Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 268, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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-VOL. 7; NO. 268
liRYAN TBXAS THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 16 1903.
I'RICti 5 CliiNTS
To inspect our exhibit at Central Texas Fair CCTOUER
14 15 16 17.
Our grocery exhibit which wilt be in
keeping with the high qualify of the goo h
die-played wilt l6 next to lMr leading nut
of new n.ain exhibition hall towud grand
Our Rd Poll J C.ittle will 1 represent-
ed by nix cow and their mlveH our herd
hull Doctor Corporal d our imxrt J bull
calf Trimmer. Tell your friend to ni' tt
you t either ot our exhibit.
HAD TO BE
Sheriff Did .Not Micro Iluthanan
cafj in Mircvtport.
less severe injuries. Ail Tfte injure!
mm t lniii."'l to the visiting team
t'mplre Whittcinnre of Urown College
also i-nhrj a blow In the jaw which
came near putting blm out of the
2 a inc.
OX HIS WAY TO HUSK
Sheriff Spradlry and His Men Had Ex-
citing: Experience ia Kerp!nj
luelr I'rUaiwr frwm lha
Hand of Atjry Mub.
Pimi. KUIe4 lliiltsaal.
) Terrell. Tex.. Oct. 13. John Ber-
quint la charge of the pumping Ha-
lloa on tbe Midland railroad at Ilov
er. was run over by a train there
ind kllN-d. He waa a Swede fifty
Grocers and CuiTee Roasters.
. PARSONS BOTTLING WORKS
C. CJ. I'A KSONS Proprietor. 40 HkVAN TEXAS.
Elrd Urnuvtf and Ejuli'r"! with
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE MACHINERY j
PL' RE WHOLESOME AND HIGH GRADE SOD.WVATLR
AU lUer Wbol-ie mt h-'.all Ire-tud'ni
Ginger Ale Cherry and Celery I'hos'di.ite IVppo-l'h.itc Rot
Het-r Iron-Kiev Seltcr an i Mmt-tal Water.
Crow Cork t) tlera I'uU h.nann anil Gtrk-Stoiiperad Good In (lnt .. t .jon.
"I'tOKjot cIcar.llrtt-M sr.d uniform iriatltr o' -vJii iroTt ini correct arrflca
to una. aft J n.i '
Respectfully licit the trde of IJivan and Mirrminil.t.;; tt rt itnry.
t ii i:
Ehervepnrt Oft. IS. A crowd begun
fathering around tho palish prl.on. in
wblch Uuchauan wa held Tuesdav
ni. l.l Tl-re wns i:.) demonstration
bin ir hi riff iSpradlcy. In older to bo ou
the d..fo ai.li. spirited Hit) ncsru away
fii.r.i t!.. j;ll In a rj'i cotm) ! him
l n r.il! 1 J.nictioa mar hero aud
plated hlai al-otrd a westbound Tca
and l'r..i:ie train and bo I new on
hi wny to It is' vo l lat In tho
i.-ul:i-:.H:xry t;..-r. Tl.f itIm-iht i. In
ctiHf ( Ii.'P'ity rlfT M.'.:t!..-n and
t'iiii:..aul Jiotil' t. ;-'!iiiil SradUy
rtturnluK to Naci.t; lx b'8.
Flu rl.T J.it.n ?;.ra.!'.cy of Nuc-icdo-cl.i
cwiniiv T' xai. wbo jdarod in tbo
ItarlMh Jail of Caddo in tbUcltjr. Jamo
lliicliiinan. nrlf couf-'Hitcd nurdtrr of
tho lli'U faiully. f r wIkiiu a ni; v.i-
rloiuly ci.titiitt.cd at fruin C"11'! to Zm
have b-u 1. Kin.; t' T two days bad
an cxrltlnc c ijm-i i.-nco with bin iri-
1 onr. In nrdr to 'ludi tbe mob. ti;o
Kbcriffa pornie cr .:iiii!tt?d to rent-rt
to all aorta of 8ubtrfui;''. and
e'.urtriK tt.iir J mrn-y to tblH city two
of them compelled a mob of twenty-
five t l.iy d.u their arniH.
Hmi 1 t n it vta captured In a wamp
ni:a Nimku l is. lio r.od to the
mninp after bin lerrthlo deed. S'horlff
Sprndley ran upon tho in'sri) acci;..n-
tal'y. und ii.ulti I. is obotunn at him
on.-rid blm lo throw Oown hi weap-
on. Thli t!io ti.'Kro promptly !id
ar- l wn taken In'o iiHtoily. Tbe
hln n:T kuiumoned his cotni'iinloii and
t! i n In-can th weary march to
Hin-vcport. Mob bad if.Hbered at
Ti''i:.t.a. Appli'l-y. N.'H'oK'hK'ln and
i.tf.. r t'lacet. and to throw the mob at
Nvvd ic!.e eff l!'.'' Hient. the Hhcrll
i . t.t the ii-'-rn a'. a I with Deputy
;.';.tth..im while ho hiniM-lf took a
train with hU oil. r cotiipanlo'tN. Mat-
tlii'a was Inttn I i wad b ( it the
in train a.id 11' t a r..i!eli when be
av It. It U din; il irk. ThU wan to bo
the m f"r the in-.: ro b -liij; placed
alu.ird tl.i' train.
ThU inn n. in -nrr! i. however a a
mul nw Matrh. wri ki:. he wan com-
pelled to take to the wood with bl
prisoner. Meanwhile the crowd be-
1' --vli. the ni-i-ro in In- with Sheriff
S;t:i ::)-. wa aft r that o!!Uhil At
Applehy the trnn:s pnMed. an I Sprad-
! and liin rni n ft atonrd the down
tiain a a ruse. Tii" crowd linuiedl-
a'.ly nrni. alumni and Spradley
and l.U men ttilpped on the up train
and were treat ly relieved when they
tiiet M.ifln'i and hU prlMiuer at I
.au-port. Iji The riau w ju hrouyl.t
to thievt p..rt In fsfcty.
Tb tritii Tim ( o(ruinari Ulxa
lliirlal IUHII( HU Kaoh.
Tcxarl.ana. Ark. Oct. 15. The fun-
eral of tho lalo CoiiKreMbu.an John I-
Bin vi ard took lace Tuesday after-
noon and ia.i the nioHt t-lahorato af-
fair of tbe k'.lij ever wttumned In tbl
eitloti. Huudreda tame from all
over his toiiRri i ; hinal illntrltt and th
pcop!; of tho .lty turned out enruasse
to pay the lajt work of respect to the
dead htatoman. All places of busl-J
nesa dosed during the funeral ser-
vices the si hixils were all dismissed
and i!'!ue of sorrow were to be
em on every hand.
Consri-i-miaa l.an!;arn. Henry. Coop-
er and Iiau del collcaKUcs of the de-
cean d u.a !e ad lrinnes at thj church
followed by an iloiiuent prayer by
Kir. J. I.. :.!'.n!s of i'arls. after
wh.ih this rcuiaiua re taken charge
of by th MaMinlc order. Woodmen of
the World and other societies aud es-
i.rtid lo Ko e II 11 renieterr. The
icr. ni"i..i ai the -rav were con-
ducted hy the Ma-ions.
klllo.( ar tii'porU
Shrevciort. l-i.. O-t. 13. A wblt
man named O. !;ia as rdiot ard
Hi:-1 .Mi :il.:y iicVuIi.i; on a pluata-
tlon four mil' s-oiiih of ('ampbt)l by a
tiegio t.aiind AILert Williams tbe
waoti used bclnij a double-barrell-.'d
rhoU-in lou 1' 1 wth bi.k-bot. From
what i an be h aiiii 1 of tho homicide
tbe trouble 1 lmii la-t Sauliy. Wil-
liam' on a n. i.l.. ran into a bujrKV
dr!. -i hy Sin V t m. who attetr.ptcd to
rh.u:. h.m. S r.Kli ton wan severely
It..! ! 1 v tho nivro. Monday he vis
ited the phlit Villi'? the U'rO
It M-1.:-! that W.ll
JNO. B. HIKE Manager.
that he would not advise tLe mn t )
return to work on tbn hope that Mr.
Morgan would do anything for tU
Ilarfl.r. at ltklll.
nMkvIl!e. Tex.. Oct. 13. Durslars
made a treat haul on IWkvtlle lloa-1
day nUht. breaking into six stores. ;
the pituf;lie and thu depot. Tluie .
wire no tn blown op"n but at fa. h (
plaie the ca.h drawers were looted.
Tbe robber w-re pid"n!ly after
mj.MAv lli ni.it .i I I anil er.fiti '
i 1. . s i.li:a:il l.ll'l .tin. 1)11". iimr-j ... n.i ......i .... ...... ...
T.slt by arrim? Mm.df. tw stated. but htf money tl.ey t x watcher
s:n i t.aa anticipate.!
1 have taken dnte ot the
mail ervic-e from IVy.m to M i li-
oiiville an 1 ! ae y.i o-i jj .oil
OlILY HICK SERII6E
d !n the di at h of Mr. S.nfcle.
!'.!i.r.ii rvpe.l but soon
by a posse of Infuriated c'.U-
icj: (mm-:a.m i'aiilou. (
t Nliort Oi Her 31 f 11 1m Iri-l y (imiil (: k. V j
Cream servej r in cariix'iis to be taken to vur liome.
(iive us a triil anJyou will patronie ui aj-ain. Drive by the
store and orjcr your CtU drinks. Customers in hicgies will
be waited" on. d a a 4 a
J. M. BORISKIE. Proprietor
Dunn k Paly Block Noil Duor te Taylor A Col's 81um
MOTTO FOR 1902
Houston & Texas Central
It tapi the best Section
of Texas and Reaches
EVERY CITY OF IMPORTANCE;'
To FT. WORTh
i. V. U. MORSE T. J. ANDERSON' M. L.;ROHIJINS
rTrr. Mr Ai. 0n. r. Ax'. U-o. Ps A Tkt. A. t.
Il-irtiaaaa Will lla TrlJ N.l W.k aad
It l-aa lltl.r.KlM l-rotprlloa
N.i. i . hichen Tex . Oct. 13. Kxclte-
rc nt I n subsided b re. The grand
jury has Inillctisl Jim Iluchanaa. 'be
ni Ifconfei-sed murderer of the lllck's
family on three counts murder and
tape. Judre Iiuvls fixed the cane for
trial h ro ti"t Tionday when tho n
tsro will be brou ht liai k.
Flvo hundred cltltens of the county
cuaraiiti-e blm a fair trial and protec-
tion. The consensus r opinion how-
ever. Is that military or elate ranp'rs
must accompany blm for protection
from mob violence. One of the mod
leaders stated that had the nero been
brought here by tho sheriff that he
would have been roasted to death.
1'Sans laid for digging a pit In tho
public square building a fire in It and
spreading rails across chaining tbe
DcKro to the human broiler aud barhu-
etie blm. Ijirge number ot extrem-
ists here still favor this method of
treating the neirro It bo Is ever
brought here fur trial.
Sheriff Spradlcy has returned here
alone. His course la approved by all
t krmiu rHll.l IWaal
Houton. O. t. 13. The death of
Oeorse WCher. a !.:te u:an. aited W.
r-lding with Mr. lU.-tell. near V-..i
( h.iinp S;u Tin lay l a'ise l Jus-
jt.ee Ma' : h. '.v s ro hi i 1 an Imiuest.
I Mr. Weber ha be n 111 for some
! t!vo. He 1 a devout member of
j ChrUtUn cb-m e church and a firm
' .: i r In th-. ir cult. Whlle 111 with
J c Ulltilli (I fCViT he peris!elitly ref'l-ed
i a regular prai tlilot.er. but reTieted
a Christian S iei.ti.-t la ly hi-aler to
come and pray ai his bedside. He be-
i ca-iii worse ar.d Monday w as i weak
that Mrs. itnte'l. fearing the end.
ll-' d her bet fTorrs to Induce him to
i on. nt to ep a hyslclan but he ai
firm to the end.
Justice Matthews has not i t aft-
r.iunced a verdn t.
and lewelry to tbe value of vveral
j hundred dollars. Of:1 ers ars at woik
I'U IUU . VT nn'. w.'- "i - w.
Ing up a reward. Many opinions pre-
vail as to the e ;i!ty partu s and It U
thought they will be taught.
Klra al t.iililiaff..
ClJ.Hnc. Tex. Ct. 13. Fire was
d.eovcrid In M. S hurman's lumber
yard Tuesday morning. Just north of
tho Houston and Texas Central freight
duput and a brisk north wind soon
drove the flames acmes the Houston
and Texas Central tracks -setting the
the depot on fire destroying the lum-
ber yard and office completely and
burning up two box cars one loaded
with hay and the freight depot. The
depot was full of freight but niot of
this was gotten out and all books and
paper were saved. The WeUa-Pargo
Lxprews company had lta office in the
freight depot but mred everything ot
value aa far as Is known. Mr. Scbur-
man bad a heavier stock on band than
usual and tils loss will be about tWOO
to $10000 with only about It .300 Insurance.
Puerto CaheMo Venezuela Oct. 13. '
According to an oflli lal report re-
ceived bore the battlo fought bet we n
the Veneiuelan revolutionists and thn
forces of Picsllir.t Ca-:r! nrsr la'
Victoria ban n nulled In a complete
victory fr the government army.
Fr 3 Prria M nlionT'.:
ol c. i bUi r ."stfut y
-4i'i or -i..i.' w.itt '.'.
ttio r .r.t:
-d hi I
S. Vf. Huchanan.
S Ii ii ws r
II.it at. I Co! 1
.in 1 1 Vapor
rinbb.it mt4 Then l;.li
Justin. Tex. Oct. 13. A stranger
was found Tuesday by the side of the
railroad track on the south of the yards
at this place. He had evidently been
hit on the bead w ith mime blunw Instru-
mi nt. Krora all that could be fount
out about him In his serai conscious
condition and from papers found on
him his name Is John Duffy and he
baa recently lived at Crandall Tex.
and In Ilarrlon county. Ills original
home was Kanas City and by trade
he Is a butrher. lie was on the ltlng
line ltros. show train going north and
must have been knocked In the head.
He (lalms to have hecu robbed of $.'.1.
Twa Ilea Killed.
Dallas Oct. 15. Dave S. Welsh met
with Instant death Tuesday night on
the Cotton He!t track near tbe brew-
ery. Mr. Welsh belonged to a night
gang which was making a dump and
while shoveling was struck by a con-
struction train. His right arm waa rut
off. his neck broken and his head fear
The Cotton Helt track near the brew-
ery was the scene of a second fatality
Tuesday. I.. T. Hill aged 43. was
found under a trestle In an unconscious
condition. He was carried to the city
hospital at 11 o'clock and died within
an hour. It Is sui'imsed be fell through
MfM al a f hall linn.
Omaha. Ot t. IS. In a football gam
here between the I'liivcmity of Mouth
Jiihota ami lie Omaha Medlcnl Col-
lege a light occurred In which Opt.
Ncwroml) had a shoulder-lad frni-
frai lured. Thompson had a rlli brok-
en and Novotny Jung and l'by wero
(well out of the k'ai.i . by more or
a CnalliLnra la Miraa.
Wllkenbarre. Oct. 15.-It has devel-
oped here that Nathan Sirauss of New-
York with the asslsiame of J. 1.
Morgan has been endeavoring for the
pant few days to end tbe strike. Mr.
Straus had received the assurance
from Mr. Morgan that If the men would
return to work that he (Mr. Morgan i
would see that. Justice was done the
j miners b it lie did not ( are to have
anytblns to do with the union. The
I proposition wn. laid hcfvre Mr. Mitch-
ell and be r fui.'il w im i
tvi I J N U l. 11 w 1
sliiL II liiiyillL?:
comes m every man
life w hi- l.e r.cciU the
aid cf iiH-iIltiiies to as-
trenRth. Tore drugs arc a
boon to mankind. We sell
the Frcihest. Puret Drui
and Medicines that tcience
has developed or that money
can buy. Our prctcription
woik i prompt accurate
careful we ncvet substitute
-we stand by our reputa-
tion made in years of busi-
ness in liryan and invite
JAMES & IIART.
We will as-sist you to live
well for that is ottrbusi-iic?!'-..
We are headquar-
ters for all tap!e and
fancy Orocvrics. The
latent and le.t cnnnetl
goods and the nicest cli-
bles that tickle the ptil-
ate. We pay especial
attititioti to our delivery
systttn insure prompt
service and make tin
l'KIC I; S RIO II T
D. HIKE JR.
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