Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 142, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 20, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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Chat. Huaoa Aiuk Bono. Th. correct auea for urn iK-on ar.
ary largo ihwu and snrtlopaa.
WILSON & JENKINS.
THE DAILY EAGLE.
Entered at the postofflce M pecond
Class mall matter.
8T COMKKLLY A CARXKB.
Ter Week 10c.
. . Per Month 40o.
TUESDAY MAY 20 la.
Reports of wholesale kidnapping
come from Yucatan. Pat Crowe is
probably down there.
The merchants of Chicago are
now cheluled tor a trip through
Texas. The !ig elate is beginning
to draw like a mUHtard plaster.
HUmric Goliad swept by a dis-
astrous cyclone Sunday has served
to divert iutcrest from the volcano
region and enlist sympathy and
aid for suffering people at our door.
A Somerville correspondent re-
ports a building boons in that lown
a number of residences being under
construction and contracts let for
others with improvements alno
going on in the business part of
An immense amount of interest
and political advantage centers in
the elections next fall when twenty
senators and 400 congressmen will
be elected. The democrats have
strong hopes that they will capture
a majority of the prizes.
Dr. Edward Everett Hale has
ponderous ideas alout what ton-
atitutes the white man's burden.
In his lecture before the Twentieth
Century Club of Chicago he called
flpiwcial attention to five duties of
the century. The first in order he
says is the building of a four track
road from Labrador to Patagonia
which he declares to be necessary
to keep the human family from
being "squeezed together". Next
he says comes the construction of a
similar line across Europe and
Asia for a like purpose; and third
the carrying out of the idea of
Cecil Rhodes for a "Cape to Cairo
road" traversing the African conti-
nent. Following these comea the
duties of faithful treatment of the
race question as presented by the
ncTo the Indian and the Chinese
ind the advocacy of the doctrine
i f universal peace. i
CONGRESS THIS WEEK
win iucm PbiiirpUo tun th
Him Natal Mill.
TTashlrgtoi. May 19 The program
of th senate for th present week will
be devoted to the coual deration of the
Philippine (5overnm-nt bill and there
are hopes that debate on that measure
will be completed t-f're the end of the
wk. The fact hat there will be an
adjournment of the senate covering
net Saturday In ordr to permit that
body to participate In the unveiling of
the Rocbambeau statue probably will
have the effect of phoning the final
vote until Monday or Tuesday. There
Is. however no longer doubt In any
rjtiarter that the minority will permit
a vote at soon ai the debate on the
bill shall le exhausted. 1'ixbT the
pren-tit arrangement the bill will oc-
cupy most all the time of the senate
this week and the prospect is against
the sandwiching in if much other b'i-
Ines Speeches In support of the Mil
re promised by Senatora IJurrows.
Dolllver and Spooner and In opposi-
tion to It by Senators Hoar. lUton
Patterson and o'lu-rs.
After Bnlshln the naval bill this
we-k. the house will take up the bill I
reported from the committee on foreign
affair Mating to passports. One day
will be devoted to (l.ilms. the day for'
that buslnexi last we"k having been
poet ported. I'ntll a special order a I
bill for the restriction of Immigration I
will be taken up and It Is expected will
cause a lively debate. There also Is
propect of taking up the Hill bill re-
lating to subsidiary coinage. This
measure ill be rftrongly uuuon!stiz-1
ed by the minority and may precipitate j
a discussion of the currency question i
Early In the week the committee on1
rules will hold a meeting to deride1
whether or not time shall be given for
the consideration of the bill for a Pa-
If so go away to some summer
resort this season for your health
but first come to us for another
If your health is good take a
trip anyhow for pleasure go
fishing- or hunting or "away oil
somewhere" to while away the
hot Jays of summer' hit first
From our stock
Select jour grip
AnJ be prepared
To take your trip.
Atlan.pl at AuaMlaatlaa.
St. Petersburg May 1!). An unsnr-
ressful attempt was made Sunday even-
ing to assassinate Von Wabl governor
of Vllna. oa Wabl was formerly
chief of police .of St. Petersburg and
had a great deal of trouble with stu-
Oauillaa Tank Fiplodaa
Tittsburg. May 13. A gasoline tank
belonging to the I'nlted States Olasi
company exploded about noon wreck-
ing a house In Winnebago street anJ
burying a number of person in the
ruins. Six men have been taken out.
Hath TaB rarbolla Acid.
St. T)uls. May 17. Despairing be
c suse of obstacles In the course of their
love Antonie Kegnler 23 years old and
Annie Klckel. IK years old took car-
bolic acid Friday night and died In
each others' arms.
Two Maw Mthllal lll.hnpa.
Dallas. May 20. The Methodist gen-
eral cii'if'-reine has decided to t-lwt
two new bishops at this session. Th
war t !alm will from now on be th
bain Issue until finally settled.
Which Had the Best of It?
She was a Salvation Army las-
Hie. He was a drummer bent on
having a little fun at her expense.
'Do you believe everything in
the Bible?" he asked.
"I do" said the girl with the
'Do you believe that the whale
"But how can a whale swallow
a man?" asked the drummer deri-
sively. "I don't know" said the girl
"but when I get to heaven I'll ask
"But suppose you don't find him
"Then you can ask him" said
the girl. Ex.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Nebraska has had too much rain and
there Is no hope for seeding wheat.
J. T. Mundy of Illinois Is suing for
the possession of the Hogg-Swayne
tract of land at Iteaumont Tex.
The chief of poll e and three a-
ter'lves of Minneapolis. Minn. have
been arrested charged with receiving
For special train iHssinn Hryan
May 2o. 11MX2 Ht 11 :5 n. in. thn JI. A
T. C will hhM round trip tickets to
(Inlveston; tar2 . Ticket trooil
troiiik' on special train only. I'Inul
limit to leave (Jalveston ii"t later
than evening. May 21st. Continuous
passage each direction.
W. S. Wilson Agent.
Emmors Proscription Pharmacy
The I. A U. X. Uy. will eell tickets
for Hpeeial train leaving Hr.van nt
H M it. in. May 11) to arrivn in (!at-
veston :3i n. in. Ketumliig train
will lenve tlalveston May aith. at
7::top. in. All tickets limite.l to May
21st. That is purties w ho wWi may
return on special train May 2o. Mt7::K
p. in. or they may remain in Halves-
ton over night ami i turn May IMst.
Fare 20i for the round trip.
MavlSth to2tli inclusive. 19KJ H.
A T. C. will sell roiiml tri tickets to
(Snlvestrn; fare It H). Final limit
May 2tli. t'ontlnu.us passage in
i-hcIi lir ctln.
V. H. Wll.sov Agent.
H. B. DORSHY a l'KtiKlETjK
rirat cIms Hot tnd Cold. Shower and Vapor
N. J An ETTA
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP
l i V 1
rj I Repairing neatly and promply done.
Shop n rear ol Zuich building sou in
the Post office.
THE DEAD AT GOLIAD
Xinetj relies KiM-overed from the
Wreck of the Cyclone. .
MANY WERE INJURED
The Storm DemelW.ed a Sirlp f Twa
IllotLs Tbrauca tba risce-I'ar.
tUI List of the Itrad aid
' tba Vfonnded (.iTen.
Oollad. Te.. May 19. K clycona
struck this place at 3:45 o'clock Sun-
day afternoon leaving death and de-
struction In Its path. As far as can be
ascertained 90 people are dead about
125 Injured some being seriously Ir
not fatally hurt and mor believed to
be beneath debris.
It struck this place about 3:4$
o'clock In the afternoon lasting only
about flve minutes. It came from ths
southwest without a warning com-
pletely demolishing a atrip about two
blocks wide through tha whole of ths
western part of the town about a mils
Among the many houses demolished
are the Uaptlst church and parsonage
Just built. Methodist church and a
It Is Impossible to estimate the num-
ber of houses destroyed but It Is
thought the number will reach 100.
Damage done cannot be approximated
but It Is very great.
The path of devastation Is left
atrewn with all kinds o! debris and
desd and wounded animals.
Information from the country around
Goliad Is to the effect that no damaRS
A special train bearlnff the O'Connor
Guards si physicians nurses and
many volunteers came from Victoria
attd also special from Cuero bringing
physicians nurses.' dniRKists and vol
unteers. Although everything Is done
for the relief of the wounded cries f ot
physicians and medical attention ars
So far 50 dead and 125 Injured have
been reported of which the followlnj
is a partial list of the dead:
Mrs. Johnson aged CO.
Margaret Tope ngej 8.
rinkie Loit. daughter of Wm. Scot
Mrs. Purl two children MauJ and
Two Augustine children.
Mrs. Stopple and children except
Mr. and Mrs. BUI Hoard and three.
Joe Savage and child FarriniL
Mr. Newcomb wife and child.
Ilaywoiwi Jones and 13 unidentified
making 42 negroes dead recovered.
Thera are S3 neeroes Injured many
fatally and U Is thought there are
at least 15 dead not lmluucj in aDove
The following whites were Injured:
W. II. Maddox. both legs broken and
Injured about head probably fatal.
Mr. and Mrs. I.. S. Vandalsen and
two children none fatally.
Mrs. O. E. Tape leg broken and other
Injuries very serious.
Maddox child. Injured.
Mls Iluelah Dial
Wm. Iott ribs broken not serious.
Walter and Stuart ltt. legs broken.
Mrs. and Mr. John Angustlne badly
Mrs. Joe Savsge Internal Injuries.
Miss Satlle Good badly Injured.
Mrs. Gibson Just alive.
Miss Llbble Carr badly hurt
Mollle and Alice Tarte. none fatally.
J. A. Turner wife mother-in-law
and one child not fatally.
John C. Muring.
Nablnger and son Albert of Vic-
toria. Jim Ttiitherforl and wife.
Mr. Smith of Hockport. who was vis-
iting his daughter here.
Mrs. Harbison and little boy.
Ruby Maddox and Maddux's baby.
P. llarlng. -
Iatnaf at Sa Aataala.
Pan Antonio. Mar K terrific wind
ami rain storm swept over this city
Sunday afternoon doing damage to
property In all sections of the city.
The wind came from the southwest
the velocity of It reaching "2 miles
per hour. The greatest damage was
done to the government property at
Fort Sam Houston the loss there being
not lees than $.'.0000. At St. Louis
college the damage was $i)0. At Hot
Sulphur Wells hotel the loss was $4U00.
The Wet Knd Methodist church was
eomplen !y wrecked loss $no. Damage
to private residences will reach at least
$20000 und the damage to shade and
ornamental trees ran not be estimated.
Several persons were Injured but
none seriously. A number of horses
were killed by falling barns.
aavara Wlad at Mlaaala.
Mlneola. Tex.. May 19 A heavy
windstorm followed by rain visited
Mlneola Sunday afternoon. The wind
came from the sontheast at first but
changed and came from the southwest.
Hundreds of shade trees were blown
down and otherwise damaged. Several
houses were blown from foundations
and many wer otherwise damaged.
The roofs of several of the stores were
torn off. causing 4 much damage to
goods. Mrs.-fn 4. Wllllngham was
the orilfi'st your rt and sbs is not
IheBRYAN BROOU FACTORY
-WIIl begla rinsing Juna 13th-
Flrsiciass worti "xti
V IN T K K I
S Your Orders for
D. CRECC Proprietor.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
the LIVERY LINE! especially.
Our customer have gooJ horses to drive and good
vehicles to carry them where they
want to go.
The Undertaking Depart-
ment of our bnsinesi is sec-
ond to none in Central Tex.
Have a care for the Teeth
jftt; ! 1 '4avc uir Jcnist 0 oc'c -thcm over 3nJ stF
I .u .... ;n nr..r inA 1-t nt furtikh vnn I Ti
KVf V lotin in uimi turn
i kva with the BEST BRUSH AND I'OWDLRS f 'O
0 BEN S. READ l Druggist.
A tulv of cream dentifrice as Ions; as itlaMs
free with every 25 cent to 5o cent brush.
1 1 Sale
l Of 1 S1IH1S
We are overstocked and have decided to nuke a deep-cut
in every department. Here are ajlew MONEY-SAVERS:
Vin M Fliturml rnM lwnt wra So p'll I 3-In
li l-;-e M-T-fiii.-d (.htilr. cil per T"l '
Solid conriJrot-ill n Lawn r "lr talua 12 l-2n. prll St 7
rr liln K.lKlne nl lnTtli.fi lhS 1-4" klntl 'll at tr
All-or.T lm not rijuUr irt a aclal at I '
br nrw Utrwt Cim-t ! I al at :K
4V l'tl"! t 'K.lt.-llllno Unto rrlx at '-'.So
(Co IjwII- I'uraaol 1-inch ai lil at 4Vi
in ir 'I lb arhito iun'rt'" S rmli long tpenl
IV- PiiK-rn llhT H'U wll at I "8
I mr 01 25 1 -ali-i inii.ino.1 iiilnrt. uprx-ial -v
H.-a our llii inmml Htt rlurHl lo lki SIM I1.T5 and .... I")
IV l'Uiih awirtMl roiora K-th ipiMinl ... I'm
I V r. biitn'h of Hit I"
A new Una of Uiamory IkH.iH U im'UI
Jli. It ordaiiu'd by the City Council
of tin- city ot Itryan:
That It le und ia hereby inaib tlie
ut v of any and all pernons who ar
the owners of a tin or dw and
which are kept within the corporate
limits of said City to keep such don
or doga muszled und any pernon
vlolatinsrthe provisions of thia ordi
nance by allowing a b(r owned by
. . . . i.i.i.. 1 1 i . ..
li I m to run ai iar wiiuiii kiu kuj
. m I..I l..ll I.. n.tU
ItllOUl Ieinn lliuit' annii tin Kuiii;
t ri llnmia ami lltMlll fflll Vll't lllll
shall be lined in any sum not loss
than onu dollar and not more than
attkt ! Ji. Jiarrison
C. M. Sped S. B. C. .. layoe
He it ordaiiu'd by ttie City Council
of the City of Itryan. 'JVxa:
That it be ami ia hereby inmle the
duty of all pernoim owners of dns
kept within tho fornorate lfiiiit of
said city to keep such dog or do?a
tagged with a tax to lie procured from
the city secretary.
That the said secretary procure and
keep on hand a supply of tairs and
that he aell same at one dollar a
That any dot; found at large In said
city without such tag be taken up '
by the Marshal and inipoiindiHl.
attkht R. II. Harrison
C. M. Spell S. H. C. Mayor.
Fresh shipment of Huyler's candy
at McDougal'a drug store. 150
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