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TWO ANO TWO.
City national Bank
Designated Depositary of the United States
With Capital, Surplus, and Profits of One
Hundred Thousand Dollars and total re
sources of over Half a Million Dollars, trans
acts a general banking business, and of
fers its services to the public with assur
ances of absolute safety, as guaranteed by
the character, experience and financial re
sponsibility of the officers and directors
charged with the management of the bank.
G. S. PARKER, President E. H. ASTIN, Vice President
A. W. WILKERSON, Cashier ED. S. DLRDEN, Ass t Cash.
E. W. CRENSHAW, Assistant Cashier
J. W. ENGLISH
J. N. COLE
E. H. ASTIN G. S. PARKER
A. W. WILKERSON
Ought to be written on
the right style of writing
Do 70a use the same
size and shape for four so
cial and business corres
pondence? We can show yon plenty
of good styles for both all
Inks, pens and other
desk fittings good enough to
go with them.
Hry-.ii (Mtlrcn : Kun orer toHinlth
Drug Co. ami jr.t a Jar of Kcrfulin.
the salve univt-riftl, unequaled a
household remedy, and nhould b In
very home Mire cure fr sores,
boilfg, curanrou ruj't loim, cut,
bum-, nail ml splinter punrturep.
chronic nd otatlnato kln dUeafs.
crofuU, eczema, tetter, blood pol-
on, etc. d:C7
COMPRESS FIRE AFTERMATH.
CoIIob Lost Approximates 1700 Bales
Total Loss About $125,000.00.
Tht F.gle'i ertimnc of yestetdsy morn
ing regarding tht compress firt losses u
ery near the right figure. YcsterJar
estimates at tht compress showed thirteen
or fourteen hundred halet burned. The I
it G. N. haJ three empty cart and three
loaded cart burned and one tmpt
flat partially burned, their cot to
lost being tome 200 bale; tht H. I
T. C. lost ont empty and ont loaded car
and fifty bale of cotton; the Brick ware
house lost forty-nint hale wholly and par
All tht cotton in Iht hands of tht buyer.
waj fully covered by marine insurance
Tht compress Iota wai fully $35000.00
with $2:000.00 insuran.-e. Tht total Km
will therefore eai!y reach $125,000.00.
Men were at work all day yesterday
about the smouldering ruini and addi
tional cotton was saved which would other
wist havt been burned.
The prets company is fully determined
to rebuild at the earliest possible time. If
tht pmt is not too much injured to lie used
Manager Whipprecht says he has lumber
enough on the grounds for sufficient plat
form room to lgin wiih, and the press
can be running again in a few week
Otherwise it can hardly bt replaced be
fore next season.
following are the stockholders of the
Bryan Press company, the officers being
indicated: Dr. J. W. Howell, president
K. S. Webb, treasurer; II. C. Robinson
secretary; W. Wipprevht, manager; Jas.
II. Webb, Mrs. C. F. Moore, J. W.
F.nclish. Prof. I. C. Nagle, J. Webb
Howell, W. K. Saunders.
Hcst Selected Stocf
of bleached and unbleached
Chamois Skins, Sponges, Hair,
Nail, Cloth and Tooth Brushes.
Come and See.
Emmet S31 Maloncy
DISTRICT COURT ADJOURNS.
J. 0. Minkert Presided as Special Judr e
Meeting of the Bar Resolu
tions on Judfe Brieti.
NatUiMts Win Fourth ConUst by 8cor
r on to Nothing.
Chicago. Oct. 13 -Tho world', than.
ploashlp baseball aeries) U aealn avea
tbt local national leagua team frlday
defeating tba Americana l to 0. Each
Id hu now won two ilbim. Curi
ously nougn, both National Victoria
bar bean on th American grounds,
whit th Whit Stockings bar ara.
d surctss on their rlral's field.
Altrock, for th Americans, and
Drown, for th National, th pltchars
who opposed each othr In the open
ing gams, which was won by Allro
team, agtln contested for suareaav
cy. Drown wu at his bsst II show,
d serve, speed, control and good Judg-
meat, ms aave only two passes and
allowed only two hits. 11 held th
Americans hlUets until the slith la
atng whan, with two out Hahn hit
cleanly to center. Jones. bowvr,
promptly ended th Inning by flying
out 10 Hfnuiie.
Th Nationals looked danieroua as
early as the second tanlnc. when Stein-
feldt bit to center and reached third
on Tinker's sacrifice and Ever out
ruing, always a formidable batsman.
was up. ana Altrock dellberatclr at
tempted to pass him with the hoDO
mat tirown. the ncit batter, would
go out easily. Kllng. however, reach
ed for one of the wide ones and lifted
tntrhty fly Into rluht field. Hahn.
nowever, raced back and saved th
day, at leant temporarily, by making
a magnificent patch.
Th Americans made their nnlv bid
for the game when Rnhe reached first
on Stelnfeldt's bad throw and reach
d third on a sacrifice and an out-
Brown, however, snowed his nerve by
striking out Davis, who was aeuln
back In the gam at short.
Tb Nationals earned the run. which
won the game In the seventh. Chance
ssnt a fly to short right field, and
acned third on sacrifices by Stein
fast and Tinker. Evers placed a nret-
ty smgi over uira base and Chanc
In the ninth McFarland batted for
Altrock and went out. Stelnfeldt to
Chance. Hahn flew out to Tinker.
Then Jones raised th flu Iter I a boo
of hla suopoftera by waiting frr four
naa ocss, and going to second when
a ball got paat Kllng and hit tb um
pire. Under th rule. Jones was en
titled to a base. A good hit would
have tied th gam at thfa point and
wrth Che massive Isbell at the bat
ine nopes or the Americana were hfth.
The big second baaeman awwne
viciously at a waist hljh ball and
cimuecwu squareiy. it went like a
cannon ahot right at Brown's face
Brown bad scarcely time to set hla
hands on the ball and the force of
the blow laid htm flat on his back.
For a moment It looked as thouxa
he bail been daxed by th full, but b
recovered and threw out the runner,
ending the game.
Drown had pitched a ruantedty
game, and the usual crowd of enthu-
laxtfta warmed and fought for a
chance to pat him on the back. He
bad fairly to fight to get out of tbe
The weather was by far the mot
pleasant of the aerlea, and the attend
ance cornapondlnaly Increased, the
Yesterday being the last day of
the fall terra of the Braos cotintv !al cou,l? ho'n A"-3" i"lJ J
,. . ...... 1 mission. ibis wna tne lust gsroq
court, ana JUURe J. that the players share the gate money.
Scott twing absent on account of T,,,al 'r',ll'u. fLT Jh." ,Hur Kam'
. , , , , were ICI.855. of whl h 33 407.T) goes
illness, the mcmlers of the bar to the players, of this sum 75 per
met shortly before noon fur the r,nt m 10 tn Uam winning the
.... -i-il """ "uu iu n-aiainiiLT to ino 10a
purjxjsc oi ciccung a special juuge
to conclude the business of the
term. M. Nale was called upon
to preside for the election, and J
(1. Minkert was elected special
judge by ballot.
Following this business a meet
ing of the bar was held and Sam
R. Henderson offered suitable res-
will Civ Guarantee of Twenty-Five
Fresno, Cal.. Oct. 13 "Carry"
Hermann, President of the National
Paseball Commission, Cincinnati, O.,
"Fresno will give $:3,000 guaranteed
u.0"0 spectators and sunshine for
olutions relating to the life and deciding game of the world's series.
services of Judge A. C. Hrictr, Thl, . . "S"" ,
, , . This la a copy of a telegram sent
whose death some time ago was on behalf of the business men In the
universally mourned by the peo
ple of Brazos county and by many
others throughout the State. The
resolutions were unanimously
adopted, and eulogies of Judge
Briet. were pronounced by Sam
It. Henderson, M. Nagle, J. I:
Butler and Roliert Armstrong,
The resolutions will be published
At the final session of the court
orders were taken in a
home rlty of Frank Chance, manager
of tho Chic ago National league team.
Between Fifty and Slaty Negro Con-
victa Are at Large.
South MrAloitter. Or t. 13. IiK al of-
fleers were notified of the escape of
fifteen nexrnea. Inmates of the Arsan
sms state penitentiary, rrnm a camp
In the Poston mo-jntnlna, nnd are
thought to lie headed for the soptb
rem s-peciai neimiks win o? sworn
few civil ln' un'' a,l,horltlei of all t itles In th
I I j , . " "I"' n'niu I'iin oi luoian jern-
u.su.v.i.3 Kiauivu in uic tory W;i .oop.rate In mnurlng th
lollowing cases: Docie Taylor vs.
Henry Taylor; Penny Woods vs.
tt I Alt
tien wtKKis; .uen .Mitcnell vs.
Kx parte Maggie McDougald,
Usabilities as a minor removed.
MR. F. WASSLRBTRGER DEAD.
Mr. V. Wasserburger died I'ri
day morning, after an illness of
eleven months, at the home of Mr.
B. Smith on the Xavasota river.
Mr. Wasserburger was 57 years
old, a native of Germany and had
ived in that locality for about
thirty years. He had no family.
lis remains were laid to rest at
Reliance cemetery Friday after
Mr. Wasserburger was a man of
ntelligencc, but reserved in his
disposition, and lived rather the
lfe of a recluse. He was a farmer
r.d an industrious man and a good
ne negroes.' wn were working In
a gang, on a preronrertrd signal, over
powered their guards and s t out In
their ronvli-t garb. Several members
of the band are thought to bo armed.
Nearly all of tho men have rouca
weapon of some iort.
A South McAlester officer declared
that there are between fifty and sixty
negroes from the Arkansus prison at
largo la the Territory.
Two More Suits Filed.
Enid. Okla.. Oct. 13. Attorney Oen
eral Cromwell filed two more wlt
gainst the Santa Fe ami Itixk Island
railroads operating In Oklahoma, fol
lowing Instructions from Governor
Frantf. Alleged t-icesalve freight
rales are the ground.
Sewanee. Tenn . Oct. 13 Universi
ty of tbe South. I Sewanee 1. J7; South
western I'reabyretlan University, 0.
Block Burn at Kemp.
Ksmp, Tel., Oct. IS Fire brk
out ln a restaurant here and It and
ii rest of the block burned.
Die From lnuriea.
Toronto. Oct. IS W. Glvnn Ellis,
Injured In a football gam, died.
When You Yant Anything in the Grocery Line
Wo Aro Prooarod .
To serve you with the choicest assortment of Fresh
Groceries to be had. New goods arriving daily.
Large assortment of Pickles just received.
Mangoes. Sweet and Sour Pickles in Bbls.
It may pay you to give us a month's triaL We add
new customers to our list every month. We guar
antee quality as well as price. Prompt attention
given to all orders.
IHiggs Ik McCuiloch
H. H Henry J. V. Brogdon R. L Brogdon
HENRY & BROGDON BROS
Wholesale and Retail GRAIN DEALERS
Livery Business Exclusively (or White Patronage
Fresh Stock of
ALWAYS ON HAND
Feed Store 'phone
The most fashionable
in the city.
BOARDERS A Specialty
Stable 'phone 42
JMO. A. MOORE
Place your order for the best
nnpAn n noTrcnh tnn
ever brougMt to Bryan with the)
BRYAN ICE STORAGE
& COAL COMPANY
Ciood friarJ, nice rooms. Special
ratt-s by tlio Wi t k. Near (v.uth
of) M. & T. C. pjssrnjjer Jipot.
DR. R. H. HARRISON
OIBo tt Emmitl k Msloor't Dri( 8 tor
Calls answered romi'tlj nlf?ht or da
Offlc b3. r to 11 s. a. ts4 1 1 i p' m.
Oflirn 'phon 68 : Hs. 'pho" IJ
T. R. Batte
Attorney at Law.
Heal Estate for Sale
I lv sfTrral nice faitillr rs-
Idfoces for sale, ranirlnir In price
from 000. 00 up on the tiioat liberal
trrms; all situated naar ths graded
school on ast side.
ttm Sack Im tllf
Meets an Traps
At the Public's Service
Day or Night
Headquarters in Front Burt
Phone me your orders at
W. C. BOHANON