Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 73, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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DR. W. H. OLIVER
r;.y:iciart and Surgeon
ornci in swrnt uultino
Office Phone 107
Residence Phone - - 77
Drug Store Phonr - 60
Dr. 7. H. LAWRENCE
orricki over haswkll-s book stori
Real Estate Agent
Office lo Taliaferro building opposite
the Court Hou. fVI'hone 37.
Have in ofllc the oni.v eet of Ab
tract Book of ltraios County;
Five-room house in first
class repair; brick cistern
one and one-half lots of
ground fronting southeast;
located 4 blocks southeast of
Court House. Price $1100.00.
We have a nice line of cottagea
Also special bargains f"r Hale. We
ollVr for a few dsy the following:
5 lot and :t room htiu on Main
tret for the pitiful sum of TO CM.
33 acre in city limit mut go at
'J acre and two four-room houses
nniHt be polil regardless (' price.
9 room house In A 1 repair barn
garden old-time dug well. Hewer III
fact a swell place at the right price.
If you have property for Hale or
want to buy eee u. We l ave maps
and plata drawn from official record
allowing- location of every tract in
For list of farm laud ee the
weekly newspaper published at
OVER MYERS- HtROWARE STORE.
T. R. BATTE
Attorney at Law
NoUrr P:itt!li" in OUtv.
Office Up-stairs itohde Building.
koi: s. 1. 1-:.
Joe It. llecd residence.
Hrlck store on Main atieet.
Joe (iroginsky resilience.
J.S. Ford former residence.
ietit'y property back of K.v. hotel.
Vacant loin hiii Itiwldiiii; ifi in
different pi rt of town.
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
REMOVED In Ten Days.
BeautiAer i cn-
V ii .d(ritrfulM.c...iiJ
i in' furntcJ to rcmuv
P--- - V H L .11 f4Ci.l dlK-olor.-turn
and rotor tk
tauty of youth. Tt
worit cue i twenty Jay. 50c. nj. $1.00
I 11 leading druf atoro. or by mail.
Pnca Mr N4TIOMI TOM 7 Ul . Nr. Tra.
Mo appetite losa ot strength nervous
nets headache constipation bad breath
general debility aour risings and catarrh
ef tha stomach are atl due lo Indigestion.
Kodol cure Indigestion. This new discov-
ery represent tha natural Juices of diges-
tion aa they aitat In a healthy stomach
combined with tlx greatest known lonla
and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dra
pepsla Cura doaa not only cure tndlgaatioa
and dyspepsia but thta famou remedy
curea all atomach trouble by c!anaing
purifying eweetenlng and atrangthanlng
tha mucous membranea lining tha atomach.
Mr. S. 3. !UH. et KhmmM. W. V- sua
" I m troublM rtlk tnur Mamtck fur twenty Mr.
Kodol ain-4 n tni are st U t ml
Kodol Digests What Yoa Cat.
BottUsenry. 11.00 StM kotim 2 Rma tb trltl
It. htctl awit fir bO eon:.
rVepared by L O. O.WITT OO. OH10AQO.
Sold by Emmel & Malony
Maya af Heuston and Nephew af Deaai
Millienair on Stand.
New York March 1. Mayor Paid-
win H. Hire of Houaton Tea. was a
witnesa In the hearing under the mo-
tion for n B-w trial for Albeit T.
Patrick The mayor la a nephew of
tb late Wlllaru Marsh Rle. Maror
Rice denied the statementa made by
Minnie Gaillard. one of the witnesae
for Patrick's rotinsel. who bad tes-
tified that ahe overheard a conversa-
tion between Mayor Hire and CIihs
K. Jonea. Millionaire Rice former va
let while the mayor and Jonea werv
rldlns: in a trolley car at Houston
"Did you ever alt In a afreet car
alth Charlea F. Jones?" naked Pis
tiict Attorney Jerome who had called
him as a witness.
'"No sir. replied the mayor. "I tlon '
"Did you ever slap him on the back
and Hay 'you carried nut those in
structions.' and asked him how hi
No hlr: the nephew of William
Marsh Uice don't slap criminal on
the buck In Houston."
