Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. ELEVENTH YEAR, No. 228, Ed. 1 Friday, August 31, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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Dr. W. H. LAWRENCE
A. L. MONDRICK M. D.
OttUm at Jui' Inu ;
ij'eclal Attriili iii (ilvti
pis nf j
Eye Ear Nose and Throat!
IttMnc 'Phoii j
T. R. Battel
Attorney at Law.
Real Estate for Sale
One mil east of Hryaii on public
rad. 8) acres of law! with a "'
family rl teac- of six rin (
brick clttirn. Sixty acre tu cult-
ivation and lilacr In pasture. Tw.
Itood tenant houses. An 11mI pla.-"
for a dalr- f.rui an I poultry hu-
Iness. Cheap and on K''h1 time f"l j
Two thousand acre In Hra-.-
bottom In Hurleson county; I7u"
acre in bottom aud rt) acres In
prairie. Ranch house lots ami
atnall pastures. Th finest small
ranch lu Texas. Cheap and on troo.
J. W. BATTS
Real Estate Agent
Office In Taliaferro build In opposite
the Court Hotiaw. T"Phone 37.
'Jave In office the only set of Ab-
stract Books of Hraao County
FOR SALE !
Five room house and tw
lots of ground on East ide
of town two blocks from
Main Street and in good
ments in good Tepair. Trice
(for a few days only) $1100.
D.Witt Is th nam to krk l tii
rou t to bur Wii.n Hum !.
LU.'?t'a W lrk Hi!. I Sjla If tit
onritai and only rnutia. In la-t
Li.wm tit in mi w icn nun .-'
thai It nui Irom tS un j j.ltr-4
Allothara trs eeuntarfmli b... Imi
tation a. cheap a-v iviWa t
dar.ftroua. DaV tWncn Hull Siltt
It t tcmctflc I- P ; e.nid. B 1lrt.
Itching arui fntruift AloCuti.
bm. BrulMi. iooint Lrratloia.
Contuatona. tnl Cafbunelta. Ec-nl
Tatiar. SWI Rhaum. tnd til dinar bin
Soli by Emmel & Malony
H. D. EVANS'
MEKTS ALL TRAINS
All ordera receive prompt attention
day or night.
PHONE 365 .
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
REMOVED In Ten Daya.
' of (ntdul lJit. tnj
gt 0 mMSm aisnsM av w iiimr
p-:- f. J . t til f.y JiuU
't-iVp-ur liuiu tad rnturs tKt
'w Wauty of youtk. Tnl
cr ci is twenty Jayt. 30c and SI 0C
at all lcilm Jruf tl.'rca or by mail
rnr4 t. Htfl'C Till FT CO. Parr Taa
Otllvarad th Annual Address Btfora
Amtrican Bar Aaaoclatlon.
St Puul. Auk. SO The featurt of
the slon of Thursday of the Amer-
ican Par association wai the annual
mAArfm arhlrh Hon. Alton T1 Park.
of New" York has bn In the hal.lt of
delivering to the aw-latlon. Tber J
was a run aiienmno- i inoraoprs.
The rest of the session waa devoted
to hearing committee report
Philadelphia. Auk. 3u.-
Kin of count admit.
1 V .V ? ' XT' :
mouth and ahot hlmaeir. The tau
passed upward and lodjjed In the brain.
The shooting took place In his bath-
room. Fell Dead.
Fort Worth. Aug. 30. Francla Is
Bow. a highly respected citizen fell
dead from heart failure at his borne in
this city Thursday morning. De-
ceased waa aged sixty-nine years. He
leave a daughter and two sons one ol
whom ictides at Waco.
Shreveport. Aug. 30 Conslahle I
B. Watts of DeW-her who was shot In
a room in inn central noiei aica.
I. Dugan of Zwolle la held.
Tientsin. Aug. 30. M. Laptew the
Russian consul here who waa ahot
iy a Russian contractor named Ievln-
iky. died. The murderer la not a rev-
lutloilst Williams Rsturna.
New YorB. Aug. 30. Congressman
John Sharp Wllllama arrived on the
White Star liner Majestic Wednesday
evening. He had nothing to say about
his trip abroad and refused to discuss
the political situation.
There la Not Case of Yellow Fever
Natchex. Miss. Aug. JO. A report
to the effect that there were two cases i
of yellow fever at the Natchez city
hospital one mile from the city was
denied In emphatic terms In a concise
report signed by Surgeon White of the
marine hospital aervlre. In charge at
New Orleans; Dr. K. P. Archlnard ex-
pert and bacteriologist of the Louis-
iana state university: Dr. L. 8exton of
New Orleans and Dr. J. P. Hunter
secretary of the Mississippi state board
Insurrection Haa Cost
Half a Million Dollars.
Havana Aug. 30. Insurgents re-
moved rails from parts of Cuban Cen
tral railroad. In the southern part of j
the province of Santa Clara.
Seventeen recruits belonging to one
company of rural guards who are al
leged to have planned desertion to thj
Insurgents have been arrested and .
placed In Jail I here. J
The cost of tho work of attempt nR1
to suppress the Insurrec l-n i up to tho
present has been over $100000.
SHOT IN STOMACH.
Four Shots Were Fired at Consul but
Only Hit by One.
Tlentln. Aug. 30. The Russian con-
salt here M. Laptew. was shot In the
stomach Wednesday by a Russian con-1
cession contractor named Levlnsky.
wto fired four shots at the consul and
hit blm once. The shooting occurred
at the Russian consulate. levlnsky
was arrested. His victim Is In a dan
City and country
property for sale.
i OFFICIALS AT OUTS. '
Cuban Prssltfsnt and Viet Prtaldant
Had Blttar War of Word. j
Havana Auk. 30. The report that
President Palma and Vice President
Capote had a bitter war of words li 1
ald t0 te ru- ''d; ! declared to
hare denounced taiwjte aa a traitor j
The vice president It asserted to hnve
declared that 1'alma la a president
In certala quarters Capote la aus-
petted of barsulnlna; with Insurgents.
in in event ol the tall of Palma. how
Cht took Place at C.labaiar. Ha-
mult that the latter retreated with
one man wounded.
kngacemenu between Insurgents
and government troops are reported to
to have or (purred near Artemlsa. prov-
ince of Plnar del Rio near the Ha-
vana border. The result la not known.
Several exchangee of shots have
been reported at various places west-
ward of Ouanajay near the Vana bor
derfl In Plnar del Rio. As the place Is
poorly protected reinforcements ol
fifty rural guards have been aent there.
A portion of Pino Ouerra'a force Is
stationed ut Puerto Cortex on the
south near San Juan de Martinez
which the government contemplates
making the central olnt for sending
men and supplies by water to Plnar
del Rio abould communication by rail
Badly Firs Damaged.
Tamplco Aug. 30. A fire. suptos-
dly started by the careleaa throwing
away of a cigarette among bales of
goods broke out in the dry good
store occupied by Kantlllano & Per
nandex and damaged the establishment
to the extent of $50000. Hut for the
prompt action of the fire department
a great conflagration would have re-
sulted. Seven Drowned.
West Selkirk. Man. Aug. 30 The
steamer Princess was wrecked at
George's Island. !.ake Winnipeg Cap-
tain and alx of the crew were drown
Rumor Haa It Railway Will Secure
Bristol Tenn. Aug. 30. A well
founded rumor reached Prlstol that the
Southern railway haa taken over or Is
about to secure the Virginia and
Southwestern railway. The price paid
or to be paid for the property Is not
stated but Is thought to be In the
neighborhood of lio.ooo.ooo. The roml
Is about 140 miles In length extending
from Mountain City. Tenn. by way ot
BrtHtol to Apalachla Va.
Does Not Like Action Taken About
Denlnon. Aug. 30 Dr. Arheson
gtate chairman of the "Reorganized
Republican Party of Texas." Is very
much dUgruntlcd over the action taken
n denying his party official recognl-
tlon. lie banded the following for pub-
11(.at((n. A r.n of Hn .aM.rl)
w B(1niHlilon 0 ln9
ticket Jtmt as the 'Reorganized' R
publicans are in Texas. Ills follow
ers armed themselves with lead pen-
cils wrote Ms name on the ticket ami
he Is now a member of ronsress. The
rmsade of the 'Reorganized' Repub-
licans agalnxt dishonest methods Is
bound to win."
BELL IS BACK.
Found Many Internal Revenue Li-
censes In Local Option Districts.
Auvtln. Aug. 31. Stale Revenue
j Agent Hell has returned from over the
state where he has been on official
business. He announced that during
his Investigations he found fully as
many. If not more. Federal liquor or
Internal revenue licenses Issued In lo-
cal option districts as before these
placea voted local option. While the
state cannot collect taxes from thoeo
having these licenses local authorities
will be notified In the premises.
Omar Young Kills Two Other Men and
Then Took Own Life.
!a Crosse. Kan. Aug. 30. Aa the
result of a quarrel ovrr the settlement
of an estate at McCrarkcn seventeen
miles west of here Omar Young shot
and killed Alexander Walker Jr.. and
Orant Pettyjohn. Young then started
for hla home at Alexander and shot
and killed himself when two miles out
of town. Young was a bachelor.
Walker and Pettyjohn were married
nod had families.
Examining Magistrate la Member of
Kiev. Russia Aug. 20. A perquisi-
tion at the residence of M. Mlnnlnko.
who la an examining magistrate for
political crimes here led to the star-
tling discovery that hp Is a member of
a revoltulonary organization and his
reeldenco the headquarters for the
propaganda In this vicinity.
. New Dally For Dallas.
Dalha. Aug. 20. It Is reported that
an elght-pnge seven-column afternoon
dally paper Is to be established here
Oct 1. Special news servlie Is to be
a festure and there Is to be a magazine
Summoned to Weatherford.
AiiFtln Aug. 30. Ciovcrnor Ijinham
was summoned to eWatherford on lm-
rortar.l business Thursday nr.d left.
Imrrenae Cane Stalk. j
Denlson Aug. 3u. A fane stalk
twonty-lx feet lilsb. as thick as a
man's wrist wai raised near here-
CLAO TO SEE HIM.
Bryan'e Home Folka" Give Neighbor
a Glorious Greeting.
New York. Aus 3 . The scene
down.the bay us the Prinzes liene
cam 4 anchor In quarantine esta
lUhe fti precedent as a celebration of
the houu'-comlug of a plain American
"Ilrysn'a Nebraska home folks-
were tho most enthuMastlc of all. On
two big tug bouts which Journeyed
down the bay side by side they went
to welcome their distinguished neigh-
bor. With tumultuous cheers they
pulled up alongside the after gangway
of the big steamer and called their
greetiugs to Mr. Rryan. who stood on
the deck just above them and smiled
and waved bis hat. Dig boxes of flow-
ers were tossed on board fir Mrs. Ury-
an. Then the Nebraska state flag was
flung to the breeze and tho cheerlnf
was renewed. Songs were sung and
the cheering was taken up time and
agnln while Mr. Ilryan was going
through the necessary formalities of
the customs Inspection law.
Two Inspectors and an assistant ap-
praiser had gone down on the llllnl
on special Instructions and had been
put aboard to take Mr. Itryan's depoM-
tlon and make the usual examination
of hand baggage and trunka.
When the baggage bad all been pasa-
eJ. and Mr. Ilryan was ready to de-
scend ta the Nebraskans' tues there
waa another outburst of enthusiasm
which was taken up Iwth a will this
time by those on the crowded decks
or tho Prlnzess Irene. As he set foot
upon the tug Mr. Ilrvin was fairly
mobbed by the Nebraskans. who had
as guests many Democrats from other
sections of the country.
Flags were dipping everywhere and
from the shores small craft put out In
Mr. Ilryan was railed upon for a
speech by the Nebraskans but he only
told them la a purw'y personal vein
how happy he was to be at home again.
Tbey kept him half an hour.
BRYAN BANNERS BARRED.
New York Central Road Would Net
Have Cars Placarded.
Rochester. N. Y.. Ang. 30 The St.
IxhiIs Jefferson club special train
beating 8S0 Mlssourlana to New York
to help greet W. J. Ilryan wax held up
for more than four houra at Iluffalo
by the West Shore railroad which de-
manded that the "odious" Bryan ban
ners on the sides of the cars should
be removed before the company would
carry the special Into New York.
The Mlssourlana pleaded protested
stormed and threatened In vain.
The banners on the St. IxmiIs special
read: "Missouri Democratic Jeffer-
son t luh Special. Welcome to Rr) an."
learning other roads entering Buf-
falo had entered Into an agreement not
to haul cars Into New York adorned
with Ilryan banners the Mlssourlans
yielded and tho banneis were remov
A committee was appointed to draw
up a vigorous protest which was
adopted ami "every free and untram-
mcled American newspnper aked to
gle the resolution the fullest publici-
ty that the people may be fully ad-
vised of the conditions that confront
TWO SHOT TO DEATH.
Quarrel of Prominent Farmers Culmi-
nates In Fatalities.
Winona Miss. Auk 3' . As on out-
come of a quarrel of last Sunday
when was renewed when the men met
Tuca.Uy. Walter Cooper shot and fa
tolly wounded Sam Illghtower. and
was In turn shot and seriously wound-
ed by bis adversary. James Hlghtow
er. son of Sam Illghtower. ran ta the
scene fin hearing the shots and wai
shot and killed by Coo-er. All of the
partlclpanta are prominent farmers
of Webster county.
PUMPING PLANT BURNS.
Property of Democratic Nominee For
Cuero. Tex.. Aug. 30. The pumping
plant of the Incaster rice farm
eight mllea from Cuero on the Ouada
lupe. was burned down. It furnished
water for 300 acres of rlco. It belong
ed to H. K. Lancaster A. B. Davidson
Democratic nominee for lieutenant
governor and Charles Breeden all of
Cuero. It cost above $5.0ou. The
structure was light. Some of the ma-
chinery was saved.
Oltd From Effecta of Eating Candy
That Was Sent Him.
Port Worth. Aug 30 A. C. Fitzger-
ald nineteen years old awaiting trial
In Jail on charge of burglary died aft-
er eating some randy aent him. Other
prisoner to whom he gave some were
taken violently 111.
Sayre. Okla. Is to have a syrup fac-
tory. Mill Creek. I. T.. citizens will bore
A young man named J. D. Rice was
cut to pieces near Dallas by a train.
Oeorge Townsend. the Terrell. Tex.
negro run over by a train at Sherman
Courthouse of Castro county. Texas
at Dimmit was struck by llghtnlnr
A farmer charged with aasaultlns
Ms wife was J:i!led at Ardmore. Th
woman is In a precarious condition.
It Is thouuht that twenty companies
will soon bs boring for oil near Ma
dill. I. T.
Harry M.irtln was so badly man
gled In a Dallas elevator that death
li n. S II Cooper. I)emoratle nom
Ince for foccrrss In the Second Texas
dlttnct. In the event of his e.ecil. t
will be a far.dld.ite for sreaker. M
Cooper has served several terras
IS ALW4YS COMPLETE AND FRESH. WE WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD. PHONE 376
WILSON GRAIN & COAL CO.
It's Your Move !"
ULLETIN SOT. II
San Francisco agents report that they are
again located and the demand for HEATH &
MILLIOAN PAINTS is enormous. Six cars
already on way and by time Citv is rebuilt more
Heath .t Milligan Paint will have been iifed
than all other paints put together.
-SOU) KXCM'SIVKLY HV-
GARTH HOWELL & WEBB
(Cv "The 0d Reiabe"
S. H. FRANKLIN'S
J MEAT MARKETS
Still offer the Best Inducements.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Seasonable Market Products.
Experienced Service. Best Cold Storage equipment
Give us your business. We guarantee to please.
G-HO "W IUG-!
..MY STOCK AND 5ALC5 O.N..
China and Glassware
You should price the line and Save Money
on your purchases.
HasweiiIi's Book Store
W. C. FOUNTAIN
ar.J Brije work a spec
fice up -stairs kovcr Burt
if you have a mind for
carefully distilled whis-
key ripened and mel-
lowed by age not "doc-
tored to death" to plant
your icct firmly on the
trail of this saloon
and then walk ihis way.
It will be a move in
this direction and the
game will be yours.
Purity wines Si liquors
V.'ith the newttl i;aonable
fabrics for Men's Clothing.
The old teliablc John Witt
.nan tailor shop can altrayt
be depended upon for quality
tyle and fit and promptness
(iive v your order.
DR. R. H. HARRISON
oner at Emml Uloa-r'i Drag Ptora
Calls aijswnrcd promptly niht or day
CKSc boon w 12 1. m. sa4 I to 4 p m
ORlceVphon 6fl. :: . 'rlione 1.1
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