Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 257, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 23, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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IJHYAN TKXAS SATUHDAY MORNING. 3PTKMI$KK JJ 1891).
Vol. IV. No. ti.'.T.
1'rico 5 CentH
Is one of the first considerations in j!
buying Groceries. To know you are ;
getting the best results of the latest
crops and packeries is a satisfaction J
you do not always experience unless
you get them here.
THEIR m UPSET.
Dwix'n May New Yoik for
for the Ikiwrv (Vliliation.
l-fttttt- arr.tngeiiietita will be mad
when Him .ti ml niin.iimcement in re-
ceived as to )u . intention. Diszr
route northward is eipocled to bt
through Sjh Aut.jfiii and St Louis.
OX HIS WAY NOW.
(all foer Maria.
New York. Kent 52-Mra. Horace
j Chenery. wife of a prominent reside"!
v. uuruiiKini .nanor 1.. eitner mil
or jumped from the Irurth story window
of llotel Majestic and wu instantly
Borne Had Hoped H Would Ketnaln In
the Soeth and (It Naiiibmm
lull Control of Hi War
ship at tli Welcome.
Caliafornia I'm urns 10 rents per pound.
Swift's 'premium Hams and J real fust Vacun.
rlnderson 's Mince Meal i't rails per can.
Cape Cod Cranberries 'J quarts or i'.7 cents.
Harrel 'idles 10 rents per di:en.
Old 'asiion Open KelUe Molasses lias a juaranlee on
every can. Fur sale only by us.
Oebhard's Chilli 'un der fur inulina chilli and lamales.
.Yen t rop rice.
If you waul the led 'phone
GROCERS AHO COFFEE ROASTERS.
win i lartr1
BUTCHERS AND MEAT DEALERS.
HIDES. WOOL AND PELTS.
And Pay the
HIGHKST MARKET PRICKS.
Washington. Kept 52. A dispatch
received at tbe navy department from
IUar AJmlral Howieon is worrying the
! official here.
Admiral Howiaon eutirely uncon-
scions of ttia consternation bi new will
carry to thone who have been asserting
that hit will tint get to Now York until
after the reception to Admiral Dewey
announces in thia message tbat b bat
lft Itarhadoe on tbe Chii go for Now
York. Thii ii tha last thinic the friend
of Admiral Sampson wanteL Every
thing ban Wo arranged to barn Samp-
aon in hiacapaiity a the hero and victor
of Santiago greet hi brother hero of
Manila. Adunral Schley will be in Now
York at tbat tuii. hot in ho official
caarity. Hit will x tlirr junt Dimply
Iw'mu a an American riticin h ha
au liialiabl riicht to ld on th ii do-
walk and ft Ih-wry k hy-
NollniiK had occurred to mar tit
iK'taclfl of on Iiito Krwt"( nutlirr
nd wrli'oniirtK biui hoin until thi di-
quiatiliK now wa rocoivod from Howl-
ton. Ilowimm i Sam;ion nonior and
if b tci t tlu ro boforti th cidrbratiou
b will outrank that oflinr and tak
oiiumaii'L Tho n atl rK ulationa ro-
quiro It. H.jWimii i nitndy an old
frii-nd of lVwoy and would lik tobn on
band whrn bin fro-nd ban hi triuiii jh.
Tho nuvy di'partmoiit oflicial hav
jmibtt d whniirvor thu dan Ri-r wat aiiK
irratod. to Ilowiaor a itiiM-rarr. whicb
CalU for hi arrival on Oct. 5 and hav
ontiliitly rM-lauiwd b will not K'
tbt-ro Iwfora then. ntwitlitaiidiuK th
fact that Hiiwiaoii baa ln ahead of
bin achediiln ri'ht aloii). Thoy ro now
btiaily onifcol in fiirunnc that h
cannot Kt to To kimvilln in leu than
oitfht day hut other Hunk b can do
It raailr in aavoii.
llir. N.w (
Nw irlfan. S-pL 2i. -Tha board of
laaUk report tbreo now caaoa of yellow
fovrr and twodoatha
TWO rlAKKI:T5"()ne in City Market Uuiid-
I115; ami one next door to John
II. Mike's Store.
IJRYAN : : : : TUXAS.
ji j'i ' html awi Hi
i JOHN WITTMAN.
Merchant Tailor ;
Kiipn :l v;i Kid htiuk n( tin l!ct lmportt'il
mill I)iiiu'tic (JimkU fur Suitn or r.mls.
Rcpairinjj ami ili';iiiinj done t rcamna-
Mi" jirn f
Patronize our Home Tailor and keep money
at home. I guarantee m anj pjnish.
shop (yp-sre?s ovTe
' BUT HOmWOOO S SrOeTaT.
New Feed Store!
Wo liuvf on liitnd now ?.). I COUN HAY lino SKKD OATS
COTTON SKKD MKAL and liri.I.S and WIIKAT UUAX thai
wo will d livor to any part of tlm city.
VOOTEN & HARDER.
Sanger Old Stand.
Tolodiono 52. 1
To a ItaailM at Kr Waa).
Ky Woat. Fla. Sopt. 23 -Twonty
four now caooa of yellow fever and two
doatb for tha St hour ending Tbnrt-
All Tralaa latpactaaU
Wanhint')n. Sopt 2i The marina
boapltiil K-rvice ha lieon notifled tbat
owin to the fever aituation in New
Orleana a train inapoction aervice i to
be iiutituled on ail roaila out of the
A Urtai.ni 1'aca.age.
Dalian Sept 22 -When Dr J. IL
Florence the city health officer came
down to hi ofiicw at tho city hall Thurs-
day morning he found a bulky packag
on hn (.-.k. Mo openol it and itartod
violently Thu parkafte contained tbe
body of a wbit baby apparently about
a or 4 week old Tha body waa found
on the dooratop of Dr. J. IL llolaey
neirro dontiat oarly Tburaday morninK.
II" hrotiKht it over to tbe city ball. I'r.
t'lori nre turned it orortoanundortikor
and it wa interred. There ia no clow
to the indontity of the parent of lb
DEMANDS CHOICE PLACE.
Kooaet.il Haene lloa lltrf.r. about II.
raad Arm of Hi. ttulille M.a.
Now York. Sept - Major (ionrral
Roe who will command th national
guard of New York atale at tho IV-wey
land pHrede. baa rnoivod a telfirritin
from llovernor Koowvolt directing him
to kivo tho (irand Army of tho Kopuhlir
cbol.w of any place in tile parade. Im-
mliately on receiving tho teli'irrain
4neral Itoo hail a conference wilb
Mht.t Vun Wyck and Chaitmaii liiii;
Horiheimor of tho plan and acoe com-
Blllleo waa 11. .tilled of the governor die-
patch After pointing out that hi
coinuiittoe uloiie bad the ribt to a
lik'ti place in line of march Mr. iii(-
grnhotuier aaid of the governor action
"It 1 peculiarly Itooeevoltian. It ii
Dioot impudent iinjmtifW and an tin-
warranted interference in a matter that
ia without hi province. I do not l-
liove our committee will tuko any notice
Major (roner l IUm declined to diacuaa
ibe action of Kuovlt.
A Merleaa lallul.e.
NVindom. Minn. S-pt. 2i Two
freight train on th hL i'aul and Oioi
ha road c(dlidel bore killuiK Cngiueer
Kaamuaaen Fireman Stratum and John
Kolx-rtn a trawling man and throe
trainmen wore timnjnrod. The wreck
occurred on a bridgo which gave way
under tho ahock. Fire afterward de
trnred the dehrin. (Vindoctor William
of one of tbe tramn ban diaappoarel af-
ter K'ving conflicting atorie a to tbe
rallere at Chlcafe.
. Clilrago. Spt 25 The firm of Har-
rott. l'ariinio Jt (.'. a wealthy and
inrliientiil lmard of trade concern ha
failod The firm had aold heavily ahort
during tbe pant throe dav. plnuging in
the eipertiilion that the New York tock
painc would reault in a break in wheat.
The shortage of the tlrm U variounly ee-
tunated at from i. Ooo.ooO to S.OOo.Ooi)
buahola of tho I 'ceiiitx r optioa.
Mowl the (Ifflrar Off.
Mineola. Tot Sept. 2A Conatable
Hope of Haliville. cnue bore with a
warrant for a noirro wanted in IIarriiti
county on criminal charge. lie located
hi man in cotton field near bore and
wont out in a buggy to bring liiui in.
The negro pulled a big gun on the ofli-
cer and made him drive back alone.
Other officer wont out. but tbe nero
bad f!d the country.
I'redlrtlee Tbat arae Tree.
BelU'foutaiue. O . Sept -IUv Paul
CuBiberland a colored ltaptiat evangel-
iat from Sidney O in an impaaaioned
a'ldrea at a colored campmeeting at
WaluutOrove Moudayaaid: "I will die
tonight. Soiuetbing tell me au lint
Mie dying I want you all to repent."
lie wa found the next morning tiff
and cold In hi tied dead of heart li-
I'ellllaal f-illea Kelaralng.
San iKiunngo Sept 22. A warnhip
from I'orto Rico with 4) political enlea
on board ha arrived here. The return
of th eiilea arouaed much enthuiain
among the populace. A decne of the
government filing (let . to Oct. M. for
primary election and providing for the
meeting of the electnrial college during
the laat week in (Vtober. although It i
revolutionary action and agaiimt the
oimatitution It ha Wa well leceived.
The government action I ratified by a
popular domonatration. tbe crowd
crying: "IXiwn with the coimtitulioii "
There wa apparently no npioaitiii to
the decree). The oilier-' will 1n tdrs-ted
for a full term of four yearn. Jiminez
is the only-can Ii late for th presidency
of the republic
No f-.lll.iii.nl at I'aea.
Pana 111.. Sept 22.- President J. M.
Hunter of tbe lllinoin luiuer wan in
thi city in company w ith William )
forth proaidciit of the 1.k 1 lo.le. They
held a coiiultatloii with the local coal
0X'riltol III u II i ll leilVi.r to ell. i t a net
tli ineiit of the 'Iriku here taking an n
tiaem thu recent agrieiiiiiit ma lo in tit
(.'hwng.i and Alton uutrict. After n
(Million lanting nearly all day. no Mrc
llli'llt Win reached. I'rciilelit lllllltef
at al en however that lie han hopen of
ecunug a settlement in tli ii.:tr ttitnr-v
Will He lnrll.il In Waililnglnn.
Wnliilirtnll. S'pt. 22 - III iMIiliiH'tioil
with I'rexident Diiin' visit to Chicai-o.
it In elpected that 1'renideut McKillley
will uut't htm nt I'hicago and invite
biai to come to Waehillgtoil an a guest
of th nation. Tentativ plait along
these line hav been rousid'red and
One Never Gets Over! 1
The habit of eating no matter the tpan of life and
eo its best to keep conditions right; its best to use
the food that give greatest comfort and pleasure
that are pure and healthful. Keeping always the
best and passing it along at economical price is
what attrattij good buyers towards thia store and
is the ba.-is of our excellent and growing trade.
JOHN B. MIKE.
"THE ORIGINAL KUTTER."
ltarr.it free Ike Malta.
Washington Sept 21 The postofflee
department baa issued an order debar-
ring from the mail the matter iatued
by the Ei Slave Mutual IU.-li.-f Bounty
and Pension association with headquar-
ter at Naabvilla.
fear Uses Loal.
Norfolk Sept 22.-Fonr live were
lost in the fire which destroyed St Vin-
cent ue Paut' hospital Thursday morn-
ing and four Bremen were InjureiL Tbe
loan is $.'000011 witb only f-i:!ooo insurance).
A eat har A4aaee la Meats.
Chicago. Sept 22. Porterhouse sir-
loin and tenderloin steak went up 3
cent a pound in Chicago Thursday and
rounds and other advanced from 1 to 2
cent. Choice steak ranged from 22 to
2." cent a pound medium IS to 22 and
common l'i to I't cent. The cause of
the last rise in twef i the high price
ruling for cattl on the hoof at tbe ttock
Itaalioa al Argrle.
Denton Te.. Sept 52. A small child
of William Ijtin died in the petboue
near Argyleof mnallpox Henry Foster
and two children are reported to be dan-
gerously ill with the same disease.
There have been no now case in tbe
pant five daya
New Host.m Tel.. Sept. 22. IL a
F.ubauk a prominent planter and gin-
licr hero had his right arm and band
horribly cut and mangled in his gin.
The limb wan amputate! above the el-
tmw by phynicians a ii I he I doing very
Well lit prcn.'tll.
Untight Italian rumor llmnln.
(irii nvilld' Tel. S-pt. 22.--The treas-
urer of Hunt count v now hold flO.OoO
Worth of Italian Countr Ixitidn recently
purchased by order of the county com-
unnnioiinr. A premium of f KKI till 2-:l
waa pitii) for the bond
fr'ogrevlne; firms luillrlail.
Chicago S-pt. 22. - The grand jury
voted indictment against 1H engraving
linns which are alleged to have formed
a combination to control the engraving
busines in the west The pectflc charge
against heui in conspiracy to defraud.
Jeha llMS.gr Aaijallled.
San Antonio. Sept 22. -The jury in
: lie case of John Koonoy charged witb
murder returned a verdict of not guilty
after being out one bour. Tbe defense
fire al T.rr.ll.
Terrell Tel. Sept 22.-Fire here
Thursday dentro; ed five bust nee houseJ
causing a losa of about 730OO.
1. 11. V N. ICxciirslon.
To Cincinnati National Con
vontion Clirirdinn church Octuhor
13-20; ticket on nale OctoU-r 10-11
limit October 23; one fare for round
To Auntin I'nited Paii(;hter
of the Confederacy Octolur 18-19.
Tlckt U on ale October 17th and
train arriving in Austin morning
of tho isth; limit OctoWr 2t.
Very low rat .
Any apont can give full jiarticu-
I. J. Price (. V. iV T. A.
Soe Hudson Si Nail Heal Estate
Agents Ollice Up-Main Over
J no. M. Lawrence & Co.'h
FAKM l.V) acref on the H. AT. C.
rail Mud betaeen llryan and lienchley
in the Thompson creek neighborbcod
know n as the Je-ee Taylor place. Well
DW FIXING New five-room home
and lota near graded school building
the Mri. Mary Mooring place.
DWF.LLlNii Five-room Louse on
lot and a hall of ground in eastern part
d town. Water worki; will ol iplendl 1
water. A bargain.
Dwelling and 5 acre of land in west-
ern part of city for sal eiceedingly
If yon have any real estate to sell
tbat yon are willing to part with at
price that will make It saleable place it
in our band and we will fled yon a
HUDSON & NALl.
Strayed or Stolon.
One bay mare mule about it or 7 year
old about 14 hand high hat a lump on
li ft shoulder. A reward will t paid
for information to recovery of animal.
il2MMH A. D. McConntco.
When in nood of anything in (iroeerifH. Wo will give you
mir porKonal attention and pimranteo :itiofiiction. Our facili-
ties: for handling tho city IniHines are complete
TRY BATTLE AXE FLOUR
At 81 jn-r rack. Proved Mackerel nnd Herring 1 "'''. catdi
Krenli Saner Kraut Kvu.orated Apilo- Cream and I'.rick
Wo al.-o sell Itui-t Proof OatH 30 route a bu-liel c.ih Wheat
and Millet for chicken feed Alfalfa H.iv.
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