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UiVYAN, THXAS. WEDNESDAY MOWMNO FEBRUARY 25 1903.
PRICE 5 CENT-
VOL. 8. NO. 68.
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lUtavia i-nnued Asparairus tip 2
JUtavU initi'i tomato.-, per can 10
Hiilavla rnn t corn -r can 12V:
Itatnvlft ntniK-ri pens per can l'c ami . ... 2'
It.ituvla chiiii.-.I lima r t rlnif t-H twmi Zoo
lUtnv In nritt..l an. I nlli-ed plm-apple. tX'
lUtiivi.i rlly lly clierriea, sli.-e.l or l.iiion
elinirpeiiclie. apricot, years, i-iier-rli
H, etc etc; pr can
lUtaviit r.-l ltt.-il cli.Tri.-i per run
JUtavU Miih l.-rri.-. trwbrrie. I.'ink
berries per ran
JUtavIa rjiiiii.-l autumn p r run
JSr.wk'iort canned corn or tomatoes 3iaiis
for
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HOWELL BROTHERS
Seller of While Swan Flour.
FRANKLIN BROTHERS...
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HOGS. HIDC. WOOL
PtLTS &. aces
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Laundry
Still l.et t he he si work ami ':
popular f.ivr. We hive two new
w.1011 rinmiii'.
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No iit l.iv in ni-ttiti'
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What are we
here for?
James & Hart
To mt c our customer ami tl.t
public in loot,, t have
tlone heretofore, with the liet
ami purit thucjs ami the moot
cart ful pre iciiption work.
Thanking one and all for paot
favors, invite your continued
V A T RON A (J E
The Leading
Druggists
Con-i'lmMi' i'mU
live to h' Matter.
CASTKO IS KESTLESS.
Krirrcntallte f the Alllfd Tower
AM-rt Tbat thf Vessels Will C
4.1 ten Hark a Soon at
Formalities Ire Oier.
Wahlm'ton. IV 1 21 Arlvr- rrore
receive! at tli" i'nio department from
Mr. lUihh. II tlit.- I'mted Statcg charpe.
at Caracas, to I lie rieci mat coo '
the V ii-ziii !nn v. ;iurrj ty nn-
tlu U'litiK tl t l.a'J b'-n r turn-J as
y.i. itii'l tt.ui tlnTf wan intl(I.-ralle
conlmlon In tin- imllir muni as to ll
r.'d.lliiK of the pr.iiorols i n J:t point
In th a!)ni of the or
u: rcin nts. whlrh have r.oi arrive.!.
I'r.'snt. iit t'nHirn !' not know wh.'th-
da'l, wli'Tii tin- nl.lpa ar.? I.elin; hrld.
or lii-thrr h'- nho.n.l lunol upon id. ir
rit'irn to V:. u.-lan wat.-ra.
Mlnl!i-r l:.-n hai r'-r.-lv.-.l iev
ernl ral.l.-eramn from I'rf-HiU.-nt t'astro
r. l :vri.l!ii! I lie a un i. in.' nir iu m
tMiilnir the hli'H. n I
erovHiiR r tlve at
k l.r. a h o( trut
Thf alll.n r.-preiicptativca. l.ere.
bnw.-vr. take the poalth.n that th
tilpM will he returned as aoon a th
n-Hary formalltlei have bn eo-
arted."
The ItrttlKh imhuM'I'ir
Secretary Iliy r.-r.ir.inK
I';iviiuat cf IV" l;i'l iiiiiiy Not Io
inaii'li'il I'V . naati v.
MISTAKE WAS MADE.
o Siuh Inxtrm tl.n Were Hrot br
the lorrin In tiiilia-a-
tlur St. i nhers en I'art of
Any OHirlal.
ti evidently
v. hat he mnt U r
h e
the mattf
an. I aHHiire.1 him that the IxjnJun
rriim. nt wan 'lolnc everythlim nonaihle
to exj-llte 'h return of the hlp.
