaiserla. Wna. tardan. erlba, ale. cloaa U grxlad acbool: lll cloao out al a barjaln. One flaa mora boue, wa 1. h1, alo. cloae to nulad acbool going "vary cheap. One mod new K room honae on same block as rao Baptist rbiirrh. pHra "rhaap." A aaeanl blork with T aak traaa for HW. In anntbam part of elty on Collar rami. ( lota, nlea room? honae. orchard, alahlaa. baa tone and othar ImpfHTemaoia, erica I13U0. I- 4 blork. Tmara bona. 4 galtarlaa. pantry, bath mora, bam, waivrworka. alectrle llghta, all, orrhard. ate. l!nn no, lrra boardln hon. will accommodate tn aoopia, will rani lot u0 to WO a rear,, will aoU abaap. I I- 4 leta Joining Jaff franklin, will ' tell for 100 00 II -J aerea of land near oil mill wl'h twe aoaaaa, ona baa I mama the other I, will as abanra forromUry prpparty or aall lor iu. I aaWoa J blwki south, af L G. R. depot, III aall all for 1700. One a. room honaa.hall. 1 ralltilea. I eloaeta, good barn, oi (tarn, waiarworka. gardaa ale., la aery awall part oleiir, for IIJ0O, Ona naat, nawla gnlahad oMtaga la amithara part of Hiy, rood wail, plantv of mom for gar dan', ate., on high ground with iplendld view, for 500. blork In weetern part of rlty, known aaclty ark. beaotlfnl oaki on each blork, will aall Obaap. One he'f blork ernnn mom bonaa, I balla, I larira tinitaramtind elalama. T hrdranu. ar aajiia' banao, big barn and all othar modani eooTenlancaa, In boo too part of city, will aall ebaap. rTeral negre boeaaa for tale t if cheap. Hare aaaaral ether plaraa In elty for sale, ebaap. ('ail and 11 ma tall you a boat It. Haaa 14 mo aerea farm and ranch lands. Pee peak y paper , TonH rnt nlai I iiowrok rnOK, Land igeuland HoUrj t'abllc. Xiataaaaa Aa Will he Keea. .A movement la the eiport and lnv port boasea engaged la Uade with China to secure more liberal treatment for Chlneee merchant and others via Itlng thla country, under the new ChV nese Immigration law. Silas D. Webb president of the China, and Japan Trading company, who haa resided In Shanghai for over IS years, and who la thoroughly familiar with the condi tions affecting the development ol American trade with the far east In an Interview said: "The humiliating restrictions which the Chinese exclusion act haa placed on the entry of Chinese merchants, travelers and students Into thla coun try seem likely to undo all the advant age we bad gained through the frlvnd ly attitude of our government during the recent negotiations between the powers and China. But for the re opening of the Chinese marketa and the resumption of the ordinary cur rents or trade at the beginning of this year, we should have had a very aerl ous state of thlnga in the great cotton Industry of the United States. Half the cotton mills of the aouth are abso lutely dependent upon the Chinese con sumer for the sale of their output of cloth, and In default of ordera from China, nothing could prevent a de atruttive competition between New England and the south for possesion of the borne market. It wlI not be long before our great Iron and steel Indue tries have aa well defined an Intercut In the Chinese market as the cotton textile Industry already possessea and care should be taken not to prejudice our Chinese customers against us. ... TO THS . . . ! SOUTHEAST A. XKW ST8TK1I RKACniNO, WITS ITS OWN KAUA. ' MEMPHIS. BIRMINGHAM AND MANY OTHER IMPORTANT JOINTS IN TQX KOUTUKA8T. GOOD CONNECTIONS AT " BIRM1NU1IAU JTOR MONTGOMERY, MOBILE. ATLANTA. SAVANNAH JLND AXL POINTS IN THUS STATE OP FLORIDA. FARSENGERS ARRANOINO JTOR TICKETS VIA TILE IMPROVED TANDEM KITE. Celaaal Eddy Haa Ob Wblah Will la raa Iba IMaiaara. New York. Dec. 13. William A. Eddy, who has Just arrived In llayonne, N. J., from Noank. Conn., has written to Mr. Marconi, Inclosing diagrams of an Improved tanden kite system for reaching a height of 3000 feet with Major Baden-Powell's system of kites. He tulnks that system will enable Mar coni to send messsges ct leant 1000 miles, because every Increase In height has so far' enormously Increased the range of wireless telegrams. 8houll the receiving vessel 2000 miles out at sea also send op a receiv ing wire by means of kite storm flyers to a height of Sboo feet, Mr. Eddy thinks the 1000-mlles limit will be more then doubled. Major Baden Powell fastens one kite to the back of another when flying the kites tandem, but Mr. Eddy says that the Improved system of fastening radiating lines to a main line the safety will be greater than one kite, because If one kite gives out the others will sustain the apparatus. VTII.T. TTATH AIC OPPORTUNITY rO KNJOT THE COMFORTS OK A BRAND NEr, UP'TO-DATJS LIMITED TRAIN The Southeastern Limited. ptrt.L iiroiainor aa to ann-ra awa atraa eitiarsLir raanana trroa trrLioirioa to ar aarmaaaaTarire or raa ooatraeT, oa to ALkx. Hilton. aua rttiiion aaarr. BRYAN SNYDER. INT LOCI. City Market. Havlnir purchased the City Meat Market from Mera. Smith A Ad ams, I desire to inform the labile that I am ready to supply. GOOD KKFRir.KlUTEl) MEATS Heef. Pork, Mtitmn and all kinds of market product In any miniitity at ream mable pricen. I will buy only the heal animals and employ expert meat cuttera. A portion of your patronage will be appreciated. llespectfullv. JOHN W, HICKS. J. 7. BATTS, 7m Etiaiu Agtnt Have la office tba only eat of abstract books of Brasoe county land titles. -.n in, irtuaive cuuiracc Ban, The Texas Brewing company of Fort Worth paid up. and now the Paateur Vaccines company, through Its attor neys, Hogg at Kobertson has paid f 1000 into the state treasury, thus confessing Judgment and satlafying the law, the Judgment being a compromise. One other suit Is left, that against the Tex as and Pacific company of Thurber, whlcli haa not been settled. t Arreatad fee Mardar. Ardmore. I. T.. Dec. 13.-Federal of ficials who are Investigating the death of Thompson Pickens, a noted full blood Chickasaw Indian, have placed the city marshal of Tishomingo under arrest on a charge of murdering Pick ens. The deceaaed was found by the public roadside, and It was thought at the time that heart failure was the cause of death. The arrest created a sensation-, as the victim la well known throughout the Territory. Crwahad Mia Shall. Dallas. Dec. 13. William Boring, a white man. aVut 30 years old. was vlng unde e trttn' th kruck Uull report that It cannot so. Altnoug' authority, i3' he will The rerr ,wlthf"' L'fcy or j lewlng i ild that 1 Is case. public ith- fnund daad 1 nlM , i i .. ,' "Tad" SL . .: . smi Paul s Kanitari Inc woch! for th auppoeed that In bridge, connect! with the laundry d his head against th was crushed and his v KILPATRICK CO Olraa riftaaa Taara li i taa fmal al M 1 Et Louis, Dec. 13. Ic States district court Ben the Montana train robter sentenced by Judge Adams tl Mta par t;ijla4l II U Mnthar aed Hlaaaalf. Vpper ttsnduaky. 0, Dec. 13-Mrs. Valentine WlncLaker was found lying In a pool of blood at ber home Thurs day and beside her was a bloody poker, 6 be was unconscious and cannot re cover. Her son. Juvb, ho lives with his wife and family In another part of town, .ss seen to leave the house early la the morning. The result of a search wsa that his desd body was fouud In a hajtnow with a bullet hole Id Lis temple. The revolver which be had bought an ho:tr before was also found. Whltaaawa la Indiana. Now Albany, Ind.. Dec. 13. News i has reached tbl city of an outbreak of : Whltecapa In Crawford county, near English. During the past week Will lam Cunningham, a former Justice of the peace, Jesse Tyree aad Mlsa Alice Haycock, all of Sterling township, have been taken out by a masked mob and whipped with hickory switches. In every case the back of the victim was literally cut to pieces. TIhe victims were sccused of Immoral practlcea, and had been warned to desist. Hill Haa Raalgaad. New York. Dec. 13. It Is announced that J. J. Hill has resigned from the board of directors of the Nirthern FaclHc railroad. It was reported that Mr. Hill's resignation had been con templated for some time and that It FOH SALE. South half of block near Allen Academy. Trice $.&). About one and one-quarter acres near achoolhe us In aouthemit part of town. Hmall new cottnire, tenant house and well ou premises. Price I10UO. Six room house and one lot of ground oa west side of town. Price tilx room house- ana' two lots of trround located four blocks from Main Street. lnck cisteriKow pre mises. Price )i'lW. Also other city property II lea ll -AT- j. D. FranKlln's Market west nf Main street. Brocdon's old stand. Nothing but the very best meat. : : t-ometoseeme J. D. FRANKLIN. i NEW OITY,. bakery! FRESH BREAD, CAkES AND PIES always on hand.... PICNICS AND BARBCCU18 Mralabad say saxxu! ot Braad, ato. oa tTaoCf foor boars aoUos. :i t: Bale roots eae door aorta of HaawaVa. E. GRIESER, Proprietor. sjajs) Od Liza" DKAY LINE, F. A.Le,Proprietor. Good drays and polite draymen, prompt and care- ul work, are the claims upon which we solicit a ahare of your buBineBS in the future. Thanking those who iiave favored me in the past and hoping to contijajie to please them, I am respectfully, F. A. LEE. W. A. WATKINS, Atiornty-al-Lam. Abatracta mla. daada wrltlan. Rp-lal attantloe alvan to :ormr-lal Ijiw and I olltlooa NOTARV rt'ULIO IN OFKICE j Office in Cit Hall. Ttltphont Mo. 54. Thinns alir?niPfi!SARV 0 r. J vi i-iaa -asw uaa wasv WAr-a a y- i ; 0 r." 'Z'1. ....To the iuccesful tailor are A stock of Sape rior Cloth, Know ledge of his B ness, Skill in ting and Ffc 6 a f r 1 L and prices which are low enough to attract without being low euoutjh to !escn valne. The possession of thcue essentials make us coufident ofour success in nlrninc nrrv mimn -n j I . JOHN WI1TMAN. J i Q. If. . L, (Ua T-. j ' t u .1 . U . . iU tE(Mef 1 011 The IJryan O ianders Broal e Cole Urol ulP' M Zub7 .-. N'- 5 Jce V .fthnsoik' A "M I Mowell fr-L THE EASIEST WAY IS TIIE Bl1 And th, BEST WAY it th I ouston STp-ir Cj I!