Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 26, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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i. 17. DATTC
Rml ttett Mguni.
hh u aM the ht of ensues
book ef Brasos eoa.cy Us 4 Bcles.
40 wrfi of first-rlaae pasture land!
lvatl partly within the city llnilu.
l'lenty of atock water. Price 9 IS per
About ate ami one-quarter acres
Dear schcn.houe in southeast part
Jf t iwn. So!! cottage tenant
house and ll on premises. Price
8Ii room house and two lota of
imi located four blooka from
. turret. Hnck olttern on pre
qIm. Price iroO.
One qcarter block near Allen Aca-
demy. Eaat front. Price f.fiO.00.
75 fset front on Railroad steetont
Otto Hoe tune ' property. Will
ell part or all.
Lota near) school house at 1100
Alao othar city property
Socoesaor U Monro EdtfS
Real Estate Agent.
02 acres of flrstclass land near A. dt
II. college rood location for dairy
and hofr farm; price fluUO.
3't lota on courthouse snate (rood
evu room house newly painted
wltli barn and all necessary out
home flue well of water going at
Will aellthe Toclilla two atory
Will sell lota In north western part
of city. Inalde lota at fZVOO corner
lot at :iS O.
iV) acre on Wlxon creek known as
Parin placn. 49 acrea 'n cultiva-
tion. All creek bottom land except
Sacri's. (lood place lor party want-
lusr ainII farm. Going cheap.
acre. Oood ft" room liouae. Two
nntTKround brick cistern About
24 acre In cultivation.' One mile
west of city. I. A. 1. N . It. H. pamwa
through property. Will sell for
tlr0 on or trado f.r city property.
other laud too numerous to men-
We all enjoy a pood hearty mesl
but few dare indulge in it for
fear of nick-hesdache indirection
ilysftc piia and a host of other
stomach troubles. Take a wine
eiai-ful of Carrlzo Springs
Mineral Water ter your
meal" and you will be able to cat
and drink what you pleaie with
impunity. It is a natural mineral
water nature's own remedy for
Constipation Stomach and
Catarrhal troubles and may be
given to the youngest children.
Tiy a bottle it cost but 15 cents
should your diugist net have it
wc will thip you a 5-galIon jug
prepaid for i j.oo.
CflRSIZn SPRiVjS mineral water
a AN ANTONHJ TKKA9 it
Views en Ambition and Dyt
"Dyipepsla" wrote Eufene Flsld
"often incapacltataa a mau Fur sndsavor
andsomstimss exlingulshss the Are of
ambition." Though great despite hit
Complaint Fisld suffered from Indiges-
tion all his life. A wssk tired iiomsoa
csn't digest your food. It nseds
yesL Tou can only rit It by the use
of a preparation like Kodol which re-
lieves Hot work by digesting your food.
Iteit soon restores It to 1U normal tone.
Strengthanlnoi . .
rrpraloolybr T. O DaWirra Co..Ohlc
'aa tk. UiWS0uulaiu14 SUuas tfestM. siaa
' Taaoc Maaaa
Ma . A
Anrnne Mflittn a akMrh and drrini'n nrnr
a..u.ii.M ia nri.hah I fatr
u. irai ttt.lebsA Atfesfirv for Hf ill Mleniia.
f arFMt ha
1 armi. S a
HilmX utttX. SA r hX. Wari.ta.iva. U U
f.ir moniti f k ami
Lapes Itarali Sal 4 Ha Taeaga Maltee
Was Karle Hiliwil
faracss. Dec 25.ln an Interview
with a representative of the Associated
rreii. Lopes Baralt minister of for-
eign affair aid ha bad not beea In-
formed of a declaration of war by
"I am greatly surprised at the newt
that auch a step bss been taken." said
Benor Lopes Daralt. "I bad believed
that the matter waa approaching a
settlement. Venezuela having offered
to submit unconditionally to the arbi-
tration of United States Mlnlatar
Ilowen or President Roosevelt. Vene
tuela does not regard the existing
blockade aa tantamount to a state ot
war. but the country Is prepared to
resist to the utmost."
At the City af Thai Kasae Kverytalag Is
Caracaa Dec. 25. The Red D line
steamer Caracaa was cruising Wednes-
day before La Guayra.
The steamer Merles of the same line
has left Wlllemstad Curacao for Mara-
eelbo. She will attempt to ascertain
whether the blockade Is effective.
There Is much Indignation among
the people of La Guayra with Senor
De Rlva and Herr Von Pilgrlm-Bal-tassl.
who are considered responsible
for the shelling of the forts at Puerto
Cabello. The envoys promenade dally
on the beach at La Guayra and It ia
feared they may be tbe object of some
At Caracas everything Is quiet Pres-
ident Castro baa gone to La Victoria.
Will Cmm la Slay. -.
Tarls. Dec. 25. The only official at-
tention thus far given here to the Vew-
etuelan blockade la an announcement
Of the postofnee department that the
mall boats leaving llordeaui and Mar-
seille will cease to touch at La Guay-
ra Puerto Cabello and Carupano and
that all correspondence for Venezuela
will be carried to Fort de France Mar
Unique pending the blockade.
Madrid. Dec. 25. Notification of tbe
conclusion of an arbitration treaty be
tween Sln and Uruguay waa ga-
Caplureil a srhnnner.
La Guayra. Dec. 25. At 7 o'clock
Wednesday evening tho Rrltlsh cruiser
Tribune raptured a schooner and a
sloop outside thla port.
Tbl I What a Careful (.vrmaa Taper
hay uf Naaony A(Tlr.
Pcrlln Dec. 2j The crown prince
beat the crown princes according to
an editorial In tho Vixmsiho Zeltung.
one of the nmst careful newspapers
published in lierlln which aMs:
Their (Ilcanrct meiits rrarhed this
crliiis la Juno after 1'rofci.Hor ( 11 Iron
became the ( hlldren'a tutor. The prln-
cess nt that time considered seeking a
divorce and visited her best friend
the I'rlnceis Tberese of Iiavarla. who
dlNstiaded her. The princess bower
alter returning to Dresden did not re-
sume nisrltlal relations.
The sympathy of the people of
Dresden seems wholly with the 1'rln-
re. who Is a cheerful plsnure seek-
ing disposition. Tbe crown prince
loved to torment her. Among the
writers forbidden her 'were Tolstoi
Zola and Nltsctie.
Professor Andre Olron Is described
as an iileslUt nf the extreme type. It
is related that his family once consid-
ered the question of confining him in
an asylum because he refund a legacy
on grounds of delicacy of feeling.
Ta a IHvorre
Vienna. Dec. 23. The crown princess
of Saxony through M. Lachenrll. a
former president of BwltxerUnl. has
Informed the Xeus Welner Tx"blstt
that she ltiteadi to take immediate
steps to procure a divorce. Sae will
not return to Salxburg fr fxr of be-
ing placed In an asylum. In two let-
ters to her Intlmite friend. Princess
Therese of Havarls. the crown prln-
cm of Suxony complains bitterly of
hr trestment st tbe Saxony court
where she always was subjected to the
strictest discipline. She says official
statements In her esse sre lucorrect.
LAURA BIGGAR ACQUITTED.
CbarlM C. tleadrlchs aad faaaaal
Staalua KooaU Ciullly.
Freehold. N. J.. Dec. 23.-Laura Big-
gar was acquitted and Dr. Charles C.
Hendricks and Samuel Stanton form
erly Justice of the peace were founl
guilty by the jury In tbe case against
the three defendants on tbe charge of
having conspired together to get pos-
session ot the entire estate of Henry
Dennett a capitalist of Pittsburg.
The Jury which retired at 9 30 Tues-
day remained out alt night and Wed-
nesday asked ths court If tbe Jury
might convict two of the defendants
and acquit one. Tbe court said that
suchc a verdict would be legal and lat-
er the verdict wss returned.
Miss nigar da'm to the entire
estste of Hennett who die! reieny
leaving a large fortune as h! w:r
and as the heir of the chill of Den-
nett who she sail wss born t) hr
after his death and soon died. D-
Hendricks was her physlcisn an I the
proprietor of a sanitarium In whlc'i
the child was said to have !ce-i born.
Btanton said he had united M!s-
gar and Il-nnett in murrlj end a
certificate signed by hint played sn im-
portant part In the .'a.ie. The dnlra
of Miss lllezar was contested by p-r-sons
who laid claim to b!i:g th light
ful heirs 01 Hennett. and they rials
the charge of cna?p r.u;-. li:.-: t!;e
will MUs !:i.'i:nr wax L . q .1 ; e d a
large part 0 the cMita.
010 NOT ACT.
e'er Sa4 Time la nrtaaaj Tears f iasi
Ual Wh Mai Baal Ctaaa.
New York. Dec. 25 For tbe second
time fn fifteen years. uaya a prees dis
patch rom Oyster (tar L I . President
Roosevelt did not act aa Kris Krlngle
la person at the Cove School where
bit children were taught prior to bla
elevation to tbe bead of tbe nation-
Last year tbe president rould not
spare tbe time to come hero and thla
year events have been pressing too
fast about him to aim It of bis coming;.
Some days ago Mr. Roosevelt sent a
little slip of paper bearing his auto-
graph which enabled tbe principal to
deal more liberally with ber charge
than she bad been unable to do be-
fore Tbe aleda. gamee and dolls were
more coatly than usual and tbe can-
dles la greater quantities. There were
two trees Instea dot one and Mlaa
iTovoet the principal read a letter
from President Roosevelt telling the
boys and girls bow sorry he waa that
be could not be with them.
A telegram waa aent to tbe president
telling blm how much the children ap-
preciated his gifts and wishing blm
many more years In bis present posV
Ullrea4 CamaaaUa Say Tkay Wilt Fre.
veal Ovarcrawdlag ml Cars.
New York. Dec. 15. While tbe sur-
face atreet railways have remained
somewhat In tbe dark tbe officials of
tbe "L" roads In Manhattan and Brook-
lyn came forward with unusual bast
In reply to Mayor Low's recent letter
regarding the overcrowding of the
rara to say that there would be with
little delay a big Improvement In their
general service. Tbe Brooklyn Rapid
Transit company sent a formal notieo
to Mayor Low that soon there would
be an Increase of two hundred and
forty additional cars moat of them on
the "L" aystem.
Manager Skitt of the Manhattan "LN
wrote lb at "Twenty six trains of Ave
rara each on Sixth avenue will become
six-car traina. and ten traina of threw
cars each will become Ore car tralni.
Fifty four more cars will be added alao
to the Ninth avenue 'L'
For the Metropolitan Traction com-
pany II. II. Vreeland. the prctildont
wrote the mayor a iion-cotmnltui let-
ter. IM ln Hue fM
0?den. Utah. D'c. 23. Mrs. C-orge
A. Graves of Ugdon hss Just received
a chck from the United States govern-
ment for 1250 In settlement of a rlslm
that bad been pending for 103 years.
The claim wss (or the capture and de-
struction by the French atxiut the year
1788 of a schooner belorglng to Cap-
tslo Robert I'atton of Gardiner. Mo.
The claim was for f U50 and there are
Couillllua of Whral liar.
RU reternburg. Dec. 2 The con-
dition of winter crops In nearly all of
Kuropean Russia Is regarded as abso-
lutely bad. This condition arises from
the delay In sowing which wss dun to
the late harvest and the rainv cntumn
and winter and the seed did not ger-
minate sufficiently before the advent
of early and Intense frusta.
Fort Smith. Ark. Dec. 13 The rue
against A. C. Kiot. charged wtth
slandering Miss Agnes Frlxxel result-
ed In the scqulttsl of the defendant.
The esse haa teen on the docket of
the court here for seven! ysrs and
bad Its origin In sn article published
by Root when be ran a paper here.
Vlnita I. T.. Dec. 25. Sltion Bine-
Jacket a prominent citizen of the
Cherokee nation was run down by a
Katy frelcht train at l!!ue;a-k-t and
killed. The mangled UJy aa dis-
covered and picked up by the early
eaxtUiund passenger Wednesday.
VUiU lar la Xink.
Denver. Col.. Dc. 23. D.JJ. alrW
chairman of the Republican state com-
mittee was advlsej by telegram that
President Riosevelt will vU t Daver
about the middle of March. From Den-
ver it Is ssld he will go to New Htl-
Ico and Oklahoma.
Lacrosse Wis. Dec. 25. liacross Is
In the throes of a severe tllitard. Tbe
storm reported on Is general In tbe
Dakotae. Iowa and Minnesota baa
mof.d l0 !h 4kf. wro trao.
In and out of this city Is considerably
delayed as a result
CeCtaa Saiaalaf Itoaraaaiaa
London Dec 25. Depression In the
British cotton spinning Industry Is
evidenced by the fact that eighty-five
Joint stock companies la lancsshlre
with an aggregate capital of 1:515.-
000 and having S.MT.OoO spindles rec-
ord a net loss of $7150 for tl a year.
Vancouver B. C Dee. IJ Crcrwn
Prosecutor F. T. Congdon who baa
Just arrived from Dawson ssys tbe
thermometer there bad reached fifty-
eight degrees below xero but there
bad been very little snow fall. In spite
of this extreme cold the Yukon river
opposite Iason and for a short dis-
tance up the river was still open.
lllfil at Las AnfaUa.
Ixs Angeles Csl. Dec. 25 Colonel
William I). Shauts Is desd at his home
ere. At the outbreak of tbe rebel-
lion be waa a member of the famous
One Hundred Thirty first Pennsylvan-
ia volunteers and in ltt2 was made
Home Dec. 25. The pope celebrated
mass in his private chapel Wednesday
Bight after which he wlHhed all pres.
ent a merry Christmas and said
laughingly: "Do I look aa I had been
111 Tuesday?" The pontiff delivered
tbe benediction personally.
Caved Frcra Death -
In Cattle SUnipeda
Pew young women's IJres bare re-
corded more widely differing expert
eui-ve than Lvtty Meter's altbougn
hardly twenty yeare have elapsed from
the day aba first looked upon tbe world
out of a aatlu lined crib lu a luiuriuua
home In Brooklyn until oue day last
month wbrn she waa eared from a hor-
MUs Lleter became a schoolteacher
lu Wvou.liu when ber futhir took up
bis bom In Sheridan although mucu
against her m rents' will Her borne
was three tulhs from the school on the
One afternoon In October she re-
mained later than usual at the school-
house; then on ber way bouie stopped
TUB CATTT.B CAME TtirsiirittXrt.
by a pile of liuce bowlders to examlno
Kiino curious liiHcriptloiis cut Into the
A low ruu.l.llns sound startltM her.
She sprang to her feet. A large herd
of cnttlc wns coming tiward ber their
nnaes to the ground their horns clunk-
ing toti'ther and envelope) in a il.md
of cl Al the same uiiuiient her poiiv j
hecatue frl'litem d. (omi1 IiU limd 11
the air and daxUcd uway ucrosa the j
Mie iitti nd n scream and sank dow n.
Veils uroe from tbe iuim). They
rode mildly Into the herd trying to
check the onward rnU of the leudera
by Cling revolvers lu their faees. Dot-
ty crunched f"r a nioment ou the rock
IU directly In the path of the taui-
pede; then. Itnpidled t' make sn effort
to save In rw If. she rwe and darted off j
acroea the country ohuid of the herd. 1
The cattle cntne tbutiderlng after I
her. Fnsti r faster she spil ber bright
skirts tlylni; back in the wind Ixmder
iii'iriT. came the frightem-d herd. Thf
earth tlbruted iH'lienth her. She heard
tbe ulitrry rouriiis almost felt their
hot l.nntli. and. weak from exhaustion
blin lid by the duAt. she Ml.
At thnt tiion.i r.t fp'lii out the ( loud
of duct dasUi-d a snortliij; broiicho.
niaddenetl by the gashing spurs of bis
rid. r. A few leaps and h had reiu'loil
the prtr:ite f..rtu. aud. Unditig down
frorn his saddle his sironi: arm lifted
hr from tbe ground hardly ctniklng
his j-d. sml the sturdy ny swiina
furwsrd ui-di-r the doublu weight. Mie
Live Like Vampires
The survivor f a ship wrecki-d In
the Ind-aa ofn are likely to suffer
(jT tuir blotMlsiickliig propensities.
Ad iii s frou Wellington New Zen-
that eight sail
ors survivors of !
from a raft by
the UrltUb ?ur-
1 sritw aa m as tit a s
t"! pUDlsJhsMl ft
. f! fr r'--' their caunlbal-
thut while era
ed with thirst
and tbelr minds
of them pro-
longed life by
drinking e a c b
ot her'a blood.
Wone they say
by mutual con-
sent Ity groups
of two t b e y
In the skin and
other's blood simultaneously. Those
refusing to submit were "tapped"
while asleep. The stewardess who
wus the heroine of the wreck died
from exhaustion and loss of blood re-
sulting from the ghastly practice.
Tho cunfcsslou bus csiitnd horror
throughout the country. The conduct
of the survivors Is considered Inexcus-
able as tbe rnft was afloat only four
and a half d:ys.
e"i jm j -a
& 1 11
s i TH
ceriesl fresh Fruits &c... i
RKCEIVED FKE8H TOR THE HOLIDAYS.
For QOOD GOODS.'QUICK SERVICE and
Leave orders al
S. H. Allphin - 1106
asrOlvs as roar kolidsy
W. T. FORD
Eupion is so!J by the following dealer:
The Hryan Grocery Co; Edre Uros; Fandera Uroe. & Co;
Cole Itros;' Tlioa. XV. Uln; eo. W. IIIxtra; D. C
Zuber; S. If. Alljdiln; Juo. M. Lawrence A
Co; W. K. Saunders; Dansby A
Iansby; Ilowell ltrothers.
i. 11. Mawblnneyi
Gives'prompt anJ excellence service; our work is uncx.
celled anywhere in Texas; we u nothing to injure oui
clothes; ring 'ponc No. 277 and our driver will call foi
your clothes a a Your patronage will be appreciated.
The JEWEL LAUNDRY
0 SUITINQS OVERCOAT5 TROUSORINQS.
The-dieplay is very rorrplete embracing all
m tho uew designs and colorings. These will be
very popular during the coming reason.
g JOHN WITTMAN The Tailor. Q
Is sttn tbe ssoat popoJar plaos in'Dry
drink. Toe fi what
you wsat H sad tee
way yea vast It.
tnd we tasrsatae
r Bryan Toxoo.
The Best on Earth.
WILEY O. OARRUTT
Arrival of fabrics within
the past few days haa
practically complete u
our stock of
2 l&i re!'
j ki lyij
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