Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 25, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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BRYAN. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNINQ. DECEMBER 25 1903.
PRICE 5 CENTS
VGL. 8. NO. 15.
f oentia anaert)iit or iXtonm Ueorga n.
I fw.. Hf V'a n Ht4 f 1 f irhn inlv tva
An (MporUlly Invited to Inapiet
our Una of Fancy Giwrla. ho
trouble to anawaf queaUons Of
bow oar foH. Call and sea M
Fresh Shipment of Blanle's Fancy Candy
Fancy :lppks Oranges Bananas
Jumbo English Walnuts
Soft Shelled :llmonds 'Brazil Xuls. filberts
Mince .V:at the finest made
J ? and pound Fruit Cales
Everything gwd fur Ohiistmas
Koijuots of Girat llritain and Ger-
many Kcarh Valiin;ton.
NOT YET EXAMINED.
Tbt YllUea of (be Two (ietrraneata
Are la Such Shape That Presl-
drat Itoeaevrlt ( an Accept
er lirrllae te eier e.
HOWELL BROS. I
j tlroccr anJ Coffee Roaatcra j
1 The Mutual Benefitj Life i
NEWARK N. J
Frdr1k rrlinrtuTn. Proliant.
PUD P5UCY IIOUOKH MINSK OiWANlZanOS IN IMS.
Policy eUl ma $14.7I.MS M AhU Barkt valao ? IHA
Humnln4 sjllolaa H U
Tola! Sim MTAJB M Surplus
Mutu.l Be.fH l.n..vtun tii P ilir 4..t..
urn eai ..i:n-n- .mn.a br tii.m No .u- .
.n .. - - ----- ' onjflu ldw M
omleal mrrr.mM liberality of " P" T enoiraet
PIV S. DERDEN. Acent.
Washington. Dec. 21 The nrltlsa
and Herman formal proposals to
President Roosevelt to arbitrate the
Vrnwirlan ulty have been re-
ceived here. They are In such shape
that lh? president ran accept or de
cline the prop'nltlon. but so far he ha
resrhed tiu ili ' I 'on. n it having had an
opportunity to it i fully consider
Infodmatlun from WHIemstad aayt
that tbf rvliitlonliita atrcnsthr-nH
by t!i lni;)o;.il)l!ity f th Kora-
tsiviit'a aiii';rra.lTix tin aiuuKKl'-ng of
arm and ammunition Into the coun
try and by t- fa' t that It haa no long-
er any f!c t nt Its if l:Misal. har madw
initrr to Prp(Vnt Ca-ntroa proposi
tion that thy turn tbrlr arma analnat
th fur!Knr who have
daya before waa taken III. paaaed aa
rarep' Ion ally hlch eiamloatlon for
h no. It Inn to whk-h ha had baa
tlcrUd aome weeka previous.
Marl-tta. O.. Dc. 24. A northbonn
Ohio Klfr Railroad company paaaea-
ger train ttavlog Wllltamatown. op-
polt thla rity..iomni'a wun a ireiaa
i train one mile aouth tt Wavrly. W.
I Va. The freight waa takltn rlhu al-
owe4 pannner tralos. Uotb enjlaea
aM riiiMn r ih Tr iimi tm
m M'arm kll.
DllUboro N. C. Dik-. 24. Itillllp and
Ceorge Morgan hrothfra. and Georta
Cunnlnicham living about three inliea
frrn I)llllnro at the Ilarria Clay
drunk and dlaordrly. Town MarahaJ
r U' mil. and T M Mnn under
Bilne rame to IMUUort and became
timk to arrext the nin who had ere-a!-d
asimewhat of a panic when all
thrw men flrew kulvi and nlitola and
di flrd t!je offlicra. Iloth M frKana and
CunuifsKt.aiu were a riounly ahot by
Ta.nl) ThiMMtnii t ial)rV- of lb frk-k
( niiiimHjr Aim IWa. nii.
I'ltuhurK. I . 21 Nitlna are be-
ing pof-tid throiir.hout C(i!iTi-!lv!lle
coke re!ofia rranilnic 20i0'i employ
.itniMt 1 ot the Kriik foke lomtianr a olun-
Vtiuiui la by rcfi-rrlnr him to Oen- Ury advance In wa ;cx a-ra'lj( s p r
.r.i u.ir.. fh.lr hi-t ranable Of lent The ini rca!.? will lY.e enc
. .. ... . ...i Jan. 1. and u T.U c3 nnn'rs.i oKe oriw
o-a jiik wun me maucr. iui rri-i
" 'em dr vera. ian-r. aud latnirerj. It
have regained i-ouraice The govcra-1 roeBn th .nmhny Rrtt r.ar will dl-
mut. whlcn ignu wun ineuj an r- ; HU ut wai;- ilcu h more man ii
ha talH yar. and It will tontlnue 19
lay lb hltrh'-Kt was of any concern
Mm m i
Uu miimnill aa.aaaa-aiaiaj
Not Alor.e BreiJ but CaVc and
Paltry has jpie aJ the fame of the
Many thmicat th nnljr homa mal
Mtinuta Cak"a Cwa. Walr.al-.
wara 81 W eal. Kva rhititJ (hir mln1
iwauiinura. They are found mtn-m
Birt.w to anjUlng pruduoad by U
OTTO BO EH ME
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m TT nr
m m REFR1CIRRT1KS ROOM
HOGS. MIOC. WOOL
PELTS & BEES
ail ttli a of t-n day haa 3'WiO men at
narnulolmeto and ZZX) mar Cara'-aa.
but all other who had enrolled thein-
aclves to fight agatnat the foreigner
The revolutionist have planned a
manh on Caraiaa by three roada. The
leader. Ramoa Antonio Ouevara. Ur-
baneta and Tenalota. with 2SO0 men.
will manb la C.uatlre; Antonio Fer-
nandei (Wo and Creapo Torres with
2600 more have left Camanag an(J
General Rolando wllh 2j'N) troopa.
will go from Alt Grada. Ammuni-
tion la eip ted to arrive every day
The aiiuatlon for President Caatra
la ronildcred to be aaain perilous. At-
tn kill tiT furclrnera and hla owa
countrymen he can with difficulty re
alm the shocks aa the government
re.mirrea have vanished. The preel-
drnt's departure far La Victoria la for
the purptme of trying to i he. k the near
advame to the capital of the revolu-
General Ma boa will soon leave Co-
rair.n. The navy department at Waahlngtoa
received no word from Commander
Meb.1 of the Marietta concerning hla
reported protiat a:a!rt aitlon of
tlix katling aquailron at Caracaa In re-
fusing to allow the 15 4 I) Hner Ca-
raa to remain In the harUr Tuna-
day long enough to ill harce her
rarKo. No re(in at for Inntruttions haa
come from blra.
Offlilals of the department have en-
tire confidence In Commander Dlehl'a
ability to handle the situation and un-
less they hear something from hlrn In
the shape of a proteat asalnst the ac-
tion of the alllea they will make no
As a rule It Is agreed that the block- i
adlnc fleet can do pretty much aa Itf
ritnrkaala al T rrta.
n..Hn !w.e ?i Ciimmoibire ftrfce-
fler reiMirta the (Jerman Miwkadff of!
Porto CaScHo beRan Vc. 22 and the
blockade f Maracallw by the dcrmana
in the Timl'id Slatea employing thll
kind of laU.r Tbn Fr! k Coke eonv
tiany It a aub'Mliry comiany of tba
United State ritcel CurporatloQ.
WORK OF ROBBERS.
KarKlaHied Ta Mnlliit lbtltara4
J.ll Ikmr 4 Tab a Klg.
Illwiniington. HI.. Dec. 21. A gang
of safe robbers who have been terror-
ising central Illinois for the past year.
robbed the pout f fire at Lrmy of 11000
In money stimps and regUtered let
tera Then nprxieilin r lo Kavbrook
eight mllea north they dinnollshed
the Jail ualng a telephone pole aa a
ram. The aang then escaped wllh a
stoic horse and bugcy. They also
r-Une1 ut the taiatofflce at Towanda.
getting f 100 and all stamps and regis-
tered mall estimated froia 1000 to
I looo. '
DEFENDED HER HONOR.
J.h Kvae Wala ht Mra. I award Har
dirk Whm lla Allarbad
Ilradford. Pa.. Dec. 24.-At Ollfe-
dale. a amail hamlet near here Mr.
Edward Ilurdlrk shot John Ryan dead
In di fenso of bar honor. Ryan entered
the otnan s bouae during her hus-
band's absence She saw him coming
and fearing trouble got a plutol out of
a drawer and held It under her apron.
When he attacked her she Bred once
killing him Instantly. The roroner'a
Jury returned a verdict of Juatiflable
MR W. B. PATTON
"THE MIIWESTS W
Opera House. Tuesday. December 30th.
seueu n:ui uy me h'k with the Inten-
tion of rolling htm off the sled and
seeing him flounder In the snow. Aa
young Houston seized Rome'a leg the
aled wa swerveu irom iw courae.i
rrahlng Into a corner of the school-ill. u. JJUKaLi
house and hurling Romae against the
K..n.ii- . aa in raua inter- Flrit-clasB Hot and Cold
nal hemorrhage and death. Show er anJ Vapor
Traahril Inla Rear kail.
Crand Rapids. Mich.. Ic. 24 Dar-
ing a heavy snow torm Detroit trala
No. 2 on the Pierce Marquette road
crashed Into the rear end of Saginaw
train No. 32 at Mi Cord flag station
fifteen mllea eat of here. The engi
neer of No. 2 did not see tba rear . rnmt
iighta of the sagina train until too Bryan Ice btornTe to a I 00.
late to stop. A number of car were
telescoped although the forte of shotk
threw passengers ami train crew from
their seats. Several paaaengera ware
New Tor.. l"c. if. i uorua J.
Sharkey a private detective convicted
of having killed Hanker Nicholas Fls'a
Sept. 27. was sentenced to atate'a prla-
on for ten years.
Hair Cut 2.v Shave 15c next Jtf
to D. 13. Knox.
:ir ALL WHITE BARBERS.
of . . .
it now ready for your infection ami we are makin-the price
fully a tempting . the goo.li. We nceil not weary you with
.longatory. 0 a 0 We can .how you Letter.
jiees fi nart
Tilt LEADING DRUGGISTS.
la.UI ra Hmwutll.
Reiltln. D-c. 2 O.Tn lain here ln1rt
It Is President Rooaevelf duty to de-
cide the Veneiuelan matter.
MIm Until lnlro.lii.e.1 I I .clely al
laea. I'otlo Itlra.
3.m Juan. P. It. Dec. II The re
repilon given Tueaday n'rit the ex-
ecntlve manl:in by C.ov. and Mra.
Hunt to formally Intro. !tno to society
their e!.ct JjUK'atcr. Ml Kluabfth.
was the most brilliant afair since the
Atueriian occupation of the Inland.
Among thiiii prceit were dm!ral
n ev Hear Ailmlralii Sumner. Tavlor.
Crownti-.ahlcld and Coglln and seorea 1
of other naval and military officer!
beside many prominent Americans.
Porto Ulcans and Sjan!sh civilian of
thla city and inland towns. There were
at least 5oo person present
MlrhlB.an aillallla liny laail.
Nacogdoches. Tex.. I-c. 24. A deal
was cl.)il by Michigan capitalists for
SOOe- acre of land near Mahl In thll
county. Seven hundred acres are
open and will foe set out in fruit treea
at once and the remainder cleared and
set out later. The fruit tree hara
been bought and are en route. Head-
luartera will be at Nacogdocbea.
Naw York. Dec. 24. Hla commie-
km aa flrat lieutenant Twelfth reg
nent. National tfuard. aigncd by Oof.
srnor OaiU. haa bn received for Oar-
rht.aa I'vlleauiaN I oaad fiallly ef the
llars Ury f a Jewelry Nlura.
Chicago. Dec. 24. Policeman Pat-
rick Maboney was found guilty and
Daniel Curran. co-defendant not guil-
ty of burglary by a Jury which return-
ed Its verdict of thla locally sensa
tional cae In Judge MrEwcn'a court
The burglary of Hagercan'a Jfwi4ry j
store which defendant were charged. ;
netted the rrlWier $10000. of which i
IToiiil an recovered br the police.
I James Clark and an accomplice we.re '
(convicted and servoil terms In the j
turn tf..nflnrr t'?Mn his release Clark i
I toll the story to the state's attorney
I which resultcl In the arrest of Curran
a saloon keeper and Mahoney a po-
liceman well known and respected
among their fellow (nark tentlfled
that Mahoney in tM uniform stood
guard while the jewelry store waa ow-
For a Chriitmaa Present
Nothing will afford greater pleasure
as a gift.
Rahe.t tloyd KIII..I. M lla and ftaraaal
.Hurl and Money MIhIdk.
Mannlngton. W. Va. D.-c. 24. The
residence of Robert Ployd. two tntlcs
north of here was Mown up with dy-
namlto by robbers Tuesday. Mr.
Floyd was killed Instantly and Mra.
Hoy it and a servant girl seriously In-
jured. Tho house wa completely de-
molished. One thousand dollara which
It la said Floyd had in the house la
Chicago. Dec. 24 First Sergeant
W. H. Russell of the Twentieth Infan-
try aulclded by shooting himself la
Nothing aiIU tnon to the
jileHMirc of life than flow-
ers aiui orimuiental alsrub-
lerv. They make tiouiit
Invitltiir and havf a n llu-
iiii Ititlueiice. till. J. B.
fraBk rre4 Fatal.
New York. Dec. 24 TwaWe-yaaf
Id Rudolph Romae la dead at Hamp-
ton burg aaya a dispatch to the Kerala
from Mlddlatown N. T.. through a
companion's praak. Toncg Rosas
waa coasting down a hill when Joka
Uouata.jt c boo! mat f ki awe
"The Rose Man"
o well known in Bryan
i la city making head-
?uarteraat Arcade Hotel
le haa an tminonn aa-
aortnient of Itcaea F.ver-
(rreens bhaie and Frull
tree to aelect from.
Telephone flambctt 257
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