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TYLER HASWELL'S FRESH STOCK OF LANDRETIl'S GARDEN SEED. IN PAPERS AND B I' I. K . i i CITY DIRECTORY. riTV omenta. Mayor. J H Mooring. Mar-hal, T I' Boyett. l)eputy Marshal, It II Smith Secretary and treasurer, II ti Rhodes. City Sexton, II II Joih-c CoiiKtable, C I. Baker. Aldermen: 110 Tabor, W S Howell, M I'arker, Walter Wij. precht, A J Buchanan. COUNTY .IKHCKHS. Judge, A (i Hoard. Clerk, U W McMicha.I. Attorney, M Nhl-Io. Tax Collector, J J Adam. Tx Ai-.-f.or. U M N.i!l. Sin-rill", T C Nuiin. Treasurer. Jno M Lawrence, District Cl. rk, J W Halt. Comllli.iolii-r: II J lb-en.-, I.e.' Edge, Dciiiii.t Ballard, l' II Arrin' tut). School Board Ir .1 W I low fll, prciidi-nt; J Allen Myer. m-c-retarv; '.V T Jam.-. A M Kho.-, Ci MBandoii, J It Mike, II C K ,! itison. lit K. llr .S. Baptist Sunday l.o d 0:1") a m; prayer-meeting Tliura l.iy niht. Methodic E I. Sh.-ttle, tu tor; Services 11 a in and 7: 1 p in Sunday; Sunday m hoo t: l-"i u in; Epworth League, Sunday 7 p iir prayer-meeting Turn-day night. Christian Jewell Howard, pun tor; Service lirt and t-ec-ond Sunday, nt 11 a in, ami 8 p in. Sunday school 10 a in Christian Endeavor -1 p in Sun day. Prayer-meeting Weilnc-sil .y lligllt. Chrintian Science Service Even Sunday at I p. in. ami Wednesday evening meeting at 4 p. in., at the Old IS;iiiMt Chun h. All ure cor dially invited to attend. St. Andrew's Episcopal Herb ert E Bower, DDL I. D, rec tor. Holy communion ti r -1 Sund.iy in each mouth. Sunday mIiooI at 10 a. in. Mort.ing prayer and pennon at 1 1 a. in. Evening pray, er at 7:. '10 p in. 1'renbyterian J D W.-s-t, pa tor; Services morning and evening lnt, Ilrd and 4th SuiidavH in each month; Sunday nchool 0: 15 a. m prayer-meeting ednemlay. Kre Cotnmtinion Itaptixt A M Stewart, pintor; Service every Sunday night in each month; Sun day Hchool 10 a in. St JoHeph'a Catholic Father Kolin, pastor; Mans at H and 10 am Sunday. San Antonio Italian Catholic Father (iuidico, pafttor; Mac at S an.l 10 a in Sunday. Bryan Cotton Seed Oil Mill. J O Chance, president; M I) Cole, vice-president; A I) McComiico, neeretary;K J Fountain, treasurer and manager. Bryan Coinpress Dr J V llowtll, president; WE Saunder, vice-president; II C Robinson, pecretary, R S Webb, treasurer; Walter Wipprecht, manager. I.OlKiK MKKTIX..S. DrazoH Camji, No 101, WofWi Meets second and fourth Friday nights in each month. J K Kttle, C C; Joe H Iteed, clerk. Bryan Tent No 111, K O T M Meetinj: nights limt and third Monday in each month. J. II. Mawhiney, C; Joe H Iteed, It K. Bryan Lodge No. tSil, I Ionic Forum Meeting iiightn second, and fourth Wednesday each month. W T James president; Joe B. Iteed, financier. Bryan Lodge No. -ID'.t, National Aid Meeting night first Tuesday in each ir.onlh. ' W tlrillin, presi dent;C C Dulatn y pecretary. Ivanhon Coiinnandery No. H, Knight Templars Meet l!nd Tues day in each month. J no T (Sarrelt, E C; II It Itlmdes, secretary. Fralurnal I'niun of America- riiiiiiiMtt Meet second and fourth Monday night in each month V 11 Wal ker, FrnteriiHl Muster; W L Hou ston, secretary. W T Au-tin Chapter No. 87, It A M Meets third Motlla) in each month. W E Saunders, II l;Joe B Iteed, Secretary. HrMzos Lodge No. J'.), A F A A M Ve ts fourth Monday in each month. Tom A. Searcy, W M; I) C DeMaret, Secretary. Brazo Lodge No. til, K of I Meets first and thiid Tuesday in each m-iith. Frank Clarke, C C, I) C DeMaret, K of It ,t S. Vulcan Lodge No. ;7, A 0 U W Meets He'ond and fourth Thurs day in each month. W H Roman, M W; W J Walker, Recorder. Brian Lodge No. K of II Meet... first and tlr.rd Thur-dav in each month. J A Myers, dicta tor; A J rlatner, reporter. - aa -- Motel Arrival. i:.