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Vol. IV. No. ML HUYAN TEXAS, T1IUHHDAY MOUN1NG, NOVJiMBEIt .10, lH'J'J. Price r Cents. THANKSGIVING Binfaas I jmmuI more on the (Utility tluui quantity. We aro I a- 1 to announce tlmt no (.lock of irierir i-ver brought to iJry.m eiitiiil our for rjunlity ami nmiirtinent. We Iwve e vt ytliin' in .toe: a fin-t-i-l;i-. Grocery "lore ehnuM huve. We k j. everything in our line ami aU new guid tlmt ure pure anil limi-i'laa. Wo ollVr BATAVIA CANNED G00O3 The ( holer.) Fr ill. ami V White Cliei rie. Koly I'.illy Cl.errie-. Sliced IVaclie fo' i renin. htrlTiii , Pineapple, i-lc. Corn. Totliatoe". Aparagnn Tip. Anparugiii. Pea. linked Hea' h, Salmon. L.l.-I. r. Turkey, etc. Hatavla Mi lire M t. li.che.ie I linga. Salad I rnm I if. S hrimp. LADIES Ar pfci.illy itivit-'l to rail t our stop- mid i u -1 ut our etock uti I kiv worrying over wli.it they will have lii If you want tli" li-t, ioii. Howell firorrrt and loft. POR MAKING CAKUS OLORY PLOUR WILL SUIT YOU, websteivs lloo.D.I.lVewef, aaya : " I rommrud 1INTErIONALj;",,1' II cla In the DICTIONARY word oua'hl ; In viumf of itellnlllnii ; In effcrt Ivemrth.Klanf Irnlu-mlliK pronunciation: In terae and comprehensive statement or flit end la practical uh u a working dictionary. Sitrtmrn mut. t tent on iiiUMrin. Ik ? ! -V T.. k C McrrUlB Co- w? FRANKLIN BROS., i BUTCHERS AND MEAT DEALERS. Wo Buy HIDES, WOOL AND PELTS. And Pay tho HIGHEST MARKET PRICES. TWO HARKUTS-Onc In City Market Build ing and one next door to John li. Mike's Store. BRYAN, : : : : TEXAS. LJ'iJiiiii'it'iii t'liitrirtititiiii-- -----Hiiiii rtai.v. (ii.u:"i. DeUled Crml.n. Dciriflt - Clin ken f..r Sala.l Citron. Orange ami I-tiion ila. e. Iuix.rted Kitf. Mulled 1'mtcfi. I'in Money Pick!. Pick VI Velmit. Il ii i' ndia Ileli.li. Swet I'n k. f . Tomato Chutney, etc. l( -I '. ticiiny TuImhco Same. Celery. Cape Co I (r.ii.l.eirie. Iiou-r ltakery punt Cke. Cake and Cracker. Bros. Rower.. lustier ol U.S. Super m Court. It lu all M me uuc frcai liana m with which the eve anils the PabluWr.. SpriaiVU. Mm.. U. S. A. JOt.ll )inftiiiTtnr'r --'- ' -U- .'-J i Jldlnirii i re.U in Forcim; Them Awav Iroiu II' I'hr l!ivcr. TLX HOUR'S FKJI1T. MitlniPB Sai tlir llorrt Xumbrrfil l.iulil 1 liitiiMml and ( unlrklril lu I'll- 11 -1lil(aiulitir .Nut Kiiui tid. Lin lnB. Nov. '.'!. Ornrral Mi-thiion bun rout.-1 l. wlii.Ii. IJ. -r f.iro at MmlliT rivi-r. TUh war i.liioui rm'pivvt tli follow lu;C ilM.ti n wnt to ii'ti riil liullur bj G"iiiTal M-t Ini.-n : -M.-l.l.T K.vi-i. Tu.-i.lay, Nov. 'JH. Ht. .inn. ilr. in; l ."i a. in. on tlii-em-my I itinn nil lh" Mi.. . r rm-r.f .uii l tti.-iu atr..u, -i.ir. i cii.l aii'l iMmvalc l No uh .iiii i)'. a ii.'Uukiiiif, tli" river buit full. Art.. .ri i-..iiiii.-iir..-.l writli tUe ar- tilli-ry, in it-.l infantry mil cavalry at ."i "ii iii:.l alt u I.I..1 tlii ir . Dillon. Tim Ut .-r" nij'i "i".'-1 ly artnli ry an l wh -i-r in Ir .nt nf a l!i-r fnrr of ni;lil tlu.niaii-1 xiruii;. w.tli two larctt K ii in, f.iiir Kru-;., i t.-. Tha naval l.rii( a.'... r'-tiilTi-l irrrut n--;taiiri fn.in ttm railwuy. A Hi r il-j. rain, liar l lilitititf, w lm !i U.t. -l lo l...iir. our nn-u without wat.-r i.r ( .. 