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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE.
BRYAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1898. Price 5 cents. Vol. Ill No. 170. r nr a m v flour. MUVAV mm $ "1- i Onl) Minh (iratk Hour in town. SPANIARDS FIGHT Until THE BRUSH. Thf) Equal iaihes In This Art, and In- ( .iumiii; Ma rlnfi Trouble. ' aid !- in. ir'. ).a- I" . "Double Crown" Cheese. TAKE N OTHER. Extra Fancy Prunes ami Evaporated Apples and Peaches. ,v- - -X. GOLD BAND" HAM and Breakfast Bacon. CUBANS ARE A HATCH FOR THEM. TV .rout-, thf Marine- m. lktnonM rated Their Worth ihe Americans Id uba. Ilav.' to iiHi-if,- Qri'iiiiirrv Qult'r. ) --- l oll THE in:-r. PhoaeSW"" KOWELL BROS.. THE GROCERS. SOME SPANIARDS 00 OVER TO THE CUBANS. More Than I" I Hi and Viiltititirr ami Regular I ul r llnlr vr lrc Herman tlciili lla lug Abandoned Neutrality. ami r-anciro ha !-.1 mutinim airi 1 re bring gradually dnvea 111 lle liberal's diulcu explains that "ia tbe face of Aguinaldo'a sape r. r InM i la Spaii.ud m' compelled to istreat. TV Haankdi com upoodeol nl 1 Mti I - i' k-litii.g continues in c,aiitly. There an--kirniWhc at intervals of taw day ami night aad lack of provisiou hai cnuiieHed tan rlpununl to yield at cer .lilt. Both amiuuniliou mid fluid i.n ino.1 au. N i rtin-1. --. tin- Sau iard an- animated by the bast of spirits and art lighting heroiraly. Tin- wound, d who an- crow den into tbu rhnrrhea and coimnts, have - n patera! under Ihe proti ction f the Red Crow aoriety. It i? n pirteu Hut tit. an 11 bishop lui gnui to tin- lusergeuts in the hops of moder Stag their animosity anil pre Tenting act. of violence. Jetuite are aeekiag place of refuge in tbe province of Ba tauxa and the titter are fleeing to paMH of aafety in the province of La guna. It b not expected Manila will capitulate until the Aniericau troopa ar rive. TROOPS WILL GATHER AT FERNANDINA. Tmt Tai.u4 Hill It Mtl..u,J Th.r. In IU ..tl lu I'urtu Klr. M lira Sk.ft.r's Arm, M III Am,,. GREAT BANKRUP1 SALE I FINE MILLINERY, MISS St. LEON'S entire Stock ni Pine Millinery must he closed out at once in compliance w ith legal requirements in such cast. Everything mutt go. Ml got4j M AND 1 P H 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. PARSONS BOTTLING WORKS. Knlaiged sid NaV) ' N w mi l Improved Miirlilnrry . Mrll Uj l'lrl lit-- ami I i-1 -1 . I'laiit, n p-cparcd 1 . tian . m ' PURE, iioi.iino.mi: mmm aTJOII QatADM hoia AT Kit, ill lunti. ! IT ill tail uni Irtgll PRICE. ONLY 50 CENTS PER CASE, A alinr. of I he public patronage resjiecilnliy solicited. Country Hat- bant- jg aj .mil Ke.tnal iaitie- smmtiadtj invited to give us a trial We guarantee all guids of our mannf " lure, and give prompt attention In all order Csl Of or ad I rent, C. C. PARSONS, Bryan. Tex. leal I'ropriel"! and llotller "MANUaltll Ketuedv lor li diireailon. Drapaajala, etc Candle, I'm 1 , Mils, e'i MM- W TK.K. Haadqaartan for Nature' own Kine CI fere, o(.ynihtl I. I.j th. Aw.-iatul Pirn On Boon! the Awo-iati'd I'r- at n B- at I.iiu. tli -. iiuu ,! m.i: Bay, June II. via Kiugnton, JtmWMM June l.i - llowivrr uti l.ant the x pertrnce or uuju-i.rl' 1 by precedent the landing of a 1111311 detachment of ma nut, moatiy raw ineii. 111 the . u nn -country u, it ha. laugh' mine IgMM to officer, and men here, and iaihly alio to the auihoritie at Waahington It haa.hown the Spnti..ir :- ' bu.h fighter., and it ha pnive that every Aim rn an 1 umii miit ! i-ouivt-ly bailt and aa well protected to raaktt night attai k. aa though 111 the Au-he country. It lia aUo develojied oevrral -uiall d--f i t. in navv gi.i.-. .ir.'l it ha. -how 11 that w In n giv 11 free rem v ith n--at- lug rifle. Ml uervoti troop ean wat lll.UUU round of ammunition, kttbaj rbadovt. 111 a tingle night and not think even then thai they have dune mucu tbooting Though the IB Mtiiiard found by Lieutenant Nevii!'- pi-ii wr- tie : i lar uniform-, uioit all of lhow en m daylight attack, worr MMalf .iiivilmig except a big ti'ii of leave l.iuud arouml their forehnail in piaee of latN. Thlt act t an 1 ffei tive ditguite 111 the I u-h". Otli-r wi n -tnp, d to a nur of dirlv 1 .i.onii irou-er- t .. 1 with braliehe. aiouinl ti.- ir a.i.-- .1 .,.ng their thoulder. and moving very itn tioutly, they could evin ir.- oi.ii ground Without N'llig detci'tnl. lli 'U.-h tome 1 f them were aught at the game Another trick wat to make a iv.ng tcreeii of two or thr.-e t ig palm .11-. which wer- alupMt iinpaaiibte to I . t -1 where tunted ilm 1 veryvv here rixt out of the cluip;unil. Cutan utiiili.irn wep. mo-t u- u. .n I.iinting out thi'w tnck.. Tier, ire of thee nu n now in camp. ni"-:.v 1. groet. with I'ulon ofltoera. They are nawkeyed wootlmen, linating even With the Suiuarda in every device of both craft American marine- at nr-t were inclined to ducouut thit, but now they .peak euthu.iattically of the aux iliaries for their daring At night 111 tkirmi.h time the mariiii - -ay the Cu ban anxlllane go through bru.h like rabbit. Their chief fault, however, it their raekleM handling ot the new mag arine nfle. THE PROSPECTS OF PEACE HAVE GONE. J llll ' M -The forwarl war m pre para- ; FOREIGNERS DESERTING THE YALE AND HARVARD. Tk.y Th W.r. Met fcple.erf I righi mJ That Th-, D Ha la. ae It tm. New York, Jane MV -A tpeeial to The Tribune from Newport, Va, taya: Thoe of the Amenmn line employee aboard tbe Tinted Stat.-, ecoot tbipa Yale and Harvard, who have not de terred will be forced to aerve out their full time according to tbe term of the mercantile enlwtment The 600 for eigner, aboard tbe two tbipa, however, maintain that the American line and the government la breaking the agree ment with them, and perautantly refute n go to tea, or if carried by fore. not to discharge tbe dutie. that will be ex peeled of them Tbe Bntith and German vice consult have refused to interfere in the matter and the only course left open for the men is to desert and if they do that they can be apprehended by officer, of the law. According to trustworthy ttatements the American line and tbe navy depart ment have not violated agreements with the men. The crewt are laboring under the impression that they will have to go into action and fight the enemy simply because both vessels are receiving heavy armament Much 11 not the rase, both vessels will I! KM KM UK It THE M WE : JOHN B. MIKE. The Original Cutter. Wants Your Order for Groceries- FTa., which will continue as scout ships and the MimWB turn now being taken 1 only to inur Wu-biugb.n ' partmrnt 1 ha tnui- .it rVriu ( make that point one of the most ad- vantageousf r , .m, , ntratmn ore agamt their being captured destroy .! ..! tr mm Kmmm have been ; ed by the en my wltboot some means of nt t. ihe cit v authontbt. at well as to resistance Captain Wiae explained the ar..y official, directing tbem to hurry necessity of thU tep to the navy depart prenr.itions It 1 aid the war depart- nteut and it wa decided to follow his aa m .