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BRYAN LY Vol. II No. 8. BRYAN, TEXAS FRIDAY, HORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1890. Price, o cf : JUST RECEVED. !0 rnssnam MINCEMEAT, CRANBERRIES, CELERY. . i : " - " " '"J'ltUlT CAKES Citron, Orango and Lemon Peel, Figs, DatC3, Sultana Raisins, Cleaned Currants Alm onds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, Shelled Almonds. Thoso goods aro all New and First class. 1 L They Hold Up a Train St. Louis. at USED DYNAMITE IS THEIR WOEL Tin: GHOCEK. - - OPEN ALL NIGHT. rirgtnt Sttitk of liqueri for m tisuotr moi. no Leads the procession as a a popular Resort, l.rc II..- fmr.t t.Lk . Btn.. '" "4 Xn In Hrn are (fvrtl In th Pol M) r known lu Hit art TCASDtlE, Bryn, T$Mai MIKUN'S MARKET It II, place fr Choice Steaks, Roasts, ind FIUvt MEATS of All Kinds. ', ""I.l..L ere Kt'HIXr r-l ' Tb.f ,.nghly r rot. tied h 'in rli-e. PeU, Attention. FR.VSKLIS & SON 1 t FRESH YSTERS EKIDEW'S XKNNATT1 BLOCK Phoo No. 204.. FRESH ' OYSTERS Tho best in Bryan, served any stylo, at the Purest, Choicest Can- Thrj llo la fptli.ler tha LiffHl Car ttoora and lh llamas ,h far The r.ifrM Were Time Lacked eo.l Ihejr tailed la U.t la. All tUrape. Fr. Ill, Dec. 10. The Iron Mouu- Uiu fiut rxnretraln outgoing u held op one mil from Union stittnn within tha ritv limit laxt tliltht at I SO o'clock by i makcdmen. Ono of the men stood in the center of the track and waved a red lantern, ujr uifying that danger win ahetd. The engineer topjed tho train nd nosooner had ho done so than two ma-kedmen jumped on the engine cub and preent tug revolver told him to hold tho en gine still on paio of death. Two of the robber wa s for the rxprecar. while tho remaining two tool guard outside. In IrM than 13 minute the whole thing tu over and the conductor hastened o th nearest telephone and notiflel the fJice. An won an the mattT n reported at central ttation every dfln-tiTe on hand wan called tnto pernce, ami under In ttrnctiont from C'iaef of Ietectie I. mi xi d, ttl out on tlm trail. The con. ductor telej hoinil a dewr.tion of the men aa near a he ronld, tut owin to the fact thnt they all wore mak, it waa tut tneaper. Word wa eenl to every pelice oITIct on duty in the city to be on the lui.kont for npiciou character. ( nicer, oil duty were called in and "iit out to ean h every touith reirt in the city where thieve are known to hann cot. The two rol.bvr who went to the ei- pitfcir demanoed aiimuianca. r.i pna Meneii(jer W. J. Y.KM refuned to let them in. They threatened to kill him if he d.J not, and thu fui.um. tbey placed a tickof dj-natnile at the car diir and blew the dour to pied an I badly ahattered iie aide of tho car. Fortnnatelr it M a ihrooirh car and they n.oiiey wai iu a timelockcd aafe K.ii'linn it nm-W to try to blow ,thi op-n the rdlx-r Jntnin-d off and noti flrtl their companion on theenpiuo that they had failed to pet oUTllilng. A the train iaiieI aTay fcjpre Mewenger Ktfan came to the unaltered dn of h i car intendinit to !nt at the marauder. No aiiin-r did they him, however, than they opened fire and he fled behind a pile of boxea. The notae of the hoini: attracted the clerk In the nia.l cat aud they opened the door and a irfc-t fuilade fol- lowel. The place where the robbery occurred wa at liatee tnet ctimiiih. There U a dep cnt there, and tho mute of the t xploduiR dynamite km (mothered by the cliff at each ide of the