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ALL RECORDS J."-c-kUthP,fuo V f J. V. BATTS, vW ttat0 Agtni. Z Hsvs lo offlo lh only of iMm tooks of Brwi 000017 laod Utla. fOR 8 ALE. Bonth half of Mck near Allen Acd-X7. J'rloe f'A). Abouioie and otie-qunrter acres tear chir..hoii,,i In southeast part jftswn. hn.oll ... cottage, tenant house an J well on premises. 1'rire 1730. 8lx ro.tn house ami two loU of -mid located four Idocka from !.. j ytrfet. Knelt cistern on pre nUfd. I'rU'ell'i'iO. One quarter block near Allen Aca demy. l'Hht front. Trice f23).oo. Teriua easy. 7i fet front on Railroad sleet out Otto Hoc-lnne's property. Will ell part or all. Lot near school house at tl 0 arh. Also other rl'jr properrv J. N. GOODWIN PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office at James & Hart Dm? St..rj. Ofiice 'i.Iione 45, residence 'pl0e isa-wi BRYAN, Texas. II. B. DOKSEY, :: Proprietor. First-class Hot and Cold i BATHS Shower and Vnp The big thing is coming! Lveryhody i goin to be there! THE GREAT SAN AN TONIO Internationa! October 18-29, 1902. $50,000 in Premiums & Purses (Jr ut r. (irnti.l. r tlinn ever ! fore. Morn and better Uiiclni Kvent. The grand 'nttle rop ing contest, l'alti'a Magiillleent fireworks spectacle every nlht u A (iriinil Conglomeration of the pro.ln.-t of AUT. IXIH STKV A N U N A T 1' 11 K . The I. Jk (5. N.. that favorite thoroughfare fr .sun Antonio visitors, offers many Induce inctitw for you to see thin Mam jnotli Imposition. K XT It KM K LV LOW KXCI' KSIO.N Kates and fc'pecinl train arrangements Our agent will take pl.-ai.uro In explaining fully. L.TIllfi:. 1). J. KKICK, 2nd V.r.AU.M. W.l'.AT.A. H. E. SIMMONS, "roprictor. . T)irw flr-t-rlM workmen, HOT AND COt.D ATIIH pororlain ul and how-r. Your i('mn will b appreetaied. -nmptH.r. lltasod SATISFACTION OCAKA.NTLbD Hack Service to Madisonvillc I have taken charge ot the mail service from Bryan to Madi sonville, anil hive put on good, comfortal'lo hack. nnn y mi mmi rrom Drrn to Mdinviii. Tb ptrn su of the publlo rt""ctf'iil ro,in-it"1- !. Mlla or rnR'' w itb th unl-r.lgnJ or t Ih, I'M'itlf". S; W. Buchanan. III SUM 11 MB IE TEXAS RAILROAD EE Ml CITY SHAVING PARLOR )0 u The Inoua! Import of the Governor of That Territory, SOJIK IM1-K0VE3IEXTS Gotc-rtinr Kd Stj an Appreprlatlen of f l,l(il,iM) U Needed fur the Nut FNral Year Many Iter omnirndatlun Are Made. Washington, O t. 27. Th affairs of Hawaii (hiring the laht Ms. al year are reviewed In the antiuiil report of Gov- ernor pole of That trrrltory. which ha Just Ix en Biilimltt.-il to tho Int.-rlor d- artm-nt. Tli r.-port hIiowh that th to'al aih on luni'l in th. territorial icovrmtn.'ut on June 3u. IWi, was KS7.131. Tin total amount of property lulij.H't to ad valorem taxes anonlin? to asi-sim-nt oppra!s-iiicnt wait $110.-3-8.o7!t. An Im-oine tax Impom d ly tho legislature of 1 !' 1 reallz.-d JS7.3CC during thf flnral y-ar. TIip report nu!itiiltH the rtiniat.-ti for appropriations y jonr.-ss for the nfxt flH.al y"ar. acreKatlni? $t.P'i.iKi0. of whlih 7."i).ooi) for th ronstruc Don of a tr.-akwatfr at Ililo harbor, $u.(mn) fur widening the ihanne at Honolulu liartior ond dreilging the channel entrant and harbor to a depth of thirty feet low water; 1:2.001 for a poHtoflli e ami imtom Mouse at llllo, and $78,000 for the erection and a maintenance of pevrral llKhthouKen. The governor makes the following recommendation: "That the federal government aa mime the management of all Hawaiian lighthouxen and other harbor Improve meny; the maintenance of a forester to eHtablUh a forestry aystem; that the payment of the full amount of the aaardx made by fire claims commis sion, aggregating $1,473,173, as Indem nity for (lamngex to property caused by the board of health in lv.'S, be assumed by the United States government, or as an alternative, that the customs re ceipts collected at Hawaiian ports be paid to the treasury of the territory, provision for a federal building at Honolulu, the receipts of Hawaiian allver coins In exchange f jr I'nlted States silver coins of like denomina tions, authority for a limited Immigra tion of Chinese laborers, Bubl.-ct to deportation at their own expense if they cease hiring out In agricultural work; authority for tho government to dlxpose by b-nse or Ib-ense of the waters belonging to the public land' and authority for the governor to sus pend certain oftVers and appoint their atlccexHor until tho toircecdlng session of the Hawaiian eenato." The number of pupil In all schools In Hawaii is now 17.01H, an Increase of 72 per i ent over ten years 'ago. The death rate from leprosy has shown a markeil derrease for the last decade, largely due to better sanitary conditions at the Molokal settlement. The number of patients there June 30 last was 913. The shipments of merchandise not Including specie for the past year are Jess In value than the previous fls.nl year by $:!''.n.t;!t:.. All of this except $stis5 Is chargeable, to the one Item of stii;ar, and Is due solely to a decrea- In the market value of that artb lu and not to a diminished production. The sugar shipped the past year was 720. f..',:i.3.'i7 pounds, an Increase of 2'J,C7I. 123 pounds. Of the total vahle of shipments, not Including specie, from the territory the. past year of $2t.7::i.7:!.'.. $38.M3. repre hents the bailie of foreign merchandise shipped as against a value of $2I.7."4. 922 of domestic merchandise. Of tin., total alue the shipments to foreUu lountrl.-s were worth $i'i.'!.jI7. and tliosn to the malnlund were worth $21,730,1X. Mator ('ruler I'.lwall lMa.1. New York. Oct. 27 Krank R. El well of Brooklyn, an International au thority on motor cycling ami a fre quent contributor to the magazines devoted to this sport, was killed near lib ksvllle, I.. I., whll.t participating In a club run. The head stem of his ma chine broke as he was s ding along at a fast clip, and ho was hurled to the ground with such force that his neck was broken. Klwell had travel ed through Europe, Asia and Northern Africa on the machine that caused bis death. Hugo) llmhN 'nl. Panama, Oct. 27. Colombian cruis er llogota formerly the aleamer Jes sie Denning, arrived here Sunday from San Francisco. Capt. Marma duke said the vessel made a slow trip because the crew exerclsel at target practice all the way down the coast, tfhe stopped at Magdatena bay for about three hours tightening parts of her engines. The llogota made very good time after that, taking outside course, reaching here In One condition. Cailla ThUM at Warh, Cuthrle. Okla.. Oct. 27. Oattlfl thieves have stole 1C0 head of fat Iteers from Seth Welborn and son, near Geary, Okla. When the theft was lummlttcd Is not known, as the cattle were not missed until the herd was rounded up for shipment to market. Strong posses are on the trail of a band reported to be pushing toward Texas with p(0 head of the cattle. Recently Welborn lobt a $:.ooo wheat crop by fire. II. Itrrllnyl ih VUII. Iondon. Oi-t. 27. It Is announced that Colonial sterr.tury Chamberlain has decided to visit South Africa and exnmlne on the spot the predicament caused .v th- war in the new coloates. Is I iiu' Edward has given his approval of this plun, which. It Is said, has also the full upMiovul of Premier Ualfour and the cablueL DEAD. Th ra,M Wmmmm l,mM Mas I4 Af m New Vk, New York. Oct. 27. Elisabeth Cadj Slanton. the woman suffragist, diet! Sunday at her home In West Ninety fourth street in this city. Old ag was given as the cause of death. Shi was conscious almost to the last. About a week ago Mrs. Stanton be fan to fall rapidly. This became mor noticeable last week, and then It wai known to the family that' her dcStt was only & question of days or hours The children with Mrs. Stanton r tut ai't "7 fVv. BLIZAUKTH CAHV STAXTOil. when sh died were Mrs. M. F. I.awer erne and Mrs. Stanton Ula.-k of New York; Henry and Kobert L. Stanton of New York, lawyers; Theodore Stan ton of parts and C. Smith Stanton, a real estate broker at Warden Clitte L. I. The funeral will be held on Wednes day. The interment will bo In Wood lawn cemetery. MANILA AFFAIRS. Order o( Ih I'mlilaiit, II Is IWIIed, Will I la Nark (isnd. Manila. Oct. 27. It Is believed hen that President Itoosevelfs order per mining foreign vessels to engage In coastwise trade through the Philip pine Islands will relieve laimediutel) the Inter Insular freight situation, ai well as Improvo the supply and lea sen the cost of rice In which aYtlctc famine Is threatened. The civil com mission Intends to act at once on th president's order, hoping thereby tf avert suffering among the poorer Fili pinos. It is expected that a nunibet of Itrltlsh. German, Japanese and Chin ese vessels will engage In the Inter Island trade. Existing freight ratei from Manila to some irt In the arch Ipelago exceed the rates from San Franclsi-o to Manila. Agriculture In the Islands, already Impaired on account of the war, rind erpest and the cholera, has been fur ther Injured by locusts. The advent of locusts, together with the fall In the price of silver, renders the bust n.-ss and Industrial prospect In the Philippines gloomy. Cholera Is gaining a strong foothold on the Island of Mindanao. It Is l pected to spread there as It has else where. Ttie disease continues to b bad In Hollo province, but light else where. SUFFERS FROM FLOOD. ria Hlork. la lb Cnlr af lb Cllf An l adar W,l,r. RruiiBwhk. Ga.. Oct 25. As a re sult of continued heavy rains for the past forty-eight hours, live blocks In the center of this city are under water and considerable damage lias been done from Monk to Mansfield. On Newcastle titreet. one of the principal business blocks In the city, the water has risen Into the stores and is from ten to fifteen Inches deep. The city lire department is under water. Th" Jails are both flooded and from Hay to Fnlnn streets, a distance of a quar ter of a mile, traffic is Impossible. The llriitiswick Electrb-al Supply company has been put entirely out of business by the water and not a light furnished by that concern is burning. A heavy northeaster has been pre vailing for two or three days and the only reason assigned for the downpour by mariners and nautical people gen erally Is that these gales contributed their share of tho deluge. Itallroad traffic bas been badly Inter fered with and several washouts have been reported near the city. Shprd mlld. Texarkana. Tex.. Oct. 27. Returns received alnce Saturday night's report of the congressional primary only serve to confirm Morris Sheppard'a nomination. Morris Shsppard, son of the late Judge J. U and Alice Sheppard. was bora at Old Wheatvllle, Morris county, Texas, on May 21. 1875. and la now In his 28th year. He was for six years a stunt 1" the University of Texas, graduating In the academic and law departments wltn degrees of H. A. and L. L. B. He then went to Yale, where lie took the degree of master of laws, delivering the master's oration at the commencement of 1118. Since grad uating he has practiced law at Pitts burg and Texarkana In this district. In March, 1s'.l, be was elected at Mem phis sovereign banker, or national treasurer, of the Woslmen of the World over ex-Attorney General Churchill of Nebraska. Kllllaf la Kaal.kr. Plnevllle, Ky., Oct. 27. Jesse Ilroughton, who was recently convict ed on the rhifge of murdering Charles Mi Intyre, but who secured a new trial, was shot and killed at West Plnevllle late Saturday night. Itrttt Hiirlan was badly wounded at the same time. Harlan says he, with Ilroughton and Poo Sparks was sitting on the railroad lalklng when Will and Havs peace tame up and fired. Kroughton Is a mine boss and It Is said he reprimand ed the Peace boys Saturday. MRS. STANTON 1 VOLCANO THREATENING, a,l Mar duuiulu Twa Are la r r IfeatraatlM. Ma-itgua. Oct. 27. Since Saturday morning the volcano, Sant Maria, In the department of Quftaltenango, northwestern part of Guatemala, baa bcM-n In eruption. The eruption Is at tended with a terrlfylug roar and shN-ks aro felt ail over Nicaragua Salvador and Costa Illca. No damage has been done here, but there Is great alarm. Santa Maria has not been consider ed an active volcano. There are sev eral tonus and villages near It. It la only about ten miles from the recent lv ruined town of (Jueialtenango and flft.in mlb-s front M.-.ut.tiant;o. which bas alsiut Hoihi residents. The belcjit of the volcano Is 12.4J7 feet, or about three times as high as Mont 1'eb-e In Martinique. (iiiatemala auffered severely from earthquakes several days last April, when many towns ami villages along the Cordillera were either totally or partly reduced to ruins. PRAISE FOR AMERICANS. Lard Iteroafnrd Say, r afln,rln( Ibeia Akat.t af larval llrllala. Liverpool. Oct. 26. Vice Admiral Ixrd Charles llercsford arrived here Sunday from New York on the Cunard line steamer t'mbrl.i. In the I'nlted States Ixrd lleresford studied the construction of American battleships, and also Investigated shipping mat ters. He was Interview on his trip to America, and said ho tad had a splen did reception In the I'nlted States and that he could vouch for the genuine ness of the kind sentiment entertained In America for Great llrltaln. He said hla Investigations on the other side had convlnciil him that Great llrltaln had 'nothing to fear from the Interna tional Mercantile company. On the contrary, he believed this romblne would beneilt England commercially and otherwise. "The United States," said the ad miral. "Is certainly ahead of us In en gineering and administration, and we need to adapt ourselves more to mod ern Ideas." Continuing, Ixrd Hereeford said he did not take a pessimistic view of the situation, ami did not agree that Great llrltaln was going down hill. Public men oiht to strive to bind the two great countries more firmly together. "If Great llrltaln nnd th Fulled States." said the admiral, "were Join ed In the Interests of universal peace, and If the r-st of the world wanted to tight these countries, then let the rest of the world ltsik out." STILL FIGHTING la Ih Interior af Colo i(rolutlUl lleatw Ail.. Kingston. Oct. 27 The Ornnri steamer Hercynla reached h'-re yeter day from Colon. Colombia. Her offi cers P-ort, considerable fighting I go ing on In the Interior of that country, the revolutionists taking advantage of the withdrawal of government troops for service on the Isthmus. At Savanllla the government sol diers are d)lng at an alarming rate from fever an I privations Wlnli the llercvnla w.n moored at SavanllU there were on the pier the bodies of several soldiers who had died there, and the remain. lial not ! n remov ed. Hiserse Is rife on that -lde of the roast. The chip's officers tin I to check their own car.'n at Savanllla and do other work themselves. It i'ini! Iiiiimis slide to g. t I.ical , !i The Munition on the Uthuius remains t!e same. t'(rl .rrlilnttllir shot Iitnlon. Oct 27. Mnietle Hugh Pajet, who married Paui.ue Whitney of N. w York, ha-t been accidentally shot by a friend while shooting In the country. After the accident Paget was hurriedly sent to Iiomlon, where It was found lie -essary to take out one of his even. It is believed the sight of the other will not lie effected. Wrerb a Nnrthrra I'aaifle. Missoula. Mont.. Oct. 27. As a result of a collision on the Northern Pacific between a locomotive cat itlsmnd and a double-header freight a few mlb-s west of hope, ,a.. p. Sayers of this city and Engineer A. I.. Hussy of this city were severely Injured and the three locomotives badly wrecked. Cuaaat Uarrall at t.arta. Laredo. Tex.. Oct. 27. United State Consul Alonzo Garrett has returned to the consulate here after wandering with a party of friends in the Sierra Madre mountains for twenty days, the greater part of the time without food. Tbe party was on a bunting trip and became waterbound. Faaad Oalllr ml Mardar' llobart. Okla., Oct. 27. A. E. Shaw of Mountalnvlew baa been found guilty bcre of the murder of Walter Hums, a promlent young man of Gra'iam. Tex. The killing was the result of a land contest. Sbaw pleaded elf defense. Sl rack bjr a Kralghi. Chattanooga. Oct 27. A Delt rail road locomotive, drawing several freight cars, collided with a Hspld Transit electric c ar outside of the c Ity limits Sunday afternoon. Seven per sons were Injured, two of them seri ously. Dalla. Maa rllT lajared. San Antonio. Oct. 27 Jacob Keller of Dallas, visiting the fair, wss seri ously Injured la a runaway Sunday night. Mnal FiiiplnM Taba Bar-h. Harclton. Oct. 27 Operations re turned have been In seven additional enlllerle" in the Hazelton district. Tli I-ehlgh and Wllkesbarre company took back, most Its former employes, but room Iihs not yet been found for all the strikers at C. Pardee workings. RIGHT IN THE CENT1R OP THE PUSH IN THE ChNILR OF THE TOWN. Drinks served by a skilled mixploqj-d and ilavored with cour tesy. Free ice water all ilie time. Ketaurant in connection. W. T. FORD :-: Bryan 00 000000000000000 FRANKLIN BROTHURS. 0 B 0 0 0 0 0, 0 0 0 0 0 000000000 00000000 5 m n 0 X 0 a UUL 0 0 V . T T T It T 0 S, T T t U L Eupinn is loU by the follow ing Jclkrs: Tli. Ilrj-.n Orocirj- ': K.tir. Ilro.; K.iiil.-r, llr..,. h Co Cola ltro; Tin. v. lhnk-,; !... w. Ill.-irn; P. u Ziil-r; Knii'l llrn; Juo. M. Ijorr.'iie. h Co; Sitiinil'T. A Jolnin; ttan.bj h L-.n.br: llowfll HrotlitT,. J. II. M.wlilniH-yi 00000000 "- L :v I I Coe-s.a--r SSAWM-V-ava... Ttlllllll SH II S I ou can ol tain INSL'KANCE on yonr (Jin lioue atul Machinery, Cotton and Cotton Seed hy applying to The McConnico General Insurance Agency, Bryan, Tetf. Fire, Tounado, Life and Accident Pol'icic.. issued in u-lial'le and staunch companies. FIRE Pollolss wrliun on etorBull1in sod Hiwka, Dwellings sod Conunts. (Jin lloute did Macblnary. LIFE Wt reprsnt th. Mt'Tt'At, I.IFKof Saw York, s enmpsnf anaaiT.Mvd la rsapeti to ui sml rr-.ulta lo roller kll.r. Hl m low or Ism Ui.u any of tn Inodiiig compaalaa. ACCIDENT Wslnaiiprtorrri,nttolli ii ami pnitllr oall sitantlnn to osr Ttlplie.l Cimtiintun A--Monl IVilu-f written bf on f lb lartfH -im)iiil. In Ih wnrld at tha Mm rai ot Cij.i.,.11. iliirifl for dfui.lei,moinatioa. ' A. D. JVTCONNICO. saloon The'place to ratanJ drink we handle tbe HNfcSr WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 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