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QLl Vol. I No. 265. BRYAN, TEXAS. TUESDAY Us vq. r HOB' OCTOBER 6 1890. Price, 6 ct3 WISE WOllllS- r Don't be led astray By Great Bargains for one day. We are the Leaders when it ccmcs to GOOD Groceries, BETTER Groceries, TINE Groceries. DON'T lt anybody Fool you into buying a Back of Flour that is "as good as (iLOIl Y"they haven't got it. ED. HALL THK OliOCKIi. John M. Lawrencs & Co. --': 0 i I. Already a Number Have Deen Killed and Wound-d. rSESD OUTEEEAK 13 EXPECTED. .k, i (' Ad"D'" f Anln-nr-Himi h I't-. r iriivi rnt lif trulnrijr t DUNN Have no s; . those wl.o snrvcil in .': ry f I s 1 K Iji !. Ci 'ii- r i , cr. r place is th.' sour- w!:o when (!! ; host in Brvin. in.. 1 1 n r In ! I ii ! i I icsisnv a it ' i I 4.4 I: ('111!' ! I; DUNN & r 1 It I. Ovrr lha fj.ctlno of Iba Squaw ' anil tha C unriMaltoa of Their rropartjr hf the rmibltKMU-Kalb lee llnas (iatherlnf Thrlr Votrr fedarsl Troop A.hed For. Tim tun , I. T.,Oct. 5. The trouble which ha tnrn brewing fur mine mouths between the fullblood and o,nawnien in the Choctaw nation Lou ! r,k on cut more violently than ever, and unlm indication! fail, there will be rriou bloodshed. The full blood, who obtained control of the council, piuen-d law cutting tho mjnaw nicn rIT frun their luidi-d property and niado iirTifUjii for evicting them. When the limt attempt at eviction u luadn a few week ago, there wa clah In the street of thia city, iii which several triuawmen wero killed and many on loth side more or lee injured. Then comparative quiet reigned for a lime, hut when an attempt waa mule i to evict Kuawnien m renewed lat j e k troublo broke out again. There j have teen a number of conflict during the pvt few days and an unknown number on both aide have been hurt, j while it i reported that several were killed. I loth Hide hare been gather , ins their force during the last week I and are preparing for a. pitched, battle, which in expected nt any time. t'ltia-Mi of the town nine appealed to to the Federal authorities, troo will bo mnt at once. Tw.,. Will It KraU Wafiii;7on, Oct. 6. The Indian of fice h.u reunited the war department for the ue i f tnioi to prevent blood shed in the Indian Terr. lory a tho re mit of a row over the Choctaw preai dentiitl elivtiou, and the department has made th uec-Mary ordei for troop to U- in rend, ma to prevent an out break. The Indian ofllco beltovea the jin-B'-nre of trooj will Hop further trouble. W.U STAY ON THE TICKET. WaUna njt II U fktlll la lb Haea aa4 M III Hta? la Iba UllUr ted. New Vouk. Oct. 6. Th World print an interview with lion. Thotuaj NVaUoti, which ia inooh tho tame a bU n-ct'iit writing. "I'd luy my head on the Work beffira I'd retire from the race to make way for a plutocrat, a bondholder, a national bonier and protoctiouijt, like Mr. Bew ail." The interview coutinnea : "If Mr. Sewall ia willing to fret off the ticket I believe that even now there ia a chance, to elect Mr. Uryan. "Mr. Uryan and I could at once maka tour together, and inaido of 10 dayl 1 wo mi(ht renturo thouminda of votoa." I "How oou'.d Mr. Sewall be got off the j tuiety j "It would bo eaay enough. TheDem- ocratic national committee could go to him and nay : 'Mr. Sewall, yon are the menace to the ticket, lou are en danirerinR the rhancea of Mr. Bryan.' "There would be nothing to do bnt to rei.'n. If he wiahea to aee Mr. Ilryan elected he will retire Immediately." Mr. Watmn relutca that Chairman liutler of the Populist committee anked to aee the notes of the firnt speech he wan to deliver, and coming to the at tack on Mr. Sewall, begged him to omit it. Thereupon Mr. Watson threatened to nbnndiin the at amp, and Mr. Duller relented. ' BHYAN AT MEMPHIS. Spencer Academy, at Antlers, I. T., Burnt Up. roUE CHOCTAW E0T3 FEBISHED. (HI'S til! IIOUS VON !CK AND i.HKWINC; MACiN't.I.n Ia'!! rl V V. iTII.K 1U I. II. IfM C w l.-e in i i it I.rel .t d I Id.- ' Heel a:..l I -e aull i'i Hr rl rcy OYSTERS No Traabla Y.U Amleii.". I. T., Oct. fi The Chortaw rouucil conveiifd Unlay at Tukalnw ma. No action trouble h.ia arix'n A number of drpnty ninhnln. Captain Jack Kili, with a o,nad of Indian po lice, and a company of (xildicra art there, (tovt-mor Mi'CurtAin will le in au(.Tirated about Wedne.day. If any trouble breikfout ni.irtt.il law will I deolnri d. THE ROAO TIE0 UP. oa ib r I'aapla OfNl lha baaia. tMulaae Tbara. FRESH OYSTERS x The best in Bryan, served any stylo, at tho FINEST 1'RTJITS - th FurC3t, Chchcsi Can-; niwaia..d other teiegrr.pi.er. n.r ot All Kinds diss always oa h?:v.l 1 to goto omadannd work in ti.op: of the utrikcra. All Iba Trlrraihr .a Out i aaailiaa rarirlr. iv.oitu. r.u., (vt. 6 j. n. t. Au ton, grand aecreiari and treasurer of tho Order of lUilway Teli'graphrra, r. ceivi-d a (ii'pati-h from Montreal show ing thnt the tunp on the Canadian IV cifu' waa compli'to and nothing moving except a few pawongertraiiia. aiurdar iii'ht the dpatcher at Smith' Fnlla. the only one who re mained at work, and w ho had charge ot mile of the road, went out. Teleg raphers Amiiiu'a datch tayt, will r-taud firm, and aeem to i.are the tym puthy of ti e public all along the line of Iho Canadian Pacific, The triknra are anguine of miciNiw all over the (yftem. It in nt rled the road Ii loalng Ti, w) jx-r day. and that rattle arettarvlng in cur and that good from Chiua and Japan are lying ut Vanconver inland awaiting ahipment. The attnation fir the Canadian I'aciflc U pruionured very critical, owing to tho fact that naviga tion rliMea in about 30 day, and the great crop of the northwcut remain un moved. Advice received from New York, Chicago mid other citie cite that com- fue" lacot Xmm Thouaal vralla Mkmi'iik, Oct. 5. William J. Bryan arrived in Memphia early thia morning. Tho night' ran from 8t. Loci wai made on tlie Llinoia Central veatibal limited cxprea. and waa without pecial incident. Thoonand of people were at l'oplnr Street atation to witneai tbt arrival of the Imocratio candidate. Tho Neely Zouavo eacorted Mr. Bryan and the Memphia committee to th Pea body hotel, where the party breakfasted. Mr. liryan at 10 o'clock waa eeoorted to the taxdiall park by the committee. Ten thouund people wero in waiting and gave the nominee a mining recep tion. Ilryan wa introduced by Senator Harris and apoke ou the financial ques tion. Tow a rUrlloa. la Coaaartlrat. Nrw IUvi!, Oct. 5. Connecticut U at the po!U today for "little town" election. New town govern menu in every town in the tate except Ilartfurd, New Haven, Bridgeport, Anaonia, Der by and Nangatuck are to be choeen. Three citie of the itnte ; New London, Norwalk and Sooth Norwalk holding city clectiona. Tho outcome of the eloction are anxionly awaited, aa vari ou parties look npon them a "traw" w hich will tihow how the Nutmeg atate will rote at the November election. nil ('o'ir' '"iu niti 'iti PHONE S. V. HiGQS. YOU CAN Hv h Aw iivin,' ri,l'-.l' f t v V'LO AU 1 I KS Oil llrjaa Thank, lha TapaltoU. Pt Lous, Oct. ft Mr. P.ryan ha written a letter to Senator Allen, chair man of the lVpulint national conven tion, thanking him for the nomination of president tendered him by that body. In tho letter the nominee etpm hi plea-tiro that the friend of the white metal have united their force, and tmnuthat tho DeiuiKTA'ic, PopulUt and Silver parttc w ill have a single electo ral in every atate. He lUuda, however, inarcly on the Iemocratio platform. Toar Iba Oaaerata. Kss CiTT, Oct. ft General Alger and his party of campaigning generals, aner spcnuing a quiet buuday, ane early today, and from 6 :80 a. m. until they left at 3 p. m. for Leavenworth, they spent tho time sneaking to entlm siiwtic crowd indifferent parte of th city. Wherever they went people flocked abont them by hundred. and thousand. fpeaear Aeadamr. Iba OfKrlal Schaol af Iba Cbartaw Kallav, iKMlrojcd bjr Flra Tba Moaa aad tiraaa af tba Vlcllast Wara lleartreadlaf laaaadl arlam KatBaclad. Aktleiw. I. T., Oct. 6. At 11 o'clock Saturday night Spencer academy, lo cated 10 miles went of Antlem, horned toashea, together with all the furniture, and four Choctaw boy were burned up in the ftamea. Thoir name are : John Smith, aged 19, of Toboxy coun ty. He went to Spuucer the day it bored. Daniel James, aged 10, of Atoka county. Thomas Knniotabblo, aged 10, of Jacksford county. William Wilson, age 14, of Liu county. Those injured are : Alfred Bryant of Blue county, braised and burned about head and inhaled flames. Harris Fisher of Rod Rivur county, sprained foot. Col ton Bacon of Wade county, leg sprained. Edward Clark of Blue county, jaw bone broken. Sam Spring, Kiamitia county, burned in face, on bead, back, shoulders, feel and hands. His condition is critical. The origin of the fire is supposed to be incendiary, as no one wa occupying the room In which the Are broke out, and there had been no fire in it this seaaon. Superintendent J. B. Jester, who is in charge of the school, heard the flames popping and when be got up the stairway was on fire. He ran on the outside and woke all the boys and bartily savod his own family and the seamatreas. The boys threw their beds out of the windows and jumped to the ground on them. One of the boys who burned was a crip ple, and the other three were in room where there were no windows. It is said their moans and groans were heart- sickening in the extreme. There were two very large -story building, which bad been newly fur nished with fine carpets and furniture. The building and furniture was valued at t?0,00u, and are a total lota. The academy was built by the Choc taw nation, and 102 boys were there when it burned. Everything is a total loss, aa the nation did not carry any insurance. FOREST FIRES IN CALIFORNIA. Btaablag flame Ovar Forty real Blb ltawa tba Caa?a. Pasadma, Cal., Oct. 8 Furctt fires are raging on the mountain and only strong efforts prevented tho fire from crowing Dark canon and sweeping the whole front range, on which the Echo mountain hotel aud Mount Low cry are located. Those who were fighting the firv report a soliff sheet of flame 4i feet high rushing and roaring down the canon, and it was only when it reached the low brush they could do anything with it. They managed to check It It ha burned over a strip over 30 mile long aud from two to five miles wide. A huge fire is now burning in San Ga briel canon, a dense cloud of smoke ob scuring the sky northeast of Pasadena. mill WIN- X- John rSavraii., :-r'2 