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Office at Jain' Pro? ' BR VAN. TEXAS. Special Attention Olveu Dieae of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Rldeuce 'Phoue 201. Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE DENTIST OVER HA9WELL'8:BO0K:8T0Rt VV C. FOUNTAIN Dentist. Crown end BtiJue work a spec talty. Office up-stiirs over Ban Norwiw s store SHIP YOUR LIVE STOCK . . . TO . . . Slock Yards KANSAS CITY. MO. T. R. BATTE Attorney at Law Real Estate Collecting Agent. Not try Puollo in Offlo. Office Upstairs Rohde Building. FOR SALE. Tucker Hotel. Joe ii. lined reslilenco. Brick store on Main street. W. I. Connelly residence. V. It. Rhode Ic. Henry property back of Exp. hotel. Vtmnt lot and building sites in dltTerent part of town. mm edge We have ld 20 K) acres of.fnrin land In the lnut few day, wlilcli I evidence of our ability In turning real eittatH. W'm know It i a ll'tl" i;i Mi.i. ;' to boat. but yti Lim-v 1 w ry .1.. liltlkt do h i u 11 wit . I tli I '1 1; luK our ! 'i ! ' mi. l-.l to k wti; w, !iav ti'i it. ,1 to xxu if 1. . i little ..'..IK. . V liwnii.v u: lernd wdy lli i i vetr tnvui iolily t'oiiieH to u. I'ut it in a known fact tlmr lie dura. We lutve liifl several tliouHaml circular prlnteil. h.)wlinf the ko'I point about Uryan and Hra7.it- County, ami to meet the demand w oKpect In the near future we must lncree our lUt of property for sale. If you ar in the market for a home or have something to offer, come to see ii. We have a demand for e v oral place In llryan to cot from eSul on to (100(k). For lUt of farm land ee weekly paper publUhed at Hryan. MONROE EDGE lMlONi: HDD OYER MYEHS" HARDWARE STORE. WeaK Hearts CLfiY ROBINSON COAiPMY Ar due to lnd!f eitlon. Nlnty-n1n of every on hundred people who have heart trouble ca remember whan It wa flmple Indlje tlon. It la a aclentiflo fact that all cae of heart disease, not organic, are not on!y traceabl to, but are th direct result of Indt geatton. All food taken Into the atomach which fall of perfect d:retloo fermenUand veil the itomach. pulling It up again! the heart. Thl Interferes with the action of the heart, and la the coutm of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. Mr. O. Kwble, of Nrrvd. 0 . mrr. I 4 mettmcl traubl ami I t4 uta u I had hnrl trtwbM vim it. I too Kodol DjfHpU Cut lur about four BMolbtmd It eur4 ma. Kodol DigeU What Yon Eat and relieves the stomsch of all orvou rrln and tha heart of all pressura. Pxtl oalr. S 1 .00 Site kotdtnf 3 H tUs th trial Hi. htc will tar 60. Prepared bf t. a OeWlTT OCX. OHIOAQa Sold by Emmel & Malony KILLEO IN 8UC0Y. ' Farmer Aslntd While He Wat Returning to Hie Horn. ntUburg. Tex, May 7. J. T. Mlich- em. a prominent and highly respected farmer. residing seven mllea went of Pltuburgh. waa killed at duk while going home. He and hla five-year-old mini were rat-d In a buggy, and were within 4o yard of their home, when Mitchem received a gunshot wound In thm left .i,t ii n t. v.. , and died aoon afterward. The her L':lBTVW ,De Cn"J 0Ul UUI u" u . . . u. at. wot ) ana son were arreitea. FIRE AT TEXARKANA. -..,. - -..ui- -.-.r, wump.njr oun.r wmiiui...,wklfl ty tnp ..- cf the house; Lom a Result j one officer of t!u ic.io'flco deuurt Teiarkuna, May 7. Fire Sunday night destroyed the Roi.brook-Jo.ey ; e reprra-autive or the pub n... .h... Tha Mahera of the dally cwipapcrs; one v..ulu iuuiD) 1 w.uH....u.m. buiiiiinic. a two-tory Lru k. losemer with the elevator inai blnery, wan own-; ta hj sir, rrann or jeiienon. in. and w valued at about llo.i. The grain company plare It losa at SIS.', 000: lnnred for 15.000. f.A - nf tha U'ariiini City Southern, loaded with orn. tacdlng In j front of the bulUlltta;. were also de-1 troyed. It I not known how the fire , originated SIXTY 8ULUS SLAIN. Two Hundred of Them Make an Attack on Manell's Column. Durban. Natal. May 7. Colonel ManiM-ir column, which I pursuing the Sulu rebels under Chief Ilambnta. was attacked Sunday by 2oo Sulus while deHrpndln a precipitous hilt near the gravt' of Chief Ccttlwayo. Six ty Stilus were killed. Colonel Mansoll had three mm wounded. Money Missing. Laredo, May 7. The bank of Nurvo Leon at Monterey received from the Refaclon bank of Chihuahua a park- ago by the Well-Fargo Kxpresa com pany, whlrh bad been billed to con tain Ifl.ooo. but upon being oiened by the bank offlcal It wa found to con tain only wrapping paper. Rhode Island Floated. Norfolk. Va., May 7. The battlexhlp Rhode Inland, which went ashore on ; York Spit Saturday, has been floated. 1 Light Froit Sunday Night Denlson. May 7. A light frost fell 1 Id the bottoms Sunday night. I CONDENSED NEWS. Report of Cuban revolution Is de-; clcd. At Sulphur. I. T., Cyru Stanton wa stabbed to death. While plowing near Guthrie J. W. McCull fell dead. Tyhp'i fever I nearly stamped out j at City of Mexico. City, of Mexico shipped 200,000 pesos to Indon Saturday. Electric light ytcm of Frederick. Okla.. Is In operation. Farmers' Union will eitabllnh a wnrehouso at Itonham., There were 27.000 name on the Pan ama pay roll for April. Tulaa, I. T., I to have a new sum mer vaudeville, theater. Seventeen alleged gamblers were ar rested at Dallas Sunday. Three thotmand agricultural labor ers In Porto Rico are on strike. Eight wolf whelp were killed near Nolanvllle, Uell county, Texas. Ijiredo ahlpped at one time eighteen carloads of onion to St Louis. Texas Central will erect new ma chine shop nt Walnut Springs. S. R. Godsey, a Grayson county farm er, was bitten several time by a mad do- South Texas Truck Growers' aso cial ion htld a,two-d.;y sesslun at I'ala clos. Dougherty Holllday killed hlmHelf with a rhotKun In Freestone county. Texas. R. Hartley and wife of Fnnl.i have celebrated their golden wedding anni versary. A youni; nrRrcH named Shaw was killed at Marlln, Tox. Her sister was arrchti-d. Mone Wheeler, a Victoria, Tex., ne gro, had a log cut off by a train, death reuniting. II. R. Martin, ex-president of the First National bnnk of Comanche, Tex.. expired suddenly. A gas well has been developed three miles from Shreveport. Gas will be piped Into the city. Kuglneers of the Mexican National railway are locating a line from Du rango to Mazatlan. Seven corporatlrn have filed char ter to maintain i! ''"ei) water chan nel in Galveton b Factory of Columbus, (Miss.) Cord ace company wa destroyed by fire. A nan wns cremated. John Hulley, who was captain of n Trinity river steamboat In the early 711. died nt Jt wett. Tex. In n fight on tho otli between Turk and Bulgarians, latter lost fourteen men and the former two. Americnn Hank and Trust company will he organised by A. J. Peeler at City if Mexico and Havana. Raising of tyiloon licenses at Chica go from f.ViO to Sl't'O paft year has caused l.ooo saloons to clone. While attempting to ford Trinity river nt Di.llas Hud Webb and the horse he wa driving drowned. The little daunhter of Henry Falr fhlld of near Forney. I T.. died of burns sustained a month before. Sixteen Woodmen of the World ramp formed at Kaufmca tho Kauf man County Log Rolling association. Major D. McLarry. elghty-elht years old, Is dead at Leonard. Tex. H'-nsolf and wife were wedded sixty-three years ago. ixmisiana division of Travelers' Pro tective association elected Ed Lucas of New Orleans president. J SECOND CLASS MATTER. PoatmaUr Gjreral Wanta aCommJa 1 aion cf InveatigationT" i Washington. May1 J. po-ilir General Cortelyou haa iCiomroended t0 congress the appointment 01 lm ml"'on to Inquire Into ,Ji of a ronJ ' wall A V view to erriintn?, wlat Sfodlllea- 1 tn.,, , f the ;-r: r.t s.-cccd class law j . r .... ... .,.. , , are cec . . f 111.3 to ren- ?,V la or-'er that all I: It- ;, lhsll be renrfio r.t"!. re r.r.i t " nded that -nj, r)., ni M. ; the rt!:i:ni'"- .in ic 1 : o s-vn er on, arti tnu mn.; : u;; l-.Iuw: One t natoi. stlitUii ly tae pre!' i d,f' "r ,!,f? rerr tentative, j ment. selected b) th.' 1 ostnuster gen- 1 representative of the publishers of , weekly. aml-wc kly und trl weekly newnpaper. and one representative of tne puuiUUtra or periodical and uag axtnea. ,. BASEBAIL. South Texas League. Deaumont. 2; Lake Charles. 0. CUT XIS DAVBT iOWLH, f!ICAOOVlUllCA San Antonio. 7; Austin. 1. llouaton. S; GalvcKton, 2. National League. Chicago, 6; F'ltfuburg. 1. Cincinnati. 2; St. lx)ul, 1. Philadelphia. 10; Iirooklyn. 2. American League. Chicago. C: Cleveland. 0. Southern League. New Orleans, 4; Shreveport, 5. SALOONS STILL CLOSED. Liquor Selling Charged, and On Par ty Refused Bail. San Francisco. May 7. Two arrests for selling liquor were made Sunday, and aa an Indication of the determina tion to suppress the traffic In Intoxi cants until tho saloon are allowed to reopen, one of the offenders wail re fused ball, and the other's bond fixed at S3. 000. Coroner Walsh, after revising. his fit victim. Informed General Greely that the total number of canes handled by hi office was 319. or which 134 were Identified and 1S5 unidentified. This Is thlrty-r.lne less than those pre viously given. A wall being dynamited fell, and three soldier were Injured, ono aerl ously. All the municipal departments were cloned Sunday except the xiliee sta tions und hospital. The street of the burned district were thronged Sunday with sightseer. Every train from nearby towns', and every foreign boat In the bay rnuntlea waa packed with people, eager to get their flrht glimpse of the city's devar tatlon. In expectation of the crush of people street fakirs Htayeil up over night on tho cleared streets, prepared to fur nl.sh refreshments, and mobt of them enjoyed a profitable trade. In ninny instances the booth were labeled with the names of former famous hosteliius, and the congrulty of "hot frankfurters, G cents," beneath the Palace hotel, provoked a smile from each passer by. The work of construction and tear Ing down continued Sunday on all sides. Several hundred frame build ings now appear among the destroyed structures, and foundations are pre pared for a many more. Reiterate Hi View. Washington, May 7. In a letter "to the Pennsylvania Grange President Roosevelt says he not only stand by his original position a regards rail road rate legislation, but think con gress will take the same position. Tho Hepburn bill meets his views, and would like to see the Overman amend ment added. Are at Atlanta. Atlnnta. May 7. Rev. R. A. Torrey and Charle M. Alexander, tho cele brated cvange llnta, reached hero Sat urday, and Sunday opened their cam paign for Christianity before large gatherings. The meeting are expect ed to continue for a month. Arrested at El Paso. El Paso, May 7. Aqullla Triplet, wanted In Omaha In connection with land fraud prosecution, wa arrested here by a United State secret service agent from Omaha. Call . Georgian Gone. Gainesville, Ga., May 7. George Mnzl Rudolph, a gallant Confederate captain during tho civil war, and a prominent citizen, died at hla home nere, aged eighty. Die From Carbolic Acid. Fort Worth. Tex.. May 7 A. J. WI1V lama of Terrell died auddonly at tit Southern hotel Sunday, tha mull of wallowing carbolic add. !iilillUlljH! wmmimrwr BATTLE WITH BURGLARS. ButiPM Agent of H. H. Roger Lot Hla Life In Encounter. New York. May 7. Charle U Spier, a prominent buslne agent of II. II, Roger, vice president of the Standard Oil company, wa shot and Instantly killed lo a duel with a burglar at LI home In Tompklnvllle. near Ilrlghton, Staten Island. Monday. Mr. Spier wa one of the officer of the Richmond Light and Powder company .nd waa connected with the Stale and Rapid Transit Railroad company and occu pied a fine bouse In one of the best residential dUtricts of Staten Islam! He rn his wife were prominent In so cial affair on the Island. After hi home wa robbed by bur glar sevtrol month ago he wa pre pared to defend It against them when they paid him another visit. Monday morninz Mr. ard Mr. Sider were awakened by the nolso of a burglar, who was gathering up silverware In tho dining room on the floor below. Arming hlmelf with a revolver Mr. Spier ran down the atalr and ahot at the Intruder. Hi first ahot mimed the man. who drew hi own weapon and fired rapidly at Mr. Spier until the weapon wa emptied. After the first shot Mr. Spier revolver m!ed fire, but two of the burglar's shot penetrated hi head, and Mr. Spier body wa found by hi wife on the floor of his dining room. The bur glar escaiw d. leaving behind the booty be had collected. SPEAKER SEVENTY. Cannon Hae Reached Ago of Three Score and Ten. Washington. May 7. Speaker Can non wa seventy years old Monday. The house knew that this waa the speaker birthday, for when "Uncle Joe" appeared In the doorway nearest to tho speaker's desk, and when he ascended the rostrom long continued applause fololwed hla step. The speaker waited and whn tfh hand of the clock stood nt 12, with a smile the gavel came down. In the prayer whlih the chaplnln or fered the following reference waa made to the speaker' natal day: Let thy blessing descend upon each member of thl house, especially him who preside over its deliberations. crowned by the glory of seventy year of usefulness. Lengthen hi days, keep him In heulth. strength and vigor fur hi family and country." ENCAMPMENT IN SUMMER. Soldiers From Louisiana, New Mexico and Oklahoma to Attend. Austin. May 7 Dispatches from Washington to the effect that a mili tary encampment will be held here thl summer were received with pleas ure Ly General Hulen. General Hulen said that troops from Louisiana. New Mexico and Oklahoma will be here with the brigade of regu'ar troops. The Trader' Insurance company of Chicago, which was forced to the wall on account of the San Francisco fire and earthquake, did a large business In Texas. Insurance Commissioner Cloy said that Its Texas business Is likely to be reinsured In other compa nies. Judge Garwood filed with the rail road commission an application on bo- half of the Texaa and New Orleans railway for Increase of carload and merchandise rates, applicable on Dul las division. "STUDENTS" INSERTED. Resolution Calls For More Llbsral Treatment of Chinese. nirrolnghnm, Ala.. May, 7. At Mon day's session of tho Methodist confer ence devotional exercises were con ducted by Rtv. T. W. Adam of Mis sissippi. An amendment wa made to the min utes of Saturday's session by Insert ing the word htiiilcnts" In the resolu tion udopted calling for a more lib eral treatment of Chinese merchant and teacher. Itlshop Htndrlx of Kansas City was called to the (hair to preside lor the day. It was announced that Tuesday evening had been designated ) the time for hearing Rev. J. W. Starling, fraternal delegate from Canada. CHARGED WITH ARSON. Clergyman Asked to Explain Certain Lettera Alleged He Wrote. ' Waterloo. N. Y.. May 7. Rev. C. C. Stuart Ilaln. pastor of tho IlaptUt church of Waterloo, was arrested here on a charge of arson In the third de gree and arraigned in the police court Mr. Haln was committed to Jail. HI churc h here wa burned March 6 laat. The pastor' arrest followed a long ex amination before District Attorney Ho dine, during which Mr. Ilaln was asked to explain certain letters he was said to have received concerning the church anil which the prosecution claim he wrote. RED RIVER RACES. Will Be Higher, In Alt Probability, Than Laat Year. Texnrkana. May 7. Iled river will be na high. If not higher, than' last year. Great apprehension wa felt Monday among farmers. There wa a serious hailstorm Sui day, followed by a heavy rain. Wrong Name Given. St. Petersburg. May ".The rejort of the ussassluatlon of the governor of KlUabethpol In revenge for savage rep resentation In Caucasus, which reach ed here Sunday night, la correct It was Governor General Ekaternoslar of south Russia who was assassinated Sunday evening by six unknown per sons, who fired volleys from revolver at blm and then escaped. Trolley Cars Collide. Trenton, N. J.. May 7. By a trolley car collision near Plalnsboro Monday fifteen passengers were Injured; none seriously. Use a little ."SUNSHINE" It makes old furniture look "''""alaWMBMBi NEW. Call for a sample package. GARTH, HOWELL & VEBD Agents for Heath & Milligan Paints There H. Will SfWcfy First- Clan Vp-to-Dat$ Strtict. Through Pullman Sleepers II K TWKE X Galveston, Houston, D-iIIas, Deuinon and t. Louis via J It. 11. ci 0. A. Kv. to Denieon, and M. K. tfc r.alrestnn Hon.tui an, I A. Ry. to Houston, and II. t T. C. Ky. t6 Ft. Worth! Also between Houston and Auotin, Waco and Dalla, FREE CHAIR CARS. ' If For full Information addre one of our tlckc t agent or M. L. UOBHINS, (I. p. A.. Houton, Texa Jf THE TEXAS Reacl.e nearly all the Importaut cltlea and town luTexa,wlth two line through the heart of the tate. Furnishes Quick and Reliable Ser vice between North and South Texas, and between North-east and South-weat Texa. The Oue Night Line toHt.Loul and Mem phi. The Short Line ml Scenio Route to Mexico. I). J. PRICK. Ga. Tim A Tu k Agt. DR. C. F. ANDREWS Phjtician and Surgaon. Special attention diseases children, OiUCK JENKINS' DKIO HToKK HRYAN, TEXAS. Residence Telephone 1st. . ' i 1 IT' ES GRAVID INVITATIONS ANNOUNCEMENT tto VISIT INC CARDS cf the latest style Send for tamplas The Carglll Company rina Art Sla'.,'ontr, Houston, Tsxas i H. & T. C. FXCIRSIUNS. The II. & T. C will ell excursion ticket aa follow: Dal I a, account Mexican War Vet eran, sell May 8. Paris, account Woman' Hoard of Mlaalons, sell May 5 and 6. Houston, account Annual Conven tion T. P. A., sell May 3 and 4. Chattanooga, Tenn., accountllap- jfawaWBMiMaffsiaasPi : ? r S I i r 1 sip; i tlat Convention, sell May ?. 8 and 9. 1 is No Doubt About It. & T."c. R. R. put you there in tha shortest time. Houston, 11. A I. U. Ky. T. Ky. to e?t. Louis. Fort Wnrth di fl If .1- K V RAILROAD UhO. I). IICNTKK. Att. 0. P. A T. Pat!no, Tatar DR. R.H.HARRISON OOc at t'mmsl 4 Ualooay's Drag Btor ItitYAN, TEXAS Calls answered promptly night or day Offlo hoar to II . m. sad t to 4 pi Office 'pho je 6d. :: He. 'phore 13 J.W. BATT& Real Estate Agent Office In Taliaferro building oppoalt the Court Houce. T"Photie 37. Have In office the only e't of Ab stract Hook of Hraxos County Laud Titles. . t FOR SALE. A four room residence with one quarter acre of ground, located in southern part of town. Price $450.00. Terms reasonable. Beautify the Complexion in hi Dm. Nadinole The UNEQUAIED BEAUTIr IER.a- dorwJ kjr thouaaadat fuarnlJ to rmov IrccLUa, pimpUs. all facta! JiaooloratuJfc ad riilari th kaauCy of youth. ia tweaty day. 50c ad all UadiBf di-iif Mora, nr by mad. HTK4l TCirr C. fW.T:s Tha wront mat Sl.00 at