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WK AUK NOW MIIOW.
I.Xi TBI M(WT m
UP-TO-DATE
LINE OF
FINE STATIONERY
ALL NEW Tints and Latest Shape Envelopes.
HOW'S YOUR TOILET CASE?
Is it I oaplete I Oar Mm a
TOILKT '.l iTKRS and I INK PI KH MKRl
Is the Bt in tswn.
WILSON -JENKINS DRUG CO.
Tllli DAILY EAGLE.
Wilt l Ik rosloSke al Brtsn. Tim M
1 1 o. ins.,
T CONKILLY. fALMIRA CAR'.
Mi 1 1 01 Cssssa Editor.
osnratiTto raica
Mr WtW, 10s. . Per Month. Ml
OKMOPKATIC TICKKT.
For I'nit. d Stated Senator
C. a. OULBIBfOX
For 'lovernor
KWKPl! I). 8AYKHS
of Bastrop.
For Lieutenant QovtTPOf
J. If. BBOWlfING
of Armarillo.
For Attorney General
r S. smith
of llillohoro.
For Comptroller
It. W. KINI.KY
( Tyler.
For I. and Commissioner
010. w. PIHQIR
of Ft. Worth.
For Treasurer
JOHN W.ROBBIlfa
of Vernon.
For Itailmiid Coniioiier
AU.isoN MAYfllLD
f Sherman.
For Stte BoparlnUadtnl
J. S. KKNDALL
of Ladonia.
For ociatc JottsSa
THOB. I. BBOWN
of Sherman .
For Court Criminal Appeal
M. M. BSOOKB
of (ireenvillu.
For Congress seventh lritri t
ROBIBT U BIN It V
of Waco.
For Representee Vth District
HAM K. HKNii:i:sos
of Itryan.
For District Attorney '20th District
J.C. SCOT r
Of Franklin.
Kx-ttov. Hogg collected a Ittnttltll ihfl flfflfW flf OullSllJf Plat Mr.
claim which public ..lli iaU En M Michael ha held the ollice only
more than a third of a c. o lury had two years, hut there i. no more
thought worthies-, lit tM)k the careful, elhcient, punctual ami
rae upon a OOOUngenl fee of 1(1 courteous otlicer in Texas Mian he.
BMT cent and got the money. The The wants of all who visit Ml of.
iranaciion prove nothing more fioe, from the least to the gn at (,
Hum that Hogg i- a better lawyer re atteiulud to with etjual t i.nnid-
thnii many people .iij. .,
far a the -t.rtc is can . i le t
So
Ho-
collection was a pick up and there
canlMino rtSOaabe I ;. tion to
paying it. tialvcston Inbtiue.
Ipurc Drugs.
Skill,
fair .prices.
I use hut one nra.c of drug JHf tsUkjT. In iOOQIM,
we are absolutely . irrect. In price, chargt the lowest
consistent with grade of Drug u-ctl, ami time occupied
in compounding.
Htmemter that
timmal'a Standard fVlcdioinal Prepapotiona
arc typical remedial agent, and are positively guaran
teed to he as gootl, and many belter. Ihan the patent
medicines, at les- cost,
REMEMBER THEM WHEN YOU BUY AGAIN.
EDWARD R. EMMEL. Ph. G
"I'rofessionul Driiggit."
T
A lady on the witness stand wua
a.xkif I her at," . She replied that
she did not remember when he
wait horn, all ho knew alxtut it,
wuh hereeay, and she had always
baja told that baraatajf evidence
wait not admissable.
I writer for one of our taut as
change tells a plain truth in the
i following: "When you see a youth
who will do any sort of work, no
matter how mental it may lie,
rather than he idle, you can make
up your mind that he amount to
something. The young man who
would starve liefore he would do
anything heneath what he con
ceive to U; hi dignity, la not
made of the right kind of stutl to
cut much of a figure in life.
Them i nothing o moral
ly degrading as that aversion to
manual labor which is usually a
combination of laziness and had
conduct ."
HI It I I S N I .N M.
Mot tod dry! Cotton picking
will soon lc over for this season.
There was singing at Kurteu
Sunday evening good singing and
and a large attendance.
