Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 257, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 23, 1899 Page: 4 of 4
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When you want satisfactory Laun-
dry fend us a postal or 'phone tin
and we'll get the bunllBnl return
it when we promise it to you. If
it is not sutic factory don't pay foi
Two door south ot Ki.han. hotel.
Or postal brius ear lm
One more lictwccn
Fort Worth and Denver.
Bi'tlmilnf A mint 1.1 lb
New Ful Train ol Pull-
Bu buA af Car. will
on "Th. Denver ltoa-1" ss
h.ratofor at HI . a.
.1 1 p m Ui tint Ujf -on
aers retch Denver In time
r full I'.rllrtiLni siMreu
A. A. GLISSON.G. A.P. D.
D.B KEELER V P. AT M .
Tb. Ft. Worth 4 I'euTer City Railway
FT. WORTH. TEXAS.
Can be Ohtninvd at All Hour
Bryan Water Ice Lfelit and
Harbor Shop is the largest in
Hryan. Four chairs-no wait-
ing. Shave 10 cents. Satis-
faction guaranteed . Next to
Dunn it Daly's.
NEW QlTY BAKERY.
Fresh Bread Rolls
Cakes and Pies
Delivered to any purl of
C. (JH1ESSER : Proprietor
Two floor lxdoff Webb Bros.
II RnamblH Besallpa. bnl rayslelaa
Vaaale la liecMe.
Springfield Ma. Kept ".'J. A sign
aling th board of health andtb doctor
of Springfield. For some tint th epi-
demic waa called ctuckeiipoi. and mini
of the physicians still luaist that It is (
only a malignant form of tb disease. A'
majority of the doctors of the city hav
com to t tie conclusion that the sicklies
in etaallNx. Several prisoner in the
county jail had the disease and the
county physician reported to the peni
tentiary ofliciala that it waachirkeupox.
The penitentiary authorities ref used to
receive prisoner from the jail on thia
account. Th jail baa been quarantined
and some new prisoners have been sent
to th county poorhouse for safekeeping.
The school board baa ordered that all
children Khali tie vaccinatel or sent
home by their teacher. Tb doc
tor. are all buiy vaccinating th chil
dren. While Mayor Hall doee not be
lieve that the diaeane ia.niallpoi. he ha.
ordered that all casee be reported and
quarantined No one haa died and but
alight sickness attend the breaking out.
Some of tbe doctors .ay that the armief
of the lat war were full of the disease.
and that it la what waa called in south
rn camp the Cuban itch.
Aitww rareiga t'erparetlaa Law.
Little Kock. Sept. Si lp todateonly
2imi foreign corporations have complied
with the act of the la.t legislator.
whn-b require all uch corporations do-
lnt business in the state to file their ar
ticle with the secretary of state pay
ing therefor tbe regular fee which i
ordinarily fJtt. All corporations which
failed to r uiply with the law by May
IB are violating it by continuing in bus-
iness and are liable to prosecution and
a fine of not 1 than tltsai. It Is niadi
the duty of tbe prosecuting attorney to
see that tbe act is enforced They may
now til their articUa and be exeuipl
from penalty for pant viobttiuu but art
inviting prosecution by a continued negi
lect to do so. It waa estimated thai
there Were at It-ant NW foreign corpora
tions doing business in tbe atate.
V.aiif HrMvgraeaa la Trouble.
Little Ilock.Sept '.'..--Walter Itidloy.
a well known young man of this city
and his first cousin. Mum Mattio Davis
aged 17 years eloped to Pluiumer.vilU
and were married The girl's fatbet
sworn out a warrant for Hidli-y for en
tiring a minor from home anil placed it
iu the hands of Countable Nowlin. whe
went nn to l'lumniervilla to effect his
arrest Later the young bride waa re-
turned to her father's home. Ilidle)
h is subjected himself to the penalties ol
tbe law against the marriage of cousim
auil mar also be prosecuted for faUt
representations which he mad in or
der to secure a license.
Ilodjr launtl la a Ho. Tar.
Juliet. 111.. Sept 21-Thu ly ol
Salvatore S-clfn was found in a box cat
In this city with bis throat cut from eat
to ear. N-elfa waa unknown here and
it is aupNiiHtd that be tiiiiio from Cbica
go anil was murdered by tunica for hit
money the body beiiiK thrown into a
bin car. A letter waa found in hie
pocket addrecd to ilM South Clark
atreet ('hicairo and had Ui-n redirect tl
from Chicago to Kaat Chicago Ind.
where be evidently received it. Xt
clew to hia aanailnnta ban lieen diacov
Tha ICvnior A haul t'urraet.
San Francimo Sept. '."J -Definite and
reliable iuformiitioii from the eant seta
at rest the rumors about the aulo of th.
Crocker estate holdings in the Southern
Pacific stock and ends the eeculatlon a
to the purchaser The Crocker share
numbering H-tX'XH) and valued approxi
mately at (IUi)in)uini have been Itought
by a syudicate headed by ('. P. Hunt
ingtou. The other outside holdings are
also said to have been purchased by the
syndicate in sufllchnit amounts to se
cur to C. P. Huntington the abardutt
control of the Southern Pacific railway.
Oil.' till. Mrliuloa.
Washington Kept. 2V. Th cabinet
meeting took up the subject of Chines
exclusion from the Philippine and dis-
cussed it at soma length. It was decided
to ask (ieneral Otis for definite infor
matlon as to what had been dona eap
cially in regard to the particular com
plaint from the Chinese minister that a
hipload of Chines had been stopped.
Otis will be asked to give reasons why
thia action was taken.
Hnlrlila lu la III Health.
Jackson. Miss .Sept. 22-Claib Whit
ing. an employe of the postoflW hare
committed sticicide at bis parent's home
by shooting himself through th head
with a pistol. He left a note attribntltm
the act to lad health. 11 was a son of
W. A. Whiting aptnuiinent merchant
and one of the first to enlist in the wat
t'lra al Vers.
New York Sept '.'2 Fire here de
stroyed the coal snd kindling woo!
plant of Mencken V Willi n brock anc
the plant of tbe T.ast Hiver Lumliei
company across the street was al.
damnced. The total loss will exceei
llarrl.oa fur tlnveraor.
Chicago Sept. "j. Mitvor lliirnsoi
will rim for Kovernor of Illinois net
year. His decision was snpsised to r
rnitui secret until later in the season
The mayor ave the news to William J
Hryan lust Mitunluy. .Mr. Hryan win
so eager to express his satisfaction t
three or four Illiuois IVmocrnts that hi
opened the leak
Msedhaill Mill Allvs.
Flatotiia Tex. Sept. 22. Lain reKirti
from Mtildoon say that Mr. iedhaui. y.Mrs in the penitentiary. He was giv-
who waa waylaid and shot iu tho back en four yea.a for a cas of burglary v-id
by a wouldbe assawin is still alive but I two years for theft
is dangerously wouudad '
SHORT ON COt
Ultra la th Teatral WM Taabl ts
I Meal lb Wlai.r'i Saaal.
r-i. i c . . . . . - I : . . I
.aiLBil. Mjn. Ai-niT'iHiu io pre" .
I ent indication the central went tbiil
winter will experience a coal famine
tb Ilk f which never before haa been
known in thin aection of country. Pros
perity it i said will be the primary I
cauae of t'.ie famine. Ordinarily at this '
aeaxm of tb year the latlroad oompa-'
niea rupecially IbtHie li.e Hue con-
nect tbe east and ceritrsl weat derivs
their greateM benefit in transportation .
of.-oal from the eastern field f this 1
ae-tiori. but under tbe preaeut condition .
tbey are unable to provide cars for th
nauiing oi i u inei owiiik hi me anpreo
leutel hatidlliiK of other and more
profitable commodities. I
Under ordinary circumstance. th 1
lake carrier are viiKaiced iu carrying
coal from the vaat to th weat and j
locking tbe (treat bunker for th win
ter supply but in the aummer which
eud. today they bav had more than
tbey could do to haul other things which
contributed more generally to tb ex-
chequers of tb various companies.
Coal mine owuers in th eaat bav
pent a noticeable xirtion of the Iat ail
month in trying to aeoui aceonimoda-
tions for their shipments but tbe rail
road companiea even In view of th
fact that they operated with greatly in
created eulptnent hav been nnabl to
oblige coal men. Kailroad tariff ot
th fuel have been advanced and then
am atmnK reasons to belisve that befors
very loitK they will lie aent op .till high-
er. At preeent when under ordinary
circumiitaniva tha winter anpply ol
coal would be in the market bin. then
ia comparatively little to tie bad on
abort notice. Th inability of tb cou:
miner to get their wares on th mark
ta and the general advance in freight
rati- will aerve to make the fuel uiucb
dearer this winter than ever before ac
oor'dinf to a cualyard oMrator.
S'eur Vlrllnia Ha l-'ar.
Macon Miaa Sept. '.'A Cornelitit
Triplet colored waa nbot and killed at
hiugleton waking tbe fourth victim-
two whit and two colored -resulting
from tbe feud raging in that country.
The friends of Paul Johnaon brotbei
of II. IV Johnaon. the man killed with
Ed. Triplett Monday were 1 ere Thur.
day laying in a supply of arms and
ammunition. Indication are that tliu
party intend to take tbe law Into theit
owu baud. It is said that Paul Johnson
was to have been killed instead of hit
brother and that tbe killing of the lat-
ter wan a mistake.
Hath Are lad.
Stamping (ir.itind. Ky. Sept. 22 -Ai
Tom Siuthworth and some farmen
of Harmony Ky. wi re returning from
I ieorgetown county court Svuthwortk
wua rather disorderly paasing through
Stamping (irotind. and Town Marsbai
Duke it is supposed undertook to ar
rest him. A number of shots wer beard.
Southworth received several shots in
mouth and fai-e. Duke receiving on
shot just lielow the heart. Iloth iner
are dead dving within a few minutet
of each other. It is uot known posi
tivaly how Duke wa. shot a. South
worth's pistol was loaded all rutiud when
Mich Child Abaadaasil.
Dayton. O Sept. 22. A tweyear-oId
boy. who is severely attlicted with hy-
drocephalus was left at tbe Ixiard'.Hg
house of Jesse Smith on the west side
by an unknown man and woman. Mrs
Smith agreed to take the Imy to board
for a few days but when she saw how
the child was afflicted she refused to re
cive him. The stranger placed him in
her anus however ami. in company
with a woman drove rapidly away. All
efforts to estalish the identity of the man
and woman have been of no avail. The
child ia iu a serious condition and wat
taken to a hospital fur treatment
A Msd Caw.
Marietta 0. Sept 22. -David Shilti
Started home with a cow tied to th rear
of hi. express wagon. Tbe cow became
infuriated and charged on the vehicle
throwing out the occupant. Mr. and
Mr. Shilt a were both badly bruised and
a 7 year-old boy wbo was riding with
them bad a hole crushed in the top ol
bis head aa large as a half dollar. The
piece of bones were removed from his
brain and be will recover.
kalarglag latt San .laolale.
Galveston Sept 22. - Order bav
been received her for tha erection of a
one-battery quarters. I'M men at City
Beach just uorth of thia city where a
battery of two eight inch guns and eight
twelve inch inorter. ar now Hearing
completion. There will lie six buildings
and tbe costs estimated at $.10 ("J.
Slipped Oa a llaaaaa rl.
liucyrua. O.. Sept 21 Will Ray
niond of Martel slipped on a banana
peeling and fell striking his head on
the pavement. Hi. skull was fractured
from top to base nnd he will probably
Mllllaaalre (all Is man liaad.
Denver. Sept. 22 -- Charles X.Whittv
man. the millionaire breed. r of llure-
ford cattle with farms in Kansaa and
lexas Is ilead at Ins Iiomn here or a
disease of the stomach. He was t'.l years
liiu IIuk fur I allfurala.
Hillslsro. Tex. Sept. 22- . I. din Scie
field has shipped four carloads of fat
hogs for tho Uis Augelea Cul. mar-
kets. There have lieen over 'Jo rnrloads
slupd from hern to Califorui.i since
llnrgiary and Th.lt.
Hoiihiiin Tex. Sept. 22. Clayton
Wilson colored was aenteuced to six
i-rtt orrn sa.
Mayor !-. U. II. HarriaoB.
Ma'rehall.T. I". ltoyctl.
Pet iilT Maribal. H. II. Smith.
S-cieUry and Tiea-nrer lleury
City Sexb.n II. II. Jouc.
Coi.alable. C. 1- Baker.
Aldermen: K. ti. Tabor. W. S.
i lli. io
Jno. M. I-rerie Walter
precht A. J. Uncbanan.
w. Ii.h.1 Hoard: C. A. Adaina. ex
.r.pi1.nt m; j. Al en Mvera. ee. .e.
ury. j)r j w ell. M. II. Jauie
M r'.rkri pr. j. I Fountain II C.
Baptisl-I!. D. Wilson par-tor; Ser.
vice a everv Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:15
p. in.; Sunday achool H i) a. m.; pray
er-meeting Thursday hiibt.
Mi-thodiat J. . ttxhrsn pselor;
S-rvice 11 a. m. snd 7 p. in. Sunday;
Snnday whool 9.-W a. in.; Kpaorth
Uagtie Sunday 4 p. m. ; prayer-meet
lug Tnesilay night.
St. Andtew'a Kpii-copal licv. IlerU-rt
E. lioweia I.. 1 1). rector. Holy
communion first Sunday in tbenontb
Services Firet and third Sunday In
each month morning and evening and
also morning of fourth Sunday. Other
Sunday snd each fifth Snnday the rec
torolliciatea at Xavai-ota.
Pre.bystcrian J. I). West pastor
Services morning and evening 1st 3rd
and 4t'i Sunday in each month; Sunday
achool 1M5 a. m.; prayer-meetiny
Christian J. I.. Andrews paMor
Service. 11 a. ni. and 7:15 p. in. Sun
day; Sunday achool thfi a. in. Chris-
tian F.ndeavor 3 p. m. Sunday; prsye
mecitng Wednesday nlg!it.
Free Coui'iitinion Hapiii-t A. M
teart paitor: Serviiea everv Sun
day night in each month; Sunday
school 10 a. ni.
St. Joseph' Catholic Church Father
Pclnar pastor; Masa at H and 10 a. m
Sun Antonio Italinn Catholic cbun-h
Father (iuidice pastor. Musa at
and 10 a. rn. Sunday.
Hryan Cotton Seed Oil
Chance president; M. !
Mill J. o
t ole vice-
president; A. D. McConnico secretary
F. J. Fountain treasurer and manager
Hryan t'ompn ss I'r. J. W Howell
president; W. K. Saunders vice presi
dent; II. C. liol'inson secretary; It. S
Webb treasurer; Waller Wipprecbt
t o mv lOfH KHS.
Ju.le A. (i. Hoard.
Cletk.U. W. Mi-Michael.
Attorney ('has. S. (inlner.
Tax Collector J. J Adsms.
Tax Assessor It. M. Null.
SberitI T. t". Nunn.
Tirs'iirer A. W. lliicbanan.
District Clerk J. W. Halts.
Couitnissioner : K. J. Dcens. a
F.!g" Kelix Phillips P. H. Arnngton.
Hratos Camp No. 1(V W. of W.
Meet second and fourth Friday niiiht
in esch nmnlli. V. II. Johnston. ('. ('
Joe II. Reed clerk.
I'.ryan Tent No. Hi K. O. T. M.-
Meeiing riiifbta lirst and third Monday
each month. J. H.'Mawhinnev.C.; Joe
It. U.-ed It. K.
Hryan lHlgeN'o. lil Home Forum
Meeting nights second and fourth
Wedue-day each month. W. T. Jaim
prea't; Joe 11. Iteed financier.
Hryan Idge No. )()! National Aid-
Meeting night firat Tuesday in eac
mnth. W. W. Cirifbn. prea't; It. W
Ivanlioe Commandery No. H Knight
Templars Meet 2nd Tuesday in eai
month. A. M. Ithoiles F.. C ; II . (i
W.T. Anslin Chapter No. H7 K
M. Meets third Monday in each
month. X. H. Cole. II. P. Joe li. lieed
Ilraioa Ixulge No. V A. F. A A. M
Meei fourth Monday in each month
Dr. Paul M. !UysorW. M.; D. C. I.
Brasos Ilge No. fit K. of P. Me.
first ami third Tuesday in each month
K J. Jenkina C. C. ; D. C. DeMan t
K. of It. V S.
Vulcan Inlge No. 37 A.O. U. V.-
Meet aecortd and fourth Thursday in
each month. A. W Hollman M W
W. J. Walker recorder.
Hryan Lodge No. 10.12 K. of II.- Meet
first and third Thursdays in each
montli. J. A Myeis dictstor; A. J
The Kagle carries a full line of the
following named legal blanks and sells
tlirin in small (piantttie at the prices
i noted. For Isrger iiuantitis. i all ut
Fsgle ollice for pllt-ea.
Allidavit to Account . .V
Allidavlt to any Fact .V
Hill of .-ale .V
ltoiid for Title .'s-
( lintel Mortgagn rM
Crop Mortgai(H .'s-
('oiitraet for Sale of Heal Filiate ric
Deed of Trut lu-
lled! U'airanly (all cash) i
Deed Warranty Vendor's l.ien . . . Hk-
).-ei (iuit Claim iir
l'ower of Atinrnev . ..'h
Laud Nolo with Vendor's l.ien :
Itelease of Dewl of Tri'st v
IteleiisH of Vendor's Lien .V
Transfer of Vendor's Lien. in
Pronilsory Note .1 for .V
Ileal Fatal Leases l(c
llltlMi I S YOt'R
EAT GOOD MEAT !
Y. F. WAI J.ACI-: ''.is purchasc.l the
V. l TK ANT MaiUct. the NcweM. L'lcaiuM uml
l.cst Meat M.itkct in tottii. ami will furnish
.it ALL TIMI'.S. W e ate ill ti titiiiu il M th this ami
the imlv w.iy we can aflmil toil" it i to jet the
Money tor i-etv pmiiiil we sill. To ih '!-. w will
No exceptions in f-'or "f
sulu iteil. mi tlic l asis of
uriM n SAUSAI'AUILLA is unsurp.ieM -s for u rprinj;
tonic If ymi net-il a pnml liver pill try JAM KS' ANTL
I!-1 on eaith. HEAT POWDER. MOSQUITO LOTION FLY
PAPER. BED BUG EXTERMINATOR. BATH BRUSHES.
SPONGES. TOILET SOAPS. PERFUMERY. ALLEN S FOOT-
New Line llaiiiiimcks Very
Best Pdssenger Son ice
4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4
"So trosbl. t. Mis.r ftNtiou."
2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2
St. Louis Chicago
....tind the East.
Only Ust llaaaleg Thraagh
Superb Pullman Vrttibuird Buffet Slreperi
Handtome New Chair Carl (teati free).
IHKICT I.ISf! TO
NEW MEXICO ARIZONA
Oiwrslur. al Msfnlllctnl Nc Trsla
"Pacific Coast Limited"
CM1C&0 IT LOUIS DALLAS PORT
WORTH LOS ANGELES AN 0
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L. R. thohm r. p. Tt axia
WPra luiOiilliurtr. in 1 tm t ui t Iji.
t ALIAS TIX.
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(puis 'oi i mi pre
low .itiil they arc lxuiti.1
in co. Wholesale .-mil t
irtail Staple uml Fancy
t hars ejiMi4l l.nuulry j
SOA1' fin I Cents is a " I
s.ittiplc if our prices.
mmia Ml. niynn. inu
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.'til'oi!v. 'oiir l iiitics
o nu ats at fair prices.
W. J. WALLACE.
"iTH iiii want
Water backs in Stoves
Fitting up Rcservois
I . '"' ..
X ' " r "Turn ni tinin a .imimTnisii .
1 1 Imi(. All work nnnully iloiit'.
f M P UCCklAM
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