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'NEWS! Old Fashioned and Khrcded Codfish ; l'.M) catch Mackerel In kit and barrels ; freah shipment Do.ler Cake and Cracker and another on the road; wo have a standing order for the celebrated Woodcock Ham and gt them frcah every week once tried you will ue no other; I'cnlek & Kurd1 Old Kanlilon OPEN KETTLE MOLASSES In gallon and one-half Kallon rani; new crop fancy head Hire, Oatmeal, etc; allhonKh all the elM-ajM-r itrnde of coffee have ad vanced 40 er cent, we are tit 111 In position to sell you your hlh grade Coffee. Try our famous C. A S. mimted Coffee. Choice Java ft MH'lia 3 Miundn (1 ; Kokiida 4 HiundH ft; Altera 41, pound 1; Mcar Hlo ( )oumiIn t. DAfJSBY & DANSBY, thom: hi. II. AT. O. Time Card, llryaii Northbound No. 1 - KoUthtlOUtld No. 2 . Northhoiind No. 3. . Houthhound No. 4 . N. 1.1, iiort It t omul No. HI. soul hhoiiud . 12: to p. in. . :t:.Vi p. in. . l :.Vi . in. . :t;it n. in. . . i 'J.', ii. in ..7:11 . I"- C.W.& II- V. Time Card, llr-an J TU11V. Southbound Ni. lu'iarr M l'ta. in. .Northbound No. l"i IvH ti 11 i. III. - j B ivm yinti tinrymnrvri LOCAL NEWS. R M OJlOOCXjnXJaOCrjOCaSCCXXXXjtJ Olln Sander in attending the iNil- it i hi i . J..I... u l!..i.i, ...... i.i fr. l Marlin. Wllrllt 8'i cell It lief l.ll.li. I I). Mil,,. Jr. Ji,:i i ( li'lir" V y "ti pi. iv. Stuit h w int to Dallas iinin ni n cent in-r J"n poiim . ! I. M.L .. I, ' 1 . . .. i I . I " I . .1111 Miss Alice Dlllllap Went to Kossol . b, rn. - in , p ' ,. , , ' .Mr. Jii. O. Ki Timle N vi.iiin.' at . " Anderson. 1 i Judrfi. W. J. M.M.re l. fi fr l ur-i- eiimi yeterilav. j I Ir. J..I111 S. Kde wm herefrom lun. l y,.M. may. J. C. Illume miik here from llaiu . I'niirie yeKterdny ieurt'e Harrington wim lu re from .M illh'llli yesterihiy. Ki iin inln-r the eily Imkery fur k fresh .r. a. I and cake. ,if I do to NorMoiid' an. I pet the W. It enrt form $1 .oO eoret. l!r, rink Mt. Vernon jmre rye fur mile ly the K.xpilt inn SaliMin. d tf Jr. Kred II. JuhllMou im here from Aiid. r.,011 ye-terdny. " tlo'idwin and Dr. It.K.Jack KJfTtv here from Tunl t hi. rday. Mr. John It. Mike nn.l Mr, ll. ttle l'ari have returned from Nnvii..tn. K(H SAI.K (iixid oix-rooiu e,. ta.'e. Hoiuli f !,. 11. Apply in tli in oltlce. . H. tiei.-tfe, J.ihll McClllliiUh mid John S, Williaiiisnii were tip iiited Jury coinuiisNiiiiier hy Jude Taliaferio yesterday. e f-mT--rTrT 500 iw ranis In Wall I'.tper, tlic latest and haiiilsotuesi, have just hecn aihl ed to our already l.ire and well them, iluv direct and sae thc'sulicitor' commission ll' U'iniiint' with this iiinrnln the' II A T. '. Ill llllT'l)'d t r sen ire until further notice to hI trains In tui'iity-fotir lioiirs. The, new train are N. !.' and HI. Tin' former I north hound trniti. leav ing I lniiti)ti at :i ii. in., mid l' Hii; l(r mi nt il:2' n. in. The hitter inn ,H"""' "'"' '""vl"-' "'""" 12:1' ! "' hMng P-ryi... at ! 1 : 1 1 p. M. Thin new train srvice w ill lie a e-rcat iice..iiiiii.)l.ition to the the pulilic. The schedule uf these '..! I .. . 1 ..... II I a I II .. ! iiaiiin i wtn i ii uhii u in i in it. , i . i . Mini' rnnl. i A llleet ill); of Itllllhoc ''1)11111 1 1 1 1 - ' TV, llllMlt Iclllplnr, Mils liclil here yeteril:i' afternoon. The Ml ink' lllelnl.er i re Julill T. (inrrett ttnd ('. W.ti.ir'lon of Calw-rt: I in Mil- Ii. r, ..f I niMklin; lir. I re.l Ii. J..I111- ton, ( '. p,. N id U mid It. 1". i !- dull, of Anderson I '.i r : i wanting family .1 -' . i :i - done ill tin. I it to their Advantage to hrlm: their clothes to tl Id ! en nun rv. t iihhI w ni k lt mi r it 1 1 r i-i 1 1 hi 1 ., the lowest price possible. It. II. t.i, l.l l.l'""l .11 fl IJIIIII, or IMlwii ll Itrvmi mid Siin tann, 11 hlank mi!i- , .1111 .. 1. ,, M'rii'i inn accimiit lunik iHdouiiij: to , .. ,. . ... . the r.ryiui f.ah'. Ph ae return to ,hi ..ttl.-e f..r reward. ,, . , , N ill JetTi roll llt. Ted II ielt of t.i the rhurtre of disturhitiK the .,,.,. ,M.flir jllB,l(. Minkert Vesler- diiv nud wh lined one dollar and com. Marriau'e liceiisex: Kiik'i'Hc Wil lialnfo I'.li.aheth (.ir.i II, i'rinee lii- i to Mr. Kttn June. Henry John ( Corn Kiihle. 8. It. June to Kan Ille Kimter. Uev. J. C. (ientry returned to Wneo yesterday morninn after at telidilli" the association nieetiiiu; at Steep Hullo'. If you want to mid to your I111 hand' coiiifnrt mnke him huy a pair of I lunulas slioe at Norwond'H. '.I'd (io to August (iuitfrc' restaurant fur fresh oyster cred in any t j 11N0 California fruit of nil kind, tf Mr. ti. A. I.unroth of Houston left yesterday fur lallanfter visit ing her mother at Madioiivillc. The I.HIldsiilllest Hue uf ladies' Walking ."shoe c er lieeli in the city are now on Mile nt Norwood'. Ji assorted stock Call and see j I TVLLR IIASWl-LL. I THE KING OF THESV3 sLi !-1 Thc liext slioe ccr sold for B $?- 5'J'. only the tine! grades of n lratlicr ami the I t -t skilled 1 1 1 - .. .l:...t t.. l.i:"T usril Ml l.K lllillllll.il IIMV l-f this Itlllitatl I shut. ')..,-. ens of our iiistiiincrs say thev ic hittvr sntisf.ntiin than sonic of the $:;.i kind. W'c hue just received the FALL and WINTER m1cs in AMERI CAN SHOES ten different styles, six different kinds of leather to chouse fiotn, all sol. I fur one price $V5,J Kcry shoe a marc! of per feition in the shoe makers art. The maker guarantee them to lis, we guarantee them to you. Sec our show imliiws fur new fall snlcs. PARKS & WALDRQP, MEVS OUTFITTERS 11011:1. AKUlV.Vt.s. KXCllA NtiK S II Ihmlnp, Millican; M. Porter. Chiciik'o; V. 1. II. r , Iialhm; Norman tl. Klttrell. Hotiton; K. A. Johnson. W. N. Horton. New York; A. Cohen. ( 'hicno; M. V. IVter-oll, (iordoii I!. Mine, Nnvmota; Kred It. Johnston. C. II. Nlehol nnd It. I Slddiill. Anderson ; Ch(i. Kappeler, Ni-w Orlenn; V. W. Cnrr, J. W. Sul livan, Houston; W. II. lllu'lim, St. I.011U; H. p. Kelloiry;. Kranklln; It. K. Hnrrloii, Clnrinnml; C. V. (!or don. John T. (Inrn tt, Calvert, Tom Hllller, Franklin. CKNTUAI.. J I Steel. Milllenn; J Mllhh r), lloiitoii; 11 C (. ouil win, r. It. S. Jackson. Tunl; J U ilcCulloiieh, C S June,, Harvey ; A V Shealey, lie liaiiee; V V Knollev, lUvuer. (irundma Lawrence, Mr. S. M. Derdeii and Mi Kate Ijiwreiice have hecn vlitlti in Dalln. The het refrik'i l.'ll' d IllellU of 1111 kind lit tlie City Market. S. W . Buchanan, Proprietor. tf The Will Smother murder ens, went to trial In the district court yesterday afternoon. Sheriff Curry wa lu re with at tached wltnense frmu Itiirle.on county yesterday. Col. (iordoii limine and M. W. Peterson were lu re frmu Navasoia yesterday. WANTF.D To r.-iit a s. eomlhaud piano. Addres p. o. p.x 2. Pmf. V. V. J, inns, formerly of this city, died vest, r.lay aftem 1 al 7 o'clock in Austin and will h, hurled Thursday inornimr. 