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JBrgan V VOL. 7; NO. 7. BRYAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13. 1901. PRICE 5 CENTS I PUCES AND OUAUIY ARE AUBffliT We ape Continually Receiving New Goods. I .Stuffed Date per pound 15c-, Fruit Cake Ingredients of highest quality, Imported Edam and Pineapple Clieec, McLaren Imperial Cheese in jars. Double Crown Cheese costs n. more but? paper Shell Pecans J lbs 35c, Paper Shell Almonds, English Wal nuts, Italian Chemuts 15c per pound, Lyons tine ns-t. of Candies consisting of Chocolate, Creams, lion Hons, Butter Cups, Fruit FlaLes, Etc. White Swan llour Miitt cverjbody. Do you use our fresh roastel coffee ? we are telling more than we have ever soll before. We guarantee cery article w e end out to be a repre sented or we will gladly exchange same. 3 3 0 HOWELL BROS. Grocers and Coffee Iloastcrs. OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY IN BRYAN ; ESTABLISHED iS78. A. D. ncConnko. Hire, Life and Accident Insurance? ACME" ZZ . v. jnmr Utolara Which pay per we- Hutua .-ut lin.' I1.-t,r.- ters (VH.r b Jnlnglin C ici;,"fcL-u- '1 .-to Vat J i" MllfttlMlA At'lwlifit 1 u Xlnrff Trplull'la Vvlll Acuta V-r.lr.i.-;!! h.lnrnv alio H. r!:!n r ill JONES STILL LEADER. He Was I-Lctiil at a Caucus cl Democratic .Senators, 31'LAUIU.V NOT THERE were eevered from the right band, three gashes la bis body and one roni monrlnK under the right ear and con tinuing tlown acroxa the neck. Ilia condition la very critical. fba Democrat IEfurd to Arced it Flan of lU-publirant t Increase Senate Coram liters, (ililnir Tbrm Larger Majoi Ity. V'X county ,iaF-4r cv ltl". r" I,,.. . if 10 u'( - 1 I (. I.ir.ir alio Annual ,nfnm St uju. ,'"l""1,,"J'r,fJ..!,'..'!.'7:.t. ar If permanently ( Vd or p.iralrird CiO 0000 0 8 0 0 $ 0 0 ' B & & & 0 Holiday 1 us it 1 r- j ijial tavo lltepcncT Wa'Mngton. I"C. 12 AM th aona tora ifctfd as th-mucrata, wltU ttii n ci jitlon of Senator Mc l-aurln of So:i'h Carullna. --r iin-.sftit at the raurus WVilnt-sJay. as wr all tho chnior wtio i Tf -!( ? J a hilvi-r fl'ynllaas or Po;-ll.-tn. All the !;vlf;).'iiili-l;tJ -rrpt Senator TiINt of Cnloralo ha I tnti-ri' I tho I)fni(r.itle ea'jrua hell Jiiht Xx'torv a'lj'i'irnmrlit last Marrh but S' nator Tt!!'T t;.-:i rrj.ia'.SK'l away. pn- ::t, liiifwr, at Weiltipslar'a C'nf--r ii( e and t:irtltl pated In the pr'K-wdlrgii. Tl.' caucus ajt ca!!"l at the Instance of ?. nator Jon. of Arkana.s. w he Btat-d thut ho J.ad thought It ioni!'.l that tho n'W senator ruiijht ant to make mime ctariite In the ofSi t ra of tb rauiitt. There was, bo-er. a general expmsrln of fatiifactlon with the riresnt o!r.(ijl and Senator Jon waa ro elected unanimously a chair man of tho caucu. Tho old commit tee on ordiT of buslnesa alio waa re appointed, and the one vacancy on that committee wa filled ty the aelec tlon of Senator Duhol of Idaho, who was tho choice of all the wetern num bers of the rauciw. Senator Tillman sussted that there ahould ! freiuent conferences and a continued effort to at;ree upon the main fcaturei! of all political coutroverni-s. There waa quite a general ni"piiu to thS si:;emlon. ar.d the opinion was fairly unanimous that the party ihould pn-M-nt a uii.ted front permlttlnjf no more ftraj!;iu than wa a'.ncluttly tiacer ury. Seii.tor J men pres ntel a statement froj the Keii;i!dican co:!it:llttee on ltteea outUtitiiC It wihra as to otuliiltti e :;;u:Dcuts, from It ap".irel tht t!iO Ilepulile re an Hi. ma to increase 1:10 meliiherchlp of several com Dd t lie. Tc.i-e t!ie I . mm Tatic Hoapllal a Iks Hmtmtmmtfr. Austin. Dec. 12 The auprlntend rnt of the (atevi!iu rctoruatory waa authorized to close dual with Con tractor lw of Molton for the con atructlon of a hospital at tb reforma lory to com iZlwv. Convict Ulor la to le used. BONDS OF GALVESTON. thm llaldara Will Nitl la Dala Bom la llatp G,lmls New York, Dec. 12. A conference 111 be held In this city on December 17. Of f;.i!ve.totl's bondholder to dis cuss Lat ftepj are necesnary to meet Galvc,t ti's finam ial dimcultls. Gal veston has failed to pay Interest on i avrr;f of Its bond. A committee rcp- rr ntir-K the city of (lalveton will be PrcM tst at tho conference. Snce the storm the amount paid out Jn infTe.-t to bi.ndhoMera was 1C0. 0 0, In a.l.Htioa to thli about $v,00) In lion.;s wfre retired. This la the statement of the representative of a city which sustained a lofs of thou band of llves and a property loss es timated at ahout I17.0o0.0o0. KeMt.Uif several months ago that the city could not meet Its Indebted-' nous an effort aa made to fund th debt at a lower rate of Interest and lcKUiaiiun looklr.g to this end waa ae- I cured. Itesultlng from this was tha opening of negotiations with tha bondboldi rs. and a proposition sub mitted to them. The result of this preposition was the reply from a rep rrxentatlve of the bondholders hold ing out no hope of a reduction of In-terei-t. but only a postponement, and this In case It was absolutely litce -ary. lir'i the t hi. h cans wi pllljl!' .111 lint:. ' s u nn-n,b-r!.P ' a f, w ot '""""it tees. Tho moht- Important change niKKest ed by thein vr,is that tho K publicans !irt!l!. be Jilio'Ac.I to add one member to th' lr hid- of the committee on rotii nieri" wh;!e tho iMnocra'.s hhoul 1 auret' t.j burrrnder 0110 plai o. The committee as now constitute. I Includes ID Republican and 7 Democratic mem bers. It wa decided vigorously to re- s!t tills Innovation. Tho Republicans ilo expressed a dehire to increase the membership of the committees on sericulture and census from ! to II each, the two mem lent to bo Republican. To Increase the committee on claims from 13 to It. t!:o Kep.iidlcaiis to have a member and the Itemocrat 6 a against 7 and 6 pfp-ctlvely as the committee Is now constitute!. An Increase I proposed In the committee 'n foreign relations, four of nhom are Ik-mo. rat. The pro posal Is to make It consist of 13 mem bers. H of whom shall be Republicans anil & Democrat. A change was also fl 1 ' -i"V' d 'n the committee on irriga- 1 Vf JJ' tt piihetlt composed of r WRIT TO RELEASE PATRICK. It I, Ih-al-rf, but a lpdr Trial l As ra4 by I ha Jalra. Nw York, D'C 12. Albert T. Tat rick, wa brought before, aupreme court Wednesday on a writ of hat.eaus torpti.s o! t.iln'-d by hi counsel, Cant-w-! and MiMire. The writ was ob ta tied on the ground that the district at'ornoy had failed to prosecute on the Indictment handed down on April 2j. charslng Patrick with murder of Win. Marsh Rice, t'jat theief jie the actuod bail been deprived of hi constitution al right to a sp. edy trial. The hearlni? w as b Tore Justice Itoarh. Roiiert M. !lHlre asked f r the discharge of the defendant. lb" said Patrick had been ronfind In the Tombs since Oct 4. U't'O, although no Indictment was found until, April I.'), ami that efforts of de fendant's counsel to secure a trial on murder charges had b-cn futl!- Ue caurs cf this and In order to not Jeo pardize the defendant's interests. In the case of murder, counsel had been compelled the secure numerous adjournments of the contest of the Rice will. The Justice said he would hold the Tapers in the case with the understand ing the district attorney would move the case be taken upon December 2S. 27 or 30. "That this rase should be heard Is Inalienable right of defendant and I will see that It la done." said the Justice. Thla closed the hearing and Patrick taken back to the Tombs. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. JN0. 13. MIKE, Manager. wno was arrested a rew weeks ao on . a char-e of having stolen $s0.0o0 In Jewelry and bonds from the trunks of airs. Denmaa Thompson. Uraah Quart af Caal Oil. HufTalo. tec. 12. G-orge Nowaezyk drank nearly a quart of kerosene here and attempted to set tiro to the oil. He waa arrested hlle attempting to start the tire by holding a lighted match to bis mouth. He will proba bly recover. Tragedy la Tiiihmi. Tarls, Tenn.. Dc. 12. Coleman Mltchum, a negro teacher, ahot and fa tally wounded his wlfa and after wards set fire to the house. Th ngro took refj., a cabin hoi3 he waa V'tated ' Masrhal Mills, who urned the fire and the tth a bullet thr;;; Ir. tMiaf Klarlad Prasldaa. Derne. Switzerland. Dec. 12. Dr. Jos. Zeemp of Lucerne, vice president of the federal council, ha been elect ed president of the Swiss confedera tion for 1902. Dr. Zeemp Is a Catholic conservative. Fifth At,,,. Ilalal Baras. Ford City. Pa.. IVc. 12 Fifth ave nue hotel here was destroyed by fire, Quo man Is missing and aeveral em ployes and guests were Injured by Jumping; from the second and third floors. $1000 REWARD for asy sdulterstloa la w&TMfl'V lUklng Powder. We soid crtiOcatea troa t:a bt chemtrt In tha couritry, shovlog Premie a to be ibaoiutdr purr; It make too! 4rllrlou a d wbolMaome. Doot t lmpoeed OS nth a uh!l tale, loit on hvtng PRE. Ml CM. a pore Cms Tsrur Raking Powder, th beat erer mJ. F f of baklag powder Uut doot glva tbeU for mula 00 can. rOTTS I5AKIXG l'OWDER CO The Fairest Offer Ever Made To anyone suffering with Dypepii, Indlsgestlon. Sour Stomach. Hsart barn. take Re dyspepsia Tablets. All druggists are authorized by the raar. facturers to refund the money la a y case they fall to cure. Price SO cer.'ji per package Remember the nan e. Rex Dyspepaia Tableu. M. H. Jim. . the leading druggist. Bryan, Texas ANGING m,i - FRANKLIN BROTHERS ci ft Dot sn't make a butcher shop Anybody can do that ! ! ! ! It takes a man who knows good market catUa warn he aeas them, and another oa who knows how to slaughter right and oaa who knows how to cat meat. Good catUa may b ruined for market either la slaughtering or cat ting on the block. Then th meat should stay la cold storsg tavaral days. Wbea you buy 'from as ye get th ban; . of all our rood meat and long nperteaoa. a 0 V t ww - - as ne enterea me r ' - rn..l ,k. flr. .n.t IK. I TLA Lo M-,h a bu,,et thTi hFtT v t fa ' WiV v . f aisaeaaamss 1a .ar- a af a- I V ZV& . ot - d to - LaV' - , 1 " . vu-v -ntion. ngnaoss 1 mi ( rczranT L c t v t g 1 C5-V M'rh.a1 v. A limeanAOur' wax, ""-M ",'n ,Jec"1 Uut see ust wh; V se oi.Jim,r 1 7-" Federation , ' . i AI,T3 ,,,yh.' vvf tth,. ' president lost or saved oh-r Ua J y'