Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 25, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 6, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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J. 17. DATTS
RT la (BO U Mly Mt Of SatUM
keoU of Bruoa oossry U4 UUaa.
Harlan aebaaM al Geltlaf HI BV
Into Fa Wars a All KUkU
Tangier Jan. 5. According to of-
ficial news received here from Fea
IN THREE COLUMNS.
EaTalatWabu Ara B.I4 la IU Aivaaalai
M Waw a nMrrm4a riftkC
New York Jan. &. According to
the Herald correspondent la Wlllctn-
. - . i. . . . il. i. i . fail tha rVi lMtltrlata r .. I rt ...
ma an rou dut ui iaa suiian in ...-....... buouhur Guatemala ha received a
brlnglnc ilulal Mohammed hi broth-in l6r eolumna of Ucneral Caatroa
f OR HALE.
. A boat 400 acre of rostok lant In
north emit part of county at 92 'O
About tie and ons-oiiitrter acre
near aeho5.noua In southeast part
Jf t wn. &all ... cottage tenaot
house an J well on premise. Price
rii roain house ami tw lota ol
nnd located four block from
. street. Hnek oUtern on pre-
On .carter Mock near Allen Aca-
demy. Kant front. Prico IAmih.
75 ft front on Railroad stect out
Otto Hoehine' property. Will
11 part or all.
IoU near arhool house at fl1'
Also other city property
r. to tha capital ha attained the de-
lrod object of depriving the pretend'
A desperate f gbt occurred Saturday
It la CUIaaaal Thai Yaaaf Haalar Ufa
llaa Baas Taraaleaad.
LouUvltle. Ky.. Jan. 5 A relative
Sam Castlcman formerly of Chicago
er to the throne of hi prestltra. and'nlnl within eight miles of the city of
the latter haw retired. ilncredlted. to Caraca. resulting favorably to tha
MMnliitl.mlala . . . a
Tuiti Ma haa he-n teaer!...! h fha """- i'7 are culling ail
local tribe. ho dispersed to make
sure of their txHity. liuhamara. ths
pretender having claimed the Inten-
lion of enthroning Mulal-Mohamrned
hi rebellion has no longer any reason
to continue. as the aultan has public-
ly reconciled himself with hi brother
and Mulal Mohammed ha made a sol
emn entry Into Fei. acclaimed by the
floccaaof to Monro EJtfe
Real Estate Agent
02 acre of fjrstclns land near A. A
M. college. R'kmI location for dairy
and hoi? farm price fliOO.
3' lot on courthoiie aqare pood
aevn room house newly painted
with bsm and all necessary out
he fine well of water K'"'" l
Will Hell the I'oclilla two tory
Will sell lots In north western part
of rltv. Inalde lots at f200 corner
lots at raoi.
f9 acres on Wlxon creek known as
Pearson place i.) acres 'n cultiva-
tion. All creek bottom land except
fiacres. Oood ple tor piirfy want-
Inir siimII farm. Ooinir cheap.
'3 Here. (!oo( fi room house. Two
underground brick cisterns. About
SI acre In cultivation. One mile
west of cit y. I A. U. N It- U pits"
through propertv. Will sell for
Il.r.'O mi or frmle for city property.
Otller lllll i-fcfo'l HUltl'TOtlS to IM'!I-
Iondon Jan. 5. In a dispatch from
Delhi the correspondent of the Dally
Mall says: A body of Pathans made
a bold attempt In broad daylight Krl
Uy to attack the guard and rob the
Jewel room of the arts eihlbltlon
where gem valued at 11.230.000 were
being kept. Members of the police
force and the Jewelers present after a
scuttle succeeded In foiling the at-
tempt. Kntronce to the Jewel room has
euow been nude much more difficult
lll la Saulh ( arallaa.
Knoivllle. Tenn . Jan. 5. It. 8. Me-
Arthur of Hanking Itldge N. J . was
found dead in bed In this city. ar
rived Krblay to become a student at
the University of Tennessee. He pre-
sented a letter of Introduction to Itev
K. ('. Mason a Presbyterian minister
of thl city and was being entertalnil J
at the Mason home when his death
occurred. McArthur was manager of
the Dennett estate at Masking Hldge
and a about thirty Ave year old.
mo telegraph lines tearing up the
railroad trnck and are hourly expect-
ed In the Immediate neighborhood of
tbe f lty. A condition of eitreme pan
ic prevail among those who have
heretofore believed that Castro waa
A committee of the nuwt prominent
citizen has jrone to President Castro
and made representations of how
hopelessly untenable I his noaltlon
Hut he Insists on holding on until bla
hut who la now In Guatemala statist
that Oolfrey Hunter. Jr.. who killed
W. II. Fltigerald In Guatemala City.
bid been threatened with assassination I
prior to the killing If he refused to
leave the country. According to Mr.
Cantleman. thirty-six witnesses at the
Investigation of 4he shooting by the
Guatemalan government swore that six
men had formed a conspiracy to shoot
' Hunter. None of these men. the letter
states are now in Guatemala City. while
; two are no longer In the republic. Mr.
I Castle uvsn further states that the
shots w'lU-h Ulled Kit nerald worn
forces are defeated In a decisive hat- i nreJ n '" defense. He also says that
lie. it seem
that this cannot bo of
lla-l an t'aileratandlag. W
Tterlln. Jan. 5 Great Britain Hnd
Germany came to an understanding
some a)1 nKO ( enforce the blockade
of Venezuelan coast precisely a
though negotiations for arbitration
were not going on. It Is doubtless In
consequence of this understanding
mai icnnrm ai I'orio latie o were
taken though both foreign office and
nvy department are as yet without
advice showing that vessels were
taken on shore marine temporarily
Secretary of l.eagdon ll.illcy had been
thruateued by the alleged conspiracy.
MIm I'aaiy Koaaatalt Ilk
New York Jan. 5. Mis Pansy
Roosevelt the eighteen year old
daughter of John K. Roosevelt a cou-
(In of the president la under treat-
ment for nervous prostration In a pri-
vate sanltadlum. The young woman I
a great friend of Miss Alice Roosevelt.
Her home I In H) port. I I. She
an accomplished horsewoman and golt
player. Her affliction ha been kepi
a secret rrom uut menitier or tut
family and intimate friends.
Krlallng In Triials.
Washington. Jan. 5 In the senate
a concurrent resolution was auoptisi
providing for prepnrntlnn tinder dlric
Hon i.f attorney general of compilation
of all laws enacted by various states I
rclatnur J" trusts or to combinations!
in restraint of trade ami for regulation
and reorganization of corporal i.uu.
A d v$ eel
all enjoy a syo lic ntv meal
but few il.i'e iniiiile in it for
fear of sick'heatUchc.iniligf tin.
dy;icpii:i and a h"t of otlicr
stomach troubles. Take a wine
piassfui .f Carrlo Springs
Mineral Water alter your
ii)eitl mid you w i!l te able to cat
and think what you lei-e ith
impunity It i a ii itur.iliniiur.il
water n itiuc's own remedy fur
Coiistiji ifion. S I (i m h c h and
C'a'auli.il ttuuMis and in .iv be
j.'itn to the wnin. rest children.
Ti v a holtle it i-t but : cents
should vour iliii"'i"t iv t have it
we will hi you a 5-allnn jnj;
prepai I for 1 1 .00.
MRRIZil SFnIV.S M:ERAL 'AAIEn
san awrovo. TiTjra" v
lrrniUlin lit rrte Writ.
Dresden. Saxony Jan. The ti r
man cotisul at (eii'va l.u re'lvd
tiei 1 --ary pi rmlsflun. to rve writ 0:1
Cri.n Prime Iuil-e ri coniiMtioa
w ith tl.e su:t for i!lon l i uii ht
iuMi!i"t her by the cro.Mt priiin- n!
BRODERICK A BENEDICT.
UrIIUh War Nwr.l.ry aad NUt Madallaa
Manlay t'allad la Marrlae.
London. Jan. 6 Mr. Urodcrhk. war
secretary and Miss Madeline Stanley
daughter of Lady Jeune were married
at St George church. Hanover
flquare. The scene waa brilliant and
the church crowded with fashionable
people. Premier Ualfour waa best man.
The bride who waa given away by her
stepfather. Justice Jeune was support-
ed by seven bridesmaid. There were
upwards of 600 presents. King Kdwanl
gave a massive IU.r g'lt Inkstand
bearing the royal anus.
Among the guests In the church
were Princess Christina. Duke of Cam-
bridge. Ar Ijindsdowtie and other
members of the cabinet. Lord and
I-ady Roberts. Sir Henry and I-ady
Stanley and Mr. White. Culled Stat-
Public Interest In the event w.n
marked by a crowd of outsiders whb ti
was so great that people broke through
the police lines Hinl almost ini Med til''
rarrlac lontaining Justice Jeune and
the bride in Unir anxiety to ce the
WRECK ON SOUTHERN.
Keglaaar Lost Ills I.Ira and Twenty-deal
Othar Wara Injured.
Illrmlngham Ala. Jan. 5 In a
wreck on the Southern railway near
Henry Kllen fifteen miles east of this
city one person wa killed and twenty-
eight other slightly injured. Know-
ing the trnn. No. 37 from Atlanta to
be heavily laden with passenger It
wa thought for awhile that a second i
Catuba river disaster bad occurred.'
and Intense excitement prevailed at'
For more than Ave hour no new
of the wreck could be obtained on ac-
count of It Isolated location and as
the relief train sent from thl city wa
delayed fully that long the anxiety
wa Increased. The train Anally ar-
rived at 8:45 a. m. with the Injured
and uninjured passengers.
When you need f rmk
Wa kaep only the bat. W slrtva to plesaa.
S. h. Allphin - I06
Is still tbs moat popular plarsj in Hrj
n to eat and drink. You gtt what
yon waot whaa yoq vtnt It sad tha
wsy you want IU
BURNED TO DEATH.
ELOWN HICH IN AIR.
j Tr4t! Hl.iwn to rierr.
Laredo. Tex. Jan. J"..--Itifot r-in' lori
has be. li lei.-ived lo re that G.-org
I llrlilKin and Krederli k G ili ln. bot'i
of Toos were blown to pieces l.y 11:1
: cxploHoti n a ripper lull-" in-ar Ga
j r.anea. Mev. The explosion Is said tc
I l.av ! i -n caused by the cnri'l"-lii
I ol two men unskllli d In handling dy
I rui 1 111 rl I Ik
1 at 1 rowd o
the banks of I
av to wan 11 1
l'.r.l lirr Olilrllr.
Paris. Jap. ' -The MT.afnrlit lee
tlons pa--ed oT Sntvlay iot n
rld lit K.'iHy returns Iti tb ate the re
election "f I'retnli-r Coiii'h's from thf
Cl.areiiie Inf: 1:1 '.uro and I'lnani e Min
Ister Itouvler. fiom t!i- Alps Ma-I
limes tiiiiii Htreim'Ii' -ning the Kepub
II' an majority.
p) oauiio-d llri-a of Ice
skull er a I HI)
N. w York Jan. - (
sim i taturs gathered nri
the Connci tii ut ri'T Sun
the pr s. f iIvnamiMug the be Jam
to save the en at temporary brld-'e
1 fays' a dlspal. b from Hartford. At "
j 01 1 . k a pl 'ci' ut lie w:n b'.own In th"
' air and falilns 'i" f"''l away htrur'
I Crank St a -.a In. il-i'ii. on head f 1 a- -1
turli:g l.is ckuil. He s no v In the b.os-
pltnl. where It U said be can IUe but
a rhort time. II- h:n not regained
rotisi lousness. Th" authorities tlnd
there was crltn:nal negligence but
spectators were not warned uway.
