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PERFUMERY -TOILET ARTICLES DON'T YOU WANT THE BEST? Ton will lad oar Mock le.ji I umv ;.ir wk palmer's eeley's, Viola and California Per fames and Violet Waters. AIM. I'..- riticat Combs, Brushes, and in the We want your PRESCRIP TIONS. We otter Compe- eat rvleud pur Drug oalr II. A T. V. Time CJrd, llryan Northbound Mo 1 UMHpm Southbound No 4 4:03 p Northbound No 3 107 am Boothboond v- 1 1:4 a m I. at U N. Time Titlilr, llearnr, wrr nD. Ko. 1 lv 106 a m. Mo. 3 ieevee U lift a. m. BAST BOUND. So. 2 lave MB a. m No. 4 layes :iw .01 set wax Hraax amd abtokio. No. u, laavra llern. 3 10 p. ni. No. 10, arrlvaa at Haarna , . .11:56 a. m II. T. C. Time Tallin Ileum r BoBTH BOCMII, No. 1 arrlvaa It-Vlp. m No. 3 arrlvaa 2:46 a. a LOCAL NEWS. M. H Wlllia ol I 'oral, ana, la in tba city. Fresh niackrral just re, . .. I at K. M Wilson's. W Mra. D. I.. M. Naeley wrat to Calvert yeaterday. Mra. Will - A, lama retnrnrxl to Kn- ...natMju . Two up ataira rouia for tent. Apply I :.w.b if I II Judge A. C. Hrieu rrtorned yeaterday Ir m Navaaota. NIc freh prairie hav ( heap at ('. I Mre's Iraal store. 107 Try the old reliable Troy la..ndry. i:. B. lomai, agent. IH3tl Mr.. D. D. Dawwn and 1 bildren left yalHy to viait in Wro. Just raceivad at tAg lie a car of at tra fine North Tia corn. 1V6 I'rof. K. V. Hmlth of Colleg baa ju.t . 1 . ..I. 1 .. - iimi iron, 10a 1 aiuianoie. Miase Mauit and Kaanie MrMorrlr. left yeeterdav to viait in Iranklin. Dr. ) H. Johnaon and little daughter came up from Navaaota yeaterday "Koyal It ue a strictly brat , .aaa 6c cigar sold only ty Q, G. Par an. I06U Whan you want Ui aJoy a nice drive gat on of IraGoocb'. nobby turn out, dtf Mra. I.. I.eetarjette and daughter, Mia. far rie went to Navaaota yeaterday af ternoon. You get large achoooer ol first, cold ' f,,r 5 rente at the American beer ball. I w'dl Writr your name plainly on all park. y ige for tb Trv laundry. K. H. 1 JBjat, agent PttMO 17. Ml Miss Id.lelte Wet, Wo..l-tarver. Orders and pupil, receive.1. amp lea ol work at Tyler llaswell's, ItWtl For rtenl Kigbt lta (avoravly Im-at. a. 1 for a cotton yanl In nortliern part of town. Apply to W. T. Young at court boa. tf Capt. It. T. Boyle lelt yesterday to at tend ilia e 'onfederaie reunion at At lanta, Ga. The county rouiuii.alonera bnibel tliwir w,rk aa a hoard of jualiiation venter. In after no., n and ailjoiirn,!. Kead.lolin M. Caldaell'a ad givii.g no'.ice of hi removal .ale thi. month, lie will be lorcted at Head' drug. tore alter August. UNlf I r pure fountain and liottle aotla, tr. I'epier, and all the lateat lead links, , audit a, fruits, nuts, etc., call on (' Q, I'araons. HOlf Dt. H. W. Itcad and wile and daugb Jer, Mia, Di. Collom, rrturnel lo frx ark an a yesterday after a wit to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wipprecli!. Joe B, Iteed'a unman, - rompanu a hav all alopte,l the ollry of paying death ilaima arising Irom ihe war with paln. For arrnUuit and lift iiisiiien, e either in lodge or straight life o.inp.v Ale .ee Joe li. He d. if Miirriage licence. J. H. May to s. lie Casey, Anderaoii Maya lo Pel In llur. din, .1. C. Dillard to lila Couway, J. W. Peak to Kissiu llanlay, lliarlcy Ueapo to Oaky Lewk A AM HeWU liuuia to Bailie Warron. A gtaml rake walk l,y the 000004 pi pi, a ill Imgi.eu Monday uiglit July Is, gt the Arademy of Music under lb di rer 1 1 I . . Mm-' rSprriHlly tor the rpcic 'II ol ,. . uicitaiiiiiirii foil hu benel 4jl give an aaflie it eni in; tin mr nt of the i, lie iple and lainelli of hi company which ill after-entertainment the 1 if Admission with reaerveil seals 26 cent. each. Ticket on sale at llaswall's. lux. i.f Facial