(lecial l.auil w hich inspected aaggestinns. Kertiaml.ua found th T"h-i1 ground I The men Till continue in tbe service ' ii- and of the Amem-svn line under the men-an- surrounding that several thousand Iro . ou.d I- ni 0111111 .1 ite 1 eh re to in ,f it vine (! e,.ir to institute ramp at oiiivj 1 inters for thi ouocea tration ba BOl st agM uuued. although the lnfi nunc is dear they will follow when r'crtuudiua camp ground are r .idv Th. il-purtmi iit ralculnte the gl ill - mi.. 1 ii.liK.i Hi .. tttum when ail pnimtions are i-ompleted. 'i .1 1 l" ic-ral Shafter army of invasion also comes in for much atti iitkm lth al the war and navy dejiartxuetii.. for there is a joint int. ri t 111 the time when ths army can fully re ni force the gallant marine now ii.i.ilnig the fort st ( luantanatno. No an 1 ,- pratakJt Iran thi e iidilion b for- tomorrow or next dayT sod the only 111 cae Admiral Snmpon has sac-n-eile.l in repairing toe cable at Guana tituio. lie had baoyol the shon- end and th" navy department it expecting almost momentarily to receive adupatrh direct fnmi tbe flagship. If this operation it not concluded in a n 01 two, tie 11 III. re lil lie a ilelav 111 waiting for t: di.atch lioett to reach llayti. a half a day after General r- 1 ' t. 1 - irttiN 1! Inv 11 arrive- ifncals vi ill not lumnl a conjecture a- to xact time of arrival. They say that only it cannot ! before tomorrow night u - an I 1111 n liki ly ! the day toil .wing and poitily Sunday SPANISH ARE DESERTING. Look over this Line ot I FINE IMPORTS Mar. Ih.11 lit. Th. oK.nl II. .r teal lo MM ln.urf.nl. New York. June 16 A special from K. v W.-t -ay. Junta advices from headquarter of tbe Cut on civil government at Laguan ajs. in Camagii' V, p irt that more than bitiO SiKini-h volunteers and inativ n'g- SECOND EXPEDITION TO THE WEST INDIES. In.a.lun n t ab. Bg ....ii..n. I'm. , I'.uit In N.gnlUllon. Iliriinati IV .b lntnn lilpliim! I lir I 1 1... In Ml I l.il U III tin l.i I'lirln 1 ' Tie, I Mixes' In Hi. rrr-enl VVi. Ilirn Washington. Jun- Hi -According to rstlniuti the lot .l iiuinU'r o'tnsii left Bl Ta'upi alter the .ai.iug of the expi. iliiion 1. 1st the n bxhorarhoad otIIJM Thi 1 iid iii 1 1 M e ptxfrltal of the Fourth cor n Mtsdas at Mob kl which it re- j ':ii . 1 .1- .1 -nutation of the Tampa ramn At .1 ickonvll.. it i i.tiinntiil br th- adjutant general tb.cn' an- aluii istai men. Tin vvoulii nakc the rutin' -inn.-ili of Ihe force, mo-t eligibly loctitnl lor rmWi k.ition lo r.irto B eo RlJtQ men Lilt 1 .'.inlit .. harlnnil that out ol this it vvi 11 il le eSM:,,,- to organ by the lime t ;.. .,t, : pri paraiimi- l"i t .. . -pcdillou are complelevl an army of ism men ibonuiglily equipped. Tim latest oflb iai r.'iurn. to the war dcurt mcnt .how the foilow lug at the coin silinti ol Ihe I'mirih army corp- inm niaiidcd by Major lu tnral I 'oppinger. which I. ia" i ted to laLe imrt 111 tlm movement on I'orto llico At Mobile Kir-l 1I1M-1 in, comiuand cd by Brigadier General Schwan. i (oiiis.xil ol tlv. n giini-nt.. Me I'u-l ami Sscuid i'ea-. First ami Smild Louisiana and Fir-t AlaUiu.a At Titiii"-Suciind division, com. ma nd ed by Brigadier General Siiv.'kt. is made up of nine regiment., tic I ... enth and Seventeenth h'giiiu nt- of Ni w York intantiv, First Milricl oi OalWaV lua. Second Ni v V i, Filth Maryland, "Vrd Psu'.ivlviuua, Of,- Uundrpd and and Fifty w ventii Indiana. First Ohm Fir.t Illinois. Also the Thinl division, couimamlcii liv Brigadier General llen- rv, six n giiiieiit. and cevslrv and artil- , , ,' , , t. . . .1 'is -is. Washington. Julie H. - A riding 1 l.-rv i. Lu Inn. nt- i iftli i Ihio i irst F .or- , ' .. - no ml. 1 .1 in :.... : . corp. here Ida. 1 Inrrr-M-cmid Mrliigau. Sixty-ninth . , , . .. . ! . . x- l tl. iai. iu n- said the deiurtun' of Gein nil Shaffer I N.w T ork, 1 hir.Ulino and Second Geor- , , . . . armv for the invasion of 1 ulst put an gia, .tprov,- '.a. . .n a. rv brigade made , '' , , ..... . . , end to present lmmiiict-of i ac While up o; tin 1 inn reginieiii of cavalrv, de- f , . , . , , . ' none of the fon'.gn r. pr. . ni.itn. . hen- t 1 tin. ni tuuii tue seconil. thinl, sixth ; . " 1 and fourili MM of the First voluntas 1 rW """ H oavalrv. six l.ttene. of light .rtillerr. F?'1 rixm,M, yet peace 4a,il'fin il,.- Hum. and I) aml'l ', "lttn"w alwavs ..-etned 1.. memU-rs fnitn the FVth 1 of the diplomatic fratirmtv as within 41 Ukeou.d- Is, ., amen,. f ,. the bounds of. ,.,b,.,tv. . v. ,, proU . ; bllltv, so ong a. the I nited State I t and leiith ngiiueiits of cavalrv. . . 71. troop n'luaimd at lamui ami Kev f 'he.S-vci.thc.,uiil.r We, Nliw bjaj,,, ,, General I., at Jacksonville has I...11 Ameriean . ,lili, 1. nl.mt In int.. . ...I. julars fnmi the I'm rto lritu-ij" and Nui vitas garrisiotis have joined tbe ttriot army. The tmmeliate cause of desert lot: w .i- f. ar of t!.. American fleet General Castillaiina nf the 8patdsh army lias mnov.il 11111 of hi. artillery inland to 1'ui rto lrincipr city Santa Ciule del Sur ha Wn investetl by the Cubans and communication lr sail '. "it li.i- l.-eii -tal li-ln d w ith Ja MWk 1 MOiTE FORTS DEMOLISHED. tile agnvmeut and will not have their tlaiiea cut down to the standard of tbe navy. On the other hand they will have a better chance for their live, and may, by having their ships armed, tucoeed in earning prise money This has been ex plained to the foreigner. lut they can not tee it that way, and are determined to get off if they can. The delegations from the British and German element returned to the city without meeting with urre. in their appeal to the British and German vice consuls After investigating the cir cumstances, they tame to the conclusion tliat interference wa not Justifiable. About 75 of tbe men from the Harvard who tucceedod in getting away from the ship while on leave, have not returned, and their places were filled by Captain Ootton. It 1 known that at least a number of men were taken on. It is reported that the entire crow of tbe Harvard quit work, and that their place were imme diately filled by SOU men who had Isven gathered in by the officers, to meet any emergency Tbe Germans of ihe crew say they will not fight on any ship which tin-, a gun. The Harvard's guns are all 1 board and she will drop out into the river to morrow The Yale is taking on coal. The Minneapolis is still here replen ishing her bunkers. SPAIN IS MISTAKEN. mmmt$ m twin H.r u Ik I Ml. I.e. n. (tUMBAlgn. Berlin, June 10 -The Cologne Ga zette publi.bes a note, understood to be