Nfgro anil Twenty llaatl it Slork War
f'renialail In a lira.
Dallas. Jan. 6. .Sutiu.iy morning
hortly alter i o'cl "'. fire tutfclly de-
stroyed the offlccs cundy and vinegar
manufactory and the stable of
Hughes Urns. Manufacturing cotnpa '
ny. on Hughes Circle near Its Inter '
section with south Krvay street. The
loss was $'it.lt0. thelnsurame $.'7.7Srt 1
A negro boy ami twenty head of stock;
were burned to death In the barn. Thei
separate building used for manufae-'
tilling purtHieg was untoinhed by tht;
flames. The loy whnne name was i
J. II. Williams was fourteen years
old. He was cleeplng In the barn.
THE BEST LIQUORS
THE BEST CIGARS
THE BEST SERVICE
a"Glv us yoar holldsy lrd; w utrsots
to pletaa you.
W. T. FORD sr Bryan Toxas.
Ona MlmSa Cn Car ion as pin ImrnwM.
SUIr Into lh Uomv;ri. kit llnrt In IK threat cbaa)
Bad lusti. pnduclnf lh ("Ikairf rsibltii
(1) R.ntt th coif h.
(2) Mutt lh brwlhirf T.
(J) Culiout lh ph'.trm.
(5) Kllliihs frni (m'-rfh) el 4 wata.
(61 !tnnfthM tria muccwi mtmbrviai
(7) Oarath Kd
(I) Fallavasttta lavarlah ccwiltlon.
(9) Rmrii tvery cauaa tha ccuik and k
train os I fit lor.f i.
(10) fcsbiat lha hi.-i tu oxitrirv aura tl'a.
liTlnc sol lila-ajuinlrt otrc'n to If.t fclor4. Curat
Coup nd tU Couih. Lur( and BrwxJin AlfecUona
rraevad bf I. 0. DaWITT A CO. 0HICA0O
JSoM Hy Dr. X. M. Mclml (iAI.D
'Mtl' Covhioht Ac.
ArTnaaaentln attat'S and Searfti-o.
aalrif aeriiil imit ni.int'in fraar u
IHnioirii-tir f.i.n.i"Mi. HHK0B00I il '" ii
aeril Ice H-te I'" emnii
'itna Uken il.rouah Muiiii A Cu ratelv
tfrtM aWH. a" h-Hil chaoa IB tha
A hn1emelf IMn'tmted weeVtv. Ira.t rtr-
ruUi f " irt lini' ..nrnl 1rit.. I- B
.: f..ir ni..i'lis. IL S"ld li all ni-aarfi-aiara.
WUNfl .5 Co.36B-New York
IKiuiib orliwi. HA V HU Wasblusiuo. It U
4anu i li-il.
Abbeille j. Ja'i. The Hurnr
milking season Is closed The yield l
cane has t. -r ery satisfactory nin!
tin- siitar i.bt. lined has nm le It pn I t
able to the refiners. The cane crow
ers receive I nti nn nverai;" about "
per ton for their cane which Is fat
more profliable than rice.
larce n Itumnrril.
Mason. Tex. Jan r. There Is a ru
rror of a big land sale the Lemlien
and Allen pasture of 12. acres ti
C ('. Smith - but tin1 terniH have not
yet bein given to the public.
HiUa of m fit'M anian.
Abilene. T x . Jan. 5. I. It. Julian.
prominent Mock farmer of the Capi
neighborhood southwest of Abilene
died Saturday morning.
(ouuly Auditor round I Mail.
Columlila. S C Jan. U.W. H
3(uler. auditor of thl county wnr
found dead by the aide of the Southeri
railway near the city. There was 1
di-ep wound In the top of his head
Mr. Sijulcr was very popular.
fl.a Mmn etleil.
New York. Ian. 6. Seven Ihousanc
flj hundred and eighty-two dollar'
was the mi 111 netted at the benefit gl't
fur Marie DresMer the aitres. wb
Las U-i n lil for several months wtti
typhnld fi ver.
AiMonnt nf ( mliin l.linieil.
TVa'hirfton. Jan .'.-The nuititlf
nf vottou ginned to I I ! Is 't .! 1 1 Mr
bales w hli h Is equal to S '."i"i ."'! ! bale
s'.nni-rs esiiniated l (i.'iT.TTl. or '. 2 p i
1 ent of thi- 1 rop
Klllrd hy a ssIih.iiI.I
Kahola. Mo.. Jan t'.--li..e- I'-r
sons was killed by William K: :
II. A n-.val of le Moire- '
ci.led at ol lalioma City bv t.v !:'
mi 11 1 es of pru i-iic a Id
Application for a!!. 'lire.' !
Cherokee Nation must l e '
aoo exeep: unJer certain con liii
T.n 1 i He r.il.l ami I'llur Tite
Austin. Jan. f .--Coiiipi 1 o!b r
red'. ed a telegram from Maury Kemp
county attorney of 11 I'.isn coui.ty
reading' "Can 11 man pay his poll tax
having delinquent taxes on real nml
pT-elial property?" The eomp' rolb-i
replied; ' I'oll tax inn be paid ami
either tax returned delirunp rit." Thi
tin ns that a voter nil vote If be ba
paid poll tax nnd mt any other tax
wbl. h Is an Important ruling.
State Health (lll'. er Tubor received
a telegram from Quarantine (itlbei
M'Cleti'hm nf Calvestori advl . In;r Ta-
lier that the new quarantine vcs-id Vi
(ialveton hnu arrived nnl would bi
put In commission Immediately.
Illrd . ( ulrr I iei-U lu I'lit Noma Mane
In Lima star fnterprava.
Chicago Jan. 5. Illrd S. Cisder
former controller of New York city
and Democratic candidate for giver
nor at the Inst election arrived In
Chicago Sunday night with 11. V
Jones vice president of the Seventh
National bank of New York. They
came to meet H. I' lllll y ar. cashier id
the Mechanical National bank of St.
Iuls and Isaac II Kempner of Gal
veston. Tex who Is also a banker to
discus proposed Investments In Tex
Ta Itaaa fur llannell t'na.
New York Jan. 6. Representative
of the Ilritlhh Automobile club are In-
specting roads In Ireland with a view
to a'race for the James Oordon Hen-
nett cup cable the Tribune' lmdon
correspondent. l'arllauient may b
asked to puss an act which shall sus-
pend twelve tulles an hour limit In re-
gard to roads during certain hours ol
a specific day. The event Is exciting
great Interest In the automobile world
and challenges have been received
from America. France nnd Germany.
Washington. Jan. f. The bureau ol
Insular affairs of the war department
has prepared for publication a compa-
rative statemeut showing for ten
month ended Oct. 21. 13u2 custom
revenues of Philippine archipelagic
$7.7.".r.s. against $.921.55! In I'M
and 3."Z9.W In Dtie.i. The figure rep-
sent the total custuaihous receipt ex-
pressed la the Ualttd Butt currency
O-iiwii I'rlin r of s ami Hi t Hue
lianil Vlny lleriiine Kei-niirlli-il.
Vienna. Jan. ..- Reports have bom
rccelvid lu re f:'Oin H."f'"S closely con-
tie -te. W'tll the court of Saxony of a
po...;!i!ii rci o:i 111! 1 1 1 mi bittvcn the
cro'.vn princi '. of i-ax' ny an I her hu.e
Innd. The firnl'y nf the crown prince
Is! es per; ally corn . raei with the future
of tlie prim-ess" unborn child desiring
its birth to hi cir under con lltlons
penn.rtiiirf In proper I. lent .lb atlon.
and t prevent pos ible ubsMtutinn.
which It is suppose.) tii" prlnis tn.g'it
attempt If the crown princess' family
attempted to claim the child.
In lliinnr nf lr. Iinrun.