Preparations City. WILSON-JENKINS DRUG CO. I III - mi ' COUNTRY. ioxl 1 lint-j or bail lims, w'r nth tlila country aMI , With bar on the loonnteia-top or slid- down tba bill ! Don't care how rorn'a a-ellin , if the cotton' high or low . Tbia old country, brethren, n the brat one that wa know. (iood times or bad tliuea, av'ra wilb tbla country still; Kvary lima wa feel bar ibake a a have a friendly chill ' Don't care bow thing it goin', BN bow Ilia tempests hlOW, Tbia her old country, brethren, is the beat n that we know ' (rod time or bad tlm, we're witk iliia country at, 11 . With bar when we bow the grain an, I when we go to mill. Don't care what' in the future; weI I whDtia aa wa go, IW lata aU country, brethren, lathe lant one that wa know ' Atlanta Coaaiitmlon. I liiuigc llotrl rrlval. K Dodson. (i Droier. Dallat, Perry J Lewie, Baa Antonli, I'DPraaton.tiua A Brock, vV I, Carington, HI Ixinia; J K Sample, niM0HB CGatlin, M ton. u -'.eaeyol Kalian,-. here .... r.l .- here from stone H. H. Kennedy wee ,tv yesterday. Mra Sarah Hswe I rrturnei from Da. yeaterday. Mra. Walter W. Hmlth returned Irom 1 Dal la yratenlay. H. Howell, waaont yesterday after aveil day illnaes. Henetnr Perry I . I .-w. retunasd 10 San Antonio yeaterday. K. Newcomh and daughter were here from Keliance yreierday. W A. Dodaon and family rft vetr day to visit at Kutladg, I , Mr. A. H. Kellev of Houston, uuiii ing I'.t. and Mr. K. B. Lomax. A. M. Wsldrop, Krana Clark, John B. Ilinee, Tom Lawrence and liaorg Smith went to Martin last night. He. k.nlkn.r i, , ha. Ian viaiiia. Major Talmr aad family, returned lo Waco yterdy. The imposition aaloon wa rsopaBod yrstrnUy, having laaen thoroughly ra tllted. It i now one ol tb handsom est places in tins pait ol the tt. POI ND At C, liege j it alter ,.n,- mncrmnt a Greek letter fraternity pin. nwnrrran get same at this of fice, mi Thomas quintan and Mi Annie 'Jiiinlan, who have len spending the post week here visiting Cpt. and Mrs J. J. Adams, returned to Houston iea terday. An old negr named Dick I'roplirrys, who ba live I in this country in year, fell dead at hi. horn nr Colleg yes terday. He wa. probably Gity-llve yrs old. Burt Norwixal has a large sba-k of nsdy (tamped doilia. and twlv laautiful colored plat or altidl. ol Kiehardsou's exquisite flown aha -ling -. Don't miss sealing them, HO Dr. II. T. ( oulter ha returned irom New York where be graduated a B phi ii ln and surgeon in May, after a three years course, and ha an,, e been engaged in boapiUt practice. Curtis Oliver, of Bryan, ba MM ia loan all the week .haking band with all the hoy. He brought plentiful supply of smiles with him as usual. Caldwell News-Chronicle. Buggies, surrey, hacks and closed carriage, at Gooeb' livery stable, lie ran supply MM wanU in the livery tin promptly and at very low prtcea. dtf; J. A. Myers, W. V. Glbb and other. who attended llie reunion at Patrick lMIS Lon county, thi week, say there were several bundled tents and camps there and during the three daa meeting several thousand people In at. tendance. The old soldier bad march ing and speaking mid there were ball gam a, dancing and concerts. Thry al so say the people up their are vrrv fav orable to Brv.in as a trailing point. Compel I tlvn I'.xiiniliiiittoii. There will l a coiumdilive exuiina tl,,n for appltranla to ihe Sam Houston Normal at Bryiin on July J." at I o'clock n, m. Th exainlnatton will lie con ducted by Prof H. II. Itrvan. W Hickman I.. Oban, I. cm Hist. of Mlli THE TERMS OF THE SURRENDER. Agreement Between the Com mlMioner to the C'aplt ulatioii of Santiago. NO ARMS ALLOWED TO THE SPANISH. Ml,.,,,, f ib tt.rK to lL.Tnrn.dldoWB' b"lbw,,,'r 0,T Intatt a Well of the Army. 8HAFTEB 8AYS THE CITY SURRENDERS. The Conditio f Heat I ego I ar fill aad Plenty of Vellew later Kilata Tkare- llefagpa Al lowed to Itelurn. Washington, July 10 The war de partment ptMtrd a bulletin from (ianeral Hliaftar tbu morning in which ba aaid Sriixda aum iKl. n.l Dartu ulara later." (Trnwda gathen-d around the bulletin buanla and there Ibay remained watching for tba particular, but up to the middle of tb afternoon none were ', posted. The department had received previous ly tba term of the agreement of the communion and they are 111 part aa fol low : The W.0U0 refugee, of Kl Ceney and Blboney are to be turned back into tba city. American infantry patm! to be poated In the naut auirooiidlng the city. The Hnih Imapital , ,r to give at tention to any possible wk and wraund- d 11, 1 g Sjsuii.h -il l., r. at Sarin- " All the Msuuh aoUiier in tba prnv- inca, eirepi the lo.,.., under (ierierai I.u,ua at llolguin, to coma lo the city to .urieuder Tiie gun and dafenaa. of the city to ba turned over to tba American in good condittm The American air t-- bar full use of the Juragua railway, which belongs lo 1 the Spanish government. All Spaniard, to be conveyed home by American t ran .porta with the least pos sible delay, tbey to be permitta.1 u take portable church property with them. This la. I rtmraeaion t. lntare.ting ba re aaa at the flrat threat by the Amart rans lo homtsud the city the archbishop, pries I. and nuns came out and demand d safe convoy. They were tolled back and pointed out to the Itpaniard fooluhnaaa of farther resurtBBo. Not nnttl the sanction of Madrid i received does the so rrender of arms ap ply to the removal of obstruction, at the mouth of tba barhnr. KnHma SBa M ,.. H...... aaj . ... serted (Vom agent, with .Upplleaam . , . . ... .. . l.l lie Bl,nr,, lo eill.T I ItW fll OTer tile line of the Juragua railroad Water mains which was cut ara to be n ... i r - i at once. No Cuban, to ba allowed to enter the city. The artillery and latteries at the har bor nitranfr arv to he left Intact Pending the .auction of tbe capitula tion by Madrid everything was t a taint. t ill. and aa result the troops on both sides remain in the trenches. While there is only the remotest chance of tbe government at Madrid utstting the agreement at the last moment, such an event is still recognised a a possibility. Sbafter'. headinarierare to be moved to high ground on the north of the city, where the whole of hi army will b MMJWi bNbI Santiago anrrendera, pend ing emlrktion for the island of Porto Hico. The tnioti which wars landed at Siloney will not he brought np to the city. The condition of Santiago i aaid to be dreadful, with filth and tench every where. Much aickneaa among the Ppan- ih soldiers due to had and insufficient fowl, nnd then- nn muny caacs of yellow fei, r in the hospital. O.mmI W ft An g ihe Mar.lug. Wellington. July Hi Joi n Addison Porter, secretary to the pn .ideut, has rro ivxl it Ung iu,l int re. ting lettor from hi. wife, who i. at Santiago en gng, d in 1!- d Cr,,.. work Mr. Porter gives a vivid picture of II. , i'oisiiti,,ii. prevailing at Sibom y ami other siit. near Santiago. She nays Hint if It hn-i not !.-,-n f ,r tl- K.-dl-nisa M.-iety hiiiiilnd of refiigi-c,, ,-hietly women nil, I children, wool I have died from starvation. With the largo .tore of Mipplle the srviety wa able to do lt"- work among the allUi-tiil ,,f all cuum's and nation. Jin Yellow rarer liar. Wa!iliigi:n, July IB. Surgeon Gen eral Wyman, oi the marine luaipital er vim aaya iiier i not a raw of yellow fever in tin country, no far a be know., and no prrxran us are being mail to receive yellow fever ticnta It Is his understanding that Secretary Alger w ill soon order the two com (Mines of soldiers now at Tortugaa, off the Florida coast to some other point and that place than will revert to tbe marine Imapital service lu whoa custody It was before th war broke out. AMSfffCA READY TO FIGHT GERMANY. Ma Bar Washington, July It If Oarmanj want a right with tba United Mates iba can gat It, ami that Id alck order. Tba annoyance and luaolu to Admi ral Drwy at Manila by Oaraana and tba German warship thr. la firming mono on 0.1. and will hare to ba atop aad. In every caaa tba inaolu hav been It alight and tad off in a raanal way when Dawey woald oall then. .1 piaiiati'i, will nan 10 ra- man Ad mini Dewey lias informed tbaxaavy depattni,iit of the ( e-rman rruiaerBhi'-h aooatanutiooaly followed the transport, carrying the flrat reinforcement, under General Andemon: of the presence of Herman 'itinera in the country around Manila, aad their aaeUting the tipan lanla in Gilding defeiwea ; of tba dla coartaou. treaiment of American offl. oar ; of the landing of anppliea from German winhipa for the Hpanub aoi dlera nnder ,Ter of night ) of tba move ment of Imat. in the German aqnadnm around ti harbor in deflanoa of Daw-1 ay's raaralanooa, and last of all tba 000-1 duct of Ml warabtp Irene in Hubtc bay lntni-iion. ware cabled to Dewey, though they were araree thought He,-.-. ary. to ,oatinatbe bom line of action a at prewar aDtU tb arrival of the Monterey Then be la to take matters in biaown hand, drop diplomacy and m com aggiawiva. If neoneaary ba will Are into tt 'rerman fleet to force obed lenoe to hu regulation, and wimmand. Admiral !).lrtcb. Prima Henry and tba (Jennao .niperor blmaalf will be given to in no unmulakable terms thai this country has neptured tbe Philippine and intends to do with th-m what It prfmea. SHORT RAILROADS AND VVARVES TO BE BUILT. TV. I'aaaiM TakM Is Saallaee Malarial Sr . Cee.eateaeea far laa la War. New Y,t. July I -On tbe Panama, whw h ba. Ju.t Muled for Santiago, was tbe eipnditiHi for building wbarvaa and short rallnavi lines, tbe contract for which I) Van Akan OsV have un dertaken Material for building tbe wharves. 1 tracks such as lumber, ptle bii. nails, rail., etc were pot aboard Ui- hundred .killed me. han- lea and .io laborer in charge of Lseut. Will lam a, embarked on tbe recent Span ish prtse The tag Bnt tenia and Gladlafan and flva llgber which hava been obtained for this tvrvsaa will Mart from here fo aaotrow, tba tag to wing the lighter. It is said that tbe government lighter at Haatvsg have been lost, and that tbe navy department will impress all the lighten available sooth of the Delaware Breakwater. Tbe Panama was humed off and did not take murli of the cargo that was in . . I tended for her What be left will be taken bv tba Berlin. it bat la-en th intention to dispatch the Berlin yesterday with her cargo of npplie. f,ar Santiago, the vessel to touch al Charleaton fr troop. At the elev enth hoar the plan were changed be cause of a decision In tbe ,uartcrma ler's department to have her call either at New Orleans or Gal teuton for two regiment to go to Onba. Mhe will there fore, aaii tomorrow, whan it will ba de termined which of the two porta .he shall call st The Pint and Second regiment, volunteer infantry, are al N. h ir.. an and t iixlvcton respect ively The ( ialveston regiment may ba sent direct to Cuba by another trans port or transferred to New Orleans by rail. In neither of theac plan, t found t la feasible tbe Berlin will rail both jrt for the two regiment The Berlin cargo include, a mixed lot of .tuff Among irther item are Mio Held cot. and ta-ddtng and 400 mbvrfdla neou. package of gift for the hrMpital arrtro awl th troop. ITuknnwn gte. ir.cnt.M, ,ie. of ,-a ll.e.l aollp. line ciiicern ni --.'i a i l.ittlc. ,-f .