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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE.
Vol. in No. 101. BRYAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 30, 1898. Price 5 cents. tie mm warE I Declared fr We are after tho HKST TKADK OF THI TOWN. To get and keep it, wo naturally have a Nice, Fresh and well selected hIocIc of Groceries. WE STUDY THE WANTS OF OUR CUSTOMERS. FULL MEASURE, GOOD LUEICHTS AND FRESH GOODS GUARANTEED. A TRIAL OKDKK will convince you of these facta. DR. B. S. READ, wi. E& J, FOUNTAIN, invitee lb eti'toioere l thie popular and well established lUf Store I on tin it. It utaia il their heed ( lartrr- mJ alio invitee the public tfen tally to call lwn in need of anything in the dm- Una Tba aw fere of emptor la retained, and the wants of customers ai l he piomptljr irnl carefully supplied. FINE PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY TBXEP1 1 N K 5. III. P. Franklin & Son," Butchers and Meat Dealers. ffe Buy Hides, Wool and Pelts. Markets under Academy of Music and next door to John Mike's store. Young Han, Young LadyDo you wish to Get a Wheel ? Htre It a Change to Get on. Without Cash Outlay. We hare male arrangement! to give away tbe fann us ALAMO MOl VI. I'M aa premiums :or new al nlhere to The Daily Kefir. iff L aflaT Here is the Way Get TEN new Cash ytarly Subscribers to THE DAILY EAGLE. none of ' mi are on our Hat at thla date, Feb. IS, 1MM, at oar low eat eaah yearly price, 16.00 per year, and we will deliver t yon, free i, I 11 nut n. rhartiee, a man'a or lady'a Alamo lllcyrl. We ran lu ni h them cither aith or without 0M .perial brand, "Tbe Htyan Kagle Koadater." With each wheel goeean oil ran, bicycle wrench, aaddle hag and air pump. It titled with Morgan A Wright tiree. Till': .It'VI'.MI.E AhAMO. - A little boy or little girl who wanta a wheel, may get a juvenile Alamo, the aame quality, with the aame nxtutet, for eight new raah yearly aubacrltwra. NOTICF.- Tao aix-nionth anbacribtra at 2 SO each, or four Ihiee inontb olierriUra at $1 25 each, will count aa one yearly aiibtcrlher in the aliove iroKaition. Hut partlea m i t not I preaent aubacribert to tbe Daily Kagle. THE AI.AM ) HK'YtJlaJB. Connectioiia Steal (aeltroted. ) Fork Crown Kal (drop forged.) Handle! Ban Drop r upturn, twA or wood. Cork (Jripi. WhecU 2S inch. Pedal Bat Tnp. Rims Bi"t Klin. TirtH Moran Si wnbl or tin. HiKkea Sclcctml Piano Wire. Beaiume Tool Ste.da (turnoil hy NOT A CONTHiT-Thlala not a conteat f .r a alngle priae, In which only one can win. We can f unUh aa many an may I earned, tio to woik. If y) ahould atop before getting enough to earn a wheel, we will pay a literal commlaaion on thoae ptocored. o you cannot It ae. We will help vou by forniihing all the free rample coplea you want or need, an I supplying information. Yours for Business, POKKCAKT FOR TO-DAYt - RUN Temperature VhUmiIj; Miilmnm Mafia, luiuin 48. ON INFERIOR AND CHEAP GOODS. The Grocers. to Do it : Qaar 61 W Saddle Leather. (Uulther or felt neck. Weight 23 to '25 Ilia. Otitf Black, Maroon niuely utriped. (Special color hy ar r.tnuemeiit.) Funnelling) Tool bag, oiler wrench, uir pump, etc., exporte. ) - THE DAILY EAGLE MISS St. LEON'S ANNUAL OPENING SPRING MILLINERY! A 8EN8ATION IN LATEST N EW YORK MODELS! Following her annual custom Miss St. Leon begs to announce her opening of New Spring Millinerv on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. To adequately describe the new and