I'anania. Jan. .'1 great popular
demons! ration took pl.ve here In linn
or of Dr. Ii ii'an th. n.-wly appoint.
governor of Panama. MeinberH of si!
political paitl'14 were s. en among the
bl nss-vmbl ige. and congra' ul.i'nry
spe.-i-hes wi re addresH 'd to the g iv-
trnor by Conservative and Liberal orn-
torn In Ins r ply Cnv. Duran said !c
had aiicpti.l the post for love of the
Isthmus only and th it his appointment
proved the Intention of the national
g ncrnnunt to bring about conciliation
of the different pobtl al inteiasti In
The Best on Earth.
fc'tipion 15 m.IJ by tin? fullowinu Jcalcr?:
TLe Ilryau (Irocery Co; K.lgn Itms; Sanders Uro. A Cot
Cole Ilros; TIuhi. W. llls; (leo. W. llk-s; I). C
Zuber; S. If. All bin; Jun. M. Ijwreiice A
t'n; V. I!. Samiilers; Daosby A
Dansby ; Howell Hrntlu rs.
J. 11. Maw Miiiiey
City of Mi i. o. Jan Mr. V. J
Rrviin and fnmlly were cordially
greeted nt Tnluca the capital of the
state of Mevio by (! overrun' Villa la
who enti-i tamed them. T he Atm-r
ban visitor was taken to the national
exposition and afterwards tliere waf
a bamiuet and the gueMs visited In-
(Testing points In the city which li
one of the most modern nnd enter
prising cities In the republic and not
ed for Its healthfulness. Mandlng KU
feet higher even than the federal rap
PARSOHS BOiTLING WORKS
c. i'Aksons I'roptictor a a hkvan ti:as.
Enlarged KrCtini in.t r.jul) ped with
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE MACHINERY
Galveston. Jan. 5. The body of lien-
Ito Gome. a fireman of the stemh!r
Anselma de Iirrinsgn. who wat
drowned New Year' eve waa recover
ed Sunday. The deceased wa found
In a standing position the feet Im
bedded In the mud and approximately
where he accidentally fell overboard
The Imdy was well preserved.
fiuna la New York.
Laredo. Tex.. Jan. 6 A City of Mex-
ico special say: Janvier Arrangols
chief of the custom bureau and Pe-
dro M. Del Paso one of ths chief em-
ployes of the same bureau have left
for New Yurk via Vera Cm to he
present as delegates at the custom
congreaa to be held In that city.
Shanghai. Jan. 5 Ths disturbance
In the Interior of China are spredln.
Five thousand troops have been lent
to suppress the dlsnrdera In the pro-
vince of Che Klarig.
( niamlag'tl t'aalura Sold.
Devlne. Tex. Jan. 5 W. D. Adam
and II. Kverett Moore have closed a
deal for the 1100ft acre; Cummliigs
pasture near here. It will be cut up
Into small tructs.
PixllUUt trailer Head.
Pari Jan. 6. Plerr Latin leader
of tha FrM-h romivltlsui I dad.
l'UKC WHOLESOME ANDllKJH UK APE SOI) A WATER
All Flavor Whclala and fti-tttl Inclii.llnf
(Jingcr Ale Cherry an. I Celery Phosphate I'ciipo-I'hntc Rool
Hccr Iron-Ilrrvv Seltzer and Mineral Water.
Crows Cork Ryati-m Hutchlnann sod Cors-Huiprvard Uoodln pints aodriosns J-TJ
"L'tmost clesalloaas and ODlforro qutlliv of gnods prompt and correct avrrloa
to ona and all."
Kcspectfully solicit the trade of Uryan and mrrouiuling territory.
Arrival of fal.rica within (j
the past few days Im
practicnlly com p 1 e t e il u
our stock of'
0 SUITINGS 0VERC0AT5 TROUSURINQS. Q
0 The.dipplay is very rorrjilete embracing all 0
Q the neu-designs and colorings. v Theso will bo jZl
very popular during the coming beaeon.
jjr " W 4il 11 J.1 1 ill 1. XI j iiimi I
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