-irklm.' en,! up-n nt waters and the Daughter of the Am-man revolution forwarded notion ran- - pr-aem, pronaioua and o.otiel Brown of the mi dell ,ii,.il ! supply ,t ' tar's del : and Mini contnluit j milk and ni of the quartennav rtajew nt drags, metlmu,- ir uiiUea mi, I an auonvtiion 111 vti of condenaeil , ream from a local well wisher. A igtnli nit i-oii.igiimnit wa. a cf- fin t -1 1 t , - ivingo for the l.aly j of John Mi.br, Pir-I voltinl.c- , ava.ry, ' the rongli rider, who fell in the charge on the Sau Joan hill John Miller was a brother of Henry V. Miller of the navy, and a aim of 1wl Miller of Ak ron, O. Tb bereaved father came to New York yesterday to ma! ' the ar raugemeiii for bringing tbe laxly of In. son home He had loiters from the pre.i dent nnd .ecretary of war a.king Col. Kimball t, oit bun a far a possible , in his sad mission. Sniallp.'S aprraillng ila Kraiuear. Frankfort, July !.- Inforiuation hs 1 reacheil here that smallpox has broken out In Jackson, Clay and Laural coun ties Twenty cases are renortd from j Jackson, eight from Clay and a number from Isiurel. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are aalborlsed to ooae JBSSKO. MIMKKBT M candidate for Coaaty At lor nay of Be so county at tb BxaBlttff, f actioa. Wa arc authorised lo an A. W. NOOHANAN. M a m l 'lit' tor i..'ir,n i r r , lis, county at tba nausog .November MM Wa ara an thorite! to announce J. T. CLOUS aa a candidal lor r-lectioa lo tba office of jostle of tba peace, l'ren,rt l?n - Mi roootr, at tba ensuing SovemUr election. THE WHISKEY BARREL. II 1. fba Meet BaweBSlve ef Barrels Other laea la Wbteb It te rat. A whUkay barrel of tb high grade cost frost 12.60 to 12.76, aad It I tb most espsnslvs of all barrel. It la mad of bsary, selected, kiln-dried oak. free from aaa a handsome aad substantial package. Such barrel are made In great cooperage la tb Weal, la tb neighborhood of tb dlatlllerlaa, and la proilmlty when possible to ta forest from which tb material for I them are taken. Whiskey berrela of ! tb bast grade us4 to coat from 14 to $5. Machinery baa been brought more and mora Into use la making them, ' with the reault that they are now rkaapir tbaa ever before. These barrel are likely to be fltlei with whiskey and stored for three year, or more before tbey ara shipped. Whan s barri ha found It way te this market and Into the band of tb final dlatrlbutor and baa been emptied. It i bought by a dealer In barren, There are cooper aad dealers la new . . hmbI . t A .h. K.iw .11 lh hmrTm,. Ihm, ..A Bd , .bA oth,r up brr,u which tbay boy and n , nuabar,. Bought In thi manner, the whiskey barrel is Inspected and put la order. If It requires any repair, aad cold. It may be, to a wholesale dealer la II oj rs. to be used for blended liquors: but It Is much mors likely not again to he used aa a liquor package, but to be sold for a vinegar or a cider barrel. In this ua It 1 aot llkaly again to get far away from New York as the point whence It originally ram, and when It get back hare and ha , been again emptied It la cold again to tbe dealer In tb rour of Its us and travels It may come to need re- ; pairs, a new star or two or new hoop. It Is put la order aad sold again. When It baa ceased to be useful as a vinegar or a rider barrel, zraduallr wearing out and becoming rheanwr. U Is sold a pick I barrel, or for aauer krut. ad Anally It I likely to become a tar barrel, and after that It I brokaa up sad destroyed. Not counting tb tlm that It may spend In .forage before Its first ship meet, the whiskey barrel ia llkaly to lat through the various stage of It existence, from tba time It Mart oat uatil tb and. two