Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 57, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 7, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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Vbl.V. No. 57
BRYAN TEXAS. WJvDXKSDAY MOHN1NG FJCHUUAltY 7.1000.
Price 5 Cents.
0 O G
Is a good month to lest the
tjiialily of our goods. It't
male a specialty of the It si
and at prices that you often
pay for inferior goods. II 'e
hare the largest ami most se
lect slock of fancy groceries
BATAVIA CANNED GOODS
Maple fyrup Jm I'rraeiVM etc . are of Ilia llt that
money can buy. til.ORY FI.l'R coeu u more but ymi
utily f 1.2S per saM-k.
OUR COFFEE DEPARTMENT
in pe il feature of iiur buaine-e. We rot cnir-e now on
an average i f twelve time e-r eek. Our In of HtrII
ROASTF.U CoFr KK i the lt indication of tin satisfac-
tion lliKt our f-.tf. - (fif. wr Itakerv Cake Cr ker
Che straw. Ftc IU.ANKF. A l!R. Fancy C'aioly lol-
mm A ltrnna n.l IlttiD'a llottied l'iiklca Ktc. Hid Fah-
ioind and Self Rising Ruck heat. Century raukeke Hour
and While Wheat Hour. .iinr House Mulaa-ea Mwkfii!
imitili- Crown r nil Cn-aui Cheese Mince Meat Ihone tor
150 for thuMtl.'T.
rrtjr ladrrs in Kcnturky Agrc
on a Hums of Settlement.
MUST BE APPRO VEI).
The agreement 1'rorldri for the With.
rawaJ ef Treopa and for Km
Ub of the fsgUlaiar) la
the (apllol llulldlor.
I r i si.d ' ! li
LnuUvtlle. Feb. If tb agreement
drawn np last Bight at th coafersooe
of representative of tb Republican
and Pemooratir dminiatralioni bald t
tbe Oalt Hon in thla city. I accepted
and carried nut tbe itrifa which haa
rent Kentucky trout end to and for tbe
paat few wuli will b ended Tbe
agreement waa reached ahortly after I
o'clock tbii morning and arrangement
were immediately made to have it drawn
ap and kigned. Tbia waa alow work
however and it wa after t o'clock when
tbe conferee separated. Tbe DetuiH-rats
Yhlrly-rise It.pelsii.aaa oee AaU.
(! IMnntu la Atteadeaea.
London. Ky . Feb 4 -Altogether J7
representatives and t senator have ar-
rived. Senator Hayee la the only Dew
ocrat present and he la of the aati-Uue-bel
A caucna waa to bare been held at 4
o'clock yeeterday aftertjeoo. bat owing
to the fatigue from travel it waa de-
eldsd to postpone the hour until 7
o'clock Member of the hone and n-
ate held separate and secret caueuee at
that Uiar in the circuit court room.
Committee ware appointed to draft rea-
olutiona npon the death of Governor
Ooebel flenatnr Jolly waa nominated
president pro tern of the senate but no
othar action waa taken.
rVnatnr Ilkyaa.antl-Onebel Democrat
did not attend the raucua.
Tbe following reeolutiona of respect
will be iubmitted by both hoaaea at the
opening aeaaion of tbe legtalelure today;
"Wboreaa. Senator Wm. (inebel. an
honored member of tbe aenau of Kan.
tucky. dia.l on tbe third day of Februa-
ry !'i"0 hi drath Uilk canted by
aMaaaiuation tberwfore bo it
"IUtolvtd. by tbetenateof Kentucky
that we deprecate and deplore tbe
eno'n crime wbich cauaed hit death
gained nearly every point tbey cootend j behaving that aaaaaiuation la an utter-
d for and tbe Itepuliliran rapreai-tita- ly indfenaible and cowardly and hei-
fl MAVr. Kiij"nl i -.l ii lid Jrvw liy hu-iiu during the veil
jul p.i-t. 1 1 1 li' li.l.iv ti .nli- l( ili' vi rjil i iti.il! y )"'!. I ' l
thin I th.iti'k in v tiiniiN ami i nMuilirr. iiiiin "tic ;m.l .ill "f tl.r
heattiit .ipjiiti i itiuii. I lid w .ii i .inttil in i-Mit;i'' th.it I .mi
now I'l-tti! ptcjiirr'! lli.m cvi-r to miIv the .nit t the ti.nli-.
YOU Will lill! th It I 1.1M VIW . HI IIUHU v "m :mv .lltllli- "tl W.IM
in niv line ti 1 1 . iif i"-t iii.ilit . N" iii i il t-i m ml .iu iy
fur .iii tiling. Viii i .in ci me n l'rt!c-i U.nvj.iin :inil inolv lihct.il
terms .iKv n - I A lnn nl on i h"!ue ili-.ili t . 1 ih i'f .in .imi-
nation i;t 111 V -1 i k. .1111 "II 1 1 i.l I l Mill Willi i 'tin i - .ni w hi ic in L'f!.-
tral Tr.i YmiiN to pU .i-i .
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A . I.i'l'iuiriotor.
(iotiil tlrays and
nniiit an I cart-
ful work arc tlic claims upon which wc sulicit a.harc
of your liusiucfs in the liituic. Thanking tiioscwho
have favori'il nit' in the past ami hoping to continue
to please them 1 am npct tfully
F. A. LEE.
liven. Lieutenant (iovernor John Mar-
thai) (ienvral Ilaniel Ltndiwy and At
toriiey David Parleih gave ajMurance
that the atrreinent would be accepted
by i)Vennr Taylor.
The BKreemeiit provide tbnt in orli-r
to leava no iiietioii a to the title of
William (ioetwl and .1 ('. V IWkhiiiii
to tbe cfl.i h if .iverimr anil lieutenant
govrni'T repectivey the general
eintily hall pa-.it a revolution in j .iiit
Mainbly valliUting the ai-tit on that
euhjert miHM the l-k-ilature baa Itn
praveuted by trimix I r i in holding It"
retruUr aeaemn Ht i'raiik.'urt. Aa -iii
tbe leinUtille dneo tin lierkhaio
title to I lie i. Hire of guvernor U not lo
be (iintioiie.. 1 ho imix-rata Kfant
imiiiuuity to (Iovernor Taylor n l hi
a.Miat" from proaei-utiun for treaon.
naiirpatioii of oflire' or couteuipt of i
court fur wlmt baa been done aince tbe
hooting of (iuetiel Theae mattera are
t In held in beyauc until ueit Mon-
day Tim Kepuhlican leirilature ia to be
withdrawn from Iindon iiiimcliately
and no lilibutenng or other tt-mpt i f
thia char tir are to I r.aorted to by
the liej iililn iin to otwtnii't tbe carry-
ing nut of tlna agreiii-iit III tbe IrKiala-
tur.v The lemiH-ratiiggeted that in view
of the gri-at rrowda eipei-Ud in Frank-
fort during the (ioatl funeral crremn-
Uiea. thn ol heri ehould be withdrawn.
Ttie liepubhi ana aekd that an adequate
guard I Ii-tt to protei t Governor Tar-
lor and hi aK-iale.
It waa tinally a;reel to leave to (i il
Daniel I.lU'l'i'7 one of the Hepublican
coiifrremi the ile.-loi.in aa to how l.iany
tfiHi elu uld be h'ft to preveut cla'h
aa a remilt. at the Ooeliel funeral th
Kepuhhcauii to twgin at once to the
withdrawal of the troopa from Frank-
fort It waa HKreed that the board of elec-
tion comminniotif ra. aitting aa a conteet
rinard nhuuM lie allowed to meet at
Frankfort without ninh-Mation the
Boua oiteime ngaiuat the lawa of O'el
and man; that in honor of our late col-
league the Miiate will aland ailjournal
until Thuralay. Feb. m. 1Wm) "
Ikr rlr (he llal lUIUlag bal
(ul4 Nat 1raal llualaew.
rraiiktort lab. 6. I be rule tuat no
citu-na ahoiild be alluwnd to iiU-r the
eai'itnl Imililin; which haa prevailel
una the legislature waa compelled to
leave it one week ago waa related Mon-
day afternoon in favor of the atate
board of election comiuiMioneri They
ware liermitted to enter their oflicea in
thecapitol Utt the purpoae of attending
to aoiua routine woik relative lo the
eobleate made by the IViuocietio can-
dnlatea for the Diinor pla. ea on the
atate tn ket at the Taylor (ioebel elect-
ton They were kept waiting for an
hour at the south .te of tbe capitol
grunnde before they ware admitted
Tbe lawyers were ntnpped at the gate.
The joinuuasionera went to
The Grass and
(it muj a spnn-tlm Geatia Annie have growa greea
bloMoned and faded and withered again and acain over
th aravea of the bopea toibitlona and aapt rations of
thoee who thought they rauld rival the old rtlLI pro-
duo dealer and Ontlaal Cutter. Wa bay everything
and our caah paying atethods of baying chlrkens and
enir (In any quantity tbey come from ooop-fulla lo car
load lou if ottr4 that wsy have siada Bryan famous
throughout this section as a produce market.
A f-w who wr hanging on to the edge of th business
world hy th-lr eyebrows bar from time to time tried
to measure merit with ours but tbe people know who
n.tk th- rt" and mho always lesils In buying snd
s-'!l:r iii hu ner-r u-ts orrto kl by one or two
Industrious old hens.
Jno. B. Mike
ami tith guards ware (hot and killed.
liarlan came from Columbua (i and
Kauford from White county Arkansas. .
KIIU4 by wltsh r:a(laa.
Oalveeton. Feb. -R.drt Terkina !
aged 'H. wa rnn over and killed by a
twitch engine of the (i si van ton Hous-
ton and Northern railroad. The da-
oeaael bad twen employed tn the enra-
ft BE GOOD TO YOt 'RSELF and good to g
your rn-nd W h-n you treat a friend JJ
towhiki-y gn him Ihe tet JJ
pany freight yards aa a freight hand
their ofhre nd when tbey were short of bands he
in tbe building and remained only for a acted in the capacity of switchmen.
few minute aa they were unable to at
tend to their work there without the
assistance) of the attorneys. No action
waa taken in any of the contests yes-
terday. fast Morisia liiamleallea.
Frankfurt. Ky Feb ft -A pt mor-
tem aiamination of the body of Gov-
ernor (toehel waa held last night nuder
the direction of lr. K K. Hume. Tbe
physician refused to say what waa
learned from the elimination.
Tbe train (waring the r.-malns of (iov.
Glel left Fraukfott early this morn-
ing for Covington It had ren the origi-
nal intention to leave Frankfort Mon-
day evening but it was founiiieoaaary
owing to the delay caused by the pout
mortem eiamination to alter the plana
Tba4 TbesRtisea .Nanlaaledl.
Washington. Feb. 0 Tbe president
sent to the senate the notuiuatiou of
Thad A. Tbompeon of Austin Teg. to
be u(ier visor of tbe cemaa of the tenth
d.strict of Teiaa.
( lark ('as nsaai4.
Washington. Feb. C The aenate
Investigating committee in the ra of
S-nator Clark reeuinel ita aeesion Mon-
day. Several witneeeea were heard tbe
evidence tending tn llnoearh testiiiuinr
Iiemm-rata agreeing that no uuimry ailered by tbe proaecntiun.
action be taken on these contest and
lalllal MMllag Maid.
Washington. Feb. .V--The newly
that nothing te done without due hear
log of evidence and argument
The Kcjml'hi ana asked that some pro-
vision for a repeal or modification of
the (toelirl i-lei-tiiiii law tie liuludel in
the agreement Tbe llenan rata agreed
that to two li-ading Republicans and
two leading IVmo-rKta shotild ) left
the matter of sug-iiiig changna in the
(lielel law. Mieved to t wise.
Tha accept ain-e of tins au-ieement by
the principals is the only element i f
uncertainty now reiu.umiig in thesitii"
tloli Naturally there is no objection
from the 1 Vomeral and the Httittnh'
of tiovsrnor Taylor will l kntvii
How accurately tln l!piiblic!i con-
feree represent Ooverimr Taylor of
bow necessary the latter rijuiecetii-r
ii necessary to the rarrviug out i f the
plans nt-reed upon can only I hi deter-
mined by the event uf the nejt '.'i
It is probable that the Kepuhlii-an
policy a mnterully influenced by th'
fuiS'iWHig tvli r.mi
"Washington. Feb 4 - Hon. W. S
Taylor The unanimous sentiineiit
here ii that y.ni are wrong in prevent
mg tint le-i-hiture frmu ineeting an I
that 'ti i-h 'iil l eiilunit the ili-;nitc I
questions tn tiie cull loiiit. F h rd
Mi'tatna t aiilint m given you on Toll!
riillllloli so long u the 1 -glnlulure I
in seKxioli or can It coiiveiii-d. Tin re 1
no duiint but that it enn bit coIimmh-iI
The Denim rate intend that if nnyvn. i
lmice in corn ymi -luiil lm the aggreoor I
You will by forcible resistiiin-.t alien. .! '
all who foruierly s) mpathie I with your
Case ;SO KsnmtitllCi- All" Her I
"W. 1. IlUKlK
gDiiei iteputiiican congressional com-
mittee bald Ita iuitial meeting Monday
for the selection of officer. Represen
tative llabcock of WifCotislu waa elected
chairmau for the third tune with Rep-
resentative Sherman of New York aa
vii-e chairman. Representative Over-
street secretin y ami W. R Thompson
The llsgue Treaty Itatlllsd.
Washington Feb. . The senate
Monday in t-ni utive session ratilied The
Hague peace treaty also the eitraJi-
tloli with the Argentine Republic
Womaa f atally Huraait
White wright Tei Feb - Mrs J.
M. i'euuiiigtoii waa fatully burned here
Ths only person present vra a :t year-
old daughter who gave the alarm and
when Ufighltors reached the bouse Mrs.
' I'enuington was in ld and she wa
found to lie burned frmu the chin down j
but still ble to recogiiUH callers. Aa
yet uo one know bow her clothes were
ignited. The attending physician say
ha does not two how she cm recover j
Itavls at th I rout. j
Lorenzo Mar.tie7. Feb. 5. -Webster j
Iavm e i-Bssist.mt secretary uf thn in- '
tenor accompanied by a party of I
fr.t-uds is at the head laager of the '
1U rs at Lit lysmitli an I i cl ey in-I
eiectilig thecaniiaud populous around
th besieged town. Tile I. Tlliail Cousul 1
ai i reiorui iierr liieriuaiin. is accum-
panyiiig Mr. Duvi uii his trip to the
I liovr head laager.
avsa Caaas af Rsaallpaa.
Ureeiiville Tel Feb. 6. Dr. Milner
county hsalth othcer. found aaven caaea
f smallpoi in tha home of a family
named l'noe at Kingston. 10 mile) north
bfi Ol.uincil at All llotirt
Bryan Water Ice Light and
Is the bvenge for your friend and for
you. fv.Id by J. L. Il'sro Rrysn.T.-isa.
TRY TIIK MJW
Fresh Bread Rolls
Cakes and Pies
any art of
K. GRIESSER : ProiriHor
Two iltKirs Ix-low Webb Bron
Caavlvt tlnards Kills. I.
Little I.i k. Feb ri - Two state con-
vict guards. W. F. Harlan an I A J.
IUuford. atteiupted while drunk Sun-
ilay night to terroriito the town of I'ort-
land. They rssiilsd the loc'al oQicer
Alt- the klinl wc cater tn. ()ur is a (
irnccrv Itiisiiu-ss ami
sc lake il Tn oi.mtcil that liimoiv people arc intcrcto! in
us . is well I lime mir intcii sts .it-iimiii;;! -c ri.. t
up t' the hour in all se.isniis an.l keep the hest die tuaikit
altm. Is i M.ip!e ami l'.iiiiv (imceries. When mi want
s.iim t!;n- tn cat soinethnr' v;. o m! - i imini nu! us. Il.VT-
I LI'. AM. I " i 1 1 r is iire tn jiU-.im- ymi in i jii.ilit y.il piiee.
Dee IVlike Jr.
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