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1 NEWPORT, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY. I STEP IN And permit us to show you "Knox- $5 the. new fashions and our '■Hawes-$3. Complete line for Spring. Our line comprises the best brands of known mer chandise. They’re smart and distinctive, and have that dash and elegance that appeal to particular v dressers. We’re now displaying by far the largest stocks and richest assortments in the city. j WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN MEN’S AND BOYS’APPAREL. ALL THE CORRECT STYLES ARE HERE. We cordially invite your inspection. Latest arrivals are: ■ Bamberger Bros. Juvenile Clothing, Faultless Night Robes and Paja Crown Tailored Trousers, “Knox,” mas, Waterhouse Cravats, Hanhat Hawes, and Stetson’s Hats. tan Shirts. ____ -______' .. _ Specialists Specialists in Men’s and in Men’s and ■fc . 'ye. j I Boys’ Boys’ Apparel. | Apparel. V__ _J CAPITAL $100,000. /f=. ..— --========r^ OUR PLATFORM i } let / Both are essential to jaiciy. ) Successful Banking. J j If our platform suits 2nfl==Liberality. j you come and see us. ._^=_===* i ! , Officers and Directors: J. \V. Grubbs, Pres. Nathan Graham, Vioe-Pres. Chah. G. Henry, Cashier. B. B. Bond, R. F. Drummond, W. D. McLain, M. D. Campbell, F. D. Fulkerson, C. J. Saenger, 8. D. Campbell, Abe Heiligkrs, L. E. Willis, G. D. Clements L. Minor, J. S. Wilmans. ' . .1 f ! V iSAVAiNJNAH, liJfcAJKLilA, May 7th^I4th. Very Low Rates Via FRISCO SYSTEM. Write For Full Information. J. N. Cornatzar, Division Passenger Agent, Hemphis, Tenn. ONE-WAY RATES. Every day from February 15 to \pril 30, 1903, the Union Pacific will tell One-way Colonist Tickets at the ollowing rates from Missouri river: #20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City. #20.00 to Butte, Anaconda and Helena. #22.50 to Spokane and Wanatchee, Yash. #25.00 to Everett, Fairhaven and <Jew Whatcom, via Huntington and Spokane. #25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and Se ttle. #25.00 to Ashland, Roseburg, Eugene Ubany and Salem, via Portland. #25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles md many other California points. From Chicago and St. Louis propor tionately low rates are in effect by ines connecting with the Union Pa nflc to all above points. For full information call on or ad iress J. H. LOTHROP, GenH. Ag’t., » St. Louis, Mo. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ST. L. I. M. & S. RAILWAY. ' ______________ • t ' ' NORTH BOUND. Jo. 72 Local Freight. 12:30 p. m. Jo. 2. 4:05 a. jn. Jo. 4 .. 11:05 a. m. Jo. 12 8:48 p.m. Jo. 6 10:50 p. m. Jo. 8. 11:32 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. Jo. 73 Local Freight. 7:00 a. m. Jo. 7. 4:05 a. m. Jo. 5. 4:40 a. m. Jo. 11. 6:15 a. m. Jo. 3 . 11:39 a. m. Jo. 1.. 10:50 p. m. BATESVIDI.E BRANCH. Passenger Leaves. 7:00 a. m. Vlixed “ 11:46 a. m. Passenger Arrives. 6:45 p.m. Vlixed “ 10:15 a. m. Henry Owen PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ANi OCULIST. ■<VER BAILEY BROS'. DR> GOODS STORE JACK HERRON. Back again in Newport and Prepared to do all kinds ol Brick Work. Repair Work Promptly Attended To. SEPARATE TAX BILL REJECTED BY HOUSE. Briant Segregation Measure Meets Merited Death Dispensary Bill Shelved Controversy Over Railroad Commission. By a vote of SO ayes to 51 noes the house Thursday defeated the Briant segregation bill, providing that school district taxes paid by whites shall be applied to white free schools and that paid by negroes shall be applied to negro free schools. This is the same bill passed by the house this session and later reconsidered. It was ably championed by Dr. W. A. Briant and Hon. X. O. Pindall, who made strong speeches for it yesterday. Half a doten speeches in opposition were made by some of the best speakers in the house, among them being Messrs. Kerwin, Patterson, Gantt, Thompson and Weaver. After the bill bad been defeated a motion to reconsider the vote and lay that motion on the table prevailed. At the morning session the house re fused to grant a request from the sen ate to return Senator Mears’ bill regu lating rates of passenger fare. At the afternoon session the senate refused to grant a request from the house to return Representative Whitthorn’s bill re-enacting the old gaming laws. The senate passed senator rung's bill enlarging the power of the rail road commission. In the house* a skirmish occurred over the Hale bill to abolish the rail road commission. A motion to sus pend the rules and take up the bil failed, but the measure was made a special order for next Wednesdaj morning. The house concurred in the sonatt amendment to the Martineau sidewalk bill, making the measure apply tc cities of both the first and second class The senate tabled Senator Huddle ston’s dispensary bill. The senate adopted a reeolutior designating March 24 at 10 a. m. as tht time for the hearing on the Leather man impeachment trial. —► -«► - -*•— - --- MRS. HART’S TROUBLE WAS HER BIG HEART Texarkana, Ark., March 12.—Mrs Hart of Shreveport, La., was bun coed out of $900 by two confidence men in /he sitting room of the Kansai City Southern depot here Wednesdaj night. One of the men first introduc ed himself as the station agent ant thus obtained the lady’s confidence Later he introduced his confederate as a banker of Shreveport who wai going on the same train home as tha v/ij I * mv u i ' k ■ a • >-» * v “banker” was a smooth talker, anc when he discovered that he neede< $900 cash to pay some freight charge; and other bills Mrs. Hart readily sup plied him with the required sum, re ceiving as security a check for $2,50< on a Shreveport bank. The two met then went away and their failure tc return as agreed aroused the lady’i •uspicion and she called in the police Wo arrest has been made. MEXICO NO LONGER A BOODLER’S REFUGE Senator Cullom Wednesday report ed and had passed the treaty wit! Mexico making bribery an extradita ble offense. This is the treaty nego tiated at the suggestion of Circuit At torney Folk of St Louis. Senatoi Cullom, as chairman of the foreigi relations committee, made some in quiries as to the attitude of the senatt toward the treaty and found that i could be passed in one of the lulls ii the discussion of the canal treaty without creating debate or a dissenting vote. MACHINIST MOORE INJURED. Cotton Plant, March 12. A ver; serious and deplorable accident hap pened today at the machine shop am planing mill of W. A. Moore & Co. Alfred Moore, the junior member o the concern, and one of the best ma chinists in eastern Arkansas, wa drilling some short blocks on tin planer, when by some accident tin machinery caught his right hand am terribly mangled it, necessitatini amputation. FEDERAL OFFICERS RAID MOONSHINERS’ STILL. Four Prisoners Charged With Run ning Wildcat Still In Poinsett County Captured By Marshal Copeland. City Marshal Samuel Q. Stone brought in a wildcat still outfit from Scott township, Poinsett county Wed nesday evening says the Harrisburg Modern News. He also brought in Wash Hodge, Nathan Pressley and Tom and Alex Stuart. U. S. Marshal Copeland came in Wednesday night and destroyed the still and took the above parties to Helena Thursday morning, and was accompanied by City Marshal Stone, Wm. Woods and Bill McKinney. The outfit was found in the hills near W. D. Gray’s farm on the Bay road. The still was found Tuesday night and the arrests were made Wednesday. Mr Stone went out into the hills in the vicinity of the still and fired off his gun, the fire was answered by the moonshiners, and he and his crowd swooped down upon them. Mr. Stone and others went back Wednesday night after another one and found w here it had recently been in operation, but the outfit had just been carried away; however, about eighty gallons of whiskey, twhich had just been made, had not been removed and the officers stuck a match to it nnhnrnAil it nn GAN8 DEFEATED CRQ8BY. Hot Springs, March 12.—Joe Gang was given the decision over Steve Crosby at Whittington Park last night in the eleventh round of what was to have been a fifteen-round go. Crosby was all but out, and it was a humane act on the part of his seconds to throw up the sponge. Gans had the best of the argument from the start, though Crosby would occasionally dis play cleverness. Tommy Ryan was referee and “Honest John” Kelly timekeeper. The next fight here is between Tommy Gilfeather and Morris Rauch on the 18lh. SURVEY REACHES NEWARK. I i The Arkansas & Northern surveyors reached town late Tuesday evening and the survey has now been com-' I pleted from Pocahontas through to this place says the Newark Journal. , The survey comes in from a north , erly direction and crosses the Bates ■ ville road at a point about opposite , the Magness gin. The site for a depot 1 has been selected near where the [ present city calaboose stands. Tt is understood that work will be gin on the road immediately, or as soon as the company can float its I bonds. - - » NOTICE OF MEETINGS. > _ The greatest work that has ever been performed is now being done here at the A. M. E. church colored. Crutches are being removed from ' people that have been walking on them for years. We have a large at tendance day and night. Meeting 1 conducted by Rev. Loveless. Hours of meeting: 10:30 a. m.,2:30 p. m. and 7:30 p.m. All are invited to attend. 77 d6t 1 Daily Independent 10 cents a week III. ■■■■■■ ■■■■ ■———— Paracamph * TWST AID TO TUI INJUBCIT * A Revolution in the Treatment of External Injuries. When applied freely it penetrates to the source of the ailment and Cools, r Soothes and Heals from beneath the surface drawing out all Fever and Inflammation by causing copious I sweating. 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