Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 26, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 4, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL. 7; NO. 26.
BRYAN. TEXAS. ATUKDAY MORNINQ JANUARY 4 1902.
U B AW aW I I
C A Merry Christmas and
A Happy New Year.
HOWELL BROTHERS 5
CKOCLKS AND OifTtX HO VSTUIIS.
Walla Walla Collide and Sinks in
the Pacific Ocean.
r"riari.in Treaty I imih4
Mtdr!d. Jin. 3 The treaty of friend
ship between Spain ami the L'nlted
States having bln examined by tba
cabinet will now ut)mlttJ to lh
supreme council 0Vtate.
' Haraalaaa Slnaa Thraalaalaf
narci-lona Jan. X The itrlke a!tu-
tVTrnV I IIMM T nom ?' '! nor' -Jarmlng that law
rum i Jii no juol.' r'niorrn''Dl or tr"p nave been
mufT-ntraiKj id and about tbs city
aim iiriaan ruruhi. 7i iuui
The .'articular Art Meager but It Ii
known Ibat a Jiaoj Sixty
IJres Have Reea Sated -I.I re
Itoati Are Ml.-lnr.
Eureka Cat.. Jan. 3 The stramei
Walla Walia waif mink early thli
morning ax the nsu't of a rol!!nlon
with an unknown Iron sailing yenne.
Th news of th rllfatr was brought
to Trinidad by a boat fr"tn the foun
dercd vessel and Inter by th stianvt
Dispatch whbh returned with '.' ol
tin- crew and ao.i'HK-r of the rt k
ed vco .
Tin- Wal'a Walla I. ft Pan I'ranrlsrc
on Wednesday for PiiK"t Found Kiinta
an ! It Is thought lu re 40 livi s wort
lost In th" reck.
The roll: -Ion occurred at i a. m
when all pass tigers were asleep
F"tue of Ir.r people on the htiann r cs
cpd on .mall boats arid on rufjs
They won unable to land owing ic
.. . i . . . . . . ... .
' " "' The Everett-Moore syndicate la ae-
atout until th.-y were picked op by th. frlt wltB rontron)r mor. tnin
steamer Mspatih. i U''0 miles of electric railroad lines In
One boat with seven DeoDle arrived h!ond Mbhlgan with many new ex-
at Trinidad. 20 rall-a north of here. I'0 n "in of construction
f... . ti .i . .w . ... Tl !". Kate capitalization of all
(aptaln Hall of the Walla Walla re the tarlou properties owned or con-
porti-d to the Parlflc Coant Steamshlf trolll by the syndicate la aalj to be
company l.r teli nhone lt ...l.l t( I130MH).00.
The strikers Mimber 2u0ou.
financial" "dYs Tress.
nig firm ml rtl.lli rnrr. la ftus.
Ht l'eedi.K li.. ..iloa.
Cl. vt land. O.. Jan. 3. The Hnanehi
afTilrs of the nvi ctt-Moore syndicate.
iwu;.' or tout rolling a number ot
!i:rfan and Intf-rurtan dertrlc rail-
1 waj-i Had an tiu: - p syx'.cm of l)cal
In i ; d-itaa'c tr ! !.!.'in tia-s In Oh!o!
: 1 !.-. hi: pa. n d In; t th- -Mtrol
bt a (u.ai;tt-e c:):upo ! of sven
r.i r..:;. ;it b:.:ikcs of tlilit city Thurs-
!' TI.U act! n wa-j t:.k n. It Is s'st-
I. ui tae r Milt of t mp'irary Jluan-i-I
il.arrx.-.-r.i'i)t on t!:' part of tin?
i j t .:c ito )..( iu. f.jr m me time past
t n &.'.' ted ly the Mr! i L" ncy of ths
liiti o:u n. it ; rl.os- n Is at work In
3t;a:li.s tiie uftal;s of tr. syndlcaie
and i pre tho Orm belief that the
coiiktu I entirely solvent and that
lt taitarasaient will be only tempo
v-ommencin- inurvlay January 9th three nights
nd Saturday Matinee
HANGING OUT A SIGN! i
Walla Walla collided with an urknown
French bark during; hazy weather
The French vrxnel had no Ilchts dls
played. The Walla Walla sank In K
Caiitnln Hall ordered tug boat from
Eureka sent to scare h for three uiibs-
lug lifeboats of the Walla Walla.
Doesn't make a butcher shop
Anyhxly can do that ! ! ! !
It tk a aiia who know good r.srk.t rslUa wbra b
e them snd ssother us. who know bow to .Lughu-r
Hnht and ooe ho know bow to rut Deal. Good rattle
nay be ruined for market either In .laugbterlns- or cut-
ting oa the block. Tbiii th. meat .houid .lay In ouid
uri4 mril days. When you buy fmm as yea grt
lb. beo of ail our d mcl and loi.g m-rri'tc.
I FRANKLIN BROTHERS i
t - -1 t iiTmiiimin
NEW EMBALMING FLUID.
M.aiphl. Sleillcal f'alleca ruila4 t
tla.a Maila V.la.bl. ItUra.ary.
Memphis. Tcnn.. Jan. 3. The Mom
phU Medical colltj; hat for several
Weeks been expi rlmcnting with ac
ml aln.in fluid for which gnat po
sibilltle are predicted. It Is asserted
that this discovery is superior to the
embalming preparation used by tin
The prltK ip.il rip. rini. nt tip tu this
thru' has be. m nin the body of a do
Wh;ih was treated thirty days aeo
Tod tv it lixiks us ni.tural ns life. It li
Kxpert acecuntanta have been em-
ployed by the aommittee In charte to
enmlne and report upon the roadl-
tlon of all constituent companies. No
statement Indicating the liabilities has
. yet been iien out.
As a re. wit of the announcement of
the fiiiaacial embarrassment of the
Krerett-Moore srr.dlcate a run wii
I started ou the Dime SarlCKS and
j Hanking company of which Messrs.
Lvertt and Moore are directors. All
! demands were promptly met and Presl-
( dent Watterson said the bank had am-
ple funds on hand to pay all depositors
who dcblred their money.
ELECTION IN CUBA.
4. . A. -a-.. aW
OLDEST INSUKANCi: AtiENCY IN Hit VAN ;
A. 1). ncConnlco.
Rre. Life and Accident
"ACME" Health Policy
Which pay J25 per week for 2 werks when ill with any cf
these 30 tieaes:
K. j'M reer
t'rrin Hplnal Meningitis
CofiKealloo of liraio
(hl krn Pot
rlKld. but In perfectly natural pom
Tin ic Is no trac.- if oc'tir about it not
Is fh.Tf nnv ctli'T pci-rlble fytnpt.itu
i t . ay.
Ti-n of tbe (Suiil have I .-11 made by
the ; inon.-liaior at the Memphis cul
b :e. hnd b- Is so well convinced of its
pra.tl.al utility that he -jilll ue f f
tl- pr r v a' 1 "ii if ail the cHvadcr.
used ill the ((lib (e.
The fluid petrlfles the body. Neither
arM-nic nor strychnine Is used In ths
pit paratlun. ;
r.liaa earaa filly-na M.ct.
Havana. Jan. 3 The central board
of scrutiny has madu public the fol-
low init returns of the (lections held
In Cuba on Ivc 31. Toma Eitrala
l .i!:: a. the NV.iotjallst candidate for
the pr. .i b ni y. ha ."a lector whll
t'.i ni ral llartolome Maso. the Demo-
"av. . . yy
America's Foremost Hypnotists.
PRICES 25c 35c ami 50c.
lady will he admitted free with each paid 50: ticket to
opening performance if reserved letorc 7 p. in.
See ilie Daring Bliad-f old Drive I
on the street at 4 p. m. Thnrd.iy.
Mraragaaa Caagraaa Maala.
Manama. Nlc. Jan. 3 Tte conareia
of Nicaragua assembled Wednesday
mint ana rresident Zelaya read bis 1
rues Hare Informing fha mihltA r9 ik.
REWARD for any adulteration In mmuiiiiM
ing me proposed canal route to tht " boiq ceroncates rrvm the
t'nlted States Tha ir..M.m """ chemlau " oountrr. showlna Premitm
clared that the prospects of building ' ubb'Ilrfrei itmake. too denckvu. an1
the canal were becoailn brighter and ! wbuk;ua"- I-nt be laipo oa with a . 1S.U-
v - mu In.i.i a. .......
.- . uu 1 uroiii. Jt a pure tr a
the beat erer made. lia
rs that doal (Ire la ir f .e-
. that the United States fcrmally guar- " w "
. anteed the sovereignty of Nlc.rina. l"'u
" President Zelay. further announced ' lt?"'J"al9mn
that the t'nlted States seaate had aj- I
proved the Hay-Pauncefote treaty. TO ITS BAKING POWDER CO
Mia. Wtaaa ReHrta4 I.lbarata4.
Iondon Jan. 3 The So"a corre-
spondent of the Daily Telegraph has
cabled an unconfirmed rumor to tne
i-rr. i t that M.. Stone and Mme. Tzilka
were liberated In Turkey on Jan. 1
cratsc rand: late wh.i w ithdrew from i ""'I that the Am- r ins who conducted
Annual Premium $10 nMtrprmmiam.
rlf prmftneDtly blind or rrIjiiNl 12 iO
Am Aiaarlraa Mla.r laad.
Ijtredo. Tex. Jan. 3. Word has
reached this tlty of the death from
pneumonia at Vlllaldama. Met. ot
Captain W. C. M. Jones for the past
15 years connected with the (Juadalup.
miues. Captain Jones w about 7a
years of aije and unmarried. He
leaves two wealthy sisters in Colo-
rsd.i. He was related bv aiarriae.' to'
I'nlted States ambas.ador to Mexico
(ieneral Powell Clayton. The remain
j will be shipped to Camden N. J. for
Hie ca.-upaiKn la eisbt electors. Senor
Palaia n'( ured the unanimous electoral
delegations from the provinces of Pi
nr.r d'l KKi. Havana. Matanzas and
Fanta Clara aiid one elector from
Puerto Principe and Ave electors from
San t a so. Ceti'-ral !ao soured three
electors from Puerto Principe and five
The following civil governors wers
eiei feil ;
Pore in Plnar del Rio.
Nunez a Havana
I-. unua In Matanzas.
(oniez In Santa Clara.
Keclo In lerto Principe
Echavarria In Santiago.
; Tba rala.ga far tMtl.
j Washington. Jan. 3. The coinage
i executed at the mints of the fnite.1
1 States during December liMH. was
V.i.H'J'Z:. as follows: Gold. 112.30.-
1 K7; silver. ll.icitt.oM ; minor coins
I The total coinage for the calendar
year ind.ng Dec. 31. l!'il. was $134-
MX::i. of which $toi.7n:.li7 was gold
j $ ui.s.is.t ;n was silver and li.Ua.Ki
was luiiior ("ins. i
A E WORLEY
Heat i-ijti'ptm-r.t ! t-
twrt'ti lloustun n n d
Dallas. Two complete
sleani laundry outlit
recently Con-olidatt 1
a n d operated ly a
larcje ;md competent
force of men. We dn
fit-cla-is M.tk at re.i-
on.il.lo price ; patroi.
ie a home entetirie."
Telephone No. iji.
Mr.. rUrrx.al l..
New York. Jan. 3 Mrs. Anna Maria
P lrnT"tl. widow of II. nry S. Pelrr.'
pout and u gratidd mglit. r of John
Jay. first i lib f Justice of the Cnited
State. Is ib ad nt her home In Prook
lyn. Mrs. p. irrepont was in her s:'.ii
y.ar. Her in in rm.l pi .in.l.'jt In r wat
C.overnor I.U liist.in of New Jersey
She w ns bin n at P: u.i.! ay and Walk
IT Mr. t. tl is I It V. ill 1S1.I.
Orgaaltallaa af tibia Haa.e
Coliimb'is.O . Jon. 3. The contest
tw een Kep-jbllcan factions over the or
Kaulzatlon of the legislature Is still
in doubt so far as the bouse Is con-
cerned. The claims of either fsctlon
would indicate that one element Is
rontldent of Price becoming speaker
and the other of McKlnnon wlnnln;
Hut the efforts of both show that there
are it III "votea to get by w homsoever
becomes speaker. The list of un
pledged speakers has. however been
reduced to a half doien Crist. Pool
M. Mel. Nlhart. Foster and Uichery
This does not ln lude many who are
Paid trt have pledged themselves some
In writing to both sides. These six
are said to have made no pledges tc
either hide and it Is conceded that
tiny hold the balance of power. !
the negotiations r-.iliing In the re-
ported release agreed. In the presence
of the captives to maintain ab.olut
silence concerning the capters.
Tht Fairest Offer Ever Matfs
To anyone suffering with Dyspepsia.
Indigestion. Sour Stomach. iUaru
burn take Rex dyspepsia Tablets. AU
d."jgglts are authorized by the ; !
facturers to refund the moner la any
case they fall to cire. Prlca 50 t. n
per package Remember tba narr.e
Re Dyspepsia Tablta. M. H. Jau...
the leading druggist. Hryan. Texas
& B 8 0 m S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
We Have all Kinds of Wines:
Champagne Sherry Catawba Port Ma-
dlra. Claret White Wines Maraachlne
Cherries etc We have anything yoa
want and will tak. plea.ur.tn EUIr.g your
orders. We eaa please your pal. la with-
out X(aaalvely taxing your purse. Pbooe
DUNN & DALY
ONLY A DIME!
li.(r.f.l l'"lrrm..t I:
Clm ii '::.. Jan 3
nr. ti . t'l" i i ' i. . j: : 1 1) ' i
i. c i :i'l. d in:.! ib'i. ; . Ii
hat ini: H'ol.. ti d (
I i.-i.t Mi Kii ' ' w I. ii '.
has t-. M .!. '..:.! i are
n n ii j Iuui
t'm: i.-l a. I .f Im . it
Van liar. a. Ark . 1 . ? - K t II 1
ton. iliai.d illi ki':.:i; !:h u:f. i. ;.
2. was u Ij'i.l;. d t i i:v tu... r r.
the tlist decree. Hi..
(! r": Ti.. i i .' r . .. c j .
LARGEST LUMBER DEAL.
The lirhy l umber 4 urapaay Take Ot.f
I'laal. A boa I Heauiaaat.
! P'-iuninnt. Tex . Jan. 3 One of the
!'!-' :t dea's evr consummated In the
lii-'.iry of the luaiber business was that
throiili whit U tl Kirl y Lumber co-
j...r. a ci'iic-rn wilb a capital of $10. -j
':' t'. k o-r the plants and timber
1 "''!: ( of the Hf 1 i ar; i ." I.'imber com-
! i . 'he Texas Tram a-i I Lumber j
cot: p.. a. v. Inclii.lirj: the Village Mills
co:- my. !ie II. auunmt Lumber com-!
ea:iv :i .1 the Adams .M.!!s at Call.
Dating the la.-t 4h h.nirs the deposits
of trto of Ii. aiiiiiotit's bunks were
."li'd abii.it $;.. ".oi0 and tlie newly
received funds were traiisf.rred to the
' " f th Mirl c.in.erns pur-
ti.aa. J by the Ku bv Lumber coaunany.
Hut -ee just w hat a little dime amounts to in a short while when
lo.t or saved otten enough. Suppose you buy only twice a
week and save only i dime each time by buying your groceries
from the long established hous- ot I). Mike Jr. it amounts to
$ 1 0.40
a year and the long expet ieo.ee vvc have had in I n) ir.g an.!
selling enables us to save that dime to jou o'n a small purchase
and many times that on a big bill. It your loss if you fail to
see ns before you buy. Don't fail. 0 TELEPHONE 55
D. Fv.ME Jr.
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