Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. TENTH YEAR, No. 223, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 24, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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Mvpun Nomina JSaale
Bryan Texas ThursO Morning August 24 1905.
Price 5 Cents
Tenth Year. No. 223.
M1 $ -ft $ 'I1 $' $ 'I' $
lilt iu ini ua
New Crop Fancy
Peaches and Apricots
shipped on ice and kept nit Ice. TliU !
a mild full cream New York cheese. If
your frrocer hasn't got what you want
phone us. Two 'phones 23 or 15o
Sellers of ft at a via Salad Dressing
Governors' ot Louisiana ami Ala-
bama Have tlxh
AS TO QUAUAXTIXK.
rrllrao State Krerutlie Deabts the
lti;lit to llestrlrt latrrttate
i'asrarer Traffic aaii He
Ires to Tet It.
( 8 u c c e o f t M c C o r u o l a I e ' a Stable)
FEED AND SAUE
Call Amwoph) dr ani night
Hoarding llorm rceis tw.t cr
ETeryialrig First -cIms
?l--cil sttettlon to Druojmer' Trt
Hay ana Grain bougbl ana told
Your pttronigs will bs appreciated
0. TJU. HONNICUTT Prop.
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II J.' IrWIbrilDV rvoncmnu
uuvmaiuHt hai iunal rAnrv
OR CALirORNIA POINTS. AMD
it gwunvL utlmiw ivn noLir
The season for insuring gins is about here
and I am better equipped than ever to handle
this class of business. My companies' rates are
as reasonable as the hazard will admit and are
as low as any reliable company.
I am also in position to insure country prop-
erty Le. dwellings and country stores.
Nothing but Reliable and Strong Companies Represented
I in ifnt at Bryan. fr tbt
Ollrtr Typewriter the 'T stso-
darS visible writing narhtne.
GEO. A. ADAMS
Office in Parker building. Telephones 265 &. 47
New Orb-ana. Auc. 23. While the
yellow fever at New Orleans la submit-
ting to control the fltu.it Ion In the
country districts la lean promising an J
both state board of health and marine
hospital service now have their band
full trying to send adequate assistance
to thoae settlements whlih are atrug-
gllnlir with the disease. Scarcely a day
ua a without u r.-port of aome newly-
tnf.t ti- Kltit. and unlfna doctors and
nurses are sent fiorn If.re there la no
assurance that the fever will not
Th wort lient thua f.ir discovered
la th:t t Ievllle. ii.ar the mouth of
l!.i)ou m r( lie where nearly two.
thlrda of tlit artlleliient ff 3U4 peep!
liae Utn li.fntcl urid where a nurn-
lT of (le.illn have tH'curre-l. Only on
ihx lor la on the iu cue. There la aome
f.-.ir Itall.niH there will try to return
here thereby nd'ling to the Infertlull
whh h ulte.Kly t'kiutt In furvlK'i nuur-
lera. ANHlHt.itii e. however la belnic aaked
ty other (Hjlnta In the matter of phyil-
lUna un l nura.'a. Tln re la a ateady In-
tTeuai' of t( illxe.iae at ll.tnnori City.
Ill st. t'hnrle p.irlnh. 'I'l. Inflation la
at uttered un l ln renhlnK und beyond
control of the fori e thua f.ir n-nt there.
An limpet'tor la uk ! fur 1'ort Uurrow.
In Aai etiHlon p.irlnh. Infei ted point In
ht. XI.il) are ukliiic mre help und tit.
Her liar. 1. lth u latice Italian puU-
tli'ii. la likely to need aid.
In the ii. antliiie hoefulneaa contin-
ue to iHrrvade New Orleuna. New
tune utmw no Inereuae hut on the
cuntruty tire nllKhtly de llnlnic. which
la the reverae of the eiperlenre of 1S7I.
KlKht new fix I appeared ahove C'unul
street Tuewlav bat nil were wldtly
k uttered and conthlenee rontlnuea
that It la tin mioi hie for the Infection to
Ret a firm (trip on that ecction. Anions
the new un down town la one In
Holy C'roas colleae. a prominent Ito-
inun I'utholli' liiHlitution. The achool
now la In atutlon and atrenuoua ef-
fort will be made to .leatroy the focua
there In order not to Interfere with the
il.ivrriiiir l'.lant hard and Joernor
Jelka threuteit to Income eniiaited In a
controversy over quarantine reguU-
tluiia. The Al.ib.un. trouble icrowa out
of ii complaint made by cltlzena of
IiillHlall.t whlih were taken Up by
Cii.vernor lll.ini hard f.overnor Jelka
Himouniel that the people who left
LouiMaim and delrel to return there
Minil I net he rertiiltted to ana IhroUKtl
Alahaiiui Ul.!' fa th-y iieiit Keveu daya
III detention. In one rae ii prominent
cotton mm. whoae bnalio a I at At-
lanta. Went thi re it n.l tr.iim.ii ted bul-
Jir III a il.iy. He Malted link to
New iirlean. hut waa Intercepted In
AI.iIi.iiiiu .tii.l m nt bin k to Atlanta on
the ground tli.it h- muxt have been
seven il.iya out of lmlMann before he
could .a throiiKh Alabama on 111 re-
turn iiovernor Ilium hard In a letter
to iiovernor Jelka any a he doubt
whether any state In the t'nlon ha the
rlajht to Interfere with Interstate pas-
senger traffic and presaed the hope
that the matter would be taken Into
the Federal courta for a teat.
Dr. Tabor Says Yellow Fever la Epl-
dsmie In Parts of Louisiana.
Houston. Auk. 2J. The yellow fever
situation In Imlalum outld of New
Orleans I regurdel as alarm In a; Dr.
Tabor snys In many places the fever
Is epidemic and the authorities seem to
hav lost control. Kor this reason he
la strengthening the quarantine nlon
the border. He say real condition In
many of the small towns are sup-
pressed. Word from Peterson Indi-
cates twenty cases there.
Twelve new cases and one death Is
yellow fever record at New Orleans up
to noon Wednesday.
New Paving Material.
Pall.ia Auk. S3. The contract haa
been let by VI. S. Munger to Hhrvve-
port pavlna; concern for the pavlna; of
several of the streets In at Pallas ad-
dition with hltullthlf material. No
pavlna of thla kind . na e -n done In
Pallaa. and the icem nil public will be
Interested In the new departure.
CALLS N CZAR.
Meyer's Visit Bslieved to Be In Rela-
tion to Peace Settlement.
St. Pmersbtirir. Auc S3 Mr. Meyer.
American ambassador wvnt Wednes-
day afternoon to Prterhof and was re-
ceived In audience by the emperor.
The audience concerned possible con-
rluslor of peace.
Caused Large Loss.
CMcnro. Au ?3 Fire at the plant
of the Weir & frala; Manufacturing;
company at 2421 Wallace street
caused a loss or $i0 .000. The Arm
manufactures plumbing supplies.
Mr. Roosevelt Make a Suggestion to
Russian Psaee Envoys.
Portatr.outh. N. IIM Auf. 23. The Aa-
aortited Press Is now In position to re-
veal substantially the suggestion of
President ftooaevelt for breaking the
etlstlnt; dea)liM k In the peace negotia-
tions and rescuing the conference from
failure. Ills solution would Ingenious-
ly M-rrnit the satisfaction of the Japan-
ese demands for reimbursement for the
cost ot the war and nt the same time
enable KukhI.i to face the world with
the dei . ration that she hail not added
a foot ot territory or paid a kopeck ot
war tribute to the victor. The solution
Is the one which has heretofore been
deaiTiUd In the Associated Press dis-
patches us the natural and logical com-
proml ie. Tersely stated. It consists In
an agreement by Kuasta to repurchase
posaeaalon of either all or half of the
Island bf Rikhulln. now In the military
occupation of the J a pa newt for a sum.
the suit amount of which. If the two
countries cannot agree shall be decided
by son.e method of arbitratbm hereaft-
er to I determined. The pun has
money together with the sum Japar
would obtain from the cession of the
Chines- Kaieni railroad and the main-
tenance fif tii Russian prisoners In J.-
pan would. It Is estimated about equal
the amount claimed by Japan as her bill
for th com of the war. Possibly
therefore the solution offered by ths
president Involves recession by Japan
Uon rtlele five (the cesxlon of Hak-
halln) and recession by Itussla Upor
article Him. (Indemnity). It seemt
practically certain though this cannot
be affirmed ltlvely. that the presi-
dent w is able to give M. Wltte substan-
tial KMMirances that Jaan would b
wllllnar to accept such a compromise.
It was the president's message to Mr
Wltte v. Iihh caused the sensation ot
Tuesday. Kirly In the morning had
come the official announcement that th
meeting of the conference had beer
postxiiied until Wednesday at :3C
o'clock. The public reason assignee!
was that the protocols for submlssior
at the lttlng had not tieen completed
Hut a few hours later the true reasoi
leaked cut. J. 1 Mrtiniw. one of the
stenographers attached to the eiecutlv
offlces at Oyster Hay had arrived with
a romnnlcatlon from the president foi
the Russian plenipotentiaries. M
Wltte and Iliron Hosen had left the
hotel ostensibly for a ride to Tors
Heach bu Instead had quietly atepprq
over to the conferenre building at th
nm-y yard to receive the message frorr
Secretary pierce. The most elaborate
precautions had been taken to Insur
secrecy but It leaked out through a
"tip-' from New Vork. which reached
the Associated Press.
Prom 1:30 until 2:1 M. Wltte and
Haron flosen remained at the 'onfer-
ence building with Mr. Pierce. Al
those r resent declined to make any
statements regarding what transplrei!
at the navy yard even refusing to ad-
mit th.it any ImiHirtar.ce attached t(
r.irls. Aug. 23. The Ht. Petersburg
correspondent of the Temps contradicts
the rerts sent to the !ndn Times
and the llerlln Lokal Anaelcer to the
effiM t that nt n council held at Peter-
bof It was decided not to make further
Trains Came Together at Coney Island
Causing a Wild Panic.
New York. Aug. 23. Twenty persons
were Injured some of them very seri-
ously. In a collision between two trains
on one of the llrooklyn Rapid Transit
terminals at Coney Islanfl early Wed-
nesday. Most of the Injured after their
wounds had been dressed were able to
go home. The w en k w as caused by a
train entering the terminal and strik-
ing a crowded one atut to leave for
this city. Wlndowa were broken flret
car partly smashed and overhead wires
broken. Falling wires coming In con-
tact with tracks sent up tlDck massea
of sparks and there wus a wild panic
among the passengers during which
many women were t rum pled under foot
Several Firemen Were Seriously In-
jured Three Probably Fatally.
Orovllle. Cab. Aug. 23. A nre w hich
for a time threatened to wipe nut the
entire city broke out here early Wed-
nesday. Hefore It was under control an
entire Mock was destroyed. Several
firemen were severely Injured three of
them fatally. It Is believe". The loss
Is estimated at $150000. One-third Is
covered by Insurance.
New Bank For Abilene.
Fort Worth. Aug. 21 Fort Worth
and Abilene capitalists organized here
a new national bank for Abilene. John
C. Harrison president of the1 State Na-
tional bank of this city will be con-
nected with tire Institution as will also
J. It. Parramore. a west Texas ranch-
man and J. M. Radford a wholesale
grocer of Abilene.
KILLED BY POLICE.
Dallas Officers Shoot Down an Un-
known Armed Negro.
Dallas Aug. 23. At Main and Pres-
ton streets Officers Murray and Haney
made an effort to arrest an unknown
negro wanted on charge of burglary.
The latter hocked up In a corner and
pulled a pistol. Kach officer fired
twice. Two bulleta entered the negro's
body producing Instant death.
Tiir airvr n rT T rv ml
IUL rUAl uLoi llJIlIU 0
TO GOIXO AWAY FOR THE SUMMER JS rRO-
V1D1SO COMFORTS AT HOME
WE KEEP THE ICE
Or'lrr a Coupon Rook txlvj; v t do tht rut.
BRYAN ICE STORAGE & COAL
rtT r'fo ft? ttl fa tfr 7 tK & e't ft
W w 1 J1 lv l4.J W W W W
& Repair Works
Good and True Work
JUST SUCH WORK AS IS REQUIRED
to bring you back to health and happiness;
just sue!) work a your doctor expected
when he wrote out the prescription. It
Isn't always each InRredleut Id a prescrip-
tion that cures you it's as often the way
It is put w ith some other Ingredient com-
poutideil fcoixt prescription work
Bring Your Prescriptions to Us
E. J. JENKINS
BUCHANAN'S BILL OF FARE
We are all times prepared to serve the trade with a full line of
the best market products such as
SAUSAGE Fresh and Smoked
HAMS Raw and Boiled
VEGETABLES in Season
And everything obtainable at this market
The best the quickest Service Phone 282
S. W. BUCHANAN
...LIKE THE FLOWERS OF SUMMER TIME...
superior laundry work al-
ways calls forth sincere ad-
miration. Now that Nature
dous her Dew dress the time
has arrived for every self-
respectli.fr frentleman to
blossom out in apparel in
keeping with the season. So
send your uicest shirts
swelleet vests and favorite
collars aud culls to the
BR VAN STEAM
We will do them up to the
most marvelous system of
peutllityaud thorough satisfaction.
THE BRYAN STEAM LAUNDRY
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