or three year, I though much depends upon tbe car laaen or it; raretuny bandied. It may , last ten year or more. The whiskey ' barrel bold forty-flv gallon. There's a cheaper whiskey barrel, al. so made of oak. but of lighter mater- i la!, that costs from 11.60 to 12. which 1 used largely by Eastern distiller. Great numbers of the heavy barrel are used, larger numbers ttlll of the light er barrels, which, Ilk tb heavy bar rel, are made In cooperage In the neighborhood of Ue dltlllrta la which tbey ar first used, of material drawn from the forests of tbe region In which tbey are situated, or of shook brought from tb West. Tb life of the lighter barrel I about the same as that of tbe heavier barrel, and It Is put to the aame uses. Of the lighter bar rls. however, thousands, after the flrat emptying, ar sold to go to tkotland. aarl I r man ,,,., . Th old typ of mourning ha undsr MM B transformation, nowadays we ' wear our rue with a difference." i There ar those who note such outward Signs of Inward grlf as useless and o- j tentatlou; some even would abolish ' blsrk altogether. On tbe other band, there are those who cannot and Mil not give up the trappings , of wo, which tbey think symbolic of tbe dar kend aspect which tbe world for th tlm being has assumed for them. But times bav changed and heavy bombaxlnrs and rusty crap hav giv i , wy lo tbe smartest and m.,.t he. coming of black. Th nerloda of ssaaaasaa. log aartorlally ar shorter than they one were. Tbe flrsl tew weeks of rleep mourning, followed by black on. Ir, without crane n tbe days of half mourning, with the of black and whlto and faint mauve. possibilities to tb learned th art of black gown and ba tera of supreme In, wearer. Hbr does whether thry are be Infinite change of delicate gray offer unlxmndrd woman who has dreas. The first . are usually mat llflereuce to th 't think or care oming or not. Hut by and up hr b). when she l in :,, prg Interest in the world agate sne realises that even In black one ran look either dowdy or smart. Black has certain magic It make th short woman lalter. tb aioul woman slimmer, und the blonde flrr. Among the mourning materials arc henrtetta. tricot, cashmere, Mrge. crepe mni crepe de chine, dull ks. soft embrol dered llsse. and moussellne da sol. All dull, oft stuff r worn, aad braiding and bright and dull jets ar permlssabU for trimmings. DOREMUS 4 BUTUR. Law Offices. t and 2 Parker BRYAN NOTICE. John M. Caldwell will occupy a por tion of the North Side of Dr. Read's Drug Store on and after AUQUST ist, with elegant new Fixtures and an up-to-date Stock of Jewelry, etc. Dur ing July he will In augurate a REMOVAL SALE of which Buyers will do well to take advantage. yff H. LAWRENCE, ' DENTIST. OH IS Fr-.st a svsr Pt tastes. Bryan, TEXAS -BUT YOLH- dread, Cakes Rolls, Etc., -FROM THE HOME BAKERY. Pull weight lovea of the Best quality, AloaayB freeh, and Pair treatment is taheit I jUBrant; OTTO BOEHME. Be Youf 9 Ouun Barber. The experiment does not cost much. We sell guar antied Razors all the way from $1.25 to $2.50 each. ilso ki'i-p in stock tin? itdjunt ts Mugs, Bnmheg, SpongeH, Soaps and Straps. ( 'ome to see us and let ut supply you. B. S. Head. The place to get your l're cription and Family Red pes fllletl and to buy your Drugs. Telephone 5. DR. E. P. DAVISS, Mt.lnlst. EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THR0A1. 0(Ti lias rtldg. room. W sad W. Ilolato g 4 ( rtalt Bryan 1 monlh. til be In I :u,l ud tin sMr- of r.s B0 YKAfir EXPERIENCE a . INSDC sa.a.a DcaioN CoevaiOMTAe. ra ' ?(I7,',uh''BahB'ailTraBie IiK.miI raaraa. I Ik. Scientific JUncrkaii. S teSStSSSSI IT lllrmrt vaaair a) of .nr ewnuir Vmmal. w : tear bhhuss Ik ihis ur til n- O.