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FOR PURITY AND QUALITY. Our lrug. dJ Medicine., and our facillliet for filling pi.crlption accurately and promptly perfect. Our own remediea Jamea' Aoti-lii.iou hi!, Jamet' Cboiera Mixture, Our Own Ksrseparllla re unurpaed aa family medicine. 7 Alfred Wrights' l'er fume,, Fine'Siap. and Toilet Article of k!nd. Fine Stationery, Ftc Etc. James & flleDougald, THH LEADING DRUGGISTS, Bryan, Kandy ASH OYSTER PARLOR. () O Q I Buy a a ! the Best... l 5r H'tcortii'j F.xtrarU of Ti- itilla, Lemon, Hun- mid other are the lent, .Uiui u ijuml hmiie wifii jhi i in have cunt i unvijht ly the ue of nr Es traeti ami inferior leurctnivj jmvdtr. Try me for either mint are hi'jh ijnule and no hinher in jinVc. iiuolitij eon- 11 w .... K tidcrtdthan thnttyou buy of J ? the Grocer. I hare no the J S hijhtit ijnvlt Virgin Olive Oil K t', niiw nunnit'iJroiri 0c :rth io a gallon, at hnlfthe prieefor ' R the Kind you get in bnttlet, and there it won finer for tnlnd J and table ue. Try my Spice j (Mii you vill not be dinup K pointed. i BEN S. READ, i' Tht finiRRlil. TO ALABAMA, MISSISSIITl, TKNNKSSEK, (;r.ou(;iA. KENTfCKY, NORTH AM) SOl'Tll CAROLINA, AND FLORIDA FROM Houston & Texas Central POINTS December 20, 21 AND 22. TICKETS LIMITED 30 OAYS. Rate, ONE FARE ROUND TRIP, QUICKEST route to New 0r. leatiM ami juiinU in Soutlieast via. New OrlcntiB, i via Houston, the route of the Sl'N'SKT-CKNTItAl. SrEClAL. Through trnitiH on above Dutea. H. F. B. Morse, M. L. Roiihins, I T. M. (J.I'.AT.A. EXCURSION Texas. Kitchen HF-UWICK MAY Owir Served in any style. Tlic liuc-t.... Candies, Fresh Fruits, FIDE CIGARS, LOWMEY'S and CUNT HER' $ Candies. Phone 202. lerli ..hi want PIPE WORK AM) l'Ll'MI'.INi; Water backs in Stoves Fitting up Reservois Bath Tubs Hose Repairing Etc. l.t.r.or.l. ri at i.rVe A Zlmim rmau a Uii.. All work j.nimi.i; Uoi.e. M. F. HEENAN. W UHI lurk for ftalx. Notice i hereby given that on W'Hi'rtday.tlieOtL day o( Dettml.er, lS'.ift, the Walla Fargo F.xpreai company will eell at public auction between the houi. of 10 o'clock a. ni. and 4 o'clock p. ui., to the highest bidder for c.ih, at iU otlice in llryan, Teiaa, one gray ish brown jack the tame llng now held by the .aid company for unpaid traniortation charge, to-wit: about 110; and lieing unclaimed by it owner. Tbe proceed of .aid tale to I applied, ao far at may l ueceM.rr. to the i.av. w nientof "aid charge and the eipenee of keeping (aid jack. Weill Fargo Kxpre Comp.my, by V.. H. Iximax, Agent nryan, iti., :ot. lS'.t. ;;u X "TICK OF UPKCIAL STOCK llul.I) FIW MKKTINli. llniiHton, Texa. Nov. 7, Iswi. .tuiiLr, i nereov uiven ti.ai aiiecial meeting of the etocktmldera of me iioiiNion .v lexaa Central Kailroad . ompaiiy baa been called by the lioard of Inrector of aid cmpany, to con. Veue at the general ollice of nai.l com. pany in the City of ll.mi.ton, Texa. at twelve o'clock. nrMin on tl,u tii,,i.i..uni. day of January, Hhni, for the pnrpo-e of aiitnoriiiiig uie making, execution and deliveryof a lirat mortgage upon the railroad recently purcliKeed and now owned by aaid i punv cmuinnly known a the "Waco ,v Northwi Hlern liviion of ll.e lloiiHtoii A Texa ( en tial