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KE-OrLNSiSEPTEMDliR 10, 1902. IE tDlffiflGES: I Ml Mil WIS None Iut Male Teacher Study-Hall at nl'.it Small Classi Individual Instruction Thorough Work Safe Surrounding Moderate Cost Niiinl'r enrolled 1st yenr CCi Number enrolled -iul year 71 Number enrolled Urd ye'rKS No. limited next j r. to M lS.iy from -lo towns nud cltle. (iradliate admitted without ex uniiuntioii to any college Z In the state Aftili.it-1 with the State University in I'.HKli-h, M.it'-.ciiutic-s, History, Greek, Latin ami Geir.ian. " l-'or catalogue address Bryan, Texas. J. II. ALLIEN, R. 0. ALLIEN, Principals. J. 7. BATTS, Raal Etiait Agent Ha la office tha only af or abatrant Dooka of Braio consty land title. FO It SALE. flout1! Inlf of block Acaden.7. Price f'-So. near Allen About or and one-quarter acre jear cho'i:! us In southeast part of town, brail new cottage, tenant hmiae au.l rll on premise. Trice $750. Six T(o:Tt hnnse and one lot of ground on w'st side of town. Trice $6X). BIx roirn house and two lot of jround located four block from Main fc'trfet. Itrick cistern on pre raise. rrice$1200. One quarter block near Allen Aca-1 demy. Kant front. Trice :;5o.nO. j Terms easy. 75 tint front on Railroad iteet out of Otto Itoehme'a property. Will ell part or all. The Ed Pochila place; 2 lota and large two-story residence. Trice I2S00. Alto other city propertyC TALIAFERRO. 1. D hi IHIU UUliULlII tiryan, Texas. Offle It Hall's Drug Store, '.hor.r fit. Ke.ldt-nes 'i hone No 37. HE NEW C 1VIPAR1 H. E. SIMMONS, Proprietor. Three ft rt-cla workmen. HOT ASP ('"I.r BA1 MS fir''-iin tiii r.l .ioi-r Y"'ir patrona. lat.-.l. I'rnrr.rt t--r- Tlcar,J SATIfP ACT I' 'N ClAIIANTKUD 'Mm Stop That! rrirklr Hai it one with ORIENTAL PRICKLY-HEAT POWDER Yotir mrtT.ry back If It don't. Th rs aotl neiitlo, cvilm. Kith in- ud r!rrArit der mad for II umnrr miction., ii rrr.u boi; us druf(l'-a or nd for frw mii. ORIENTAL PRICKLY-HEAT Powdar Co . Ilnuira. Tia. For by M. lxi-ud ln; StorS. Tradc Marks DCtlOMt Copyrights Ac. (hHttn prorifthif f'tifiiint-lA. f m muntr. li inrl if riiifl.tMitil. HnmliMtoh on ()ulc t'niiinti laihtii ihrMtitfh lunn . lt.rtr tfrto t( Wttrxiul c'"rtf iu tJJ Scientific American. 4 hftndn tllm'HifM wiwklf. rtt rlr ntlation if 4Utr tO'"' J"uri:l. Tniii. i viir: f"ur ni-.rilii. U gold brail nwtlairm. yilNNtCo."'1 New York ) web cm to. Ci t' ML. WuhiiHituii, Li. L. A.LZINANTI'S SHOE SHOP. We make boot and hor to onlrr and (fuar mUe antSfai lion. WealMdo all kinda of rrpalr work at n-anonahl" priCf-.Bbop at trluftrr old Dtand, Zjnn;il'.l I lock. 1 Dining Cars ON 'OM Route Hlt aervrd a la cart on train from leiaa to Mrmrhls, M. I ouiaand Inter mctltal putnu. IltCTUJC LIGHTS AND TINS D1MG b SltEPING CARS. H - - '- THE ONLY LINE FROM TEXAS NORTH and EAST WITH DINING CAR SERVICE. J. c. LCWIS, Tk.vh.ino Agcnt, AUSTIN, TLX. H. C. TOWN S EN D, eiit't aae ano ticxt uit. t louie. CENTRAL TEXAS FAIR, BRYAN, TEXAS. OCTOBER 14, 15, 16 4 17. PAUL BRADLEY, lUct'y. I. & C. N. EXCURSION RATES AND I ARRANGEMENTS. WAIIIN(;T0.. I). C. Nati..i, Kneiimpment t. A. U.. verv ! rnti s. Sell ticket i-t. 2. :i, mill 