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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE.
Vol. Ill No. 162. BRYAN, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1898. Price 5 cents. STHE WEATHER.S rollCUT rot TO-DAT la r Trtnn ratnre yc.terday Mel. 82; Mia. TH BREADS We hove mode arrangements uuith anothet Boker in Houston and will keep FRESH BREAD all the time. College Creamery BUTTER. Our Suf.pl mill be equal to the demand beginning June 4th. Howell Brrs. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE I FINE MILLINERY. MISS St. LEON'S entire Stock oi l ine Millinery must be dQMd nt at once in compliance with legal requirements in such cases. ...crvthing must jjo. All loodj M s WD UP-TO-DATE and will be sold at a great Sacrifice. The stock includes everything in the Millinery Line. MISS St. LEON has been employed as Trimmer. J. S. MOORING Jr. Trustee. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS I nraa. r t'r.r. -I. til. alu.w Slte.l lalerual i.mi il I in V.ll'.tlL'toll Juil" 7 -III growing ladlef that Sm in I initiate a peace aTstrrecMat, lent bear in.; ., p. j i la-ing lisikeil into 1 ie v i ititrrestlng I itn. . la ih following war in aMok State ha eumirel 1'. ii. U Itaea, .f tlx. g ' tiatiotii ap , , , I in if. n it ',. I lie t'lllti.l .-.ire Ii- ' nation, clositik' th" came aUmt in a nMi.iitiotiarv .ir rolllUUtIC 111:11111 " Kiankliu and Jay m n IrriBg I ' t tlH time, havitik' -i:. 'I'.leil in i lag the active aaaiettura ot Kr.m a Among Krankliu'. BMsfbhon i- llarUin Brut w, with whom the I aaawaan-ai'ieiiiisi nm-ii a faat fri nd. ship. llaiUim Hi .tt n -i n- wet at Nice, wlu'i' .lie tin t a. r ii K i; . - i noblemen, among vkM Lop I Uaol. mondelev. 1'ia latter learning l: wa a friend oi f ..nVlin .. i fm t note of iiitri.luctloatl him, BSytag ka would call an 1 drink tea illi Paaaey. The 1. tt -r a- kTiv.-:i .ni l Franklin ami Lord 'lioliuoinii . v wt lirought tngelner Hi lord. Inn .tntcl that lie .i. in ri- timate friend of Lord llwlban, a bo I Joel becorne the ruling Igaia of tlm Hrtttah minir . and it wai m that Franklin write a letter to Lorvj rthelburn whu h Lord 'li"l ii m l' . an dcfftOok to deliver III 'rHI A' I in. i the Mggettioti, Franklin wpiti. a brief letter eiP'uik' tli" ih tint i ' eral oeai-e might t. btaaghl tboak, bal he wa cap'f'i t leoM 'i i in.- civ aniiety or oai I " ami medial. 1 1. ! m of hi groiiMii. a polttloal rondlttoaa la ittt Uaitat Vtatea were ma i dUtai - I The letter via. very marl etloome t.i imi gaalbara u H an t I jaai ant r i serious uphni. a. ri f lii.'i . WU i- ment. The arlaiatry of Ltavd Rorta, whtob bail coii'iui't' .i tne wafi but f aaajaal a ,,r ' . i nr . ..n l It gare pUvvtcaiioui.tr tarorabt to I own it km of Allien in independai jjord gaalbura had :i"i " I ; ka la I ate the ni'iM iui'IH. I n' 1' ' I paveil the 4v. ati'i M a raaalt ' aagotlatlou wen opaaad between Fraklm and Lnpl Hhelborn, leading M the recognition of Aun r an imle nd- enceail'itl Oliclnsion of ie;ui' with fhe American inlimi The pii'e negotiation, after the war of 181f wep- niorv formal in . liaracter. soon after tb war lgan IVildent v i llHin t'e.k th- Mi at .', p towaa r taring ao ami In a meaage to con exe.,ii N'.it 4, IH1S, iM said: "Aiiilmi. to ibrnigi. tne ml. fpnn Uah a .tat. of M.ir cannot Bl nipt, I o t n time after it had t.-eti di.'.apil in '-..iim ring to tli.- llriti.h gn. iiiinci.t ti. - i hi: ii it. ppigre. mig:it ! arP"t".l " The term, ppitatoed by Ma'liMtn vn re ! a 11........ - a iii.ii "ir.ii tunam . .t .ii' in- "PUT. ill hi tin. on ... k idea and mi the uutiP . ment of American smmen The more. BMMTt SM H naught The emparor uf R i '" tie ii"it tep to ptop' i He tlr-t mane a pPiaantioii to j lyuitu'i Adam., our minister to Si i gflg, .iigkiting lliat he would Mt M mediator. The prnai.ltlou was In in i1" to the .tale department at i WaaMagBBB through the Knattan mm ' i-i. r Bate It was accepted by the Tinted State., and Messrs Bayard, del- laataaad Adams tatarvad intructiou. on April Ie. I I H . to ppreed to St Petersburg Their instruct imi. begat. V"in lit-1 duty w ul la-to conclude a l-ucc with tin at llntaiu " The tenu. an p- the BHBe as Madiaon had ll) ., bal thi'M' were not hi Ibrpeaslbie twattltlnaj ,i lint iii dijii d the overt up , I. Hid 1. "pi Ca.tlerelgh wrote to Kilt: lit .uggv-ttlig dlP'i t Aooordiagty Henry Clay ' ' J i . tit in Ra van addai to the t . i i.inii..i 'ti. p.'.'ivmg new in .! taaarj H tMI4 Hntt.h "i. - . . ii' ap. i.uted, and the ' i ' at Gg ut. Augu.t 1 Btad :'nr .iint.; tlie i I IM IMP" Atllollg the Brill.il i- a- '.i.i' !; iting to tne uialnten i: .'a warship on the great lake-. which gii -cu e l. came an establiibnl r . i . ! f MM mats' ua Uuailr igtatd toOt e aihar w, IM4 i ' ing the Maajaaa war, while lagi lilitie wet atill ia pMgP'.-, the afelal k. d ti.. .tali '.eiuirtnieut, Nicholas P Crist, w lit to Mi Xico to open tie- got latioat tnt pence . w as in.trurti.l tod manti th C --ion of New Metlco and California I hes' terms wep- p.. kg Mi x co Tin P ii)ii the United Mtnte recalled Tritt. This ran- 'i mui'ii agnation La Mexico for it wa- fearsT' United States wonld adopt v. ry Bggn -ive -tew. Trisl had ii. j at tut mi tin ret all. but had P'tuaui nl in Mexico lb suc-ceded, aa a reult m iOTcaaiign.1 i . ling, in making tnaiy oi P' a. . know n a- tne ipmit i.r Oaaaaloaaa, Hidalgo, on Kebruarv j, IIM Tin- iiteredent of Franklin's informal pen 'vei l ugge.t that If Spaiu I. una In si cure the mediation of the KiinMtu power-sin- might enlist the i tee of some friend who, iq an lndi v n il . if a ,n " '1 take the initiative Bl Franklin did. The Forts at the F.iitranrc ot Sauliaco llaj KiiiihiiI hy the Anirrirtiii Fieri. TWO SPANISH SHIPS DAMAGED. tae l ItfiMtrtnl to Have M Mink and the Other Itaillv hitiiaod bv American .Nh-IU. SPANIARDS LEAVE THE FORTS IN A HURRY. The No mint killed i I nklK'KII. lint Ike Spaaiard. (.lie a Partial LM of the tlfHeer. Kill. .1 In the tlnvaf ement. FIVE HUNDRED MARINES LAND NEAR SANTIAGO. apanl.h Truant Altai k Tlirm, liul Ar lUeulMil lii.urg.Mli Altai k Hi. Hf ud la a r.at H) u( th. I.ariuoo. Cown.hieit.beitrta.A MMfft Cape Hartien. Ju,,.- 7 -Fighting 1. fore ami in. ,. ,,,, ... -., ,,..,,,. i.e. a tinueil th- irreater lart of vcstcplav morning from .; 4.. until II .... Ten Anier..-.,, warah.,- MkkMl ateailr amli .irefu.lr 'tir ti .l fin' agamat . , hi Morni raatte and the lattertea of rutita tforrio. Soeapa ami ininn-aiee, in ami it ion to inininriiiiif tne .itii-h fleet III the liari-T Th 'P'etag. of effer-tive projectiles was Terr large It i ar. fpim the l. t information obtainable at this place from tlie cable station connecting with Santiago that immense damage wa inMii'tetl on tin, enemy The Stsnnard. admit tin i-itn-bapliuent fpnn the Atnencal fleet waa most destructive Al.itit ! pro-cttles are .ail to have laa-n tireil by the Ainerii-aii war ships and the re.niti.ivi lip- from the Spanish was scarcely felt at all by the Ameri.an The fort inVat urns m ar tin. entrain f the hart sir are iktaaMhad a being mbileii with hot. and acatteml by the eiplisnon of immetiae .In il. rtrval by the American battleahip. The Spatu.h latterte., it i. uudefataaii have lsen virtually silenred, and Kl Mm-rn and tli. f"fi'. t'. of Futila i.opla are resKlM to baoa . demoliahad bj the three hour.' uuint- rmptril lummer. i uk of the American (! t The American atta i m-it, it i. -aid, was especially dirvcte. ugain-t Agna lores, a small coast town, a little to the east of fh. ,'Olmiii r -. ,!' 1.. i .1 . The idea of the Ann man ailtniral.il . ap-ars, was to laud siege gun- after tv ducing the fiirtilicationsof the place and then make a close assault uam Santiago, which in view of the pnnent condition of it fortifications, may la' c.protcd to vur very sisiti after the la ginning of such attack Heavy cannonading opened against Aguadores ataiut midday jrwBM day The latest advices received hep' frorn Sani.h ource do not indicate the du ration of the ftp' or whether Ann n an troops ami .lege gun. were actually landed at Aguadop . but from informa tion obtainable, it cannm l. doobtoi that the n-sult of Mm '..-wa. eitretnvly iiisiutrmi. to sinisli def. n-e.. It ia also undcrsto.it here that Cuban troop ntaintained tliMughout thegpat er art of yesterday au attack by land on Santiago, and Spanish reports .iy the garriaon lost heavily in the kille.1 and wounded. The military commander of Santiago acknowledges the follow ing casualties among the laud force. Col. Onlonei, Captain Sanches, l.ieutetiaut Yiriaar. of artillery, and l'.rw and ttan-ia, IsiihSjanishotVicera, whiawrank t not mentioned. These otilii r er. n '"i Mate, llr-d al.itit l.stm ppijec. kille.1 The Spaniapl. also admit the kinds. Thi are, the San I loe of Si infantrv aoldiers, -i v r. iv ' sny. waa antweted by Morro castle wounded, and say one cavalry .,,io r ( and the Willi ru s ..f S.apa and lunta i was killed. But it is WU, .-,t t. l,fc.,.. ' i At " n another Nimliaplmeut of the Spanish ap- much mop. hen n r. ' x" s.'atnt Agumlores, east of San lathe naval for. e the Spanianl ny " ""' n- hwting one hour. Both an officer, who was second in command, attacks, the Si-iiiianl. assert, wep. tv- wa. killed, the partly dismantling of the Spanish cruiser Heiua Mercedes and five sailors and an eii-ign wep- killod. The Spanish sailors wen- wotinded. it is asset ted. to the uumls'r of -iv men Isat of American, at Santiago, tlie p. sirt say., is not known. Spunish acknowledge a gp..u deal .,f damage was inflicted on the Stu-li rcsirtthc American Hp did not di eruiMT Heiua Meti'ede-, and tln v -av ni"iiiit mie fn-ce m artijlery and say Morro castle show-gi.al gaping bp ael.. M m n wall Isiter tu the day it apja-ars the Amer- lean tpsrps effectiMl a latulmg near Dai- quiti, some di-tann- fpnn Aguadop . and near a railpnd station connecting with Santiago Liter an engagement took place 1s t w.i' u the American force aud a .ama.it Swni.h troo)M which had boi'U eut against the lauding tiartv. Th. account of th. AJ. obtainable hep-, l nig from Sjatiisa source do not set fiirt h the p-sult ami therefore HUM Is- mfrrrcit that the American were vie furious ami that U the belief which pre vail here. Then- u a rrjmrt current at ("ape Har den that the tirt t&m anuop-d Spanish Tin- r Maria Teresa wu .unk by the tin- of the American hip. il ;- - ml Vi tin : in t-..,; wi r landed at Daiquiri or ponub.y Aguador . the two plan, U-iug seemingly oon-fu-'d in the report receivi-d here. It eem to lie admitted that the flro of the American soldier. wa o effective that t ! SniarU w. re compelled t,, rl.-e from the fornication that were being r.i. .1 ALL THE BATTERIES GROUND TO PIECES. S"l On. It. main, to I Hi llanaa. ta On. r Ii aa a,,, Marin. Julo Incur -ml. aa.l I .i. l II. a. , li.ni. New York, June 7. A .pecul from Cape Ifaytlen describing th.- t.iuitiord tin lit ' Suit. ago . .f. fi.iv -ay. The fort, about the harl-or are now a .-- of mm. MotT'p .. a M.aj. . -a pile of ruiii-il masonry, and the di iiiautliil guu ami the real of the bat teries are entirely ruined. Tin reault, tlif ilupatch say, wa the work of 10 American ironclad, which passed back ami forth from Kurt t'ahera on the wet to Port Aguadore on the east tiarbor of th'' entrance, di-rhargiug their boavy gun aa they steaim d along, so ttiat n my rt of tin -' a 'I ill" deadly i aiiuonading At I'nrt Aguadop'.. the forta recently j ronatrnrted by Colonel On!, ilea, tlie fa- I '",MU mU"ry wen? Uawn ,0 ;U1'1 '"l""el Ontenez. himself, ba.1- lv '? "v-"- '"teraof th. ' ' ' ' '' ' Siii'-::. and Lieut, I nxar. artUkrr offlcera, were al v,.uu,,.; MUMn Iq and ,, r, , an,, u . . . . , . ip : it.-l fatally wounileil. t. .w j .i .i iJiti r in the ilar the Amenean .hipa I i .v. .... ui . : ." r to the mmith of the bar- bur w i.i t tl.. old cruiser H- itia Mer i".' - ni l i-.-u 'ii-. "' p 1 attempting to pl.i" ixp.o-ive. alsiut the hull of the M. rrimar to blow ber toHeces and clear the channel A 11-inch -hell from tint Oregon landed squarely abaft ber pilot h. u-e and ton- u,l of h-r upja-rworks mm shnii. Her second . ouiimalon' and hve other soldicra and marine. wep iilli.i Thai mi lieutenant of the Itcitia Merce .. ,.. ;. r, .. tothi Im ad and deep liar la r mi which riously injupii 'be city face u by a narrow channel all an 1 .hot fell bout n" l"Og and each side guarded upon ami Btaaad the old rux r, and T bill stamhng almost perpendicular he waa mi badly uamageil that In r 'T 10 height of IM) feet. Atone point, crew, by order .1 Admiral Cervera, I he neck of thi approach u las than abaudoaed her and -ought the short' for feet wide, and only 8', fathom safety. deep, so that to enter, ship must go in About noon, acconung to the Cape cmr til- n dispatch, a landing party f n the hill guarding the eastern ide Amernaii manti. - .: I).uiuin wa of the harbor u Mnmi castle with Ave 1 by Mamh mfantry and a j P"uuders, Ave I H-pounder and two modern rapidflre gun On the western The itisurg. ie w.r. :i me bill top are two battene with mcsiern naighborhis.l ami with the aid of the sTon. At the taae of Siorro Castle are nkj,nii' - -itinn holding it and rrml Pb loaded with thrapne'. to iaBt-i : winch they WW'P 'be face of the water, and opposite Oprratui Hie Mtii-:i fortv was de- , . .... feat ed w itn heavy Im. and driven buck tow apl Santiago, leaving the wouudeil behind. The Americans are now entrenched lie.ir 11.', . n and ar Unditii In ivy gun pr siratory to moving tln ui Ue wua 5am ago and laying a stage to tliat city Thi m i. a panic in Santiago. Resi dent, w ho can leave -ire fleeing to the country joining the insurgent, or do- laf taythitig toget awar from certain hmt 1 now aw ait. Cervera . eat ami the force, of land., and Liu- THE BOMBARDMENT AS REPORTED FROM HAVANA. N.'ur nt tti. i. in . Bawaaassaaj Wrn Men Killed an. I Thirl.. ,,ur U nsn l.il h Ih. Amerlraa. tVtwrlfht.-l. I"i I i tie A.s- at.l Havana. June tV.-ktil. pcivi.l 1"'r'' 'he lomlardment yeetenlay inmning .''!, f, rt-at Santiago by the Atneriean Ihset say the warship of the pul-'d Morpi ensile, it i. adtuitteil, has la-en damaged, as was "exterior headiuar ters built during tune of sace at Cayo Smith" and tl.e Spanish cruiser Heiua Mer" it is admitted has been "slight ly dainagi-d." The Siaui-)i commander at Santiago v111" American vessels "disappcansil frrnn sight l. fop. dark." Te N"'"'.1 rmy losses, aiwnling u' ri'l"'rls r. one ...i., i kill' .l and mie chief, four ofBoati and tt sol- 'Iters wounded. Ssiuih naval liswea lv nairtial to ! one chief aud five 'la""-ki.n-d and one ofllrer and 1'laall- sr wounded I'nnliv Sputu.h version of I lie. affair a s ; TIk' "Aiuericau loa. 1 auppoard to be eonaidrrabie." Captaiu (reneral Blimu haa rongratw lalel treueral Linarea, thehpaniah mili tary i oniinander at .Santiago and tboaa who look part in the Ugat, aaying ha will call attention of the Spaniah gor emmeuttntba "beroiatn eshibited br all the tipauiah furcea in lurh an an uai combat," MARINES ONLY LANDED NEAR SANTIAGO. AuihorltlM at Ua.hiu(tua Tk.ea MM Ma il..,,. bat Will oka Faw Dart. Washington, June 7. The cabinet meeting today wi not particularly an important one. Aa uaoal, the whole Held of military and naval operatuma waa gone over, but nothing waa done looking to any change in the policy or plana. It la aluioat certain that no reg ular troopa hare been dispatched to Sea. tiago. but it 1 the intention to begin a heary movement at once It haa been the intention of the military authon tiea to have .tarted the flxat eipedition a day or two ago. but the nonarriv the equipment of the large siege irnna, which It U propoaad to uae in the redac tion of Santiago and capture Admiral Cervera'i fleet, neceaaiteted a abort poet ponetnent. Traniporta are in perfect readme for the troop and nothing now remain that should occupy more than a day or two. The army of oocn nation will then be hurried forward and nothing will be permiNed to interfere with a prompt investment of .Santiago and the capture or destruction of the im pnsoned fleet In commenting upnu report of a mil itary engagement near Santiago, tt waa said after the cabinet meeting, that if there had been any collision it had pmb- ' ably occurred between Spaniard and a force of marine., who may have been attempting to land arm for the nee of the insurgent. THE HOLE OF DEATH THAT HOBSON FACED. ii. ajaaa mi- ... Baaags u.l shut. an4 T . . r .. . I .... li.,..i,. tk. Harliur BVta Wklrh Hs I; ,.i . t'lspyrlgklrsl l"as (,T th. Ak-J Praaa With Fleet, t)g Santiago de t ul. June .1, via Kingston, Jamaica, June 7, To appreciate the great danger of the Merrimac espedition, the character of ' t .'. haii-.r o' .Nmtiagii le I'ulaa mu.l be known The eutrance 1. a similar lattery, (knng around tne tir-t curve of the narrow entrau e, Caro Smith, au island, 1 found facing down the harbor with a lattery of modern gun In the narrow neck of the passage are three row of mine, each row i0 faat (part, and the mine. 16 in a row. each :tn feet apart The K. ma Mercede lie in the scad ow of (ayo Smith, partly di-mant! j having her four torpedo tubes luaded nd facing down the channel. About h w.y np he chauu.l on th. western ,U the MU XXUr1 small, smoothbore gun; and thi waa the menacing hole of death Into which Lieutenant Hot-son and hi men ventur ed with the Merrimac. Tran.pnrls About 11. ail, in Sail. Chicago, June T A Tampa dispatch from a staff correspondent to the (Tu. cago Daily New say the work of had ing troop, hone, gum, ammunition, stons, equipment and mednal supplies for the first great invaalon of the Span ish West Indie U almost completed, and (adore many more hour (reneral Slhafta..'. 1'iina I ha Villi, aaaaaal . lUw,y ,,e.tiiiattou l. known to , (w al),i m,. ,K T.- lBJ, tin tie. t . transports with its convoy of war vessel is well on it way to Cuba Vlulal.il taiaraailuBsl Law. Madrid. June T The Duke of Almo di sar de Km. mitusterof foreign affairs, ha. inalleit all aiubaasador of Spain a note and memorandum declaring the United States violated international law by capturing Spanish vessels before the declaration of war, by lauubapling airt without notice aud by using Spanish flags at (iuantanamo t ..u.m.n.l.r lur. i, lsa.,1. Key West. June T -The Unitetl State collier l'ouipey arrived here early thi morning with l.ieutentant Commander K. W. Stunty, dead, aboard. Com mander Sturdy wa taken sick off (ape Henry aud died soon after. The -.nl. in la ul Bhsw. Cleburne, Tel., June 7. - A large crowd wa present in th- district court room hepi to hear the death sentence nised mi Stoke Shaw, who wa con victed of the mupler of Tom Crane, the case having heu attlruieil by the higher courts aud a motion for a p-lira. ring re f n -ed August & is the day tet for bis ciecutiou. Can't do With out them. It'i Simply Foolishness to eeeeeeeeeeeeee mi aa you are compelled to have them, why not Bt'V THK BKST ami ilo ymir trading with an up-to-late Grocer. Prices dfe Ridbt Notwithstandinthe Tislt-plioii.. your Wilul. YourH Truly, JOHN B. MIKE Look over this Line of- j FINE IMPORTS and sec if there is anything you want. Creme de Henthe Creme de Cocoa M Falcon Brand Holland Gin. : Veno Vermouth laraschino : Pale Orange Bitters. I ALL THK M4PUW BRANDS tK l.Ufl -lts. ERPUMBS Krom Riegers Celebrated California Perfumes. 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