Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 79, Ed. 1 Friday, March 7, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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- 7 ' ''wv ...vfft BALK.
South half of block near Allen
Academy. I'rlce .'.6il.
About one. anil one-quarter acre
near sehoolhoiiee In southeast part
of town. Small new cottage tenant
house and well on premise. Price
1101. L .
Blx room house and una lot
round on weat aid of town. Trice
81 1 room house and two lota of
rnoii.d Witterl four Mock a from
Mala Street. Hnck cistern on pre-
Tim M. H Colo home place. Two
and a half lota and 6 room ';
I'Uco well Improved. Price $10 W.UO.
- SMI sere llraa-oa Ilottom farm
pp...- mO -r acre. Will ail '
. ?u feet frout on llailroad Btccl to it
Of ot ii 'hiiMt'a property. u
ell part or all.
Also other city property
less ff&D !C
per copy the rate of subscrip-
I MM OR DttUB
is cn!v 51 rer annum to-4 copies
less terms in proportion. A papc
that eives vou all
world twice a week
departments for ;
Ihe news of th
.UVJ iHirfnl LM4n llaaari -a."
ml ftkmM laatia Nailaaa.
. . . . m . . . .11 I I
J . . t waninglon si&rcn o. a uii j
TT.tl ln fficial.y IJ from the rhinPpinea shows that the
Srcreiarj ami frefiuVnt. j Insurgent leaders are resorting to all
I kinds or deception ami luuiwmjvi w
vn itnnrMri'V TiTlMr rraln controL 0n" nurKenl com"
iU 1111 hill? r.N llirjJl m.nder recently Issued a proclamation
. : saying that "no l the time to atria
nr. Hay Cim Il-a-ons fur Shipment a decisive blow for Filipino InJepenJ-
. aaa Ui-.
1 IH-Hp"'" '
CANNOT SDK SPAIN
Danai's for Deaths on thi M-Fated
l!-ln at Havana
f Ure and I be I'resldrat Says
TliU (ifernment Hill Sat
Interfere la Ihe War.
Washington. March 6Messr. TToV
msrans anl Wesse's the Boer repre-
sentatives who came to the United
States from Europe for the purpose ol
conferring with the secretary of itate
have achieved their rnrpnw. They
were received by Secretary Hay Wed
nesday. It waa distinctly understood
that the Boers were to bo received at
private citizens and pot In an official
rapacity. Secretary 1 1 Ay talked to
them freely with tfcl understanding.
The principal object of tho delegate
waa to induce the United States gov
eminent to do something to terminal
the prevent bloody struggle In South
Africa They more not very specific"
as to what they wanted and apparent-
ly would be nail . Med with almost any-
thing from Intervention direct to a
simple tender of the good office un-th
part of the United States
The Hoys and Girl
3 world (1 penerai maucr
illustrated articles etc. Sample copie
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free. Mane remnianccs vy uici..
Money Order or Registered Letter.
A. H. BELO & CO.
tf Galveston or Dallas.
Everybody May Go to California.
In order to stimulate California
travel the Southern Pacific (Sunset
Route) haa decided to put on ex-
tremely low rates from all point
alotiK lt line in iiillana and
r Tl nta frntn New Orleans
to Han Francleo will h $10 00; from
Iteaiimoiit tZJJtr irom iiv.m..ii
iA fmtn 1 1 iniHton . A uttt In. Dnllas.
Ft. Worth San Antorlo niwl Denl-
aon l'-'5 (i. Tickets will 1 one-way.
aecoiid clnsa. and will he accepted
on payment of the thronirh I'ullman
toiirlnt sleeping enr rate on nil TulT
. ...ri.n li..iicr imernteil
llinil Mir-. -
nr Hi. Simaet Itollte. 1 liketa Will
be sold riallv during March and April
and are nniireii to romnnnM.. r..
'I'l lu a tlm clinnee of a llfelilix
i.'mLn Hie Irln to Cnllfornln. The
tliroiiL'h excursion sleeping cars art
the very her of their kind are per
sonally conducted and equipped wit I
Ixnen nf travel. For fur
ti.P iir.iriiiniloii. aildress lociil
Southern Pacific nirent.or
M. I rioniiixn T. J. Axiikkwix.
(1 V. .V T. A. A. (1. 1". A
tmayt Houston. Texas.
