Newspaper Page Text
THE BRYAN DAILY EA
Vol. I No. 215. BRYAN, TEXAS, SATtDAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, 1890. Price, 5 cts JUST 1U:CKI'VJ5D- lfP and they arc Fine I Mew Lot Swift's Premi' um Mams and t hey are delicious. Glory Flour; and it is the Best on Earth. O Ml EI AM Manufacturer of . Lawrenc3 I Co, soon, seltzer, I UHIIIIUM H W ..jiUodi of Mineral Water Akeota f..r Aoliroorr lluw li fieri. Who'ea and U tail lienor in ICE. Ire delivered Regularly to any p in of tin- dir. I'lione 'H. THE TEXAS If LISTS Platform Adopted and inations Made. Nom- XEABBY BAKED TOE G0VEKK0S. II I RmM Through by Arrl Una. M Wm Aln A.lilijf fat Llea. Iwwl Umrwr-Murk XValtaa Inr AtlorMjr J.nkl - kKu litKMfili a I'apallaU t'ombia.. CiaLvkkto!, Aug. 7. Permanent Chairman licntlcy called the state Pop. alist con rent ion to crlT yei.terday. All the ioti wu consumed in tlin re port and adoptiou of the platform com mittee. Many change were made after long and heatd debate. At time during thu adoption of tho platfiarm by sortion it wan impoaMhle fur the chajrmaji to keep order, and he dually d'x-lari-d the convent. on would b at a itomWtill until order waa r ttia-od. Thi had marvclou effect, and the platform wu ruahed. The platform, however, wa not flu iahed when thu rule were au"tidod to go Into thi nomination of atate oflio r. Harnett GibU placed J mine C. Hear by in nomination fur governorin a gn at ipecoh, eulogixiug Hint gentleman. BILL F i FARE. Manhattans a la Natural or Frappaed. Sours a la Mode La La Coolers a la " " 44 Creme de Menthe Benedlcture a la Naturel. Club Punch 44 Milk Punch 44 Rum Punch 44 The atfive reiiiv-itir are. put up in artistic ft vl by two pxi-'riMicf. gradi! ite. in the it r t if Mix ology. If you are in h'i-1 of niivtliin of that kind, dr in an I sec in. DUNN & DALY. mm WILSON the XM TTX12 .ACT, wrliare Oka 3Zsaofc e a y Rost and Freshest Groceries in Bryan. . . , Try Our I .tin CSiS- v liav ti.e Pickles, Sauces. NEW and Finest Flour. DAINTY Relishes. C Frfsii flccsc and imitiT always ON r'JJK- Give aa rail or rim d,. 111 ON i: NO. HOTWEATHER CLOTHING-- Very Ch TAILOR MADID itonp JOHN NAVRAT1L, aalalr f M. A P. Bank Will nirahh Uool or nnl a dr.lted. J. C II4IKT. There were no other rndidat offered fur that place and Kearby wa nominat ed tiy acclamation, Mr. Krby accepted the nomination In a mt speech in which he reviewed the attitude of the Texas delegate at the St. Louu convention. After Mr. K'arby finished, the con vention adjourned to 8 oVh.k. At the night .sion tho nomination were rwnmed. H. 1. P. Aahby wa nominatrd fc lieutenant iiTernor by acclamation ai d P.uck Walton win tioiuinntcd for attr ney pnwnl. Tho Topull.t coiiTontion tin. morn ing nominaUHl K. (. Mrit. n of Iioiiio for coniptmllur, Torrvll aud WitJ with drawiiiR, Then came a Bi;ht orcr tho wording of t'h'rama to be n ut to variou. lV'pa lint Uto contention. and n4 to th ifn iul family. A lnn li'i;M of ixiwt-r triii! to corruption and in ubverive of economy and ffiicient . irovt-rnmi'iit, nnd v" U lixve that the Ixwt iiitTtU tf Ti-xr. il-mand achanK of adminiritratiou and un inspection of the IkmiL. Wo Milimit tho following d luration of priiicipli-a of tho I'otiple'a Jrty of TfXAa in cuiiTi-iition awM-ml.lcd at ul nton, Tt x., thia Anc fi, IS'.ifl: Nallooal I'ulltlra. We imlorao the prinriph-a of tho Pv ple'a party aa vt forth in nnr national pint form ailopted at St. Louin July 2 J, ISM. Am.n. Land. Tim I'ecple'a party fur on all atate h'lfii-htion that ti-nil to inert-axe the nuinU-r of home owm ra aud thut will i-t in tit" a.'ttlinjr of c nr nuocenpied land h nco wedi'iimnd that only the im Iirnviiii'iitH and the amontit ai-tually paid to the Mate. njxHi achool landa be ulj"ct to tait n:i. No noun-aideiit alien owncrolap if landa ahould be al lowed iuTt-xa. Ciqxir.itioiilioui(liiot f allowed to ow n more l.ind than they actu..llr ue in thu pne-ution of their bu:iii'ft. Ta ! We fariT a cou-titutioniU ammilinent exi'initii:f ;.".! of personal property from tux. it. on in l,. n of the exemptioti jf f.'Viof hoUM'holil and kitchen furni ture ami tho exemption of f."ii) worth of iiiiprovemciita on hr :int.li .via. We are opined to cunnti"' or citiea routraetiiiK a bonded debt utile the tame I ordered ly a majority Tote of tho people protioacd to bo tax.-d by aaid debt. We arw in faror of a jiut and equal rendition of all pro rty for taxat on. tud I t that end il imuid that ail note and oilier necuntiea ahall be rendered for li.xation, and that they ahall not be illM tuble nnlcM Kaniipe! with the a.Mil )f the awewir, a;id when accured on real e.tate theu aaid r- al otate aliall be exempt from taxation to the amount of laid a-uiity. We denounce tho IVmocratio party for it. ruckle extravaKance in the ad- iniuiitration of the atTiira of atate, aud pb-dk'" the People', party to the moot rikicl nxiuomy in the adminiatratiou of nul nffaira. The People-a rty of Texaa farote liU-ral appropriation! by the gununX (foTennneiit fr the improTemnnt of the harbom, rirera and waterway! of Tex aa, aud to thia end we roquett our aon atora and reiiroaeutatiTea in con (Tree to lupport aueh approriationi aa will be rollloient to aecure dt-p water in inch harbora, river aud watorwaya. We condemn now, ai we did in our platform of lt94, the policy of placing raw material on the free lint while erery article manufactured from aald raw ma terial la protected. We are not the enemy of railroad and we here declare that while we faror government ownership of rail roadi, yet ao long a auch property ia owned and operated by corjxa-ationa it ia entitled to fair and impartial treat ment at the kanda of the government and the pooplo, and to the aame protec tion that ia accord ud to private property. We coudumn theaetting aaideof large continront fund lubjuct to the draft of one man aa domoralixiug to good atate government. Without committing the party to the advocacy or rejection of government bountie aa a principle or policy, we condemn the Democratic atate adminU t ration because of their faily to culled from tho general governniunt the augar bou:ty earned by and due to the atate. We favor alao the collection by the atate of the pro rata of money due Texaa or ita citizcni on account of the illegal cotton tax collected by the general gov rrnmeut, and we demand that the aaid f und.aupplemrnted by the fund now pro vided by law, ahall be devoted to the ee- tablmhmejit and inpport of home for aged, infirm and Indigent ex-Confeder ate soldirn and their wivei, the balanoe. if anr. tn rui dvnld an th avtjmainn of proriaioni for the indnttrial educa- Shortest. tion of the boy and girl of Texa. Quickest RT)d w e lavor ucn a revuiou oi tne lei low lervanta' act a ahall correct the in equalitie of the preaent law and give adequate protection to employee. The rMblM Ma4. Hi-tciii(son, Kan., Ang. 7. The Democrat and PopulUUof Kansaihave practically ffected fuaion of IntcreaUin the coming election. Sinoe Taeaday laat the Democratic convention her haa waited on the PopuliaU at Abilene. The Democrata huld two acaaion! yeaterday. Special Inducements! In Chickens and Eggs To-day. New MackerelFine as silk! AT JOHN B. lElE'S. liCl 11 THE ,1 iillUliL ROUTE. International and Ureal 1'ortlie ru IUilrouJ Co. lis the best Line. BCTWtEX oun . - 4 PHIDK V TAKE F.rF.-AI. PRIDR IX OtR TKE m'RIPTION DEPART M EST. WEValOSI.Y THE BKST PUl'G AM Do f4ot Substitatc "eiavoraneneei.vo ayem oi poo- Th ni.eTiing .eaaion wa a.ljoorned on ic in-o acncaiis ior aix monina in tuc ,,i Next door to the upper corner of Zanetti block. Dr. 1. 1 Mm I'llYi.-lAN AXI) Ofioa at Jaaaa Pmt atnre. dar of niKhl at'ltilKoN. I all an.wrr J. W. English. lUm 4 WlCr GROCERIES. 1ing experience in handling only the Beet Quality of (iimhI ha given the preatige of guarantee to eve vthing old. 'PhonNo. I I t. J. W. KNC.IIMII. TRY THE . . . NEW SATOON ! of ) TAYLOR & COX Only the U-at VVine-, Mipior an l'igar in a toe It. New l ixtiirea, Polite nnd I onrteoiu X'tt-ntion. aoa'r abmhtdoku. m.naolx. ARMSTRONO tt NAGLK Attornoys-nt-I.nw. Office In Taliaferro ltuiMinp, Oppoaite Court Hotiso. Money to lead at low rate of interval. Buy Your Meats From FRANKLIN & SON, Toe) Jl.Ve To JUrk,tts SOl'TII Market und. r Academy ol Mimic. NOUTU Male! In Zennatti bhck. You a1tti 1 ih kM " I'r"k MMioiip. No. H You seo this, rnd will read every word of it before yon quit. Yet perhaps you are one of theso men who would adver tise, but doubt that ads aro over read. In a paper that circulates, ads are read. THE POPULIST PLATFORM. Pall T.i I nf the Ad...d at tba Mat. raarralloa. The following i the text of the atate Populiat platform aa aloptetl by the convention : rrraiubl. We demand a rhaugo of aduiiuiatra- thai in Texa for the na-on that, dur ing the S3 year in which the lVino cratic party ha had control of thi atate it haa tipuaudcrcd our magnificent pub- Uo domain U corporation and a.de at nominal price to yndictt and land grabber, and ha thrown every impedi ment in the way of the actual acttler. It ha multiplied cflli-ca, wot-d the pub lic revenue, inrreMel our atate debta and raiaisl onr tax to tho point ap proaching confiscation. It ha luri'aaed the rxpenac of the atate government from tl.O-JO.OtH) t annum to more than 4,000,000 per annum. Hy ita malad niiniatration of the public n-liool funda it ha, in open violation of the tvnatitn tiou, minced onr public fret ache4il from a aix to a tlnvo month nnnon p r annum, and at the aame time it haa in vadi-d onr permanent chxl fund ao that the aame will ultimately be extin guiahed, iuatcad of remaining aa a x-r ix-tual benefit to poaterity. aa diikinil by our father. Though necdle-ly mul tiplying court it ha failinl to enforce the law by refusing tho repeal of .-iikc. lea tochntcalitica in our criminal pro cedure; it ha it idem! iieoary t veraal of tho judgment of conviction agaimt notoriou criminal to nrh an extent that our court of final rcaort have been inhjcctod to groaa abno and the adminiitratioii of our law haa bei-n brought into auch contempt a to incite moba to deed of viol nee, to tho ahamo and dlngrac of our atate. We denounce the present admiuiatra tiou of thi date a K-ing purely ier axaial and dominatel by ring rule, a ia videuccd by anch acta a the payment nf extravagant and unncceNutry fee to ita henchmen aud it refuaal to buy bond except through favorite broker. Thi admiuiatration, like It prodecea- year a provided for in the onutitnt.-m for all chililren betwen tho age of 8 and H yeara, and that each rare ahall have it own trustif to le ehvtcd by the piple and control ita owu achiaila. We demand the adoption of a uniform erns of text lio-'k for the u--e of public m ho .'., to bo furni'lieU at ctwt by the late We demand an amendment to our tate constitution authonr.ing the loan ing of public hool funda not otherwise, invented upon the land of tho people if thia atate with pr.T limitation Uon the ipiaiitity of l.ind and the ainonnt of Uiollev. Wo demand the enactment of a law declaring eight houra to la a legal day 'a work for all artiian, ni'-ehanie and lalirer in tho employment of coutrurt- ir. We favor the cn-ution of a f tato board if arbitration to at!jut all diffcrcm-ia U'tween rorHiration aud emp'oye. We demand an rfl'ii-ieut aliun law that will protect the art ion, mechanic, InUir-r and tiuiten.il man. Onvral licuiaatta. We demand aueh atueuiluienta to tho VRgraut la ua will prevent tho pro-"-I'utiou of CTiniiuala of indnitrioua lalxr tug men while in a c.mditnui of idlene. We demand the naetment of a liw di-elanng eight honr to b abxal dav'a work for all nrtiaaua and mechanics. We demand a f roe vote by every quali fied elector without refenneo to nation ality, and an houct count. We demand that the atate provide uftii-ietit accommodation for til it in Miir without diwnminatiiai in color. Wo favor prop rtioiial r-prtntation. We declrtro the Petiple'a party to lo in favor of local Ifgovenuueiit aud tho enjoyment by the individual of bia liMur.il right t tho greateat extent couiMtiMc with tho gtani of society. We demand a reformation in the pun iahmcnt of convict ; that convict labor bo taken out of competition with citi xen lalr ; that convn'ta Ih given intel lectual and moral iuMructiotiK, and that the r.irtiing of the convict alove tho expense of keeping ahall go to In family, and that all hort term convict and cvunty convict shall be rmployed upon tho public rv.d. We favor a law making it a nilwle nieiiiior for any rmlroad cotnny to give free transportation to any atate, county or municipal officer or any auch officer to receive auch trnuaportation. Wo demand tho r'ieal of the law au thorizing condnctoia on railroad to charge mor than the regular ticket fare when tickeUt aro not pnvured by pa aenger. Wo demand that tho atate bo mil Irictetl a to tho judicial and ropreon. ativo district to tho end that the num-bi-r of judicial and rejirttcntative di tricta be niatertally reduced. Wo demand that tho present ayatem of paying our ofticor by fee (hall e Points in Mexico, Texas and princi-1 pal Cities North, East and South east luBk lb fastest Trala ta T.xaa, til evening the PopuliaU at Abilene A US I liail U. having, during that time, taken no ae- I Bronco Bivvprr. auui n . J wvwmi LAREDO, BAN AST0SI0, AISTIN AND ST. LOUS. SAS ANTOMO, AUSTIN, Ft WORTH and KANSAS CITY. GALVKSTON, HOUSTON, PALES- TINE and til. LOUS WITHOUT CHANGE. Call on the nearest Ticket Agent for lull information a to ratea, time of train, etc J. E. GAI.BKAITU, G. F. A P. A. D. J. TRICE, A. G. P. A. T.M.CAMrBEU, (ieneral Manager. tion aa to the proposed fuaion. When the Democrat reassembled in the even ing word wa received from their am baaandor at Abihtie that the Populita hal accepted the ticket recommended by the Democrat for elector. Thi ticket, which wa agreed upon hut Tues day, wa then formally placed in nomi nation. The Democrat then took np the quint um of a ttate ticket, and there be ing practically no opposition, the Popu liat nominee for governor, State Senator J. W. Lcedr, wu nominated by accla mation. The other Populist nominee. Frank Iaaiter, for chief justice; Key. J. D. Dotkin, for eooyrraaman-at-largo. and A. M. Harvey, for lieutenant gov ernor, were cheerfully nominated. I.ut here the Democrata wore again forced to wait upon the convention at Abilene. No further nomination hav ing been reported by the PopuliaU, the convention took a roccaa until today. when tho other Populiat nominee will undoubtedly be IndiYacd. POPULISTS OF GEORGIA. ThT Mm) al AtlaaU la IUI C Trail. Aiunn, Aug. 7. The largest and moat enthusiastic ttate convention the Popnllat of Georgia have ever held aaacmbled yeaterday in the hall of the house of representatives at the rapitoL Thomas E. Watson called the coo von tion to order at II M, 15 minute ahead of time. Mr. Wataon made no speech, but the dropping of hi gavel waa the signal for a wild ontburst of enthusiasm from the delegate). Mr. Watson wa requested to continue in the chair nntil the permanent organisation wa com plotisl. Permanent organisation waa effected by tho aclcetion of Judge James K. lline a chairman and John L. Sibley aa ocretary. W. II. r e' ton ana w. U I'oek were nominated as elector for the ttate-at- largo. District elector were alao named and a new- executive committee rhoaon, Tom Wataon appeared on the stand tt say that ho would be heard from at the ratification meeting and could not apeak at length earlier than then. Tho convention then adjourned nntil today, it lioiug announced that the plat-f(-m committee would not be able to re port before then. There wa no night session, but Mr. Wataon made hi opening campaign speech to a Urge crowd. COMPLETING THE TICKET. Bring ui your I'ro soriptions and they will be carefully nl accurately prepared, and you may l-e t-ure of getting just what the prescription call for. tin M. H. James, The Leamno I)kib.;ist. n AXNOUNCr.3IEST8. Our term for annonoremen' for political offii-c of whatever claai a 1.1 be alwayi cah in advance of publica tion. This rule a 111 be itrlctly kept an J the publication of a candidate' an nouncement may be considered a receipt for payment. The following cit rate will be chargeI for announcing randidate for oBi.-ee. Congressional fUOO District 10 00 Connty ft 00 Precinct SS0 STATE SENATOR. We are anthorired to announce JOHN A. WAYLAND a a candidate for State (senator from the Twehth Sena torial district, rompoaed of the coun ties of Limestone, Krec-tone. Kols-rt- aon and ISratoe, aubject to the action ol lbs IK-mocrstic t on: na'lnf convt nllon We are authoriied to ent ounce R. M. SMITH a randldat f r county attorney of tiraro eouniv ai uie eniuing .oveuioer elex tion. To the Traveling PeWir. On the lAth lay of May, aid thereafter, will .e'.l Aci.le.it T' k eta in a good, reliable Com pan aa follow: $IOOO with Y0O Weekly In lemn iv for Six Month!, for S tQQ Also, Accident Ticket and I'o.uie to cover ail accident a at l-aaorai ic ratea. Reeiwtfully yonr. CHAS. CARP. Repres'tg Fire, Tornado and Accident insurance com pan tea. Texas Bakery. Suppliei for Picnic Paitiea and BAP.iT.CUKS a! way ready. LADIES, aave yonraelve from cooain in Hot YYeatb-r. Otto Bochm?. We a' aulhoiised to snn uoce CATT. J. T CLOSs? II a candidate for the office of Ju ti-e of ihlVa.t of Precinct No. . niax county, leva, at the ensuing jsovein- lier ilrction. We aie authoriied to announce U. A HENRY as an imlei-endrnt candidate for connty coinmiasioner lor precinct No. 5, Itrato coomy, rnhject to the action of the I oU-r In the November election. n n M H H U u 4 if a 14 ? 1 S I a i ,. s. v '. i M ! 4 i is h i n . tin !?r'1 ill cf tI:TV, r.v woik and tuJv, all cu'.mir ia the hiv;h:it ic:?r.sf t f Kaaaaa rsallta tlota aa All BhI al Abll.a. Klghl at?, claim the right of being it own .icceor, and liko them, will claim tho ; alsiished and that all t ur county officer right to a the ofT.se of yov-ruor to and district chrVa lo paid fixed aalnria the next iu lino," ttula the Hiieniot Wot to rx -c-tt t--' arid tint nil fe-i col Texas ahow by their votes that tho of- h-ctod in cxoe of tho saUrioa aluol 1 Co of govrm.-ir In -longs to the pple ptod intr. tbe county r-li!4 fund. AmLKSK, Kan., Aug. The Pxipu list state convention remained in session pract ically all night. Ala late hour the following nomination were completed : The convention nominated Rev. J. D. lVitVin for oongrtvotnuui at large over P.. O. Little by a vote of 430 to !i7. For lieuti nant governor O. M. Diu 1 more of Kiosho, A. M. Harvey of Shaw ere cxmnty ar.d O. Bohrehr cf Rtce I county were rixcrd la commation. Thi Ccntiinied on psj 4. China Painting. MUa Mary E. Csrr, ho ha just com plettd the coatee at Otgood Ait ichool, New Yoik City, I prepieJ to give In- stiurti' nain all the branchel ol high art thiol painting, fit: Royal Worce. ter, Dresden, Delft, etc. The tulio will le fitted up with all conveniences, Including kiln, Claia begin Sept. tit. Exhibit ol Mia Catr'i worK may I aeon at Tsler IUiwell. S pt 1. All lor th; c.x-u i f l:ur..3:il- WnlNirn. t'rnsbv f.n. Y.y. i rvrfccled the rr-fs rl" p: ! i U cin? the K'; that wlie.it a ;;' H Hour if ytvj would have n whiiViiii: hr-i.t. All jcrtKcrs sell it. All vv Isc people buy It. .& T T" T T t T T 1 Sold in Hi van H ft The school board m t yesterday. The fall term onen S'pt. and clcici IVc 22. spring term cpts Jan. 6. TAT1TT D Mil I til AJkll t I s t it it.