Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 13, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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GooJ home lulled moll beat re-
frigerated Muff 'all holler.
There's plenty of choice meat
right here to supply this market
with good nicely flavored steak
without buying that which run
been kept on ice until it has no
Who would live in a garden full
of nice fruit and vegetables and
buy canned good to eat? ? ? ? ?
We slaughter good beeves dress
them nicely and serve our custo-
mer something choice. Won't
you give us a trial? ??????
p call for coupons
J. W. Batis
j In Hundrtd and Fifty Insurrection
ist Killed in Macedonia.
Constantinople. Auk. 11. One hun-
dred and fifty revolutionist were killed
In fighuntf at Sorovlt. h. Auit. . accord.
In to ofllclat Turkish repot l. The
.inie dispatches uhhh have been com-
munlouted to th Russian and Aua-
trliin emhnssle. state thut ths Insur-
recllonary movement la Increasing dal-
1 ly. llilml I'asha inspector general of
! Ihe aulun'a Macedonian reforms re-
port young in-n In all IlulgurUa vll-
I Uitr fleeing to the mountains to Join
Insurgent bands. Many among the Ilul-
STailan peasantry wish to remain lieu-
I tral. but arc compelled by threats to
I lu-lp revolutionary cornniltleca. Hussein
j 1 1 1 tn I ruha who Iu4 been sppointeU
Vali Moriastlr. report a elinllur spread
of lnsurri-i.lloii.iiy movement In Vila-
yet Salonlca where he nays committees
resolved on th same lumpiillfn of mas-
sacre. Incendiarism mid plibiRe aa In
VtlUyet Monasttr. TeleKrams received
front Monusllr announce the town of
Krushevo still occupied by Insurgent
Four thousand Tuiklsh troop with ar-
tillery surrounded th town and are
pepailng to attack and. If possible re-
take the position. Kluht with rebel Is
In prospect In district Dlbra. where It
appears ths Abanlans. where Is appear
that the Albanians ar attacking Uul-
grlsn villages. Insurgents continue to
devastate the district of Korltx and
have captured Important Turkish sup-
pile and provisions. More or lea se-
vere lighting Is reported In the districts
of Ksstorla and Fiorina. Twenty-sit
Mussulmen peasants have ben masso-
rred In the volume f K-lvtt-nlnl. near
Perlepe. by Insurgents. Stringent mili-
tary precautions hsve been tkn In ths
town to prevent the threatened dyna-
Th Mutesarir of Mush Armenia
where Murdlsh stress are recently
alleged to have auifurred. ha been dis-
missed. May Areue Outgari.
Salontca. Aug IJ.-Dr. Mandilstam
actlntf Husslan consul at t'skub who
has been appointed to surrerd M. Host-
vnknvskl. the murdered consul at
Moriastlr. has rem bed that town. Ths
whole outbreak came as a Brest sur-
prise even to lor.it revolutionary com-
mittees hre whl-h were not prepared
risinir. In spite of stir
t '.'AT!CNAL PRISON CASE.
ivt. .;:t.on by Prison Commission f
a Georgia Warden
M; le 'g-vlile. O.a.. Aug. II In t!W
InvkfRii on h.re by tht prison com-
rr.lsi.ori of the ih iters cf excessive
iru-:ty agiln?l V'iwdn Al'good. Miss
Mini" He C:l deil.r'l that It was
not l.ecnuse she h..d b-en Impertinent
lo the wife of the warden that she
was whipped lu-l June but because
the warden had made Indecent propos-
al lo her. which h had Indignantly
'About June I 'at tain Alltfood and
I weic nlone In an upper pris.-n roin.
ll uiichl hold of in and tr;ed to ca
ress me. I pulled away from him and;
told him not to dare to touch me. He
told me that If I ever repeated what he
had done lie would make it h.t for
me. lie tol l m h- would whip me. he
(ii l. He mnde me II across the bed.
II then whipped me with a leather
tiap. t don't know how many licks
he str.'tk The h-iiting wa adminis
tered from my hips d"wn. For weeks
tress bruls. k rind welts were on my!
body. nd for a l"ii; time I could not!
Sh s.ild sdie was spired the humili-
ation of tn-ltuf ci'inp ll 'd to icmo nil
her clolhln t 'ontli.iilnir. she said: "I
was forced lo woik In the field for two
week lifter tho Sunday on which I
Her testimony was corroborated In
manv or Us es-entlnl features by that
of rtlur witnesses nlso prisoners.
COMPERS VS. PARRY.
Ths Forrrer Challenges ths Latter t
Diseussion of Unionism.
Indianapolis Am:. 12 Ilefore le:iv-
trie heie S imtiel (Jumpers piesldent
of lh American Federation of Labor
who h:is be'-n attendlns the Garment
Work'-rs" conven'Un her" I 'ft a chal-
lenge In the hinds of a committee nd-
dressed lo l l. Parry offetlnic
tnret the latter on the stump ut th"
Labor day cij'diratlon tit the fi'r
Krounds In this Ity. rind artt'ie with
him th qnestlin i f unionism.
Th challenge w.ll be handed lo Mr
Tarry within a f.-w days.
When told of tli- clialne Mr. Tir-
ry who Is ptesll-nt or th- N.ittiinai
Manufa ti'rers' ass m latlon d I he
was awaltlnir the delivery of th" hal-
lenn with a if'eat ileal of Interest.
Mr. I'arry said he had n "t desire to
paind Mr. iiompeii as a rival aitrac-
Hsts lo ofn theonlT set of Atirset Books of
Uisxos County Lsnd lilies
TON SALK. .
About Wt acr loeatctl one nule
from court house. 25 acre In cultiva-
tion and halanen In past tire. Fenced
with tf wires. I'do 15J.iO.
ikiintniii and oie-ou.rter acrS
near clioo:hou In aoutheast part
jftown. StU. cottage tenaut
rjnti6n.l ell ott premise. Price
75J. . .
Hlx room hous and two lota ol
round located four block from
Main ftret. r.rnb cistern on vr-
tKie half of a bWk near Allen
acadmy. Prlc- 5u-.
About n acre of land on utli
Side of town vo'id new 4-rxm Iioiisb
with well cistern and out-houses.
4-rootn liouso with pantry ball
and two irnlleri-s. Tub clst rn bur-
oil wfll stahl and wmrden. Iicat-
d 4 hliK-ka from Court hus. Knt
for r month l'rlc" 0.'si.li.
TIihJooII H i'd Iioiiio pliu'i-; om-quartt-r
block of jirotind and V r'Miiu
two-etorv frame ilwidllnw -''"
tn half hloi'k of ground Hiljotn-
Inir tb 1 DoMan-t place? Price
for so earlv a
!. .f.iu.1. I.v the i oinmitle- s. little or
no tH.P'ilir n:hiis!ssm Is apparent not ! tlon lit
even smnnf the yii Macedonian r'- j
Idents r-f Soflv. IHw ton this ron-ll- CHINAMEN ATTACKED
tlon will last depends Urcelv on de. i
veloprrvp's In Mv.mli. At present Yucatan wrougnt up uver neponea
th repfr of diMu''-nce r aeotmn
Mnnsstir. lork iv off Phoull the
uprls nc spresd to 'h' VHav't 1'Wsuh
and come reir the Vucar'so frontier. It
Is peo.'e et ti rT'l'lln'1 Hul-
Karl r.iy -eorr ar.vjsd
." -5 4- -r f Shavim
Next door esst City Nstlonsl BsbS.
1HREE riHiT-ri.SS wnilKME.N. HOT and
Your pstrurtjcs Is solicited.
SIMMONS & 6EUE Props
UK. A. L. MONDK1CK
Physiciaman J Surgeon
Spi'.ial atti-ntioii iiiven to tlu' tri-.it-nnnt
ft JiM-.iMi 't tlio
EYE EAR NOSE and
1-uTOllui' .it J M1:V Dnm Store.
THE JA?.AICA HURRICANE.
It Was Muei More $-'r Thr Than
Klncston. Jamalra. Auu. H-( Delayed
transmission). The hurricane whlih
Ptri.ik th western end of Jamaica
Monday and whh h.lt was thoiiRht. had
passed Instead of proceedlnr to the
northwest veered to th south and
struck Jamaica with full fore. Inflict-
Ins: damae w Mi h It will lak vir In
rep-.lr Owlns; to Interruptions of tel.
euraphlr rnmmunli nl Ion. It Is Impossl.
bl vet to ! ltn.it" nmount of losses
tut they must reni h million of dollars.
!.-... Unnns nl :t n t n t 'on In the east-
! ern half of th Is'nrd his been devas-
j tated. Th situation In th western
h-ilf Is unknown I'onsl !-Tlil injury
was done to property In Klnitston nnd
nuliurbs Th roof nf the ele. trle tli-ht
works w as t.lou n off nod the m.n hlnry
dlsiblrd Itallrnad tratne is Interrupt!
nnd th street nn slopped Many
houses wire damaa-l hv fllln trees
No loss nf !lf Is yet reported
Bolivia and Besrd Settle Their Oiffsr.
snes Ovse Acre.
New York. Ai' 12 -All dlme-iltl
. .. . a. t J II..II..I.. i
" - Wan.li er. iir-d i
hive b-en overome cables; the lilo Ja- (hrr n l.
Th"i relMe. had livid
' Merldi. V natan. Auc II. When It
l was rumored here that a t'hlnamnn.
i Just arrived had lien sh k with bu
hnnlc l lasue. the In linnatlon was so
j ureal that the people attacked every
; Celestial who was found In th streets
The hostile demonstration was sup-
pressed by th police hut nut before
fifty arresti had been mud.
T1 ravrla C wfe.
Tb raria reatauraut reflecta tli cor
aerratlra rlcwe ot U. rraDchmati. Tea
Parisian lovea ' to sit on cushlouud
benchca along the wall and as lika aa
not enter lato talk with hi neighbor.
Apiln tba Parlxiau 1 a true democrat.
Whatever hi rauk he I wllllii to Join
In the fun colntc I a w ard. I n'mcinlx't
one nlKUt In the Cafe tin Purl sccln a
llui)"ar1iin prince) with a rent roll of
aeorc- of tliousniul stall tip to a Ixtnd
of hit countrymen and take the tint
violin from the .muds of the loader.
Tbo next minute a aeore of well know n
people 'vere uatheriHl Ix-fore him. A
count sttnif a love sour; a bullet dancer
from the opera obliged u with a re-
tnarkablo fuudaiiuo; a siu-ar refiner
gave u a couile pitlter. NoIhhI curel
who hi nelKbtsir chuneed to be. It was
good fun. That wus suilli lent.
Imagine a duke and an earl and a
rich merchant amusing tho aupper
crowd at tho Cnrlton or the Savoy!
Decidedly they do tlnne thing letter
In France. Paris la tter In Uuidon Lx-
presa. New Stars.
It is snci-estisl tir Iouls nnbonrdln. a
French writer that In each of the new
atari that blnxe forth In the heavens
from time to time we ee tho destruc-
tion of a celestial hotly by a volcanic
cataclysm. At any rate he saj. If
part of the earth'a crust underlying the
ocean should give way our canu w ouiu
douhtles present In succession to a
distant observer the same aerie of ap-
neurancea that we witnesa In the case
of novn.H or new stunt. First there
would be an outburst of binning hydro-
uen from tho sea water deeiiliitKised
by tho earth'a Internal beat then fu-
slon of tho whole crust reducing tln
Blobs ngnln to a molten state and then
tho crnduul extinction of its light ow
ing to cooling. As cooling would llrst
like nlnee locally we should have n
varlublo stnr the darkened portions
being periixMcally bnuiglit into Mew
by the rotation of the g!ole.- Stnvesa.
a t omnllnient tu lb ITnrmy.
ChuttaniMiga eni-k w as the divldln.'
linn lietweetl till' Olllpost of the I ill-
ral and Cotifeilerate uruiles and dur
ing a lull In hostilltlea the pickets of
hoth cultivated one another acaunlnt-
anee. having agreiil not to fire on one
another tine day when the i-aptaln of
the Fnlon irtiard snV tlenenil (.rant.
with bis staff uppmachlnu be said to
Lis men "Turn out the gunnl for me
eniniiiandlnir celieml. The ( oilfiller-
ate on Uie other aide of the creek not
more thnu fifty feet nwny heard the
order nnd their captain conceiving tho
Idea of nn vim: a compliment to the en
emy shouted. "Turn out the guard for
the eoiumotnllnif general of the Federal
nrniy." The ruiifeilernte plckeia stisid
at uttentioti for several moment und
then saluted (Irant as he rode away.
Take a Good tool
mw--ZV l l-oi 'et y f AT.TO I'RSF.LF nrl tf jl
f '' TTF'T . C I ; v- J "Ot sstUHed With th.
your shirt collar cufftl
srhlte walsP'oat bsr
laundsred fir us a try. M
erstrly speskln; If ws
all ottier must fall. At
r-if US rsts git
W p. GAIUiETT Proprleu
Loal Option Appeal.
Austin. Tex.. Aug. 12. The local op-
tion troubles in ItiilH-rlsnn county h n
reached the thlnl court of civil appeal
here. They came In the nature of a
petition taking; for a rvM.ralnlna; order
on th rart of th II luor dealers
against the county onVera to prevent
the latter from rnforclna the results
of the local option el tlon until aftei
the appellate court ha passed on an
Injunction granted by the district
Judge of the nineteenth dlstrlct-
An Old Judge Cssd.
noldthwalte. Tex.. Auk. II James ft.
Head died nt the home of his son Clin-
ton Iliad. In the art part of th-
county. He ns In his vntv-thlrd
year: was a native of AlaKima. but
had lived In llltmil'on and Mills
cnuties since ltTr.. lie was twics elect
ed i mint v ludffe. snd had served sev-
eral terms ns Justice of th pee and
county commissioner. He was the first
county Judge of Mitts rounty.and was
universally rcspei td f"r h honesty
can be preserveil by rieht livint. (Jive nature the as-
Mstantc of the practiced pharmacist when it is needed
ami you will fiiul it economical ns well as physically
anil mentally beneficial. You will be unable to lied
a better place to buy
and secure ncc.irate
nresciiption work than our store. We keep every
tiling in the R O t Q 1 I DPI! J La 1 II
M. H. JAMES SJT i
II. 1 OU Will HC UM.ieit .
I : '
Iti 1 can JJ Ml WWM
nelro corr spondeiit of th Herald
base of th amli nbl ntraiuf' iiicnt
llollvla will ni kno'.vle.lK Prasll's sov-
rreltnty over a kt- at p ot of Ai re ter-
ritorv. while lirjril will pay anioiemnl-
ty tnr mil'tary exp tiditur s made for
river Madeira and s railway from Ma-
liolivla snd will build u harubar on th
river M vbra and a ralUay from Ma-
morto to M . ! tla.
Another Pionesr Cone.
Wentherford. Tex . Aug 12 William
yats. dld at his
roirih of town. De-
In this county over
Me. Cordon-LytU 0H.
Chl'ngo. Julv l1 Mis H-nry lor-
lon. f.illliertV Mls l.' l'-. of Mutfrees.
tioro. T)in.. and l-tr if Montgomery.
All. v ho -hoi h'-'s-lf hr Sunday
nlL-ht .lie) at ths Auditorium Annex a
few minutes be (.ire ml lulifh.
W. C. FOUNTAIN
1 )n . up in " " I' 't "'""I
Poo TaWts An Outing.
Itome. Auif. IJ -Th pop I. ft Ms
at.irtmenls for the tlrst time since
fainting ht coliiir for drive and walk
In th Vallum giir.!-n. II remained
In lb open nlr shout two hours and
r. turned to the pili.e f'mi mm h
belter. Ids phvslilins ennllnue.l to
HV b must take ret and abstain from
"Put this will mean smi h n nniimn-
latlon of work thit It wilt Will tr af-
terwards to i :it' h up with H "
M.nt"mre All. ig li W. II.
I.y.le Proth-r O' M -r'e 'io-.J.in wh )
M -!i p'e I tr rnmmll ul' I le In Chi-
cago S'indiv night md who has b-eii
arr"-l-d h'te. refus to so to Chlca-
o w th reiiul'.l'ion pii.rs. nn l will
tt'n a writ ef hat.. is mrpus.
. I!. DO.:.-! i'r .p.
First--I.- II .t: MM I n I T II 0
wh. w .. r ;.n I V.. i or U 11. 1 (I 0
riitrn A M fM! At
Central Texas Fair
uavst 13 19 20 2L
.-i ..nl Pf.mlnn List.
M Ll lrsssl-AVl. HAll.bY Sect y. U
COAT'S OAtl FATT.
rhsrqed With T.-t eq Revrnu
fltsmps Etomsch to 0 Anatyieil.
fiotn Memphis "-v. 'I I " Mom.n h f
; KO-lt Is t t be llll.il Sed by rxpell
rheir.lrls lo nn eftoit to a. ioi;rit f'-r ths
di.ippe ir mii e of a nunler of 1'iiiP'd
Slips r'Wiiie etan.ps. InvolvlnB sev-
.1 Imp lied ilielim. A MbolesaW
wlil-Wy hi in sold Hie barn Is of whisky
tO a Silo 'II keeper. The whildiy was
delivered and b rt on the pi' m-nl In
front of tli- H Tl.e pt"pn. lor's pet
Ko.it ut the revenue ' .o p off the
be i Is of the barrels uti l soon after a
jp.vi rnineiit Inst.e. tor Inrt.e. ted ths
whisky nn I found the ne. eiry stamp
tiilssinij. lie thereiiioo i otitis ated ths
whisky. The proprietor esplalnetl that
th Ront flte 'he stuinps The inspector
declined to accept Mils explanation.
Aflir a lonferetoe It was '.rrevd lo
kill Ihe btroat nnd examlno lis stomath
to locate th mlsslnir revenue stamps In
order to protect th" saloonlat from a
Quadeon In neadines.
Itome Am:. 12 'Ihe minister of mn-
I rlr.e has d r-eted that s pJadrons b
j kept In re.i liii' .s w s ill for th rat
should tli" mi pli' ai Ions In Ma. Ionia
I irak It r.ee.f.ny t. prot-t th Ital-
j Ian aui'Jicts tt.-i.-.
! CASC CALL.
I. iM is- Ii:t is. v: T . 1 1 Worth. 1.
Cot M. -in i i '"li 1 ;ir- i. 7: Wee".
TelllaK of th ItaUy.
When n Hutch luibv iiiaWcs It arriv
al the fact 1 announced by a man
wcurlns a black coat and a white tie
who la hired by tlie littln one' parent
to bo round to all tliclr fricnil with
packets of sweets which are annn-
ateiv iliM oratcd with a picture of a ba
by and au antd. The confection !
mndi) of aniseed ami suenr. Koun
awitda slinilfy the birth of a Uy
amisith swwts that of a k'lrl. The chil
dren of the fanilllca to w hom they are
aent eat the sweet spread nism their
bread and butter. In th clKbtcentb
century the birth of a child waa an-
noimisil hv tvlnir a tdncushlon deco
rnbil with lace nnd ribbon to the disjr
knocker of the pun-lits' liotiae.
Mhi II Was Arrested.
When I wa In the leiilsliiture" anld
tlio Kentncklnn. "I wa called over to
tho tHiilteiitlary to two nn old friend.
He said that wasn't a pirn" to keep a
gentleman In and asked him to K'"t mm
ouL 'How'd you iret In. Jlmr 1 askisi.
"'Well. Mr. Tom. It waa this way:
Ton know peppery little Hr. Stnltn
down to OwenslsiroT Well I met him
on tho afreet ami se to hint. "loe. I'm
r.tinf hud I think I'm sick." "1 eel
Ing bud. are you?" lie se. "JVell Jlin.'
t. s.i -whr don't you lake aonie-
"And that nlKht Mr. Tom I took
Lis tw o mules.' "
IBI1 (Ot It
Cotiley-Tliiit'a a .retty grind climt
pojiley-yes; Hint's a ten center you
('opley-l save you? I Rues you'r
i'..i.i..v-oh. no. Tho only dime I
found In our baby'a bank thU tnornlnif
wns the one you put In yesterday.
I'hlladt lphia IilK'-r.
'Didn't you think that wna n bcnntl-
e.ii piet with nu today. Arthurr
U lint tlrL my dearest J"
"Why she was with mo when you
met na In front of the church.
i-. il.r.. a L-Irl there. lli-nrT I
ftidn't notli-e. I was lisikliiif at you."
And then she loved hint till tlio more.
WACO HOUSTON and
and Chair Can
wlwn Ft. Worth Wseo
llouslon snd l.lv.-len.
Austin San Antonio
8 eepers and Cbtir Car
to S hours the quickest
line f mm Texas points to
8U trills snd to sll I'.sst-
era olllee through Ht loui
srj Iirer via ft. Worth
and Th tenver Kosd
Th Tias Rsllrcsd"
n. j. ruicEO. r. T.A.
19.1 I- TIIICE. lud V P AO M.
Houston &Texas Central
Plsees for Iteliistloa snd Ilrstfuineei
K1NGSLAND LLANO LAMFA-'
BAS MARLIN and WOOTAN
Sutnmor Iiatos in HUioct ilnno 1.
Write tor Illustrsled ttookl.'t
M. U noiiHINS. o. r. T. a. DOlir.llTV act'o a. o. r. a
At Ni h'.ill X..hhvii! .. 4; Mont.
t i.in'e it nk uif: n ik. .
:;r i ... oit -Plrvt quo: Shrive.
.1 N"v i P i- s. J S ' on t
N. iv (lr! "i!i !l; Shteveport. 4.
Allan' i II .rmlhK'i.im 3. Allan-
N'f.v Y r Hr. ok' yn
velar. I Ovelun I 4;
ll.nton Huston. R: I'hll idelph a
New Voik 16; Wash-
At Ne-sr VJik
"Md yrr Kit iinytlilim-r wlilHt'cred
tho iiiir'lnr on tunrd ns bis mnio
ptnem-d from tlio window.
V... llm ihnti wot live here is a
bin-ver." rcnlliHl the other In distrust
"Thiit'a Imrd luck." replied tlio Unit
"Did yer Iohd uuythltiKf
"I wonder If oil men nro foolsT
annnmMl Mrs. linnet 'k illirllllf a little
iinlimv tic tinr tlie other morning.
"Xi. Inileiil. my dear" replied ber
husband. "I know a nutnlier of men
who ore bachelors!"
PARSONS BOTTLING WORKS
C. (i. l'AKSONS l'roprietor HKVAN TEXAS.
Enlarged KeStled snd Kijulpped with
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE MACHINERY
The Ilrr-ker-Don't Jn find it easier
to shave sonte men tlmn other?
The Ilarber- Yes; don't youl loo-
kers Statesinnx .
ANDIIKJII (iKADE SODAWATEK j
All Psrors Whole! snd.Retall.llnclnillni i
(Jinjrer A5e Cherry and Celery Phosphate lepio-Phatc Rooty
Heer Iron-Hrew Seltzer ana Mineral Vater il
Crown Cork 8rm llutcbltisonjnd Cork-Htoipsrsd Goods In pints and'qoiru.
"Utmost olcanllaess and onlforra qualltT of coods prompt tnd Mrrsot tortfoi
to - ns and sll."
Respectfully solicit the trade of Hryan and surroumlinp; territorf
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