1 n t in tlm luiruiioj aim, Bi4.1 th i-i.i-iay ijii.t thi'ir -iitiiiii. (ifiirral rulu-CrfW wan .inr.f ill lu Kt'tliiiK a niall party urr.'ii tlm rivur, KiilUntly --it-l Iit .v) uppsra. I ik in t-rtiii of liik.'h praiwof tha con duct of nil who worn hii;iik'iI in ona i f the h.u l"t aii'l i n . -1 trying tiht in th aimala of tlm Untmh army If I can iii"iil ion otio arm particularly It la the two LaWi-nri of nrlilirry." Tha hattli. at Mo.1 l.-r rvrr baa ln i..-te. an I tii-iiHral Mthun hat al-di-. another victory to hia ai liiavmnla the pa.t we. k That U It Jof-o l 1 thur ,t'. ,n with iill tiina gallant ry ii amply proven by (Jenrral M.tbu tu i Ji. patch ami it will prohahly t U-.tiftcl to whou th ht of Iirituh caa 0a!t:e4 are male known. Thi iK'i-.-u of thn lintiah clear an other t(fe roa.l to Kiniti-rley, tha !.,' of which (ieiii-r.il Cronjn mut havn p.u-tially rninr.t in or'ler to gwo batllnto (iriieral Methimn. There m little reamin to iloutit, buwaver, the lioen will n.'.iiii rally, a, heretofore after a eemitiKly crmhinK ilefeat. The hnrirhrr are unilvnUxil to bave utrnntf laager at Spytfontein. 4') milm north of Mollrr river, ao another en fakement -.bly awaita tha Lritih befora they can oouiniencw thalaat ata'e of II tuilea from ttpytfuoteiii tu KiuiUr ley. though it i poiotel out that Ueneral Conja will thereby ran a great ruk of bauig caught between Ueneral Metbutn nd Colouel Kekawich. tha Urituh coin maniUr at Kiiutwrlay. Italataxl dupatcbe from Oranga river taya Oaneral Mttbnan a troopa ar ad vancing under tha grealatt dirticultie. fighting n omnipreeent, bat tluioat in Viiihl fua. A ipecial dmpatch from Windaor aayn General Methaen idiapaUh to tbaquawii after the battle of M odder river, aaya "The buttle waa tha bloodieat of the century. Itritiah ahelled tha enemy out of the trenrhe and then cbargad. The reult waa terrible." ENGLAND PROTESTS. HiIm roBiil.lnt. Thai ip.dllU. Ar I AmIiI la Hmii, WuhmKton. Nov. 29 Oreat liritain baa protetel vigorouely tolhia govern ment againit tha organization of axpw ditiun in thn country iutcndd,preum ably, for tha aMintanr of tbe Iloera Lord 1'aunii'fute made tha protcit at the utate department and Secretary Hay referred Lord l'aunrefote to tbe tecre- tary of war. It in no longer a aecret tbat eipedl lion of importance are being organized The uioet notable of these baa it head quarter in tha (ulmrb of thia city, and another will b mpped with fun J in New York City. Uilh of thee organ ization, it In mill, have common back ing and are under tha aiixpicm of an airent of the Trannvaal now in New York. It in uinlerntoo.l that there are million of ilollurH of Dutch and French money liehind themt tilibuntvriug eipe ditioii. Thn itateilepaitiuerit, the war depart ment and the treaanry department have informeil the llritixh ambaaeador th.it very precaution will be taken to pre Tout tha aailing of armed expedition in the iutereat of the Tranavaal. The t ate department, i. in fket, occupying the inn position it held when MmUter Du- pay de Ixnne protexted agint tha or ganization or Dlibuatering eipeditioni to Cuba. Some day ago tbe Uritiih auibaieador tddreaaed a Uote to tha atate department asking tbat the itecrt aervlce detail in to look imo proapertlve tllihueting trpeilition. Tin wa done, but no ar reet have been made and nothing baa been f und on which to addreea re monntrance to tbe peron involved. The auilnfivlor alo axked tbat no aupplie bo sold to pernou KUipected of intending to a-i-t th H-r All that tbe eecret arvK men have Ixen able to dlwuvrr la trial "alelmdieil men of military traiiiinx' iuieii I to a:iil f.,r Havre and other irt not K uliah A part of tha cheUie .,( thee - lll-ll II i Mid, i to pro j cd to tue Traxivaal a uunera I THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Me.1 ln.port.nl r..lar Ar New 1 .!. a. I., mm riaaar. WaihiiiKtoii, Sov. li'J. - President Mc Einler'a third annual meaaaga to con gre.i i now practically complete. Only uch change and additiou a davelop. merit in the Philippine! and eleewher during tiie next few day necoitate will le made. It waa read at Tueeday'a raliiin-t meeting It ia the longeit me an we ever .-ut to congreea by lreident McKuili y, i-omprmiig mora than 20. (cw I Word. The mmt iniirtant feature of the BieiMge relate to tha new dependence nd to the financial queation. The e aential feature on the topic were tbu outhnrd by a meintwr of tbe cabi net Sovereignty i to be ettabliibed thruiigtiout the Philippine and to be Mrmanently maintained Civil govern ment i to be riteiided throughout tb Ulandi a rapidly aa poeml-le, on line aoinewhat to tl.e arraugeuienta affected for the government of tbe ialaud of Ne gro. Attention i invited to the report of tbe Philippine coinmieeion aa to why it It iuipuwil.le fur the Cuited State to part with tbe ialand. and a tu tbe great commercial advantage in holding thriu. Civil government lu Cuba under military control i recommended until aomeaub-itantial progre hai Wo made through the medium of tu&rage toward tha eatnblUhuient of au independeat form of government Atteution l called to the fact tbat tha cen'i will not be completed until Dec. 1 and a tb Spaudiard hav. under tbe treaty, until April nazt to decide whether they will become citi len of the iiland.it will not be poaiible unt:' 'bat time to hold genet al election to determine upon the future govern ment of the ialaud. The question of the anneiation i. therefore, left open. Oreat atre ia laid upou the improve ment lu the ialand during the year, nut ouly commercially and agriculturally, but aluo in tha aanitary condition of tli citie and town. Treaulent McKiuley recummend that civil government immediately repU.-e the military iu Porto Rico a civil gov ernment to be appoints and a council or Ugtaiatur U be elected by tbe peo ple, prprty and educational qualifica tion to be prescribed for voter A to Hawaii, the president iuggeta immediate legUlation to put into effect a territorial form of government and tbe mndilicaUna of tb pending bill t3 Cor reapond more narly with tbe creeent OTminent of lii iilaada. Tbe Ilagtie oenfirinc 1 to be pointed to with aatiaf action aad a tatetueut made tbat the treaty agreed to at thi conference will be aubniitted at once to tbe aenate. Oratiflcatlon i eipretaed over tbe final aettleuient of tbe Vene zuelan boundary oontrvery. Samoa oo me in tar Urge ahare of attention, the loittng vnt of tbe year are re viewed aad tb tatmnt made tbat a oew treaty will aoon be sent to tb sen ate for tb partition of th island. Tbe president refer to the trade it nation in China and the verbal aaaur ancoa received by thi government from power having sphere of influence in that empire that American trade and right will be respected. He will also announce that he ha requested that tbece verbal naaurance be planed in writing, but beyond stating that favor able auawer ar expected, be will be unable to inferni emigre tbat he ba received th formal communication denred. GOVERNMENT OF CUBA. rrsalSea lada.Ma aa I Ike Aeatelal aneat ef a Oaveraer. Washington, Nov. SI. It i learned tbat the preeidtnt has not finally deter mined whether be shall make (ieueral j Wood goveruor of tbe entire island or appoiut him governor of ouly th eaat I ern part of Cuba, placing Ueueral Lud low in charge of the western half, and determining hiinaalf all question re specting a Hair relating to the entire island. The Utter plau cemmend it self to the president and practically, in View of tbe pressure exerted by friend of Oeneral Ludlow to secure recognition of hi service. Ilefore adopting It, however, be wiabe to consult with General Wood aud obtain hi viws. Iu vent Ueueral Wood' appointment, either as governor of the entire island or only of tb eastern portion, will not be announced until after congre convene. Tb autborltie ay that in caa a di vided control Is decided upon, it will b an easy matter for th two officer aov Kre.h KM-drl hi,i,iii fre.h CurrviiH ritriina Oram. , aad Lemon ttrl Fmh Muxaltl Kal.lua In ta. evrrjil.h.a 0,i for juur FRUIT CAKE... I i I Krr.h Barrel on v. Mango.-, an.l -w. , H, HYMEN'S GOODS, the Kem.mb.-r are FRESH, PURE COOPS. I'lace jour order for TUnk'irlrlnf Turkev, JOHN B.MIKE, Telephone 1 MIMMIIIMtlMMKMIIII lrtg aa governor to refer to aanington all queation affecting tb whole island and that the president can promptly de termine them and announce hi decision by cable. In appointing civd governor at thi time, the president is gudied by a desire to prepare tbe Cubana for independent adiuiniatratiou. Home rule in Cuba can certainly not tie permitted until aftor April :tO, l'joo, by which time all Hpaniard remaining In the ialand moat have made a declaration before a court of record of their deciaioo to preserve their allegiance to Spain. Failure te Bake audi declaration will mean ac cordiug to the treaty of peace, that they have renounced aucb aUegianc and to have adopted the uatioCtli(j of Cuba. Although the Cuban can will be completed orThuraday, alertios can not occur until after AprlTtO, in order that all th person entitled to a voice in the affair of tbe ialand may cast their vote. It 1 understood that Gen. Wood will discus thia feature of th ,aban affair with tb f reaident DR. PAUL M. RAYSOR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Uryarj, Texas, See overUameet Prug Store. Ree. deuce phot 131. TODARO'S SHOE SHOP! I make first- liu- boot and hhoe, and do all kind KHz repair work neutly and promptly. I do the heft work at the clieapeet price. g aTZannutti block. ...X Todaro. Getting a Good Start In your CnnnCej, i only possible when your buying is riht when every penny you expend bring back to you a fair return. In buying lirocerii syou don't have to pay for any firlla or extru at our rtore we charge you only for the goodr, utid we cell the best at tho lowe?t prices, (live us your next order and tet our ability to prove our claims. Dee Mike Jr. & Co., TULKl'IIONIJ an. n a: r t 1 rilBMMIM " ' PUnCELL. I.T. F' -1 t 'a..,,. ilJUVal BEST IN THE WORLD upUxUle on ttcrjlhlng rt HarperWhiskey ...A Mi'llow ...NoMp Wliiky, ...I'uiv, Nourislihir, ...I'nailultcralr'il. 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