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BAILY EAGLE. Vol. in No. 112. BRYAN, TEXAS. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1808. Price 6 cents. m mm We'll leave it If it doit n't pay in tht long run and from a firm mho mekt it a pvnt STUDY TO PLEASE THE BEST THE LADIES know better than anyone , le thing. Tbey may min clienn, . .1 It . IIAIilrta . .. & uikutwiik nuwcuu btus. La ROSA PERFUCTOS, SLUL OP AMERICA, SPANISH TWIST, Are the lea-ling Nickel Cigars brought to ltrymi. We lave them. Use G- X ory Flour. efor Tour H.ns h. u to Ml Hut gume K )M Jl It. J.tME end place them In the rest. Thev are tur death to .Mile. I.W. Mens ( m krout lit- nnl other I'est. Thcv keep out Slot lit. anil ar. no excellent diimie. Innt. An Egg will last THREE MONTHS In Actual Use and then war be used at a test M. Th. jr r,. goaranteed of '' .neu. 10 urn ani M. H. JAMES. Don't Hesitate, When you want FINE LIQUORS, WlNES AND ClOARS, to visit THE EXPOSITION SALOON. Tlie Poular Run fo long inuintaiiu.l by this liar i duo noMy to tho j-xcclU-nt .juality of pmhIh aii.J the nkilfful ami ourd-mi attention paid to th.. wants of all Custo mers. -LMHt l.l.l I.DHIi:il IMi TIIOP.OIHILV IP-TO-DITE ! ft.tfin. , ,l(l-- A. SHBLBUflXE, riTr7-- - - BATTLE WITHOUT BLOOD! SAN ANTONIO April 20th and 21st. t.iry Parade: mul Prill iiiiwnt Troops. Mtxnin .fiit sir...t pa.mt I MO Divorati" I Itit yt l.n "xk. Bund ('uutest, liall.-, etc., ttixl BKM'TlrTI. HAITI. K OF FLOWEISM. Excursion Tickets mi !. bv 1. & (. X. It. It. Per r.rtlrulan. sepl, to Ticket A Kt , or 1. J. I'Mli K, (i. P. A., I .V li. N. U. t. Palestine. Text. VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY AT A BARGAIN The old homestead of the late COL. A. C. L HILL, near the Graded School Building, and con taining about one Acre ot land. For Salt by j ARMSTRONG & NACLE.I Attorneys at Law. H.J. MaoNAIR CIVIL ENGINEER Sanitary uml Ilvilrnulio Kn. KinreriitK. Jlipfrt Surveying nml Dniuht 608) MIAN ST. : HOUSTON TE7 NOW AT EXCHANGE HOTEL, BRYAN rOKIXAST 1H)U TO-DAY: - MlOWEKY Temperature t'eateid-o; : Maximum 72 Min. imutn u7. to Her to decide tht Short Run too, to Buf GROCERIES to ALWAYS HAVE THE BEST ; TRADE. Tho b;t it th, Chtapttt. too - tho waxte there U in chean. traaliv but they .lon't pan out. .Nobody . on good, Bt.ui(ta.rl (irocerie?. HOWELL BROS. The Grocers. Insect Eggs. tbeir i.ruo.1. Kdd by The Leading Druggist. Urvan, Jno. IV1. Caldwell- T oxas. II a- j u-t received an elegant '"' 'f UP-TO-DATE JEWELRY including all tin- Lit.-t Fa.N anl NovelnV. r.. .ui!iftil line of OPAL RI.fcS. Iirce line of (.old, Veld I'lllrd nd strrllac Mirer ir Llaks. :;r.irf pin a,,.! Shirt Sto.U of ll kini-. !w Hie Li.Ies Ri turtle, inrladliir rour Leaf Clovers." Oosd luck tt all vat wter ihn . Bill WATCH OUaRDI ia all tijUi. LOCI BRACEUTI in (j .j B, , " All kin lt of (ilaa t to pro. tert your rom Sun or duat. I take k.. rial )tanr uj JITTIM. i.AssiM t' all who need them. .IOIIN M. CAIJWEI.L. -1IIJY YOUI.U Bread, Cakes Rolls, Etc., -nast THE HOME BAKERY. Full tucl'jht loves of th Beat quality, flloioy fresh, and Faif treatment is what I guarantee OTTO BOEHME. Phone II 1MM BO YEARS' vT ryDtBiiLr Vi ifr " v m i mi in.aH nr. 4 Taot Manas CovmaMTa Ae. Anrnn. wnDln. . ilMrh mna MT1MIia mm tnktlf aMWl.in n.r otHKIrai trm mhht m In. mil Iihi It pr..h.l.lf ..l.nuhla l'in ll'in..innlr Hd.nil.1. Ii.mlnkna r.tenta Mnt Inm. .H Imi . for mnm iln ..mi iiiniutn maun a l prut M(, without charm, la la. Scientific American. hani1.om.lr IHnMraiwI wmklr. trrat rra lallon of anr MH.nurt toarnal. Tmil, t . r: fi.ur nii.iiilifcti. Hula bf 1 nmdMlm IUNM4Co."HewTM- lirauch HOoa. CS t IK, Wautn a.l)Lu FOR INTERVENTION President McKinle)-'. Kecomnicnlo. tion la the Cuban Affair. DESIRES PLENARY POWER. II It U the Oat Way tm mi ikawa HuetllllW la Cab-II. Sajs I k Malm Was ItaMln.,..) by Sakanerlae If In. WaahiDKton. April ll.