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Six. Vol. I No. 184. BRYAN, TEXAS. FRIDAY MORNING JULY 3, 1896. Price, 5 eta Tho .Leading Confectioner Alt T' UUC' '., f VV tiK'M'KRIIU in: (:ki:m pvm.oit. .TBA. Mil, allklteltertANDIErt. MI'lT. NITS. FIN I. rl rrcniKAP FIRST-CLASH RKSTAriSASr in connection. O I t sL. wwatn-T" 1 J A v, jr-y'" o!T ti" v j f i.' 1.1 .. - ' sir -'iirr: -r: ; ' .... i. i Spaiu Preparing a New Col umn to Fight Maceo. REBEL BAND BUR53 A HAMLET. THE PLACE FORJUIUJAINS GALORE JOHN S. MIKE. 'VA I LOR -MA DM SUITS HOT WEATHER CLOTHING- Vnrv CI iriiii v. . . JOHN XAVUATIL, FHtalrt M. A r. Bank. Will furnlih 0l ur not a .! I r r-1 UT of Sight! THE VERY LATEST CONFECTION, Frozen Lemonade. s a. G-lcuss i10i 5Vi-rn-'(; nnl con For srilf only ly This is a most delicious mil lofitltii tains nothing Imt what the name ini E. J. Fountain's Drug Store llai been elegantly refitted throughout ,.l in rm (!, I ail .meit and niot complete pharm.icy la lliyau. Ii yni haven't callel .1 i I once and you will l dcliithled. Only lrii.' Siure in i!iyii where rcgiilem) pharmaciati are employed eidim wly. Ilea ! j i a ter f.ir cito cura, cito-cura pills, celery ncadacho cure. Phone 15. ' K. J. FOUNTAIN. 1 1 IV ( III OUil Buy Your Meats From ( FRANKLIN & SON, WlC TAKE KKI'M-IAI. I'MIDR IN ol H I HK WHlt'TIOK DEPART VKNT. Wk l !H o.V TIIK !UT lHHi AM) ! SOI "T II Market ui.d. r Academy ol Miimc . , XoKTII Malet In ZennMti block. YoU AlwiTt ffi iba belt at Franklin', , MMion.s No. MO J? H Do flot Substitute. . It'll H Bring us jour Ire cription and they will be rarvfuHy riH aocuratfly r iwinil, and yon may I mtv of (tt-tliiig just what the prescription rnllx for.. M. H. James, ; Tin: Leadimi Piit ik.im n i i - KaDiallly'a Cm ta Ik llaaa ml C ivil t'enrta Awalllag Ik. IWrtaloa mt Iha aaprMa f'aarl al Mid rid Iknai PalaU KaUr4-aatullljr I, la rrlMm, but Trratra W.IU IUvama, Jolr I. It i niidf rtxM that I)iii Anlimio U awkitiK a raralrr onm tuand in Cul. It aM'ara that while in the war rVpartmi-nt he aiilicitfd a pit the wetrn tnx-ha where he will prolwiblT hare an opportunity to fiht M.tiWi Hoik inarK''iit ln(im. (.'a I 'tii iu (iuiitirnl Wi jUt, after a kNig oiiifcruiua with Mja (it-tirrul I'in, (loti-U MuntoJHX, brtraah and othir ufllrfra, ha (lwidcd to OTKaniae a Di'W column to ojxTate In the Hnar del Kio province, to be rompoxed of the Yalta ilolid, 1'learic and CuUu battalioni and variou Ka-mlla fiirct, all under romniatid of Colonel France. A rebel hand, commanded by Manuel M.irtcl, burned the hamlet of Cocaracha and At fsnnhotiMn near the town of Kan Antonio, in Havwa province. A party of UK) relteii arrred at the Mat an- taa n-metery and tlati iied thu keep er. They deited and took two horw. They nett went to the lioiue of tho hcuritedriver, thn-ateniiiR to Iiuiik him if ho continued carry in if bodiea to the irrareyard Matauxaa advice report that thr of- fie ri died of yellow fever in Colon. The civil hifcpital and Hid Cna aociety quarteni liavo Imii taken to accommo date the aii'k i ildim The mail ateamer Alfotiao XII carri.'d to .ipain yeaterday aa "depctalo" Hllverio Cantero and Julian KinuiToa Ferrer. In retile to t'onnul General Lee'i formal iniuirie aa to the itatua of Julio Kaiipuilly' cam', the captain ireneral't cfllcial atutenient la the office r were beyond hia juriadiction and wholly in the haniU of the civil court. When Saiifc'iiiHy waa tried in December laat certain eireptioua to the proc-edinita wi n? noted by bia connael. Then Con ul Celierul William oljw-ted to the fact that hi actitcnce waa baaed on the original teatimony taken at the court nmrtml. Theae ctcetioii and objee tiona have pme to the .uprvme court at Madrid fi- ooiiaidiTatiou, where the eminent tteman and jurit, S'liot StiliiniTou, i acting aa omnael fur the priwmer, Saugnilly binwlf remain in Galon a rantle here peiiding the final Verdict. He occupie the mnet lnturiotu quarter in the catle and the 8MiUh official trvat him w ith (rreat couaideratiiax Hi wife and moat iutimate friend are allowed to vlit him whenever they diaire Mid he receive hia meal from a noted Ma tatuai reataurant. Ho haa. in fact, ev ery comfort poaailile under the cirenra tanoen. The new Cuban budget ha beeu pre .'Uted to the cortea at Madrid. It give the probable expenditure of the flucal year at JS,.SX3,1SJ pe, not including eitraia-diiiary war and uavy item, which are expected to exoeed 74,000,000 ptxioa. The internal revenue of th' ialand are iucreaaed ttniro than 11, 244, 0U0 pe o aa to ofTa t the ahriukage td cuittom rec.ipt. The land taxea are railed to IS pt c-nt. The income tux i proportion ately iucreMd and the dump taxc arr increated M per cent Mannfartnnsl utnpprMcd M nor feir with Urn ci threw him. Hi lot k wo broken. Hvmaad.4 W llhaml llall. nKtXHAM. Tex , July t In the -x-amiiiing trial of Jam- ChupiHll, charged with the immb-r of hi wife, ht waa rewAnded to j:ul without bail. Mpatfcevla II If.. KAl'l-MaN. Tex., July a.Diphtheria i playing huvoo witli tho ilnldron in the Kemp aettlcment. CONFER WITH THE ailT.ra Hold a ( halruiaa COVMITTEJ Wllk C'nafareaea llarrllj. If'nu K), July J.-Th exM utive com mittee of the uatioaal Democratic com mittee convened al the l'ahner Houxe promptly at 11 o'lok yeat-rday with Chairman Ilarrity and M'-r. Wall, Sherin, Hhcrley, IVatlier and Wallace present, Mr. Cable tuing thj only ab- aentee. The oimiint(.x) went irnmcdi ately into executive -oaion with ana; don of guard at the variou door. Tin iilver committee, conninting of Scnatur Jouea, Daniel, Turpio and (iorernorf Altgeld and Stone were pnjmjitly ad mitted and were c! ted with the -xco qtive committee for imo time. The qnnition of the temporary organ- ixation waa nnder di-nm.joii. The two coniruittee were tog-thiT for an hour and a half, when tho ailver men with drew, leaving the national committ-o-tuen to continue their confen-uce. Tho proceedniOT w.Te infimnal in charactiT and w hilo thi-rn waa no acri mony displayed on either aide, the con vention waa very earn . t in character. There waa no formal rtvhe but the conference partook r.f tie charactir of a general conventiori "iiuiet a if we were aitting aroumj a log fire in the country" aid one of the participant after it had cliwed. The ilver men flrt a.ki-d that it hirald be deflnitelv nndertoid that th7 did not come aa representative of the iilver committee, but aa deb-gate rrpreacnting the majirity view of the convention. They xpmed a dcaire to have an nndendauding upon the variimt quition of temporary orgnnir-ation, rhairman, aeat for delegate and al ternate, procedure tn regard to con tenting delegate, and the arrangement of temporary rollcall. R)ferring to the t.-inpuriry rollcall the member of the ertTUtive committee iutiniatcxl they Would expect to Conaider the content a the national coiuniittet had done on all previou occaMon. aud makeup the tra;porary rollcall. At tention wa called to the fact that there had been o far, no uotii-o of conteat except in tha one iimtanee of TebrArka. The iilver tr.cn did not indicate whether thi would be atifactt-y. It wa alao plated in behalf of the na tional committeeetliat the ticket would be distributed by the committe accord ing to the ,lablihed cuatom. The principal part of the conference wa devoted to the o lection of a tempo rary chairman, and nrn thi iut no nnderotanding waanachnl. Chairman Ilarrity Mated that he had no opportunity for a conference with other memlKt of the national commit tee and he did not feel prepared to indi cate the policy of tho committee. He aaiil he would be plcaned to confer with the ailver men again and akcd them to nor iudeed, any a fo what oouraVthey would pursue further than that outlined in Mr. llarrity'i preliminary atatement. All the meuitien of the executive com mittee expressed a deelre to preaerva th utmost harmony in the convention and among Individual. In thla expreatlon they were heartily Joined by the ailvr men with the mental reaervatlon thai tho rule of the majity ihould be mad mniiifet from the beginning. Nothing waa anid on either aide to indicate a preference a individuali fi the chair inamihip. Chainnaa Ilarrity' exact poaition wai that the fuU national coiumltteej would have to pa uptjn the temporary chair tii.mliip, and that he had no mean of knowing how the member of the com mittee atood in regard to the eubject. He ventured the opinion they would be controlled by their conviction and their judgment. OFF FOB CHICAGO. Br. 8. P. Mini, l'llYSUIAN AM OI KiiKON. Offir at Jam Pnif (lore. I all, aniwcr . 4avornllil aOB T AKMRTaOMll. M. K Al.l t. AUMSTROiNG A NAGLE Attornoys-at-I.nw. Office in Taliaferro lluiMinp, ,Oppoiite Court Ilone. Money to lend t a low rate of Intercut. IV .!; tl ! Ml lv .I.;- WO! k iii Hit' A!! Ill v. :u C'li! n.oney, iv.'.vtin.C i ! ttir v ,i :. u, ,i jvitVAv! i! .ii:i: tlvlv I !.;;r ii t".i v wlu U--i iVv h I li'iia ti.-1 v- ,. Um 1 1 pt.sl.i- .C t .'.-M i 'l (..i.l All r: All v & r - Sold oi trs stll It. i . topic Imiv it. 1 - t t M in Bryan HV H ; w I M ft. M M N M II H ft at m n I . Mi ft n liold aiaadard C'MllBgaat, Hm4mI kf Whll..r. Lea Kaw Tarau New York, July a. Headed by W. O. Whitney, a gold atandard contingent left for Chicago al 4:80 o'clock thi afternoein over the New York Central railway. Th party will in clude a gneata of Mr. Whitney United Htate SenatTi dray of Delaware and Smith of New Jeraey, ei -Governor Hum11 of Mawuuhniiett, Diitrict At torney John K. Ft llowa, Naval Ofioef Chriitopher C. Ilaldwln, State Chair man Jamea W. Hinkley, Natincal Com mitte'iuan William T. Pheehan, Hugh J. Grant and Colonel George B. M Harroy. Mr. Whituey'a private ecra- tary. At AlUny Senator Hill and Hiuith M. Weed will Join tha party. S'iiator Murphy, ex-Governor Flower and Frederick U. Coudert were invited to J'in too, but ooold not ga The Whitney pwty will travel in three pri vate cow hi. , Walter Stauton, president of the Democratic Duainea Men'i aaaoriatlon. will be on the tame traiu, a will ev rral other prominent tnen from thi itate, aaide from the former aecretary'i gneata. The party expect to reaob Chicago at 5 o'c.Vk tomorrow after- noon. W e go to Chicago," aaid Mr. Whit ney, "aa Democrat, deairou of doing the beat we can for our party. What will be done cannot be foretold. We hope It will be for the beat Intereata of the parry and country." Moat of the Democrat from New York w ill not leave until Sunday morn lug, thui r aching Chicago Monday fore noon. BLAND NOT ACCEPTABLE. Trabvaveh av lb faaalbt Taaaal Kappsrl IV mar rat. St. Lnna, July a.-Hon. T. E. Tau bemvk, cliairman of the People' party national committee, ia oppoaed to ex Coiigreaaman Richard P. Bland fui president and will entertain no propoai tiou fi- a compromiae with the Demo cratic party which doe not includ Senator Teller for tliat position. In an interview at Pou1kI headquarter h denied that he had etated that Ur. Bland would be acceptable to the Popu lihta if the Democrat thould nominal him for president at Chicago. "The reople' party will not," he aid. "iudtme Mr. Bland If he ia nora- This space belongs to ED HALL, who will continue tho argument herein later on. John II. imm I k Manufacturer of 0D1 SELTZEH, and all kind of Mineral Vter Agent fir Anhenaer-Biiarh Beer. Whoteaale and Betail dealer in ICII. Ie delivered Begularly fi any part of the City. Phone 7:. BILL F FARE. t ti tt Manhattans a la Natural or Frappaed. bours a ia node Creme de Menthe " Benedicture a la Naturel. Club Punch 44 MLLk Punch 44 Rum Punch 44 44 The above renovator are put tip in trtislic tyle by two experienced graduatea in the art of Mix olofty. If yon are in nrel of anything of that kiml, drop in and ae us. DUNN & DALY. DOW EaUrv3CRV. Leu you ran bny Groceriei o cheap, and DON'T buy inferior good when you Can meet the committ. next Monday if not ' inu ' th Chicago convention. tolwceo for home rtHinumptlon u to ay two per cent ad valorem a a apeeial tax. The budget U ubjvt to modification in the event that the reform bill of K honld be divlared in effect. Wherr plantation have been burned tho rap- lain general I especially ant homed tt reduce or remit the tax.- theriMii The IraiiHatlnlitic mail ateam.r Al fonao XII reivntly ami"d for war at tin Caraciu araenal, left Spain Weliieday for Havana to reinforce the fleet in Cuban v atcr. Vlilorr Far iH.argrata, Kkt Wet. July 3 -Nt'W from Cuba i that Dr. Y.i'xn. the inurgeiit leader had a nkirmih oil Saturday with the Spanitii troop, in which the latter had 11 wounded. Tho combitmtiou agaioat Ma-en in the province of lmar del Rio haa re sulted in aeveral (uia'.l e:igagenienta in which Maceo completely routed twe bandaof RucrriUna. The Siauiard now claim that tliey cannot find Maceo. Iluata ramtie4 aad Tmm ln4. CiMisnaii. JuW a Two yawl ol the towhoat Fallin, going from ahore tr the teamer, capeixed near the foot ot Broadway from the ctrell of pawing kteamer and threw aeven nien into th river, two of whom v.ere drowned. IiOiii Johnaon and another whwe uanu i unknown. JOHN B. MIKE. before by which time he hnm to lie able to apeak authitatively. He aaid he hail no candidate, but dirlined toaay whether the committee would 1 di. powvl to act upon their own reapouuhil ity or accejit the advice of the ailver men. The ailver men were not privine ly plcaacd with the atatemeiit, but there Wa nothing for them to do but nccpt the ituation a it prevented itaelf. Thu they did, but not without making their position very clear. All the visitor talked and all agreed iu making it clear that they would expect to I cotiMilt.il and that in cane of failure to vniilt tU'in and the achi-tion of ajireviilnig of ficer whoee viewa were not iu hnrmony I lofia with those of the majority, they would le heard from in tho convention. Thin vi apoken in court eon language, but It va put ao plainly that the memtx'ni of tho executive committee did not fall to comprehend its full im;ort. The ml vermeil alao tted that they would le RAtisncd with and would ac cept any man designated by the nation al committee provicbsl he wa a man of reoognuf-d standing in the party and that ho wa a man whoao view were nmlcrtood everywhere to l in accord with their own on tho tliinucial qnen tion. In that event they would not in iHt upon uaiiiiiig the individual a they Were iudiffereiit on that eoore. They were only conceniitl that tho ciniven tlon ahould lw recognixts) from the be lting a a ailver convention, and they felt confident that many would draw their concluaion a to tho character of the convention from the at adding of tha temporary chairman in the ailver rank. Mr. Ilarrity and hi anaociatc liKtcned patiently to all thi. but gave no ign of We could not Indorse a Democrat for prtwideut and t true to oar conviction and principle. Blund would, perhapt, uit us bett-r than any other Democrat or old arty man, but the fact remain that theae i an irreconclliahle conflict between Piuliin and the old political force, in America. Principle cannot be compromiaed." Ti'.utuitLK nun. ;tlvrlnii Suffer Heavily. icon r into THOI MKllV Till VIII Galveaton, July 2. Tbi afternoon a moat di'ftnirtive fire biok out In a laijre qiiantiiy of jute atored under abig lied al the lower end of Taenty-aixth I reel rml red ith aatooiahing rapidity, ileKtreylog all the wharvrt and luM (torn Tweiity-f urth lo Twenty-e'ghth treet. Thirty car loaded with wool and cotton were burned, Tao big a arvliou-e: contain ing Ure it'.ntulitie of cotton, wod baing an l other freight acre con timed. K.xpcrU place the actual lo at l'ut one hiindrtd and aeventy-fiv tlii!ian l dollar. The oiii;ln o( the Cue a probably rareleM imoking. Have tlao j for tho Same Price- My Hlock tat Kreala and Up to Date. The best Flour ; The best Tea; The best Coffee; The best Canned Goods; The best Everything, at R J. FORD' s. Kre-h Butter and the nlceat Chicken alaray oa band. n o r l0VMEY'5 CHOCOLATE CONDONS ton aic bv tandy kitchen a. nntl ... Ice Cream Parlor. IMiciont Cream Smlaa lie. a Ua. Fine Home Manufactured Candy. FRA1I ER03. L Y0RH, n:ornii:Tuu U m. WILbUN 11. Irak Ml Nark. DacATfR, Tex., July 8 About twe tnilea from here wa found the dead My of a young man. Clifford SriUh I my inclination to yield to the rennet. lUyanaud Tabor will play ball on the p-oun In near loan thi morning. Webb IIowill leiei fir Mexico to day. A paity complimentary to Miaa King dI Caldwell wa given at the residence ot Mr. and Mr. I. K. Brook latt night ZS Tlx 13 rUieXwlunUv, SouMkataat cava Sr the Best and Freshest Groceries in Cry an. ... Try Our I-lne orJC-?- we have the Pickle3, Sauces, NEW and FincMt Flour. DAINTY RcUshcs. CO Frcsli Cheese and butter always ON TCK. (iivf o rail ov ring np lIlONli TSO. T n.