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' T E 5 I I u JBtgan ifflbotnfn VOL. 7; NO. 241. BRYAN, TEXAS, IRIDAY MOKNINQ. SEPTEMBER 12, 1902. P RICE 5 CENTS 6 O o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 COFFEE ROASTED FRESH EVERY DAY. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 B 0 0 0 ANTHRACITE STRIKE The Operators Claim More Men An A.-klng for Work. 0 0 j NEW CHOI KHAUT. 0 0 0 0 . , 0 G 0 (Srnrrrit nml CnHuo HoiiHtcrM. G00000000 00000000 I HOWELL BROS., Ajk IN THE CENTER OF THE TOWN. saloon The place to fit and drink we hanJle the FINEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. taaTMasaBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBB RIGHT IN THE CINTER OF THE I'LSH IN THE CENTER of ATTRACTION Drinkv served bv a skilled mixologist and flavored with cour ! 'ay. Free i:e water 11 the time. Restaurant in connection. if Vf T. FORD :-: Bryan i Allen Academy RE-Of'ENS SEPTEMBER 10, 1902. NOTE THESE FACTS NuinlxT enrolled 1st year 85 Number enrolled 2nd year 74 Number enrolled 3rd ye'r 88 No. limited next jr. to ft) Hoys from 40 towns aud cittea. Graduates admitted without ex aminatlon to any college In the state None but Male Teachers Ktudy-Hall at night Small Classes Individual Instruction Thorough Work Safe Surrounding Moderate Cost Affiliated with the State University inKnglish, Mathematics, History, Greek, Iatin and German. Tor catalogue aJJres Bryan, Texas. . J. II. ALLEN, R. O. ALLEN, Principals. i gal irsra - mi iuhmmi ta t Clnrlnnstl am! the Ievlngton trsrli will I turn-d Into a circuit for the spring ami (all running races, begin Dint uexl spring. Austin. Spt. 11 The governor has appointed Major Oners! Stacy. CoL ...i.fwtfnn Henry II' .chines or Austin, coionm IS NO IXTK FKREME Cecil I.yc.r of Sherman and Major O.C. HTTW ui il .union, io Trprrwu iiir i c- Strikers (Islber but !j Met JUIest ta Msa-l'aloa Ha Se CeBceleBS TIM lie Off reJ te the Men te Krtura te Herb. . . as Vnl'tn r sward at maneuvree ai Port Kile-. Kss. All tbe sou. here j states will be represented. 1 i la Oprtli9. QUAKKH rfJi , 'U VAPOR Vrfai BATH v . . " : I Cabmeta frr i t'-v',- , I and In use by the 7 Eichane Shavinjr Parlor PRICK complete U 00 Henry fc Itroplon are offering bright new oats at 450 per bushel: brnu per ewt fl; cotton seed meal tr cwt f 1.20; corn. 7ic per bushel; hay, etc., cheap, l'bone Ui. 212 Tsmso.ua. Sept. II. T'ie Lehigh Cosl and Navsgatiun company claims more of the rtrlklns; men have returned to work. No troops were sent out from Manila park. Although a number of strikers rather on the streets the non union men arc ret Interfered with. Officials of I.ehlgh Coal and Nrl- g:lon company. Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron company, and renns)lvanla Coal company ridicule he Idea of concessions being craned the striking miners. They ssy If a settlement Is made it must be on basis of uncondllonal surenib-r on be part of the strikers. . Tbe officials hsve been In close touch with President 3aer and say they know what they nre racking ahnut. A commlttie i f cltlens representing the People s A I. sue I. fi bere for liar- ristmrg where ttiey will hold a con ference lth (Jovernor Htone. THE IOWA IS AGROUNO- Baa lata Im4 Oa ! Caat a Baata Aa.rW Nar rrlara l.laad. I Itlo de Janeiro. Kept. II. The Unit ed States battleship Iowa has run ground near Cape Nossa Seuhora de Desterro. The Iowa had Just finished target practice and was returning to Friars Island. The nrailllan minister of marine has ordered a warship to go to the al l of the Iowa. Cape Nossa Senhora de Desterro Is on the Island of Santa Catharlna. 460 miles sonthwent of Rio de Janeiro. The Island Is about half way between Montevld-o. t'rnguay. and Rio de Ja- nelro. The Iowa Is the fiash!p of the South AHintlr anus iron. Rear Admiral (leo. W. Sumner Is !n command of the South Atlantic station. Captain Thomaa Per ry commands the Iowa. The cruiser Atlanta Is tbe only other aarsnln la tbe South Atlautlc squadron. PRINCE JOSEPH INDICTED. SJa Is CfcaTC4 H'Mk TlalaUw mt Crla- al Law ( Kaalaa4. London. Sept. 11. The grandjury In Old nslley has ituind a true bltlagalnst Prrnce Trancla Joseph of Dragania. HeuteLant In the Seventh Austria hus sars, and who was member of the Aus tro-IIungar an mission to the corona tion of King Kdward. charged w h misconduct under the criminal law amendment. Hearing of the charges brouKht aaainst Prince Francis Joseph nt llraiams and other men took place In Soulhwark police station court early In Julr. atid attracted mucn aiteniion Sir Kdward Clark, former solid or ceneral. defpnded the prince. The nrosecutor altered the charge from -felon" to "misconduct under the criminal law amendment." Sir Edward Intimated the defense will be consplr acy to rob and blackmail. Strict se rrecv was observed bv the court of Crisis regarding tbe exact nature of tbe charges. RWbm4 la r.aailt Saalaaaa. Austin. Sept 11. The governor has declined to commute me aeam sen tence of Vicente Sucetlo to life Im nrlannmvnt. Sucedo Is In jail at San Antonio and was convicted of rape of his stepuaugn ter. He waa to have been executed Rn & hut was eranted a respite of two weeks, and uow will be hanged SepL 19. The governor has addressed a letter to ShertB Tobln of Bexar coun ty, in whiih be says he has carefully examined the applications for cocirau tatlon. and Is unable to reach any other conclusion other tban that Suie do Is guilty. Wahtaaiaa Kopablleaaa. Tacoma. Vaih.. Sept. 11. The Re publican state convention adjourned Wednesday nlshl. after the most ex cltlne contest In the history of the part) The trouble was over the railroad commission plank In the platform. The platform as retried by the commit tee was finally adopted. Judge. Had ley was nc nlnated for the supreme bench and Cushman J.mea anil V. E. Humphrey for congress. The adoption of tbe rai.sy coiuniU.lon plank Is considered as a great victory for Go. UcUrlde. SAN ANTONIO IliTERIIATIONAL FAIR OPENS OCTOBER 18, Clotit Octobir 29, 19G2. FIGHT AT SANTA MART A. ftalulleakta Maillata Ia4 Oatam.a Ttaoaa aad lMraf Itallraad. Kingston. Jamaica. Sept. 11. The German steamer Valencia from New York. Aug. 23. for Cape lUytlen and other ports, b'. h has arrived here from Santa Mart, capital of the de partment of Migdklena, Colombia, brings news of a victory at Santa Uarta by the Colombian revolutionists over tbe government foreea. Captain Oronmeyer of the Valencia says that last Friday the revolution Ists made a desperate attack upon the outskirts of Santa Mart. Tne gov ernment troops were overwhelmed and forced to retreat, leaving behind them 100 dead. Imroediatfcly after the with drawal of the government forces the rebels started to destroy the railroad tracks. They derailed several trains at various points, demolishing engines and cars, the latter being chiefly fruit vans. Several lives were lost la these wrecks. Saturday the revolutionists occupied the banana district of Senega, where they continued to wreck the railroad at the same time, keeping up their ad vance toward Santa Marta. When the Valencia sailed from Santa Marta tbe revolutionists were so near tbe town that Captain Oronmeyer could see the flashes of their uns. Some buildings In Santa Marta were tha blazing, hav-1 ing bfa United by the few troops left there to oppoe the attack of tbe rev Aiuttnnista. The town at that time was expected momentarily to surren der. rtwinr tn the tntat destruction of tbe railroad the Valencia did not get her cargo of fruit at Santa Maria, and be cause of the serlousneas of tbe situa Inn the captain decided to put Into Kingston for Instructions. Offlcera of the Valencia say that hor rible atro itlt-i ere committed durtrg the fighting by the rebels, who used machetes. Almost all of the govern ment troops killed were found along the railroad tratk. their bodies twin terribly mutilated. Santa Marta la entirely cut off frees com mu abet Ion with outside points and the residents of the port have seat an appeal by sea to Colon for protec tion. It Is feered that the revoiutlon IkU will saik Santa Marta when they capture It. The stores there are closed and the greatest terror prevails. The attack of the revolutionists was entirely unexpected and owing to their superior numbers the resistance of the government forces waa half hearted. OfftVera of the Valencia do not think tbe Colombian government can get re inforcements Into Santa Maria In time to save tbe town. Grand Opera House. JNO. B. MIKE, RVgV. Kxtraordinary Engagement M0NTfS EPT. 15-16 OF Mr. and Mrs. .John T. Chick, Supported By An Excellent Company ol Arties in the Laughable Farce Comedies "MY WIFES MOTHER," "The Grccn-Eycd Monster." A Continuous Liugh from Start to Finish. Plenty of Hefir.ed Vaudeville Acts, such as Electrical Dances, Nice Singing, Sweet Mu sic, Uuck anJ Wing Dancers, I'ret'y Girls, Gorgeous Coftumcs, Illustrated Songs, and Moving Pictures. E-pecial Attention is call ed to Prof. Schreiber's Selection, on Piano. Prlces Illiieel For This City Ouly, 5o-35-25c. Advance Hnls Open nt Ussual Place. "Standing Room" Sign put up at Every Performance. tlon reaffirms anexiauut tu tne essea tlal principles of Democracy of the na tion. It demands "the Immediate abo lition of all tariff on trust-wade arti cles." It also demands the stringent en forcement of all laws against combines, free trade with Insular territories. In dependence of the Philippine Islands and a reduction of duties on Cuban Imports. Tbe resolutions also declare for a law authorising towns and cities, by a majority note, to license and eontrol the sale or Intoxicating liquors. The convention by a large majority refused to favor woman suffrage- Ilallbaeata SaleMe. Ran Antonio. Sent. 11 Mrs, V. Koch, aged 66 years, whose husband accidentally shot and killed himself six months ago near this city, deliber ately walked In front of an east bound Sunset train near D'Hannls and was thrown from the track and probably . fatally Injured. Ever since the death I of her husband the aged lady baa been j brooding over tbe accident and haa frequently been heard to say that there . waa nothing la this world for her to ! live for. I THE KEIf yivmwioR H. E. SIMMONS, ".optic tor. 1 twe flrat-ctaat wortmae.HOT AND COI-D lJnHH twelaia luba and aaow. Year id maa m H lie apperiald. Proa) CH Kr- vSssod tjATib faction ocakaateed aalafM Mara Cana fa A. Lextnrlon. Ky.. Sept. 11. Tbe Ken tucky association Race course has been sold by Charles dreen of SL Ixiuls to J. J. Don glass, of t-oulsvllle. Ky.. for $40,000. Vl:h Pooglis are associated other well known turfmen by whom Ue new rare associstion will be organ ised (or Kentucky and the old racing BIDS SARGENT FAREWELL. Lmartln rtrawaa Eaaari Tkelr JaS Mi Mr I. Ika Trala. Chattanooga. Tenn., Sept 1L The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen convened at 9 o'clock Wednesday morn ing, and Immediately adjourned to es cort former Grand Master Frank P. Sargent to the depot The entire con vention drew up In line at the depot, and many, with tears in their eyes, bade farewell to Mr. Sargent who has served the order for seventeen years as grsnd master. Mr. Sargent was called to Washington by bis duties at com missioner of Immigration. In the afternoon the convention got down to work In earnest. Tbe mas of correspondence and rco!ut ons that had accumulated were referred to the proper rommlttees. Practically all the resolutions were In reference M changes tn the beneficiary laws of tbe constitution. A resolution was Introduced provid ing for the Increase in tbe amount ct Insursnce paid on the death of a mem ber from $lioo to IHHii). The resolu tion was referred to the committee on constitution and bvlaws. It la the general opinion of the grsnd officers that the session of ths convention will ex-nd over luto the third week. It Is seventeen yesrs since the broth erhood has been ca'led on to elect a grand master, and there will be a spir ited content for the place, Aetln( Grand Master Hannahan Is an avowed candidate. There are now C20 delegates In at tendance. Including a number from Canada and Mexico. A. L. ZIUANTrS shoe shop. We make boots aae shoes to enter soa gnsr astae saUafeoUOtt. We also do sfl kia4a at repair work at rasaooabJo prtoaa.Sta? at Gtuffre old sued, ZsanalU block. 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