Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 257, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 23, 1899 Page: 3 of 4
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Talk is Cheap!
But it pay to buy your Groceries where yon know thev ere lrehet
It is not hat you pay It I what you get for what yon pay and any
article you buy from ut that doe not mine up to unr guarantee and
your riecUtin we will consider it a favor fir you lo report eame
promptly aol t will gladly urban it or refund your money.
! THE TRANSVAAL WAR.
' Chaae StnVfru I oatt aal Tea
Fera.la! IUk.-4 tti
Nrw thlpmrDt Miller ttory I sketaail
Frvth premium Mi nl rlrraki!
Ne Maekaralaixl rmh Cl.b.
R4 and While (IockJ lluwtmi !-.
cf Winn dim o town rail at onr store aul inspect nur goods.
CLARKE & DANSBY
II. AT. C. Time Card Itryaii
'ortbboand No 1 12 1H p m
oulbboond No i 4 .03 p in
'ortbboand No 3 2:07 a m
oothboond No 4 1:44 a m
A O. N. Time Titblw llewrne
lo. I leaves 1:16 a m.
.0. S leave U .(A a. m.
10. t leave :t:M a. aa
No. 4 Ware 4 :tf p. m.
( SITWtk HKASSS AMD S AKTOXIO.
'o f leaves Hcarn 3 10 p. m.
Ko. 10 arrive at llearne . . .1 1:V a. in
11. ft T. (!. Tlmn rattle Untrue
No. I arrive . ri..V) p. iu
No. 3 arrive.
.2 4W. a
H LOCAL M;VS.
R. i. Tabor went to Houston yester-day.
ShenlTNunn Iff I yesterday for I.e-
Try I-emp'a celebrated Culml.achcr
Miaa Maggie Williams who lias been
viailinK Mra. T. P. rt'ooten return! to
Cat lurll yesterday.
K. K. Royell of College Station can
avt you money on fruit and ornament
treee Read hi ad In this psper. ill
J. W. Johnson (ieu. II. II. Stoddard
Sam K. Henderson V. II. Iludaon and
J. I'. ricott went lo C'alTrt yeaterday.
There ha no Service at the
I'nabyli-riau Church tom.rrow(Sunday
on account f repair cm the church
Fieali mid lfer and lunch Woolen
Walla aoda water a wayson hand at V.
('. MurtVi n it door to haun ter A
JohueonY 1 7 1 1 f
For accident and life insurance ait k
or fnueral bnefl' either in lodge or
raitfti t life ''uiarii. ee Joe H.
lire. I. He a 0 ell tlniir. tf
Mailer Stanley Kliott of the Coltou-
W I wo-"I nentii ix)ni'KM i iirouaoiy ir
Q I hini'ion 6year.old f'.tton picker
tha county. Ileph ke-I ioi poun
col on in a day.
1'ivina aervicea havinic le n reaumed
at M. Andrew't Kiro.al chrui h yoa
are mr liaily invited to attend tha aaiua.
Uev. lltrlirit K. IViarll V. I). I.. I.. D.
...The liest Fittlnz
...The I5et Wearing
...The Best Looking:
HHoE KVF.B MOLD FOR
We have just rccrivel
NEW FALL STYLUS
thii itlflir.itctl sli'ic.
' it I1T I 1
da o( II I.I.
J. K. Mathiaoflha ICelianra neuh-
Call r..t Letup a l.tll.l Im aniltaka (Kr1() M ie.aut calli-r at the
ootl''- 25;' ll.ua oili e yeaterday. Mr. Mathia
Ju!(fe V. II. Nail li ft yeaterday f"rjtl amtfortia Wititl made to get a
Zonula I poatnlhVa in li nei)hlrhooi.
W. II. Mi-Michel a hereeitetday j Mr. II. K. I'evetly annoutuva that he
tm Mit iliaa mt withdiaau Iron tlie rue
Tvtt. John A. MiKjra aent to llouaton t' (Vuua Mipervia ir of tlie Ninth d a
Lauf ti.e ini liini-t. at Carr'a Hard-
ra itore. . d'f.
Mra. P. T. Tooka retim ed fn'tu Aua
IW aura yoa g'-t m i ' x beer and
( .1 . i ... i
r return to John I'. Onlee t for in-
For Kale My re.idome. Apply to fir1Mi edin to rat-over) . .V
.rge K. Tauor.
Krar( rstcaa Ara Habig Aatlta
frrarailoa at fratarla.
Pretoria. Sept Tl Tba atacotira
eouo'd .at uLtil 3 o'clock Thurlay
A telegram containing rrenidont
Hteina reply t Hi r Alfred Milner.Rritiab
bigb coinmimioticr of Kouth Africa waa
A largft order for Uonwa haa baaa
girn in t ranga Fre Ktate.
The field cornet aay in tba event of
BiohiliMtion. I'X") man will ha avail-1
bla at l'retiina alona.
It It r.' r 1 that tha aiperiment at
Znrfontein with locally mannfactnrad
dynanuU gun. reanlting in tba gun
burating. though no ona waa injured.
Hrlllab ('altlaat Caaaall.
Linlon. Sept. 'iX A cabinet council
tM held at 1.' tOocbxk thia afternoon.
A Urga criiwd aembled about Down-
ing afreet early in tba day. Tha cabinet
nmiiater wera loudly cheerwl tba mc- (
rotary of atata for tba colonic. Mr. I
C'bauitierlain iwaiving tba lion'a ahara
aliar of applauaa. J
When tha cabinet went into aeaaion
no new development in tha Tranavaal
ituation had tlanapirad. Dinpatcbea 1
from the Capo oontinua to ba of a war-
like ton and von-eJ tba indication of
tha Jir.tuu mntingeut again! the
Oranga Ire Slau and Afrikander at- (
; Tba cabinet lunatiiig ended at 2: 40
p. ni. Tha loiniatora were chaeretl a
they cam out of tba foreign office.
Nothing trupi."d ragalihnx tba action
' taken through tba general impraeaion
inad waa that a rigoroo Una bad ben
I Durban. Natal. Sept. 23.-Rfagaea
from Rartjerton oompla'n bitterlvof tba
' arrogant of tba field corneta. Thay aay
that Hntnh boya I J year of aga have
( been placed on lit of ouioinandering.
I Hoar Will Make War.
! London. Sept 21 -Tba Pall Mall Oa-
Eett publihel a dixpateh from Cape
Town which av it It atated tba lJert
bav given a guarau.ea U their aympa
thizer in the rang Trm Htata and
Capa Colony that The Tranavaal will be
tba flint to make war
' Mere TraefM lift.
! Roinbuy. Sept 2-J -The remainder of
the Nineteenth lluetar and cavalry
atafl have ail.l for the Cutie. The cot
of tranptiiig troop mntigent to
South Africa i eattmated at i4 Ki.iN).
PitUburg Sept. 22. -Hy anaiploaion
' of molten metal at Schoenberger a ateel
work fonr men were dangerously In-
jurttl. The eiploion wacau-d by tba
overturning of a Udleof hot metal.
With its heat ami lut an-! .learth of edible i now about to
hrt-ome a tmniory and Motht-r Karth i rrealing Uforo you
her ample harvest feat. Your table may now become an ex-
jitinent of tlie wonderful fac ility with which science and art
ran eroup nature lraure. The Orient and' the Occident
and every none that Ik:k the globe have contributed their
choicest jiroductioiia to the i-omplenient of our stock and we
are ready to fill your orders with alacrity and skill.
Oat Meal Cracked Wheat
Swift's Premium Itreakfaal Bacon and Ha;n
Ilice Potatoes Supar House Molasnes
Maple Syrup Johnson's Butter
Coflecj Tea Cocoa
Anderson's Concentrated Soup Franco-American Soups
Heviled Crabs Shrimp and Lobster
Herring Trie Corned Beef Veal Loaf
Cabbage Corn Tomatoes French Peas Mnshroom
Sour Sweet and I i 1 1 Pickles Mangoes Olives
Variety of Sauce and Condiments
Salmon Sardines Chipped Beef
Libbvtt McNeill's Canned Meats
peaches Tears Nectarines Apple Jams Preserve
JNO. M. LAWRENCE & GO.
AT A RAltfiALV.-Ursioa bottom
farm conaitting of :"0 acre of laml well
improved and in g'od state ol cultlvS'
H ill Tab IMIicm Kar.
Allahabad. Uriti.h India. Sept. 22. -Tha
Pioneer print a dipatcb saying
negotiation hava been concluded by
(Jreat Rntam for taking eaion of
Delagoa bay on Nov. t.
Waihington. Sept 22 The war de-
partment ha received the following
cablegram from (ieneral 'Hit regardit.g
trict a- ftnle-l in a pai i-r publisliel at farm. Tins farm can be had at a bar-
Murlm. Mr. iWiiy Is still sn srp;-Uain. llnd.n A Nail
cant. t Real Ktate Agenta.
tion. lla aufficient timlier for o-e of the military ne of church propt-rty in
place. Mutted between I.ittl and I the Philippine
Rig lra. risers Known aa the Avert
' All kind of tine millinery vnrv cliean
at Mrs. 0. M. 1'roctor. isltf
' J. I.. Stark and Oliver p'tatk ere
Jjere Iroui Macy ycaterdny.
I.einp't Culuibschrr beer i tlie kind
you ate looking for.' Try it. L'Vi
Kditnr Thomas F. Martin of the l en-
- terville Democrat i In tbs ( ity.
J. R. Smith John Lloyd and Jim
Tobiat were here from Reliance yeaterday.
Al (i. Kield the famous minatrel
man who will be here again this set-
eon it doing si'iue smooth advance al-
may Ii..v ca t. l.it. -r. i.ewari " Cowand. Kineat I'bildi-rs. JohnCain-y
T. J. Keif r Robert .-eari y M. Nal
Waller Mdver . I.. Mc.ill and oth
Mr. (iuv M. Brvan. who i travelinir rl. re here veiterd.iv from Mdin
i roi. jono A. .vi Kire na re.ov- Klln)N.. ajih bi ilatu-liter ha.
red from au illnets. written a numl.r . highly entertain
i Smoke Metropolitan nirars sold at mg letleia to Irien.l heie de-cribmg
t:ioeitou looii. ilif. : the worll f.imoii i!ai e he ha viaited
lie tiu f inei moil I ana eiio "11 I .11.-
I eauce adverti-ing. Amongother thing"
iiituiiutte.r.iur. . . .. . .n.lonie
Mr. R. II. Seale of H'-ni'lilev hts juat hinhlv roloritl folder. Ilia coininny i
rect ie.I a car of lour year oi l m ile I bier an I U-tter than ever before.
Imiii hi lati' h in t'alho m County and ('ba. 1-linhtirg'i restaurant in the
ia now buy lirtkiiig them lor wort
The r.agle tepoiler never taw a ulcer
lot of animals. They are eJ grown to
their aw"" and should make g hm! work
A hou-e to rent apply
to W. T.
aVav-pn-tty Liliull Hj-l.itt mh 15c and 35c.
ar Pretty School Satrlu-I- nil Mylc nu'. 2c. 25c and 3-.
aViJrPcncil l!oi- 5c.
IrjTlVncil and Ink Tablet-. pretty colors 5c
Zei nati blot k It now open day and
night. Regulal meal Wt cents. Mmit
order Itiuchrs at all hour. tl
LOST A eoli I ailxer fork with initi
als 'M. II. 011 li.iiiiiii-. i.eaam lor re
turn to thl i.llice. 2"0
The frethnec and purity ol linp's
Uer make it tlie popular lieverage
Call lor letup's. .'.V
Wa ter M. bang general machim!
Csrr's Hardware alore. rhone4l. Utf
3J0 pounds lndretht new crop tin nip
i-eeds at Mawhinney's. Oc-tS
Drink Mount Vernon Pure Rye al the
Kipoaition saloon. 1oT
Show ruse fo- sale. Apply to J. W
Opening dale sales for trains arriv
ing at Dsllss ept. 11 2S and not later
than H p. m. Sept. fare $2.40 limit
I Sept. :ut.
Sept. i'H to Oct. i"J-fare H.ti0. Limit
Sept. i'7 to Oct. i-J-lare (I lCi. I.im-
i'ed to duts following date of rale.
On sate for trains arriving st DsMaa
Sept. 'M and before noon Oct. lat
limit Oct. 1st
Oct. 7 and Mora noon Oct. s limit
Oct. 14 and Mote noon Oct. 13 limit
Oct. 21 and befors noon Oct. 22 limit
Fara$i.40. W. 8. Wilson
Referring to your cablegram of Sept.
1 1M will ntat that ISchtirche in differ
! ent l -litie ar ocrnpied by United
' State troop. Four are only partially
! iM-rtitr.e I and n-ligion w-rviiv are not
Strsye.1 or Sb.len-tin brown 2-year. . M.itthew. P. II. Ma'tl ews. Fill- interf. r.-d with Al- thrrn convent
II partJer-eycja umuarke lno brand . . . fc. .. 1 .. jlm :ih are-ciitied. Thew three and ten of .-
hh fa.ed will abort crumpled l.orfi... . 1 1 .. rAs . l-.i the IS chtirche were formerly ofrnpie.l
tiy in i!iurt:erii. norcu j.rt 1 7 ib
r... tcl and protected by our troop "
Flllpla loirh a Trala.
Msnila. " -pt. 22 -A party of intiir-
gent ditcii.-d a railroad train a mile
and a half onth of Angeles and then
ooi.h lire upon the derailel ran from
a b.iinl) thicket cIihmi to tbe track
killing two Aiueri'-an and wounding
live other. Lieutenant Louie and five
of hi ".-out who were on the trat.l
ma le a vig'Tout defense and caused thf
enemy to th e Sis dead retw-1 were
afterward found in the thicket from
which the reN-l lira came (ieneral
Wheaton with 1V companle proceeded
from ( alulet to the relief of the train
but hi service Wera Hot needt-l
Marlaet llsarh Msalla.
Washington Sept 2A The naval d
pHrltneiit bat received a rablegram
fioin Admiral Watson announcing the
arrival at Manila of the marine under
Major I'.lliott. The force will proceed
at once to police Cavite and vicinity.
Tweatr-alalk late Allaal.
Atlanta. Kept. 22. -Sis companies in
eluding Colonel Hardon and beadipiar-
ten of the Twetity-iiiutu regiment of
t inted State volunteer have started
from Fort Mcl'heraon barrack fur San
Ftani-iscoenroiit to the Philippine via
Meridian Sim-vcport and El Paso. The
remaining sis companies will leave at
the car can be ubtaited.
Ilarllngloa I harck lluraad.
Ilurlington. Ia. S-pt 22 Tba flnt
ItKi.iNtJ atone editice of tba tirat Congre
gatiotial church waa burned bere by s
tire of mvRterioti origin. Tbe building
had been undergoing repair during tht
ni-miner and wa to l occupied for tin
first time for several nmntha neit Sun
ctay Tbs entire interior of the church
i wrecked including a fine pipe orgat
ami msnv a:ained irla windows. Tbt
o is estimatetl at 4n(KS. with bnt
t.':l0oo Insurance. Th building will be
reconstructed at once.
Klarirle Car M'rrkt.t.
Carthage Mo. Sept 22. -An electric
car tilled with pAssenger ami running
at a high rate of speed jumped the
track at Prince's curve a mils from
Carthage turning ovcron its top. About
20 persons were iujured.
J? Soap TalK!
IX) YOl KNOW how to jtidefc a pure :ip? A oap to be
just riy;lit must le;te the k'u as before usincj and to do this it
must be neutral no excels of alkali. Wc hac made soaps es-
pecially toilet and medicinal a study so you take no risk in buy
inj them of me no higher than elsewhere. We have jnst receiv-
ed a new stock of delightful snaps including Crushed Roses
Crushed Lillies Crushed Lilacs Crushed Violet and the well-
k'in La Tosca. These goods are the very best and cannot
help please the most fastidious. Come to see me when vou need
We cb not try to impress the public how cheap wc can pre-
pare a presctiptinii ; rather how well how true lmw accurate.
Our prices please too. Bring them to nic and the result will
tiring you back again.
Bet? S. ftjead.
When you want seed to plant you want the pure article.
We keep them in stock and you can depend uiton them at all
times. You tflK no chance of Johnson grass seed when you
gel your grain trom us. We have in stock and to arrive the
i$&1rtcd fflust Iproof ats.
Wheat ltye li.u ley and all kind small grain. We are head-
quarters for Alfalfa mid Bermuda Seed Havens Food dead
shot for chicken cholera and the tinet condition powder for
all kind of stock. We handle the SING TOY CIIINKSK
CHICKKN POWOKK which will destroy Lice Fleas and
Mile on c hicken. We are also headciuarters for BAGGING
AN! TIK" and pay the highest tnsrket price for cotton seed.
We deliver (Cotton Seed Hulls to any part of the city from one
hundred pound up. Special inducements to the country
people for hulls. Come and see us.
C. jV. 1MOOHE Brynn Toxns.
HE II WICK HAY Oyster
Served in any style.
Candies Fresh Fruits
hijjklaiiiiaaa' 2 Uit V it '! a ifiiLiljuii
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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. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth320269/m1/3/: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .