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Vol. I No. 0
BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER 12, 1895.
Price, 5 cts-
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HAL L1
Still leads in good things to cat.
Look over this list, ring up PHONE 23 and
If I haven't got what you want, I will vt it.
Uuy GLORY or WHITE CROSS Flour.
We help others best when we
aid them to help themselves.
-
Crying about itune bruinea and
sore tott is the kind of foot bawl
we were raised on.
The AUhison, Topeka and San
ta Fe railroad was sold at auction
for f G0,000,(KX) Tuesday.
Aitnoiida Cocoanut
Applet t'.HltUU
ApilcoU Condensed
Asparairua u,ik
Bilking Powder Coreineal
Bird Heed
Bluing
Blacking
Broom
Bru-h
Buckets '
Jin. k A beat
Butter
;a!lg
Candv
Candles
ataup
Celery
( lipne
'Chimneys
Chnrolate
Citron
Clothes Line
Clothes Pins
Cocoa
Corn Hlarch
I 'or or J Beef
Crackeri
Cranlierrica
Cream Tartar
Currant!
Ilab-a
DrUtd Bee
Dried Frnita
W
EiincU.
Irinon
Vaollla
totrawberry
A Mortal
hi tract
riiri
Ki-h
Flour
(lelatine
Gripes
Hominy
Jelliet
Kraut
Uid
Inio III
I -oldsters
l.re
Macaroni
Mackerel
Matchea
Maple fyrop
Mince Meat
Moilaeoa
Milliard
Natl
Oatmeal
Oil
Olive Oil
Olivis
Oniom
Oysters
l'e!
Pirklee
Pork
Potatoes
(iraham Flour j-nia.
Grtndpa'i Wondtr Soap ltaieiai
Hire
lulled OaU
Hap
tialmoa
Bait
Sardine
Huda
Spkti
Alliplce
Cinaanioa
Clovse
Ginger
Mare
Nutmegc
lepp
Kago Hugar
Hwtal Corn
Hyrup
Tapioca
Tea
Tootbpicka
Turnips
Tr PS
Vermicelli
. Waeitboanl
Oritd Frviti
Applea
Currant!
Peaches
Prune!
CatW fcWJ
Asparagae
Cherries
Corned Beef
Corn
(irapea
1.0 be ten
Mackerel
Oyetere
Peaches
Pineapple
Plume
ltaapberilee
fcalmou
hard nee
rtrewlnie
I jma lleen
Tomatoel
Because fen sooth man's words
have the ring of Americaniim'
ihould he he called a jingo?
Wherever in the spirit land he
is, we auftpecl Trciident Monroe
ia very uneaiy about hii doctrine.
A cabin occupied by Aunt Har
riett, a tegress over 100 yeari old,
was hurut-d in C-:nham a few
nights ainco. Next morning' the
remains of the poor old creature
were found in an ash heap.
Congressman Cooper baa intro
duced hills in congress for the es
tablishment a navy yarJ and
dry dock at or near Sabine Pass,
and for the appropriation of one
million dollars to continue harbor
improvements at that port.
fit. Louis has downed Chicago
once and secured the republican
national convention. It will be
held in the former city June 10,
18!Mi.
The republicans of Kentucky
made a red letter affair of the
Bradley inauguration. They have
an idea that their man stands a
good chance for second place on
the ticket which will be made in
fct. Louis, and in this they are
not far wrong. Itecd and Bradley
Maine and Kentucky is a prob
able combination.
"It i not what we read, bat what we remMuber
that makes u wise.'
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A' HAPPY SOLUTION
Chsistmas Present Problem.
roi' love the sad, sweet memoriea of the Southland?
Do you pritc her present greatness, and jlory in lier future
grandeur?
Then ywUl iit with delight .Tb SKnaoP Souve
nir Album aind Hiory of th U. C. V. Reunion,
1895. As a nieraori.il of a great ocoamou, as a unique work
of arl, and a delightful Christina prraent, it will hs appre
ciated by patriots and all lovers of the truly beautiful
Photo EngraVUPes.
The excellent photoengravurcs of Miss Winnie Davis and
her oifter, Mrs. Mapgie Davii Hayes, of the U. C. V. Sute
Sp.;ne..rs, ofCenerals I-ec. Jackon and Johnaon, PostmaU-r
General Keagan and Dan Kmmett, the author of Dixie, are
ah me worth tho j-rico of the book, not to mention the fine
lik.-ne.M-s of General Gordon and the Division and State
Commanders of tho U. C. .
BcQUtifal Women.
The South is the home of beantifal women, and rarely
has there leen such a gathering of her fair daughters as that
which traced the Houston Reunion. They came from every
c...- f !,. H..ar nM South a perfect ealaiv of beauty. This
volume contains Engpvlna of ovsjf F'vt Hundred
reoicltnttivt Women of th South, Sponsors and
Maid of Honor of U. C. V. Camp!.
follow the roWd.
THE CROWDS
The Rich people, the Poor people; all
GO TO NORRELL'S
this week. They go because that
is the "onliest" place in town to go
For Presents, Toys, etc.,
Where you can be sure of suiting
any taste, the most fastidious,
any purse, the poorest.
He has Everything,
from Fine Cut Glass. China, Rich Al
bums, and splendid Gifts of exten
sive variety and range, to the sim
plest and cheapest toys.
You are invited to
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe is will
informed on the subject of the
Turkish niaseacresof christians in
rrodern times, and writes to a
Boston paper, giving the figures
collected by her husband and her
self. During her own lifo time
nearly 100,000 Christiana have
been murdered by the Turks. In
122 a Turkish army killed 2'J,
OdO Greek christians on the Island
of Chios, and sold into slavery
47,000. This is the largest single
item, but, as a matter of fact, the
slaughter has been continuous.
Thank God for America's relig
ious liberty. Tue Ulobe-Ucmo-
crat says : "The Prussian mis-
sionary. Ahlwardt, who has come
to this country to preach the gos
pel of hatred and extermination of
the Jews, will be treated as a
crank, and directed to the nearest
museum or lunatic asylum. His
beetle-browed foolishness would
be amusing if it were not a nuis
ance to have such cattle making a
noise in public places."
Texas Day was observed with
great ceremony yesterday at the
Atlanta ExpoMtiou. Gov. Culber-
.a . 1. a
son could not aitenu, on account
of the continued illness of his
mother at Jefferson. The state
was represented by the lieutenant
governor, attorney general and
other state officials and private
citizens. Speeches were made by
Lieut.-Gov. Jeskrand Hon. J. G.
Dudley.
It appears the republicans in
conCTess have manned out a vig
orous war on tho foreign policy of
the administration. A resolution
to impeach Minister Bayard for
spouting in. Scotland about the
corruption of protection, was in
troduced by a fresh young mem
ber from Boston. It feel short of
its mark and was referred to the
committee on toreign affairs.
TheKirl (irJi ner coinfanj ai rived
at dx.u itb a company of leD people
and a car load of laswe. JerytUni?
ia in realioe-s for a iplendid produc
tion of the ' Trio Winner" tonight,
and the advance sale amouo'.s to about
20 irat.
One hundred and aisty head of fine
beef cattlo are being fat tened tor tbip-
ment at lbs oil mill. Several car lo.vis
will be shipped to Chicago Katnrdav,
we 1-arn.
C'omnii-aionen' court a in senaitn
today, and pnaaed upon theretornio
the recent Mi'-y local option election.
lioUay trade i getting bri'k. Tie
reporter heard a traveling man remark
yerterJay that Bryaa wai doing a bet
ter btuincM than any town he bad via
ltl lately. He was kicking lcauo
the merchants didn't bate time to lis
ten to biin.
Spain continues to send new
generals and fresh troops U fight
tho Cuban patriots
ALL OVEH THE STATE.
taMmtlag Clln Vwloat laHJMts
TikM tnm th Dl!f rraaa.
CllHISTMAS
Gifts3
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FOLLOW TIM
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CROWD
to Norrell's.
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(Successors to Leo & Wilson)
W e have tho largest stook of the
. w , , W Sy
And all kind3 of Holiday Goods, in Bryan.
Also tho Finest A 'ortmcnt of
Candies, Cakes, Fruits, Nuts, Tobaccos
and Cigars.
LEE & NEWLAND.
Hscltsja Est: ttrsCh XT." j i-Jv.
Harrr Haywood, the murderer
of Catherine Ging. has expatiated
his crime on the gallows at Min
neapolis! He was one of the most
fiendish characters ever arraigned
before a court of justice. His
crime at the outset was a combi
nation of treachery, robbery and
a i .1 I .... a
murder, tits con.iuci ir.rouguouv
,h. i.l .a such as to t-rove him M.5.CW UW
entirely devoid of moral, or even j
human principle, and lie heapea I
curses upon his own brother,
when the Utter lam visited his
cell. As a crowning infamy he
ordered a swell dinner a few
hours before he was hung and
with profane levity called it "the
last supper." There is no longer
any doubt that moral deformity is
as common, and often far more
frightful in its results and more to
be dreaded than phyioal deform
ity. While both may be traced to
natural causes, it is iomo relief to
knnur that both are freakish and
unnatural.
It conies from Wellington that
et-epeaker Crisp is not a good
'eader on the floor of the houc.
II ) gets rattled under a hot cross
fire of debate.
The United States Agricultural
department gi':es out that the cot
ion crop this year will reach
Th average juror, with a reas
onable doubt once lodged in hia
mind by adroit attorneys, has no
.room left for law and evidence.
The A. r. A seems to he agilat
ing north Texas to some extent
From what we have read regard
ing this alleged American Protec
tive association, we regard it as
an abortive libel on its name, de-
sigiied for purposes of perecu
lion instead of protection. It is a
pi'aoe-deKtroyer and a source of di
visions and strife wherever it has
been agitated.
And now the gold bugs want to
crucify their own Mills for pro
posing to coin even the small
a n nint of silver in tho treasury.
Holiday rxcurslon.
Via the I. & ti. N. to the Soiiih-ea.t
December S'tb, SlstandS'.'nu. Through
cwehe to Chattanooga and Atlanta.
o.il It T l-.t... 1 ft P 1
rl-stiae( Te. "irtktn and dramatic climates.
Thry Mls It Now.
The two-weeks' publication of Ihe
'.i.;uiin wiui to have ebarpwned
the apretite uf the people for a daily j
paper in Calvert, and aioce its deacon-1
linuanre many tnquine iia
m.,U In rnjard to it. It U an ackoowl
t.lffd te-t that the publicaUoo of a
dai y paper, however small, ia one ui
the beat advc rUMnu mejtums or a uiwn
that an be bad. The eipenae would
be light if there was unanim ws sup
port. Bryan, Xavasota and Mexia are
now supi-oiting daily pipers -Calvert
Cltixrii-IVimiciat.
Hotel Arrivals.
F.n iunoe J. 8. MixiaiMo, Paor.
ll.W'al-h, New Orleans; J. W. Le
land, T. T. Mo by, Baltimore; 8. II.
Frvnket. II. T. Faaende, Ualveaton ; 8.
B. Goode, Ciucinnaii; K. K. tin est
Dallas) J. M.Cotton. Houston; GaiJ
ti.er Cempany, Ke Yoik.
Charles Oarrtner.
Ti e coming of the saeel singer,
Chatlei A. Gardner, Is worthy of more
than paa-ing notice. His ability aa a
inircr and comedian, allied aiiti tlie
fact of bis always bringing a first claM
supporting company to tnte-prei a
whilemie play or Uramatn- or'.ti
mikes the announcement or bi commf
welcome. Mr. Gardner's comedy is
g-.Hvl without being exaggerate! In
order to forre a lauh. He possess-
more sentiment (ban any l the men
now asssavinc I liis line of p.irta. lie I
nd"wevl with a clear ten.ir voice whii b
ill l beard to ereat adrantsi in bis
chamiing nndition of the B itierfl)
Sm, Tnrner's TriB r.ph, the German
Flower Girl. Geauddtieit, Wedding
Ikd's and that popular favoili. Apple
I'.Kn.iims. In the Tiue Winner the
author has written a refilled ai d neat
tory of Tyrolean home-life. The eter
nal varieties ol hut'so natures are
dr.twn wiih no uncertain hand lu ''The
True Winner." The nfiralin o! the
story shows toe deft hand of the cape
rioiiceil dramatist abounding lu quaint
and humorou situations as rll as
The other morula a gaut'.esnaa
froi the country went ta Bela, hav
tsg some turkeys In hi wapon.
BUartly af'.er ha drovo upon ibe court
bOJH square one of the turkays get
loo.s. hopped cut of the vagoa and
alarud acron the anuare toward the
opera bout, lb ma 4 atid his iog
Started after It fuU t..u ino rw
was a pretty one. Hy the time the
turkey got to tho o;ira bout it wa
doing lu bait, half running anJ half
Blng. The front of the lower itory
of the opera touts li C'.'.el with Caa
Urge plate glass window, aot whoa
the turkey arrived at these It did not
aotlce the outructluo nor atop for It,
but went through it if it were aot
there. It broke a large bola In the
wlsdow, but did not ImpoJo the
progreis of the turkey, ll lost a few
Jealuers, but whan captured did not
Sesoi to be otherwise u.urod.
At Lullng recently J. A. Prior, man
ager a! a dairy farm, and John Cul
barsoa had a shootlav be oa the
.. L.' ..... 1 . U . mam S rA hw I
both aides. The nejro fail nuortaUy
wounded In the aide, the ball ludging
la the srjtne. Mr. Prior r.colv.d a
severe wound In tne left wrist, the j
ball puslig clear through and mak- j
la a ailfht Cash wound In hti side.
Two bystanders were also hit wlih
Stray bullets, one a ueiiean. naviogj
bis collarbone broaeo, and the other!
a nrirra. balrnr ahot iu t.ie arm. Q
one wai dangerously hurt except the!
segro, John t.MIoeraon, wuoae recov..
try la regarded as Impossible. !
The report of the retirln mayor of.
Austin, covering a period of sis jeeri :
shows aa increase of 7119 la pupula-j
tion and J.:3t.'JS3 m assessed va.ues.1
with IMO.tW'J cash la the city treaa-
ory and bo Coating debt. Thebooiled
debt, Is la tact aa Investment yleidinj
large revenue. The waWr and
tysiem for which the bonds were U
susiyleidod t-'.OOJ last quarwr anc
when the entire city is cevcreJ. th
lacomo will be jJJ0 per quarter
The eiUruate of receipts front th
wa'.er ad light plant for the ensuing
j.ar is J '7.67. and rerenues trou
all sources lor ins year esuma;cu wtk.
cash OB hand at tSJ.C;3. j
es reached Del U.o recently tha
a white roan had bo en found dead 1
the cave two mUas west of Devil';
river, oa the Juno road. Juitlc
CUdeawent out Immediately to to:
aa truest on the body, acooapanle
by Sherl3 Jones. They found a m.
ljlng In the cave, not dad. but la
starved and exhausted cooditlor
whom they carried to town, aei &t
he was warmed and fed became a
right i(i i. The man gave his nan
asMiketlyaa being aimp:y a sraji
who bad tracoiae starved and su'
eumbed to tho cold. j
Dr. J. B. Cookaey of Corsicaca hi
a rello of the battle of s Jactn.,
ll li i walking stick gun captur..
from baata Asa. It was the proper!
Of Gen. Sara Houston, who gave i v
to Dr. Han J la. hii family physician.,
Dr. Handle was aa nnole of Or. Cook. '
hi. who became the owner of the
tun by his uncle leaving it to him at
bis death, ihe gua oaa ne ussu a
walking cane and it shoots well. Dr.
Cooksey bavins killed two deer with
It not lor; since.
Stephen Samohyl, a Bohemian, liv
ing alt miles south of town, went to
Tavlor, WU.Umson county, a few days
ago and upon the charge et drunken
seas, toother with a complaint filed -by
bis wiia for desertloa end abuts,
he was looked up. One morning sub
equen:!y he coxmllled sulcUe ty
banging himself la !!. attaching a
wire (rota the cot la which he slopt id
the iron bars wbichencompassea Liia.
The depot agant at Thornda'.e. Wil
liamson county, u hold up and rob
bed of somethtr.g over IIOJ the othor
eight. Alter tne robbers left he
arouiad the ton. but as be baa u
idea what dii-ectioa the robhert toui
and bo blood houndi at band t.'.e
robbers esca;eu.
At GreeavU'.o. the oiher nl,;ht, a
eegresa, Hannah Miller, wu kil.ed by
the discharge of a pistol la. the bandi
ot Ben twee, a eejro. Pcarce
claims that be was taking o:T his fua
to lay U aside aod il was dlschargsi
ecoiu.aully. Others present corrob-
rm hU Tiwtii. , .,
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