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otiitn Vol. 8. No. 251 Bryan, Texas, Satujay Morning, September 26, 1903. Price 5 Cent 03 NEW ARRIVALS. Fancy Crop Peaches, Prunes and Apples Faust Oyster Crackers, Dorier Bakery Cakes and Crackers, Whole Wheat F.-tr. Blankcs Fancy Candy, Nunnally's Can dies in packages are shipped by express only. Continuous Receipts Californir Grapes. Peaches and Oranges. Northern Apples. A full line of Ilinzs Bottled. Barrel and Can Goods. If your W rrocer hasn't got it, 'phone us, w . wi n in r 1 nnno nuytiLLL onuo. W GROCERS AND Cor FEE ROASTERS. 8 TI117 Are tD IV ( airictl Out in tin Minutrt IK tail. CAMP YOUNG PLACE About foartern Thomand SolJIrri lorlndlnr JMIitla From loll- oa, llllnoN anil Kentucky, to I'artic ipatr. Camp Young. Went Point, Ky.. Rpl SI. Wllh the commanding general on the Kroutid and ull preliminaries die po.rd of. regular troop fmm th de1 mr!mrnt of the likca began arrlvlrn title other nre leaving aUtlun In dlf ferent purta of the country lor th -ond srrle of limttui live ur maneit Vera. The rwneuvera will be the aerond of kind undertaken In t!m ef'pea. alnc tli civil war, the first havlni been h.ll ut Fmt Itlley, Kan., l-ai kyrar. About H,w0 troop. iniiuaig mllitU from Indiana, llliiiol. Ohio. llitilgn. Kentuiky nd Wiwonln III psrtl.li.Bte. ItrRuUr troop tuk log part rrppmnt all arm of the e-r-vice, eirept heavy artillery. The ml IitU will be represented aolely ty In fantry and lighter artillery. Major Oneral Hatea, lommandln' the department of the lake, la now on th ground with hla atjff. (ienetal little Imued general onld for guidance of umpire. orTWrni and troop during tli maneuver. Regular troop. ioiiki'Iiiir i'f dft.u hment troin nil port In d imi Iiim-kI of im lk 00000000000000000 0 C. C. Shelburne & Co.s 0 o 0 0 0 e cm 0 0 0 0 0 Surrnwr. to Nlmr tiro. T n l li vrtur n.lrnnlirP .... ..c ,-. j- - . . - when in nceil of anything J in the livery line. They D30 will run a first-class ta- hie strictly for the ac- jt comtnodation of white TT people, local and tran- J aient. liood h")me and jH. nohhy rigs. PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIC 111 0 0 000 00000000000000 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 r:D '0 0 n 0000 0 0 0 0 0 E:',!!i ArrlTil of Fthrtc wltbln Ui.eut few JT bu practically rompWt- fel t our .tock of SUTWOS, T ovgercoars, rwousge?. Q (was. TO. Th dui-ur u Try comnlrte, eshrai-lnc all th J declfn tndrolorlOM. Tbe will b popular darln tl. it Jt o T-T X! T T T M A N Mo, -vj a.Axw - -- -- - . 0000 0 0 0000 000000000 00000000 SWE GOT 1T! Tlie Best Equipped Plant In g 0 .0 We employ expert workmen, and we guar antee a quality of work not ciccllcd in any city in the state; Let us send our wagon for your ncit bundle. 'Phone 141. 0 0 A The Bryan Steam Laundry, 0 mua roniprwing approilniately a ahon brUad of Infantry und a regiment and tt.-o ta hed aquadrona of caval ry, wBl all b In tamp In a few hour A drtti htnent from the algnal. hoapltal and engineer corpa huv been at work for nonie time. Manvuwr proper will not begin until O t. by hi.h tlma all National guariUmen will have arrived. All con ditiont nf ai tual wnrfarw and etMtegl. rul pnlileni rrl.it lug to repulae of In v.ullng army will le worked out to the tut (liiuil. the mill n muveiiKiit rv tending over a t.erlixl of nearly two week. Th aiitomotilt aa an artlrle In wajfiie htm aliendy be-n given a trlul by lgnal rorp men In thrir work. Tlwlr tunilwrina: ' ItiM Devil" tm, k roiuiaj liowecr. Thursday nlicht to one Kentucky "kiuib" vurroundlng the amp and wna hved boik to a tenmlial to be .-i,t to l.outvll foe rrpiilr. Tott Worth. K-i' Tea onA TVulAa Co- t ompmiy orxrutoi. mni the rnln W,rker (hh not V"' isrd on a Hijle (liMinrn '.v the advance lced by the men r.; nun. than the huslnenii will J'l if MUSIC RECITAL FRIDAY EVEMNG SEPTEMBER . . CD AT THE N ConKrwatinei Vet. Vniklnatoii. S,'tl !.". The mute de piAn;nl ha nut -l received eniiflr nation of Hie ..piit, h from Kanlo Domli.go Pity. s.Miiig lh.it the pomlnl run Kovrrnmeni had Informed Minis ter I'nll lli.il II HliMu'nti'ly d'Milned to rronUe the validity of the agreement reg.iidlna: le iI.iIiiik of the Itnpiovv merit ttMiipaiiy. Dath of Colonel Colquitt. Little llo' k. Sept rvonei Juhn W. ob(Ullt. fortm-r nimnilnlonrr of tat UndK. died ut hla horn In thli tity. 1( waa alxty-lhre yeara of ag. II wal a veteran of th Confederate army, having beta a colonel of thi Arkanaaa Infantiy. Grand Opera House Tor the benefit of Ut Flrat Daptlat Cburob ADMISSION SJ CENTS Refreshments will te Mired by th ladle oo Amt Cgor of tb city kali COMB AND BRING YOUR BEST GIRL. Public f MertUy ! cordially tmllod. L (.) ,j i ..)iiii) THE MIGH WATER MARK of our dress goods usefulness for this season has been reached. We think the wanted things will be found here, and when found you'll find it Justly priced if if if In the high grades we are showing silk voiles, zibelines, camel's hair, bedford cords, hapsack ings. canvas, nunsveil ings, highland tweeds and many other impor ted weaves. Our line of waisting comprise all that's new French nunsveiling albetros, vesting's, ot tomens, crapes and all that's new in wash fabrics. Everything that's new in white, black and colors in drop orna ments, suitable for waists, skirts or full suits. Our silks comprise all that's new for the sea son. They will appeal to you in point of color ing, quality and price. In 52 inch French broadcloth we have w e, black and all colors from 75c to $1.50. Gun metal velvets in black and white, grey and colors, just the thing for an elegant suit. In 38 inch all wool zibelines we have all colors at 50c per yard. At 75c we are selling a regular 98c value in fancy mixed zibelines Ladies cloth in all olors only 50c yd. Bryan, Texas 4 r ' A. E. WOKLEY, Prop. er"