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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE.
Vol. Ill No. 78. BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 3, 1898. Price 6 cents. m mm JERSEY! BUTTER 25 cts. per lb. We have made arrangement with MR. ALFRED WILSON to dispose of all the Butter made on his Jersey Farm. HOWELL i in: The GLOBE l Im bvurit a t 1 drink fully served. brawl of . 4WJNES. LIQUORS AND CT.OARS.t FTlif .pularity .f ur la- i lur to our untiring ffortK to I. W. well. Hue e er Ihn v. ami treat all .ke it the ':loht ralooii. TAYI.OK Patrons and Friends Of llrai"" Ma.li-in, iinm lldrertcni ami Hurle.i.fi C. untie. The t ' tMied Capital end eeewti faoasMsIca i -cnted In m- mini 1 1 I to i me tl, i IkS) si'e! end HMU Ol ( mpaiiie I ''!'- 1 I.I 4. M . . - arilli.g w I am . re wish I jvtiti lentlv believe that I can serve m . . Mian an n Sly i.inr oi nia own or Country. I have an efficient osloi force, the allnir of which are under the management f Kit ASK VV MeCONlftOO i lata rapraawl Euiiahbj I. if- -urnnc ' So n ty of S- York; I'a.iti. Mutual Life; Am t'nion Life; Ki'l--lit 3- ami Casualty uf Sew York, fr ekl k t th ..lt .ii.rlie. strut III Brfsn I rtr'lf"ll solicit n-1 will ll'IfM'llli' I KUr t'tlli-.S. fJU. P. Franklin & Son, Butchers and Meat Dealers. tfe Buy Hides, Wool and Pelts. Markets under Academy of Music and next door to John Mike's store. EXPOSITION SALOON "We keep good cheer in bottles here. Good whisky, wine and brandy; They're pure nice, and low in price; You'll find our place is handy." ANDREW SHELBURNE. The. KAflDY mm m m i lffcHEN OYSTER PARLOR Biik Ba Oyster served in any " Mi u t MBtU "... ill iundw, Fruit, Cigars, Etc. 01 make j Specialty of POUOAI I roil TO-DAY: COLDKR, Temperature l'estetday Maximum 70 Min- llllUUl III. BROS. (;i(ik'i:iih SALOON resort of all those who like k illfulty imxt.l and ta. We lnunlle only the . . w COX, Proprietors, $1,000,000,000 35.000.000 vnu lf tt- . ilii'l cheaper ' a BI.L. ft .1 "NAME ON EVERY PIECE." LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. .... I.owncy's Fine Chocolates. Wx-overir lv Itivrrs Into the Wreck 1 Ship. THE KEEL IN TWO PIECES. -..I..... t II. r . ,,( H,. i .......I T...i) m rwi n lu N.iur.i NeJeten i New York March 2 - A dispatch to Th- II. mill fp.m Havana nay a: The Maine lau.k wan broken. Lt t I h iliM overie mud.- l.jr divers not only hi auppurt of the infonnation printed hy 'tin- ll.rul l loneeriiiiiK the iliwluaaic of (ramoant iniiirtaii made hy Kn SSfi I'wellmin. hat .'oiiTinie thnae in i liarfre of the mihinariiie inveti(rati'.n heyonrt all doubt that a mine rent th United Mtate hattlenhlp anumler The keel uf the ahip haa BMSI f'iun.1 in two piacaa, tba neanut pwU of whieh an- now -;.in'..i by a dutnnre of from two and a lialf to three feet. The nerttona ar' no lonirer lyin in one utraiKht line, hot nhow the effef-t of a forre exerted from rt to utarlaanl It la evident from the duw-nvery of the jiren nt rondition of the L. l that the H'tion of the bottom found i'.i f t from it natural pottion wu wrenched from the keel by the flmt eiploaion and driv en upward The keel itwlf wa furred in the middle until it waa broken in two and then eollapurd in two wtion. wlil' h fi ll in the .ii in which the 1 diveni found them. K. ...il . rw.iu familiar 1th the :e ulti of hifrh eiplomveii and with the wreck abiive and under water, nay that the breaking of the keel aa now ill.-clow-d rould not pfMibly liave U-cn done by an inlde exploauai alone In fart, thm lat dtx 'Hi n uf the n. .ii. ii. r in which the M.i. ii- Iwrk wa brok n taken ' toirither with .ar.nr dlarlourea, ha. run v in. thime wnrkiiiK alxnit the wn-rk, that further inventiiration aa to the manner in which the ahlp waa blown np l perfectly uw l.nn. and they i-onaid-t li- .pi. ii..ii x.lv.-d l yond doubt The aNM of iuiuiry will, of rourw. hear evidence of the wrenrhiuK apart i of the ke, Diver and officer in rliarim will testify The feeling anioiiK the Aim-m an naval force in Havana i tliat lieyond the re covery of the deail remaining in the wreck, ail uM-ful work in connection with the Maine wreck ha Icen done I'tt. r liave l . ii wnt fr.iin lieri. to M-nator and n pn wntativn in Wa.li iniitou warning them aga'.n.t totuiR f"r appropriation 'or raiinir the Maine, nayiiiK that the work would not nnly . coat million, but would not add nor thing to the infurmation nmrdiiiK the nature of the etploamn. A photofraph. which la in itaelf en- ' deuce of the nature of the etploalou. ha las-n taken It howa the Main. .). ktanding on the vp-. kage still ala.ve water The fact u that the plate n 1 which the dog atamU rame fnnu the keel of the ahlp. and waa the loweat part of the trctni-uihm ma of material thrown upward and atarlanrl CUBANS VICTORIOUS. Tha; Iftrl.al Ilia .nlali, Killing ttra.t f Tr.M.ftts. New York. March J. Keporta of the pent Inittle at Holguin. proviui-t' of Santiago de CulV have la-eu tvceivwl in New York Inatead of the Isattle ). ing a Spanish victory as p-jairt.l fpim Havana, it was a dlsaatpm defeat, fol IowihI by a p'tp-at on the rt of the Spauish fon-e Thu informa tion comes iiipiugn I utttli Hotm-e, and i a raue fur a gpat amount of re- ;oii ing in Cnlmi cin les, I-. aue the gun and ammunition hippl fpim Iuig laland less than a mouth ago went Ued ill thi' fight Major M. India, who lauded the eija. dition, report the victory without many detail, but fpim other letter winch came out by the name mail, the tory u told. The Spauuh force, w-ep- cuininandeil by tienera) I.inap'a w ho, for some tune, ha Wn at Holguin making pp-ara-tiotu to man-h to the city of Santiago de Ciils llu anny Included cavalry aud artillery. Previou to hi Marling to march lie boaUd that he would make the coast , a dutance of flo mile, in four daya. Hr the road he followed, the di.tance wa 0 mile mop-, owing to the condition of the country. His tmopa were the moat valuable in fho Suih army, many of them having la-en on the itland for three years A week before the ainrtmg the Iing laland cipcdltlon had la-en lauded To pnitect the cipcdltlon, a inap-h under Oeneral tlap-ia had l-n sent to the outhern coast In cae a demonstra tion wa made Colonel Manuel Halri guer. wa left with a vnuguiin! of mm) men to w orry Lilian' if he ahould try to leave Holguin. While the etpilition. one of the larg est ever landed then1, wa Wing ppitect ed fpim attack, the i-iaim.li general fuandied out from Ilolgui'i Ten tuiliw fpim Holguin the pud btOOSMa lullr and the p'k hITopI ip.n . imm antj to any mialern fortification Colonel Kod erignei' men tisik theii .tan.1 m thi n itut l fortification n. r the town of San Francisco Owing to the character of the country lc than NM of the Suih tpaipa could be bpuiglit into ac tion when the CuUin opem-d tlnv The mad, a winding one, wn a p.gu lar death trap LhSafN umhI In artil lery M much a possible, but the Cuban fop of leas than lotm men could not bo UlaliNlged. Failing to make ppigrr, Late- I.iiiar.-a marched a portion of hi mm maud five ihm. in-t n. nmve l.y the ruad which run to Jiguana. ep- ting to follow the railrxi'l 1. luln.g to Sanlu godcCula. Thla command waa inn r c.pted by a portion of the 'u!in and harraaaed ao that it waa unable to reach the i 'autor river For two days it waa held in check nnul (rem nil (iarria and hi. - i.mmand could i. i h the place. Kvrry lay Spauuh dead wen- buried and the wimiiiiW m ut hack to llolguin lieueral tarda' cimiiiand dul not reach it fall atrength until the fifth lay after the fighting la-gan. m thu lay the ainiah column p-treati-d in con fuaion. rarrring the woutwhd to Hol guin and leuv nig 'i dead on the field The ('ulatn. 11. hi tin- ti ;av.' flghtiug waa I,-. than kill'-d. Tlie real Spaniah loa will never tie know n aa the deail and wouii'tfi went taken from the b.-ld at night. It is est'.-man-l that nearly MKi were killi and Wounded. From wont n-crived from Holgainltwailearn.il that there wem M-veral companie almoat annihiiateti by the Cuhaiia i th r lett. r- from tie "u ..in mnv p port it in g)al condition, and one fpm at -President (' i. nep. .Tan-i th.it the whole eastern iK.riioii of the island is safe in the control of the Cuban civil .1 governineut i Ii. I i.p-.i.i. nt av. lie i to la- appoint, d ilmaat. r genera! and tell of the plan for the atal aerv ice as though there w. p- no war on the island. General Ktirique Collazo luia t. n raised to the rank of general with com man. I at Tuna Dr J'avpim Castillo of the junta, for his work in landing arm. on the Cuban rat, ha la-en appointed to the rank of brigadier general. Tlie Cntaua in tba field, ac-..pliiig to tie-letters, ap- pray lug for the I'nitcl Stati-s to tne a blow in order that they may attack Ha vana fp.ni land SPANISH WAY OUT. Kaitarta . f i..l..u I.. .. in. Via the Malur Wa Wrrrkrd. Mndrid, Map Ii .' 1 In Com-iaiiden-cia soya; ' Muppoing the American . omm;iou cn.i.ler the Maine dlater criminal. w- .l.a.i knv- toh.-ar th-opinion of the Spani.h i omini.ioii In case of a faihiP- tosifp. it will l n --. in to nominate a iiiixmI commiaaion "W Pinain firm in the belief mat the Yankee commiaaion will not find the ! etploalou due to ext. rlor cauaea. and in case of a doubtful v. plict We fi-el ure I Pn-iilent McKmley would not wage war again.' Spam in tin- fai-c of a Ka pipean venli'-t to the contrary, and that ' of the sensible portion of tin- American people FOOD FOR THE STARVING. The ...,rriimnl Will Saii.l l'ri. Ul.tn 1. ( ill I ... Ilia 111 Ing. Wa-hington, Map Ii .' S-en'tary I I.ng has decid.l to wnd a naval vesael i to Culai at i .tier with -HI ar .') ton of J provuiona for the n-lief of the uffentig j rM'onii lltrad.a-a 1 he vems'l w nl go to ' MaUuu and Magna la tirande Itianaid aneincrgciicy exi.t that make it nen-a. i ary to diapatch ppivii.iii at una., in or der to aaci-or th. tarv inir SulaHuently it waa decided to ami I two vreaael with n-lief upplic The 1 Montgomery w ill take anpplie to Ma tanji mid the Na-nviile will take .sup. pile to Sagua la rniide The x-awls will not atop in (MM waters, but will ; return itnmi diati ly after delivering their supplies, which wen- furni.hcd by the New York Cuban relief com I mittee. NO NEWS FROM HAVANA. Itm. Isla .1 Washington llaaarv.d anil Availing Ilia I awfAj i,,,,g,i. Washington. Man-h '.' Tension over the Maine nffair was noticeably n-lievod in all official iuarter tislay, partly ls auc of the uhscii'v of dlapatches to the state ami navy department la-aring on the ubje-t and iiIm. la-ause of th,-coiiiM-rvntiam in.pipit by Secn-tary lmg's utterance ycstcnlny that tb ele ments of Spanish particiition in the dia.ter were eliiuati!, in Ins judgment. , Although the nary department had no report fnni Havana or Key West, a dispatch announcing tin- departure, of the cruiser Bnklyn from Santa Lucia for l.a iuuyara hud witnc significance infurtli-r n-moving one of th. larger vessel of the navy fpim what thu far ha lat'ti the common n nter of naval activity at Key West. The Unmklyn will make a short atap at La tioayara and then will pnatvd further south want. Moth the state dcpartni. nt and the ile ptirtment of justice have ni iveil con siderable detail, d infonnation p lalivo to alleged fllllinaterer Dauntless. Thi. a. i.p;nu. I by the suggestion that v.-.-el might la liladcd under navigation law. foi .tin. ciling In-r name and und. r iieutralitv law for carrying war ma terial totkiUin Intimation is convey. -d to the deKirtnient of JulM that it would la' a wiw pns-aution to place a deputy United Stan niiir.hnl or deputy collector of customs on Uiunl the ship. VIZCAYA AT HAVANA. Ihr I r.ilarr Waa Olian an I nlli.iiU.llo 'o l' " ' ""I- Wrl Havana March '.'. The Stntiish cniis- er Viwayn arrived off Mopi castle at f o'clis-k yestcplay evening after a gil voyage fpim New York. She ?JM met by wore of steain liiuuchui and gaily dccorateil yacht with lnds, ami 11 she sti-amiil to her tuiairings cnthii.iiistic vvelcomea wep' shouted from ull the Minn, wln. h w.p- lined with thousand of pHiple. The atn'ta and plazas were gay with bunting, rocketi were di-cliargi-.! iuid there vv a continuous cheer tug from all the boat. The Aluiinuite Lpu udo 1. cx,rie.l from the Canari- at an early Amy and he also will I- given a piapalar web ' HIe Tba Hpani.b diver to w horn Captain Hlgahee lia fiim.-i.-i plat. of the. Maine ta-gan t.'n-ir work thu morning. H iii. Havana. March I -Tbia city ta qniet, bat pub;;, and pnvale greetings to the Spaniah cruii- r Vtxraya, whith arnvid hep- Tu.-lay night, have not 1mmm4 In fervor. The diver are working bard on the wp.-k of the Maine. It u fean-d many of the dead were blown to pieces, which would account for the failare to find their Ualle where eipe. td MM Mill at Wry Meat. Kiy West, March 1 -The United State naval court of inquiry Into tba - f fie ' i" .hip Mam. p .limed ita M-nalon hep- this morning Ten more nliRtcd men were examined by tba foil !ard, and Commander Foraythe, tba firt of the vt itneasea not on the list of the rp-w of the Maine, was called. It U underatiaid that be gave testimony re garding the ciwling of tin- battleship at the tuvvyapl here The t..r:-.li.iit Knccson left here morning witn mail matter lor tne aa . - a t a, '" iortWa. It- !-. In Vls.tr.. I of lha IH. Mailnd. March .' The SpanUh gov ernment on Monday received a report from tin- Spanish authorities at Havana saving the eiplmion which wn-cki-d the Maine waa due to internal causes, add ing that it waa believed the Unind ; rti will admit tins without reservation of any kind." Ark.ii.aa Woonahln.ra (autar.4. Little Kiak. March ..-Tbe collector of internal n-venne waa informed by telephone fnim Kussellville of one of i the largest and mot lmpirtatit raid v. r mad.- u.,n Arkansas in'sinahinera. Karly la-t we-k Hauling Deputy J. T. Burma, Ist-puty Marshal John McClure ; and J T Hlnchei- left for the northern jairt of poja. ..runty and the aonthern ert of New ton, wh.-p- several Illicit : stills have la n locat.-d ou the divide of the I ...-. -i. - moautaitia. not far from the see tie of the attack which last sumnier ' - ln - of 1 ; if. M ir-'iiil. leal. son aud Taylor. The raid waa suooasa ful and II men .anture.1 and T at 111 de stroyed, ttajp-thir with () gallon of Is : Ion gal in of 1 .w w in- and .' bar n-l of whiaky The only prisoner! whose name ap- known here are Jeff Davis, Ada rt Davu. John B .yd, S M Ballanl and ieorffe Udder Klllr.l l.y Ilia MJM roinpaalna. Selrrut. Ala , March 1 Another innr d. i ha I. n . ommltted m Isila. i-oun-ty An.U-rs.in Shelton found his wife at a candy breaking with Henry Mo nier. a cousin. Shelton had forbidden hi. wife going with Mnnier. and he be- came ao enraged on finding them to gether that he went to hi home, pnw cun-d hi .hotgun and n-turned to tbe scene of gayety. and prepared himself for action Mmner at once drew hi p-volv. r and fin-d n Shelton. tbe tall taking effect juit below the heart Sheb ton then fin-d the content of hu gun into the right shoulder of Mooter B .th men fell to the lia.r. Shelton ileal and Mouter seriously, if not mortally hurt. Mr Vlrlro UolU IMmu, .rl.S. Santa Fe. Man-h '.' -Three innairtant gold diKiivene are n-pirtetl fnim uth Santa Fe county i Mi the pLain - .nth east of (ioelen. M xican miner liave opened a lo fiait lMge of ore. running fo to the ton gold, and W p-r cent cop- ' jst Some to claim have lvn .-and by miners fp.m S.m Padpi. liolden aud Cernllo In the Bui ton mine at Do-lop-s. K M For" struck a .'i-fiit vein yielding 1 .j per cent gold and 'It per cent copper, und on Cunningham moun tain. Ill til" aame district, f.ast of gold- I la-anug park ha been opened In prop- I . rty owned by Postmaster Elkina of Columbia. Mo. rH Sl the Trlstrr Wllh s Strl.s. Hinuiugliam. Ala , March i. (leorge Dryndale. a Scotch miiiir, ag-d HI rears, I killed himself at Wylnian. Ala , a few 1 OH fpim hen by haning htniaclf with n ahotgun Drrsdale had leu In 1 a melancholy una! for Rome time. He went to hi mom, wpte a note, placed lit shotgun M-curely on the headhoapl, tied string to the trigger and got in di p t line with the barrel of the gun. He pulled l. .in string, but only one shot cxplialcd 'I he load entered Dry dale' heart, killing him Instantly. llralli from K.ipoaare, Atrhia.ui. Kan . March J Mr. Win 7.1 Kellar, aged ill years, wi(a'f 11 pMm 111. tit Atchison county fanner, was found d. 1 1 1 U sui. .1 pind nt ar her home Her clothing wn wet and muddy, and it 1 Srapnoaad that he died fnim expostiP', after having made an unsuccessful at tempt to drown herwlf in a fl.hpmd on the Kdliir farm Thr ljs.tr.. la llr l.l.rllr.. HilUls.p.. Tex , March J - The llills laipi uegpa-a will meet tomorrow night to di.ciiss law and iph r and to form an ori,':i 111 a turn to. xpd the lawless negnam fpim among them The orgainjitioii :? to lie particularly aimed at the crap alllMltlllg ami gUllllllg element of the tie- ftoes. Trvss ... . .. . ... l.aagu. Dallas, March An ofth nil tall ba la . n lasued for a meeting of the execu tive committee of tue state Republican league at Hon. ton March IT to select di 1. gate, to the National Republican lraguc convention July 111, 14 and 15 at Omiilia, Neb , and for such other but tie a mav arise l.)l.rllln( In VIhIbIIiI. Memphis. March '.' - Krcd Miaip.. the inurderer of Tom Anderson, wa taken from the county jutl at Senatobin, Ml , at 3 : !H) o'clock thi moruiug and shot todnsth bv tl lluill of .,0 tier .011. Tlt. y( blug iu.hI little excitemerl HULLY GEE As the Yellow Kid would say wasn't thut a big crowd at the Original Cutter's store Sat unlay. The grocery buyers know a good thing when they see it and took advantage of the Cut and Slash. Weill am going tV keep it up. So A N X I' N c KM F.STfrr to say. Yours Truly, John B. Mike, 1 The Provider and TELEPHONE GOOD I Matt a CJ Rrasai for ErerjtllM job ...it... If you "drop in to take a drink" be ear you have a good reason for doing eo You feel ba i. that's a good reason. Yon teel good ; that'i a good reason. Yon feel kind of "80 80;" that'i a aplendid reason The good Wbiskey sold by DUNN A DALY la In ItaHf a Good ltiMi.ni! for taking a Drink. Remember 'this Good Advice. Your REASONABLE Friends. DUNN & DALY j Young Han, Young Lady Do you wish to 1 Get a Wheel ? Here is a Chance to Get one. Without Cash Outlay. We have made arrangements to give away tbe famous ALAMO DICYCLKM as premiums lor new subscribers to Tbe Dally Kagle. ' i2Ppeeneaaeaase.sPatsa aea-- JRPJ.r-BSl lrSSetleVflBevB.jaM ' Here is the Way Get TEN new Cash yearly Subscribers to THE DAILY EAGLE. none of whom are on our Hat at this date, Feb. IS, I8t, at onr lew. est cash yearly pi.ee, S8.00 per year, and we will deliver to you, free of all coat or charges, a man's or lady's Alamo Bicycle. V ran lurnih them either with or without our ipecial brand, "Tbe litysn Kagle lioadeter." With each wheel goes an oil can, bicycle wrenrb, saddle bag and sir pump It it fitted with Morgan k Wngbl tires. Till: II V ALAMO.-A little boy or little girl who wanta a wheel, may get a juvenile Alamo, the aame ijuality, with the same fixtures, for eight new caeh yearly - - hers NOTICE. Two six-month lubscribers at S3 50 each, or four tbtee-month snhscrilrs at 1 V each, will count as one yearly subscriber in the above proposition. Hut parties mint not he present aubacribeta to the Daily Kagle. TI 1 K A I .A M 1 HICYCLK. mm Before tusking the contract with the Chicago bouse which furnishes these bicycles, we had submitted to us the following testimonials . From the Chicago Dispatch. Chicago, III., Jan 1st. IM -To Whom it May Concern: The Alamo Bi ycle House of his city are making a specialty of w heels (or m w-paper premiums. They have a wheel Man hasglvt en general -ati-faclion during tbs past year, at a price that enablec publishers to offer tin m as ate nus for new snb riptions. Thi seems to I a popular thing and is increasing each year. Their gen eral manager is well and favorably known to us. and any contracts or statements he may make may be relied upon. Yours Very Truly, The Chicago Dispatch. 'Orlflaal n , 00 lis,) NOT A CONTI'.iT-Thlslsnotaconteetforaslngle prise, In which only one can win. We can furnish as many as may be earned, (io lo wotk. If yon ahould stop before getting enough to earn a win . 1. we will pay a IHasral commission on those procured, so you cannot lcae. We will help you by furnishing all tba free temple copies you want or need, and supplying information- Yours for Business, WATCH FOR THE -V'EE AT Orlginni NO 40 Cutter. GOOD DRINKS. to Do it: From a Texas Editor. The Alamo Bicycle sold by your firm is everything it is represent ed to be, snd is ss good if not tot ter than msny (old at 80. We are well pleased with it, and so are the readers of the Texas Mining snd Trails Journal, a weekly pa per published by us, hsvi'ng a large circulation in thii and ad. joining states We give the Ala mo Bicvi las free to snv naram bringing u AO paid subset iptions t fl.nO escb. line yuung lady brought us 50 in two days, anoth er in a weak, etc . and eo we con sider this the best circulation pro ducer we have ever had. We are, yours very respectfullv, Th Tliu VIiiIds snd Trd Josrtial J:"'" R Basnet, lOrtslnal espr a Sis ) THE DAILY EAGLE ...yMft ,gae.T.T.TM