beautiful Hats, Trimings, Feathers, Flowers and Ribbons is a task beyond the power of mere words. It is an exhibit of the most glorious productions of the milliners art that the New York markets could supply. All of the Ladies are invited and Miss St. Leon uiurea litem that they will recall it aa a day to be remembered, whether they buy, or whether they only call for infection. In either caie their welcome will be moat cordial. Do not Forget the Date-WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. The .ToiuVnt t'oniuriiii; the Projt. Okitioi of Sftain. MOST BE SOME CHAKOEP. ..i i .... ..4 tf .i m Will It. I......,, lb. i lb. I iiii li i.i Will Aafc li. I Aruo.ll.r I. ....l. I Washington, March it Senators and other, who harr talked with the pn-ai-i.. m ur the prnt.otti'Ni for armutioe from 8p.,. .ud while it u bettt. i iu.l. li . i citn.iderrd by the prcideut in ctmrter tuw with iithr-r uKitiatliina he inaiata that any i x ; - - t anulatk-e. mu.t te nmiilid with other ninditiom wbuh hin ban not .hown a dupnalttoa to c 'i 'i . uid .'rhap will not acrvpt. Tbe tutor of the roridltlon u not tau-d. but it look, to tbe pi mtaiient ptce and arlf ltoenini.ut t'T tbe Cnlan. Il t aUtrd by one nator thai mat trr will be lruHbt to li..l within a M ry hort time The Suaniah .itnaliiMi u thy abatmna; autt trnu-t trail r th. only -ubw-t t of con- ulrratton at the Mat, war and naeytle. lautnwnta Th. Sianiiih inuil.ter, !Vn or Holo rracbad th. .tale department .nnrtly IWorr n., ami waa with J mitre Day ne.r half a Imiw. The uu.-lina; w aa by appntniaaeail The rapuru of riota at Havana M to the belief Ibat a move merit wa foot to have Amerv an hipa arnt to Cnbaa capital aa a mcaaurv of protrrtuia of AunTiran tnteiveta. SITUATION CRITICAL. Aautb.r Oalbrrak Thr.al.ami at I .aa Wr Ih. W.vl.rlt. New York, March M. A aprrtal The Herald from Washington, aaya : to Havana'. iax'l la in langer of ..i.tiirt.il tiv aitotiu r outbrake, aoch a n-currrd in the Cnbaa ctly jtut before tlte late mmd claaa halt lea hip Maine dmppBd aitchtv in it. liarbor. Otmanl Oaatrai Ue haa caUeil to the state do lartut.iit that tbe rituatlim U crtttcal. There ta ilanirer of further riota, grow. 1 tng out of the intent antt- American feeling among I he WryUrltea. In the light of Jencral Lev a durpatch, tbe aitminlatration autborttlea an quite aa much conorrnel about tbe ailuation bht Havana aa they nr. over the fear that i congrea. will attempt to force lh hand of the preaiil.nt. It ta now tritardwl aa vau of the ilaugvr pointa of the litnatton. The navy department ta keenly on the alert. Tbe atale department tranmnil tel Contal (ieneral Itee'e meeaage to Secretary Long, ami he at once infirrtnral t'aptain T W Sampaoti, i aninauder tn chief of the fleet at Key Weat, of the character of ita eontenta. (Captain Sampaou U in dlrvrt rommunt tatiou with Conanl (tenenl Le, and at tbe altghteet aign of trouble, a uteMUMre from ttu conanl general to llui naval of ftoer will maul I in the arrival of a man-of-war In Havana harbor within four boon. QUIETING DOWN Oaaaral WMilliinl and Han. aa.la la Wwk Oal lha lattl. Madrid, March 1. Complete tran quility prvvail. hem and in the prov ince lubltc opinion hoa ta.n quieted by the belief that the difncnlliea 1 bi n Spam and the 1'iiile.l State, will W arranged i a friendly way, and th iifwpawr place great atorc upon thu ronfereuoe between (Ieneral Wiaalford, United Stalea minuter, and Scnor 8a iraata, the trremier, which i to take plant at 4 o'clock tliia afternoon, ea. preaaing tbe belief that it will have Im portant pnetflp rvanlta. Spantah newipaperii alao aay the gov ernment of Spain haa decided to do cv erythlug onaatble to avoid war, tf the honor and dignity of Spain are not af fected. THE SPANISH REPORT. A eaaalal Maaaaaaar Will H.a.li Waab lua AI1..11I Iburolar. Nuw York. March ill. A dlapatch to The World from Madrid aayi: There ta a calmer feeling m loth to lltical and tluaneial qoartcra. Thla la dn to thu announcement that' relation! w 1th the United Statea are lea strained, the Amertcaii cttugruaa having coiiacut ed to defer dlacnaalon of the Maine re- port and the lurjjvr i ulu ceueatkun in inter that tht matter inajr be further considered diplouialii-ally to see If it ta ti.,1 il.i. inn li n iindcrsUndiiu: Tbe Spanish naval officer bearing the teit ami tnnulatiou nt the report of tbe Spaulah commission of inquiry into the loaa of the Maine nuot reaea Wash lagtoa before Thuradav. There fure, Korciirn Minuter (inllon lia cabled ei- tensive extracts of toe report to Minu ter Berna"-- at Washington, with in structions to lay tbe matter before tbe president and to give litem the Widest circulation in the United Slate. "United State Miniate Wooilford bad placed a traasuatioa Of tbe naval reply in the hand. MmUter ' (.nll.ui In ii.,unri)C..n. rtl ,.lf.,nt int.mat.d.l.at Ir. aid. nt M. K.uley had aetenninr.1 to pUce the whole Cuban qoeatum. with nil ita iaraea. in the band of tbe United Statea cottrrra. rabmit- ting all thu corrca'.mdcncc an I the con rular report. un the extraordinary tit nation lu Cuba Minister Wmlfnrd ha-l a long talk With St nor (inll'tn, and then agnwi to call on him for an interview, at which Premier SagaaU ami ('olotnal Minuter Morel would br preieat. Th. mora Iranqnil feoliaw U attrlb nted to the ministerial orfan Corrro and Uorrespimdi iii-ia. to the ptvasuro amicably brought to l-ar on the Ameri can goventlisrut by the Kunisaii ;.--v era. beaded by Aaauia. The ftwtnre of the pMadent'l laaioy which cauae the raosl anxu-tv in ofTtcul rirrhs in Madrid ami Havana la tbe propoaitlon to relieve the ilistrema-d Cu ban. 8IQSBEE AT WASHINGTON. Caataia ( lb. MaMaw Mala. Itaaahae il. ahMewal apn.i. Woahingtim. March II - 'aptain filgat..- of the wrecktal steamer Maine arrived in Waahtngton arly this morn ing fnau Havana. avonipant-l by Par- Kay. Chief Kugineer Howell, naval Cadet Holdeitau! I'r Heitet. rger. The captain as iiuin-liat. ly driven to hu home. MM Itigg place The cap tain a mlghUar 011 UMh ildc of tbe square on which ho live pnifuaely d-co-rattd (h ir n sidencet with flag and bnnliug and many sf hu fnond. and fellow office m liad will Urge NajoeU of American U-auty roae. and flower de aigpa of hla, anchor, etc., aa exprca Ion of their fri'-mUhii mid estt-s-m. At half paat 10 the captain went to tbe navy dcjiartuictit to rei-srt hi ar rival and uiciwrv' of a converaation he aid he had not yet reoeived auy atgn meitt to duty nor did he know w hat command would bo given him. He would la- ready, however, aa anon a ho could get hu wardrobe n-pionlahed to go aurwhcP' or i. rfonu auy duty that might be given hint. He had not ret made auy formal written rcpnrt to the department 011 the loaa of the Maine, but would do o aa s.sm aa he had a lit tie tiute at Ills dtlaal. Aa to the onnae of the wn-ek, Captain Slgat.-e, sold he could add nothing to hu testimony la-fore the court of inquiry, which had already been publuhed. Tbe raptnin said he knew very little of the general situation in Havana and there fore had formed 110 opinion aa lo wheth er thla country la likely (ohroaiie involv ed lu war with Spain Undent. In Havana, ho raid knew litth or nothing of what was is-ouring in Madrid la-vmid what waa n ported lu Ann Mean now paier. BOUND TO HAVE IT. t Al.pf.-lirl.il. ill lu s..l c uli.mi 'lust Has. Olht-r I ..11.IIII..0S. Woahingtou, March IV.- very do tennlnod movement is on ftt among membeni of the bouse In which protni ueitt membera of all parties aro iiss r aling to brinj: tho pniptwitiou for luti r volition in Culai to a vote if n. e, s-.irv by arbitrarily overruling the chair. The intention of tin se tneinl.T la to attach a reaolution for intervention to the appropriation for the rcliol of Cu ban W lllcll It el pel. -il the pn-sldelit V ill ak for, ninl it is claimed the fenr of tin. luu liidncol the pn'stdeiit to change hu plan and withhold the inesstip-. If the moaaago 1. not sent In. the programme U to pn-senl the roaoluti'iu, and if it I ml. il out of onb r, to ovt rtitru the rul- ' loir of the chair A ven- iroinlneiit iiieinls r, who i ttillg all hu cueigiea to promote tho foregoing programme, s.it tie it will li no delay ta-yund Thurxluy THE FAMILY lilLlll). Father, Mother and One QUA Mm -dered Var I'ainl Kock. THE FIEND USED AN AX. Th. Affair la Horn. what a M .t. ... V. lUuaah Ik. Ma. M'ha I ir.l i.il.J tl. Ili.-i.r . Ii Ji N Ir.l tn 11. v. tat II. Own I i...,. i. Rallinsrcr. Tex., March .-Abont a.- ii. ... ... tJw. u t, l.. a , ht . hu f . ' , , .... ..... "'"i ana . mm H1 4 ,r" u hnrt Th'' nnrl-raan- Mtppoeed to haw l-en done hy two men about middle are. The mnrdera were committed with an ax and dub. It appear (ha( la(e Sunday evening two men riding bay hone called at the reaideucc of a Mr. Lai- and asked to be permitted to remain all night and were nfnai-d. Home one during the night murdered Mr and Mr. Lee and one child ahont in mouth old and left an- 1 Other email child for dead, which con stituted the whole family. A man living near the honse of Mr. I Lee beard a uoue at the Lue residence and went over ta ascertain the trouble, when two men wren esen to leave tho place. He then went into tbe hooae, truck a match and found that the taalle had been horribly mntllated with an ax. and all were dead except one of the children, which at but account waa at 111 alive. Sixteen dollar I report! I mlaaing from I be lion e. Mr. and Mr. Lea recently moved to Concho county from Coleman county, Texaa. No motive haa been assigned tm the deed. Sheriff Kirk of this place and Sheriff Shield of San Angelo have gone to the arena of the crime Lit. v 1 -! r l..v a t. .- .!...ete nteaaag" raraaag.- from I'ainl Rock says that tho nmn w ho rejaarted the murder cut hu ow nthnatt The child u Mill alive. nan. Hat. Itaen .trr.at.d. fleorgetowit. Tex.. March The plan and ss-eitleatlou for the new SWHsaa for the Southwestern universi ty have Uvn accepted Bids fiar the contract of building arv now boiug .mi a.dcred, an i t - :..-1 th.it the corner -tone i.l In- laid in Juno, during th -c. :nnieii ein. iit t-xorclse of the uni v.rsity. The building w ill be a luiud--.-ii.. I -t .ry stow structure of modern stylo ami an-hito-tnro, and will coat complete, 4n,iM) or rKi,0tt). Two Vli.r. lto.lt. lt.r..rr..l. Chicago, March 2 Tbe l.aly of Frederick L. Hobinsoii ami tlutt of a woman. npsis, 1., I- li. H.itlle I at.- vidson, have Ish-u taken from the rniiu of tho Aver building KoUnaoo' body was idelitlfieil by paper in hu piket, but the woman's eorjsie waa to badly burn.-d a tola' u .rccognitiihlo. Twelve Ualies have lss-n f..uiel and Ave ja raou are ast ill musing. Lfin ...... Way. Sullivan, Ind , March mi - The Irveo on the Walauh haa gone out, entailing a loss of $100,000. Hundreds of families ar rendi-retl hnmoloas and destitute Such a null of water was never known in this section buftsre. Tbe wat-r is ruablng through the txvttnrn lands up rt.iting lives and taklug everything 111 lis path. It is feared that many ytplo who were slow to take warning have perished. ratal rail Ibrwaslalra. Terre Haute, I ml , March M. Pro fessor M. Seller, who, until two yean ago was a member of the faculty of the Stale Norm.il achtail fell downstair' at Ills home, and dit.l wain afttrward front tho shock, Th. attikr al llaaalna. Houston, March W -The atrike alrn atlon yesterday appeared much it ton- en couraging lotbiaa! who hope fur good mil. 1 Tin iUv pnssaM without any dla turlatnce Car. ran ou the seveml line. The militia la held lu readineaa fur au emergency. 1 .01 ...I It... I la IU0. NtH-hea, T. x., March V. -J. K. Mam mons, who lived with his son in law, ). I. .line s, at oohes. ua found dead lu hula-.!. He was.? yetir old and had Is ell -p.it feeble fur several mouths. The ilia tor attribute hu death to heat I fatlur- We are MOVING Too busy to write an ad. Our new tjuar ten aro Superb. Wo are preparing a great Easter Sale for our customers and the public Wait for it. JOHN B. MIKE. The Provider, And Original Cutter STONY BROOK Our Ieading Brandr? are the titand ardH hy which other Whiskies are com pared in thin market. Verhum sap. on. CLUB Patrons and Friends Of Bratoe, Madiaon, (i rimes, Robertson and Burleson Counties : Tbe combined Capital and assets of companiee rep. re-ented by me amount to mora than The capital and aaeii of Companies I represent writing GINS amount to more than infiilently believe that I can nerve you better am) cheaper than any one else in ktj Like it Risks, be they town or Country. have an efficient office force, the affairs of which are under the management of FRANK W. McCONN'lCO. I alaso represent Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York; Pacific Mutual Life; Am. Union Life; Fidelity and Caanalty of New York, Z for wfckh I am tb enly auuWiaM area I ta Ssrysa. I res sectfaUy seliril sad win; apraeial year bostaess. The GLOBE 4 WINES. LIQUORS AND CIOARS aTThe pularity of our place is due to our untiring . .Torts to eaae. YD ajel.-ome everybody, and treat all alike at the lob saloon. TAYLOR St COX, Propi lotura. The. JYSTER PARLOR ' -i k Bay Oyatajrt -erved in any .s an I cataleu sioek at , Candiat, Fruitt, Cigar t. Etc. Hi make a Specially of Don't Hesitate, NN lu n vou want FlNB LIQUORS. WlNES AND ClOARS, to visit THE EXPOSITION SALOON. The Poular Run so loner maintained by this Bar ia lut soli-lv to tho cxfi'llcnt titialtty of goods sold and th" skillful and Courtt'oua attention paid to tlu wants of all CoitO mi l. I'EXTRAI.Ll' I m V I U M THOROt Ulll. 1 1' M Dili; ii i- mm 1 -rm-A. SHKLSUfiNfi, - Bryan. Texas. CABIN HOME CANADA MALT $1,000,000,000 35.000.000 SALOON la the favorite resort of all tho who like a good drink skillfully mixed and taste fully served. We handle only the beet brande of . . . "NAME ON EVERY PIECE." LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. .owney's Fine CtaUtes. s