Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 79, Ed. 1 Friday, March 7, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
VOL. 7; NO. 79.
BRYAN. TEXAS FRIDAY MORNINQ MARCH 7 1902.
1 wab cii 1
Will lie a K'xl tiimth to test tin- Mipvririty f our
.'kuN; every article guaranteed. Richelieu M.'-pIo
Cream fur making randy icing cakes etc. already
prepared; ICxtr.i utility I!ataia Miiuv Meat ir
jH.uihl 15c. We offer extra value i:i drivd ft nits
Mich as Pears Apple. I'mni. IVaelie-. Aj-rit-ot.
WackUrries l'itted Cherries lluikleUn i-.s etc. etc.
liatavia Salad IresiiiK notie letter ready for u-e:
on lettuce Ash. K-T'ie sal.ids it has no equal. Il.i-
tavia Preserves alr-nhitcly tirc sugar and fruit .
Nu:n!er one Mackerel. 2 or 3 f r .sc according to size
Try a M. of inijxirted anchovies vsc or .vc kt 1!.
Jut unloaded another car of the celebrated White
Swan flour only Ji. is IeT sack. Costs yon no in re
than cheats. 1 piked llmr
SiUwJLLL uiUo i
Orocer and COrrCE ROASTERS.
Having nol.t out my llottlinir Work to C. (I. Parsons. I take
this inetliort f thanking my friends ami customer for the liberal
natronaH accrd d me in tin past and to 1m.k U for my successor
a continuance of their kind favor. beinir assured that lie will appre-
ciate tin' same and give satisfaction to the trade. Respectfully
January 15. 1 2. W. A. JtKHD.
Haviui; purchased tlio llottlinir Work of W. A. U -d consoli-
dating the same with Parson' IL.ttilng Work a modern nnd up-to-date
plant enlarging ami Increasing the facilities of same I ntn
now prepared to handle the so.la water buslnens cf Itrynu and sur-
rounding territory nnd respectfully solicit a liberal share of 1 1 1
public patronage. It shall ! my aim and piirpo to in:t k the
very best p o.l pos-ilde keeping roimiatitly In v i -w the etrid'-t
cleanliness nnd uniformity of quality. etc.. 11s w II u J 1 i -. will 1..
th am.' to on.- miiA nil 'A-' r r;i.- (J o'o.ni f-r so.Li r. ail
flavors. Seltzer fl per doen. Syrup. I'xtnifta ami ot h r sj cial-
tl n at reasonable prices. Respectfully
C. C. PARSOiiS. t
Mattings Garpsts Rugs Etc.
We have on hand a full and complete line of Floor Cover--in;;
at prices an low a the lowest. Ant thing in the Fur-
nituic line ut price that will suit jou; come to sic us. Our
Undertaking Department U up-to-date 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 Personal attention given all funerals.
James & Castles
Pure Delicious Wholesome Candies in
great variety fresh eery day at the Bryan
Kandy Kitchen. Fresh fruits always on hand.
Brnnch Stores at NavasoU and Hcarne.
THE ISTHMIAN CANAL
Mwmmi ml Warh.
Copenhagen. Marrb 6. Mormon mis-
alnnarlcs' propaganda here ha broom
W Ohstarlen HcVclim as the l'ro 0 rlv" lh'r r llttrllmtlnic lltcra-
1 1 turn even mithiu Ilaniih rhurrtifg. urc-
Jtft Advance Ollirial Sauttlun lag younjf rlrl to attend the Mormon
tn''tlnK. KtatlntlfB nhow one out of
'every twentv-two Itanish I'mleranti to
PlifrnWlll VO C 00T h" I'nUl SUt. b.romo a Mormon.
ernment ar? contlnuInK plan to rut
Thi ;oTrramrnU of (ratral lmrican o ind to the proi.lytlng.
Matr Ira Inrllnrd t K mid late
Ivrmt-r Trrm iitrrf a
to Filhcr of th llmitf.
Xl'axlilnt-toii Mirrh C Kvrry frrsh
turn In th l-v l"""t "? th lnth-
mljii 1 anal tir-J' t Jindofi' a n'W ot-
' h Im. It now alI''iira ttiat thi proto-
j ( jU lw; .1: in'.'-l las! (-Kmc. wi'h Nira-
j r-ifin u'.A Co-. ?a It a. t.:r"..y those
j rouiitrlra outlined th t rrua ujinn
j whH li thJ-y w r tr'pHri'i to ntrr Into k.. p..
j r-rru:i rn-nt trfatt-it with the t'tiltd ...t w n in.i j
! .S'i'is ron-yiii!: t!. ti''-sary riKhf
f r rn n I m 'tr n -f tun. ur uo lofi'T
if i B'ri ('.iii''.ili )fi!t 1;:ivp cl.aii;" 'I
J Unr.. Slicn hi h'T;.rr tli" I r!uu--"
1 i f oritilou t'lri.' ln-.rd or. routo for
! tlm iir.al. t'.c piw r isu'llt Infrri nfi'd
1 in t' f iver d r fp Kinldi'ldy liard'fis
Tb CadltlMt of lha ol.llr la I hlllp-
ilnM I Yarjr Haiufarlary.
WasldiiKton Mrrh 6 S irB' on
G tirral St)-rnt.rK ha rr;iv th
lualth n-port of th mi lltary 0 1 . I - i n
of the D.iiippliieM fur tlie ttiouih nid-
ed Jan. la la-'.. Tho P'K-ntao (I
1:1 k ai i !'i r :iit uud In. il t-1 ' k
2jj t 'IIi ie were i' d'.t !n d ie-
Ida the iiKiulh. a'er -.io of IS. c u-
. ej.4 tuontli ("o'o- j
tl;e rep'it I Jn-t bo-
M a t incc I
loie ! i'ti .-a. a the nn.all --uer;.
ht"-' vt ! "-1 l'- U.l!ia aro ttJ-
. Its t. riisn and U d!.-p(m d to ahandon
i pnt :ii';et merits. Therefore It will t
it"'- siry to drnw tip rew prutoeoN.
rot r iv fur th Panama canal with
1 11. tint for the Nirararuan ra-
r'ot 'a and Niraracua. In
. ! of the Hfatn department'i
f tin let '! within the power
ruiirire'H to freely rhooae either
ahlaaabalHy Hill Tula
Wanhlnfton. March 6. It appeara
likely dow that tb 8"nate will reach
a vote on tba pendloc ihlpplnc nlll
one weeV from nert Monday. When
Mr. Krye. In rharite of the measure
endearorsd to aertire an aareement for
the time of tnk!n a rote that dato
wa mei.t.unrl as b!og ti.'actory.
Rllraiaal af Hawaii.
Washington. Mirrh 6 Hear Admi-
ral J. A. Howell will ha retired on
ntnKOM GC5EB1L ITIKMIBO.
elally uratifyinic. In Tlow of tba artlre
military operation of the moat ardu.
ou rharaiter In Samar and Balaniraa.
The altuallon In regard to the bubon-
la plagua la much more favorabla than
at the Uma of the last report. Only
threa caaea of tba disease occurred
March K.. Neit to Admiral Dewey ha during the month one lelna: Harry
Is the ranking ofT.-rr (if the navy. Dunn quartermaater'a employe who
HI retirement will result In the pro- died Dc. 27.
motion of Captain A. S I'rownlnshleld .
chief of the h'lrevi rf navlentlon. to
the ernde ef rear adr-lr;il and perm't
th etecutlnn of the plan to plare that
; nffrtt In command f tL European
f in 1 mi of lc lrada ftlvar.
W'Thl-iefon. March C A del. Katlon
of Tex cnii!tr-!.smi n cnlltd on Fee
re'ary H.iy Wednesday to urse that
steiis he taken to reach an agreement
with li e Mexican kdi . rnnii i.t respect-
Inc joint rontrol of the waters of the
l!i Or.ni ! river. Crave Internatlunat
Ismes n-nr nris at any moment from
the 1 nr. fusion which now extsia on the
water houndiry as a result of the
treanderlns course of the'Klo flrande
nnd the diversion of water caused hy
IrrU'atlon work and It was repre-
sent! d that n.'w i the proper time to
reach S'irne form of ncrecment on these
matters. The suiiJiMt will be brought
to the attention of iba Mexican rot-
ernmcnt and negotiations pressed to
earry out the xlews of the delegation.
Com m loa .aalnal Chlnasa.
Washington. March 6. Governor
Taft was tiefre the senate committee
on Immigration and Rave his views on
the eubject of Chinese Immlsratlon to
the Philippine. He said the Keneral
conviction of the commission was that
the Chinese otipht not to be allowed
to enter the Islands. He said there
are .r.0.uo) Chinese in Nfanlla and. In
his judgment not more than laO.000
In tbo whole archipelago.
Special society event for thi seaxon
Friday and Satu.d)
nOAOtffkn "7-0 & Saturday
AT GRAND OPERA HOUSE
and her excellent Shakesperian Company
ROMEO AND JULIET
MERCHANT OF VENICE
THE SCULPTOR'S DREAM
Popular 5t?4 Ef KaO
Prices.. Avi Oi iiSL
ana ynut m noiei nomersec
It al for wmI r'
I.xac's rrababla Hanwur.
Washington. March 6. Prominent
among the list of possibilities to fill
. 1 . . . t... I t. u r.
xucancy i ue .uu.cu cy necreiary prt of h(l roBj nd for that ow
ling's retirement from the cabinet. U rraded east from Port StUlwell about
COURT MARTIAL ORDERED.
Ta Try Twa nmr aa4 Prlta far
Klilms ft aHM.
Manila. March 6 A court martial hai
been ordered by Major Littleton. W. T.
Waller and Lieutenant John H. A. Dav !
of the marine corps on March 17. on
the chars of executing natives of the
Island of Samar. without trial. Some
of the circumstances In the case are
pecu'larly atrocious. One native was
tied to a tree and publicly shot in tb
thigh. Nxt d-.y a man was shot In
tho arms. The third day he was shot
In the body and the fourth day a na j
t'i... was" killed. rYlends of the two;
uTTTTrs attribute their actions to the
loss of mind dii" to privations which
ihty sufferel In tV Uland of Smar.
MEXICO AND ORIENT.
Tracklayla( Will 1UIB Tate Mewlfe al
Kansas City. March 6. It Is an
nounced that track!alng on the Kan j
sas Cltr. Mciico and Orient railroad
will b begun at Anthony. Kan. this j
month. Ninety-two mile' of road In 1
Kansas and Oklahoma is practically j
ready for the track Juan F. Trtvlno. j
manager of the road'a Interests east j
of the Sierra Madre mountains In Mex- J
Ico baa gone to Chihuahua wbcra he
111 begin tracklaylng next week on!
the SO miles now graded east from
Chihuahua and will award contracts
for grading the neat BO miles. Ralls
are enroute from Europe for this lattef
Chicago. March 6. The rival com-
pany for the tiig steel corporation baa
Biade plans for the erection f an In-
dustrial plail to cost $."00000 on the
east side ofPhe Calumet river. The
ncKotlattons for the ground have been
completed. The price paid was $12S.-
000 or II'OO an acre.
Contracts for the new plant have al-
ready been let. It Is to consist of 12
bu.ldings containing floor space of 70.-
(Hn square feet. There Is to be an open
hearth tel department a rolling mill
for the manufacture of steel bllleta
Slid all the accessories.
Ilotika .! I ..
Atieuf-ta. fi i. Mar. h 1. Four hun-
dred fe-t of the river lark ah ve M--Klnney
ureet a.- 1. carryl-g w th
It 3. to feet of C'if ! -tan and East-
ern Catol.ra r:-. k 1 f - I t:ack. Th
warehouse tf I! t' i was a'-O
underuiltiel ss a r- lit i f tie f;esh- t
in tne Savannah riv r.
i City Market.
Beef Pork Mutton and all kind of
market products In any quantity at
reasonable price. I will buy' only
the best animals and employ expert
tneat cutters. A portion of jour
patrouajre w ill be apiTeclatedj
JOHN W. HICKS.
To Curs Malaria In Four Days
Take Qulnorla. All dnigglsta art a
thorlxed to refund tba money In any
vase of chills fever or malaria It f t'la
3 cure. Price 60c per package. U.
11 Janes the leading draggl.t Bryan
Have slioghtcrrd ani sold
mora rtttla and bogs Uiao all
th other dealers here togeth-
It .1 . M ML-
UU la B a
Decaue their way of doing business is
to do it by holcsale. TWO bi
markets 15 men employed all the
while catering to the wants of fastidi-
ous trade educated to eat good mean
and no other. We have the facilities
and Intend to keep the trade by always telling the
beat at th leweat prices It caa be bought for.
Vi bny Wool. Hldas Palu at highest market price.
the name of William Henry Mixxly. a
Hepuhlican representative from Maa-
achusetts and raid to be connected
by marriage with Senator Lodge.
Amearfmaal la I'hlllrplaa Rill.
Washington. March 6. Senator
tadge has introduced an amendment
to the Prlllpplnes MM. The amend-
65 miles for which ties and bridge
timbers have arrived.
(SartaaH'a ( ttlee I'arealaln.
New York March 6 A famous col-
lection of Chinese porcelains gathered
from all parts of tha world by the late
James A. tlarUnd. vice president of
th First National bank has been sold
liv the trustees of the Garland estate.
tnent was agreed on after a conference 1 Tbe sale was private and the consld-
between Secretary Root Governor
Tuft. Senator laxlge and Chairman
Cooper of the bouse Insular Committee.
It provides that whenever It Is cer-
tified to the president that the exist-
Inc Insurrection In the Philippines
shall have ceased ard peace U estab-
lished a general elocton shall be
called for the choice of delegates to a
popular assembly to be known as the
aflaa I m ri I fit.
New York. March 6 Miss Julia La-
mont. daughter of Daniel Ijimcnt.
former secretary of war. Is critically
111 with brain fever at her home In th s
city. Mlsa l-amont waa ta have occu-
pied a box with Mrs. Grovrr Cleveland
at the Metropolitan Opera house last
Tuesday night on the occasion of the
gala performance In honor of JYlnH
Henrr. Sh was stricken that even-
lug aud baa. It la reported stead!
ration was not made public The col-
lection w hich Is sail to be one of the
finest of Its knd In the world was val-
ued however at ll.i'OO'O. For the
past seven years It has been loaned to
the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
where It Is displayed In 17 cases. It
comprises nearly l."'M pieces.
1 fee I'rlaea al !!.
Ilihton. March fi Prime Henry's
train reached the South Terminal sta-
tion at 35 o'clock this morning. Ing
before the special was due. crowds be-
gan to assemble in the neighborhood
of the station anil extended along the
stnets assigned for the passage of tbe
procession. The mayor with the sec-
retary and te-4 ral of the city offic ials
reached the station shortly after 9
o'clock. The first battalion of cavalry
bad drawn up In the station ready for
escort duty. A doieii open carriages
were In waitng to coovey tba prince
Fancy prices male the things they
eat better. This is a very errone-
ous and expensive notion. Fancy
prices are often the result of high
rents clerk hire etc. If your gro-
cery bill is too large it will pay you
to examine our stock of groceries
and the low prices we make on
them. They arc fresh pure and
wholesome. They please our old
customers and if you will let us send
a trial order we will please you.
D. mike Jr.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 79, Ed. 1 Friday, March 7, 1902, newspaper, March 7, 1902; Bryan, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth320947/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .