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1. JSrgan Aotittsig jSagle." "I -T. 253 BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNINQ, SHPTLiriBfiR 26, 1901 THE TI1I.IL OF SCHLEY PKICE c CPMT; . r Mps the tell VOU GET IT SV TRADING WITH US! 1 L We hive just received fresh kbipineot ol .or.ier Makcry Cake an.! Crackers Minko Fpncy Candy ; New Crop extra quality Evaporated Apples, Peaches, Prune and Apricot; Lar'c lot Juicy Mackeul; Uvalde Honey; Fresh Oat meal; Kalitons llrcakfaU Food; Cream of Wheat; (hit, etc; Kid Cloud Cheese cost you no moiclh.m souk thin;; not near o good; Continuous receipt of California Grapes, Peari nj Peaches. if rcsb roasted ceffe Wi8 Mhers, GROCERS MO COFFEE (DIM JUST RECEIVED A new line of Window' Shades; prices run fretn 10c each up. : : : : Call and see them. TYLER HASVELL "! t. u. msm mm J & FOR RERff Three largo front rooms, two large Halls suitable for Lodge purposes or light manufacturing Particulars and terms apply to DUNX & DALY. 0 0 0 0 0 & & yo Sensational Testimony reduced It tl.c I.i(uiry, COTTON A WITNESS. lie TrlU or Delivering DNpatrlif Srhlcjr IWadlng of li. pitches U (otto.i Kulrii tint bj lbs (ot:it ef luimtrr. to rmtmittixl here early thin morning. Miles O Donuell u stabbed to doclli lu a saloon mi l Howard I'hipp wm shot to dentil on the itreot. George, Font i enargi-d w.th tho killing of Phipps and Tom Corbm with the murder of U'Don- lieu. IVitU ruuii were nrrestixL ruh rirm ran. Ft. Johns. N. F.. Sept. 23. -The fail, era of the largo ti.h Urui of O. V. IL Teaaicr i -unoanroJ. Thi principal creditor U tho iUuk of Mouircal. RAISE CF WAGES. S S 8 0 S S S S S 8 S3 8 8 9; WltCiMHMIIIMmHHmHIIHHIHHimaa ANGING OUT A SIGN! Doesn't nuke a butdu'r shop Anbody can Jo ih: ! ! ! ! H ttkri 1 mtn ho knows good market tittle wtarn h v-i them, snd Mother ..n. ho knows how to slaughter rliiM and on a mho knout bow to rut mt. Good cattle may b ruinrd for market rlttn-r In lat;i;bterlng or cut ting on tha Hook. Tlx-n the trn-at hould stay la cold itomge fTirl day. Vla ynn bay 'from m you get U) brnrfit of all oar good Birat and lor.g ijrlrno. FRANKLINaBROTHERS i Wanhincfon. S .. 2.1 IV for Tn-fftuiM-r C'laxtoit tifk tlio ntnud t'ois motuinj,', Oif tittn H.'ilii.-r wna rivolll to muko a Ti rUil corr'tioii lit the of!l cial ropy of lit ttnu ujr. He ail La had iwvernl .romx-tiotn that he deiired to mako. In oiio ciiw how) rncurdud a K'vimftho "lx urmrf au I tlm dis tanco" of tlio i;rooklyu. ' If. aaid ho had kiv u b. arinmid not tho (lictanc". Hi) uiad'j vnriuu ot!nT ch;uipT''i let tin y mti t nut inateriiil. KiiRiutK-r CLtxton aaid ot July 8, IH'iS, he had t ii mi duty in tho en' Ktuo room of th Tuna. The engine ludii-atur had rulhtd for full ih.o1 and ahi-n 1 ear'y in tlm morning which ha I within au h our a.'t.T tho Wk'itiuiug of action Un chatiifid to "foil ipwl J anttrn." To hit kuowlodo there Lad teen no sikiial for a re vera. J of the eu. friuna. Hu laid that ho Lad boon ex cused from Kir riro In the wigine room, lat itill he knew the cugini were in verted for aboat two iniuuti. Rir Admiral Cotton, nuvr commin diiDt at tho Norfolk unvy yard, vvh eommaudud the auxiliary cruuor liar Tard during the Snih wnr, wn the Uelt wituewi. IIu tol t of uiw tiug Iho Cying nmnlron under Coinmcxlore Sc-Lloy off Santint May 27. Imh, and aid that on that tiny he had delivered dinimtdiea to tho number of 10 to the commodore from Admiral Sninjuwjtj and tho nary dvfartmuut. tVhley told him of the dilTlcui'.ie encouutered in cooling from thi at ara u l about aer- ral iiiit that the llirvard hu 1 virlt- or tliem. N liley then mi I h would tare to return to Ky Wont f r owl. an I the U'n il f .r t)e f! r n,. i-.r t di. Fa'I U.v.t. Ma '. 21 Tho an l. m; ; -it tl,:l' M. ; p. IV.rd.-n of New Vork, m i cr..f tha Atuerunu Print wor'K an 1 n'h r f i -'..rieii, c i.r.eiu,iUitel & o t- r ri-u: i-i ri a-iii i w.i.-e. ia the i!i:i f hubj. c: tin I r d u iou h-.ro. The tie.7 w.'l,' ' v!e :1 ) i i.'.'.O tiT Ct K. xt Tii i-. t; f J. Af! r t;.e i..,!i .!::. .-at th. ;: aC.n of w h.it v.;;:i U :,...., If o:!,. r i...:: in th ci'.y iH j -s r, u!y ad rf tho niu ra.'u larn ivi . ;i tii mi tliat the iTex-ut i ul i v ul I rtaii 1 an 1 that if it lieeauM ik- siry t ) a-Uance even a annul rK-rrvntaif, the uniU uiitfht a wed hut down. Those who wero wil ling to talk at ad on tho anbj jet could not evea a'!vanc9 a tin try a to what tho o! j -t of .Mr. Uordon ouli be in raMiig wat;.i at this time. Tho textile council called a meeting when action on the 4jxr eont iucreaae w ill bo takun. As a ronlt of Mr. Donhm's latent tnoTo, Georire A. Chuao, tn-Aaorur of the Courne mills, p.wtsl a notic?e of a sim ilar inreni, to take effect Sept. 30. Like Mr. IVirdn'sbig corporation, the IViuruo mill is uo a mmbor of the a m . m innuinecnrcm' aswu-mtion, and was notajariy to recent agreement on Landliug irKlueta. The Bourne mill f..r Nevenvl yenrs ha. 1j.ku run on the rri'fft sharing Uiais, the profits going to tho operatives every six months in pro. r Tho Bryan Grocery Companj offers special.... portion to th.-tr wnges. THE CANAL TREATY. fr,---u I i.ll.at Thai Cr.al tlritaJa III Kallfy (tMK Iii l n, Sept. 25. Th. ro is net de9- inforiiiatiori h. ro retmrdiug the pr vr-of L r 1 I'nutici f negotia- tioti nnd thn t r.-l i-Iihilt... wlii,-h f t.-, ... . " t . I "fcM'-"iei iu Mr. luimim luiT'iufa Torn,-.) was mi le while wituert was aboard the I!n)klyn Schley hud giTen the witurs Verbal l-rmii.n to go to Kingston with thd lUrvard and g. t cool euongli to tako llutt Vi-Axl to the nearest L'uu.hI Status port Admiral Cotton was a.ked if be agreed withixhley in ciflij terms as to tho difliculties iu cmling. U replied the quest ion wn not discussed and ho eipressiMt no opiuioii. Tho wmrersation cxvurred after Schley had n ad the dis patches. The distches ordered tho commander of tho HnrTard to inform Schley tho navy ih ;vrtm.'nt was in formeil the Spuuinh iua.lron was in Santiago harlx.r and directed him to aTtnni fm t and uot to ermit the Spanish flxct to leave without decisive action S.-hley did nothing to the wit nos' knowltMlgo to carry out orders. Mr. lUyner called attention to tho fact there were material changes iu disjaxtclies as printed in official reports by nary department. Admiral Schlev's reply to thso iliisitclies, dated May 2'., in which he attid he could not otvy orders of tho department wtro then' road, and Mr. IUyner pointed ont vnri-,' ous ciiungi-s in tho lungnago of tho de partment's di4patch as priutixl oftlcially. lie ildniMHl tho court briefly concern ing these change. Judge Advocate Lomly then started to ret the dikpntches rii'ireil by Ad mirnl Cotton from Admiral Schley, do ll verwl ty tho Scorpion. -1-u ugg...tta in Mr. Hay pro Tlou csual treaty, but the prospect of a aati.faotory aljustmnnt of the points rained by thj senate are brighter than ever before. Lord Pauuccfoto has been resting in the country aud has not been actively at work influencing the ministers before ailing for America in October. His services t-ndiil beforo the miuisterstook their holulays and were scattered over tho cm n try and ho was satUttod with tho reulf. Tln-re i a general expectation in dip lomatic ii .If that tho new treaty will tie subiiut'e 1 to tin seuate in IXjct-m-Ur, aud that i: w.U bo rdtifljd. Iim IUII anil AlhUlla Trust. New York, S it. 23. A great trust ; in IsvmIi uI and pr.f.sioual athletic is I pcour o k-ioiz-i iit mo miignares or ttw . N.illulial i. ji-lie. In .i.l.l )r l'r...i l..ril ' Hurt of th" Ciiici'o club ami Andrew Pre. nun t the New York cluk Arti cle of incorporation of the Na'ioiial Athlc'.io com :n:ir, which is to be the mi..... it l)i.i ti i u. A..... l.i ib .... ' 1 u ilr i.v.i np and the pro. n iters e:-js-t to h-vo control of tho profesiou.il athleti 's- Ixiforo tho opeuius? of tho sol sou tint srmg. Tremendoas saving in exjs'tisi.s ami the abolitiou of costly warfare now wari between the rival organizations aud between magnates and j layer is coutempUteiL Whethi-r Hart and Freeman and their associates i-ij.vt to oi k control at onco of cricket, athletic sport and other branchea out for your trade in September. Telephone 40... tnor of tho objee'lonante anfie. rong is now in Maachasntt but be will be arrested aud brought bare for trial. The newsjsaper ia atVMtioa is the official organ of the "Home" and ad vocates anarchy and froe love. Shot a Vma sad