i UpcV.irn over IL. A P. Park. MTWM-W SaJ-..4-- . - - -' - BUS.II i SM .. - ' . A CANNON FOR PROTECTION. Oaa riaed on lha Muuutaia la K.rp lha Klrlkrr Away LiAUVIllr. Colo., Ut. &. (ioneral Brnok and hi o Ulcer have practically decided to male proviidon for defending the endangered mine by placing a can non on Carbonate hill, w hich command : tho meet of them. The next objivt of attack, if further attack bo made, i pretty well underMood to be the great pninping plant of tho Maid of Knu mine, which drain tho Mahala, Km niett and Marian nilnea, which nrx uow resuming work a well n many other. If tlno pnmpa are crippled, the ruin of ! tho mine by water would reduce the normal production of the camp fuily one-third. tlryaa Off Far Memphis. St. Low. Oct. 5 W. J. Bryan left St. Iouin last night on a peclal train for Memphis. During the day he spent moat of th time in bed recuperating from the fatigues of the past week. He did not rieo until S o'clock. From that hour until the tune for the departure of his peo'l "iu ho was besieged by vis- j 00 m '"T 10 tlu country. Word was itor. Mr. Brvan did not go to church ' J1 received from John Kearney that he yeterday. Slapaad by MARgrrni, Mich., Oct. 6. Rain began falling today and the forest fires that have threatened Nestoria, HumboJdt and other town in the north ern peulnsular has been quenched. Ka Kaala la AaMrtea. Nw York, Oot. R, Dispatches re ceived by friends of P. J. P. Tynan stat ed he had been reloaded from prison at Boulogne bur Mur Franco, and ia now If you would savo money on Groceries this month, try John ft. Mike. He makes tho prices that will do it. When yoa learn the difference be tween Cheap Gr cei ai:d Gr eerie Cheap, you alii a'atys buy from MIKE. II) J. FORD Is net continually blowing about it, but his customers know and will tell ycu that ho keeps the BEST aud FRESHEST GROCERIES a. 1 i. XKVER TJXDIHRSOL.D. iliiv' u; II!0L 0. 1 an J your wants will lie tup- FRAffiUH'S MARKET Is ll.e place for- Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEATS of All Kinds. Maikets are SCIcr.r.Sni) -d Thor onghly proU-cted lr. m Fiis. FRAMIX & SON Polite Attention. K n't ARVi.Tau.VT. M.XAnLR. , v i.MsTiiONG & NAGLE Attornt-v-atLaw. ( I'i in Ta'laiVrr liuiMine, i'pp.' fitt- Court ilou m V;-fv !o ,eu.i st L raitf (f ii.ttrst. '1 ". J)llOI No. l-al. 1:1 TAYLOR & COX Have only the best brands of Whiskey and other FINE LIQUORS. OUR PffiDE I'V Tbej also kerii lh COLDEST DEER in I run Ut. 1. F, Miss, I'llYS..US ASI) VR(.EOX. OUI.-a at Jure Dm tlm. rail answer aT or uibl Texas Ihkcrv. Supidie for Ti.-nic P.n'ie and r.iu;tcn:s ki..v ready. LAUIKM, snve yotuiM be from roounj in Hot Wi atlu r. i ou hi way home from Rotterdam. It ! 1 r is also expected that LMward J. Ivory, now iii jail in Loudon, and Haines and other "Irish snspecU," under arrest at Otto Boehms Wk take especial V mini is oun i-re- BCtlirTMN DEPART- ):, MENT' E t E ONLY , THE PEST CRI G9 AXD I',' h DO Hot Substitute Bring ui your Pre orijilion and they will l ctrt fully anil accurately rcjiare.J, anJ you may be sure of g"ttig just wliat tlie prtcriptiou call for. M. H. James, The Lead'so Pri'ogist. STYLES- Miller Has Raalfaad. Nasiiviu k, (Vt. 8. Juino T. Miller, i..... o. .... e..-.-,, ,or tne rne ai large KUni, be Uberat.J today, of tho Populist rrty, hn resigned and I ! in a lett.r to IVmocmtic State Chairman I w ul M'l". Colomnn teuder hi servioes in stump , ing tho nt.ito for Prran and Sewall. I AtDTi!!, Oct. 6. The Texas railroad 1 commiHftion has imued a notice to the Trxo road that they will grant a hear ! ing to the road who filed a iUnt com- Washisotos. Oct. 5-Ev-(overn(!r.m.,.i.in. with them to the effect that Will Suiporl llryaa. 