Kailway" exti n.ling from a i.,,in( i or near the town of I'.rei i.l m k,,i,. erton county, via Marlin and Waco, to a point in or near the town of l!.i-a,' in Mclennan county, with it fiaiicln-eN am! appurtenance to eeeure the pay ment of tiret IIIuMl'hl'.. K.ii.U ol n', IIoiihIoii ,tc T exita Central Kailroit.l in l an v to an amount not en. e..,ili, tweutv-tlve thiiuand tlollai fur . ,i,.l. mile of Hnid railroad, payable at a time not excee.lini.' thirty vc-.ru fron- il..,.. date, and beiniug intere.t at a rate not '' 1'ng cix per cent. er annu n, payable i-eini-antiuiilly, to be ieaiied .ir the purHe of paving for, completing, improving and operating the eai.l rail. road with ita francliiae, and aiipurlen. nee. K W. C XV V.. War..l,.r HoiiHton .tc Tenia Central Kailroad Company. d j.n Hi MIMffS General Yun E titer Another Towu Which He Alarnlunctl. BEUS HARD MARCH. BI M.B Ran upon the Femy and Male a Iliaj Capture of ,'Nn, Ammunition and Takra Same I'rlMinrri. j Manila, Nov. 20.-A di.p.toh from , Associated I're. rorre.pon.lent at Nam .opacan, province) of Uuion.dted Sun ' day. Nov. 27. ay(: j 'The Oregon, Samara and C'allao with i m lluJcket and marine from tb. Oregon capture,! IVrt Vigan. provlnc j of South IIoco. north of here today. Tha Hauiara, Callao ami Oregon engaged in j a iharp bombardment of Vigan. Firing ceased almost imme.liat.ly and nailort I and marine, with a Held piece, were I landetL It is reported that I..... s-onl. i.r, I .11 . it- . . tluu , filar, r.r. ilia T -. . . . ,1. i . - . uuiu jo tune norm i ami uai concluded to wait at Namaoap can fur the rest of their reinforce- 1 a Vain. , T ,,rPe. WM j at aiuacapacaa on Sunday. Imt a move north wa. expected to take pUce on Monday Two cmpanie. of th, Thirty bird volunteer, .re on th. way or,h t,. reinforce th. tr.H-p, at N.m.c.p.c.a a...... a . Tl a -leru.a.awne. in.ni .Nan, .cap-.,, Judge McClelUn wa. w.U known ay when the bluejacket, and marine. or,r the iUt, sn jllfUt fc u lauded . igan they found the in.ur- held the ofiit, of di, rid ju L o gent, had led Th. navy will hold the ,h, district o-m.ed of Lam. , f a , town until rel.eve.I b, thetroop., which . .Dd Hcd Kiver c-.untie. .m.. until aro on the way. Oeueral Young with 1 hi death three troop, of cavalry and a .mall de- Jlllk. M,nel!. wa. S3 year, of age, ach uent of Wat,. comu.aniW by ,nJ w.a trn in thi. county, wher. h. Lieutenant. 11,11, Wu.nla, and IUoimt. reaided ah..t cuntln.um.ly until hi. arrived at Namacaparan fron San Fi-r- death n.nd,oonThur.d.y.Nov 53. There, He wa. . very prominent l.wver .,,4 they receive! the new. that Aguiu.ldo j a man who had a .t,g friend' in hit paaae.1 north through Nainacapacan on every acquaintance. Tueaday. Nov. '.'1. while Omeral Yonng j Pecened wa a Ma.n of high atand wa waiting at San Frnandino. -Ji) mile i Inif-'"! the funeral nervier will le outh. The rebel chief 1 now believed conducted ly that order thi afternoou to b. in hiding in Abra province. When H."..7T.a..7.". a.1.j Agiiiii. lo paaaed , ,ough Nama-.p.. can .11 hi. talk wa. In favor of oontinn- 1UK the war. ' ,. . . . Tbe hghtin which Colonel llell de-1 ....1 ..i.i.. ...u.i 1 . ... 1 .. ... .... .'. irairu aim pi atirrn.1 uie reoei liriira.le of (ieiieral Alojannnno and Snn Miguel took place on the .iimtuit of the ui.mn- r ,n" "" nJ rlean, Kailway kr-et the uieiiila r, of the regiment, tain, weat of M4ngalar.11 forming a di- COIUPny ,u" Well. Fargo Kipreat Aft. r the greetit,.-, were over th di vide Wtw.-ei, I41r,..n vllea.l .... : "! The tleee.e. wa. employed ' " """"M" h Urg. freight hoiiaa f .K-e.n Colonel lull.' regiment, the in- I fautry and Fowler' company of ihe Thirty-third volunteer left Mangalaren Monday morning and marched 21 hour with 4 hour rc.t tiver bare and water lea rnlge. along narrow trull, and through can.iiiiL At dnyliL-ht. Nov. the tr..r, emerged frmu the timlfred cnon uN.n I the divine, running int.. the reliel ad-1 vance guard, who retreated to the main ! bo.lv tiefiifa tlln ah. M .1 i tttj 1..... f'..l 1 - -J - A 'ii I,,. , Ilell. who wa, in advance with aoouU and on company, bad th.. reMa in full rout Ufore the main body of tro..p, ar riva l Tbey fleeing down the mountain toMaeiwamp Utween Mangalaren and AK'.ntM. leaving in .lead and many wonoVl and abandwning two Nurdfii- j feMta, one twy-inch Jvrupp, one Maxiul 1 and on Hotchkua. Tkev wr chaaed through the avvainj. alld thoroughly di!red CnLitiel lull i-...t.i..,l .11 rAiittiPa.! t1l their artlllerr. .untilie, an.l c!,.tliin.. I in.l i'i.flit. ! ,, . many Mau.-r and Remington, aome American Wnichtr and tiyvi rouatl of ammunition. Klfie,. ani ate.. Were abandon.n in . therein retreat and wt-r ratter! I Increase over the preceding year nf lipt " WM not " ''u,r Mnwbile tue ' along th trail f.,r two ni.lr the r.my 1 0l7rt, an ina of ft t'ir Jvr' toxo w "'t ou,IJo to wait for a d-1 eeping empty ban M with th. exeep. ' tht aatimate of tha commtaaTonir'aiad. c"""u 1 "" ,u,ir Uou lo tion of a few rifle, Wnmea and rhild. on Tear air.i. the cold, iud Mayor M. Culloch linallr n. .. tion of a few rifle, Wnmea and child ran mth thi. k, i.i tn ramp had no time to eacape IW.rrl I'.u-ar. chief or m. araenal and a few other pria.,m,r retaken. The rebel, bad artillery tr.inet! to wn.man.lthe right trad from Mangalaren. but O.lon.l 1',1 approach- d from tbe oppiit. d;r.-,-ti,.n Tl- rebel, were e.tiuiated to have nuuilr "'"' men with a. nu F.nirh.h, Jp. aneae. French and Spanh oihrer. M..UI lur Mall. Waahington. Nov Tke president ba. directed that a congressional n,.al of honor U preientetl to (.'oli.n.-l J y. Ilell of the Thirty sixth t'nite t State. . . , - . !..,,. i.ir iiisiiugi.i, gallantry in action in Septemr. Iwj, near !W. Luzon, I'. I - lull K.a.s ni.pi.aa. "oe..romn.r. lie ,a-t been auf. Manila Nov -1 C 1 . 1 1. 1 " Un ttom 'w Manila. Nov .0 - - ( olonel I. Laa ieneral Vane, waa a ."onfederaU Mi defeated and scattered the bnga.L, , dier of ,h.l,nc,,ou and .,v.d through (Jeneral Alejnndmio and (J.neral S,a out the war. 'nrouga .Miguel, ine eugagsinent took t.Iareon tne siimiuii 01 a mountain, tin insur gent tieing so confident of the iiireg nahility of their poaitinn that they had their fiimiliea with them. The Amer icans captured the enemy munitions and artillery. rl(ht Again. I H.ih.rL. New York. Nov. '-"J -The Journal . Washington rpecial say that the clerk 01 lli lioime savs near v l! mm iim sons bnve protested against the seating flf Ruliert. thm tM,liiru,,,iH 1 of Kolierts, the Kilygaiiiist. t rlmlaal Aasaull ('harsd. Terrell, Tex., Nov. VU. Constable Wimlierley has placed Frank Stowe under arre,t charged with criminal as ault, and lioar.le.1 the train for Iiallas with hi prisoner. feltea llroksrs Fall. Liverpool. Nor. 5-Th. failure of ' Dry..n. Cniper & Ca. a .....11 firm of! cotton broker., ii Announced. KENTUCKY MUDDLE. Oeeeraee ttr4f 1 ) H. Has Aske4 fa Federal Traup. Frankfort. Ky.. Nor. -.'0 -Governor Bradley deuie that he had been in for ami by 'resident M. Kinley that troop would he fiirnlahed if asked for in connection with ih gnWnatorial content, and declined to say whether he bad considered applying to the presi dent for aid. Republican iay they hope to repeat (he Ooebrl election law by an alliance with anti U.bel Democrat The Dem ocratic leader however aatrrt that the law wilt not only be maintained, bnt will I strengthened by aonie important amendment. One of these, it in Haiti, wilt be the removal of device, on the of ficial ballot and the requirement that the voter scratch out the name of uch candidate a he deaire. not to vote for. Thia nominally einouuta to an educa tional iiualitication and would disfran chise the bulk of the colored voter who constitute over one-third of the ltcpub lican party of thia itate. CealeaUoB la keatucar. New yrk. Nov. The Journal' Washington secial aa va there i a rumor th (V.- I . . I " national Kovrrnmeni Will take j a nana in the .eating of the neit gov rnor of Kuuturky. WELL KNOWN JURIST. MM """ 1"" - "-"- I nil, w..a v., I T w ,.'.,.,,., Ja,1(. M.1' Ull.u di. t ., 7 o! 1, -U Tu,.,,.v BIIirni ,t ui, h seventh etre,t V.llen.uv. and wif. have filed an" U th Jintri.-t ivtnrt t. ft m ..... " recover f.-".Jh damage for the death of their n ' Jiaiiiie, win. 11 .K Clirreil In ttila eil ,,n . J0'19 15 of thi year The defndante ZT.".. ' K"r":J company a a tneaaemrer u.r in th freight nflii-e. He attempted to la.ard a ,rT,,'l under tiie direction of the Army moving freight train with a view of rtd- I'biutian iinuiuiaaioii and Army Com ing out of the yard,. JiiBt a, hit atarte.1 '"'t Circle ltr-itkf aat over, the regi to jump he collided with a Well Far., Ulrnt formed m lme and paraded t.-v . . . . . .1.- ... .1. .1 . . 1 i..l'r.-e coiiiiany iruclc etiiinluig near ! the track and wa knocked under the , train, the wheel, cru.liing hi head off. A.ciu.r Arr..i Ma.1. New York. Nov. .'!! - L.,,,i A. (...nr. dnin. who ha a banking ofilce in the M,.tr..tw.Tit .,. Iif 1. . i...it.... . .. ...... milt Dllli.ling, '" alleget! to have a chm dmilar to that of the Franklin yudicte with which F. Miller wa conneetrd. b been arrt.-d on the order of CU,f of ll I . I. . i .nice uevery lie n. taken n poll.-,, headquarter and charged w'lfh wmd. liug Uourdian It aaid U b.ifw.H known lottery man from New Ovleaaa lia.aaue Ktralpia. Wanhington. Nov 'J9 -CooimiMloaer lanrva V. Vila..n r,t lU. i...r.t Clctrr R WilaVin nf th. iHia.i .' I mm Imr.in In kii ..,,i ...t.. nut tinrdiAti in him r. rvrvr .,rvH. "A., - rv ".. ft rata- ry of the trea.ury of th OtrCTinoiif of hi. oflloe for the ficl ytar"tnd.d Jut.a 30. 1VJ9. show tk.i ,.wtm: lA.4 all lourcea trreal-,l UruuMt on year agos lllot al Ihlraaa. niicag,. Nnv '.'. -A rnd wourr.4 at Thirty - ninth atre-t and Indian. avn. between ,,,., .Wer laUr.r. and negr. nonnnioni.ta. The ttrik.r. were beaten and aeveral nerloualr ho.t n- and aeveral aerioualr hurt flna f tbem, William Tuck, may die. The police arrested M nsgrees il.tole, razors and club were nted and all tha flaa in stor. window, n.arby waa broken. t.ral Vaare la. A.hville, N. ('., Nov. -ll General IV 1 C V.,.,.. .. ... 1 -1 1 . ... . .-..., a uriuuer 01 ine lata neuatr . II Vane, and lor I.' y.ar a , repre..-ntative in c.ngrea. from thlt 1 dun, t. .bed at hi, bom. at Alexander. I Ilk ....1 1 ..... . I Iilslpaaabls III 11 lr.al.. Atlanta. N,,v. V!i -The Hardwick bill intiiHl,ei! i,lt t oWBf boI1M for the pnro,,.,. of placing auch limitation on the i,.-k'ro vote in thia atate aa to practically disfranchiae the colored ot.r, -a. overwhelmingly defeated by a vol.. f 1:17 1 :i. Klluailua la Cuba. Washington. Nov. 'JO. -Tha Cnb.n tuation was discu,d at the cabinet ti,M,tli,.i T .-..I... ,. meeting I ,Uy. It untH-ara lb... 1. . en.,,., state ,,J ,(T.,r, on the i.l.iid Ueneral S ,.1 U1UM, hhlmi u wUh tu presidenL I'l.as of (liilllj, fireetlVllle. Tex. Nov. 'J!.-In th. district couit the Vrul- t.. a - inuriier ca. wa. dispoa-4 of by Jauie. pl.ading gmltyof manslaughter and assault to uu de r th. TurV, iTeacb ' " hin ,W The Ablest Physbn 11 hi, pre.i'rlillii ere wl i'1'.t.l atriirsti-lysith tl.o verf Me.l tu t rr.l ilrnic. : we realize his: ll.ms w in... II an intrlulalilr rulr la ron iw nsr,;bls tare and .r tiitloa la mske thtm a : 1 1' I t acinrsle aiel til the toil o. ,i .lrnii atrOur tin of Pcrfum. ry. Ilni.li. . I'na.lrn. Hiall.mrrr. I'alrut tnr. tu4 utlitr Dri(lila Hnudrl.'. la rmnli ft.'. il.l canllt't I tHi.ight t livtT. Hall's Drug Sre, BRYAN. - - TEXAS 0 t l! R" Pi ll ll.' 1.11 .1 .-(l.i. . ; a, I 1 1. il : a a CEO. W. HICCS. a. II.I.II. Nahville. N..v '.".l -The 1'ir.t Ten neee rej;imeiil lima arrive I hre fi..m San l'taut iaeo, whore It wi muatred out ome day, ago upon it, return fr.im tbe 1'lillippiiie. The regiment . ame in I three aectioli. When the llrat I M , ' , , ' ''". nd tin. wa, r-?it tvl inon tbt arrival ,J th ,,t l...r - - -r -........ onnir aeeuoli. f ni.m .tt... waa Tilled w ith relative. ..(!.- ... . wa I'MIII IIIIIK BHIMIH'rai Hllil Wimri Ilia train arrived all rinli. d to the ear, to "T' . I""?""""! railway, nearbv. where l.r.-aLfa.i a.. ,U,UUS0 principal airer (a I afarlunala Trtt.l.r, St. Joaeph. Mo.. Nov - Charle Ha,ingt-r of Collinaville. Ill, . a well lii. ated y.uu.g man. i under the car of the it t phyaiciaii, .iitlering frmu liunger an.l injtiriea. caua. .1 by remain - ' ' everal tlay, in a i rauijied h.,ition u " "r "'"I'liC ' Imiuu.1 ""- t Umi fr.nn San Franwi ""'S' T ho gave the jx.rter Kiiur.rat ..f lUa M.e a ... .a I . Frani iaco. In charge of the car an overcoat and a few Hollar, all the monev he had. for per mitting hnu to ride from Sucramento. lie wat compelled to eek medical aid t till, poilif Aaolk.r a.uallp.a l a.. Waco. Tei . Nov .'.-A neirro walk. N II ad into the i"arhr oftice at the citv ... , ' ''' U1'""111! u, 'I 9 taktn care of, aying he had mall Pox. II wa all broken out The r.,un. to refuted to llct. Ild the citT claimed' j lock charge of the ca. ... ' y.nBU,n. NW VU.