Haieldast. Norwich, N. Y., Sept. 23. Henry W. Wl of Norwich shot his former house keeper, Mrs. Elizabeth Ureeulef, and then coturu.tt.xl suicide. The tragedy occurred at Plymouth Mrs. Greeuk-ai had beeu keeping house for Wood about three years. Two weeks ago she left him aud went to lire with Louis Carne ros, her brother-in-law, at Plymouth. Wood has brooded much siuje her de parture. The woman is not expected to live Hars-Msful Hallvoa Toyags). Vienna, Sept 23 Herr Herbert Sd- b'nr of the Aero club, started Monday with M. Euiile Carlo iu the balloon Jupiter at 10 pm. They landed Tues day at noon at Cuxhaveu, covering a distance of o30 kUousttos (U uulos) In It hours. The EXPOSITION Restaur nt. ! - i I 1 T M tsA H - t kr -V Jpondcr. iprcp RclitteJ wiih nice Tables and up-to-tln? minute in all respects. S 1 1 ...you can't ij jj wl ii riLiLi -..I.. ..9 aU . .-.; . a. r t .. . .. . , 1 PHin in I'(l-IM1, I II "T W lit Ildt NIT. At I . , i . ' n'mfui 'itttnt mi? ia utai bum-k ( mvj. rliaiMttnh V i a , i, c i ' v-v. inn iiiiim tiojtn t m IUB Will. I .'. . . " . "" J. .? l to merge tho National aa.t Vl'j.l. 1 ! .11. ttsynrr I n.llng Conns!. Wnshmgtuti, Sept. 2-V In answer to! fjnest iou Admiral S hley stnte.1 lltif nco the denrh of Judg. Wilson At- iruey Cleii. r.il Kid ir K.irn. r would bo the lending counsel in his ca.su an I that ho will lie. assiste-l by Cap'n'n Jnme Parker of New J. rs, y an I by M A. Teague of IUltiinoro. as expert asuist ant. Mr. llnvner will continue to con duct tin cros rxiimiuatioii of witnesses as ho has bii-u doiugnnd tho other gou tletnen will continue iu the aamocapao. ity they occnpiiNt np to tho time of Judge Wilsou's duatli. MlMli.g tllrl roan.1. Now York. Sept. 23. Mis Helen n.xxlgnnd i at her home here and her mother and father mum sincerely glad to get her back again safe and sound. It is said that a watchful governess had to bo discharged beforo the young lady would consent to return. Mis Hlood- good disappeared on Thursday morning and waa found iu m hotel at Hashing Kid go. N. J. Account differ consider ably a to why she ran away and how the was d-aeovored. Two Ma KIIL4 at Iallas. DalUs- Sott. 23. Two murder were V hnlvsala (lriM-r tn font hi a. New York. f. jt. 23. - Wholesale pro ci rs from differeut sections of tho coun try, but nncipally from the Now Eng. hin I Htati s, have lieeti in conference in thi city for the last two days, hvjking to a formation of a combination of wholevile grocer. Acconllng to tho Journal of Commerce, tho movement is not looked up. n with favor by the lead ing firmi of New York City, but has received support from groT-ra in outside section. Ti.e scheme i to frm a stx-k company coiiip.m-d chiefly of wholua&le i:r.-. rs of tho c -untry to tho number of alout 2o0 and later to offer stock to cus tomer, thereby giving them direct in terest in the company. For love or money t.ometimc. but there Is never a .me you cannot cnd your clothe to Hryan Steam Ljund-.-y and get t est work at-lowest price. We end for your bundle when vou ring 141 f and deliver it at your door. We do ihc worrjin n well a the washing. We have doubled th capacity of our plant bv .1. - .t . : J purcnasinjj tne ouuii ot me l amcti Latindr. line us the next bundle. : : A. E. Wot fey. Proprietor. & Q 0 S 0 'Q'Q &iJ&Q Q 0 (Dt & Q 0 0 0 0 0 Nw Mot. Agala.1 AaarrhUls. Tacoma, Sept. 23. Charles O ivan, James W. Adam and James Lnrkin. m.-mlvr of the II una Anarchist colony, have bcn arresfwl under an indictment Ef i i .1 . .. i i , ... I f iuuiiu vj iuo imierai grain jury at Spo kane, charging them wi h depositing in mails an obscene newspaper. They wero brought to Tacoma and committed to Jail pendiug an examination. An indictment was also returned against C, Morong. who it is claimed, wns au- 0 0 0L """" i l 1 u PICKING UP MONEY In the road is a chance tint comes , t t lit r r- y . ties h:i a clianri. i. . - .- i... - ..,v iiivjiii-r i 1 y looking around a little and money saved is bitter than money found because nobody cNe can pcsildy have any claim upon it. We sell nothing but good groceries, and this month we feel sure we can nuke it to your inter est to trade with u : : Try Itattle Ax Flour. DEE HIKE, JR., TELEPHONE '3 4 i. V - - . . .