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, t-.aiw W stay- ., H M 1 OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY IN 11 RYAN ; ESTABLISHED 1ST8. A. D. flcConnlco, ' Fire, Life and Accident INSURANCE. Nothing but the best companies represented. Personal and careful attention given to the busities. $ IllirtlCC I SptCUlty. Am agent for the TENN MUTUAL Life Insur ance company of Philadelphia, who offer the best contractu of any life company, ask for specimen copy; also represent the Fidelity & Casualty, and the Maryland Casualty Acci dent Insurance Co's. Your business respectfully solicited. ri CANDY KITCHEN and' A A -x k Cream . . HaaanawnnBrmaniBB ( on a I llll ALL KINDS OF ICED DRINKS. The finest C;indie, Fresh Fruits, Fine Cigars, Lmvney's and (iunthcr's Candies. ti:li:i'ii:ni: iso. !. . di . at . a. . M - is 4 . a-. . i. . 4. 1 . . a. . . . -a- a- I aaTYour uttviition is called to... i t HAT I 'S; 1 II 1UU w Drug Store, mid moment of your time is invited for its peru sal. You are sure to if interested in some of the advantages this store' -offers. Thev are pure drugs, careful and competent prescript io. work, courteous treatment, and the lowest prices possible for.. SAR:,CCURATG AM) RELIABLE Prescription Work... We also sell our own remedies and the standard patent niedi. cities. If y u are in need of drugs, toilet articles, perfumery ami stationety we want to see you at once. IIALL'5 DRUG STORU. BRYAN, TtXAS. 1 . t -? r I t ! I i a a OT AN l TV II A Sit XHOWKIl Baths 25c fun fwolitiiht rl ul nil hour nl llit Vi'in Il'ulrr, re, Vuu-tr Cowiwny. f Just Keep the Change! In your home town and it will help it grow. We would like to get every piece of laundry in Bry an, and if you will give us a fair chance, will prove to you that it is to your interest to let us do your laundry wink. VH WILL DO IT RIGHT, OR IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING We mean business and arc here to do the best of work. And we aie doing it, too. Otln-is sjy so, you'll likely say the same when you let us have your bundle. Won't yon try us next tunc r Tliotie l 1 1. 4 amcrican laundry, t. r. m:t,p BREAD AMD CAKES! 'HP ! SO'JTHLP.N .INDUSTRIES. Eryan Taking in In liani and Hwso veil Illinois. MANY TALlvS M.)E. Brjaa Tak for Hit Trxt aa Old I'saN ' rr Car Jtrklalry aa Old lUra anil Makes Soma Strang Cmh parlsaas Over IU coon iii:i:ai at ukason ai:i.f. i:ati:s at otto r.oi.imi.s.... Andi-ranu, lod., Or. (I Th mooting which cltMxt hnra at 10 oVl k hut night u ilia last of a auriM of remark- bly large political demonstration uiadti In counwotiou with the ausvirauoe of Hun. W. J. Rryan. Ka m4 sptsscht paring the day at Niitiltwill, Arelia, Titon, Klwmxl, AWundrta, Marion, Hartford City, Munoie, Wlneheator, Kirhraood, Now 0tla. and Anduraun. A majority of thnaa place am lmpr Unt tnaunfaL'tnriuK center aud all the eotnmuuitiri traveraml are ouusidured RpatUt-u in politic. They ooald not however, have giten the IVtu ocratio eandidata a more eortbal reeep. liou than they eikmdtxL Thnre were iiiiineime oatponrinir at all the towu and no interruptions cieeurred. Mr. Itryan after the but apwh wa csiiielinltxl rzprpsiHxl hinisflf aa trtatly plM'd with the days eiperivnnt. The p win arernKd half ail hour, thouKh the Aiidcraon spen-h was mm li loiipT. In olio or two instntieoa Mr. llrynu re. f ukI to ko to dia'uut staiida Uinuto of the iliuVulry of p'ttin tlirouxti the crowd mid (lie loss i if ttmi'. At lliirtfonl l!ity Mr. Ilrynn found a tt-it for his ri'iiuirks in soiuo Mi-Kiuley outer eoiiHiii'Uoi.lr iiisi!iiyvd on a dttd wnll in (tin ilistaui'u. H' fVrrmtf to tliew jNwters Mr. Itryim siiid: "I on the other sldi of that Kirn n lull or a (sister iiml all that I rim tutxUo nut of that li ere i that MeKlulev WU ri'lit. Now, tint m'-t ii hi I want to nk is, w hu ll time us hit ri'ht? Yuu know, my frieii'W, a limn who is on Uith side of a iiieiii.ni liiw n t;reiit ailrmitiin over tlu iiiiiu who is only ou one nidi'. The limn who j(et ou both side inii.t lie riitht some time, but wheu win Mr. Me. Kin ley riK'lil? When lit) denouiieed Ororer Clevt'luuil's tli.iiueliil policy, or was he rixht wlen he ilid the same thiiiK that Mr. CVvelnml did? "Wliieh time wna liu rllit in 1V.HI, when ho suitl in lus letter of aere ptiiueo that we diil not need more money or wa hu riK'ht tlii year in hi letter of ae eeptaiiiM wheu hu Uuuted that we had more money mid therefore oioiht to l Kind? Was he Nht wheu hu suid in hi letter of lS'.iA that hn would keep in cireu lal ion all the silver ami par money then iutdudetl in the cireuliitiuii or was he nht when he siKiied the lull to re tire the trreeubiy'k and substitute a na. tioiiiil bank note? "Was hu riiht when, in his inaiiKur. al nddres he proininetl to euforee the law HKainst the trust when he hail promised to? Wa he rik'ht when he iiuted out the evil of the trust in his iunuuriil uiessit'e or was he nnht wheu he npsiinted nil attorney Keiiernl from New Jerwy, the home of the trust, and allowed him to draw hi salary without enforcing the law intrusted to his keep. "Was he riKht when ho said in 117 that forcible uiineiiliou was eriiiiiiial axKresnion mid contrary to our code of monthly, or was he riRht when he aeut H.'i,(m wildier "iKSI mile awny from bourn to force annexation iisni an un willing jwsiple? Was he rtifht when he said lut Dis-imiiImt that it wit our plain duty to k'vu free trade to l'uerto Kieo or was he riht wln-u he asked the meui b'rs of coureii to Vote uk'nuist free trmle to Puerto Kico? "I witnt you Kepublieaii M takob-th aruanieiitH made by your preideut and see which argument you will acn-jit." TWO BI9 QR0WDS.t They Welrmita l.u,eroir HuiMvvaU al IHieiiierl nl Him-Ii llauil. WV Maud, III., (). t. . -Two tin meime mccliiiK Were uddressi'd byOoV. IliNwvelt yesterday, one nt I)nVenport, Is., and the other here. At Davenport Governor IlisisevcU sik foriifsmt half an hour in a tout in the western limit of the eity. Immediately upon the con clusion of hi remark at thnt plai'e hn was driven to Itock I -land where a Krcnt streit parade was arranged. 1'isipln lined the ntreetson till sides for sevoritl uiiii. I lent hu Npifce for not more than I 20 minutes. I (inventor U sisevelt niue.i he Ismail ; his initerary through' the northwestern state ha b 'en KH'ukini front 10 to :M times each day cloiutf the day lalsirs nsually null it ni'ht ineitiiii; Many of then' lileetliik'S IlllVe lavll ill the i)ien 111 r, n iini ink' x'l.t i i-rtiitit on his part. lie has now I n n mi this journey for ; more Ih in :in iluys, anil thoii,-li htrouK Ih'Vuii I the iower of ino-t men, ho is ! 1 k'liiiiin to show n,'iis of li-.tr---- and ti failing voice. If Mime relief is not afforded him hn physical sireiiKtli may ! be tillable to n'aud the attain uiit.l the end of the caiiii.iii;ii. , Tailaaa MI1U JIImI ttojr U aal Mmj SIarta( rnmpUIUa. Baltimore, Oct. - Chaairina; eondi. tions in the aonthern textile industry, likely U) be haateued by rvcrut devekip. ment at bom and abroad, are illus trated In thia week' anooaucenient In the Maunfaotarer' Record of Una fur new undertaking la vartooa atatea. I'.y the middle uf next month it ia I peeled that the plant of the Williaim. burg (Va.) RuittluK Mill ismtpauy will U-Kin operationa. The iiUnt iueludva a maiu baildinit m feet lag, two storks hitch, with a 70x20 foot wing. Anuonncemeut ia made fur the estab lishment at KuoxtUIb. Tenn..of another .V).0tin knitling mill and of a 1 10,000 kuitting mill at Waycro... (ia. The plant of the Wadding company at Taseak.iaa, Al.. ia to be remodeled, probably for a knitting mill. The Midland Hosiery company of Lynchburg, Va., baa yurehaaed a aitefor a new building in which additional machiiiary will be installed. A company baa been organised at Salisbury, Md., to equip a plant lor pro dut'ing half hoae, capat-ity to bo 100 dua on ir daily. Some weeks ago a factory waa estab lished at Atlauta for the production of Smyrna ruga. Already the capacity of the entablishiueut baa b-en doubled and arrangement are completed for greater enlargement. Succeakful efforts have been made fur the elblinhmrnt of a f.tHM)0 cotton inniiufai turing plant at Alexander City, A U. It i reported that (iustavus Milhiser of Kichmoiid, Va., has pun-haaml bind for a site of a iM.ttou mill at Hounoku Rapids. N. C. The I'nity cotton mil! of Iji (iraitKf, tia., Int. let the contract for the erection of it main building. Duck mid heavy osnabiirit will be the product. Hirfiurlciiut, ton, of iioutheru pteuibil. ties, i the f iTtti of J. 11 Wiley, a negro man of mean., to i-taldih nt I Villi, Tex., a -.''i(Si iiiii I1. mill in w hich negro lalsir itloitu will Ih- einployed. Alsiut 0i),(lil will be inveted. J. L Kelly will build a saw mill and and veneer fm-tory f.ir crates mid Wind sor, Kle. A company has been orgaiii6-l toe. tahlih a eluur factory itt Milton, N. 0. The Keyw-r, W. Va., Table works with a cnpitul stock of fiOO.ooo will mau nfacture tables aud other furniture. Machinery has U-eii ordentl for the ciiiiuf!it of a wood pnlp mill, with a daily euttciy of n ton, on the Noca cucky river, lunr Johnson City, Teiiu. Mai'hitiery has U-.-n Isiught for a stave fuetory nt l'roi.ville, Teun. A mill will be erected to work M) aen-sof hnnlwood at Martin, FUi., for New York sp.iko ami run manufactur ing coin puny. A iMiuitiy with a capital t- k of "to,(i will Ih. organise I at Winona, Miss., to build wagons. Murphy & M inning of Knoxville, Tenti., will double the rapai tty of their woodworking factory. liottling works, iiv fact-iry, cnnueriisi, sugar ri (uiery, brick kiln, flour mills and minor linlu-tnes under construe. tlott or planned, hov that southern coiniiiuiiltics are U-t-oming more ulert as t their tipsirtuuitii'S. AFTER SOUTHERN COAL. rnitll.h s,mllrie I'iMiirari, dir '.VI.ihmj 1mi ul AlMllAllia imI. Chicago, (Ji-t. I. All mx-rcditod repre seiitntlV" of iiii K igluti uvudlcite bit contracted for 7"(,0oi tons of Alabama cistl to b delivered nt some point ou the (itilfnf Mexico. The deliveries are to extend over a riod of two years. At what point the coal is to lie delivered is Hot stuti-d, but the mrtics inten-i.ted are sitid to own vnlnable termiunls lielow New Orleans, and it i therefore, pre aninM that th.scisil will g- to New Or leans for nhipuieut. In n interview the promoters of this ooid inssi-try It wa stated that the owl from AIiiIhiiua cml I Ihi hntidled at a siiut In-low New Orhaimat a greater advantage thun at Mibile or I'l-nsatNiIa on ai'connt of tliu present carrying trade of the vessel of this export business. It is also claimed thnt the Alabama coal through this line Would be able to com. pete with )xtrt coal from Norfolk and other points on the sealsstrd. The pro. inoters also claim thnt i'l view of the liutrkiitiiig of the coal of the stiito of Al abnmn in Kurope the coal of this state would bavti mi advantage greater thuu thnt of any other coul (h id iu America for export trade. Notwithstanding the fiirt thnt every fiirmieu in l'aruiitighaiii in running to it full rapacity and that during the iast year over f 1 1 ,ooo,ooi) of capital hn U-n invested in the iron and coal regions of this state, yet the home consumption Is not MiHiciont to nb-orb the product of the coal lauds tx-ilig tb-vi 1ok-i llll Itnllrr l-;iliilr,. l'lat-illia, Tex., )ct. li. The lsiller IU WaketleM's gin, seven miles from her-, cxpl'slcd l-'ri-l.iv killing live children, fatally injuring two men, hurting m-v-i ml more mid completely ile-tp-ving the gin. Wak- tl-M, the owner of th- gin, is it pro-Hroiis negro, but it is imt known whetlo r tU- killed were white or black. If They Just Knew! ? Ilowr artistic we could frame pictures, .'w m.iny . s : - ':: , more homes would be brightened with nice pic tures bung on their wall. If you can't afford the best of Thotopraph and painting you cafTAavc a goofl tollection of C'hromo that are pu at a small cost. Our stock complete, our price right. Willis & Coleman. V blitfed y t v -w -r S 1 S-TP s'' New cl r ti cj s'f, o r o i h ll ifl ; . 7y ,;; pri,!e f i i,lnff ,r y fi ia.ls ,3niJ tie jiuhl.c It call on ir.t al i.r: ;inr i.'ruj sfit m ir Vtt Ex 'iinje hold, .iesiilcs Vic ntirc.sl ami re.-l.rsl .vo, l ilru,j$ in thix city, ml in .since Vir .s ,,v of July, carry a fall line f MtulioitKis, Toilttt. Artlc1is, Finn Pnrliimnr.J, K ;i uo St.a ti on or u. F 1 a v o r i n u 11 x t. pacts, l t c . '""" MMH tllll 3 liti:sti(iiTiiiss fit,i.i:t HAY KM !il!T. THIS IiEI'AltTMKNT IH IS I'll Alii ;k iF a (ill.Mif ATK (IF M A It Y I. A N II (HIJ.KtiK OK I'MAIiMACY, 11 A L T I SI II It K C-atla1llVll' CI 'MK AMI M:K MK 1 1 McPouifalil, I BRYAN. 4 J MMIMIM IIIIIMIOWtHM 9 A H. & T. C. R. R. KlIOItTl:!' AMI IH'ICKI'T I.INi: III' TWKKN NOUTII AMI MOUTH TKX. Sunset-Cpntral Special , Carries I-It Eli KIX'I.IMNf; CIlAIlt CARS and makes the fast time between NORTH TEXAS AND NEW ORLEANS Through Steepen CalvAton, 1 luu t oft mJ Si. f mi. vi T-nlwin llujattin nl Ih-tn. r, h t. U urih 11. M. A l- C. Uf ilou-t'-n ri(J U i.i).i) ltr ifi'-( 1 lioutn nl Aunn, mi trt.1 Austin aitl tii u i, 'o inj Pl!a. (Iidir cars on day trains iM twn u Ilotistou an. I Austin amlp(-niso II. T. C. Trln (xnit t H'ntn with Mnithm Pni1-' trains rarryln Fullmaa Uftunt amt 'riltfinry ir-i-tr la San Francisco, New Orleans and the East. a. F. n MOHSK, rum. Tmfflo Minairar. I It )t HTt IN. Tf-XAS, M U Kubblat.O. P T. A iu Stable Texas Bakery and Boarding House; i Tin: i:i-:sr Tin: 7 -". Bryan, Texas.! Aiiritl li l.iilil I hum' i Mia. Illillillliltilis, ()c-t. II. Tin ' rXi-i'lltiTil lllltlnllill l-ilill D-lii-i-'niU-' r-Miillilttmi luui Iisiii-iI ail iiim1 to tin- D.-iun. rKt.i "f til" l'illt-"l Sluli-s iiik'IiiK tlii'lll turn. tml (nk'rtlii-r mi tim Ituiiiiriitl ijiii n linn mhI uisi liryuu us viK'Tou-ly as tbcy ilid iu , ( iMtnll Ciilitrlltlull CjilUfl. Min-m, (ii., -t. il. Tim f-i-utir C'liiiintlii uf tin- ( i'-ir'ui Cnttini lir-nv-irs' I 'ml vtivi' ti --m t-titt i ti umtiii iin ui-!y ihmmI h ri'-'-lt Unit li- ri- i illint: mi ml' i Mlltn l illVi-lllliill nf s illllli-ril r-ilt-ill (.-ruwi-rs iiinl tiu-iiuuss UH'U to luuut 111 tblstily Xav. ' a' a a' a I ' a i s a Phone 5 2 l'Oll COUW OATS, HAY. MF.AI.. lU'I.I.S. 1UIA.V, ,,r nnv-' Ihiru in the KKK1) S'KMIK line, I urn plcns'inK thus.. who huve tried tin' mid wntit to mid oilier nutiic to toy li-t. (iiveino ii trial ord'T, if not ulriudy :i cii-tuiiier, I b:ivu t verytliinj; in titV linu ul lowest prices. Yours to please, E. C. HARDER. J w4ll444f4Vl444tlB(Biaiilaa lUtlnir'piir' hil th I.lT-r lu.ii.-M nf J n K-mol. r,l h l. m v-til'st .t.l-.f in Hn n. t -r. rl in -r m -ujuc l all liwn 01 ii.il mil Ul, sun Knobby Rigs of all Kinds, (nil Brt-rl. ninitlc-'nr tmiM drlrirg hnr. Our mmin will h CnurtMim, Promt anil tiri-tul l'rriwinl Au-nti"ii in all i-alla. will a r iata t hl-raJ jor tlun uf four atrii..at ar-il Kuarant aalinrac-iiun. SAfU; 01.1) STAND. 'PHONl; 112. y J. V. BR0G00N. Proprietor.