Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 233, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 2, 1900 Page: 2 of 4
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For IceJTea Chase &Sanlorn'
hat no equal. We
WOODCOCK HAMS AND
They cost von a little more hut are well worth the diffctcncc
us one tri.il will com hue vm. Al-f h.ic a f rc-li stuck of
DOZIIIU S FANCY CAKKS AM) CUAL'KKKS. I'cnick A:
Ford's ('i!i Kct'lc Mola-i-s put up ill "a!!on anil one-half gallon
cans. MAliNOl.IA Flour costs u no more than many
infcrioi I t.ni.ls and when used once v on will have no other.
HT CONNKI.I.V I'AI.MKK CllVK-.
I'-t Week I'le.
. I'.-r Month I"c.
SI NHAY SKIT. 2 I'"'
Bernheim Bros of Louisville
Ky. justly elated over the intelli-
gence they have just Ruined that
their J. M. ltlirper whisky receiv-
ed gold medal at the Pari exioni.
tion. This information wan con
veyed to them in a telegram that
they received from Pari" on Aug.
25. Thev were awarded gold med-
ah at the New Orleans an 1 Chica
go world'n fair
. . I
he best refrigerated meats of nl
. .i .... .....l.i s v
.Is lit Hie eltv inalK't
-loumn. nroi.ri.'lor. -'
We till your physicians pre
scriptimis 2 per cent less than
you can have them filled clc-
whcie. Our service i the best
our I'icmiption depaitmcnt is
clean oidirlv. well stocked
anil supplied with every uten-
sil and facility for accut.itc
reliable and rapid wink. Kcly
prescription is tilled cvactly
as written oi nt at all. We
link SKIM with ACCFU-
ACY ITU1TV AN 1
QFA1.ITY in all picsctiplion
woik. We lead the standard
of ding si i ice. Wc appieci-
atc "Ul l'ic-i I IplioM pation-
have jut received a
Tin: m:w ih:im)t
or thi W. .V It. V. hikI the
Popular .Station Stall'.
Contractor I. II. Newton of this
city in just putting the (inching
touched on the handsome new Cul-
vert Waco t liraoa Valley depot
uiitl the building U a credit to the
city and to the management of the
new road. It is coiniiiodi..s well
arranged elegantly finished and
up-to-date in every reiiect. The
length of the building in ISO feet
and the height of the tower IS
'net. The ground plan include a
lot.l.y m front lox.'U) a vestibule
1'ixlti ticket ollice loxll! two
waiting roouu 'J5x.".0 a jiaage
loxUO in the rear of the waiting
renins a baggage room lox.'IO
: . .
lrg"tmce Z.x.U and a war
room 0x . .i.
The lobby vestibule ti ket
. . iv ... i ..
"ailing Toon Mil l p.n
ago are linislied with end lOr.xeil
: Hteel ceiling in pearl gray and
'gold. The lobhv and iva--age aie
''eloborated by iHone pier and!
colonial column and shingle belt
above the opening and al-o on the
j tower add greatly to the beauty of
the building. The waiting room"
j ticket olVn e and ve-tibule are I'm-
jishi'd with live foot hard oiled
j panel wainxcotting bra? electric
'and ticket window fixtures large
! windows and transom with colored
leaded gla.- tiiiifh. There are
i . . . ...
seven window in each waiting
room each Ixti. The wailing room
and freight ollice have octagon
ondn and are very linudoine.
The latter i ceiled throughout
with bard oiled inch beaded ceil-
ing and ha. eight window of the
niuu kind and t-ue m tlio-o in the
waiting room. There two en-
trance to the freight ollice one on
the east for the public and one on
j west for train men with octagon
counters" in front of each. The
operator' quarter. are on the track
land in view of all train from both
way. The hardware used
j throughout the building i old cop-
l per and veiy handsome. The
j warcronm i ceiled and ha
live door Sx 10. The roof i lin-
ihed with galvanized iron hip
i roll ridge roll and final ami the
tower with colored leaded glas
window and galvanized iron or-
j nainent.s. The lobby and aagc
j lloor and passenger platform is of
The new Mati.ui stall' includes
Mr. 1. C. 1'eMaret agent Mr. A.
H. Carr Jr. clerk Mr. Whit
l)oremus operator all of this
city and all capable and popular
men. lieiter felection for these
important placed could not have
been made. Mr. DeMaret liaa
long been with the H. A T. C and
ha mastered all the details of
railroad work lie it obliging Mid
widely acquainted with the mm
Mr. Carr ia einerienced in oil
work and the i...rtant dune
assigned to him will have ahle and
careful attention. Whit Doremu
haa held numerou responsible
positions a operator and i thor-
oughly competent and i faithful
in the jerformancs of duty.
Aiiustiia ii. hteel.
Thursday morning at 2 M' the
opirit of Augustua (5. Steele left
iti earthly body and parsed in
peaceful elumber to an eternal life
in the Kingdom of Heaven.
The jnodesty that characterized
hi generou nature bid from pub-
lic view thone deed of kindred
that make n.cn great until death
claimed him when the nobility ol
hi character and true nan hood
found expres-ion in the lare m tu-
ber of friend who anxiously an I
sorrowfully waited about him to
the inevitable end.
The cau- of hi death came
w ith hi conception of duly done.
Since the overflow of last summer
'the purpose of miceeedingha over
come obstacle uhnost ruinnu'.and
with unerring judgement he ha
met adversity bravely and con
"(Ireater love hath no man tlrwi
this that a man lay down hi li
for bis friends." And through
thi memorable and calaiu'toi-
suintner of death in the midn'ght
hour hi bore was fastened at the
gate of a dying friend or relative.
And today many a negro g'e to
the cotton field with a heart h- ivy
from the los of a hem-fact. r. For
it wa with tliem rain or fair that
he worked without hope of reward
on earth by thrt bedside of th-
hopeles victim of congestion in
the far hour of night. Ily day
and by night for over fix months
the work of charity continued un-
ceasingly until the culmination
came with the approval "Well
done then good and faithful ser-
vant." Mr. Steele w.i born in the State
of Mississippi January 1V'!:
moved to Texa twenty year ago
and settled with hi father in Mil-
lican. The rich farm lands of the
Hraz.o bottom attracted him
early and with hi brother Steele
Steele ho opened up iic.tr Allen-
farm and 1 1 - i u ; - t-.i-1 several thous-
and ai;r.s of land which today in
srV t st itrt of cultivation l.eur
testimony of bis thrift and indus-
try. Hi wife th- dauk'M.-r of Mr. II.
ii. i cveriy oi .Miiu. an aid live
children survive him KJeamir.
Is il.elle Kate Sam and Until.
The interment look place in the
afternoon at ."i o'clock under the
auspice of th" Millican Masonic
lodge. The business bou-i of ti e
city closed during the funeral hour
The reported urididacy of fb-ner-tl
Horace Porter ninha-sndor to
Franc. fr the vice presidential
aiiiniiiiiti'U on the ltepuhli. an ti.ket
3as got ns far a the general's em-
phatic declaration thai lu lias noth-
ing to sliv oil the subject.
Almot all the towns in Sibera ure
having arc lights for strut u-e and
lllcalidt scellt light for hollee and
the larger proportion of the p-oplj
(f Siberia have ncwr wii gas
liich tlu y rcg.nd iu iui illuiuiiuut
A a pa.st ugc.
ITaatrit an Order I ron. lltin.Tin.
One would suspect a hoiix in thi
litest story of th.. j;. '. i-lipp-tig
bw r. rui m re it not tli.it the pu'Mndi-
er. IJ. II. Ijii.-ell .-timd. s;ioi-r for
the t.llc. He re.cil.d fl"l tlC llll-
reaii a letter add r. : "John
r.imv.in. i;.. cur. Mr j. ( !.
tell." Aft.r cons deration siive
Mr. Ihiin.ni could not ! reach d
Vv post th- s.1 broken. The
i iiv -lope iiieh-i il a ii vsr re-
view of "Th- I.f( f Mr. Ila.lm."
by John Ibinyan and tl- ent rpn-
iug bureau linniin d : "Will .m
not give me mi order to sml you uli
the reviewi und iioticei which ure
iioir apiiearin0 about jvur'w
. &OUTM6.HN MlbT)Hl3.
. u . Btata.
Atlanta 8eui. 1. Th Grand Array of
the RepuSlio at Chicwifo Wednesday
adopted rMoluticNia coodeiuulnK the
acb.sd book allctfed to be ttsud lu the I
tt....th...l -.I.... I- .Ul.n1..t ... .- .
j M( wm giw-
j .. orHr lh . Ofthotvil war. '
Cieiicnl Jnhtt B. Gordon onuinander-
In rhiuf ut the UuiU-d Ciuflenit Vet-
emus after carefully rvadiug the ex-
trairu from boot hUhiriea to whieh ei-n-ptioiu
were taken by the Grand Army
psiile had tbU to Hjr of the matter:
"I think it would have been better foe
the Grand Army of the Republic com-
mittee to have girrn the name or name
of thu book or hski from wbieb the ex-
tracts were tak.-n and to have named
the southern lehnol that were usiuif
tliosv nM'itt hsik. It i ditTlrult for
me to In here that any rvsiectatile south-
ern teueher U kuoneinlr u-lii( any
Issik thnt ii iuU'ilded to RT.tuate ius
lionul irejui!ice iu tho mind of iuth-
eru rtul.ln n.
"M in than tfO yean atfo with the
benny apcrovul of General It E. lf
and I U here with tho suiietloli of our
w liolu ssi.le I made earnest and s-r-Mstant
. (Tort a to hare banished from the
aoulli luid north all neetioual setiisd
tss'k ami Nk which had any taint
of tuttcmcM a'iinst either s'tion.
"Kvery move made tiy the t'nited
I'onf.sl.Tato Veterans of which orguui
tntioii I have the honor to lie (Mmiiuiud-
er met every rissinuiieielatlon made by
our Ill-tori nl f.nilult t.s- lias tn-eti to tlml
and sustain only u h Issik as gave I lis
truth of history without tho liyhtot
tint;.' of sion or pri'judxs' uk-iui the
north or the south. I 1 not hesitate to
say III the lii 'el ! mi 1 uioji eiiiphatie
tonus that such it the stunt of uu over-
hel:iiiiH' ma; .rity of the tootli 'm h--
"Any effort however to have Ixs.k
ns.-d in w h.HiN north or s uith wlii'-h
would lower tli" respii-t of t!ei chil Iren
of riiher s.Ttioti or their legitimate pride
in the love which proinoUid the .i r
of i nch army or their ftth.-r'a achieve-
ment had ju-t a well Im ntuiinloued
Such an effort will never mhmw. It
ollfc'ht not to nuc-i-ed U cause it would
I liirts-tly destructive of the future
iiiuuhiHsl of our country."
THE WONDERFUL HOLLAND
(uul.l ll lhlrur. tUm Nw lrk
ami a Tii llto.nl Itvix tlen.
XewpTt U. I A pt. 1. -The
cruiser New York istuld have t-eti mink
last nu;ht as she lay at anchor in Nar-
ninnsett tiiv f r mi a torssn tired at
ber ly the nut murine t Holland 'Not
only would tho New York have surf r.-d
but the tiu I rden Would haw mo to
thu bottom t'i.
Hut it was all prai'tice a niitht attai-k
and It was uuxt suivrsnful pniunx that
that the Mollaud Uit is a nioitt valuable
art of the United State navy.
