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ix. i 111: MOM-r a UP-TO-DATE LINE OF FINE STATIONERY . ALL NEW Tints and Latest Shape Envelopes. HOWS YOUR TOILET CASE? It It Oaplrtt ! Our I. in. ef TOILET WATERS aid flV. PERFI MEM If the Rest li (. WILSON -JENKINS DRUG CO. THE DAILY EAGLE. latere at la loaloatee at Bryan. Tnu, a HV I ' em mall .liar. T CONNELLY. I'AI.MCB A CABSKS. HtU'j. aaaai iciMiinio) raica: Par Week, lflt. Per Month. 40c DKMim KATIC TICKKT. Cor I'nited States Senator C. A. Cl'I.BKRSON Kor Governor J'.'-KPH D. SAYKRS of Bastrop. For Lieutenant (iovcrnor J. N. BKOWNINc of Anuarillo. For Attorney General T. S. SMITH of HilleWo. For Comptroller' It. W. FINLKY f Tyler. For lari'l Commissioner 010. W. FINt.KIl i i t. Worth. For Treasurer JOHN W. no II BINS of Vernon. For Railroad Comioncr AI.I.ISUN MAYKIKI.D of Sherman. For State Superintendent J S. KKNDA1.I. of Ladonia. For Associate Justice THUS. J. BUOWN of Sherman. For Court Criminal Appeal' M. M. BROOKS of Greenville. For Congress seventh Dri-trit RnBKRT I. IIKNRY of Waco. For repreaentivc .Villi ii-t ri.-t SAM K. IIKNDKRSoN. f Brjiin. For district attorney '20th district J.C. SCOTT, of Franklin. WKDNKSDAY. eVRMBII Jl, IM.s. I bundle- a- long as the big pile On Tuesday the I'ad-.'t home lasted, on Austin strset will be opened to was a big snap given Nava receivethe large house party from I vita's gentlemen by the 'get up Glen Katheryn. Thy will re- aIld git" firm ami as soon as the main in town until after the Ko M,) ,rtw it in the Kxaminer they Clark wedding and then return to ) knew what they were going to do lie ittrburbftU Padgitt home with their money. ,llt Wtco relepboot, .. r. r r pure fountain ami bottle eoila jo,,. .,......,., i;:Jtzjt cigar old omy l.yf.ii. Pan. .ii-. AU ' on 0 Ii. Parsons. I-Mf HLvgiCa Just as important, i, it an properly pn pared prescribes corre. tly ? Wnl' would not ask the advice ,,f tt physician who ,lid Ml possess a Diploma from a reputable College of Medicine, y. atl it ever occur to you to inquire if the Druggist who puts up your Prescription, (jierhaps one of great imtortance, requir ing special Skill and accuracy) possesses the required proli ciency as well as your Physician F The Vsilue of Prescriptions, depends on houu they have been filled. 1 make a Specialty of Skillful Prescription work. Take your Prescriptions and family Receipts to Emmel's Pharmacy. Kork Pari Mr. As the writer failed to let this moral vineyard be represented for sometime in your valuable pap er I will attempt to write again Health in these parta is very bad, aome very serious. Cool weather ha come again with nice showers to cool the burning earth, but water ix very scarce. Dr. J. M. Soles i ,juit -irk at this writing. J. L. I reason went to Galveston Sunday. Literary was very goal Saturday the programe being very abort, but interesting to the hearer from Bethel, who were Misses Ida and Fannie McClung. Mary Ferguson in company with Messrs. Philip Andrews, Will McClung and Hon. Dick Jones of Bryan. We are proud to seo no many visitors from a distance, it gives us courage and more heart to keep it in pro gress; we hope to see you all again with US. J. C. Boeder ami Alsa Middcl ton of W-!ll m attend.' 1 Jliterary Saturday. Mr P. L. Barron has a very -n-k child with scarlet fever. Dr. Lee is able to be among his friends again. There will lie a puhlic debate at the literary next meeting. Kvery body come and bring someUxly with yoa. Water I.illie. sale l.a-leil Altout I ln-ee Hours. The Navaota Examiner says: Tin- tir-t tiling i- to have the gends m l the HJOOMl is to tell the peo ple, through the Kxaminer, and if there is anv one in this vicinity that wants what you have you'll tiinl a cti-tomcr. Ifyoumrke the priee you can't build a wall high enough to keep customers away. Saturday R. B. Templ-man A Son advertised that today they would sell Monarch shirts I for $1.00. A big crowd awaited the opening of the ktore this morning and it wa all -.wral clerks rouhl do to handle the throng for two or three hours, buyers stood in line anil came with money and went with not, that your Prescriptions as it is that yom physician i MORE NEW CASES OF YELLOW FEVER. N Paethe Art Iteaarta.t, Tteaagti OM ' Cm al Ihimi I. .r,..-r-.l Data. Washington, flaps. 20. flo d.ite four raaea of fallow fever In at Un re portwl at New OrlaAO an I Bra raae at Hurry' Cual. abovj th itjr en tha opposite ida Of the nvei. -'o .lealh racordad. Dr larnell aar that no faver aiUta at Kayuion.l. Mis. No new caea bard appeared in Jack- Kin. Mi mi l be patient. Mauley, ia j miWiuK and it it thought ho will dla. Dr. Birrbett w.rea fmm Taylor, that two new raaee have appeared there. No naw casee at Orwood. A recapitulation of tha epidemic through Miaaiasippi abowa that out of a total of 1011 caaai eeveu (lea tha have oa i unvd. tha death rata hetnj 13 par rent hearier than (hat of laat year. I ...Hi Hea Art Si. Loan, Sept. 30 Word ha V. n race 1 red hero of a deaprrata and fatal dual between Mata Hark Dan. an a watchman on board tha ataatnerMa flower of the Diamond Jo Una, which laft l.cre Monday night for V-un: Both men are dead. For aomr time there had been a feud between tha two men. When the tmat laid np at a landing oua mile from Create m, Ma, the quarrel be gan batween them. The watchman at tacked the inaui with a knife. Kor aome time the ttrnggl laated, both pajfa Uclpants ttnifgllns abnat the boat in tha borrow of tha paaaangera who were onable to interfere until the men tui.k eihauated and died atts by aide on tho blood t pattered deck. The o.l.l rellawt at II. ...., Boaton. Sept 20 -An offlrial welcome to the aorerelgn grand loilge of tha In dependent irdar of dd Pallowa waa given in the Young Man' Chriarian Aa aociatian hall Monday, (reneral P. B. Applaton of tha gorernor'a uff, wel comed the grand lodge and member of the Kebekah branch in babalf of tha state. Man r JnauOi Qmney nnke for tha city of Boetnn (irand Sire Kred Carleton of Auitm. Tex . reaponded and tha exarriae were at an end. The mem ben of the eovwn-ign grand lodge then m ait had to Copley hall where their secret deliberation were held and con ticucd until o'clock p. m. Lab. I.n Am.rl.tni Mailrtd, S pt. 20. -There la much in dignation h. ru at the fact t! at there were I3'i I'.eath during the royage among the : "o S;..iniU -oldi.rt who hare jut arriTad in Spain on Nainl the Spanish tranepnrt San Ignaclo da Loy ah), from Santiago de Cuba. Tha Span lards attribute thla heavy death rate la the "mhumatty of the American h obliging the sick Spanuird to embark and make room In the hnapitala for the American. SJSSSSJSS rh".ilt Open. Muscogee, L T, Sept. .-Tha pnb lic arhnil of thia city opened Monday with an enrollment of I km pupiln. Theae choola are the firet pablic echool opened in the Territory and the echool board is gratified with the enrollment. Hut few Indian attend, a they hare tchoola of their own, which are and.a the management and Hipported by tribal fUMaS. Iknuble Mur.ler mi MSWaW Clarkaburg. W Va , S.-pt. i0. New ws r c ived h- rv frmu I, wis county of a double murder and nuicide not far from ChurrhTille The murderer, War ily Wolfe, waa insane and waa behaved harmleas. Impelled by a uiilan halluri uation be hot Win. Wolfe, hi brother, and Wardy Wolfe. Sr., hi father, kill ing both, ami then turned the weapon on himself with fatal effect. Two Strm In Han. Richmond, Tex S'pt. 20. Kmannel Mom, colored, conncted at the ipnng term of the district nrt for the outrage and murder of a .Vyear-old blind negro girl and given the lcath penalty, and Pete Autry, alao njored, convicted at tha Mima term of murdering a woman of hi race, were sentenced to ho eie euted on Knday, Oct. 38. Taeher Hinn4e4 M uhn.it Hall. Beaumont, Tex., Sept. 30. tieorge Tucker, who i in jmI chargid with the killing of J H lirinklay, came before Judge S H Writ .it a ii.ii. corpus application for tail Several bhyaii ian teitilieil in the hear.ni;. and the aknll of the dead man wan produced in court. The judge reud. n .1 :i .iivilon remand ing Tucker to jail without Imnd. Amelia lttag. a Head. Sail Antonio, Sept 30. Amelia Lee sage, the unman ihot it tn el Light Sat urday, 1 1 lad from th effect of tho wound. She waa Iltl years old and had a child in yean old. Tha man who fled aa Kn u he fired the fatal ahot haa not been heard from mil thenfftoers be lieve that he will roooaad in eluding them. Onlj One llelaated. Loudon, Sept 20 .- Spc.-ial diapatchea from Madrid ay the pr... lamnal eonnml election resulted in th return of the Mlniatrnal nominae . icupt at Bilboa where Baaiue, haa BSSS "lectod by an oTarw helming majority Seriona street diaonlar attended tha diction. fit Tear la I ha I'an. Marshall, Tax., Sept. :u -Will Miles, chargml with tha mnrderof Will Moore, was ooBvictad in the dUtrtct court and given Ave years in tha nitentiary iiaieKe.i VaaSerhlll' Maaaloa. New Tork, Sapi 80 - A man with a jag Uiege: Vaudarbilt'i laauaion with a revolver, daring the plutocrat to come out. MONDAY MORNING We Put on Sale: 30 Doz. Gents' Linen Collars-Cole Bros' Cost 10 to 17c each, some slightly soiled, at 3c each. 36c doz 15 doz. -United Brand'' Gents' Fine Neglige Shirts, the $1.00 quality, at - - 75c each. $8.50 per doz 25 doz. Gents' Fine Half Hose the 25c. quality. at 17c per pair. 2.00 per doz 25 doz. Gents' Half Hose, the 15c quality. at 10c per pair. 1.20 per doz 100 pairs Gents Pants, some slightly damaged original Cost 2.00 to 3.00 per pair, your choice - 98c per pair 500 pairs Gents Shoes at We are showing some exceptional Values in Gents Work Shirts and Heavy Shoes. 1000 Yards "Humboldt" Jeans every thread Wool worth 50c. per yard at ... 25c yard 250 yards good Jeans worth 30c yard at 250 yards good Jeans worth 20c yard at We are closing out a great many Odds and Ends" at much less than half Cost. Visit us. We will make it Pay you. RESPECTFULLY, . 8. TEMPLEMAN & SON. "Knobs O'TenncHBee" The storv of Lincoln J. Carter's ' ami Hal Keiil's lieantil'ul play. "Knobs o' Tennessee" is as follows: Madeline iiailey, the rich .mil refin ed tlailjllter of Col. BftiWj of Meln- pliii, lias seen, fallen iii willi ami is married to .h.e l'reelon, one of a family rf aarOTtllhllSaf t, and is disinherited. Henry I'n ston, hro. ther to Joe, lia. Iieen accused in-I nocently of the murder of a govern- MM ohVcr. hut Mag sick at home and nursed hv his mother is able to prove this alibi. Despite this he is convicted and the ro;x is ready when he is reciied from the sheritl hy Joe and other MOaV shiners, all of whom believe noon shininx a God given right. Co!. Iiailey, Madeline's father, has de termined that she shall marry ( Jeoru'e i icriiiaiu who i chief ,,f the government deputies in that district of Tennessee. The old mother of the Preston's is half crazed at her younger eoo'l plight and when finally the "(hn'ment Spies'' do take Henry and tell her that he is to go back to punish mel.t -he .limits him dead at her feet rather than sec him hang. The father of the Preston's, a one- armed veteran goes to President i McKinley and begs for the pardon of his wife aid elder son for the crime of mooiishining and when the President finds that he lost his arm at (iettysburg the pardon is granted. The last act discovers that a mica mine has been fiiund on the place thus making the Preston's rich, (ieorge Gerraaine ia in prison for a long term for having forged 01. Iiailey 'a name for sever al large amounts. The comedy is furnished by an I rish lad in lovo with a Swede girl and an anti Mlum "nigger" who loves, the Prestons too well to take his freedon. Choice l lowera 1 r. -vtfully -illicit your early orders for (lowering bulbs for planting this fall, such as Hya cinths, Tulips, Narcissus, Jonquils, Crocus, Kr.cia-. "xalis Itermada I.illies, etc. Of late I have given the matter considerable tudy and ill due "eason I ho' to he able to supply you with tine plants of late and choice varieties of Pansies, Carnations, ioet, etc. I have al ways Is-en a little partial in my taste toward the Pansy, so will make it a -i ilty. and I promise you plant, of the liuest strains and choices blends. Yours reectfuily, - V- Mi Hull Simpson To Hie Cltllrens ol llrvan. Kor the pnrioae of increaaing IirIiI to oar plant we will from tin date for thirty .lav, alien contract are made Within the time, wire your LuiMinKa nitn plan wiring and cord drnpa only, Iree ot charge hen n t leas than Hire light in one huililiinr are eontrartwl (or one year, ami pavmenl to l ma.le monthly in ailvame. proviitnl further that the p remi.es to I wired ami con tracted far are ailuateil on the atres-i on ahich Owl Ime are now located. Plsaascall at oflice of company and ii. like contract!. bryan Water, Light A Power Co. 25t I.. T. Fuller, Prea. per L. II. V. The AMERICAN Laundry. Two doors South of Kx change Hotel. First class work Guaranteed. Prompt delivery. PATRONIZE A HOME ENTERPRISE and keep your Money at home. Telephone No. HI. E. D. BEACH, Manager Much less than cost 19c yard 14c yard n WANT WIVES Ke laltf Ho'iaakeeaan t know I rial Oil Ii Ihe pla in bur Flavoring Extracts. Letter Paper. Feather Dusters. Soaps. Perfumes. Card Cases, etc.. As lor Pure Drugs and PRESCRIPTIONS. Ev ery one KNOWS that THIS IS THE PLACE. Our NIGHT Sen ice Is qood Registered men always in attendance. Bell at Front door. DR. PAUL M. RAYSOR. PHYSICIAN AND Sl'HiiKoN, Brviin, Texas. Offices over Jamea DtagMore. Itesi dence Phone 1.11. DR. H. T. COULTER, PHYSICIAN AND sI'lUJKON. Calla an-were.i;iay or Nlht. t (fflcs at H. H. Kssd'a Drugitors. Kesi.lDi 'Phone UaV Bryau, Tesas i i READ, Druggist.