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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE. BRYAN, TEXAS. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 2, 1898. Price 5 cents. Vol. in No. 106. HE WEATHER warE Declared fr ii r'OltEf AHT IW TO-DAY: - FAIR Temperature l'esterday Mluium Ti Mln- i lium 50. THE HOPBji PEACE. It b (irnloallr Diminishing; from the President' Mind. 8PAIN'8 REPLY 18 EVASIVL ON INFERIOR AND CHEAP 800DS. Wo are after the BUT TRADE OF THE TOWN. To got ami keen it, w naturally have a Nice, r rcnh and well selected stock of Groceries. WE STUDY THE WANTS OF OUR CUSTOMERS. FULL NIHASURE, GOOD UJEIGHTS APiD FKHsrt GOODS GUARANTEED. A TRIAL 0RD1B will convince you of thene Facts. HOWELL BROS, The Grocers. r- " ! 1 ' ' DR. B. S. READ, succ.$rt, E. .1. FOUNTAIN, TK. P.. ling al Waahlngtoa I. I.glf 111mm; 0..r fMNhl Satllsaaat Taasa Caaaalllag I U.f ... la Talk. invitee th rutlonitrt ol I bat popular and wall e.tabh.hed I'm. Store to i ontinne to make it their heado'tarler. and alao idvitaa the piblic van. erahy la rail win d in read ol anything in ta drug Una ol empl yi.. retained, and the want, of cnatoraer t and rnr.fuliy up lied. The same rVire I I l promptly FINE PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY TKLKIM ION I CU. P. fnankWn & Son, Butchers and Meat Dealers. ffe Buy Hides, Wool and Pelts. Markets under Academy of Music and next door to John Mike's store. Washington. April I. Judge Day, Mutant .rrtary of itate, notwith standing the late hoar at which be left the Whit- Himae hut night, waa again there at an early hour thu morning ami in oonferaooa with the president. The prealdent went rarer the altuattoo thoroughly' with Senator De vi., chairman of tlte senate committee on foreign relation!, and bowed him the dupafa-h from Madrid that ha had received. W hen the interview waa enderl S-tiator Davla jumped into hi carnage and hurriedly dnrve off with the atatement that ha could not reveal what had taken plaoa. It cm be reiterated authoritatively that the lateel diapatrh from Madrid U thoroughly uruatufactory to the admin latration. A reply to the Spanish re- ipnnar will not be cabled nntil after the meeting of the cabinet, which apent the greater part of the morning considering the matter That the prealdent ha lea confidence In a peaceful ultimate of the nut. come. I now apparent from the Tlewt he cinrmi d to v-ral of hla cloaeat friend While he eipressly refrained from Hating that lie had given up all hope, one of hi cloae political friend Intimated Immediately after tiring do, eted with the preident. that the fettle ment on a peace baia aevuied eiceedlng- ly unlikely. The prealdent 1 aware of the trong sentiment In congn- and la taking the leader into hia confidence That congrea may tie In accord with htm he i not attempting to withhold Infor mation In hia poueMion from them, but at the aame time la taking steps to pre vent diplomatic Information that might arnoosly affect negotiation now rapidly reaching a cllmaa from tiring made public and earned tack to Madrid Thu Caakea thoae leader who ec him very reticent. Senator ami representative formed a csmtinuou atream of callers up IS the of the aasen.'.. n- f th- ahtnet, eration for an honorable and stable peacw to the Insular r.iam in, with, out wboM con urr. nc. tin- -;mi.ii gov ernment would not be able to arrive at the Anal reault, it being understood that the power reserved by th- contituti n to the central govenment be not lessen. I or diminished. Aa the Cuban chamber will not meat until the 4th day of May, the. Spanuh government will not, on it part, object to inspenaion of hostliltle. If asked for by the insurgent, from the general -in-chief, to whom It will beloug to dt termini- the dnratiou and condition of suspension. The prealdent will communicate with congrea a anon a h can prepare I The foregoing. Including the hut pu graph, waa made pub.tr lnini'iiui. after thu cabinet meeting. ALL CONCESSIONS ENDED. Baala Will Nat Tula la Amy Mar Mnr. ttaniaatl Iron. Thl. Itnoilir. Mailrid, April I -Ac.nrdliig to the beat information obtainable here, Spain haa definitely reaolved not to make any fanner com ceaioiu to the t'ulted State. A SHADOW OF PEACE. WINNING PRICES FOR MARCH Aulaurllle. al Madrid Net a I'saeefal Allllnda I. About Hearhe.l. Madnd, April 1 Tb-opinion la eg. preaaed from an authoritative source that an agreement between tho govern tnenta of Spain and (he t'ntted State will t reached, Including the Mainl and reeoncentradofu-tlon It la added that thi alo mean arnving at a dura ble peace aolutlon. It la alio aaid the government and Captain General Blatco are In accord with the peninsular government to aa lat tu thi work of peace. Thoae who an- but informal here be lieve peace la aaanrvd. utile 1're.tdent McKiuley'a hand are forced, making him depart from the l aim attitude lie asautued throughout thecruts. It I far ther armtofflctally iwrtwl the Spunuh government, believing they in-orn-ctly interpret the wnttiiiciit j:.-!n . mid lofty aim" of the president, aw-n that Spain will not hritate at everything neceaaary to preeerve ac without other limit, than national dignity and territorial Integrity ." The viewa from an aothontahve source are that the sub-tancs, of tta of ficial note on the nbj- t wa published here ttslay The Spanish govenimont takea a brighter view of the relation with the t'nited State., and believe peace u secured Iiiij. -rT.i nt n,-w .japcr in term protest again.t the United - .1.. ... irn.g inrtepenileiwe. hnt it tenor u to proteet again! any form M Cuban government other than that now being med on by the Caban autheitv tiee. The appeal la atgned : Joait Mania Calvcx, t'reudent of the Honorable (krverument of Cuba. ALL WERE SILENT. Foreign M.lallua. ( unitnltla. Caald Sa Ha ladarad la Talk. Waahlngton, April I. Th foreign relation committee of the aenala met al.mt noon and remained In aeaaton an til 13 : 25 The reply of Spain, commuui- (ateii to the member, u aald to be prac tically a rejection of the demand of the United State. After the adjournment of tho commit tee Senator Davu, thalrman, left the capitol and went to the White Hooaa. The member of the committee were more noncommittal than usual after this anuion, and all of them Indicated try their grave countenance and general demeanor that tbey considered that the crUla had arrived They refused to re v al any of the proceeding of the aea lon. But vime of them ataled that the committee could report within 80 min ute if called upon to do ao. We are MOVING SPANISH CRUISERS SAIL. Too busy to write an ad. Our new quar ters are Superb. We are preparing a great Easter Sale for our customers and the public. Wait for it. JOHN B. MIKE, The Provider, And Original Cutter To Wkm I. t'akaawa, a lk aaanl.a Ta.a tied HU r-a.ll. Havana. April I. At norm today the Spanuh cruiser VlacayaandOjnen do nail . It would aeem from the fact that STONY BROOK the Aeeociated Pre was notified by the cable company that the above dispatch wa apparently ended, that the censor killed the words which followed "ail " NO FURTHER TIME. The v I in ini.traili.il aad ftpals Caaaa Have ILi..n. Meade. Washington, April 1. -The senator ami member of congrea. who aaw the pr-sldent today told him it was not poa ible for congrea to delay the caban .- -Hon ! v md Monday . that if Spain ha aaked farther time, it would etrv only to increase nneasinea in congn-. It It Is their opinion that neither Spain nor the administration would be granted further time. liaagad th Plan. Waahlngton, April I The order given to the eight compamea of Twenty fifth infantry to proceed to Dry Tortu ga. have been revoked. There haa been pr ritent ol Je tton to fortifying or gar n ming thi place, which waa ataan '. aa- .1 i;- Tije p.-.-nt iletermi nation to adetraately defend the CABIN HOME Our Leading Brand? are tbe Stanl ards by whicb other Whiskies are com pared in this market. Verbum sap. OUR CLUB CANADA MALT T COLE BROS. Kvery Department brighleiifil ti wilh I'relty New CoxmIi lid I'rt-tty Style.. We show you new LAWNS, in s iKiTKS ami ( lIKi'KS, very Pretty .inl very Cheap. We offer you a Choice Line at ftr, ie and 10c yaril. NIJW DRKHS (ittODS of all KimU, OKOAKDm, While (totnlri, clc , UIBHtlNS. LACKS, KMIMMUDKU1KS, Ladi.a Sl'ltlMi SllttKS, Kleg.mt Line of Ladiea' L'NDR WKAU. Call and are for yourself. We are confidant wv can please you in Quality, Style and irien. COLE BROS. comment on the note in this itruin, bat but were unusnallv nurded in their eg. Innuirie. m.de but evening of Unlt- preai.ma after they left the prcwdent, ed State. Mmi-t-r W.nlfM 'ud to J which I to be oooaipied aa a large naval ' r I . I at 1 a I al 1- IHM ..).... 9r ks .hlna sa aupdaa . raving the .ituation wa. t... grave to ad- ."'' counnmng ue omiuue , --''""- "' " -- mil of prauibk mlartu.rtation or mutn- lc Impreaalona prevailing here He haa tcrpretatton of atterancea at thu time. an earneatly been a friend of peace Cantata (rmwninahteld. chief of the ' throughout, tluit hi. .lieu. - now au-. I uiui il .nsi-iy in oipioui4ii i-uvm. I General Woodford wa bu.y until lata hut inght The utatance of yeterday' pronoa ala to the SMiih government the A aoclated Pre, correspondent learns. Is : 1 That the in.urgetit ahonld aak for anuiatlce, and not tbe United State. t That the piiue.t forarmutlce.hould U dealt with by tho antonouiut cabinet of Cut, and w ithout intervention or the good office of the United State. It la canon to note bow little interval the geneml public took In yotcrday'a important conference. navigation bureau, whoa, duty It la or der movement of all naval w-el. and to keep track of matter U aring on th. comparative naval atrrngtb, waa um moned to the cabinet meeting daring 1U deliberatuma I aptain Clover chief of the naval in telligence bureau, and Captain Barker, naval aide and a memU r of the .trategy board were alao called iuto conaultatlon. SHREWD PIECE OF WORK. Jno- M. Caldwell Ila.juat receiveii an elega"1 hue ol UP-TO-DATE JEWELRY including all the laleel Fad and Noveltie. Beautiful line of ML KItS. Large line of (.old, Laid Hllfi and Htrlls( Mltff I iff l.lW Scarf pini and Shirt Si ml ol all kind. AfW HlC I HieirhtH, iirludllK Four Leaf Clovers." 0l lack ti all wk vter th. I1LK WHICH 0V1BDI la all nyU. LOCE EACBLITI in QU and Silver, .11 ilea. All kind, ai Olaateab pro teet your eya from Sun or duet. I take uncial plea-ure in FIT I I N BL AnsI s t all alio nerd Ibem. ions M. CAI.DWKI I.. VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY AT A BARGAIN. The old hometttsd ol the lats COL. A. C. L HILL, nesr the Graded School Building, and con taining about one Acre ol land. For Sale by ARMSTRONG 4 NAGLE, Attorneys al Law. i. btjv yo i it- Bread, Cakes Rolls, Etc., -HOM THK- HOME BAKERY. H.J. MA ON AIR CIVIL ENGINEER Sanitary und Hvdrnulic Kn- gineering. ipsfi Surveying and Draughting. 508 MIAN STJOUSTON TEX NOW AT EXCHANGE HOTEL, BRYAN . MirrRKKHKM MA UK AND ol It OM.s HI I'M I if. Th. aatsaaigaad eSke hfc) wrv lee io ih cut- ... oi iiriaii iid ihnlclHlljra Maife Mkri TiTt iirr K.i'r hy Miilaaiaa la aaaaj clUl.M. I idle ii the mtuiu hNim ul ml 11 w h' AKT A LLYi Colored. Full weight lovea of the Beat quality, Aluuaya freah, and pair treatment la uuhat I guarantee OTTO BOEHIKIE. Phone SI BW.Ir al .ala Warded aa a. la Hat Ii. I eve I'paa tk War I a. Waahlngton, April I The reply of Bpaiu was In effect that the indent n fj i .f i 'una in.