track. The paMonitcr on the train were in no wav di.tnrbed. and it wa lia.f an hour before anyone realised w hat had hapix-iii-d. No arri! have been r ported. K n the Kubbvra, Pi. Lorn, Dec. 10. The police have obtained no clew to the robber who held op the ex pre on tho Iron Mono' tain road lat Bll.t. It i( now be lieved there were upht robber iuMead of tlx. COIU'ETT SEEMS ANXIOUS. MikM AMfcr rroBMillva l Fllulaa. Fai KiuNnsco. Dee. !0. Harry Cor- bett i In receipt of a Ion; telegram from Jim Oorbett authorizing him to make every effort to get a match with Fitxitlininonc, and aa a reault Ilatry Ctrrbvtt U out with the following t "Jim Corbett will meet Fitutmmon before tho ' llympic club for from 6 to 10 round and for a aide bet of from f 1000 to tiO.OOQ and for any pane offered. The ii of the purae can be 110,000 or 1..00). In order to how hit read inemt to fight Corln-tt will not tnit OB a lde bet. In ref erense to the (election of tho referee Corln tt ii willing to leave the apnointmeut io W. Greer Ilarriaon aud Major McLaoehlin." THE FIGHT IN COURT. Teallioaaf Not V.ry Caallaat'r tha (harkey MmftiMit, Sax Fbajicisco, Dee. 10. The lea-al Content between Pharkey and Fitaaiin inon for the puuoMton of the $10,000 purte ha commenced before the n IH'rior conrt. Excitement waa intente when tho proceeding began In the crowded courtroom yenterday, when Julian brought witunuiej to prova the conspiracy which he dated had deprived Fitwimmnn of the pane. "AnMralian" Hilly Smith and George Allen, two of Flurkcy'i traiuen, were the only witnee. Their testimony waa not very complimentary to the Sharkey manifremer.t, and waa to the effect that It waa a madenp plan for Bharkey to win. The case, after theae witneaaea, wai adjourned. TOTAL COTTON YIELD. Report as Gathered by Agri cultural Department. n THE AVERAGE PERCENT 13 115.2. Tke T(4 RaaiWr af Bala la All th la T.teLoet Taaaa Lead Is the rreaaeU, Oaavfta a4 aa Mkwiatlvat Thlr4-I'Xah Brlaf fp hl l.yaeh Mara. 8a IVmim-o, D. 10. Daa J. Lycch, nianafrer and backer of Sharkey, made the following italement to the Auuicialed l"r- : Mr. Sharkey deaire all hi friends and especially those In the wet, to sus pend judgmmt on the etory told In court by Australian Hilly Smith, ntU Sharkey can be heard on the stand. The fact of the mailer 1 that Smith perjured himself, and we will pro ecu ts him for perjury w h-n the preat trial u over. Hi statooienl is a tissne of falsehood from beginning to end, and it is very clear to ine that he has been bought by the Fitzimmon crowd to rive teatimouey damaging to Sharkey's case. Smith demanded liOOO after the dk'ht for foor weeks aMietanre as train er. Miarkcy reraaM to gte more mas floO. Thii is the animus of his testi- money in court today." A B"jv HarrlhU Balclea. FiDXEY, ').. Dee. 10. A horrible sui cide ha been reported from Maplewond. ltarley Stock.tiU, aged 14 year, blew hi brain out with a shotgun because his parents refiucd his request to ac company them to viit neighbors. He placed the motile of the gun in his mouth, di-charirtuff both barrels and tearing hi head all to pieces. The boy deliWrately planned selfdeetructloo dur ing the absence of hi parent. Washixuto, Dec 10. The Decem ber return to the statistical division of the department of agriculture shows considerable Improvement In the condi tion of the cotton crop as compared with the last report This applies especially to North Carolina, Florida and Georgia. Many reports say the yield exceeds ex pectation owing to the large acreage this year and the late dry fall favoring maturation of the late crop. The fol lowing 1 th reported yield by state a oom pared with last year ! Alabama, 1 16 ; Arkansas, 111; Florida, 110: Georgia, 110; Iudian Territory, 118; Louisiana, 120; Minataiitppi, 11); Missouri, 20; North Carolina. 109; OkUhoraa, 1H0; Sooth Carolina, 10 Tennessee, 118; Texas, 12S; Virginia, 113. General average. 11J J. The department's final estimate, baaed on the complete revised report move ment, from each state is a follows Alabama, eW,t! bales; Arkaoa. oro.WO; Florida, 80,;23 ; Georgia, 1,. 067,877; Indian Territory. H,WS; Kan 1SI; Louisiana, B18.M3; Minisippi, 1,' 01S.8.V); Missouri, 11.816; North Caro lina, JU7.7i; Oklahoma, KlbS; South Carolina, 764.700 ; Tennessee, 17J.MW Texas, I.B05.S37; Utah, 103. and Vir Einia. 7964. Total crop, 7.161,004 balct. BOOM IN CATTLE SHIPMENTS They Itele ta Kalaa4 Aajaata ea4 Are Oatag by sVaatlaaS. Bostox, Dec 10. Th recent die agreement between the European (team hip companies of this port and the cat tleshippers regarding the rates on cattl to the European market has been satis- factorily adjusted. The rates for De cember as agreed npon are SO shilling to Liverpool, about the aame to Londou and 43 shilling to Glaegow. There has beeo a boom In cattle shipments since the trouble ha been settled. Th steam er Parkmore, which sailed on Tuesdn fur Locdon, took est e4 head of cattle . the Armenian, for Liverpool, 618 head th Sagamore, 167 cattle and IJ03h p and the Aastiian, which sailed day for Glasgow, had on board 250 cat tie. The Aetata Tar Ratal!. PnovtDENcs, Dee. 10. An expert h been at work on the books of Miller Vaughn, the insolvent bankers, and hj completed hi work. Although he found the books la bad shape, there was no evidence that any of the funds had been misappropriated. The expert finds lia bilities amounting to f 1&3.0O0 and asts of only loOOO, oat of which the as igue, th attorneys, the expert and other expense most be paid, leaving n iiuo for Christmas By buying your Groceries this month from Jno. fi. Mike. n addition to hi lar-e stotk oftiood thing always on hand be oilers this month A big Btock of I CANNED GOODS Phone 40. RClTi AND VC.ETABI.K an.) ColumbiaRivcrSalmon THIS INVITATIOX fo n'm'f ny I'ore t tirii(fi f r trerylody. I ltnr the mvtl tJqnitlU line of HOLIDAY GOODH in Bra:$ Cumify, tiWiiJin frcry $ovfltj that couhl he Ion-ill. My gvodi art all Frrh and .Yrir. Cull and (amine them and yon will It irc to find uhat you iiaut. SI. D. JUICS - Tie Leading Drnist. Elcf sut ui inls Kkaollag at Joahaa. Joeiit A. Tex.. Ic. 10 C. M. Clop, practically nothing to the creditors. ft 1ST FRUITS ftml th0 Purest, Choi ill, Kinds anatno dic3aiways Hala Milll la tha Ui Niw York. D.-C la-Twldy Hale is still in th" lead today lu the interna tional 6-day bicycle race. The petitions of the other cont-wtant are little changed except that Ilice, w ho has been crowding the Iri.hmau pretty hanl, ha fallen back to third mau, Foster going to arcnd. AH the rider took a rent during the night Mice aud Maddox teemed lu the bet conditi n of any of the men. The (core at 10 a. m. wa Hale. I! miles; lice, llirt; Fester, 1134: Moore. I0ii3: S h.x k. 1 1 1 1 ; Head ing, 1100; T4Tl., Us! ; Tierce, I0SI Smith, 107"; Ahinger, s4 ; Madden, 10!iS; CasMdy, P-M; tilick,K3 ; GannoL, ton, a section