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r JUDGE SPLNCCR FORD DEAD. 141 r (.1 i T I' I ! I i cncEioi iFOomr 1 nUARANTF-FT) TO BK THE nKST THAT'S MILLED. Jusi Received a Shipment ol FRESH MACKEREL, RUS-SAHDINFS, CRYSTAL CODFISH, SHRED CODFISH. HOLLAND AND DOMESTIC HERRING FMS11 CAIIES AND CMCUfliS. liislDDiisiii 'Phone 114 R. 0. TABOR, Agent NEW YORK UfE INSURANCE GO. OF HI w BRYAN. TEXAS I ill H.AT. 15. 8CH F.DI'I.F. XOKTII IIOIMI TKAINM: No. 1 4:19 a.m. No. 3 2:0ti p III. No. ft I'i :i a. in. No. 7 (Waco) 10:41 a.m. itol'TII MO l' mi twain: No. 2 li :.V5 p in. No. 4 4:01 p 111. No. 6 !:;. 111. No. a (Waco) 7:.wp.m. I. O. N. HCHKDULK. , HOl'TII IKrM TMAIMH. No. I arrives at 4:15 p No. 7 arrive at. . NoKlll hot No. 2 arrives at. . No. o arrlvea at. . in. 2:3a. in M TKAINH. 12:0.1 1. in II :5a p. in. Local JVctvs M. Wool! left lat night for Ileau inunt. Mr. C. N. (loodwiu left yesterday f.rMart. Uua lledtkeof Kurteu wan in the city yeaterday. J. D. Jones of llcthel wm ill the city yesterday. Dr. (Mom of Kurt.-n was in tlie city yesterday. K. Duke and wife of Oakland, Cal. are in the city. Wanted An office Imiv. Addrcaa Hox EM, Hryan, Texas. 2'0 K. N. McNutt was her from llearne yesterday. W. M. Foster of Waco spent yes terday in the city. Alderman U. I'. Street was In re from Houaton yesterday. Claim Agent Cmwder of the II. A T. C. wti In the city yeaterday. Judge A. ('. Itrieta returned yeater day from AiItmi and Navnaota. E. ('. Ilrogdou returned to Hon tun yesterday after a visit to rela live. f MI Loula Coulter ha returned after a tlait to friend in Navaaota. I. H. Arrington and Joo Meekln were herefrom Millkan yeaterday Cook Wanted Liberal wage for a good cook. Apply to J. U. Ilarri ou, College Station. ;!3 Mi Mary Kaczcr left for Auatiu yesterday to attend the State I'lil- vi ralty. Ml May Andrew pruned from Waco yeaterday accompanied by Mr. It. P. Andrew and baby. (lu I-eftwich, r prMiitiuh' tlie (lalveatou office of It. U. Dun A Co., I spending several day in the city. Dave- II. Siiapira li ft yeaterday for llediaa In north Oriiurs where lie expect to npeu a private bank. J. Allen Uyer. who ha been sick the past week, I able to b' out again, but ha not entirely recovered. Wanted A good cook. Will pay fifie-H dollar a month to right party. J. Allen Myer. 2.;j Itoadmaster H. Wren and wife of the I. A (J. N. left yesterday. Mr. Wren i now making headquarter iu Itryan. O. L. Hrown, W. J. Carter. It W Kirkpatrick and other were here veaterday from Leou county trading and marketing cotton. If you are holding COTTON it should be injured. Till cla of business accepted anywhere In town or country. I'hone 2tK. lleo. A. Adam. diV Cl It. F. June and family, J. II. Nev. il. Hardla Nevi!, W. T. Cobb and Oliver Taylor w re be from (Jriine county yeaterday trading and tell iug cotton. Mi Nouie Adam left yesterday for lull to attend a bouan party given by Mia Itonner. MUae Alice Myer and I.lila Oraham Mclui.U w ill join the party later. The ladle of the MethudUt church will give a tea at the residence of Mr. J. W. Coulter Friday afternoon from 1 to 7 o'clock. All are Invited. Admission 10 cents. 20 Hanans High Grade Shoes In the newest fall styles and combinations have just been received by us. We are showing some very handsome styles in this celebrated shoe both in lace and button, made of patent vici, patent colt and vici kid, all sizes and makes. $5 and 6 Hanan known shoes have been and recognized for over a quarter of a century as the height of shoe perfection.' VarKs CSL Waldrop few's Outfitter. Jaine Ford and Mr. F. L. Wil kin of Auattn, brotbtr and iiIicm respectively of Judge Spencer Ford, arrived yeaterday to attend Mm. Mra. Wilkin wa accompanied by her mil. 4. 4 r en What L. J. Cox & Son will do! We'd im lato roar suiter And dnllrvr al ronr door, A Cn r graJ of batter TbiB joa tver at before. Tell aJao bring okuok of chiM T unifor mor; i Prop. alopleaaa, Am Lm The music recital by the ladle of the Haptiat church that waato have been tonight at the opera lioua I. a been postponed two week, and will be FrlJy night. Oct. 9. Notice After Oct. 1, I will poai tlrely not let out buudle without the caah. I have to pay the caeli to get thl work done, and ao muat you. Take warning and do not ak for credit for jou will be refuaed. Hry an Steam Iauudry. 25. Among the Madlaou county visi tor iiere yeaterday were It. M. Tay lor, Win. Taylor. C. F. Cobb. J. II. McUndon. Foater K-ddln, W. C. Outlaw. Aaa Deiiman, Aaa Caaey, W. K. Klrd. A. A. Drake. J. 1. (lar n r, I'luk Allen, Jim OimkIiii.iii. Ity an unaccountable error the Kak1 wa made to uy yvatcrday morning that Will Itenutt, colored, wa found guilty of murder in the aecotid degree and hi punUl.meiit aaaeaaed at death. He wa found guilty a ntated, but the punlahmeiit aaaeaaed wa only five year in the penitentiary. Hob Hnrriaon and Oeorg Adam w re niaile niemoer or the KIk IdiigM Wednealay night. The Itryan I'xle now liaa ill member and four teen triplication on hand. The lodge will meet Weekly hereafter t diepnae more rapidly of the Initial! n work. Preaidi lit tieorge J. (loul I of tin. Oould ayateui of ruilroada i in Texaa i toii'ing tiio I . x tt. line accom- panleil by (ieiieral Manager I.eroy Ti ice and other official. Tim party I expected In re today on a apeciai traiu. Mr. Trice met Mr. Oould in Fort Worth yeaterday. (leorgii Nedbelek and P. V.Syptak have purcliaaed the grocery blilinea of I.. J. Cox and Sou and w ill con tinue it at the Minn atanJ. The tore wa cloaed yeaterday to take atock, and will be opened agnin t- lay. Nedbalek A Syptak, the now firm, Invite the patronage of their friend and the public. Vulcan I.odge A. O. V. W. held a regular meeting laat night at which Joe II. Heed explained the new rate which go Into elfcct Jan. I. The new plan la aimilar to that of the Mancheater I'nity of England, the olileat and lnnet aucceaaful benefici ary fraterneral order la the world. Mr- A. W. Ituchanan waa unable to addrcM the order owing to ft aevere caae of ore throat. A ruble mta, A Lcadior Cilliea tad Great Lawyer aad Jurist Gooe to HI Reward. The people of Itryan were deeply grieved to leant of the death of Judge Spencer Ford at 111 home lu thl city yeat. rday evening at fl 2 o'clock alter a painful llliu a of one week. The end wa expected for aeveral day and eager luoulrie were bear I on every bund cacti day regarding b condition, ao great and universal wn the reanect and i ateem In w lilcli he w aa held. Judge Ford wa recognized by all a one of the abliat lawyer and Ju rist lu the atate. H wa In every enae an exemplary citizen, a innu who In public and private life hi.-k-ured up to the ideal of a cbriatiau gentleman. He waa a man of well balanced character, great learning and wonderful mental power which be retained to the hint, lie practic ed law with uninterrupted aucce to the very laat and dad a caae eet iu the district court now iu at aaion for the day of hi death. Judge Ford wa born In Dover. Tenneaaee Nov. HO, 1830, and bad al- moat completed hi 7'lrd year. He came to Texa lu January, 18.4, and aettled at L. ckhart. On Feb. 2 of the aaine year be wa married to Mia Mary Winnlfred Shaw at liur dette'a Prairie, near Auatin, now the Kite of St. Kdward'a College. Judge Ford early became engaged with the important atTaira of the atate and wa a member of the Tex a aeieaalou convention, and at the breaking out of the war enllated in Waul' legion. Iu 101 he wa elect ed ktate senator and realded in Aua tin to H, w lieu he moved to Itryan and ba aince made hi home here. Iu 1871 be waa appointed diatrict Judge of the old diatrict comprising j Ilracoa, Iturlchou, Uobertaou and Milam countiea, and wa elected to the aaine office ill 17'!, aervlng until ri HI. Since that time be bat been eng.iged wild l.ia law practice anJ ha beeu In m-arly every impot ent caao lu llrzoa county and many in Milam county. In ante-bellum day he wa aaao- ciatcd lu the practice of law with audi men a A. J. Hamilton, John Hancock, Wah Jones, John Ireland. N. 11. Shelby, Thor.ia K. Sliced, L. J. Story and A. W. Terrell, nearly II of whom have answered the final aummona, some in the year long gone, and aome lu the recent paat. Judge Ford, while pre eminent a a )aycr, wa in no arnae a one idea man. He wa iutereated along broad Hue in church and educational work. He waa a member of the Cbriatlan church for fifty-five year and gave moat liberally of hi time and mean In an port nfthegoapel. He waa one of the commlaaion era to eatabliah the A. and M.Col Uge. Hewa alao not lacking In bun I nea enterprise and wa one of the promoter and stock holder of the Kryan Telephone company. Judge Ford leave a wife and four children, Mr. J. C. Kendrick of Downey, Cl.. now en louto Hryan ; Mr. W. A. Itowan of Alvlu, and Meaara. It. J. and J. S.Ford of tin city, the three laat named being at hi bedside with their mother when the end came. The funeral will be held Saturuav afternoon, the hour not having been announced yet. For Sale. My two story residence furnished or unfurnished. Alao Arcade hotel property adjoining, and cottage near M. Parker's with Mr. J. W. Pico. HAVE YOU GIVEN Jno. M. LAWRENCE & CO. AN ORDER FOR THIS MON TH 1 if Not NOW IS T(I W.1 Premier Canned Good have no equal Sudder's Maple Syrup-the best Mrs. Kidd's Pin-Money Pickles are gaining favor every day. Our line of Pickles, Cereals and Fancy Goods of all kinds is complete in every way. . & COMPANY Telephone 78 X7 SUCCESS it one of the pre at pleasure of life! It follow then that we and our customer! are especially well pleased We put forth our heat efforts to huy the mot tasteful lines of Furniture that can be gotten for the price. Daily we a i e recciing new good and shall be pleased to how them to jou. IT 1 m r j i .1 1 r 1 1 !SM. il rf-. I. r -i.e I . . '- 1 - we;'"? an A torn. wa-"j.LZa I 3 obc MVcmiel ra Kiaataa aaoSoaa eM we jWv- S-aor, fna any MM la mrtmOc, a la tmm wa v amy mmttac SUM1 peo ioa aH-a wn"- soa teat aoaxn-My cannot aM or. CaM, nw a pnon x aloe eaUMS. LEW BROTMLRS Afnu for Crj.a and CoI. 205 Buioesa Houae (or Rent formerly occupied by I-niuaASon, next door to Seiglr Jt Co., on 7.ai ette block. Apply to Falik I.alia, Hryan, Texas ',3 Mca lame J. C. Willi. huh and D. A. Hortmnn will gie tea at Mr. Hortuiau' realileuce Krl l.y after noon from 4 to 7. F.vcrjbody in vited. IS) l I to JOU. lit lJ mmM T LEVY Bros. We have a few Ice ChcM, Refrigera tor, Water Cool era anJ Ice Cream Freexer on band which we are of fering at actual cost rfatri Mweii TAYLOR'S Hac i wheie you get polite and optodat treatment; ala, distributor of the celebrated GEISHA RYE WHISKY Luthr Tavlor, Proo. 5 PRTAN. TEXAS. A Tale at TalWra (. Traveler have uoled tbut In the Bis marck arcbl(M-lgo cat without tail are very numerous. The explanation as gtveu to the World Today 1 curious. Tbe native of tte lalunda bat a u peratltloU tiellef that rviuimnt of food falling Into tbe hand of an enemy en able liliu to cast a apell over tba eater of the uieal at wblcb the remnant were left. Now, the native value tbelr rat less a pet than a a convenient aotirc of fresh meat. It follows that thefts of rats are frequent, or rather were frequent until soma (aulas evolved the happy scheme of cutting off tbelr tails and storing them away In a safe place, "For," a Id be, "If a Uilrf hem Id steal my cat and eat it, an In cantation muttered over It residue will make the miscreant so a Irk that be will be sorry be ever tested stolen est fieab." It wa an Idea worthy of tb great chancellor himself, and tbe bum ble, brown nianiarcktan. In pursuing tb blood and Iron policy which it en tailed, waa. Ilk blm, serenely Indiffer ant to bloodshed. pln and caterwaul lnga so long a be secured his ends or hi rata end. . BEGINING TO NEED FEED A the season advancr jou will need more CcctUtuffn. 1 he place to buy them cheap and accure promt attention to jour order, is HENRY BKOCJDO.VS. c,rTy LARGEST STOCK i i I tit H.i.l tun mak. Ilie Itmfl price.. V htn.lle corn, oat,, atl kind of hay ami cotton .trcil product. cvctthin(. in ttic (Ve.1 line. Turnip vt-c.l ii tmlk. HENRY & BROGDON Telephone sj t .