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1 HL day nN U'vlLY U SLE Vol. I No. 102. BRYAN, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING JULY 12, 1800. Price, 5 ct3 The Leading Confection e." 8Uall MMaofCAXDIti FrUlT-l, Nl'Tn. FIN K I I'iAK". TollAiVO. FAM ..HOCKRIIu) FIRST-CLASS RKSTAI KANT in connection. ICKCKKVM IMKLOR. I J We Lead All Competition RECEPTION FOR BRYAN. U tntl In Staple and Fancy Groceries. The Long and Short ol Hucceatdil advertiaing nowaday are t tie will logort anil ability ot the meichant to aell Some Things for leaa thnn hi competitor, and ALL THI1TC- " a cheap at they ran lie In. unlit Com to tee hip and 1 will prove t ran do thlt. ' JOHN B laewhcie. i. hi tin : ' I1. J ill (E. TAILOH MADH HOT WEATHER CLOTHING- Vnrv CJiiniiti I'v - JOHN NAVRATIL, tFUlil evef M. 4 F. Bank. Win fiiml.h (l.l m tml a. 1. .iir.l e. 1 1 l on- I b.y uyo OUT of Sight! THE VERY LATEST CONFECTION, Frozen Lemonad 5 Cexvts ex. G-Islss Tlii3 tuq tlidelinmi! and rcfn !iiii lit vera tains notliuting la what th liaiiu' implies. Tor E. J. Fountain's Drug Store I Inl el iinly it fined tlirt iii.l( ill ai l i now tie I ..!.. mrnt rl it H'B'I'U te pharmacy in lit van. li y. n haven't calie I il - ' at once ul you will ledclijih'td. Only lriik' More in lltyan whete nflrteml pbruicitt are rmp'oyi l m Whom !y. Ilea l. Ui tei f. r cito cura, cito-cura pills, celery Headache cure. Phone 5. K..I. FOUNTAIN. Llarula (Itiaaaa Itvaariaa; Limi-oi.x, Ni b., July 11. A maguifl- rout rnvption will be tendered Hon. j William J, liryan on bit return. IIu t i eipctd to arrive hero tome time next j week. It will be no partinan affair. A feature, regarded here aa lguificaiit l the vnt qoaittitjr of telegram being re ceived from I'npulUU over the ntatia a-kiug pcrmiiuiiai to participate In a liryan ratification. They ari'ar to re gard hi indoracmcut by the Nihrack I'opulint convention and tho St. Louit convention a a furegiitie ronclutlon. Who i the ncwa of liryan' nomlna tion wa received the whole rity n ploded in a wild burnt of tpoutamou eiithuidaaui. For an hour previou th bunion had Ui-n great, and cviTy bul 1,'tin received at the h, -ad quarter of the IcmxTacy farnraUt' to Mr. liryan u jm-tt d with a abort yell. f.41owl by nioini'iitu of (impt'iiae. That thii waa thii truth wu atti-.t-! by thi (1 faot-a and (.lutniing eyw of the area! thnmg around tho bulli-tiu bnarda. The an nnuiKvnieut that Illinoia had thrown it Tote to Urya l waa Inimediatrly fullow 1 by the long ripertvd bulli-tin that a noniitiHtuai had ben matin. All the flaK and bunting in tho varioua atom wua purrhiw d and nTT lfiwv haa tho city of Liumln bw-n ao payly decuratM. Will Induna ltaaaw CllK iuo, July II Ld,T of the National filrer purty and 1'oimlu.t party, wlo are In Chicago, de:-lnre nniuiiiiuioily tln-ir org.viitattun will en diirw the miiiiinatnui of I'.rran at the roiiYi-iitum in St. Louu, July 22. Many ppimliniit inwi iif then partim bnre bwii here during the roriYcnlion wati hinit the pruiMiliiiir and in an nn (initial way w-kinjr for ailrer. They are S natura Juikh and Stewart of Ne Taila, Coiiimnaiiinn New Iambi of Minne ota, Pi-CiiniTeMiuan IVni of Colica do, and maiiT Iiwt lij.-1'ti. IIIW llraa lha Haa. IAUVHLr. Cxilo., July 11 Tha lb-raid ( Democrat ) aaya of liryan : "U ia a candidal alike to tnut and to admire, to atay with and to anorjt over. He ia the kind of candidate to irrow Uiii the ipl. He haa at onre trt'UKth and ailmirntiim. "Strung aa he ia on the diy of the uomi uati, he mil lie many hnndreda of tliouiuuuU of ttnwt Mnwijrer on tho day of the eWtum." "I have niaile tip my mind to any nothing fur publication," he remarked. "And yoo caiuiol tell u w hi ther, air, Mr. liryan will be an acceptable candi date to the Populiht larty ':" "I can tell you riot huiK Our national committee mecta on the nnd you will hear euou.'h from u tin n " Waa KulU lha (ith.r. Mn.WifKr.it, July 11. The S. utinel (Republican) aaya: "The randidato nomiuated at Chicago in wi ll nuited to the platform. Ho U one of the moot rolublo Kpeaken fur lilvcr. Yvt two year pant he haa at pumttd fmrn the rt'Kulor ortimiization of hia party, and ori;aniMl a free oiiiH'y lVriKKTatlc party in Nelranka, the ntale of bin ruai denw." WlM aad Wall KaUrllaa, Roakoke, Va , July 11. The Time fDcrn.) aaya: "la mniiinatuiK William J. liryan of Nebraska for the pn -ul' iicy the Di'inoiTatic national, conv'-ution at Chicagn haa decided winely and well. A U'tler man fur the noaitton could not be eb'i-ted. Ilia namo will be a tower of treiiKth in the went and mtli." Naw aad MarrlbU Itarlrlara. Hkiimomd, July 11. The Timia (DcmirrM) anya: "Our won't feara not ily haTo been realired, but new and horrible doctrine added to the Chi cago platform which cannot KiMy The Huntavllle Hide of The Caae. After quoting the recent artical from the Madieonville Meteor regarding the trade of Madiaiin county, the llont rille Item repliea a followi; Thii aavnge onalauht on our little city we regard a little remarkable,' ece ially ao when e re, all the honey id aonla the Meteor ued lowanl 1 1 ante, vilie and Ike hard tbruita thrown at fcryan about the time the latter rity n fuaed to "put up" for a telephone I iu to Madiaon'i capita! and which i lluutaville people went down in tbeir I i k kela to the tune of about (blOO to . e ure, aifl the Meteor'a aaaorance tliat "the loan which aecuiea telephone connection with Madinvllle will aecure Mailiaou county' tra-le." Our l.ple believed It would prove a good tiling for both placet and put up about four riflha of the capital atock, bereaa the reverae might reaaonably have ex pected to 1 the case, aa Madiaonville at certainly to be the grrateat bene ficiary. A to the failure of the peopl there to receive the new while hot 1 1 nt. tavi ;i dioiild ci rtainly :;ut be held to accootii. It cot money to talk over the phone, and after being mainly in atruinenial In iiuililing aame, with tin r turn dividenda to fur at learned, paat or procpcclive, they ihould hardly be bind a Democrat 'who ia unwilling to j td to go further down in their m Ml nam o -wo OUft PRIDE 1 1 Buy Your Meats From III!) Wb TAkK KTKiIAI. FRIOR IX Ol it I'HF m UU TlOM 1 K r A K T M EXT. VEtHMV TI1K Hr HHl'(i4 AM Xbey JaVe - Two - JJatliets SOI TII Market ui.,l,r Academy ol Mimic. NOKTII .Maket In ennatli block. YOU AlvtT ,h' kMt " f'M"'1 "pii Mi-, x . :i f A Pniir-TiniA 4 a, a va a linv 1 Do Hot Substitute Uring ti V"ur I'tc M'riliiiin atul lin y ill W carciiilly ni l vuratily r jinntl, and you may ! of gelling jul wlnl the tvcri'iiiii m11 for. M. H. James, TlIK l.tAl!S(l pKl lliilXT. n J Winner. x i kl I Miur Flour !! VllVKKlAN AMI r-riliiKoS. i l' OBVe al laiaa. Dru. .l.m- call, .n.a.r f jj Jtj cm (0 C. I I 1 Etrbodv fcupjt. Every' - 2 grocer sells it. m r aaTkOo. m. t. - w ARMSTRONG & NACJ1.K Attorneys-at-Law. Offioa in Taliaferro HuilJing, ; Oppoaite Court Holier Money to lead at a Vow rate of tutemt Centennial Eip:slt;;a, 1876, Miller's Eipssitlcn, 1830, World's Fair. 1893. Atlanta .Exposition. 1895. and all the tlrst prints in state and local fairs and expositions for the list twenty years. Are some of the chims upon which Washburn, Crosby's Gold Medal I! Orator? II a. f-aarrr Damvillk, Va., July ll The H.gia traya: "He who aay the day haa pawd whei akyai-rapiug oratory can move multi'ude ia eTnlently in error Williuin J. liryan it an able exponer; of free roiuage doctnne, in hia rein good old Vi giuia UikmI flow and no one qneatioi'.a hw ability. He in a man around w hoin young America, which ' ummiwtioiia.ily in the aadille, can rally with unlxiu ib-d enthuMiwin." al amlnn tho funilam, tal priiuipha of hia Kirty." Will Lead to UUtj. Cou ni, S. C, The n ui.t. r ayt; "liryan haa been uiiuiiiinuurly choaen champion of the free ailver hoatt and will lead them to victory. Anmnd him the entire army of bimetalii.ta will rally, for in him thy all have confidence." A tton.er I'aprr'a Oplaloa. Dr.xvi:u, July 11. Thu Hepublican aay of the lemocratic nominee: "If he live np to the priin-ipal plaukt of the platfirm on which he waa nominate', the wet at b-aat will be entirely aatia fled with hm adminintrnt'on." , 0 tuAA&s STaDDeuat unicago. B keep kool, and trade with ED IIAXL. HEt's Too miin to take a summer trip this year, but' you can stay at home and eat Ed Hall's Groceries, and grow fat, just the same. He leads them all in SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT. 15UTTKU AND CHEESE I Ik 1 Lawrence I k lu.l.a I art llrraa la airuat. Wti.ku la., July 11 When the newt of I. yan'i numiuatiun reached Watrloo Ii ' did l ot a-m in the leant anrpriel and he waa akcd : "What do yon thiuk of the nomina tion of llry :'i?" "I thiuk r in the very atrongeat thn ha leen IHBle for the doubtful atatea." "Do yon t link Mr. liry an will carry Iowa" "Ilieliev" he will make the race in Iowa clone and probably carry the tnte." (mala AmrrlranlaM. Kii.r.1,111, July 11. The Newt and Olax-rver au; : "The nomination waa a virule one. It came to North Carolina a bracing breath afti-r thunder and lik'btiiing of tumnltuoua romtentioti. Kveryone felt in it the atnrdy nilnint nevi of genuine Aineric.uiim." IM.tlnial.hr,! Oalf a. an Oralar IViiic-Hi'iiii. IV, July II The In-dex-.p-al tlMiiocrnti aayt: "The noiiiiinf ia more diKtuitniiahetl aa the "Imy orator of the Platte" than for any achievement in atateaman.liip or b-gia-lation. And yet the omutry ia to be coni;ratulntcd on hi nomination over the hkt of fi intii'a and cxtreiuiNta who ci nti ttl wi'h him for the prue." Al llryaa'a lllrlrtplae. SaItm. UN., July It. The nomina ion for the n-ideiicy of William Jen-ing- liryan of Nebrnvk.i, "Our Native illy," aa he i called here, waa received th chi'era by the entire population of h 'city, tt. irillia of aex, age or poli The nominee w a born in t hit city 'larch 19. I-IWV Off.rad llraa tie.rxia CmrAiH), July 11. Mr. liryan y,ttT day recived a telegram otTermg him lio.oio fur III tpcxhea in MadiMN. Square garden. New York. Of cour hia noiniiiatkiu forbtda hi acceptance of any uch offer Ha Waa IW.rn la llllmrfa aad Ihravlad lllaualt la Law. William Jenuing liryan wlm i the nominee of the IVmnr-ratir Irty for o-ideiit ef the Tuiti'd Slate, Waalmrn in S,ih in, r.linoi., Man h 1'.', IL father wiu, a prominent lawyer and a circuit court juilg'. Young liryiui grad uate at the IllinoiK college and at the t'nion Law college; then he mnxrii'd Mis Mary K liaird and put out hia thingleaa an attorney. Hi total in come for the flrnt mx month waa 'is; after that he had a fine practice. Ilia wife ha alto been admitted to tho bar, and the ia in more n iim thnu wivea naually are, a helpmeet to her htukuid. They have a delightful little home and aeveral bright children. Mr. liryan i a mn.th faced, clean cut, haudmrnie man, a fine npi-akiT and a ready deleter. He it an ardent tariff rcficiner. "lnee In retirement from congren he haa been i1ive upon (W caaiitti in tpreading the free iilver prop aganda all over tle great went and down Into New Meiion. He nevr fail to,-cure coiivrta. He Ugan hia con grewional career by carrying an over w helmingly Kepublican diatrict by ?000 majority. Although hia view on fi nance are at variance with tluwo of aoine of the great DcniuTatie atatc men, recent "evelopiiu iit. have ahown that he I in advance rather than in the rear of la-nincratir progrcn. I i ket to pay fur telephoning the newt up to the good people of the "Fne Stale." If the Meteor deiiied It, and ou'd pay for ti e talk, the Item a a 11 a'.ti r of journalistic courleay, would phone a glottary of the lateat cratnp everyday, on re eipt of the daily paper. lint e opine there ii a deeper motive for the Meteor turning luoee it vial ol a rath on our lit tie city than telrpboi.e inattrri or the alight accorded Madiaon county farmer who trade here, abiih e do not admit, but connider farfecth td. The trouble rather if, that LlunU v ille mcrchanta do not aee proper to alvertite in the Meteor the ytar round judgirg from little tqaibt thrown out in the pat. Such being the caae we think the average fair-minded man will re gird the plaint aa unfounded and it fuailade can do this city butlitile Larm. At 11 nnght the Itkx bombird the holeaale boirVe o( Uuucton and Gal. verton for advertiaing with it at all t'.uir. Adveitiung we take it aa a purely butlnet matter and if they do not advertiae with u il I no Indication that the trade ol lluntaville merchanU i" not appreciated. II the Meteor car net the Madicon county trad around r in ii veit txx.ket, moreoxer, and the 1 1 eople will not trad except where par Itu alveriiee iih it, it teem patting I ('.range mere home people do not pat t .... . .-.. r niMlt. ie nave aiaav leu lit noiut Manufacturer of SODA, SELTZER, and all kind of Mineral Water Aiient f..r Anheuaer-Fiiacb Beer. Wholeule and Retail dealer ia ICE. Ice delivered Kegularly to any part of the City. Phone 78. ILL t OF FARE. THE CRETAN TROUBLE. JOHN B. MIKE. lanhearrk Hat Moth lag la aay. Sr. It i!. July 11. When u by a representative of the Awaiciated I'm . Chairuinn Tn'xVneck of the IYpulitt national committee rvfuwd piitively to ditcuat Mr. Uryan' nomination. It It llrlleml aoma KrlCrmenl Will Tak 1'Uaa, Nkw Yoiik. July II A oV;vtoh to The World from Atheiit mvk five more Chnatian IVi'tan depntun have arrived at Canea. Three have gone from here. It ia now cvfain that all will meet, and thit f.irin having been gone ihrotigh.it it learned frm diplomatic Miirce that an arraligemeut ia crtaiii to lie arrived at. The MeaM'iiger of Athent a.iy that the Ktiakian minitter. on leaving thit city for hit vacation, expnnwed the opin ion that now that Turkey linn nurecd t diM'iitt the nuxllticatlotiKof (he ll.Uleiiio convention, the whole tMnble will b aettlil in a few day. aaailraha and Apeplrty. LoMxiv, July II The impit over the remain of Mr. HikImiii, wife of t'rauk K llxlkTin. a Canadian lawyer, who died while hieyvliiiir in Patterned park, reaiiltetl in a verdict of "apoplexy Induced lit vauntroke." Cunlrlel l Mnrilrr. Akron, O., July II. A vrdict of guilty of murder in the fint degri'e wa ltnriiHl tn the cae of Komie Ootell agel 17, clurged with killing Mr. and Mr. Alviu Stone and Ira StiUxm, Man-h SH. Hi motive wa to aaaault Flora Stone, their daughter. o people ttiould give tt a iiu-r tnport iihout expecting Uryan and 1 1 unit- i.le merchant to furnith the abere- iihtokeep the paper going, though e have never aJviaed a butineu man here agaiutt reaching out lor that trade by advtrti.ing in the Meteor, nd in the Ml a hen trade waa lively many have doue o. tiutaide of a half page aJ, 1 1 0111 a branch UunUville houae, ae lind ibe Meteor ha let than one col uiiiu of regular bom adverlialng, in cluding profeaionaI card. Thi ia not near to good home eupport aa tn Me teor denevet, and likely cute tome fig u e with otbvri in pt-ing on it merit k a trade coi.troller. A 0 IlunUvilleitetbting in rumen tal iu buying olTpei railroad chetne througli that trx iion, we would like for the Meteor to l more (pecitic. We be txen trying to get them to put up foi another railioad lor Ilina.ille witbo.it avail, au 1 here it aould reeoi liny i i ii.d ng their d uata e, p a load from aume 1 tlier pl.ie. lint 'ball c- iiti.h r lb a a al'aii rl at c. ne u ion niiiev- more iieiiuoe nu 11 I."U i t'.n iii..hI Out a lib it brolb rr M, teor. K giri.ing our p,0 le Ilea i a. tli ,li 'la.n 1 1 coi. tempt any all c ine li 1. in lo r u r.i, rt, nil ii. o u.iuie ailh l.el people mid hi t ry ki o thai thi it but the .eil!l oitini gui w I (!. pli n, or el -e p ir, oaely ritten to ciette pifjil lu-e and anlatfoniauia. II. t 11 ciin do 110 Iiarm among the inU lligrnt yeomairy of Malaon county who kiion fiom exiieui- th hpitable and lilenil lurried cop!e who live witliin the c ulliet of liuniav lie. I.ven weie our people not , it aould be lmine t he ta That 'mm he heart" tvleire I t cc,iuot t r "lie lit: iK in llie C- oanul 'Ibe Item r gre men fit to g" olf 11 a ter, aiel baa jrt up a d cii"iun auli it, having t 10 any fpn i paaa by without notue. Hut an iikii anack baing lie, a made on it town, true to it ptal record, it ha felt railed upon t reply ,mt in kind but in kin. In-. W l-elieve after giving Ibe matter, a calm, troiid thought the Metcer ill ee wherein It baa erred, and ao aetng, we triiHt will make ttie proper inruila. Manhattans a la Natural or Frappaed. Sours a la Mode " La La Coolers a la " " " Creme de Menthe ' " 44 Benedicture a la Naturel. Club Punch Milk Punch Rum Punch " 44 The alMive renovator are put up in artintic atyle by two cxerii'fl praluiite in the art of Mix ology. If you are in need of anything of that km. I, drop in and aee u. DUNN & DALY. G HUNGRY. When you ran buy Groceriei ao cheap, and DON'T -buy inferior good when yon Can EC-ta-v ttLO Beat for tho Same Price- My Ntork I l-Vrtalt and Up to Dntc. The best Flour ; The best Tea; The best Coffee; The best Canned Goods; The best Everything, at R J. FORD'S. Pre-h Butter and the nicest Chicken alaayt oa hanJ. o OWNEY'5 CHOCOLATE BONBONS TO IU V The ttandy kitchen inti ... Ice Cream Parlor. Delhlon Cream Soda ' Ac. ft Cla. Fine Home Manufactured Candy. FRAM BROS. & YORK, rnorKiETori. lanul. I -4 1 gte a ibe ileor lu I at a tai geot in tlncj II. i no ileaire tit. v, r to fi M. WILSON IS T2XE TJLCS -liara Ova Haiu.kMy.1 caa T tho Best and Freshest Groceries in Bryan. . . . Try Our I-Iho oti? Ave hav the Pickles. Sauces. NEW and Kinrst ?on DAINTY Relishes. Fresh Cheese and butter always ON 1CH. Give o a call or ring up l'HONll ISO. m.