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BRYAN, TEXAS. FRIDAY HONING, NOVEMBER 4, 1898.
Vol .III No. 291 Price 6 cents. r POTTED CD C5 CO B R 0 s Creamery 30 C5 i t TAYLOR & COX, Prop's. SUMMER DRINKS I Cooling Drinks, Stenothenino Cordials. Everybody treated Rioht. Best Wines, Liquor and Cigars Prompt Attention to All Orders. mrauTFULLY, A Full and oomplcte line o( Candies, Fruit-, Xut,('ii;ar. l-.itn firm-cries, Kir. lIcailijUHrter- for Fi-li, Oysters and Short order M ml. LADIES: Please call and see my new Stock el I ashionnhle FALL AND WINTER-x MILLINERY. All tin- new Shapes in Huts, tliu New Bflbtfl in Tritnniins ami Or iiaiiH MtH, ami jill the now Shadon in Kihhoim, Velvet, SilkH and Satin. Grouse Pheasant Woodcock Quail Wild Duck Game Turkey Chicken Tongue Ham. med Beef; Lunch Tongue; Vienna Bainvge; Tripe; Mam; Lilistert; Chicken Temaler, Koneleee Chickm; Sur'litic K-.yan- :i l i Hiplcliii!.; Tomato Suur-; Olive Oil; Mustard. Butter : 25c per lb. Glory Flour: - $1.25 per Sack. HOWELL BROS. The Grocers and Coffee Roasters. GOOD LUCK! to Drink at the GLOBE SALOON PARSON8 Rattling Works, BRYAN. 1 EXAM. Enlarged .in. I Tlioroiii;hlv Equipped with NKW AM) IMI'KOVKH M C II I N KltY. Strictly First-Has and Up to date I'tant. Pre pared ti dill unlor. I'lru'e or email for . . Pure. Wholesome and High Grade Soda Water All Flavor. Wholesale and Retail. Satisfaction guar nnteed. I'riivs riftht. (in. ti a trial. mns.;c. m. proctor. llllj.j IM.M'I Spain Will Kejert thr Amirl ran Term to Surrender tin- Philippine. SHE PAY HAKE GQUNTEB CLAIMS. On. Krenrh Newpaper Kay She Will la-maml One llundied Million Inn lead of Fortv Million. 18 PROFITING BY EURUPL'3 PREDICAMENT. The P. tit lllrn Say Ann rlra 1'roml.n to He Neutral to All Europe K l.hra a r'rre Hand with Paris, Nov. it -The generally accept- ert r beta of .. a- negotiations .4 thai tii rJimard will not agree to ihn proptM.Uon submitted by the Amer. cans to ml the I'mlippihe islands an. I reimburse Siin for money spent upon I-rniaiient imorovements In these, is lands, llii! tie re i. a roiiflict of opinion as to whether toe npsnish roiumiaaion ers will present a counter proposition at tomorrow's meeting opinions of some french newspapers. The F If are . Fesee SJesjetlellon lls.s lik. Veer trill l , ParU, Ro. 3 -The Iho da Paris, expresses strong approval of the epawk h l.v. i-eo at Worreeter, Maae., by Sen ator Hoar In which he denounced the ao caileil onlicy of American eitension. The paper iiuote the rpaech fully and remarks thai all American political men "apparently no not agree with the poller of conquest" The Figaro says: "Peace negotiations hare reached a eery critical point. Up to Wednesday the r-rutnsh 1I1 1 irnii ita.l rm-eived no detttute inslrnctions from Maori I Will the Spanish government accept th Am 1 11 1 1 ntioii? We ibmbt it " The Petit I'.leu remarks: , 1111111! n.imtt in looking the surface tbat the late war lias plet. ly changed the American charac ter. Outside of U'tnganiious to merely fore., i-omin. reial suiremacy aud play nig only a small inlittcal part, aare re garding South Auiermn rvpouliaa, the I'n.te.l Mali . ha. f. it no liesire t inti r fees in European po.tt.es. But every thing has changed vrry suddenly. After sooceas agalust Spam tb- American gnr erniiictimeiit luu felt itself i-ipabl of taking part 111 Knropean politics aud the adrancea of (treat Britain showed Amer ican ministers they should speak on This popular feeling mdnonl the Ameri can government to demand the whole of the archipelago, when at the outset nn ly a part of the Philpplnes was all that was demanded. This now 1 icuetls the war indemnity and this is a weak point which American diplomacy baa en countered. The Spanish government is at the end of its resources, and hopeless as It la for her to attempt to master the manrrec lion in the Philippines, even If they were handed over to her tomorrow Spanish ami American delegates may come to terms The American dele gates hare made several offers and have at the present lime proposed the snm of fio.ooo.isiu. The Spaniards want more and Law .1,'inainl.M IS),U'0 uuo ts(wu. ish delegates, for wboaa sad condition on. 11. iot feel pity, had for a moment -1 ..I me iiiuaiii mat r.umpn wonul utter I veue and liefend the interests of Hnain They niut havn Inst this illusion by IIO in-rican Diplomacy has plar.il tU(iartwitli great cleterueu and has from the MM guinwl an ejlraontinarr IKisiti.in At the (iresent moment the United States is taking advantage of tho hatre.1 against Kngland, which is gn)w. lug in hiii ti ontlnent ami offer its n.nir.ility if Kuropr will leave the United States a free hand with Spain." BUFFALO OFF FOR MANILA. II." i rattM Takes Urn, Sr.s sn.l Am inullluu I ..r liewey's riest. New York. Nov. V-Kverythtng I now In n'sdini ss for the ncparruru of the rrnlair Puffalo for Manila. The coaling of the ship waa completed on U .diir.diy mgiit an. I early tins mom lug Commander J. N. Hemphill rM rfW his supplemental nnleta. The Puffai.i is to go l.v way of the Meditormin nn flat sn- 7ti rn-ri for Admiral Dsw ey' m n the Buffalo. They are la tended to nil the vacancies due to illness and other cau on the veaeels on the Aeiatir station. A large amoant of stores also are lo go on I be Buffalo Bhe u n pec ted to make to trip In about la :iy. traveling al a speed of 10 knot, an boar. A gr- at effort will U made t Ret her into Manila harbor by Christmas. Twenty-four officer! tail on the Kaffalo. SHORT TALK WITH ADMIRAL MILLER. ars IW Niearsgwe ... i shsaM Ua Xelll, a Ihei Hawaii I Wurlh 1ak.ee. Chicago. 3ov. S -Rear Admiral J. N. Miller, who hoisted the flag over the Hawaiian inlands, and proclaimed them pari of Hi I'mted State, left this city aftera day's suy, for Springfield O., bis bay hood home. Admiral Miller will re tte from tu semoe in the navy Nov n. Before leaving, Admiral Miller saul : "1 btiieva that pacific station to i secaid in importance, 1 not the most important natal station we have. I thuiktoii.it 1. 1 sum. 1 have c immasiil'-l i r onr neti in rhose waters ao many year, I a . mpid growth of n. - 1 west coast cities Indicates tbat a larg priuation w ill eventually reside there I am tl-r. fore greatly gratified thai the goMTBment lias teen fit to tend two aorbtaagniflrx'tit battleships aa the Ore. I gun aad the Iowa to the Pacific station. ' Speaking of bia prospect ive retire t Admini Mti.er said: "1 ttsatly n gret the necessity of ont' titig tks mtvuu at a tune wh 11 ! ! ADMIIUL MIl.tKR. well able to folttu my unties, bat I most give way to younger men. I have had my innings, and must give others a tinea." With regard to the lessons gamed It Ike late war be said: "Kirst and foremost, I think the m ettaity for the Xicaragnaii canal is the thing of prime importance to ur navv. Aeooritry which baa such a vast coast Uae nn two o-eans needs a route bv which warships can be transferred from vsn to .,-enn without incurring tt.e oeett.ity of circumnavigating a conti nent 1 think tie Nicaraguau lanai will te htUll tn eight year. It is the only )racti-il paasaffe. "The elm f infflcalty lobe surmount .1 in Xraragui is toe establishment of n portstt.r wn The shifting sand thereabout- lender navigation difficult and cnnsiiterabie einenaa would 1 in currei in tmug the harbor up. "Another n. ressitr shown by the war is thai of ha.-iug a largM nnmls-r of fir.t class battleshis, capable of railing 1 miitttn I. our. W mnst have then., and I Ik-task we will have them. We waul M ship like the recently launched liiinoia. "With regard to Hawaii, It wat espe cially pleasant for me to close a long service by nrraentlng my country with a largtsnd feme- territory. Kver since my first visit to Hawaii, in UM I have been convinc-.l that the islands should belong ton I have v tailed Honoluin many times and havo always been a corilsd a royal welcome there, It la now a thorngr.lv American city and we did right la taking it in." " Treop Oe la t'uUa. Washington, Nov. a. The war de partiiirat has issued a general order for the movtunt of troops to t'nhu M troops will leave on or about Nov. a, and will comprise a brigade nnder ' Bngn.lii r i ieneral t'arpenter The brig- ! ade will he taken from the Seventh army corps, and one of the regiments to go will be the Third (ieorgia. fast!- Troon- ai Hani., Ills. HuntsTilie, Ala., Nov. U Majors Tallin ami Marshall, paymaster, am j here, and will distribute al-ml .U .ihi among tlie troops at this camp. The nnmbrr f trooM here now are larger I than al any time since the camp waa es UblislieiL The .-.I'M 'li N.-w York will Sat unlay la the New York election. K-f Islrsllnn la Illinois. Chlcar'. Nov. 8 --TtMaiby was the last day fur registration in Illinoit out side of Cnicago, and dispatches from tnoat of the 101 counties 0Utld of Cook indicate that about Ki par cent of the vote of Intel, which was l.OW.xnu, will be .Killed on Tuesday next I SPECIAL TODAY. Sweet Potatoes 15c per bucket. Irish Potatoes 25c per bucket. Plenty of nice - CHICKENS. TURKEYS. EGGS. And Everything Good to Eat PHONE 40 mmmm Jno. B. MIKE The Original Cutter. iA. DO YOU LIKE FINE COOPS? Try Bayle s Fine Sauces as follows: Cock Tail Catsup Celery Catsup Anchovy Catsup Tabosco, Catsup I sell Swift s Premium Lard at the nrice 5cXrtrardeCOmm0n 1 Last nt Hi- ). Caught. Vinita, t T . Nov. :i -Pani Andrews, who killed Rill Nave a real ago, has been cap'ured after a hard fight with the United Mutes marshals. He waa once leader of the William, gtngof out laws, all of whom save be have beea killed while resisting arrest. I'.rrr llsllslln'. n.l.l.n Issalk Ar ...! T . v I p. rrv ( hvlia tin, a salesman at thta pbv-e, iu.-i from the effect of an overdose of enli roform. Ha died in about two hour after taking the drug. I ! aVsMtan Ilk London. Nov. St. A tpeotal die. tatch from Horn- snv. the pope tt ill aud In phy.iciau, Dr. La; pool, hat been summoned. fatal Ruaaaar Aesidsat. Midland. Tea., Nov. 3. Lotus Hall- tead. a laboring man. who let hi tan run off with him and in wagon died. H.4I.C. ti n DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN. Hhort and! Qaist Line lletween North and xiuth Teat. T S HETWKKN H R 0 U G L E E P E S HOUSTON SSi DENVER Via Knot and Tt Worth GALVESTON DEN ISO via Monst n and r " e GALVESTON , 3T LOUIS Via Houston, fnolisi a a HOUSTON in AUSTIN The II. A T. C retihei (itlvetton Houston, Prenham, Austin. Waco Corslcana, Waiaharhie, Ft. 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