After dark the tor lo Usit M rrit
and llodk'.'rs and the Holland were wnt
nut to bn-akwater u to Im followel
by the Lrydeu the la.t nam.il taking
up a position at the entrance of the liar-
Ur As the otiiera made the utta. k at-t-mot
wr to lie made by the IrydeU tl
pi. iii. iu out with s.-nrehlu'hl.
So far as tho tirlo t.stu were sm
Oemcd It WIU Ucces-.ful lllfV tieilllf
found at will but with the II dliunl It
wus il.fT -retit and nft.-r sliu had iluiiK''d
und. r tlie wat.-r sh was not M en noin
until sin- was found at lor d sk wlieti
the I vdel went in. The crew of the
Holland say that the deck of the craft
was dry all the tnun tliev were under
Water. The Holland apprsi. lied lear
niou.'h to the Ix-y leii to tire a torj-d
and then tunes) crossed the It and
went wiiliiu a short hsUui'e of the New
York without detection.
The boat was operated by a full naval
crew in chaw of I.i.-tit. nant I'aldwell.
Naval otlicers nnt more than pleased
with her s-rforiuance.
! nf .Irltrl..
Wai-o. Tex. Sept. I. Theeityauth.tr.
lties and cmens K.'tierally put iu much
work mid incurred eoiuidcratilu eiteiis-
Friday clmrniK thu Ims.-ineuU Kutters
o-llars and t-.wers nf dsvt crickets.
Many barrels of unslucked linn) went
used ill the work purifviiiK the street
ami id. 'Walks from tho etTect of tho
most remarkable visitation f thu sort
on rtcor.i. ins trolley ear
bronchi to a stand by acrntnulatinns of
the buirt that fell at isirners under are
liK'hts. The lire department was out
turuit'tf strong jets of walwr on the pub-
lie buildings lnf.s'tl by thu pet.
Ill( Ktnth ll.n.i lra
Cincinnati t). Sept. 1. David Sin-
ton died heru rVlday aK"d years.
Ids atu-eators were Scotch-Irish At
the a;e of three years he was brmntht to '
this country by his retitt who settled
in rittnluirK- In thu HaiiKiiiK' ICm U
iron repnu of soiitberu Ohio Im laid thu
foundation of his laro fortune etti-
uiatetlat 4J0issiuk) Ull .l
i.. .i.i ... i .... " i
loniiuKH iu r.-ai esiaie iu Clilcatfti
Cleveland and New York as well aa here
and owned bitf cattle ranches in Teias.
His Hifts to itistttutiniis iu Cinciiiuatl
Itarlia.l Wlia l.ir T.lrple.na.
l'uris Ti ti jt. i... J" C.maey
I... O 11 IO t
oi i.'ioiowu ueiuw I'lvtSKoui 14 tt
Hovel jirivate telephone line eHemlin j
fMtn his plsvw a distntuv of ait unlet to I
the home of liis inolher-iiidaw Mrs. (.
V. Slav ti. -nr Sylvan Tho distance i
cover d by llelds and' jswlursa imdoaed
with larbcd wire fences uud me of thu
atruuilt of burbud wiru ia used for the
Adalbert Haj Coiulna; Hum.
V.M...t... u..... i v - n. i.
I uvyi iuuu nay ia
i to cu.uo homo.
:l It Tvill be
!' I-nleron. Durliu; this Imt weather when ever (xt.lv la
X hnuuiiur around close to the h.hIii fountains and sl.-lilni for
an excurtooii in tin. pitlur ivwlons ne nuttjeet of ptishlit);
ousiiies HlllHcks of UIIIIIIIIKItteil K'"- t
I HALL'S DRUG STORI; 2Z is
. i coin- to let the oth' i
W l.tle the W . Htlo r I Lot Itlld We W ill Come III oil It- llollle '
ti slreteli wli.-n eiH.li-r w.utlier conies freali and full tif v-
'' I'usiiiesa simp and vim. ?
j KEEP YOUR EYE PEELED....
5 for we are lore with a line new stock and price that are
j riK'lit for ttie fall trade.
mTK Ice tom
ALL KINDS OF
tme-t Cm. lies. 1'iesli I'mit. J'. (.'io.as
and ( iim'.lict 's t'.niilics.
ti:i.i:i'M(i.m: no. mom.
KlTir.tf i'in ni-. -h l.)r.rr u. ..-
nj il .;j .r in llrv iii. w.
til item day
n4 first i .1rrf!-V r itr-T'- le.fsjet
aiij Cur.-fui I'-rs-m .1 Au-rii'tfi l.i a t
llell U( ) our I llr.M...-
SAnE OLD STAND. 'PHONE 112.
J. V. BROGDON. Proprietor.
Trainlnc Srho.it fe
1 lie p. Vi I
-.t.i-n of !;
fclfltle .!.!-; I f
(!.lt tie' l'tltid St.lt
'I'll. I. 1 1
tuti!..sli nf a! .!;: ti a . f
the edui.'itioii and tff.irili of -.
Hilar and .1 j iii.i t ! scnatit .m tV
untie plan ns it d ss army .md nav
o!Vcrs at W.-t l'niiit and Ati!in..
i'h. Mr. Aldri. h has intr.slmfd a
hill working .mt hi- idea-.
Police linirr ( be Hhltfr.ppsd
New York juilico oiV.cer from
rlii. f down to c i j.tii i n -. 1. .t h iucii:-
ie ii!l look mure summery tha.
usual when the led wcatlicr .oiiks
this year. The police commission-
cm have i'.n ided to uj. pt a white
ornamentation as th regulation
I J k cap with Cold braid uiid oilier
head covering fur auuuucr.
Mlrros.a If tha Mllltoat.
The I'hdad. Iiihi.l b'dc r suvt thnt
"n Im. teriol'iiiirt asked n woman who
did not iiktullv have to p on very
dirty sfr.i t" if lie mnjht make an c-
Hritii'iit on one of her skirt. It
was a conipurti!y new one and
ftciv.-d daily hrii.hin. He found
"n j'.irt of tie- .skrt hir.Jiin; tit the
hem the following small inciiagcric :
'r.. i .. . i . i .t i
is" iiuii'iicn i:jii-u;i 'Mius. many
."aring diphtheria pneumonia un
tmisllltis; ul.-0 eollectlOtll of tnlioiJ
nd consumption microbe."
unr Talk l.iienurai;.ni;lr
(olietal I m . ! Nlin. tin' civil
;:oerti'r of llav.in.i ir visiting h.4
l.oiac in I'lul.idelpliia. lie sas that
the visit of S. cretary Hoot had an
I m client clTe. t in h. l.inr' to r-tore
N f -i lili.' of eollti delice in the 'n sl
Males and ln-r 'Mmi-s wlmh the
J.cople tin re Ix lieie Will Is' Lejd ill
every resiect. The health conditions'
in Havana wire said to he Utter
ut present than ut uny time in th)
liitlory of thg utj'.
u . . - tl . . a.i1
fellow talk himself to ih aih now
ou nev s
nf J II K-rrn wru. h it h. tw.t
ir- r. In trir 10 ( utile tt
ti.J n tt ch '
of all Kinds
'irtro'-o VIII t f-fitirtismia Promnt
W. ll rll lil-.rl rw.r.
.14 . lr Mint ;lu0
dfl y-.iir fr.'.h uvi of all t;i iU kt
TIIANT'Sdl.P ST AMD.
Heef l'ork Sausnce Ktc the hest
that can he had alwaya ou Laud
Votira to please
lias fjr suit
Some Good Ctty I'ma
a n d F a r m s
if you u ant to hny oi sdl
auythino; in the
k. - S-ai
I REAL ESTATE
j BRYAN TEXAS
iKiiiiic Good City I'maffL
a n d F a r m s . J
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