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OUR LATEST STYLE LADIES SUITS. OUR NEW DRESS GOODS. OUR READY MADE SKIRTS. OUR NEW SAILOR and WALK ING HATS.s- SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW. We are receiving New FALL AND WIN TER OOODfl daily, and invite you to call and see them. We wish to call the espe cial attention of the Ladies to our line of SILKS We have the Finest Qualities at the Low est Prices. We have the BBSTofl every thing you want in our line, and wlill not he Undersold. SAM SANGER. II. AT. C. Time, Carrt, llryaii fforthbonnd No 1 U:lpm Houthbonnd So 1 4 :0.1 p m 0mMMMVm4 J. & Francie (M hen- f r nt 'Mi.nx l vcnierdav l-eave cell for F. ('. Cain, all round Dr. Foal r returned from Dellaa yen Unlay. Mil' Lerenla MeCoanleo la vl.lttnf in H (ration. Mra. M J. M i lelt v -1 -r ! jr lo vi.it bar iud at Montgomery. Mhertff ud Mrs. T. C. Nunn return) from lb I m. . ! i r yeeterday. Dr. T. H. II 4"ton will be at bl. of. flee in Bryan Fr! lay, Oct 14. 270 Prol. and Mra It. II. Wbitloek, Col llarriaon, Ir. M Fraud, and other. weia hern from College veelerday. There will be a meeting of the veetry of 8l. Andrew church thla evening at .'o'clock at th offl.-e i if (i. W, Hmltb. flag-ana W. William. C T. Dait, J.I D Williama, I. I. Italn., J T. Dyeea j and otht from Harvey, war in the j city yte"lay. F. C. Cain ha. a complete arlcraian I wall mittlt and "Kara hia eervice for Inning walla of buy daplb. Corree pondence aolnitr-l and eat una' en fur niahed. M. D. Keay'a atore iv atrurk bv liifhtiiiiig at Connor. Madi- aon county, Tueeday morning ami hurned Loe on etock f'iVJO and on building ofo, with l(W0 inaurance. Manager Mike canceled a ahow which ha had f r tha data now held by Ten neaaee'" Pardnnr, Oct. 10, Madid thla althnng aked to play Tenneaaee'a Card ner on a guarantee, at a high figure, which ba will not gat out of the allow unleaa ha geta a good bout. Tha puh lie have an opportunity now to ncourj age good attraetiona if they wi.h 10 do an, by giving Mr. Mika a good attend ance at Tennea.ee'a Pardner. It la a One .how. NorthlHinnd No ( S ir? a in M n hini-t, at the M. A P. lank Southbound No 4 1:4 a in I. A . N.Tlllie Titlile. Ilenrue aaT B"t'M. No. I leave. Mo. 3 leavea 1:0ft a m. W "' a in. ga.r aoi'Mi. . AM . m AM p m AMToMo. J 10 p III. 1 1 Vi a. in o leave. No. 4 leavea eatwmt UiM MB No. M, leavea llearne No. 10. arnv". at Hearne II. X T. 4! I I ladle llNtrilw .am rm No. I arrlvea II M P- So .i arrive) - LOCAL NEWS. TKSNKWKK'-i PAlir.SKR Oct. In Mi.. C. A. Inn i Matting in Hal- J. Wooheed went t Milano yeatcr-dy, lloue tor rent Mike. 11 'i for rent. Apply to II w South. t'i J. II. Holdan of Tbor, aa hen- yia Urday. Good .tore hou.e for lent. Apply to Iraiiooch. Apply to I ihn II ,, ,oni.m. . 1 " Walter Wlppracht want lo Au-tin yrab-rdav Major W K. Cavltt want to Dal la. yeater. lay. liny your hav from W. II. Yale Forney, Taiaa. lift. eU. P UktUtWI Ot II irvey, left "Try lor A bill ne. John Henry aa here from Payne Prairta jcelerday. The McClelland pi n e for rent. Appll to Miaa ue M I m l I l-w Sjuire J. M Z mmeriiiaii of Kurten, waa In the ejt) yeeterday. Cotton aned hull and meal for ale bjr C. F. Moore PIMM M. .74 274 K. II. Hickman, Tom OaHetin and J. Caatlr. of Cotlonaood, were in town yeaierday. For Kale My atore building and lota. gornl well id water, etamV, etc. J.N. Muatacbia. Mr. I'M, ilia And lew. and daugh ter, Mtaa May, were here yeaierday fioui llaivey Freah ll.ti and BaVtrtl k hay oyaler every Friday nd .-atunlay at Parone' re.iaurnt If J T W. lor, lepieaenling the Waal rn NewapaKr DfjiN of llniiaton, waa I in ihe 1 II) eterdy. t,i . l am will tlx your wind milla, Dinm and ma. Inner BtWBMlf and at r a-onahln rate. - John Fergueon, J. T. and H. T. Pate, John F.adn and Elijah Pale of Betbal, were here ) i-.U-rday. I in- oil mill la nuking a good re-onl thl aea.on and ha in ! alimit " galon. ut on ainca .Uiting up. l tiarlie Ntti h, after living in llearne haa relumed to Ury.n and will make hi home here. t tt n e l II .. . f r deiner. I ami a. cheap a can be bought any where. Apply lo Ira (lah, Phone 60. 271 lu tha di. ti let rotirt yeeterdny a mo lten foi a new trial In the David Milu toeh will caae a overruled by Judge UWn Mr. lieirge Dunn, Ml Nannie Dunn and Mia. Uuei.a Brown of Wheelia'k, were viaitoi to ilryan yea ierday. I have rented the 1 iede Mithell pa tun , ."i . ' . ..1 .t 1 . .ti,. I waier Kate for paaturage cattle or boraea 6tk a heail per month. Apply to lb H. Higga. "Tentie--re Pardner," which enmea to the liran I Bfjafl In ue Del. H, with Aithur C. Ai-ton and a line company, ia a auperi attrai lion and one which tbeatie goer, cannot afford to mi.a 4 otton Itci dpt.. Following i the number of halea of cotton In Bryan yarda up to Wed newlay morning Lawrence Warehooee AH3I Karmera' Cotton Yarl 4WH Kernole C iton Yard 22AO Brn k Warehoiiae. . 247ft Daiwin A Punier 2356 Dawaon Yam 1210 Mike'a Yard 244 oi. riaoti'. Yard 471 Bowman Yard 14 Total 10,; Mil. HKYAN CARH MAItKRT. Price were quoted here yeeter dny a follow. COTTON. Ble4ct lojf Midding 4. Middli ,4?4. Strict Middling 4C. IrOOd Middling 4jc. Cotton rSeed ', :,n pr ton. I'KiitirCE. KKg" H' r doxen. Chicken f 1.75 pr dozen. Ileeawax lHc ier j s r j I Turkey 50c ench. Honey 7i 1 pan ;. ,.,, Country lard 7jc jwr oiind. Hutler Lie j N'T (Hitind. Uncoil. t;j,- per niind. Iriah PoiAtOM Ml er huahel. Sweet I'ol.itoc .Ilk' per bunhel. Inion. .' per pound, lirieil I'. 1- ;;, p. r pniind. Corn U to ;ik wr Imahel. I lay 17 per Ion. Wood It. 78 per cord. Win it. ami Hint:.. Wool averagi. 10c per pound. Hide- ;retn lc jwr pound. Hide. tlted tic per ound. Hide- .in . I,, ), r Kiund. Bone. 2V a r Hi pound. C'ATTII, KKf ASH M Cow from 17 to 120 per head. Yearling, patt 110 to HI per head. Mng Ui4?c )ier pound groan. Wimp WA ier head. -mm Itryau fMffl The output of the Hryan gin in hale aim- the cotton aeaaou Ix-gnu up to yeterday morning ia aa fol lows: W. P. Walllull . M2 Jacoh I.uu , HO finrth. Ilowei: ,V WVhb 1100 (i - P.irker MM BEAUTY'S I CHARM. Mnw on M hk Not avrrrrin. 00c be taottfol. hut the i.De.i far la man allrartlve by a clear, pan .kin. HALL'S TWIN SISTERS FRECKALA Guaranteed to rnmove FreoWlea, Tan and Dark Sph1chas from tha Fact and Handt. or Monty R funded Manufactured and for Hale at XXaELll'js IDruig- Store, HWVAN. TEXAS. Mnirer Mike annonncea that "Boy WintH" will lie prevented at the opera houae here Wedneeday Oct. 11, be a g.iod ii'mpany of twenty ieople. Mr. Mika aaw the -how in Hon. ton Ihia week and va he wa greatly pleaaed with it. AJE MHIA NOTEH, Alexandria i eight mile-, from BfyfJa. They have winging there evi ry tit-' and third Sunday even- lap and the choir haa ordered aotne new laioka. Mr. and Mr. Zerah Iwi arc vi-iling hit parent. They will re turn home thi nfterniwn. The young people pent a de lightful evening at the home of Mr. aiul Mr- Mi l.ane lat Friday night at an ice cream -ii'r. A large crowd attended the ainging at Alexatnlria la-t Sunday eV.'i..ng. Mi" KlU (iannway hua been vi.iting friend at Bethel. Mr. Holden died at hi- home ;it Alexandria .1 lew day agn and MM buried at AlexandriaCenieb ry He leave, many friend and rela HfUJ to mourn hi In. Sunday IfaMT h Th k CofjunruuM, T.Aal IIH-.'J I.O-T A hi tie roan colt. II iiintitli- .ild, MM on left hind leg llewarii fur return to J. T. HlBM Brysn, Ta. d 27'i. TEXAS BAKERY- AND BOARDING HOUSE. OTTO BOEHMK, Proprietor. -All kind of Freeh Bread and Cake kept lonetantly on hand. Stipplie furniahed on -hurt notice .,r picnic and harU-i in. I am f j running a Free Delivery wagon and will , -deliver your order at your dir. Mv hakery 7 i a home enterpriae and deaervea the patron- age of the people with whom I live and apend .' my money. My rate are 11.00 per day for iMiard, with -cial jirice by the week or month. Phone 89. OTTO B0EHME, BRYAN, : TKXAH. COOD LUCK! to Drink at the THEY HAVE ARRIVED. That Celebrated line of l Li All the Latest Style Lasts and Toes in BLACK and the NEW SHADES OF TAN. Hm Hum Ltaa Of JOHN B. STETSON lre.il of Trut. W. A. Millican. dealer in gro- - Mid li'imir- at W'lute Sw itcli, in thi county, tiled a deed of lrnl here Tm -, j, iy . naming ti. W. Iun lap, trustee. Aneet f.liinatei at 1 n h . 1'referr.il creditor a follow-: Heye A ('11., ;l?,l.',i; lln U iii I Null, loO.OM li. V. Dunlnp, II V.i, mi; GhfMl Move A" Co., I6M.19; Mayer, Kahn A Freiherir, 1M IS; .loe Terrell. .V..HMI; lie... I, Mfood A- Co.. I17S.S7; W.J. Uab, 1190.00; B, W. K.lmtrick A Co., I9S.0D W. B. Weon, MSyOO f. W, Br.,ig, I.Vl.00. To tal, HMOrOU (ot Ion wood. Still nenling rain in thi part of the world. School will begin next Monday October 17 with J. T. Mi (ice a- teacher. Then were no nervier at the BaptKt ' liur. h Saturday and fun day, the pa-tor being ub.rnt, hav ing gone to Warn lo attend the Baptilt convention at that place. Ournnging choir met Sunday evening and apent part of the even ing in ringing HM leader were .1. D, fMm nd J.T. I'arker. Mol of the young people of thi community gathered al the reei deine of Mr Thoiiia Sunday night and apent a few hour in winging. Among the group of linger we no ticed Meair. Jnine Parker and Till lie (iauaway of Alciandna. Com again Imya we are alway glad to pee you. Mr. 1 K. Smith returned home Friday night alter aiiout a two month vi.it to relative in Karne I'otiu'.v. He wu arrniiiliatiied home by hi half brother ol Karne cotin' v . The gin l'louging to Mr. Gu Stev.-: r caught on lire and wa burneil. There w r a great many that liil cotton there that wa burned. Mr. F.d Klliott of thi neighlirhil lot ix bale in the fire. It il bad for the farmer but wore for lie owner in the lo of the gin. Mi Kittle Fuller of Alexandria wa- 1 1.. ' ;e-t "1 Mlw Blanche and Kinmi Hickman Sunday. CoTTosrn ki ft, GLOBE SALOON TAYLOR & COX, Prop's. SUMMER DRINKS I Cooling Drinks, Stengthenino Cordials. Everybody treated Right. Best Wines, Liquor and Cigars when M in. .-'Mill ami Ul wile, who lb re. frn ml, retarwed from a walk anl fJMl 111 il.e tofjaj iene. The great man advanced, with extended banda, and nr. 1 1 1 in. . M frn tul 111 an impromptu which ha htfMM familiar lo the read ing world: WMty a. Ilnrallu Flareiia. A area! a Jscoliln u itrurrha. Hti,.ri ihouih nut fa) a. Iiacchua, aatad en a lull lack.' Youth' Companion. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the following named gentlemen a candidate for ollice at the enuing November election: 1'raellrnl I 1...1. Mr. Tmilnti. taking her on to 1 arbool (or the flrl time, and, after fm prcMing the iM'liiN.liiiader with the ne. i oeaaitv of bl having a thoroughly good education, tlm.heil up hy .ay lug. "And ba rare he le.-m litin.' "Hut. my dear inadaiu, " aald tha achoolmaaler. "IjiIIii I a dead lau gcage," "All right." aald Mr. Timkina "He'll want it He', going to he an un dertaker " London Tit lilt. For County Attorney Jesse G. Minkert. For County Treaurr A. W. Buchanan. For County Treasurer J. H. Black. la lulnl .nl..r. A 11 l. tr .t.it In -h judge mire paed k nt. in 1 1:1 tin 1 '! in.' iiiaiim r The primiier v ,i. ,1 roller w ho ha.1 len convicted of .leallng hi. maMer'a wine: "Dead to every claim of natural ffec llmi. I lind to yonr own real luterv.t. yon have tmr.t t. trough ul I the reatrninl of religion and morallly and have for mntiv year- hi hi feathering your own ne.t with your maater'ibottlea," Lou den Telegraph For Sheriff re-election T. C. Nunn. For County Clerk re-election, Geo. W. McMichael. In all the new Shapes and Colors in Soft and Stiff Hats. Webb Bros. I'm 'Iiiiiik Hotel Arrlviila. S. B. (iouily, Diiroil: J. V. Daw Mm, San Diego, I,. Holliduy, Millican, J. W. Buck, St. I.oui-; Id II. Kfjrdin, Waco: W. Mi lam. Dkllw; I A. IhinaliUon, Chi cago; J. T. W, Lot, DtllMj Frank Eckell, WwOOj W. M. Ingram, St. LowU) J. W. Sullivan, BwHeVOBj T A U.ir.lin, (liilveht'iu: llany Alexandrr. F. i. Brahun, HlWI. M F. M. r-pringrr, Hoton; J. Hhapira, Madiaonvile; W. Pitt lUrtie-, St. Lotli: I'. II. Meade, New York; M. M. M.Farland, Dal la; I'hil Hunt, Advance for Tonne' I'ar.lner Co. t M In Mower. Tin- largent flower in the world, it I aid, 1. the holo, which RTow on Ihe lalaud of Minilanao, one of the Philip pine group II ha five ictala, un-a.ure nearly a yard in wi.lth. and a .ingle flower ha lieen known to weigh ii , pound. It grow on the highmt plnna cln of the land, or at. alt g,.'ilKI feet alwvii the level of the .ea For .lu.tice of the Peace precinct 4. ( Be election.) J. T. ClOSS. For JuRtice of the Peace, prec. 4. W. Gillie Mitchell. -..I... . ... 1 1 1. . left . S4y.lt.. v Smith wa very hup; v 111 hi count rv life, nud hi chlldrn caught hi .pint 1 f delight over common 1 thing. They loved animal and . nt ! long h ir- 111 training them 1 Hie little. hea.l, a h.ihy donkey, Ix. nine under! tin ir tuiti 11 perhap the tin l :i ' mil pll.he'l . f In- .pei ie. and mi' n-i ton. iy gave rtM In a quatrain win. li now belong to 1 he fame of iydney ttaitft. The dotikev wu a well eilu catiil chap , He won.. I walk up lair-, follow th family lu their ramble like 11 dog nnd : when they eiiterwl bl meadow run H , meet 1 tun 1 with ear down and tail erect, hrayitig joye Af, ne day, when Hilly' head waa, crowned with tlowera and he lu iiig tr.uiie.l w it!. iiiiii.llo rehief i 1 ,t l.ri.lle, Mr. JefTrev uneiiavtedly aimed. Il join. . I in the .port and to the children' lutluite delight mounted Billy. Tbua ha wa proceeding In triumph i r.ener. "What It vonrname. Mr Throgwm?" "Mv mime 1. Ai'.am. Mlu Well r M ER( ! 1 1 A M me' n it n w nai a reiuarK.inie coin ciilein . ' -i Menu 1 Trihuua I 1 WrHI.,1 .kill. Maater I-ate attain. Sandy! t'an't ' yoQ manage to get hare m timer Sandy (with a doleful hiinlarhet 1 canna lerp o' ulchla, .or. and an I'm loath to get np In the ne rum. J. W ITT.M ANN. TAILOR MAIN STRKKT, Bryan, . . . Texaa HMter Kl. man, .1 -'Why All work Unarameed and done promply nn't yon ron.iilt a doctor and get at Ulve him a call. th"i cnnne' Sandy I get al the enure wee I enracb, hut it'll no hui up. It wowk auldaiid an awful Teller. (.! gow Time Tim pajaj enrrent. rontn'ti lea nlt t tin 11 thoae from the equator. Afghan women are never jealou. of each other W. L Fill NTAIN DFMTItT, OKFICK OVER IMIoDBH Saloon.