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Vol. 8. No. 233 Bryan, Texas, Saturday Morning, Septembers, 1903. Price 5 CenU nniin pt n iiii'rnn ,'ci WE RMTIIE CDP. Keliance Wins the Third Race and Dws it Kasilv. T H I H 111 K H UU 1 14 I It I VlUhUi lllll I 1 ' I I II II 11 Turks Claim to Have YliiMd In surgents in a District. 1 Rrotlport canned corn 3 can Brockport canned tomatoes 3 Packed by Sprague, Warner & Co., in York State Handsome embossed label. Quality of thi brand will compare with higher priced good. Sold on their merit Every can guaran teed. Wc buy can goods In car lots winch enable u to tell llatavit brand of luch high quality tnl Ilrockrort brand of canned good at the price we offer to the trade. A trial outer will convince yen of these fuct. howeii brothgis. Sellers of Good Coffee. 11L BURT NORWOOD . 2 0 Comfort and 0 0 Comes from well done laundry. prepared ns any plant in the Wc have a Mangle, collar machine and all other up-to-date 3l jr machinery and employ none 0 Tho Bryan Steam Laundry, 0 A. E. WOKI.KV, Prop. 0 8 a 000000000 0000 .-L I jif 1 Ell BY 0 0 "'W jjjj 0 Ol H N WITTMAN BKK for. . . . cam (or. ,35c .J5C save Your Blood From poisonous rnoxquitoes, pre pare for refreshing leep and take care of your strength and energy during hot weather by buying one of our "Dixie" 01 Climax moquito bars and frames. "Dixie" bar and frame, $3.50 kind for lJ.50. 'Climax" bar and frames, $2.50 kind for (1.65; 1 1.50 kind for $1.15. wsi Satisfaction 0 We claim we ate a well 0 state to do this kind of wotk. but the most experienced fjj 0 0000 o 0 0 0 Arrtral of Fabrics within Ik pt few Jars baa praoUoally oomplet- 1 our stork of BUITINas, jjf ovmmcoArs.rmouimm. tfjj INQS. rO. Th display I j vsry complete, embracing til lb, new designs and colortnsa. Tb -fk will b popular daring tali ieaana lw FOUR HUNDRED DIED AisJstaet Caaturtar la Allege! ! Have Caused Djaamlte Iloaib Liplosioa by Haiti Sewal Fatalities Resulted. Constantinople Kept. 4. Consul Rav ndal telegraph from Beirut to Mini tir LHschman that th authorities there hav been actively seeking tht assail ant of Vic Consul Magetsaen, but tbs consul In not able 14 slat the party Is anion the person already arretted. Tha report circulated by a news aienry cn Sept. 1 In the United Slates that a balloon bomb hud been found ix-ar the palace la utterly without foun dation. Turkish iffld.il reports Indicate com plete euciose of military operations against Insurgents In Klurii district. Over ijQ li.jurgt-nla are eald to hav been killed. The agent here of the Hungarian sleamahlp line ha gone to IJurgaa to investigate three explosiuns which oc curred Wednesday on th Austrian steamer Vaskapu won after that ves sel left th. port of Hurgne on her way to I'onstaritlnople, reaultlng In tha denth of ttity-nlrie persons. Cauae of th explualons la still In doubt. It Is nw said that the asslatant con ductor on the sleeping; rar was th author of the bomb outrage on Aug. tt. when the eiutbound dally espreta from Iluda I'eat to Conntantlnnple was blown up r.t-ar Kul- II nn l ivtrn peraoni killed and fifteen other lnjurl. He left the tntln at rhllllppoU and was arrcsied there. The aultan announces the gift nf V. 000 woolen coats to tnxips concentrated In Iloumella, and In un nmrlnl note l uel by the prefecture of this city the poulalUm U Invited to lontrlhut flan nel verts. Iioot. ao ks, etc.. wblib ae required by aoMlers In the field. MORE DCTECTIVCS. Amsrican Minittsr Warntd That Oue Peopla Arc In Danger. Washington. Sept. 4 Mlhlnter Iim h man has Informed the male department that some of the Kuropean powers have landed marine at Constantinople. If the live of Americans thts become endangered th frilled Ptatea govern ment will alao aend a detachnent of rrwrlnea to Constantlmiple. Milliliter Lneihman aleo stated that In order to protect the Uvea of occupants of the American legation and the American consulate general at fonatantlnopl de tective had been added to the force there. He mil J ha hd tken this precau tion bcaune of a warning sent hlin by th sultan that an uprlalng aa feared. tending of marines has not been ver ified. No Britlth Marines Landed. IjOndon. Sept. 4 No itrlttah niarlnra have lm landed at Constantinople so f.ir a the foreign office l luformel. but It Id ml. I tli.it If the Itrltlnh eint.SoV reiiulre piiiti tlon the airtbuaaudor Is authorlx.il to mil on the cnnimaniler of the Htltl-h guurdehlp for guard. TRIED TO ESCAPE. ror Onviets Shot, Two ef Vihom I Will Probably Da. rtlrmlnRhnm, Ala.. Sept. 4. Four ronvlcts were ahot at the I'ratt mine prlnn (it 1 o'clock Frhlny morning In an attempt to em ape. The wounded men are Tom Fuy, ahot In the le: John Itrewer. wounded In back; III. hard Klnnebrook. shot In abdomen and kid neys, and Thomas Melain. wounded In shoulder. Itrewer and Klnn.-brook will j probably die. All are white and were serving terms rnnrtns; from two to twe-nty yeiir. They secured a quantity of dynamite and blew an opening In orfe end of tlie prison. They r.in thnnicli this and hurled stlrka of dynamite at the guard The latter opened fire wlthi Wliu henter and succ-dil In pre venting what nilKht have been a whole. sUc delivery. J. II. Kmery of Tike county, serving twenty jvurn, was th only one to eeenpe. The crowd waa l.-d by Tom Knv. ho wns the younget nientlx-r of the famous M,ili-r imnian gang of nifii)nuir. Kil'sd by Lightning. liuthiii-. nkl.i., S- t. t. -Mrs. Joh 1 Rhodes, living near Wood. In Waahlt.i lounty. was stnii k y HkIiIiiIi while milking nnd Instnn'ly killed. The sanv tiolt 11U0 l.li'el two cow mil a c I' Bail Denied. I.iwton. t'kl.i.. Sept. 4 Rube St. I IM.ilp tirellmltt.irv ea llllna t ton 1 for the UllllTitf of hi brother-in-law.' 8. It. Smith, an ex-pollceman of this city, on Saturday last lis was hsll to the grand Jury and denied ball Billy Buck Winnsr. Providence. R I Sept. 4 The' Roger Williams tlO.000 sink for 1:14 trotter was the feature cf th third day's racing In the tlrand circuit meet. ! Ing at Nariagnnsrtt park. Hilly Ruck, I a bay gelding, owned and driven by1 K. K. tleera of Memphis. Tenn., car. I rled off the big purse, winning In three straluht hen's. Ther? w nn attend ant' of i:,0"0. SHAMROCK X0 EQIVL heme Uaaooers Talak It WaaU lie (iood Mea lor Canada ta Ea eaiar ta Capture YTaat Llptoa Loaf After. New York. Kept. 4 H-IUnce. th Amerlcin cui defender, Thursday won tht third and ftnal'Yn and tha sarlet for that famous set trophy, tha Amer ica's cap. In a dense fog which pre vented visit n beyond 200 yards rh finished the race t 5 30 OJ amid the acclamntlona of the usaembled fie-1 Shamrock III, af'e' running for more than an ;our In the fog. missed the fin lh line. p..s-ed by U nnl "then turn d to It fr"in the op;o-lte direction. As the rtell.inee .is ttelng towel through the flett cf yai hta. enlsn fluttered froi.i her trui k and spreab'ts la relubratlon of her rtiry. the Sham rock III. did not rros th finish lln. Aa often s.ild cf the h'slortc race, when the America won the up, there wa no second. This successful retult was achieve I only ufter four futile attempts to sad off the final race and after tha outcomo had tn-en admitted by even Sir Thom as I.li'Vn to be a foregone conclusion. Thin was the elghtb attempt to sail a race. After one fluke Reliance won the two following rare, one by seven tnlnutea an I three seconds, and ths ether by one minute and nineteen sec onds, a week ago Thursday tha first attempt to sail th third race fall -J nd attempt have been made every day this week. On these occasions Reliance led Shamroclc IK. to ths fin ish l;n by two miles, but failed to reach It before the expiration of ths time limit of five and a half hours. This victory means that the rup Is des tined to remain In America until Eng land Is able to produce a genius equal to Herreshoff In yacht designing. Rarely, If ever, has there been a more apectacular finish than tha Re liance's Thursday. Aft'd rai Ing more than an hour at terrific speed through a blln llr.g fog. Re'lamx burst thrnugn th wall of mist upon the vision of the Spectators on the fleet assembled at the finish line, and heeling under great baloon )ib topsail, until her ee rail was awash, flew arrows the finish lln almost before the spectators could determine for a r-erlslnty that it was hr. FINAL DEFEAT. London Sympathizes With tha Owner ef th Challanoer. Lonln. Sept. 4 The firm I defeat of Mr Thomas Upton' rup challenger Shamrock III., waa received In l-on Ion with llst!esneas. Most cf the afternoon papers published a apec-lal edition, an nouncing the result of the cup race but the announcement had itl'endy bee 1 lis omit, i .y the illpnti hes giving the piogieM of the tare. The con sensus la that Sir Th inns Upton has done everything that lime nnd money toiild nxonipllsh and widespread syrn paihy for him Is shown. The i hlef hope expressed In th streets la that Canada will enter the list next veur and roslhv succeed where the mother country h.is fall-, ed. It -cmr. improbatle th.lt ano.her 1 hiilli tmrr so.-n will be dispathl from KiiKland. LOUISIANA DEMOCRATS. Primariea Have Br Ordsrad to Nom inal Stats Ticket. New Orleans. Sept. 4. -The Demo cratic state rentrnl committee here ordered primariea to nominate a full ataute ticket. The date will be aelect- ed by a aub-commlttee apiMilnted to formulate the necessary rules. The same primary will decide who will be t'nltrd States senator to snoeed Sen ator Foster. Senator Foster will proli ably be the only candidate. OIL AND CAS Fisld st Tulsa Ha Widened Over Ona Hundred Pr Cnt. Tulsa. I. T.. Sept. 4. Within the lust three days the oil and gas field hn widened more than 100 per cent. The lust thing In the line la at Red I'm k, four mile west of here, where Thurs day an oil well was brought In. The oil I coliMliered the best In the field A pump wus atarted Thursday nnd by actual puinplmr for 11 period of seven hour yielded eighty barrel. Snyder's First Bale. Snder, Okl.i.. S.pt. 4. -The first bale if cotton that wns ever In the town of Snyder waa bronchi In by J. F. H) num. It was raised lwlv mil s west of here. The cotton waa sold In the seed, bilnglng 181, premiums wer given to the amount of 152 In money and subm rlptions to the two local pa pera for one year. Quarrelsome Fishsrmsn. New York. Sept. 4 Affairs are pretty ty serious among American fishing Schooners, say a dispatch from Hurgo, Newfoundland. Lack of bait and cer tainty that a trip would be almoat a dead lona msde msny foreign fishermen quarrelsome As eom of th American captains Wt the attitude of foreign crows Is reported to have gTnwn ugly toivarlii those who romnln nnd serious trouble la feared. GRAND OPERA HOUSE JNO. B. MIKE, Manager Booking 19 0 3 Engine Dissblsd. New Tork. eept. 4.-TTe disabled steamer lUitbarossa if tha North Ger man l.loyd line arrived In port Friday under her port engine. Captain Mont say on Friday last st 7 o'clock in th morning the starboard engine became disabled and an liiveetlr'lnn showed the tail shaft of the propeller ws broken. The ship stopped, th out board section of the shift secured and the steamer proceeded. There was no excitement among tha passengers. Very few knew of the matter until after ward. Official Arretted in Servia. Belgrade. Sept. 4. A number of offi cers at Nisb and other garrisons In 8ervla hsv been arretted In connection with the Issuance of a proclamation de manding trial by court martial of con spirators who weT concerned in the asaassination of King Alexander. Queen Draga and ministry and threatening to resign their commissions If the demand Is refused. C- Shelburne & Co.9 0 Euccrtsort to 0 tea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a . - PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL HOURS DAYORMGIIT 000000000100000000 000000000 00000000 , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OIL! E(JPI0N Eupion is sold by the .'ollowint dealers: The Bryan Grocery Co; Edtf lire; Hauder liroa. A Co; Cot Bro;Tho.V. HljGeo. W. Ugg Clarke Fountain; Coi A Odom; J no. M. Lawrence A Co; V. h. Baundera; Danbj t Danaby; Howell Brother. J. 11. Mawhtnneji 0 0 0 a e if e a a e a a e a. a a a & t. a e 4. e e Attractions - 1904 ft KODOL tfsta trial Tea aat' KODOL c"- Purifies, ateurtJaaot - and asreetana tha (tomaca. KODOL cur Ind1'100- drtpapata. aa4 all atomaca aad bovtd trtmblM. KODOL aocektraie tha action of the ras- ino fianot ana fivas 100 t wa dljtrrtlva orrtna. KODOL r!ievsa overworked iomak ol all narvoue atrala f Itraa ta tha heart a full, lra and untrammala4 action, sourish th nerroua aystaa tost lacda th brsln. KODOL u th ontir,ul rmady that hi - milling so mary dek paopl vJI and rak peop'.a strorf by crioC (half bodies all of th nourishment that la 00 a talaad In th food the U otfla aair. SI. 00 Sha sohfinff 2H Haas tb tnal slsa, whtc ssliS tor SOs. Fioiatal tmij ly L C NfTTT t CO, CIlUMi Sod by Dr. N. M. McDOOUALO a Nabor Bros e Ini it a vrmr nstronsire when in neeJ of anything in the livery line. They tna will run a first-dasv ita- ble strictly for the ac- Jft commoJation of white Jf people, local and tran- tient. Good b)rse and X nobby rig. 0 0 0 0 0 m The Best on Earth. 0 in O & 0 ' eji"