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MILLIONS OF MOSQUITOES.
Qgl A eJiD vanTaGP' FlJV'J . --'.'TT 1 ENCOURAGE U'j LrU'J SAtr atom .ins un r m e V w (53) LEWIS Or CLARK EXPOSITION, TlllOWiTOHt NATIONAL PARK, OK CALIPORNIA POINT!. AND d j j:I it'c cmwirr CDr a ic tad iTcn r 4t' THE MARKETS. Kansas City Cattle and Hop. Bpeclsl to the Brro lie . ' Kansas City. M., Monday. Sept. 4, 1905. Steers sold strong at the clone of lait week in the Quarantine ' dlvl elon, making a mail gain for the week, cowi cloned the week eteady, veals 50 cents higher. The run was 322 cara against 2ii cara the previous week. Supply today in Quarantine division in email, at 2000 head, mar ket seady on steers, cows 10 lower, reals steady. The best steers sold at 3.75 last week, this sale on Friday, with a few teers at 13 00 to ft 70, bulk of steers 13.20 to 13.50. Top cows last week 92.70, bulk of fair to good cows 2 .V to $2 53, cauuers about as usual, $1.75 to2.2.'. Several droves of nice light calves sold at 6 00, and this price was duplicated today, heavier ouea from 9.1.75 up wards, bulls 92 (H) to 92 25. Kansas City packers slaughtered 155.00) cattle during August this year as compared with 15 .000 killed In Aug ust last year, while stocker and feed er buyers took out 70,t.iX) cattle this year, against &"i,0K) last year in Aug ust. With this large demand from the packers, and with Hie improve ment expected in the stocker and feeder trade, account of the big com crop, if. looks like the market could take care of any runs that are likely to come. The packers have appareuelv set out to break the hog market. 25 cents was taken olT last week, and the market is 5 to 10 lower today. Receipts are extremely small, only 3u00 today, but this has no etTcct whatever on prices. Top today Is 5'J, bulk of nates $5.05 to $5 75. If receipts continue small the decline may be checked temporarily. J. A. Itlckart. Live Stock Correspondent. Clo to Norwood's for new fall style gingham. One hundred holts Just received. 2.17 J. W. Batts REAL ESTATE AGENT OFFICE IN TALIAFKKRO BUILDING OrPOSITB COURT HOUSE. PltoXK No. 37. Msve Is offle the oir st of Abstrset Books or Biuoe County Ltud Titles. FOR SALE. Ill acres of black sandy laud 1. cated & miles north of liryan. All under fence. Improvements cost over $10 u). I'riue $15 00 per acre. Terms easy. lWg acres of land located on mall route 15 miles north of Itryan. About 70 acres In cultivation. Near ly all under fence. 10 acre hog pas ture. Good 4 room residence and 2 room tenant house. Good water. This Is a first claws place. Trice $10. oo per acre. ft) acres of good black sandy laud about 15 mile north of Bryan on mall route. Four-room house ; irood well : :(5 acres in cultivation. Trice 9610 0) 212 acres S mllea from Itryan; l.t) acres in cultivation; 10 acre hog pas ture; balance iu pasture ; U-rooiu res idence; 2 tenant houses; ham cost 95iNi.no. Trice 91'). o0 per acre. 271 acres about I'.' miles north-east of Itryan: about 75 acres under fence and cleared ; balance timber. Trice 95.(i per acre. Five room residence with about two acres of laud, lorated near school house. Trice 91.loo.iKl. Ten room residence and 40 acres of laud In citv limits. Tenant house, barn. etc. Trice, 9 Wooini. Terms easy. The N. H. C"!- block In Hall's addition. Trice 975o.io. One quarter of a block In eastern part of town, price 91-5 212 acres ol land on east siJe of town. known as the Caldwell past ore. Will sell in tract to suit purchaser and on easy terms. 3 lots iu good neighborhood, with fine eh 1e trees. Tric 9 tOo. Terms easv. 8 lots near Allen Academy. Trice 9-O.00 f2 acres of laud, with good small residence, bored well, and all nee cessary improvements, located in side of city limits. Trice llHOou) terms reasonable. This is a bargain rs 4r o. 4iv rv 4sv ! Kimift l - fc H n ATI SULTAN YIELDS. Ruler of Morocco Has (liven In to ths Demands of Frseee. Paris. Kept. 7. A dlspatih to the foreign office from M. 8U Reno Tall UnUler. minister to Morocco, announ ces that the government lias yielded to the French domanJs anj given com plete satisfaction. The foreign office was highly grati fied to receive a dispatch from the French minister at Fes announcing the sultan had yielded all points demanded In the French ultimatum. The dis patch says Sept. 4. the day preceding the eiplratlon of the ultimatum. Urund Vlsler til Kreedoul CJ.irnlt, accompanied by a retinue, went id the French lega tion, where he was received by the minister and staff and leading Euro pean official, The grand Vhsler then publicly presented a formal apology for the arrest of French Algerian iltlxrn. Bouxlan. and handed the minister the amount of Indemnity demanded for the Imprisoned man and also presented let ters from the Moroccan ministry of foreign affairs announcing the cadi re spoiiHtlile for llouxlan's srr.-st had been moved. The French minister an swered, accepting the excuses and reparation given, and thereupon prop ositions for departure of the delegation preliminary to enforcement of France's demands were . suspended. The for eign office here says the reparation Is comr-Vte on all points and the Inci dent closed, thus terminating antici pated resorl to coercion through the military und naval branches of t.iu ser vice. COTTON CROP SUMMARY. Yield For the Present Season Regard ed as Exceedingly 6mall. Ashevllle. N. l Sept. 7. Summary of cotton crop of l9).".-ili n reported by statistical committee of South' rn Cotton Crow.-rs" association reported Thursday is as follows: I'fo tui tion, 9.JS.133 hales, percentage ,,( condition as compared with last year. 73 3: as compared with Kovernment's estimate of 72 1. The j , n regarded us ex- c Ilriuly sin ill. as fiom 10.uno.UUO to 10,."00,000 bales were expected. FAMILIES FIGHT. Three Brothors Were on One Side and Seme Number on Other. Ardmore. Spt 7. In u pitched bat tle near Palmer, n small town north east of here, belwcra two families of three brothers each, on of the partici pant was shot thisuKh a hand Wtrnnre to say. ulthoiiKh the six men were continually tlrlnif at each other with Winchesters, only one of the number mum slightly wounded. One fimlly Is named Norman and the other lOankenshlp. All parties were lodged In Jail here. NOTED DOCTOR DEAD. Wss Eminent Practitioner and In Con. federate Congress. Nashville. Kept. 7. Dr Thomas Me nees. one of the moat eminent physi cians In the south. Is dead at his home, near Nsshvllle. aged eighty-three. In 1111 Dr. Menees was elected a member of the Confederate comrresa and re mained a member of thst body until the dissolution of the Cuiif. derate gov ernment. Deceased ha4 been pro fessor of obstetrics In the medical de partments of the I'nlverslty of Nash ville und Valid. Thill university. BURN CHURCHES. Tsn Christian Structures and a Mis sion School Destroyed. Toklo. Sept. ". A mob Wednesday niKht burned ten Christian churches ami a mission school house. Thoxe In charge were not Injured. Insursncs Figures. Austin, Sept. ". State Insurance (Vmimlssloner Clay gave out bis state ment, showing that for the fiscal year ending Aug. 31, 13u5. there were 3 ft Insurance companies doing business In Texns. w lib h Im ludi'S old liners, fra ternal, assexsinent and other klikl. This Is quite an Increase over last year. The number of ngents commit s.iMied by th department to represent all these companies Is 23.733. Subitsncs Sent. London. Sept. 7. The enlihtance of the new Anglo-Japani'se treaty has been cominunlcnled by the Itrltlsh for eign office to the state department at Washlnxton through ambassador to Oreat Hrltaln. Fir Martlm.r Durnnd. Other rowers concerned have Wen Similarly notified through Ilrltl.sh rep resentatives at different capital. No details of contents of the treaty have not yet been given out here. Myriads From the Marahes Oescsnded Upon the Crsseent City. New Orleans. Hept. ?. Millions rf marsh inoaqultoea. which descended upon New Orleans Wednesday night, made life miserable for several hours, but have dlsappesred. They left a IsrKe representation behind them. But It Is expected they loo will soon leave Having- rtrlped legs. n,e pui,ll promptly concluded that the Insect was stegomyia and Its apieriince caused something of a panic, but eclen tleta quickly pointed out that It had a brown Instead of striped body end therefore, una hurml-ns except that it sting Is painful. The Insect Is known as the sollcltana mosquito. It wu driven Into the city by heavy rains and winds of the past few iluya. Yellow fever altuatlon shows no ma teria change, steady Improvement being shown In the city, while tht country situation Is dlscuur.iglng as to some sections, the disease spparent!) having a stronghold at Tallulah and Lake Providence, and being still soverr at points In Jefferson. SL Charles und St. John parishes. Lake Provldencf and Tallulah have each established two hospitals one for blacks, and assist ance Is constantly going forward tc them. In both towns screening and fumigating bodtra have been organised and a systematic fight against the dis ease has begun. The local business situation Is stead ily Improving. In spite of quarantines August statistics of railroads make gratifying showing. A strange story cornea from St. Rose La., where there has been a neat of yel low fever there among the Italian col ony. Fifty cases occurred to date, with eight deaths. The Italians have been In the habit of burying their dead at soon as life appeared to be extinct Wednesday one of their number appar ently died. Hasty preparations were made for Interment when a physician appeared on the scene and discovered life was still exlatent In the body. The man Is Improving. Eleven new raa-s of yellow fever end six deaths were reported up to noon Thursday. EMBARGO EXTENDED. It Now Includes Evsry Portion ol Northeastern Louisisna. Shreveport. Hept. 7. The embargc on passenger traffic Into Shreveport has been extended to Include all "north eastern Louisiana. Following the many new fever rases reported at Tal lulah. La., and Vlcksburg. and the fall ure of Intermediate towns along the Vlcksburg. Shreveport and Pacific rail way to quarantine board of health Is sued sweeping Injunction prohibiting either travel or Intercourse eastward beyond the extreme eastern limits of Tloaaler parish. Local quarantine line are e!so reinforced. NO FEVER SYMPTOMS. None of the Ingliih Family Hsve ths Yellow Malady. Ardmore. Sept. 7. iJovernment Kx pert Irving arrived at Maysvllle Wed nesday night und pronounced no symp toms of yellow fever In the family of II. P. Ingllsli. who died Monday night, supposedly of yellow fever. A man named llaker died Wednesday near Wallvllle, a small town near Maysvllle. supposedly of yellow fever. Loving went there and examined the case mil pronounced It malarial fever. CORBIN AT AM0Y. General and Party Viewed Scones ol the Recent Riots. Amoy, China. Sept. 7. The transport Logan with Major Ceneral Corbln und party on board arrived here. Many of the party went on shore ami viewed the Btetlea of the recent riots. The present condition of affairs In connec tion with the nntl-American boycott movement Is uncertain and roollea are expected to make a serious outbreak on or about Sept. 13. All members of the party are reported well on board the Log in. The riots referred to took place July 22 last, on that date a mob 'of Chi nese fanatics, after attending a meeting where resolutions were passed pro nouncing a boycott on American pro ducts, sttacked the American consu late and threatened native aervunts of Consul Anderson w ith death. Ih al authorities promptly put down the up rising, which for a time assumed serl eus proportions, and punished the of fenders. BROKE OUT AGAIN. Fire Once More Rages In Forests s Msn Bsrely Escsp. Albany, Ore., Sept 7. A tire lwi again broken out In the forests east of the Mill City Ingoing camp In the Cas cade mountains. Men barely escaped from th camp with their lives. Lust week's gre was thought to lie under control, but high winds of Wednesday fanned the embers Into flames. It l now traveling Into the Cascade moun tains, destroying a fine body of timber and lining damage otherwise. SIX CHOLERA DEATHS. Thsrs Hss Been a Total of One Hun dred end Five Cases. Ilerlln. Sept. 7. An official bulletin sni. ounces fifteen row rases of cholera snd six deaths reported during the twenty-four hours ending nt noon Thursday. There Is n total of 105 cases and thirty-two deaths. MINOR MATTERS. Mrs W. N. Dick of Ponea city. Okla.. was seriously spider bitten. Over COO Indian Territory schools op ened. Number of pupils is about Nd. 000. At Fort Cobb. Okla.. Mrs. J. If. Arm strong was critically Injured Iu a run away. Over 200 dogs have been captured and executed at Texarkana past two weeks. CULBERSON CONFIDENT. Tsxss Ssnatoe Thinks There Will Bs Railrosd Legislation. New Tork. Sept. 7. Sen -tor Charles A. Culbetson of Texas, now In this illy. In quo'ed by the Times us havii ixprvss.'d the belief that legislation on noveriniicnt.il r gul.itlo'i of ral.road rates will be mailed lit the scvlon cf congress. Willi h will begin a few week liriicc. Aillivut'.li Ihj bou e lu.iy j.ut mt qui' ' 'y, he rays, the senate wo. ilellheriti Monty and c irefu.ly. "I think the I'ciniMiata of the sen ate, .iltnoiigti I u til not authutlsej to speak for any vi.v but l!i s -lf. will o operate with tlii- llepiiolli ans w hu etaiid by the president In un ejfort to eecure this b-ijtd.itlou." the senator continued. "The house poss, d a biil last session, but the senate, owing to de, ay In the loiiuulttve on Interstate lommerce, was unable to do anything. Those who favored delay List session plainly staled that they would ai(ree to tske up the subject under consideration this winter, so that It may be general ly unlli Ipuled that something Mill bo dene." JAPS RETIRED. Csneral Llnevitch Alta Reports An Of fensive Movement. St. Petersurg Sept. 7. Telegrahplng to r$tperor Nicholas under date of 3ept. 6. General Llnevitch reported that the Japanaae. Sept. 4. started to ad vance along the Mandarin roeal and be gan constructing entrenchments, but retired after meeting the Russian ar tillery fire. The general also reported an often live movement by several battaltlens it Japanese, accompanied by cavalry ind artillery. In north Korea Beet. S. ut the result wss not announced In sme to be sent In the dispatch. The news of the signing of the peace ;reaty resulted Immediately In an un wonted outburst of unwonted work at the foreign office. All the articles of the treuty are being copied. Fau h min isterial department will be supplies with an official copy to the end that every proUslon of the treaty ahull be understood thoroughly by each minis try, particularly In the bearing on the changes provided for by the treaty which must be carried out by the diff erent ministers and departments. The carrying out of the provisions will be proceeded with at once. The news of the signing of the treaty was, -ommunlciited Immediately by ths min isters of wsr und marine, respectively, to the urmy and navy. An armistice will become operative with the official statement from here that the treaty has been signed. Many minor details of the armistice will be arranged 1 nthe Held. The rumors that the peace treaty contains a secret clause are declared on the Iwst authority to be utterly un founded. The treaty contains no clauses w tib h w ill not be published with the ratification of the document. Street Named Rooteve t. Vienna. Sept. 7. The municipal council proposes to perpetuate the memory of President Uoevet's suc cess In restoring pence by rep imlng a Street Theodore IliNisevelt and cabllnr thanks of the city of Vienna. Proposal has been formally Introduced and set dow n for enily consldi ration. Desperate Situation. Ft. Petersburg. Sept. 7. The dep-r-Ste condition of nfT.itrs at Paku Is shown by a telegram from the govern or of I In k ii. who sent an urgent ills pnti h to THHs saln bis troops were surrounded by Tartars and will Inev itably be overwhelmed uul-ss Immedi ately relieved. Knlantf's First Orgaa. Klft'tf. l'Kho. of Winchester during the rvlicn of Alfred tin' ti'reut, la re puted to Lavo procured an organ for Ms cathedral. It was the largest In strument thou known, having 4U0 pipes divided among ten keys, supplied by wind from twenty-sis pairs of bellows. and requiring the service of no fewer than seventy blowers. Judging from this, the Winchester organ either cam from Ccrmuuy or was bultt upon a German model, for In that country, Rntll much later, the wind wss pro Tided by a specie, of treadmill ar rangement whereon tb blower gripped a bnr. euch working two pairs of bellows, like those of our smiths. with their fevt.-lAndon gueen. SttimiaaT rsssr, Very often It Is worth knowing bow to split a shevt of pnper. Suppoa you bud an article which was printed on tnita side and you desired to past It In your scrnpbook. You would paste it between two sheets of stout paper and, when nearly dry, draw these npurt. You will hnve half of the printed sheet on rncb, nnd by the use of moisture you can rcndlly detach them. Three of Them. One word iu the English language In which the vowels occur In regular sequence U "facetious." Is there un other ?-Rochester Pout Express. Ever hear of tno word "a be te rn Ion?"-Cleveland leader. Whnt I the mutter with "srsetil-ous?- New York Tribune. AetnMua-raphlrs. All autobiographic re Ilea. No man Ii bad enough to tell the tnith about himself during his lifetime, and no tnun Is K'xsl enough to tell the truth to posterity In a document which lie suppress- until there Is notssly left olive to contradict him. tleorjre Iter nnrd Khnw. IVnlf lllm I . Itashful IVMiimont Er I er dreamt I t-kissed you lnt night. What's thnt u sljfti of? Mo.tevt Ma!.l n-;i. It's a sign that you're more sensible usleep than awak. MOD SALOON -tUe bt Wines, Liquors and Cigars silhs n. j ony soy 'PH liKE'R 'RYE XOyiREAL R1E onrEyisi ute So. LesJiif Brandt E . R O H nwm.unnmitMm-Hmmniuxmi4MQ YOU ALL tame office and will give hit entire time to the Insurance business Life, A eclden end Sick Benefl Insurance lor both men and women, in Fraternal and Straight Life Insurance com paniei of which I represent the best. It is to your interest to see me a I can save you from $1.00 to $4.00 on each $1000 insur ance. I Call special attention to " FRIEND IN NEED SOCIETY" Every man and woman in rood health is eligible for membership under fifty-five yean old. Many now are enjoying the benrVts. I of life insurance that would not if not for my efforts. W 1 THROUGH TEXAS The I. St Q. X. It. It. has many fast trains through Texas, trav ersing the greatest portion of the state, and reaching uearlr all of the lance cities, affording travelers every convenience and comfort to be found 011 the modern railroad. Hlih-claaseruipuint and power, seasonable schedules, splendid dining stationa, Pullman liutTet aleepiug cars, and courteous ageuta aud train attendants. DIRECT TO ST. LOUIS The I. & U. X. II. R., in connection with the Iron Mouutatn sys tem, operates Four limited trains dally between Texas aud Ht. Louis, the service being four to eight hours quicker, aud 1)0 to 1.'j0 miles shortest. These trains have Pullman liutTet Sleepers and Chair cars through without change, aud connect morning and even ing In L'n ion Station, St. Iuls. with all the Northern and Kastern lines. A la carte dining car service between Texarkaua and St. Louis DIRECT TO OLD MEXICO Tlio I. & t). N. It. It.. In connection with the National Lines of Mexico, operate Four Fast Trains Da.ily between Texas and Mexico via Laredo. The time from San Antonio to Mexico City being only 31 hours, or a day and a half, and IWJ miles shortest. Correspond ingly as quick from nil Texas point via I. AO. N. The cities of Monterey, Saltillo, San Luis I'otoal and Mexico City ate reached directly in through i'ullmau liutTet sleepers without change. This route also forms the new short line via Monterey to Torreon and Durango, direct connection with through sleepers to and from Du ra uo belug made at Monterey. 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Always Ready With the newest seasonable abrics for Men's Clothing. The old teliable John Witt .iian tailor shop can always t'e ilcnenilcd unon for nnalitv. s'VIC and tit sml nmmnlnni 4 Give ui your orJeri. JOHN WITTI5IAN MERCHANT TAILOR. ( 8T. LOL'ISvlsO. H. AN tolloostoa, H. T C. M. L. ROBBINS, 0. P A., lloo.ton, Tl 3f