4. limit O'-r. l"i!i. privilege x- telltlnll f.l Nov. :trd. sr.M.Mi:i: i:xcri:sio uati.s- T vitrimirt iititn in Texas Hint to vnrioiM (lointH north hikI er. I,iiw rates. Sell tirkitu daily. June 1st. to Sept. :uth, limit o-t. :Mst. MAIU.IX.TFXAS-Thepreat health resort. Low excursion rate. Ticket on sale dally th year round ; limit flo day for return. For complete information call on I. it O. N. ticket airent. or addres I). J. THICK. Oen. Tass. A Ticket Airt.. J'alestine, Texan. SCHWAB WILL RETIRE. HI IUlt h la ft.rl.a! Isalr.d, kal lh. Allm.nt Krpt Ser. Loretto, Ta . Aus !$. Tresldent C THE GRAVE EMPTY. N Bo4f r.n.4 Wb.at app..4 Carp) of Marri. W.a Kabam.il. Outhrle. O. T.. Auk. 18. A grata M. S tiwau of the t'niti-d State Steel near Orlumlo. a town a abort distance Corporation. ha accepted the advice uf from Cutlirlo In which O. S. Morris, a hi iliynli Ir.na and decided to retire in- Madison, Kua., man. who was reported definitely from active buKlne4 life. He ( laat week to nave been killed, waa will leave America to seek no me quiet ( opened Sunday In the presence of 101 nook in a foreign clime where not an iktsoiu and found to be empty, who of the Btrcnuuust life he bas led Friend of MorrU who believed that ran reach him. ho had been murdered had rcqueittcl Ir. Golden never leave the s.hwah tho authorities to exhume the body, home, ami tho exud nature of the pa-j T leKrams of In.pil.y huve bwn ro- I" a lli'Dl'i IllnchS cannot be learned throuch him . Mr. Sthwab is not con ceived fnim Morris' wife and from In surance orders In Madlbon of which fined to his bed. but upends much of hU j he wns a member. . r i .rr.r,i Morris appeared a week niro In this sectlou In company vtith a man who fi. sh air an I a sweepi,, view of th. RaVt, ,,, name l01 ,, r0. mountain flopes. 11 Is always with anted liliust If as a loun aKenf. On his wife or parents. Th Hianne part of Schwabs Illness, Is that he Is nhvav within vlnw of tho e who all at his home, yet h- will not allow any peiMin t. approach him. Heretofore lsiiors to ri'-hwah's horn" were greeted with hearty welcome and a vicious hand shaue. Now the visitor Is met at the cntrtiiiie and told .Mr. Si hwah cannot b h-eii. Intimates of the familv receive the same mcssa-. Monday I'm reported that Morris had teen killed In a run away accident Ihe man purchased a lot in a conn try cemetery near Orlando utul boimht a coftln, which he was burled with the ashl.-.tauce of a colored man OUTLAWS STRUNG UP. Ther Wtra llangail bf . Mull la llrl.f Aliuiit a CuMfrMiuii. Cordell, O. T.. Auk. is A mob of and rx'ii" liae heen aide to converse reveral hundred men took IavI Keed viih I.ii.i mi' e In lanio hai k lioui ' hrKval' ICrilr.m.nt Arrpt.l. New Yoik. nz IS. Tin rctnement of (.'liailt a M Si haw h from the presi dency of the I'uit d States Steil Cor poration Is now commonly accepted a ill termineil upon i;itwith.Ht.indii,t: th" po ut oftli lal den:.t!s and th- pii-M-nt tclm tanie in oflh iarters to con firm the report. I'lfMil-nt Schwab's Impaired health Is it.e reason f.r ttn-! B' tloll. It Is repotted the pre--i.li m )' would pass to Jam s Carey. flir.t M. e preldeiit of the i orporation. Other