Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 71, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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IF SO. YOU ARH
suablWM AtalaasHsve Measv
r. lb Maasav.
WHAT WE HAVE
Try Our Ferndale Canned and Bottled
Goods as Follows:
MtpU Syrup lo iiiarte half gllont end gallons-Baking Powders In tit
and twelve oiinLsacaoa-Ued Pitted Cherries. Wtiile Heath end Yellow
Crawford Peeche lor piee-Hliced Peache for cream Bar tlelt Ti era-
Pineapple Grated and Sllced-F.erly Juoa Pees two alaes-Baked lteane
Corn and Tomatoes French Peat and Muehroome Plum Pudding
Asparagus Tips-Ptrmgleae Ueane-Salad Dreesing-Saloion in tall and
flat rant-Deviled Crabs Chicken Turkey Wild Duck Lobster-All
kioda of preserved Fruila and Berries In aaeorted Ues Dill Pickles
Mangoes Sweet and Boor Picklre Pepper Ha-b Ktc. Fresh Bread re-
ceived daily and alao shipments of til kinds of teaooalile Fruits. Yourt
JOHN CHANCY KERNOLE
Mr. Joe R. Rrl grand lecorder for TARIFF pgR PUERTO RICO.
the A.O U. W. grand lodge and hie
assistant Mr. B. tl. Cole are very
htiav (al now jieoarino? the anoual
eiatislieal report of the order and tlao Washington' Feb. XI - For the fir.1
th. report I.. U made to .tie comma- " upon Purto
..oner olii..uraurebielory and alalia- t.r.ff Wll the voice of Reput-
ticaatAnetin. They are working night bran waa rai age.n.t the ML Mr.
and day on tbi-e elelorale reports Dmrnwll of Ohio opposed it on the
which will not 1 completed for ' '"nd of pol.ry and not of constitu-
... l- i- L.v. .... LI- of 'ofllf Hi' hostility however.
ti.emoi.ntol work connoted within. -" t be .n.Mn.-ed hi. in-
. un'ion or voting lor 11 n id. lumumn
and recorder office uu-
failed tuber speakers w.re Mr. Kay
The e-rviresst the Cbriaiiani hnnh jsvik JMr lne-of Kiuu.
gioatin inteiest and attendence evrry of b )jn aoJ Mf Uliry Xexaa. ! I'J
-j If mentally e are a part of all that we have met.
Ill Physically we are a part tf all that we have eaten;
2 Hence the paramount necssity of con-
tillering the quality of your food.
evening. The uiuaic ia epleadid and t.all)llt L
Kev. B. B. Banders baa been presetting Tn Uujrlllg have decided to bold
eerie of splendid eerruone. Kev. I CMroi or conference on tbe bill Satui
Jewell Hnwurd. the pastor will he beit ; dlT M(n Although there are said to
. I. t.i . n ..it . . ii l 1
Mra. Howard arrival Wrdnt-day and Lt B(-l t tba uwaaure the Repnb-
la the gueat of Mia. Paul Bradlev. Mirn Isadora who are canvaMing the
II. A T. C. Time Curd lryii j
Northbound N' 1 12.21 p ui
wooihbonud No 2 4 03 p in j
Norlhhoand No i I:W a m j
Soolhoonn l No I Ot a m )
ltiiiimil-r K-rvicn rvty t- a-tiii g
at lli Clirntiitn i hurcli.
Hue I'U I wool II 4 blankrt' 1 1(0
kint fir 2.'. ui Noiaoid'a. '
Mr. Ira (imx h ami rliildren came up
i fi o in Nvaola etrrlay.
1 llriK k Ilill VVlimky fiuf-t on eulli
at I he r oiliun loon. ilMif
( ir of line alfilfa ! on tiie tr k .
J7J Wo. ten A IUrlir.
j Mr. ami Mra J. II. Sulr of Collrce
j havn got on a viait t .Nrlrrrv S. C.
For rlr Mi k roa Willi young
1'a'vea lor tain. Apply lo iroite
Mia Ma IUiker h r.urnet to I.u-
I lirt after a Vi-it to Mma Franra Par.
i Firnt ablpmriit o ofw aprinc nr(li
' f-e Sniila j.mt opfneJ ly l'afli A W al-
Mr..K.J.P.e.lry ww.t tolUkd.l. M. AII1 WIH1 wlltB olV.
ye-Urilay. vert ymtwrtlay afur viailmg Mia Kli
Emmm Kibde rn!uriirl to llearue WilLi-n.
jreaU-riUy. I (r 0f r ar roro on Ihr Irai k. Cull to-
A new ll'Hir will he put in the .oiri- jy K. M. liordon A IV
1 . r a I .... I i
QUI U JU.
LOCAL NEWS. J
H. ti. Tabor baa g-me to HouMon.
J. W. Dyer went to Calvert teaterday.
Mi a Mat ie Tbor baa returned from
Franklin Broa.' uiarkfla l. r 4n' feil
The cotMiu-aioiiert roail liaa ai-
Ldea' veata 21 rente erh al Nor-
uol x ka
Venter. lay a t'bT day.
pUnt a ili rub ?
hi irnta ir ('air at
1 . 1 you
K-v. Joaeph IVlnar who baa jut re-
lumed fioiu liaivraloii went to VVa o
) ei.tr r.Uy.
Tba Taentitth Century Monarft-
A difticulty occurred ia Frredroan-
town Wrdoeeilay nlgtit in which a ce-
gronamod I ncien Turner waa pret'y
badly uae-l op bul not dlaablwt and
at t reanlt Lerov Jonee and Luiu VV'ib
eon alao negroea were lodged in jil
yrtietday cbargetl with twauit lo nitir
der. Turner't icjuiier are about the
head and neck.
Tbeladiea of the Baptiat church will
give a' tueaauring party" at tue resi
dence of Mrt. K. J. Foil maiu today
Feb. 23 (rum 4 to 10 p m. Kefresh
mente wid be aerved and thert will
alM be iauic and recitallona
On aci-ount of on bull bouae (ailing
in we are compelled lo get rid of ha la
at onre. W ar oflrrmg bulla at ! '
per tu at the inill or ft per ton dellV
errd. bryau Cotton Nwd tiil Mill
ti'i i'bune 47.
Mra. KJnio Jenkina Mra. Spell
and Mra. J. U. Coulter will give
a tea al resilience o( Mr. Jni'
kilia Iroin 3 to li tile afternoon
(be nruvted fir tba Wnetil ol ibe
Meti.ol.ali'iiurt-ii. KveryUidy inviletl
! W p Franklin W p Fiai.kjnJr.il
j U Fiaualin (iua Hobertaou loui C'. I'l1
. Ilev Tiptmi Jim liriaeetl Able Monl
gumery aii't other a were bvre Jea enlay
from druiiea county.
Tao buii. Ire. I uew aamp'a ni g igee
abiri. aplemlld Valuea aarle-l pat
Irrn j it iiinhad and g'.iOif be.O
biileae iiiat. Se Uurt urwool
Hev. F:. L. Hieltlce. paator of the
Me'.tiixlirt clitiri h aunouiicea that Hev
S-tL W arrf will ureacti at tba'. ibunl
Sunday and Sunday eveuii g next.
Parka A Waidrup huve j tat receiveil
tbeir lirai al.lpuirut ol new eprmg
neikwear in Ciob Ilea lUlUilig lira
and Iini-riala Call ami im the line. 3
An up to-.Ute due of U-i) a' S oea in
Vici. lUu Call n.l Ku..i Clf. have
jiul bveu rectivrd by Parka A VYa!-
Mra. J. I.. Ilearne went to Anatio
jealerday arcropanying her daughter
lleatii. e wbo will attend acliool al St
The Daiigbtrra of 'he Confedeiary
will meet tina a'ternoon at 3 o cloi a ul
tne re iilctiie o Mra. J. W. iKireinua.
tiiuatina aay that not more four or Bve
will rut their Vntea affeinat it Taey
alao aay aeveral DeuiucraU will aupport
The only Democrat who it ootapnkn
in bia advocacy of the hill ia Mr. Davey
of louiaiana IU repreeenla oue ol the
argaal cane augar duUioUin the so lib.
Some olhere. including Mr. Meyir and
Mr Ilrima-ard of Umimana Mr. DeV-
rey a of California. Mr Uivia ana stt.
Hparkuianof Florida are aaid to be in
tbt doubtful column but the 1 woe. alio
whip ay that only Mr. Davey and Mr.
Sibley f.f I'ennaylvania will Vote for iL
Siine of the Republican opponenta of
the bill who diatike to go on record
g.nriat their party Iwlieve that the way
out i.l the dilemma in which ibey hud
tUeuiwUea ia to vote to recommit tne
Waahinrtnn. I'eh. - Senator Cnl-
hr .ii of Teiaa baa given uotiiwof two
am. ii Intents he wnl priiie to the
Puerto 11 n an govermiieiit bilL Otie of
tb.iM provide for free trade between
Puerto Kir i and the I Ulteil Stales
prufr Tbn nthi-r Kivea the native
i'ller'o Kii.iii the aallie rilfllt to cbmne
Wbetbel tbeV Will Iwollie CltUena of
the l iute.) Matea that the Paris treaty
confer n.u r.i-leiiU who may have
U-tu ta.ru in tbe Sii.tiiinli niuaula.
