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BRYAN, TEXAS. WEDNidDAY MORNING, JULY 13. 1898
Vol. UI No. 192.
Price 6 cent.
BOTTLED IIP!
CURTICE BROS.
Celebrated CATSUPS.
Preserves. Jams. Jel
lies, and Pickled Fruits
DODSON & HILS
Best Pickles.
Ask lor these Brands with your Next Order.
HOWELL BROS.
PARSONS' B0TTLiNG W0RKS
Enlarged n i ! refitted with New mill liiiprm ctl Machinery. A
ft rirtly Flrwt t'lauiaiimt Vjf ' f1 Pstt I'lmil. i p-ep.ired tn flll
order large or mII I i PURB, WIImi.i BOMK mm4 IIMH
ui.Alr. moiia u atf.ic. a i tiaor. ho sata and Retail.
PRICE. ONLY 50 CENTS PER CASE.
A there of the pnkdtc patronage rrapectfnliy aaHeJStd. ' utitrr Mer
chant!, Hfll nl rr.tival parlie eepecially invited l give ui trial
We gnarante- nil goodeof our manufacture, and give prompt attention
to ell order. 'all n or a-l lrr.
C. C. PARSONS, Bryan. Tex.
ole Proprietor anl llottler 'MAMi A1UC WELfJ WATER." Nature' oar
liemetly for lndigrctl-n . I v epeptia, etr llradtia'tcra for line Cigare
Caii'lice, Kni t., Nut, etc.
asaWnv
TAYLOR & COX. Prop's.
SUMMER DRINKS I
Coolino Drinks, Stenothenino Cordials.
Everybody treated Rioht.
Best Wines, biquor and Cigars.
HEAT POWDER
The lieal inn! Purest I'owdcr on the Market.
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO INFANTS.
Ma. no Equal for the Cure
It Miltena and prraervea the Skin til Ad It. and pri-Mtnu Hit- olous Odor
of Kxceaaive per.piration.
Agent lor THOS. GOGGAN & BRO.. Pianoo, Orgaoa, Msaat If naifl mi Mu--icttl
Kujijilii-.. iit-1 my price.
Look over this Line ol.
FINE IMPORTS
and sec it there is
, Ltrtne ilc rienthe
l:alcon Dratul
t Veno Vermouth
Pale Orange Hitters.
ALL TBI i. i:mi. UBAMIM i LIQITOMi
IDXJnVlV db
GOOD LUCK!
l.i Drink at (!.
GLOBE SALOON
Mosquito Lotion. Toilet Soaps, and True
f loaai Oaen om C-gMa, tf-. Laaa af Flaw art.
of.
Anything you want.
Creme ile Cocoa )
llollaiul Qln.
JTaraschino
IDA.
a
milks mm
AT SANTIAGO.
II Holds a uufcrrnri' Willi
Sampson a ml TYIrphonf-s
to Shatter
SlTlFTEJl WILL
UK 1A 1 N COMMAND.
ienonl Mil: Has No ln'"ntion of
Taking Any of the Honor liainrU
Fr-m iifiiral Shafter.
NO NEWS OF THE
FIGHT AT THE CAPITAL
Premier Sava-ta Ha. l.-mlrrrd Hi.
Hri;nrtlitu In thr tpircn ID-geui
uf Spain- lore I '.-arc Ku
11101. Ire tfliiat.
Wellington. Ji: i i ; ii- nl N.-l.
ton A. MaSV - "iiitiiaudiug in DMMi
-nr. mm-, arrived off Santiago taxy
which (i- n.-rul Mi... vv.u j ;m- iik- r.
roiiiinuiiir.ili.iii w n opto-il v,ni, Ad
' niiral Sauipeou, and .ha two command
er. were -. ii in .nf-rence
During thr nrlv alt-ru .-ii i ;- n- rl
Mil.
landed at I'lay drl E.t- aim com
' : il .si ift. r. - -.in
uig thr American force, beta
ago. by telephone. What tbe na
f i .. rh- . iM.tiit.i mn.
mini
tun-
waa t not ducloar.1 at the war depart
tuent, Imt Central aVai wan doabtle.
placed in . m ,.f all aaliorit point,
of tl..- .iliulion 'rorn the Tlrw f both
the amiT ami navy.