Mr. .1. P. I' " ami family, and
Charlie Holmes attended church at ,
lola iat Saturday mi Sumlay.
M, ..... , . v. .
....one,....,.-,.,,., ...y.u.- .s
sp-nt last Saturday night with
Mr. Mattie ILilme of com
inunity. ieorge, Denton, KtU and Sector
ridge, and Marry Drummoml of
this place attended Hinging at Wix
mi Sunday.
Mr. J. I'. I'ost U'gaii inking a
well Monday morning he i- pre
paring for dry weather.
Mr. .)e-!.ie Moieley wa out Sun
day on hi- new -addle and pony.
Mr. Marry Mrummund lett
Monday for the Nation where he
will remain for a while.
Wishing much nuccess to the
Kagle.
Monday, October 10.
Hi. ancii.
PaW t oiiuty lerk.
In the Kiglelht" morning will
be found the announcement of Mr.
(ieo. W. Mi Michael for re-election
erution, and while the clerical af -
fair u! tin i .iiititv are in his hand !
the people may rest assured that1
the most efficient service sibh-1
will be rendered.
On thi basis I soli, it the Pre
scription the doctor leave.
with you.
THE SITUATION AS
TO YELLOW FEVER.
Tka biltiM (mJUIm 1 M Us Us Ipso u
VHkufM, iM la I ..... ... II
I I i lunar.
(
Jackson, If ia , OoL 11 -Jackson 1
record for ytllow fever in I 1 hour wu
broken yesterday, 1 1 caaes bring report
d to the board of health. Of the,
tight art white and three colored. The
ease are not ronfloed to nnv one local
ity, but are districted tn various sec
tloiu of the cnuutry, denotlug the
thorough spread of the infection.
BSjponu . tn tlio i- si of the relief
aatociation are coming in, but not a
promptly aa desired. Among other do
nations a $."i0 check was received from
Chief Knginecr Kutaell Kroeman. of the
battleship ladiana, who is a Missump.
plan.
The official report of Secretary Hunter
of the state Imanl of health la aa fol
lows: Taylors, no new caaes, thrue aerious
ly ill.
I'opuIarriHe, seven new case devil
Oped. Starkvllle, no new caau; five of them
Insll.
Mailison report new four case, one
white and three i-olored
Natche report the two caes there
a ooiiralescent with no su.picioua sick
ness Two suspicions caaes are reported at
Poliimtua Marine Hospital Surgeon
Murray has Un sent to investigate
them.
Ifamstnn, IX now case and one death.
HermaniiTtlle, one new caae The
(tale tssvrd Im iasued nu order remov
ing quarantine restrictions as to ahip
menu of freight between infected points
within the state, ami also lietwuen Naw
Orleans and Jsrkson.
Har..r.l In Leiuilsna. 1
New (Means, Oet. II. ('resident
Souchon makes the following report for
Iionlslana :
New Orleans, two esses, no deaths.
Franklin, In new cases, no deaths
Wilson, in new cane, three of which
are in a critical state.
Houma, seven new cases, one death.
Alexandria, seven new case, one
death.
MORE KICKS COME
FROM VOLUNTEERS.
our MaWSS 1 ' the red N(lras
tt in SMi t ..i. (In.. I In Hi,, ii.,..
plll ml l.mrp.
New York. tVt. U - The lrans(inrt
"lt'. '"" 1 r ' "" '""ee. I'.-rio
11 n""' ,rr ,"1
here. 1 he Iran pirt h l '.'''ti sick nml
rollvale-eiit...li.er.and:i5 paMwugcra.
After leaving S.ntigo where fin. in
her coal bunkers had to Is- extinguished,
a tire again broke out in the coal l.unk
srs mid although every effort was matte
tn Utit ninl... fr.,1 una Mllll ............ .
ing when the t i.i' reMked w,ra.
tine It caused much unensiiiess as the
tnii'Hirt had stonil in her hold a very
large miinlsT of rill
Halph Harwick of Dnlsiis, Pa., a
inemlier of the Heniisylvai.ia volunteers,
told a harrowing Staff of the treatment
tin and his companion had received
while in I'orto Hi'-o
"W got there mi July it," he aaid,
"and were lamleil from the transport
Mobile. Many of us hail contracted ty
phoid fever in the south. 'Jim tropical
"Innate developed the disease, but not
withstanding our weakeneii cnnuition
the Sixteenth made a good fight when it
encountered the Spaniards. The regi
ment was under tin- for over an hour
nd at the cloee of the engagement H
Spaniard had Is-en kllleil and eft
wonnilist
"We deserved Is tter iMslMBl thsn
we got when Ponce had been taken
I'lie regulars wen II looked after, bnt
the volunteer were starved. When
finally the men were forced to succumb
to the fever and were sent to the ho.
pital they were treated most shameful
ly Although t. .u. we vi.,. furced
to get out of aw "'t. to watch some
jssir brave fellow dvnig Some of the
men went mail n :. r tins strain. Only
think of it delirious men nursing the
dying
Harwick' story was hut a MRSjIS) wf
the complaint which were recitod by
v.. tlx i :. ...... if.... .
i ,i.-.i ...... in . i rii.-, nner
they had been tran.f. rn d from the Ob-
dam
(ioveruor l(astiiig was reluctant to
make public his Vtsws n'gardiii' the
treatment the SStdSMS from his state
rlaimnd to have received.
A Nsw Trsil .prioif p.
San Krenmaoo, Oct III. A new trade
with the Philippine Wlaiidi hai sprung
up. During the past n or seven week
no leas than AO carload of Imr and ill
rarload of eigaritt. . have len wnt
there. Tile articles ar for III use of
the American soldiers, though it t et
i I I that the shipments mnr . wel.
coined by the native.
li'Jiirert lis Mnli.
Tciirkana, Tel , Oet II Informa-
He i- achei here from Ids helle, La.,
fiiat WuM-rly WhitUk. r. a former red
taal i this city, and Stsnatvsly known
in the lumber and tie circles of Teias,
wa attacked bv a nvih at his sawmill
near lbs-hell and aarimmly Injured.
Tn Msrrr a Ni.lilamae.
Chicago, Oat 12 Mi Annie M.
Kowler, who Bcrved aa n lied (lrs
nurse in Cuba, i to Isi married today
to Altssrt Van Shelle, a llelguin uoble
man, ! legate general of the Had Proas
society on the staff of Ins majesty, Leo
pold II
GREAT
Look at our NEW DRESS GOODS while in.
We have the Prettiest ever shown over the
Counter in Bryan.
PRICE-STRICTLY COST -No Profit asked.
Very Respectfully,
R. B. TEMPLEMAN & SON.
COLE BROS.' OLD STAND
CITY DIRECTORY.
i in otic km.
Mayor, C. A. Ailm-.
Marehall, T. IV liysli
Deputy Ma Ss.il, K. II. Smith.
Hecretaty and Trea-nn-r. II
Klxslea.
City Se.lon. II. II. Jone.
('I. .table, t . I.. lUker.
Aldermen it. i. Taltor, W. S.
Howell, W. W. Harris, P. II. Wfm,
Jno. M. i ee.
c SjBJtl orru kms.
.lodge, W. II llsrin.n.
Clerk, ... W. McMit-hael.
Attorney, A. Q. Hoard,
lax Collector, J. J. Admi.
Tai Ase.or, It. M. Sail.
Mi. ritr, T. P. Nunn.
Treasurer, It. W. Carr.
Ih-trict Cl-rk, J. 0. William.
Colon. i s, oner- I; i. lb-ens, I'etet
Thorns, Mix Phillip, P. II. Arrilig
ton. ( lit III II H'KM tioih .
Baptist W. P. I'tiley, pa lor; S.-i.
vices eveiy Siiudy II a. SS, and frit
p. in. , SiiihI.iv scIcmiI .V) a. m ; pray
er meeting Thiirieliiy night
Methodist J. B. Cochrn, pastor:
Service II a. m. Dtl t p. in. Sut.day;
Siinday school !:40 a. . r.pworth
besgn Sunday I p
ing Tuesday night .
prayet-iiieel-
'icbvsterian J. I'. West, pator;
hervnea morning and evening 1st, trd
and 4th Sunday in each nth, Sunday
school Ml a. in., prsyer-nieeting
Wednesday night.
Christian, I. b Andreas, pa-tor-Seivice.
11 a. in. and 7:l p. m. Hnn
day, Sunday nchool IMo . in., ( hi is
Uaa Kndeavor :i p. m. Sunday, prsyer
ineeitng Wedtu-mlay night.
Free onvnutnon Baptist A. M.
itWMit, pastor; Services nwiy Sun.
ilsy night in each inontb; Snndav
scIiihiI 10 ii. tn.
St. Joseph Catholic Church ftflSM
1'clnar, pa-' r Mas at anil ID a. B.
Hiiudity.
I oi l. MLKIINOS.
Ivaiiln e Cointnanilery No, 8, Knight
Ti inplar Meet '.'nd Tuesday in ear h
month. A. M. Ithodes, K. C , II . (1.
Ulitsie. Secretary
W.T. Austin Chapter So. S7, It, A,
SILK
SATIN
SALE.
VALUES UNPRECEDENTED.
THE PRIDE
of the Housekeeper If THE HOTII
Then why not make the Home MOMI.-I.IKI: ?
Ilnin tiHihtrntnai ta tuiat tltlac Mis t orvtlu,
tnr CS1D fM ."In la OB.
BEGIN NOW i m m
IIV BTJl IN. VOIH III I. MM.
We have l.andreths HYACINTH- all 0OL0B1,
DOUBLK of BINOLI TIMPS all kind
CBOCD8, PRBBZIAb
ail me- large liilb.
Bstavssb lb place lo Imf your OP1UQS
SCBIPTIONS nv.A Wr nsNa c.Hnpi.
BOOKS i t-'i't"! Sf tin -ui. sn t .oii. u
BEN S
M. Meets third Monday in esch
month John TaUir II. P., Joe B
Heed. hec y.
Ilraio- LotlSJS No. 1, A. K. A A. M.
Meet f. nrih Monday in each month
i, la. Nail. W. M . V.. ti Carr, Sec'y.
Bra i. Lssjfa No M, K. fl'-Meet
tir-t ami third l uesilay in each inontb
A. M. Wsl.lrop P. 01 I'-C. Da
Maret, K.ef It. ,v .
Villcn I . sign No. lit, A .O. t' . W.-
Nbet BSJSOad and fourlh IhiirnUy in
In,,th. M.IL.Ia M. W.
Kinden, tn older.
Bryn So. I.od.e III l. k . of II. Meet
tlrst Bad third Thursdays in each
month A. I'.tnden, dictator, A. J.
JlataaY lapofaaf,
SSJSM t amp So. IfM, W. of W.-
Meet second and fourth h'ridsy acb
Math. W. S. Stusrt; C. P.; Joe 11
Iteetl, clerk.
Bryan Tent No. Hi, K. t. T. M. -
Mwtlasj asfata Iral and laird Monday
each tiioiiih. Sam II. Wilson, P.; Joe
B. Bawd, K. K.
Itryan lnlge No. Usti, Hon e Koruin
Meeting night second and fourth
Wetlne-.lay each timntli. I.. A. BSJS
tiers, pt't, Joe B. Itre.1, linancier.
Bryan hslge No. 0'i, National Aid
Meeting nighta lint and third edm.
day in esch month. A. W. llolman
pres'l ; W. ti. Stuart, ei y.
The St. lon Millinery Parlors ate
now open with the most beautiful stork
of fall aad winter lists, rihhon, velvet
leatbei. etc., ever shown in Bryan.
VND
and KATKK I. II. IKS.
PRC
SCHOOL READ.
DR. PAUL M. RAY OP.
PHYHIClAJI ami BUROMVi
llrvun, Texas.
Office, over faSMS I'm.' store. Ilesl
dl II phol e 31.
Doremus & Butler.
Law Offices.
1 and 2 Parker uilding.
BRYAN TEXAS
i
W. II. LAWRENCE
DENTIST.
Mitt Front Km rfttPoMOAtti
Hnati, Tcxa.
Hall $ Oliver,
PHYSICIANS ami MimOKOIlR,
OffMI at Hail.' Dkiu Stori
Phone Ho. 66. RgvdoncH Phono Ho. 76
lr. Oliver, IMionn tl'J.
isBSlsyiill " ,.wttSJs-lillB

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