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omtn Tenth Year. No. 277. ryan, Texisf Thursday Morning, October 26, 1905. Price 5 Cents iv- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 New Goods! Oat Meal Pettijohn Breakfast Food Puffed Rice Batavia brand of Self-Rising Buckwheat. Pancake Flour. Drcakfast Food. Cracked Wheat Grits. Coarse Hominy. -Batavia Mince Meat in packages, glass jars and " bottles. Batavia Catsup in pint and half pint bottles. Batavia Maple Syrup. Seeded Raisins. . - Shelled Almonds Currents. Howell Bros The Only Cofee 'Roasters in Hryan. our strong POINTS Large Stock Pure Drug Careful Service Prompt Attention Three Registered Pharmacists New Goods Received Daily Close Prices on Jobbing Orders THLKIMIONK -ID-li KINGS. ZLdZ. T.uu 2v IE S .TIIF. r.HAIIINCi ikuc;c;ibt. &&&&&& 00000000000 5.000 0 PENCIL TABLETS S Will be told 3 lor 10 Cents for a few days only. Limit half dozen to each customer. 0 0 0 0 0 POSTOFFICE DM Store o IMIONK UHJ. 0 00000S0000000S000 Lighting of Fall Fires Frequently causes minor losses and sometimes disastrous ones. If you have no insurance, or what you have is not sufficient, get fixed before it's too late. lean serve you with little trouble and much gladness. Nothing but Reliable and Strong Companies Represented I im ( at Rrraq fr th Ollrer Typewriter, th only stan dard t I I b I e wnilnt machine. GEO. A. ADAMS Office in Parker building.' Telephones 265 & 47 VISITS-LITTLE ROCK, i HULEN HONORED. W rirloi lb Uray and Thr Ar rsjed la fJlue Dnrloc the Dsjs of Sixties. Member of Executive Committee Inter, tat National Guard Aaoiatien. Capital City of Arkansas Has Sir. J Aunn. .. z;.A.ijuunt nnni IiKtV0lt Ui Uneat. ,IU " r"Hv" fl-BMiw from Oen- eral Dirk, t'rili t Ht.ite senator from , " , , f'h' ami author irf tho "IHk bill." STIIKKTS lIU0N(f KD erlvlsltis; .lm that he tOneral Hulenl , ' n tho eierutlv rnmmlttee of the Interstate Nmlorml t'.turd association, (h'rf r.xerullr Ha a Escort MedlTM I ronsMerr.1 (.ilte an honor. Mmrlrt Attorney Moore filed ault In th Twenty-sUth llxt rl-t court In the name of thr stst" iir.ilnut the Tela ro.np.itiy, on f f the I. If oil companies at Ite.ujrnonf . for tales anl penalties Under tho Kinely bill. arrtln 130,000. The ault waa filed without content or authority of the attorn-y fonoral. Tho Koutbwoatorn Telegraph anl Telephone company paid Ha taies to the comptroller under tho Kennedy bill. The total tat for the quarter ending- Hopt. S9 waa ItSCO. but the company only paid In money ISII1. havlnf ben allowed credit on former law. Oroea receipt a for the quarter were ISM. (71. The company did not protest. Chairman Ftorey of the railroad commission stated that the commit. ton contemplated (olnf after differ ent road a In the atate for failure to run passenger tralna on schedule time. After the hearing la held an order will b Issued the aam a In the caae of the International and Groat Northern. Little nock. Oct. President Roosevelt and party arrived at Armen ia, a northern auburb, promptly on achedule time thla morning. Deaplte the threatening attitude of the element a lame crowd wa pres ent to welcome the prealdent, the only in toward feature of the day's eier claea waa foar that a downpour of rain would occur at any moment. Rain had fallen continuously all Tuesday and Tuesday night. At S o'clock, bow ever, the precipitation ceaaed and the street Immediately took on a lively appearance. The city was filled with visitors from all part of the state. Excuralon train had been run on at! Ilnea and It waa early apparent the prealdent'a welcome would be lively SENSATIONAL CHARGES. and during his stay here. tVhen the prealdent'a train arrived gmith County Official Resign a reception committee, headed by M,k" 8rlou, "'". United States Ben-tor Iierry and I Tflr- T' 1 01 "-County Attor- Dark. Oovornor iJavta and Federal noy Hanson of Pmlth county ha ten Judge Treltr. entered the chlf mag- d.-reJ to the county commli.lon-ra warmly welcomed Ma resignation, filing a aensatlonal Th. nM.t,1.nt Alt A . ... . . . .. .. . ...... . . .... r.....v... u.tuiiiriii wnn ine rountj ciera;. tie 1st rate a car and hint to Arkania. not alight frofm hi car at Argonta. but the train proceeded to Itlg Rock, trie nearest point to Fort Logan II. Reota. Here the president and party alighted and a vlilt wa made to the fort, the party arriving there at t:S0 "dork. Af'er a brief reception the prealdent lii'pected the barracks and ground and ipreaaed eatlifactlon at the ecelli tit arrangement for the comfort of the troops. Nearly the en tire early morning was taken up at Fort Roota and the start for tho city waa not made until 11 o'clock. When the carriages were drawn up a mount ed ee.-e.rt took places beside the preal dent. Thla escort, which was known as the "lllue and the Cray," contested of twenty-four civil war veteran, twelve I'nlon soldiers and twelve for mer Confe-lerate and particularly p leaned the prealjent. It was an nounced thl onciirt would precede the president's carriage throughout the entire day and act as his body guard. say he does not feel he ran afford to run with certain officials In ths en forcement of l.iw. charges that one certain official la "only for him self and not for the enforcement of law;" M willing to do anything for hla own political Irstert-ata. Alleges that the party In "mention disregard the rights of citizen In enforcement of law. He further alleges he cannot maintain hla honor by carrying out his oath of office and enforcing the laws under said official. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. Nergo Crab Telephone Wire Higher Up and Lose Own Life. Tyler. Te, Oct. ?S A white man unknown cam In contact with a tele phone wire that had fallen acroo an elertrlce light one. The telephone wire became charged with IfcO volt of electrlelt. The white man' shout The preel.lent. hea 1-d by tho escort brought Kd Jam-s. a negro, to him. of honor and accompanied by the re- iThe atter tombed the wire further up ceptlon cemmittee. reached the city ,n,j xiiUH too, ln majority of the shortly before noon. Tho street were rhrfrife. releasing the white man. who Jammed with people. The president ran away. An.h Ileal!, another white waa loudly ch. ered aa he passed along ! man. crabbed Jarne by ths foot a toward th City park. He seemed j the latter Ml d-ad and wa knocked pleased wl'h the rorll illty of hi re- 'iown hut not -rlusly hurt, ceptlon. The party traversed Tenth tret to the flty p;irk. which w;is ' rearhel at noon. Tln nioetlnif w:i presllel over by Cr W. Iloifi-r. prvtldeiit of the Little R.x k Hourd of Trade. Wh-n the president tepped forward to f-ak he wa again greet ed warmly. PreslJent's pech w.i louily applauded. STABCED TO DEATH. STRIKE SPREADS. St Petersburg I Likely to Be Cut Off From Outiid World. St. Petersburg. Oct. 23. Over half of Huropean Russia Is In the grip of trfklng railroad men and the strike continue to spread rapidly In all di rection. The road In the Volga re gion are at a standstill and a general strike ha ben proclaimed on the two remaining line running out of St. Pe tersburg It was thought Wednesday th capital would be cut off from the outilde world by way of the conti nent. Thl. It wa said, would also Involve suspension of poetal communi cation. League of leagues s'lied the opportunity to come to the support of railroad men snd adopted a resolution In favor of a general strike of all pro- retsions. Telegraph operators are Joining In the movement, snd suspen sion of railroad traffic. It Is feared, will be followed by a complete suspen sion of communication between In terior points. The situation Is critical and preg nant with all sort of dire possibilities. Factories In affected district have been forced to shut down for lack of fuel, and Moscow especially faces not only a food but water famine. Fortu nately St. Petersburg will have an opening through Finland. rtrttlsh Ambassador Hardinge. who bade farew-ll to Fmperor Nicholas Tuesday previous to leaving St. Pe tersburg on mission of connection with propot.ed Altlo-Ruslan under standing, was unable to start for Fng land Wednesday morning because no tralnla were running. Telegraphic communication between FU Peteraburg and Kharkoff la broken. Workmen of Piitlloff. Koljkolno. Alex gndrovskl and Nevesky work struck. Social remocrat lelleve they have tb government at their m-rcy since the railroad have stopped anil au thorities are powerlesa to transport troops. Thl Is all the more serious o blody collisions have already been re ported at various places and a'danger- nus agrarian movement have again broken out In the government of Sa Dsputy Marg.al of Mount Calm la Nearly Cut to Pieces. Mount Culm. Tea.. Oct 25. Deputy City Marshal Calloway waa stabbed to death while trying to arrest Har mon Home and Jake Early. Home escapled and Karly wa Jailed. Callo way, who was nearly cut to pieces, leave a wife and three children. HORRIBLE DEATH. Boy Could Neither Eat Nor Drink and Had Terrible Convulsion. Pari. To.. Oct. !S. A boy by th name of McCleakey died Wednesday morning of hydrophobia. lie waa bit ten by a mad dog eight month ago. Just before hi death he coutd neither eat nor dr'.nk. had terrible ronvul inn and on aide of hi body became totally numb. BLOODY CONFLICTS. Two of Them Tako Place and Many Students Are Injured. rkaternoilav. Russia, Oct IS Two bloody conflict occurred here Wed nesday between troop and demon strator. The flnt took place oppo site th municipal buildings and the second near Iushlnkl monument. Numbers were killed or wounded In both Instances by volley fired by sol diers. The demonstrators near the municipal building refused to dis perse w hen ordcre I and erected barri cades. Meetings of students of schools who ar on strike were dispersed by police, who made free use of their whips. Many students were Injured. TEN MILLION BALES. National Ginnors Estimate Total Cot. ton Output at These Figures. Pallas Oct 25. National Cotton Clnners' aso Utlon states that up to Oct. i between 4.400,000 and 4.500, 000 bales of cotton had been ginned. The total crop la estimated for th season at 10.000,000 bales. Will Soon Run Tra.-a. F.nld. Okla.. Oct IS. Work Is pro gressing! rapidly on th denrer, Knld and Oulf railway and In a few day tralnl will be runnlnlg to Cherokee, tke connection with the) Orient Why Suffer with Cold or Headache when . . HILL'S CASCARET QUININE is guaranteed to cure in 24 hours, or your money back. Sold by . . EMHEL & MALONEY POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE E. J. JENKINS Stevenson Ftla chine 0f,ia and h & Repair Works 'PHONB US WRIT! US Store Different from Any other store It ji profession and a business at the tame time. The druiririst must combine hljjh ideal of rrofeaionaI ethic-amd practical business acumen. It'e m hard coiubinatlou. It require a, man of opposite qualities Whenever you find such a drug pit. lake your trade to him. .o.jE. J. JcnHJns wa I BUCHANAN'S BILL OF FARE We are all times prepared to serve the trade with a full line of thw best market products, such as BEEF TORK MUTTON BUTTER EGCS VEAL, SAUSAGE, Fresh and Smoked HAMS, Raw and Boiled LARD VEGETABLES, in Season And everything obtainable at this market The best, the quickest Service Phone 282 S. W. BUCHANAN Free Delivery: "'""TOISI; ...LIKE THE FLOWERS OF SUMMER TIME... superior laundry work al ways calls forth sincere ad miration. Now that Nature done her new dress, the time lias arrived for erery self respecting (rent le man to blossom out In apparel In keeping with the season. 80 send your nicest shirts, swellest rests an-i favorite collars and cuffs to the Bit VAN" STEAM DKY. LAl'N- We will do them up to the most marvelous system of gentility and thorough satisfaction. THE BRYAN STEAM LAUNDRY maria.