I.aearal Wtlghl laduravil. .
Washington Feh 'iL It ia under
ajtrai.l Dial tbe preanleiit baa practically
den le i to appoint (ieiieral Luke l
Wright of Memiihia. Teuu a member
of tbe new Philippine coiniuiaeii.u.
(leii. ral Wright believed to have the
iinloraeiuent of Judge Tft the preal'
dent of the muiliiieaion.
Call lr It. publicise.
Waahingtou. Feb.' 2i Representa-
tive Tawney of Minnesota tbe It-pub-liran
wbiii" of the house has wired
all atmnt Kepublieaua to be present on
Saturday. Tina is said to fur tbe
purpuM of having all K -publicans
prewnt at a cnlereii.-e to h hill St-
urday uigbt on Ihn Puerto U:oo tariff
Tll furniah yon t"etalTof life" on which
' yon may eomplateotlv lean and lend a
pitying glance to thoee who have fed on
eoinetniig "Juat at good or bettee lor the
money" We handle a complete line of
the beat groceries and desire to call eerecial
attention to Hwtet'e llama Swift'e Brealfaat
Pacoo White Peeled Aeragaa Asparagus
Tipa. Marecbeno Cberriee White House Cof.
fee Canned WholeTomaioea Croat 4 IMack-
well's Chow-Cbow Haeel Pnklel Peschet
Preaervet in 13 and 6-ponnd Jars Oliver
Impoited U.ive Oil Piiklea and Siucee a full
variety of tbe best on tbe morkel. Lnocb
Lobster Piikled Lobster Shrimp Deviled
Crabs French Pea Muahrooma Coccentiat.
ed Soups Evaporated F'roiia and Breakfaat
Cereals in variety. Tbe finest Sugar tioose
Molaese in cana and barrels. There are
tome of the good tl ioga we carry in iUh t.
Our line is much larger ami we take pleasure
in showing our gooU unl (juoting prices.
JOHN IV.. LAWRENCE & CO.
Phone 78. i l
I'M Sapp went to Coure yesterday t. aupH.rti'i s for l.idn a misara and
Willi bis 1 hildren.
I)i I nk Mount Vernon pure Kys al the
Kiposilinu aaloon. ltl'f
Fre.li a ipply of lill pickles jusl re-
ceived at Col Bros. 7i
Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Smith teturned
to Calvert yi aterday
Bureu'a 12 year-old Scotch ry at the
F'.x position Haloon. 2bif
Mra. W. A. P.eed and cbildun are mouth. It. K Know lea. ..
eieitiug in Houston. at tle girl of Mr. and Mra. T. J.
"The Prodigal Father" will appear! prestos of the Wesson neighborhood
Franklin P.rns. have Uen fi-eling
ra l.e (or over tine in.. nt lis and have
line Ix-el on an Seat their luaikela. d.i
( liol. c ItiillilltiiC Lot.
Fur sale on easy tei 111 tbn Md Jneen
piO erty Cliff A Adams. 70
Dr. Aiiderion tliej Optlduu.
Dr. F.J. Auderaon'e atay in Bryan
ia drawing to a c ose February "4tb
being tbe limit aa advertised in The
Ksg'e (or aeveral days past. Dr. Aoder-
s.m while here has made many friends
babies at Norwood's. 74
Dr. Andi-r-on the optician charges
nothing for examination
Sltaogers visiting Hie rity are com-
pliinenting the street aork which la
agaiu progri tsiiig nicely.
r'OK UF.NT Four room house in
eontbern part of Ua at (4 00 perjaqij earne.1 a reputalion for honesty
here Thursday March 1.
I Try tbe Unions Brook Hill Whisky
at the Fxoaition saloon. d.Vltf
Smoke Metroiulilan cigara at sold
' Fiirtisiiion Saloon. dtf.
Car i'( North Teiaa cirn on Ira. k.
liil It. M. (iordou A Co.
wii reported n'lite suk yesterday
The new spring alylea and colore In
the famous Americau Mni are now
being aboan by Parka A W'a'diop. 71
Cole Broa. have just reo ive.rannther
car load of "Albatross" and "li nen
Bee" Hour tbe beet on earth. d70
e.1 1 sw .ss sy ysaj
aud s4 1 a re dealu.g aa well aa skill In
bia profession. He will vioit Bryan
regularly al stated perioda and dora
wi-rk ibat will b a tut nimendatinn to
him in fut in e. Si-e him liefore he
leaw-a if l eeding any treatment of the
ejes or if needing gla-aes si irntilicai'iy
fitted. He iharge nothing (or consultation.
Why not save the expense
of onlcrinir vour magazine
by 'phoning Tyler Haswcll
The News Dealer your j j
WrTiy Ladies Home Jnnrtial llii yi'.tt
Dr. C. L. Goben
Oilers his pn ife?sii mal Services to the
people of Bryan and CvHiinuinity.
t Parker htiKlinc. t"
I'e'oiCtipicJ tmtil a si tte
ol n h nm i" .111
curvvl. mure suiLiHe
Aaotber simsaa Tt.slf Itliaa4.
Washington. Fell "J. -The senate has
ratiti'd Ibe treaty between the Cliited
StHt-s. Oreat Britain and Germany af
fecting damn growing out of the jotnt
Control of tbe Sitiuoan DUuda. Thia
trratr waa a sri arate document from
tbe poliin al ar.-ui'iit dlvidiug tb.au
tgurity over le i.'..U
H.puliHeaea a4 .iufsrrat A trass te
T.nus l.adlag lb. Ca.leata.
Frankfort. Feb 3a.-Thec.ntesUover
the nRlces of governor and lieutenant
governor of Kentucky have been aim
phli-d by an agreement entered into by
lb. attorneys repreaeutiug Oovernora
Taylor and lleckbam. Lieutenant Gov
ernor Marshall President L. IL Carter
of the senate aud Adjutant General
John R Caaileman. Dy thia agreement
the injunction auita tiled atGsorgetowo
and Louisville are to la? consolidated
into one suit and the trial is to be be'
fore Judga Kminett Field at Louisville
neat Tuesday. The court will be asked
Ui give a speedy hearing and if there ia
an anneal the nartiea to tbe suit will
ak for an early bearing.
All parties agree to abide by the de-
cisions of the courts and which ever
party wina will have undisputed posses-
sion c.f the oftlce of governor.
There is general elation in political
circles here over the agreement liet ween
the attorneys aa it ia conceded the mat-
ter will now be passed to a speedy finish.
IV. til aides are pleased over the Willi
V.i Chief Justiov W. S Tryor. one of
(i.ivernor Iteckham s attorneys said be
thought it probable the case would be
settled so far as the c.mrla were con1
oernel within throe weeks nit 1 that
early in March Governor Heckham will
be installed in the executive building.
Tbe attorneys tu th. Democratic side
ail s.iy tin y bnve no fear that the su-
preme court of the Cuilcd Statea will
grHtit a writ of error to Hint court after
a decision rendered by Judge Taft of
tbe ciurt '( appeals but the ltcpuhli-
ran attorneya are tirui in their belief
that tbe Supreme court nf the I' lilted
Stales will take jiwi-dict:o.t and hear
K.juipiieJ for the Iloli.lay ailh new rigs new horeea and j
everything firat-clart in the livery line. We have six new
horses and r-ix brand new buggiea beaiJea our former
equipment of carriage eurreya buggies and driving horses
equal to any in Ijryan. We an.wer orders promptly at an J
Irour day or night and give the bent service for theatres
bulls etc. Special attenlion given to harness and buggy
washing at "2. cents each. Ueapectfully.
J. 0. Kernole.
Pcmale Diseases a specialty.
All Qirunic Disuses Treated.
Consultation and Examination
f atr"Oilice hmirs from 9 a. m. until
12 and 1:30 to 4 p. m. 2-17
a.HW la (litis.
Hintiago. Feb '.'2 - Moll lay was tha
coldi et day recorded h.ire tin tempera-
ture lieilig W degrres 111 the city. In
the in u nt ai n n miles off tha temper-
atnm was 40 degrees. Mount Han
Ple.lra 20 miles to the nortbweat with
an attitude of tlditd ft ia covered with
snow. Old residents say that SO years
ago. during the war of that day tuow I II
lutl tu tue luouuiaiua. I
tsfQnr incrcnfiralf on
these poixls anesk for itclf of
tVcir merits fjivc tlu-m one
trial and mi will uo no other.
A CAR LOAD of the celebrated PINDKLL S MACNOLIA
FLOl'It on the road. (Juaranteed to eijual anvthin made
in the I'nited States. Lvery sack sold under ab-
Juit received fmh thipment of B.'anke t Bra. CandiiSifl'i Prtmium
Hami Breakfast Bacon and Lard.
Trv our prepared IWkwhcat and M.iple Syrup Mince Meat and
llarrel Olives Diitkee's Salad I)iessinj lS.iU lbie Uad-
ish Must.iid and Stephen's Itnpotted Chow Clnnv. lie
sure to sec our line of I'lowcr poti befoto buvin4.
We ate ovci stocked and goino; to move them al
prices that will astonish you.
...DANSBY & DANSBY...
Telephone 1 1 1 .
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