The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 299, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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jVi!.VovV:iicMAriiiN I ii..hinw
Mi'lO'i"' ' Clu'vtot MimIo to your
Men"" l.v Txt'rliiool Tailor iiikI
111 1-M lllllt Will Slirl'l' $ Oil MO
much liMiiri Hum 9011 would xpM't
I'rom tho ifratlo ol' work w turn out.
Wo tlo lli Iitr(;M( Tailoring IIiimU
iicmm In tlio City Carry tlio I..iiri;t
anaortiiifiit l M'ooUmim iiii1 ar tliPro-
I'orti In a lettr omIIoii to tflvo'your
ordortlio At tout Ion which 1st nor mmii
ry to Nooiiro a jrootl lit 11 ml l'orfoot
""1'"' "" rntTin
SUITS TO ORDER
PANTS TO ORDER
PARKS S WALDR0P
Dlcrxl at lb PostoBce at Unaa Telaa. as
Second Class mail natter.
IT CONNILI.V. 1'AI.MIH 4 CaHSM.
Malcolm Ctasaa l.llior.
YOU will bedcil.hted Tuesday t.llit.
Mi Myrtle Collar.! of Wheelock i
vialtlng rrlatlvei lifri.
Mr. W. I.. Turner nJ children came
over from Madiaonvitle yesterday.
0t chops jut received and f.r a'e
cheap at C. i'. Moore. 'M
Mrt. V. A. Heed ami children Mrt
Maitie Smith and Mist Iaiy l-ee weut
to Wellborn yetordy.
Mr. II. White received caiload tf
furniture ye.tetday Including oine very
liandootne bed-room suit nloloxrlii
It free f.r all Tuet-Jay night. I'e
ure and tome. W
Mayor AJain ws able to le u
while vescrday after a haril tu-ie
with the deiigue which ho aay nearly
put the best of In 111.
tou m tit not ii;rit aliat y.uwi.l we
Tuesday niht. K
Merchant of Calvert dctlii.e to carry
money lent tennant and Insist that
laudiord hould share in
the h -ei ou
low price cotton etc. in the future.
Cape jaiiilne and named r.-ae for .
aleby Mrs. U. II. Wyse 300 j
Candidate Jeater hat at leant one good
p. auk in bis platform. He I pre aching-
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rrilh illl'Ai.n'.t htn an l mII ... a
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I'ahlgrcn. the photographer inakea
iautilul phot.. for II .lidny reM-nt. (
tiet youri now while theie ia plenty cf
I-dltor Oncar I. Mc Anally tf the :
Cameron Herald I- a candidate for the
legiaiatme. He ia a good newfpfir '
man a worthy citizen a aouod d. n.o-
crat an.l would make an able repteM-ut-live.
The Washington county tax toll aln.w
oyer TtOU ai re of land more than the
county contain. The old atate aUtract
I blamed for the Imaginary acreace I-
rauxe of eevea.il aurveya that are a aid to
be in the county while in fact they ar
Kor Kale My five room reaidence with
acrvauta room atable aud other out-
bouacn ciatorn.waterworkf and garden.
Cheap. Apply to N. 11. Cole. "JS'i lui
Mr. llryan aay: ' I thiuk I voiietbe
entimenta of dctiiiH-rata populxta and
liver republican whin I aay that the
tight will be continued with even more
arnetne until the gold monopoly in
broken and the money truatt over-
thrown." Iter. A. M. 8U wart will preach at the
old l-aptM church in tl.i city tomor-
row at 11 a. tu. aud 7 .30 p. en. Sunday
ichool will U held at 10 a. m. The
meeting place of Iwev. Stewart' congre-
gation baa been changed ruiatient!y to
theold Daptut church and be will bold
aervice there regularly each aecond
Sunday and a'-o at other time to be
ttinouiiced f.otn tiuie to tie.
In All the Latest Novelties.
We have an Elegant line of
All Wool SUITING. Price
10.00 and Up.
3.00 and Up.
I'unerul uf M. iloi lite. Sr.
The ohai iiiie of the late Mr. M. Hon-
nrville Sr. drew a lure crowd ol yrn
pathimiit friend to St. Jo-epb Catho-
lie church ye.terlay morning at
o'clo. k. Kev Joseph IVIner con ducted
detnn liik'U uia aaiat d hy Rev. J
IVlillo and Iiev. l.itwora of Ilieinond
A lieaulllul tribute to the lacmoiv of
the deceased was pioiiouuivd iu Kt g isli
by a talente 1 ymug ptiest frim Ander
on and a venerable I'oliah eccU-lastic
1 r. .tii fan Antonio dciivercl ano'.lier
w hich viaihty amclcl tho w ho under
tooil that lai'K'iHKe. The service at
1 ne residence nl at ttie grave eie
con. Iiii trd y l;. IVInarand l'eti.lo
The vaat audieme at the church lol
iOeil the remain to their laat roiling
place a a final tilhuto of le'pect.
V. al.f. m . ..
1 ue jnu-i..in Khiii.hii learn came
doan from Waco yeatviday and will
p ay college Una altemoon. A line
name i exiMs led aud big crowd will
uo doubt attend.
Lodged In .lull.
lid iai a voung n gr ..' veaia
oldwa mlieil in jail here by Mienf
Nunii at an early hour yea:erday luoin
a if 1 -barged with a c imin il au t up
on (iertr'idu Nelaon. a ne.-r mrl doan
ne.ir Miliican. t in aci outit f aome ex
citeinent at Mil.ic.iti
! hherilT .Sunn drought
the pria mer 111
to WellU.rn and tio.ir.l. d the early
morning train there. No f nthcr trough-
in anti iptted boaevcr.
The negro wa idcntiti-1 bv tin- cirl
lint . h.n a....ti l. ll.A . mt.m at ll.u
' " ..... u i' ini in .1 imi
jail e-ter lay he deuie I the charge an.
:y he in er raw the girl unt l the
UU.l.t1!i.li lJim. iu waived lamination
l to cou.uut te) to ja I wi l
0( h .lid.
The county i oiiiii.i-i.n1r. w ho have
hren in cai.!i th.a wek are aiji
t noti.'h r-u'ine bunineaa having di
...-l of road matter
ol!i. ra iejv.it
'nnl taken tn the claim d. kt. .'
I ... .
in vu woin.in u inu nji near i..wie
wa allowetl J'mOa moirh a j.auper
ye'er.lay after ii.m.ii.
rainiera" ( ott o Yai 1 4411
Lawrence aiehoiim-. . ti.;sO
llrick iVarrhouae 1"'K)
While A Nail Ii;
lloU-rtxin'a Yard h"
M. Corou .dale ...ltn
Chaps the Skin.
fiLAlR'S FLl'ID Sl'MIlR
Will Heal and Cure il
H ONE DAY.
Sold UNDER A POSITIVE GUARANTEE
SAM B. WILSON & CO
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That New .lull.
A petition w.ia circulated anions the
ta puyera here yeatordny aud uuiuer.
ouly ai.'iied aakiiu the coinuiiaionera
couit to provide for the buildii.gofa
new jail for Uraoa county. I lie
fr.eiida of the movement ure that a
new jail can bo built wilhontany addi-
tional taxation bv iaxiiinK bond aud
creating a iiiklng limn 10 ineei aaiu
houda at maturity. A levy baa been
ma le beirtof .re to meet payment on
the roiirlhouiie bouda mhlch wears
aionired on reliable authority ia am
ply aullicient to rover the proponed
jil boiida. In other woula fi per cent
of die ta levie.J for the cotirthouae
bonda can be act aside to pay oil the
iail loud without any additional tai
levy to that now being made lor tlx at
rcanona und became of the ohviou
need of a belter J.iil aud cnecially for
better rate of the unfoi Innate inauue
per-ou contiutiaily ronliued here be
caiir tliey are crlcl out 01 me any
Ultima the l elili n will be ai a le to
the lourt aa reprenting the eeutiment
ol a nuinher of lea lir. Uipayerawho
luine. ate lauiiliar to eyery one in the
county. It ia uudcrUKl the matter
will come up buloie the court lodny
New wa received here lait nijjl.tof
a killing yea'.erday afternoou at th
home of Kick I'illoii near Cyiie.
I'illott killed Al Kohert in aelf de
f. n-e and at. jilnce l under a f lOo
Imnd at preliminary hearing. l!ol
erta wa a non in law of I'illol and fam
ily trouble led up to the killing.
At the tint ml.
ll'.yi'a npicy faie comedv "A Hunch
oiKevi wa i re en'i.l at the opera
houne lt i.tk'M t . a good ai'ed and av-
oe iativ- audience.
The i.artn were Wi llca-t on Ihe whole
an I the . lay i ri li.nl u. ii .t .in nn
angtial.le lluoUiil..i it. n . linn.' n one
.'fl -in.Miif ai.d dm. in.' wliih waa
well ir.' itr I.
I'lof. P a and a d ouh. ti. of io
cil m inn iaiia till d ill the tune l-fore
thei urt.nn ton and I. twien a" with
aoine Will iln.nu inuni.al loliii'ert
The ori ho-tra wa. c .iiijo.m ol Men ra
John 11. Ihnen. I.ither lav
lor Hardy Newton Atthir Jenkina
I'rof. I'i.ii II v. Jl.t. a d Jo.'
K lfc-e r.toa. have a price li t ad t.lay
The city conn 'il nn l in rrgu'ar e
i. n laat instil .Mayor .ro tnu K. ti
laUir preatding and tratna te-l le
un tal ruiitii.e l..;a lie a.
tirh-r for your CltriMin photo
hoiild U p laced now i a. to get them
in time. Nothing make a more a. cept
able or aj'piopliale pre lit than a pho
to and liolk.dy i an make U tter one
than !ah!grcii. fti-'
Hut one mote we-k reiuaii.a dmiig
whith you cnu t.ike advantage of the
extremely ..w price lor pe-taclca and
eye glannc. ir. 11. II. Smith at 1 1 all's
drug atore haa the U nt line of mch
g Hln ever neen in I'ryan and a ureal
many j-oe are -peak inn very highly
of Ir. Siiiith' ahi ity ti an ei?it o-
tician. He a no haa the annmtallce ol
coui tent opticiaiu of many yearn ex-
perience. No charge for m iei.titlca'ly
tenting the eye.
Cole l'.ro.' lint er I a l'niB!.ed their
contract woik at Clek-e and ia now
ready to ad kin.N ol tir-!ol.i-. r.p.ir
woik promptly. r'Hfinl attention will
lie given to putting up (.... ;t
The Herald will favor ny movement
in tlo county which wi.l contiit.ute
WAid diveiaifying farm uolu. t. We
have been U gii.g foi year the nec. ity
of al and .nmrnt of the one crop policy
t'on lilion. arti not imphtv nig colt n i
(al 1 1 n in price from year to vear while
catt e and inont fHd product are increaa-
iug in demand and r. and they can
le dinp 'w-d of foi canh. Cameron 1 b r-
aid. Martin 111. tile a former cmphiya ol
Ihe Kitty road mil.11.1 at lllllsbor
Tel. hy laving upon the Ira k and IcU
tins a train altiumt isver ills head fr
bin Inidy .
T. I. Wlene died a Shawnee
fiom wd acvldctilal stint.
Takva ti T r in a T's
Chleo. Till No-. 12- On the south-
tioiilid overland tialn Mrs. 'thoda An
gus an np.il p im-.-iik'T. l e nine vio-
lently Insane and was hand d over tc
the loml authorities l.y the en.ln'tiir
Rhe hud n ticket to SprlticheM. Mans
but no nmney. tn her porn skIoii wai
letter dated Collcr.e lirove (Ire. re-
questing conductor to nee her safelv
through to prliH'tleld. Iter malady
developed n npldly nftcr her deten-
tion here teat nhe wan sent to the su-
I pretne court for examination for com
mil niiiit to an asylum.
