Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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DRY AN TEXAS THURSDAY MORNINQ JULY 3 1902.
PRICE 5 CENTS
JVST AS C000 KIND.
ion Open Kettle
t that can be put
scr substitute fjr freih
- uitt can not let found.
iaglc Brand of
f hit. .T can
for Jt5 cen.
ep.s coffee roasteks.
I J if--
Fifteen Thousand IMtars Spent in
Trjir. to Kfl ct It.
FOR GOOD OF CDRA
Cetrrnsr Crnersl Moo J Says II Made
III DUburrmrnts U Shew That
f.ui'U Trails delations ShouiJ
Exist With ts.
conr being street ei with ror net
Jolly 5ood Fellow." end perfect rush
j of members to fcrasp bla hand. Stand-
Itng In the art-a In front of the rlork'a
desk he too. joined In the aongs and
there was a wild ecene when Gf.
Iloofcer of Mlsftlbslppl tb one arnifj
Confederate veteran took Ma place
by the side of the speaker and togeih-
1 er they nrta; "i)lxlt."
j Mr. Candler a . Mississippi IVmo
crat. Jumped i i'iri a fleK ami gave a
yell f jubilation that fairly shook the
rafter. For t'liiot-t half an hour th.i
Jubilation (untiuucl. All this time
the np- tn'or remnlncij standing ia
the galleries Khln(; the iil;un(-d
scene below and Joining lu the tlii-
Inr. The adjournt'vnt rr.me U the end
cf a wtm and a half hoiii' sedition
during which tiii'U mluor biiv '!)
wa trativariod. In a'l noyi tity bla
anil rrfulutlona er I'Bsufd. N
Tho K"t;rral rimhI -feeling In the
bOUfi had been helghtetied by th Tle-
tory won over Oc acti&te ta item
In ih uaval aiipniprlatlon b'.Ii fur the
building of a biitik-.-;hli) In ft Eort
Ti n c!lnit liotir a M ruj l"d with
Vldrlfrd rtel.-at ix-twocn Mr. Coualna
of Ioa uftd Mr. K!( hardson. th- Item
nrrntlo lalir. ott the re;Kirt on th.1
lav'A'lKHlon into thi rharRa tnad
ty Captain Chrlt.na. conci-mlng tbo
aJu if thi ianisli Wet Indl'-a. Mr.
Cjimlfia rtdleulrd Mr. Rlrhardson for
brhiK'.r.n tiie catter to th" a't nii"n
.f ensign-.' Ihe latter dffiidvd hla
'V.'Hxhini inn July I. Chairman DM-
living purchaeJ the grocery tuint-i of J.
Krrnole I ticsiie to 'nitc the pationa;je cf
' '-l-c . IT vi'itl 'Ucp on-tutlon hand
! -t' tockbf frh'(TtaiTe and fancy
and make prices aa low a any Lome
Prompt free - delirerjr."" Ihone"T ir
WaKhlnston. July 2. Aitlnj Srvre-
tary of War .Saiwr Tuelay rut
tunimiinieaitn to ih hous In nwr
to a riihif !in !lTrt'ua tlis war le-
I'artmeut to furul-h Infurniatlon aa to
wtut aiiimui! Iuvt bivn paid nut of
Cuban tria"ury or thf fund of tlie Cu-
Ian pKopie to S. II. Thurb-r or olb-r
ppmon iorpi".rat!on. vr a.Ttui lai.ion for
advanilng reeljoelty with tb I'ultcd
Ptatea. The answer c-f the war dpoart-
incnt ronaiaU )f rertiflei ropUa of
votirhera eovrrlna; the paympnla re-
ferred to In the rcfudutlou ansoui.tioi
These vourbrra are rmpanlM by
ft letter from Cmcral Vok1 to the sec-
retary of war.
"The dlubnrscnient madv" ays Cen-
tral Wood. "wi" made by n ai mil
itary govrmr of the lland of Cuba : lH of ihAnpclal romnilttrw of the
and Wfrf nm.1- for the pnrpo" of pre- . house wl.ii h InveHigate I t!ie charge In
aentlng to the pviple of the t'nltrd I coo nettlon with the purchaae of the
uiilili Wiit Indian inland. Tueed.ty
submitted the report of that committee.