-An liif.mal meeli-JK of a majority of the meml rt or the cabinet wat bvld thortly aft. r 10 o'clmk thla morniiiir. T tb.r tb.y went orrr the litnation and outlimk tfain rrr thoniuKhlr and talked ot-i th. mot ireent action of th. PinuUb 0T. rauirut. Ko new development: in th. matter were brought up. Nothing occurred to change th. f ponUh-CuUn tituation in any Important particular. lb. prealdent l uietaag. was tent tc congreMat noon, along with conaulai n-pona. lot information that Siio ha.1 proclaimed a ceiwation of himtilitin on the Uland did not have any effi-ct of materially changing the president meaaage aa originally pr.'rvd, eicept tliat it funiUhed imtiortant evidence in tupport of kU contention that diM-n tion ary power in tome ni. aaure nhould l given to tb. president in the ne of forrc to compel ieace. At toon aa congn-tt met the pre.id.-nt tent in hit mcMage and it wa read in both hootea. The following U a tyunp. tit of the meaMge: "OUnlient to thai pnvept of our coti.ti tutiou which comiuaiidt the pn-aidcnt to give from lira, to time to rougn a in lonnation of the itate uf the Union, and to recommend to their conaideration tuch meaauret a he tliaU Judge neo ha ry and expi-dieut, it becomet my duty now to addreat your tIy with n-ganl to a grave crUU that luu an n in the rvia tiont of tlx United Stale, and ."twin I y reaaon of warfare tlut for more thrve yean hat raged in th. ncighWing I. laud of Cuba. I do mi beoauae of the in timate connection of the Culan pieatmn with th. ttate of our own Uulmi and th. grave n-lationt of the courM which It now tncumlcnt upon our nation to adopt, muni wed bear to the tradition al policy of our government If it la to accord with the precept laid down by th. founder of the governim nt and re ligloualy obterved by aucoeeding admin latrationt, to the prracnt day. "Th. prwnt n-vulution Ubut the ttic cettor of other miliar iiiMiiTu tinm which Lave occurred iu Cul ag;iint th. domination of fpaiu, extending ov.r a period of nearly half a century, each of which during itt progrent luu tub jected th. United State to great effort sod expenae in inforcing itt neutrality law, rauaed enormou loaaet to Ameri can tnule and commerce, cauted irrita tion, annoyance and diatnrbance among our cilixent and by th. exerciae of cruel, trbarout and uncivilized practice of warfare thocked th. enibilitie and of- k'ended th. humane tympathie of our pvni" TVie jm-aident then detailed at length thefiventiin Cul tince the revolution targan in February, ls'.i.v "Slnn) then," b. Mud, "our trade ha uffenHl; capital inveated by our citixen ha U-eii largely liwt aud tli. temper and forbearance of our people lia.1 Iwn to aorvly tried a to taget periloat nnreat among our own citixen, which inevitably found it ex pmaion from time to time iu thn na tional lcgltlature. The effort and fail ure of thn and previou adminUtra tloii to tecure peace through tho inter Tendon of thia govennnent iu any way that might tend to an honorable mljii.t Dtetit of th. con teat between iwin and Lit revolted colour of Cul on s lui of tnnie effivtive acli.-me of telf government for Cul under ting and tovereignty of Spain ia told of." The policy of devastation and concentration of Jtciflcoe inauguraUnl by Captain General Weyler w ith it terrible reault touc jusl on and meant taken by thU gov. eminent to allay tho tuffering of the re conceatradu reixauUHl. The prcMidcut then, after nientioiilng the change of administration in Sin faulting fnuu the aawiKHination of l'rtine Miuiati rCan va, taid : "The overture of thi government, inaW. through it new envoy, (ieiu ntl IVootlfonl, and looking to an immediate ami na effective amelioration of the con dition of the Uland, although not accept ed to the extent of admittiM mediation in any aliape, were met by auninc of horn, rule iu an advanced pbaw would U forthwith offered to Oula without waiting for war to end, and that more liuuiane method hmld theiKvfortli prevail iu the conduct of lioatilitiet." Cmtinuing, th. mekuge read : "The war in Tulm it of tuch a nature tliat thort of tuhjtigntiou or extermina tion fluid m ill In ry victory fur either aide teemi impracticable. The alternative line In phyaical xhuiiation of rue or the other party or perhap Null. 1Vi p.ct of audi protnii'tinn and conclusion of the prencnt ttrifj ia a contingency hardly to be contemp'.ti.-il with e.iii. liimity by the civili. d wo-ld. mid 1- a-t of all by the United hlutc. affected and injured a HP are, deeply aud intimately by it exixteucn. With till in mind, the preaideiit aaid he tubmitte.1 on March i', pro)aition to the Spaniah itovernmeiit looking to an armistice until Oct. I, fr m gotia tiont of jx-ace with the good olllcvt of the president. i SARl SANGER'S ...THIS WEEK.- NEW SPRINQ GOODS. QRENADINES. Dimities,- Lawns, Organdies, Laces, Sash Rib bons, Embroideries, Silk Waists, Percale Waists, Silk Skirts, etc. etc. STILL COMING. NEW GOODS will be opened up tliH wc.-k which we believe you will take pleasure in examining. for the Gentlemen well the lfllfa, wt btrt aij tlilnp af laUrMt, S. ear r,w thlnjt. In HloKS-fiHI.OOD. CHOCOLATE. TtSt, ETC A .i . MCE LINE FURNISH INQ GOODS. Come to Sec Us this usek. "The reply of the SpanUh cabinet wa n- ivi d on the nik-ht of the Slat nb timo, o(Ter;iig u a in" in to bring about pea in Cula to cuiili.le the prepara tion th roof toti.o in-u'.ar dejurtment, insornmh n the .'oueiirrenee of tliat taalv would la- n'o -viry to reach a final r'ult, it la-ing, l..e.x. vir, uudertood the power r--Tvi .l by the constitution to the central gnvi rue -lit were not !. wti.l or tlimiiiisl.nl A the Culon goverillllellt dia-K tint uni t until May 4 next, the S;nnlh government would n'aT objis-t fur it rt to a.-cept at once nut l iision of hiKtilith-i, if asked fur by th. insurgent, from g, iii-ral in rhief, to whom tt would i rt iii, in wh rae, to leti nuiue the durati.iii and rouditiont of the armistii e. "With thi last ov, rtur in the dir.s lion of iniim d...?e J--.1 uii'l it (liaap pointing receipt by Sjain, the exe-utive wa brouglit to .ml 1 1. effort " "In my nuuual nu s.age of iK-cember last I anl : "iifnutri.il ne s-ure there renia.nt the m oguif.ori of i..ir-i its a l. lligiT en'; the rn 'iiini: iei min of the inde pendence of Ci:.a; n.utial iutcrvrn- till' . "To en l t!i" ..r by imposing ration al in ruin: 1 et .., :i tlie contestant and it:, ivi titioii in favor of one or the ot!e r -uty. 1 speak ii"t of forcible an li' lation, fur that cannot 1. thought of. That by our code of morality, would l cr.minal ag.T' -sion. "Th. leuiiii I rt-vi. wed tln-se alter native.. In tlie light of 1'ivaiili ntCrant't nic.isurvd word, utter. .1 in is."5, when aft. r several y.ar iiuguinary, destruc tive and env 1 barkintie iu t'ulm, he r ach. d ih ctinrlii-iiin of ni-o;;nition of independents- f ,r CuUi impracticable and indefeiiiblc, and that recognition of la lligen nt not warranted by fact according to test of public law. 1 comment. -d ei-cLilly ii.n the latter a-"s-t of tho .piestion, pointing out the inconvenience and posit i v.. danger of the reciguitinn of N'lltgcrauce which, while adding to the alii adv on. rona burdens of neutrali ty within ov.r own jurisdiction, could not in any w ay extend our influence or effective oilier iu the territory of hiw- tilitie. Nothing since ha rn'iimil to change my view in thi n-ginl. I rec ognie a fully now a then that the U-luin-rofa ro. lainatioii of neutrality, by whii h pr.fss the Mo-allet r-ovgnl. tion ol ladlip'riice published could, of itself, and unattended j,y other action, avomilish nothing toward the one end for which we lalr, the iii.tant pacifica tion of Culsi and the cessation of miacry that alllict. the i-Und." Turning to the ipii'stioii of reoognixiiig the independence of tho present insur gent government of CuUi the president took a pnivdcnt l'nvnileiit Jacksou't messiige to congress, IV c. lyjrt, on the tubject of the n rogiiition of the iu dependence of T. xa. IVesidellt Mi'Klllley Cl ill I Illll.sil : "In the contest 1st ween Smin and the r'volt.d colouiet we ktoixl aloof and waited not only until the ability of the llew States to protect tll. lllselvi' w at fully eatabli-lied, but until the danger of their being ng.iiu subjugated had en tirely pasvl nway. Then, aud not un til then, were tiny rccoguued. Such wim our course in ivgard to Mexico her- "It U true that w ith leg.inl to Texu the civil anthnntv of M. ico had U-en expilled, it invading army defeated, the chief of the republic himself cup turvd uud ail prewnt ier to contml the newly organized government of Tex i annihilated within it confine. 1'ut on the oth r hand then. wn, in np pea ran v ut least, an immense disparity of physical force on the fid., of Texa The Mexican republic, under another executive, w a rallying it force under a ne xv leader, and menacing freah inva sion to r.H-o. r tt lod domain. .I'l-in the issue of tin thr 'athen.il Invasion, the ind. p-. intccc of T. xa may 1 coiisidt n il as Mi-s luled, uud there I nothing )i cuhar in the tituatioa of th. I'm, id States mid Texa, our acknowl edgment of it iiidc iidiic at Mich a crisis could ware!)-lie regarded u con kisteiit with that prudent reserve with w hich wo have hitherto held oiiselvc bound to treat nil similar iUcstiou. The lues-age added : "Spain1 decree for the Kiispeiisiou of liostilitic are submitted to emigres for a ju-t and careful utt'litloti w it It the olt kcrvatioii that if the Incisure attain tui cestui results 'then our. atiiration a a j-ace loving people wtu be reaJixed it it failt it will only another JnUiflcatioo for our contemplated action. ' " The Main. Incident figure prominent ly in the meaaage. The preaid.nt arfu that the wrecking of tb. Main, la Ha vana harbor tbowt Spain la sot side to guarantee ancunty to foreigii vetaela Spain baa diaavowed any ooonection with that dustier and baa offered to tubtnit to arbitration all differ tea tbal may ariae from that affair. The preaident tald tbal sot frota any tandpoint of espedieucy doa. be tnlnk it would be wits or prodant for tbia gov ernment to recssjrnlae at tb. pretant tlmt th. independence of the totalled Cubao republic. Such recognition, be taid, wu not necrtaary to enable the .United State to Intervene and pacify the 1. land. On thi tubjwrt the president taid: "To commit tblt country bow to the recognition of any particular govern ment ia Cuba might tubjt-ct ut to eta barraaing condition of international obligation toward the organlaation an recognised. In ce of intervtnUon our conduct would be tnbject to approval or disapproval of inch govern maat ; wt would be required to iubn.it to IU di rection and to aatome to it mere rela tion of friendly a ally. When it tball ap pear hereafter that there ia within th Island a government capable of perform ing dutie and ditt barging function of teparate nation and having at matter of faef, proper forma and attri bute of inch nationality, each govern ment can be projierly and readily recog niacd. "The ground for inch intcrventioa mi y l briefly tnmniarixed at follow: "Kind. In tlie cauu of humanity and to put an end to the barbantir, blond bed, ttarvation and bornble mlat rie now exi.ting there, and which part let to the conflict ar either unable or snwill ing to ttop or mitigate. It it no antwer to aay thia it all in another country, be longing to another uation, and 1 there fore none of our buainea. It I tpeclally our duty, for it it right at our door. "Sceoud. W owe It to our citizen in Oul to afford thera that protection, and an indemnity fur life and property w hich no government there can or will afford, and to that end to terminate th. condition that deprive them of local protection. "Third. The right to Intervene may be ju-tifled by very teriout injury to commerce, trade and butiuea intereat of our people and by the wanton de at ruction of property and devastation of the island. "Fourth. And what I of t he utmost Importance, the present condition of af fair in Cuba I a constant meuace to our peace, aud entail upon tblt government an enormou expenae. "These element of danger aud disor der already pointed out have been ttrik ingly llluatrated by the tragto event w him hat deeply and justly moved th American people." "1 have already trauauiitted to eon gret the report of the naval court of iu quiry on the destruction of th battle ship Maine iu the harbor of Havana during the night uf Feb. IS. The de struction of that noble vessel filled th national heart with iuexprvtslbl horror. "Th naval court of Inquiry, which, it U needle to say, command th un qualified confidence of the government, is unanimous In itt conclusion that th destruction of the Maine wat caused by au exterior explosion, that of a submar ine mine. It did not assume to place tb responsibility. That remain to be fixed. "Iu any event th destruction of th Maine, by whatever exterior cease, is potent and Impressive proof of the ttate of thing in Cuba that or intolerable. That condition thu ihown to b tuch that the Spanish goverument cannot at tune safety aud tweurity to vessel of th American uavy iu the harbor of Havana on a mission of peace and rightfully there. "Siu had asked thi government to aubmit th Malue questiou to arbitra tion for settlement,11 but prealiUut Mo Kiuley declared be hail made no reply to thi uicsaige. In closing, the meaaag read i "Tho long trial hat proved that th object for which Spain ha waged war cannot be attained. Th fir of Insur rection niay flam or uuy smoulder with varying seasous, but it has not been, and it is plain that it cannot be extinguished by the ureaent methods, Tb.o hop Continued on Fourth page. TO THROW AT THE That's what the people of Bryan must have, from the way they patronize my Special sales. BY THE WAY- Don't forget that LILY FLOUU is the best. We keep a stock of Grooerira second to none, ami we always "shade 'em" on the price. JOHN B. MIKE, THE PROVIDER And Original Cutter. STONY BROOK Oar Leading Brand? are the Stand ards by which other Whiskies are com pared in this market. Verbum sap. OUR CLUB The GLOBE tat a k3 4 WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. f aCSfThe ,-opalaritjr of our place U due to oor untiring effort to ease. W relme everybody, nd treat all alike at the lobe saloon. a Patrons and Friends Of Brazos, Madison, Grime, Robertson and liurleson Counties : The combined Capital and atset of companies rep- M fff flflfl (Ct resented by mt amount to more rbe capital and aet of Compaute writing GINS aaxount to more I jnfiJently believa that I can serve you better and cheaper than any one else in llj Use f Blskl, be they City, town or Country. hae an efficient office force, the affairs of which are under the ' management of FRANK W. McCONSlCO. I x!to represent Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York; Pacific Mutual Life; Am. 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