Real Estate Agent
OITlce lu Taliaferro builJin oppoaits
t!i Court House, fl'lione 7.
Hare In ollics ths only set of Ab
stract Hooks of lirasa County
Two-story brick build
ing on Main strest. It is
guaranteed to rent for
at least $600.00 per
annum. Price $5250.00.
Ws have Imo workln for two
months dlKKlns up bargains, aid
have turned down everything ;that
la not a barzain. In other words
we positively refuse to llat property
unleaa the owner wishes to sell at Its
value. The land business Is the
aame ai dry sood t groceries; It
does not pay to adertise when the
tirlce ia too hlirh. Hut by cutting
the price and Mao advertising Jwe
expect to be able to brlnir the pur
Phaser and seller together. We
have the followlu special bargains
to olff r to-dar. which can be ueeo ai
our adTantaite by both speculator or
Fle lot and a three room houae
two blocka from I. & O. N. depot at
One 4 room houae and one room
houae with two acrea In city limits
a l.iii no.
'i'.xM feet ly los between the White
f,irniMir for and railroad. A
splendid location for a warehouse
Make me an oiler.
Three houses aud one full lot In
" Hon ton" part of city the cheapest
thlnsr ever offered In Bryan.
rtth&r rlc nronertv cheap. Also
a large llat of farm landi. In fact, if
you want to speculate or Invest in a
home you will lose money by not
OYER MYERS" HARDWARE STORE.
S AL E
The Eagle has on sale the
following Le g ajl Blanks
Chattel Mortuajiea, abort form
Chattel Mortmain, Ioiik
Deed of Truat
Uelcaae Deed of Trust
Boud for Title
Agreement to I, an
Vendor Idea Notes
Hill of Halo Q
Trauafer Vendors Men Note
Other Blanks will be ad
ded at an early date
A Well Known Cure for Piles.
Cutsj oVsilnats sors. chapped hands, so
tsma. akin d:seiei. Makes burns snd s;ldl
rainleis. Wa could not Imrrovs the quality
if paid double ths price. Ths best salvs
tiial eiperlence can produas or that monsj
Cures Piles Permanently
De'Vltt'l Is ths original and only purs snd
fenulns Witch Hazel Salve msds. Look lot
ths r.sme DeWITT on every box. All other!
srs counterfeit, ratrssio sr
X. C DeWITT CO.. CHICAOO.
SOLD BV EM MEL it M ALONE Y
AH Seven Districts of Birmingham
Elect Unionist Candidates.
Htrmliiajham. Kit. J ut- 1 Joseph
Chamberlain l i-t-'t in i.irli.miei.t
by a majority of 5.000. All s-vt-n lls-
Irtrla of HlrmliiKham huve r-luri.e.l
tho t'nlotilt taii'lI'lat-'K.
Oatail of Or. Kluabar't Murdtr Ra
caivod by St. Lauia Frianda.
SI. Jitiln. Jan. M. An armunt of the
niurj-r of I)r. Knill It. Klui-b'T, former
ly a roi.ilnMit (ierman physician of St.
I..iul. by ln.ll m near his boin at
TopiKilianixi, XB x, I rontalni-d In a
letlvr wrUI-n by Pr. Klueber'a non-ln-
lawr to ht. IiuIh fitinl. It tat4 Ihut
oil !-. :J Dr. KlU'b-r aa railed to
tlii bednide of a rick Indian and th
n.il iImv hi. li-nl lolv. horribly inutl
Uld. wa found on a rot In a hut In
an Indian vlll.iiie.
Ir. KlueM-r wan born In ilernmny
and it rra'luiite of tli l'nlverlty of
Heidelhera. He came to St. Loulft abort
ly before ih civil war uml eerved dur
Idf the four )eara it l.mlel ua a aur-
u.oii In tho llllnoU relmnt. Ir
KUi'b-r wunt la Mcxl' o ub.ut twenty
"PRIVATE" ALLEN SATISFIED.
Has Rstired From Political Life and
Reformed and Sanctified.
Mobile. Jan. 1. Former Congress
man John Allen of Tupelo, Mis-... In an
Interview here said:
"I do not want the Job of governor
of Mississippi, and under no consider
ation will 1 he a candidate for that of
fice, and I would not accept it even If
tendered nie without a contest. I am
not a candidate for the United States
aenate either. I huve retired from the
turmoil of Mlltlrul life and am the
moat thoroughly reformed aud sunt li
fted politician that I know."
ASKED WIFE'S ARREST.
W. H. Holmes Believes That His
Spouse Is In Demented State.
Washington. Jan. !. Mra. Kllia
beth M. Holmes of New York la de
tained here on a Megrain signed Wil
liam M. Holmes of 0 Cold street. New
Tcrk. The telegram reads: "Arrest
my wife She Is b-lleved demented."
Whn Mrs. Holmes was taken Into cus
tody, she stated she had some papers
for President Iloosevelt and Secretary
Taft that would reveal startling things
to them. "I have a I tler to the vice
prenld-nt and I am otherwise clothed
with good cieileiitl.iN imd authority
I Intend seeing the pieHdnit as soon
as possible and will then return home
I will b.- Bcrompui.led by soma Influ
ential pi rson. I do not pno-M to !
ejected from the whit- hou-a as was
It la Alleged THat Faulty Bookkeeping
Is the Cause.
St. Iiuls. Jan. 1H According to a
otaterieiit by r'rank P. Hayes of the
firm cf Little Sc Hajc. financial agents
for th T-rinent Shoe rnmpuny, lniUlry
Into the affairs of the Tuinent Sho
loiiipany has revealed dl.-crcpnnrlr of
lir.O.OoO due. It Is alleged, to faul'y
John H Trnnent. preldeiit of the
company, has tnd"red his resignation
to the board of directors, and Ills son.
John II. Temient. Ji . has resigned as
Judge Was Reading His Charge V'ner
the Incident Occurred.
n.dl.iH. an 1 After the vl.b ne
In, I been beard. th- argument con
i hided and lli JiiiIk- w is reading bis
chat ge to th Jury on of the Juroi
wis air. sted by an offii er and place I
under bond II' l .li.itn-d wl'H
th- ft isenr Arlington.
SEELEV AT PORT ARTHUR.
Slie Is One of the Largest D'edgei
port . Mil. nr. T . J in 1 - Se. ley.
nti,. of ti e I ii i st dn '1' In w.ir'il
th- i-iopeity of the :..iih S'iii-'iein
li"dcln comiany. wlihh ln. the con
tr.nt for i.i,tructlng tr.e S.tbll.e I. ike
canal, has ai lived at I'.'it Aitbur and
. ready f.o v. oik Till- mal il! make
Iteniiti.oi,! a 'I' P w r poi t
BLOWN TO PIECES.
Three Men Torn to Atoms by Explos-
ion cf Gunt Powder.
Juk-.cur,- in-. J"' 1H - I hree
.. . ........
i... .,r ei.ni I..K.I I In t' pp tu ne
T e d-ad 'e ... lt.o,d Iter,
III II' o -
(iofflli-n Kie l J i'ii.'oii Hi. . alls.. c.l(
the sxploslon hi " '"-n l lei clued
IKARO riH:8 PETITION.
Prominant Cattlaenao Inttttulaa Ban.
ruptey Proeaadinga. ,
i...... vv..ni. J..H in S. !K.rd
ll'-nrl-tl J. oii of th.- b't Km!i t
. i.,.- m.
- ni-n m in miuiim ". of .-d
court brr. K"
Tho Western fuloti Tel.-icnuatnenM
fimiv hJ rUlillUed dlr ll V ,.
, , . r it
U.ill.m to iiolnte on the Hl"j" t..
thU city and Itrownwixol. hl n iiitu
eut rrlay lniKlneaa h-re for tlien lnt.
(-oinictlon e-ured In our or tne
vnrlfly thratvr i'"f ber and a fine of
150 wmI. Tlia i-a H be appeal
The Traction coin p. 0 liat appll'd
for a nw franchleei pr etenon
thruiiah Hie Third wafd, bt-Klnnlna at
tho Inleiiiectloii of Orunip and Front
Waco Attornaya Ge to State Capital ta
Ropresant the Sharif f.
AuMtn. Jan. II. W. I ltaon and
Minor Jt'Hire, Waco attorney, are here
to represent the aherlff of McLennan
county In the Injunction proceeding
brought by IL N. Alllaon of Waco to
1eat tha new tnlunrtlon law agalnal
gambling before th aupreme court.
Meaara. Kuaun and Moore hud a con
ference with the attorney general a-t.
the matter. Aa a reeult, ARiilatunt At
torney Oriicrul Pollard will ukhIhI In
tha HUhmlmlon of the cuae and urnnUI
tlig of tin law panm-d by the I'f
The San Antonio Loan and Truet
company of San Antonio wa granted
a permit by the atuto lnurun.r ruin-
mlMMioiirr to do a fiduciary busiiirKM in
Texua The capital atock of tha com
pany l II 00.000.
Bryan Says His Philippine Visit Was
Interesting and Instruotiva.
Kandakun. Ilornro. Jan 1 After
leaving the Philippine Island, on his
wnv to India. Hon. V. J. Hryan made
thw following statement to tin Aso
"My Visit to the Philippines lias been
verv Inlersstlns- and Instructive, and
I aiinrerlnte the fartlltl.-s afforded me
by civil and military authorities for a
thorough Investigation of the Ullnlpos
Ths enabled io to collet t much knowrl.
edge, which I hope to ue for the ben
efit of both the American people and
the Filipinos. The promise given by the
rising generation of natives to use th
Kngllsh language surpasses my exiect.
i Hon more than anything else. M
views regarding the Independence of
the Islands have not changed.
WORK OF TRAMPS.
Negroes Ordered From Tender
Fireman With a Rock.
Wuxahaehle. Tes.. Jan. l The fire-
man on the southbound Katy flyer waa
assaulted at Lancaster Wedn-sday
by two n-gro tramps whom he found
riding on the tender. The assault
. orre.1 at a water tank where the
train stopped to tah water. The fire
man ordered the negroes from the tend
er One hurled a rock at him which
struck his had. producing a serious
Intnrv The crew and passengers at
emn'sd in canture the assailants but
Ihev escaped. The Injured fireman was
taken to his home at Denlson
SIX JEWS EXECUTED.
They Were Charged With Engaging In
Warssw. Jan. 11 SI Jews, mem
bers nt local Anarchist committees, who
met-, tried hv courtuuirtl.il and con
iemiied to death, were executed Thurs
day In the courtyard of th citadel
Thev were arrested a fortnight ago
rhars-ed with engaging In revolutionary
propaganda, manufacture of bombs and
Permits Tesas Cattle to Enter Otoe
and Otage Nations Nest Month.
Washington. Jan. M. Secretary Wll
Mli.v 1 last, permitting Texas rattle
In enter the Otoe ami Osage Indian
reservations after but one dipping in
Iteuuiunnt oil under the same condi
tions as last ar. Th- order Is effect
Ive rVb 1 and expires May II.
Death of Dr. Burnett.
si louts Jan. II Dr Murnett.
notd oculist ff thle city, died sudden
ly He waa tha husband of the late
xir. Crumv. I tods-son fturnett. the
authoress who was killed In an auto
mobile accident recently near New York
In a difficulty near Tulsa. I
James Starkey was shot to death
owing to having no coal, people of
Lubbock. Tex . use corn for fuel.
ii nr.mii. whll In the ud of
drlnktr.c water Ml l-al near Tioga
t'harles A Sawyer, a well known In
.11 ,n T. rrltoiv r-sldtl.t. died at Mus
Indian Territory itruud lod;:e Am lent
rir.l. e ..f Pnltc.l Work. lien meets lit
Tul.-a T b. -7.
Near McKlnney. Tex.. Joep'i Pullen,
a niie-ainnd C'onf.-d-rate holdnr. a
fouinl dead In lad
The .nr-oll child of William reel
nf near Mineral. Kkl.i.. died fioni
drlnkli g inttM.llc Id.
An vlghly-fMd v In of halt was struck
near Sour Inke. T x ll Is t" 'b-ep
to be mined profitably.
Wilson Wllllngham. who fouulit In
dians In the early d i. Is b-ad at Sa
l.ido. Tex. aged elghly years
Willie Simpson, u I'hoctaw Indian.
.ii.-.i i.ir Ar.lneire fioin a lilow on
n nPit, will Wlnaus was arrested.
(hnl.aW Kxch.inge snd the llrst
jiatlonal bunks or lingo, i. i .. o...
...n.l,.ie.l Catdtal it.nk Is $50,000
I . , . r hi leleur.l nhe l
Oovemor ran, of Oklahoma hi. con-
1 ............ nt Instisursl ad-
. . . - , I vv
1 Saw .flll . J
".il one f the
. UZ. Klea f C.i w lliiuria and
tub far docs Dxwit.
moving four and one-half knota an
hour. It wiib more than S.OOO mllea
from the I.muI ataton. The officials
say that this breaks all records for a
long dlntan. e wlretena lelegruph In the
nnnlrv the Im-kI previous showing
havng lieen the recept of a nirswige at
rolon. Punatna. from a dHtaiu oi
Former 8enatoe Hill Insists That Mat-
tee Be Looked Into.
A.bany. Jan. 1 At the annual meet
ing of the state liar association here
former ''lilted States Senator UaVld
It. lllll dem.Tniled un Investigation by
the association of the circumstances
connected with the annual retainer of
ll.DDO paid to him :' the laiultable
Life Assiirame socletjr as brought out
In Ihe Investigation by the legislative
life liiHurance luvesllgatlng committee,
of which Senator Armstrong was chair
man. Senator lllll nia.le an exienurn
speech. In which he explained the na
ture of the services which he had
rendered to the biiittahle In return
for his retainer, lie Msserted that the
MplMilntuient hs counsel for the KUlta
ble was welcome, though unsolicited,
snd that he earned every dollar re
ceived. Inning his thirty years of k-
lltiral life. Senator Mill declared, he
had never mixed politics and business,
and left the office of governor poorer
than when he entered It.
Mr. lllll r-tnarked upon the fact that
while Kllhu Hoot, also receiving re
tulners from the Kqultahle, he was
never called to explain, lie pointed out
tbat all but two of the executive In
vestigators. Including their counsel.
were of a imiIIIIciiI f ilth opposed o hll
own. but disclaimed Intention to un
puling polltlcul motives.
NEW TEXAS RAILROAD.
To Run From Houston to Brownsville
and Have Several Branches.
Austin. Jan. H-The Itrow nsvllle.
Hidalgo and Northern Railway com
pany, a Yoakum project, capitalised at
tr.no nilu and havlna lis general offlcea
at Hrow nsvllle. through t'rlah l.ott. Ita
nresldent. had filed lla charter It will
run from Houston to Hrow nsvllle. JOo
miles, iiasslna through the counties of
Cameron. Neiieces. San Patrlco, Refu
gio, llollad. Victoria. Jackson. Ijivsca.
Wharton. Colorado, Austin, Kurt Hend
A branch line Is to le built from a
mint not more thar ten miles from the
southeast corner of laivu a county to
San Antonio, a distance of ninety
miles Another brum ll line Is to be
built from a point near Itrow nsvllle to
Hidalgo, a distance of fifty rtilles; an
other branch line Is to be built from a
point near Itrow nsvllle In an easterly
direction to the northern shore of
Itrazos Island, a dManee of twenty-five
miles, making a total of C.'.ft miles.
Tied By Couple of Men and Letter
Placed In Hand.
I'redetU ksburg. Tex , Jan. 1 Nine
miles from here Mra. Iuls Stahl was
found tied with a Herman letter In a
hand She told the sheriff that two
men. an American and a Herman, came
to her house and commanded her to
take this letter to a certain neighbor
When she refused they knocked her
down and tied her and placed Ihe letter
In her hand.
BODY AT HOME.
Remains of the Late Marihall Field
Reach Wastern Metropolis.
Chicago, Jan. 1H The body of the
late Marshall Fldd arrived at Chicago
rut a siecla train over the uike Shore
and Mlihlgan Southern railway. A
Inrire number of friends of Mr. Field
wer- waiting and a detail of police
were present to keep back the crowds
nf cm tons persons which gathered as
soon us the henrse stopped In front of
the depot. As soon Hi the casket hud
ben nlac.d In the h''nr- It was at
ome dtHin to th- Heal te-ll-nce on
Pi alr !e avenue.
Dates For Gamee and Other Matter
Are Looked After.
Pott Wonh. Jon IS Texas Ilasebnll
league sea' T. IH open April - and
close s...t. :; Labor dav. There will
be li.t ill plonr-li If games Spalding
ball will be Used. Seliedule will not
... f..i in .ily ,idoited until Saturday.
Officially Notified. ,
Parts. Jan 1 S .Nt M.uibourguet.
i-hare dliffall'iH of Venezuela here
received the off I' la announcement of
Ills expulsion from French territory
Action on Many 3ill.
Ws.hlnirton. Jan H In a cession
nf two and a half hours Wednesday
the house took favorable actlvn on IS
X-" Jrf . . ' i-
Better than a Job!
An accident policy in one of J NO. A. MOORE'S
omiianies will pay your SALARY when you are
SICK OR HURT. We guarantee to nive you the
hot HEALTH OR ACCIDENT io!icy written in
Bryan. We have paii our customers in the past
two years over S 1 1 ,0 00 for accidents.
CAN ANYONH IXSH
5M0W A 5IMILAR RLCOUD i
Jno. A. Moore Jr.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
VA UK EH XYE
M0X7 REAL R1E
E . RO H
...INSURE IN THE...
Southwestern Life Insurance Co.
o K ! I A I. LAB, T K X A
WHY? Because) It Is a Texas Cotnpanr, lias atnpla CAPITAL
and Surplus and will KKKI TKXAH MONKY IN TKXA8.
JOE B. REED
will explain tti different plans ainJ rates, and ran alec rlt Ac
cident and Sick Heneflt Insurance In beat of companies and gr
you just what you want, and you will know what you are g-nttlnir.
Kte-ry man and woman under 60 years, In Rood health, should Join
Mauy now are enjoylnic th benefits from Life Insurance that
would not If not for my etTorts. JUK 13. HKML).
JUST PIAKIT'Q NPU PROP
a a I m
RECEIVED GARDEN AND
Bulk and Paptr. Full
2-THROUCH TRAINS DAILY-2
Sir let If Firtt- Cast Up-to-Dat Srric$.
Through Pullman Sleepers
HET W E E N
(ialveston, Houston, Pallu., DeniHon and St. Louih via
. a w . fT t . rr t-
(i. II. it ti. A. Ily. to
Ibmi-on, ami M. K. it
,-eeto.i, Houston anl
A. Rv. to Houston, and
AleO leftwet ii iiounion ana aucuo, nun anu Lianas.
FREE CHAIR CARS.
For full Information adJress one of our ticket agents or
M. L. liOBUINS, O. I. A., Houston, Texas.
With the newest seasonable
Cabrici for Men's Clothing.
The olJ tellable John Witt
.nan tailor shup can always
be depended upon (or quality,
style and fit and promptness.
Give us your orders.
i 8 7 0
D E Propria
m m. w m a M a a a m
quality papri 2 lor Sc
is No Doubt About It.
T II K
& T. C. R. R.
put you there in the shortest time.
Houston, H. V T. C. Ily. to il
T. Ily. to St. Louis. i
Fort Worth, via (I. II. t bp.)
i r f fti ry l t ti ii m9
II. it T. C. Ily. to Ft. Worth.
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