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fib otmrc Bug le. BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNINQ, SEPTEMBER 4, 1902. PRICE 5 CENTS !' iiic; 0L I? (5 : An 3 0 3 0 0 en D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O The flour that made Missouri soft wheat famous. Only f i .25 per sack. We have just received another car of (hit cclelratel llour and guarantee every tack to give perfect satUfaction. UVALDE HONEY PITTIJOii:; lire.ikf.ut Food MALTA VITA PRUNES TURIN A WHOLE Wheat Flout DOZIERS Five o'ocWk Tea cakes per tin 2501. Hirmr.rr Ilu'ter Wajfcrs, per tin, 30 ct. FOR TIIR IIEST, I'HONE HOWELL BROTHERS 8 Grocers and Coffee Roasters. 0 0 0 0 0 -If riw saPoon 1 he place to rat and drink we hanJle the FINEST WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. IN THE CENILR OF THE TOWN. FIGHT IN THE CtNTER OF THE I'lSH IN THE CENTER of ATTRACTION Drinks served bv a skilled mixologist and flavored with cour esy. Free i:e water til the time. Restaurant in connexion. W. T. FORD :-: Bryan Allen Academy RE-OI'ENS.SEPTEVBER 10, 102 SOIE d 1DIU1M IE THESE Ml None but Malt Teachers Btudy-Hall itt nflit Small Classes. Individual Instruction Thorough Work Safe Surroundings Moderate font Number enrolled 1st year (VI Number enrolled 2nd year 71 Number enrolled 3rd ye'rM No. limited next yr. to 8) Hoy, from 40towniaud eltiea. (Iraduatca admitted without ex amination to any college In the state Affiliate! with the State University in KngliNh, Mathematics, History, Greek, Latin ami German. For catalogue address Bryan, Texas. J. li. ALLEN, R. O. ALLEN, Principals. InOpmDM. QUAKEK VAPOR BATH Cabtiets for sale and in use by the Exchange Shaving I'arior TRICE complete U .00 imm H. D. OORSEY a PROPRIETOR flrat claw lliil and Cold, Shower and Vspor BATHS X$$2r A full supply uf canned Roods as trood as the market afford at the Itryan (looeryt'o. Oolj fVrct hrd and l:rnUrl Tttnble .WidtuL a. in a tnent' agriculture rhov.a the aver!:l condition uf cotton on Au. 2'. was M. compared with M 'j. Julv ;; 71.4. Aug 34. 1'J 'l; i.t.2 Kept. 1. 'j ) and ten yni a vera, cf 73 2 OXK .MAX IS KILLED Tb rl!y.JI enrln(r the I'rrs'drat te Leans It ma Inte by aa E r!rl Car, (eiii;lelrlr Stiu-lilnj the Vehicle ( 1'i.rrs. Plttsfleld, Mass.. Sept. S. A tally bo containing the president's party, bound from l'it t sfl-M to I-nox, was bit by an electric car near here. One per son was U11' (1 and several of the party Injured, the president escaping with a few bruises, his face being badly scratched. Secret Service Agent William Craig was killed. D. J. I'ratt. driver of the president's loach, had his skull fractured. The Injured are being brought to tbia city la ambulances. Motorman Madden and Conductor James Kelly of the eU'ctrlc car were arrested. The president reached this city at 9 o'clock this morning- He came from Palton. where he nM'nt the night as a guest of Covtrnor W. Miirray Crane. After the accl lent the president was able to resume hi Journey to Lenox. tw btale Ik (he Wmw Shaniihal. Sept. 3. The dl.HcuIty In he way of a conclusion of an Anlo Cblne commrn lal treaty has been satUr i. torlly settled. A new edict will be l-iU'd and the treaty will be signed after some technical alter&Uona bavs been made rr I LAST HONORS PAID. Tbs IliaalM ml CnfrMiau DUrffB rl4 BH4 iHpltw, Iongvlew. Ter., Sept. I. The re rosins of Congressman rXiraffenreld reached I.onjrvw Tuesday afternoon and were laid to rest In Greenwood cemetery, while thousands of admiring and sorrowing friends and acquaint f tics piirroundetf the grave. The funeral train came In at 3:30 p. m., and was met at tho depot by a l.irge crowd. The remains were accompanied- hf Deputy Sergeant-at-Arni( l lerce. MIhs Kennedy, It C. DGrarfen reld and Hoy DeOraffenreld, nephewi of deceased, of Washington; S. C. De Graffenreid of Franklin, Tenn.. and Richard lUrtholdt, congrfssmaa fros SL Iti!. Mo., la a special car. The bo,!y was b)rne to the court bouse, where deceased achieved nc little of his fame as a lawyer and where he began the work that madi him an honored member of the Amerl- Whcn the carrlace bearlne the nresl-1 lJn ' rrmama dent and party were near the Country !,ac', J'11 ittM bu ot lh doort ",d club grounds and at a railroad cross Ing. an electric car was noticed coming at a terrific rate of sped. Mr. Craig signalled to the motorman to stop, hut be apparently paid no attention to the warnirg and the care came plunging on in Its work of de-tth. The president's carriage was literally mi.ixhed to pieces. A wltnesg of the accident stated thst the motorman was speeding bis car In order to reach the club. The president. Governor Crane and piretary I'ortelyou were piled up la a heap. The president was cut on the rlKht side of the chin, and his fare Is much wollen. Secret Service A cent Craig was killed outrlttht and I). J. Pratt, driver of the coach, received Injuries which It Is feared wilt result fatally. CONFLICT IN DOUBT. t'mplra Will !! I ItorMa lha f aplara f Ike Mlgaal ftiailaa. Flsbers Inland. N. Y.. Sent. 3 The 'irrial etatlon on Prospect Mount was put out of a tlon at 5 oclock this morn ing by the ships of Admiral Illgg'.n son's fleet, which fired several times In thst direction Col. Davis, commsnd Ing the district, who was at his post In the ntatlon. went out of action with It. The remilt of the conflict will not be known until after the umpire's report ami perhaps lie the occasion of much dlsctiHxlon on the part of the Imard ol arbitration. It was a moKt magnlfl cent attack and an able defense. Fatal MUlake nf a ara Chicago. S-fit. 3 Kinily Ktherldge. nurie In the Presbyterian hnspit.il here and a daughter of the late Dr. Jiinen H. Ktherldge. one of Chicago's leading physicians, confessed to Coro ner TraeRor thtt she administered to Mrs. I-iura Moore of Kcnselaer. Ind.. two grains of Htrychuine. when she shciiill hsve given her only the thirti eth part of a grain. The fatal blun der caused the death of Mrs. Moore. rarpentera Mrlha far Advaae. New York. Se; f. 3. Seven thouand and fifty men out of twelve thousand carpenters connected with the New York district counsel of the I tilted Protherhood of Carpenters and Jolneri have struck for an advance in wage? of from 1 1 to $1 no a day. Thirty Ave hundred of the strikers won their de mands almost Immediately. The Mas ter Carpenters' association has dec Id ed unanimously to rcntse all demands the crowd stood up In the court yard, the addresses being made from the courthouse steps. It. D. I'vy, Judge nf this Judicial district, and a close friend f the deceased, was master of cere mon.ca. A prayer was offered by Iter. Galla gher of the Presbjterlan church, after which Miss llurns of Tyler sang "Near er. My God. to Thee." Then Mr. Barn well of Gilmer nald a tribute to the deceased. Following. Judge C. L, Itroc k field and Jack liurna spoke of his party loyalty, after which Congress man Slaydeo spoke of his work In congrens. He was followed by Cone Johnson of Tyler, Congressman Ilar thc lii' of St. Louis, a Republican mem ber of congress, also spoke highly of bis rarty loyalty, after which Congress man Itandell of Texas delivered a eulogy. Itev. Tardy of Nacogdoches then conducted religious services, speaking of the honesty and generosity of the deait congressman. "Jesus. !ver of My SjuI." was sung by a se'eeted choir. and then prayer was offirel by lr Alexander, -alien those wishing to view the remains parsed by and out from the four sides of the courthouse. The floral decoration were beiutlf d an I profuse. Among them was a bed of flowers representing a broken col umn, consist ng of a column about three feet h.ntx abruptly broken ol and covered with roses and vines. The e,-owd which attended the fu neral numbered about 6ot0, many of whom were visitors from different point In Texss. Among those present were Gordon Russell. Cone Johnson of Tylr. T. M. Camplwll of Palestine. Jac k O. Hums of Gladewater, J. I. nrncfcflo'd of MenJerson anil Mr. Flarn wcll of Gilmer. I-nrge delegations of Masons attend ed from surrounding towns. The re mains were laid to rest with Masonic honors Just aa the sua sank In the horizon.- All stores and banks closed at noon and business was suspended, the trecti btlng entirely deserted. p HOLD UP A FAILURE. Grand Opera Mouse. Coming Attraction -RETURN ENGAGE WENT OF THE- STANDS OF BARCELONA, SPAIN a TUESDAY, Qlfl SEPTEMBER sIIle 0 ur Eivcry iTccd and Sale Stable is the beat la Bryan; centrally lo caiod and rasdf for.cil at all IIOUB3 DAY OR NIGHT t'&-'r-. Ondcrtabing and mbalmfafl t a special fetturs of our bulos. Ws htr iupr1ir aqaipmsot sod a eomplela stock of Coffin,, Cuku and t'odarukan snppUei st prices to suit sll 'pooae 12. fflabors rose f CUIf. IMallna far Xal Raaerva, St. Johns. N. F.. Sept. 3. The gov ernor of the colony. Sir Cavendish Thoryl. Is vesting Placentla bay to Inspect a locauon or tne navai reserve training ship Galypso. which Is due here next November to embark 300 colonial fishermen as recruits for the naval reserve. They will undergo pre liminary training on the Galypso be fore belns; drafted aboard their warships. AwaOlag nillUctiaral'a Arrival. Lima. Sept. 3. The arrival of Senor O. E. nilllnghurst. former vice pres ident of Peru, who Is expected here shortly. Is anxloutly awaited In th hope that he may succeed In bringing about an Improvement In political af fairs and save the situation, which, as result of the abyss between President Romana and a majority of congress. Is dally growing more serious. From aaada la Tapa Tana. New York. Sept. 3. Monthly sail Ings will be Inaugurated on Octobet 18 between Montreal. Quebec and one or two other ports not yet chosen and Cape Town. The new line will be the result of contracts made bj the Canadian government. Cndllli n f f'wttftn. Washington. Sept. 3. The monthly Vff)ort 0? the llf Clan nf lha rf.iwrC. Thraa Bandit llaa Off by a OTaray Maa. aaaajor aad laaaacrra. Tucson. Arlx.. Sept. 3 Ue;orts have been received here of the daring at tempt by three American bandlta to hold up the International express on the Sonora road, three miles from Hermosillo, Mex.. on Sunday. The explosion of a torpedo on the track caused the engineer to stop. Three Americans stepped out of the shelter of a grove of trees and covered the engine crew. Two of the robbers then went to the express car anJ demanded admittance. The messenger replied with a volley of shots through the door, the bandlta returning the Ore. Heveral passengera armed themselves and were going to the aid of the rlmky messenger when the highway men became frightened and gave up their attempt, disappearing into the orange groves where It waa supposed they had horses In waiting. As soon as the train reached Hermosillo the alarm was given and a troop of ru rales and a posse started In pursuit of the bandits. A big grocery bill S-raah mt Llfblalag. Orange. Tex.. Sept. 3. Tuesday light ning strmk the stovepipe of John Sifzii k' house, came through the roof, setting fire to the celling, followed the wall around to where the bench sat with three washtubs half filled with water, struck the bench, cut off the four legs so evenly that the bench set tled to the flood without spilling a drop of water. A shivered house block at one corner of the building showed where the fluid escaped to the (round. Is not a pleasant tlilij; to contemplate, especially when there is nothing but the bill left. A trial will convince you that we can help you reduce your living ex pense s, and at the same time sell you aa pood groceries aa you get at the expen sive stores. Stop the leak in your purse by buying YOUR NEXT ORDER from D. MIKE, Jr. Telephone number 55. PARSONS BOTTLING WORKS C. G. PARSONS, Proprietor,, aa JJKVAN, TEXAS. Enlarged, Redttad and gqnlppad with NEW AND UP-TO-DATE MACHINERY Maanfactarlng PURE WHOLESOME AND HIGH GRADE SODAWATER All Flsrors, Wholesale sad Retail, Isclodlag Ginger Ale, Cherry anJ Celery J?hophate, Peppo-Phate, Root Heer, Iron-IJrew, Seltzer ana Mineral Water. Crown Cork System, Hutckloaoa, sad Cork-Stopparad. Goods la plots sad.'qasrts. MOTTO t "Ctmoat cleacllQati and uniform qnality of foods, prompt sad correct service to one and ail." Respectfully solicit the trade of Ilry&n anJ surrounding territory.