. n-rl!n. F!. 21. The f;prmn for
(Ird offlce at 'a h- no Iniportaiice ti
the rr.pi.'ht mile to Mr. Iliwen hr
ll rr IVilti7.1. former Orman ihsric
da. Tam 3 at Carir, f.ir IrnniMiate
payment of IT..'1"!. f.irmltn the flrst
ln.tallnif nt of th- F.irn to tx pil l It
C-rruany hy 'iwfU. hut whi. h li
not l'i? until Ma- h Koreign Sec
retary von KlrMiof'-n pnt no J'Kh In
!riirtioi: to Am!' tsa'!'r St'rti!irj.
anl It Is sinn' l th're has tn a
mliin li'rjitaoilir in th mat''-r. The
foreign otll. e ! " not lo'ilit that Wn-
ii'i.li will atrlrtly carry out the tortus
ot the prot'iiol.
EDUCATORS MEET.
On
1huil l'r..t at lb Op.aUf
tMM.R la C laclnaall
Cin.lnnatl. Fh. St. Superlntn'lnt
department of the National EJu atlon
al asHolatlon met here with represert
tatlvrg from all states tod titles. In
addition to superintendents of Instruc
tlons In titles, Dr. YV. C. Harris. Unit
ed Sta'es rommlxsloner of eduration.
and many state k hool commissioners
and that the f jr!
tli.j r.M'peratlon
this effort.
After a lencthy onfrrnre
bUh e.rllcUls of the Waahmifton
ernnnnt. Mr Ilowen announeed
he cu!l tail on the Italian and
Ish amtiassadors and tin ilerniaa
Inter and Inform them he was ready
to proreed with th drifting of th
proto.-ols provldlna for the procedure
to 1 followed in nfeninn the prefer
entlals to The IUkuo Mr Ilowen de
sir. to ftnlfh his work her as prompt
ly as p'llile, and cannot aftord to
await the pleasure i f the other (lalm
ant nations f .r the lnln? of their pro
tocols He will sutinut a convention to
the alll.n reprcF'-ntativea here, and as )
s.M'n as It Is sivned. he will make h!s
plans to return to Caracas If the oth
er i r -'itor natluns w ish to arranxe for
the M'ttii-uieiit of their claims they
will hate to show more anxiety than
th y have in the pant f. w we. ks
It. jrarillnir the request of (l.-rmany
that Vei.eiieU pny to her the 5. Mm
poi ti'li ft.-riltm 1 fore Mar.h l.". whlrh
wr.s the limit of time agreed upon in
the protocol, it Kas HMid that the uea
tlon wi tak. n up In the frl. ndiu t
iiiiit nh Mr Ihiw.-n l the (ierman
n ii.iot. r her.-, ami thai It was not
made In the nature of a demand Or
r an ciilens In Venezuela have appeal
ed to tin- I'-rlin K"verniii-nt for a
pri'ii ft setti. -in f their i laims and
it nit In ihur h.l.alf thu reiuekts
. rc- n.u.l.'
office n having are prexent, whlln ery many college
remu'iiin anu proi'-ssora arc urrr.
Over one thousand were present at
the openlnc kion.
Anionn those who participated were
Lloyd K. Wolf of San Antonio. Tei
Jaijues l.sy. Mount Vern.m. N. Y
Lewis II. Jones. Yysllantl. M.th . and
John W. Carr of Anderson.
f the admiralty In
with
lint-min-
SAO SPECTACLE.
I'lactlrallf
fla.ututlnbUi. la rari urla
Wltliiiul lritUliin
Cararas. Keli. 21 The last army
of the revolutionist under On.ral
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latido, recently advanced to within1
OPERA HOUSE
Oncni'ht. Friday, February
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OLD NAME, NEW PLAY
FL'NNY SPECIALTIES...
Qreat Scenery and Mechanical Effecia.
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INDIANA OPERATORS.
Tbalr Trial It up la a urt at lb. Cltf
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Cblcaico, Feb. it The trial of the
Indiana roal operators hecaa befors
Juilge Chet!ain today.
Minn dlfflmlty Is anti.ipated In se
curini? a Jury. There being eight indi
vidual aud cl:ie corporation defend
anta. 210 peremptory challenges are al
iwed attorneys in addition to c h al
lenea for r.tU!e. Individual defend
ants are Waiter S HoMc. J. J H;Klns.
J. Smith. Talley. J.!-.k!i Martin. Ed
ward Shlrkie. H. U. M -e!and and
John Shirk!.'. Corporations to he tried
are: ltrulll.-f Cie.k Coal company.
( l.i kh 111 t'.il and MiQiin comp.iny.
Coal IllulT M;n!rs; company. Park
County Coal an. I Mining company,
(ll.nn Oak t'.ial and Minim; company.
N vine Cwil conipa:iy. In l.i:ia Kind
toniany, M.(".. !lin S n i C. Cres
cent Coal and Mining comtany.
State' Attorney Charles S liene.n
will take active .'.arc of pro. cut. on
when a Ju:y has lin n.-.-urel.
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THE TEXAS RAILROAD.
I. & G. N
Texas' Greatest Railroad.
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MISS COUY WEDS.
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We furnish or repair everything.
tTiUHSOH MACHINE A RFPilR WORKS, Brjan, T$rat.
f.mr hour ruar
rei-i'oii.l.'lit cf t(.e A ' lati d I'l. s
TlMtcd t alstie Kuurd, (amj.ed at
KM'iiri lid--, two hours from Peture
iitiil u' mt lenty hve minute's march
Ir..fi ;.. . u:i. pont .f the Koverii j
in-lit f.-..s The r. volul InnM pre-
f. 'it. I a a I e ( r a. !.. !. In? a!niot I
nuked and pra.ilcaiiy wuiioiii provi
lolls Cetieral KoUlldo U Still at li Ha
ll I;. H wl:li unio.it l-'mi men
It a reported amons the revolj
tloni'tH that they were prepiirlnc
atiiok the i; ivet nniei.t tronpn hut ti
ii.on i p.. :.t a ma. i
I'very .Inv's il
of the revolution nearer to its i-i.d
President ('a.'rn Ititernls aendinc
troops to Kio I'huo Tuesday from liar
rel.ma In older to tit off the re
tu at of tli" revtilu'Mnls's.
be nutl I lntriiant w-itf I nlle.l
llnly Itimil. tif Virliiifnv.
North IVitre. . ... Keh. 2 Th
narr ate of V.i !r:iu C.ily, d mstiter
f-f Col. Win. P. C !. and Lieutenant
Clalen.e A: iiistr.ui.; S oil. of the
Twelfth taval.'.r. ttit..:ie, at Fort
Clark. Tex , n. ! tiinie here. In
th. al '- i ce (,f C..!. :i.' C.-ly, the hrlde
a as k ven a iv !.y I ' r ". Frank Pow
ell ot Milwaukee, an lii'lniite fr.end
of the lirlde'H father. The ceremony
was an Inipomiij; one and there were
prt-dcnt peiN.ins of prominence from
all parts of She country. Colonel Cody,
svlio U in Ki'el.in!. yent a lal.lierain
of concratul.itions and his hlesslni;
ar lir.nca the aus.;' Lieutenant and Mrs Stott will make
their home at l-ort Clark, lex.
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SUPERIOR
PASSENGER
SERVICE.
MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT.. .
International & Great Northern.
sarar ou qnth. of wire.
U Trie., 2nd T. P. 4 U. M. D.J Pnra O. T. k .
.k-..a 1.
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hm'I UwaJ Lwi Luj
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Unit One iN-alli.
