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Seasonable
specialties
The summer heat natur
ally .uit. elokne..-0rdM.D-t"
u.lng
our Ideal disinfectant
Carbo-Crescl
Sold In any quantity.
Borax
Ammonia
Talcum Powders
Toilet Waters
Violet Bath Ammonia
Wash Rags, Sponges
SOAPS
The Mos ningEagle
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Bttr
BT CAUSE WAI.I.ACH.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Th l J,ho' "J W n,,,,,"u ,h '""""
IntC.nJU.irilortt. 4..UM. cnunlv ."1 rl"
MCM rnpMrtlv-'V ndir..4. .. sclfc
olh4''f": prliril-t
Fof CMiC'-',h
T. S HtMlVN
Of Cjron. Milm County
BLHS MAHDV
Of Cortksni. Nm 'Cwinl
KICHAkt) MAYS
Of 0l". SftrnCnuntr
rot Dlrtft An.ny-J"l tllfkl
J. M. RALSTON (M tlettiofl)
CM Ciktoi. Mtl County
J. S rofo
Ol Brv.n. Bro County
For Plt'rkt CWrk
HORACt I). JONtS
WILL A. MILLICAN
J. L. HATTE
Fof B.rnuilv 'ih DUirkt
J. U FOl NTAIN (
W. C. DAVIS
For Shtrtff
. M. NALL (rt-lcliii
J. J CAHILL
For County Atfcwnty
J. G. MINKtRF
LAMAR RtTHLA
For County Trurr
JNO. M. LAWRINCE (ro rWcttonl
Fof Coun'y CWtk
W . C. BOllTT (rt-lMMil
MS (',. W Mi'MIOIAtL
Fur Cuunty JuJit
A. . HOAkD (r-ltlti
For TColi-c
W. WII'PRLCMT I't -rtrttfm )
A D M ONNK.O
For Tu Av
J. H M f.rLLOl'dH (t rttkm)
MOM" K I. IK it
For C'untv (.ommmiMWf. Ir. Nn. 4
J. S. MMCISti ds-elrciM!
BUSIEST SPOT IN TEXAS.
State Fair Peoplt art Maklof, Prep-
aratioa for a Great Eatertila
ffleat Next Fall.
Dalla.. Tela., June 10. Fair
Ground, car- i the busiest epot
in Tia.. Preparation for the
twenty-fir.t annual entertiiomini
of the Stat Fair, October 13 to
October 2$, are going forward on a
large acale. The foundation of
the new administration building,
which U to be an ornate structure,
ia being laid: Ibe city i putting
down a eii-inch water main all
around the race track; the whole
of what ia known aa "Smoker
tin." ia beinz torn down and re-
built along the fence due aoulh of
th old location of the Row, and
the epace between the new location
and the race track ia being piauea
for display of machinery; eeveral
additional buildings are under con
itruction in the live stock depart
ment: the gin buildingi and the
geological building have been re
moved and the entire front of the
park ii being beautified by eiper
ienced land:ape gardener.
ri.ft.MINU
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
For week ending Juus K 1900.
I.AUIt-i.
Chaterman, Klla Mr.; Hick., KI-
lou Mrs.; Hymaii. Amelia; I.acy,
I.ucinda Mr.; I.obkhalt. Mary Mm;
Warreu. Sallle; Walker, Mam;
WimmUII, Laura Mis.
liKXT.
Auchen T. K ; lirown. C: Hjwh.
(J.: Iliku. Audle,; Dave. ."Nathan;
Ureii. Jack; Harris. Hubert; John
sou. Sam; Moore, Walkei ; Matron.
Keerney; Marton, Autine; Potteo.
J.; K"fl, J. S.; Siltii)n, llonry;
ThMiion, K. K.; Taylor, T. C.;
WIU-.ii. Charley; WlUon. hram.
Ward. Menry; Wella. (. W.;
ley, Hfii; Wood, Ht-nuin.
KOKKION
Of iiikU, Antoniuo; Diuaiio, Krau-
f-co; Caiiil"l, Uiovanla; I)lrfl
i. (liovauia; Viola, Antonio.
Part Ih rIIinir for ad vertiaod let
ter will l-m ay advertised. A
clirnt of one rent I inad on all ad-
rertUfd letter.
J. A. Myer. 1'. M.
Aftnr an all tilsbt MMlon With the
rbftminu . v -.
tori a buaband wended bla way borne,
Aooif Man af Qraal LtjrnlnO and Had -rln them at about S a. m. II
Wendarful Mentory. I found bla wife watting for Dim In the
Teiarkana. Jun 1 Jae 3. Flem-1 Clalng room, the confusion of furniture
Id. fonnerly of 8t Uula and Lelon-, Indicating tbat abe bad brn bavin aa
ton Mo., died at a local aanltariuin unhappy time.
wn. m u , "-1,1, is a d m t me for you to be
1 ninety-two year. He had been . . ' .
aaeu mneiy iwu , coming home," anapped the wife.
I. filing health a-vera wtek . . ,drame,l th. erring huaband.
itM-wiaed waa a native of Kentucky, i
" . - .l,K m rlfh a mi look
ante-bellum aay. na. waa m.u 7 V- 7i
treat larnlng and poaed a remark
able memory. , .
He waa one or tne Mat remaining
ii nt fha famoua rpllslou de
bate betwer-n Aleiander Caropball and
Rlre and Campbell ana rurreii. woicn
i, ni.A nuartv aevrntr veara ago.
, lW I. w - - -
To the Mat he retained all hi mental
facultle unimpaired, lie ieaea m
j.n.hiur Mr. Itcnrr Moore, wife of
ono of the moat prominent cltlxen
of Tvxarkana.
UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE.
Prtaldent of Callffornla Unlvtraity
Aaked to Aid Movement.
Berkely. Cal.. June II. President
-."heeler of the atate unlverlty haa
been asked to lend hi aupport to
the plan for th adoption of a untver
aal language by a delegation from the
acbolara In charge of the propaganda.
The delegation atatea In a letter to
President Wheeler thai in any cae u
doe not especially advocate any one
nmit whether new or old. It Dro
pose simply 10 unne an parnaaua ui
"Neither bava I." aald the huaband.
The real almon pure" la on of those
phrase which every one understand
and not one In a hundred could account
for. Simon rure waa a Pennsylvania
Quaker In Mr. Centllvre'a "A Dold
Stroke For a Wife." produced at Prory
Lano theater. London, In February.
1TU1 One Colonel Felt-well passe
himself off as Simon and win tb heart
of a Itrlatol briresa, Mla Lovely, after
which the real Simon Pure turn np.
T Weatbe-r rroba.
"How aro you coming on with your
new system of weather prediction f
"Well," answered the prophet cheerl
Iv "t can alwava tet tho kind of
weather all right, but I haven't quite
etxreedea in mtiing me uaiea exactly.
Great Ideas.
A great Idea I usually original to
more than one discoverer. Great Ideaa
come when the world needa them.
poses simpiy id uus ci ; iney surrounu iud worm iiuviiuh
the auxiliary in an expression oi oy.u- tn( p,,, for aamlsaion.-A. rneipaj.
Ion to represent them and arrive by I
International agreement of the kind of ' w, ho throun tnnt
XJJ?JI,?Z ThT. nur'J P. on to truth; those are fool, wh.
poae It invite, all earning bodlc. of, bold f..t to error.-It. -ckert
...wlntlna nf bualnes. men or tour-
1st. to express an agreement with the
declaration and elect delegate
MESSENGER CAUGHT.
T. R. BATTE
Attorney at Law.
Estate
For C'Hintv ; .mrr ml rtr. I'rr, in I N'l
J i. Kit Ml:
For Jji . t'" I'ri.r l't N i. 4
l n M..it
W. .IILIt Mill Ml I L. (i '..ii..n)
Fr 0nut-i l'r. N .
C I IIAkl k !t-rl-ll'n)
I if C'iunn t.on-mil..nr I'rnilHl Sn. I
W I.. iAMV
REVIVAL A1 CHRISTIAN CHLRCM.
Rev. J. L. Crane, the pastor, an
nounce, that Rev. A. D. Roger, a
great evangelist of Collin.ville,
Texap, will begin a revival meet
ing at the Cbrirtian church in thin
city neit Sunday at It o'clock.
Rev. Roger, will be aviated in the
meeting by Mr. L. I). Parnell, a
noted gospel singer from Chico,
Texa. The meeting will continue
two or three week.. Kvangelii-t
Roger, is regularly engaged in this
work for the north Texa. ditrii t
and ha. met with pronounced euc
re m for a number of year, tie
recently held a meeting at Ddlla
with fortv-eight atiditiont to the
church, and later another meeting
,at Forney wirti thirty-eight addi
tion. A turdiiil invitation I. ex-
lende.l tu the public t atteiul tlie
meeting ut th Christian church in
t li if city.
JIKYAX.
I FX AS. JCNK 2.1. I'JiO
The Calvexton-DdlU New ha
issue I it firt c .tt.tu flop report
for the vear, which ehoA an in-
creae of ' per cent in ihe Texa
acreage, l.'l.l! p r cent in the Indian
t nn. hi., I !'.. ner cent in
Oklahoma.
A mil for a meeting t organize
the Bell force at Nvai tn. igned
by hevera! !. :clii citi.-n, ial'"
that rep.irtt I'mm liriine county
are very riicjurnning, and that at
Xava-oU he i running about ten
to one ahead of all other candi
date. The reactionary cli.jueof Ruri
entered a protet ugaint the pre,
enc? of W.J- i'.v lU" toun
.n.l leired the czr to give
tl. . ebrkan "twtnty-lhree"
orders. Acting upon the enible
dvic f hi. minuter, tne czr ue
clined to moleet the next prei
dent of the Unittnl State..
Tl, race for governor etarted
-ilb Hell and Campliell leading
er named and every day
" .vlivht anace between
-ther candidate,
tell continue.
Btioe man,
.mi.takablj
BELL SWEEPING STATE.
Two gentlemen were dicu-fing
the pr.ifj.ect of the candidate. f.r
governor. One of them aid: "In
north Texa Bell i the only one
of the candidate who i erioii-ly
,li-cu'-(l fr a my observation
li iMi.o " The other caid. "Well.
tliere U n nractit hI certaitity tlmt
Rell will hWeep u!l onthf-t Tex-
n clean fr..m the niouiitaiiH t tlie
c.;i't." Thunder;" eail the 1 1 r -1
peik r, "if the country hwn thi
wavi f'.r the other cm. lid iten
tnilit a well withdraw nnd move
to make IVll' nomination unani
iii .un-." San Antonio hxpre.
Youth Who I. Charged With Taking
Larr, Sum Captured. I
Fort Worth. June IS. Whet-lock
lUrvey, nineteen years old. messenger
of the First National bank of N Dnol
York, charged with taken $230,000 com- HCCll
rnerclal paper and caih of the bank ,
and leaving the. city, was located Sun-, FOR SALU
day at Sprlngtown. thirty miles west .... ,
of here. With him were two boy com- j tH.e in.Ie eat o Krya.. on public
nanions. They had a complete camp- I roml Mi acres of laud with a koo,
K outfit. Young Harvey U willing I family re..leo- -.1 U room, tloo.l
na uu" " . l,rik piatrn Mi r acrea In cult-
to return borne, u m ciaimeu no item , - - .- --- ,
cash, and Ut.le of the ,,per u , ' ,
necot uhle. II la uer a lener oi mo . e - - -
nesoiiaiiie. i.i ...... ,. f,,r 14 1 f fnrill all. I t.oultrV but-
Chase National tanK. i.n aieu in urooa.- ; - - -
- I I Ill's-). ll -'
"U" i IlKVIllvMit.
FIRST DECREE MURDER. Two ttioiian.l acre In Mrans
bottom In Murlesou euiiiity; 17
Woman Confesses SUckpol Did Deed acre in bottom and lioO acre In
and 8h. Was Accessory. pralrl. lUneli hon.e lota, and
. tin I naurea. The tlneat ainall
lj)t Angeles, June lS.-Charge. r(Ulcll , TexM fheap ml on good
murder In the nrst degree nave ucen term
filed agalnt Mr. Arlllo Schreck and
Erorit O. Stackpole, who are held on!
th- -harc of klllins Jo'l Schreck I
June 14. The police slate Mr.. Schreck
confessed tbat Starkpol committed
tno crime and she was accessory.
ORGANIZED MASSACRE. I
Outbreak at Bialystok So Declared by
Prominent Jew.
Indon. June 1. Five Jewish
member nf the Russian parliament,
according to a dispatch to the Tele
graph, say the otitlhreak at Illalystok
was the beginning or a dioou massacre
of the Jews.
Fatal Billard Dispute.
Ilessemer, Ala.. June 1 In a d!-
pnte over a billard game M. It. Chand
ler shot and kllle.l A. II. H.indey. Dotn
were prominent men.
After Many Year.
Duncan, I. T.. June is For the first
time In fifty five year J. (i Payne of
thU place nd Dr. J I.. Payne of Iti 1
phos. Kan., Jirother. met here.
Alblelle Aanra'il.
Lverytlilrik' In nature Indulge. In
amusement. The llKbtnlng iiay- m
wind wblstb-. The thunder roll. The
snow llle. The waves leap. The
Held smile; even the bud hhoot nnd
the river run.
la Aallelpalloa.
Howell Itowell 1 always lMrrowlng
trouble. Powell-Yes; he's the kind of
follow who. If be thought he wa golnsr
to get fat. would ko out and walk off
Uu wolsht U-fore Ik' got It.
FOR SALE
The Eagle has on sale the
following Le g a 1 Blanks
Promissory Note
Chattel Mortitatfe. short form
Chattel Mortgage. Ion
Deed of Trusr
(e)eae Deed f.f Tril.t
It.. ml f-.r Title
( 'r'i Mrtiaif.
Itellt Notes
Agrneliient to I.ee
Vendor Lien Note
Hill of ,sl
Transfer Vendor'. I. n-n Nte
Oil I,e.
Single Arknowledement
Joint Acknowledgement
Other Blanks will be ad
ded at an early date
The EAGLE
lie nel Wile
THE CAMPBELLS AkE COMING."
Hon. Tom CampLell .f Pale-tine,
candidate- for governor, will epenk
at the courtiioue in the city cf
Hryan on Friday, July V), at :i
o'cl.Kk p. m. Kverybdy invite,!
to be pre.-ent. d !''.)
Ai.rrt.w.nt Committee.
NCW ORLEANS 10
SAIN FRANCISCO
LADIES. NOTIOL
We w ill close our trlnuniii room
Saturday evening, Jue 2!. t p. in.
All order received prior to that
date will havo our bet attention.
We havu a limited number of pret
ty trimmed hata to cloe out t ex
t tonally low cut prlct thi. week.
18s WH.on A Edf.
I
I
OVtfR TMI: kOAU OF A THOUSAND
VOM)liKS IN CALIFORNIA
HNKM Ktil'lI'MKNT. M. BI RNIN !.)( OMOTI VKS
Mhk- ciinectloti at New Orleans with Southern Pacific
Steam. hip I.lii" r New York and Havana. Al.orall
coniiectn.il to Memphis. Atlanta. Itlrmlmrham. Chafta-noo.-a.
Cincinnati. Chicago, and ii j.olnt North A Kast.
No dust. No cmders. The clean, convenient and Comfortable Route
Procure Pamphlet. Publication and pointer from
ny Sunset Agent, or write to
JOS. MLLLEN, tln. I'a... Agt., T. N. O. R. K.
HOUSTON, TEXAS
THE
EDISON
ID .ill
FULL LINE .OFOPHONOGRAPHS ON HAND
$10. $20 and $30
ltHCord. each Xtc. We keep constantly on hand full line Cut Ola
China, Sterling Silver, and Silver Plate best quality.
JNO. M. CALDWELL Jeweler
JNO. A. MOORE
fag3Eg
BULLETIN NO. II
tfan Francisco agents report that they are
again located ami the demand for HEATH it
MILLKiAN PAINTS is enormous. Six cars
already on way and by time City h rebuilt more
Heath tfc Milligan Paint will have been used
than all other paints put together.
-SOLD KXCI.fSlVKLV HY
GARTH, HOWELL & WEBB
I
(CT jevns
MACHINE cS: REPAIR
WORKS
I'oKlT I. A I ' It A 1 II Tfll. roK KI.AIV JNk., ll.. I. A V AToKI K
idmi'I.ctk, r.AKKi v iio:. it : kkii.h, Kin inv imiikk.
Plumbing
of all (li.-ri;ti"ti. promptly done. Send us your Hose and I. awn
Mower f..r repairs.
ft MPS, PCM PS. P CM PS-SAY 'PI MP '
WK KNOW WHAT THAT M KAN'S
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