1111 1111, !, of M. . Jaincand.i hroth er-iii-law of Dr. J. y. oell ..,..1 wa w.ll known and highly is. teemed hy ll,, people i. in au. II. 7'. .1. it;sii. 1 , tin ll 11 vi 11 1 v I'll! III .Mill 1 III 11 I -Offl.y si M.'rmurM'a Or-iirii irs. lt..i,...iu , C.slnr I unii-r, u tk.su.. 1 tin-tun Chun Ii. I" T 1 1 - mm j $j.5o5r,oii. a MUST HAVE COTTON. - (larmaajr Taking to'P il Ma Mill Wllk That llapla. j Wanhlnirtoa, Oi-t. P. "If for atrrna psawin German y aboald be cot off fur one yemr from ber outtua rapply, there won Id be a crUii of incalcalahle oouae qaen," my Vailed Sutra Consul Winter al AnaaberB la a report to the tate department on the oottoacuniomp Hon la that onuuiry. Ia order to guard avainirt aoy puxibla etiffenry, the Oer : mau Culonial aMnciation recently eeot a petition to the Imperial chancellor re qneatiaf that every mean be aaed to la I tmdaoeootton Into the different Germ a a I eolonlet where climate and eoll favor. With the eiception of aboot 117,000 worth of out ton grown la one little onio ny, Germany i entirely dependent up on the United Btatee and England fur thtt eotnnuidlty, and the oonjamet mora of ll thaa any nation oa the continent. "Oermany, Fraaoe and England, M ayt the oonnl, "have never forfuttea the dayi of the civil war, when their eottoa waa oompktely cut eff by the blockade of theeouthern ftatea." There It a tendency, he eayt, on the part of cot Urn Indaatrle to gravitate to ward the oentert of production, that ii. In eay, England and the Eaat Indlea. The shifting of eottoa mllU and maun factaree to tbete point aaves time and money and the problem which now con fronts Germany it to insor a ootton np ply that can be absolutely depeoded npon in peace or war." TAX INVESTIGATION. Taachara' reitarallo A.kt raecwrae al klraca Ha Lawka lata. Chieatfii, O t. 9. A petition for a writ of innnilnmnt to compel the Cook j county l-mrd of mnetsort to file with the comity clerk a statement eetting forth the value of the cnpitnl etnek and bond of Cliicajfo's (""it franehi-e csr- poniiioii. was siitiied in the circuit court I. re hy Miss Catherine (ro-iii. head uf the Chicuo Teoclter' federa tion. T110 p titionr asks that the assessors 1 ei.iupelleil to list tlin iulaiitfible pro erty of i.i eoueerus, the nnnr-Knlu vnliie of w'h.ise pro)-rty it ailc(,-ui urnler milu to 11 worth iJiiS.IOI.SU. Against tin enoriiiou sum the luml tntiriK Unlics have foiiiul only :i.',3?S,. ft. worth of taiik'itiln pni'rty. It is to pni'ludu the difference, i.,.'i5,K'."J,rfi7, 1 repn wiitui)- their fmrichinc from ea , otiiiiiK eiuminsti ni that suit is brought. ImI aa l:-a. 1 i-.inns, ijcr. 11. a fence maple pro- 1 1 ... n. 1 1 .... . ... - ... js-ucm uj a ailing suoi, supposeii U) nave l-ii tired by a boy, has nibbed A. O. Newauui, ilivniion u.'U(i:r agent of the Houston aud Texit Central railway, , of hi riht eye. 1'tiysiciaus declare that although the ball may be preserved thu hiM'ht is forever riittroyed. Mr. Newsuiu ( seated in a crowded Live 1 O.ik tr.t car Huii.Iut aftennsui when he was struck ly thu muule, which he avers was fired from the sidewalk. For a tune he suffered ex -ruciatiug torture. ' The police nre endi-avnnng to aacertnin thu iileiiiity of the person who was Uie oauae. Ta UMiiilaa Mull. Washington, I) -t. It. Ctuler a recsnt act of coiittresii Siltoitor General Rich ard will mnkii a move livfore the supreme court for the diamissal of (Im suits n.iinst the states of North Caro linn, Siuth Ciirulina, Florida and I iuiinn-i to ns-iirer the ainonnt of ser trnm Umdt i-sued by thee states and held by the I'nlted States. The bonds were iued before the civil war aud the ooiitroversy over them is of long stand ing. The amount involved is over a million dollar. The motion to dismiss will be made, with spociflo direction of congress. Klllfil UVhlla at Work. Gilmer. Tel., Oct. 9.