Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 257, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 23, 1899 Page: 2 of 4
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Full lino of all kinds of full
dress goods exquisite line
of silks ladies underwear
hosiery and shoes. Also a
full line of staple goods.
We have the goods and
aret selling them cheap.
Call and sec them before
they are picked over.
THE DAILY EAGLE.
ur4 at lb Poalofle at Brraa. rnx M
rood CUm mall Better.
T COHHILLY. FALHIftft CAHMtl.
Malcolm Caaaea Idltor.
Per Wek 10c. Per Month. 40c
KATUKDAY f KPT. 13. law.
Did yon ever spoil a stamped
envelop in ftttetnpttng to write an
addresa upon it? Or have you
lost etamps because they have got
sticky and adhered to each other?
jf o you should know that stam-
xd envelope which are only
SHiiled ly mistakes coininited in
luperscrhing will be redeemed by
the postoflice department at their
stamp value. I'onlnge stamps
damaged by sticking together in
warm weather or fur other cause
before uning may he returned to
the department and their value
will be repaid to the purchaser or
exchanged for new stamps and
(tent by postmasters redeeming
them to the department and records
are kept of them. The regula-
tions are wo think not generally
known at large and their publica-
tion may bo beneficial. Kx.
Notice! To the Colored Tern-hem
of Bra.OH Co. Yon are hereby
notified to meet at the court house
in Hryan at 10 o'clock Hat. Sept.
231 8M. to elect president and
other officers for the Brazos County
teachers institute for the school
lS'J'J- ItlOO. and for such other
business aa may properly come
fore the body.
ChaH. II. Carter pres.
C. II. Moore see'y.
Work on the criminal docket in
(be district court continues this
Will Walker colored plead
guilty to ussult to murder and
was given two years in the peni-
tentiary. John McCallom colored charg-
ed with forgery plead guilty and
was given two years in tle peni-
tentiary. In the caw of Will Jones charg
ed with assult to murder and one
of the defendents in the McCor
quodale case the jury returned a
verdict of six years in the peni-
tentiary after being out twenty-four
Important canes are set as
Cnarlie Robinson October 2.
Andrew Doier October ').
Allen Clark Octoln-r 5.
Will Smothers October 4.
l!aHhuHM frnwrrat Hold
Warm fovention at ISostnn.
POLICE KEEP ORDER.
The William faction Win Out Mmt.
attar the Entire Ticket Adopt
inf the Chirac llalfurra
and Indorsing- llrjin.
After a fre-hing shower that w
had last .Sunday I will try to give
the Katie a few dots from our
I am glad to nee m many letters
from the different communities.
I certainly enjoy hearing the news
each week from our neighbors and
friends all over th county and to
hear what th people are doing.
Ticking cotton is still going on
Messrs. II. L. Hush and T. M.
(Sanaway viritcd Macy last Satur-
day and Sunday and report a nice
There was a croud out at Cotton-
wood Sunday night and wo heard
some nice singing lead by i'rof. K.
W. Thompson. All seemed to
Sept. 21. A Friend
Boston. Poft n. The Democrat!
tat convention here nominated tb
Oovernor--Robert Treat Payne. Jr.
Lieutenant governor John II. Mack.
Attorney general John II. Morrison.
Hevretary of state Harry Lloyd.
Plate treasurer Joseph J. Flynn.
Au-liUtr J. II. KauidelL
The riotous arene and bitter fight
Let ween the two factions of the Demo-
cratic party of this state which charac-
terized the all night eeaaion In the ranaic
hall here in M0 and that at Worceater
the following year were renewed with
great liitternMa at tha aunual conven-
tion of the state Democracy to tba
Mechanic' hall Thursday. There waa
hardly a moment afUr tba epeeche
of the temporary and permanent presid-
ing officer were concluded when there
wa quiet and harmony in auy degree.
At time tb entire delegation were
npon their feet tb meubera standing
on chairs or taMea abouting In the heat
of panaion aonw denunciatory remarks
at tb chairman of th person who wa
endeavoring to speak on tbe platform.
At this time It seemed as though even
tb fore of 100 policemen in 'he ball
would b of no avail. o impaaaioueil
were those npon tb Hour and th cli
max ratue when at th request of the
chairman the captain of the polio ap
peared upon the platform and placed
hie hand npon Conjrremn John V-
Fitzgerald in readinem to forcibly re
move him from th platform had be not
anbnided and allowed therbairiuan to
addrewi and calm the excited aeaenv
Tbe rauae of the tninult wiieh rerd
. . - .1.. i - k. . u ..... . ...
. .... t. .i .i. .i .iriimmohs for
liriore me ooov ai-viuiiK ' ( wun ii j
the atata couiinitte in prenenting a lit
of delegate to the oatioiial corvveutiou.
It wa claimed by thoMi who eppoaml
the i'lra that it waa Ktllt all preced-
ent and roblml tb varioua diatricta of
their conntitutional rlittita.
Theprrxoiialitie which were iBilulel
in were directed aa much aitainat lon-
gre'.einan Kttzgerald a SKanmt Mr. Wil-
liam the party loader and hard name
were called on both niile. Tha final re-
sult of all tbe eonf uHin and diacord waa
the overwhelming pamse of every mo-
tion and report that waa mails by the
atat eommitu and tba election of na-
tional convention delegatea headed by
ItotN-rt Treat I'ayne Jr. and John 1L
The platform Indorse the prinoiplsa
of the lait national oinvention opxiw
the p. licy of the McKinley ailnuiiistra
tioii In the Philippine and declare for
Hryan fur president
Omaha. Hpt. '.'J. The Ilepobliran
state convention here waa one uf the
imxt barmoiiioii gathering even held
by th party in this ntute M. 1'- lUese.
of Uncolu wa iioiiiiniiU d for eupremn
jiidifv 1'. ' Mi iilloii of (Jinalia and
William II V.y of AiiiBWorth for re-
gent of th univeriity em h on the flrxt
ballot The .lit t f r in i alMit the name
a that adopt.! at M Imi in Hm.
Kvrry thii p p'.eai.ar.t ni fx..v
able around out "tr.l. n O.u" a
Cotton id ii'f ee-n. t.i lv 41 1
order of the dy i tb' uvr i rv
It' will not take )a r.i i..oC p'.i
the cotton as cr.p are !.. !t ai .i
furthermore. e U :"-fe -i.t.
pickers and f.vKl aw-Jkirs in i!.
part of the country.
Schools wi;l Kf.n fat'.er lh
tban Ja:. wt.;.h t tr
Yc t'ontn'l r.iliiifly
Our rit'imr are emi!itlr In tlioir rtlon
that our t'aitorla I betler than th old kind .
Try a boitlr .'.'x euu.
No pain rau pull nxlnl our H.IUdoun pl.
trr. .11 uU.
Our lly Oil li tlio l.til liniment '.'0 icn'i
anil 40 rrnti tw.ttto.
I.'iv imr uru i lire ami taku a Hep In tli rliihl
Our lli ailvlie I'iiwIiti ro at aootlilug ai the
patlvr or the rain upuu th riKjf loceulf .
Aia ilrntrllli-a lor cleaning th tieth inl
iwfrU'Dli.K ih t.ri tU uoiir Willow Clitrcnal
10 iniu (M r toi.
Tlio tri'Dil ot prrti rlpUon trade I m-ndlng
It war to KuimcL
llrra. Ti (aa i pUrahtr Ynh 1-'.'. J
Fort Worth Tex. Sept. Ji -Witneaa-
ea in the cam auilint the liegra waiter
at ManiUin 'd. chnrgetl witli murder-
iug tin Mi Keiuio of (ainvil during
tlin aiiiniiier iua dmingrouiii that the
necro was found guilty of maaxUiiKhter
andgivnii one year in the enileiitiary.
I...t.t..l lr Mr.
Himtuville Ala Sept ti. Taint
RM'k Ala ha lf u dnvaatated by fire.
Every Morn except lliat of J. W. Keel
in the south half of the biitine portion
wa burned. Nearly all of the tuer-
chamllit wa lost and there waa no III
aurance on it
gratifying to UacVcr
good nhool- as wc'.l a e.-.1
teiu hers of wl.ii-h we are J rnd t.i
boast arid I am proud to ssy .;r
boys and girls take a f reat ir.WtvM
in educational irk. May tl.e
lime be not far dictant when tt:
hoy and girl in our land a I coun-
try may know and realize the r.i e l
of an education and nanilct an
interest in such a noble woik.
Messrs. Kdgnr Nreley IXv.l
Mi.e nnd Charlie Chaney left lit
Monday for Hryan to attend the
Alh n Academy. May they spend j
a pleasant and profitable session
which I feel sure they will as Hry-
an in a pleasant place and the boy
are very stndions.
There is still a great deal of fit-knees
and several deaths
Mr. J. M. Harron's infant son
Karl died the 11th. May tlrxl in
Ilia infinite wisdom help the
bereved to be T the loss of tWir
dear little one. He is not pne
but only passed into the beautiful
bevoirJ where he is only a heaven-
ly treasure waiting fr the dear
ones left behind.
Mr. Kd Hunter of Martin's
I'rairie died the 13th after an ill-
ness of twenty hours uf ronlestion
and black tundney IVath is sure
and life so uncertain it Udiooves
us all to lie- prepared to meet the
where tbe grim
mounter death knk at our doors
wu are bound to submit. Mr.
Hunter leaves a wife Cither
mother brother and a number of
children and friends to mourn his
es. He will be gjes.tly lued
f.-r he provided well for his family
was a good ne ighbor and a ncm-
lr of the Missionary IUj.iel
church at Martin' I'rairie.
Mr. J. A. Wrvn and fninily are
in our midst t inting relative!-- and
The people around Sola mtuHied
Round I like tin ICth and caighl
rrwire (lh thaa th croud vrmld
coiisume all report having it line
We had a nice how er the I7tb
which was :iiihh apprs-.-iated.
Several of the boys and iris
from here attei..li d sii :;in iti Me
t'ary Sunday the l.tb.
IrVters who lunhl a si liool at thai
place a short ti:no pint met with
the choir. .VI! rejlrt baiii a
Xod time mid nice luusic. Trof.
Peters' histera allso were j.reM-nl
and Mr. F. M. Hell nnI his ei-ter
Mi Klda nil of !ugr Piairit1
They sx iit tl. nighl with friends
and lell for home M onday morn-
ing. Mi-s Hall will teach the Mo-
Cary school this corning term.
Sept. '-.'(). A Friend.
limine for rent erven rooms (food
well servant houee and barn. Apply
U Joe (iruk'innkl. : n
...Clapps Shoes .
...Bostonian Ml-NS S MOOS.
...Arrow Brand Collars.
An- lb I.radrr. In Srw snt Nn.rl
We are now receiving- daily our I'll.! AND WIXTKR
MUCK including the beat Line of J A 1 1 V HTM
MA iTix; uur.N i.i:.xi.iiti mid
DKAI'l'.IIY wliu-ti e would lie pleased to have
von call an 1 etamine.
Illla.1 tip I'romullna.
Waliini;toii. S-pt. 'Ji Tha war de-
partment h:l Inalled a Keniiral or h r in
re(ard to the examination of officers of
the volunteer army an important pro-
vlnlon of wnirb i that vaeancie of
coiid liniiteimnt ar to Is) tilled bv
promotion fiom the ranks of the regi-
ment in which they occur.
Moellja la Tour l uck.
Madrid Sept. '."A- Rear Admiral Mon-
tijo tha commander of the hpatiiidi
liaval forcce in the battle of Manila bay
and who b lawn on trial liefure the sn-
preme court has leen condemned to re-
tirument without the riKht of promo-
tion. Waylaid ami Shot.
Tyler Tex. Hept "i- - leorn Neal a
tiegru living near llrowniug Itt utile
ea.t of hern waa waylaid and shot wita
two load of bucknhot. No arreat have
Ha.aa Out for (Jotarnor.
llirmlnKhaui Ala. Spt Jude
John W. Inzer of St. C'l-tir county 1 a
catididatH for Kvernor of Alnliaiin.
This makes aevvn candidate.
In the old I'ai'linl Church. Your
.Mr. 1-Uli a Minkert.
Mi i Mary Minkert.
If Teacher a.
Mariler aa Sul.l.la.
Walla Walla. Waah Hept 23. -O. N.
Dyland killed hia wife and his brother
Urant and then committed suicide
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN.
Nhort and Quick Line llelween
North and houth Texa.
HOUSTON asn DENVER
VI Kinil. ami Ft. Wnrlh
Via llontloa auit I'll
Via lloiiilon Knnli and I'arl
Hi II AT C. rrwlii-a (.alveaton llomlon
Hrrnliain An.tiu Waro ( ornliana Waa-
harhln. Ft. Worth I'.IIm I'lann Ui KliM
Kheman and lii'nnltnn and lltoi ftt
8. V B. MoiikR M. L. Hombiks
Tr. (11c Manager. O.PcVT. Agt.
W. 8. Wnsos Agt. llonitan
ojTWf iitc m.ikiii tpt i i.il piiccti
And Ii.inc ii new ami i It o.ml line of
To selec t Irani. You ctii savo inoncy by tilk-
Uv ailviiiitao of our jiro.-i'iit jirioc for any
work you liavu in this lino.
I Have Just Received
An elegant line of Nethersnle Silver Bracelets Friendship
Hearts ami Bracelets which I am selling very close for
First-class (ioods. I )mVo a large line of
LOCK BRACELETS IN SOLID COLD.
GOLD FILLED and STERLIhG SILVER. SOLID COLD HEARTS ETC.
My line of COLD BUOOCIIKS are up-to-date I call
your attention to my line of Alarm Clocks of high grades
continuous nlarm. Also cheaper prude freah and new.
Walnut May Clocks as cheap ns can he Mdd. Call for
my new silver Metal Hi.ooiih TiO nU per set laranteed
to e(tii. solid silver. We will en grave free of charge jrom
date all goods bought of us no matter as to price and
ijUimtity we want your trade ami will appreciate same.
Cut (ilass Silver Novelties Watches Me. at the lowest
prices which must he seen to appreciate the low prices.
. M. Caldwell Agt
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Carnes, Malcom. Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 257, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 23, 1899, newspaper, September 23, 1899; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth320269/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .