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SHAFTERS ARMY i PERFUMERY -TOILET ARTICLES DON'T YOU WANT THE BEST? Ye will sad oujsiaek alrs OmIk wl'k palmer$, Jeeley's, perfumes and Violet Waters. auo tm riant uk uf Combs, Brushes, and Facial Preparations " in'the City Wewtliyour PRESCRIP 1 1ONS. We offer Compe- , , t -4rfV' anil Pure Dmk nub THE DAILY EAGLE. Inert ' U PoataaV at Brian. Tim wood Um mall matter. 1 CONNELLY. rAI.MICK . I'AKNKe Malcolm Caaasa Editor. CSSCBUTIOK l HUB. ,r Wfk, itv. . . per Month, 10c fKMOCKATIC TICK KT. Kor Governor JOSKI'H D. SAY Kits of Bastrop. For Congress Seventh Dristri t ROBKKT L. HUSKY if Waco. FRIDAY, Al'tit'STS, IMW. Capt. Arthur Lee, ol the Royal artillery of England, a 'iniliUry ill wild tt.iji ni iiir iitiu. mn i a guest of General .Shaftr, DUtdi the following -tateineiit after the ttle at Santiago: "I never in my , fe saw, and I never expect to see, tsV h a display of personal bravery I have witncatl tOtUf Thi iierican soldier is an incredible The merchants ot Bryan are llll-- dV llS'Dl. IV "X "K mF th" W1; , JU" h,?,,,M f niarkel price- win oe pain mr country produce anil goods will ts sold iiMn a "live ami let live" basis, "ur subscriber should watch tl iliimn- ! ih- l-'.anle reading carefully the sdvertiso menti therein. When a man has a bargain he tells tin- p.-.. pie about it through the roliiinn- oi a good utwspaper. The New York Mini ami Express aaye: "The South today has claim upon the country's gratitude second to none. It was a Southern wtnt.- thnt tiirin-lied tin- iit-ro ot gx ami wept ov.-r the man .11 I...K o! v.ill 111! H It was a Southern sUtc thai . iv- u- Hobson's genius ami un.i imii.-i tuir.i-'- It w.i- a vniillilii. lo in .i -Li. ..I... i'ii until i Nl ITU M.lie in' nini a ws- J plant-lithe Htirs arid stripe-,, Cuban soil; and not a.,m- is hp. feat to be crediUd to lotor Blue, mr it was be who successluliy pen otrated to the caiilt "I ..iii.- n, the interest of our cause, and n -..a gfajaui. at the imminent nc Triniiived all doubt 8s In I he lllBJLTvM- rsorition of Ccrv.-ra's Urthlp. in ,wrbo.r T1" r . , .i ...l... .vi rv mm, rnrniMi ii a ..1.1 Sikll thorn cavalrv man. gittiain . . .. , ,.,. JSWour forces I- the ,.,r l. ,?f Santiago 'it v. and the etpiall II t I oe awaits with nnpatien' opportunity to plant the lUg .,, Port" I."'0- A"d , -re ai ha I Wo persist in declaring mai . .... ... l.nlil the un- night ijrv.i7;.:a...f .ut (.ient anu k , oul ,iie ,-ansc as a curiu... d.y o' eVT. .1- Im. con.istcnL 'mv. "sa a . allll i i 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I L' I' , "'v '.he 1.100.1 .Uinod relic, that '? v serve to renew the fire on brotherhOM'-' "Viola and California WILSON-JENKIN;S 1 )Hl ( . CO. moa THE ItKi IC I : I M. Large Attendance llryaa l-llr. Ham - A phone message from Madison ville to The Kagle yesterday re ported the big reunion ('amp John (.. Walker, U. C. Y., in full blast, with fifteen hundred Of twothous ami ieoplc in attendance, and hav ing a good time, in spite of the rain which fell Wednesday night The program wan carried out . heretofore publi.-hed, ami the re union cloneil last night. Among those in attendance from Bryan were J. A. Myerf, M. II .lame., H. A. Bybee, W. S. Gibba. W. T. James, J. B. Hines, Walter J. Coulter, J. B. Priddy, Curtin Oliver, A. W Buchanan, Claude Buchanan, (ien. M. Br.-tmloti, liar rv I)illehaw, John K. Davis, Tom ,, ... ,. (ustuvus, Colt tI . Walter Mc- ' 1 t It t r1 11 I ver. ii. r inn, . U. iurner, n K. Wyse, Sam B. Wilson. Ira Wyse. Joe ilearne, Ilanuiiet Stuart, ami Dr. S. M. McD-.ugald. Sollir To Il la llpae. IMO There will 1m- a total eclipse of the Sun, in l'.KXl, May 7sS, visible in A I a I t 1 a I Oa.a 'IM le souinern i niieu .itaies. i tie shadow of the moon will enter on the western coast of Mexico, and cross the American contient via Sew 0-leans. Mississippi, Ala bama, Georgia, South Carolina ami Sorth Carolina, and leave it by Chesapeake Hay; ami then travers ing the Atlantic, strike the shores LfEurope bv 0ar in Portugal Spain, ami emerge in the Medi terranean close to Cape Santa Pola, the remainder of its course passing over .Northern Africa. NtBteff Sprint's. alcanna is prevalent. Mrs. Will Join , agcl Jl year. at., - I . died Wednesday ami was buried at Minter Springs burying ground, l:,v A M Mvart and W. T u loondueUng vice. She leaves a husband ami ; two children who have the sympa-; thy of a large circle of friends. W. II. McVey haslH.cn sick, but is again abb- to be up. Mr. McYcv ha a half a re in tobacco which is VfrJ ""' Hcv. Hortoti will preach at Mm- la -i.irloff Son.lav - ' r- j iit-o. Welch ami Prof. Rail, v are here from Mound Prairie, visit- II" B Welch A barbecue was given ami large- v attemlcil at Mi liter Spring.- T'uesd.iy. Tin-re was plenty of Imiier for all and p t-nty lelt Mc tl.e.-vent wa a sui .-- ill i-verv Dallas. ' 1""" Krom tislay until ad my I I i gone, i 1 will seil for spot c.isli or im go, bran a Will eTH I Vl 1V(k 1 nig Ml II ' SVl, Ml. Ill l00poMda.coM sad M1 aw ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are autlionxml to BjMOMMO .IKS I ii. V. INKKItT . ....jij.i, , CT7 " " . . .i""" :, - .. eUom We an- authorlseil to announce 1 f, IU0HAJI vs. ' ndulate tor Count Treasurer l Hraz . count) it the ensuing November election. We are autborixed to announce J. &0L0H as a caudidate lor re-election to the oilier of justice of the peace. Precinct No. 4, Braxoe . ountv. at the ensuing November election. MUST BE RETURNED If It Remains at S.nttouo Dis ease Will Talc OH Most of the Mt ii. THE MOTE MUST BE MADE AT ONCE. Roosevelt Take- :i Leading I'art and I'lead With Mutter to Have Tin-in m-turned. OTHER OFFICERS ARE EQUALLY AS POSITIVE Thej Nay the Men Are In mi l ondltlim to tight, mt In a WtM tlx to Stand Hit- lis. age of t'rllon I'rter. t opyrli ht.L ISM. bjr b i As-a-tatad Pram Santiago do Cuba. Aug 4 Summoned by Major Central Shaffer to a tneetiug bald here at headquarter ami in tao Pnc of every commanding and mrd- ical ofllcer of the Fifth armr corpa. ran. Shaft r read a cablegram from Secreury Alger ordering bun. it tin- r. itjinuieiiil ation of Surgoou (reueral Sternberg, to more the army into the interior at San Lull, where it ii healthier As a malt of the conference, Oem-ra; Shatter will mint upon the immediate withdrau.il of thu army within two weeka. A an explanation of the utuation the follow ing loiter from t'ol' md K'cvelt, com- , Mn,,,nK ,he 'ry. n ! if', r u i- :..ui ; - aim tent of . , . . J th Aaoc;ateil Pr f .r ; uliiicatiuii Major (.antral Shaffer: Sir In ' masting the general ami medical of- flcttra. coiled by you at the palace we went all, aa you know, unanimous in OH view as to what should be dona with the army. To keep us here, in the opinion of every ofllcer couiiuauding a dlTision or a brigade, simply involved the destruction of thousand. There la no po,,, Ua ,,, .hipping prac tteally the entire command north at ooea Yellow fever cases are very few " the cavalry division, where I com mand, and in one or two brigade, and not one t rue rasa of yellow fever has oc curred in this division, except aiming msn sent to th hospital at Slboaty, I where they have, 1 believe, con tracted it. Hut in thu division there has bean IMaicaarsof malarial fever. Not a man died from it but thr whole command is so wsakrnrd and shattered as to be ripe for dytng Ilk rot ten (beep when real yellow fever epi demic, instead of th fake epidemic, like the present, strike as, as it is bound to do if we stay here at the height of the slrkncas season, August aud the begin ning of Scptemla-r. All of u are car- u mm ho uthrltM). Wh- iiiKiou fully sppncmte the condition f the anny will be sent mmm If we are kept ban-, it will, in all human pnaubil ity, mean appalling disaster, for the or gron hen .---.mat. i i over half the men, if kept here during the sickly San son will die The four immune regiment ordered hen- axe sutticient to garrison lha city .... I u, m. ii lull nip lull ii, .twl tli,.n. 1 atwlu,,lv II()tumK for IU1 to dhsra.and luu not ls-eti ainee the city nireudsn-tl. u impoMiit.lo to movB ,nto the interi or, r.vt-ry -niiting ot camp uouoir un' au k rate In our prrs.-ut weakened con- ditiou and anyhow the interior is rath- er w..re llwii tlieou-t "I write only beeau-e I cannot aerour men who fought so bravely and who en- dun-d extn-me hanlahtpa and danger so i i . i . . - - - iiiu-ompiaiiiiugiy, to in urara without aiming, so far as lies in me, to ry and umieaarved. " After Colonel Kooscvelt had lakeu tho initiative al the American offlceni unit- in i niund robin" addrred loUru. Shatter. They aay yellow fever is not epidemic, lui lbs army i-diaabletl to tho extent that ii chVienry is destroyed ami ln a condition to be pm. i ally destmyt! ,y an epnUinic of yellow fever sunt to nine in the near (utiir. I f u say thw army must 1st moved at mice or perish. As tin army .-an -afely ! moved now, tie i ia .1 - ri-sHiit,ii,li (,,r pn'veuting this will go held to account for the un ii nrv Ins- of many tluin-atid live Major W M NTimsI. ehi. I surgeon of the First division, said the army must 1. moved north, adding "itli emphasi. - r it ill Is' unable to lie i .. ii.rlf i iinti vim -. pa.ii ion. ml im - -i nt the billowing me. -a-"- "Hon. Charles II. Alien, assistant sec retary of war. This army is mrapable baeauae of JokMH Ol innn-bing any where except to transport- If it is ever to n'turo to the United Stale it must tin ao at onos." Shafl.r'. Man Will Katarn. Washington, Aug. 4 - The president has decided that Shatur's whole army hall be mevud to Moutank Point, K. 1., at once. 11. la Arrapta lha M.iaalaatloa. Sulphur Spitnga, Tex., Aug.S. J. II. Davis, nominee of the I'opuiiil party for attorney general, has accip.ed the nomination . . MAKING AOVANCES IN A CAREFUL WAY. Garnl lit. H .1.1. aa linpnrtaal r it ton. ban awrMM Ara I "t lag la InprlM Urn.. Ponce, Aug. 1, via Si Thomas, Aug. 4. Tbr plan of camxigii haa not tail? Ix-. ii determined upon, hut the natural strength of the Spanish i-itim at Ail. unto ami the riiaiarter of tbr dr. tensive work erected there nenuaitlslea a flank movement. A turning move ment wu inaugurated tolay when Oem-ral Brooke landed : men at Ar royo, HO mile eaat of here. Krom then ho can atnke the military nsui leading to Sin Juan at Cayey, beyond Aibomto Thu will compel the Spanish coin- ; mamler Otega. who Las a great reputa Hon, to abandon the stronghold or be j caught between two tire. It l isisaible a w-cond column may move on his left j flank alio, in which caae the preaeiit atl-ran.-.- on hia front will bo thown to be only a feint. General Stone u making a flashing itsroiiiioiaancc mirth in the direction of ' Arecibo. He went into Adjuutas last night witn flTe men and four i-urn- apondenta ami tndav ha bronitht hia command on alonit the ftuadoroatl Tie road la practicable for cavalry and in fantry It it is found passable at I'tu ado a light column of tnasjsi may M pushed across to the ciaist ami strike in oil San Juan on the left flank, bat if lit-m-rui Hrooke i successful It is proUi ble that Ott-ga will Mud Aibomto unten able, in which case tin- whole of our army, after effecting a junction, wi.l move on the main matt. lrneraJ Stone met with a most enthu siastic welcome from the natives in the villages ami towns through sfWsa hi pass d A general advance m not to I-ordered until all of QsMfJsi Mile' plana are-r-fectaxl, but wheu the advance la once '-gi.ii it will hr rapid. The fleet will bouibard San Ju.ui and make other di versions to keep the enemy busy at every point. So far aa known mi forward move ment will l made by American troop until the arrival of MM trnipt which an- expected hourly. There has eeu no righting up to the present o far as Lnown Stnniartls are :.etl to l. .u.. i .li. .... Hi la' 111 41 iill -.iii i six Jiiiiriiiio, i mile fnim hen-, when- two or llin-e thousand Spanish regulars are believed to he entrenched. The pn-sent pnisjs-ct I that there will be no actual fighting for several day. SPANIARDS CUT OFF GENERAL STONE. Thar Ara la lha Mountain Caa. I. -.. Maa to. sii ... I i. nr. Haglmaal ( Sul.llars. Police. Island of I'orto Kico. Aug via St. Thomas, Aug. 4. General I toy Stone, while recon not taring northwards along the road leading to Arecibo, on the north coast with a company of thr Second Wisconsin regiment, encoun lerrd opptsutioii at Ctuado, where a mall force, of Spanish regular and vol- untevrs nan uren wisiriii tt-i ij . apsaio , Iteneral Machia to reaut to the blttar end The Spauianl r- fused to iiim-n-tler and ieneral Stone sent mrsseiigrrs back to Adjuutas that he would puh on. aided by a fon-e of native armed with maohete Hefore the meaaanger left Adjuutas where 12 men had hern left, the Spanish fon-e jwas n-port'-l to I.- hetworti Stone ami Adjuutas, plcketni on the trail betwee -n Adi.inta.aiid Utu- I VI Mllliaa, Ull At I' "I atto, in the heart of the mountains the troop have lo move single file, m men can stop a n-giment. den Stout- s mesaeugrr nxle all night. FRICTION BETWEEN OFFICERS OF A BRIGADE. rivs I i. - mi .... of th. Hatlj Maaaa rhtilt Ksalgii llirlr rmuiiilMli.na. Mllaa Will Insaallcal. A cablegram to The Host mi. Aug. 4 Journal froui I'ouce aya: A tremendous sensation lias incurred lU the Sixth Massachusetts reglnieni. (ieiK-ral iam-ttaon' bridagv. The friction Is-tween line oflicers of the reg iment aud officers of tin. brigade, which ba- l ii growing siuco tin- I rigade loft (ubn. reached a climax oa Monday. when Colonel Wisslw.-ud, I... ut. ii nit Colonel Chaflln, Major Taylor. Chap- lam Dousscault and Captain lioodell, futntutuv K renmelt their iinniiiu- s-a . ions. The p-asoti is unknow n. The matter has l-ii fully it-ported to lioueral Mile ami a rigid investigation has ts-en ordered by military law, a to resign in the face of the em my means a court martial. SAM MARTIN TO BE TRIED FOR COWARDICE. 111. Ill" Oftiiar M ho .. .riialsd Poora ami win Prahahte ii. BaeeateO I San Juan. I'ouce, Ang. H, via Kingston, Aug. A. The Spaniard an n-portod to be atl-vam-ing, though not helivveit to be gen eral. In addition to p-gular fortifica tion at Albonlte, on the nsvl to San Juan. It is n-ported the enemy have mined the cliff, preparatory to blocking the road if obliged to relin- San Martin, the Spanish commander here, who evacuated tins place without orders, is a prisoner al Sau Juan de Por to Kico. lio will be tried for cowardice and uroUt.lv executed. BARGAINS IN BICYCLES. CLEVELANDS AND IDEALS. I have a number ot new ami second hand bicycles which will Df sacrificed in order to close liefore the new inodeln are put on the market . Here' vmir chOQC. to pet a fine wheel at your own price. I also do first -das repair work promptly and cheaply, ami have a full stmek of hicycle sundries. Call Karly for a Bargain. MWT J. HA8BB8S. Spunlsli- inerlcii. Every true American heart should throli with -vmpathy atthi- time lor Mexico at the mention of the day- September 1 .'it h ami Itith, which nr- the -auie to Mexican-a- Julv Ith i to Americans. Tlnfe are Mexico - two greatcrt holidavs. President Dia. war born mi Sep tember 1Mb at II o'clock at night and om- hour , later . Srpt-m-r Itllh was the birthday of hide pendent Mexico. It i- m wonder therelore that tin- Mexicans love these two holidays, which represent so much to them. ( hi the night of Septemlier loth at exactly It o'clock 'from even titv.towu. hill and dale over the great Republic, one mighty shout issues from a million free men' throst.-, "Yh.i Mexico'" Yiv.i el Pre-i,entc'" In Mexico tin ilav i . . It brated with great splendor. Searly a quarter of a million of people takt . . I IMirt in the teetivities . nut tic- -cene rivals anvtliing ever presentt .1 nil the American Continent. ..... , ,i ii i in ii... . ., ...... ..I. . iii.. ... . tlent's birthday it is customary to hold the unrivalled 'Battle of Flower!-.'' Long In tor. the sun begins t.t peep v.-r the bills there canbesei-n thousand, of Indian. . . , wending th.-.r way to the city, bringing with them large supplies of rarest ami choicest (lowers. Houses are tlect.ratetl in the great- est nrofusion and the n.ibli. build- r , . ' , ings ami sUtues show a practical 1 r . l f rt' - ml richness of the -oil. Itl .me of the .lay- a l,.-n . v. r ..m- in a Irie license. The rub ami Ugf pMir mingb- ami pelt one another with flowers in the most democratic manner. This is followetl bv two ilav given up Utmost extravagant .-el,- P . , , hlrtlWl, ducted with ,mpand eclat never witnessed .:. mir I tii- ... ,,,, , ", r:aic "PWlc. limy as.. Have as their "Liberty Bell ' which hasa!MM,u ,,,lf'1 ! history r pulling our- ami n t -.i-t among the cereim.nies is th.-ring- liBf WtssilbtU. On this occasi.in an -x.-ellent ofa Hirtunity is olfered Americana to visit this land of wonder. Dm "Kgypt of America by th.-1 0, S. R. K. Tickets will Is- sold on September 10th ami 1 1th M Mexico City an. I return at rtmarkahlv low rat-r, filial return hunt .'M .lays ' with stoppers at pleasure in Mex- ico. Choi.v ... routes via L.ire.lo orKaKl. Pas-.r.oran ,,,al ,.,areof:,,s,,i,.k,,-wil.. d going via one rmit. "'I I'll! I n ir ...,.i ...i : the other. For full parti, ulars . all ..ii near, e-t Ticket Agent. I. a d. . ; ; or addre-s ' 1. I li: r n , m i'. '. i rice, 1 1 . , ,v j v i. , . ... aiesune, I cxas. The AMERICAN Laundry. Two door South of r)x change Motel. First class work (iuaranti-ed. Prompt delivery. PATRONIZE A HOME ENTERPRISE and keep your Mo,.v at home. Telephone No 14 E. D. BEACH, MnuBger. CITY DIRECTORY. in orrn kb. Mayor, C. A. Adam-. Marhall. T. P. Boiett Deputy Msnhal. It. II. Smith. n retary and Trra-urer. II. Klnles. City Sexton, II. II. Jone l onatable. ('. I.. Baker. Aldermen K. Q, Tslor, W. S. II.1B.I u IV II...,. 1- ii u- ---. t . ... ..Mil-, v. i. . . -a. ; Jn. M. Umnna, t icstv orrii aas. Judge. W Ii llsrmaa. t erk, . VV. Mi Micbarl. Attorney, A. . Hoard. Tax Culector. J. J. Adams. Tax A ... r, It. M. Nail. Mierilf, T. C. Xunn. Trraaurtr, H. W. Carr. Ditnet Clerk J. C. William. Commisaioner- I: J. Ilrrni, I'eler Tlioma. Mh I'liilllps, I. II. Arring ton. til I'll 11 .. I.U 1101. . . Ba liat-W. C. Kriley, pa.tor; Her. vice every unday II a m and 7 bl p- " .-tunuay saawas '..taa.ai eriwswtlBt Thtwtday Blfht. pray- Metboilist-J. U Cochran, pastor Srmoe II a. in. and i Sunday -. hool ' p. ' league Sunday 1 p. I Tuewlay night 7 p. m. Sunday, . m , l.paorth ii irarrr-mrat- Prswbv.ienaa-J. H VYMt. pastor. ! ",0.nin" 40,1 'y' and Itl. siiaday in each inonlb, Sunday .boo, ,.- , ilt.mtmUD9 Wclnealsy nigbl. Christiaa, J. L. Andrew, pa tor " s. m. and 7 15 p. m. Haa i Uy .U"J"r "'bol 1M '"' "n Kndeavor i p. m -undat w,ln.a.i.i prsyrr r rre ( ..ui'iitinion IUi.h.i v XI "t.-w r t .at.ir -rrvnr t-.-tt .,,.'. "isy nigtit in each montl. -unday srtitsii in a. m. -i J epb'sCatholi Church Kalher I'elnar, pator; Ma ai and M a. in. Sunday. MAX i ,''u"'""y Xo. , hnigl.t Templars-Meet .'ml Tuea.laN , . ,,,, A x Hblm, K. C II . ... l!l..i.le, -eirnirv. I asajaa . . " In-tin Chaptel No. :, f A. Monday In each "." '' '"' '' Ul,"r I'-.-loa B. Hraio- b-lge . A A SI Mer.f urtl, M-mday 'in each monlh. Nail. tt. M . C. i. Carr, Sac'y. I "J uga .o.W, K. tl I'. Meet ,ir'; " 1 '"eedsy la litnUl g ' J'JJjJ tt 0 ,, '' ' v.lc.n'lli.r. M. m . Meet ajjaMki and font.h Thursday in each inonlh. M. II. James M. W. . r ""1"1- fecortler. lU7M S" K-f Meet lir.t hi.. I il... I im - ., , . '"S m "C" , r m w ofW 1.. I , , .. .... " "' '"Uttli l-ridsy in each m. nilli. W i i. . i Iteeil.eierli. ' 'y'- J" Il'van Tent ,K K o. T. fct battagnlghtg Snl and thir.l Mondav ea.i, heath, sam It. Wllaon, C; Joa lter.1, K. K. Ilryan D.lge Xu. m HwB fonm Meeting night, lecoml and fourth Wadne-day earl, ,,.,,. j, A- un. Jr',,re.',;Je B. Itre.1. linanr.er. Hrysn l,lge No. in-,, National Aid Meeting nights lint md third We.ln.-s-day in atefa Roath. a. W. I loin, an pre. t . W. . stlurti ..y. J. WIITTMANN, MERCHANT TAILOR TAIH ST BEET, Bryn- . Tei... All wor. li iaranteed and don. protnply Uiv. him a call .