Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 25, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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J. 17. DA7TC
Have la ease tte oo!y set at tastr
saakr t Braaoe eowsty UsS HtUs
40 acres of first-class pasture land!
located partljr within cl city llmiu.
Plenty of stock water. 1'rice 4)15 per
boat ore and one-qnnrter scree
iifHf schoo.hoiie la southeast part
jft.wn. fctua.ll vw cottage tenant
li .useauJ well on premises. Trice
Hit room house and two lota of
-tad located four blocks from
M . Street. Ilrick cistern on pre-
nie. Price lo. t
One qtrtT block near Alien Aca-
demy. Kat front. Price 150.00.
7"i fet front on Railroad steet out
Otto Roehme's property. Will
ell part or all.
IU nearj school house at f 100
ten other city property
Socenesor to Monroe Edtft
Real Estate Agent.
'.2 acres of flrstclas land near A. A
M. college good location for dairy
and liog farm price fluUU.
3' lot on courthouee enure (rood
seven room house newly painted
with barn and all necessary out
itotitoft. line well of water K'nK At
Will sell the Pochlla two story
Will sell lots In north western part
of city. Inld lots at 125.00 comer
lot at '.15.00.
a acre on Wlxon creek known as
Pearson place 40 acres In cultiva-
tion. All creek bottom land except
0 ncre. (lood place for party want
lux small farm. Ooiny cheap.
' 15) acres flood 6 room house. Two
nuderfrround brick cisterns. About
21 acres In cultivation. One mile
wit of city. I. A (1. N.R.R. passes
tliroutrh property. Will sell for
fl.r0 uoor trade for city property.
other lands too numerous to men-
tion. Sou n a
We all enjoy a good hearty meal
lut few date indulge in it for
(car of irk-heailacheindip;enion
dypcpis and a host of other
Momach troubles. Take s wine
aNful of Carrlto Springs
Mineral Water your
in ali and you will be able to cat
..i! drink what you please with
impunity. It is a natural mineral
water nature's own remedy for
Lontiiation btomach and
Catarrhal troubles and may he
jjiven to the youngot children.
Try a bottle it costs hut 25 cents
should your diugist net have it
wc will ship you a 5 -gallon jtijj
prepaid for 4.00.
CARKIZn SfRPuS MINERAL WATER
saw sroo rsTxas u
A Well Known Cure for Piles.
Cures obstinate tor champed hinds. e
terns skin dresses. Makes burns snd scslds
p nle.ii. We could not Improve ths quality
II ta.J dauLla ths ones. The best sslva .
Ihal axoerieiica un pioduca or that miiMv
Cures Piles Permanently
De'Vltt's Is the original anj only pure and
fenulns W.trh Hel Calva rr.aJe. Lokior
lbs cams DeWlTT on every box.-All others
srs counterfeit. .M..Brv -
rro sr ' .
S. C. DtWITT A CO. CHICAGO.
M4 . BO YEARS''
Anrnns a rkal-S u4 rHwwiiii.ii mat
atiirh'r MeMriain .tr piiihi fraa wfihMt aa
awel ttmm. IMlMt Mmnrf 1 . .r .-. uotitf pataeta.
I'.imna )A. n lhrMih Muna A Ca. raeatrt
asei m Koat vb-ma la laa
a hanSanmalf UlnMrataS a-aS1r. laiiail Hr.
ritiati.1 et at'f .-1aeltSf t-Nantas lams M S
t'WKH f. Pn SIIMeswst Uoui Yr-rV
St. eMa i ail aaaaSMlara
HAS TWO HUS3AND3.
A hmUM a4 rrlata
WfclrB Waaaaa la
Fort Worth. Doc. J I. By sett?
aside of divorce Mrs. Terry A. B!aae
ard finds herself la a perplexing mi
serious situation. A decree of dlsvKrw
was granted by Judge Mike Broil
Tuesday; half an hour later she was
wedded to II. M. Morgan of Acme
Hard rasa county. The judge gives as
ik.. .. hi. wiini. r.n.lnr t
marrlagV to V. Invalid that he does not
approve h.sty marri.ges. beside th.
evidence adduced at the divorce trial
and the hasty wedding lets In test
mony on which to base his action but
he failed to divulge the nature of his
evidence. The case Is an unusual one
and places Mra. Morgan in the position
of having two husbands and a divorce
suit on her hands.
RalMlaa of aaata la Hallway at Alba-
qaarqa a Tnlal I -ox.
Albuquerque N. M. Dec. 21. The
Atchison Tupka and Santa Fs hos-
pital was totally destroyed by fire
which is supposed to have originated
from a defective flue. Dr. J. P. Cutter
phyiriclan In charge and his assUtants
worked heroically getting out ZOO odd
patients but little furnltnre or any-
thing else alMiut the building was
saved. One patient died from expos-
ure and fright. The railway company
had juxt completed an addition com-
ing $sooo. to th- main building. The
total loss will onion nt to about $15000.
Aaolla Kalra. fgj
Austin Dec. 21. All state depart'
m.nll r A lrt until lllilav
Attorney (leneral Bell on behalf of
the stats. Bled two suits In the district
court one against Thomas P. Dunn rt
al. to recover 4417 acres of school
lands situated In Duval county aud
the other against J. M. Corrixan Is to
recover 4917 acres of school land in
Duval county.' The state alleges de-
fendants are holding the land without
title and suit Is brought to dlspoeses
Harry Johnson a brakeman. sued
the Houston and Texas Central for
20.IX)0 damages for loss of foot while
an employe of defendant company.
Austin. Dec. 24. Jsmes Holt shot
by Jess D. Jones. Is desd.
Kmlaaat Alabamlaa taws III Lira Walla
Haooling al Rpamtws.
Birmingham Ala. Dec. 24. A spe
cial to the News from Sprlngvllle Ala.
says thst whlfe Professor Jacob For-
ney was out In bis garden shooting
sparrows with a parlor rifle the wea-
pon was accidentally discharged kill-
ing him almost instantly. Professor
Forney was professor of pedagogy In
the state university at Tuscaloosa and
was one of the best known educators
In the south. He was a son of the Ists
Ma)or General John II. Forney of Con-
federate army. He was thlrty-flve
years old and leaves a wife and two
IHnrrul and Married.
St.' Louis. Dec 24 Mrs. Charles
Grlce after being legally freed from
her husband Tuesday went to Justice
Clarence James Cronln's office and
was married to Clarence T. Torrey of
Houston. Tex. The troubles of the
tirices have been aired In the courts
for some weeks the husband having
recently been declared of unsound
mind And a guardian appointed for
him. He lias since been confined for
treatment In St. Vincent's asylum.
Twlea llra la Tim.
Guthrie Ok.. Dee. 23. Ily an order
;of the United States government all
1 Kaw Indians who were on the cltl-
senHhlp rolls by Pee. l. 1902. were
'entitled to an equal allotment of lands
: snd monies belonging to the Kaw
j tribe. Twins of Albert Taylor a well-
'known Kaw were born two days be
1 fors the close of the Kaw enrollment.
They win i worth fll.oo) In money
f'i(ht 0-r Iitr.
Penfarola. Kla.. Dec. 21 In a fight
over a name of dice here. Walker Hum-
phrey a conductor on the Ixjulsvllle
and Naxlivllle road shot and Instantly
killed V. M. Harnett a grocery man.
The coroner's Jury rendered a verdict
naylug Humphrey ailed In self de-fi-nx".
liiirartt had prevlouxly threat
eued to kt'.l Humphreys.
Ititlh I'.i r I If. lM-a.1.
SenrfV Ark. Dec. 24 News reaches
lu r ili;tt AHcwrs. Miller and Mnban
1 p.-irtner-t lu business al West Point
n1"" ""1 H ril "' "a" tt "iinrimy
nv' r busin -s nfTalr T..--n..iy nnd
"I"' "l r Mabnn vas killed ln-
SlanllV lllld Miller died a few hours
J later. No one witnessed tbc shooting
ltot-lon. Dec. 111. Most of tbo sur-
Tlv"r'' "r "" r'w "'""ler
Frank A- Il"'"r nl '-""Ih- 11 Ci.iry.
w'le !r T'1' '"'' Mnd
l.il Wednesday In eolll..nn. wrri' to-
ported to be Improving ra'.'.dly.
Mi-11 la l.rnn.1 Jury.
Ijikc Charles I.a . Dec. 24. As s
result of the preliminary er.auiiiw
tlon. J. II. Marcnutel was held to the
grand Jury without ball for th" till-
ing of Iatle Augustine at a wedding
Bear Oberlln a week ego.
Constantinople Dec 24. The Crk
Steamer Parthenon having on board it
crew of twenty-two men snd six pas-
sengers. Is reported to hsve been lost.
To Fsrtbenon was last reported at
Novorossiak Nov. 28 from Tagituion.
Taak Oalk mt OfUr.
Tort aa rrlnce Dec. 24.--Cenera!
Nord. ths aswly elected president of
"W republic took the osth
tt CODtltut'on Thursday.
Vagtr Cinlullii m th SaaJaaS
Hmav4 M Mr. WkM.
London. Dm. 24. An Important an4
lengthy eoBHnnnlcafloa dealing with
the British v'ewe of th arbitration
! the VeoesueUa dispute was made f
by Foreign Secretary Lsnsdowas to
the United States charge d'affaires Mr.
White. Tuesday evening. It was trans.
mltted Immediately to Washington by
" " " - -
J'ny Orel t ZZV oitl
Z.'f't.J ll l. ' I ..-i
flcatlons have been received at the
foreign office here from Germany and
Italy that the announcement of their
blockade of the Venesuelan coast have
St Johns. N. F.. Dec. 21. Marconi
has s-nt a telegram to Premier llond
announcing bis complete success In the
transmlnslon of wireless messages b
tween Cape Ilreton and Kngland. aud
referring with gratitude to the en-
couragement he received from New
Foundland a year ago. In his reply
Premier llond espressed the hope that
when the charter of the Anglo-American
Company expires In April. 1904.
Marconi would establish a wireless sta
Rqaiallloa a Arkaaaaa Oovaraae.
Indianapolis ind.. Dec. 24. ThS)
irovernor of Indiana has issued a requi-
sition on the governor of Arkansas for
C.eorce Kvan and J. II. Ash more in-
(lictcI at Petersburg. Ind. on a charge
nf helping to bunco Frank C. Lory
"The Klondike King." out of iJ.0O
in a fake foot race pulled off at Colo-
rado SprliiRS. Ash more and Ryan are
at Hot Sprints. Ark. where they and
fur lher conspirators were Indicted
lately on the testimony of Lury.
Itvwrjr al - Jaaa.
Fan Juan. P. It.. IX. 24. Admiral
Dewy arrived on bosrd the Mayflower
at 9 o'clock Friday morning. Thous-
ands of people thronged the wharf ths
city and public and private buildings
were decorated with faxs and the forts
fired a salute. The admiral was es-
cortej to the palace by artillery in-
fantry and mounted police where a
reception was held. The palate was
thronged wlta officers.
WlJaw t'atlrr Arraal.
David City Neb.. Dec. 24. Leo M.
Lille was arrested on coraphilut of
County Attorney Walling charged with
murdering her husband. The arrest has
caused a sensation. Harvey 1.111s was
shot dead in his bed in October sup-
posedly by burglars although the sus-
picion that the house had been robbed
was later disproved. Since then the
county attorney and detectives have
been working on the case. The family
I Na Mark lottery.
Washington. Dec. 24 Having been
. . . a . . ri-
the name of Loteria de la Beneflcencla
Publlca of Cartlla Costa Rica has
been advertised by means of circulars
as being established there the Costa
Rlcan legation deems it proper to stats
that no such lottery exists in aay part
of that country. Instructions hsvs
been given to the consuls of Costi
Illea In the United States to bring ths
matter to the attention of the proper
authorities to properly warn the pub-
lic. Toarnlag Sraa.
Austin Dec. 24. When the S75 chit
dren of the deaf and dumb asylum
learned that Superintendent McNulty
sad been reappointed they w-pre at
breakfast. They rushed to the dining
room of Mr. McNuity and literally
dragged him from the table making
the noise peculiar to mutes. Some of
them had fire crackers and ahot them
Caadldala Ellla 4'aadldala.
Austin. Dec. 24. As a result of a
quarrel James Holt a well known cltl-
xen of the Mancbaca community in
this county was Thursday morning
shot and Instantly killed by J. I). Jones
constable of that precinct Jons rams
to Austin snd surrendered to the sher-
iff. Iloth men were candidates for
Austin. Dec. 24 The state board of
education made another apportionment
out of the available school fund for
the current scholastic year adding 100
per capita to the two previous appor-
tionments and making a total of S
per capita for 19U203.
Thraa Mra Injurail.
Wichita Falls. Tex.. Dec. 21. Fuel oil
gas exploded at the Wichita Fails
M il and Klevator company's plant
Knglneer S'lls Fireman l!s?s snl
Will Yates were Injured.
( Unduttor llatlly figure!.
Drrnbam Tex. Dec. 24. A Central
mixed train collided with a horse. Con
ductor I.alllcr fell under the trVn ant
bad h'S skull fractured s leg broken
and his back Injured.
Ilril al roufrUrrata llauia.
Austin Dec. 24 The death of Cap-
tain J. A. lUyse sixty seven years old
an Inmate of the state Confederate
home occurred at that Institution lis
was from Dallas.
. . Jala lturaal Dead.
Paris. Tex.. Dec. 24. Judge A. IL
Durant died at his home at Croat. 1.
T.. of consumption. Tbs deceased.
was about CO years old sad was one
of ths most prominent citizens la tbs
Te atady Sllrar Uaaattaa.
lreJo Tex. Dec. 24. Colossi Vf. S.
Bryan while hers said be was going to
Mexico to study ths silver (.uesUea. Bt
Will i seveeel days at Monteray.
KMdar Hlablar Aertvee.
New Tork. Dec. 24 Dr. Alfred
BauquerlM mlcJstsr of Eosa4er to
Us United Otatoa arrived hers ea tM
stosjssr Alliaaos from Colon.
a Stela Wblla
WHa HI Wlf.
Sherman Tx. Dec. St. Thomas
Darker. ageC flfty-sli years a farmer
residing sit miles northwest of the
fclty. wss shot and Instantly killed.
t while riding with his wife n aa open
top rosd wagon shortly before noon
Tuesday n noiffcwest Sherman
I Mrs. Barker sys they met Everett
i an ir-aa. luiiTi inn mu ana nam
"" hu.b.nd would be kill-
th" h tM"w'1 th bu"y "
I " t0 hoot Hr -"4 Ml
When the first shot was- Bred." she
ss'd. "I begged the boy not to Are
attain but bis only answer was a shot
the second and last one. He then
turned his burs and fled along ths
road we had Just come leaving ms
drem-bed la the bl od of my husband
and supporting Ms Itfelens body and
In this condit on I awaited the arrival
of the police officers who wero called
at once and who arrived In a short
Byrd Payne anJ his son and a color-
ed woman by the name of Georgia
Black also eye-witnesses voluntarily
gave their names to Chief of Police
Illaln and made statements which so
far ss ths actual act of shooting Is
concerned corroborate the statement
of Mrs. Barker that the shots that
killed Barker were fired from behind.
The buy surrendered.
Maa MablMxI. r(r. hn.
Dallas. Ike. 24. Charlin Peterson
white was s'alibed In the neck by a
nccrci-s. The wnms.t made Sneveral
lunges nt I'o'I.ni.an lirosn. He shot
her. Peterson may recover. Ths
woman. tmiuid Jane Alien may die.
The nffslr caused great xclleuient
among tlio negroes.
traaca Will ltcl Kual
maul Mha IMIiar Xntlua.
Paris D-c. 24. The foreign office
lias received President CaHtro's ac-
ceptance of th condition of ths
French note. The president says
Franc; :il receive equal treatment
wlta tho other powers in the settle-
ment and payment of c!;.!ms. The pur-
pose of the French negotiation was as
' previously pointed out to safeguard
French claims agalcht being subordi-
nated to those of the powers whlrh
are adopting forcible means for their
collection. It Is expected here that the
United States snd other powers which
are not resorting to force will recclva
a similar assuramo to that given to
France. The oftlclal view here favors
first arbitration; second the appoint-
ment of an International commission
to execute the derision of the arbitra-
tor almtlar to the committees appoint-
ed In the raea of F.gypt snd irece.
i In case the commission Is appointed it
I Is rrolnible that the French claims
' which It had been dccldd to submit
Q arulirawoil win in- 111 nee-i in ni'w
to be considered by the commission.
to arbitration will be Included in tnose 1
TWO HOURS' CONFAB.
Tba Cablart Waa la MaMlnn a Taaaday
Thai 1-aaHa af lima.
Wash'rgton. Dec. 21- The meeting
of the cabinet was pro! "Red to more
than two hours the dl ..:usxlon Tues-
day of ths Venezuelan situation and
the proposed plans for settlement of
! the trouble by arbltrat.on consuming
practically the time.
The president denied himself to all
callers and remained In consultation
with the secretary of war until the ar-
rival of other members. Seen tary Hay
brought to the met ng nothing new
relating to the situation. No renponss
had been received to the president's
orUlnal iux''" Uin to the powers thst
thry consent to the reference of the
Venezuelan controversy to the arbitra-
tion of The II iL'ue tribunal and DO
formal request has been received for
the pres'flent to art as nrbitrat r of the
difficulty. That such a rcniiit will be
received formally snd officially Is now
la Ard l I'rrniMvd la Taha aa
( irM al tat (iuayra.
La fluayra. Dec 24 The allies have
advlsc l the foreign consuls here that
steamers all reaihlng I.a fiuayra be-
fore iK-c. 30 will -be allowed to enter
port and dlsiharge the'r cargo during
the day but they will not be allowed
to take carK'Ms on board. This ruling
has created general diisatUf.v tlon
here. As there Is no exjiort duty on
good shliH'd from Venezuela the rul-
ing docs not affiH t tho government.
Duly t h hhlp workers are ffe te 1.
All tbo mall steamers p.vMne; here
after Dec. 2') will be boarded from the I
lihxkallug Miisdron and neutral pass- I
rnt;i rs utid tlio mails v. 1.1 scut
nshorn under a flag of trine. No ex-
eepMors to ihU rulltiic In t!n n.i'tcr of
nationality will be made.
A : iiooner v.lii!i a' -i !' -) to enter
port at half pant 9 o'clock Tuesday
night was captured.
Mint !. t.rry Mjilil.
La fiuayra. D"c. 24 Tho captain Of
the l!rlt!h cruiser Tribune notified
the commander of the Carncas that
throughout her stay at La Ouuyra she
must Itave the harbor every night
This measure It regarded ns vexatious
and fues great expense to the own-
ers of the steamer. There were five
newspaper correspondents cm board
gper.zl. Italy Dec. 24. The Italian
cruiser Elba sailed for Venezuela.
Decgs I. T. Dee. 14. tnaparehncker
sx-cblrt of the Creek Indians fell from
4 wagon and sustained lajurles from
which he snay not recover.
Raalay Bas Laaabaga
rWAShlagtoo Dec. 24 Re AeUalral
trinflaU 6. eKatey U ill. suffselng wit
as acute attack rf Wmtrago.
All Kinds Fancy Gro-
ceries fresh Fruits &c.
RECEIYEDJFRESH FOR TUB HOLIDAYS.
For GOOD OOODS QUICK SERVICE and
Lesvs orders st
S. n. Allphm .06
-Girt oi ynar hotidsy tr4i we Sturantee
;u plaue yoe.
W. T. FORD
Eufion is so!J by
r-N II ft .
The Dryan Grocery Co; E.lire Bros; Sanders Bros. A Co'
Cols Hros; Thos. W. Mkks; Geo. W. Hlgtrs; D. C
Zuber; K. f I. Allphln; Juo. M. Lawrence
Co; W. K. Haanders; Dansby A
Dansby: Howell Brothers.
J. it. Mawhlnnry
Givfs'prompt anJ excellence service; our work is unex-
celled anywhere in Texas; we use nothing to injure youi
clothes; ring 'pnonc No. 277 anJ our driver will call foi
your clothes a a Your patronage will be appreciated.
Tho JEWEL LAUNDRY wLXi?i?.RETT
PjI Ic3 jail ji jal k3 LsJ cl kS. kJi
0 SUITINOS OVERCOATS TROUSERINOS. Q
0 ThoTdiaplay is very corrplete embracing all J .
or the new designs and coloringa. These will b arft
very popular during the coming reason. f
g J0UN WITTMAN The Tailor g
Is still U moat popular plans lo Dry
an to eat sod drink. You gtl what
you want wban you want It sad ths
way you want It. .
The Best on Earth. 0
the following dealers:
Arrival of fabrict within
the past few days has
our stock of
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