-Ilnck Willby, a log sawyer, was Instantly killed while at work three miles east of this place. Willoby waa aawiug logi fur the Ford mill A detached limb of a tree had become lmlged In the tree on which He we sawing, and when the tree fell, the limb, taking another direction.strack Willotiy upon Die head. Ho wa dead whuu picked up by bis companions. Klhl I'arsan Injarod. Chieaifo, tx-t, 9. Eight person wera injured h-re, one of them seriously, by a udlisiou ts-tweeu a t'alumet rlectrio car and a southbound Lake Shore and Michigan Southern traiu at Sony Inland avenue sinl Seventy-ninth street. The oondnctor say the aivideiit wa due to the fact thnt the motoriuau, who Wa a new man, did tint bring the car to a stop be lorn starting across the track. Watermelon- (ir-iwlitg oa Traea. Denton, Tel., (Vt. !). -Watermelon grow on tri' in Denton Cn-k U.tt.iin. tjtevo Doyle, a farmer, who had a water melon jxitch in the creek bottom, found sumo of the vine had beeu swept np into a trist by tint water and the melous thrived and matured while suspended several feet in thu air. M.uirjr r,.r Ciilinn Crop. Wiisliimrton, O -t. 9. The shipment uf 111. .11. y to the New Orleans, St. hmis ami Clucai;.! suliln asiirie for the move ment of tiu cotton rroTi continue from the treasury. Motility fmi.iKHl wa shlpM'i. The total slupuieiit since Sept. 1 amount to JlO.Mo.ic-u. Hl.lillirrl In lloiilun I iiiint y, Denton, Ti t , (. t. U A fatal case of diphtherial re.rie.l from the north western part of the county, a child of Marvin A. lams dviug of the ill vase. Otatit.Mff tif sir), lutliif. Decatur, T. .,(.V't. . Ke..rt reach hern that Nu ll Hiuipsou, a young man, died nt Paradise, 111 this county, from we ask roun- i Attention i i That gained, we can make Vfv to your Interest t-i trlve u nart do aa well for you aa other houes, we feel that we are entitled Q) TJj to a hare of your trade, but then It I a duty you owe toyouwelf to make thl etore your J principal trading place for such articles aa needed In the grocery line. Jno. i Lawrence & Co, f o q: & 0 00g 1 i 1 I I now have on sale complete stock of... 9 ........... i. t. .. 4. t.-.j, 4. t s . . ( 1-2-Millioery! P FALL .. WINTER MILLINERY None prettier or more st lish can be found anywhere, anJ my prices cannot be beat. I also have a full line of VELVETS. SILKS. SATINS. FRINGES AND POLKA DOTS. POINT LACE AND BATTENBURG. .MRS. FRANKLIN BROS, BulCrltHS AND MEA1 DEALERS --,--------- We Buy HIDES, WOOL AND PELTS, And Pay tho HIGHEST MARKET PRICES. TWO flARKETS--One In City Market Build Inj and one next door to John B. Mike's Store. BRYAN, : : : : TEXAS. TAKE NO RISK! DO YOU KNOW that the difference between fresh and Kale ilrii- may be the difference between life mid death, when those dm;;, are compounded to fill jour doctor's prcucription? Stale drugs have lost their virtue, ami have little or no medicinal value. We till prescriptions with fresh drug, only. You take no iik when you trade with us. WE HAVE A ,'IJLL LINE OF TOILET ARTICLES AND STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES and our ptice arc never high. Your patronage is invited with the assurance of rair treatment in ccrv transaction, M. H. JAIV1ES... D) ! a J It plain to you that It 1 trlctly of vour natrr.nsn Tf wa -111 V r fl " " J ' r If we do better for you than other & q e a e s & e. my new and M ! I 1 r i rl C. M. PROCTOR. : ! V The LtiiLiuj IhitpjUt, i.Vyun, 7"ui. f - 1 4 1 '1 'i'iioi: tm;i. j uu u'.vrJuo uf sliycuuluu.