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ran VOL. 7; NO. 220. BRYAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORN I NO, AUGUST 19, 1902. PRICE 5 CENTS 1 W We & B & We Q Wi & 0 0 PENICK and ford old FASHIOHOPEHKETTLE FilOLASSES l sold by tli lending grocer v ry wlnre, ifiv'tt universal mi i-f'H-f ion, aixl is I !i l" -t niMa" put up in an. In I imIIoii ami 1 -f " nt tV nii'l respectively; if ym Wllllt (l liciM,y.llll lhlll uImiVh tile vi rat' uinl better tlHii 1 1 1 ln t. try a can of P. A F. llrnk f.Kt Sni in Kallnii. ni-liiilf nallou tl quart cans ninl glas bottle; eoiitinuoua receipts of California Pear. Plum. rapes, to. We We W m w 0 HOWELL BROTHERS Grocers and Coffee Roasters. We W 0 000-000S:8&S008000 IT IS MY AIU TO PLEASE MY PATRONS and 'die public wi:h i;ol.. t BHD Prompt and Courteous Attention and leavnuHc prLe. I have no fear of success if you will fcive me a trial. a a 0 Telephone your next order to 5. li. AIXPMIN Telephone Number 106. r - 1 s-fw 1 1 " . 1 1 V 7. .. , C 1 Free Delivery! and Cash... i are two heads under which I the Citv Mai ket does iMiik's. We sell the Iv-t n-f liberated j meats in Hr an and deliver ; them at your vi r lor CASH : ONLY at any hui:r from day 1 i U I it to 7 p. m., except trnm i 12 to 1 p. 111; ciders lilled 1 promptly. 1 eleplnaie N. j(0 ! INO. W. HICKS. Prvp tieb r. IV (jalvrston .S.ini-WVckly Xfws, and THK 1WYAX WKKLY EAULE for 0110 11 o a r for & 75 Piyblata adTinea. Subscribe l once, while yoo bits Ui. opportunity to gel ths two ptpers for but Utile mora thsn tba price of on of ihem. tnd but i rrll proportion of thlr ,laU)ro. : : : ! : KEND OK MAIL YOtR ORDERtJ TO it tt 5 s f .-If PRTAV, TEXAS I Tlie Bryan Eagle HAVE A NEW WITNESS .WILL ATTACK MOUOS The Bartholin ami Miuht'I Murder; Situation in Min-iinao U Cesardtd Iking Solved Ly l'wlicc. ai Critical. TESTIMONY OF ALLEN M ITER OPPOSITION. He KiHals Mtit tin AllffrJ (ounet pian TolJ lliiu nJ the Ofil-rrt ire u( ttie Ot:uiun (be M it-Bf-i It ValuubU Oiif. CMfaco. Au the I!arthu;.l-Vi Tte Natlin Hare l'e fur Ararri cio and f?fr Fall U Take Ad vaati; of an Opnleif. tholfra la the Man!.. HrvM";.nn-nts la ! Minllv A-ir !S.-TIi Miro iiois- l lit I'il HUil 1 .11..' ' I ... ,ry tnve M tb ,,:.- t b,lU-ve tbey ; It t-.-vH taat An:f rl-aa tro-pa w,il Ib.t !.a, U-.n ...ilir.K th-iu for 0fr r,t n.ra,rM. . - U' I'll r.'l .( a i-k thaa ivr I -r. .,t r.inv r T .Tit iirrtr:;.'..! an OTjf- William J iUr.h.hn. h.. ii held j I-" ' T.,lty-S.-u,n U at Camp Mo kn.!.-lK b baa 'f vi'Kin. ii:n.uno. A-m. ... ...f .r Int re ' ' ' " ' - la fur t!i " tli( rnn;'-. .n taki'n O.iiDir.ry and h ! I fr tt n l t) bii.l.i of r,i"i. 1 harp'. I .th tvln a rr-Mirjr a?0-r ti- fact In t'- :minlT of Mitnilf Mitili'll Mr. Adbo Larttiulla. Con riM'l mart a lmiu ho mt lUrtho II n af' r tli" m ir I-rs an. thjt lUrtho tin mm hf a iu iro'j'jle owr Min nl." M.f!..!!. The most 1! .rnsjlr.n t'-lnmny as to Cn'iR" Iniaa'a ; s !.!. cn.l'y knowl-:;.- of tht? in !'-r f th tvk- f ai"n came from a ni itni-si, ii'ii tb j)o;:,p f.njnl V. M. Ali.'D. a Wlow o:kman of t'onn.s'lman. Al!'n l'l Coiinm Inian ha I told him rrpi-t;J!y h kv.fw a creat tl :a 1 about th trouble Lartholin was In. Whi-n AHi-n uks--H-fi tu Cuuni'lman 1 1 tdl the pjlii- bat he knew, th latfr n.ild h would no a in b tblrs. tbat Ilar'.bolin ai his friend and h was too fbrwd for t!ii jiolii . Aln al I tbat Conns" I nisn trn j r s.' -d tbi opinion that Ilartholin had i-jsi!y had t.o to rii h th -aboa; d. Thi iMi,trori itniii't over th body rf Minn'.- M!" lii'll Iih ln-i-n resumed. It Is protutd a verdit t will be returned In a day or v i L L PAPER! I. A. Trai. at the Whit Mitci.t !! o'..l pl.icc. will m!1 veil t-nouyh wall paper, including liorilcr, f "T ys per roo.n ami up; or wi'.I !un wail p.ipi-r liout.t of liiin from i cent to ten iei.t per roll. All work guaranteed. J. A. TRAY I S. ! WRECK ON ROCK ISLAND- A H'hut Kiirh.. i ha til I'm Limited mmA l f R. pr. 4 Mnrl. Mnatinw. I.v. Auk IS TIi El Tao llmiteij on tin- Rik k l-lar.d road was r !'! by a wahout parly th; wrei ki'd by a wasboiit parly ypfrr lay tnornlr'n and flu com h"S and enulr.p wrc thrown into tin ditrh a mile wt rf 1.1-ttn. Tin train carried a heavy .a..-'.ii;' r ht. and there were Many narrow -afe! from death. Many are report, d Injiir-d. n)ine. It III thought, fatally. The wa-hont was raused by a rloiid hurnt n rompnnled by a terrlnV pier trie "tortn Two lioiiMe n adj.irent rnuntry are r'poit.-l Imnif.l by lUhtnlnc and It I dared other damage was (lone. oti AoMir.in I" '. tr thry way Tl.ey were from Uarotod whbh hsi a Btrons; fott and other d--?em'es. Il'.t tr opjo;t:on to the Ani'ricans flM at lia obil and Captain John J. I'erh lr?, of the Fifteenth rava!ry command In? tho Anierban forees at Ike NaT has r -onisini ! i the reduction of the forti. !irral Chaffee, who left Man!1 An? 12 on a final tour of the South-1 p'n !.:and!i. ra. tied .ampanzao Friday. At a ronfen-nre with the local commander General Chaffee arcued that unless the American forres n.cvd deri-ively airalnst the hostile they would lose the support of the f-lendly Moros. ritiplna ( rrw MnllnUil. Mmila. A'ts. Tc.-Th- native erew of the In'erm-ular fcteauier llermanos mn'ir.ipd at Port Vlrar last Thursday. Tby Diii-'Ted th -hlf pnlneer of the i ssi 1 and w-ounied the captain, the mate, the iicon I offer and one of th pasi-ersTs. all of whom were Span lar . Mi miiers of the native consta bulary wer.t to the rescue of the ship's Wii.ers They f.rn Into the crew and fcU'.'d three of them. Twenty-five of the i rew surrenierel and five Jutr.p"d over?Kard and are believed to have drowned. DurlLs the Oijhtlaic on the Hermanos the steamer ran aground, but wai snb"eq.etit!y floated again. Sinlr.ni ;. Tiflppn Yr. Detroit. Mi,h.. A lie. 1 . Judge Mur phy In the rri cider court here etl teincd Frank C Andrews, who was found guilty on Saturday of misapply rhtr In fhlllppliiM. Manila. An. H. Cholera report rhow few case of the disease here, but a large number In some provinces. The total number of raseg reported to date Is 25 636. with 17 deaths. Estimat ing the rae which have not been re por'ed to the authorities, the total number Is believed tJ have reached 30,-OOu. ltiir, and mlcsppropriat mir funds of th w re. Ki d City Savins Hank to 15 yean, ro1 j.n,.v, . h. , tralnln? would Im- M'aal Prim Kent I swrki. Manila. Aur H. Father McKinnon who first came to the Philippine as chaplain of th" First California refi! tnent and who Is now pastor of the Catholic church In Ermita, Manila, fiu-cests when the Philippines hler ar hy N lectiRnize I that 4i") of the yo ;ni;er native priests be sent to the United States for a year's tralnlnr In Catholic seminaries. Father McKin at bard lalr in J.n k-on prl-oti. 11 bad previously ru-ed to grant An drews" t,a!l pemlitiR a erttlemeiit of the bill if en.-pili'tn tbat his attornc) will f.ie. W HI of naior .lame MrMillaa. I.tio!t. Ml h.. An-'. IS The will of the late s im tor .I.viicm M.-Mllliin d!s-pn.-iiu 'f "ii estate variously ei;matetl at from i .umi to $10 '.idO ha b".en tiled tor probate bcr. It contained a number of public nnd charitable t.e ijuext.s and his employes are generously reineinti. ri d. The pr.nclpal patt of tl. estate Is lift, hnwcir, to the M-natul s wife and i hildn n. OPENING ATTRACTION Grand Opera Mouse; Eriiement for one week tf the illarie Fountain Theatre Co, COMING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. SPLENDID SPECIALTIES POPULAR Prices out of Clay county. ....ffcjptl ladlaa Klll4 la right. Anadarko. Okla . Auu IS. In the fl eht among Kiowa Indians npar here Frank Basin, a sub-chief, has leen killed by a faction led by his mother-In-law. William Mmmil m4. Atlanta. Aug. 18 William A. Hemp bill, former mayor of Atlanta, one vi tba founders of the Atlanta constitu tion, died sudJenly SucJay night Nareaa.kf old Aalartla rip-adlttM. Rome, Aug. IS. Huenoa Ayros eor reipondent of the Secolo cable tbat further news has been received there of Nordenskjold antarctic expedition. Hlej vessel la Imprisoned in the Ice and preparations have be-rj commenced to , proceed In dog sledges, tlealtb of the , member of the party excellent. laOparatloa, mm ' " ..anil QUAKKIl VAPOR BATH Cabinets for dale and in use by the Exchange Slin Parlor PRICE complete N 0 Prafeaaar Kehaack Dead. Vienna. Aug. IS. Prof. Leopold Schenck. the author of "Determination of Sex," diea at Scbwanberg. Syria. iki.ua H. B. DORSEY' a Pfoppietor Firt clan ltil srul Cold. Shower aa Vapor BATHS m'Kb0P ur Eivcry ifced and Sal part to them the spirit of American nrlesthoiiil an I a henefli-lal knowle.tr. of Americans and their language. Hl proposes to ask American bishop to artist th:s project financially. Th. N.w Tariff of China Washington. A'U. IS. The new tariff whn h w.-.s .;gr.., by T. IJ.'Sbar niiH, I'tiiicd Siat.'s commissioner fot the tart fT revision In China, and by the repr setiM'lves of six other nations ibange tin presi nt ndvalorem tariff ol China to Kpei :tic rate.i. This Is in ai -cord.ini e with the profoi ol. The upeidtb rate HCIeed upon Is based upon the aviT.ig'' valii" of piod'iits tmportid Into China durnu Hie past ZO year. XVrll Knuwn TrlMl O.a.l. Monterey. M.-x.. Aug. 1. Father John Troncy. pastor of San Jo ehun h and chaplain of II. e St. Vlinetit ile Paul hospital, died of Influenza Sun day. The dea l priest had been known by almost ns manv Amerb nn, French. German and Engii h as by Mexhans. Father Trotny was born in Lyons. France, about f.S years ago He was eont to the I'nlted States as a mission-1 ary from France, and for many years was stationed In Sun Antonio and other Texas towns. Seventeen years ago he tame to Mexico and most of tre time since then he lias been the pas tor of the church at li istamante lie was given the pastorate of the Mon terey ihurch slxuit a jear ao. Stable ( liol.ra llagin In Xlaaeharla St. peierslmrg An ; IS. Cholera ron tlnues to Hpr- ml in M i n . hurts a:id l'i.!aed '.'..-.s ar- iepoite.1 in Siberia , outside of P.'.igovi 0 Iieiv k. where it lias n Hi in lndd. I'p to last reports there t had been :'T t ns.-s and 173 deaths in) Itlagovetctieuck. 415 cases and deaths at port Arthur and 33 cases and 20 deaths at Pain v. tlopp O.n.iall .ne to Ilrau.U. Iondon. Aug. IS. fleneral Ilotha. D Wet and Delarey have started for IJrussi Is. Cnctaln O'lVmnell. who aerved on DeWet staff throughout the war. will tait Immediately for America to pre-1 tare the way for the visitor. He says, that 8lietber about 500 Americans' and M I'iMimrn were with tbe Doer force a. flavara atnrm la (..nrg-la, Savannah. Ca.. Aug l. A severe electrical storm with lush wind pass ed over southern Georgia, Saturday nlcht At StlllfM'ee fe ronndhoi!e of th" Air Line railroad was bloun down and one iimn was killed. At !irtov th" !a;itl-t ihurih and the Hindemy buildirg were striu k by lightning and i. arrow ly t s. aped do striiction. , At Swain-boro a building was stfuik by lightning ar.d burned In ail the mm t ion the opening cotton was whipped from th" bolls and ruin ed The loss from this cource was eonslderable. it iho bt In rSryin fntrtiij- lo cated sr.d rea.ly for cii tt all HOC BS DAY OR NIGHT Undcrtahing and ntbalmlns Is t tree's! fMtnr of our bnalneaa. XY bsv suparler ialpneat and a rompleta stock of Cctt'.r.i, CkU and Cnderuk-rs lupplii t! prices to suit all phone 12. IHabcrs 55ros CtUJ. tier frlra far Ktaera. Henrietta. Tex.. Aug. IS U. Carrow t Co. sold t",)f head of .1 and 4 year old steem to Klser & Sutherland of Marlln; price 111 per bead. They will be ehlppeil to Marlln. where they will .r fed. This ( said to be the highest price ever paid for feeder In this see Hon of the country. !: was the best A big grocery bill is not n t ! asant tiling to eoiitc::. plate, specially when there in nothltii; but the bill ! ft. A trial will eon vmce you that W can belp you reduce your 1 i v i t ic ex-pi-nsi . iul at the same, time ..H ,,u as jto.nl irr.H-i-rtt-a a yon pet at the expen sive ton . Stop the leak in your pur by buying YOt'H NEXT ORDKU from D. MIKE, Jr. Telephone number 55.