-M) nvlt.tlna t , "''J?1'' ,ut M7U M.tt,,,r M-T"' "f W. II M.yo of Norfolk and prai. Daughter of Ad - Utiral lVcatur. has toiiseuted to act aa ponsor of the torpedo Unit destroyer l)ecatur. now midr construction by the William Trigg compauy of Kich moud. on the occanon of the launching of th vesstd oil a data hereafter to be tixed Hurled la a Treeca. Decatur, III. , Nov. 'J'J Stanley March, an old citueii, 1111 death iu a deep treuch, i feet of earth falling up on hnu. lie had just la-en informed that Ins ialer, Mrs. Surah Boon, had died at her home. March bad been caring for her, but had to leave her to am money to gat food and fuel. tatal ehaailai la Arkaaaas. Little Itock, Nov. '."J John (ireeii, a prominent fanner Clark county, shot aud mortally wounded (isrlmi l Hard age, with a Winchester ritl.i on the treot of Arkad.dphi Tim men had trouble about a woman, and met for the tirat time since, (ir.i lie., ap.,.1, but will be captured t'slal Ai 1 l.l.i.l In a Wall. Fine Kluir, Ark. Nov VJ --John I'hilipps, a pMiinueiit farmer living It miles from I'iiiii lllulT was at the Is, ttom of his well ccnii iiting it, wimii it bucket of dirt which was I g lowered to hnu, fell lipoii his hen I with full force, I'hll lips, Issly wa, paralyzed and be cuunot recover. f.r.eilnc a N.w Imrrh. liallinger, Tex., Nov. 'JU. Tha Cum berland Fresbyterian are erecliug a haadaoina new church which will coal I4.W0. Is Pouienlts to Curel o . . . . a SP No.i, :,lc plenty of 5 at 'urkeys nd hickens. AK.i1i iu"" oirixi'il t.'tl.i) (.'nine 1 Mtlv ;intl aviii.l e iiiIi :t 1 1 1 1 'ct t 1 tinii c. GECW. HIGGS .1 "Gettiq Money Fditi Home' I, a tine thin everyone ail! a-ree the net bent I Ui. keeping itat home V,,ii i... i. i, ,..,. I,n,lr. I. . Unn lry bill . a i " i I Hem whrtoii Mini it .any from home, but iiiainiall order elit aw ay n.nke a big ),.! tbe pmtit of a home enterprise. THE iMERICAN LAUIORY (iuarantee t,o atrietly tirt-cla "ik pr ptland at reaaonalde price. e t tr-rt 11 1 ly correct all mi takea alien 4 ,., , our at'ention. I'rop ii. a poet.r 'phonn I II and we will get your in, lie and appreciate your patronage. Two door eonth Fxi hallge hotel. f HOT COLD, TUB , SHOWFR BATHS. 25 Cents . Vai. bi Olitaine.1 at At Tin- All II oil re De..nn . I ft. I BrVail Uttft fC, LlM aild pnwrR rnuPlnv POWER COMPANY, i . - llis dull ol It::: Th. rnifUiit .hnrtriiinc nflhs lime between Trias and Colo ra.lti jN.inls t.f "The Denver Itnsd ' I. ars.liisMr anil nirelf niovln the tlulf of Mexico. loser to Ciiliira.t.i. lis Moving hH 1 H Magnificent Irain Whit Ii earriea a llifnuK, ,l,.r r ei.ell.ul.al. .ar leave, Kt. Worth every .lav at ! r,; a. arrlrlng In ben ver at 1 p. m. nt it nay -OVA' ",! ! m , ,,... Traveler, t an hsve Hie an. mimn In ienrer ami leave on an even In, tratlti f,.r l til.ua iti. reanrl, Ks-t iim I tiar. leave Denver l ll! I.'. 110.111, luiu li tl ti,, fllf(, rar u.lre.., Ft Worth Ihe neat after-' neon In lime f.,r all niiunlag ii, For full I'trtlnilara a.l.ln .i A. A. fil.lSso.N.d.A.l'. I)or 1). B. KKEI.KJt, V. I'.AT.M., Tho Donvor. Road.. r0HT WORTH.