WOMEN AND JKWELS.
Jewels candy flowers niaii that
la the order of a woman s prefer
..... T.w..la fiirin a mirnntn of
mighty power to the averago woman.
Even the greatest or an jewem.
health. Is often ruined In the strenu-
oua efforts to make or save tho mon-
ey M purchase them. If ft woman
will risk her health to get ft coreted
gem then let her fortify herself
ftgalnst tho Inslduoua consequences
of coughs colds and bronchial affec-
tions hy tho regular use of Dr. Itos-
choe's Ormnn Syrup. It will
promptly arrest consumption In Its
early stages and heal the affected
lung and bronchial tubes and drive
the dread disease from the system.
It la not ft cure-all. but It is a certain
cure for cougha colds and all bron-
chial troubles. You can get nil of
I)r. (I. O. (Jreen's reliable remedlca
at the Wilson-Jonklna Drug Co'a.
atore Kryan. Ost Cireen'a Special
'The United Statea is in the mldnt of
bloody civil war. The coal miner
cf Pennsylvania have risen agaiust the
government at Chrago. a great battle
was fought In which 1600 regular aol-
dlers were killed. An army of antl-
Impertallsts Is besieging Washington.
Koosevelt will be deposed and Doctor
Ilryan proclaimed resident by th
Imocrata on the 4th of March nexL"
AMPIL IS RELEASED-
UU Caplara by X-w )'ltl Cmnar
I'urMl la Mri.(.
! Manila. March C Senor Ampll;
I presldente of the town of Cantal. prov-
ince of Morong. Luzon who I well
known as an American sympathiser
and who was recently carturcd by tha
lnurgi nt. tocther with some of the
native constabulary who dbil'P'ure 1
March 3. after an engagement with
the rebels ha been rescued from uu
enptors and returned to Caltal.
Senor Ampll aya that the Insurgent
! force which took him prisoner is an
A matter of complaint by the dele- entirely new organization coramanuea
gates was ih shipment of horses by Colonel Slmmotte of Pasals and
mules and provisions from the United was organized in the province of RlzaL
States for the ltrltinh forces In South u consists of 56 uniformed men armej
Aftlca. Secretary Hay went over this wtrh rifles all of whom wear police
subject very careful!y with them cit badges. Since the csptura of Senor Am-
ir g authority and precedents which pi and the engagemeut of the constab-
W- ...IJ u ...I .KMuhnH th ...... tl .V. 4 Y - nnvlnm r. f MiironiT
lit vaii i:uiit uini j -j.iiiitii'. .- (liui mivu vii jrivnu.. v.
lack of authority on the part of th has been In a fornwnt The unrest
general government to stop tne Amer- bas grown with senor Amp. is imi
and the spreading of hi reports 01 uew
organization. The exdtouiem Is now
intense and many of the Intabllaat
who have been frlendiy
to the United States authorise aro
leaving their houses and emigrating in
the hope of aavlng their Uvea.
ONE C0UHSK IS LKFT
Tha finimlloa Ssjr Only Such Usui
agra ( an lie 0!) ained as lbs
I'atted State l.'ttfrrnmrnt
Mill All.w Tbriu.
MOTTO FOR 1902. J
Houston & Texas Central
It tap the best Section
of Texas and Reaches
EVERY CITY Op IMPORTANCE!
Iran farmer from shipping hi provis
ion and the stock raiser from Bell
ing his product anywhere In the world
where be could get tha best prices
He also pointed out that the govern-
ment'a attitude In this case as In oth
er matters connected wlrh the South
African war. ba been strictly neutral
and that the government had done
nothing to prevent shipments of com-
modities to the Hoer forces.
Tha secretary of state heard them
Washington. March 6. The'Sianlah
treaty claims comniUnon hand?J di.s-n
B decision asalnst 111" claimants for
deaths and lujurles ro.vived by the
offlccra ana seamen lit f- wreck o!
the battleship Maine. In Mat-ana har-
bor. The com mission holds that "In-
dividual claims of iltUena tit one na-
tion may arise against th government
of another nation for reire.s of In-
juries to persons or property which
such citizens may have sustained from
Buch government r any of Its agents.
But such Individual clnlms d not arl.ie
In favor of officers and sea.imn of a
ship of war. who rec.-ivj. In I....' of
duty. Injuries to tin ir person for
which a foreign government Is re-
sponsible. The claim BKilnnt for Inn
government Is wholly national and a'.l
Injuries to such ofTlcrs and tesnun
are merged In tin national InJ'iiy;
and they ran look only to their own
government for such remuneration as
It may choose to r.'v'i thm.
The claims s fir Ml.-d with t'.e
commission wblcn will bo affe-tl
by this decision amount to abom
2.r.no.0oo. which probably would have.
been Increased to I". Ono.noo. hi I 1h
decision been favrabl to the claim
To FT. WORTH
ia4 lOo la ump for oopyf.th. Bomhera r.olll(j:Rlo.-x)li -Boon conulninf too Rsospta
S. F. U. MOUSE. T. J..ANDEK.VON M. L. KOIIBINS
Pm. Trsf. Mr.
Ant Co. Psaa. Agt.
....To the successful tailor are
'i'J-MM A stock of Supe-
ANOTHtR NF.W PARTY.
TRIAL OF PATRICK.
Tha National N..i .nian rrtrilnn a
lalTlt ll l.arhl.
Chicago. March 6 The Referendum
lengue of Chicago announced the for-
mation of a national party for tha pro-
motion of tha Initiative and referen-
! dnm In a.i rifles of United States.
rraaaaattaa Claa Us KvUaaea sa Da-
K'TorLZT":r c p. ... p.m ......
....... "iBllflnHI I()n Idll I Mil n rni'-iauoii a
The aecretary or state heara tnera bMk teller were examined at veo- 8M .y
attentively and promised to con.lder eMlonf lhe tral of Albert M-Jo rlty Rule r. g i i
tv.l. .An....ni.lLn. ami An whatever . . . i .... tk mnnlar of as urgauiii.
T. I-airiCB. ciwrgru w.- cM orclinxnB referendum leagues
William .. Rice. Tbey all gave Ctl- j r .
mony that the dl.puted signatures compe1nt mll.
were forgeries. Mr. Dondon. woo g q rPm BKn-
was recalled to tell the result of hi.
analyls of tha embalming fluid was n.on b voted up-
not permitted to describe th results
of such analysis to the Jury. He was
permitted. However to show the Jury
risss slides on which waa the mer-
fft and prices winch arc low enough to attract without beinj; low
euough to leien valne. The posncssion of these essentials
make ui coufident ofour success in pleasing every patron.
L r7 .Till
rior Cloth Know-
ledge of hisBusi-
ness Skill in Cut- 0
ting and hitting ! 0
their representations and do whatever
he could to ameliorate the conditions
In South Africa. But he pointed out
that the president was the prime au-
thority In such matters and recom-
mended that the Doers see Mr. Roose-
velt and ascertain bis vlows.
Later In the day Messrs Wolmarans
and Wessels accompanied by Mr.
Frederick Mueller of the Orange Free
State called at the wnite uouse. tney
order such question may b voted up-
on by the people.
eiaie cancu si inj niuw i munr. mw - t
were received by President Roosevelt cury taken from Rices body.
In tho library and remained with him Tha prosecution closed Its
Ball ta rr rhatar
Austin. March . Application to file
writ of mandnmus hns been filed here
In the supreme court by F.. Miller et
al from Harris county agalnxt secre
tary of State Tod to compel tho secre.
about 15 minutes. They called a prl- a alnit patrck during th afternoon
Tate citizens. .Mr. uooseven. innui-u - .... i .t..nnl
to what they had to say. and then In- e.on o ' VI fl e . charter which has pro-
formed them that mis governraeni that tne oeiense eipecieu i co uvi..v ... ..mwnl ro stlculn e that
canmit and will not Interfere In the thlrty Wtnrses. ini.ir. .-. nernilsxnble under
in Closing. Assouan uimri" i n"r- mine tiiirKos.-s that cor-
ney Osborne reserved the right to call n.tion hP formed relntina toi
sevx-ral witnesses who are not now In rr)Raon Bnd nerlcullure. The secre.
the city. At the request of t' e de- . f ..cllned to file rhnrter
Tonne ciuiri m nn in nuiiitru uuwi
John M. CnUwelPs fine Jersey bull
Services on application to owner.
Fees I4 at time of service. 103
To Cure uyspepsta and Indigestion.
Bour Stomach or Heartburn take R
Oyapepela Tablsta. All druggists are
authorized to refund money If they
(all to cure. lYlce 60 cents. If. II
Jamoa. tha lending druggist Bryan
Bo It ordained by the City Council
I'otincll of the l n.V in nryau; inni
Re election of city olllcers. to-wlt:
iisvor and two members of the City
r0-'.! .1.-11 tu. I.el.t bv tbe oua itle.l
VoTr of alJ cliy at the Clty Hall
Tn nrvan on the first Tuesday in
Anrll ?iext. it In Inff the first day of
AW ontl "aid election to be held
SiS Switl. city charter and
" City Stcrfctarj'.
roa al MllltWv.
lllllslioro. Tex.. March 6. Fire broke
out early Wednesday In the furniture
store of Hoffman At Co. Their stock
Is a total losa. Tbe Hillsboro Mirror
which was In the adjoining building
suffered heavy water damage. It nov-
elty department which Include One
art calendar fans etc. was badly
damaged as was also the new lino-
type machine. The loss to the Mirror
is about t:0 and l covered by Insur-
ance. The stock of Hoffman & Co..
waa valued at $1200 to $150". and wa
Insured for $100u. The building were
damaged badly the roofs being prac
as It eniiiiMiicu nmro
contained In thu law.
Marker Char.d Acalaa a rhjratelaa.
Dallas. March 6. Dr. A. B. Keathley
waa arrested Tuesday night on an in-
dictment found against htm by the
grand Jury charging htm with the
murder of Kittle Mills on June 17.
Keathley filed a petition for a habeas
day to permit Patrick's counsel to
prepare the opening of their case.
SAYS HE WAS WARNED-
Blahsp ratr Tall of Hla IMalng Olvaa
la naoher Waahlattan.
V.- Vnrli Vnroh fi nithnn Pntter
was chairman and Booker T. Washing-1 n ere future. Such a trade bus been
.v- h.i.1 n.-i.-r .t a m. etlnii ' carrb d on Flnce the el dls.me Pt of
w r-. - - .-. A be-r r:i d Which
UCIU cuurmsi itiiit. v v si e ' a...
In the interest of Hampton aud Tusko-
gee Institutes. Tbe meeting waa held
under the auspices of the Armstrong
New York. March fi Consternation
hns been cauwl amow? tbe bears on
the mercantile exebanpe by the pro-
mitigation of a rule nlmllshlng trading
The Best on Earth. 0
Enpion is su!J by lh (olliiln Jciltrs:
Booker Washington was Introduced
by Bishop rotter who said that after
tbe president bad entertained Booker
T. Washington as bis guest be tele-
m as follows:
gratulate you upon your guest
vu . . B mam a KUeSL BL HI T lull lasi wiu-
on an Indictnvut charging him mw - -
the murder of Lula Lockbart On ha-! ter snd I never entertained a worthier
knocked eh-ht cents off the prices r-
i cently la ssld to bsve caused tbe rule
to be promulgated a numerouKiy
signed petition of protest has been sent
to tho executive rommlttee.
Armuir; mru c ' -"
corpus hearing and It was set by the i graphed blr
court for next Saturday morning. ' congral
On Feb. 19 Keathley was arreatii
was admitted to bond in the sum of
$1500. which he gave.
Frlaaa Haaa4 far Bottom.
norheater. N. Y.. March 6. Prince
Henry of Prussia travelled from Chi-
cago to Niagara rails weuncsuay.
crossing tbe Canadian frontier for a I
brief stay during which he waa or-
fklally welcomed by tbe dominion and I
resumed his Journey Wednesday
nlaht. bound for Boston over tbe New
York Central line. His longest stop
In almost SO hours of contlnous travel-
ing was at Niagara Falls.
Ran Over by a Tralm.
Fort Smith. Ark. March 6 Frank
Fmlth. a coal miner was killed at
Huntington by a Frisco train. Just
how he came to be struck Is not
known but tbs fart that he was found
under tho cowcatcher leads to the be-
lief that he was seeking to ride on
that part of the engine and being
under tbe Influence of liquor fell off
and was squeezed under.
rlala al a Mlaa.
Monor.gaheta. Pa. March 6. A se-
rloua explosion occurred at Catsburg
mine one mile from here and feared
number men entombed are dead. Only
two men as far as known escaped.
lloMap al AaMla.
Austin. March 6. H. W. Gaston a
student at the university was held up
by highwaymen weanesuay mgni oa
Somehow or other." continued the
bishop "my message became public
and since that time 1 have received nu-
merous letters from people south of
the Mason and Dixon line entreating
me not to show myself in their neigh-
borhood as their citizens had no desire
to entertain me."
Toaac Gala Flva T-ara.
Fort Worth. Tex.. March 6. In th
faHural rnnrt C A Vn.inir waa aen-
tenced by Judge Meek to tlve years In
tne penitentiary ana iint-a sauu lur re-
ceiving concealing and carrying away
postage stamps and other government
property from tbe postofQc at Rang-
er Eastland county.
Ovardnaa ml Marahlas.
Oatesvllle. Tex. March . A. H.
Foster a citizen of Thatkervllle. I. T.
and an o d Confederate soldier died In
this city from an overdose of mor-
phine. BmallBni al Marhal.
Abilene. Tex.. March 6. Physicians
report three well developed cases of
smallpox at Merkel. All precautions
are being taken by the authorities.
Draak Hay Haas.
Sulphur Springs. Tex March 6. J.
Ivina In the northern part of
1 Hopkins county died from drinking
H II la l-irii'rl 'ha PraaMaat.
Washington March 6 At the con-
clusion of routine business in the sen-
ate consideration waa begun of the
bill providing for protection of the
president of the United States. Pend-
ing discussion of the bill Mr. Frye. In
charge of the shipping bill asked
unanimous consent to the final voto
noon that bill and all amendments be
taken on Monday. March 17 at 3 p.
m. without comment. The senate
agreed to the request.
Chicago. March 6 Sam Upphouser
known In pugilistic circles as the
Brighton Hlasher." Is dying as the ro-
suit of a knockout b ow rerelved In a
fight at the Bricklayer's hall Saturday
-...v.. Th. nnllre nre searching for
Ms opponent In the battle but csn only
learn that he la known as "Young
Choynskl." and no one know where
he can be found.
Nw OnVrad a IHfh I'nalHnn.
Washington. March 8 Considera-
ble pressure Is being brought to bear
on Harry S. New of Indlanmolls. to
accept the Drst assistant postmaster
generalship. Mr. New bases hla re-
luctance on business nnd other rea-
sons but ha not yet given final answer.
The Ilryan Grocery Co; IMk'o Bros; Sanders Uroa. A Co;
Colo Bros; Th. W. Ulw Ueo. W. Illfrjra; I). C
uucr; nernoio iroi jio. --. v.
Co; Saunders A Johnson; Dansby &
liiiiihbv; Howell Brothers.
J.'H. Maw hln ney fcj!
The Proper Way to Travel
No mtUer wbars yoa wUh to go.
FREE CHAIR CARS SPLENDI0 EQUIPMENT Box Vestibuled Perfect Traim
. n n . . s r..l A.it t1
lit WESI NEW YORK IHE EAST.
SaodOo la ttsmp tor copy of tha South.m rsclflo Kioe Cook Book
oontslniog zuu naeaipw.
3. F. B. MORSE.
Pana. TmOo Mnsr.
On. ft. Ticket Af
Helena. Ark.. March 6. Eugene It.
Smith a lumberman at F.arle Ark.
filed a Trillion 'n bankruptcy In the
federal court here showing $131176.-
C9 llabllltlea and no asaets except pe-
titioner's wearing apparel.
Karat f.aa Italtvarv f'll.
Washington. March 6. The house
resumed consideration of the bill to
rlnaalfr rural free delivery service
Good Bread" at Reasonable Rates at
a1-S a--. SB sa4s-laBPsk.
I lMno a " " - " "
a a T-.k a? TV n mtmJr1 tV. a -t- a l a a aAntra"t i VSt.
lb. cnp Th. r.r ... . .u SrSi! "J K".Tl I li art.' .
S"; oStortScl! i ." 10 I1.1U.O0I). . JSa u ..PPOrt ! It. "'
Nice fresh stock of
K&? BRYAN TEXAS.
BMMswSlSlllaM ' IIW
Th bMt Ii tha ehrapeat.
Olio Uuchma ha th best.
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