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For Breakfast? I you Live tli tt t all important article n good i.up of coll'ce? Or was it weak ami inu'll y, or if etrong; did it fail to have that flavor ho essential t j 1 -tiK the palate? I)i you know that Chase A Sanborn's Collies have tbn strength nmi flavor co necessary to the correct article. Not put up in pateT package and ctoreil in warchuu-t'S for weeks lut fresh from the roasters. We nre sole agent. Clarke & Dansby, IT.T(MATK (iKOCKIN. II. AT. O. Time Card, llryan Jtorthbound No 1 12 IH p ro ouibboiind No 4 .03 p m Northbound So 3 2.07 a m Honthliciind No 4 I:4H a m I. A (. N. Tune) Ttlle, Miotnie tut aoer t. No. 1 leavee. a m. So. 3 leave i a. m. ar iHirsn, So. 2 leaves .SM . iu V'i. 4 leave . ..4 JW . di. KKrWKkN lis A US sl 4S AHT'lMn. No. 0, leavi llcarne 3 10 p. in. I No. 10, arrive, at llearne. . . . 1 1 V a. in II. XT. C Time, Initio Untrue Ho HI l aol'Sll. So. I arrive I.' .Op. jn o. J arrive. ..2.4 a. a , LOCAL NEWS. J. H. Francia, of Cottonwood, ai anionic tin vimtorn to our citv yeter. day. A. V. Miealcy, of Uellance, a among the viiiior to the city yeter. day Col ton eed liulla fr sale at 1 1 60 per ton at tlie llryan oil mill; delivered J'i per ton. l 27'.' I. M. Cook, ii( Steep Hollow, gave the Ka'le a pleeaant rail while here jrrterday. Milt ll.irn returned to lloiiatufl ye terday, after viitmg relative and fiien.la lit re. I W. i. I.aw.c mill hod, of Kurten, i acre iaitora to the Kaglr office yeetcr j Uy afternoon. Caidwed'i new goods are the admir- alion if all a ho have ecii them. Have voii veil them yet ' l 7 A. A. Farley, reptceeiiting John K. llur-t A Co., l fi lor l'allniiore Ul night after hi apring sample. . on tne noon train yealerlay, being en route li'iine from Iloittnn to Waco. Mr, r-ainiiel Levy in viaiting in lloti ton. Mi. Marwil.ky is waiting in Nava-: The superb d.eplay of watches, ,!,., jB ring hii.I everything new in the jewel- ry line, at Juo. 1. ( aldweli r. U Just rc'ivcl, sweet, hour iuil J. M. Liurciice .1 27'. Fine Alfalfa aeed at Woolen Har der. 5.1 ir-.il lloniw fur rent. App'v to Joe i rr- j I i 1 1 pickle at inky. ,s; lV(. I.. IS. Ke if a viaiior to the city' , . ,, , , . t , 1 Mr. M A. I.vctt ho has been here yesterday. I vivtimj her .lHiiliter, Mr. 1!. II. liar- Lanu the machinist, at Carra IUr.'rUi .ft y..t.r,lav fur lloiiaton to Kie.t.,re. ,lf. m.itre.al.ve. J. C. Hi nue h'Te ye-ter lay from I'a n I'riiir.e. , Cliaa. 1: 1 1 n 1 ii r " rent.itimiit in ihe ! Zi-i.naii l iiN k m now 1 1 1 n ilay aiol llollHii for rent, Novemlier I. Applv , niitht. Ueii.ai lneai :S'n-ent. Sl.oit ri i liiiiclie at all hour-. II to V. It. Lawrence. I:'V I. rink Mount Vernon I'ure Hye at the Kipomti.ni H.tloon. ' M)f Mi Ij-ila iiritllu left venterlay fir ':; an l Ft. V .rth. Mr. K. K. loiii. m viriliiit: her on, Waiter It r.Mi I. Will It. Thoinat an I J. W. Dyer have rvtiirneil (nun the Paila fair. S. S. Keiine.lv aaa here yeti rilay from tha Stone City neiKhlirho nI. ISiiy your aho. fr..tn I'ark A Wal hop air I tfet them nhinel free, il.'i.i ( , Frank .V.hima ri-tiiriieil to Waco yea-M-r,lay after ipendiiiu aeveral Jay here. Jlra. Ii, .(iainer anil Mia l.iilie M a' rot I roi. .V Co., have one of the He' K'llfHl ilmiiM 1'holi. vraj.lm, win. h ia tlie ileliirht of all a ho hate lieanl ita ri'inarkatilu leproihirtiuiia of iniiaic aii'l apeeeh. Allen IHchs ainl ihuihter, Miaa M.i lioila IyrN, of Kethel, were p!caiiDt Culler a, the Kail nthce yeatertlay. Tliey report a line kcIkmiI in pr l;' e-a at liethel, with 101 pupil flitolle.1. The Tatile h arna with leiet of the ilealh i if Mary, the little !. lighter of Mr. an. 1 Mr. J.J, Kuapnm, at their home heluw Colletti', oine time aincr. Tliey have the lyinpathy of ninny Xly J.nie-have returne.1 from iHU j fneml m their Rreat ha. I: SEE OUR WINDOW! Wt art iti.;vh, iho lianiltmni..! eln-Uoii ami iirwrtt l.lrai In FINE AMERICAN CUT CLASS Con.l.lliniif I' liii-h B.iwl, CmUnl l'iii, HaU.I an.l fruii ll.ml. YI.rr Tray., f Vase, Tumtilnri, Kin. Wa tmjr dlreiS fnim Mnufa!tiireni an.l pliu e In fore yon nnlv ! the lald.l Cull. W am ili.iMrin a hi.aiinrnt .i.t.'Oitu ,,r Ki, I....I t..i.i ! -"4 " - "'iwi'inii 1'iiya Tablet, I.mn.l (inn linnrtil I'blna IDon't select until you see our line and prices. Wilson-Jenkins Drug Co. COLUMBIA SAILED ALONE. Am anUnl tm tk khtumt Itwablaa Ika tlua Ifacki. New Vork. Oct l" -Tba topmaat of tharnp challenur Shamrock waa car riel awny 2.1 minute after the Iik am rle atn ker bail croaael the atartinK line Tneailay ami her rnoruion club aail with ita :t'") trvt of canvaa came rat tlinK (h)wn tbeileck, leaving her a hope leaa cripple. No amount of pluck or courage cuuM fare aucb a rataatrophe anil Captain UoKrtb immt.liately ahao donwl the race, towinic bark to anchor age after he bail cleared away the wreckait The Columbia coiitinnml over llix conrM alone, placing to her creJ.t the mKoii l of the race for tbe America rnp. Tbe acciileut to the Shamrock ruinej the race and cauael tbe keeneat regret anions tbe yatebnien ami tbe tbon aamla of aiKbtaeer. It i unfortanate tbat tbe ilnfeniler ahoahl bare been tbe beneficiary of an accident, a there ii little glory in heating a cripple, but the rule in ironclad. If crippled hefure the atart time fur repair la allowed, hut once over the line if any thing carrie away the aullerer mint make ucb re pair aa he can, or if rendered hor da onmhat he inuat take tbe cunaeUnrea Tbere it good ene ami logio behind tbe rule. The race are a teat of con trui liou ai well aa deait;n and (eauian hip. A new topmaat will be ent op and be will be reineaaured. Sh will prob ably be taken out for a apin to try ber tie itick and tbe tt'lrd race of the aerie will he nailed ou Tburaday. Tbi race will lie run over a windward and leeward courae, and If tbe Columbia wina, the aerie will have been com pleted without giving the Shamrock an oppoitunity to teat ber merit in ber favorite pulnte of aalling over a trt augular trnirw PHILIPPINE POLICY. A rudt Miartad Agalkil Ik Kaeplag f ItlMA l.laada. (1iicai,ii. Ih;t 11 -The 0ipiitlin of the antieip.iii!uuiat to the auhjugitinu of the Filipino tiok tangible form Tue day in tint uiiwtin of a Unit lM) dele gate from different part of the coun try to launi h a crmle a'.'aintt the pil icy of the admiiiiatratiun iu the i'hilip-piyi-a. The meeting wa called to order In Central Mtiaichall hy Ti-mporary Chair man Kdwin Ilurritt Smith of Cbicagj. The ciiyinittre on organization of the conference waa aptiiited aa fulluwa: lieurgut'. Merit f. Philadelphia: Frank Scott. Chicagu; Iaua Kite, ISoMoii; Luiii It. r.brii-h. Colorado Spring. Col, and Paul F. Coateui. St. Iicil J. Sterling Morton prcaided at the ev ning IM...I..U and Carl S-hurz dehv erel the addrea of the evening. A. II. Tolinan of Chicago alxi a.ke. ' THE TRIAL OF JESTER. atlnaal t l4ara ! la lb lif mm tlklahvina Mas. I'aria Mo . tKt. pt. -Senaatioiial evi-1 deuce wa adduceil hero in the prelim inary tr'al of Alexander J.wttr for1 murdering liilUrt U!e. The atate had etli)ihd the fact that (iatea bad diapH nri-d at aome point mi the Hulen lauv. eautof Middle (imve. M.l Wil liam M.m y of iklahoiiia, teatitied that on Jan. i. 171, he ini't Jentvr alone with two oiittitM at the w.-it end of tlm lluli n lane. Hn rwore that in tlm rear wagon he i.w a lly covered with a hlailknt. except the feet. At till point the two outfit left the l.tmi and drove, down a private fond hading to the wihnN on tbn Itei'lie ranch. A he went weit oil tlie 1 1 n l.ii lane, the direction from which .! -t. r came, witnem aaid he eaw- a trail of I.I.hmI in the mi.iw and , followed it to where there waa a large pool of Miaul. I YELLOW FEVERi j hevanlean .New i'aaea. Key Will. Fla . I let. IH - There were 17 caiieA of yellow fever reMiMrd Tea- 1 day No li atli j l.rr...lnc .1 t.r I rui. Vera Cm., Mei , Oct. is The yel-1 low fever i decreaelng at thia port on 1 account of the cooler weather and the! tietter aamtary precaution. (Ilia yellow fever patient ha died at I Cordoba, who had tried treatment with Saiiarelh aeriim. Several l.ew i ac have appeared at Onaha and a uiiiiiIht of death from tb diae have occurred Vera Crui continue healthier than Orizaba. Hotel Arnrala. I fcxciivxi.K. Tho.. Dicke.-am, St. Lou i; J K o'li.er, Uity; w M pne, GaUe.lon; A B Matthew., WJ Kyle, Chicago; B L ( leuieni. V U Oi.lieer, Ft. Worth; J H Walker, Si. Loni; W (i Pal mer, Houaton; t J Semple, St. Ixni., W W nca, lialla; H I) Smith, Chatta nooga; Pave D Cahn, Dalla. '1'iioNi: ?. aJ.leM ii'iti '' imiti i 'tit Ai'ili Villi Mf'ai ban 'iiAlnlifiiai'ii'ai li'ii ktiiaii'ti'ia'i The Kagle 1iom. thai tbe call of Prof. P. J. .McPonahl for a tneeilng of the Mte teacher of the county, in Pry an, Jctolier I'm, for the purpose of organiz ing a teai hera' inalitute, will meet with hearty teKna fiom all the teachera f the county. The bei efiU of theae Inatitute are ton . known to need ny argument a In tkeir favor, and Hie hearty co-operation of tha teacher i all that i neceanaiy to inmire U, nC. ee of the movement. V. A l!AK(iAlN.-Bi.z, h.ttom lai m con. i, ling of 2!0 aa re of land well unproved and in go.nl (tale of cultiva tion. ll antlii ient tiinU-r for u-e of place. Silnaied between Lillla and liig Pray..,, river a. Known a the Ayen fa'iii. Tin farm ran I bad at a bar-31''- HudwoANali, 11 Peal Ktate Ageul. A GOOD LIVER 3 It on who live well, or in other wor 1. one who huya jrroceriw of t:; ;JN0. M. LAWRENCE & CO. 1 V wiah to call your attention to the fct tbat i nowhere in the city ran be found a more com- f j: ilct or .rentier stock than our. pcmJ Ui your orlert) and he convinced of the merit of our gooil and be a good liver. S ! Inn IVI I nwrnnrp & fin. "",H0 i hi John M. Caldwell ia ahowing a i,ew and lieatipful line of Sterling, Silver good kniva, lorka and apoona pearl handled, toll.1 ailver and in handaoma oak cheat. Jut tha thing lor wed ding i retenta. J h7 -t . I . - i . : ,r fi ; .rrrvrvrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrvr..rrrlirrrrrrerrrrrerlir The large-t and flneat aiortrneot of cut glaaa ever brought to Bryan ia now eihibiiion at Jno. M. CaldwelPa. dS7 For Sale Cierjlle huggy horae, aafe for children to drive. II. V. Shield. All kind of tine millinery very cheap at Mr. C. M. Pro tor. ptftf i i 2 i ; IS A nice Org.'tn for ea'e ch' ap S Mr. T. C. Nunn. .1270 Choice Seeds! When you want need to plant, you want the ;ure article. We keep them in Mock and you can depend Uion them at all times. You tag no chance of Johnaon prana eed when you K'i your grain from u. We have in utouk and to arrive the tienuine rattled fflust fl)roof ats. Wheat, Rye, Hurley and all kind small grain. We are head quarters for Alfalfa and IWmuda See I, liavens Food, dead hot fur chicken cholera and the finet condition tmwder for all kind of rt. k. We handle the SING TOY C1IIXK.SK CHICKEN I'OWDKU which will destroy Lice, Fleas and Mite on chickens. We are also headquarters for BAGGING AND TIKS, and pay the hi(?het market price for cotton seed. We deliver Cottn Swl Hulls to any part ofthecity from one hundred pound up. Six'cial inducements to the country people for hulls. Como and ee ui. I C. Ii MOOHK, Uryan, Texas. j Mn"k Metroo!itan cigar ao'd at .l'"eiion . aioon. on. EAT GOOD MEAT! I '.-) t i f 1 1 1 line of new and up-to date i iher noveltie of all kind at Cald- well'a. Price low. d; I Wiiriiliig: Don't Walt. Have your rtovra put up U fore cold iveatder -t in and your al vaiiizeil flue iiiH'( ted, and avoid danger of tire. Knamiiie my t'ck of Ileatinn htove. I n a peed air light heater for 12. I employ twj firti la tinner' an 1 can do your work quick. Kindly a-king ymi to call, I am respectfully, J. Ai.i.kn Mvkii". I The Hot Kutter. Phone lit. d27S W. ,. WALLACI: haM'orchakcd the W. I. TUANT Market, the Ncwc-t, Cleaned and hcvt Meat Mai ki t ill town, and will furni-li GOOD MEATS at ALL TIM ICS. We are determined to do this, and the only way we can affonl to do it is to get the Mmicy tor evety pound we sell. To do this, we will STRICTLY FOR CASH. No exceptions in favor of anvhoily. Your husincss solicited, on the hasi of (food meats at fair price. W. J. WALLACE. T m4 -. cNile for one wetk onlv commencing rs Miami t ailar if iiaraallaa, Jacknoiiville. Fla , Oct. in -Owing to tbe dincovery of another upiciou c.no of yellow faver at Miami, Rat Health Oflicer Porter ha placed that town un der quarantine. ( tiDArlantlev llau. Autin.l).t.)n.-Tlie attorney general ha received a letter from a man in Sail Francitt'o, wanting to know who he ahould pay a coi.aciauce fund poll tat from 1:'J to ss . n, lived in th late during thoae year and paid no taxe and hi ronicieuce i uow hurting him. I'rlllrlaail tiniparvr William. Berlin. Oct. in Dr. Klapper, editor of the IViilache Agrar Corienponjeni ha heiin aeiiteuced to iiuprttouinent In a fortre for eix month on a charge of h'e iiiajmte, for criticiaiug Kuieror William. llalaaaed from I'aatadjr, Ardmore. I. T.. Oct l.V-Hu.1 Noten of t liia city, who waa arreated and beld in Wyoming on a charge of complicity In the Union Pacific train robbery, wa rlaed. having piovud an alibi. lv03TID-"", OCTOBSE IS. We arc overstocked, the public gets the benefit of it. The greatest reduction in prices of colored shirts ever offered to the people of Hryan. An elegant opportunity to save from 25 to 50 per cent on your fall supply of shirts. 10 dozen line nenliee rhirta withoutcollars, cull's to match, "Wilson l!ro." make, in new fall patterns, regular price 1..0, sale price 1 () lo dozen fancy Neglige shirts without col lars, cull! to match, elegant patterns, "Bi tnetalic" hrand, regular price II. 00, salt) price T.'ic 12 doen Negligee shirts, collars and cufls atttirhod, "liiiuetalic" make, nice assort ment of patterns. Kxeellent values for 1.00, sale price Too ii dozen Negligee shirt, collars and cuffs at tached, neat stripes and checks in fine Percale, former price 7"'C, sale price 4oo 5 dozen colored st itrhosoui ahirts, cufls to match, "Silver" brand, regular price II sale price 50 8 dor.cn colored etilT bosom shirts, cufls to match, MANHATTAN brand, beautiful assortment of fall patterns, regular price 11.50, sale price 95c Ilemcmlier these aro not hard lots, but new sea sonable goods in standard brands. Wear AMERICAN Shoes, the best S.'J.oO shoe on earth, and get your shoes shincd free at our store. Parks & Waldrop, HENS' OUTFITTERS.