foreman ftr th Santa re at this place became involved In a diffi culty with one of his men which re suited in the (hooting of one 8. K. Rus sell, the bullet took effect in the left arm near the shoulder, shattering the bono. The wound Is painful, but not neceeaarily dangerous. Clcptoo waived a preliminary trial to await th action of thu grand jury. Ra4; m llala tha Cahaax. Dr.SYEIt, Di-c. 10. -Charles F. Grell and All-ert IL West, member ef th National guard of Colorado, hav ob- taiuttd leave of alaence and intend to start ft Cuba next Suuday with 1"0 volunteers, all of whom hav had mili tary Iraiuing, to enlist in the Insurgent army. Grell aays 100 men have also been enrolled at Dutte, Me rvafarraa Craailara. Hot hkxtkr, Dec 10. John K. Ptrau- chen, a well known mason contractor, who has been In business here for S3 year, ha mad an assignment wlthort pvefereocea. It U eatlmaud that hi asset will foot opl75,000, while hU liabilttie will reach 1130.000. Th a- sets consist largely of real estat in this city and Buffalo. Beside his realty. Stranchea is the owner of C7,000 worth of stock In th Consumer' Brewing oom pan y of Norfolk, Va. Of Every Description, Properly Mixed by. Ex perienced Artists, and Served in Taste and Style, Have Hade , DALY Famous all over this! section of tho State. They have all the lead ing brands of line Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Call early and often. GIRLS! (MS! (MS! Get reaily for the great Oohinj Cortest. It will take i!.ico in my utore on TueS'lay, Ior. 2'-'. Ilet ei t Ju'.Iy, J. ALLKS MYEKS. Bryan, Tnua. s r. m hal x it taivia Hall & Oliver, - PHYSICIANS and sniCEoNS. Orncg at IIali.' Iiiuti n ut PhontHi. 6B. fttsidenct fhont Aj. 67. Dr. OlUcr, Tlione -'. on hand M'i McU,jIi!l PHONE 202. Prompt nml Com ttn ntUntion. S. W. H1GGS. ly liivviii' vour lATJ i ami WIN T10U C I AY VI I ICS "L- l-y John aviatii, Tailor, Upstairs over & P. Bank. Fupiilie for IVnic r.nlies and DAUCKCn S aliy ready. LADIT.H, av youre-lves fioiu i-ookiug in llot VVes'her. no.,, so Otto Boclnn Cakes! TAYLOR ft COX Have only tho best brands of Whiskey and other FINE LIQUORS. Thv ! keep 111 COLDEST CEEQ in Bryan. Iilsnoad WfiUlac LARtr, Ind., Dc. 10. Jededinh riiel An.tiu will soon clebrate the ninty-thiril anniverrary if hi birtlu Mr. Autin i not inily one of the ohb-at men living iu Indiana, but ho alo claim tho unu.unl iliHtinction of hav ing Imh-u married T-r 7-1 year. The bride of lus vouth is still living, and t- are now preparing to celebrate their diamond wedding, and event that willliruiK together iu a monstorreuuioii all the unrviviiig kin of the Auntin fam ily, at which tune :'t great gr.indclul. dn'ii, cven graiidchililren and five chil dren will meet to do honor to the occa sion. hhal and kllie lllmMlf. BiiVaK. Tex.. Dee. 10. Alliert Der- nandt, agd 61 years, btitchtr, airldeut ally (hot and killed hitimelf while hm. ing, aUmt 11 mile frotu town on tw NavaiHta river. llcrii:mdt wa born in Ku.inii lVland, and lcav a w ife and five children. Ill liana MII.4 Mlrn, C iifMni s. Tex.. Dec, 10. The Iiotm of IV M. I'liitehee rail away with him and threw htm akMiiit a tree, killing him liifctmitly. Cl.itchce wm a colored man. Plr la aa Arasaea Tawa, FATrrrxviu.1. Dee. 10. New has reached here of a terrible fire at Chester, Ark. The depot of the Frisco railway and nearly the entire business part of th town U totally destroyed. Chester has no wsterwork