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SLE Vol. I No. 182. Tin BRYAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING JULY 1,1896. Price, 5 ct3 O. t i ." ! n t w i ft ! i.t j i If i The Leading f.iu iikiii.i.orcANDiits. rnt'iTx, kit, rwr.n Kllisr-CLASS ltKSTAI'KANr in ronnn ti Confectioner All. THA(VO. rX V (iHiM'EMIM n. in: ci:i: m parlor. ...... t i i' j?-2T I V"J- r v - THE THREE Democrats Who Are Talked ef For President. and Mr. Befl r di'lciAe UT large iruui Miaeouri ajid the whole party r np porter of Illand for preaident and are here to work for hi manual inn. THEIR fEIENDS HARD AT WQ1I. THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS GALORE john b. mike. DONT CO hungry Th Mae W'ha Are la the Fml An Maa ml MUaoarl, Mellhawe af lu4U aa aa B4. af loareThe Fire aa lha LM4U aa ! the Naaahar al laetravrUd Vataa. Ciikauo, June ). The friend of x-Govcmor Boie of Iowa, Richard P. Blaud of Miaaouri and Goveru Mat thew of Indiana ara arriving her tc puah Die claim of their favorite fot preaidnut of the United Htate to b nominated by the national Demmratit convention whirh meet tint Tocaday. Mr. Bland leaU Mr. Hole and Mr. Matthew with instructed vote, hot the friend of the latter two claim then are an many aninatructed vote and it cannot be even predicted which will When too ran lny tiroceriei rliran, and OVT buy ii.ti iior f o la alien ion Can ECclvo tlao Boot for tin Saint1 Trier- My Ntock let l"i'tli itntl I'p to Uitttv Tho best Flour ; The best Tea; Tha best Coffee; Tho best Canned Goods; Tho best Everything, at R J. FORD'S. JPliono 39. V're-h Butler n. the olcet Chi Unn al ny on l uil. .1 fi. M. WILSON ZS TJtl llJLCt wti.t. tlia Itou.ltwpai can B3 the Best and Freshest Groceries in Bryan. ... Try Our I.lno ol'ir- w uve ti.p Pickles. Sauces. NEW and KinoMt Ilonr. DAINTY Relishes. Fresh Cheese am! nutter always ON ICE. tiite oi a call oi tin ti( l'lIONIl NO. " .". We are thoroughly Convinced ly rcMrtft from our l'utiiim r that thorp in no othrr Flour on tho Market pxl t Ito .IKKSKY Iall.V. , , Itity it, civxik it j roKrlr, ami Ik' ii'.a'i with tht r t1? U 1 1 '.MaanaHnV Try ourrOl'R-IUE-OLD im.lMIM.GUt This i- Wmv thine Cool. NK'K, IIKAI.TIIY ( IIHKKNS-Xpt ltf, hqt kept In a oool mt mill fi' wi-l!. We kc p a p'ntral line of gnr,rn'e, fUaraltlt, llifiii lri'h, ami won I in- iinucrioll. fchono No. 111. CLAl'M HATTatwa. lead on the flrat ball4. Beaidea, It U aid. If the outiTeutlon adhere to th two-third rule, each of the trio ha an e0l hnw to be nominated. All three are apnatle of fr iUTand on that tavne no diffi-nnre can be made. Tha fri.-nda of Gorernor Matthew claim that if he head th Ucket he will carry hi Mate, and the aaine claim I made in rirard to t-Oiarnor Bote, Both adrotwte of theae nieu claim Mi- onri run be kept aafrly in the Demo cratic column. Ki-(mfrr'man Bland' frieml aay that with the aaaiiitanre of tha Damo crai of Indiana and Iowa he coold carry both atate and wat lura to carry Miuioari, which wmild b uoertaia OFF 0H CHICAGO. laraa Uartla.r (laaa la l-tlablUh Haadaarlar la Ike Aadlloileaa. Wa.shiniio, Jane Su Lawrunre Uardnrr, aenrtary of the bemrTatio rooRreaaional cainairn onnitnittee, and alao of the National Aatotiatiou of Dcru orratio elob ha left f r Clilrao, wher be will eataV.i.h headqaartrr for th latter orftaiiiMtion in the anditi.rlnm. F.i (ioYennir (liaanrey K. lU.vk, preeldeut of the Aworiatiou of Demo cratic rlata i ill and will not V ent. rotinatT (ii nriul Wilaon, chair man of the exerutire cniiiinitte, will be dftaiiud here by hi official dutim, aud hi place will le takfii a rhaimiun pro tern by Il-pmeutatiTe B'nt(i Mr MUlin of Tenneaee. Htadnniulini will b folly aupplitvl wit h hTaturc pt-rtain-inf to the nathaial awxaiatioii and a cir cular lotttr ho Uvii aei' to all dele Rate elect to the Conveiuion, iimtiiig them t headquarter fiar a confHrenre. Tha national aeyiation now ha memberahip of over l.riO clul. embrar inf every date and territory, nuruW inf about 500,000 niembrr. Many other ara Mug formed and it i ex- parted that in thi campaiirnf which tho officer of th anrlatiun ay will be peculiarly a campaign of the jxple, there will be at leaat frJOO clulai in the field, aa there were nwly looo in the laat euntwt, On Monday, July 8, a ndifieure will be held in Chirufro between the rxnru tit ootumitte) and chainnan of the tata aatoriatioti, SO tn nambtT. At thi conference plan will be arranged for the convention of th rluU to be held at Ht. Loui on 8pt. An, dtion of St. Dnui having aenomed all rxpenw of attending the cnnvctitinn, and It i nwfldently expected by the aaaoriatum that it will la one of the larireat frathi-r-log ever held in thi country. IT MAY BE SENATOR HARRIS. a Ma Be Ma4e l-arawuMnl f aajraaaa af tfca laraaaarslU ra?. alios. ClIKUfH), Jon 0. The Himl any rVuatnr laham O. Harri of Teuuowe, the chairman of the DeimxTatie bitne. tallio natitmal committee, will probably be lha permanent chairman of the Dem ocratic nation al convention. Thi i a part of the programme of the ulvrr men OLD VETERANS MEET. Gather at Richmond For Their Annual Reunion. THE CITY ALITE WITH PEOPLE. 2 4 II la rutlmal.4 Vhal aa.,ar.ri. Thaa aaad Valarmaa a ad Vlallare Are There. Tha rrlneipaJ Oaaalat A4draaa Ma4a T (iwnl Mr4a frawlseal Kl ('MraHaralaa la Altoadaaea. HmiMoD. Jnne 30. The vetran of the (Vmfcdorst army and their friend have taken , wion of Richmond. All lat uittht and thi morulnf they ar rived by trainaload and wer eaoorted to the varioo headquarter by the commit tee. It it rati mated that there are 75, 0 W veteran and viaitor in the city and more onminR on every train. The pmreeding opened thi muruiag in the audjtium at the expoaltioo iTTtiand and every on of tho 12,000 arata were filled and crowd at th door unable to pet iuiide. Th principal ad dnw at the opening ceremoniea wl da-liven-d by General John B. Oordon, coinnunder-in-chief of the United Con figurate Veteran. He Mike feelingly of the old eomrad and briefly reviewed what they had en dured in their tnf ; referred to th many who had paiaed to tba great be yond, who had left to their children a reourd of untaruUhed honor ia a heroic tropKle ; onmplimented th women im their great v-ork in preaerving th mem ory of the d -parted hero and applaud ed Richmond in the way the ha Ctrl red to entertain and car for thoee attend ing the reunion. 1 Among th inixt dUtinguiihed of th arrival are General John B. Gordon, commander-in-chief of the United Con fediTate V"teran ; General 8. D. Lee, (Jencral W. L. Cabell of Tex, (renrral A. J. Vaughn of Memphis, General Joe 8hlby of Missouri and General Clement A. Evan of Georgia. Mr. Da via ha arrived, but Mia Winnie Davi cannot coma. Hh 1 laid np a the rwult of injurie utained iu an accident from bicycling. Prizm for the deaign for th Davi ni(iuintit were awarded a follow: Terry Griffin, New York, firwt ; TAger ton RopiT. Fiu hniimd. tennd ; W. O, Noliitid. KichiiuMid, third. Gnflln' de- nirn w ill be adopted. The Msxionriitn have arrived headed by ( retieral J(w hliclby, and are trying to have the reunion next year in &t Iioui. This space belongs to ED HALL, who will continue tho argument herein later on. Zdber J.IeDoald. W. T. JAMES' Livery Stable. FINK HORSES, 1U73 (SIKS, CAUHIA(iKS. flmwai av i . it 1'oiitc Atitntion, KtMiHou l.lirgi'. I riiiiipt iitieiition to irannrtit IJntraO ami Curtlngp for Kuni tiil.- 1 nrli-r, urauairtiTtvi BLiXD, hould aonie other man than Illand get the nomination. They claim that Mr. Bland ha something like i0 iiiarr( te4 Vote, Hnat Teller' friend are not Idle. They are working Bou leading Demo ctata, hoping through them to get foothold on the convention in hi be half. In regard to the (Joradoan th leader have not much to ay, but It i eortaia that a majarity of the delegate to far a beard (mm favor the numtua tum of aa oldtime Democrat thea4 lha ticket. (fovernor htoo or Miaaouri ha ar rived and ha taken np headquarter at the Auditorium annri. GovenirT Stoa HOT WEATHER TA UaOIt t MM,' CLOTHING- otito VorV Chcni) hy -r--t-c'ri:a. JOHN NAVHATIL, t'ptlalra aver U. A P. Rank. Will furtilih (IihmI. oi not a. ilt .ltnl. the Latest thing Out is tho new Stationery and new typo faces received rtt ho Eaglo Job oftq '..". IV . xm - jw 0HAS. VESMIROVSKIJ AGENT roil Clbi,attd,v UAGIiOLIA CHER; MAGNOLIA WITQti BOTTLE I'ALK and rilOO BEKR. HOUSTON ICE and BREWING CO. let Largt't and Colilttt Dftr nnl Vault in Bryan. Ma III, taut. 8 to, soE Akent for Anbeoter-Baach Beer. Wholesale and Retail dealer In ICC delivered Regularly to ny part of tb City. I'hon 78. ofarturer of SELTZER. and all kind of Mineral Water !- T- TFT. COTJILTEK. IUjuitoh DBOVn 7J i ' 5, HAToa HABIlla, hich tucludiw th removal of the na tional Democratic headiiaartor to Chi' cago and the election of Scuator June of Arkauaa a th chairman of the na tkaial committee to aucreed William F. Ilarrity. The removal of the headijnar- tar to CJiij'ttgB, th ilver men declare. will certaiuly be actxmpluhed. They ay that a Biinoi will be tha battle. ground, it 1 necfary tint theae direo tun of th campaigu be in chaw touch With the men who are iu the field mak ing th fight. DEMOCRATIC SILVER fORCES. Tea. Are aVtalra m Arrive al CL afa Fwr Tkalr Mark. Ciiicaoo, Jane 30. The leader nf the Democratic ilv fixw in the vari ou tatn are here for their meeting wlilJi Will be held iu the Sherman llooae Vnlay uudi the aunprv'iM of the bimetallic Dejuot vatic national com tultree. The mating will not be of ia general a character an had beeu pnp. poacd. It will be onnjv.au 1 in a lar-e llieaaur) of reiivneiitiitive of the bi metallic committee which waa oriran iael In WknUiiRton l.txt Auirtist aid there will abo le preaiMit other lead'ep ilver DeiiMrata to wliom invitation hav Iveen eaally rxteiuliil. rV-nator Hnrria of Tcnuesaiv w j)l f-e-tide over themotiiipi and dmlr k.-kiom Will be held all Una V, cvk. K Naw Trial rr Wallli., IfBw-pcdir, Ky., June S'..Juilt;e Heir ha overruled the motiou for a new tria-' I for Ahmni Walling, convicted a u a -complice of Scott Jackwui iu the murder V. of Pearl Bryan. OFF FOR BU22AR0S BAY. It W III IU la rraaldaal't Ha44UTtr linrlaf lha aaaar. WaMiiN'nTON, June 50. President Cleveland left Waahington thi morn ing over tho Pennsylvania road. A private car waa placed at hi diapoaaL The president wa accompanied by hi private ecretay, Mr. Thurber, who will I with him during th mtnmec At Ji-my City the president will go aboard hi private yacht Oneida and ail to Bnrurd' Bay. All executive bnaineaa will b tranaacted at Gray Cfablt during the cummer, but official annoum-eiii-iiu, a heretofore, will be made from th executive mauiirm at Wahiti(,ton. I'reaMaatlal Kaalallfaa, WasiiiMiiTox, June SO The presi dent ha made the following appoint ment : C. Max Manning of Gcra-gia, aetTet ry of the b itntion al Monrovia, Liberia. George K. Kele of Mexico, ronul at Iurango. Mex. George F. Anderann of tho Dittrict of Ctilumliia, rtmiul at Antigua, Vet La die. I'aul Wieake of Trm coiiaul to Man agna, Nicexngua. THE WHARF COLLAPSED. rar Hajra Are I Ira waa aja4 Talrtaaai rwraaaa Hart at aalk fiaalaa IUvton, June SO. Four boy were drowned and IS peraoui were hurt here by the foll.iine of Slnldiui' wharf at CaHtle Ulaml landing, Smth l'xwton. The citixeii wer celebrating "Farra- giit Day," and a large crowd w aa on the wharf attracted by the offer of free pa aa'etotlie li-l.uid. The Uwt Klla wa alxmt to make fnt to th i w harf when i0 or more ra ivi on the aniall land i:iK unririNl at the other tide. Immedi ately thut aide went down into R fett of water and tomplctely turtuxl over. throwiiitf T.'ior Mipvrwma into the wattv. Many of the c rowd wen women and children. Twililit excitement pra vai'.ii '"t iu'ik woik aaved all bi t tr -.ffvl 10 E Go's. Own Make? kOH0E. frX SHOECO'S m r-TFl : i ir v Try an, , .. f.'..-i L'3 ItXa aVwS i? . 'a4 Hamilton-Brown's Ladies' Low Quarter Shoe worth 2.00 anywhere and Going at 81.50. J. W. COU17TKR. BILL F FARE. Manhattans a la Natural or Frappacd. Sours a la Uode La La Coolers a la Cremo do llentho Benedicturo a la Naturel. Club Punch Milk Punch " Rum Punch 44 44 The above renovator are put up in artistio tv!f by two experienced praduateg in tha art of Mix olopv. If you are in need of anything of that kitvi, drop in and m u. DUNN & DALY. ovinxo aoin, waa accompanied by i. hoia M, Bell and J. K Riokey of M. Ixuit and J. W. Farri of Lebanon, the honi of Uoug!M!u;ti Blaud. Govenyar 8 ton Klllr a a Trala. CoNNtxa, N. Y., June 80. Michael Keeran and Dtuitcl Roiily, two farmem. were killed here w lule inu.iiig the Krm rck. Both Jhone wre cnt to piece. Ilaaaball Gme in the Texa league Sunday resulted a follow : At Deniaon liiinii, 6; Ilooaton, U. At I'aria Vf 'lAuaiu. 8. At Fort Worf5-Fori Worth. 7j Gal teaton, 0. At Dallaa Dallaa, 10; San Antonio, 0. National league: At Chicago Cliicago, 4 ; Louinville, I. iiM Lvcua Louu, I ; Cindnnali, It 0 OViNEY'5 CHOCOLATE BONBONS ron salc bv Flie Candy Switch en iinti . . . Ice Cream Tailor. IVliclon C'eaiu So.ii Sc. Claaa- Fine Home Mannfartaml Candy. FRAM BROS. & YORK, FRorRlFTOU.