It i. uiuli r-t .! to nave been c oticral
.v
after iharua.iuK with Shafter the lat
ter'a uan of -aniiirn to nuke a per
sonal eianunatioti of th Amenran rev
altton It la not to be nnderalond that
General Mile la to eapenede (Jenernl
Mliafter in .irmmand of the United
Hat . I
Uencral Shatter k operating there un
drr wntt- n .u-trn- t.-m. tr-m tie- n
tary of war approved by tne preaidnit.
and a lontf aj lM i. able phyairally ui
direct the tnaipa h- Villi rata n i,i. ,
inand. A pnimtiieiit iWflrial of the war
department Mid late laat inirht that m-i-the
admimatratiori nor General Milea
turn any deaire to detract an lota from
the credit due Uencral h:i't.r f.-r tli
plana by wt loh he hopea to achlere a
victory at Sauliajro. Tlie Yale haa on
KkiHAL BMM a una
board the Sulh MaasachuaetU and one
of th, r-fiinent of Ueiieral ttarretaon'
brigade.
The (Vilnmbia, which left Charleaton
with the Yale, haa not, o far aa ian la
ltwrnrtl, arnvrti off Santiago
t'p tomldnlht laat night no new
fnnri eithi r the army or navy a! Santia
ro had reached the departttMnt to far
aa the public wa. iiifoniir.1. Both Sec
retime, bng and Algv'r were at tlu
While Honae durum the evening, bnt
n-tiirnel to their n-.uleiuv. early an i
gave no outwanl aigu of anxiety or t-x-peclaSlon
of .tart'.uiK new. The anival
oflit-nt-l , Mllranild III - enfiMion be
tween him nnd tin iiiinaudiug oMoen
"f th- arim an i invy i. taken by aumn
to indicate if lighting occurred yet--r-day
it w ua not of t aerioua character. It
la thought that )Hi.tl,y the arrival of
Oeneral Mile caiiwil a Mi.H-nalon of
active opcnitiotiii in onler that theontim
aitnation might to MawtWaii Rut tht
view of the ait nation in apecnlativo and
without definite advicea.
Naval official aay that a aerioua ir
-egularity occurre.1 at the time the ahlp
of Oervera's fleet haaled down their
i. lor- and taro-ndered. Inqainee have
brooch t oat the fan thai the breech
block, of the imna were thrown over
board that dkexMing the iran and mak
ing thaa practically worthies, and the
valv by which the ahip flooded . p,
open-d after the tam-nder, when under
the rotee of warfare the enemy had ceaa
ed Mr; n; and had aekd ooartrr It i
aid that farther deetrnrtion to tin
hint at enoh a time waa both wanton
tnd di.honnrablr, and that if tboee re-
poo.ilili- are located they are likely to
be 1m-.iI a. countable
Tbe ! rtment hai not yet twiiwi
the rrjinrt of the rourt of inqairy ehow
in in 1. tail the injnru- tn theae ahlpa
and lb- puaaibilltiea of aalraxe. The
prea r- ;iri of (he board 'a flndinira,
ayitu- hat only tht- M.ir-.a I . n-n nunl
l- ..iv..! rxrtted much mriinw, a. it
waa i naodantiT tSSjatted fnt the Colon
could aho be aatrt.1 in whnlr or in purt
' Taw oOciala are erill hoptfnl that tlw
fall r-port of the board will ahow ttiat
Ihun- u 4 ruancH of nii-ihk the Colon
SAGASTA TENDERS
HIS RESIGNATION.
e 1-lii.r. Ik. Oi.rn Itraritt la Ap--l
a law I abln.l Out nf Ih.
Mllilarr r.l.MMBi.
Indou. July It, -The Mailrid ror-r-
s : hi of The 1 imea l i. rfnipbiiiii
Monday aaya:
-ne SainuU went to tha palara to
day etui tenden-d hit reairnatun and
that of the cabinet. It t aaid that he
military i-lemt-nt', whu h wool
aonaauAiTa.
eejanlr im an thr adoption of a warliaw
jailiry. bnt pmUMy the reTerae
It i tr- n.-raily rinectnl that thr n.iir
nation wtU be accepted, bat the reaalt
may rawaibly be merely a partial recon
atrurtion of -he cabinet Tht- tninietrra
are now in ..mini;, and Senor Sairaata
haa donbtp. romuiuin- at,-1 t,, thi n, au
aocount of hu audianoa with the tjurvn
rarcnt.
Jaa.n II..al Want. P.ara.
Indon, July l:' -Thr liarliu correa.
pon.U-nt of The Standard aaya:
The ipiccn reirriit la willtna to crpen
' a"!lattttl. ith the I'll It.-1
t.i' - without any m. -.ration of th
lawem, provided thr cmditiona are not
toacrrre. Her altiinatnm conceaaion at
preernt la a declaration of the independ
ence of t'uhn.
ll.i.in..l takaMaSKI r.aea.
Madrid, July 11 It la aa rt-d that
the United State inakra the follow iui
tlrroaml. a. condition of peace :
1. Tlin poseaJna of Cuba ami I'orto
K ci, with a jairt in the Canaru-a.
n liitleiiimtr of t.s.taai.nai, alat
' he retention of the Philippine n
i fi irnntrr of the pa Mil. nt of the in-
t' run Bn n ir inlr.1 a. :mii.
blr
li.fl.r-. .aUahl. ftirt-.,
Waahiiijfton, July Iv tient-ral Shaf
ter'f available force, after connting all
r- n fori . im nt, and deducting the lead
ick and wounded. It St.KAn nghtlng
men. aocordltvf to military eauuate.
Ilaa.llaa Itlaana.
Waahtngton, July IJ -Secretary Al
I ger haa laauetl ortlert attaching the Ha
waiian i.landa to the military deraw-nit-nt
of California. Th flint New York
vo. ii n teen, Colonel Barberoommandinv
Will be uaignod for t he time being at tbe
gnrnauu at ilolioluln.
Waahltigton, July It The American
m-i il.-r. of the eonunlaaioii aptiuttl
t :ie ; r.-.i.-nt under tin- act siinnui
V,
I' ' the C lilted Mate- werv
i- new at the capital yeatrrday
it. Ciillnm waa choarn t'tuirnianof
the coiutiiiaalon, and other ofllciala de
It waa itii.aaible ti tlx a defi
nite tune of departure, but Aug. I wa
agraed "lii aa the approximate date for
-ailinj; from San Fram-iaoa
It la rcxrted t.'iat about two month'
"' l.i i-peii i-. Hawaii, and tl .-
.omiiiia-iim ho.- to have it. i. . n i, u-
datioiu BtlSjaili by the opening of the
next ... in of i-,mire.
Will 1.0 llrnaral Vtllaa.
fnaiUltoi.. Jbly I.' ( it-neral ColUxo
ofCni rgl (iArcia' alaff hat arrived
hen- from TasafSi and aaila on the next
trananiirmo tin tieneral Mile.
Sweet
Talk.
Extra Fine HONEY
in Comb or strained
-sssAT;
7 CTS. PER POUND.
YOURS TRULY,
Itaar Artaalral Itrarf.
Waahington. Julv u -Rear Admiral
Aiumrn one of the he rota of the civil
war. dint at the naval boapttal here lata
Monday, agxl He waa an Ohioan.
At the rodudioii ..f l',,rt Hor. in l")61
he h.-M the fort, until the army took
poaaeaaion.
No H.im- I or il.
Cleveland. July u. -While work u
being poabed forward aa raptdly a po.
libit- tow ard reaching the aeene "of Mon
day night' eiploaiou. there aeenu to be
little jiroapect that any of tbe 11 work
men who were in tbe tunnel when the
exploaion occurred will be found alive.
J. W. Reynold, anuria tending the
couatructton of tbe tunnel, ttatea tbera
la no hope of reecuing tbe men alive.
r.i.i rail
II
inthrie, O. T.. July
Whitley, apa,l vi, wa tl
hca-M- aaai taacaaM and fi
1'.'. Edward
row u tn-m a
tally injured
Skin Like Velvet
The woman at
"gb or red
rt wl
t- it
m akin it i
m -. . , I.' . . I
a, C
an or aunt
ra velvet i
t ate of
jrn t. ,n nav
he (.h.Kiaaa.
Viola Cream
will make the face at aoft, smooth
and pink aa a baby'. Without
juration or doubt Viola Cream will
UO exactly What wa claim 1. la kfca
4 ii. -. aa waa
... .. " (m
i doea per
lot posaibly
nedicuie aa
wniy preparation which doe
manrnt good, and cannot
no injury. Itiakinra
w :i as a skin haaatxnae i rv .
cant jar. It will bring both bap.
pinett and tatufaction. 11 v the
time the jar it ued up, you'll
hardly recognize vmirtelf in thai
C mirror. Vmir old 'tomnlesion will
be replace.l bv a new one. Drat-,
giatt tell Viola Cream
TMC a C. BITTNER CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
DtsitJilig
aw.
a. neta n (IHl,
w. a- .a aaat a Caw geja . m. Saa
rVwr, tav f nenm . ,
'"-N "f aw, t v.. a..
PRICES r--"- Uswua
ataaja.laaa Haa la U.M . . . . 1
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I aa. aua rw. Oaav.
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mraaaaaiajoawvpi, aaux . laianata .
n n
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Thos. H. Hairston. M. D.
SPECIALIST, 9
CHRONIC AND PRIVATE DISEASES.
imii:h (tred
WITHOUT rat uc o. K NIFC or datjathn
neta teem an rJITILa. naaCBEa. mas-
nj and CLczsursai Bowtxa craw
Office honra: H to 12 a. m.;t la
5 p. m. Offica at Stm B. Wllaon'i Dra.
etore.
SPEG.uKlH .M) TRIP RATES
HE OI.ll KEI.HBLE SHORT LIU
I. li. X. B. R.i
1
The ijaickeet and BetS. Ro
inale.1 Double DailyRariaT-,-,,
Lonie. and Direct Coataaetloaa ft,'
PoinU IsjBjl
sl'MMKR TOI RIST TICKET.-.
Now on tale to all touriat retorU
north, nt rttieatt and northwett. Uood
for retorn until December 31 tt l.s.
ATLANTA. GA,, tod RETURN.
Account UnitedConfaderata YeUrane
Reunion, July 20th to Brd. Very low
excnrMon rate will bt made for thU
eicuraion, baaed on one cent per mile
from Texaa common points. Datee of
nle July lih. 17th and ISth, limit 0.
gutt 1, I HUB.
'or foil particular, time enrda, ileep
er reaervatione, e r . apply to neareat
ticket agent, I. ,t lt.R,rml.
drM D.J. Pni.x,
G. P. an-1 T. A . 1.4 (j.X. R, R
P-tin., Texa..
HiT.C.
R. R.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN.
Short and JQuirk Line Hetween
North and Sooth Texu.
T, S
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nETtrEEJ,
OUSTON AM) DENVER
Via Enau aa ft. Worth
GALVESTON t,r.DEr,ISON
Via llnnakiaantt DalJa.
GALVESTON ,3T. LOUIS
Via II '. - , Eaala and Part
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The H, T. C. ri-aihes Ualveaton.
Houston, Brenliam, Austin, Waco,
Corticana, Wanhchi, Ft. Worth,
Uallaa, l'lano, Mi Kinney, Sherman
and Dent- n and fives flnt-claai
Seivhv
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T raffle Manager. tl. P. A T. Aft.
W. 8. WiLaox, At. Hosaiton
Bryan, Texat,

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