The mayor said lie knew Miss Gall-
lard when lie waa about fourteen
years of age. but he bad not aeen her
in years. She wa ti-ikr to stand
up and did .
"J)o you know her." he was asked.
"No. sir; I do not."
The mayor said to the counsel for
Patrick that he did not remember
that he met Miss Gaillard In the house
of I K. Gillette. The mayor waa not
mentioned in the Kite will be auld.
nor had he contented It. but he re-
reived $?9oun s a compromise. Hi
uncle he Ka!d. had civen him some
land and then left him out ot bis will
becaime he thought that waa enough.
When Mayor Kic waa excused Miss
Gaillard waa tailed.
"Do you know Mayor Rice?" asked
"Most certalnlv I do." the witnesa
replied looking straight at the mayor.
She repeated that her testimony re
garding the conversation in the street
car mI Houston was true.
When was your teacher'a licenhe
revoked?'' iisked Mr. Jerome.
Why. It was never revoked ehe
Chief of Police George Fill of Hous
ton and Nathan II. Puller a xllce
officer testified to the bad character
of some of the men who had made
the Tevas affldavlta
Mr Olcott. Patrl'k's counsel raid
that he wished to file five or six new
affidavits. He aald: "Reliance upon
the Texas affidavit hua been aome-
what unfortunate. I have filed the
affidavits of Mr. Isil and Dr. Williams
two highly respectable men. but I
could not get them to corr.c north."
Mr. Jerome objected to the tiling
of additional affidavits and Recorder
Goff ruled that be would not direct
the district attorney to receive the
new affidavits ut the present time lie
would take the mutter under advise-
ment. NOTED ACTOR DIES.
Walter Jenn Found Dead in a Room
at New Orleans.-
New Orleans. Murdi 1 Walter
llenn. seventy-one years old a famous
at tor and play a right. ho was In a
star tast at Fnrd'a theater. Washing
ton. on the night of April 14. ISC.
when President Lincoln was assassin
ated by John Wilkes Hootth. died here
penniless He was found dead In a
room. Het.it failure waa the cause.
Mr. llenn spent his last two years in
Texas appearing last in San Antonio.
In the "Great Northwest." He dil
newspaper wotk in San Antonio and
FATALITIES TO CHILDREN.
One Fell Into Scalding Water. Clothing
of the Other Ignited.
Ilreiiliam. Tex.. March I. The two-year-old
daughter of J. K. Hawkins
tell tiaikwiinl Into H pot of hoihtig
water. She was fiightftily scalded
At Zioliville the seven year-old
daughter ot Henry G.iscamp was lior
nlily tiurned by her tlothing catching
fire. Much of her flesli dropped off
The little gill expired In agony five
George A. McCorkle of Dallas Perhaps
I .as ton Man li I George A Mc-
C iHe or Dallas tiavc.ing represen
i'.ve of a threshing machine mm
p. in was probably fatally InjMiel
lore UVilto-Mlay lie was In the act
of iiiol.liiK up a th robing maililne
etigiiK' which was on exhibition in
I.aMtoti As it approached the sep
iiulor he was thrown between the two
nisi bides .ttol c rusbed severely about
Neumann Uses a Rope Hi Alvtay
Carried In a Pocket.
Vii torla. March I. - Herman Ncn
tii.ni. who has been in jail about ten
day on barge of tin-It of bras was
found hanging to the bars of hi celt
The rope he used be had carried for
yeats He wa a most gatherer and
tied the latter with the rope
Some Tas Appointments.
Washington. March I. The presl
dent has sent to the aenate the names
of the folowlng for Hstmasters In
Texas: Florence Sheasby K'gln: M
). Gleason II. o. R K. Trotittiian.
Regarded as Improbable.
laTilon. Matih I The rumored
death of th- .-mptess dowager of China
was rtg.it ded Thursday as Improbable
Advanced Two to Four Pointa.
New York. Mar h I - Cotton opcnd
steady Thursday at an .i hanc- ot ;
j 4 point.
"FLICKER' NI8T" ATTACKtO.
Several Attempt Mass to Burs That
Part of Spengrl'd. O.
Kprincfleld. O. M-rrh t. With eight
compsnles of state irn-ps na fusrd
In this city a a res-ilt of Tuesday
night's mob violenc e shen six houses
were burned In the rftn reldnce
dUtrlct. more Inten.aiy flrea were
started again Wednesday night in va
riuua part of the city. In every In-
stance the houses were occupied by
negroes. A negro house at Harrison
and York streets wan stoned by a
large crowd but the occupants are
believed to have escatied.
The "Fllcker'a Nest." which I In-
habited by negroea and which figured
In the Dixon mob and subsequent race
war two years ago. was assailed and
several attempts were made to fire It
but as It la guarded by militiamen.
the effort failed.
Several alarms were turned In aa a
result of the fires started. Several
negroe who bad been ibaaed by the
angered white form the negro quar-
ter of the city made their way to th
city building which is In charge of
Colonel C. S. Annuel of the Fourth
regiment arrived here and assumed
charge of the troopa. relieving Captain
Horace Kelfer who had been In com-
mand. At 2 o'clock Thursday morning the
military seemed to have the rioters
well tn hand.
Several hundred uegroes have left.
' olonel Ammel pursued th rioters
with vigor and as a result thirty ar-
rests on charges of rioting have been
made. The station home I filled with
men and boya held on suspicion. One
man. John Plerpont. waa ahot by a
negro in the east end of the rlty at a
late hour. The negro fired from an
upper .window while his house was
The mobs burned two house and
stoned and partlaly demolished a doa-
en others all Inhabited by negroes.
The first place visited waa the home
of George Miller. When the assault
begun from the rear of the house Mil-
ler ran In his hure feet and without
coat or hut and escaped from hi
pursuera by going to the city hall
where he found shelter with th
troops. Coal oil was applied to hla
house which waa soon a mass of
flames and waa quickly destroyed.
From Miller's the mob went to the
home of John l-ogun and. Noah Ingra-
ham. a double frame and the torch
waa applied following the escape cd
the occupant a few minute before.
The bouse wa practlcaly destroyed.
The militia were In hot pursuit of
some of the rioter and at Central
nvenue chased them at the point of
the bayonet. I'ven while this was go-
ing on some of the members of the
mob who were at a safe distance from
the soldiers continued to stone the
house of negroes.
The house of Rev. John Scurry a
negro preacher wa stoned and the
family terror stricken from it.
So State th Finance Minister of That
Laredo. March I. Finance Minister
Liniantoiir of Mexico accompanied by
Mrs. Llmantour and Prince Poniton-
kl the latter gentleipau a prominent
railroad man of Mexico arrived here
from the City of Mexico. The object
of Mr. Llmantour'a visit U to meet
Mr. Hugo Scherer a member of the
monetary commission of Mexico on
his return from a visit to Kurope.
Speaking of the monetary efalrs of
Mexico Mr. Llmantour said Mexico
Is now us prosperous as her most san
guine friends could desire and that
business was never on a surer foot-
ing. JORDAN MUM.
There Is No Neceity For Him to
Mak a Public Statement.
Hot Spring. March 1 Thomas D.
Jordan formerly comptroller of the
Kqultable Life Assurance society and
wanted n a witness before tlie Arm-
strong committee to testify a to hi
knowledge of the disposal of the "Hull
dog" fund. Is still iu this city all re
port concerning his hurried depart-
ure Wednesday morning to the con
The announcement of his depart
tire was a ruse to save him from tue
attack of newspaper men. who have
ticsl.-c.rd Ills apartment at the Park
hotel Mr. Jordan atill refuse to talk
Tor publication and all effort to force
him to make an unguarded statement
have proved futile. He Is quoted a
saying: "I am a private citizen and
feel that there is no necessity for m"
to make any statement."
It Is understood that he will ie
main here for at least two week
Associate Justice Irwin Make an
Kingfisher Okla.. March 1. Associ-
ate Justice Clinton F. Irwin held the
Oklahoma antl trust law Invalid in a
rase wherein a local retail Implement
dealer tried to recover money paid by
him to an alleged trust combine for
mac hlnery. The anti trust atatute was
pleaded by the plaint iff as a defense
and alto aa ground upou which to re
cover. It wll be apealed to the Ok
lahoma supreme court.
Arthur Hintley Convicted.
Durant. I. T.. March 1. Arthur
Hinsley fourteen years old. wa con
vie ted of manslaughter In the Federal
court here. Young Hinsley shot and
killed Clarance Swartx. another lad.
while o:t hunting near Caddo in No
Tulsa. I. T.. March 1. A big sand
Storm one of the worst ever known
here prevailed Wednesday. Peopl
sere forced to atay in door and bust-
le's whi at a standstill.
erlbls Results of the Wrecking of a
Ilaugeaund. Norway. March 1.
Thirty men were drowned by a wreck
between llar.gesuud and IK-rgen of the
Norwegian coasting steamer Thor.
The vesel was blown aahove.
MILITIA IN CONTROL
Men Congregating In On Plac Were
OrdJred to Diapers.
Springfield. O. March 1 When the
un ruse Thursday morning thla city
wa at peace and aside from pre
ence of militiamen there were no visi-
ble evidence of disorderly scenes of
Wednesday night. 71- militia at an
early hour settled down to rest ap-
parently in complete control of the
situation ft wa not however until
Colonel Charles Ammel commanding
th eight companies of soldiers. Is-
sued order to arrest whole parties of
men who congregated ut one place
and who. In some Instances refused
nt fiift to dlanerse that the disorder
was brought Into check. The plan
adopted by the military waa to sur-
round a group of men and youth and
If they did not Immediately disperse to
pluee them under arrest and conduct
them to headquarters. The firt result
of this plan waa the arrest of a gang
of fourteen rowdies by a squad of po-
lice commanded by Sergeant Johnson.
Within hair an hour Major Marshall
of the Fourth regiment commanding a
detachment of troop rounded up an-
other party of nine and took them to
headquarter. From this time forward
the crowd on the atreeta began to dis-
appear and the disorder ceased In
the meantime there was Intense cxclt-
ment. which was augmented every lit-
tle while during f e night by newa of
a fresh outbreak somewhere. Wildly
exaggerated report of burning' and
shooting were circulated during the
earlier hour of Wednesday nlht.
Few people slept until long after
midnight. The net results of the
nights trouble he wever. were not aa
serious aa rlotou i scene might nat-
urally have been expected -to produce
Three houses occupied by negro fami-
lies were burned utid several othere
atoned all In different localities hut
negro districts Two persona were In-
jured during the night. Sarah Thorn-
ton a negresa sustained a broken leg
by jumping from a window and a fifteen-year-old
while boy. Orla Willi
received a load of buckshot In a leg
while a crowd was atoning a bouse In
the rear of St. Joseph's c hurch
Ilrskeman Martin Davis whose
wounding by the drunken negroes.
Dean and Ladd. Monday night wa the
immediate cause of the rioting was
still alive nt 8 o'clock Thursday morn
ing. After an os?ratlon. which wa
performed about in o'clock Weiities
day night the Injured man showed
signs of weakness but he rallied to
ward morning. His recovery however
Is not prohatsle.
One of the striking results of the
outbreak Is the citizens' movement
which tttarted Wednesday evt-r.ii.g. and
whic h rapidly took form Thursday a
call being issued f ir a meetlnt: It I
expected that this movement will not
only have much to do with restoring
order but be made permanently ef-
fective in future emergenclea litis!
ness men are convinced there ha been
too much leniency In handling row
STUDENT LIFE SURVEYED.
Chairman Mott Presented Some Most
Nashville. March 1 Three thousand
college men und women from Sou col-
leges universities and theological fern
lnarie of the Tnlted State and Can
ada. now In Nashville at the fifth quad-
rennial convention of the student vol-
unteer movement for foreign nhsh o.
Thursday morning listened to a sur-
vey of student life throughout the
world a related to the missionary
Idea and enterprise. John It. Mott.
rhalrman of the executive committee
of the student volunteer movement
showed that during the last two dec-
ades almost. If not quite l.ono Institu-
tion of higher learning In North
America bad been touched by definite
missionary propaganda and uion boo
of theue so definite an Impression had
been made aa to bring about an effect
Ive missionary Interest. This 1. for
Instance. In the definite consecration
of student lives to foreign msslon serv-
ice or in the organization of voluntary
classes for systematic etudy of mis-
sion. F0LR SIMPLE RILES.
Follow Tbcm and lltillh Happiness and
Prosperity Will be Yours.
It one would be healthy happy and
prosperous follow these four simple
rules. (1) Keep the bowel open
every day. (2) (.'hew your food
alowly and tliorouts'hly. 1:1) Avoid
Indigestible food. (J) If there are
any avr.iptotn of atomach trouble
take Ml-o-na before each meal until
No matter how many year you
may have Butfeied with stomach
troubles or how worried by steeples-
ne nervousnc . lo of appetite
furred toiifue speck before the
eyes headache backache weak-
lies and debility Indigestion or
other Ills that aru'eaused by a weak
atomach you ran be cuied by the
faithful use of Ml-o-na.
Take one of the little tablet! before
each meal with the fixed determina-
tion to (ret the moat benefit out of It.
Ml-o na la not a fanciful experi-
ment It la not a patent medicine. It
I not a cure all. It Is a aclentlflo
remedy recommended but for one
trouble weakness of the dlestlve
organ. la la a Permanent cure and
is sold by r. J. Jenkins under a
guarantee that it coats nothing un-
less it does all that Is claimed for it.
When Ml-o-na ha been used for
a few day tha digestive system will
be so greatly Improved that all 'the
food eaten I converted into nutri-
tion o that nourishment and health
are given to the whole system and
there Is a rapid increase in weight
strength and spirits.
Only the Best Wines and
. Fo r d V sa loon
...INSURE TStock of Feed Stu"- r
Southwestern Lit 'y?ftj Co.
WHY? Kecau u i VTexaslV- "if i;a I'lTA I.
and Surplu and wul KF.F.P TF.XA9 a lvi- .'" j
a. rr as r
will explain the tiittrretit plans and rsteVM. Can also writs Ac.
cideiit.ttnd Sick Her.eftt Insurance In best of cmpanUa and give
voti just what waid.and you will know what you ar getting.
Kvry man and woman tinner fid year. In good In-alth should join
f it i k -v u-1 n -n hi k u fcoci t y
Many now are enjoyiuc the Iwneflts from Life Insurance that
would imt if not for my effort. o (J K U. HliKU
'"si PLANT'S NEW CROP
Bulk and Pap$r. full quality peptrt 2 for 5c
HASWELL'S BOOK STORE
til Better than a Job!
An accident jK.Iiiy in one of JX0. A. MOORE'S
companies will pay your SALARY when you arc
SICK OR HURT. 'We guarantee to inve you the
best HEALTH OR ACCTDEXT Micy written in
Bryan. We have pail our customers in the past
two year? over $1 1000 for arriJents.
CAN ANYONE LLSI- -J
SHOW A 5I.MILAR RLCOHH f
J D 0 .
2-THROUCH TRAINS DAILY-2
Strictly Firtt- Clan U-to-Datt Strrica.
jr Through Pullman Sleepers
Ga.l?ton Houston Dallas Deniaon and St. Louis fit
G. If. k S. A. Uy. to Houaton II. & T. C. Hy. to
Dtniron and M. K. k T. Ry. to dt. Louii.
Galveston Houton and Fort Worth via G. II. Ji 8.
A. Ry. to Ho. Pinn and II. & T. C. Uy. to Ft. Worth.
AleO between Houston and Austin Waco and Dallas.
FREE CHAIR CARS.
For full Information addresa one of our ticket agents or
M. L. ROBBINS O. p. A. Houton Taxa.
If you r run down
aud ueed m stimulant
UK a "modicum" of
good whiskey for In-
and see In tha morn
Ing how you slept tha
night before. how wlda
awake you are tbenl
Dou't take a doseti
In tan minute but
one when It count.
Ho you cau afford
such a good brand a
T II K "CAHCADK."
With the newest seasonable
Cabrict for Men's Clothing.
The oIJ teliable John Witt
.tun tailor shop can alwayt
be depended upon for quality
tyle and lit and promptneti.
Give ut your order.
is No Doubt About It.
H. & T. C. R R
Will put you there in the shortest time.
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