Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 3, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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We are selling all
kinds of Summer
goods at cost at
HIE DAILY EAGLE.
aivrtJ t th Fottoacs at Brr'.. Toim. m
Second C'.ua mall malttr.
BY CON'SELLY. PALMIRA CARNE8.
csi iptio rn ':
Pr Vr-k 10c. - Per Month. 40c
THfRSIAY AIGIST 3 IS.-O.
THE BUNDICK BRIDGE.
BIG CATTLt DEAL.
1 BoyaaliU HrMkn I'arrltMM Mr C4.
j IU Mh 41raalB llrH4
at Fort Worth. Tfi An. 8. Uw-rijeT.
I Reynold of Altuiiiy. haa cloard what Is
said to I tht largest ileal Id cattle a nil
' ranch iiMiM-rtT tyrr cr.auimatd In
Till: MAN AN' I) THK CKI:IS.
In mi emergency like that ere-
atel in this Mate lv the recent
ruins and inundations it is a good
thin to liitvn a strong honest
c!e:ir-liead.d willing man at th
head of movements f-r dealing
with the i.rol.leuis and thinner-
rcsullin;.'. It is mire tlun a good
thing. It is a Mossing. Anl in
that light tin work ami spirit of
our level-Lea lc 1 governor have
ln-en of a rally l.eneficent char-
fhe Hayden-Cranfill controversy niter. He hul cveryl. ly's confi-
has brought iho lawyer to blows l.llCc. and wa tht ieforu all the
or to giving the lie which is the more u-eful. II..- has never falter-
same thing as a Llv. Iloth ! wearied or di-pliyed any weak.
are pounding the cause of Cnris-1 ne-s. We do not want to lavish j
tianity ('ixd and hard. (ialve.tin adulatory pmi-e on him. He
Tribune. i doesn't want it c ither nt least we
' don't think he dies. Itut he hat
An orticcr of one of the volunteer ..rtaiy j.. right man in the
regiments in the I hilipjunes ri;ht vhvn mA Ttmn. .rvics j
write to the Associ:it"d l'ress that tt !ii h will h- gr.U. lully and de-;
the revolt in the archipelazo may ' .rvuy .a y M Wmi(
lM.romj.ared to a revolt in Mexico 1 M ft)y ..;. h nWn.n ;
tnit eompie-t. hy th" I'nit-d -. lu:l'U(.r v -.uld -ay more
State. The Kili.ino- he says.1(Ut lhu ;-n )llLri (;.! u
eMtial tlie Mcxicwis in intelligence i( ;i (.ih)li .( 1(.u.i..:(l. Mlil '
and their numbers are H.IXHi.Uii) ;n ;l pIJV(1 ;llVl.rlr
to l'JIXXV KJ in Mexico. This i j Say ers is that mm V. Tri-i
un apt comparison and will pi ve : u1( j
Home Idea ot the Me t tlie ele-
phant for whi h we paid Spain
JO.OOO.OOO (.UiVe.-ton Tribune.
Something Iut lin Done
Once to liiiprme the t'ro--liilT
ttt Thin Point.
A centlenian who was here ester- ! ' uirk' L Mr "ernoiihU purchase!
... "hi- ! f'.r th flri'v' KeTtioM Itroa. of Albany
day front Ilundick prairie in Madi- t . i.
1 fr-ou It.-'llarJwIck of tuts eltr. jshj
son county raiiea on ine r.agie hell lf T.attla at head in
and state.1 thai the Uunuicic
bridge twenty-three miles north-
east of llryan is still in an impass-
ably condition as a re.-ult of the
flood and the ford is not passable
with anything like a heavy load
the banks being steep ami boggy
nt tlie water's edge. The bridge
is loose in the middle ami settled
down in the bed of the river.
About half of the bridge could be
used in its present condition with
slight repairs. The remainder
would have to le torn to pieces
and rebuilt. Our informant says
all the cotton in that country came
to liryun last year amounting to
several thousand bales and the
people want to make this their
market again this year but they
cin't get here unless something is
done with this crossing. As a tern
porary relief and to make the cross-
ing all right at low witter our in-
formant says "crossways"' can be
put in at tlie banks for a small
cost. ThiJ much if no more should
le done at once and the repair of
the bridge should be made as early
as possible. The gentleman who
called on us thinks the bridge could
be made passable for about llui.
Mist (ifrtru le Nail liaa gone to vi-lt
n m I
ji Km 1 net's
UII Play Itruiu Today.
The following is the personnel of
the Navas.pta ba-rlmll club which
TT.TTji expects 1.1 go t. r.ryan Thursday
'"""".i I to cross bats with a team of lys
! 'jin that city:
"'j1 Mirx Ilynian pitcher;
' j' .h.hr Kennard catcher;
' j' Lewis Miller tir-t base;
Koss Steele heron.l base;
"jj Kd Kasley third base;
' 'ji Wurren Kussell shortstop;
1 1 Ku-ene Lowrie left field;
Hani K.-dford center held;
li"d Wilk-rson right Held;
Suinpter Forrester sub.
arc liar.l to fnul l.nt if
this is what you ant look-
ing for we are the people
who can supply your
wants. e have
Try FiTiiilah- jrratetl pine
apple f'r your Shcrl't.
l'-nit!a!i' Strawl.crr i e s
for ice cream. They are
just what you want.
Hume I'ate- are the
tiling foi lunch a line
assoriineiit to select from.
rhuliiiK n'0 y ralve. alm all thr
li..r-1-a nn.l urtvwvim"iit4 ou the Utter
firm's ranch at f'O.omi.
Mr. Heym.M.t alao purchased the John-
on V Hohlin and the H (). LochhAti-
en ranches in Iterea county near IV
Co City at f.'o.iSMi for the ranch and
improvements. lunded in this trade
are IIHH) head of stock cattle the J.rop-
ertv of JohiiMin A HoRhlin at 17 jnr
li. 1 1 inchi.lin this year's calves and
hea 1 of the IjiM-hhaiisen Mock ct-
tie at (17 per head munliMtf cnlvea
In addition to t transactions Mr.
ltcyiiold K.iuht from I'rowlcr Ac Oar-
rett IikNI head of stock rattle in Uives
county at f.'iX
The traiiaai'tion ennineraU'd will
reach f.'.'si.iHsi and are the auhjert of
much talk in local cattle circles hy rea-
aoii of the agitation aiuoiuf cattlemen of
the f .:ir i 1 i 1 1 1 y of the Irving cattle
r at 1'hiwl.iw.
Ilaiuptoii Va Amr. i ThiiKt tin-
Jsirtaut developm-nt in the yellow fever
situation was the dlacovery of three
rasea in the town of I'hoehtia. adjoining
the soldiers' home. 1'ollc. llian Joseph
Maatui it one of the victim and the
moot remarkable feature of hi raw is
the fact that lie believed be had yellow
jaundice While walking atn the
streets he was seen l.y Surgeon White
of the marine hospital service stationed
at Hampton win. at oiire pronounced
the disease velloW fever. Ir. White
ordered Policeman Mastin to return to
his home which was jiromptly qnarau-
timd The other two victim arc old
aohhr-r who were found in a saloon.
They were sent to the hospital at the
home. The are the only case that
havelssn reported at I'hiM-hua although
uoitiy rumors regarding the diiwaae have
been in circuhitii.il.
!:! I-OR INFANTS AND
IM ClllLDKLN. l'lomotcs
llr'cstion. Chccl (utile
j- j Ket anil iculatcs the
' St. .m;u li and l! cU "f In-;-.
l'ants. I'rii'e :s-' a bottle.
s i Emmel's
spcciallv adapted for In-
e f .itits and Children. Price
t i I li new military (Minimnv in DrtM-Mi i
of organization here held a meeting.
last ni(-ht and it u :is oMina'ly reunited
.jl that ill the reorgaiiiation of tlie vulun.
teer guarJ now in progress it is the'
policy of the state to iirst consider the '
claims of old c'oineanti'H especially I
those participating in the Spanl-h-l
Ameriean war. The number of guns
nuil ii tutor in ut tlis ilisposal of I he
state it was further umioniiieil me
st present limited ami it wits thought
that the chances of a new company for j
obtaining a charter are uniuilgln in
view of which the meiiil ters of the com-
ps'iy decided to put in no application
at this tiine
N Cures (
c a bottle.
If you desire to place your son
in a training school where he will
receive thorough instruction and
where his every interest will be
carefully watched npplv to
J. II. Alien
It. 0. Allen
hmperor r.'einleil ju.v
tin; tiling for ice.l tea.
Chase it iSanhorn's
While and Uel (jloml
Cheese on ire. All these
k'oods are fresh and the
hest. Thonc Km'..
Iiiiirlanl llflit lluur IWrlaloa.
Washing.on Aug 2. The navy de
partment has rendered a iUi-ieioii eon
atruiug the H-hour law. The command-
ant of the Washington navy yard
recently a-k. d authority to s riiiit the
oontr.n lor. who is building tlie new gun
hojs. to etiijdoy hia workmen 10 hour
per day urging that the machinery was
ling stopp.'d and the Moor Was Is-ing
damaged by exs.siire to rains. The law
lTimts tin-1 iiiployineut of workmen on
ifovi'miiiciit wi.rks for more than H-
hours per day "only in a case of estrii'
I ordinary emTg ncy." The judge adv.e
: cate holds that the case as retsirted can
not Is regarded oa one of eitraordinary
emergency ami the proper reiueoy
would 1. to employ a force of men in
rehiva bv which means the work would
be iix-dit.d much more ellc-tively.
henalor ( lark Met Sara.
tut Angeles Cal.. Aug. 2.--Senator
W. A. t'l.irk. who is in tlie city stated
in an interview that in his opinion there
is uothiiigsureiiUiut William J. )!ryaii'
noiiiiiiatii.il bv the lleiiiis ratio tartv at
! its national convention. The senator
ai-o -aid that he is nut sure aUuit silver
I lieing the great issue of the licit cam
paign although h. -till calls liimseir a
i.imet.iKi-'t lie U heves to it certain
exi. i.t in t n. iii-ioii und f els that the
j v.ar in the I'nilippiiiea must ls earned
ou until tlie 1 uipitios siirrenui r.
iMalh fritiit Slri-ltnlna.
Nacngd.s hes.Tet.. Aug. 2. -('lit J.
Wluttaker died here from a do-e of
hlryrhiiine. taken with the purpow of
sulci 1-. He left II IIHt teleb r letter to
his young w ife who was at home with
his neither saving that financial re-Vers-s
Hlid business disappoint Inelita led
bllll to do the art
Water Turns.l On
Italy Tel.. July I. The Italy Water
company bus turinsl on the water and
this city How enjoys the privilege of
pure artesian water. Tim business part
of the town is supplied with lire hyd-
rants uUi hydrants and watering
trough for public ue.
S.1.1 III! W.M.I (lip.
ItrownvviMwI. Tel.. Aug. 2. Richard
t . rSellman is lu irom nis .Mel uiiocii coun-
Ityranch weighing up hia wool clip
) which he has sold for 17 cents p-r hmiiiiI.
) Tins is the highe-t price paid for Texas
1 1 woo! for the last seven or eight years.
I Hero of Sau .laelulw llvail.
llaird. Te.. Aug. 2. A. J. llerry a
survive r of the battle of Snn Jacinto
j was killed le-re by his team running
. awav. lie was tjirown under the wheels
! of his wagon and so badly injured that
ha lived only it short while.
Knnlitil Italia ami llolilisil.
Tyler Tex.. Aug. 2. J. E. Stepp a
well known carjs-ntcr of this city was
knocked down and rohled in this city
Saturday night. Tim highwayman se-
i i. i- 1 !s in mIv.t and madu his escape.
CiHtperug riant llrslrnvail.
Little K.K-k. Ark.. Aug. 2 - The plant
of the Little Itock C(M.s-rage company
in Nielli Little HiM'k. was destroyed by
lire ut 2 o'clock this morning. Loss
alsmt $o.oKi; insurance not known.
Annual llnll.isos Mlln
Waco Tex. Aug. 2. Tlie annual Ho-
liness meeting will Is-giu next week on
the Apiell grounds live miles south of
Waco The attendance will probably
it n t?
The trade territory of llryan is a big thing ami the Special
Edition of The llryan Eagle mid Madis..n ille Meteor got-
ten up for circulation throughout that tcititory covering it
entirely und going into homes in cciv community therein
A BIG THING
Part of the Edition is now in press containing much inter-
esting matter regarding llryan as a market und on varit.ua
other subjects and many beautiful adxettiscuients that in-
titc trade. Kesidcs the big number to be mailed out to
various communities about 2000 copies ill be distributed
cut of confed
erate derails belonging to Camp John (J. Vallcr which
gics the mini n and a tine write-up of the Camp.
Everybody knows that the reunion is
ANOTHER BIG THING
and the cterans and their friends wilt picscnc these papers
and vour ads. will he of lasting benefit. If not in this
great id-page special edition ring up The Eagle oflicc or
send fur our ad crtising man and
Qef in f.
Mr We ale making -pcci.il pikes on
And L.i ic a 111 w and 1 legal. t line of
To select iroiu. You c ut .lve nioiiey ly tak-
ing a'lvatita.' of our present j. rices for any
work you have in this line.
Butchers and Aleut Dealers.
We Buy Hides Wool and Pelts
riarkets under Odd Fellow IJuildinp; and next door
to John 1$. Mike store.
VfVnVfffSVWIvivmii if iiiviiiii ivivwv ffowfj
nlisn 7saimirs au..rud.
Havana Aug. 3. General Ludlow
military governor of Havana has sup-
pressed the scurrilous Cuban nuwspapsr
My ice wagon is now running and will
DELIVER ICE to any part of the city.
-I AM AOKNT FOR-
MAGNOLIA. AND LEMP 15KEIL
1 T.ijhoiii in-i.
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Carnes, Malcom. Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 3, 1899, newspaper, August 3, 1899; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth320230/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .