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i YYEDDINC I'RKSEN'TS, BIRTHDAY IMtKSKNTd anil i'RFS KXTS FOR VOL'R SWEETHEART, WE HAVE THEM ! ! The largest stock of AMFRICAK CUT GLASS ever dis played in the city at price the lew than other. Our line of pattern are entirely different from any handled hefore. We lave also added a large and up to date stock of Starting Silver Novelties lor the Holiday Trade. Consisting ot Silver Manicure Sets, Putt Boxes. Bon Bon Boxes. Comb and Brush Sets, and Every New Idea that Could be Desired. TJ.ev are nought from headquarter and will he aold on a small profit. Wait and look for the date of our HOLLIDAY OPENING. I an array of Beauty and 1 your ye never mare teneM. fc WILSON-JENKINS DRUG CO. I A (JURAT PBIZR WINMKR. t has. I.. Je kins Makrs Anotl sr Great Hit at tbr W bjn Wtmrn THE DAILY EAGLE. aurad at Um roatoatoa at Bnn. Turn m BSSSal Haas nail mattar. st COSNKM.V. ratafia a oaMMb MALCOLM ClUB BdtlOT. csscaimo rsica: rVr Week. lOe. . Per Month. 40r Mr. Chss. E. Jenama i.e. rIved notice of lbs following premiums noon bis exhlbiti st lbs Furred end Feth sred Htoek Hbow st Waco : First suit eecond on while Fsatsi' pigeon. ; first sod aseoatl on black Fan tail pigsooa ; third on yellow Kantail pigeons ; first nn Silver Wyandotte cock erel ; flr.t snd second on Wyamlnit hens; .econ.l n Wvaedoti pullrts; first on Wyandotte breeding pen . tii.nl jon Brown Leghorn pullet. Special i prctninm s lollows: Bo of rlgora on I best cockerel , silver cake tilth on heat ipso; Hoe pipe on leal while Pantsilt; flMcskson liest black Fsntall He got 1.1 premiums on I entries, anil ought to be snd is well pleased I over the teen II. aa. Kxrhnngn Hotel Arrivals. J. F. Page, Iola; C. A. Hoover, Xavar-ota; 0, O. Chase, Urnml Rspids; El Hall, Waco; R. L Hnllingsworth, St. l.ouis; I'. II. Levy, Navasota; A. Hachrach, I!. If. Worke, Dallas; W. S. Howl!. W. J. Johnson, City; II. M. K..I line, Greenville; J. W. Buck, St. Louis; P. H. Arrlngton, Millicim; Frank Hopkins, Chicago; J. Q 1,000 PAIRS A six-year-old Sunday school kid was a-ked one morning what she remembered of the story about Sampson and the Philistines, whereupon she promptly replied: "He nailed into the hay at night and at daylight opened fire on them and sunk eleven of their warships with the jawbone of an ass He then toek some prisoner who had never seen a rar, Wnbardad the: Sutton, Ueaummit; F. J. Reynold!1, town and took up live basket of fragment. He then told them that he would set his tmw on the hay so that when they saw it they could remember the Maine." Ex. General Wheeler's plan is to have a number of young Cohan come to the Toiled States and secure educa tion, thus to increase their useful ness among tln ir own people. In pursuance of this plan he has com missioned Oil baft K. Harrouu, treasurer of Union college, to ask the American colleges if each ol them would give I ret! education to two ur iihtm Cuban. ti the right I i r t of men could he found lo Secure a college course in this country. TTKSDAY. NOV KM BUR IH'.H. Mr boil. Houston; Cha. Schield, St. Louis: J. W. Elsbury, J. S. Davids., . Houston. asees The oil Held i growing nd its limits have not yet been reach ed. Storage for 4.10.000 barrels ha" lieeti provided and the refinery is nearing completion. Cor-icana Truth. REPCr-f " T ..ftrtu ti i - 1. trt Cm I' Had, liai I. ! Ha br r iti. iia l. BsaaV PaWSSi N"V U. -It Is reported hr thai Drey.u. i- l-a. ine rumor ta tri-ler-'oml l.i I- i.imii ii n r, llarro'in has written over olkj teLimni i.c-nc 1 irom Col Mar, cs i- presidents in the I'nited f l'i-r Al-ace. ngue.i ! an nnkuow n In the district court last week T V. Johnson confes-ed to the charge of making dies for counter feiting money, and on another ci.arge of counterfeiting, mid w t given two years in the penitentiary in both cases. Tout Smith, an if eiMiiplii , arkuowledged his guilt in passing counterfeit coin in lour canst, and was given two years in egch case. They arelxilh white men and were arrested lu re sonic months ago, mention of whie'.i wj made at the time. Cameron Her-eld. Stat. -, asking them to cooperate ""rem.ie.1t , , , , , ,. , , So fur l-c in be nurertained there i ale I advance (o-uci.il heelei - - - no iifllcial ctiUnnatlon or the repnrt pUa. Over a hundred replies are Tb, fatber-,n lw of Dreyfa dtarre.i. at hand, and with one accord the iu it II.. .it In- n r ivi .l n n.. nt colleges agree lo tike two or more vount from tb- colonial offlr quite wl... e.o tl, ""r a to the pn...ner-. If.lth. I rji.ie i bjbbbbj Bjeaui aiwaai vaavaawi w Wertheimer-Swarts Sample Shoes bought for Cash at a Great Discount. 400 Pairs Childrens lace shoes, black and tan, size S to 8, big values at 75c and $1 pair, your choice of lot 48c. 350 pairs ladies kid shoes, in common sense, spring heel and all the new shape toes, size to 8, easy worth SI. 25, SI. 50, ami SI. 75 per pair, your choice ol lot for 98c. 250 pairs ladies line kid drestshoet, In black and tan. size 3, I. and 5 only, made to retail at 12.50, :, and 18.50, vour choice of this lot for SI !'S. 50 pairs gents line custom made boots. .''.00 and .150 values, your choice of lot 12.20. cuarv ex uuinatioiH an I who can dark rumor, afloat In new of ir. tb .nine pr. ..tr, d .1- i . cli trader, and nlr., ... ,,.., ,., ,.. , ti,.. ;..tt tr...., tint ko them lN-nliciaries as to free tuition. .1. . o t lull. The J. A. O. Club was delight fully entertained l.v Mimes Colli ler yc-ti rd.iy afb-rnoon, there Is; ing present also a number of the I The rr.uet wu refuaei on the irroan.l Mr. David A. Wells, who died members of lite M. I. C. The en Dr jn, ileeiarttiu that he hvd alaniion ert all hop... waacouvi'Ti-.! to Mine Drey foaon Krulajr inanv r"ple twheve he is iSaai On Friday Mme. Drevfu. applied at the olHce Of tne minuter of tin- colonies for tarmtion toaeuil her hu.tuu.l aonia warm fhothinR for bia retnni home Every pair of above mentioned lots ar now Roods re ceived Wednesday. Nov. 9th. They were made by the best shoe manufacturers in St. Louis Wertheimer-Swarts Shoe Co. Wo fully guarantee each pair to give entire satisfaction or money back- Very Respectfully, R. B. TEMPLEMAN Iu SON. CITY DIRECTORY. that the Kivirninint wmM do whatvvrr as ni iisfamrr f that asi mn tittio atn. at his home at Norwich.Conn., was terlaintnent was progressive con- mtm , th, wtJTtle, fur many years a protectionist, versational parlv. Pretty cards I a letter from Drerfu. to the effect In 1 H".7 he visited KuroS! to containing twelve questions were that he htul f..r month. ddreaed ap- mudv the cot.. lition of trade audi,.- iriven to the Kn,-t- .. wl,..m tie re !' ior nvi-i..,, io.en.raua. itouctei dn-try, cap. ;nlly of Industrie were abott thirty present, seated cvtning into cuinpetition with thoae at tables in group of four. The of i lie I'nited States. Hi invesli- question-, winch Were all timely gHtioiii- l onxinced him of ih errors and w. II chosen, eliciting much in involved iu the system of protection structive and entertaining tliscus and he became a convert in the doc- .ion, were taken up consecutively trine of free trade or of a tariff for wh tftble M tl,B l'n'n ..... . ca.h l.inv heard, after which by p . en in- on i I r.nn n, i le- . , , , . ' Vote one Imly irmn each table was was an eminent Aim ri an IvoeaU lirmoted to the next according to of tariff reform and ot reform in all ,,,,-rit ofariiument, the progussion beir .innlar to that in euchre. Ilita aiae Cole won first prize, : t- -- ... !.... lndon.,l the republican these nilv " ' ' , , , , , 'erwlit. A lucheon of salads, olivee, cheese straws, wafers, jelatin, wliip'd cream and cake was serv ed and immensely enjoyed, cm usrit kks. Msyar , ft A. Adm. Mrball, T. I. Uoyelt. Uepaty Maiahal. K. B, Smith. Secretary and !" .r. r. H RI. .!. City Kciton, 11. II. Jonea. Constable, C. L. lUker. Al.letiu.it K. ti. Talwr. W. the methods of levying and collect ing the public riv.jiiu lie f re. recently chief of .taff of th' French army, witheni r"mr any reily and hail wearied and become eiliau.ted by naeli'.. atM.'ii., he won ! r.i.- lei more to i.i. family or to anrlawtr He da arrtlied iitm-.-lf aa ill ami dyinc and ha- iii..alh. .i I ill 1 i- :-r.-.tv ol mi .imn try the rare of rehainolatinit my mem ory." It appear, that Mme. Dreyfus then aakist penni.'ion to telegraph her hus band the iesMSB of the court of casea tion. This r..iiis.t was also refaaed. Then, atMMk a friend, she appealed to President rani, hut with no hetter re- int Howell, Jdo. M W. W. Ilarn-. Lawrence. C. hi WyMt. C ifT .1 t !i Uta. JiKhre, W. II. Hsrmsn. Clerk, 3, W. M. l . I.ael. Attorney, A. . Hoard. Tax Collector, J.J. Adam. Tax Assessor, It. M. Nail. Sheriff, T. C. Nona. Treaaiirer, K. W. Crr. District Clerk, J. ft WUliama. Commissioner.: K. J. Deei.a, Iviet Her coanM.1 will hrinir tha whole Thomas, Felix Phillips, P. H. Arriag ton. THE PRIDE of the Housekeeper i THE IKMIE. Then why not make the Home HOME-LIKE ? link brltfhtrfilag U MM tUSf ) ."J a I r 1 .. MT MB JU bglU lM MM. BEGIN NOW imp m ItX III I IX. U I III I. lies. We have Undreth HYACIMTH8 all COLORS, DODBLK or SINGLE: TIMI'S. all kind. CROCUS, PREKZIAft and KASTKi: I.II.lKs. all nice large Kulb. K.BManae la plare to tin)- jour DRUGS aat kin four PRE SCRIPTIONS Sited. Wa ha.aa Coatplalo t . ..f SCHOOL BOOKS a.lnpta.1 br lbs -laM, and satlett J out trade for this liar. BEN S READ. grotintis ami acini wmi me ueino-1 erulic party a l"tiu a. le mingled in Klitics. matter tajior.. ttw conn .,t ca....t. m. THE COST OF GUNS. AT this Time Vou an catch a Cough very easily, and when you get a cough vou may have ;i -core of lletnetlies suggested iu a day. Your friends forget, however, when they Mugifesl a procedure that worked like a charm with them, that constitutiotiN diMer. Von waste time with experiments; for improper treatment is equiva lent to neglect. Hetter use CMMEL'S COUGH BALSAM It i Soothing and healing. It is made to cure WINTER Coughs, anil it does it. There's assurance in the first dose, nntl protier relic) in continu- ! use. Two Size; 20c and 40c. I also carry a full line of Patent Cough Remedies that have gained more or les favor in this section, ail raieni medicines a lull Stock ol Fresh and Select Drugs. Roots. Herbs and Barks, Syr mges, Atomizers. Douches, Nipples. Faradic Batteries. Tweeters, Man. icures, Scissors, Probangs, Sponges. Chamois Skins, etc. EMMEL, Manufacturing Pharmacist. c uracil i. i .j't:o, . Baptlst-W. C. Kulev, ..Wr; Ser. vires every Sun. lay 11 a iu. anil 7:1'. p. in. , nuntiav scie.... . iu .; prav M. Meets Ibirl Mon.lay in each month. John Q. Talair II. 1' , Joe H Uee.1, Hec'y. Ilrazos Ualtr.- Nn. 130, A. 9, A A. M. Meet f. nrtli Mmiilay in esM-b month. K. Is. Nail. W. M ; C. O Carr, Hec'y. HraM. I.. xl No ol, h. .f P. Meet llr-i ami tbinl I m s.Uy in em !, month -A. M. W.l.lrop. C. 0.1 9k 9, De-Man-1, K. . f It. .V Vulcan I..Mle No. :i7, A. O. U. W. Meet a.-. on. I n.l fourth Tbiirstiay In each tin. nth. M. II. Jame', M. W., A. tl.ar Sa.aa Wllllaa tM. liars .paat Hi( I ha Last ri.aal Tsar. WnshinKton, Nor It QssMl D W. KUlK'.er, chief nf thei bnrcnu .,f orrl- ar meeting ThiUlay nibt. nance has tnajlr l.n annual r- i-irt toth I Methollat J. B t'lM-bran, parlor: serretary of war. It n.., tli.il then. Servians 11 a. in. ami 7 u. in. Sunday; wen- xiieoc!e.l nann the Ueal year .-umlay school a. in ; K)oilh emlin Jane 'JO. iwet, t; i .ithat Usue Sun.lay t p tu. , lurayer-meet- there still retnnin. nf Ikst appropriation, in Ttirwlay nifht . made for the nnlnanee horeau SI0.TW,- j preabvsterian J. D. Wet, paator; I Kuulen, recorder. MB. Thla bvnre m i. .ianva.1 from the Service morning ami evening let, 3rd Bryan No. Ixle IttU, K. of II appropriations f .r id.. :-u v. ,r vrhirh ami 4th Sunday In arh month, Sunday Hrt ml third Thursdky in wen made for r pnrisises aiiiountln school tr.45 a. m. , prayer-meetin monlb. A. Kmden, dictator; o IJI, .Mil. M V.-.lna.lay nihl. ; Plainer, reporter II.umiii the rquipmeni ..f volati- Christian, J. I.. Andrews, pastor leers the (eiieral thmk. it .mid be as Services 11 a. ro. and 7:15 p. in. Sun- well to have the I'nr.Tiimatu eitiipthem day; Sunday school 1MH a. m., Chfls- uiatead of their hrinirniiriii.-ir state arm. Hun K.ndeavor 'i p. m. Minda; prayer Into aervloe, sayin that it onld 1 meeitn We.lnea.Uy niht. donaaaqtiirllytmuiBt.. the condition Comn.nnion Baptiat-A. M. nf the arm. of the np,. . -yery AeeMeetatijr ;..... day nibt In esrh month; Sunday (inthtie, o. T. Nov. u.-A ohm by school 10 a. m. the name of Thnnip.on, from near Perl St. Joseph' Catholic Church Father rrott. tvaii., was stmt ttir uh the l.s f 0.1,,., ..tr; Mass at I and 10 a ..... 11 I . . . 1 . . a - aeea hi.iit oijur...i ny um aeriiirni 1 llnj,y. iiiaciiarK.- "i in. Kim Willie lltllltinK near rarsiatm. u. 1. ioio WM eacli A. J. Bras... Camp No. KH, W. of W. Meet second and fourth Friday in cad 1.1. mtli. W. S. Stnart; C. C. Uee.1, clerk. Ilryan Tent No. IU, Meeting nibt II wach mouth. It Uee-I, DR. PAUL M. RAYSOR, rilYsIClAX AND SlUlrKON, liryan, Texan. illlice- lrnr phot.t 131. W. II. LAWRENCE DENTIST. lllice Front Itoonisi ltr an, Chi Ivanlme Comma A M.ara Shot. 1 atvert, tea, .ov. 14. Kph Htrnter, Templars J a iiegni iirarinan wa. ins recipient 01 a mnnu) train 01 mi. mint iroui the nn or an-1 10)i nil"-! ... Kl" i-irill'T SH lit l!H' 111.11... of bl aaaail.uit. He will probably die W.