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)L. Ill No. 203. BRYAN, TEXAS. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1808. IVORY SOAP I Fancy I f I Grocer. I IES I rr FLOATS. ninnn n Overzralnuit wipapr Corre- unilcnt Taught Valuable Lesions by Sliafter. Our Specialty Till- CASE OF SYLVESTER SOOVEL General Sliafter Send- Him Hark. Al though llii OftVnie Ww Death hntahMM. Illiwll The , w. Grocers. THREE OTHERS ARE RETURNED BY 8HAFTER. The; lurid- the iihans in Make I'd Jatt Demand. . . . I II It Dellerd Tlici M I : 1 1 . 1 . For lii !' Arllon. ARSONS ' BOTTLING WORKS K merged Ml refilled with Ni'w iiimI Improved Marhlnrry. . I Ir.l In., anil I p-lo-lMIe Plant, now prepared In IN MMtlmjaa hmII, In PI KB, hoi.i:homi: MMl lltuil (JHAUr. 80IA ATF.IC, ad (!, t Wholeealeaod Retail. tICE. ONLY 50 CENTS PER CASE. A share of the .iir patronage reapectfnlly oliritcd. t.'.untrv Mar. chant., llcnie. aad Feetival parties eeeclally invited to give trln. We guarantee all gooda of our manufacture, and give prompt attention to ail avian. Call a or ad Ireat, C. C. PARSONS, Bryan, Tex. Proprietor mi ittttfr - ma mi A Mr WWUM watki;, Nature' owr Brmnlr for li ilifHUl 'D, Ivppaia, air. Ilralii'i ra lor nne t KrB Candies, Pruil, uta, atr. GOOD LUCK! to Drink at Ihe GLOBE SALOON AYLOR & COX, Prop's. SUMMER DRINKS I olino Drinks, Stenothenino Cordials. Everybody treated Rioht. Best Wines, Liquor and Cigars. Mosquito Lotion. Toilet Soaps, and True HEAT POWDER The IhkI and I'imat I'owtler on tin Market. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO INFANTS. no Equal for the Cure of at LltisV. and present- the Skin of Adult ami preventa Ilia Noilolia Odor ol I itlve ier.plranon. tnt lor THOS. GOGGAN & BRO.. Hum, OrfllaM, BlkMl Muri. mul Mil nical Supplied, (id my prioea. Look over thu Line ol -K5wmmBt- FINE IMPORTS and tee il there it anything you want. Creme de Hen the Creme df Cocoa I .ikon lirand Molland dm. Veno Vermouth flaraschino : Pale Oranjje hitters. Al l. IIU UaADWG DBAJIOSOF UQVOM IDXJTXTTV db IDA. Washington, JiiIt .' .. (ieneral Shaf fer report, ll .n lii n.litiori of th- troop at Santiago are rapidly Improv lair and hi- .alii b honed in the course of a lay or two to have ibam all located in niiiifortnbli' nnii win-re they mar ret and recuperate and whrra Iba tick . may recover. The general iuak no mi-ntlon of tba nliir"l li-tt.'r (run li-m-raj llama to lnmelf nor dia-a Iip of any friction la-rween them, whence the department baa corn to rlirobt the authenticity uf piililt.hitl stun ri mi. .object In report to the war department rel. tiv ' ' hi uti i it Smtiago i i' ii Shafti-r lia thrown some light on tb difficulties in which ."rtain of tba new paper rom-.p-'iiilvnt than lae involv ad tbamaalvaa Km.-ii hu rvport it uouM aa-ar that aMimatml hr an amUtion to taka a proniiti. mi pirt in tba important , cTrnt. follow inir 1'iwh other in raphl nr malon at HantiaKo ufter the imtuition of tbe negotintioiia (or the .arremler of the rlty a few of the aVMaMaWal wen. iroiltr of irrnTe bn-a'-h.'. of milita ry law, neoeaoU'inii prompt, correetitra anion lit (i n ral Hhafter Tboa, for laatanoa, Mylreater Seorel in bta efforu to take part in thu thitf rai inx over tlie ritjr liaii, re.utaii ibe mill. ' tary offlren In tba eiecution of their itntT ami eren attempt..! a personal a anil tiin the i-ommanointt general Thl. maile blm anbjart to nmmair anl aerere putilabment, aren death, yet (lenenil Shatter, pmlalily realiainf that iirrioranea of militair Uw waa tba a lilanation of the artioa, eontento.1 him- aelf with eitiedtnir tliat eorrc.ponilent ' from fnha A more aeruwt nffenaa, from tin- fart that It might eiuily bare le. to rioting and lou of life, wan that of three other. mrrep"iident who it appxara by Gas, ; Shafter'. rejirt. hy nrrulating Intlama-top- h..i, r, .tirr- l up t!' town. They wai likewiaa deported and aa e videin- that he h:i. no ill feeling towanl. the ftftl MfnMdai liy them bnt detre. , onlr to i ' .neh oontrnl aa la Ira peratielT detnatnled In th inten-at of nafety o( oar tnmp. and protection of ' I. i 'pi" tin '. r their . nr.: liem ral Shaft, r h.i. lir'.i to.it thr .orn--liondenti may U immnduitaly replaire , by other from the aame paper who wwl I olraenm the roiea of prmlenre With the week jnat clnaed tba United Htateaaawthe end of the thirl month of the war with Spain ami the repni.i Ue official., from the preaulcnt down to the lowmt employe, who bail a hand withahaping the roura of arenta, M ing nothing Iral aatlafaetton with the prigreaa. t rrer a qnartar of million mi n hatre lawn nnni.l and eiiuppi.l and many of them have aren tiattle. The Iwttlea arnnnd Santiago have tieen re markable and in the opinion of riarta hare covered the United Stater, army en gaged with imjierlihahle glory. The flrt gn-at lAltlo of the war In Porto Klco will be fonght at Han Itclnw Tbi town la near Ihe inland of VitafH which win the firm plain contamplateil liy the r iiewrtim'iil, mid which pi in haa only lnvn .lightly varied in detail. The aecond u ( inaiiK i, on the outh ("Ml tba ipadtttea to Oaanioa ia to lie In command of (leneral llnioke. The third point of landing will be at D.irnclomta. 1 h plan I. that the c ipi.tittona landed at Kajam and nt liiinica abould inarch I into the Interior and uieet at San IHo drna While to iieral Mile in cM cted to land at Kajantn and tlen Urooke ut (names, leneml Wll.on and ( o n Krimt an' i'inei'ti. to land at liarcelonlti but will not advance into tb interior oniil (teneralr. Ml lea and Hronkc have made a junction at Sin I'ledraa. J I'hat Ilewcr It ton'ceive the of a force wliirn win maae toa Ameri can warahlp in the Fhilippinea over whelming, rrn-ivea daily new corrobora tion The laraaiiUnl haa vary wiaely ootae to the coneltuion that if com pi u ation. ia Iba orient are to be feared, tba boat way to avoid them la by Iba arm ana of an imposing Meal of naval veaaela, araiot which no coantry, with poatflbly tii. eieeption of (iraat Britain, could li a to be anecaaa fnL Tba war to avoid a fight ia to show your prorpert.To opponent that yon can whip him. The flrat of the Sjoniah aum ndered at Santiago are expected to have for Spain about Thoraday. CUBANS RESENT SMAFTER'8 ATTITUDE. Thar apr. of OarrU'. Aaltea la r.llD( U Mia IUalgaatla I Oaaaral ' ' Santiago cl( uia,jQjjr , o p m via Rmgaton, July 2f. -The Cnhana here resent team ral Shafter'a attitude ui ig nonng treiettl liarcia and refusing to allow the Cuban troops to enter Santia go or to conaslt (JeneraJ (iareia on the terma of tba aarrender of the city, (n-neral Oarola'a action In withdrawing hia tmope into the interior, hi letter to i Qaaaral Shaft. r and the reaignation of hi comuisad forwardad to (jeneral , (romec, are approved and applauded by ' all claaaaa ol aativea Oeneral (iania refomd to accept a aabordlnate pbu-e, inaistiug that be waa an ally, (esavral Hhafter'a atuwer. aay ing that tba waa a war between the United Stata and Spain irreapaetive of Ouba'a indiniaal intereat and President McKinley'. (attractions with referenc to th adm. lustration of the .urn-nd. n-d dlalrict, pukluied bare Satnnlay, are interpreted at a tarit avowal of Amen ea'a intentina to annex the ialand and not to grant radepeodenoe. Thl is oppM,.i by the Cnlnn. Sen or J'axqnlii Castdlo, preaident of th Son Carlo. CnUn clnb, and a brother of (irnerel Castillo, urges an official pro test to Pn .ab ut McKinley without de lay, laying "silence now would indicate our content to the American attitude which is a plain breach of faith lha' th" Cul'iin- inn iy toi. rat" " A meetitg waa held thta afternoon at the San Oarbai dab to disru the niat ter aud it it probable that a protest waa drawn upwlnch wtU lap snbinltted. Il ia tifaVrstias! thai nnuiy it bo were present at Ibe meeting favored th scheme nf a protectorate by the Unite.! State with eventual annexation after five or att years, bnt the protest is on a matter of principle, the main objection Iwiug the continuation in office of Span ish official uppnitited by Madrid on the ground ' .at Spaniards, as a conquered nation, thould not I vests.! with au thority over Cuban, the allies and coad jutor, of the United State and the rep-n'-'titatitea of a free ami independent .op. ..'h I. Ullderatisal to hav.- la-en tin tenor of the meeting. The dorumnnt which ia bring circa-! lated (aignatures among Cuban real. ! dents la Santiago addressed to th" preslib ol f the United State thank hu him f'rthi fonprration of the army of Hie Utilteil State and xn'S.ng th" 1 hope that the American government , will rerogniie Culaiu aov. n ignty in tlv j antTeiidr-il airtbm of the provini.- of Santiago de Cuba, waa draft..! by Arm., the new "pajs-r I'orrespnndrnt on th. tlaff of the Culngrneral. Castillo, w l lraftel the alleged letter of protet fnuu . ( r.-tienil i in n to ( o'neral Shafter ENTITLED TO NO CONSIDERATION AT ALL. Itata) Tall, a apsnl.h lintrar Thai Ilia Mr.. Da trl. Thai tr. Ill.li..)- ..'.!.. I,, Wr. Ouantanainn Bay, July XI When I Admiral Cervrra and the other officers of ihe fleet of Spain Were about to aail on the St 1iaif aa prisoners of war, it waa discovered by Flag Lieutenant Jam. - H Scars that the- officers of th. Criatotwl Colon hail their logbooks with them II" reported the fact to Cotnmn don' S b'.' y, arhn, at once onlered them aeixed. The second officer m command, Adol phna Cotitrema, came at.stnl the Hnk lyn and aaki I that they lie returned, a tbey wen' the only nfordt savml t 'om mialore Sch'ey said : "1 wili turn them over to my govern ment for infnrmallnn." Conti roa atonim I and pleaded, and finally Commodore Schley loat hla leni er, aa much -a he ever doca and that i little--and said : "I do not tee that you are entltb a to any consideration at all. You aunt your ships after yon had iniTendereil. You ruined your gum aud did every thing that a dishonorable enemy could think of. I .hall hold your log. ' Th story told by the logbook ia an lntcn . ting nnc. The minute detail a translated by Lieutenant llcnjamin Well Jr , froiu tba aUy record, con YOU HAVE TO EAT Whotlicr tin- Anu'riran flau float over Sanlia,'0 or not. Now tlieo,uefltion i WHERE TO BUY IT FROM?! Any child can answer it. The Original Cutter ia and up-to-date gr.x-i-r aii'l can supply your wants, fill your larder ami MAKE YOU FEEL ON GOOD TERMsj With yourself and everyhody e!-i When you give me your orders you can depend upon getting the heat the market afforl and at a living profit only. "Kememherthe Name." The hi-mill Cutis-r. stltnte a rmnptata atory of toe ntjge mentt of Admiral Orvera'a fleet from the lime it left Spain to tba memorabo day of destruction. Thos. H. Hairston. M. D. SPECIALIST, CHRONIC AND PRIVATE DISEASES. 1'IL.Kaw CI UK!) I'r.parlas tuark Maalla. London, July 2.1 A pecial ditpalcb fr-.tn Manlnd aayt that (i neral Aogutn, Ifl M rem ral l ih PbUipraintM, ha. telegraphed to the government aa fol low : "The Americans are about to attack Manila Orave events are impending." v. Met call r.r fastsMaaM Washington, July U. -Thare will be no third call for volunteers. The preai dent think the present force sufficiently large Thmiaaaa nf I "apt. aiar, !(. New York, Jnly tt.-A Key We.! itsx-ial ars. Dial. . . , Marina t. veal startling condition of affairs in The gulckeat and Baat llout. J Havana. Thousand, an- atarving : tluL sVlTHOUT mt e. KNIFE I com betns. naTl'La. r-.t ISO aad l'l. KHATtl HWf La Office Lout a '. to 1 J a. ni ; 2 to I p. m. Office at Sam B. ileon'. I'rof-atore. PECIAL klHMi TRIP RAlfcS i u NIK 01.11 KI I.MBI.I SHORT I. A (.. X. (. it.) Skin Like Velvet The -.' "man or girl whoaa face ia t rough 01 red whose akin is die- awed hu Dimti'.e. 1.1... k- t baada, m.th-patchee. liver-moles, C fractlcs. tan or sunburn, can havaf a skin like velvet if aha cbooaan. erttttent use of Viola Cream will make the face a tuft, smooth ana pink aa a ivauy a. witiiont doubt VMS CltaJMB will f It It the I only preparation which doaa ier- I manrnt giasl. and cannot posaihly t no injury, it it a akin medicine aa well aa a akin beantiflar. Try a ;o cant jar. It will bring both hap piness and satisfaction. By tba time thr jar it used up, you'll hardly recognlte yourself in tba mirror Your old complexion wilt lie replaced bv a new one. Drug, gittt tell Viola Cream ' it asasV Ay TUB 0. C. BITTNER CO.. a Toledo, Ohio. e Unit, and (direct Connectioo. n Fointa East. M MMKk Tot 1MB IICKETH Now on sale to all tonrlat rtx.rta north, northeast aad Borthwe.t U.ejtJ for return until Dacatnter.il at, 1M ATLANTA, OA., and BETUKI Account L'nitsjdConfadarataVeteraoa Iteiiuion, Jnly 30th tonl. Var aieurtion rataa wttl bt made f nhi eiruraion, baed on one cent per n lie from Taiaa common pornte. Da of aala July lib, 17th and lalb, limn o gnat 1, IMtt. lor futl parlirular.. time card.. . ra ar reaarvatlona, ate., apply .t ticket agent, I, A U. X..B. K , i i ,lr" D.J.Pai.a O.IP. and T.A.. I. A (i. X. K. H Palaatlna. Tetss. ay HiT.C. r m, i w r a iw. K. K. DOUBLE DAILY TRAl Short and JQuirk Line ilteet North and Month Tei t; I ntiiaitii 9 i . - ( jgracmg Li e. .-. aaaM m Sniasi t , i , i,,., , .s tr, tB Ittn las IKMaa. taaal tasraestt au a tatk torn mm as. Can s. asassan last, t'liaimi . aatiaaiiei taaag Uaasas SVm .aa. ax . In Vaaa, la. DDipCC Maarmaaaatiat a u.t tm urn nilLO ,T,Wnll,lvl,a " tap.t ica a. t lis.. ...... . Waa) Mali Tja Oaaa a laata lass fix OIIIIUau'MfTRr HirM C " an a taawn. oolu H O U a ri 8 I E E P E W s The II. A T. 0. Ilntiaton, Brrnlitin, An-tin, V Cortirina, Waxaharb I t. iV. Dallaa, l'lano, McKinney, Shei and I 'en ton, and gives flrtt-i Service. ' C. T. Btiv. M. I . nM Trafflc Manager. !. J'. AT. A W. S. Wntoa, Agt. il. ii. Bryan, Texas. KKTWaBN OUSTON m DEN Via ftinlt aad Ft Won GALVESTON u DENI Via Houston d Pslla GALVESTON, ST L( Vis lloutten. J tul, and Is HOUSTON Alii' Oalvt. 1