ruu.urs have pointed to II. C. FtiiW. WANT TO ENLIST- and Itud Wimtn, outlaws apti'rcd re ri-ntly In a raid ou the Casey-Cravens 'fcatii;, fri'tn tln county Ja!I lure late Saturday nilit und t-trmiK them up j to tnes to fnrie tin in to reveal the whcrculumta of their leadtis uud to Klve Information rcitnnUnif their crimes. The cmtlaws finally (cave the chaired Information nnd the mol re turned them to jail disappearing U- parently to run down the anit. I Tweed wns tilt I'.adly suai.!.d that .he was revived Willi difi'.i till)'. tin' , a-i'.v i ravens i;anK is one cu the worst that Infests this country licit u;!y they have tnmmitted many out ra;;' tu Miuthein Oklahoma. Ihlllp- tlrlll.b Solill.r nl la tit On to Flg-lil London. Am;. J Time expired South African soldiers are victim of a curious delusion whiih Is causln of ficials of the Culled States imtias.sy rotisideraMe annoyance. F rr.ii-r Itrit-Is-h soldiers who have served attains! the l:oers have n apply In; in n un til rs at the en! .isv f.ir . n!:-'';i- tit in o .. i i v, it i. t . .. . iiTumaiis has dis.ii'l" .irtsl tell the same story. aym a report was In circulation at Cap Town and P ir han that the Cnfti l States wa en!:st Ir.tt former nnt:.-!i soldiers for s-rvin In those Islands. At the I-om!"n em t.assy scores of aplpants a;-i...,v have bm turned away greatly disaj p.'.ut- 1. Iliibail mJ Mil. Munl.rt.l. Vuaeatlne. 1.1. A UK. It. The derom noscd !.!v of Mrs. Jess,. Tuman was iound Siitnlay ii!;itt lo yurds uwuy from her home rn ir here, and her hus band unconscious anj with mortal wounds was found on the floor of the hiuisf. ahlih showed sIrhs of a dea lcrate striik't;ie. The couple are known to have had considerable money. The rt!"t!i y latinot he found an i a it. an wli.i for two Wteks in t ie his home With th' The tiiissins? man Is sa. l to have come from Texas. The police are looking for h:m. FOUGHT TVO BEARS. Munl.ril ami Crrta.ieil. Knoxvllle. Aiir. IS. Watkln New man. a ted -t. was tnurdeid. roliet-J an t nearly i-ren.ated la h;s hmne, six m;lcs from Jefferson City. T till. W'at kin Newiuan anl a brother, l!ia:n. lived to(5ther and were wcll-to-d j farn.ers. Ssturday tiliit Isham went to Talltott's station, arriving home at ll:-0 o'clock. He foun 1 the house In f.inies and his brother Watkln lying oa a bed dead. He could not rescue the Aa Old Ould .d HltB..ir hj lb At. vtra rf ltou.lt Hifie. Colo. Aug. Iv V. T. Tr.bM' Is the hero of a de.pera'.e ha;. .' t t-ha:: 1 emounttr with lu tears, and that he ho ly on account of the fierce tire. The tsisped with his life was due In part to nian 44 supposed murJ-red auj th the visit of TresSJett Uoosev.lt !o tbls Luu'' "l on part of the country tw j years a3. Mr. Roosevelt showed the oi-J R ilJe J 1st ! bow to sive the t o;ip d- gra. - to a b- ar with a knife. Trilib'.e, wt.;: In tb mountains, was surprised ty a gnziiy. and su-ceed-d la di-pa;chin him a U Rixisevelt When rocfrocted ty anoth er, a desperate fsht (xi urr-d. and th man aped with wo'inds. b'jt man-, aged to iral tj his horse -d rld to camp, w here he lost rensi !o.jn'ss. j Nolhlaa; la th. Kubtrr. Owensboro. Aug. lv Several offl clals of Ihe Adams Kxpr.-s company who arrived Sunday ntorr.it.g from St. Louis have jcon to Kor l-v.ii- lo lnve ti of I'rlniM la llllaola. Murphryshoro, 111., Aug. Is. Six per sona have met violent death In Jack son tntinty in the last week. The lat ent outbreak of violent e was in the hiHitiiig Sunday of William Smith and his mil Jacob, near Raddlevllle. This father was killed but his son wIM re tour. N'cpioes tommitted the crime. w(.i. h wa.s the outiome uf a itame of "ira;n' at a n-ro ph nl '. The w ene cf tbe trairedy is two miles from where Lev.e I'ofimi -.siotier Riley was luur di red In his ted last Thursday. :iclrtral storm, la low.. Keokuk. U.. AUC IS Another Se tiitate the robbery reported from ther-j ,.(,.,, 0r severe eiet trb al and wind Nothing has develop.-. i t) iij'nate t:i? wherealouts of the Us.'r"! which Mr Iloatner t la.ms to t.aw- si. :; , from Iear.fle!l. and wr.i. h It is a:.eKei waa taken from the agent at Fordsvlll after Its arrival tin re. . I.neman of Ihe Totttal I Kra h eomrany. sent out Northeast, rn Ml.ssoutl to h ate an intern. ption of '! e i ir u.t I n,e sUni,. waT reports that he found th- wires eat und'-r the table at I)ejnr.. i I. storms passed over so-itln usiern Iowa t!o!r.g m it h ilamuK". In the last lle we. ks the n imlier of turns atrut k ty liub'tiinn mar here In Illinois Is over a bundled and more than that .tium- t er were sti'i i; in .southea-tira Iowa. has mi "Ten-J K.ea4 1'i.nvtrt i aucht. Rusk. Tex.. Au It 'in llday two COnvltts OVerpowend the e,;lrd. i;s armed him ami escaped over the wails of the prison. Th petilt-ti' .try tdoo 1 hounds were on the trai k very soon nfter the est ape and after a hot t has of over 20 miles captured both the coiivMs ami returned them to the prison. The guard killed one horse from overheat ami the convicts kll'el two of the pursuing dogi. M.ilraa Klllnl b a Mf.itr. Pin Antonio, a'U. IS News has re.i. he I the city that Reman fni. u Mi vi'Mi sheep In r i r, was killt ti in IMsarls county ty a fragment of to teor wiiii h stnn k a boulder on heh he w is s-.i'e I a'i I win sli.i'ter- i by the impn t. A piece ()f the meteor strut k him on the temple, caus ing instant death. Fragments of the no-t-or wire found ncir the holy. H'rrrk on lha frl.ro Itepgs. I. T.. Aug. IS One of the most dicnstroiis lielght wrecks the, Frisco has had tor som time or- i tirred at the south end of the yards a' I this place. Sunday. W. R Cornell of, Sapula. to a l brukemnn. l.r.d his f t trokeii and unsullied other sli'titi bruises and escaped bc-ii.K killed. It( seems, ns ty a mi rat Sixteen c ars and the en vine were deta ; , prestim ably ty the l imine sprea li'n; the iaiin.1 I Dl.d of Ml Wound) j Chh ago. Ane. IS Frank Kndl. sus i pet ted of Lining bet n implicated In the mtirdT of Tolit email Invine and I't lii.eil. tiled Sunday ut St. Mary's hos , Ilia!. His ibath result... fimn lock 1 jaw. whiih developed from a bullet I wtnind In the t-g. Kroll p- rsls'e.l in i ci.-ii y i n at any knowledge of tlie murder Of t..e tW J poll' I ttl'-tl. XVrller fn Sel.nr. l.tl ('lite-the. Miis., 'Aug. ls - M. Hopkins. i' yt ars old. of New Yoi ,;j "i City, tiled here Sunday. Mr. Hopkln was a member ot the staf of th" Sti-nti'lc American and was w-il known as a writer on si t ntil'.c Jet t. lln.r li.n.rals Smm Ihe kin;. I'iniott. Aug. H The Hoergi nern.Ts. Roil. a. IteU'it and 1 iar y. wlm inti.'o I here Saturday fiom South Af- i l tu, left I.oiiil on at It :'. Sun lav tnorn I Intr f- r Cows. -.. ,,f Wl -bt.' to s. Ceorgei K.i.u Kdwaid t il board the mv.il vat iit Kiel lb I t Th'-y n , ,,. j;;vell a g: . a i n. y nd r e ll.'l l.,l '. . to olti. t tile an bull Ktta r hf Hwtirli a:n(laa 1 Ilottsion. Aug. IS I. M. Steen wa run over Sunday by a switi h engine on , the Texas and New Orleans road, sus taining Injuries from the effects of! which he expired at the Houston In firmary. Siren was about 00 years of Ta llya Ilroa-a.d. Galveston. Tex.. Aug. IS Walter Cone, ageil 9 years, anil Carl Rowland, aged 7 years, were drowned while in bathing In a bayou near the city. li.lil for I. I Siiilil,'. viunUr. Angiitoti. Ti x.. Aug. I Tlo- nlne neK.oes nrn sted cm nuspli i ,u (.f l,eiai Implit alt d In th" mur.l. r id K C. Snu'h have been Kivt n t x tmitung trials before Ju.-tlie J. II Snow and three of I hi PI have tet n turned loose. The other six were remanded to Jail to await the cation of the Mai.l Jury. Safa lllnwvr al Aml.run. Navasofa. Tex.. Aug. IS Anderson was visited by burglars Saturday night and a large safe In the store of Kenard itrowr. was blown open. Fif ty dollars In cash and two wint heater rifles were Ret ired by the burglais. nor a a strength. Pure c!rujjs are a Imon to inankinil. We sell the Freshest, Purest Drugs, ami Medicines that science lias ilevel- tjitcl or tlint money can luy. Our prescription work is prompt, accurate & careful, we never Milivtittitc we staiitl liy our reputa tion made in year of lousi ness in Itrv.m ami invito YOUR PATRONAGE. JAMES & HART. ciimcs in every man's life when he needs the aid of medicines to as sit nature in recover-, ing failing health anff l.. s. I'liivt'l IM iitirniMi- I l! i3 1 HEA 0 B OUR (ffl REFRI6EUTIN6 ROO.M CT3 HOGS. HIDE, WOOL PELTS . BEES WAX B m 00.0.0s 00 00 000 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E6JPI0N OIL! Eupion 1$ sold by the following dcilets: The Hryau Grocery Co; Kdge Ilnxi; Sander lire. A Co Cole Hroa; The. W. Ili'pi; (leo. W. IIIkT! I. C Zuber; Keriiolo Hro; Juo. M. Ijvwrence A i Co; Saumler A Juliiiami; Dansby 4 4 Dansby: Ilowell Hrotber. J. II. Mawlilinicy, The Best on Earlh. 0 0 0 .itv Y i r iiiiiimiiiimuiiiiiiini Not Alone Bread but Cake and f I'jstr) lus spicaJ the fa.Tif ol the TEXAS n a f.r r f MtiT who thi'irKi 'ht nnlT hnm m1 Z tuif hunt, c . Cm. tie.. Wainr. rt v Z r ni to r.t. tuvi h it.g.1 thir ttun-i. a air.rr -tit. our. Tle-ir r font.. I tie.' Ii A u.-r!..r in ai.jruili.g (fu.u.a ty ihs 5 amatrur conk. X OTTO BOEHME fj 5 j '"" " "J" ' ".' T6JRNIP tLL.b. I luve l(K) pf.tmds of choice, fresh Tur nip "-Ci'd, a.M.r:eJ varieties now is time to plant TYLER II AS WELL. 1M 11 W j G I T Y. BAKERY!! FRESH BREAD, CAKES AND PIES always on hand.... PICNICS AND BARBECUES ramlahast any amoaat of Brasd, sto, o twnoty f oar fcoura sotloa. 8als room oo Soor aorUof Has way's. E. GRIESER, Propriety.