Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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0 FOR YOUR
Try our prepared Fcriulcll Iliickwhcat 1 5c pkg
Fcrndell Maple jSyrup 75c .'J-gnl cam
New Mackeral at J for 25c and 3 for 15c
Wc have jut received a freh shipment of all
kinds of dried fruit peaches apricots ap-
ples grape prune etc.
Try those ililuiou stuffed date 25c pk
Chase & Sanborn'
(live 11s a tri.d on
I. Mi. N. hciifimlk.
fJo. 104 Northbound I'ttesen-
v T U avea 4:- . f. tu.
(Ultra cUtf ontitieciloti with mail) Una
I tU N- l'lu( i1 "
No. I'M Southbound Pa-!i.
trer Arrives 7:l" . in.
1.CHVC In l Ili.f..lil.- I "It. 111.
11. at. v.. H( iiKm r.r..
.Northbound No. 1 !:). m
V.rtbbotiiid No. 1 .27 1
Northbound No. 6 2:1 1 a. in.
v-utl. bound No. a " I". nt.
Southbound No. t :ldp rn.
Southbound No. 8 2:4oa. m
No. n n I 4 ar ff trains 1 j J ihk
only Mvt ;r 1 11.-1 ! stations.
I Local JVetvs j
Madras f..r shirts at Coulter's.
French inadra at Wakti r v. I'.ran-
Fin fat veal at J. tT Franklin .)
11. S-U'l" r lurnd from Oklahoma
Col. A. M. Khode wnt to Calvert
Dump llatth' came up fr-un Well-
White vesting for waist at Wa;-
tier k Itrandoii. "
Y. W. Yeajrer was here from Mil-
Si inch black broadcloth (' at
Warner A Itrandon'. V'
lo.usi yard n-w embroidery Jut
recclvi il at WaMn r A llrandon's. it
Albert I itiiii. who was seriously
wounded m il r;il imi.ths uj h abb
to hit Up.
VA NTKl -i""d tuil-li c.nv by
ri sponsible twirl v f r f ! - Address
11. ix 1" . Hi; an. t'
Mr. Tutu Frwiu of loi:i;stt a 1 1
li ft yesterday afu-r visiting Mr.
W. J. Christian j
llUi'i worth of tu w patti rns in ;
embroidery received tlii wnk at 1
Wiiiii r A llnin.lniV l'i i
I'littiTim pilvaiiii il citi rn. I I
inaUd all hi.cs of t'aUani' '! iron f
cm!-rn. Wii k ii.lratiJfi'il. J.Alli ii1
Mj.r. t' 1
Min Hamilton "f ' lalvi-stnii lia !
!-11 iitini: lnT aunt Mr i. It.
Uolit-rt. tin-pitst wci k. .sin-1 now
UitillK at Cullrl'.
The .opular M i x !-i t . I.. J
t'ox iiiul J. W. I laiiulinii. arc di.
JX tlhill tint In ft lirullils -l H'lUi'TH a
f ord's I'.xi'ohiiiou Miloon. wI.'aIIT
1 employ three (lrst-clii tinners
plpe-cuttcr and inecbanics. Your
work will be appreciated and di-
l at.di. d promptly. J. Allen Myi-ra. I
Fur Kent Ward place roomy
Iioiih.. and plenty id laud in ar Krad.
(! school. Kent ilnap. Apply to
C. A. Adams or J. W. Halts. M
The house of a negro In the north
east part of town caught llru yester-
day and caused a vigorous alarm.
The llaiin- were jiroiuptly extln-
gulshed with a bucket of water.
Tho hoiuti mission aocity of tli
'iMetlmdist cliurcti will kIv a tea at
the residence of Mrs J. II. Maw-
lilney Friday afti'rnoon from H to il
For lino liquors xtn service and
courteous attention call at the Koyal
(Saloon and Hestauraut three doors
aoutli of F.xchaiiKe hotel. (J. I)
l'rlca l'rop. Henry Presley man
ager. v 47
Cofccs have no superior
ur New Year's business.
Dp. D. H. Clark
OFFICE AT EMMEL'S DRUG STORE.
At thi-ln-t 11 1 t in i.f t i . imiiri-!
at-'l pa'nr i'f Itrjun a r sulut inn
w 11 in jit 1 1 1 1 1 1 at 1 1 rt nfti-r (inc. 1 hi !i 1
tnixit li a union liiotiiu' will ! lull
at ni'iiif urn- i.f t!c rliiirrlii . It will
I 1. 1; t 1 1 !.- 1 .ini..r wltoH churcli
tin- tin 1 t in 4 i fi-li a to t liti cliar.ii'- ;
tiT'-f it. Tln tlrt im-cfiti U tli
iini.ni ti!!iin rally ailvt-rtSi-d
Dr. A. '. F.lli of thf rmv-rity of
T'xa Kjiciit tin at two dava in
I'.ryim i-itiiu' tfiH Itryau lii-h
cIhmiI an. I All 11 Academy both of
wliich srn ull'.luit. cl with thn l'nlv-r-
ity. Hi- well 'li a.-.l w itli Ixith.
Dr. r.lli il" sixltiil the A. and M.
(' .lliv'e to I'unfcr with Dr. Ifutistiin
r k'arjin atl.Utlcn.
ClliT A. Adam left ypt-rday af-
ternoon lor Huntvill where .t wt-nt
to meet with tlin penitentiary tujer-
Intcihlciit and other liiKiectnra to ar-
range territory for hi work under
the new Btaie admiuUtratiou.
Dr. D. M. Itroacli and family were
ycxterilay t-n rout hoiu t( Merle-
Hurb aoii county after a vlmt t Dr.
Hriiacdi'a mother who haa liven ill
at Iit luftm m ar Tahor but w ho U
How IllU(di better.
For Sale or Trade Tw-try gin
hoiiHu which ran be moved. an. I com-
plete iii outfit in o.i.l c.iniin.ni. two
(i.aw triii. T.J. Frextoii. Hryan
Two nicely furniiihed rooina to rent
to i-oiijile without ehil.lrm cr tw
(.nt leiui 11. A('i ly to Mr. Win.
Kopjie or "tddri I'. . ho M. i.
n. ctric li.-fit Kloben f..r .il.-.
candle power cent f arli. Hryan
Water. I.U-bt A r...r C o.. T. J.
Pr xt M.ma.'i r. I
Ki d m 1 id A. F. ('. K'l'L-ham
xh.'rt li-nih Irmn '.' to ." y.N "'.
v! at Wi.'in r A Hraiid. ii . I'
1"' fire-jiroof lamp chimney
Oc iii.ici.lni. ml. -1 -r : 1 1 . .'.-.
ti s In J. iV P. ( u.t'a tl.ti ltd L.V
.1 lit. t. tit VV I I .11 ! I ..r
I..J. fox ii.11.-a ! riu-.i.N and j
tin- public to call and (.limit
l'oid l-'.jinsii ion al v I.VI IT I
hort length from J to .' j-. A. F.
('. mid It- I ill y in.-! am 7 ;c jd
Warner V Itramlon. 4"
:0 hlmrt leinsth In A. F. ('. aiu'
lied .snl iir.'haiii only 7 c at
lu'i.i r .V. lliao.b.n . lb
M styles In black and wlilte silk
medallion just received at Wagtn-r
A hraudou's. 45
4 0 pieces lieW elilht'oillery W ill ht
placed 011 sab Monday at Wagner
tfe Itratidon'a. lo
100 piece VlllencellMie ail I Mecll-
till lace. Just received At Wllglicr fc
Silk crepe declieiif in black white
mid colors at Wugiu r A iirandou'a.
Wanted To purchase a food sec-
ond hand guitar. A. F. Wilson. 4.1
Swell line of white medallion trim-
mini; nt Wagm r A Krandoii's. 4'.
For Kent Ily Feb. I a furnished
room. M Us Mary Lincoln. 45
Huy your meats at JetT Franklin's
market. He keeps the bent. 4
2'slyda A F. ('. gliiifhainsull sty I. a
at Wanner A Hraiidon Y 4i
Fresh younir meat always on hand
at Jetr f ranklin s market. 4.1
Mr ll.T'i and 82 boys box calf shoes
.eatl't be beat. Coulter. 4H-19
f a c y
are the correct thing
for early spring wear.
There is nothing that
adds so much to the
looks of a man'5 out-
fit as a light vest. We
have just received an
line of Pancy Vests in
plain and white neat
stripes and figures
prices ranging from
Sec in our show win-
dow. Tarfo rSL
A Pretty Home VYtddinf Was Solemniitd
At the home of the bride's father
Mr. Thomas V. Mipg. at 8:30
o'clcvk last night Mies Bertha
llijrg and Mr. William I. Mc-
Cullough vfere united in marriage
by Dr. J. I). Weft pastor of the
The rootm were taKtefully decor-
ated with palm fern and oilier
pot plants and tilled with relative
and friend of the family gathered
to witness the happy rtdehration.
At the appointed hour the bride
and groom entered preceded by
the bride's cister Mis!u-llit lli:r'-
Metidle.hon'. wedding marc h be.
i 11 played by Mis Tranny Wren
ami the otVu-iating minif tt r admin-i.-tered
the vow and invoked the
hh-einsof Ci 0(1 upon the union
('ri'ratuiation were then oilcred
with a he.trline.s that give abund-
t evideiuv of the popularity of
the young people llefrosh nicnttc
vvcre served. Numerous handsome
pre-eiitu were received.
The bride's dren was of cu-tor
cloth elaborately trimmed in taf-f-taand
fur. Jho styli-h blouse
opens over a handsome while vert
over blue crepe de chene and hu e
front. The conventional black was
worn by the groom.
The bride is one of the sweetest
of the Hryan girls and will bring
into her home the admirable cjual-
ilie of true wotuanlinesn.
Mr. McCulIoch was reared in
Bryan and no young man in the
city enjoy a better reputation. He
is energetic and capable in uu.i
lies matters and for a nttmU-r of
years has held a pnid position with
Mt sra. l)anby k Dausby.
Mr. and Mrs'. McCullou'h are nt
home at the ottae adjoininj; Ihe
home of Mrs. T. U. Collins ou the
NOTICF. I have discontinued the
sale of cheap threads an I Will Sell
onlv Coats and Merricka Indli htii
grade threads. W. J. Coulter. 40-16
Mr. L.J . Cox la now at Ford's Fx-
position saloon and Invites his frieiula
1 ... i ... . ii it.ui
and (tie puouc to can.
SILVER BARS STOLEN.
la Haaalag Tight a Mila Waa fka
. rkrMfh lt Haart.
Alatnofordo N. M.. Jaa. 21 Soma
whtre 'Jj'.wMa this plae aod El raao.
Tel. United States bondad car la
tranult from tha El Paao amttr to
Chlcigo loaded with 800 bars of direr
bullloo waa filtered by robbers anl
tlgbty bara aUlea. At Jarlllo Junctloa
the broken teal wai discovered and at
inventiratlon revealed tbree Milcana
In the car. When an attempt was msda
to elect them they pulled knives and A
lively flcht took place la which tbi
crew drove aiy the robbers. At I
Canyon Sheriff Hunter saw three Mexi-
cans who took ta the trimh. A ral!
to halt was snswered by a fustllsde.
A running fintit followed. Hunter hot
luie Mexlrin throiifh the hesrt. Th
other two mn raye!. The offlclaH
are cf the opinion that the bonded tar
was entered Jiit outside of El l'ao by
the rubers who threw the bars out of
the car ti le gathered up by confeder-
ates. The value of the ni!alng bullion
IS fall III 4 ted It $10. 0OO.
ROUSE AT BERLIN.
relieiil of MlMnurl Kui ami T.lat
Itallrimd Company There.
Iterlln. Jan. IS -lb-nry Ronne
president of the MIxMiurl Kanas and!
Texa railroad has arrived here from
St. IVfeTHbiirc bavins; made a mil-
winter rli from peKIn to Mm)
In the reord t'n.e of seventeen days
and nineteen hurs over the entern
Cliln-i- and trans Siberian railroad
Mr. limine an favorably imiireinie.l
by Kir ida's. ai lili-venients. lie be
lioven 111 the ultimate commercial val
ue of the Trans Siberian railroad a.i
well S4 111 I'h immediate' strategic- ute.
Mr. Hoiihc foun-l th railroad well con-
strut d-d and admirably conducted
throiiphout. pin on the lines rwent-
ly opmed. ThouKh it Is atill In the
band of ih" ('instruction department.
It will be poi-Ml le to soon male on
all rail lourtn-y from lierlln to the
I'aclflr c-oat In b-ss than a fortuiuh'.
Mr. Koue iiroc eeiia to l.ndon. and
w.ll Kail for Nw York from I.lver-
tool Feb. ". on the steamer l.uanla
M.rK al Atlaia)
territorial mmui.tNe n
......... .....Ir'i.lif irttfitiiiufil tit 1
r--iik-i-i i.irs.. L rvl
r pr-M nta'!e from em h of the eleht
railroad pa-.-entfer aoi tat ions of the Vi
I nitnl S'ati and Canada met In thlM
ily. The meet 111 it a for the pijrp.me 4
of kubrnittlnir a n pott mbrai in M
riTottitiiet'il'i; 1 .tu ri-'atlw to ctai.dard I Jj
form Of t.' ket 1 r.nlrarte. tn Olljerc
ItiK to ferure 1111 fortuity throiiKhout
the I'uiteil State. and C.inada.
Ita-uUI l tie.
Vienna. Jan. : I'mf. sor lAm-
tnasch a itu tnt.i r of The lla.:u court
of arbitration. l-n tnc; the report that
the c-osta of the Auierli aii Mexican ar
titration repre.-r.ted a total of II1")-
iuu. said the whole pn cedlni; ex-
rludinic the fees of couiiki-I only
amointed to i:o.brO.
frlnre round lral.
Wortbauaen. rrusnia. Saxony.
;h I'rince Wolflcar.a: Zuatolbcratol-;
. . c...n.l I n..ar hla atle
Ii.-ri; p nn i'"i.i'i . -
at llottlebrode His rifle was nearby
but It Is not known whether he was
murdered or ai.iclded. Ilia father
died a few days au".
Mt-mWr "I I'mIan !
Tt.rlln. Jan. ;.. Count Von Palles-
trem. who resinned the presidency of
the rdchstas; In January last nas w-u
rreated hereditary member 01
upper bouite of the Pusslan diet.
All I rrw lndet nnfely.
Iindon. Jan. H The steamer re-
ported ashore at Atwrfraw Point Isle.
of AnKle't. 1 the Hob hllde litis. She
I a Orman vessel txiiind from l.iver-
p..l for Cardiff. All her crew mi-rt
landed In safety. 1
C.nne la I'nrl nf apnln.
I l fluavrs. Jan. ;s -The Italian OI
rnar.nl l'.ici-n left here fur Port of
Spain. Trinidad main the seven n 1
rim-Ian prii remain. ni: In these
ters Tb" l!rltb-h rui-erTrlbniic and
Zuiiihadnr remain here.
illlir.l lliillra nt ICrgenrT.
P'.Mkho:t;i. Jan. A a Joint
mcetltiK of tin Se.i!h Noraeslan
(Oiitiill frown PtiiH 1 ' 1 s t a f ansutin-d
the duties of the retfi tH y of the two
Vltiedoms. lb- will ko to Chii-tUna
rn Jan ZO.
No Trtuli In statement
London. Jan. : - In a statement au-
thor ed by the Herman ettibii-v here
tt.. to u tint the ylitbt-st truth about
friction between (treat HiKaln
On many rcKarihiiu V tn zula.
llrtilal by lea.ter. j
Wasl.lnctoti. Jan. 2 - -lb-fore K"ue
rnmndttee on nnnl affairs Kepresen-
tatlve lousier ileined staieuii-uts maili'
by Dublin. a;ii h" a In no collu-
Plal si heme.
Klim'ston. N Y . Jan :s A. Pern
Stein dropped dead Just as he left
V. Chaniliers was struck by a brldpe
timber near (iklahoma City and
Oklahoma senate an's all Inform
tioii lelatlve to tost of keeplnu lrls-
j " th
William Itlair. a banker of l-ort
Smith Ark. Ml dead at Mineral
Vli torla Culberson a negro woman.
was shot to dentil at a festival neat
The Llnno County (Texas) Stock
men's association has raised f.'usl with
whlrti to hunt cattle th'exes.
Pevi-ral persons were arrested at
Pa ds Valley. I. T.. charged with
tealliiK a barrel of whiskey.
Henry fltarr. pardoned by tha presi-
dent bss n'turned to the Indian Terri-
tory and will reside at Tulsa.
2 jtoundi Wblte IIouia CofTee
2 pounds (ioIJen Gate Coffc?e
3 pound Mocha and Java Coffee J
4 'Hjund Java Ii!enl CofTee
o iwuncla Lntro ColRtj
C jKjUndi Fpecial Santos Coffee g J
W. i;l rMte ind mika yos on of our e-ffa
cisionen if you will 1-1 ut try. Our Itu r.
miklBs nw fncn-1. .Try dT. let nt ea If ma
can 1 ! yoi. : ! : Ti-l-(.hocia lam S.
JiW. (11. LAWRENCE
N iw is tlie time ti orJi-r!
Wo are LKaI Agents (r
The lil. P.
Lithocrjphers and Blank B'V.k
And are proparoJ t tako your order for anything in the way
of Or f ICE STA TIQSERY w hotlu r rrular stock or made
to order. This arrangement places the larot stock in the
south practically at your door. Phone us and we will call.
THE BRYAN EAGLE.
bCHVd.li DAILY SliHVlCE
L:liCtic Nov. 1 5
NEW ORLEANS to PACIFIC Coast
Every day of the wfi'k; superb service; compartment obscrvitioa and
dminj; cats; day coaches and chair Cars.
Pacific Coast Express
Dailv; day coaches; chair cars; fi!l:nin sleepers and Ji:i:n? cars;
meals a la carte; excursion sleeping cirs throtth from Wahincton
Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis Kansas City anJ New Cleans a a
t'aaa. Trif. Mr.
M L PilMINs.
l.en. I'im h Tt. AL
EVERY CITY OF IJVlPORTflKcr
T J AvnrisTv
Ai.t. (n. 1'tM. At.
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Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1903, newspaper, January 29, 1903; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth321207/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .