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fHE BRYAN EAGLE. Vol. Ill No. 112. BRYAN, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1898. Price 6 cents. DA 1 1 . V v- HE WEATHER rortr.t'AHT ivoit KA1R Temperature I'eoteid.r. Mailuium 73 Min i i IIIIUIU !. GOOD EATiNG You nrrm I half the of Lift Eat over 1000 times a Year; and WHY NOT Eat the Best SANGER'S ...THIS WEEK.c NEW SI'RINQ GOODS. fiRENADINES. Dimities, iimm;sAiy Contains Information That Will Lad to War. SCORES SPANISH ANARCHY. Tka lsr.tr. etl.a at the Main. I. iu lra -paia-.. Ntwriila ILruui. aaaattallm I Mblf to ( . f -- Ln K-aJjr l Laar.. hen jou run get reiiHoinilili prift s at ut mich Use Gr X ory Flour. HOWELL BROS. The Crocers. for Tour H-n r. aa to Ml Huj gum. Insect Eggs. Til M M It JAVK ami place tli.m in the iels. Thev are sure to Mlem, Lire, Flea, uorvm ura hd i oilier lea. l.cv kicpout Moib., and .re nn racellent .!. n'e. t;wt. An Egg will last THREE MONTHS in Actual Use and then it. .v I na. a Ir-.t n., TIk-v guaranteed to be of grrai i-enrni id urn tti'l tloir broo-la. rol.J l.v M. H. JAMES, The Lead ins: Druggist. Don't Hesitate, hn vou wjuit Fink T.totthpq WiMra Avn -.- w w v V Ail ikj A.I tf UIQARS, 1,1 Vl.lt 1111; li.M'OSITIO.N SALOON. Tlie Poular Run so Inn-' inuintaiiiril bv l'.ir i. diii' v,,,.!v i, i l,n PICfllellt qUUlltV of ".in. Is v.. iin.l tlu Willful nml Courteous attention paid to tlu wants of all Custo- ,p"1 d !,r P-i..nt. uh due ii tmjtam. ....u miTu, New York. Auril 0 A The World from Wellington say : lbe httfh privilege, of .-eina the nn-si- .1 . . . uem message ra born cci,nl.il to only four roii outside the caliim t all leadiiiK men in the national K"-rn- rneut-and it U most aiiminVatit that each of tbeae four men now t-aprvsse hi ronal belief that war U iuvvita tie. Having aeeu what the president Will Communicate to niT.ire.s tlu.r declare that do other result U possible. Ihe opening; Part of the nuj i devoted to a ten review of the whole Cuban! niurrectioii. It U show n that it directly concern! the in-ojiio of tlie United State and their interest in the Island aud on the bich nca. The -tlen of our people, wlut ther have done and what they have fon borne to do, 1 tiointed out The president then recite six ilio act. tiowing the onifiu and ipnml of an an hy in the Wand. Hu nfi n. in d tail, to the devastation of fertile l.laina- tion. Itr point out the utarratioii of an innocent and ino!Tenive people a a reult ot tin anarchy, which tlie Snun Uh irort-ntiueut ha never Ut-n abie to quell, and in which, recently, Spanish othcr have participated. Thi theme of existing an.m'hr. in fact, mm through all ti e inessaw-an an hy, that i "tho wh'i!e historr of tl.e f'nUn war," as the pn sid- nt himself lenu it. It U against thi ananhr that the forcei of the l'nitel State are to t promptly uel if the Spanish ifow-rn. tnent, at the final hour, doe not eratit the concfssiun. absolutely necessary to n-move anl destroy it. The president iMiiutt mil the jntiflca Hon tor interference t.v i).. I'mi State. In hi ooinien tilainlr and ev pieiuy eipresse.1, tin interferetuv hould take the form of forcible inter ention, o that the auan-hv ami Uw lewnes now vxtstitiij ilall have an iin mm iate end Ther. are two counts in Dm iii.ti -r. Lawns, Organdies, Laces, Sash Rib bons, Embroideries, Silk Waists, Percale Waists, Silk SkirU, etc. etc. ILL COMING. NEW COODS will be opened up this week which we believe you will take j-Uasure it) examining. for the Gentlemen A. SHELBUilXE. - Bryan. Texas. BATTLE WITHOUT BLOOD! SAX AXTOXIO April 2oth and 21st. tury llllil I'Hra.le -I.N ntnetit Tr'j' !rill Jno. M. Caldwell The flrt count i the, memice to the commerce of the world, and particu'.ar iy to that mrt w hich t sujiported br tne L niten Mate and controlled bv it flair The president ive tnecifio instance oi ine aepreciation or American com tnerce with the West Indie, since tl... actual overthrow of civil jcoveniment in Cuba wa accomtilisheil br the creati.in of a government which has it founda tion in anarchr. Hut it U in the eeond count that the president dccnlic to the p-oph. of the 1 1 4 T r rmi ids lerru.ie r smt or til! UA 1 U I law les.ues under Sintmsh rule. Item n he deal with the dest ruction of th Elaine lu plain, forcible laiicmiKe tho pp si M iijtiili.eiit Sir-el I'.'.-uit .Kl-.l).v..rute. Hicvi l. "xrtl. B il'l C'otiti'tf , Hall-, etc., an. I IlK.UTIrTI. ItATTl.K FLOW HI IS. Excursion Ticket on rale ly i. & a. x. n. u, Vt Prlli'iilr. ki.plf to Tl. ksl At , nr 11. J. I'Hil K, (i. P. A., I At!. N. It. It, 1'rtlcBtiiie, Texas. VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY AT A BARGAIN. The old homestead ol the late COL. A. C. L. HILL, near the Graded School Building, and con taining about one Acre ol land. For Sjle by ARMSTRONG 4 NACLF, Attorneys at Law. Kioathr, Inrludlic 'rour Leaf Clovers." H.J. MacNAIR CIVIL ENGINEER 8nit!ry uii'l Hvilrntilic V.u Uipeft Suivpving iitnl I ruti lit -in If. 608j MIAN ST. : HOUSTON TEX NOW AT EXCHANGE HOTEL, BRYN lli-jii-t receive.! an elegant line ,t UP-TO IIMl tl t r i. Ji:i:UKV including a the l.tte-t K;i,l nn.l Noveltiea. I" JIUIl II ine ol HMI.S. j... .1 ... .. " . . - - . "iai me mowing up of the line ii wuiu. .fit r Ilira I l-.tlesl.ln III listens l,,.rl... .. .. ..... .1; 1IIU 'inline suifr yrr iili rn-t rr.nlt nf ll,.. f,.i U,r .,f ..... j i. ,ir f pins-iiinl Shirt Studs of ,be l'nl" y govrrnnient claiuiitiif II I : s . .. - .. I ... ..i. , i i .i . , . ... . u mii .vr line .Hiiiosier taw in me is aim ol t 11 a to luppivs the condition of anan hr n istinif there. Then there i let forth thi not. w.irtl.r lact : llie Snish government !.:, i...t Osca luck tt all vhi wtar thim. IILI ' . IU "-T ,,iU"" lestn.y.d, ATCH OC1RDI i. .11 ...u. tner V ,","V" ,l" "'l""'c n pn ,. t.t ,....,, , ,, """" live In Washington or through the '""J "'i M'u-r, all American repnmntative in Madrid, dt . - .....x. is i inasiri n pro. avowed ine resnonsiln ur for th..t ieci your eve. Irom Sun or dual, atrucfton. The tireiideut is. ml out of the discourtesy of Siwin the f-iiliire of I tie government to establish tlie inno cence or It agent in connection with the lou of to inanr live on tho shin of a rnendly nation w ithin the jurisdiction of it own alleged government. A for Stin a tirotest auain.t held responsible for the Imttleshio. tin. president treat that a a simple diplo Diatio prtetation, having no tan-'iUe e vidence to utrort it The ile declaration in the tirotest of Sliu at all worthy of consideration, in the president oiiiuion. is the a.siimi tion that the cauiw of the ciiilosi.ui was Intemnl, hut he insist that tin. Spanish government ha not presented a single fact to Justify this theory. The message doe tint contain a single encouraging word for the ms-alled gov eminent of tho rcullie ofCuU. The president doe not ugget any rccogni. Hon of the republic of t'uki. He sav he dm' not know that the jsople of fut are in full accord with the socalled rejuiblip. That U a matter, ho thinks, for them to settle for themselves, Willi out reference to tho United States or to interference by the United St.it. . The president most vigorously set forth hi position us not intending that a declaration of w ar shall imply a w ar of conquest. This, he declare, accord ing to our code of moral, w ould be a crime. There i no desire on the .art of the American iplfl to pr. tit by the mil-fortune, of Smiii The president'! treat lent of the an neiatioii prostsitioii is 1 1 . t encouraging to it promoter. The United States, he di-elare, d.r not d.'sire to ncipiin terri tory. It intervention is inspired by it desire a a c viIiJK d govcrnineiit to chit V itheUirUrit.es that have chiir.ictcii.. d the anarchistic war now reigning in Cuki. The clviliaitl cinle of war Iia Ut n I lake spti ial I'lra-uie in ITTINii (il.ssi:s t- all w ho need them. IOIIN SI. CALmVKl.L. -niTv vouii- Brcad, Cakes Rolls, Etc., -MJM.M T1IK- HOME BAKERY. pull txieiqht lov of the Beat quality, Altuays fresh, and Fair treatment is what I guarantee OTTO BOEHME. nm vlA4,y 60 YEARS' VV - VEXPERICN1 1 Mi T Taint M a at 'rrlll1 CMniasnia. An.nnawn1ln aslstrh Mid rrr1ptloii flsl.-kly wwlali. ir .tlnn frs. sKmIwi s hivs..i...n I. itmhalily .slrnlhl. c.in.n.Bi.lr Ilei..lrlr1ly('..i.n.1si.iul. llsmlNtnh . I'unoi M"l fri. OI.Imi spi.nr, fur .tt-urin IM.I.. 1'slst.t. uix-n o.r.i..fh Munn h Co. ncslr tffrtai 4ir, mihoul la In. Scicnilflc American. hui'1nm"lr nin.ttsiM wmiIt. I arm Ms. rulallon et snr .''.snl.a.- .uritsl. Tm.ii. $J J fit: t.mr mmilht, U !u)4 ti ill nwislMltm, MUNN & Co."1" - New York Uimuck I'm, u r IH. Wukmn,iiu I At well J ih Ud:t, v l ire iy tbluc of lnurL Sm Mr t" lti!nir hi -HuKS-oxrLOOD.-", CIIOTOLATU. T!, XTC. ALSO MCli LI.Nfi FURNISH INQ GOODS. Come to See Us this uueck. di-nganled. the pi.-:dent say, no 1,-m so ty the .-;n. ar-ls th.u I v thefubati 1 In: existing eon .;' ,,M, i aiili.it but til! this government ;nd ii. American !' p!e W Ith the .t ir..,r..i,. n.j,,. Tl." ui-..: -- f in. U no d-linite C.in.-.;i-!..ii ; t., tl, , lt ... j, tl) taken it mi r ly s'i. '- tint the f.i'-ti wh.. h tl..- pte.di nr set, f,,rh ju,'ify ini!iie.n.re ae'inii bv ' " " "- '( 1" ar-1 vMctu e that til" presl.'.elit hi, from making a .Li. ln ii.l.itmu. ;".r!s..i 1 I an I sp r fr.iiu.tl li'- rtoui- PREPARED TO I... lis. DEPART, Kt-llnr. t. I t r I lil n k n Lrs. II4ISM. Havana, A; ril li.-All v. a ipnet in Havana nt 10 o'cV,.-k t!.i innung Uni-. d St.it.-, f..n..il ti..tl. ril FitUugh l " cv; t, t 1 . .ill o-i t 'a plain (J. neral II. an. o in the J. .1, nisiii m .,r,j, r to My g.l bv,.. Wait' r K. IJark. r, United State, con nl at S.igL.i Ii (iiande, ume.l here fm-ii bis .-t. ll,. w; , ,lt f,,r br a pnvue iiiesNig". A!, xan It l!n. .-, Is su;,;,.. d to have sell.. 111 r. l"u! i-ki K. Mvaf ml at S.iuii.i"od" c tl.at pit an 1 is n..- Am. ri -an new.; with Con. ui ( coiiMil at Mat.nijs, h ft that pi.ve on a Unite I Stat coil ii .1. ha- alnady left m J. .11. 1. . a. i; r corn - nd"tif. !l r.il I e. an' reailr to eave hen-on the 1", rn nlut 5 o'clock this aft. rii' ii Ah xaiii'.. r ( ii'lian. ti. llnti-h cm-nl n is na.iy to take charge of Atm r. al and physical foroe of Curona. The papal nuncio, who haa bees re peatedly to the palac ln Ih hut t4 hour, i bt liered to to in lympathy w iiu uii! pnigrmmme. Ball. Affair, an tarlcaw. Imlon. Ajwil . The Vienna cor ri'spoudeut of The Dwilr Telnmnli mmw. . How eriouly the utoatlon U under- st.ssi here l hown by the fact thai court circle! already beliert that Queen Hegeut Christina may aooa Ktnrn to her native land Suitable preparation! are aireany making at th palace of Ur un.iuer, Arcbduk. Lngen. Cum.U Mar L..? Kiaia. Washington, April 9. PermUahm k.a l-en given by the ttate departmeni to v. uutti state consul in Spain to leave mai rounirr u tner it Arm m rn.i.n ar s. vhuiu the thn-ateuing attveranoa of .11 rfi,u niatic r-ition between Spain and thi cuunirr. X.w W .rhl-M a.11 r Aaaarlaav. Wiluiotlth Eng.. Anril a tti.i State cmiwr Topeka, formerly Dioge uese. Lieutenant John J Emm u maud, aud United m.te torpedo boat sx.uier, commanded by Eoiign 0. W. Hazclton aailed early tbia morning for mo L HI ten Mate. a s int. re.t 'lil.UI lii 1: w hu ll 1....V !- futup' . v , iii, ; t.ik:n- cliai,'" of troubi". far a allowed. Mr. "'UII" ipiestlotl ;- :t..iit factor in i to mi" li gut ion hi r dining lime CONSIDERING AN AP.MISTICE (I llll May Offar Bm.I. ew lork, April 0. -It U reported great dimcnlty baa been eipenenced iu rniisiing ame seamen aboard tb Ver mont, and in conaeqaenoe the adviaaba ity of offering a bounty of 300 to f-VW or leamen u now nudar ooaaideration Via Vel llirliir U,r War OIT In I ul. ,. vttr ll. r.rlf. W.i,hingio i. Aj.nl :-lt is learned atone of the f.m iii ei!i!a,si. here that th' Sicilllsli "ov. rnmi.it I. w . ry c.irtiot con. id. rati. .ii the issiiaiux of a I'ns'l.iinaii'.ti .ie. hiring an ariuisti.-e ill Cuba. This decree Ii is not vet Ua-n i .'tied o far ns known hire, imr do the information indicate that a liual de- ' t. Mninatioii l as 1, ii n ached as yet. The mcaun', how . v. r. is 1 iug strongly pn-ssed uj.ii tl!" , on. ,,1, ration of Sunn by some of th,. fuiititi.-iit.il power, that acquainted their cmKi.,, w ith the fact. It i, the ho;' i f the power, urg ing this mow tint bv llli'llis of thi com-, .smii war might l averted, al- iiiougn u is p all. .1 tne I nititl State may not n Jaid the concession adeoiiatn H lllit t the ea-'. Inquiry in . Ilii.-ial cinles show noth ing has Ui ii niviv.il from Minister W.sslford on tin- Mi'. j. . t of tin. proposed ariutstt't', or in.i. i d. iiisui unv subieet. Kven were an anti'.stice it. tcmiitied br jmin th. ii' i. authority for th" state. incut that it won! i not chaiiL-e the i.ur. o of the ii.iuiu'i isatioii to font' mat ters to iiu imiiie.ii.it.. i-.iic. Armistice at thi tun.' it i-s.i:d, would not result in position, nn nt if ci'ircmjiiat. .1 actum even for a .lav. DYNAMITE EXPLODES. ,ar lau.a wiia lb Klalaal. BUw I'p, Ti'rsi-k..( Train. Oreat Fall, Mon., April One of tlie worst wreck that ercr liapjs urd In Montana occurred on the Montaua Cen tr.il Thursday night The dead are: L Oj'pinbeiuvr, engineer; Charlea W. Cockrvll, nreman ; and A. J. Martin bead brakemau. 1 Westbound freight train No. U, had i arrive.1 at the Dry Forki bridge. 60 j miles from here, and proceeded to croa. The train wa cotupiMMt of in load, one car of dynamite. When within i feel of the bridge, the dynamite exploded w nt king the bridge aud tearing 10 can to kindling wood. Telegraph pole and win were blow n out and couimunira- ti. u fnvin lireat Fall, ahal off. Th. w reck imuiediately caught fire and waa consumed. SPAIN MAY YIELD. I'uHrr. Ilsi. t.iiru ll. r I., I u.l.-r.UnU W'luil Sim (u.ilj ,,.r,t. Madrid, A pr.l '.i There is n-ason to Is-lieve that the )wvr have made ex- 'laoidiii ny pios..itioii to Si.a.n. Ther have said in ell. ct that if she should lliake Mich concessions to tl... Plot. ..I Stab s as live 1. h, v. d to U tieivscarv. the powers ot liiii'ojM w.uld gll.initlte0 herngaiiist war. both external an internal. The Hiw. r, would delegate to one of their own iiiiinl.r, Austria, whose Minnie is soi In., lv allied to that of Simiii by ti. s of blood, the lutv of defending ijMin n;:ain-t any international f.' that mi'.-lit ane. a menace to the dvna!r. as a it-suit of j i. l.ling to the demands of the Units d Stat. s. Ill plain Kngli.di this in. mis that Aus trian tnmj.s would, if iii .-. ssarv, U suit to Smin to inainliiiii order and to ii-pn-ss civil war. The Austrian tnton Would have la-hind them the allied luon Killing ml IMck Wast, (inthrie, O. T., April 9 -Dick We w a killitl aonth of thia city. Offlivr! bad been on the watch for him for tome time and located him in camp. A lively battle fiMued and ho wai ibot a dozen time before be gave op. Went waa formerly a cowboy and Indian aoout. KcwanU aggregating $.'100 were oat Handing for hi raptor dead or alive. O..I4 Hhlpmant Cauataff In. New York, Apnl 9. -Gold la being hijil from Cuba to thi city. Al ready KKI,i) baa been received aud f inn.iino waa engaged fur hlpiueut in addition. TIm gold la ihipped from Ha vana because war U Uumiuent Mlaar a. ftlrlka. Assumption, 111., April 6. -The min er of the Assumption Coal company went ou a tnkc, the difference being lii the acale of wage. Iaua and Taylor villo are alo oat, and no coal can ba had in thi part of tin itato. II u rial of Mr. Itrawar. Leavenworth. Kan., April 9. The Usly of Mra Brewer, wife of Jtutlce David J Urewer of the Uulted StaU-a ujintmit court, who died ln Waahlng ton, waa buried lu the family lot here. lMtmaalr Arraalad. Shaw n.H', O. T April 9.-Pu.tma-ter Hogg! waa arretted here, charmxl With emla-xiling miiitered Utter in hi charge. Bond wa fixed at .S0u. w hich he readily filled. aal l la Llta, (iuthriu. U. T. Anrll 9 n.i.l Ituglie! wa pouvicted of murdelna UI rich Jeuktui, hi neigh bur. Hughe waa w uteiuiHt to the penlwutiary for life. TO THROW AT THE BIRDS. That's what the people of Uryan must have, from the way they patronize my Special sales. BY THE WAY- Don't forget that LILY FL0UU h the best. We keep a stock of Grooerirs second to none, ami we always "shade 'em" on the price. JOHN B. MIKE, THE PROVIDER And Original Cutter. 1 STONY BROOK CABIN HOME OUR CLUB Our Leading Brands are the Stand ards by which other Whiskies are com pared in this market. Verbum sap. CANADA MALT The GLOBE SALOON HO If the favorite resort of all those who like t good drink skillfully mixed and taste fully (erred. We handle only the licet brands of . , . 4WJNES, LIQUORS AND CIQARS.I jfaTThe .opularity of our place ia due to our untiring effort to eaae. arel.-otue everybody, and treat all alike at the "lohe TAYLOtt Jc COX, Proprietor. ealoon a a a a Patrons and Friends Of Brazoa, Madion, Grimef, Itobertson and Unrleoon Countiea : Tba combioa.1 Capital and aiiett of eompanlea rep- tM fff flflf) (ff s-sT-uivu vj turn auivuni 10 wu:u mma --www-vwswws- The capital and iet! of Com panic I represent OC ((( ((( writing UISS amount to more than OU,UUU,UUlJ I jnfidently believe that I can nerve yon better and cheaper 1 1. . . ! Ia lis. -. Bl.l. I. . . .:. .uaii any one rise in aaj a.iae wi nisas, oe tury vuy, town or Country, have an efficient office force, the affairs of which are under the management of FRANK W. McCOXNICO. I alo reprentnt Kcjuitable Life Assurance Society of New York; Pacific Mutual Life: Am. Union Life; Fidelity and Casualty of New York, far al.a I am th. aolf tuiaorlax ail la Braa. I re.pactfullj aolUII aj will afpraelai rotu kuaiaaaa, .a., jd. ivaiccoKrrsTico. DR. B. S. Succttnr io E J. READ. FOTJMTA1X, Invitas the customtra ol Ibis popular and wall established Irag Store to continue to make it their headquarters, and also invite the puo'ic gen erally to call alien in teed ol anything In the drug Cue. The same f. rce ol employee i retained, and tb want of cnatomer aid be piompily and carefully supplied. FINE PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY TEI-EPHONK r. rhe KADY JYSTER PARLOR 7 sjj! ,v s; t- A at' O flk Bay Oyrters i erred In any ik aa I omM Stock ot Candiu, Fruitt, Cgar$, Etc, Wt makt Sptckhf tl "NAME ON EVERY PIECE." LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. Lowncy's Fine Chocolates.