( II N(iK. J W Mcl.n:-. n, Halt iiimre : J S Hii.Uon. N. w York; It II Kno. T K l'rvor. Ilearne; S J .Met 'urtb.v, oil- ti.ii ; A N Brown, Houston; II (' Mill, r, St l.onN;Jt Vale. Waco; J I! Julie, (i M W ill. I. .1. 1, llollsti.n; C 11 Wil-on. Dallas; W I'. Wil-oa Marliu; U II Turner, IV-ilcl luc ; K It Niu.li, J M Na-.li, Waco; Jalue Havi.l-.on. Il.iiistini; II II liutbi-r-for.l, Austin; II I'. I'arker, Boston; II D llarrUnn, New Orleans. KNTKAL. M U Kelly, Ma.lisonvllle; WJ J Turner, It I, Allen, It V Smith, M.-sa ; It Mctiregor, (i V (Irav. Card Irotn Dr. fountain. Tin- n port that I am goinj; to leave Itryan is lalce and without foundation. Immediately after the adj.iiirnmeiit of the legislature I will resume the practice of my proft .. sion. In tin- meantime my brother. Ir. W.C. Foiiiilaiu. Mill have charge of the dtllce. J. I,. Fountain. iiiarJii To The Public. We have now in our employ mi ex pert City Tailor ami have lilted up a simp in tin- rear of our store, fur the convenience of our cu-inni, ri and the public generally. Any pressing, eh suing, repairing or alterations, entrusted to Us will receive prompt and proper attention nt reasonable prices. The lad lex nr.- especially In vited to bring their Jackets, wraps and tailor made suits to us for alt. r allium and lilting. Very Kesp't, H5 Parks A Waldrop. Important Notice. AfwJnn.;U the law retires 10 per cent penally to In added to allj uncollected taxes, lton't he forced to pay this, so come and pay your city taiea before Jan. ul. II. IS. Hhodcs, 40 Citv Tax Collector Science Department Baylor I'tiiu-rsily Waco, Texas, Oct. 17, I'.HK). To Whom it May ('niicern: Thin is to certify that a 1 -pound can of Premium Baking Bonder was procured in open market to test tho purity of the powder. Anal Vsis shotted tho absence alum, lime, ammonia or any other I'dulterant, and the presence of a high grade Cream Tarter Bonder Respectfully, Wade W. Baltic Instructor in Chemistry This te.l has proven that Bre in i u in Baking Powder is tho best d.uit take some cheap substitute hut insist on having Premium, a pure ( ream of Iarti-r Powder. It .1.1 . ... iook nit- i.ri. ai itiu .Mci.en.ion. PuiliaiiA' Co's stove contest; ht Mire to k't't Premium, manufactured j ly the rotts linking rowder com. lany. tltf A pi.lll plow and saddle pony fur sale, or will trade for milk eoU. Ap ply at l'.a(tln olllce. w 13 The drawlnit classes in the third and fourth (trades h.-clti tln-lr fourth month, (January), next Monday, January II. Tuition, aa before, 1)0 cents a month. d:td SENSATION AT AUSTIN! Resolution to Investigate Read mils AN UPROAR CAUSED. the commieiiou to roiuider the advan Tht HetBtla CwBertH the Mam ! to(f, wouM ctholl, im on ao- Coagrtumaa Ballsy With the Traawirtlva It l'I, but la aa Anrndr4 I'erm. Anntin. Jan. 12. The honsai wn In a turl'iil- iit niiaij all ycMerduy over tli concurrent n-)ltitlon of Mr. MeFall of ' Travis, whii b providi-d for a comiuitte.. to investisnite the ri-nilitiiwiiin of the! Wuters llen-e (il cniiiny into Texas and the coiiu.s'ttun of Congressman J. is. Tsiiley therewith. It had been ruiuore.) that Mr. M Full would iiitMahut. sui h a resolution, but it wiu believe.1 it would be in a nioru niolemte fiirtu. The resolution denom inated the rcndmisnion of the oil com iit an a mistake ami chargi-d that "certain nmYiitls" luul lent Mwiv ns istaiiiv, and Mr. Bailey active assist ance, to the return of tin. coiiixiny, and proviil.il fur a committee from tlni house and w tuitii to lilVestlgalo tin- cbarges. Mr. Bailey's friends, after a long bv bnte, siui ii-di-d in anieiiding the resolu tion sou to make it a bouse nieusurt imply, jipividing for the investigation to In- coiidiietisl by a committee coiu-J-d of llh llllT of thn house. Then tin v otTerid an amendment to stnki out the charge that fraud hud Im-.-ii cum niitn-d and also the eliarges that Mr Bailer and certain other otlicials bad mmmiltrd ur-'iigin Hssisting in sm li readmission. Tb.-y ss rted that if tin hulls,- Were toui.i t tile re-uihlti-ill lis ll M'kmI it would Is- rendering its verdict Is-f -n- the evidetiei-bad ts ii hi-aril. Inst U fi-re tin- miililay adjournment Judge Mi-Fall made know n bis willing Hi-si to amend tl Iijii tioiiahle iHirti'-H of the n s., Inn, ,ii sn as tn make it r-ml "it is charged," etc. This suggest , m sei-mmglv did le-t unit willi favoi among .ilr. Itailev s rrieiels. Ihev inn tlllll.il t.i urge tho nillelldlllellt. l'm the house reassembling Judge Mr Full brought his suggestion U for. the house in the olift of a substitute for the ameiiilmi-ut alsive referred to. It was adopted. Thereiiiu Mr. (inrm-r of t'vulde, otTen-d a silhstltuto for thu resolution us aiueti'lul. It was incident al, with the McFull resolution luiaiucuib .s;l except instead of wiving "it it ohargi-d," etc. was timde to n-nd, "it i charged by the Hon. David McFall," tU The substitute was adopted, Ik-fore the house llnally m ted in the matter a great many amendments hik! kubstitutes were tm kul on ami much fervid oratorj' was heard, nearly every memls-r of tiie house taking a whirl at it. A mesNige was ns-eived from the pv- eriior calling attention to the omission in bis message of tin- reimrt of the state fish and oyster commission. Is fn ls in the law are M oiniiieinl. il toU- corris ted The resolution providing for the ap pointment of 10 clerks otTensI by Mr. Keiiimlv was taken up. The resolution wim iiilopl'il after the compensation had Isi n on reuse. tn f n ly and a war rant clerk had ti-n ailil.-d, making a total of I .' Mr. Tar-y eall.il up bis resolution providing that oill.vr, uf tin. Imusi- be paid $.'i. Adopted. The following bills were intro.lui-i .1 By Mr. Morris Making N-ttmg al cants a criminal olT.-iii-. A Joint resolution was in'pshicisl tit Messrs. Morrow, Stroth.-r. N.-tTaiid Ter rell of Cherokee, tnr making the .ll tax receipt u ipuihli--atioii for voting. Messrs. Mulkey iiud I'li-rson To es tablish an industrial insritute in tin slate of Texas for tlieislu. atloiiof white girls in tin- a r s ami s. ieii. es. In the wuiite the boils.- pr diem mileage tall was MKsed. The senate coiniuilt.i' nlso si-rvnl notice that they would consider the Hogg constitutional amendments in os-ii mis-ting next Tuesday afternoon r mill arraiigi uieiits were made, to count thu vote for governor next Tuesday. Tu Absorb V.lpraM ('umpanlaa. ('1ii. ih.-o. Jan. I J Absolute control nf the vast interest of the nation's ex press c.uiijiuuics mar fall into the bauds of the railnsul powers. lreliin- 1 ... . I ...1 I : . nun i siciis louiir.i such mi in l.s-i an- . . ..." . "f"! ' ' " ov'ue ifuiilan.-.. of.. I icr, I.I I MorKau. . am.-s J. Hill, uii.i oi hits, i nereis, ri mis n lino in.1 K.wers inl.-nd to conduct the busjnesa of tl hi nt ry as a regular ilesoi.iii-ut of railr.se! o rutioiis. Kallrnail Italia Ita.iiiiTail. Oawfordsville, Ind., Jan, IS. The mils of the Chi. as'o and Southeastern railnsul which en n the furtn of Wesley (iruutham mar this city were torn up am! removed from tii f.irin last W.il nesilay nicl.t by .Sheriff Cnniiie. aetitm! on a writ of ejectment sis-ured by (inin tliaiii in ts'.il. All IralHi- iuclu.liiiit the jfoverntueiit mail .-rvice was cfTs. tuiilly lib kill. Injunction pr.-e.sdui((i bava Ui ii tiled aBnuiiht (iraiitham. Ilatarmlaa la llaa I ha right. Cincinnati, Jan. 13 The dim-tort ol the Sai-nti rf.-st Atlik-tic aMm iation ol Cincinnati exprmwtlw ftillfat deteriuina tiuti that the JetTrius-Huiilia tlK'ht will tf pull.il off her m Feb. 16, bul tbt rn-isjiideraue ,f public ienUmuiit U tc the contrary. RELIGION IN SCHOOLS- Dr. BargM AiIom II IHmU Kllmt trmm Mull ktMlt. MmiiU, Jan. I J. Argument on that n-ction of the K'bol bill allowing reli lotii tMchiniri in ehonli wma continued today. Dr. Uaxiael Burip, who niKle lb ptinctptU iew.-b, aut the frum wouLl atteinut to taka atlvantam1 I of Mich lituation. Dr. Banr nnrrd conul of tbo chuirh'e overwbelminR in-anleraucti. Judge Taft riplained that tbii b-Kislation was ciperunetital. If it U-canie the iimtrument of etvlesiaa lii al npHwition it Wimld tw ri'pea.l-l. Dr. llnrifw repli.-d lhal it nnirht to be reK ul i now. Tim FihiiuM, be mid. hml etinugh of the result of religious; iii - .trui tioii in schools. j Jmlge Tuft contended it was iur."i- bl to jtnlge of the new system at bap- bajird or by results of another nystein. He N-licves things will Is- accomplished under tin- present, which were iiiiis.si. ble under the former regime He asked whether it wait not impolitic to take action which would unms-i-Hsurily slm-k the feelings-of the Catholic people. The d-s tor rej.li.il it was better to eliminate now the Mvtiou which was bad audcer tain to create diftlculties. Commissioner Henry O. Me, asked wiu. h course would satisfy the gr.-alei numN-r of ss.pli-. Pr. Burgos, in re ply nuot.il the iln larntions of the Ma lolos congress and F.sleral jwirtr in favor of Maintti.iii of church and state. A WARNING SOUNDED. Frarh ('Haitians l.l lh KnglUb SurprU l Munlrral. Montreal, Jan. I . Iji Write, the ris-..giii..-d organ of tin- ultra-Catholic Fr. n.-li Canadians, pnl.hsh.-s a threaten lug article against F.uglish rule in Can I ado The arti.-le ni : 1 "There is a limit to human juttetieo. ' 'It is Niid that Fugland will ahwiv guard tViielss-. We say thai she will guard .Jin-Ins- just as long as the French ! Canadians wish h, r to and not an in j slant longer, mid if the fanati. sof On ! I.lll-iall.l elsewhere Were Hot Minded h pa-sioii tli'-v would comprehend it alo If the insults of wl-i h We have l. n made tin-constant i.l.j.s t on the irt ot the Knghsli eleim-ut of this country.!., not s-s ,ii come to mi end, and if they .smtiiiue to reward our loyalty toward the Knghsli throne by covering us with injuries ami Moating us with threats, there will ls mi i-Xplosioll i.f lltlget among the French Canadians w hich w ill astonish (hose who are m-custoiued t. regard Us as 'g.l sim p.' "And what will l- the illevitahlti r ult of a m-ries of riots, i.f wrioiis troubles Is'tw'is ii the French Canadians and the Knghsli' The French Canadi aus have only to make n sign to t'uele S.im and in l-'i days an Ann-ri. an army w ould neeiipr (Juelss-, M. nit real and To ronto We certainly do u.it hoa- to ms. these things, tmt will come if tint cam paign of insult .1s t not i ease." NEW JERSEY'S PROFIT. rorMirl Inns l'i In lti Mat Mr Taoi Vlllllnn llnllart fur t ranrliiaas, New York, Jan I.'. In the annual i ri-srt of the state Nurd of a-aessors, which has just Isen submitted to the' New Jersey legislat are, it is stated that .ioc-i c.,r.ri ions oigauued under the laws of the state of New Jcrey paid into tin- treasury uiiring last year tin sum of t.'.u.M.-.'o'.t. As the cor.ralion tax rate in this state is one tenth of on.- r cent on the lid in capital sfi k, or (107 for every fiooo capital ml in the Isn,.i c,,r,ra Hons must have ld tile tax llmu t-i. Ool.'.liti.noo paid in capital st.s k. The tate .sirjsirntiou depnrtuietit estimates that the flnl."i corporations nssi-ss. i have a paid in capital stock of '.si r cent of the aulhon.ni capital st.s k. If the tax of Kd.aoii, which repr.-s.-nts J,0.M, Vi'.t.ooo paid in capital st.s k. is '.'0 r cent of the authorized capital stock must tie five times f.'.o.M.'Jtni.tss), or the mini (if 10,2.MI.(H;,IV). The increase in the tininls-r of miscel Inmsius cori. rations assi-ssisl during the year over that of I S!i;i is l-.ti ahhougli in reality lis; new coiupnnieN were B.bbs! to the list in r.mo. The differeticu of tint i'orninies represents those whose charters were forfeited liy the proclama tion of (iovi-nior Vo.irhe.-a In May butt for tioupivuieiit of tax. . Kurt nn fur Ilia llrltla. NeWirt, Jan. 12. It Ims licen given nut uuotllcially liy a dose friend of tin Valid, rlult and the French families thai ... . , . -,. , .., , ... AllreU Mlllllcrnill llllS Sl-Uleu ell r.lsll j.-r,,. (i n r marriue-o ,.,rtio. ,- ., (lMlU ,,,orinou.s fortune, ua.nelv f:i,7iKi,oi). This (treat dowry is (riven to ln r. nci-ordiiiir to tins authority, m i in cash but ill si-lis ted Ix.n.ls and st.s li from that purr of the estate of the Int. Cornelius Viiud.-rbilt which was apjsir tinned to A'fi.-.l. the chosen sun mid chief heir. As the late Cornelius Van ib-rbilt's fortune was invested in securi ties ivmit four per cent interest, tin bride will have an income of (IIVNJO a "r ('iiiisl.larlnic Kllial Atiawsr. Washinitton, Jan. I The state die , pjrtuH.nt l,.is ls-eiiom. iallyadvis.-d that tiie Hay I'auncefot.! treaty is now under consideration at I.udoii with a view t, relur.iliiK' the final utiswer to this K"v ernniciit. William Traabolm Paa.l. New York. Jan. IS William I.. Treti holm, who wiu coiupLrollur of treasury riuriinr ( 'levehind's tint ihI ruin 1st nil ion. ,,.,, t Lli Lomu ,u ,Uu wly o( pU(.u. m,,m. I -- "The light of lamp of the future." In Vie past our business has been good our rela tions H-ilh Ike pulrons of Ike house cordial, and now al the djMi oflhe .Vtr Year, and Ihe Ctnlury as well, I wish lo express my lhanis lo my friends and palrons of the pasl and solicit a continuance of their trade in the future. B. S. 44 4 s It i i i i t l Ul'-I U-U I u I V X TT-V W A s i ii ji ' t READY-TO-WEAR HATS l. ALL STYLES i -. I : is : i . - KfNiw arm. i il . VELVETS, SILKS. SATINS. FRINGES AND POLKA DOTS. POINT LACE AND BATTENBURG. i . ii MRS. . a -as. a- aa- aa. aa- aa- aa-, Why pay rem? ; a i . i t I j when I can sell you a house so cheap the tent j.ui pay , will '. iv for it in a couple , of Mar. I have scvci.il beautiful places (or side in Itrv.in. also several farms ' for sale. Call n or vv rite i no at l!i an, Tests, ami k save iimiirv, MONK 0 1: HlXil:, l.aud Au'eiit. - f 1 ' "f J. W. BATTS, Real Estate Ajint. Ilt In effli th only l nf alatrwt tHM,k uf Ur.iioa ciuntjr Unit till. -a. One ami on.-. half lots and sivrooin house, two blocks south of court house. Ilrick cistern and servant's room, price f lOft). Two lots ami obi .r-rooi 1 1 house in southwest part of town. Price nm, Two mid one-half lots tn-ar Allen Aendeiiiy. I'rtce 23i. Also oth.-r city property. El I'aso Carnival. The procressive city of I'A Tuso will celebrate the beniiiin oflhe new Cenlury with a crand mid winter carnival which will be held January 17th, 1Mb, I'.lth and L'Olh, l'.iDl. A moii c the many nttrac tious which will ! feature, of the four flays jubilee, tuny be lioted the folh'.wini;: J1.MMi.IHi ehctric pant-ant. 1(I.(NK)(K) electric tout) tain. '),(M.(H volcano eruption oil Mount Kianklin. (irand civic, military and trades review. Mammoth Kuropciu mid Diii-ntal mid way. Hoping and tyinp itests for bic prizes.'' Tourna ments and roiil.-tti battles. l!u!l lights) on Mexican soil by one ol the most exp.-rt companies of lighters in Mexico. Tho Southern I'acifie. "Sunset-Itoilte" has estah lish a very low rate which will apply from all stations ulon' its linen in Texas and which will sell January 1 Ith, loth, with a return limit leaving K l'aso February 1st. CmiHult any ap-nt or representative of this company for rates etc., or S. F. II. Morse, I,. J. Parka IWr Traf Mgr. 0.1.,VT. A. Houston, Tex. wkjaulT the past is the READ. -sl- s . A . 44 44. w Millinery!! A beautiful line of Pattern and Dress Hats now f on sale at Mts. Proctor's. I am still selling my fv 'v i : iv. ! f ; i C. M. PROCTOR. M . - -- . s-. al There u Something to Sec Along tlx The Only Sccnfc Doutc North and E,ast. TheQuiclind Most Comfort iblc wit to the Mississippi of Missouri Rivers ind beyond. RAILROAD RESTAURANT AND CArt CAR StKVICn UNLQUALtD IN AMLKICA. TIIE LINE TO THE LAND OP Lead and Zinc. Write to Room No. 728 Crnrury RulMing, St. Louit, for one of our illuitrateJ pamphlets, entitled 'Ts 71 rf Iki Oiarti ' "Imlkt.t tn4 Aiai m Iht Prim." "tmil jis'sr Along A riK,H "Tit Orttt fflifl " "lHrtt il .mtlking it St AltKg tk t'luit Liaf." The moit compreheniive railroad literature for the home-tceker, in vestor or traveler ever distributed (ratuitouily. OFFICES: 2S9 M.ln Street, . . . DilUt. 102 V. Commerce St.,Sin Antonio. cm.9.9M.9.m.M9M.9.m.m.wm. If DJITA1T ; f g sa -s Marble! S AVOHICS, t H- I'. HAWKS, 1'ropri.dor. a Itnlun nl ATri.-n emM.- timet" In all K d-xitfim t lr,w tlnnrssa. WrutU 'lk Ul vlia k' I' 4' n ;i wurk ani.i1 ( m an, t-H I., --.r j i.-i-ia re.ir nr.l.-n WiiliK (il'AIIAM KKli. --l-.a r.-.ir ..r,l--r. AI.l, t Bryan Marble Work4 , C'4 4WW4m4mJ$ ATTORNEY AT LAW, HKYAN, TliXAS. r,imm-ri-tt, It, , M,i ,n. (,..nrr.l ('..H l-ra.-n.-. Iitl.-a Cianuiir.l, AUirai-U IIM'ti anil Il'-tslA tMlb.n On ici; IN ((H ltT IKifME. W (i. T.l!frm. loto tii.ln Jnh Jii.tirtaMlatrli-t Itui.i. Aruiairunu, lair ut Armi.lriHJ a; Naula Taliaferro & Armstrong, Attorney $ eni Counnhn at Lam. (iflloo op tnlmtn Tlliifrm hen, nuuaa KUan-, Ur au