and the ciiisju are powerless cope with the flames. Maaat Ovatv Will Point. Tex., Dec 10. Will Counolley and William Uulnn were bound over by Juttice D. M. George la the snm of fv0 each, charged with burning the barn of M. W. Ellis, three miliw north of here, recently. lr. Kla lu.lsa. Pas Antonio, Doc. 10. Dr. Eustace 1. King, far more than fiv years pastor of the First r.aptut church of this city, has reigned the pattorate, and will probably sopt on of th many call he ha received to other fields of labor. Taliam Tlaat ttmtreree. WtxsroM, N. C, Dec. 10. The tobac co manufnctoriitg plant of th Brown Ilnw. Tobacco company, one of Wins ton' oldest firm, waa destroyed by fire entailing a loos of 1 150,000, with 3,0o0 iusnranc. Traaaarar lla llasal. RixitEMKR, Dec 10. A special from Geneeeo. N. V.. av James B. Ii amp- ton, treasurer of Livi p'.ou county, has doors. IIrPi!T disappeared. It i a- fd that thet t J Injured. TheU shortase of 6'"X) ir. L. sconuuts. Vae Caaallaa laeVeaasaaa. MorraxAL, Deo 10. The Independ ence club of Canada, which has been in existence In Montreal for some five month, and who object is the at tain men tot Canadian independence, is gaining la strength and a con rent ion probably will be held next March with a view of federating all group and clubk having a like object. Member ay th movement U rapidly gaining ground, especially In rural districts. Haa(4 Arsleeatallr. OttAHA, Deo 10. Vernon White, 13-year-old bey, was accidentally haaged a the result of a boyish prank. With hi playmate he was playing police. When they captured criminals they war condemned to be hanged. IU waa condemned, and a pillowslip wa tied around his neck and he su.pended himself by th neck to a bedroom door. Before assistance arrived he was dead. Tw Maa aUllaA. Chattanooga. Dec 10 An extra train on th Memphis aud Charleston railroad struck a handcar containing Track Foreman J. W. Campb-ll and four laborer near Brownaboro, Al. Th men were thrown W feoL Camp bell wa dead when found. Herman Townsend' back wa broken and ht died two hour later. DUNN & DALY. KOS I AMTONU. M.XAl.lI. ARMSTRONG ,t NAULK Attorncvs-at-l.aw. Oflico in Taliaferro HuiMine, O'poite Court llotie Money to lend at low ra!e of interest. Xclo1iont 7'o. 1-U. "SUITS MADE TO ORDER : IT IS lMrOSMBLE TO 0BTA1S 1 Christmas Gift So appropriate or more atftl, thnn a pptti run bEftlLLltn r 11 jit 1:0 I m offe tus T- ' 2,000 1 1 i-Uie 111 r ore; -si nsI 1 Nor- -t'.c Likeness of Yourself For jour family and fricmls. Th:U is if it i likmi-M, eliMiUly finisliolaml jkt- msineiit. I puuranlea I niy wot It to lo. DON'T DELAY, But C01110 at onc, arttl avoid the rubb, and make certain to have your in time. 1 maV all iiei of Tliotof, Cry. end, Water Col ors, PttU'.!, Mailer Ksalaalaa. Okanor, Tex., Dec 10. Both head blew cut of on of th boilers at th electrtcltght plant here, tearing tip the roof of the boiiethuurt aiid throwing brick 600 feet away, aud diwtrvying th' laliitluga al Miniature' brick ihevlnghou in front of the lire- j to cse wa serlom-ly lAlIV .A 11 1TT . is estimated at fW. ?J 'H a.. l.til I ..' WooUtis from Sl l'.Al'S 11B OS., An,cti,;i I.t l.'lll T.lil.M ... from a Lit U iuk'uI Mu,r sSviit fur vr Im'.r tin r, r The i-t t I. ii.it.,: at. 1 -i':i:i.;; '.: l' i tiM'd in every li.itiDi nt I : r . 1 -! of I't'iiv, aii.l !i;ir..is. tro aa ol luy v ot iv t Kit ai!l tivt ? it-i-ucii-oi, 't HONEY : REFUNDED. L. 'fiONNEYILLE v.