Maal'an. M-x . I'.-li 21. There was
oin-ly one ilesth Monday and that at
the .lmciviitlo:t utatl. li There ore
foity live patients nt ihe la.an tio.
with th" co'i'iitloii of eklit lati.iits
Krave or doulillul Two hundred i-i-r-sons
are now Isolated
Ol.ln llltern Mile. HI.I..
Kvnnsxille. Ind . Fell 24 Floods
from trlliuiary Htreifins have converted
the Ohio river Into a sea. In some
places Let wren here and Padurah the
river Is titieen nil!s wide, and one
cannot see from shore to shore. Thou
sands cf acres of wheat are under
water and Ihe crops will he destroyed
ar.era dale.
Ilerlln. Feh. 24 Severe fcalea swept
over Oermany Sunday and Saturday a
nu in 1.T of dlitimtrous flr.-a apread by
the wind occurred In the villain of
lleurtKcn near 'peurcn nln.-ty two
hoiwei. were hurned. atll at Klelnete
L'....'. I'rusHin, fort) fo.ir luilldlnns were
deatrojed Smaller lin s were report
ed elsewhere with some cumuli les. At
IVdliiii. u roes the frontier In (ialacla,
iipwunlH of a bundn d Iiuukcs were destroyed
Kll.ar Kervlra lllirt Ilia Alaba.aa
Mobile. Ala.. Feh. 24 Kterclse In
connection with th presentation of
the silver service given hy the people
of Alabama to the l ulled State bat
tleship Alabama were held in the the
ater. The orator of the iM-.-aslon was
Hon. B. M. Hobeaoti. The service was
acepted on behalf of the officers f
the Alabama by Capialn II. C. Pavls,
commander of the ven.nel. The ailv.-r
service connlsti of seven plecet an J
cort In the neighborhood of $.i;uo.
IN AUGUST.
Orand
Army of lha Itepnblle Knoauia-
mrat Mevl that Monllt.
San Francisco, Feb. 21 Onerat
Thomas J. Stewart, commander In
chief of the (,;and Army of the Repub
lic, members of national council of ad
ministration, w ho are x.-i ompanylng
hi in on his tour and the lo.al commit
tee In charge of preparations for th.
coming naiiunal encampment, have de
rided lo hold the entnuipmeiit during
the week of Aug. IT.
Tickets will be put on sale by rail
roads Auit. I. and they will be good for
stop overs Ix'th mining and going
The time limit will probably be nlvty
days. The executive committee will be
empowered to Invite president Hoos.
rlt to attend the encampment.
Jewel j
Laundry j
Gives prompt and excellence service; cur work is un:x- f
celled anywhere in Texas; we use nothing to injure youi
clothes; rinj; 'phone No. 277 and our driver will call fot I
your clothes. 0a Your patronage will be jppreciatird. r
The JEWEL LAUNDRY w,LE,ArETT j
Oaa.aaarjf.ltaaa
l The Mutual Benefit Life
I
Insurance Company.
NEWARK, N. J
Frederick Krellruthurien, oreiJ.int.
PAID rOLICY IIOLDKRH 8INCK OIAMZTI0N' IS Joul
Polley cUlma llH.:i3 04 Aeu. mark.l valua $:i.H,Vi'.v
Dividends IT.m.V U
Hurrenilered policies ZS.N.4 2
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Total IH).o4l,e ri
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Mutual rtrneflt policl rvnta.n " ll and peeuiiaf aantif ahe-h ar no ...:t.
blned In lh tK)lirie.ef an? Mnv eemre.r. 1 ha ermpnr I. onfi.T'e-wn for -o-nemK-al
manaiffmnt. Illirali-.v ct It. i H.-f coiitra.'l, fair dealin. with lt ni.iai r
and larga raturi.a lo policy boldtrs In trvptirtion In fHm.nj hy th.m. N i ' k
huldera. a) av ar s All proflta UlTld.nl ait.on i-.l!-r h.) 1 -r.
ED. S. DERDIiN, Agent.
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