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iDlerrd t ths Postoflke at Brrao, Tt xaa, u feoul (lut mail nailer BY COSSELLT, PALM III aCABKU. Mslcoli Cu EJIlor. SVSIITIO!l MUX: Per V k, 15c. . Per Month, 60c g. P. A. Duncan and Joe Iiatta were hi llfiupoead Tuesday. FOIt SAl.K. Sis firnt class buggy horse at V. T. James' stable. 1U Til. A.C. I.. Hill and Ab Hill have. returned fmm the Indian Territory. For Sle-A home and buggy. Ap- ply to Parchal Ward at depot. 191 p n. r.tiaev of Wellborn wai in Uiyan yeMerdav. Jces I- Jubnaon, representing the (irsham Tair tompany, ia visiting Bryan. FOK SALK CHEAP A ony, gentle . r..i. mnA murk anvwbere. bee Bub Newland. Miss Anna Trotter and Misaea Myra ..) Vr.uk Kmnard of Houston are visiting Mr. and Mrs. IraGooch. iwumi.tlon. UC.rliw, Pneumonia, aud all tliriMit and lung dlaeases are cured liy tUillohs t urf. riu ny an drugglats. Tbe young people enjoyed a dance Very greatly at tbe realdenre of Mr. and Mra. Tom Higg Friday night. Karl's Clover Moot Tea purities the Mood and Klve a clear aud tieautlful complexion. Md by all druggists. Judge V. J. Moore of College called on tbe Ksgle yesterday. Tbe Judge la furniut-t tbe action of tbe Chicago con vention. knri- rimer Root Tea la a euro mm for Headache and nervous dla wiwa. Nothlug relieves so quickly. Hold by all drugglxta. ' Jamea Ionard says he baa every tiling ready to begin woik on the bicycle track Monday and will complete It within ten daya. ' Ask lour physician, your druggist Mid your frleuds alwiut hbllolt'a Cure for Consilium Ion. Tliey win reroin tuciid It. Sold by all druggists. A delightful reception, compliment ary to Miaa King of Caldwell, waa liven Friday nlgbt by Miaa Mary K. C'arr. Mia King left yeaterday for a viait lol'slettine. ' Thousands of case ( Cniwumptlon, Aatlniia. Coughs, Colda and Croup are cured evi-nr day by Million's Cure, Hold by all druggists. Mr. Augu oh n, a tinner of 2S year riiwricnce, baa charge of my shop. All work given him it fully guaranteed by me. Uive him a trial. Ketpt, I'.io J. A. Myera. Constipation causes more than half tb Ilia of women. Karl's Clover Hoot Tea la a pb-aiuint cure for Constipation Hold by all druggists. 1 n tbe nomination of Hewell of Maine for vice preaident the democratic con vrntion at Chicago bat strengthened the ticket headed by Bryan very much Nothing remalna for the democrat but to go to work and rabify tbe noml nation of Bryan and Sewell at the polls 8UMMi:U TOUItS, Tourist tiiket to northern and East ero reaorta now on sale by the I. A fl N. Call on agent for portii ulara. I. J. PRICE. A. O.T.A Paleitine, Teiaa OUK NKXT PRKS1DKNT. The Hon. V. J. Bryan of c- braka, it a man whose private character ia without spot or blem- id. 1 1 is former private secretary writing of him, sayi: "There are no skeletons in his closet. No man ever heard him utter a word of profanity or vulgarity; he proba bly never did it. He ha proba bly never touched intoxicating li quors in his life, and yet he has BUYAN ANDSEWALL. They Head the National Dem ocratic Ticket. BRYAN NOT DISTURBED. Takra Ilia Nomination Without Any Pvrltcniciit. WIUj not accept second teem. yirn I arthir Sawall of Mala N'nmlnalrd Tar Vic Frnld.nl on llw llfth Itallot. II U Hrlvrlloa llu to lllaud or ll-aurl-CoBTratlua Ailjourm Afer hr iMllof Wollflrcitlun CuiiimlltM. Chicaoo, July 1 1. William Jeiiningn ISryau of Xcbrunka, tho clawio fcutnrod Hryau etignod with many callcra and Kenltorlal Cull. A IVmoiratic Convention ol the Pelegatea from tbe several counties in in the 12th Senaiorial IHatrirt ia here by callid to meet in Urn rue Aug. 4 1M at 2 oMock p. m. for the purpose of nominatii'g a candidate for aenator from I li t'il. L. L. Mi In am. Chairman S3th 8en. IHi'U Tin Work. PUaae rememlier that I kiep a Sist rla-a Tinner and do all kinds of tin and repair w rk,clieap and on abort notice Krpectfnlly 1" . J. A. Myers. A ( nil. By virtue of Authority vested In to aichairmauof tbe &. tn KK. 'rial Iha. tiict, I herebv call a Iennrratir con vention to imet at Madi-ouville Madi son county, Tcxaa, on the 6th day ol August, A. D. IS'"!, for tbe purine of nominating a candidate for flaoter for tbe'iib Kiotarinl liiatrict, composing of the counties of Uraios and Madison, and tbe transacting of such other busi ness aa may be brought before the said convention. E. B. 8eay. Chairman of tbe yh Floiorial DiUr ct. MS. W. I. MTaJ. never Wen heard denying others the priviledge of doing so. He does not ure tobacco in any form, and not even exercises that almost essential prerogttive of statesman ship, the recitation of vulgar an ecdotes. He is a God fearing man, and l as much at home in the pul pits of the churches of his home and upon the lecture platform as he haa ever been upon the stump. He bears the stamp and seal of a man who goes in for higher and better citizenship. Among his neighbors, democrats, populists and republicans, his honesty, sin cerity and patroitism have never failed to receive the tribute of gen- eroua recognition. As a statesman he is honest, earnest and pre-emi nently able. As a politician he is as intense a democrat as ever breathed the breath of life. He has been a deep student of politi cal history and haa enshrined as his ideal statesman Thomas Jefler son and Andrew JacKson. His in tense admiration of these two revered opostles of democracy is so manifest as to be proverbial II tui had a phenominal political career, and such succchs as he has achieved in the Gold of politics he owes solely to his own matchlws genius. There are no Daniel Man nings, Matthsw Ouars or Mark Hanna's to overshadow the cue cess he has achieved." Mr. l'.ryan's success in congress is a matter of brilliant hixtory; his power i:i Nebraska politics is at tested by the fact that when he was tendered what was thought to be an empty honor in the form of a democratic nomination for con gross from an overwhelming re ulican iimict, lie wrote lus own platform, took the stump, over came a republican msjonty o 5000 votes and defeated the repuh lican nominee by a majority ol VXX), making a clear gain of 10.000 votes in one district. He is a very brilliant anu succensiu lawyer, and classically educated aid one of the most eloquent and ami forcible- ttump speakers ami debaters in the Vnited $taten. Such is the characters of the man upon whoee shoulders destiny has thrown the mantle of 'democratic leadership, and standing upon the rockribbed Chicago platform, unequivocally demanding free coinage, tariff for revenue, an income lax amendment to the con stitution, and other reform of like character, there is little dotilt that he will prove invincible. Changing to suit the occasion the propl.etic words he ued when entering his first race for congress we have the situation in a nut shell: "If you, my friends, are half as tealous u niv behalf ax I shall be in behalf of the cause of democracy, your next pre.-ident will heir the name which ."li year ago my parents gave to nie." rmnideut I shall under noclrcnmatances be a candidate for rvehtiou. w. j. nnTAM." Before he could cmpb to thia work a number of prrsoim desiring to extend congratulations hud arrived, but he el-cuiM-d himiulf to them until he could fmiah hi miwxaKe, he Um-u shook bunds cordially with all present and Immedi ately hurrii-d away to thn barbershop to be shaved. When ho returned a tmmenae crowd had gathered to s and congratulate him, and the polioo wsre required to suppreaa the Jam. Mr. Bryan made a ahnrt talk from the atairway and sought hia room. Mrs. Brynn waa not present when the news came. 8ho occupied a platform eat in the convention and did not leave the hull until rceoNi waa taken. Khe reached the Clifton and found Mr. orator from tlio plums of the l'latte, swept the convention off its feet yeater day and waa nominated for pnideut on tbe fifth ballot. I'olitical hixtory fur uiahee no precedent for the pnxtHlinga in tbe Colixoum either ax a great xjhk' tarular ahow or aa thn result of deliber ations of the convention of a great po litical party. Bryan ia but !Ui yean old, younger by 10 years than any mnn ever nominated for the chief mugixtrwy of the Ameri can republic. He came like a young Lochiuvar out of the went, whic h baa never before nominated a pnnidential candidate to woo the bride for wluaa hand thn country's grentmt chieftains have been suitors. Ilia name wa bare ly mentioned in the preliminary skirmishes. Four days ago the convention met and he waa not entered in the lints. But Ihuntday he mndo an impainiied speech and stirred thn convention to a frunry by hia eloquence. That speech overthrew thn dilligeiitly orgiuiized work of weeks and mouthx, for other ax piranta for the honor. The cauxu of ail ver waa uppermoxt in the miiiiU of thn delegutes when they axxcinbled hern. For this cuuse they dclilierately j.laceil the eaxteni wing of tbe party on thn al tar. When I.ryati made bis xp.oh the del egates suddenly saw in him the great advocate of their curiae ami they turned to him with au impotuoxity that noth ing could balk. They wanted a tribune of the people- They felt that they hud found him in the eloquent young Ne brtokan who set their imugiuutioua un t ; Daniel, 6 ; not voting, 25.". The fourth ballot resulted : Williams of MaaKtu"Vuxctts, 9; Mo Lean, 8HH ; Clark, 40 ; Sewull, Jl ; Dan tel. 50; Harrity, 11; l'attiaon, 1! not voting, 250 ; neceasary to choice, 4o0. Arthur 8owall of Moine was nom inated for vice preaident ou the fifth ballot. His uomiuatiou was due to the with drawal of Uland of Miaaouri, and atat- Ing that the vice preaideut ahould come from further east. After the selection of the notification committee the convention adjourned sine die. COMMITTEE. the Ki- McKBNZIE & CO. Q rHf THE NEW NATIONAL merely said: "Well, Will, you are nominated." Telegrams of congratulation poured in ouo after another and near midnight they had exceeded 1500. They went from everywbiTe and from inemliers of all political parties. Mr. Ilryan made a speech from the balcony of the hotel which raptured the crowd. During thn evening the ladies of the Clifton lb mnn organised an impromptu reception und Mrs. Ilryan was prexented to them. Shu received them with a simple grace and genial manner that capttvati'd all. Mr. Ilryan will proUbly leave to night for his old home at Salem, Illinois. After spending a week there fee will proceed to his prexent home at Lincoln, Nub. x .' 1 Two More HI? Itobberles. It can now be proved by tbe testi mony of thou-ands that all painV robbed of Ita sting by Cito-Cur and uialairs is ribbed of its poison by Cito Cura rills. Msuufxctnred excluxively los. w. i. ssria. fire. They xtuck to him fmt and land ed him safely on the fifth txillot. When the convention Ix-gun to ballot Ilryan ahnwvd second on the firxt roll call. He had overhauled Itoiiw. Only IUand waa ahead and it wax a struggle foe the Mixxouriun to get the 2;is votea v hich were coxt for him. The xtampedu began on the uext ballot. In the fourth ballot Tiryan took the lend and Illand fell back hopeleaxly tn-nteu. Tbe uom iuatiou was matin unanimous on tbe next ballot. When the nomination wax announced the Coliseum for 14 minutes xhixik with the storm of chwr w hlle frenzied men marched and sang and hyxterical wom en became frantic. Until after the nom ination a sweet faet'd, uiodext looking woman sat almoxt ntiuoticed in one of the ehnira to the right of the xtage, xur roundel by a few friemlx. She retiuticd her compoxurti aiuidxt all the excite ment, but her faro glowed with pleax um aa she followed the pmcetHliiig which made her hutaiid famoiu. It was Mrs. llryun. After the iiomiiiutum, when it became nois.il about thut she was there, there wax a nihil to we and congratulate her. She modextly with drew and aoii'ht her huxliaud. Mr. Ilryan received theannonnceiiient of hix iiominattoii with all the coiiinox nre and cnliiuiexx of a man w ho hud been used to such liing" during a longer life than his. Hix handsome black ere were perhnpx idightly ruore (lilatid than ordinarily ben the Axx'iat. d lVexa bulletin, rnrrying the nominating nuwKige, wax hundiil to him, but other wixe he mauifextcd nochiuige of counte nance or maimer. He wax at the tine sitting i hutting with two newpnjer friendx in his parlor at the Clifton Houe. "If," said he, "tbix ix true, I want to do that which I have tuimo time had in contemplation in thia emergency." lie then turned to the parlor tuhlc and With a loud pencil w rote on a scrap of Soft paper supplied by one of hix uews pcr visit", the following : "To the American people: In order that I nmy have no ambition but to dia- charge faithfully the duties of the office by E. J. Fountain, Urysu, Teas. lul. i i to auruunco that if elected SEWALL WON FOR VICE. SvlM-Ud the rifth Italian m tbe SaffMllaa ml llUad. Chicaoo, July 11. The convention was very slow atxmt aMcmbltng to day. The silver leaden sUxxt about with their heads together diaenxxitig the availability of various candidates. They were disposed bxik strictly to political ronxidemtions in the eelection of Mr. ISryan's ruuningmate. It ix Mr. Bryan's wixh that a man of wealth ahould not be placed on the ticket with him As the hands of the clock pointed at 11 o'clock Chairman White called the convention to onh-r. There were only about 4D00 people in the Coliseum, more than hulf the gold delegutes wire ab sent The ratificutiou of the new national committn waa the first business. Then nominations for vice president was then calh-d for, after a motion offered by Senator Jomw of Arknusax, bail Imvii ailoptel limiting speeches to five mill- UteS. J. T. O'Sullivan, a fiery young dele gate from Mavutchnxetts walked to the platform and pUwt-d in nomination (ieorge Fnl WUliuius of the same state. Marxtou of Iuixiana, aominuted J. K. MeLx-.m of Ohio. Ielegate Maloncy of Washingtou, nominated Jamiw Haaiilton Lewis of that state. .1. H. Terry of North Carolina, nomi nutel Judge Walter Clarke of North Carolina. Kx-CongTtxxman Tom Johnson, free trade millionaire of Cleveland, nomi nated exCoiignwxman tiiorgo W. Fitliiau of Illinois. He had seen xervioe in the cause, Mr. Johnson said, and had pmvet true. He wax not wealthy, but Johnson maintained thut the cause wax ouo of the common deople, and thai a rich man waa not deairabln, "I do not believe in free silver," said Mr. Johnson, in his frank impubuve w ay, "but I believe thia is a great move ment in the interest of humanity, and therefore I am with you." The con vention broke lis we in an uproar at this utterance. Miller of Oregon nominated (levemnr lVnnoyer of th-egon aa one who could w-curc for the ticket a united voto of lutsiringmun, becuuxe of hia course dur ing the railroad trouble in his state. William A. Iturko of California nomi nated Arthur Sewall of Maino. J. D. Showalter of Missouri nominat ed Joseph Sibley of Pennsylvania. (io ver nor Culberami of Texas eoi' when the name of hia state wax called, that she would vite for K. I. island. O. W. Powers of Utah nominated J. W. Daniel of Virginia. Cougrexsman Jones, chairman of the Virginia delegation, withdrew the name of Senator Daniel. Ulrio Sloane, art ing chairman of the Ohio delegation, withdrew McLean's name. Mr. Fithian of Illinois withdrew his name and sec onded the nomination of Joe Sibley. Voting began amid usual confusion aud it w as develop d at once that there wax to lie a big field of candidates. The first twllnt resulted : Harrity, 21 ; Teller, I ; White, 1 ; Tat tison, J; William, (of Mossachuaett ) 7C; McLean, 111; Clarke. 50; Sewall. 100: Sibley. 1 tUI ; Flthiaii, I ; Daniel, 11 ; 111. .1.1..... .hi. Willi,...,. I.J lllilwil. I liini m'.i ii, " , -, - -.....-- 2i ; lloiex, JO. Not voting, '.V.S. The seoo-id t'hllot stixxl : S.bley, 1 1.1; Sewall, 117; Melieail. I5H; IUand. S'.'t Clark, S3 ; Harrity. Jl ; W ' liamsof Maachusettx, Irt; Williams of Illinois. 13; Pattixon, 1. Total, o;".. NeiN-xxary o choice, 4,"x'. Third txtllot : Wand, J.V. ; McLxati. J10 ; Sibley, 60 ; Sewull. U7; Williams (MusNachusettx), All llata Ismb a.lrrUd Wllh Mplloa f MlaMarL Cnt(,K), July II. The following are the members of the national committee except Miaaouri : Alabama II. D. Clayton. Arkansas Thomas U. McRae. California J. J. Dwyer. Colia-ado Adair Wilson. Ommvticut Carlos Fuch. Florida Samuel Faaeo. (ieorgia Clark HowelL , . Idaho (ieorge Ainslee. Illinois Thomas (iahan. Indiana J. U. Shanklin. Inwa-Charlec A. Walxh. ): Kansas J. O. Johnson. V.. Kentucky Urey Wixxlaon. Louisiana N. 0. lUanchard. Maiue-8. C, (tordon. Maryland Arthur P. Oorman. Masxachum-tts John W. Cccoraa. Michigan K. O. Stevensm. Minneaota W. K. Lawbc. Mississippi W. V. Sullivan. Montana A. J. McILttton. Nebraska W. H. Thompsun. Nevada It. P. Keating. New Hampshire A. W. Sulloway. New Jnrw-y Jamea Smith, Jr. New York John C. Sheehan. North Carolina Jiaieph Daniels. North Dakota W. C. Luxtikow. Ohio John K. Mclaii. Ort-gon J. Townxend. Pennsylvania W. F. Harrity. " Khode Island-ll. II. (mstx-k. South Carolina U. K. Tillman. South Dakota Jamea M. Wood. Tennessee J. M. Head. Texas James (. Dudley, l'tah-A. W. MeOnno. Vermont II. H. Smalley. Virginia P. J. Otey. Washington Hugh C. Wallnce, Wt Virginia J. T. Mctiraw. Wiw-onxin-K. C. Wall. Wyoming-W. H. H.Uliday. Arisona W. II. liurboge. District of Oolumbia L. Gardner. Indian TTrit4iry Thomas Mairuiu. New Mextoo F. A. Mautjuiartw. OklalHima VT. L. (irant. Alaska C. D. Itogera. Alii: HKUJNO. jk.v rxtxcxa Silverware and Fine China - v r ra-CUT HALF TN TWO. Have lust received a leautiful stock of "Fine Hib tirade Stationery, Visiting Cards, etc. Don't fail to see thefe goods. The Latest thing Out is the now Stationery and new type faces received ett he Eagle Job office J. IV. English. ST APLE and UttCr GROCERIES. Lnnir experience in hsndling only the IWst tjualitv of Goods hss given the prestige of gusrxi.tee to eveiything sold. ,llione ISo. 11-a. .7. W. KNdMHll. A Double Daiiy Trains Each wa OVIR THE Houston & Texas Con trol Railway. i KLKC'ANT CHAIU CAU DAY TIIA1N8, The OS1.V Line) Operating tlirotipli Conches, Kre Ki elitiiiifc Chair Cars ami I'ulltiiaii Sleeperx, be tweeti jiroiiiiiu iit T'-xas points ami Memphis. Solid Trains Ft. Worth, W aco ami intermedi ate poinrs to Metii.liis, ami Pullman Sleepers to St. Louis making direct connection at both cities for all points North, Kat ami Southeast. The best line from Texss to a'l points in the old States. Hat' s, Maps snd full informxtion aill he liii rliiliy given upon an a-lion. . a. ti.hio, s. . m rm:r, T. V. .. ft, W.irtb. Tt i. U P A.. T)lr. Tx E. VI. LaRE.lOIK, U r A T. A.. XI Louis, Ma Through Sleepers Hrlwres lltUSTOX, 1TKIH.O, ( OU lit AllO SPRINGS, Sid DK.NVKIl, Via Ft. WORTH. Through Sleepers IWtween han Antonio and KatiaTt City via llexrne and Ft. Worth I'eiween Ga'vrston, Houston and It, l-ouii. via ls!ia, Hherinan rtd Texarkxua. Superior Route to point' In tbe Ruithraat, via llol'STdN and NKW Oltl.t.tSS. Wrtlr r estl on II A T K. AcU fur lurermstluii. M. I.. I.OIUllNS.G. 1'. AT. A. C. W . MF.IX, Tratlie Manairer. G. A tjl'IM.AN, Vice ('resident. V W. H. VII.M)N, Ag'l, BnriA HONEST MONEY DEMOCRATS. Sup Taken all AaMhcr lnia- rralle TuBrvirtlaa. CmcAiM), July 11. At a meeting of the state executive committee of the honest money Democracy of Illiuuis held at the Itichelieu House rven ing a resolution was ado;'t-d in favor of the calling of a national convention of tho IVimx-ratic party for the purpose of nominating Denus-ratic candidates f the oltlces of president and vice presl dent upon a Demis-ratic platfiann. To that end the advice and osperation of the other state of the Union were in vited. It was asserted that the chair man of the organisation be authorised to atnsiint a committee stating the grounds or reasons for pulilng a nation al ticket in the field. Six delegates from Tcxoa to the national convention vt en present and adoptl nwolutloniin dorsiug the action of thn Illinois sound money Dennx-rata. The gold standard men have left the couveiition and are on their way a They are not all of one mind as to I plan of procedure, but on one thought they agreo and that ia thut there ahouid be a manifesto issued proclaiming tlu4 they considered the violations of Demo cratic principles in the platform and the prevalence of the Fopulmtio ideas and scheme tluit make the convention uot strietly a I-morratic one. TEXAS SOUND MONEY COMMITTEE. ladorM the Action of Illlanls UsMswi for Aaalksr runvsulla. Chu'aoo, tuly II. After a conference between the gold Democrata of Illinois and the committco sent fmm Texas to represent tho antisilver seiitimeut of that state, the following signed card was issued : "The undersigned, elected by the Demix-rnt.c convention of Texas to attend ti.e. n.nveiition at Chicago toco- ox'rute v it'n the DenuxTaU there, met together for the preservation and integ rity of the DeiiKx-ratio party and th pi rpctuatiou of ita principles, do hereby heartily endorse the action of the Il'l liois Dcnuicraa-y in rolling for a Demo cratic national convention to nomins'e a candidate for preaident, vice president and to adopt a platform of Democratic principb-a." It wax signed by Hufiix Hardy, Geo. Clark, K. S Omnor, W. T. H. ffly, D. C. llolmgi-r and J. A. Ilead. WON BY HIS ORATORY. I1r;sa Maj Maka Spmkra aa4 lira tlal MrHlalrj, Scroiula Texas Bakery. ; Supi'lie for Picnic Psiiles and UAKt'KCt'Krt alasvs ready. LAIIIKsi, save yomaelxea from rooslus In Hot Weather. Otto BoehrnC TRY THE of TAYLOR & COX) e Is a drep-arsted blood diseste which all tbe mineral mixtures in the world CAT HMV raunotrnre. S.S.S. ituarantrtd turtly oiv 1 Af I ll Vfgfliirle ) is a ttal blood remeily lor blood diseases and has no equal. ' Mrs. Y.T. lluck.olDclaney, Ark., had Scrofula for tentv-five vrars and most j ... . i i . . . , . oi wie lime was ouiicr mc care oi toe i .1.- i..., u-; 1 1 uociora wno couia noi relieve ner. a ' . . . ; 1 .... , . i a"19 ,u r I specialist ssid ht i I rmil.l rnr. k.r Kill 1 Xaw l ix t urea. I'uli te and t OlirtMlllH I he etlcd her with' Attention. arsenic ana poiasn which almost ruined her constitution. She then took nearly I sad Nil Y A ...... '"'. W. N. .T every so-cslleil blood mruicine ana arana them by the wholesale, but thrv did nut reach y ''.her trouble. Some one advised her to try '' S.S.S. and she verv toon found that she had a real blood remedy at lt. She eaya: "Alter tak ing one doten bottles of S.S.S. I am perfectly well, my skin is clesr and healthy and I would not be in my former condition for two thousand dollars. Instead of drying up the poison ia my system, like the potash and arsenic, S.S.S. drove the diseaae out through the skin, and I waa perma nenllv rid of it." A Real Blood Remedy. Parks" Livery StaWs Is unlrrrMlli rerocmn las the 1 1 KMT -: IN : lilt ?", tiivsl lor-e, Hue To units, Carrfwl Piivers, stnl the CU-aitt hi abb U Tixxs. Tks saly Ixssrlsee4 aa . Irsrtlsal fa. Ssriaksr asl Faasral ttitesisr la Kk Csssty. Knibslming a Sim riiill v. IMIOXIMJ. J.r.PARkt,' S.S.S. nrvrr (niU to cure Scrofula. tr.... i)hH..n..ii.H. rA.,i...iA... tn j a-evsassa. exist isiitS7iis vuiuan iutfX AtMtM j A. lt Poison, or snv dis.irder of the blood, i with W eeslv lo.leinnlty To the Traveling publi-: On the 1 mil slay of !, tberealter, will sell Ac 1. 1., It 1'tk eta in a good, irllxble Com pan $ in mi a ; Do not rely upon a simple tonic to cure a deep-seated blood dixease, but take a real blond remedy. Uur books free upon appli cation. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ca. Wanted-An Idea Ti. wwhisium. l '.. . ifctr si anas Un Mt on uf iw aaaorw uvaauuas wsaua. Was aa thlw vt snait ami. iSISS k) l4ll fmart vrmr Msu; lh msy arias V" Mht Wnw JOHX WSiiUKkbt'KX a M, I'imUiiw for Sit Months, for S! 1 (f f Also, Ac blent Tickets an". I P..ileif, t, rover ail accidents ai Keaxor.a-f.'si rates KesiNt (fully vouia. CHAS. CARR. Canton, )., July II The iniireaaion prevails her that it vv?is Itryau's oration which won him the nomination, and that but fr the fiery vlooucuce with 13; Harrity, 10; Clarke, ii ; l'attisou, ' hlch he stampeded the convention he pre.'.g Kiie, Torna.io an, Arvldeil ln-ursn e Coiepai I I CaH ( rr Is nrfmhlijr l.ry. would have stood no show of nomina tion. It is thought that the oratory which won in this case will lie regsnb-d aa po tent by the cauiaign uianagera aud that Ilryan will he put on the stump for a personal canvas. This naturally raises discussion here as whether the Republi can managers will not follow the course and have Mi Kinb y make a tour though his capability in that line Is already known aud w hile no one in authority pretends to know positively that such is the raae it is expected he will at least make a cnniiuiitmiuir tnnr wostward. TOLEaSK-SOrtscresof liver bolt, m land in r i'tivntion ! miles southwest n( Bryan and one mile bom Iron bridge, situated this side of the river. All well m proved. Apply to i. II. Keliols. -W Mexican Cigars Baa tlcir I. t t t v "El Blanco Jfacionsl paro." Male only from Pure Me lean TobaiTO. 8ild in Ilryan eiclu-lvtly by j. s. nooni.icv Exchange Hotel. Also a nice Una of tas celebrated WIU.I8CU1ARH,