semiofficial, which reads as follows: ''According to trustworthy informa tion all conjecture in the press and in IKilttual circlet in Spain, which are t-iug built on the supposed intention of t rerniany to abandon her neutrality In the Philippine question are entirely baseless. In Spanlth official quarters the arrival of German men-of-war at Manila 11 regarded at perfectly neutral for the great Gentian interests there de mand protection." REWARD FOR HOBSON. and see if there is anything you want. Creme tie nenthe Creme de Cocoa Falcon hrand Holland iin. Veno Vermouth .laraschino ale Orange Bitters. All. III! U G'ISi. B BAM DM OF I.U.loBI. IDXJlSr3r db DAL Mosquito Lotion. Toilet Soaps, and flfMrty Qeei ream Qm0, ft Lm4 & Tm . mmm; EAT POWD -rente on i:sptiv "be bt and I'ureit l'owdcr on the Mark rat Ml.i Has no Bqual for th 0MPTE0 re of ImPr iclls:l3r Efiz It Softens and IV-frves the Skin of Adults 106 iNoxious Odor ol exce.-Mw in-r-piratif "ik" t Jl m jmrnm mm ZZmW 1 TO a a Patrons and Friend 1 UOQOj Of Braz.i lauison, (irime, R uurletiiin Countie The combined Capital and sesets of com panics re resented bv me amount to more than The capita! and aat of Companies I represent Q writing UINM anion ::.n 3 I jinfidently lielieve that I can serve you better and than any one eler in tl) l.lir of Risks, be tff Uiwn or Countrj. have an efficient office font, the aiVair of which are und niniig"ineiii nf FRANK W M.CoNNICO. I SXls.11 i-epreicii I Kii:it;ili!c I. lie Ansiir.iti - iety of New York; I'ai itic Mutual Life; Am. Union Life; Fidelity and Casualty of New York, Fnr tli h I sst th. talr luUlnitlel treat la Brran I reaperlb-II tal iirelals year tiutlnts i.f Second, commander, Ar- mm I'm WBI ilepnrim -lit ha- Iwgnu an k v. -tigatioii nto the slate of iltipn itvd tie of ihe trn al Tsiiii. Mobile ami Jai kxiiivillc, with a view to selecting the n'gular for the Porto Bun fore. Inn 11 is hv no mean certain thut Ihe cninpanies tor the enterprise will be taken ti . ihe- camp-. It fact It terms wdi smmrad that kfxVtMoM of esp,a mi.y wall equipis-d aiid we. I trained regulars from the camp XI 'hickauuiuga and Washington will lie made 111 organising the lieu l-Xledltlll ThttM l -nine MM to -.;.;.-. thill a mtMn of the for mat left Tampa mi. yet 1. nt on to Santiago a a second divi 1011 nf General Shatter , am v Should Ihe Simulant prove msfg MMktt u- and formidable ataiui Santiugo than 1. expected, reinforce nu nts will imili.utite i.v ! Iinrrie.l then' .-. . 1.1. . f the tiaiisirieiigaged for th Suiiii.igo nioveiiieiit were not uwd .11 the llrt exsilltlon, and these would l.i linn on Su.'ii-li .ml. 11 is -aid ail coiidt. I Ion for ) ace have undergone a mate rial change. 11 it 1 . Hutu it the I'lnti.l State! to 1111 gmrrns-lve land ciinuugil, and also makes it I in poasthM for Spain to adopt a n other course 1i .1ntl1.it of defending lnr h.'il against iiiva-io:i. DOWNFALL OF NOT VERY MANILA FAR AWAY. SnaaUnls Air llro.u llrltrn '1. II111..111 ami Aniln unit Inn taSm unit I'm il Arr I I. ring I St nlrt. Madrid, Jnae m. -.dvni - n il hen' by the Liberal from Manila M k r date of June A, iractlctilly teN'at the newt coulalned In the dispatch of June 1.1 from the Shanghai correiKiiideut of the Iiinlon Daily Telegraph, saving I that on June , the insurgent forced I the (sitsageiif Zapote river and capiurod available lor a second should it be found L and I'arinaki t.nc,. Inch necetrary. I time lighting between the Insnrgeutt Tlinsr l ( lutlirr tH-slrnteil It, I he Ttui, Vlarlilrlir.il ami Hinanr.. I ..I', rtghlisl IW, by the Aasnr.alr.1 prem Camp McCalla. Giiantanamo Kay, June I.N, via Kingston. Jamaica. June Ml - A bnrk fort and earthworks at Cainianera at the end nf thu railroad leading to the city of Guautatiaiiio wen ished bv a lnnlrdmriit by the I 1. 1- the Mat lilelnad and Snuam-e The wamhip oneiieil fin- and the t.im baniment lasted I hour and :ki minute The Texa- stcaiiu I -lowly up the channel leading to the fortifications, followed rloMdy by the MarMohced Tho Ti las flnil two -hot. at the range Under., Ixtii failing short and to the right. The Marlilehead stit.l to tho west side of the channel ami opened with her .Vineh gun. oil the fort, knock lug down part of the wail The Texas then tbn vv otue I.' inch shell, tearing down the wall of the fort and throw ing mortar and bricks M feet in tbe air. 't.i 1 a. liv .I mi igmg tie fori th" Mar blehead tiid further 111 to shell the earthwork- and iHirnn-ks at the west cml of the harl.ir. rbie knnckid them Into the ail ami vv I. n Ihe Sxnlardt fleil from tbe furts th y wen- -belled by tho St. I 'a ill and drivni into (he bushel Tha Immmrd- tln.l on.y !:v- -h its winch did M damage After the bips mil nun ihe liarbor tlm Sn lards m the hushes opened tlr on the Marbli'licad'a i .v 11 1 H - It, which m.i- 1 . pli.-d to v ignnsatly I he Suwanee luriinil lack and shelled. the hnlic .driving the Snanurd II. Will IU Adranr..l T.a Muuiber Ik. 1.11 nr Waial ronslrurtnr. Vahitigton. June In -The prettdent will send to -.ingres a m-nmiuemlation for the advancement of Lieutenant Kichard I Holwon, whosanktbe Mem mac. TV11 uniulvr. in tbe list of naval cousVructnni will be his reward and this will bring hun near the top notch nr rinalne Hi Lell.r IWal. Chicago, June II Arrangements for the cloaitig nf the lo iter deal have lasen completi'd. Final papers weni placed lfon- Jitseph IrPiter and T.wtutsi bush- el f ohm a.h wheat were contlgned to I' l Arimair, uh owlll control all Ibe holdings. Il is .tiled Letter will not lose a much a wa- gem ral.v llievcd Annour' auinptiou of the bunlen U taid to have meant at leat otm.tMM) for Ielter. .pr.dT Trial anil Cum let lua. Dallas, June IS - A new irconl for conviction 111 a criminal case ha ts-en established here Monday Officers Mart Black and Charles Gunning arretted Tom Locket t 011 the .-barge of nibbing one of the special tleeptng oar which brought the Shnners to Delia. Wed nesday morning l.vfore 10 o'clts'k he wa convicted and given two years in the penitentiary lie robbed a negro employe of one of the eastern Shriller of a watch and 111. Ommgkttmj MMmj ssmtrasva Paris, June HI - I'retirlent Fanre hi devoting his tune to consultations with liiitical leadtir He ha. .een M Henri Hrisson, former pmsidem of the cliatu m r of di putie. M Dupuy. Kilit and II irgcoit, former pniniers, and M. r-y-trul. one of the vice president of tbe senate. COOD LI In Drink :it U GLOBE SA1 TAYLOR & COX, P SUMMER DRINKS '. Cooliwo Drinks, Stenothenino Everybody treated Riohii Best Wines, Liquor and TBK It M) 1 III Mill Elegantly Befitted ( ( rOL ' ici Delicic Su he vi Knviting. "NAME ON EVERY PU!CE.,' LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. ' "5l CkaxvseM rm i-.... Candi Ml k MM V I I