1 A I.I Jani Cuniplndl of Ohio, who is in this ti, mrt Rra o low that thry cannot op city, say ho will abido by the Chicago , r.te under them and mako legitimati convention and voto for Bryan. TEAS' EXPOSITION. THE !.KAt)INu ll ANI OJ :.!,'.:0n.N MwL'N i VK'.iNOX ai 1 Kciiilworll. T.v; alw.iyn on I rmi, and the COLDJCST!!! VKKU IX RRYAN nlwnyn on Top. J. J. TEASDALK, : : Proproprietor. Twrntj torn Hark WoosTF.it, O., tK-t. 5. While miking a bnrn ou the form of Daniel Wile, near nere, the framework rroko Jut aa thejf.reme nrt, and John men nal tlie Mot timber lu position, ! William Haker, chargMl letting some heavy liuibt rK full upou SOmen engaged in the work. AH of than received Injuries, fix of them hav ing linili broken. Cra.hrd u aih. jKWr.TT, Tex., Ovt. 8. Coon Dorman, a giuuer, living near the Triuity river, wu caught in the prvM while giuuitig Saturday aud was crwhed to death. Thraa t'rlwavr Kama Jail. Suti! Enid. O. T., Cki. 8. Frank Hoyce, a notorious bank swindler, un der Rcutenoe to the penitentiary, and in Jail hero awaiting an appeal to the su- Scares and with hone stealing, eca)ied from erate under them and mako legitimate expenses. It is rcpted that a sensa tional investigation is promised. r. M HA Lb w. it ulivmi Hall Oliver, PHYSICIANS axi SUKCE0NS. Okkkk at Hall's Ditto Stvre PhoneKx 66. Rtsidtnc Phont Hv. $7. Vr. Oliver, lMiono V. night. Their capture U not likely. Killed aa laiaraaal Laadav. Havana, Oct. 6. The Uk-oI guerilla force of Son Nicolas has killed the im- , portant lniurgout leader known as In- ghwito, whose name was Alfred Oold. His body has heen identified. One of jail her last he liumreeut cantaini has also been A Good Thing. If you asm to nieud broken rhina, risks, etc., hv "cS.aineae) Cemrnt" tlie belt, not slit c ted by aster or h. ad Sold and g'tarauted by Sain 11. Vlon A Co. Oct 13. killed. Maaa llaaa llaagad. I A Dvadljr raver. Fr.MrRviLLr., O.-t. 8 MosoWilat. Morv, Turkestan, Oct. 8. A mallg polnred, w hntig-Kl in the parish jail Jnanl fever, similar to that which ap here for the murder of Tom and Coro- peared in 13, has been raging lu Tori Hoc Franklin, an old colored coup'e, J utati for the pant few months. Kiue livinj; n;ir Cherry Kidge, lut ApnL thuuwuKl p.pl have died cf the dis WiLon cuufv-d his guilt. ruwt of them being children. OluM WINDOW tSUas. Ju: leceised. one o( the Urge-t aoj be t as .irt.d at ck of all iie ol win do g a thiil tan le found anywhere. I a! no sell patty, p.iint siid turpentine an I varmrb, Kn.dlv tbanktni; you lor pttst favor end a-k'uu a continuance of th rue, 1 am Kcrp'iy Hi lli( J. Aden Myers. "My 1aby had crxuip aud wa saved by hhlloh'a Cure," write sirs. J. R. I MnrO.n nt llmnTllle Ala. HoM bv all dru;:'.stt. Alwayi th Vsry I.te.t to Crats FarBlsblas: Cteds mid Tailor fj&de Qlotbing. I p-ta-Dn Trairrla?. Th Corrart HI; la of una.;. Thtet It a kaap af aUTai'Uaa In earing Strauss Bros. Pants aUAt yoti IVil wall. Uak rou look will. and prien au(J la the sis ol voa twiel. 1 lusrule a pvrfect It at olio: "rroaipl aad Rcbabti." L. BONNLVILLE J. Y. English. STAPLE tfid F1XCY WJCfff ft Injj experience in handling only tV Best Quality of iioodt has givrii the prvlig of giiaraetr to ere'ttUiBi s-j.d. 'lMioueMo. H-i. I T. V. 11NOT.IMH.