The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 139, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 12, 1897 Page: 1 of 4
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THE BRYAN DAILY
Vol. II No. 130.
i.ihii ii . . . - - - -
A Few Good Things
flnd Where to Get Them....
Chase & Sanborn's Coffco .
Vloi itid fruit floored GcUtlat .
Btjt Jiitm itid Sre&V&st bacon .
Preserves Jams and Jellies
W lead the. kU. and have
IOIHIIB 10 CIVI ttU "H
(.xxl value for ywir inmwjr
Ul. P. Fankiln & Son
Butchers and Meat Oealers.
Wool and Polls.
llarkots under Academy of Music and in Zen-
natti block. Telephone 30.
ICE CnEAM PARLOR
tela " ohef ICES nl Hll.toin aitn
at Prists at served la Ik. oi.ol perfect
. . 1 raak et.4 cairw tw a i.f
Canditt Fruitt Cigar t Etc.
W mak a Specialty of
Yater Ice Light and Power Co.
Oaf I laM kes been enlarre.l and K.fl tied Timil.e.ii ailh Nra Mm l.lnriy
Mi kata Jonii. J out I it hunt apa u . a. l
Will ttUj U Sippljr Uattr frea thr It Mill April 1st.
. . ..i- Tht quality ot tl.e Water I. - - .-
UKSl'KPASSKI) FOR WASHING AND DKINKIMi ITIM'OSKS
B.4 Ida aarkly ineaheo.tll.le. Oar PlumWii IV.itmttn I. i in I. 'e. V r ar'.l
Bath Tubs Lavatories Wash Sinks Garden
Hose Hoso Reels. Etc.
J a kak4a iir ranfloy prerllc-al W oilman and rat furol.h e.llmat. )eo .1. lrrl.
Fall'liine of KI.KCTKIC I.IUllT FIXTl'KES nml F u rnli i np-i.
j tuluimiom: in.
! M nilnT-Teeiy live vrara tirM-
anr.' Will otale bid. ew ail onfx lo kl In
kr.au. laiaa. R.lrrMMXf funu.hrd. B't"1'
uti a apoeialU.
8upili for Tiinic TurllM
ml BAUCKCIT.S aUnyi
vnatwlvr from i-oontDir in
Otto Doehmo rt'n'" H"
Ounlcn Sootls at
H1GC.S t MA WHINNY'S.
W. II. NAI L I
Att'riiTi ftml Coonnelor t lit
OBf Nl nana KiHary fwWIe
pit i miTH
Ml K JoNKl
Smith & Jones
LAWYKHB ASD I.AXI ACiKST.
offli-a so Vain atnl In Wlllmaa knlUInf
' Mfftary IMklw la amo
we will appreciate youf trade.
"NAME ON EVERY PIECE."
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l.(Avnc)'s Fine UhkoLiU's
C. F. MOORE
T1IK 1 KAMNli 1KH
AND iUMX SMWK.
cov.x ots mors COT-
TON m:i:i m km. and
iui.i.s was an'
nil Ik i It 1 n n(
VKKO iiiul SI010DS
al)i o hanriu
for CIIICKKS IUM.KR
Wllh t Yaa r.irloiirt I ran-
uul W krat on p-lrra.
(li t Our lrirs on
C. F. M00UK.
BRYAN TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORENO MAY 12 1897.
It Takis Full Sway In the I'pjMT
!IolM Of t OIl'Tl'M-t.
NO VOTE YET REACHED.
Tk II bum TitM l Ilia ladlaa Ap.
proprlatlaa 1)111 ul Makee Oeaal
rrogr.M-Hi.UM Ilea Cmm4
IU Weekly Adjaurameala.
Wanhliifton May ll.-lh J!or(fan
Cuban resolution wti Jljcufard at ron-
liliTiibli' ti-ngth In lh anat yeater-
day. For thn firm tlmo ilnre the de-
Lain b'can O'litlmcDt ipratki
Itaclf. Th" itim tr not
of a kind to tlnmlut t)i itul-lfrl-a.
hplng In thn main calm
and di: iiHi-nlonate rvla of the
Itiiatlun lo Culia. Mr. Hale maltitnln-
() that It would 1 the nnit unwlM
thliiR to rmliiirraaa Lti prealdrnt ty
Dip adoption of tba rvaolutlont at a
time when he InviMllga'.Inf the
uhjirt. lie Intimated that the adop-
tion of the reiolutlon would lead to
the althdiawa) if the Hjianlth ni In ta-
li r anj term'nailon of the dlplntnatle
relation. He aald few real Americana
weie living In Cuba. H tiad never
hard of afennlne yankee being among
tlim. Tlify were all SnKul"y or
Ifc'lKudooi or llulza. Turning to bis a-
rmlatrg Mr. Hale aald that no una
ever heurd of a tlurrowa or a KmltU or
a t rye a a victim of one of ih e al-1
li-K'd on'ragea. The aenstor Mild tht
rrjl motive for the Morgan renolutlon
waa fh u In the recent i'ntemont of
M'. Morgan that the 'nre of thla
r e'llutloii would prevent r'pln from
l:u.k!hK a loan and thua prevent her
from pulling the Ini'irrertlon down.
Mr. Calllfr (ltp. N. It ) dUwftited
fiom I Inn alatement. aaylng the quea-
tton of a l n wa hut one ground on
ahlrh the frl.uda of Cub had favored
the re. igtililon of Cuban Mllgertnrjr.
Th.-re were he iM other and higher
Crotind. Mr. M irsan alo dlaentrd.
It'ferrlng to the report that anoth-
er FpanUh loan waa being negotiated.
Mr. Turple ilktii. Ind laid "Spain If
Ii" on I'a hut legs financially. Shall
we fill up her treiJ iry Are tt charg-
ed lih aupxrtlng and niilntalnlng
the Spanish rrrdlt? la It our duly to
tupport the armli t and nnvlea of Spain
on l.in 1 and tea In her vain effort to
TiJ.t t the patrlota of Ct;!i once more
to the ojiprr.slon of the Ppanlah yoke?
I think not. Hut the aenalor from
Mxltie aaya that If we pa the reaulu-
t.nn the Spanl.h mlnlttrr will aak for
h pKH.rt break up d.plomatlc re-
latlona and go tome. I do not attach
niuh Import. nre to th:it roBMNpienre
Mlnl.lera Line heretofore rTelred
thilr rutiRe anj gone awuf without it-
'rojlng tiie poliIIal. g-ojr.iphlral or
phralral eq illihrlum of the American
hemisphere. I do not atUih the fllght-
ent Importane to tht f-(t tb.ii the
i'panirh m'.nlater may be tnatnnted to
k for hla paaporU to ao.petij diplo-
tiiu'li' r. latiut.i and lo go home."
Mr. White of California follow ri In
opposition lo the reanlu'tnn. He ar
gued that the queatton of rerognliing
belllgetenti wat on properly to bo ti-en-laed
by the eiecutWe bmnrh. There
waa not lam fur the resolution unlet
the itate department waa derelict In
Hi duty The rancor tdnurtd tht en-
thu.i.:n If not the d!rit!on of tht
men hn went to fght tht battla of
liberty but It waa a terlout question
whether the Cnlted Statea govtrnruent
should follow and protect lit rltliam
tht world over a hen they went to fo-
ment revolt against countrlea with
whhh wt are at peace.
Mr. Morrrlll wl apeak on the reso-
lution today and there It some pros-
pert that a vote will ba reached on
Mr. Hale't motion to refer the resolu-
tion to the rumrulttet on foreign ro-
tations. A resolution wat agreed to without
opposition pulling Into effect tht re-
arrangement of tht senate committee!
at agreed us on In tht several cau-
A ri'Miluilon wot agreed to request-
ing the secretary of war for Informa-
tion ee to the steps taken to locate a
dorp waler harbor at Port Lot Angeles
or Pan Tidro Cal. In accordant with
the report of a rouiulaalon.
At S 10 the senate held a short tier-
tithe ses.lon and then adjourned.
The houe rejirimed the transartkn
cf public buelnen. which haa been sus-
pended since the Indian appropria
tion bill wat ncrl to rongreea three
ina consideration vl the senate
amendments to the sundry civil ap-
1 Vr. .
der special order provMlug for a re-
hrAiilritlnn kill k - - I . . . .
cea each d.iy until dlspoaei f.
'Jr. Simpson ot Katuaa pursued his
tnctlca of the Isst few week In at-
tempting to harass the msjortty with
points of no quorum but without sue-
tess and the democratic Inch ot har-
mony on the subject of prrty policy
was again In etlder.ee.
On the question of tht adoption of
tha Arrtee Ike rtanwu-ra'a iHrM.4 Il1ta
ar.d hi. folloaer. voting with th. Re -
puhllcur. rnd several of th. Item-
crat. including Mea.rs. Mc Mlll.n
nd Illand with tht Popullttt against
tht ordrr. The rota rrtulted: Ttu
111. nsyi 11
V.'aahlnKtnn May 11 Renalor Man-
tel of Montana. Introduced two amend-
ments to tLfl wool schedule of the tar-
iff bill. Tht amendments were referr-
ed to the flnanct comirlttee. Mr.
Morgan's Cuban resolution was taken
tip as soon aa routine business was out
of the way and Morrill Rep. Vt.).
juke In oppoeltlon. The senator sal.j
tie purpose of all Cuban resolutions.
Including that of Mr. Morgan ass to
Vrect from tht executrve the right ht
alone hitherto had eierclsed ol recog-
titling belligerent rtghta or Independ-
ence of nations. Mr. Morrill declared
congrest had not tuch power and It
eierrlM would be contrary to all pre-
cedent. How IhI.Ih rie.aUat'a ftrttr.
Washington May 11. The boost
continued the legislative day of yes-
terday when It met today and took up
the subject of forest reaerratlon again
fnderwood (Dem. Ala.) spoke briefly
and wat followed by Kills irtep Ore )
both of whom advocated the restora-
tion of reservations made by President
Cleveland to the people.
The house by vote of 104 to J re-
fused to concur In the senat amend-
ment to revoke Clereland order.
RAGING FOREST FIRES.
Ilolag laiawaM Kaaaaaja lo fella
While Earth. Minn . May 11 - Heavy
foreat tret art raging In the pine belt
about II miles from Tagen. A party of
sien waa sent from here to tavt tb
government aawmlll 20 miles east of
here. They have returned and report
that the country It on fire and tr t
the government mtil shingle ar.d plan-
ing mill were completely destroyed by
fire deeplte all efforle to save them.
The men narrowly escaped with th.r
lives. The Are cut them off from th'r
horses and they were compelled to run
about K miles to a lake to save their
Uvea A number of lumber rsmpt also
burned with outfits of logg'ng. etc.
The Indians' sugsr cams. this aide
tre burned. A heavy wind It prevail
ing ana ir rainfall dots not come
toon tht whole country will be on fire.
A SERIOUS BREAK.
lM Ulve Way Mao Mol Baoga
aa I toe ollaallso Aloraalog
New Orleans. May 11 With a
slightly falling river and fine weather
the levee tacltement It greater than at
any previous time. Ilaton Rouge
break at Rurton Lumber MUM natur
ally holds first place. Tht break this
morning wUl make It doubtful If levee
can be built around the danger spots
or whether the whole upper portion of
fonrhertraln Una running from Raton
Rouge 0 av Orlean hat been en
dangered by the back water. The lat
eat news from tht break at Rurton
Itvee received shows a large force of
men at work there and hope It enter
tained the flow of water will be check-
ed befort night
Tht situation In lUjou LaKuurvhe.
where many rlib sugsr plantations art
situated grows. more critical and no
more hosts will be allowed to enter
Colmesnell. Tei. May 11 rite
young men from Cheater were on a
camp hunt Saturday morning when
Will Fortenbtrry of the party started
to remove aomt mud from hit gun
light Iht gun accidentally discharged
shooting hi little finger off some of
the shot striking Tom and Charley
Fortenbtrry respectively In the leg
and fact and almost tht entire load
lodging In John Pitt's back and thigh.
Nona of the wounds are considered
saoaaaae a.ll.f.1 Let
Tort Tawneend Wit May II.- Noth-
ing ha been heard from tht ae11ng
schooner Wllltrd A I n worth. In Seat
tle for Hi wee-ka aad (efta rt enter
talned for her nfety. When '.ant pok
en to ill weeks ago tht A lu. worth had
STI skins tht best catch reported for
tht sea arm at that tlma. Captata E. E.
Crockett of tht hoonet tald he would
be homt hy May 1. Nothing haa been
heard or aeen of the schooner since
She carried all teal hunters all white.
la a Dataller.
Columbn. 0.. May 11. -Th exami-
nation of the books of tht National
bank which it to be contollJateJ June
lb with tht Fourth National bank hat
dlsclated that C. II. Damsel gftitraj
bookkeeper for t National bank Is !
defaulter to an amount ot between
115.000 and 2l.hX.
llallolarm llraj. Crap.
A"hr- r1 try heavy
... ... .
I hall storm passed about one mile
north of her doing a great deal cf
damage to crops. Cotton will have to
be planted ow. One man reported
hit wheat errp entirely rlettroyed. The
path of the heavy halt wa about one-
half lull vlda.
rboro4 Wiik R.llloa.
lockhart T.x.. May 11 At Dal. In
RWdr !i "
I "nnln f h'4 'th kl"n
Cone Lact last Sunday. Justrtt Dan-
nelly remanded them to Jail wltho
I privilege of haJL
RAGE RIOT IN GEORGIA
Fcriouw Trniil.li' Among WbiU? aol
Ulark" at WavcrcM.
SEVERAL SERIOUSLY SHOT.
A Metro Ixaparato A'tanalwl to Hrolo
a Clark a ad Woe ahot aat Killed
o4 tko Megroa tmrmm4 a
II uk la l.yBrk Ulm.
WaycroH. May 11 The actual
broking out of a rae war at LHmar
a little town to the south refuted In
the shedding of much blood yesterday.
C. A. rmoray will known In this
town and vicinity Is In charge of a
commissary at that place and because
he refused to alt ou Wm. Kltumous
a negro politician of some repute who
ran an account there until he bad
served another ruatuincr Bi tortious at
tempted to brain him with a scale
weight hereupon Lfemoray shot and
The body was removed by curupan-
loni of the negro and Demoray con-
tinued hit duties until late In the af-
ternoon when a friendly negro In-
formed him that the blacks of the
neighborhood a ere arming themselves
with rifles and shotguus and saearln
thtt they would strliig him up to the
nenrent tree In revenge for the death
moray at cme locked blniaelf In
the rommiesnry after summoning
sorr.e friend and telephone tht sher-
iff at Valdo: ta for ai-rlrtance.
At about 4 o'clock In the afternoon
the store was att ked by a l ure mob
of negroef whu kc;l thlik volley of
bullets pourlr.g throrrh the thin walls
of the building ur.t l I o'clock. Th.y
wounded Iiemorsy Wm. liorrell Juj.
Rond and two brothers named Wil-
liamson. The sheriff secured a heavy posse
at Naylor and mounting his men on
horses made a dah for Ielmtr. At
his arrival there the negroes retreated
maintaining a persistent fire however
all tht time. The sheriff hat tent for
reinforcements a the negroet art
still formed In a reaolute mob and he
hat arranged his forces to protect
Pemtray and two other rrttUally
wounded through the night. They
will then be carried to Wayrroa. A
number of the negro's were shot but
none were killed to far a tan b
Leaklog rar Ih. frLaaere TkM
roped at 11 ...all
rho.-nlx. A. T.. My 11. Four poset
are now scn'Jng for the three escap-
ed prisoners frr.m the prison at Pre.
cott who Bfrompihd a Jail delivery
Ptmday by s!uitlng two o'.lcert in
Ihclr fisht. Lee torrla tie youne.
a.stsunt district attorney shot by th.'
prisoner died Monday night Hit
death haa greatly InSamiJ the publie
feeling against the prisoners who will
probably be lynched If caught. The
feeling Is Intensified on account of tht
paarage by the legislature of a law
which TlriuoJ'.y acquits all murdereti
where the crime It committed prior tc
the ptssagt ot the law.
Two prltonert now In Jail here who
havt been convicted and sentenced to
death were afterwards granted a new
trial by the supreme court and another
whose trial haa not yet taken place
will be cleared through the operation
of the law. The law waa enacted de-
fining mufder and providing punish
ment and all form of laws are repealed!
without a saving dense excepting the
case then pending. From to to E3
murderer have been committed Id
this county during the laM all or sever)
years without extreme punlehment
FIRE ON THE LEONA.
Ik Vaaael la Ioaata4 la o Ureal Ka
teol-Orllo af Ike Fir. t'.ol.a.
Ntw York May 11. The lona Ii
charred and scorched from forepeak to
foremast but her hull la not Injured.
No raaae for the fire It known. The
ofScer tay It It almost a miracle th
hip w not burutd to the water's;
edge. All that eared her Is the fart
that she Ir n lion xeacl and the
crew were able to confine the fir to'
the forward hold. All the compart-i
metits en the forwird rrt of th!
deck are burned complexly aiy. ths
plWhonse Is a wreck and the foj .
mast la burned nearly In two. Thi
los i at.out f.'.cicvj.
eeeal.k llaok Mat lall4 j
llavana. Msv 11 - The Frsnl.b bank!
ha not isretided. Th report to that
effect grew out of the suspension ot
the Pan!h lark cf the exchange of
pHpir bills 'or al'ver. ahdh step wsi
brought ebput ty ah order of the gov-j
ernftient. Aa a result crowja of penpla
went to the tank )eterdy to pyi
their taxes bellcvltig trrlp teuld not
be rcoelrrd In tht futurt on disHunt
the exchange of pap.-r for ellve'
had been dune away wllh and also ow-
I leg to the runmr that paper money
I m.ouM ) rM
u.. tj bank however continues
creu and Is doing u-ine.s at uauaL
Hevaloilaa la Haataroa Itatad.
TeciiglgivV-a. Honduras. May 11.
Tht revolution Is ended and tht eua-
try 1 peacetuL
II i iiu
At usual JOHN B. MIKE in tl.. w .v
Every purchaser of 25 cents and over will re-
ceive a ticket which will entitle the holder
to one photograph of himself or herself
Free of Charge -mWr.OT
Photo will be taken at the tnt adjoining my Store t THURSDAY
hy the Edi.on Automotl. Photograph CDachine-a picture
every minute no delay.
Ladies and Children Especially invited to call.
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