Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 174, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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II a. v m v o u T 111 k ;i I'.T.V
Fcrndell Salad Dressing for cold meats
O and vegetables.
Ralston Breakfast Food.
Cream of Wheat.
Postum Cereal Grape Nuts.
Penick & Ford's Broakfast Syrup put up
in 1 gallon and 4 gallon cans.
Ferndell Sliced Peaches for cream.
Drink CHASE $ SANBORN'S Seal Brand
Coffee Emporcr Blend and Ceylon
Tea. Have no equal.
DANSBY & DAHSBY
it. & T. C SCHEDULE.
Northbound No. I..
Northbound No. 8..
K.)rtL bound No. 6.
1 :4 p. in.
2:17 a. m.
H-uttibound No. I !:!." p. in.
KiUihbouEd No. 4 4::?3p it.
hiuthboitnd No. 6 ... 2 :0a. rn.
No. 8 and 4 ar fast trains stopping
only afprlnclpal station.
I. A O. N. RCHKDUr.K.
No. 101 Northbound I'KKNen.
f!"T lcave I: dp in.
(M.im tin ronuactloa with mala llu
I. U. M. -lu wl kd4 .hi.
Jfj. lol Houihbouud l'An-
rr Arrive 7:10 p. in.
No. 102 l'ntiMoiiKPr to San An-
tonlo leave a. in.
No. KU Pause mrer from Nan
Antonio Arrive 4;0O p. in.
I Local JVctos I
Mi it awing at Levy Itro. 192
White tdoue cars at Coulter' dw
Hoys' "I' abundance at Coul-
Ja. T. Ward of Dallas waa in the
Infant' oft ol hoea and atrap
sandals at Coulter's dw
Mr. C. M. Don and children haT
re turned from Alvln.
Dr. J.-me end wife of ttcthel wore
in the city yesterday.
Mit Christian Col lard of Mart I
tha guest of Mr. M. J. Collard.
Mr. Jewell Howard returned
yesterday from Dalla and Clreen-
C. 11. Fraud sell the bent beef
mutton and drrssed poultry iu
I; madra and make your hu-
lnda and boy ahlrst.
dw W.J. Coulter.
1 I. C. Hill and Utile ion of Itog-
ers Frafrie wi re in the city yester-
day Hack to the Convent tonight. 75
cent per couple for round trip.
Knee pant f-rjj
Manager Mike of the Orand opera
house hn secured the Pay ton Sinter
and their Incomparable company for
..I . .
I lore uium MiKcfun -m coin
jincnclnj? next Thursday night. A
i different comedy will be produced
every night with high clan ringing
and ilituclug pci.ttiv. "I'tah"
I .em It. Parker's four act rural emu.
edy iu fonr act will be prcswited
Thursday night. I.adie will le ad-
mitted free tipening night only when
accompanied by one paid &) cent
ticket. Matinee Saturdar. 171
Some time during Tuesday night
the residence .f M. Parker wa bur-glrir-d
by some unknown person
or erson who secured fi in cah.
Kntrauce wa made through a win-
dow in the lower storr and the
member of the family sleeping
above were not dUturbtd. The
blind were cloned by the thief aftr
him exit. Several cmi of theft liave
been reported recently and the ofll-
cer are on the lookout for the of-
fender. I.ynnviile Houston happened to
quit a serious accident recently
falling from a trapeze producing
concussion of the brain and wa un-
conscious several hour. He Mas
attended by Dr. W. II. Oliver and
hi many little friends in tow n will
glad to learu that he I now rapidly
Pr. Pavid F. Houston viltd the
A. and M. College Tuesday and left
in the afternoon for AuMln. He will
visit the agricultural and mechan-
ical college of several state before
the meeting of the board of director
at College July 15 at which he ex-
pect to be present.
Indies free Thursday night only
when accompanied by otio 60 cent
ticket at which time the Fay ton
SUter Co. will open a three night'
engagement at the tiraml opera
house in Lem 11. Parker's four act
rural comedy success "Utah
Mr. Solon Stanlev. ofj
l who n
All S3. 00 straws
...now t 2.10.
All 02.50 straws
now .60. j
AH S2.00 straws
All SI. 50 straws
All SI. 00 straws
now 80 c.
Seo window display.
Villa Maria Exercise.
The commencement exercise of
Villa Maria Ursuline Academy will
be held at 7:3) Thursday evening
at the Academy. Admission 90 cents.
All are cordially Invited to attend.
Ticket are on sale at the store of
Howell Droa. Wilson k Jenkins
George Higg Dansby A Pansby
The llryan Grocery Co. and Jame
Alteatioa Receptioa Committee.
The members of the actiro and
honorary reception committees ap-
pointed for tbe Uood's Brigade re-
union are requested to meet at the
opera house thia morning at "10
o'clock to arrange for the systemat-
ic performance of their duties.
The Payton Sister Comedy Co.
will appear at the (Srand oyr.
for three nigh'
Ma ..r lvrr.
Grand Inland. Nob. June 23. Sena-
tor Allen a'ldrrzs'd the Populist con-
vention maklnr; a alronic j for Ih
Domination of V.'.Iliam J. Urjin for
A .'eiert mom d a rhslr and
movr 1 that U'yan t nominated ljr se-
clan:3'.lon. TIi nmMon a.i tarried In
t th m !' ( of c'ferinx and apluiu'e.
! The rrrA-m romml'if vm In-
trnrjrd. Sfriv'Jtf the D-niwratle con-
I ventlon ff tbe ari.)n f the ropuliHta.
I Flv minutes lat- r. b-.'fon the Dem
ocrats knew of the action 'if the other J
convention C. J. tfmyth appeared and
announced his willlngneg. t withdraw
In favor of anybody who could ) nom-
inated ty the two b"l The propo-
sition w reeeired with a ciurui of
Tlie Democratic convention was no-
tified of the nomination of William J
Bryan by the PopuUat and the with
draws! of Harrington.
Smyth who had been nominate by
the Democrats expressed hi willlo:-
ne to wlthdrsw or stand for the com
Inatlon at the pleasure of the conven-
tion. ! Iiryan took advantage of the oppor-
tunity to address the convention mak-
a plea for harmony and fusion. And at
the s me time declining to be nominat-
The convention then began ballot-
in In which Harrington was leading
when the latter Cecllned absolutely to
accept. At this point the convention
At 11 o'clock both conventions nom-
inated W. H. Thompson of Grand la-
land for governor.
Fresh Goods This 17c:!;
Doicr Crackert Cake Wafers of al! flavor. Comp!:.
Line Hlanke Dro Candle Twelve Vartie of LIM-j
McNeil & Libhy' Car.ncd Meat Go!J I3anJ ar.J
Premium Hann and riieakfatt Djcon.
rV Received Dslly.
Jdo. U. Laurence a do.
KlUara la Aeli..
Fan Francisro. Jnn 13. The brkj
v.'i. i .1 n itiin ini;if 111-ws jn'iu II
waJI that Kilanea vnlrano Is mora sr-
tlv than at any time since the out 'Q
break four years. a?o. Since June I f airl I"T?
smoke and Time have been Insula a' I rV l 11 I
from the-crater In ir--est j"antjtles. .lii-ll UJIIJ
From !U!o the sky In Ui direction of; f
the vnkano rexemble. a great fork:a CAr PClt?
xlotid by day and at nlht the fiam-'S Will'
Ing torrh aV-v the crater can bej - " '
seen for msny mils by vessels nass-i V.
ing the l-ilnid. In the vltlnlty of the. y
crater the earth tremble almost con-i a
stanty and snb-erranean mmbling li J
heard. It Is lie'leved a still greater-
. . .
eruM'ion I romii:g.
Talanel K. II. Janhtn. 1A.
Why suffer with the heat this
summer? liny some good
linen and make you a ouit or
pair of pants.
One pant p.tt-ra. S yd tt .
One ult pallrrb T yd. st SV-
Onc pant psuero. j yds st
Onatult pattern. 7 jd .1 too
S.m Antonio. June 55. Po'onel
II. Jenkins president of the combined
eleetrlral Interests of Pan Antonio. 9
dlecl here W' -neday after short III J
ress of hbirlder troti'iles. A great
shock to th conimtmity tbe mosl a
popular men the city ever had and J
the bio or the laboring man. aitnonrti M
he only lived here three years. H 5 1 hesc are nest patterns and i
Aim ....I m-r.pt- In rohttltiKna Ihm rat ' T. . . " M . 1 1 .
lines and lirht plants lie couni nave
had any polities! office
the people had he asked for It. novlj; show goods whether you buy
withstanding his connection with th' .
will make (rood pants or suits
He could hv i at
in the gift o Come and see no trouble to S
a it K i . ... i. i t .
Caplala Palrlea Ia4.
Austin. June tS Captain If. D
Patrick father of Albert T. Tatrlck
convicted of the murder of M!llonair
Rice died suddenly at his home hers
Wednesday death being caused by
heart failure lie had risen early sj
was his custom and gone out on the
porch to read the newspaper. A aer
vant found him dead In bis cbalt
about half an bonr later. Up until
his death he was apparently In good
health He ate a hearty supper ard
when he retired be appeared to be 'n
eirellent spirit. He was ?0 yean
I Walter J. Coulter.
Overall for boy at 25c at Coul-
TF YOU W
A A farm or tL
are hereby noticed U.
bepleaJ fo have them on our
list as early as possible in order to
have them well advertised before
The great success we had last
season and the enormous a mout of
advertising and rustling we are
doing at present is conclusive evi-
dence that we are Koin? to do the
largest business ever done in Cen-
tral Texas this season.
If you are willing to sell your
land at reasonable figures call at our
orlce at your earliest convenience.
vtixt over J. A Myers' store
Yale la r.ianlWk a HIhIm.
New Haven. Conn.. June 23. Pre!
dent lladley In an addrc hPre
noitnced that a group of
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