Calveston Not. 1J Accordlrg to an
opinion handed down by Justice Wil
liams of the civil court of appeal th
city of (ialvcnlnn has the right to re-
cover personal Judgment agnlnnt prop-
erty owner for their proportional
hare of str.t Improvements. Th"
court hold to the decision of the su
prenie coi.ft In Ihe cane of Storrte vs
Corf that It Is within the power of
the iecmliiture to aiithorue cities tc
male tlie met of inprovlng
.tiemoiml Judgment enlnnt the owner
of adjoining property.
Never too Much
'UCtHc to do anything tliitt . atMs to tho foiivoii-
it."". of our iutrons. Our lirst care in that the
best goods in tho market arrive at our btoro. Our
HiToml caro that our prit-cs art1 rilit and fl'li
ciont and careful salesinen look after your nitonU.
Our third is the goods reach your residence
iroinjtly and in good condition.
Fraud Creek CertilicatM IssiumI
the Amount of $!:i7(l l!i:i.
WAS A GREAT CONSPIRACY.
A OMinauil OSI.Ial la UU4 flwnt
UaU mt thmm Tkl Hwra N
. Bm faia-lk I alt4 iau
UraHt Will Sui l.aa.
WaKhlncton. Nov. 11. J. W. Zenele
oi me interior aetiartnient. who wan
elected hy Becretary Itllaa to muk
InveatlKation of the reported Innue ol
fraudulvnt warranta by the government
of the Creek nation hna returned to
Wanhlncton after andlna; about
month In the Indian Territory niuklii
The Invontlicatlon made by Mr. 7.' ne
ley entuhllnhed the fact that hparhw h-
er the irlmtpal thief haa no know I
edge whatever of the Kngllnh lanRiiiiici
and that all th warranta purporting
to have hecn Untied and aliened hy him
were In fact lanucd and aimed hy an
under secretary In hla office. The In
VeatlKiitlon aUo developed the fad that
number of persona had combined to-
gether to defraud the Creek govern
ment out of a large aum of money. The
warrant now known to I fiaudulent
amount to l:i3.0t M.
Sir. Zeneley aaya their fraudulent
character I eatahll.ticd hy Indlxputa
tile testimony. The ilintrict attorney
for the northern uUtrl. t of the Indian
Territory ha been put In posaennlon
of all the facta In the cane and the
partle engaged In the conspiracy will
be prosecuted. The department ha bl
eated about i;n.000 of the bogu war
ranta In the hand of various people
but doea not fel at lllierty to give
their name. None of these warranta
have tx-en paid.
Hie rrau.lulent document are not
warranta Innneil uin any government
ucpoatKirjr tint are nnllnarr warrants
nf thet'rek governnient. I he vall.llt)
or trie remaining warrant In the JmU
Itient of tlie secretury of the Interior
are not aurh. lentljr clearly ent.il lili
e to warrant him In itintoiintiig tlie
money umler this arproprlntlon and he
will report the matter fully to congren
In his annual report and await f.uthe
1 he governnient of the fnlti-d Stnlen
lost l.othlng aud the sefietnry say h
linen u uiiti it anall Hot lie i iit.-e.
no opinion aa to the liability of the
t'r k government touching the fraud
un in warrants ion pn (Mines to nee
that the Ciea Indians are fully pro
WHITECAPS IN OHIO.
TKsjt ! 1n l.lrla Shnai.fallf ta
llica Tar a 4 '..It.. 1l..m
llolgste O Nov. 1 J.-Word rrarhe.l
here Thursday from Oak wood a ham
let I" miles south. if an eutrage pTpe
trated Wednesday night by w hide up
pers ujion two girls. I.illih and ..ay
Kohert. aged 1 and 17 year. Ten
days ago they received a white ap not
warning them to leave the town Im
mediately hut they paid not attention
to the note. Wednendav evening the)
retired early and during Ihe night they
were awakened hy hand of eight
nine men entering their rooms an.
dragging them from their beds In t hell
night rolea to the neurhy road. her
they were terribly whipped with rat
o' bine tails whlih waa found In th'
After tieatlng the two girls thi
whlteepMr gave them ctml of tai
and feathers and took .ncm back to th
house where they were found uneon
clou yesterday morning by Mnp.
punning Mavy. the youngent of th'
two girls la In critical condition het
flinh tiring cut to the hone by thr
A card containing 10 name wa
found tacked to the front door hu
none of the namea are known almui
that place. llloodhoumU were placed
on the trail of the whltccnppera. Im
owing to heavy ralna and the tramp
ling of hundreds of pe.nU aUiut th
acene the animals were unable to f.d
low the acent. No l ther clew can b
Marllw :!? a Trlwl
Pt. liula. Nov. II. Martin Ensley
the son of welt known and wealthv
Tennesseean Was put on trial hefort
Judge lllriel at Clayton on charg
of assault with Intent to kill Chat let
1). Collins a former hotel man
Nashville. He la also charged with
stealing $... HI from Collins and th
roliliery was the motive for Ihe as
anult which took place one night last
June at Meramac Highlands near till
city. When court conveue.l Collin
did not appear and Judge lllrrcl a
Jottrncd proceedings and aenl out i
attachment 'or htm. Judge announce
that Ihe trial would be proceeded with
even If It wa found that Collins ha
Itoalh (SBlalai ll.mll'ni
New York. Nov. 12 The big wonder
ship Itoanoke has arrived In port af
tor voyage of 102 day from Hoiiolu
111.. Hurlng thl voyage on Sept.
Captain Joseph P. Hamilton died from
blood polnoulng The captain wai
burled at mi on tho day of hla death
Captain Hamilton's home waa Ir
Ilrookljm and he owned one-third In
t crest In the Itoanoke. He waa ImiiiI
ti year old and went to ae flrwt
boy hi father having been aca cap
tain tn the old California trade.
Kwsslaa Mlalslsr IWIIxnd .
Rt tVleraliurs Km " Tho Dm
i ilAn mnr fnlted State. M
de Kotscbiio. ha been relieved of hit
pnat at hla own requeat owing to hit
THE FEVER SITUATION.
Host Csms Tnba a rrnah klari bal th
Waral la (li.r.
New Orlnins. Nov. 12 There la noth
ing to reMirt In the yellow fever itltil-
atlon except nllrht Incrcane In the
number of new ram s and ileiith. The
lecord however. Is p Irani cd with little
i-mrrn. The record for Thursday h
New (ami i f yellow fever 11; death
total tUi.ti of yellow fi ver to dule
J T n toiul ilenths from yellow fevir tc
date 2."." lolui cas atinoltitely recov-
ered 1077 ; total cams under treittuient.
The hixi rd of health hn by resolu
tion ahollnh"d all ipiaruntlne of what
soever nature holh territorial anJ
hoime wltlil:) the (ontln.-n of Us Juris-
ill. t Ion. I hl eh m s away with ull
guards In the city and throws New Or-
I'vns open to the world. The board by
th" name re-uiltitlon ull.lm hy the syn-
telll of dlnlnfeillon of Inf.itid holi-
and all bRcage and pernoiial elTiti
from known Inf.itt.l lKalltles
There were thre. new ca.-s at Klo-
niaton. Ala making f' In all nln.o
the ht glnning. One il. uth toil ty. th
flint ilmtli there- y. M Mi Cur ly. ke. p-
r of general ntore and one of ttp
I. mting men of the place.
rroin PMon Itoiu-n anoth. r iae of
f.-ver was r Mirtei - ir. 11 Katna.
S. rant.m i:ant and We it I'sai ag m'a
have a t Ii an re. on) No in w i an s aid
t o deal lis
One cae of yellow fi ver was rei ort-
id from Kd wards.
One new cene. no diath and eight
recoveries wss the report from M ilnl -.
At Hv St Uiuln there wan on. hew
CRim Jonrjih toiilh. Nointh
Only i.ii new se at IliloU ar.d hut
ill canea now under tr .xinieni.
No Dew canes of .-.'How f.vrr at
Montgomery am no de.it'M.
New Orleans Nov. II - No new
cavs and no deaths waa the rhierln
bulletin IshiipiI l.y the lionrd of health
regarding the yellow fever sltuatlou at
1 o dork Oils afternoon
At .Mobile tln-re wre three new
canes Walter C. t'r.i.ihurt and S V
t'nderlik. an.l one colored. On
d.sth. Mra K C. lleanley.
1 ndf t.llua l. r
Wanhlngtoh. Nov. : J lii r-std. r.
has ibtnlod Pa.-d A.Utnt -'uig-on
K iKine Wu'dln an.l 1'unt Suig n II.
I'. Ueddlngs. t'nlted Stst-s i a In
ho-idtnl .r vice for r lal d.ry at
Havana. Cuba for the puip a if unk-
lin; a t .t. teiii.gii nl ltiviit!g iMon into
the cause an.l nature cf yil'o-v f.-ver.
lliene ofllcer have l-n enrsi:ed for
nie time In laU.ra'ory wora at Nw!
Orleans tut as villow fever U dyng
otit In the south It In deemed best that!
tloy h. old continue ihe Inve.iUatl n
at a p'aie wlore pr.r met. ru ny
In- otnainid and tloir work t to be
inrrled on until ibtlmte coin lusioa
ate rea. liel
And Will Rwindin
Oiie 3MEo3?e Week.
During wheih time ho will offer great 1
inducements in reduced prices
Interchangeable lenses in Steel Frames QQ q Pg
Pr. K. II. Siuiih Jhsr Sir : Tlie placs'i' jou flttoj for nio plvc ihp tlit vpry nf rati.fic.
tion atul I viiti't h.iy Uw iiiuvh in jiraise of thorn. The aijjht of my right eyt which you will rr
iiioihIh t w hi nltitosl poiu hn Inrti I'titlrely rcst.ril ati.l I twin very grateful to yon
FRESH GROUND SPICES '"'
ARE BETTER j
Than commercial ground t-jiices wind are of- t
ten altiltcraU'l. My homo jrroun.l are
aUviiyHfrt hh and puro and have lust ii f t!ir f
jiroinatic coiibtitucntH. CimiaiiK.ii Mai-(. NutplU -
AIUpi'p ClovcH dinger
t ...... nt. Vu Vy 1? Kdward llir
kins white. ;. year of age. w
hnnged In hntham at2 !fi p. m. yesier-
iluv for the mur.ler of lr. John lloy
Cabell. prominent cltlien of Imnvllle
llaliklns klllwl Caliell on the iHtter"
farm. :.' niil'Hi from here. Aug J laat.
He waa rovlcted Kejit 21 The con-
demned man went to the gslniws with
firm step hut uttered not word.
Hanklns" lock was hroken Dr. Cabell
was a brother of Oeneral W. U Cabell
who re.ddea ul HaMaa. Te.
Issrrwh ! 1
Kanvn City. Mo Nov. ll-I'real-di
nt J Hurragh. who hat ln on trial
for th" p int wnk at Indi-jM-ndi m e
thargi-d wlih wr" kirn the Kanara
City Safe fieimslt nd ''avln-rs hs'ik
waa found guilty and si ntr."'d Ij two
years In the ital" i nt'enuary. Mo-
tion for new trlii) wa-i nia and ltav
to apply therefore.
The Southwestern Telegraph n(
Teleihone ri.mpntiy n:.s abnotlK-d th
Mutual Telephi tie coiniany at Corsica-J
j na. 1 ei.
I Chide M.irsh Is In Jail at Navaaota
Tei two chargea of assault
Charles K. Powers wa t ".und dead
In l.ed at Kan Antonio Tel. He wa
at ranger there.
The Klmt National bank of Reguln
Tet has len authorUed to commence
tunlnens with a rapltal of IVt.OoO.
A. O Wllllama. nianager of the
Jones Niion Publishing company at
St. I. ills Mo suicided by shooting
Herman Cerken wa abut and killed
by two unknown men while he wa
pn king cotton In a field near Ilrenham
Minn Mary licit hart culclded neat
riatotila. Te-.. by taking poison.
VI one Vincent wa accidentally ahol
and killed at I'urcell. I. T.
lr. J C. lwla wa shot and killed
hy Addle Walker. 16 year-old boy
Bear Klmo. Tea.
A K. Havidnon. auditor of the Kott
Worth and Klo Oraude railroad d ed
ut fr'ort Worth. Teiat.
J. M. Mi Iowell. farmer. wa held
up niar lMnlnon. lexa. and rob'ied ol
a small sum. Highwaymen did the
The Chhkanaw hglalature haa ad-
journed afiT being In session only 10
Captain I'snl W. lUx.Ver waa ahol
and f.itallv wounded hy tenant nn
hi plantation near Oarland (ity. Tn
U C. llolemlii was acquitted of the
rhsrf of noirdiirtng II K. Mi Nrfly at
1 vnl- n 1 .
Martin lib hie. former empkiye ol
lie Ka'v r...id. stilcbbd al llilisboro
Tex . by liMi e nt n 111- tia. a and let-
(Ink a tr.vn a :i.. st a- vrr his .'ad f oar
THE OPTICAL EXPERT
Has met with Great Success
- A JL : .
I i .j.cr &wt ttc. 7
.IK UAltIS DltiOtlST. I
JefferMin City. Mo . Nnv. l-rn4er
n opinion of Attorney General Crow
that fraternal beneficiary Inairinee ..
oclatlon could not writ "er.lowmefiv
certificates" ir "ilnilted payment cer-
tificates." tinr provide for cash urreB-
der Valuea of paid up Iniursnrs pt
Puperlntendent of Insurane 0 U
haa refused to license Din fdlkiwtng
companies to do buslnee tn Missouri:
American I'.enevolent anaoclatron of
St. lx)tiln. Imjierlal Mystle legion tt
Omaha. Order of Washington an4 Uo-
coin of 1 et roll. Acme Fraternal En.
dowment t'nlon of SedsMa. Royal
Hlghlandera of Aurora. Neb.. Knlghu
and 1-adlea of the l-lrenlfre of Kansas
City. National Ilenerve a-aorlatlon U.
Kansas City. National fraternal 1'ivba
of ClnHnnatl and (iiat Aiaerlcu 8k
clety of St. Uiuls.
ratal Holler liln
StephenTlllc. Tei . Nov. 12-ThahoU.
er l Knew rmnun n i a m ainui
mill this county blew up ar.d rau
the death of'
John Hancock. agd SI year. wh
waa Inatantly klHed H wta atteoi-
Ing the gin eland. luAh leg
broken and there were rut In
of head and In left groin.
llop Klmpwon. the engineer had hta
bead blown off.
lien Cook. agd 15 year. pr at-
tendant waa o badly mar.glnd be died
In short while.
Mllea Morton and Wills Cvok werf
also Injured hut the ev'nt of thtli
Ir.Jurbs are not gMrmlnd.
A Texaa and Pacific atoeg trala wa
wrecked tear IUnbrook. Tel. Twalv
car were wrecked and aUitt 71 a)fcU
killed or dlabld. j
No need to Wait
Ai - . -' -
cry truly youra j
Ytt J i. Urown Dalian. Texas.
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Carnes, Malcom. The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 299, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1897, newspaper, November 13, 1897; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth319745/m1/4/: accessed June 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .