Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 162, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 12, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL. 7; NO. 163.
BRYAN TEXAS THURSDAY R10RN1NQ JUNE 12 190a. y
A. and DQ . College
June 8th 9th 10th
DO YOU EXI'hCT VISITORS? If you do don't take
any chances crs substitutes get the genuine
WO GUARANTEE everything we send out and if not
satisfactory no trouble to exchange same.
LADIES are especially invited to call and inspect our
'"" stoA where they will find everything that is kept
in an uptodate grocery store. We guar-
antee quantity quality prices.
Gaocta akb CornttRoAtTtM.
Have a core for the Teeth
Have your dentist to look them over and
put them in order and let us furnish you
with the BEST BRUSH AND POWDERS
Irra' i 1---
A tube of cream dentifrice as long as itlaMs
free with every 25 cent to 5o cent brush.
BEfl S. READ Druggist.
1 lie BRYAN BEOOH FACTORY
-Will brgln running June 11th-
nrstciass wort! "BrE
T!.e HOME rotory!l
D. CRECC Proprietor.
Say they sell the best meats in llrya 11.
They handle ycunjj stock ond keep a I 1
their nuats in cold storage at the ice fac-
tory from which it comes to their own
refrigerator in first-class shape. Prices
as low as th: lowest always : j t
aX7'Markct next door to Ilryan (Iroccry
Co. : : : Ilryan Texas.
.FRLSH CAR OF
ROUND ROCK L
Received every week at Bryan Brick Yard. Will sell at 95 cents per
barrel. Apply to
SWT BY A CYCLONEi s
Great Damage in Portions of Wis-
consin Illinois and Iowa.
A NUJlHEIi KILLED.
io to corpus v tin.ii will pujfct3
rapidly a possible.
9a Accennt mt Wires lleleg New a Oalj
Mrsgrr Sews Obtained The In
Jure. It-ported Will K-aca
Half & Hundred.
Chicago. June 11. Meacer reports
received here t-1 1 of a destructive tor
nado which Tuesday night awept from'
the southern boundary of Wisconsin!
through central Illinois as far south as
liloomlngton with ramifications west
of the Ml.-slaslppl.
At Merna. Ilia. three tires were lout
and twenty people Injured.
I.aurel. little town In Marshall
county (owa. Is laid to nave Leo
Dloomlngton. Ilia. was hit severely
and buildings In all par'ji of the el'y
were seriously daruged and traffic
blocked. So far as known do lives
were lot at Plooiuington.
V.'lrea are blown down In every di
rection and It la with extreme dlffl
culty any Information Is secured.
The storm sv.ipt through the ataW
about midnight tccompanied by elec
trical discharge of severe nature. For
seven hour Chicago could obtain no
torn menial communication with cities
In the path of the storm.
DUMlfMt K IIM.
Pekln IH. June 11. A tornado pass-
ed over Tatewell Tuesday night killing
three and fatally Injuring two person
at Kingston mine.
! rs. Thomas Murray and Infant and
Willie MtEIwell. ased three.
Patrick McElwell and wife were fa-
The entire eatt end of tLe village
was swept away.
lava Towa SaftVra
Tea Moines la. June 11. Grlnell re
ports that the town of Laurel. Mar
shall county wat destroyed by a lor-
a4- Tutflay r ght Ov.!r. if.e
wlrva brine don It is Impoiiie to
stvure definite Information.
Detroit. Minn.. June ll. Th list of
the killed In the tornado of Monday
afternoon Is as follows):
Mra. E. V. Btj and four children
Andrew tiihum two y'ris asd 13
and 11. and two boys 13 and 6.
Tlielllhuma bad Ore other children
who were more or ! Injured. Mrs
Illhum waa hurt probably fatally but
llihum himself was uncrati hd.
Thirty farm bouaes and barns were
Si arm ar ! Mra
Illoomlnitton. Ills.. Jun' 11. Three
liven were lot. and 20 people hurt and
Merna ten miles north. In the morm
that vlxlted that vicinity about mid
night Tuesday night.
Miss !na Cahagan of Leroy.
Mrs. Edward Martin of Ieroy.
MI'S Annie Kelley of Merna.
Mitchi'II Cunningham of Mrna It
Two hundr-d people was attending; a
dance In the town hall when the tor-
nado wrecked the ImildinR. I'fticg the
roof and crabbing In the walla.
Ravotattoa Ctt4 Tkwtr ii mm.
Derlln June 11. Cennan eralsert
Caielle and Falke have been sent to
LaCuayra. Vensuela. at the pe lal re-
quest of the German marge d'affaires
' lnuayra. VenetueU at the special re
in consequence of a revolution bavins
broken out In the suburbs of LaGunyra
leading to the bombardment of ths
town by fort and Venexuelan war-
ships. A FIGHT IMMINENT.
CulfO Will IIhIh Mais' rtnw Sa
Tort of gpaln. Trinidad. Juiie 11.
Events we marching with giant stride!
In the country of Kollvar. President
Castro of Venezuela has been furred
to recognize that the Matos revolution
is not a myth for his beet troops
are beaten dally by the revolutionary
forces ind at the f-esent time from
north to aouth from east to west the
rountry la rUing as one man against
General Matos. who likewise entitles
Llmself preid' nt has personally tak
en command of the revolution and Is
marching towards Caracas with aa
army which some persons estimate at
B200 men. and others at 7501.
To believe however that he will
reach the capital and take possession
ct the presidency without a deadly
struggle would be an illusion. General
Castro la preparing to offer resistance
and hope to bar the invasion either
In the plains cf Carabobo or In the
talley of the Tuy.
This ts not the only direction to
which the president's political horizon
U menaced. Coro Valencia and Bar
qulxlaeto are alt more or less In the
power of the revolutionists. At Coro.
Generals Rlera and Solagnt have ef
fected a junction and are absoluts
masters cf the environs. Revolutionary
troops enter the rity every night
and a he town U no longer lighted
everybody Is exDevtlng th Imposi-
tion of a fnrred contribution. Dual-
nena Is paralyzed and the banks are
without specie. The Hank of Caracas
the capital of which la S.OOO.OOO boll
rars. (a bolivar la equivalent to about
tentr -eutsi has nly 126.000 boli-
vars Ir. its coffers that Is to say about
Whatever may be the result of the
revolution. Gen. Castro said to one of
his intimate friends a few days ago:
"I shall show them that I am neither
And'iesa nor Andrade. whom they
sent to Ijar.uayra ' a basket If I
leave my pa'are at Mlraflorcs It will be
FIRST OF MANY CLAIMS.
SpaaWb) Claim ramaarMla Ilawv m
fM af Waller O. tTar.
New York. June 11. The first hear-
ing In Cuba before the sub-commission
appointed by the Spanish claims com-
mission at Washington to investlgats
the claims for damage suffered dur-
ing the Spanish-American war bai
just been held before Commissioner J
F. Darling. The case was that of
Walter Grant Dygert. an American.
.who claims 200O0. as damages for Ira
prtsonment at Guinea being mistaken
for a young English rebel known as
There are tn all about 600 casea tc
be heard In the Island aggregating $S
000.000. which will require two or three
years to be heard. The Dygert case
wilt have to go over until the return of
ex-Vice Consul Springer from Wash-
John B. Mike Manager.
Booking: Attractions for Season
1 O 2 - O 3 -
hauiut-i r.' jionm a farmer living
pear Sprlng3eld. 111. 'committed sul-
ilde by shooting himself with a gan.
Ill health the cause.
George Nlckelsoti of Texas and J. A.
Camel of the Indian Territory have
bought a ranch of 170000 acres In
Mexico paying I123.0O0 for It
United State Marshal Houston seiz-
ed 1GT0 Panama hats at Galveston.
Tex. but the smuggler escaped.
Mlsa Maud llamby of Hopklnsville.
Kr. committed suicide by swallowing
two ounces cf carbolic acid. Disap-
pointed love the cause.
Governor Hogg's English syndicate
will build a refinery at Ueaumont Tex.
to refine oil.
Oklahoma's wheat crop will be very
large this year. It Is far beyond tho
Mrs. Sarah Met Caraway of Dumas. !
Tex. was given a life sentence for the
murder of her husband. She leaves
fire children without support I
Terry McGovern and Young Corbett '
will flrht the thamplonahin battle ea
A u glint 29. - I
6ef rork Mutton ar 1
Diarket product in an
reaaonabU prict s. I it
the beat aniiriala ajjj
.t banking; I V
Fir rluf 1 '
g.ia 11 at rearla.
reorla. III.. June 11. The storra at
Peoria was very destructive. Several
tivee lost and the property damage lngton. who la a witness for the com
extennlve. Mercantile and farmers rilainant
loxs will be bundreda of thousands of Neely. P.atbbone and other Ameri-
dollars. I cans affected by the amnesty bill.
signed by the president have been dia-
Rpvalallaa la Hayll Immlal. Charged from custody
Klngstiin. Jamaica. Jun
steamer Ijiur-nburg. from N'w York
for Went Indian ports arrived here
Tuesday. She brought advice from Faahlag Haaaa Maaaa-ar. Rfaa4 Sa if
Port ail Prlnre. Haiti to th" efT-i t that ww Qoaatlaaa af Oraaa Jary.
while the provision government of th! 1 fcew Orleans. June 11. The United
republic Is acting w.e!y f. -htlrg will gtatP8 eran(i jury which has been in-
::iai"Ly rr:ir itu ; is .he tri t... n
I t.t . - .tMH MA ni.ma.l
III 1 HHrtl HKllUUI U.J UVT flimvvuirui
Flrmln Seneque and Fom-liard arr
the tlir-e principal candidates fur thf
preelilenry and have favor In the or-
ner nam. d. Eai h party la endvoring
to stir up strife and evidi-ncca ol
trouble are already ai'ixari.ig.
Vqnl W p.d Obi.
Tncpon Ariz. June :o. Th lnt"t
renrts received In lb rin '- ll'i fn;n.
tleneral Torres of the lut:l in Srrj
Maratlan. is that the d. f tn
Yaqt'.ls is complete. Ii tn.-n ''
thir nillilb'T succeeded In
and a numln-r oi tb'" w r " n-1 d
The number of YaquU kil d vrs S.'..
woiiud J arc! apt u red. 21M. Til :V-
can t BHiialt'.es were sli-.i.t. C- n r.'!
Tore has tb situation w. .1 !;i t.: a I
and mining intTcct are un.i.s' -rb d.
lr'do T'-x.. J 'ne 11. T! n-.rk ol
broad' ui ii ir tbe r.'U'g" of i. - l'evn--Mexlcnn
rnilay. a bra"i li i ' ii" Na
tionsl rail-ay of M x' 1.. '
pushed as nr as Al ce T- . ::..! ? .
day for the Rr I !ni? ?U i r.-W
ram were ru .:n!ti ov-r i'-e i !!!
ne tir.g at Alice r ith th t i; i-iur.
d:vlflun f:r crj t : t.'in -i v . 'I l-i
Wi.rk ut bi-r.:d.:i;t C tbi b ia" of th
having Ven returned.
This is underetood to mean the gov-
ernment has given up the task as hope
less. Iocal packing house managers
had refused to answer quenttons and
although Judge Parlance of the United
States dhtrict court decided they
must answer the witnesses had pre-
pared further to resint through their
attorneys by taking out habia corpus
Warld'a ralr at Si. I-ai. WiXi Na Opaa
tlalaa n ilf.
St. Ixuils. June 11. President David
It. Franc! has been authorized by the
exposition directors to sign a contract
In which the World'a Fair manage-
ment pledges Itself not to operate the
fair on Sunday at any time. Thla ac-
tion la taken aa a result of a Utter
from Secretary Shaw requesting the
eorumiiiouer;i to comply with a sec-
tion In the federal act appropriating
$:.lKo000. wbbU state that the con-
dition of payment of this amount l
that the company execute the contract
A SAD OCiJJDIES!
y & St W.'.
J uT r n
kit I' I Z J
Our Livery Dep
It also the rigs PIES
Braa4 eta. eevtatr-
ya.Dae door aorta ot Htavir'a.
YOU HEED Gfi
Wehavethem. We are that near r
To complete the deal we a that you .
show you what we have and wn.it we w.
to make you a customer the f' vi-jr-ahiue
by yjur erilict. Our0'
cheaply as anloily ar.J gi Ccn"
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