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JScan Ifobrmng Eagle.
Vol. Ill No. 202.
BRYAN, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1898.
Price 5 cent.
1
IVORY SOAP
Fancy IT FLOATS.
f Grocer- f
ies
Our Specially.
Tl Howell e
The Grocers.
HIV
PARSONS' B0TTUMG mm
I atwajai -nil refitted ith New mill Improved liwhlnrr. A
Sirntly l'lrt 'Iih. util l'i-lo-lule I'lmit. now prepared to All
r.Urgeor -ti.nl . f r PI MM, IIO.IOM I mill BHM
GUAM! 90OA WAT Kit, .l tlavor, at Wholraale and Retail.
PRICE. ONLY 50 CENTS PER CASE.
A limn of the public patronage reepectfnlly solicited. Cotimrv Met-chant-,
I'ic-nic sod festival patties esperislly invited to give na tria.
We goarule II iro.i of onr manufacture, end give prompt attention
t all orders. Call ..n or a i lr. --
C. C. PARSONS, Bryan, Tex.
proprietor ant Battler "MANGANIC IVKI.I.s V.TKK." Nature's owr
Kemc.li for Indigestion, Dvapepeia, etc. Mead.iua'trre for Kine Cigar
Cn.liea, Fruit-, Nut, etr.
TAYLOR & COX, Prop'.
SUMMER DRINKS I
Cooling Drinks, Stf.nothening Cordials.
Everybody treated Right.
Best Wines, Liiquor and Cigars.
James'
T
HEAT POWDER
The lient and I'urcet I'owilcr on the Market.
ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO INFANTS.
Has no Equal for the Cure of
It softens and presence ilia Skin ol Adult" and prevent the Noxluua Odor
01 I . ealve per.piratmn.
Agent tor THOS. GOGGAN & BR0.. Pun.. Organ. Shift Music and Mu-
l -:xl Supplies, (ict my .ni. -.
Look over this Line
FINE IMPORTS
and tee il there is anything you want.
Crcmc dc Hciithe
Enlcon Hrand
Veno Vermouth Haraschino
Pale Orange Bitters.
ALL TIIIC llAIHNd IlKANDM OK Mljl'ORH,
In
DTJKruj db
MIX MM
GOOD LUCK!
to Drink at the
GLOBE SALOON
Mosquito Lotion. Toilet Soaps, and True
H.i OJe '.cm CMn., is L4 Flonsci.
Creme de Cocon
Holland (iln.
DA
THAT LETTER OF
GENERAL GM'IA.
It Ha Not He.n Herei-rd by
the OnirlalH at the Na
tion. I Capital.
ATTACK BT GARCIA
UPOS ; SPANIARDS.
Xo porl That the ubaini Hail At
tacked Spanish Soldiers Who
Were (Joinij to Surrender.
GRAVE C0N8EQUENCE8
EXPECTED IF TRUE.
II Will Ii. . i.l. tin. AltilMde of tha
laited State Toward nbana
la the Fnlnrr list lie
hi. Spala.
Waahingtnn. July -It is positively
at the war doirtmctit that the
letter which General t iarna waa repre
sented to hare addressed to Oeneral
Shaf ter announcing hia withdrawal from
farther cooperation with the American
troop, baa not yet reached the wax de
partment. Official are tnrlined to be
lieve If the letter really rxtate, and of
that they have little doubt. It will reach
Washington through the mall from
Santiago It was hoped the St Hani,
which lia arrived at New York, would
tiring mail, 1ml did not do eo. probably
from yellow fever.
The only word from Shafter orer
night wa a statement that General Duf.
held left Santiago Krvlay. and (ieneral
Corbin't eon, who waa reponad to be
better, will lea ye for home a arn aa he
conld be transported safely. No word
ha rearhed the department from official
souro relative t . rv-s.rt.-d attacks by
Caret upon Spanish soldiers. In the
abeaaroe of reliable report on the or.nr
renea, which if true, may be fraught
with the graTeat rrmaoqawBUtii and affect
immediately the attitude of the United
State government toward the Cuban,
there la a decided disposition to refute
to diacuas tho matter at lb war depart
OARCIA'S men set
UPON SPANIARDS.
Th ftpaeuh Tr.M. Ho. ra TX)lr
Way IB Kaaiui. arrdr
I larl sksn.r.
New York, July 33 -A special to The
Herald from Santiago amy great excite
ment waa caused at Santiago uilay
by a report that torn) insurgent, com
posing trarcia' army for eastern t'ubu
were Muted in a fierce eugagi'iiunt
The Spanish troop were bound for San
tiairo to surrender. KortT-one I'ulau
wen killisl.
Will IW(la Saaday.
Vnhinutoti, July ML -Oencral Miles
I now east of Cape Haytten. havmc
pi 1 !! St. Niello;.-., l. von.l narii
of the cable. It it assumed all ia well
ith him, and that hi llagthip Yale,
with the remainder of the Beet, will
c:i-t iin.'hor tomorrow in the Mater of
I 'of'" Kieo '1 hu may again happen . n
Sondav. which heretofore hat U. n .,,
lucky a day for tha Amariaaa mUitarv
and naval ntvratiou during tho war,
will be a further distinguished day upon
which the Porto Rtcan campaign will
be initiated. The navy ia now actively
cooperating with the army in making a
suet . of Mile . xjiedition
-... . ii.
Washington, July .3 The naval war
board had a conference with tbe presi
dent. On leaving tbe White House
Secretary Long taid the meeting hail no
special etgnincance
The Monterey, the secretary thought,
would urrive at Manila about Aug. II csr
4, and tbe Mot-jidnock about a week
later.
Nothing of late baa been received
from Dewey or Sampson.
Bast teller a rake,
Santiago, July HA It now turn ont
th .t the l.'tu-r alleged to have been ad
dressed by r.trcla to Shafter, complain
Iuk of the treatment acconl.sl the Cu
bans and advising Shafter of (iani.is
n .lu'iiatinii, wa. nn'itxn-,1 by a newtpn
pT i . .ivs.miieiit m .unci Arms, who ha
IsH'ti acting on the staff of Castillo.
It is not char that (i ml Ciarcia ever
saw the letter.
!irl llroukr I. .in
(Xaokanmngtv, July St. Ueueral
Ilnsik and staff left on a special train
for Newport New, from whence they
ro to Porto It ico The ilerture of ( o n
Unniko leave Gearnl Wade In com-
-urn! at Camp 1 noma.
.. M.S. Thirty K.....V
an Krenriaoo. J air . The torpedo
"mi destroyer Parragul will be given
krr official trip nest week. It it doter-
tamed to uuia tbe little craft
Llealeeiaal ttrlU I All.
Bt L-oal. Lieutenant Bridge, Com
pany H. Twenty-eecond United State
infantry, wno waa reported killed al
Santiago ia alive.
THE MAINE WAS
WRECKEO BV A MINE.
tUKI.UlM a tha Wreak 4 .aib
arl.lM tWal urh Itoyea
shsd-w f UhW.
Santiago, July 33- "Any doubt that
may have exiated that the Maine waa
tlcwn up by an outalde rxploion ha
ban diaaolved by the examination of the
oagiuiad Spanish hipa," said a mem
ber of the hoard of survey that exam-i
mat the remnant of Cervera'a fleet.
"Of the four thlpa examined three
wan blown Bp by their magasimw, and
of theaa on had every magaxine ex
pkatd aad torpedoei In addition, yet la
noxe of them waa then the tame effect
aaarodaced by the exploakm of the
Main.- There waa no upheaval of keeL
Tm effect waa nearly altogether up
ward Outside of the spring of a few
platN the hulls were intact.
"Hie Almtrante Uquendo was straak
over 58 times and the Infanta and Maria
Team 37 time. The record of the
daaages to the ships is of great interest.
Th tight started at a range of Mat
yards, . three miles, and at a range .f
XMH or .'400 yards two torpedo boat and
twa cruisers were annihilated. The
wwavt ngniing wa none at i iw aats
tOU yard by the Brooklyn and Viacaya,
with annihilating effect. But two pro-
j jeaWn larger than an "--inch struck the
vesxtl. Both of the, either IMnch
, . . .....
I f-" l",n I ,hronh tbe ln,
.nana lereaa. bOMMbV 1 IB. S-
inch and H-pounder projectile did the
t ax of the work, and they were fnght
.'Jlj deatructive.
NEW RIFLES FOR
THE VOLUNTEERS.
reeaty ThMus.1 Will H litoirlbaled
isimi i a BYeaaa t u wiia
Mil lo fort XUa
Washington. July St -At least 30.000 ;
ef the volunteer who go to Porto Rico
are to be supplied with the Krag-Jor-
gentrn magaxine rifle used by tbe re;u
Ur army Thu announcement, made by
tha ordinance department, came as a
surprise, the understanding having been
that the tupply of the improved gunt
would not permit of their being served
out to the volunteer troops for some
month to come.
The ordinance department wa con
Wtit to let thai impression prevail, so
knit: as it wa not prepared to contro
vert it with overt evidence in the thane
of tbe arris themselves, but it has mean
while been straining every energy to
an uuinlate a etoclt of the rtflea in ordi r
H it'" tie ir issue generally as ,.n a
rsweihlc.
For tho Porto Rico exped
will be made np chiefly of v
iment not equipped with tb
. which
leer reu-
t.'.-rnlllirc arm, the department progasu
I to supply one entire corps of about iO,.
i men with Krag-Jorgnen. It may
not lie able to deliver all these gum to
the men before they sail, bat they will
f...l .a them to the island a. rapidly as
possible. Ju-t what regiment will re
I cere tbe new arm will depend upon
trcneral Mile, to whom they will bo
i tent for !Utn button.
Some difficulty is t ing experienced in
keeping up with the supply ot ammuin
I tioa for the HO-calibrc nfle While the
j government it taking the maximum out
put of all the cartridge manufacturers
w ho pntioce the ammunition, the quan
tity needed per man and tbe rapidity
! with which it disappears w hen the army
I it doing any lighting has more than kept
pace with the increased producing oa
1 pacity of the factories. The output ha
not l-en w hat was exnected. either, so
that even if the government had enough
K : Jonren..., to .n. t). nr.. vol.
artaaai armv it wonl.l not l )iU baa,
iiuition.
TktBI trouble will be obviated in the
I. re tho can
begins it ii with
nearly all the v.
crn rifles
llav.iu.i
lltlrt that
i.ive m-. i
Culnn I. a llalllnblp.
Siintiago, July 3:t TheNmrd had up
on it anch capaltUo men as Kxecutive
officer Rogers, of the Iowa, Kxecutive
ollhvr Mason, of the Rnatklyn, expert
on the effect of shell on armor. Lien-
tenant Hueoaler of tho Texas, who ha
made splendid improvement in gun fir
ing on that ship and Naval Constructor
Hheoii of M. mm ur fume, who has a
reputation for knowledge of ship con
struction. Briefly, these officers found
tho Cristobal Colon a battleship of the
first class, with six inches of, steel for
HAVE
WhethiT the American flag float-ovr
Santiago or not. Now tliejuetion ia
WHERE TO BUY IT FROM?
Any cliiltl can answer it. The Original
Cutter is and up-to-date gn. i aul . at
Mppty your wants, fill your larder and
MAKE YOU FEEL ON GOOD TERMS!
With yourself and everybody else
When you give me your ordera you
i
can depend ujion getting the liest
the market aflord ami at a living
profit only. "Remember the Name.''
1 TTO- B
Tho
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J
r wat. r une.
rrey-r.,, .. tt.
JLI)ZT,XHJD;
' w"Mr 'I. luniuiui l ITW an-
Ucioated ..oxck of the fmtod State.
t xt. ti.ive pn iuratioos lo resist tha aa-
, , . . . ,
coxamaad of (iecsral Miles.
Tre ! ALger.
Waahinirton, J n.v . Five troopa
cavalry from Camp Jxlger have been
.ienl to proceed to Newport News
embarkatvmtotVanoBico
Caalraei sw l:...,.
Washington, July n. -The contract
fiw trat
the Spanish tnwus
o Spain, drawn by
from Santiai
Attorney (iei
ally executed
its agent gavi
faithful perfo
.rigg. has been (oraxe
he company through
d for SrtO.ono for tbe
contract.
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That b not a ralnt that eoears m. anr
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CHROMIC AND PRIVATE DISEASES.
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uualad Donble Daily Mervice to 8t.
Lonia, ndlnre . C narcUoaa fa
PoinU F.ast.
S' MMI R ( 1 1 rim riCKETS.
Now on sale to all to
north, northeast aad norths
for return until Decern! er3l
ATLANTA, G A., and
Account I'nitoilCon
Reunion. Jnly 20th to
exenraion rataa will bo
excuraion, based on ota
from Taxaa common poia
ale July 16th, 17th aad 1
guot 1, 1Mb.
ror rail particolart.
r reservations, etc.,
ticket sgont, LAG
lre n t P....
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