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tat of Wm SMH, M Pmyn, . 7 Shirt Waists Straw Hats; These are jfoinR at Cost. Ladies Oxford Ties At Cut Prices. Dimities and Organdies Greatly reduced. DUMMY WOODEN GUNS IN SPANISH TRENCHES. twilMM Art Astsaarla, staatUI SpM tBalligi. aaa) Ob rr KaMnn Mm ix.. Weak. I . AasoHaKa hut A SAO SIGHT ON 8EAVEV8 ISLAND. Ik firewall Kslr.aMly ralbatla. Comtek., wm. by Ik m f 1 1 . ,,!o uartcrs Jn.r 11 Tte Kings!"". Jamaica, July IJJT. p. m Portaniouih, X. II . Jul- It. -The Spanish in- tiers who wet brought to unrt in the suiltlarv crniaar St -righting continued all dnriag tba da LouU from Santiago, numbering 9M of to thu boor. The Amarlran. bar. ad- tb. . WDn fonnwl rt th. crfJW of Admiral Cerrm'i aquadmo, ara la comparative comfort in tha now bar barrack cm-ted fnr them at Seavey's inland. Anmnd tbem i a guard of lib NICE LINE TRUNKS anl YLISKS. VV Wltlll tO VOH thta Welc at' Sam SANGER'S. HIE DULY EAGLE. I, 'sses u'c at Brrsa, Taxes, u taavi 'Us atU matter iTCOWBasY CALMER A CAHNKh Bisbcbs JrTion raid: - Per Month. 40c wW.es, It 4 The indication are that there ill he a new alignment of na tional parties in this country after the war in over. "Free trade and failora righta" will be the toxin of the Union: mark that. With a navy superior to that of any other nation, our merchantmen should 1.1 . a till tiimi t tile coiium-rco ol 111" world. The party thai champion free trade will he the winner ami bring about thu glorious consum mation which will inaugurate an ra of prosperity tor t hi - country never experienced liefore. The vanned tedilv ail 'lay In several of tba Spanuh trenches oar troops foand dummy wooden puna, but no Rpaiuab soldiers. There was a very waak lire from the Snanish troops. The American nmcers hare received farther evidence of lb great d litres eg. isttng in Sautiago GOOD FORTUNES FOR SOME. OFFICERS. n? Hi. DssSjraaSkM c .rv.ras Hast Twe Huarir.d TbnuanJ IMUnUw. a Crew of arn.rlran V easel. Washington. July II Boas thing over $300,000 will be paid by the gov ernment a "head money," to officer and sailors who destroyed Centra' fleet. Thu is according to law, which provide for the payment of $100 a head for every man on the hip of tba enemy, when the ships are destroyed. A few of the officers receive pretty good fortune. Ths lsw governing tin dutnbution of this money i very explicit. There ore exact provision carrying it into effect and every nr. nl.ng t i ran., will be paid in doe season. CERVERA HUGS COMMODORE SCHLEY. Healer Is BICYCLES And all kind, of BICYCLE SUNDRIES. Wheels are the best. Yesterday afternoon they were taken to Greeley's Landing. Tba prisoner were marched to the highet part of the island where each man desalted under the eyes of the marine guard whatever belongings ne posanssed. It was a pa thetic sight I'rom beginning to end and such as wounl tiring tears to many eye.. The poor, wretched creatures straggled np the hillside clad for the nut part in rag, some i.f them l'ing coven-d only With the fragment of a tablecloth or a blanket, wbne other had on portion of what was once a c inform. Wheu the men lauded tome of them were so weak that they conld not stand, and laid on the ground until stretcher wars brought aud were carried to the main mad, where they were placed on tba grass. Many had wound that were still unhealed and tin ir heads ami arm Cleveland, rambler and Ideal We Kive special attention to all kind ol Bfcyc e li.pair work BICYCLES FOR RENT. ThreeUoorsi Ptoati mfWMOhuug' Ilot.'l. THE KRUPP WORKS, city directory. FAMOUS FACTOHY AT C38EN THAI MAKES MONSTER GUNS. A Cl l ull of rmsl.TM Maw Tkli rear, an llody or Maa W faalralled-A Kail war - 1 male; far la rselasltt I s of the roasMlry. The city of Bssen. Germany, Is lo- showed the effect of the temble battle rated In the center of a hilly valley. Bs-hl.y'a f'lia.rlng Words of Ills Bravery Toy. I. lit. Heart a Ih. Bps. Ish Admiral. Off Santiago, July II On return of the United Stat, si nil r H klyatothn blockade off Santiago, on the evening of July :i, the Iowa reported to Commo dore Schley that Centra, the command er of thu Spanish fleet, was on board The commodore at once weut over to tiny his reprcts. The Spanish admiral was much cast flow ii by his defeat, hut pre served adlgtuAed and. ..iirteous demean war is the deatbnell of protective ; or notwithstanding. Commodore Schley tariff and no one realizes the f ct more than the republican 1 -aders themselves. The United States is destined to feed the other nations of the earth. Denisoniiaietteer. TflDS&afcaY, JULY I t. lw. Admin) McGinty it now in com oandoftBe Spanish fleets. j KXatonge callt ineaiienuon jfVatakies nien of his town to the fidliBt the United States trj'tlt Sk"' onlv institution in thiinOBy a ' in make money ,lUXt. ' -.nn.'. 1 Ti Mtal card -ooii to aoaiai. g of the past, at leatt r-lfte card upon which the jge prilltel bBVe been . bemq. nte, which the govem . sal tl im longer bear. Any ca-lrflgolation Bixf. however, aithi !.! KtBtnp p-til on oak ... i" liru "! ""' ' ikatA famous rlotoryi i" alaai. sang 'level. Sp:lll!-h i,.,ut A low of mn. CUtgt t,, i.e . l Silence; now jaliu t) It cannot be said of the war in which the country is tow engaged that it it "a rich man's war ami a poor man's light. " Wealthy men -sone of millionaires, and men high in political ind social life, are now camped with the soldiers of the Na tion, and with this hickory-shirt yeomanry of the land, will "seek the bubble reputation at the can non's mouth." We are having an uaexpected and pleating revelation of the lietter side of American citizenship, and one that is calcu lated to inspire more confidence in he future of our country. Even from ehe curse of war we gather valuable experience "'from the thistle danger we pluck the Mower safety '' Luling Signal. said ha deeply appreciated the fact that the men of the ltnatktyn did not exult by cheering wle-n thi-r learned h was a prisoner on the Iowa He re plied In response to the commodore's re mark that it was the fortune of war. "Ye, but I've hat my rmn now that I've been defeated." Schley told him snch a brave deed as that of bringing out hi squadron could never be looked upon otherwise than a a most gallant feat, upon which Admiral Orvaralbiew his arms around the comimslore and said: " Ahl sailor are always gentle men." Admiral Orvera said h thought the dead would number TuO, though b could not tall definitely. CAN'T MOVE FROM COAL ST. THOMAS. Osnssi, rreurh and llsllsn Warship Will Take a Hand If MMsl Mat All.snel. sit, a Mote. The editor of the Greenville Herald, who wa an enthusiastic upHirter of Coi, Wynne, pays Major Savers the following mat compliment' "Savers will make Texas a splendid governor. A tried and true democrat, of dis tinguished ability, he will bring to the office of governor a long and varied experience in public a Hairs and will give to the people of Texas an honest, economical and efficient administration.'' New York, July IJ.-A special gram from St Thomas, to The Journal report that the Danish authorities have informed ( int..: States Consul Van Morn that the M) tons of coal which the United Stale ha In the harbors! St. Thoma i contraband of war and it removal by the l'nitil State so long as the government I at war w ,th Spain, will not tie permitted. Governor Ledor matin baa informed the ron.nl according to thi dispatch that any attempt to re move the coal will!' resitted by Ger man, French and Italian warship in the harbor and waters nearby. Con sul Van Ho n has refern-'l the subject to the authorise at Washington. PEACE IS WIDELY TALKED OF AT MADRID. In which they fought The crew of the Cristotnl Colon were lauded in a body. They went better clad and evidently lietter fed than the other men. Thirty members of the Colon's crew were, however, severely wounded and had to carried on stretchers. The unloading of the crowd was wit nessed by thousands, but not a jeer was heaid nor an act performed which might have given offense to the prisoner Kortv have beeu taken to the hospital suffering from wound and minor ill. Of the officer, there were 10 -4 Iteut enaiits, H surgeons, 3 ensigns and I paymaster- and these, through some mis understanding over order from Wash ington, w ere returned to the St. Louis It is nnderttl, however, that these same nfrV-er will t landed again. It wa an interetlng ight to watch the prisoner aa they accepted the for tunes of war. After breaking ranks tney lked about and saw matins and roue he and many other comforts which had not been their lot for many year. As they liked them over th v appeared to accept the situation with j much cheefuluess. They walked anmnd with what appeared to he a dignified air, and see mad lo be happy as appetis ing lor were wafted to them from the huge kitchen. i ine of the most toti'diing incidents of tha day waa the farewell of Captain K Dial Morrou, of the Cristobal Colon, of his crew just before be went back to the St. Ijoui. Few who saw the tenderness with which he walked down the line aad affectionately embraced each sea man a If he was his son, could refrain from tears, while the ace no will be re membered by those who witnessed it aa ' one of tha touching eiamplea iff the de 1 votion and reverence in which the sea man of every warship holds his com mander. When, finally the captain reached the end of the long line he turned aud in a voice shaking with emotion said a few words of farewell to the crew as a whole As he finished the half-lad men sur rounded him, grasped tils anus as if for one hut em brace. wlu.-h abounds In coal and Iron ore and the digging for both aad the melt-j Jn". M. Laarence. tag of the ore aad casting the metal i - Into Ingots and rolling It Into ban have been the occupations of the In habitants for centuries pa't- Fried rich Krupp. the founder of the great works bearing his nsme. was born Is I ITU. and when crucible cast steel was j first being Introduced la England and ; 'Its Importation from there Into Ger many bad been Impossible through the edict of Napoleon, called "the ton-tlnental-sperre." F. Krupp hexan tt ' nroduce crucible cast steel, first Ir I ' small quantities Ar flies, sfamps. rolli for coins aad shesrs, but only slowlj could he convince and persuade Gen ' man manufacturers to use hi cast 'steel, and after a life full of dlsap- polatments aad hardships he died IS I 1131. after a ionic and -ever nines leaving to his bob Alfred little elM than Ihe old homestead, which tll stead In the midst of the grest works, and the secret of his invention. Alfred Krupp' energy and enter, prise soon conquered. His first sue I cess waa to lie able to furnish cast steel of a varying degree of hardnes. t in orrit x. Ms)', C. A. Adams. Mar.hall, T. R Boyett Deputy Msnhal. K. H. Smith. Secretary suit Treasurer, II. fj. Kbodes City Sexton, II. H. Jones. Constable, ('. I.. Hsker. Aldermen It. G. Tabor, W. S. W. U. Harris, C. B. Wye, ii st orrn I". Judge, W. II. HsrmsB. Clerk, i W. Mr.Michael. Attorney, A. . Hoard. lat (' idector, J. J. Adsms. Tax Assessor, K. M. Nail. MierirT. T. C. Xuiib. Treasurer, K. W. Cerr. Di-tnct Cl. rk. J Q, Williams. l .'itiun-sioner- 11. J. Deens, Peter Thootk, Faitx riiilllpe, I'. H. Arnng-ton. nt hi ii i 1 mi riosi . Baptist W. C. r nley, pastor. Her. ces everv miu.Uv ll a. m. and 1 p.m.; Sundsv school Vi a. m ; pray er meeting Thursday Bight ilethodlat J. 11 Cocbrin, pastor. Service II a. in. sad 7 p. m Mir.day. undsy school : a. tu , F.pworth l.eag'ie undsv I p in prayer-meeting Tuesday night. I es; -t. r an J. P. West, pastor tnereuy increasiag lis saapsautnir ...r , a.rwiris morning and evening 1st. 3rd man ro w imriHiae. .-seat i amr in. aad 4t unday in each month, Sunday school ' a. m , prayer-meeting Weilneailay night. Christian, J. I.. Andrews. pastor- Service II s. m. aad 7 15 p. ui. Son day. Sunday school IM5 s. ra , Chris tisn Kndeavor 3 p. m. unla . prayer meritng Wailneedar night. Free Communioo Baptist- A. M teit i-astor ervicei eiery Sun. day night in each month; Monday school p) a. m St. Joseph's Catholic t hun h Father I'elnsr. pator. Mass at i and 10 a. m Snndy. Invention of the weldle car-wheel tires, which ware patented In 1M In all countrlea snd faratshed him capi tal for enlarging his plant. la IMS be Interested himself In coal mines. Iron ore mines snd furnaces, which should furnish the msterlal for bis Iron works, and In 17 he began tu reap the harvest from bl experiments In augurated long slate with steel csn- nons. and the great Franco Herman war of 1870-71 proved beyond doubt their superiority sgalnst the old bronte cannon. Since then the u reaa of these work snd their growth have been phenomenal, and when Al fred Krupp closed the busy snd suc cessful snd nhtlstiThronic work of his' life. In HIT, at Villa Hitrgel. his' iois.i mgnm... princely home on ibe side hills of thai Ivsnli ast ommsmlery No. H, knight valley of the Kubr, the city of Kssen, l Templars Meet .'ml Tuesday in each Kl.oles, K. C II ti. In recognition of his grest work, erect, month. A. M ed In his memory a beautiful inonti-.Rhodes, Secretary. meni on tne most prominent square or uy. T. lustm t the city, aad deputation from iBBn' M Meets third nations moiirneti si ins crave REQUESTED THEM TO LEAVE CANADA. Beaer llultnae and Ll.iit.aaat I'arransa Itsuarl rrimi Vlontr.at liy Sf.rlsl lt.iU.sl. Montreal, July I!. Senor DaMBB, late secretary of the Spanish legation at Washington, and Lieutenant Carranza. Kssen Is a city of M.OOO Inhabitants,! and over U.utH) uf this population are employed In the works of the abls and energetic son of Alfred Krupp -Fried-rich Alfred. Over l.iloo screa of ground are covered with buildings and ma chinery. Many coal mines furnish T. lustm hat ter No. H7. It. A. Mondsv in each Ih. John u Tabor II. I' . Jim 11 Heetl, nec'y. Itraio llge No. lat, A. F. A A. M. Meet f orth Mi inlay in at h month. S. B. i.'uchinan. W. M Joe B. Keetl, Sec'y. 1 . , mm ..... ... nrs i. i..Mge ,ii, i.f K. "f 1. Meet fuel for the works, over ton Iron ore flr-i and third In.al.y in each month mines furnlih the metal, and large! A. M. W.ldrop C 0 D C Da Iron ore deposits In Spain, near llllbao,1 . , have been purchased In sildltlon. and "f ' ' ' V "' a sue. nil fleet of steamers ha haer.' mean laalge No. 17, A.O.I-. W. military attache, will leav. Montreal tie i,,illt hnh u lag over 3U0.IM Mm Bl N' "'' fcoiid ami fourlh Tliursday in freak that our troved another of fewer but inure pi it would seem tn ible fs t that "Ameri have no equal on WL their achievement- are sttpl 8m1 saw Mr. L T. Hawks, who resides si x miles north of Madnonville, or thirty-eight milet from llryan. was here the pn-t week. Mr Hawks says he lud not been in Ilrynn for twelve e:irs bavim; traded at another tOWO con-dd' r ablv nearer him. but he was to pleased with tl' Spain Would .(otlt ll at Oaao If by ii..- Loss of Only t una, liul Not Olhsrwls.. night bv steamer for LivitismiI at the urgent and repeated request of the Do minion government The men have been in Canada a number of months, where they conducted a spy system in conni-ction with the war between Spain aud the United State. Thu, the gov ernment contended, was a violation of l the law. of the .ami, an i I In Suisli this Spanish Iron ore from Spain to each m n.tl. M II J ., M. W., A. the (ierman roast and up the Itblne. Twenty furnaces at Duisburg and Neuwled-on-the-lthin F.tnden, n-i order. Ilrysn No, l..lge lo.lj, K. of H.-Meet are reducing ti rut and third Tlm.l..-. la ...k the ore for the Krupp works and are month A. Kmden dictator A 1. A man into hi lit:hatigo .JH ..... went insifii" supiwting llttt 3 come, .n.1 they eoonomite, meea.v ,nd the man never i.tak. until neai "- tl lat hi- I ttp wstl BsM Bafe ta4 r bji ll to let, it llll . illred th' COW alien "'3 " guartoftl'o pegtand .i latbi." tant'e oll'cred by Hry.m ;i i trad ing point that be In- leterniined to como hero regularly in the future. The editor of the Mexioo I Ifo, Tribune thus atlsOanoot the sus pension of his paper: "We have lioped ami buttled, and hustled and hoped, but, frankly, there it little ground for hope, and conse quently little further use for hust ling. A republican paper can U 'got out' here, probably, but not one of the Tribune standard. The editor leaves today for the army. Madrid. Jut I'.'.-The ii.sibiluy of ice with tie- 1 nit.Hl Stat, s is widely ! discussed by the newspapers and by th nhiic i'i ii- native pa -, .bt'lare : mi i- er--!..tr- 'I lo accept la-aen priv vi ted it implies vly the lo of (ulm. I'.ut. thev assert. tf I lin-d r- war to will lii to Iindon ivod await onlers Iperior ad van-1 the bitter end If the United State should fnmi his govtrum' nt lforv pmci dlug officials were coiirteou.lv requested to leav.- the country Scnor DuB'' 1 very Indignant al the treatment he ha been subjected to, ami say the government will hear fnnu bun again when the present tioubes are ov. r. tin his arrival at Uivi r: n ho owned or controlled by thrni The main street of Kssen divide the Krupp works Into two parts, connect. j ed overhead with innumerable mam-1 modi steam pipe and bridges. and parallel with it, running east nnai west, the trnck ol the Ithenlsh atla I' itner, rep rter Hras . l amp No. 104, W. of W. Mat t second and fourth Fridsy in tMh oath, W. s. Stusrt; C. C; Joe B Uee.1, clerk. Ilryau Tent No. in, K. 0, T. M. way pus the work .n ihe north, while Meeting ni.-ht iir.t aud Until Monday In the south the railroad leading froralearli month. Ban 11. Wilson C Job claim l'orto Itleo, l'hllippiue mils or to Madrul an immense inueninity, which will 1 imptysslble for Sjtain to pay. 1 he t 'orrespomleucia -'tt it Gen t'orrea, the min ster of war, iiss not disagn e w ith ot er cabinet mi . tar so seriously a ih generally supposed in view- of the gravity of the CuKin situa tion. It is possible he will no lmu'er tite peace, provided the condition Is not loo mi. run-. ttl lllsi.k. Mil. I Hang. May field, Ky., July ll Bob IV.anks, the notorious tiegni ratiist, will hang The jury returned a verdict finding him guilty of ni. on the person of 1uiile Bailey, a Wlilto girl under I'J years of ijgr, and llxwi his puiilsbmciit at death by hanging Diiaseldorf to llr. : .; HiitMlmi:: .. , I It. I;,,. I. I; Berlin skirts the mill. Innumerable track connect tnene two main llnet of railroad, surrounding In an Inextrica ble network the building and truss ing the street ead ::i; to Muelhelm, he low It level. Powerful locomotives orniK train loans ol raw Mltrta! K. I'ryan I da , Home Forum Meeting nights second and fourth Weill eday eaeh month. L. A. Saun Jer., j.res't; Joe B. Bred, financier. Bryan Uhlge No. Vf.i National Ai l Meeting tiigl.ts ll.t and third Wednei Ihe yards and leave the works with 10 "och month. A. W. Molraan, Waal Team. stars aad I'sektr. St Iiuls, July lJ. Colonel Smith, deputy quartermaster general, lias re ccived onlors from Washington inse cure UO0 teainster- for service in Cuba. In addition to these men, who are want ed immediately, Colonel Smitb has ls-en Instructed to secure ftO or more mole packers. I 111. Condition of lotion. Washington, July I'J. Tho cmp re port of the tleurtment of agriculture. , say the cotton return to the statistici an department of agriculture, made up to July I, indicate the average condition to be 11.1 per cent compared w ith Mi on June I, I Mis. The averages of some states are a follows: Louisiana, 80; Texas, Ir i Arkansas, tt . aud Mineiuippi, laiiiiioie iirouiiri. nniMifd and reacrl I for shipment to all parts of the globe.' I Miniature engines and cars move about! ! between the bulldirrs on the narrow-! j gauge track, bringing mnterlal of I I smaller slio from one building to an , other until It Is finished and t, idy fnr I the market. Allan V ore n m urn The cult of the beard, at cord n to, tne Bncieui jewisa writers, started In the garden of Edtn. Adam, they tell us. was of prodigious height, and was furnished with a long l e inl which reached to his waist. pre VNNOUNCI.IVir.NT5. We are authorised lo announce ' , JKatttQ, MINKF.HT a-a candidate lor County Attorney of llruoi county at the ensuing November ejection. We are aiilboried to announce . w. BUCHANAN, as a candidate lor Cmmty Treasurer ol Brani county st the ensuing November election.