After rletailini? the rbargea of bribery
and showln that Cfapt. ChrUtmaa had
n pujlljicd ltaAlUd ror oa whieh
tl. cliargra were basted the eomnilfe
mni tip the rrnuiu cf ii.ir lni-ai(ea-tlon
aa follows: .. ' f-' '
"ThM there la not the a!ihtet aem-
llanre of ev;denee that any member of
r"nrrar ti:lir (Ureeily or Indirectly.
w;w orf. red or p ud uay trl'e or waa
paid any valuable eoitrtideration of any
Had or rharartT to voto cr a-iaint In
rroourlrter t?ie pro; -us d a.loptiou or
ratification u' a trru'.y or ale of the
Iianlh Went fn.'lin ''ands to the
I'nited . Ft.-te.. Tl.r 1b not tUt -niitet
ground" from ablch t-j draw an
Inference or on Vii. b lo bane a con-
clusion that there wa any corruption
or WToB-ioliiB' on tr:e rarf of the pub-
lic oflicUla of Ui I'nlted Km tea ia coo-
nertton with Uie r.noilUon for the
purchase and s.ilc of tie Wot Indian
"It Is pl ifn ' tveyMid peradrer.tnre
flat tke bribery alleij In thw-retmrt
could have eitttted nowhere aave In the
Irinfrinatlon cf Chri;n)as since the
whole burden of his atory ! that he
tiad no money. It I In evidence that
he had to borrow In order to pay bis
passage lictne from this country."
States wltho.it "Kfcreoie to parly or
seetlon the deVlres of the peopla of
Cuba s to the trade relation wl li li
rhould elt beiwMa that rot:utry an!
oiiir own. The action wan approve-1 be
th ludiiktlal and rommereial cla.es
of Cuba. It revived the uuquahfiej
endurnvment Kit the secretary of th"
Insular goven-.nienl snd was an es-
peDdam of CoiMtn funds for the I nr-
pose of promoting Cuban lnu-reu. "
WaMngton. July 2. After s sesalon
marked by some of the Htorrn:it de-
bate ever he.ird in the Atuilian mn
grrtn tht Fecato aJJuunnvd iue at
5:3' TueUay attt-rnouo. : - - .. -
iMtrlng the bat hnttra of fhe eHlon
thrre was s tat rt'hnte ort'tfie ptnifp-
pine )neif(wt' part!' '.-nted "la ' by
Me'sr Cnrn.".;k (f.Tvutn"4 ti;rjon-
er of Vitiu.io Cfurmtn'n( Texas
McComaa of Maryland and l.odte of
Masaehtlet." ' ''
The ronferen. i re;rt on t!ic Wiliv
pine corerrmeia bill wait adapted .wUli
very llitiu Mi ikmU wb? snd tli u when
the docks ft the .natM were ebired
for adjniirpmeet :fr. Carmaik ra!l. J
up hf)t ffl'ifIon providiiift (or a ton-
tlntianre f th-. in.etirnWiB of the
riitllpplr.o itoinihtM'anit for a visit t.i
ih( Philippines 1y the ronirnlffee flt'm
S the jire'rt sitri.tn'er. ThJs sotted
I the trm.M
' lug I
is at the Whit Mitchell old p!.tce
u enough will ptpcr including
coc ner loom and upt or will
pancr loiieht of hint from i cent
"r;crrol!. All work guarantod.
U"VUV Say they sell the bet n Q
ud Tor i.i.).t than aa hour
I a la''?o of word.s waed. Mr Spo-iner
ut'iiviren a t a iiii'.ir uiiuiieintkia or
the minority report of the. Philippine
coRimltiee for what he d'-dared. sas an
t'.'aik upon the'Amei ! an army. Mr.
j('aimaei denied that any a'taoU had
i been made nntn the army and declared
j that any fool rntM fari' ii.h a ca
lumny and any parrot . j I ! be ta.i;u
to repeat It.
The resolution a K'errd to a rom-
mlMee. thus erTeettia!1.r killing It.
Just before adjournment the usual
resolutions were adopted thanking;
President Pro Tfmire Frye for "the
dUniiled Impartial and rourteoua
manner in shlrh be had presided over
the iilllerailon of the senate."
After the adoption of the resolution
Mr. Frye resimnded briefly and then
declared the senate had adjourned
without da y.
The llalley-Pieerldfe epUode did not
figure In the lat day's proceedings.
Washlnicton. July 2. Amid a scene
They handle young stock and keep" i'i!"laiini that has not been par
rrlh war. Speaker Hen-
hp jieiiday afternoin. de
ftarted up the go
larrest of the
their moats in cold storage at the ice fac-
tory from which it comes to their own
refrigerator in first-class shape. Trices
as low u tlis lowctit always : io
JOHN B. MIKE Manager.
Booking Attractions For the Season
. t i
sent oui io "u"e iiireii.j umn
until Pinieti gave lilcuieif up and
aa brought here and longed la aiL M
lie claims self-defense. It eeetns ttat
the trouble arose over suiue fee;
between their farms and the men ci"t
Tn ted ay afternoon and allot a few
worda becan to about. . y.
1 t'Seeurtlt rM r cr--'
Wahlusc!on. July ;. Sena'.or A'll-
(inn. hairman of the commltte on ap-
proprlatbin. resonted a rMtetnrnt
showing the totat appro'Tlatious for
the sebn hy Mils as follows:
Agriculture f5.;0S.V.i; army $J1.-
830.1.10; diplon-atlc and consular 11.-
:.7.1i:;; IiUtrPt of Columbia J?.l7.-
S?fi; foTt ilcatlons. tT.?:'S.;"i5; Indian
$M 13.1)02; bKUlatlve rfo.. ;5.3'J.3S1:
military arademv. $2.f27.324; navy.
tTH.67K.0GJI; pen on. 12.2.10: rxwt-
offlces. JMS 4!H.".'.iH: river and harbor
I26.72ii.44; (exclnttlve of contracta au-
thorized); suudry civil $';n.l25.339;
deficiencies. I2S.03?.91I; m'urellaneoua.
$2.t".An.0(m; Isttmlan canal. $:').13u.000;
permanent annual approprtailona
121.!:i.221. firand total. MH).lfi.t.K7.
The total laM year was $7303r;75.
Tw. inmt'l.- Kn' C ... fl m -t .
WashlnKton. Ju!y 2 Th remits re-
fused to ronfrin the nomfmrlons of
Dallaa Merlurt and William !(. IUrey
to be postmasters at Commerce and
Ileltrin. Texas. repi ctlvc !y. Holh re-
Jectlona were taed on r.lverse rrcom-
mendations by the committee on post-
otflces. due to profe.-ts.
An umiHually luire number of nomi-
nations failed to be acted Upon includ-
ing many nominations to minor offices
both In the army and navy.
rir. Bl mt CallM '
Fan Antonio July t The first ba'e
of Trxaa cotton of the 150 crop o
trach 8an Antonio rume In Tuesday
it waa raised by W. U.-Adams of Me-
dina county weighed 6U0 iiouads and
classed etrbt good middling. This
bale waa ginned at Dovlne and it la
the second esrllest bsle of cotton C-ver
nrr.diirert In Trtm tl was nhlnre-1 to
New'VorU. whers It will be sold for !
lbs benefit of the Devlne manual i
Refrigerated F.leats :3
) Uief Pork a rui Mutton: ao !y
J iresh IJsrbncue every day nt
the City . Market. We fU -J
only the het meats and in
J tandltng uJ cutting wc bir"
no superior ir tie titt. m lie- J'
meuiucr tbo-Qty Markat
John W. Hicks Prop.
V r sr-t tit(iir4
i II I I I'lll lb
t . Crmr TIim ItM 0iti. '
Janeatoan. Rt. Helona. July 5.
Cronje the Iioer commander aaa taken j
the oath of allegiance to King Kdward. i
The remaiuuf prisoners are luIUiwlfif
his example. '... . . i
L II VII II HUt
H. li.- DORSET "a Phoppietor'
t 'el m t-boj
1 A3t fk r j
I 4 1 Ft 1
? e on Hmrf f L i iti
- '.r S:- J m 1
.1 f CMailct nest i!-:.or lo T.ryY C? Vj'' UJ J
i t . -ry y ;v sn r fan sect
''i.'.C .t Snft cni
--y 5S H.ir !-y W our
M m . . jr f w . i w w . . m w i
T. ' " .sV i
. An attemjut on
banan was made
) The latter had
Ir. itui hanan. and as
cement about a set-
ir. liuchanan wl;h a
li seven tlmea aooilt
!;i appeared and th
I nod away. Mr. I!n-
lens with a broken
e falling iixn hkn
1 1 ii ! could hardly get
(stance of crutches.
his life to the fact
d a dull knife with
rf. Hi wounds are
but fortunately are
dangerous. The re-
not been apprehend
I A SAD OCCASION
. . - . . . 7 !
Is often made more trying by
the need of careful and ex-
perienced managem' nt. Un
dertaking and embalming is i
the art ttl nronerlv carina for 5
. - j 1
the dead. We understand
tnorougniy ana our equip
ment is the Lest.
Our Livery Department
Is also the right kind
NABORS BROS. Brya Tife
"Less You Forget"
On 1 1 'oiiv Atlsn-
i'hS WE W A fJ T
YOUR GROCERY TRADE
ex.. July I. News
y Tuesday nlcht or e.
er. a sins'
( Summer is a goo'l time to Economize ami we
guarantee to save you money on your grocry
v bill if you will give us your orders. It don't
ly to Toirj"?-'- u ' ."jve gtort-s ivim vou
ZTT n for le; monev
y miion i r t
V. - TP
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