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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE.
S ri; FRII J Y MORNING. JUNE 10, 1898. Price 5 cents. Vol. Ill No. 164. BRYAN, TEXAS. 9- STHE WEATHER. rotlCaST ton TO-DAY VAU. Temperature te..lay Mux. t . Mm. 78 BREAD. A We hove mode orrongemento luith onothet Baker in Houston ond ujiII Weep FRESH BREAD oil the time. College Creamery BIJTTEB. Our Supply mill be equal to beginning June 4th. Howell the demand lllll THEY RUN Vi-eU, Supposed to B- Span ish, Sightrd Near II at una ami Then IMsuppiar. sent the II .y. offer r taken the ! -rrimse Tlx- admiral Vunn with a flag ( trorn to traiic of the harbor WeeaeM ins v !..:, prison. 1Mb a prise by the Marblehead off Clew fnegn. Admiral Ccrvera considered the matter and -ut word he vru now erless to act Heferred the matter to the military governor, ami the Utter ill turn referred it t'i Captain li-neral Blauco, and a lonx delay M probable. ENGLISH MERCHANTS. I PRESIDENT DETERMINED. SEEN BY ONE OF OUR GUNBOATS. -prrlal Was of 11. wall. Tliev Were t haMl For Several Miles and Then Were Lout and Block adin:,' Ships Notified. Conirtu M ill It. r,tr m Sale IIU III' .lliU.SS.lun Washington, June. . Tho preidcnt ha in contemplation, according to a senator who Uaa consulted him. tho ob mission of a eul iii' -s.i;r t:... twii houses of eo.igr. . culling for th" nu- rau at a nnli to thia ten- THE REPORT CREATES A SENSATION AT KEY WEST. Some Persons Are lnrlli.nl to llcllc-i. The; lute res! Hairu. While ml, rn Taluk u h a Thief Impossible. CREAT BANKRUP1 SALE i FINE MILLINERY. MISS St. LEON'S entire stock (f Rnc Milliner) must be cloied out at once in compliance with legal requirement! In Mich cases. Bverythinf must go. n goedi NEW AND UP-TO-DAT1 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. ine.!i.ito anil' v it m 1 tery necessity. A cot ator the mcii;'' will few dmy awaitin.' tL be taken by Speaker Keet and tho coin mitten on rules, tut i. very likely to go in w ith little delay, possibly early neat week. Thu purjiort of tho mcaeagc Is special plea favorable to action, calling attention to the strategic importance of the Ulaudt, the gnat advantage that would aectue in the present war I Una tion through securing tin. ui and other point iu Hawaiian policy alicady well known WALTER BETT BANISHED. SHIP CAPTAINS CAUTIONED. I -it I l.tarl . ....i mmmt New York. June I'. A report from Cape 1 1 iTtien nt the Atuern aiK and insurgent, have forme.1 a junction in ir Santiago and that a laud attack mi the city n momentarily espected The Span lanl claim to have .'I "hi M- ted tnsipa in (Santiago The per ml further .fate, that '! Thenua, ajviiownrd Austrian artillertal I in the Spanish service, wa ki.'.rd n Monday ' t.itnhanittieut of t lie fort of Santiago harl.ir i.ti.r.iiir BJafwtt Meet. Washington. June I - Th eeeualtlaa on poatofflre. and rtruls he anthorixwl a furall" report apM. the bill providing fur tie- i t.iti'.t.liuielil of postal saving Inukt The httl rej.irt ed I. tho regular committee mna-iir'' It aathorte. ei ery money grler rsss'i'm to receive depnatt. foratIT .'.in ill ' .'. . oft and alUiw. intret at the rate of t'rwiH (( 1 lrrw. Atutin, June it Major AHnd V )rew of the Thir l infantry r e. neila telegram from the a.lant iidjutaut general, dinMing mm to Mail at Ptart U-aretiwerth for eaamiuatinn bv boaril for promotion from ni-ond ! tir-l lleU'iiaiit in the regular armv T In iloe not in niiT way affeet hhj 0NMhit ion a major in the Twhuetflereerrk Mai. ui eeeMev Pea Seeeaantai Moutreai. June it. Word li i- 1 en nceiinl i.i fiom Ottawa, thai a ne wnger h left therewith a notice of riptiUi"!! fr-nii I'anidinr l.n ut. n' uit 0MMoa4 hM Di I attached to the Spam-h ftfetlN a! Waahlngion. I . lit. In H" VtMexMA Waahiiigion. June it. The Meideal ha. nanloneil Captain John U Hart, In.lrurlril Snl In ' fi. Beaei t.ri. in m. . rnn. CM i M i . Jim" v - A pnhohhj w i en i uiitioii li t . it taken by tbo! Stall ii .i-iirv ill inrtiie lit in ' caution n;: An. i ..-an fiiii captain in Men in porti. not to a . .trang- r- on l.nrd their craft, a ther' an' many tu r i. aniar.t- in I'Tt 1'iurail. M . an. are not taLuu' .mv iart in the control ry and the Mimlar vFiittuient hen- among '.he luaaae la againtt Sjicun Th t'b i i. miiv i pn. Spuii. lei an I Mmigly I . l ut the gnat Liberal party leader, an' not taking the iamn i. w Mam i. f th in an' frankly for the American .ide. While thi Sanianl. are indindually enthn.ta.ticallr patriotic then bee been no inatiif. t.iiioii of an iiiteiitiiiu toat. tack Am rleeeaV The local organ of the Spnilish colony i ontiiiun to atture tta reader, that Dewey m ma trap at May mla, and that the American ftoct haa l.i ii di feati i at Santmgn ile Cuba It Willi, week- Ufon' the troth u pub-1 Key Wit, June -There are ir-il-t. nt tumor here, crwlitnl to tome high naval offlctn, that four tjHmUk wanhip. have foreni their way into Havana harbor. One report aay that a Sunih battle- hip and two rrniarra have entered thu harbor Kour .uidiciuq looking vomcU. thought to be Spanish wanhtpn, are, or have lieen attempting toelu lo the block ailing squadron off Havana. It is re ported that they have been Men on the north and eastern coast of t'ula for a day or so. When the vessels were last wen M Tuetilay tiifht they were in Nicholas channel about HO miles off Havana and beading direct for Havana. A government tug from t'anlena. joined tbe American fleet off Havana Wednesday afternoon bearing messages for Commodore Watson from tbe anilb lary gunboat This was to the effect , that ou Tuesday night tbe gnnl.sit i sighted four veaesle, thought to be a I battleship, two cruisers and a torpedo Ut, between Salt Cay and Padre del Croi light. The gunboat followed them, and when within (peeking distance hoisted tho private fleet signals Tbe signals were answered by three masthead lights, which waa not tbe required signal, and immediately thereafter they pnt oat ell lights. Tbe gunboat cruiMd after the i trauger for two or three miles, oncu ap proaching within 2000 yards, but event ually abandoned tbe chase and reported to the nearest ship of the I'nitiM Stat I fleot. Advice were then sent to Commodore, Watson by tbe government tug and he dispatched a ship from Key Wet Tim commander of the guuUnt w inch followed tbe four vessels says he is sal lied they were Spanish warships eitlur trying to get into Havana or lay in:; in wait for transports. The affair here is involved in doubt The British cruiser Talbot left Havana Tuesday, and she may have been the vewl sighted by the gunboat. The report ha. caused quite a m h i tion here. It is impossible to establi.h the truth of such a report In the ttrst place officer on incoming blivkade thqis will ay nothing and officers hen ere even more n'ticcnt. Ooi.tnor ul I'orl.i Itlro nlij. 1. il lllsa to li.iligi.il I i V.. a. i Hi .1.1. .n. Cetftghea i. ik-- Hi n lassil hm st. '1 h- .i-l ..I W ' In :i Juno I lUjKirts rah lute that Macias, ti.. g"Vi rnor r.i'. ! I' it lit . ha beuUhi-d from th" i.land Walter Bett, i- taiy ' tie lltiti.b con.ulate at Sen Juan. aft. r .u!.i. rtuitf him to M hours inir.o!im ut md p - n altn iting him I ' I- ' ' - n t ' Mr Crawford, has reported the affair to his gnvi i n mi ut Mr I! ' Th.y Waal VnileU Male. Kmb fWI- liqilaM m Tk.f mm luallaae eun;riatilU WW. br la Aui London, June I -rrpge1eaoe of tho Associated Prea.)--Whatever may be the policy of tho United Stntee to ward tbe Philippine islands, Bafliah capitalists, whose investments are there, give them the right to speak with au thority upon tbe conditions and need of colony, are of one mind. Deleft tions of London men, i preeentheg eoeee of tbe moat important Intereeta In the Philipjimes. have called upon Ambae sador Ha; to urge him to make repre at iitation to hie government ol their desire for the United State to retain permanent poeeeetion of the 1'hillppieee They are agreed la tbe belief thai with a guarantee of a stable government, the dalar.il for a Philippine would become richer and action that may ; eren a more deairable po Cuba They agree, also, that tbe Span ish rule it ouo which discourages busi ness enterprise and repele capital, and that legitimato pmflts of their busineea are mostly absorbed by direct and lad! reel bribes to Spanlah official. With out liberal iiiM-itments to teenre favor from the ruling claa. thee gentlemen tell Ambassador Hay, that no buaiuee in :- ondticti d und'-r tbe , regime of Spain. Tbe position of the Philippine capitalists is one which pre vent them fnmi making public declsv rati mi of their views Should the island remain under Spanish sovereignty that government might make condition bur- ... :; Ji I rfeee - e.etl WHO wer- on record of desiring to change, and who made revelations about Spanish misrule. Another Drop In the Price of CHICKENS. To-day they go at $1.25 PER DOZEN. JOHN B. MIKE. r . u- ! ..f r. '. . i . M to an'eiit. of tho I A HELP TO JAMAICA. Refuge.. It lis I HI -..r...l un.liltralile th. Aw . Til. CnyrltntMl K:tu-t..r. .iu ti eej wovk. k' d til Kingslun ami atewegs i.iel Press. K yal mall for Lmdon this tru Alt WAS A TORPEDO BOAT. On. T.ra.lo f.iaii.l of lha Make That lb. furor 1'sa. I ..prlirhie! 1 af the AaKatd Praaa 1 l s.tntiag, Saturday I p m , Kings ton. Jamaica, Jone 9 -Firing by the N York and New trleans, briefly re ported directed against a Spanish torpe do boat destnyer, probably tbe Furor or Kuion, which occurred on the night of June S, 1 coming to light. The enemy waa not definitely known until neit .lay, whi n th" torpedo In t Porter foun I two loaded torpedoes float nig off shore. Nuih. rof them h-vl been discharged. One sank, but the other was hauled on Want the Porter It exactly fitted tbe . r. t. . ' : T. '!' - 'arrie.1 by the lluton and Funir It is believed the torpedo boat destroyer escaped She Look over this Line otss5ssS! FINE IMPORTS and see if there is anything you want. Creme de Henthe Creme de Cocoa B Falcon Brand Holland Qin. Veno Vermouth .laraschmo Pale Orange Bitters. ALL fHl I.KAIUNt. HHANDH OF LIQl tHUL XJ IV HV db DAL . . ii T1 ha b en brought to Jamaica from Cuba wa seen by the New Orleans when too by refugee, during the last six week. 1 lire.' or tour tie uand of iti .e n fu gee fill tbe hotels, bxlging houeae and tbe vacant house, and coa.t town. A almost ail of them are will to do the money spent visibly improve- th - trade of the colonr and r '.ieves tin- .i,- p fin faraway to do any damage and tno heavy tin' moat liave driven her back. Wlion the Sew York arrivel aha would have had time to slink along the tbore back into tbe harbor The daring attempt of the Spaniard, which wa fortunately fiaetrated by iKRi -TMES From the Land of Flower. SwTHV Rieger's Celebrated California Perfumes. ancial depreaelon brought ihaal by the the vigilance of the New Orleans' look- ti car industry. Import ance, which usually decay of tl at ion of fl ' fall off during this season are now nor mal in (pile of high price. Refugee Instead of being lean and ill favored, a one might canpow QMI fain Hie and I ti 1 ': ' :i -in r- :. ir.at'ly pro pc runs lnukm.' Lulie dree in Par.- N 'lis two year ag i.-.i' ire itri'inimary "best tliat look out, i. th- tirt '.intancr of it. kind ince the beginning of the war. It illustrated how hard it u to hit a small object at night. some i - f ! . i made in Spain in gSJBMg "n War ItMinu MIL Washington. June n -Confereee ow the war revenue bill have concluded t .ft to report the aarraement to either house of coo- greet until all amendments can be print ed. The programme is to present the antique rvport first to the house and if puefjb'C Tbi-r srr aiaitr rrees ' alllnrala Ptewers suil are th mast Prsgrsat asat LssUoi evet mad. have Wild Rose. Violet Heliotrope. Lily ol re Valley. Appie aWaaa. tbe display of Handsome Models In our Show Window one of raXJI with every ounce of Fsrrum. etc e e Patrons and Friends llrtaltoil Kriort tVaill.il. secure action upon it betnre adjourn Msl ti ght There will be a strong effort fo get the senate toact tomorrow. The committee decline to etve out any gmfMal In advance, ft i known, however, that the senate sliver selgnor age provision is retained, though in a n at .santiai tho heroism displayiHi. not otur by tiotv son himself, but by tbe men who ao . 1 : . . a. . s i The report i believed lev some and du- compel... . i nun on mo aierrimac .e ,. ., al of honor will I- -tru. k .iff fur t in .li ved bv others 7T , , , . t I little band of men, and prninotmn M ..'Hi -iTt .- i -t r : i.. t tti tu T"vvsr,s. a! SS CUBA 18 SHUT OUT. ra aay. II. I. I'rl.oa.rs. Al) i nMM Sr. Oaf 4 mi 1'i.srrrlr.. In Irli.na t enrrmblist. lies, by Ihr A iat.sl Pres. OiiBoanl Associated Pre dupatch Hauntless, off Santiago. Weiltn sdav night, via. Kingstou, Jamaica, June tf. u.ne.i. laepvamy , in F " ssOnHMii tetween the ..ut. r " SP"n,,h world baa been severed. The King.. ,. ilef. ills ,i, , n:. a- possible I hen- Is no " racte....'..) ,m. th.- w..r. but on.v Htugo Cable wa. cut Mo. ii li.li Ielaie.1 In lha .. faieka-al day, and the Marblehead. the TaUM I bv the Associated Pre. EXPELLED FHOM CUBA. OeeeeepeMowM and Haw l ...irrlim. i.i,,- Ita.aaa. ..pi i.'lil. t. b'M by Ik. Aasm-lsted Hp... II .aiia, June ti - Tuesday af term -on tl.. BrttttJl . ru.-rr Talbot sailed from Havana (iiiUmnl vero Mesers. Phil l!.ii.,iison and II J Whigman, th Knglish newspaper enrrespondout who w n- arrested at Matanrls otue nine ngo. The Alllam-i. linpiMsiblr. Paris. Jtiin '.i i ii inn -ey M. I pew, in an interview published in tbe Matin, isoiiotnlas -av.tigth.it "Aiuei ! ca's enthusiasm over Kngland's fri-'ndiy 1 attitude is merely t'lrcumMantial." "Aimri a. ' Mr. ! t w is fiirt..r re ported to say, "will never concludo ; t effective alliance wnh Kngiaud. Amep. can hearts an' not with hnglan 1 with Fr.ime. Both n-publicspo.. and the St. Louis cut the Haytun cable the sani" ilctnocratic a.-piraiton.. thi.r W.dnedav The end were huore.1. . an ic v. r fail to inaintalii tin tno ! cor and Admiral Sampcoo establish. .1 com niunicatlou with Washington dir. l but n Tall.it al- i c ai . I 1 Messr lid- ajg get v lug a nte mil of two year f or . wiml and linker, who wen exjs'l!l engaging In a Ii .' u.li niii; ejpi'dllion to from (. island on sn:',.'loa of Is ing Culw , spies, Charles 1 .1.1 and a number of Hi lsrwiiis.il 'imr.msr.UI. 'other passengers Til Iticlnded Sis- San KmnciN'o, June n The court- ter" Mary Wilberforce of the British mutual Hppoimen ny .unjor io n. .a. iteo i i .. i.'ty iu 'una, a year ago, nud against w limn mi onl.T of eipubdon w a- issued last Januai) U'cjuse, as us- Otis ha. org.uu-d wu ii Ii"l i. H Cetton, First Nebraska. pteldenl and Lieutenant lleimer Sunt ii. Ciah cival rv, Judge advtrate. One of the most in teresting cases that will l 0M iN'fon' the court will be that of John Cainpl. 11, nfer in th" Tenth Pennsylvania, who has bee u under arrest ever since the n g inieiit left Mt. tlretaa, Pa., for ratting the breeches of a negro striker w nol. lunged to "utiisiny C, of the NaaWjli vama artillory. wl'chwas then camped at Mt Oretna. Tbe Marblehead i drove a S ns)i guuliuat into tiuatanamo hart.ir and shelled and reiluceil the antliuatel for titlcatious. Tbo insurgents cooperated ou thu land side Tho place is bring held until troop arrire It it contem plated to establish a general I....- hen Communication between the u.sur gents and the lb! is constant ' i an' active, and arms, ammunition and supplies were forthwith lauded by th. Suwanee The Spaniards ami Cubans light daily. Santiago is on the verge of starvation. I dial ndatieti- 1 The Temp, this afternoon also pub lishes au interview w ith Dr. IVj.-w in which he i ipioted as saving that "an ! alliance between the Uuiled State- and Srv.it Hritain is impossible. I itilillt ut I or Inounii s. Galveston, Jnuo l. Colonel Hiclieof the ( iaivi -tmi rrginie.it ivo ived a teli nngtoti asking him to t . fattfPfaMi c'othing . regunent The tele, th 111:1111:. ut will be gram from win- at on. 'i is rcquiri I I gram -fat. -furnished 11 Graham has Ui 11 r Ai. 1 11 1 VI-. h of Galvcsinn J v. t to act n thi Cited Statrs l'n n e of Mata kj payniiutcr of .K.i.l..nr navi All food ba been netted for the arm. nitlier and navy, and troops and sailor an' on Kor,., ,-nunty talf rations. I the Panther Admiral SamMou ba officially de- carni u purpose ... ...m.stn. .-sni.g.. , Atlanta. .Inn.