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Hboming Bugle VOL. 7; NO. 25. BRYAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNINQ, JANUARY 3, 1902. PRICE 5 CENTS Sv A Merry Christmas and g A Happy New Year. P HOWELL BROTHERS, GKOcrns and om:K iioastkkh. PaeiuVnt Koosevelt Kmives nigh O.Tkuls ami General rutlic. I in ij.ifi 111 tin way reiaxetl lilt for-' dlallty and all received the same greet- J Ing. For mor than an hour this hu man stream flowed pant the president. I It ft an estimated by tjie white house! attendenta that wore than 8000 peoples' passed before the receiving party. Va j teran oftle dale regarded It aa oca of 1 the. largest and moat aurceaaful recep. lona held. GREAT CROWD THERE h "r V r,rptlo ,l lh blu hou the prlnrlpal events of the day here were the rcct.pt lon uf the cabl- The White House Was Oorgeously Dee Det oKcera. tiralrii and the Urdu a lug f the ew Year Ole-bratrd la aa L abnrale Mjle. f TRAGEDY AT A PARTY. BANGING OUT A SIM i v. .7.a r ' Doesn't make a butcher op Anybody can do that ! ! ! ! U Uk4 mo who know, good swkt rattle when ba Ui, and another on m ho know, how to alautihter right sad on who know how to rut mat. Good rattle mar ruined for market either tn uk-htrtrg or cut ting cm tba bliK k. Thn th meat ahnuld atay tn cold etforaa awaral daya. Thn you buy from ua yrj get lhe boo1 of all our -oxl meat and long enrw.ce. Wahinir'rn, Jan. 2. President nixisi-vclt h' lcl his first New Year's re ception at the White House yesterday, and. surrounded by th presidential ntid (uljimt circle. h Krceicd oniciala la every I r -i : t -f f public lift-, aa well an a rrat concourse of people from private llf. The seen.- within the his toric nmnsi n was one of extraordi nary y nnd brilliancy, and there was un add-d torn h of liit.-n st on the wnii this )ar from the fact this was hi Urnt of the functions of mag nitude with Mr. Rnosewlt and t.U family as the ret:tral figure The dar was Ideal for the ohscrr- ar.ee of tlie time hor.ored custom of inah!t:i; m-w li ar a rail. 1 lie hiiu i tdioiic from a rloudleha aky, the air waa cool ancl I. racing; and a winterly wind made the white bouse fiat's atand wind m;ie the White ,use fl icoptand out proudly. F.arly In the day an' army of decorator and florisU took ' pocseKslon of the faualnn and trana formed the stately corridors and par lor Into bowers of palm, potted plants and aweet-BinelllnK flower. The official program of the day filed 11 o'clock, as the time for opening the re ception with the call of the member of the cabinet and the foreign repre entatlvesi but home time before that hour the approaches l.-aditig up to the marl.le portico were filled with car riage, while loni; lines of people took poKitlon at the outer Rati in order to have point of vantage when the pub lic reception began. The Interior of the m.mwlon was aclow wKb a myriad of electric lUhta. and to this wu added the beauty of a rro.'-jslon of !!'. r. plants and vine, baiiki'd ainMit the mantelH and draped Three Mia I IM-'h "d U'omaa sail Mae Aiig ista. Ga.t Jan. .. 7hre people I were killed and two wounded Tue i day night at Kobbln. S. C. In a fight ! hWh incurred durlri ft party Rlvca at t!i resilience of : Cr'.ln. T!i" d' r:e (ii orire luul ar. Harry Luu , tar ar.j 1'b ; her i; nm :t. TIk-'wounded a : .'.Its', (iixrre Uun Lar en! Aithur Dunh.ir. A "watch" pa'ty glv n r.t the re I I tu e i f .le.-si- C-ifT'.n. an I daring the evening Vninta !'!. '.i b- sine In 1 in n dl .iitiv. Y.r Cobb l-.t r leaving the hum.' After h's dp-.iture the i;i:arn I wis tn';-n up by Flefchi t r.Miti'tt. an I I' :t bar drew hM pistol Mr ;n:hi). the host, interfered taklnu Ii.intar'a j.'stnl froi.i him. Fletcher llenni'tt suddenly eiei the we'.noD I and i-hi't ;i). innbar, k.HIng him in stantly The latter son. Harry, came to the defenne, but wa also killed by itennett Another son also Joined In the fight and hot Mr. lb nn.-tt. Th ihiK.tlng became general at ttl time f hi and Hennett received a second shot which kllbd him. and Arthur Dunbar received a wound which may prove fa tal. Mrs. unbar was also sbot, but It I believed she will recover. Arthur Dunbar wa brought to the hospital In Augusta, where the physicians pro nouDjed bis wounds fatal. FIRE AT FOREMAN. OPERA HOUSE!? Commencing Thursday, January jlh, three nights anil Saturday Matinee Tie v V 1 of America's Foremost Hypnotists. 3 Cnc PRICES 25c, 35c ami 50c. lady will lc admitted free with each paid 50: ticket to opening performance if reserved Let re 7 p. in., Thurtdjv. See toe Daring Diind-Foid Drive ! on the streets at 4 p. m., Thnrsday. T FRANKLIN BROTHERS : a a ) awaiaHtasaisi sxaiaonw JO. Most cl The fire originated In Panderson'i store and wa of Incendiary origin. John Sanderson, los tZl in u.e outer mrriilor. JUKI W!!f,ln tne I ,;lp bs WPr lnR,jr,,, entrant e. the land of the entr.nccr j corps, rnlti'.l State nrmy, tV) strong, ! In their brill.. 11. t iiiii.'orn:. wi re ranged ! In ti is. l,.;,i further ab.r.g in the coi.m r atory was the full membership of the Marine band In bright red unl- S!;o;My before 11 o'i Uu k the throng,! of il it-'. . tu'ul -!nM callers ! gan to as-' The neeleeM Portloa af the ! ! far (rem aa laraadlarj Blaaa. Trxarhana. Ark.. Jan. 2. At an early came near wiping out the business part of the town of Foreman, 30 ral2-a north of here on the Arkansas and Cho taw railway. The following bu3l nes house were destroyed: A. S. Anderson, nierchand'ne. !vs Vm.ih ! I lMi.ul ll..i,,,n , r,. men hnd!e. Merkel. Tc.. Jan. 2 apt H. C. i", Shackelford Hros.. dna. Childress died at the home of W. J los Mono: Heed A- Co. merrhandlss. O Zee He waa a soldier la the Mexl sh.m; V. E. Gray. tore, Iom rn ar end also an ei Confsderal $?.; Judje Arnett. library, lixw 1 veteran. He was 'jO years old. $."00. And rson Sn.lth. hs $00; ranee, one or trie prisoners who ts- !.. m . i . I.. 1 1 1 hour Wednesday morning firs ; p-a "" r, ,lul, tJ. I TMJA auii Willi was fUJI.UIT-u unr, committed suicide here In Jail. H tied his shirt around his nrrk and to one of the iron bars and wrenched bis i neck. jc i f ' 1 OLDEST INSUlvANCE A(JENCV IN HRYAN; ESTADMSHKI) iSTH. A. I. HcConnico, Rre. Life and Accident Insurance? "ACME" Health Policy Which pay $1$ per week for 25 week when ill with any of it , cnrj.s l:i the: I Splell lent In Trfhiia Ferer Tri'heiit 0r K i'.-t Water Huain Ferer Vllew l-Ver -iii Hrunchltl PlffaytBT I rren Hlnl Mentngltl A'-uta hmio- antltl (.'ofigeatliin of Brain these 30 diseases : Varioloid A.utir cholera Meaaiea Puhtherta K.nrip.-U AlMien.le-llta IV'itonlil. tnahetia hmall -ot Oiolrrs Miirns T"tanua "hii krn rpf Apoi'leiy Mump Trphiiioa A'-iite llr ttltla folltu Aeuta M.-nlngin Hiarlatina lneumtinia Annual Premium $10 tVmZ!!l Srlf M-rmanently bllndor paralyid $:,.) t i I r 1 t! f! -T-T "rv f J if DRYAfJ STEAM LAUNDRY A. E WORLtY PPIOfRICT0R. 15 e "i t (-itiiment hc tween Houston it n d Dallas. Two complete steam laundry ouilits recently consolidated a n d operated 5y a large ,md competent force of men. We do llrst-cl.is wotk at rea tonalde price ; p.itroi.- c 11 lmme enti rprie. Telephone No. 1 1 ( ,s A to in i ml'le in the mnln corrliior. First 1 u.ie the ti:emhers of rhe dlul .matte r ri' h court iini.'urms, re in nieda! and decoration. It w.; a tnost cosmopolitan throng with the orie: 'al jiiik.s of the chine--niiiilter and hi suite, the red fez vt the Turkish minister and the more modern but euai!v gorgeous attire ot the Japanese and C ire.ms ronsptruoua an. id the g'oi:p of ilijd.imatU!. The niciuiirrs of the iur(i gathered in the red parlor, preparatory to hi iti? pre sented to the president and those about him. Kxactly at 11 o'clm k a fanfare from three trumpeter stationed at the fur ther end of the main corridor, an nounced the approach of the president and the receiving par'y. At the same moment President and Mrs Koosevelt appeared at the 11 ;.. r landing of the corridor and arm in arm descended the stairway, wh le the marine band broke Into , I!a;I to the Chief." The I president bowed a he passed alone frequently giving a cheery response to I the New Year's greeting extended to j hitn from those In the line, j Mr. Koo.ievelt held in her hand a I superb boiiuet of pink orchid. She wore a gown of white satin, heavily pleated, with lace yoke and diamond ornament and In her hair sparkled a diamond tlra. The president was In the conventional b!.n k frock coat. He had no boutonnler and the gray striped net k scarf w js the only bit of color j In bis attire. Following the president I and wife came the members of ths I cabinet and their wives. I Then followed the reception. . 1 F'reHi'lcnt llooseveit'a manner of re '. relvlii; his all. rs was exceediugjy Krai lou.s and happy. A each gii"st ' whs announced bv t'ol. Ilingham, the presnii nt grasped the haud of the visi tor and wi-he.j j.iin i( hearty New , Year oiten m 1 mi .,n ing thi witli soim f- II. Ill his exi. -r-ic n to nnvone I ret-ngnled IiS a ilo-.- f:i::id. There : ..s no huvrtr' al..: of the 1 alb r and oft' n there ...s cot's' !-raliIe ib lay while pi 'a - ac'rli s ei 1 ;;i il. Mrs. Ibio-e . 't tu oved to ,0 a t ih.irtnia,; Ni .v "at's ho t . .rvl t'e cordiality of hi r grei tines i. u !;i,e many of the c aMi-- of t ': 1' i4 v. I a Mis. Ci.ii Lnd waa mi . t . .. s of ih White house At 12::i'l the reception to the pi:b'i bcg.in and gie.it crow. I c a.ei j ti i'; s first i'i -o: tiiiilty to g:a-p the h. '::,', o the president. Attl. it In mr t he 1 r d St the outer g .lie rtreilii l ,i.;y 'l both dlreitions for sever:.l bio. k AH stations, colors, creeds, sexes and ,v; were rcprntei in the motb-y thro: 1; Sbkb elbowed tin tn the or. ...I. lent flfflrer Kit's Tun Vrrna- PiHt Jn. 5 Two negroei were shot and killed In the back yard of a saloon at the corner of Akard and Ma rilla streets early Wednesday night. Si on afur the killing Detective A. P. Perues of the Dallas police force ap P'arel nt tV city ball and gave him self up to the authorities. IYgtie was placed n jail. There were no witnesses to the killings. All that is known I the nrgrnec cal'ed the ofllcer into the ti ik yard and so:n after the shooting began. OfT.cer Pegue refuses to talk. Faaad Oallty af Mard.r, Oxford. Miss.. Jan. 2. Orlando Les ter, the negro on trial here, charged with being an accomplice la the mur der of the Mntitg.imerys. was found guilty of murder in the first decre' The Jury was but 15 minutes. $1000 REWARD for say adulteration In mtM jM Baking Powder. Wa bold certificates rrotn tt.e beat chemuu in ths country, ahowlng Prrmia-a to be abeolulwlr pure; it male food dcHlclou and wholeaome. Don't be lmpca-d co with a u )U tote, Inn.t on hanr.i PKEMtfM. a mm m.-m Tarur Baklr.g Powder, the be aver w.ada. L'a wwreof baking powders that dontglr their for mula on caa. l'OTTS HAKIXG I'OWDER CO tVitmaa SuleiHa. hy Raaalas Tecttmseh. O. T., Jan 2. Miss Jen nie Moore committed suicide by bang ing he rself ber, She wts S3 years old lln-d near Faaon. O. T. Tha Fairest Offer Ever Matffi .0 anyone suffering with Dysp?j'"i. Indigestion. Sour Stomach. FNart. burn, take Rex vyspepsia Tablets. All druggists are authorized by the n:.,i facturera to refund the moner In er.y case they fa!', to cure. Price 50 cr per package Remember the na.s Flea Dyspepaia Table's. M. II. J.. i. the leading druggist, tlryan. Text. Will tola Irqallted. CMitirne. Tex.. Jan. 2. The shortest murib r trial in the hl.tiry of the dis trict rourt of this county was finished In four hours Wednesday. The case was styled State vs. Will Colev charted with the murder of O. B Quiet Mi this city on the first Monday In May. The testimony showed that Quiet -?s trying to cut Coley. when the latter firej on him. The Jury brcught in a verdict of not guilty, by 'astructlons from the court. Mra Mab la laaUaaa. Indianapolis. Jan. 2 A negro miner named Hinslcy. aged 20 years. ti shot ar.d Instantly killed by a mot of white men near IJnton, Ind. De tail of the tragedy are meager, but it I Warned that the negro had been In a fight with a white man la tb afternoon. It Is reported that tec j white men emptied their revolver! Into the negro's bedy. No arests have been made. The negro was a member of the only colored family in the county. The Cabas Ktertlea. Havana. Jan. 2. The Indication are that the entire Palrra ticket will be elected and that Tomas KstradJ I'.iiiua. the Nationalist candidate foi , the presidency of Cuba, will receive j the unanlmo'.: vote of the electoral 1 ccllege. The adherents of (Jen. Maso ' who recently withdrew from the eon- J test, not only withdrew their candi-i dates, but refused to po to the poll ' A remarkably lisht vote wa polled throt:-hout the Island. 0 & 0 Holiday SEE US FOR ANYTHING YOU NEED FOR CHRISTMAS! 111 It o We Have all kinds of Wince Chsmpagne. SherrTi Catawb. Port, Us dlra. Caret, White Wines, Maraachlna Cfcerries. etc. We bars anything yoa want and will take plcaiurv tn flUlng your ord jr. We ran pleaae your paiats with oat exoeeuilTely taxing your purae. Phone Numbor 7 9. DUNN c DALY 0 m a a m mm 0 00000 00 a?ta'",'r 1 IOC ONLY A DIME! Special Term nt Canrt. Creenvllle, Miss.. Jan. l..tui!? Frank J. I.arkin has Issued an order annoumlng a spe lal term of the clr mi! court in tireenvllle. beelnnig Tues day. .tan. 21. The pnrpos of the sis s on i to try Cocke. Phipp, Lauderdale an I Ulackbiirn in Jail here, charged with the murder of (5. M. Wray on a train of the Mississippi Valley rail road r.car l.oland ou Monday morning. 80C llancreil Mii.alf la Jail. IOncvlrw. Ti'X.. Jan 5 W;tr ' - Hut sec just what a little dime amounts to in a short while when lost or saved often enough. Suppose you buy only twice a week and save only i dime each time by buying your groceries from the long established hotis- of I). Mike, Jr., it amounts to $ 1 0.40 a ear, and the long experience we have had in bnving and selling enables u to save that dime to jou on a small purchase and many times that on a big bill. Its your Io if vou fail to see us before you buy. Don't fail. 0 TELEPHONE 55. D. Jr.