The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 180, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 28, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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talerea at tht hnUiBM at Bryan Teiit aa
BY CONMLLY. l'ALMEU Jk CAHNM
V tLcom Cassis Editor.
Fer Wei k Iftc. . - Per Month 50c
Cni) John O. Walker of Madison-
viile li beginning to make preparations
fr the Annual U. C.V. reunion f r
which the people of that county have
become sojuatly famnui.
A big dinner occurred Friday near
Siilphur r-prings on tho Navasot liver.
hirf crowd was present seversl from
Hrysn being in attendance.
Call at Hall's drug atore ami get bo-
rated ta'cum Doder. enaranUed t"l
1'int heat. F.special'y good for baliie
Capt. llob Hudspeth was here ye
W. W. James returned lo Belton ye
Tom Wilton returned from Iiallas
F. K. Mit rot left for (Jalvealon Fri
(iov. l!oa una in the city aeveral
Judge W. J. Moore of College wh
Col. A. C. I.. Hill left yesterday for
the Indian Territory.
Milxe Ierden ia better after aeveral
day of aerioui illness.
Mra. W. M. Foater and rhildren have
returned from Navasots.
Mra. A li nlu Patterson left Friday for
Virginia and X rth Carolina.
Dr. Prummondof Cottonwood waa a
Visitor to the city yeslerdty.
Capt. J. J. Adams attended the ttate
U. C. V. reunion at Pallas this week.
Fee Mi-Duff Pimpson for tomaUiea to
make raUup cheap. Phone 1:13. MJ
Itev. 8. C. Martin wan in town yes-
terday fioru the Meep Hollow coiuniu-
nity. If yoa want .to sleep ue Hall's mos-
quito lotion guaranteed to keep mos-
Dallas Hawkina came over from Mail-
iaonville yesterday and went down to
I'llla do not cure Constipation. They
only aggravate. Karl's Clover Hoot
Tea civet M-rfeet regularity of the
bowels. Hold by all druggists
Mrt. .Mat tin l.lmiaay who it teaching
an art claaa at Xavota came home to
Fall line of Alfred Wright's cele-
brated erfume the beat made at
Hall's drug atore. 1H5
Iteptity Mat nti al Andrew r-helhurne
la recovering from Lit painful lllnes.
Mrs. K. B llolierts has gone to spend
the Minimer at Itichmond and Waren-
Take joir prescriptions to Hall's
dnig atore the people's favorite for
pute drugs and iow price: 18-
We will receive no more melons for
cold storage. oq account of Ice melting
rapidly through such frequent opening
of the vault door. Jno. M. Law rence k
Hon. liarnett Oibhs promises to visit
Madieon and liraxoa counties countlea
again about Augtiat I.
The finest brashes bath sponges
toilet soaps etc. to be found In Bryan
are sold at Hall's drug store at prices
to low that they defy competition. 185
' Misa Lou Fate of Harvey called on
the Kagle yesterday and left a bunch
of coupons fur her brotherin-law Mr.
J. H. Heed.
My baby bad croup and was saved
ly hhlloh's aire." writes Mrs. J. It
Msrtln of lltiiitsvllle Ala. Sold by all
A big crowd of Bryan folk took ad
vautageofthe low excursion rat and
weat down to Galveston this morning.
Hall's drug store sells fine toilet soaps
from three cakes for S cents to si rents
a rake guaranteed to wash in any
kind of water. 18
A tew more exquisite pattern bats at
Mies St Leon's millinery parlor w ill be
sold at a sacrifice. Call early
FOR SALK-Or will rent furnished
my residence on eaat Burleson street
Will also sell my horse and buggy
17-tf Mra. II. Mathis
C. Woolen who has been studying
medicine under Ir. 8. II. Weatherford
for several month; leaves to-day for
lialvcston to continue hit studies at
the Sealey ho.pital in Galveston during
the summer after which he will attend
WAX T K I tient! en to loard
Can give room or meals without rooms
tiood location got fare slid hospita-
ble treatment. 10. Mr.. A. I Kerr.
l'nly rap. ribbons anil fine rhae at
cost at Mihs St. leon'a millinery parlor
next dixir to Fxi-hange hotel. It
A negro named Tom Figgers anspect-
ed by the otlicvrs of being an escaped
convict was am-. ted by Marsha! rditd-
burne and Constable Baker anil lodged
in jail Friday night. The negro claima
to le only au ex-convict.
For Sal Hor.e and buggy dining
room lafc' three dining chairs cook
Stve small hea'lng store kit hen ta-
ble and a lot of flowers in pots. Apply
to Mrs. 1". Buford. HJ
Mist St Icon's immense ebxk of
seasonable millinery has nearly all
been rinsed out. What remains will be
sacrificed without regard to cost as
Mis St. Leon will leave soon tot the
Kant to buy fall and winter millinery.
LOCATED BY THE RAYS.
LI II a D( rtMf a.bnlt. U SMSps'i
Dtaca.arjr la Harlla.
Brrum Jane 27. Li Huug Chang
ewhmittod to the Roentgen rca exam-
ination at the Charlottenbuxg Folytech-
nic inatituto FViday. It showed the
tract of the bullet flred by the wouldba
r-ewing Machine WauteJ I wi-h to
purchase a second hand sewing tin-
chine in good order. Address Ben
Thomas city. 1S.I
The Galveston News of Friday con-
taineil a gixxl picture of W. I). Cox in
conuection with a write-up of Temple's
hig flower show. Mr. Cox wa formerly
proprietcr of the Ksjilesndls now ed-
itor of the Temple Daily and Weekly
Tribune and haa in hand t1 e. manage-
ment of tbt flower show which has
proved a big succesn.
Now is the time to place your orders
with Wm Koppi for fine Alfalfa hay aa
the prospect" lor a corn crop are very
short ami alfalfa cannot lie excelled
Iis-iishI bliHxl conHtlpntlou and
kidney liver and Imwel InmtilrS are
cured ly Karl's Clover Boot Tea. Hold
by all druggist.
A man from way back came into the
Meteor olllce la t Monday and seerm-d
lo be much Interested in the art pre-
servative. He asked us many ques-
tion concerning the mysteries of pilot-
ing all of which we explained as lu-
cidly as oaible. Then he capped the
climax by propounding to us the fol
lowing astonishing interrogation : "How
'bout this printin' office; are you 'lect-
ed to It er how do you get it?" Ma li-
Another attempt at home burning
was made Friday night and it now ap
pears that there are fire bugs in the
oommunity who are lient on the niali-
(riotitde.tructioo of profterty. At all
events the om. ert are aifiing the mat
ter thoroughly and will no doubt be
able to stop the trouble or capture the
guilty parties at an early date. The a'
tempt in question was made upon a
negro hoos opposite Dr. Weat her lord's
about 10 o'clock Friday night and the
flames were discovered and extinguish
ed by Metara. W. P. Davia and W. T.
Young. Mr. Young taya he saw the
light of the Are and at first thonglit it
a reflection but toon diat-overed bit
mistake and be and Mr. Davlx went
over and bad the door broken on and
extinguished the flames which were
rapidly climbing up to the calling. A
cup of kerosene oil wtt found under the
house where the fire w tt started. The
negro woman who occupiet the house
was not at home. Such deviltry as this
is unpardonable and the safety of the
community demands that It be imme
The Oil Trust Case.
Auatin Tex. June 9) The court of
criminal appeals has reverted and re
sanded thecal of Hathaway vs. state.
from McLennan county 1SKS) against
trusts. The court holds that none of
the counts In the indictment charge
Hathaway aa an agent or servant of ti t
alleged trust. He is charged as a par
ty to the conspiracy and there is noev
idenre in the record snowing that he
was one the conspiritors. One count in
the indictment charges that the con1
spiracy was entered Into by ttie true
teea of the Standaid oil trust and the
Waters Pierce oil company and three
of the agents of the latter company in
Texaa one of whom is alleged to be
There is prf that the trust was for
mcd as early ai 1: letwecu some
thirty-nine corporations firms and
individuals and that the trustees of the
Standard oil tru.l U-came the trustee
of the tiust thus fnrioed. There I
some proof that the Waters I'ieritt oil
company sua party to said trust hut
there is no evidence to show that
Hathaway was one of the original
rupirntore or that h afterward
joined the trust aside from the fact
that be ua the agent of that com puny
in Texaa. A he was not char ' ss an
agent a Hition of the chargeftf the
trial court was Inapplicable. '
I'pon these grounds tho case is re-
veise l. The court says that there aie
questions rai.ed as to the constitution-
ality of the statute but in the view
taken of the esse it it nit now necea-
ttry to discus and deride thsin.
The opinon is by Judge Henderson.
of the Chinese statesman at
Bhlmonnski while the treaty negotia-
tions between China and Japan were
being entertained. The ballet etitered
the left cheek and tnried iUelf in the
tlaanea slightly below where the missile
A NOTABLE GATHERING.
LsaMllaf I'hrslvlaas m4 SargMiaa
Mat si farts.
BurraLO Jane M. The leading
physicians and surgeons of the world
will hold an International congress
daring the Paris exhibition of 100u The
plans fur the oongreaa which have been
nndnr dlamusian for several years were
brought to a head at th meeting of the
American Association of physicians and
Sorgwons In Buffalo yesterday. The
congress will give a name to the organi-
sation and adopt a constitution. A
president will be lectd and vice presi-
dents chosen from the various nation
of the world. The organisation will be
one of the moat catholic and iu cardinal
principle will be the entire abolition of
the lines which now prevent physicians
or surgeons at one school from consult-
ing with oawof a different school.
John TT. Simpson of Boston ia the
prime mover in the project and will Is
temporary president of the onngreaa.
FmIIM AgalwsS trwrUMsv
Rerun Jane M. There it much feel
ing against American sptwtamen and
horsemen on German racotraoka large-
ly doe to the case of Ro'r .-1 T. Kneebe
who was oonvlnted of fraud ia having
racd the trotting mare Bethel under
the name of Nallie Kneehaon a Oermau
race track laat Tear. This bad feluig
broke out yestwday at the Weat Eud
facet when Mr. Kolliner a clerk to the
United State embassy was grossly In-
salted and ordered off the track oaten
sibly for audibly criticising the races
Mr. Kolliner has written to the preti
dent of the West End association mak
lng complaint of the treatment which
Btrwsk by LlgteUlaf.
Miivsaa. Ark. Jane SB A very
severe rain and eleotncatorrn struck
Prtnoeton Tuesday afternoon. During
the progress of the storm Thomas Kelly
and Folk Scrimahlre g4 on their horses
to go home when a bolt of lightning
ttrwck them killing Kelly Instantly and
maiming Borimahire and the horses. It
Is thought Seiimtuire will reoover.
TTonK flva niarl imi I ftfmf tvl fitf 1
theniKht at a little U aliouse far np In
the mountains of Japan. Nowhere were
to be seen any railnuuls Kumpeau casI-
off clothing or other "modern improve-
ments" and iu a w.tlk through the vil-
lnjre sfttT a dinner of rice and fish I waa
led to believe that at lust a spot had
Ut-u found where things were to be aa
they alwuys had leeii. But on n turning
to the villup1 laM summer therwslissl
at tho dimru little iiu.idcn with a d-
lightfu! smile of rejoicing ns she proud-
ly show I'd in one h.md an uumistukable
nickel dated Ann ri nn ahuiu dis k and
iu t)n oihi r an unbn.Li n tin foilee tick
of chewing gum. Verily mr cixa-
tion hud arrived. Tho next day.Vrow-
ever in a vill.iue cm n iimro remote a
still frrenter surpri awaited me fur
dihplayul pn'miiiieiitly (in a bliinU wulL
with un udmiriug c-Mwd ulxiut it wu
a verituhle sister and a few mure days
showed that this Innovation in nrt if it
may lie aoculliil Kioi common and liib-
ly jsipnlur. Kvery tenhoun had It w-
rnK ami all the nIioim in the bnmrs
wero full f them and wherever a pustcr
wu iu si'lit nil udmiriug throng was
turo to In' seiK A-new style of drawing
seei:iil to go lianii ill iuiild with the
new idi ii mid even an iimli n-taii(lin of
our M-rai'tivc w'Mappnrluhlc "Jup-
anoo War Fosters" ly li. V IL Coiik-
luiK iu Ceutury.
McKENZIE & CO. Q
Silvcrwaro and Fine China
II ie jn.r leceloil
CUT HALF IN TWO.
! ! a Uimiful mm k of "Fine lliith tirade Stationery
ii. g t a d- r e. I..n't fail to see those goods.
She was a well ilre-tsed young wom-
an who l' I'd IniuKhtily ni u her fel-
low b ings iu tin crowded cuhlo cjir
and teemed to marvel at the class who
c.uld habitually putroiiixM thut plehiiui
miKltxif conveyaiic'. Thow" who lioticed
her scornfully inquinng air resented it
hut not until the triuisfi r atution waa
reached did they have their revenge.
The well dreamtl Vounir woman hud
tuteu lier truiKier slip and crammed it gs
II r ttUIl IHfltT wiirvi-uiiiiiiioioj.
When she boarded tho second car and
the conductor demanded In r ticket she
was for a moment at a loss to remem-
ber what she bud done with it. Then
remembering she drew it forth handed
it to the watting collector of fare and
looked sconifully atsiut her. Iln gave a
look at the slip alio hadofTercd him and
returned it remarking loudly:
"1'uwn ticket don't go on thia line."
The haughty young woman had lost
something of her Vero do Vere air by
the t nno she hud m.-uln the correction
in her fare and theplelsuuiiswhohaliit-
nally patrotiiien the ruble rouds were
smiling happily at her. New York
Practical iiWrvers rxjsTiencrd in the
working of licit ing have p'liernlly con-
cludl that a U It of inches w idth and
of single thickiiiiM running on a pulley
8 inches in diumeter n pnwentsalsmt n
near a (. rfix t Isdt transmission aa it ia
possible to get With oak tanned leather
belting. This may seem it is thought
rather a favorable condition for a Ixdt
of such dimension to work under but aa
fur as Jlie pliability of the Is It is con-
ccmtHl it is awn n ii I that there would
be no objirtion to the curvature of ciht
indies and aa for the width one Inch
and a half might be considered quite
narrow and thiee inches in width some-
what wide. It 1 argned however that
if the oak tanned material will endure
all thia U'lidiug action while undi r a
high speed and drawn nptuuteiioiigh to
allow well when power ia to bo trans-
mitted then H iiiunt lie cxrsTtil that a
pulley 16 inches iu diameter wheu pnv
vidnlwith a doable thick U It of 4 in. li-
es width must give ipial tatisfactioa
New York Bun.
FOR ALC BY
Ice Cream Varlnr.
Delicious Cieani Stxlas
liv. st Glass.
Fine Home Manufactured
lit l-'J i f til lsUBtverallrreum u th
LI VI F v-Jv
Ktw Toes. Jans H-Followlai an lb s-
IsJ ast rmipta at eutVia ml aU aorta staa
nt Hon. 1. V
Tvsas tlty HAIt
Hrw Orl si
fharlMloa . .
Nw Yurh ....
A nirtl Trmcwlv.
Jamca Carter of Masham. Yorks Kng
land report a happening to theloiidon
Fh Id the like of which seldom or never
waa observed bf fore. In over IS vol unit
of a well known tportamen's newsper
a similar incident hat not been recorded.
The Field aaya that "a starling fly ins;
swiftly from its nest collided with
passlug rook and tlie starling's beak
penetrated the bead of the rook causing
instant (bath. " Hawks of ouurm often
strike their game in midair and kill it.
but in that case the collision is luten
tional During the migrating periods
birds are often killed and maimed by
flying againat nnaeen obstacle at night.
as telegraph w ire or high waterfalls.
Many ducks and gwe fly op stream in
to the Niagara falls every year but the
like of thia incident ia uot recorded.
The Ix-st cough cure is Shlloh Cure.
A ncclcctod couth It datmerou. Stop
lien is a cuance to buy beautiful bat . It at once with ahlloh'i Cure. Bold by
almost at your own price. It I 11 druggists.
('Micsao. Jub. W-lnmmin wifancr asn
drwaml beff and shlppi" sleerj. IslotlH;
l'kr ami tl.r. tiwiiiu T'iss (raas
H'cs-4s'n'" teh"e t-'S.4.1Ji
rheB-iiinimoa " rkol II '! IS. TI-
u n C?7 - - . '
All I j
Hill I'H K"
hiHII TIi'N l K I A K T-
M KM. VK tSK tiM.V
TIIK UK T I'ltt f.s AM
ri.LA. Jan M-K'fcoKw shlppinf staars ' A J
Hlo.r.rnf.rcMfrnoigi Mq StibStitUtC
rW.Wl; )lht wihu. It . rJ t 1 w
Utaia and I'roTUlou
(Wicsoo Juiw H-Whssl-Na I r4
IVira-No. I. rc
Ikir-Nii wlus. ITVi.
UnL V 19 ni. in SU
Ms rr harrsl. ft TW V MH
Khort slar iU. b"tl :'
Sorl nba. mlM !.. IS '-J ro
1tj MLlvMUisuia.rt. kuisd. Sir -1H
lUU.AS Jim. 3-K.ww.l. t3Mi
Uato IMttM bnlk. wfm ou-lU tit
nvatrr pMata. l?ia
Om-SMIM. mi 1.4. )ohlos. tie; mr from
wsM. a-e; bulk shallst. -I sank at. me
Iota I e b . SMtabrf ratals liOi far. Tftltt
tmmm rktrl -rl-rarrisnf -rf "j" Tw t !
astrm. S. assail staar saUrt. saltot H;
skorl elaar sitra. sallad. S; aalW4 kslUsti
UW. ; nvH
eselsal la tame I
Wring u your l'rc-
ecriiitioiiM ainl they
will lio curcfully atH
ntvuratilv r.p:trcl U
nnil you iimy 1 euro
of getting jti!-t li;it
I lie im riidion culls
M. H. James
The Lkaiumi Phi'ik.iht.
III:nT ..: IN : IIHVAN.
lirxsi Hor.es Fine Tin inula Csrelul
drivers and the Clean". t Stable in
Ik taly Eiptrisaetd aa-. fraetical Ot.
dsruksr ant Fnasrsl Director It the
Kmbalining a Sim-cisM.
Is the Result of time money
work anJ study all culminating
in the highest science of flour
All lor the good of humanity
Washlnirn Crosby Co. have
perfecied the process of produ-
cing the best that wheat contains.
it ' 1. i t 1 a . 1
use nouung rut uou mcuai m
Flour if you would have sweet u
wholesome bread. m
All ffrocers tell It. M
All wlso people buy It
M(jtmati9 ar xaS
Sold in Bryan
1 J V
JOHN B. MIKE.
Buy Your Meats From
FRANKUX & .S0.
Tuey-J-iVe-Two - Jiiri
rOI'TII Mtrket under Aea.leinv ol '
XOUTH Maket In Zennstti block.
YOU lw.f !? ut stTraaklia's
IMione. No. IM
To the Traveling Public:
I On the I. tiny r ay
11 erealter mill .ell Acidedl Tick
ete in a good reliable Companv aa
folio i :
!()(( wit la t.VOO Weekly Indemnity
(or Kii Monllis for QQ f
Also Accident Tickets sml i'oiciet t
mver all aceidenta at lieasonahle
rates. Kessi ifuly yours
Kepres'tg Fire Tornaito and Accident
Texas Bakery. J
Supulies for I'icnic I'srtiet
and BAHCFCCFS aUsys
ready. LAIIF.H ssve
yoniai lwt from KMidliig in
J. Y. English.
STAPLE and fMHCf GROCERIES.
Long exjierleiice in handling only the
Beat ljualitv ot liiMsIa baa given the
nrestige of giiiirii(.e to everything
sold 'l'hoiifi . li t.
.T. XV. I'.Xil.IMlI.
aoa'r asmvisonu. . m.iu.
AHMSTKONCS t NAOLE
Office in Taliaferro I'.uiMinR
Opposite Court House.
Money to lend at a low rate of Interest.
A Coos Cigar
1 Rai llgar
Dr. B. FJaife'r .v
I'llYSH IAN AM) HlMUKON.
OBli-s al Jsner lmi( tlerr. Calls sn.wrlrii
itar or ulghl.
TRY THE . . .
TAYLOR t COX
Msde only from IMre Mexican
iold in I'm an eiclu-ively by
i J. s. nooninc
I Exchange Hotel.
Also a nice line l the celebrated
best Vine I.ioiior
I igarn In stock.
New Fixtun s. l'.ilite and Courteous
! Vanted-An Idea SS
Prntart ynnr M.1 lht mt Mr. v.
Wnu JOHX W lif Kiil KM ll f.lml i
ailauiu li . r o.-ir si u iiai
aua IUI u ih knaorail la.aauuaa wauixk
The Latest thing Out
is the new Stationery and now typo
faces received p.tt ho Eagle Job office
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