Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 71, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1900 Page: 4 of 4
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your tiritiUir't lfe is to
Many of your
are itfttitif thoee elegant wife-
aviug wife pleasing
.uo nioner In".
iJw .ifee heahb
Tber will tire wrb. fur wilb a Mmirrr
as well a j-rli fled II ptMr to do
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finest III 1 1 made e like
Jtirhiolntt "'" liH"r'""n
you cub imnllj '"' eavea a
weakly. o !" woman
Nr hiyrier in pile" than the
Jxx-k-eiib-'i- I refer to Mr. W
1 Coaavl'r. ho baa tbe Aral
one of Die e'egant Drop Head
Nrnref automatic ever brought
to lirran. Noiarles ami the
litrhfe-t running machine on
earth. 8ol1 on easy pavmente
or reasonable disrorint fir cash'
f 10 1)0 allowed for yiinr old ma
rhioe. Kltlier kind of mtrKn..
left at tour limia fWirial. fail
or aem! for me
O. L. Miller Salesman
BE GOOD TO YOf RSEI.P uii gno4 to
your m-iu). Whon jro tr-t a f rlf nd
to hlkx girt hbm the bi.
! Ui bavonitto ror yoor f n-nd tnd for
you. Hold by J. U llrn IlrranT-u.
Dan's New '
N"it 'liK.r ti f:i: 'liif n Salfvn N.
j4tnU OUI mU'W mtvit ( mmkI Wfirll vlll
Shave 10 cents.
Hair Cut 25 cents.
Child's Hair Cut 15 cents
TUY tiii-: ni:v
Frcsh Bread Rolls
Cakes and Pies
: ;i: I Ess Kit
to any part of
Two disirs below Webb hru
l.rl Vunr frr.li mtl f all kllliln l
THA NTS 01.1) KTANl).
Beef Tork. Sausage Ktc the best
that can be bad always oi hand
Yours to please
DR. PAUL M. RAYSOR
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offices aver Jame Drntr Store
denes pboce 13U
Practiced"' of Bryan
S JXTKODI'CINO myself and
n.- f feel ma. eiiur
Oateopatb ri' 0 he nleliK'lC
.Mtionahln jnetii iiair
rl.imt (or re'nition on purely scientific principle. We are adver-
tied by our reeult and we hold out
cntne to antagonize ny claas or school of practitioner. We ask onlv
I m t-imi ami a r wlllir. t
a wir "i"iuK vi ?uuum
What is Osteopathy?
It is a mciiiiH of rurine dixe
without the lice of drug or the
knife by uinR the Pingera to re.
move tlie prtfiire on nerve' nr.
leric- ami vein". o mat the nrc u.
lation of the tlui.h and kh"" of
the Uxly will be rentored to a nor
Il i bael on an exact knowi.
edjje of the anatomy phyamlogy
aim t hemiKiry ot the Inxly.
1 1 i not our t)tirpofn bi wenry
you with a len(ihy tiestUe on the
inerita of Osteopathy as we prefer
in let our reiuiu epeak r r u.
Oa-te-op a-thy p. Originally
from (ireek o-teon a bone and
put hoc culli-rimr; but now of much
Legal: " -yntem method Jor
cience of healing."
Hictorical: ' Osteopathy was
dim-overed by A. T. Still M. I).
I). O. of liahlwiu Kan. 174. Dr.
Still reasoned that a natural ll.iw
of blooil in health and that dineaxe
ia the ellect of hwal or general din-
turbance of blood that to ex
tile the nerve ratine the mii'i-lc
to contra and to coinpre venoti
How of blood to the heart; and that
the bones could be uced a lever
to relieve preure on nerve vein
and att.ric." (A. T. Still.)
Technical: Osteopathy U a sci-
ence hat"d on a comprehensible
and tlemotiNlrable knowledge of
the ttiructure and function of the
human mechanixtn. Ity mean of
manual treatment twculiar to O-te. !
opathic practice it make use of
remedial resource within the body
itself by which in ancordam e
with organic laws nature i able
without other help to recover from
dieae. 1). O Diplomats or Doc-
tor of 0-teopathy.
I This science depend upon the
principle of anaiomy ami pliyci-
olngy for il results ull the cliemi-
ca f.irce of the body being Util
l.fcl. It N a tcicntiC svstcm
treatini; diseae without the use of
dru or a knife but by the cor-
rect adjustment of the Isitie and
their a 1 1 it i btnen'.s. and through
them other part of the body may
perform their function in liar
The O-teopnth by scientilic ad-
jtiNtiiieiit and skillful inanipnla-
.ion. adjusts the machinery to
t ii KI ii li trHinu of ortnm (tf hi 1
lu.ds forces and substance per-
utiooig .o u.e . r.enis iMo
nature to rebuilt) and restore to
Should not le confounded with
Swedish Movements Massage nor
yet with Faith Cure or Christian
Science It is none of these nei-
ther is it mysticism. It is applied
common sense founded on a mas-
tery of the matter motion me-
chanic and physics of the Ixidy
by trained hands and brain.
Osteopathy a Science and an Art.
Is based on anatomy and physi
ology. 1 here Is nothing supernat-
ural in manv of the wonderful
cures that have been performed; ; m"' Bn" fur.-s In the
thevarebllt the logical results of j l"'ilitude o patient who are pat-
tin' proper adjuslment of the parts I rt.i.ing ( )-teoptly t the present
of the In!v. The body in Jiorinal ! t"i"' l:"r" lir" "( '"ur-" """"
uly 111 Jlnrina
condition is regirded a a faultless
piece of machinery construct-
ed by the Matcr Mechanic anil
when the part of this Wonderful
piece of hie haoism are in their
proper place acting in harmony
one with another we enjoy perfect
Argue that every bone vessel
nerve and organ in the body ha a
distinct duty to perform. When
the constituent of this wonderful
mechanism jM rforui their functions
in harmony the result is ease. Hut
when a bone i misplaced or nwin
ti) abnormalities a nerve is un-
hinged a vessel clogged nil on.Mil
irritated a nerve center starved
and muscle hecomu congested or
unduly contracted there will soon
be made manifest a condition of
disease. The Osteopath by skill-
ful manipulation frees the chan-
nel through which the lire forces
and fluids are conducted and by
tit" science of Osteopathy to the
explanation mar ie necessary.
of the public and need not the
promoter uxieopatn nase tlifir
no false inducements and (hi not
io me common-sense Vermel ol
doing o. rff-K'U a cure which i
ino-t likely to he pertnnnent (Im.
it i" performed in accordance
iib the hi-.va of nature). It htriken
the ibuhb and not merely at the
1. Kye. Kar and Throat. Persons
having defective eye will find
this treatment remarkably elli.a-
cioiis. There-nits obtained juaii-
fy us in asking you to iiivrtii:ate.
This i accomplished without
medication instrumenta or pain.
(Jranulatcd L d. Weak Kve As
tigmatism Deafness and all throat
"In eve ear and throat work
Osteopathy ha nci-oinplitiied some
wonderful things." (h. II. Pratt
Special attention given to throat
trouble of singers and public
2. Heart and Lung Pneumonia
Incipient Consumption Pleurisy
Irregularities of the Heart.
I.iver and Kblneys Uright's
Disease Diabete JaUlollCe lor
pid I.iver (iiill Stones liilioiisness
4. liladder and Urethral Di
eases. Stricture Knlargcd Pros
tate Cystitis Incontinence of
5. All Stomach and Intestinal
Disorders Catarrh of the Stomach
or llowcls Flatulency Dyspepsia
Jmllgestloll Lolixtlpatloll 1 lies
Flux Dysentery Fistula
(i. All Dislocali n and Di f.ir-
unties nip ami J.nnl i'i-ea-es
Spinal Curvatures Dislocations
and Sprains Miff Joint. Atrophy
7. Nervous Diseases (so-called)
Neura-thenia Headache St Vl
tus' Dance Sciatica Insanity Pur
ahsis Agitans Locomotor Ataxia.
all form of iNeurali.i ami Paraly
sis. Hay Fever.
S. Oeneral Disease IMieiima
tisin Asthma ('atarrh (ioitre Kc
zema. Itioncliitis Wry Neck Kn
larged Tonlls l.n-s ot Voice Cer
ebro S;iinal Mniit gitis Milk Lef-
Varicose Veins Krysipelas Scrou
ula. Coll Extremities. Dropsv.
.Malnutrition Lumbago l.agnpix-.
!. Diseases of Women Irregular.
Painful Suopre-ed or Fxce-iv-
Menstruation I.eucnrrbo-1 1'rolnp-
Treatments Not Painful.
Treatment by ( Mcopnlhic metn-
od are sometime slightly painful.
' 1 1 lii ill r M htai-f ! ki.li-n.l i ..1 I
es-j(.rtl M lo (h(.
i ..f i .... UM
j 0le0rtliv stimulates (he svm
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I u'-ts upon the capillary circulation
ot the entire li Hiv. J h nuiounl o
stimulation which can be given
tin) capillary circulation by the
method employed by the Usleo
path is simply surpri-ing. The
fact that relief can be allorded lo
many cases without drugs ami
without an anaesthetic und with-
out the knife und at low rates i
inlluential in attracting to the
treatment multitudes of sullercrs
who are seeking for the easiest
least dangerous and cheapest pox-
sible deliverance from their nil! ic
lions. While there are many bril-
Uies. liul iis a klioW le.le of e
p siliilnie of Osteopathy spreinls
among the people among iloetors
and amonir Osteopath themselve-
proper iliscrimiiiMtion will !
m ule ami the piartice of O-teopii.
thy will assume its proper position
in the list of remedial measures.
In the meantime Osteopathy is
not to be ignored ; it i net to be
laughed at; It is hot to he perse
filled but it i to be inve-ti'ited
studie I and appreciated for its ex'-
It fr. ui'iitly happen that per-
sons who have tried every other
known form of treatment for the
cure of disease of many years'
standihi.' hearing of the results
obtained in many of our cases
come to us expecting a like exper-
ience in the same length of lime.
It i not reasonable to expect that
all diseases will yield with tln
same degree of readiness and wr
desire to impress our patients with
the necessity of our advice heinn
fllll.U.l I.. I. ... I ...
il be the lime required or the form
of treat ti e it. Our ouinion igivn
: honestly and lth a view to the
restoration to health of theindivid-
(U.d seeking it. If we do Hot think
.your case come under Osteopathic
treatment we will tell you so.
There i not so much in what a
doctor says he will do a in what
he d(s; therefore we try to lie
up to the piomisea made and to
merit the confidence of our patients.
Idealizing the fact that t!m w.nl.l
i full of scheme and Worthless
device that are without merit we
ask you to carefully investigate the
principle involved in the science
of Osteopathy a we candidly be-
lieve il to ls the greatest blessing
ever given to the humtn family.
Osteopathy has cured many chronic
cases which had tried eery other
method without avail. In view of
this fact we point with pride to the
farge H'rceutagn of rase cured.
We lieneiit at lea-t ninety per cent
if all chronic allections. iind seventy-live
per cent rejoice in abso-
lute cure. We feel that if we cou'd
have treated these disease in their
incipient stage a could show
still more Haltering results. A
Itona tide Ostenpath doe not claim
to cure every disease. No one but
a charlatan will promise a cure
before he has made a thorough ex
animation. Some cise come to
u after having lost all reactive
power. Such case we cannot bei
elit and we frankly tell them so
We are willing to let our work
speak for our skill. That is the
greatest test of any proces and we
do not fear comparison with any
class of practitioner engaged in
the art of healing It is but just
tlmt O-teopathy be given a fair
trial from a cometeiit Osteopath
who ran show proof of prepara-
tion before condemning it.
To tho-e who wi.-h to know
more of Os'eopathy and especially
those who aro sutlering Irom sn
scute or chroric disease we extend
a very cordial invitation to cad.
If you cannot call n letter will re-
ceive prompt attention.
C. L OOBKN D. 0
(Jraduate of Dr. A. T. Still's
American School of Osteopathy
But Kill tad U.4 Many la
bin. Ion. fi b - Lord I! Wt" lut
uf i'J fell ed and wmoid-d olliivr. iti-
vluihlig two K"iifH. III the eligii
lunula up to Sunday with no report
lo eaaiialtie a III' il. if lioli'-'ilion's-iona I
utlli ei and private'. sti;n'i the iib-
he all I iin-. s iniiel y. eiTiy an la
tlix i.lli'Hfs hst iifilli-r Ilia ln--sof
tlm Wil-li and l!ssi fit ' if i-o t nor
thosA of lie- in-1 1 1 ti i l iiif.m'rjr r in
eluded 'I Ins I tlia l.oinl.i r Itnt IhII
I I '..lioisii wli-ft His leJe niiiiiil--l'i.is
ollneia and nirii I fulfill II. o total
to s:mi Moiirelsd
Il la Ciinsid T I slrnny licit vhn
eiidiiiiC lo la-iiilli-s l.i.fl l.'i.li rts
piv mi iurormatii.il as t i lh r-s'ilt of
Ilie lilitliiK If ha lis it nli i in
poll lli war i llii . williii' l lin:; it
Moievi r. ii it It i nt; Is kiiorrn as to ivlist
tiMik pi. a Monday. 'l '.ieaUy and Wt.
neadny This ahseie n i( ! lulls f t .HI
fieiisrnl Kolrt ilisi nt.li. r.o.tf ist J
with hia rather fiill i.arrativ- iIiiiihk
the lirst miI of Ina oiart.ins .r 1 1 1 . -
uneasiness among military ol.---rv. rs
It la aiiKHii.tisI that ilespiln liald fix ' '
lug tieneraM 'ronj.i lots hn ahU lo
Is-at ull Ilia pursuer and 111 eai pd
and ha i Isong reiiifor ed hv rail foun
l.adyaniltli hy the form on f.s.t siel
bi.Mehai k a wall aa I ha late helitagure
As lliHruiieHiii.siits with I.or I I'oh-
ert are aileiit llm teleirrani flolil H er
aniifeea reiiuve noma rountenanre.
Tim Litter aver that O-neral I'mnje I
While tllfl Ulltlsli w'em nde;lVorin; to
stimuli. I linn Is-tweaii I'aardelssrL' and
KisidisM-a rand reeeivs'l reinfore-iiii-nt
Undei llewet an. I that together tlei lloer 1
CoinniMinlel fniiht tint llrllisli to a;
ll.inrever all Una may h. pnhlir
opinion hem will not h- reanre I until I
Ilia war nfliee issue1 eiln it sl itenienl
of Hivee will. II. of iMiirsa tvollld i
lenr awav tlm iratle-i iinr doiilil ih-
a-elmi; the niiinl .rrupled aiieeeaa of.
inl l:..Tts forward inovrni -nt No
on doiiht his ultimate aneeess hut
there is a fear of teniionrr disappoint- i
tneiit and liiat a lot of hard lijrlitini? i
t sliesd of the r.rili-li
(lelieisl t'letuellt report tllllt t It A j
force fniifri.nliiiif him has I .-en yrellT !
ill iiiiiiisi.'.! 'Iweiily lhoiiaud iiisu aro
aatiimitrd to have L'tin from tlm Coles-!
t-r ihstti. t ahiue. 'I'lnt I! ers aro ! !
r-t i Hi-itm tlieir step from .nhiland.
Thus llu-y ars relating their hold upin
ll siuea in i.r.ler lo asaeinhlii to is
Iiid Uiila-rta who is nrnasimr uti steadily
toward I'.liwmfontniu. This is shown
in Ins telegram from I'aardenlsirg .'SI
oi till miles away. Dualities ha is mile
belnnil llieeoliimn tlist i pursuing the
lloer and tlm next Important event
Uiajr Isi the iM'cupation of llloeinrontain.
I'rnna ltaili urra'itadaa.
Cn Town Feb S3.--A special oor-
That what we claim for our
to prove it. Thirteen year
ha given our hoiiso
diugs low price
thro ughout this
ties. We have en-
cordially thank our
lie for the same. Wishing one and all a Happy New Year
we will continue to be found during VMM) at Ihe same old
James & McDougald
Th Leading Druggitt Bryan T$ia$.
Keeps a good stock of the IW-t Imported
and Domestic (ionds for Suits or Pant.
Krpaiiing und cleaning done at reasona
Patronize our Nome Tailor and keep money
at home. I guarantee Pit and Wnish.
ur rvorvooo's srowa
. ... !' : "-a
ressiu.eiit ol lh ' ii Arif i. aya-
' i i.ii..r. I ron 1 1 i sin o in. I'd at
r iril. l-r.' drift hut is olfermg a tuti-
h-.rn r I men Th llrilisli are shell
line tli.i II. .-r viifnroiisly ami eija'ct to
Capture the whole force."
rn.'s I'iMlllua I erliancsit.
I'.iar lenl-rg. I'eh. VI. -A l.s-r kopjs)!
bas .ssu i aptured witli .'SI prisoner.
( roi.pi's ositiiin nn. h.iimr.l.
tprla lla ri(lilln.
Limloii. IMi Wniaion flmrrhlll
In a dispatch from t'lneveley dated
Fell '.'0. s'lVslie still el perls tlen- IikIiI-
inir hefore l.inlysiiiltli I relieved Mild
he hi;iii nr'e the imperativn nm-easity
of ' (Hiiirin a 1 1 in t i ii il it I stream of men.
gnus and aupplie into thn t'aH." II
declare lli.it sol Iit are wauled ill
Sutli Africa ami not at AldershoL
Meiiiiwlule he see "many eiicotirHving
Bik'us that the Ins-rs ar-i wearyiiiK of the
Ilulilivil ol Sn 'I lomsaail.
Mead. Ni l. . Feh v .' lii Jnhnaon
old Ina hardware store and received
cnsli m payment Hiiioiiiitiint to a little
ov.rf7iNi IU put the money in liu'
tMUM-rs sM'ket and left it there wlmnl
he went to I. I Wiieii l e awoke his
rlotliea w'ere koii". hut were found later!
in a small iiiiihiiildinx on a nei(hlriiiK
place. Tlie lii iney Was all Kone hut
J.ilins.in'a teis tnal im'S'i which were
also taken from the house were left by
Ue rohi r
j MtHlivr ami Soma lr..ara4.
! Cape Mar. N. .1.. F. h J -The wife
nd i wo sons of Di.m ii Vn-vnis in were
1 ilr iwned in smd near their home at
i K ilora Tn" two Isira who were ID and
j Id years of it. were playing on thn Ice
when they I r..k through. Tlie.rerie
I attrac ed the alteittioit i f their mother.
Wild ran to save them and sll srisbiL
I'rosl.lsa far Maa.
WashhiKton. Feb. 2i - Ilepreaenta-
live Lenti of Ohio iutrodnced in the
house a bill to provide for the public
distribution (.f a Cited Hratea map U
all tohool in the Uuited H'atea.
stock of drug ""'I r rady
of continuous business aucces
reputation far purity and pjality of
and fair deal i n g
and adjoining coun
joyed a splendid
the past year and
friends and the pub
IIKRWICK DAY Oysters
Served in any ntjle.
I'anfo FreNi Fruits
10 V KEY'S and
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ful allrnlion lo nil work
W03TEN & HARDER'3 FEED
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