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M f V mr. Jo We are selling all kinds of Summer goods at cost at GilmOres.' ea his p'.lJiTl'iiot a ili (If ed quickly, aim ami ascended tlio ( h to His platform '.dgea. There he drow f rontfht hi right hau l peak of hla military military talute. nhiiirlng of hit incarceration (at ni n nil the terrible anguish JJJ itinct and bearing. ln- ran .Jtt". Tans. - ,,1111 '4ap jtlin' M I v Cam. tl n reniov.l v. N. Crovl jregauon mi ie support tl I 1 the ltiternuil iniilnir a Conl 1 Ivilh tha Ravin t I Vi lull. an opportunity to say something for the I,ord Our Church Book was thoroughly discussed at the Iftht meeting anil the subject of fit will be discussed at the i voting. '"ifs Cloii.1 aiiil tsli.eil.i,. i''.-l ... . .... voc.ii musu; scnoiu m mis laco last Friday. Much good on .1,.,,.. m j .1 v( r, ., a. i'i ni- Miru infill PUl in nil their teaching. tie Harry Morgan,. son of Mr. -h V. II. Morgan, has liecn lib' ill the past week, but we 'd to state he is k improv- til iyi'n ot Allen Academy, ,1 ho school Friday and liu'sting talk in behalf n ..... A Friend. V I 'll'U iC. " nil v of Waco d. . a la' rned from ,,n report a -u l'J prairie i Ml hi .'i. s. A. W. Binford the first 'i Fridav. , was here rder, Alice ' have been 'relumed from lie has been .ih. Kubl.ov. 'll Aeuilioi. v- iuliiflltoi u r ire ti) i ;ice your noil hunin s' ccIhmI u hero he w ill I'mw?"111 i,1'l"iction and tttd'Ty intir.-t will bo ro atehfd, npplv to lr T 1 r i ii Alien, U. 0. Allen, I'rincipal.i. ,u' fH Iteii Men. it 7 nml fr tnjn imifh- i: a. in. ArgtiBt 8, 7 aft V Li Vim . 2. yand Hon, f.'Oted red a- 'er from i Pi M Xrlea War I Vi tlio kill ll VirMiU I i ll rninu trip C'roHN, Urlmea I'ouyty. The weather ia very hotiyid dry here. Cotton ia opening fatt. Thone who have In-en on the Mck list the past few days nro I'rof. A. J. Horton, Mr. Hani Cotton ( and four of bin children; however, they are all improving now. One of Mr. Hub McCallum'a children wan quite rick Sunday. Mr. (iooiIhou ban moved from her homectead to Crocs. At the meeting, in progress at Concord thi week, there were 11 additions up to the present time, and a general revival among all the church member. Mr. Kd Crenshaw and wife were over Sunday, with his uual broad smile. Mr. A. Carneg and brother, Marion are visiting at Harvey this Week. Mr. George Isbell and family are here from Ogleeby to spend a few days with friends. (. J. M. llimtMille lias It. And the cow law is a fact. The matter wa.s discussed )iro and con before the council last night but that body after giving the speakers respectful attention and after hav ing received a petition signed by many people pigwtdioled the same. There were a number present who favored the ordinance, in fact a majority, it in claimed. Hunts- ville Test. Smoke (J.-neral Arthur elytra bet n earth told at the Kipomtion it oon. i4tf TO EAT aro hard to lind lmt if thin is what ymi am look ing for wo arc tlio icoj1o who can supply your wants. Wo have EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE. Try I'Yrinlah: griMod pin,, npplo for your S h i-1 i -1 . I'Ynidalo StrawU'iT i s for ioo cicaio. They arc just what you want, (laiiii' I'atos arc tlio thing for lunch a lino assortment to select from. Emperor I.Iendcd, just the thing for iced tea. COFFEE. Chase it Sanlioin's, grades and prices. all Fresh Butter White and lied Cloud Cheese on ice. All theso good? aro fresh and tho best. Thono 1015. Goot ill! TEA. COPP SHELLS PAETE. Bombard Town ItorauM Ha Ilaar4 lha lumimli Had Itataraatt. Muiiiln. Anif. H. TIib (rutilmat Napi dun lat week hIicII.mI P,t..tH, on the lakit near Santa Cnii. Tlw town wa full of r"!'!" 'h' ha'l bwn t'licouraKrxl ti re turn aftr Oeneral Iiwlon niKtlitiuti, having Un uoiureil that tht-T wovilil not lie inulrntf.l if they praeraMr at teiuliil to their luiKliiew. Lieutenant Copp, who wan in coininun l of the Nup iilan, heanl that the iiiinrK iiU had re occupied the town, and Meaihinx vlime in. opened lire with hiit U iuuder with out warnitiK' The ix-ople tu-tiii)( the boat npirnachiiiK fled to the hilla in a ferritin! condition and with barely time toexul One child wa killed and many hitildiiiir were ilamafred. The authuritiea express regret on account of the inciil.'iit. ! After the taking of Calamha by the Anierii-nn', (ieiti-ral I.awtou ordered that Cuptain Otis, of the V,ihiiik'toii reinieiit, lie relieved of his cotnumnd and placvd under arrest, on account of the slowness and seeming reluctance of the company under his command in obeying flie order to disembark from the acoes and wade through the uiumlie under lire. The men say thst a nuijority of them had ,leen tick and unlit for duty, and were (iveii to under tu ml that ther would lint have to do any nmre righting. Have liar llritlhar'a Ufa. Yankton. S. D . An. H While tern poraruy insane. lUiuert Law, a youiiK fanner, near here, took a clothesline ami walked into a wooded ravine near the bonne. His sister Kllen, who saw bis movements and considered them sus picious, followed shortly after and was horn tied to nee her brother hauling from a limb and apparently dea-L Judg ing the limb from which he bun would not hold tho two, she climU-d the tree and swuiiK off onto the limb. She was mistaken as to its strength aixl was ote lik'ed to clmili biwk to the trunk, from which she reacheil out, and aecurinK a knife from h-r brother's pM'ket, cut the Mpe. He was nearly strangled to death, but the girls prompt action saved tiiut. and he will recover. Alluiil la llteak Jail. Lawreiicelmrir. Ky., Aug. M An at tempt was made to aw open the jail doon by t'biremv He. the alleged crim inal axxuilant, hiu! John JoIiIimhi atmrse tliii f. They succeeded in opening the tintdisir. but were detected'while saw ing through the outsile diMir. The I prisoners kept the saws, as Johnson j ma le a threat to kill the tirt man who I entered the Jail. Injured rgru In ta Killed. Waliash. Ind.. Aug. . A colored hi.l) named Walter I iammoii, reiiding in I iidianapohs, was fatally injured in the Ilig Four yards here while attempt ing to Imard a moving freight train lln Is-gged his partner to kill him, that he might I"' out of his misery. The injured Uiaii was taken out to the county inlir inary, where eeveral physicians ojierated ou In ni. Traicedy al T)ler, I. T. Ardiimre, I. T., Aug. S At Tjlu, eat of here, H W. ruirman. a well known uieri hant, shot A. .1 Siiither bind twice in the aUlomeu. He will die. The wounded man ii a inerehmit. fair man surrendered to the otlicert.here. A by-tander named A. I'mb rliill was se-riioi-ly Wounded by a stray bullet. ! I Mlljr Mflltlllril, Oklahoma City, O. T., Aug. M. The luiirilereil man wlm-e headlesit Ihwly was found tloiiting in the Caiiadian river Friday morning, has not U-eii full ideii- tltied, tlloli :h lie is !eii'vd to 1 A. J. Larly, ot fort Worth, Tex. (Mlicers are still at work on tint case, but no dis coveries have yet been made. lUf K II la Ilia ralhrr. I'liattanisiga, Aug si. - A. II Wulkiiis, a mai limist, attempted to chaxtise his 1'.' year-old "on, Clarence, uUuit soiiiu trivial matter, when the latter drew a knife and stabls'd his father several timet, one of the cuts l'ing in the re gion of tlin heart, entering the cavity and iullict.ug a fatal Wound. Ilrlliaiiilrd Wllloilit llall. Canton. Tex., Aug. s - Charles War ner, charged by complaint with the kill ing of Us, ar 11. Anderson on Four .Mile prairie, this county, was brought Isdore Judge .1. I i. Iiis.e here under it writ of habeas corpus. After reviewing the case .In. 1 -,. Jiu II ri i rue led the pru om r wilhoiit b.ul. klllr I In a lluuaway. llopkin-ville. K'v., Aug. S. -While out driving Wiliimu .lohnsou, aged il Jears, Cl.nt tliiown ir. ,in In, buggy uiiil so baillf injured under the fin-t of a runawaAhorsi that he died of his Inju- rfes. lle'ivas accident. V ivas never conscious after tho Surreroyrad la lha iifHrera. Austin. Ang.M. -J(M, Costley, charged with slusiting J.yW. IIulT, n farmer in Hastrop county, fame to Austin, nn I turremlered to Slioj-i!! White. Ho wus released on f'ss) bind. Wilt Itarurer hi Ihm.I 1 alula, Austin, Aug. 8. -lit is estimated that the two state Intel) agents provided for by the recent legislature will rna 6on. ooo acres f r.m 'parties illegall:, To my friends an d the public -CENERALLY: I have sold to Mr. T. W. Iligg my interest in the firm of Iliggs it Mawhinney and am now in the (irocrry HusinesR on my own account. Vou will find mo one d.mr snulli of Dunn A Daly, with a stock id GKOI'KKIFS, in (Quality and Trice secord to none in the city. Thanking you for the considera tion shown me during the fourteen years that I have In-'!! manager for the firm of lliggs ,V Mawhinney and soliciting a share of your patronage for myself, I am yours truly, J. II. MAWIIINIIEV. IbJTWc ale making spvii.il pi'ues on And have a new and tdegant line of -Mouldings- To select from. You can nave money by tak ing advantage of our present prices for any work you have in this line. TYLER HASWELL. I Have Just Received An elegant line 4,f N.thers.ile Silver Uracebf, Friendship Hearts mid Kra.-elets, which I atn selling verv close for r irst-cla-s (iinsls. I ),,,VP IX lir LOCK BRACELETS IN SOLID COLD. COLO FILLED and STERLIhG SILVER. SOLID GOLD HEARTS. ETC. My line of COI.I) I!U H'lIKS are up-to-date. I tall your attention to my In f .liirm clock of high grades continuous alarm. Also heapcr grade fresh and new. W alhllt S-day Clocks HS heai as can he sold. Call for my new silver Metal S.o., .VI cents p, r s. t guaranteed toe.pial solid silver. We will engrave free f cbargetrntn date ail good.- bnugl.t of us, ,, ,.lU,.r as to price and I'lantity, we want your trade and will appreciate same Cut (ila-, Silver Novelties, Watches, Ktc. at the lowest prices, wbi. h ,iuit be se,. to ap re. iate the low prices. J. M. Caldwell. Agt. Il: ()U inc for Am well fixed to do good w,.rk, and will do your work us well mid at at lw prices as it can be doiie by auyollCaaMaaaa- h'atku hacks u frf,: FITTIXi! I P HESEM'OIKS: j:a tu runs. H0SK IIMAIIUXC, KTC. Leave orders nt Hoitmairs sl,.,p (fnrmerly W.Hitt.n'i shop.) All wrk promptly attended to. M. F. HEENAN Jtr JOHN WITTMAN. Keeps a g,..,d stock id tin- lU.st Imported and Ib.nicMic Goods for Suits ()r l';mts. Kcpahing and clcanine; done at rca-iona- 1 f ble .. WANT i - I'lii Merchant Tailor, BRYAN. TEXAS. 1 V ( I 4 1: IS a. 1 wrii 1 ''on .or $4..r)0, 'iciriljt miint be ill , v'vX"1! Galveston 4 F'- Agent. : CLARKM 11?!