-aii- the i eaaton "f Spaiu.b territory, which cannot ! done without the conaent of tlte Spanuh cor laa, which i. not In eeton, and will unl be In neton until April ', and cotue quently no deflnlte answer conld be re turned to the demand of the United State nuttl the cortee aaaemblee. The counter propoettiou were nib. milted that the Cuban matter .hall U attlcd upon a laula erjuitabb- among nation., and the United States wai aaked to give time within which the in urgeut can aee what they want und ascertain what can lie done In the nature of peaceful arttlemeut Senattar who know the nature of the reply ay It la a vary ahrewd pie-e of di plomacy, and made for It effect on the world at large. It la aald the reply 1. untattefactory to the prealdent. He dce n4 lielteve It will be aatlafactory to congress. No on. at the capital haa undertaken to apeak for the prcsideut, although Hi e who have seen him say hi boat for a peaceful aolutlon of the difficulty have been disappointed by the reply of Spain. PART OF SPAIN'S REPLY. Will Raiaand HaslllUls II (lame. Will A.h Far It. Waahlngton, Airil I The following is an abalract from the telegram re ceived from (ieneral Wi.alfonl last evening on the general situation iu Mai tie inform the government of the United Statea that ( Ieneral lilnnco Int. revoked the decree re IntiiiK to the rccou en I ratio, in the etcrn province, of Cuba, which i nuiter.toi.l to U the APPEALS TO VICTORIA. yorr. Urgent of tpala Waal. Help I rum in ' ' i 1 1 al Kaglaatl. London, April I Tbe iiucvu regent of Spain ha aent an autograph letter to the queen of Kngland, the New York World rorre.petident leant from a high Mrurce. iniiloriug help Qnet n Maria Chrutiua l-i, Uueeti Victoria to hm her influence to prvv.nl upon the Itnti.h government to .upport Au.tna and Prance In an attempt to m-ure Kurope an mediation. Thla extraordinary .top ha pBSI taken by the iUeen regent aSSSSM "f the cold reception acttmled by the llnti.h gov ernment to tbe representation of the Swuileli mill . i--.nl. 'I respecting limlia- lion. The World' informant atld. : "Qneen Victoria .imply forwanletla copv of the iiiiet n regent . letter to Iml Salisbury, whose policy will not in any way be affected by it Kngland will (ol I erete no policy of boLtcring up Sunnh j nile In Cuba." The opinion prevail that the govern i no ni will In- pn-iwed from the Liberal lirauch of the 1ioum of common to rec ognize the independence of Cuba a. m.in a. the Unltitl ilia-a o. ried with It the assignment of troop The military antnorltlra say Dry Tortn gas is not fit for occupation, and that sending tbe men there would be virtual ly puttlug them In a death trap. The plan for defense do not contem plate Immediate fortification of Drj Tor tugs, and the Infantrymen who would occupy the antiquated fort would be at the mercy of tin- trong gun of an ene my. For thu reason Colonel A. 8. Burt has been directed to take eight com panies under his command to Key Wet for the present II may be neceaaary to .end detachment, to Dry Tnrtngaa to do certain work In tbe Island, but there will be no formal occupation by the Twenty-fifth Infantry aa a body until the fortifications hare been trengtheti aj and modern guna erected In the em placement. paal.n I lag Torn ta Taller. Chicago. AprU, I. The members of the Seventh regiment, Illinois National guard, tore up a Spani.b flag that was among the wall dectaatloua al their armory. The incident occurred al aa athletic entertainment given by the region nt in it armory on Wabash ave- nue. High aLtve the arena In the cen ter were fe.toon of the flaga of all na tion, hung long before the preaeat trouble legau, and among Ibem were -.A -ral gorgcon red and yellow banuera of Caattlian pride. Tbe entertainment wu scarcely under way when -otne soldier inc. .1 the bate ful fold of Spain', blight colon flap ping iu.t above hla head Then, the u :;, ... - - i Miifu.ion and pande monium held way. Men In tbe uni form of the regiment went up high In the air. climbing on the ihouldcis of ex cited patriot and clutching at tbe Span lab flng Somelirtly seised a banner and dragged II down. The men fairly flung themarlrea upon the shimmering fold, of yellow and red, and the sound of ripping cloth could be heard high al.ive the uproar. Anotln-r flag oame down; it waa dragged around the an na, trampled on and torn to fragment. The GLOBE SALOON Ii the favorite resort of all thoee who like a good drink ekillfuliy raized and tacte fully eerred. We handle on!." tbe bail brand of . . . 4 WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. ie jOpolarity of our place ia due to our untiring efforts to V aeli-ome everybody, and treat all alike at the rlob TAYLOR .V COX, Proprietor. coae. ealoon. a a a Patrons and Friends Of Braxo, Madison, Grimes, Robertaon and Burleson Counties : $1,000,000,000 35.000,000 Ii' .l"T City, The combined Capital and aetata of companies rep resented by me amount to mora than Die rapi'al and aaeu of Com panic I represent writing OINH amount to more than I jinfidentlv believe that I can serve you better and than any one else in liy UN ST Risks, be they town or Country, have an efficient office force, the affairs of which are under the management of FRANK W. McCONNlCO. I atlao represent Equitable Life Asiurance Society of New York; Pacific Mutual Life; Ana. Union Life; Fidelity and Casualty of New York, Far welca I aa th. eoly aulaorissa agent la Brian I rvspactfallj esttcil sad w appieeia. roar biuta, TKnc U Uairdtrtn M fl 'province of Malanaaa, Sant.i I ,hirn. Ha- nuvi lit Mil vrivrit. ... ars , vans and Pinal del Rio 1 sal tbe Sn- Hi mi, Tenia, Specialist iii. i:m i iti:i In I'l.f.te. ni lb Ksclnm ilrull.l and I tlnsn Org. siei passsssai wg WITHOUT mi uI ,VKll!FF "' ,,',r"ll'' Tem Itoalnea. K I rl r t ' I, A . flxsl UM. 1 1 H INU and l'l KIIATRIi H IW III I I , N.i MSta, .1 Km ko lrn g HUir .rri rntsr and '.nirilH. vl hiiair ac rj.n lil.s Meli.ti). TiienUr, Wtilutiita aud I liuridar Ith goverinneiil place I nt the ilioeal of th. captain general a credit of H,000, 000 peseta i ffinn ooo) to the end the country perjle may return at once and with success to their InUir. The Spanish government Mill accept whatever assialanee to feed and succor that may lie ent by the Uulted State In accordance with the plan uow iu op- A PLEA MOST QUEER. Halite lino Ami, -tills. Iu I -o, Ap peal In sVaSaSSBt M.KInle,. Washington, April I -The Cuban gov ernment imcninng then-by the pn sent hnnie rale authorities in Cuba and not the insurgents I has up en led to the pre idellt of the United Slut, s to respect tbe "Will of Hie lii.ijonly of aba BSajSI of Cula " 'J'lit- ups al dt clan . the major- it v i.pr- nt tlnc in f.ivor of home rule under Spanish sovereignty; thai the insurgent, are in the minority; that the majority bus a nghi to rule its own destinies; that it would K an injustice for a foreign w ill I meaning the United States) to impose usiii this majority a political regime contrary to it will; and that It would SS a great wickedness to ill piste of It lot w it hunt its nwiieon- .lit. The appeal to the president duet not Stripping Warship. K,v West, April I The work of .tripping the United State warship of their wissluork, la order to make them ready for war orvitv continnea The trol of the fleet will tie continued at night until further order. OaW.Mer.il llehlatl Closed leaor. Washington, AprU I. The senate went Into executive session on motion of Senator lidgc, a member of the com mittee on foreign relations The pur sme of the secret acsaion was for the consideration of the resolution reported from the committee on foreign relations for acquisition of Danish West Intlla Is lands The reason for considering the lull Iwhinti closed door u the belief that our relation with Spain will nec essarilr Is- discussed and that informs tloii mik'lil Is- divulged that would be of advantage to that country. Arthur Orlsn liaatl. LaSjisa, April I - Arthur Orten. th Tichborne claimant, dletl uf lyuoope The Kspv JYSTER PARLOR Jr9 ".rwirk Bay Oyttsu isrved in any h aal natalsM HMek of Canditt, Fruitt, Cigan, Etc. Wt mak SptenHf of -NAME ON EVERY PIECE." LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons Lowney's Fine CkKoUtes. Don't Hesitate. When vou wtnt Fine LiauoRS, Wines and Cigars, to visli THK EXPOSITION saloon. The Poular Run so lonn maintained by this Bar is (Un solely to tho cxcfllfut tjuulity of goods sold and tho skillful and Courteous attention paid to the wants of all ('usto men, '"ESTR.ii.ly i.om t n vm thukuii.iii. i p. in mu; ll waaasi ssiaaaaaiai A. SUELlH'fiXE. Bryan, Tex is.