The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 297, Ed. 1 Friday, November 13, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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Vol. I No. 207.
BRYAN TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 13 189C.
Pnco 5 ct;
I will receive in a few
days my stock of new
FRUITS - NUTS
I have on hand now some
that are Fine.
HO US TON I C E AND BR K W IN G C ( )
Celebrated Magnolia lper
MAGNOLIA PALE and XVKIHM BOTTLE BE Kit. I CIS delivered an;
where in (lit City. Largest and ("..Met lleer and lev Vaul !1 Bryn.
1 Hi place fur-
Choice Steaks Roasts
and FRESH MEATS of All Kinds.
SUiket lire K:iti:r.SI.I ei d Thor-
itiy It iy roUcte.1 Ir tn Hie.
FRANKLIN & SON
DETAILS BEING FINED.
The Arbitration of the Vene-
ALL 13 LOVING ALONG NICELY.
Phone No. 204.
MM J ? SEE. Ji
The best in Bryan served
any style at the
FINE3T FRUITS Purest Choicest Can-
ot AU Kinds ana iao dies always on hand
Prompt and Courteous attention.
S. W. HIGGS.
yov pan ;aVg jalf yoar jj0Bey
By having your lYTL uiul "VIN-
TKH CJ-OTl IKS tain.lo l.y
John Mavratil the Tailor
Upstairs over & P. Bank.
lie Finest Bar in Bryan
rh Appointment mt Ihn Four Ja1lrlvl
Mvmbers nf tkn Tribunal Only In II.
W7 nf A lllilag Inn HlgnnturM In
Ihn A rrnrnt-Tirn Instinct l-.p-rt
Wwiin(ito!i Not. II. Bnt one point.
matter of detail and uot of merit re-
mains open between the United State
ami Great llritain in tho settlement of
the Venezuelan question aud cabin
irram pa;nir between London and
Washington RireeTery reason to belier
that thia point which delayed the for-
mal affixing of signature to the ar-
rangement of the settlement will be
determined within a day or two. It
relate to the choloe of four judicial
member of the court of arbitration two
by thin country and two by Great Brit-
ain. Now that the facta of the agreement
are Lnown fuller Information it obtain-
able aa to the form of the compact UV-
en. There are two distiuct papers in
the transaction. The firat and by far
the most important one la in the nature
of a solemn atrroement between the
United State and Great Britain by
which the boundary question will be
ettlcd and form a ronrt of arbitration.
It ia Inc-kin? in technical statistic of a
treaty and the form U a final agreement
duly Mimed by representatives of the
two (:oerntncut on terms by which
they wtil aettlo the differences arising
cut of their dlTcrifcnt views on the dw-
put vd boundary qu' stioii. Then be-
cause the subject of the matter of the
boundary it-elf lie between (ireat Brit-
aw and Veiiciuela the enennd plr vh
made nec-ary. Tni will be in the
form of a treaty the contracting par-
tie being Great Britain and Venexoe-
la. Tliia will explain tome ambiguity
of the question that baa arisen a to tlie
ain-'eineiit and treaty. Literally the
Unit' d States and Great Britain hare
nui.l 'an airre ment by which termt the
arbitration treiity U twein Great Britain
and Ven taela ia fr med. Each intni-
ment will r l;te to the other and be
part in common of an uiiderUiidiiig on
the entire mbject. In thia w ayVene-
ineU retain her attitude aa contract-
injr party to the Dual treaty. But aa
the treaty 1 ha;ed by apreement the
United State ia the inntrnment by
which tho full renlt i avompliiilied
and the United StatiM namea two of the
AN IMPORTANT DECISION.
JadC hltrr lf.rt Ihn WhUh
CntcA(io Not. Vi. Jndite Showaltcr
in the Federal court today rendered
an important decuion in tlie rebate cane
of a whiky company. The Jurist de-
cided that the compact liiTolred in re
bate Toucher waa legal ; that an un-
derstanding doea not preclude a buyer
from purchasing eiaewhere. The term
merely stipulate if the buyer takre
gootU front the American Spirita com.
pany and wUhee to take adTantaga of
rebate he must not deal eUe where. The
decision ia of the tugboat lmportanoe
unce it eonflrma the trade method of
the Sugar Tnut and other corporation
JdovTOOMKRr Nor. 13. The Ala-
bama legialature waa organised with A.
B. Hayre aa president of the aenate and
N. X. Clemrnta tpeaker of the hooae.
The Democrat in the home number 74
and the PopulUt Si. In the aenate
there are 34 Democrat and 9 Popaliata.
The first caucus for the nomination of
a United State aenatcr will be held
tonight. Balloting for a aenator
must begin in open aeaaion on the 14th
Instant The Pupulitta bar not derid-
ed whrth'T they will nominate a candi-
date or not
AeoMentallr Killnd Hi Mntkne.
IJWL. Neb Not. !3 Mm. I'at-
rii k O'Dotii'.cll wi'e of the Burlinpton'
head rndmaster was (hot and instant-
ly kill.Hl by her 15-year-old urn Will
iam. The shooting waa accidental the
boy being eiik' ii;i'd in cleaning a gun at
the time with the mother aa spectator.
The Uiy was almmt crared with grief
and it waa feared fT a time that he
Would lose hi rea on and do himself
hxlily harm. A coroner' jury acquit-
ted him of all blame.
ALLTliK LEA PI Nil BRANDS OF LIQt'Or.S. MOUNT VERNON
iml Ki ni'worth Uyce tlway on l.nml nml tho
COLDICST!!! HKKH IX BUYAN
iilwayt on I'np.
J. J. TEASDALK. : : Proproprioer.
Killed ky n Main
at-THi.tR. O. T. Not. IJ-Arthnr
I'orter of Vul n formerly residing it
Wichit.i Kan. s.ti kicked ill the hea l
by a mul. he was itriving in Lincoln
county aiul in tantly killed.
Injurrd tr n Kp.r.
Lt liNU T. x.. Not. 11 The infant
child of I-evi liuthrio waa badly in-
Juntl in the beml near here by leing
run into by a reaper. Tho child' re-
covery is doubtful.
Want na Trial al Memphis.
Mi-WHH. Not. 13 A. K. Ward
charged with forging paper to the
amennt of t ."0iV-0 i on trial in the
WEDDED AN ENGLISHMAN.
Bliss Howard Marrlra M'alur far roil
Lo.NtK)!! Not. 13. ATi Agnea How-
ard wa married in London today
to Walter Parrott an Lnglishman.
MiH Howard 1 the danghtr of the late
Charles Howard tlif n-1 .) t king
and ia the i-i"1'-- - Or-
leans the ' ..p.endid How.
rd t' .:!) . .y a a gift to the
My ne owner of an elegant mansion
on St. Charles arena in tbi city and
another magnificent residence on the
Mia Howard waa the affianced bride
of Carter Harrison of Chicago at the
time he was assassinated by the band
MIB1 ajraia OVAKD.
of Premier gaitt. The marriage waa to
hare taken place on a date thortly after
tho killing of Mr. Harrison all the prep-
aration haTing been male. Mia How-
ard has been in Europe some little time
and it was expected that she would re-
turn to this city for the celebration of
her marriage with Mr. Parrott. But it
is now ondcr.tood that the ha trans-
fcrred mont of her immense fortune to
her future Kngltsb husband.
The marriage was a quiet affair.
with but few of the Howard family
present. Mr. Parrott and Mia Howard
met in Egypt In which country both
were traridiug. Mr. Parrott is a mem-
ber of the firm of Parrott Bros promi-
nent nieniUrs of the London Eichangc
and hu hiiiin if nm thing of a fortune
but ras no t ile.
Cfcli-f Rarnn Mnkas a Knporl
WamncoTos. Not U. WUliara P.
L'ar.en ehlf of the aecret iorTice trea.
ary depr-rtmnt in hi annual report
ihnw the total cumber of arrxta madu
during the last fiscal year by the agents
nf his diTision and other ijualifled of.
fleer to hare been 7S0. Of thia number
W were for manufacturing passing
etc. counterfeit paper money ; J3 for al-
tering obligation of the United Bute
and for manufacturing passing
ttc counterfeit coin.
Of the whole number of person ar-
rested i;j were oonricted and sentenced
.U pleaded guilty and were sentenced.
The remainder are either awaiting trial
or aentene or not tried. The fine
amount to H5.455. The aentencea ag
gregate 730 year. The amount of al
tered or counterfeit note captured dur-
ing the year was 1751531. and the ooun-
terfeit coin captured wa l 0878. There
were also captured a large quantity of
counterfeit postage stamps steel plates
die fiber paper mould eta.
Chief Hazen express the opinion
that the dittinctiTe papr in use ia an
aid to the criminal rather than a Pro
tection to the public because of the fact
that a not printed epou paper contain-
ing silk thread (aa a number of the
beat counterfeit and all of the raised
note are) i accepted in a majority of
instance without hesitation owing to
th errorneou impress. ion that the paper
Bed by the goTerument 1 manufactur-
ed by a secret process and cannot be
counterfeited. He ha also become eon-
Tinoed that the introduction of silk into
paper tend to lessen its wearing quality
and is therefore responsible to a do free
for it abort life.
Walter fulls Camlng Rosw
Lonpom. Not. 13. Walter M. Castle
ot ?an Francisco will tail for the Unit-
ad rotate cu Monday accompanied by
i Mrs. Caitlo.
t ialm nf i adnmnltf.
LnNlxiN Not. Jl A dispatch from
Johannesburg ay the government of
The TrausTnal republic baa decided to
put in a claim for !.000ooO Indemnity
against the British Chartered South
African company aa on of th result
of the raid of Dr. Jameson and hi fol-
lower into the territory of The Trana-
raol. Tw Bar Arraslnd.
Pnr.RH aw Tex. Not. 13. Two boys.
about 17 year of age. were ariested and
jailor! on complaint f.d It -nvrtie
from Ethel rhir;:-- ' a the
theft of aer - ' ' of aed
ix t tun.
. Stni IN BrtlEF.
J. T. GraTe. dealer in dry good at
Abilene Tex. ha failed.
Jenuison McCiure charged with the
killing of Jo Paul wa acquitted at
Tishomingo 1. T.
The Daridson company at Galveston
Tex. ha failed. It did a wholesale
and retail liquor business.
8. A. Franklin wa bitten by a rattle-
make near Fioresville Tex. He ia in a
The Whsrf company at GalTeaton.
Tn. will bnld a new grain elevator.
W. L. 8eegan a machine agent
while hunting near San Angela Tex.
accidentally (hot himself to death.
Richard Wright and Fon Evan
charged with robbing tho Katy train
near AWarado Tax. were released by
the Federal court at Dallas.
The Antivaccine league I preparing
to resist the ardor of the board ot health
of tt. Louis.
Judge Valiant of 8t Loui decided
that th school board wa a law Onto it-
self and it rule ara not to be ques-
tioned. Mrs. Elir t Montgomery of rWalia
Mo. has heard from her eon who wa
kidnaped by hi father II year ago.
Cora Abliott SO years oi; wa burned
to death at Hamlin Va. Incendiaries
fired her father' house aud she could
The Democrat of Kentucky will con-
test the election of six Republican elec-
tors. Thieves robbed the postofflce at Smith-
ton. Mo. taking sumps cash and some
Two safeblower were captured at
Pt. Jiwph Mo. with burglary tool in
U v. J. D. Melton of Troy Mon. wa
killed by a tear while out hunting.
J. N. Xlor m was frown to death in a
blirxnrd near Topeka Kan.
S.i:nu"l S. Tucker shot and killed Dr.
J une Winti'rmnte and sent a ball into
his mm brain at Taeonu Wash. The
affair is a tnjstery.
Bud Watkina was aoutenced to bang
at Ardmorel. T. on Feb. 19 for murder-
ini.' Wy.itt William.
Gtivcrtior Elect Stephen ot Missouri
who has been conflneU to hi room for
over SO day with illness is getting well.
A bold highwayman wa raptured on
one of the busy street ot Pt. Lcmi. He
wa choking hi victim with one haei
j and going through hi pocket with th
1 Ilev. W. Johnson bishop of th Fort
I Scott (Kan ) district of the Independent
African M ithodist F-F-i'T-ral church
was convictiM or m'c.e ' xuaieit
affidnTit. S ; ... uot been
HARBOR DEFENSE CONVENTION.
Onvnraar Mllrhntl nnds Onl Lnltnr In
the Tartans Cnvsrnor.
TaLLaiuwec. Nor. 13 Governor
Mitchell ha addressed tho following
letter to the governor of the varion
itate. calling the hr.rbor defense con-
vention to meet at Tampat
"In view of the dntignr which threat-
en the defens' lee gnlf and sonthTR
Atlantic eaporU of the United State
v e have deemed it proper to ia jc a cali
1 1 a cooTenUon in the interest of thu
gulf and outh Atlantio harbor and
The object of this eonTention which
will assemble at Tampa Fla . on Jan.
SO 1S97 ia to duces method for the
proper defense of outhem barbori. As
loyal dtiaen of this republic it be-
hooves us to heed th admonition of
wisdom and endeavor to speedily place
our defenseless southern port in a con-
condition to protect u from th possible
peril of foreign invasion.
'In the interest therefore of this
important subject we respectfully re-
quest your excellency to honor thia eon
Tention with your presence and also to
appoint delegate from your common-
wealth to attend the same. Kindly for-
ward th name of urb delegate when
appoiuted by your excellency to IL .1.
Cooper secretary of the board of trade
FAVOR AN INCOME TAX.
KBlfhts nf lAbor Gnnvrai Assnssblv
Adapts Ruck a lUsalaUna.
Rochester Not. 13. The general
assembly of the Knight ot Labor to-
day adopted n resolution declaring
tor the enrctment ot a graduated in-
some tax law. Failing to procure thia
at the hand of the next congress it is
declared th Intention of the knight to
use all their influence to hare the de-
mand for such tax incorporated in th
platform of one of the great political
partiea and if they fail in that there
will in all probabiliiy be an effort made
to sot up a new political party.)
Resolutions bar been referred to the
different committee in favor of the in
itiative and referendum opposing the
issue of national banknote and declar-
ing all money should be tuned exclu
sively by the national government.
The election of cffluTi will probably
not come up until next week The
present General Matcr Wormian
Jame U. Sovereign .aud T. B. MoUuire.
member of the executive board are)
leading candidate for rflice of general
Is the Cheapest. I have a lino of
Staplo Groceries this season that
are the best that money can buy.
Tho best Flour; the best Heal;
the b:st Molases; the choicest
Leaf Lard; tho choicest things in
the entire grocery lino in fact
and in Country Produce
iisli lour Pus!
Nobody ever holds me a light.
Eggs Chickens Butter etc. out
of sight. King Phone 40.
JOHN B. HIKE.
F. at. HAL
PHYSICIANS axd SURGEONS.
Omen at IlAU'e Dri-u tori
Phonttto. 66. Rettdanct Phone Ko. 7.
Dr. Oliver Phone 02.
fcoa'l AHHTKOKO. M.KsflLl
ARMSTRONG it NAGLE
Office in Taliaferro Cuildinr
Opposite Court Home
Money to lend at lw rate of wteret.
Telephone 'o. l it.
Of Every Description
Properly Mixed by Ex-
perienced Artists and
Served in Tasto and
Style Have Made
Famous all . over this
section of tho State.
They have all tho lead-
ing brands of fine
Wines Liquors and
Cigars. Call early and
DUNN & DALY.
Wk take tsrEcub
f-lDE I.N Ol"B FBK-
at EST Wf VSE OXI.T
THE BEST DRl'GS AND
DO Hot Substitute
Bring ui your Pre-
Bcription and thry
will be carefully arid
and you may le sure
of getting just what
the prescription ca!i
M. H. James
TriE Lea din a D&cticm.
M.rrlsm Cananlts Vnlrtdn.
MtxNKArot.i Nov. 11 Captain Al-
bert 8. Merriam a wealthy lumberman
walked into the Commercial club yes-
terday entered a small cardroom aud
hot himself through the head with a
"W ealiber revolver. Death wa install-
laneon. Merriam had been a victim of
nervous dyspejwia and had recently
it ffetvj much w hich probably caused
hw act. IU left no letter aud the deed
k. inn to hava been entirely unpremedi-
tated. fur tWtnds it Kew Tarh.
Kxw York. Not. 11 Comptroller
Fitch by direction of the other mem-
ber of the i nk in ? fund commiosion
iward.il the entire issue of flrt.04rt.530.-
(d of city bonds for which bid W'ere
opened on Monday to Vertmlye & Oa
at KU.T1 or a total premium ot IT.w.-
79. Tknin !( J si 1.4.
Iiinivniip Tex. Not. 11 Iewl and
Hen Hu-lie and Fuik Hall th three
nepnHw who arc charged with being ae
ceory In tho killing of J. T. Scott
manager of Funn' plantation at Duke
1 a tv day ago bare been jailed her.
A! "sr th Vet 7 Utst la
Celts FirBishisf Ctodi
Tb Cermet Si lr of t9-r.
Tktf Is tB f SsUtfurUoa
Strauss Bros. Pants
Mat roe Nsl wU.
atsa y look vtlt.
and prtees rat4 to th dsn st jam
pock St. I (oaranls prft ft
Motto: TtwqH snd B;bl "
L . Bonneville
IT IS PI rOW CLE TO 08TAIS 1
So appropriate or more appreci
ated than a
Likeness of Yourself
For your family and friend.
That i if it i a likened
fleanlly finish land per-
manent. I pvaranlee
tny work to Uao.
rut come at one and avoid the
rush and make certain to liave
yours in time. I make all
fixes of Thoto Cray-
ons Water Col-
Oil ralntlnea ami Jl In la tare.
John A. iIahlgrex
TAYLOR & COX
Have only tho best
brands of Whiskey
and other FINE
ThT stsn keep th
COLDEST GEEfl in Bryan.
Si. 1 1 Mia
riiYSlA.t AXD IfROEOX.
OOc at Juas Prnr stot. Ca'.i sniwer
tfsv or u sht.
?Up!lfor TUulc Tallies
and BARCECL'rS alasyt
ready. LADll.S save
yoursi'lv from cooaing in
rbon 8 Otto Bo chin
a i asauuaa eanouaT t in i msoioin.
Csn en- mm ef R.-ul r;ct T t' -
ta. '! t'msw.1 li.. - urf
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