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FHOM MADISON COUNTV.
nciLrvioRE's it m f f ? I; O-7-W Full lino of all kinds of fall dress goods, exquisite line of silks, ladies underwear, hosiery and shoes. Also a full line of staple goods. We have the "roods and are selling them cheap. Call and see them before they are picked over. GILMORE'S. I I THE DAILY EAGLE. r4 1 lb TotUt&o at Brraa. TtiM, u Rwoad ClaM Mil MtlK. T COUK ILLY. PALMIRA CAM. Malcolm Ca Ml lor. CPSCairTIO rRici; Per Week, Ik. Per Month. 40c WLDJJKSDAY KPT. Farm anil Ranch of September 8th dincimsei-g. orcliard cultivation. The editor of the Orchard and Garden Department, referrini !o an article by Mr. Hale, the great peat-h grower, tay.s: "Mr. Hale who in, perhaps, the most extensive onliardi-t in the South, declare that if a man dor Hot purpOHe cultivating his tree it were better not to plant them at all. It I indeed a painful f ijht to nee a tree that ha made a vigorous grw th the forepart of the reason and to rejoice iu the Miii- ahiuo and t-howers of springtime, li.-ft to battle agiin-t Miininer heat and drouth, with the eoil baked all about it and tfra-s and freed? drinking tip its life, tLe noil mois ture, und tlie lood upon which it liven. Such neelecl is i lift a little K'en rtiiehenfihl than puttinj? al young i ,4 in a pen and deliberate ly elarvingit by inches. Whosityn that a tree due not culler aony of thirHt ju.il a" men or animal? M.iy not they appear in tlie? liual atrize.i and accu-e the men who luiit and then wilfully ni'irleet ami leaven them to a linerin huh." The organization of a cotton fac tory in Xavaaota appears to le only a ijueetion of a fhort time, and ehould the stock be taken up in auch manner a to allow those of small mean an opportunity to help the project and themselves their number would be legion. NavaHota Kxaminer. The Denison Herald states a fact in the following: "In union there i tttrength. In pulling to gether the people of any town can build it up, and make it prosper- on. The strength of a town lien not bo much in the- number of its inhabitants but in their willing nee, to pull together." THE SITUATION GRAVE. rc llandrt t mm 4 l.lUa rt.tr el kv H4 ) Mill frM4l. WbDK'..n. Sr-j.t 111 Th yellow fver situation at Key Went u regarded M grave Since the tint riM tit re jected, about two wwki '. tt epi dmic ban in teadily gmwin) until UxUf there are alinMt 400 caar. new case appearing at the rate of About 30 a day. but th mortality low. Fiflj-fonr eaet atxl two death reported Snnda ami Monday. Attendant Hall, one of the Marin b'jopital RtarT, who develusd th di( Man, haa been iaolated. A Key Went it situated traluw the frnat line, the epidemic will have to ran ltd court Tb Marine hospital aervic bat been drectini; Ha effort to confin ing the epidemic to tbe n'.and and Iwn rewarded with aiftnal ucce. Only on lnfertel person ia known to hare fajssd ami be waa discovered at Miami ami iaulated. Since recovered. One new caan of fever wa reported to the stir peon general from N'tw C)r leana today. Md.;'( Itarerd. Wbiiijtton. Hcpt. l'J -Tlie following U the yellow fever record for Monday: New Orb-Ant-One new roae. making 10 mure tb fever broke out Key West Fifty-fonr new ranee. mak ing total of 'Mi rase and l' death to date. Jackson No new ranee in tb (tale. Till. rer There. Jarkeon, Miaa.. Sept 19 -The report from Klliaville that one or two caer of yellow fever bad lxen discovered at Hattietbtirg ii nnldere4 lurorre-t a the itate board of health baa received no advice on tb mibject from Ir. Wat kin the health oflicer there. TRANSVAAL TROUBLE. A II .!' Wcdtlliitf Soclrty and New Ntea. For accident nt lit iimuiaore ii k j dr fune r:tl beneli' either iii Ii. i,r rn;lit life rumpaniei m-e Joe H. ltred. lie a'do wll. Hour. tf 1'iehaiiEe Hotel Arrival. T t Curry, Wheelock; (i E King, Taylor; J (J Booth, Austin; i;u T Weill, Cincinnati; C W Carr, Houston; F W I'riee, Kanxa City; V A (ireenfi.dd, New York; Minn Crutne, St. I.ouin; J (i Fttz hugh. Austin; !) X Doyle, M Sterm. San Antonio. AT A UAKiAIN.-llr. bottom (rm conaUlinif of L':) acre of land well improved and in Rood atat of cultiva tion. Hati ulllcient timber for lie of place. Situated between I.iltl and Hi Urao ri vara. Known aa the Ilyern farm. Tbi farm ran be bud nt a bar U mi. IliiiUon A Nail, t( Heal Katate AteulR. Itoyi auit from .rH: up at Coulter'. j.'x; J. Allen Mvera ba awarded to I. II. Newt in, tbe contract for a new reai. ch ine to be built on tbe ail where bin home wa burned ome time ainre. V. L. flark, Murphy Wilson, Will I'.artcc, Jerry t'batham and lon.tieore Ilieeieii ami Drink Wallace were heie (rom Ma-liaon county yesterday. Mr. Mill tie I'reiley and Mi. Heber rKiiuol I'.reiihaiii are here vmtlnK Irieinl and relilive. tbe Koet of .Mm. T. F. Castle. Coulter received 100 pair of Men'a I'.mt tbi week. "VI Our ciiU.mnri are. emiltlc In their aartlon tbttour t a.tfirli Ii twtier than tin oM kind. Trr a boitli, 2.'icenU. No tii ran I'lill f liul our KalladuDtit pUt trri. :'0 ci-nli. Our X Hay oil ii the !fit llulme ut, JO renta ami nr.M,l. a hellle. I mi our urn rurc auil lake a ai In the right itlrei'ttun, IOcviiU Our Hiflarhe rntrr are aaaeolhln lie pallor n( the ram iimmi Hie nmr, 10 cent. Aia l.-n trlt'iio for cli-anln the lielh ami iwri-tc iiln- tin breath IM our Willow Charcoal 111 (villi .fr liuX. Tliclr'u l el i rttcrlptlon tralo Ii wincllnn IU war to Mnra.l. Ilrjraa, lei.i, Vj.l. mlitr r.'th, 1-W. ll It II. par 14 I lit llotra ! Ittatd a rlllalerjr Mtu(. London, Sept. 19. There i an unveri fied rumor from Cnw Town that tb lloer have deliverel another tnetaaajt to the Kritiah hiKh cuiuuiiwioaer, Sir Alfred M ilner, moie conciliatory than that of Monday. The rumor, however, fail to obtain much credence and ia not taken in any way a mitigating the ae rionaueM of a criai. Tba outlander prern area nothing but war ahead and urire the outlandera to leave immediately. The London pre ia now inclined to take tbe view that the recent action on tlie part of the Iloer die not muke war a certainty, though it doe place the Dritiah cabinet in a poaition where it muat take atep ao ai;i;riaive that wnr or utter ignominou ulmiiion will tw tbe only alternative remaining to Th Trauavaal, and is by no inenn o per aiatent in nrfrinK the overnmrnt to move, eicept in the matter of hurrying troop to tba present aceue of action. The Pall Mall On.etta print a die patch from Cape Town which ay: "The general Impression is that tb Iloer will at once take tbe initiative and an attack is eipected at any hour." Troop continue to leave Cap Town for KimWrly and the north, and th firstrUss Tiiiser Terrible, amlinK from rirt"moiitb for Chin, it i reported, has been ordered to ro by tho way of Cane Town instead of by SueA. Noth ing la yet known reiinrdin; the dale of the eipected cabinet council. Ilur Ait Mmliif. ' London. S-pt. ! The p-clal dis pstrhesfroin South Afrir.i contirm thf report teleirniphefl Sunday that tbe Horn nre massinir artillery in Kiitiont eoiiimamliinr Lniifs Nek. Small l-s-t detarhiiieiits iM-cnpy (msitloiis aliovt IlufT.ilo river The metnlN-rs of the Afrikander bund in Cat Town intend to convene tin bund III o.liKresa to t'oiimder the aitua- tion. A Itloemfoiitein paper rejirt the dis missal of severnl r.iiKlishnien from the Illoemfontein police force Is-cause nl llmir refusal to serve on the command. Waul l.irr.s.s I lirulallon. Washinift.in Sept. Ill - ThecomptMli; r of the currency bus received applica tions for an increase of rirculation from four New York banks, amounting tu alsmt $t.0iKl.i)Kl This nctimi on tbe part of tb banks ia n-itat all unusual at this season of the year, and so fur a known at tbe treasury department there is mi concert) I movement on tbe rtart of the banks to increasn tbe circu lation by any large amount aa ba been rumored. lie r'nri.d Names. Washington, Sept. 1!) A dispatch baa i been received at the war department re garding Private Lawrence I) 1 loon of the the Ninth infantry who was the subject of a letter from (iovernor Hush linll to President McKini y protesting against tint sentence of a rourtmitrtial at Manila Oeneral Otis snys the peti tion presented by lliMin had the name of several member of hi company forged to it and it wa for this crlnif Hint be was convicted. Majr liar l.elDg't ( uii..aay. Austin, Sept 19 - It is repotted that Promoter (Jeorge R Living may bavr oma difllculty In securing a mit to di buslnes in Teia for bif."i nOO.OOOsyn dicate to be incorporated in New Jeraey. It i well known that the KtaU oftieinl are tipposed to the plan td incorporation In other slut- to do btisi nets in Teas. The laws of Teiaa per mit of the incorsirntion of snrh com panies a this and Mat" olllcials art incllneil to force all corporation doinji busincs in tbi itate to take nut charter her. Zulruh, Tex., Sept. lti. We will make our ap-arance again an it haa leen Home time ince we had any thing to ay. If news were as plentiful as fi.ktie- wi wouldn't he at any h for none thine to write. Picking cotton and gathering corn i all the go, now a-day with the fjrniers. At the residence of the hride'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pavin, their daughter, Mi- Lula, was married to Mr. ltoliert Seal last WVdnesday night, SeptemU'r C. Kev. Black pastor of the Baptist church of thin place, performed the ceremony. The atlandanU at the wedding were Messrs. Eddie Bur ney and Edwin Vernon, Misses Rosy Taylor and Xina Reddin. After the marriage the large crowd had the pleasure of crjoying a a candy breaking. The hride i one of Madison county' fairest (lower, and the groom ia also well known and highly respected in this county. Their many friends wish them a long an 1 happy life. Mr. Scrnpgin and daughter Miss Alice attended preaching near here last first Hunday. Mr. Jim Powell and Mr. Henry Taylor of near Spring Hill Tieited Mr. I.izxie Akin yesterday. We learn Mr. John Hopkins has retnrned from East Texas and will make his home near thin place. AN Fresi cold ler and Innrh, Woolen Well Hi water alwvon band at V. C. Msrek'i next iloor o Haunders A Johnson'. Kill Buy yonr boy school' snit at tera. Cool- Pon'i pay too much freex yon ca cet them at John R. Mike's to.lay for K'ic a doen, Jim Lawrence, a neyro rharged with burglary, wa convicted and given two vear in th penitentiary yesterday f- terniKin. Show case Coulter. fo- tale. Apply to J. W, DR. PAUL M. RAYSOR, PHYSICIAN AXD SURdEON Bryan, Texas. Offices over James Pnu 8 tore, Rea. denie pbot.e 1.11. t 2 hr ftf-Wi Contiol Exthisivily aaa Clapps Shoes, .Bostonian MI-N5 SHOES. ...Monarch Shirts, ...Cluett Collars, ...Arrow Brand Collars. WEBB BROS. BEOS., Ar tb l.tletln at.) t.l :.r'r(iriiYiar n s av - r W re now receiving daily our Ftl.l. AM' WINTKIt STOCK liiriuding tbe lest l.iae i f 'A It I'Ki'He MAi rnti, HI'C.S I.I-'.MOIIITM nil- DIIAIM'.IIY, wbaeh e w.ld Is- pleased to bav ren rail and eiimine. LEVY BROS. . in VAN. 'I'KXAS. SATISFACTORY LAUNDRY... When ymi want sati.fii( tiry Laun dry fend u a postal or 'phone lis and we'll jet tlie bundle nnd return it when we promise it to you. If it is not hati.-factory don't pay fni it. American Laundry, ilisirs .otitli of Mrlittuo1 lietet. m wino i it MIWIIl ll i or i.o.ial I rum. our .in itaf" c :.rc tii.ikui pikial plurs on Ami li.nc .i in u .iti.l rli o.iiit line id -rlMouldings To Ktdcct iroin. You can H;ivt mojioy by tnk int a'lv:wit;ti of our present price for any work you havo in this line. TYLER HASWELL. Inrlf oii N.mt i PIPE WORK AM) I'Ll MI'.INti Water backs in Stoves Fitting up Reservois Bath Tubs Hose Repairing Etc. i tif m.iT nt i.fiip ftninrrmmri liiii. All Hniif pruiiiUtl) dtiim. M. F. HEENAN. IAA4AA4MMaiiI I Have Just Received a- An elegant line of Nethersole Silver Itrai eh ta, Friendship Hearts miil ISracelct. which 1 am selling very i loao for Kirst-i'liiHs (iimmIs. I have a lare line of LOCK BRACELETS IN SOLID COLD, COLD FILLED anil STERLING SILVER. SOLID GOLD HEARTS, ETC. My line of COLD BROOCH KS aro up-to-date. I call your iitd iition to my line of Alarm Clocks of high jjradea ciiiitiniiiiUH alarm. Also rheaper iradn fresh and new. Walnut 8-day Clock us cheap ns can he Hold. Call for my new ailver Metal Kiionns, ."it) rent per cet ptiarantced to eUal Holid nilver. Ve will engrave free of tdiarj; iroin date nil gondri hoiij'ht of u., hl) mutter na to price and tiantity, we want your trade and will appreciate- name. Cut (ilasy, Silver NovelticH, Watclicji, Kte. at the lowest price, which muni bo Keen to appreciate the low price. ml M. Caldwell, Agt.) t 1