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Vol. 8. No. 94.
Uryan. Texas, Friday Morning. March 27, 1903.
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T!if Lato Mr. !!nnl: .c T.M
liani.in Hi.' IphiM.-:
what kici:im:lati:s.
3Jurti-rcl llurTi.li. Manufarinrrr
buiwiiiit'd lllui-lf ml SjMjke of
the Allrrrd Rrlatlon of
III Wife ml I'mnrll.
Indianapotl. fn! . Mirrh 2"! F. U
Kurillck. ibf m ir-li-rnt IlufTalo nianu
farturiT. confl hi trouM to ll-T-tort
fC!''. aitvrrtHinj tnana?'r of t.V?
Nri)yl(t k Maroien Co.. In thl cltjr,
on! a f.-w w-fk ti-fure hN .lal IkxIn'
ai f mil I In tli IturiJIrk iiianiion
Mr. IliinUck an ) Mr. Itl -i . rn prr
anu fri-ncl. Tb? form'-r' lut i!t
hT n m Jan. 27. wU-n be tall 'l
on Mr. Rio. h apixarol trmiMo J.
and h took th f!rt (p(irt'in!ty ti
nr.'joKom h!m if to Mr. JU-. "lie
"ill I' rinr 11 an. I h:n rit to lijf
falu an l wti tak-n Into to, fty." ni l
Mr. Ulrt. "inj that the arqualntinr e
of hl wifo aril hlm-flf with IVr.nflij
aoon rtin-l Into frkn'J.-hlp ar.d the
I'enrn-'U hJ thu frefdom cf the Dir
dlik hiniH
-Hn n'., lvnn-ll wi a brilliant
chap nr! ,)-. r. I that h a lmlred him
and kn. M wif a!mlrr Mm
He tal l . r r ' I and Mr
ifni'd to enj.jy . . t, i.tl.ir'j ron:piDy
partU ularly. but that h baJ tu lua
plctonj at flrat.
"ll'irdlfk raid h af!rwer1 learned
that rrcnell and Mr. Iturdkk were
havlnjt clanileitlne m-llng. He tall
he confronted both Mri. Burdlck anl
I'ennill with arujatlnni, anl both
confr4e4 to tivlnj bad ItEproper r-Utlona.
fii-fny (ru.r.i'T. lar 'Hi m b.J
T' t , !n I'll I -nf of hU tro'iMi-."
Mr. K'.ri' m'.! ) alc'l ! 1 1 . : it b v
he nut VVA th nin who hat
an In rrtl"'1 b!' a" ' n ir'i.k Tr , i
ini aur n n 'i.)r.g i ri r t ,,i-);t,t
Of On l-0!int if t'i r':!!.ln.n M-
Rl'-e wivn fl !'.-f Aforn-y j
unworn iciru: i. iriiinj; him .'
n-ir-ilck'n r-inf s.i ,n to him with i
view of lomra ; rt:-nr tl. evidt-nre tnn
tend to be-mirch It iriliik'a rhirartr
Itlre aa mI Uurll'-li ha t not bad hahln
that he knrw tt. anl that he alwaya
.n! Krtl bin: k:i eitimable man.
BREAK AT DRIERS.
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One IUpnri4 lli l.inont HUtoiir
I'Unlallna ut Ai.l-IU-II uta !).
Na'ct.ej. Mi, Marrh 2'. A brenV
In lf, prl-.ati !.. at The Hrlera, on
of th b".t plantation In the county.
lo at-d aliDiit twciiij ono mll bt-low
this city, fliM).tf tiic place, and It la
now fr:m fo'.ir to five f.-t under wat-r.
Tht llrli-r wan prntictt-d by a larKi
private li'vt n runnlnte all anmnd thro'
He of ll. and an a protwtl'in fruni
the rear, a eve wnt built thro'igh tL
pla(- ; arailuj: tb" M antf U l'.uni
n-rldi'itco, t?ii' iiiartt'r houn . ln. eta
bin un l I'm:!:. Thin bark l.-vi-o brokf
Vcilnti-ilay niorn I n ir. and a mmtitniriT
was (IIialctit'il to Xatrhi-z fur the
ttranif.T St. JiiFejih to co dowo for tb
tix-k. orne 1n head tu lnic on the
pla-. Tlu rt aio aio Jim aarka nf
toiioiu- . on tl.; prounJ under ibl.
and It Ih f.:red nil thl will be lost
Adjoining plantation will not be af
fected by thl break, a they have been
undrr water for almcmt two week.
Tt Itrlri Ij on of the m,t limm i
ilm al.o. I plare alun? the rivrr, as It wr.s there
Fl'irdlrk tk,t Jetfewn Pavls. pr-ji nt of the
lonrrdrrsfy. cjurt-l and married the
wife who aurwvfrd hlra. The place I
ow the property of Krank E. Lowe,
of Cairo, 111.
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.'n f t' i' rr .'! r . T!,i m pro:n--..h
w,'.. .i'.j.i (i ..ti. hr n.i ,. : ir
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a lt "f .! us pl.i. . h anl
.Ut. v.: !.' "Ut In i .ri'n r On i 4 p,v
I1 ! W.I., a ! !: n I -I it p.ir !!i k
tlin'iK'..' In' rri lp!n n l iorr'itly.
"A -i iHip.ml.vi ,y dft.-t Ivm went
tu the aiMri'i anl f.iun 1 Vtm II anl
Mm. IIikiII. k t'S'i-ther.
' II- '.- ! ml 11 1' I to obtain a dlvorrc.
be 11. I llurdl.k lull a onfcreiire
with pi mi. 11 anl Mm Ilir.lU k uml
ri'iiTnii und Die wnrnaii air..f, that
!i, y would not cnitt tbi ii,t for ill
vonr. but would aid In cttrlnic It In
a (iin t way. to avoid notoriety a
niinh .u p.ieiilMe. Instead they put
U.'ti' tU fit on the tra, k of Mr. IlurJl. k,
bavlllu renolved between ttiemnelvrj
that t li y would content the ult,
"li ir l:. k ful l the iet.i t Iv.-n follow
fd rii'iy move be made and trumpet
up a lot of false evl li'Tii-e ailnflt him
whli h involve I bin frb-nd. respectable
people, of wiiiiin be thoim-ht a great
Je .1
"l!ur 1,1. il! I Dot know of th evl
iletui' 0 11 11, I ai-iin.'t him utitll aft
ir the lite, 1,1 1 reported to Ten-
Ii. II nn I V : IVirduk. llieythen en
ili.ivuiel to k ' hl:n to wiili, '.raw his,
i"il fir 'I'vniie, ilirea'enii))- t.i 11-e
111 Ii vi li n c n would t' n.l t.i lie-
ni :r 11 ine iirii.i Ter or several re-mi.-,
t il I- p.-r...;n Mr. It-irdi.-k ald
thit tM 1 Mi lnii'i' nan all untrue
II- i- i:d '!i II 11 II. k called on him
nn I ple.i e 1 w.!h l.itn fur the privi
lege nf b;n in.: t!i- cl.l! Iri 11 with h-r
an I that b- nin, r.ti I to let her have
one nt a time If ,,!ie wuuld ilellv. r Into
hli billli t'i- flbe e!.-'i it'.- 'e
pare,) ai; 1 n-t Mm, n'ld not to mtk 11-ie
of It. TI.U t.li- ref i-e.d to do. He
an Id Mr, llirli. k tmd blm that lie
loved I'eniii 11 in a way n!ie could never
love htni.
"He Mil.l that on more than nne oe
rsnlun I'-nnell had threaten-I to com
mit nu! I l.
"ia"unlkk waj heartbroken and coni-
CIMINISHED RATE.
Bll4 Ttl tha Kirn Taao ItalU Will
IU Kparxl lMlalloa.
VIckburp. Miei., March 2. Anoth
er day of fair weather combined with a
dlmlnlahed rate of rise In the river ha
raised LUh hope In the heart of the
dwellers behind the levees, and while
the danj;er I not y.-t past, tt la not be
lieved that the rich Vaioo delta will
be spared tho calamity of an overflow.
The rlr here came to a atandntlll
Tuesday evening at U 4 and remained
stationary all day Wednesday- Thl
la a for lower than the 1837 record.
Tho cioit serious feature Just now Is!
me uaneer that rail communication to
the north will n entirely severed. For
ten mile north of the Yaroo bridge
the Vali-y track are from a foot to
eighteen Inchi under water with the
tide tia,:ily rising If train servl. e
I uspen.i.jd It will mean much dis
tress, as the peo,iH livhur in that ter
ritory will have no un-ana of gettlna
CASTRO'S
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MESSAGE.
tt Tlial III A bill, utl.ii. m, a
Iiiij- Imp.Mr.l t pnu Mini.
Caracas. M.inh :C In lit nji..c!al
niexnaK" Piesident C'aMro thy.
"U'lien I abdiiate.l it w.n not from
my ma!l nun-led nor Interested cil
culutlon. i.t;ll es w,n It the result of
any eorry or rlillculoiis farce, which
has no place In a heart warmed by
the h at of great Ideal."
He 1 1. en a s rnat ho believos hN
abiln aiion u a duty I m nosed ntM,n
blm In the Interest of the peace of
the republic.
u.t.i my reparation to-day," b"
ays. "noboily would lose and all
would Knln since this would lmpl
thn my efforts and my nai rlflces were
aUnvj and tin t-r all cr -umstanre
at ll.e niTviii of the republic at ft sj
nrt oil."
After as.-lne In review the ofhr
dimciiltle in the way of the irovern
ment he rays be raw how hi Inten
tions w-re nr.sreprKetite. and he wan
(!lhea:t. r.ed and nt tha' moment re
Htm d. t ut i.cw will (ontlmic as ores-
blent.
SENSATIONAL STORY.
AllS' t Attfitipt In lii,li, l,ra Mem
lrr nf llie ( al.liirl.
Winona. Minn.. March :-An alleg
ed ntti-:nit to kllna;i and hold as prla
oner In Montana or Colorado. Secre
tary of the Treasury Slitw, Sivre'ary
of War Hoot an Attorney flcneTal
Knox m rnnflle-i to Conitressman
Tawi.i v by T C. I'rrmont, a mgro ora
tor of Wa'rfovrn. S I) Prenmnt re
fuel tj divulge t!: source of hU In
formation, but in-lstr-d that It wn cor
rect. CcnKresnian Tawn-y places no
credence in Kreemont' story, but has
aJvli-ed S-rrtry Shaw of the report
Fr-eniont alo mil 1 It was Intended
to assu.ttiinstc the president on hli
weatern trip, but this was Riven up.
MI....,M, Kinr (' in i. Ion.
Metnjdilrt. M.i-ih Cil. This Mlssl
ell!i liver i otiiii-ls-hoi on Km steamer
Mi:n -Us!; p'. en rout.. fi.,m St. I.oulf
to N-w ): '. arm on a I.Uli water In
speitloii tour r.Mlv.'i m Memphis
shortly after nnon W-dTi-sdav. Tin
com illusion ..tt Rt ; o'i lock for thn
south . ;o;is w . j l , it n a-
points of lute rent and nt ni,n t nf Mi
larRer tnws Tin- mimi's .on In lal.
Iiik n il ll!l!-HV of th" Hi - nt unprece
dented flood to ln-;,.( t th- l-ve- co,
d lions and it will be R iided larKdy
by th. data ami Information mmied
ion this trip In making tho next allot
merit of fund.
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GACXOX-rOLLOCK STOCK CO,
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GRAND Ol'ERA HOUSE
Jno. B. Mike. Manager
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Eupion is sold by the following dealers:
7j Bryan Grocery Co; Edjre Bros; Zander Broa. A Coi
Cole Broa; Thoa. W. Ilis; (Jeo. W. INm; D. C
Zuber; Cox A Odom; Jno. M. Ijiwrence 4
Co; V. h. fiannder; Dansby A
Danhby; Howell Brother.
J. II. Mawhlnney,
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Laundry
Gives prompt and excellence service; our work is unex
celled anywhere in Texas; we ue nothing to injure youi
cledhes; ring 'pllu" N- 277 and our driver will call fin
your cloihes. 00 Your patronage will le appreciated.
The JEWEL LAUNDRY w,L?tAorR.RETT
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What are we
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To serve our customers an.l
public in Kioi. as we liav
ilonc heretofore, with the best
and purist (lrus nn.l the ino't
careful prescription wot!..
Thanking one aiul all (or past
favors, invite your continued
r a t r o n a (; i:
James & Hart
The Leading
Druggists
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