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PERFUMERY TOILET ARTICLES D0N7 YOU WANT THE BEST? Vo mm our StoehalweriOseaaleiewMfc Paltner'j, Jeeley's, Viola and California Perfumes and Violet Waters. Also tbc Ftn.-.i Stork of Combs, Brushes, and Facial Preparations in the City. surras wilson .jenkins DIUJCr CO. ... s, eat Strict I rate Drugs onlr THE DAILY EAGLE. '"rwS M ih. H o4 CUm mall T COHNKLLT. f ALatIS A CARRES. Man ouCtun tdltnr Par W OMORtmoH raica; k, Ida. . . Per Month. 40c M NIM Y.JULY -'4, 189. The ChAese loplo boat which sank the lh r dRJ in a time of tMQ coitlhe liviM of 118 men welve Bines more than all our navy has Est in the present war The sinkilr of the La Bourgogne out 560Kvee or more than twice the loss A death in Shaffer's army in the omation before Santiago. Htill tliislps not mean that war is prvferablAo eace. or that a battle jg Ui&sjdy-sjgjgfjsT 10 '"' " doc- that wp are a great people Galeeston News. At the A. and M. College farm soru harvtiting is under way, and it would jay many of our farmers to stop oir there and see the tine crop that burdens the ground cut with a elf-binder close to the ground i nd the bundles dropped at nearly irgular intervals, loaded into low bodied wagons, hauled to the silaie cutter, cut into inch lengths.lund elevated into the huge tta, without the woste of any part of I lie plant except the roots. This is aimed fodder, the greatest eoonora invention of the age in tattle U ding Kami an I Kuueh. To the ltenttlit'Mii of the Nev- in li Congressional IHs trlct sfTtaMi Hy virtue of the authority vented in me as Republican Chairman of he 7th Congressional District of Texes, composed of the counties of Brazos, Bell, Milam, McLennan, Limestone, Robertson and Falls, I hereby call a delegated Convention of the iiarty to meet in the city of Waco on Monday. August 15th, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. to nomi nate a candidate for Congress: to elect a Congressional Chairman, and to transact all necessary busi ness for the welfare of the party in this District. File credential- in my office at uryan, lexas on or before 12 o'clock m. of Saturday, August 13, 1898, properly signed by the Chair man and Secretary of your County n . i . . . v. invention an.l attested by yur County Chairman. Kates to Waco will le so made that delegates may go from that pdnt to Fort Worth. Apportionment same as for the State Convention. R. B. Ooonrr, Chairman. A. H. Colwki.i., I. Landry, Acting Secretaries. July 22, 1898. Little Patriot's Prayer. Following is the prayer of a lit tle Cleveland pat ri.it : "Oh, Lord, you know that ladies don't like to fight, and mv mam ma is a lady. Men is different. There was a coal wagon man swore at mamma once, and jwipa hauled ofl and knocked the stuffin' out of him. I want to be like that when I get big. And, oh, Lord, you know what those starvcrs arc a-sturviu' and murdprin' poor lit tle tahies and women and men. You've seen the pictures and you know what they look like. You know those atarver have got to gel a good ickin' for all that, and for sinking the Maine, t.,,.. I'apa savs you must never tight unless your cause is jii.M You know how that is, cause you've licked the devil so many times. And now, oh Lord, please let Uncle Sam go ahead and do what hp thinks best, forever and ever, amen.'' wawasss can diram i Bill" .Jawi, ' I I'M er it IS rested lied H There is no grander woman to ds v thah Mies Clara Barton, who, at an ale when rnst wom wt el sheir usefulness ended, is doing a ong the sutl'ungsol She is the Aincri- f the Bed Cm - ' " n of which is to car- S A- k erever ami to imniri ded. Hardly had -i her labor among the i:ie, the victims of l ttrki-ii lien she was called horn. Use to lu rj countrymen en a war waged against a tj uiteas cruel. It nwy in- reader to4now that 111 - Laving ite representatives ivilized nations, hd i' luly i L8W. After the Solferino, in which the d forces of France and li lted the AnstriiuiB, Sigimr f (ieneva. a man of to min tereit origin bat tit con. hi aly l Dunn wealtl an on nione to i an oLj. ct told in the in tea. M'I't t good A minister in a town a thousand miles away, on a recent Sunday surprised his audience hy reading the following announcement from '.'is pulpit: "The regular session of the nervy eiut will is- held a- us ual at the close of this service. Metniiers will line up just outside of the church door, make remarks and "tare at the ladies who pass, as is tlu-ir custom. Any member, known to escort a young lady to church like a man, and -it with her like a innlleman, will be I prompt! i X k-1 I d ! i 111 member ship.'' The application was to the peint, and the effi I Wai u. a r jous. Palestine l'ress. r CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE OUT OF IT? Many of the business men of Bryan have displayed their appreciation of the Eagle-Meteor Special Edition and the opportunity it oilers, by patroniz ing it quite liberally. Some have not been seen yet, but all will be called on before the forms are closed. The paper will be a large and creditable one, and the circulation will be the largest of anv edition ever issued in 'Bryan. The trip into Burleson county has been made and the reports brought in are equally as good as those from oth er sections ns to crops and prospects. Fourteen postollices were visited on the trip and many valuable statistics secured for the Special Edition. The Eagle has successfully issued more than one special edition setting forth the advantages of Bryan as a trading point, and it is therefore with assurances of success in the present instance that we are now preparing to get out a mammoth edition of the Eagle and Meteor which will be dis tributed systematically all over the trade territory tributary to Bryan in Brazos, Madison, Grimes, Leon, Bur leson and Robertson counties. Our representatives have made a personal canvass of territory, and the edition will be gotten out on original lines that connot fail to make it a trade winner. We appreciate the encour agement already received from the bsuness men of Bryan and wish all to be represented. jy.LBFftT J. HAftflBfiS. -BICYCLES And all kin BICYCLE SUNDRIES. Cleveland, gambler and Ideal Wheel are the hest. We give special attention to , 'all kiids of Bicycle ilrjuur work BICYCLES FOR RENT. ThreeDoorM North l" KxtlMetagf. Ut"l. I'r .(a. Kiland, Kv. re.lne and Acutf, who are conducting the sinung normal at Bethel, will give a coacsrt Friday night, July -."I, assisted by the pupiU.it the normal. F.vertUsly ii cordially united lo attend. The program, which includes viksI and instrumental music, will be found exceedingly attractive. Admission 'IS cents. The fundi lectiv- ed wiU tx-use.1 t help dsfrsy the ei- ! of the n.irmal which waa tiulten up by the directors a a public benefit. and baa eered that porp-.-e iu. t ri! i lively. CITY DIRECTORY. cm mm (. Mayor, ('. A. Adsni. Marahall. T. P. Boyett. I)epiit Msialial, II. II. Smith. Sei-retary ai.d Treaturer, II. KliodM. Ott Seiton, II. It. Jonea. t'onatable, . I.. I laker. Aldermen. it. . Tabor, W Howell, W. W. Harr.v Jno. M. Ijiwrenee. C II. Wye. iimi eetMMawa Judge, W. II. Herman. Cleat, ... W. Mi M . I. a. .. Attorney, A. 8. Ihtard. Tat (' iilectnr, J. J. Adaona. Tax Aeaeaeor, K. M. Kail, sht riff, T. C. Nana. Treaanrsr, K. W. I'arr. Di.tnct Clerk. J r. Williams. l".Miiin.'i..iier I. . Iveim, I'eln H. Vrring- Clill ll.iwsid, theeprtsa meaieuuer un the train lieid up by roblwre near It Worth, wa railed in Hryan and ia a nephew of Mr. 11. O. B.atwtiKht. M robbera attempted to blow up lu-iar with dynamite, and It wanofaolto Iheire that they did not ttMe-.l. The young man allowed great coolneaa and bravery in refuaing to leave hia car un der audi iK-riloua cm umatan e. K the dynamite had eiploled lie would Thomas. Kelix PwMM P have been blown to aloma. He rr-idea " in tialveaton. o!iege aeefwl ami oth-re wre siven ' iiuacn niaamoat, a delightful 'lance at the horns of Mr. Baptist-W. C. Ktdey, pastor; Her and Mrs. J. W. ('arson near I'itt Undue vicea every Sunday II a. a. and 7:1ft Wednesday nigh'. Mr. and Mrs. Car-. p. ui. . uuiUt school ! .' a. m.; pray- so n are great fiiends to the toting peo- er meeting Thursday night. pie and never mis an opportunitt ( M tfn list J. U i'ochrsn, pastor: give them a good time. .Service 11 a. iu. and 7 p. m. Sunday; e ' Sundsy MWol ! V a. ui , Kpworth Dr-erlptiiMi ol ( iiiia league Sunday 4 p m . prayer meet I'nderall the disadvantages that i" Tuesday night JVesln'ter.an J. I' Heet. pastor the Spanish government ran intlictl and with a vast area of her soil un- j touched, Cuba produce when not waste.1 by war. about 1 100,1)00,1100 worth of sugar and tobacco an nually, and their is a jtropical luxuriance of fruits and forests, while her mountains are reservoirs of minerals and her rivers and shores swarm with fish. There is no more exquisite feature in any landscape than the royal alms and the orange trees never touched with frost, and loaded with gulden spheres, and the cluster of bananas clinging under feather foliage, while the green ox-oanuts hang high each containing a ijtiart of pure wret water, mid where tlie soil ia not a deep, dark red, it is so black that it shim s as if oiled. Around the coral shores is the snowy surf of seas, matchless m color, and, over all, the exalted arch of the ky, with delicate tint of indigo Sjsitted with start that are strangely brilliant, and the procession of the . .mstellatious moves with unutterable majesty. Murat llalstead. .nceived the idea of such fort The three years he has been studying abroad there never fsileJ DM from him tho most loving Hi, and his resources were over at our command. The gentlest, no- nature, with every attraction o( p. rson and eharaeter, he claims tho admiration of every oi.e wb knows him. To us, near- and dearest to him, it took DO M.mtiago to proclaim him a hem. He has iieeti to us for so long the truest ,ern as noble son and idolized brother. The plaudits of the world py, but it told ui nothing new f are his, and whilo history will re- II. Hero. .-peaking of h . on, llichtn md, Mrv Sallie Hob-ui . writing from BrCttMboro, Ala , to a friend in New York, says . "Mn li recognition is i .... ... .ii:. '- - i .1. i ..ii ..iiril tin. .Iirmir ileeil nt n rn- Jiiltioll iill1' ttevoicu his ins uruiiii orii.. .i uooicr son no i La vears of his life' mother ever lia i. II. !, been a . the gentler, sweeter, noiner f" ' ml... ng forward his benevolent Lhichhas resulted in un- li il.iis:inds. not hi ile! 1 1 lcviation of suffering. I...: g warring nations to res sign that tells of peace and I to men. mighty tower ol strength to me for ,H'aul)' of hi" r,ature ca" k' known years." Never forgetting the many M to lhoi0 U) wl,om 1,0 '"rt ilemnmls of :l laroe bniispliold if beiC 1 w. - - - j - has always been hi- pieasiiri; to share his salary with ui. In every way he has been a help and a com- And thus it ever is, "the bravest are the tenderest, the loving are the daring." In Memory ol lvleimr. Wofeb. Whereas, it has pleasetl .in all-i-e l'rnvidi le t i reiiiovi Iron. our midst our Sunday school pupil. Vivienue Webb, who by In i wn and gentle disposition, had b pome dear to Us all; therefore be it re solved, That while we low m sub mission to the will of tiod, yet we mourn her death and mis her cheerful fa'-'o ami happy nature. 2. That we will tenderly cherish her memory and faithfully I dlow on till we meet her in the great Sunday-school above. .!. That the heartfelt sympathy of our Sunday-school he extended to hor family in their alllietion. 4. That these resolutions be pub lished in our town papers ana a copy sent to the family of our de ceased schoolmate. Signed, Matt if. Minteb, Kona y.ritKH, Mai d McMukkkis, I.i i n i. Wysi, Com. Methodist Sunday School. The Louisville Dispateh thinks it was very considerate iu congress to so shaie the stamp tax that corporations could shift their part of the burden to their customers. In making laws these simple courtesies to corporations are rarely overlooked by our v, h t lawmakers. Itesd J oli n notice of Ids r He will be loc slier Wigtist. Caldwell's ad giving ival sale tin- in- ntli. 1 at Head's drug-t ue lKtf The Chinese have i extensive purchasers maile plg-lron, the del has heretofore been Kncllsh, Germans am r wwSSSJ I by the lens. A n la now Services morning and evening 1st, 3rd and III. Sunday In each month, Sunday school 9:41 a, , prayer-meeting Wednesday night. Christen. J. L Andrews, pastor Berrteas II a. m. and 7:1 p. m. San der. Sundsy sehool 'til a. ., t'l.n tian Kndesvor ;i p. m. un ls. prayer meeting Wednesday night. Kree Coeamanion Baptist A. M. '. pastor Services every Sun day eight ia each month - under school 10 i m HI. Joseph's Calhtilic Church Father Pelnar, pastor Maae at s and 10 a. m. Sundsy. I OIK. I HHT1S.... Ivanln Commsndery No I, Knight Templars-Meet '.'nd Tnesday in each month. A. M Uh.sle., K. C , II (i. Itliisles, Seretary. W. T. Austin Chapter No. s;. H. A. M. Meets thirl Monday in each month. John TalM.r II. P , Jos B. Itee.1, tmff. Ilraio. lp. N,,. i--) A y x A M Meet fourtli Monday n each month. R. k. Nail. W. M..C. l arr. sc'y. Bra., bxlge No. (U, K. of p. Meet Hnt and third Tuesday la sash aseath -A. M. Waldrop C. 0 D.O. Ie Man t, K. of K. A Vulcan laxlgs No. a7, A. O. U . W. M.et s I i fourth Thursday in 'each month. M. II. Jauie. M. W.. . Kmden. recorlsr. Bryan No. Ixslgs 10 .U, K. of H.-Mest first and third Thursdays in each month. A. Kmden. dictator, A. J. Plainer, reporter. Bras.s Camp No. 104, W. of W. Meet second and fourth Friday in each month. W. . Slnart: C. C. ; Joe B Heed, clerk. Hryan Tent No. g, K. O. T. M. Meeting nights rir.t and third Monday each in .nth. Sam B. Wilson. C.;Joe B. Hee.1, K. K. Hryan Islgs X i, .H Home Forum Meeting nights second sad fotrth Wsdne-lay eaeli month. I,. A. Saon-iler-, pres't. J It, Rred, fnaucier. Bryan Lodge No. -lOti National Aid Meeting nights lirst and third Wednes day in eseh montn. A. W. Ilolman pres't ; W. S. Stuart, see'e. to Shanghai. Shu will not take out a full cargo, owing to the "dead-weight'' character of the shipment, but will nil the remaining part of her cargo apses with refined petroleum ami BIS lancoua materials, llctides this, the Iron will act as stiffening for the ves sel on her Ions run to the Far Ksst. Instead of taking atone as ha'.last, the Iron will serve that purpose. ,md thus the einenae of loading and discharging the ballast will be dons away with, ami the vsssel will eara freight charges on what heretofore has been a dead loss lo every sailing vessel. J. VVITTMANft, M BRCHANT TAILOR Bryan, MAIN STHKKT, Tex-. Ail work Uuaranteed and done promt ly- Uive him a ca. .