- ,. I I lard to make a clear way for tooops. j Vaml.rbilt. -upp-ed lo I.' 1 spy, .ml Admiral Samneon has personally coin- .,,,n. ki. .i.i...s Ml Knurteei.th then, Miss Will. t for, e lietng allowed to 1 mMdt4 Knslgn Palmer for approaching Btrwt, fa New York, waa brought sorted, sh. had failed to comply with certain government orders. This onler, however, was liot enforced Arnitail mi nali-.on. tit. June IV George K. n-iuain on the i-laml Charges having n'ceiitly again been brought against her, Dm AIM H exclusion was carried out, Miss WillsTfonv i...i.ig taken 011 l.iard the steamer by force though she wa treated with all possible gentleness. within 160 yards of the Spanish Unt. 1 ... at night and learning that the Spuniani were renovating guns Tbe American naval OOaUMU anxious to bring about an exchange of li.ab.ou sud bie gallant comuauiuus to Foil Mi I'm ron under guanl. He rWarrrHliH at lanma M.ueiat a. a sa gMOM I1111.1. ti 1, ami Hna unable to gire a clear ui ci unt of lit ih im unuts, t wa sent to the military prison at At- lam.. KJ . X Mai I' I" "" Da. a-. June A telegram ba been nivivcd her. -av.i.g a I'orporal in tbe . ... . .1 1 . ... cavalry uracrieu jusi as iue ouya n Austin for Fort Sam Houston. He i said to !. from Dallas, but hi name waa not given. His comrades hanged him in . fligy spaln s.i.l to II. alas. Madrid, June 9 News from the Philippine islands ha earned a deep im-pn-ssion The country is calm, but - a latent intensity of dieaatisfac ' tion which Is only repreel on patriotic grounds. L.f. Wm Manila. IU rlin, Juue i The t ieriuan nrsU'laae rruiirr Kaiserina Augusta has left Ja pau for Manila Matatt llyaaailtasl. Henri, tta. Tex . June H.-A loud ei plosion is-ciitTwl Wiilueaday morning at : o , , s-k at the residence of K D. Wei laxtie of this city. A large opening had l.en 111. i n 111 the roof over tbe dining nsiui. and considerable crockery and furniture wa damaged. It is tbo sup 1 of niost of the citizen here that th. 1 xploeron was caused by dynamite, as a number of .tick of that destructive material, including fuse and caps, were f. 111..I mar the iiretnises. So far no clew ha l.H'ti discovered. Btted af l..h.nlng. Lareiln, Trx , June . New ha 1 hen- that John Thomsou, owner of the Lam mla Salada near San LuU Potost, Mel., and for many yean popu lar eomluctor ol the Mexican National wa- .truck ami instantly killed by light- tung while standing 111 front of bit home. Palalar'. vi Arc.ilaat. Austin. June W -Charles Seal Idee, a pointer employed at Radkey s carriage shoti. met withaarrtoaaaccidvut While at werk tbe rope which supported a scaffold upon which he wa standing broke and be foil's tbe ground. He sustained a broken arm aud internal in- June. Of Brizoe, Madixon, (.rimes, Kobertion and BurlettoD Countiee Tbe combined Capital and assets of eompanlee rep re -en tei by me i ioii.it to more than rhe capital and aaseti of Companies I repreeeut writing UINM amount to more than I j infldently believe that I can serve you better and cheaper than any one else in Aiy LlM tf Risks, be they City, town or Country, have an efficient office force, the affairs of which are under the management of F BANK W. McCOXNICO. I al... rcrent Equitable Life Assurance 8ociety of New York; Pacific Mutual Life: Am. Union Life; Ki l. lity and Casualty of New York. for wklrb I am lb only sulkortsed agent lo Bryan I pssaaclfullr solkil sad wttt 1 1 re. i.tr our basinets. 5f COOD LUCK! to Drink at the GLOBE SALOON . . . . w v n x r r TAYLUK 6i UUA, Prop SUMMER DRINKS ! nT sar-. TiDTMiro STEWnTHRNlNn I iriRTiT Everybody treated Rioht. aaaa. a. avaaa. J " ! aowa. Best Wines, uiquor uuu iya ..THU HANDY KITCIH-N Cream -Fsirlo Elegantly Musi cool. ami Inviting. a ut. u Delicious Summer BBVE1UGI trvcd. "NAME ON EVERY PtECE." LOWNEY'S Giocolate Bonbons Cvmpleu n4 Pwal Main and l; indic.s J I'rglts. gtg, Ts karrts aid ilftrt.