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0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,0 0 0 0 0 i r For IcetljTca.JCliHe & Sanborn' famous Emperor's Blend, YOUR has in) i-ijiiiil, Vc have just tcccivcd a shipment of tl)C f.UIIOUS WOODCOCK HAMS AND BREAKFAST BACON They cost ymi a little moie but are well worth the difference one trial will convince yon. Also have a fresh stuck of DOZIEK'S FANCY CAKES AM) CRACKERS. IVnick & Fonl' Open Kettle Molasses put up in gallon and nurdialf gallon cans. MAUNOLIA Flour costs, you no more tii.m many infetior brands mill when ii-nl once ou will L.ive no oilier. Dansby & Dansby, -V I SUST In) J I I'Iiom: it i. KawLMr asf t mrlnmS b. HmI tm lb Mrra MrWkaa) t's.jrjr. Austin, Snpt. 14. Ja'l(fin fr.ra Wl irmiihiu m-ssAtf riwliinK the governor from lh north ami a.t, supplus ar haMfiiiiiK t.i (i tir-wton by th tritiiilMl. Ho r. iv.-'l iiif .riiiati iii from a numls of section of the norta an 4 past inform-1 iiiK him that a tiuinlsT of rax of sap pile will r-h.o the situation at Unl Tston very iintt.-rinlly, a th guTcrnor ia Itifonn.-l that quite a hatch of clt th ing is iucluitol in to list. Tim ri ln f roiuitiitUss of Alvln lias tl eifrnpheil th Knvruor that thry wir In clirx distress ami in Ui-'1 uf Imnmli- at rrlirf, haviiiK Uu overtaken ty tho j excitement attrmiuiit upu the (isjve ton disaster. The rTeriior wired them that no would try to see tliat they gut the rulief promptly. I The governor ba had 10n0 Istm-la of lime shipped from hereto UaWestnu to assist lu the dislufectiug work. He stntf that he la having the mat ter of policing ami controlling the situ tioo at (ialveatoa antiruly with the mayor and adjutant geucral, both of whom are moot competont to discharge the duties rwjuired uf them and that hi duties are merely to control the situa tion from this end, receive contributions , and make sura appropriatiout as are Deccusary. : He is in receipt of telegram from Miss lrto:i of the Kl Crist Sx-lcty, 1 stating that she and hiT aide would b-are at onre for Galveston. Quite a Urh'it uumher of jx-opNi are commit in here from Galveston and their atom urn heartrending. 0 SEPTEMBER DAYS BRING TO THE t inn m.m.i;fi:k new, 0; 0 G e 0 For changing the bill of f.irc. A repast tit for a king, or Q jQ; better still, mi American sovereign, can be supplied from TV our stock of fresh groceries..., k o AT SMALL COST. 1 t I.I l. IV v .... Opportunities 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 II. JtT. C. Time Crd, Mrj iin Northbound No. I U::ui p. m. SoiiMilioiiud No. "J :t:.Vi ji. in. Nortlilioiitid No. H I :Vi n. in. SoiiMilioinnl No. 4 !I:iih. in. V. W. .V II. V. I line Card, llrjiui , I MIX! It TIlAINi. SmiIIiIm.iiiiiI No. ld.'iarr 10; I'm. in. Northbound No. ldiJlvi tt-"j. in.1 LOCAL NUWS. I. nip's liottli' i-i r is tl l Im-sI . lit J. I1, liilpin ymi In re fr in Knrt ii J'Crtenlliy, Mrs. lloak nrriv.il from In.l. p. n.l- nrf j i ti rilay. St.i li. stride Ii-r- frmii Niimi- sota t. piny. J. II . . .I. ti of 5. . I n in t.m ii y. t. flay. Mr. H. Ni'Wi'oiuli of Kiirt'-n a in low it , ,i, rday. Mi-1 ii i ii Id M in'!, n in a In ri' from i Nhi aotn j . t. rday. Mr. M. V. Mnis n inrn. d fr Cor-ii'iiiiii . t. r.lay. Iti'V. ( l.tri'iiri' t'mlit wait In ri' from Wh.i I.M k y. t. rday. I rink Mt. Vi rnou pure rye for a.. by the Kxpollio SiiIimhi. d If K Mt SW.K.-A pN.. Miond litiml bli-yele' Apply to Klip-Itros. 215 Mitropolltnn rifiirs are the Ixst. Sold by the KxpiH.it loll SiiIihhi, dtf I I full for (.. mp's l.ottl.. r. r. fr. h- InH, in ijioratini;. Take no otlirr. HI For Wa.-o iimrtde luoiiuiu.-iits. coping mid Iron railing m-,- c. Mosel.y, 4,1 Foil S.I.K-(Iim., r.H.m of. tiik-e Mint li part of t..un. Apply at this oltliv. ,',;7 Fr.-sli o.v.i.t s. rv. d In liny stjl.. at the Epneitiuii khIooii rrMiiunitit. op. ii-?fil uilit. 4s MI- Maitle N.'weoiuli of Kurt. ii who lins li.en siek for soliie time, We lire 'hl.l to note In up l.'nill. Mrs. ('.('. ( onmwjiv of Ta I tor b ft .-ti-rdiiy for lii-nuu iii'i'ouipaiiiii)r In r daiihle Mrs. J. M. Moiirri. f. II. v. It. r. riltTtt. r. it lale Hrrivi.l ftolll l illlnp... , a, .. ,.,.,t, , pa-tor of M. Ant! o y s rlmreli I t:il iiinl at !r;. an. II- nn. formerly pn-tor at l.ili. rty. T.-:i. tin I lm. peiit thr.-e ears In It.-nie ln ri iieiiiire. know l. il.-e of tin- Ital ian laiiinu'e. I w l-!i to tati. to 1 1,.. j.uMii- tli.it I liiMe ep. ii. c a ii. w in. nt mark, t at the Kami dv t!. i'it plant mid w ill handle . . iiiv. ly Pallas pii. kin.' Iioiim- pro.liirl-. Tiio" who haw ever tried the... u'ihi.I-. know- th. tu to he the l.. t (live III. j rail. T. I.. tiraie. 211 l. It. St.. vail. pat,,r ..f the A. M. '.. i htir. h In re y. -lerday report.-.) that h.- I, a, I .i., rteil and had r. 'inly for sliipm.-nt (."ill artirl.K of eluihin.' for dii rthnt ion auioiik' tin- rolred storm siiifi ri-r- ol (iah. t.ni. Pr. (. A. V I. the mir.'ii.-ti.' h. ah r. tiiii returned frmn ( oilv. -ton . hrii ','inir i'li him the m. uih. r of hi- family, all of u hoiii M'ap. d lh Morm. I r . W I s n lM itin tiH i.t iipp.-ar-. . I. h. re in tl.U iu. . The t inl. t..ii i w made its aj. p. aran.'e In re " t rday for the tir-t t itue -iiii'i' t he storm w it Ii a irraphii' mill thrilling slory uf the I. rnhle ! diater. The N n lmm-ii a hearty Wel.'ollle, tirand It rd. r Joe It. Heed of the A. . F. V. Ilotllles the reporter that the (irand l...il'i' hits contriliii- t. il llVUll to aid In the 1 lediate r. lief of the members uf the order ill iltlv. stoll. lieu. . it. Stoddard has returned from (ialvestoll. He hue established In adiiiaters at lloiiHtoii for the relief work instituted by the KiiIk'iI Ti luplar. (apt. 1 1 a nn nan NorwoHl, Ward 'I'.'inpleliimi, Collie Cnnip. Wallace Itro-L' and l.athiiui It.M.ne cmne up frmn Nmvioii yesterdiiy. Marrinu'e IIi'i iihi s have been issued to Madison Joseph and Mrs. Minder Finpy. Tutu J s mid Mrs. Wlunl- fr. d j i r 1 1 1 1 k' o to August tiiiltTre's rest, rant for fresh oysters served ill any style, also California fruits of all kinds, tf The burning of a lark.'e amount of irniss mid trash at the eeinetry yes terday 1'iiiisetl a lire alarm. Should i omm.iinl oiir at tention ;it picM-nt, can't till win, u.'ii ., ( . ,;, -nap ; I t- pit ji.ui'd lor it by plucin;; Mmr m !er now. We aie sliowinvj a s !l !ne uf all Wool Clii-xiols in I),nk (Jray, l!i i.w n, 1'il.u k . : 1 1 1 I one. ju-t the thino jor a m.bhv bi:siiirs iIt. m.i.li' to voiii incisure for $1 ; v'. $ i'i.'si and S.is). PARKS & VALDROP, MEN'S OUTFITTERS T""r?'7rTTTrr.t.T'T.r': iTrr.?,'yi'.i:f vwi t 5)00 h Designs r " I 111 Wa.l Paper, llie l.iti -t and haniUoinest, h.xw ju-i hem add ed to our already l.ir'e and well a-sorti-d stock. (.'all and see j them, lluv dinct and s.ivc the solicitor's commission. 1 TYLURJMASWL:LL. Tin. Masons Act. !ra..s I ni. m Masonic I. h . 1. 1 a nn in' ami took steps for eti'in in relief to t he iah . -ton storm u f fi ti rs y. -i. r.lay ."!' moon. A coiii mitt.. was appointed to -. cure three lloll-es lore for talllllies 1'. Ill llllllost nil the im ii, h. r- j r-sent said their holm - . re open to th- nilheted and dis'l-e if .... -,e . Th" lod.-e ha- contrilnited : to the r. lb f fund mid the same lm. hei-n foruar led to (iltl v.sti.n. Kec.ptioii and purciiiisiii committees were also appointed ,y the Iodide. Take Notice. All persons endebted to the llryail Wnt. r. Ice, Mrht and I'ow. r Co. are respectfully reipiested t me for ward and settle. We pay cash for labor and unit, rial and are compell ed to have inoiii.y at the close of each month. I'i r-ims w ho owe for months prior to August t, must call mid settle by er before s. pt. ;yh n. xt ..r we will lie compelled to stop their service. Do not foriret the date as the rule W ill lie st rlct ly adhered tu. My order of the Company, W. JI. llitriuan. Snpt. Three. Ilonaea Wuntcd. John It. Mike mid John McCoriiio dale have been appointed a commit tee by the Masonic lodp1 to secure three houses at mice for relief of nlvest.ui storm sufferers. Any persons hn lnh' house- for rent will plellse notify either of the above mi d u'eutleiiieii at once, posses sion desired Monday. Curtis, Hi,. :t.ycar-o!d son of Mr. and Mrs. I.iim l!.-noii, died at their lioine In the II. n-otl school lloil-c iieikdiliorhood, Thursday luornimr mid was buried nt I'.eth. at 4. p. in. the same day. The entire communi ty Joins In sympathy for the bereaved parents In the ,,s ..f their bright lit tle son. The sympathy of the Pa'le is i-Xtelided. Til lured peo,,. h. hi l meeting at the courthouse last niht and took steps for the relief of the people of t heir race iii ( iah.-stoii. Miss Mary Johnston r turned to Houston y. st. rday after vl.it inr Mr. and Mrs. Clmiiipc K. rind... Choice alfalfa for sale at Kd-e Itros. 2ld Fr.sh Callforiiiit fruits tfrnpe. pears, etc.. received regularly at August (iullfre's. i'sj VRECKED STEAMERS. Twi. If b l luatnl IMhers Cs lie sMt. H iii-toii, Sept. It. A ni' n if tho for eign steamer, w hich were (frounded by the storm on Telii' in Flats, north of the city, th.. Norwegian steamer (ili-er and the liritisli steiiiuer Norma, are otf and Is-rtlc'd nl'iinr-nlc the w harf. Tin- Itrittsh steamer I'iiedi.-t is ei. p- i t. d to be I! kited w ithout IllUi.h dif Culty. Tin- I'.riti-h st.-im.-r Ililariou mid the Ke'nl.ill t'.i.tle, which wn nirrted out f irtlier on t i the Mats, w ill luiT.i tu be eatiall.'d out. Tin' Norm i which wascurrii-d thronich the rv!r m l bruhr-s into w west bay and th" I'.riti.h s'enn.T Tuiititon, which wa carried in a n irthwest dins'tioti, 'J7 mi'ei u,i the hay and st raiel.il near C.-hir Point, will, in is.ll iirolsil.ility, re in. nil it evidence of the frightful vehs' ityof th" wind which prvrailisl Lc-t Sitiirday liiuht. Tin-steaiicr Alam.i is still (rronuded on the northern ed"e of the channel, op posi... Twenty-fourth stns-t and it is ex I eted it will Iss rliHited without mm h ditllciilty aft. r she is lightered of ber rarif i, w hich w ill Isj done as soon as barges are obtain, d. j The Priti-h steamer Wissllcich, for I Havre, Htnl the Siii1i steamer Kamoti j di. L'irrina.i for Newcusthon-Tyne, have sailed. The latter Went to sea j drawing '.M.fl feet, deiuoiistratlliit that ! the channel has not ls-. ii thistleil. ! TAYLOR HAS FAITH. l,ltnlnn Will ll fill IUk an Her rrl Itspl.llr. j I Houston. Sept. II. One of the m known resident of OuWestoit Is Kus-I , tace Taylor. Hn is a cotton buyer, ; known to the trade in all parts of the; ; country. Mr. Taylor when, askisl for 1 an opinion as to the future of Galveston id: "I think that what we hare done the Ore day which have jnused since the form has been wonderful. It will take o two week before we can ascertain the actual commercial loss. Hut we are KoiiiK to Rtrai(hten eerythinir. We , are going to stay here and work it out. We will bave a temporary wharf in 80 days and with that we will resume business and handle the traffic through Galveston. I think within HO or 40 day businc will be carried on hers in no lets volume than before. "If it costs me the last cent I will staud up for (ialvciton. With onr tem porary wharf we shall put from IWiO to 3on men at work lisvlina vessel while we an' waiting for the railway to restore hriilg' and terminals on the island. We shall hnrvg business by barge from Virgtma. Point and load in midstream. In this way we shall not only resume our commercial relations, hut wa shall tie able to put the labor of the city at work." The Fusil drawing. Dallas, Sept. It. The fund for the re lief of (mlve-tou sufferers now approxi mates l. .Vsi.mst. Most of this amouut i now in the hand of t hivrrnor Savers who will direct the work of expending it for f.ssl ami supplies and other relief measure as ucrded. The governor U not yet preiared to give out for public tiuu au itemized list of contribution. o 0 B o o & 0 0 & f White Crest Flour Is till in advance of all competition. 0 0 1 Jno. M. Lawrence & Co., Q 'Phone 78, BRYAN, TLXAS. q 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0.0 0 & Q0 000 0, Q CALIFORNIA NEW CROP IWhe. pears and Apricot., DOZIER BAKKK V CAKES AN I) CRACKERS, OPEN KETTLE MOLASSES, WHITE SCOTCH OATS, PETTI JOHNS BREAKFAST FOOD, NEW CROP EVAPORATED APPLES, SALAD MUSTARD. BAYLES HORSERADISH MUSTARD, FULL CREAM CHEESE, JOHNSON'S BUTTER on ice, COUNTRY BUTTER on it. NEW MACKEREL, HAMS and BREAKFAST BACON', POSTUM CEREAL, GRAPE NUTS, i ' Ii ' ! '' " 1 1 OLDEST INSURANCE ACENCV IN IIKYAN; ESTABLISHED S7S. A. I). ricConnico, Tire. Life and Accident INSURANCE Nothing hut the hest companies represented. Personal nnd careful attention given to the hiisiness. tliirSlCt I Specialty. Am aK-nt for the PEN.N MUTUAL Life Insur mice company of Philadelphia, who offer the hest contracts of any life company, ak for specimen copy; also represent the Fidelity Casualty, and the M.ir)land Casualty Acci dent Insurance Co's. Your husines respectfully solicited. . i 1 -1 .. .. ., ,, ,i , ... t 9 mm. ,.,' m - aa . M . M mm .as an . aa. as aa.aa M a ef ui 1 1 s.'T '' i'li. J ff Hi..".1 'pi;!."!'' FRANKLIN BROS., BUTCHERS AND MEAT DEALERS. 1 as mm We Buy HIDES, WOOL AND PELTS, And Pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES. TWO nARKET5--0ne In City Market Build ins one next door to John Ii. Mike's Store. URYAN, : : : : TEXAS. fclslasa Csrlitsil. fritm llsllaa. Houston. S.it. 1 . oixtcvn ciirliwil 1 of irovisions si tit from Isilliu uinlrr mi j .wort of H uu'li Ki li'ri 11ml a sis'tion of the t'hii'iitfo K"il Cross sia'iPtv left li.Tv for li.ilvi'stoii. From Clinton the cunto ' on lstrii's. Tiin tr.Kiis mi l tiro, j vision will I'iirli (i.iivi stou tuuurrow uinrniiiir. : " . i lloVfirnttiriil SnilliiK Slil.s. j Vsj.liiiiK't..ii, Sent. II Word hM ' just ri-nchcit ActiiiK St rrtury lhu kctt tlnit the Kunlsmt P.-im-roft wnulil l. iiTO Niov London as sihui as sho ooalil aud wouhl ritu Ii Oftlvcstoii ul". ut tsvyt, ."., nlso that tun tu S'lsh'' hl Ml lYnsaculn nsrvynril for th itofm stricken city. ' Tha kttcr toss1 would Is vuhmblii for usu in trmitsjrtiun work bctwoou th city uuj 1U0 umiuluuiL I 1 TAKE NO RISK! DO YOU KNOW that the difference hetween fresh and stale drills may he the difference between life and death, when those drugs are compounded to till your doctor's prescription? Stale drugs have lost their virtue, and have little or no medicinal value. We till prescriptions with fresh drugs only. You take no risks when you trade with us. WC HAVE A FULL LINE OF TOILET ARTICLES AND STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES and mir pi ices arc never high. Your p.itn.n.ige is invited with the assiiiance of i.iir treatment in every transaction. M. H. JAMES... 'Th I.fuliwj Ifrittjyiit, llrytm, Tiuit. f " t 1 .a.a.a.