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VOL. 8. NO. 53.
BRYAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNINQ FEBRUARY 7. ,903.
PRICE 5 CENTo
M AT MOXTIiKAL
Extra Quality Evaporated
TritMi .infi.si'Ior's VwAu t fan
Stmt Clt Firikcrs rharjil Witt
of 2Ygfii;itioiH Mopping.
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We are ofTriiir the finest quality
of theae KtHHi eer brought to
Hryan. Prunes 50 to 0-2 lb
2."c; Jumbo evaporated peach
per lb. 15c; Extra Mulr eTaporat--d
poachy per lb t2S,'c; Extra
quality peart, aprleota. nectarine
pplna. pr lb, each. 12','c; Peel
ed peaohea, per lb 25o; Dried fljra,
Ier lb 12','c; Imported Smyrna
iliC. 3 Inche diameter, 2-Vj per lb.
8 crown dried grape, per lb 10c;
White Hwan-the flour that.made.
MUouri aoft wheat fatuous 1.25
inr.irLY iiisplkaskd
Cabled e Would Vt Longer Deal
With Itowrn, hut I Informed
by Lansdowae 1 hat He
Mnt Obey Order.
IIOVELL BROTHERS
'(Irocera and Coffee Roaater.
FRANKLIN BROTHERS.
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Jta - r a Bits
WAX
0
What are we
here for?
To serve our customer and the
puhlic in lyo, ns wc have
!one hcretolorc, with the best
and purest thus and the mo-t
careful presctiption work.
Thanking one and nil for past
favor, invite vour continued
I A T K O N A (J C
Washington. Feh OonflrnuMon
of the London dispatch Thursday to
the effect that Mr llowrn and the nrlt-
lb ambassador at an lntrrew Mon
day had a somewhat heated argument
obtained hr Indeed. It la stated
that should the character of the ca
blegram that the Uritlsh ambassador
ha heen sending to lilt government
regarding the attitude of Minister
Ilowen became puhlic the country
would he furnished with sensational
diplomatic Incident.
It I the opinion of Venezuelan ne
gotiator other than the Uritlsh aru
Imssador that the latter I directly re
sponsible for the abrupt breaking off
of negotiation with Mr. Ilowen.
it In the opinion In olllcial circles
here that Minister Ilowen ha an ab
solute right In actinic for Veneiuela to
object to President Kooevft's acting
a arbitrator. To do o would cause
Pain to Bowen, whoee admiration for
Roosevelt I well known, but he feel
obliged to keep well to mind the fart
that be U here not aa an American,
but a the representative of Veneiuela.
The Uritlsh imlni.lnr'. r.w.A..t
ha resulted tn several Impertinent do
tall of the momentou conference
laklng out. and the bow olMtlnlltt.
ted by other negotiator present. It
eem that when the Ilrltlh ambassa
dor, who took the lead at this confer
ence, had finished reading the cable
gram of Lord f rw.ln r,.
-.-... nr. uiiiaiudia;
nl last proposition for 20 and 10 per,
cent dlvUlon of custom receipt of I
I'orto Cabello and I ........... l
- urnnii
the m.. ni other claimant nations
respectively. Mr Ilowen at once re
mrke in emnhatic
proposition was but another scheme to
enerueia mto abetting aa
alliance against her for all year and
probably ionrer. lie a.M.i .... i. -
I uW not consent to any schema, fur
continuing th. inni am...... .... ' .
longer than he wis forced to
The diplomat stated afterwards: "It
Wa Mr. Itnm-.n j j .
, , - -iuwien ine
lM)mlmnei the moment tUe prpoaltion
was made."
Herbert I sa(H in k... ..i.i.j .
flon that he would no longer deal with
Ilowen.
Italian srwi C.
Itowen treated all courteously.
"Mr. Itowi n mut iim r.
tluela." pu i.l th. . . l r.
I. , mini i-iniar.
ambasMdor. "If he did not he would
ien our respect."
Herbert reci-lved If I. ....
Past f. w hours, a tin cablegram from
ifu" ?,n"' 11 '"f"ri"' fm he was
t ahIngton to obey order.
SToi;sAin; iwnim
Oae Mntnrman Was Handled Q Sack
Itongh ManneY That He He.
relied lojnrle nblrh May
I'raie Fatal.
Montreal. Fe'j. . Rlotlnj by tr!k
log employe of the Montreal street
rajlway and iheir symD4thlzer beean
fly today.
ear wa wrecked In les, than two
hour after a mats meetln hl,l after
midnight, at which the action of the
union In orderitg a general trlke w
endorsed.
tore thsn oM street railway em
ploye attended the meeting, and an
frqtial number of u,er friend waited
outside the hall to h-ar the reaalt ot
ineir deliberations The ns that
general strike bad been declared was
retelved w.th three cheer, and the
striker, accompanied by their friends
marched toward th different car barn?
houtlng and singing A large crowd
assembled at the be4 j 0f tt,. bam In
C -reet. The word wa pa,ed
rjunu mat a car wa running on one
of '.ha prlnclpsl street The crowd of
ioer and Mend wnt to meet it
- me cr reached Comer street it
was met with a volley of stonee. The
n9torn,aa was roughly handle, and
eg in leave the car. The mob
auriefl tonea and bricks at the ear.
cwnpieiriy wrerklnc ft
A hurry rail was sent for the police
Afpi'rol w?gon was loaded with nm.
cef and dispatched (0 the a. ine of the
not. out before they arrived the crowd
dispersed and there was no further
irwuoie at That polat.
I -. motorman who attempted to
car inn or ttie t,arn wa asault
" noly Injured that In all
pmnaijlllty h will die.
"!. I .... ...
,ur;iiiy ot me mriker are
rrei.u anadlann. and have the sym
pathy of that portion of the cooimun
Itji. It la said between luou and liou
tnn are out.
DEAL CONCLUDED.
OPERA HOUSE
TO-NIGHT ONLY
A. H. WELLA1AN & CO
Freccn Beaoifes
Buriespe Co.
EVERYTHING UPT00ATE
UTEST S0CS ANO DNCE3
LIVING PICTURES
JUST THE SHOW YOU-WANT!
Extra pood boxing exhibition between Kid Barry, the
champion bantam weight of the world
barrinjj none, and hi sparring
partner, Young Sharkey
Usual Admission.
B
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James & Hart
The leading
Druggists
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0 THE BRYAN STDAM Jf
0 A
ANTI-TRUST BILL.
rongreoman Henry of Te.a. AH.Irer,
Ilia IIoum on lha Mallvr.
Washington. Feb. 6-tn accordance
rlth sp.vlal order under which ib
house g operating, that bodr contln.i
tied the debate upon, the anti trust
till.
Mr. Mrnrv (T t ) s.ii.1 ho n ...
txtteml..t. II.. did not desire to wage
w:ir on legitimate corporations, but be
Id believe that mononnll
coulj be and hhould be outlawed.
Teiaa TapltalM ome lata f imUi 4
a alaabla Stlxr Mlaa
Chihuahua." Mcx. Feb. fi Moye
Wick and C. E. IVlna. of Austin. Tex.,
reprwentlng a" syndicate of capital
ist nf thwt it i. . .
iiatr jui constirn-1 j
mated a deal fr th purchase of tJ'-J
famou Sierra Rica mlnn rt it.
from rrealdlo. Included In the deal
I the contiguous Amelia mine, the
two aggregating 7J
- - r - "... n iaa , mmj
several thousaad acre of surrounding
land. The price agreed upon Is secret
n m Miijwn IO DO a aree nn i
The Sierra Klra I one of the fa- Tj
mous old silver mine In Mexico and r-t
THE TEXAS RAILROAD
I. & G. N.
Texas' Greatest Railroad.
in
n
ha a record of enormou production
in
in
ry f 0
t Laundry
He, Still doe the best work and lead in
popular favor. We have two new
wagons running. No delay in getting
w your bundle or delivering them
g A. E. CUORUEY. Prop. NorT4i.
4U JZx tlX . Bv . la. u. . . .
la.ici.
Ktetf.UTal
nMIMalliaiaa1,,,....tt.ttiaBiiijj
j We furnish or repair everything.
I ! . KFPAIR WORKS, Brjan, r..
Meanivr Wanlvil.
Constantinople. Feb. 6. The Turk
Ish government noilfM Marl Muss,,,,,
st-h Steamship company to send In
the return number of mcanicr availa
ble f,,r use iu transports with a view
to th( possible illun..n,h i..
Me boillc ,,f trn,m from . .:.
Aslactlc Turkey, t0 Kuropean provln-
t c tf Tn.l .... I..
- .-. conneciion with the
Macedonian revolutionary movement.
PIr. ,r laillma.
Clarendon. Tex , Fi b. 6.-Much In
terost Is manif.'Hted here In the Ilryan
.luniBiiiine Mill now liefore the leKU
lature I.ocal catilcnien are unlt.sl n
r .nueniuinK thr bill and hay It means
tbn re.luctiun in price f $5 on every
head of caiile above the line If the
moasuro carries
Tea Jnrnra kwarnl,
V v i. . . ....
..." ren. I. When court Bd
Journe.1 in the trlnt i,t mm.- n 1 '
1 nun n . . . . . m
"i ine murcer nr Mr. f
nna runner, ten Juror had been oh
talnH. Young ..l,ed better ttwin
Wednesday, and waikeil Int.. n u..
eank heavily Into a chair and let his
head fall on the table In front of him
hut nevertheless to.,k ri Interest in the
examination of the tallymen. Huring
lull In th pro e,. fines Young aM
audibly to one .f his counsel. "Can't
you get me the Molincux rabbit f.xr?"
At one stas" of the proceeding he fell
asloep for is minute and then relaps
el Into fpcran e of seml-com lou
res.
SUPERIOR j-
PASSENGER
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MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT.'.;
International Sc Croat 'Northern,
sarar oum aom ... .
t.Trtoe.r.P.Aaiir nT .
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Unrt Ittror I Kill Mnnitav.
Dover. Del.. Feb. fi -H.-gular Repnb
Itcan in the IMawnre legislature
through their cornmlitM a.L.i .,.
Addick caucus, which had been railed
tc consider the withdrawal of Addick
from the race for rnltii stntn. ..,,.
tor. ror an extension of time until
Monday, 1h latter reluctant i vi..i.i
ed. '
Ir lnly OlMrel.
Monterey. Feb. S Buslnes wa
auspended In Monterey and generally
throughout the republic Thursday be
lng: the fortjr-alxtb anniversary of the
i'i"iuuigaiiin ot the institution of
Mexico. The day wa observed by the
raising of the national nag over the
public bulldinga At BUI! ri "it a rfnm f a.
nlel by the playing of the national
hymn and salute by the military com
panies and the reading of the const!
tutlon on the pla.a
Important I'rtxUlnn.
Washington. Feb (5 -The postofflce
ppnipnaiion Dill, passed by the house,
contain an m port ant provision that
ha not attacked much attention. It
provldo that hereafter poatoCTlce shall
accept for transmission in the malls
quanime or not les than 2000 iden
tlral piece of third or fourth class
matter without postage stamp affix
ed. providing that the postage I fully
prepaid.
Hating llimnilly.
Havana Feb. 6 -Th i,.ini .,i..
tfo on the bill Drovidlna f.ir is. i -
cf a loan to puy soldiers I encounter
ing gret dlflwully In drafting the
revenue feature so as to niiur i
of bonds without materially affecting
uuuiiti nere.
Ntrlae I a.lnr.J.
Montreal. Feb. E At a .
Inf of 1000 atreet rnitwav
atrlke was endorsi d.
tivlrieaee Hart rtrt . ii..-
rhlladelphla, Frb. fi. After sitting
exactly fifty-one day the anthracite
commission concluded the hearing ol
wrtnessc t 5 o'clock Thursday after
noon and adjourned tint II net Mon
day, when It will begin o hear argu
tnent of counsel representing the ev
vrai aiues.
The JeWel
Laundry
Civcsjprompt and excellence: service; our work is unex.
celled anywhere in Texas; we use nothing to injure oui
clothes; ring 'phone No. 277 and our driver will call foi
your clothes, a a Your ratronari? u-iti iv af,nre.-;i
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JEWEL LAUNDRY w,Llir.RETT 3
IMMMMMPM
s i ne mutual BenetitLife I
i Insurance Company. ' j
J NEWARK, N. J. J
Mlraek AgalaM Tas.
Madrid. Feb. Five thousand drl
er employed by the carrying com
panies here went on strike aa a protest
gainst a tax levied by the municipali
ty. The carrying buslnesa Is entirely
suspended. i
Fredartok Fmllmrhnram fr.iA..
PAID POLICY HOLDERS HINCK ORGAXIZATION IN 1ms.
Policy eUinu ll04.Tls.A3 04 ... t. .
MKMI K U.bllltle. ,
Dividends..
Surrendered policies
Total
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