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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE.
BRYAN, TEXAS, WEDNESrY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1898.
.
Vol. Ill No. 180.
Price 5 cent.
HEINZ S
INDIA RELISH.
Crosse & Blackwell
CHOW CHOW
DUNKLEY S
Celery Salad.
Shrewsbury
MAYONAISE.
TRY Tl IE AlioV V
on your
DAMNli DKKDS
OF VH70K BLUE.
T PAUL ATTACKED
BY SPANISH WARSHIPS.
m Ytt h..t
, Kill Mm
Ir.m.gisf is.
Ik T.r-
He Makes a Si-mml Trip U) tin
Hay to Locale Ailmiral
Centra' Fleet.
SEES FOR HIMSELF
AND RETURNS,
Fresh Strained Honey. College Creamery
miner.
I'.rln-.'- Information That
Valuable When the I N
Made to ( roh Him.
Will IV
U
IVORY SOAP
IT FLOATS.
HOWELL BROS
THE
GROCERS.
GREAT
BANKRUP1
SALE
i FINE MILLINERY.
MISS St. LEON'S entire
Slock of Rm Millinery must be
closed out at mice in compliance
with leual requirements in such
cases. KxervthiiiK must go. All
foodi NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
and will be sold at a great Sacrifice. The stock
includes everything in the Mlttrnery Line.
MISS St. LEON has been employed as
Trimmer.
J. S. MOORING Jr.
Trustee.
MOVE UPON SANTIAGO
SOON TO BE MADE
LAY
OF THE LAND
AROUND SANTIAGO.
Inln, Job
Wit- mm nt.T
aVi
a .aaaasSL asasssssssa
tit' 00'
I PARSONSrB0TTLINlJI.fflF
. , . i i . .aatt
-w-a" " JjMST'i. ..! l.,i,.r,
' ItTm'r T-vM UMl.l I ,, ..rf MM. II
no. --.ip.-i vv - " ' a . . .r. it u i . Njtfr.ftl Ketai a. il
Tkr I lrt Hill ..i.t MM Mi WIho
tin Iiiu-k.ii I lor In. opain Said
U Haie I'lirrha.oal trauma
I nil-, r O'Hirgiu..
CofTrlfkll We. ly Ou A-. .t.. Press
Off Santiago, Jinif mi K ..- '
Jamaica, June 1W Lieutenant Victor
Blue nf the auxiliary gurit.at Suwnne",
has return' .1 to th- ft t from another
investigating i-.v.r- II. i
thai Admiral Yrvrra' .hips are ail In
Iuebarl.tr Willi th" r -.-jitton of .ne
rtrrrrrt" boat destroyer, tbey are at an
chor and .how no igns of activity.
lieutenant Bin went ashore on Hat
unlay MSl "f M'rro caste- aceomnaiiied
by iodic Culnn guide. II' advanced
until about two mile, west of Cabana
and almost up to the enemy' latteriea.
He traveled II mil' At oue uina the
lieutenant wu at a Culwn outio.", .-p-aratt'd
only by V yards from the Spun
lah ootiot. "They popped away at
each other all the time," mi I.i.-uten-ant
Woe- "hut I do not think the Co
bam hurt tot- Sjaiiiardi rvry mu -b .in 1
I know the Sjaniard did not hurt the
Cuban. " Lieutenant ;;n wo able to
accurately locate tba position of each of
TTera'p ships.
Bear Admiral San ;.- n bat warned
YV i-imiirtoii. Juii. Nary depart
i , ..' i . pini th f -.: , .Lit iij.
letln
Admiral Sampson report, that tba
Vale srnved yesterday and dtsrharged
troop
Captain Sigsbee report that Widnee
lay afternoon, while off San Joan. Por
to Kito, he waa at talked by a Spanish
unprotected cruiser and the Spani.b tor.
ptil Uat destroyer Tenor Tba Tar
ror made a daih whk-h waa awaited by
the At. Panl. The St. Punl hit the Ter
ror three timea, killing one officer and
two m"ii an 1 woundiiig Mrraral other.
The T rror drojrped lavk under cier of
the forti!lejtima with difficulty and wu
towed into harbor in a .inking condition.
IaN-r arrniwr and a fruunt larO-'l out
hut remaincl nuder lle pntectlou of
tba forta.
O'HIGGINS SOLD TO SPAIN.
It I. kaitl ill. t rularr Waa Traa.f.pr.4
i iI al ( .p. VerU..
London, J una . Tho Unitad Mataa
embaaay ha. report! from .everal loarcea
that Spain iiaa pnrchaaed the ptivierfal
tnt Omccitna
Chilian annorad craiaar O'Hifjgiaa, lat
bearl from at Gape Verle ulanda. wltere
trampt'rt- .in SiainUh eoblief aboard
are pant in lure gnna So take her over.
ENTITLED TO FIGHT
IN ANY WATERS.
,.,.-. II. r lare.il Ani.Plran.
a tun. lh. Orr.n la Up.l.p la
I"".
Top..(rl,t ik. Caaairr Ot.aa la
I.. Aaa.rlaaaa M.b W hu
II. i a Ut4 Tk.r
Waahinrton, June th. -Two men who
are rvoogniied by tba military antbori
ttaa aa having comparU information of
the around around Haujuin, Jurairua.
Santiago and the entire field of praaant
war operation. hae lann at tba war de
partmentment. Thay ana Oaorge W
Pfeiffer. engineer of the SpanUb-American
Iron company, and C H. Zeigen
furat, general manager of the Juragua
Iron company. Thay will be aakad to
join (rcneral Hhafter'. .Uff to aaaUt in
the advance of our army.
When war waa declared tba Spaniarda
began deprwlatloni, aay that gantia
men, and much of the iron property waa
destroyed. Rut the fine oreaat itaajnar
of tba iron comiwny, reaUteti all efforta
at deatmction. and haa proved an ef
fective mean for lauding our troopa
and torea.
Mr Zelgeufunt aayi Juragua exiata
only in name, aa there la no town what-
v. r The town urota-r la calli.l Sibo-
najr. Thia town I.e. on the coaat, white
the railed Juragua la four milea in.
land. It U between Siboney nnd the
Jaragna mini- that Shafter'i tniopa lte.
Mr Zeigeufunt aaya the ground is
densely covered with undi-rbru.b, with
few patches of broken ground. Thi re
are no roadi tbu. far east. Tba only
thing in this line la trails wide enough
for a htirse or one man. Tbey would be
of no service ft light or heavy artillery
or for any army, unless tba i.nginears
clean them out.
From SiWey west to Santiago the
Iiroepect for the rapid advance of oar
army la much bi tter Instead of trails
good rmd now run toward Santiago
Mr Zeigeiifunit ways the company haa a
goal railroad plant running from Si
boney direct into Santiago While the
Spaniard, have di .troyed the Santiago,
and a considerable part of the track re
main. There were nine locomotives and
several hundred Oat cars. .0 dolas, etc ,
. :. !. Mi .g. ufur.t left Si
Inner There is only one bridge along
the route It crosses the San Juan river
aud is regarded so essential for the use
of our troops that three warships from
1 Rear Admiral
Sweet
Talk.
Extra Fine HONE
in Comb or strained
7 CTS. PER POUND.
YOURS TRULY, '
JOHN B.
1
sr. .
over this Line Ma
FINE IMPORTS
and see if there is anything yon want.
Creme de Henthe Cremc de Cocoa
Falcon Brand Holland (iin.
Veno Vermouth Maraschino
Pale Orange Bitters.
ALL THE LKAIHXti IIUANUH OF LlCJI URS.
IDXJ1V1V db DAL
1
s .
Mosquito Lotn
it Soaps.
Sampaoiri
it with III
manoii 1 r;
ig of troops.
"I ten
T'feKTe
nt
Sw',.i' king the coaat
f
if
lays tba city ha practlnafy no tlefensaa
u the tend .ide. Th are 110 walla.
rasajaution r the
opinion. At the c
if the war It was thought
MS
aid
tea tnat the war
American water,
hat the American
lake war their own
... .
way, and they are intweii unven to re
taliate uim Spam 111 thia m. inner, ow.
ing to the tactic, which Spain haa cho
sen to pursue.
It i now p
are fu.ly en
I
ONLY 50 cttNTS PER CASE.
ro i ii
1 tut, u,,w nrenaMSt
W HOLI .ii. Ml
ore, at H bob sale Ketai
i .i.rrz.T: , -
m ' ' Hi I .1. tr.. .
arsia s p i . .....
aaSsaaU aaasfr
late Froprielor and ll ittTsr.M Vs , -Rem.
d f..r . ilreatl .n I'vat. .V 1
Candies, Iruil., Nut., rtr. '
olic '. : ( 'in r Me.
i.illy initxl to give us a trial
f.trtnre, and give prompt attention
SONS, Bryan. Tex.
..Tl
ICI'I' IS
A REASON
on m
alaai.grtitx-i---r -Prices
on our SPRING STOCK at lTJ l la. ll is M longer a
juration nl I'r .lit with n The iitiation ii HOW tO DIS
fiHf I m sioi k in riB fVllilsBST WAl m i fn tha
t'ASH for i- In order (n iln thi vi- huve itniugurrtleil n
jUNEHfARHiiG SALE
IttlO Hi', lie
your allcntiim
GAINS in
j i.nly Wt.rtb :pr now al
" " IIW- now at . . UK'
" .lapanai worth IV now at Ida
.nlillla Cohl w .rtb Iftenra at.... V
I'imily worth IV si HV
' Ilk at U
" Jtv at ISn
f.awn vtorib lit at IA
" " 10c at . 7c
Mlk Challir worth $1.00 at. .
Rilvrr Star Madras worth lot now . HV
l.adia Wateti worth Me 17.
ttivarfide Madrai Bbtrtlng worth IV
nnw IS
lot Mstting worth I vd toeliiseai 17c
lot Mailing worth I ... - t . oaa al 111
iiel.it I ilit Shoe, worth f t .'ill to
close nt ft U
.lot Red Sl,pi,ra w .rtb l M pair
to cluaa at "0
I HI 1 1 tltll I FWTOM HU'B.
(Wht. sent on i : -1 1-.us mission ..i die.
cowry.
bis fleet to i lerci..' go it ir- in .i..t-
ing into tlx- bill eat of Morm castle,
pointing out that the American army
bad advanit .1 that our own tnops might
be delay. .1 "ll tie i. l.-l
It is hardly likely any M-rmus action
will t taken by the navy nntJ tomor
row, liv tnat tiiiii' iin arw.' i-ii- i
led to be ready l another forward
HI II- WATK.R." Nature'a own movement
llradtnsrtera foi line Cigsra, 1 T),e dsamiie cnu .-.ui:n bred
Ibrse "'l lat night Tin y fell in !
las vicinity of alorro catlc and the ;
ca.teni latterie.
A lond exphwion ocenn-.! on hore
near Agunlon- It i le.....l tohaie
teii canisd by tho Spiimard trying to
blow up the railnud treatle near that
place.
It ia now said Jnr.igua may Is- el
ected a a iennani'iit eouling harbor for
the fleet.
(utav Weineck. an imlmarr M-smnn.
Udoiigtiig to the llag.l.ip New VorW.
was drowned Monday The New York
was eoaliiif in front of Micro in.tle
fnm the collier Alexander, when WYi
ii" k juuid from the co'.l . r in an at
tempt to get al.wrd hi. ow n .hip 11.
fell between the flagship und the r
and sank at once. The Nsly wa re
entered. The Dolphin h.i. gou. to tie Havana
blockaile an I the aWona and the Yank
ton have gone to the southern 1 lockadc
A bulletin issued to th. tl. i hy Ad-
SauiH.in ray fnim tho ifport
made by a nephew of Surgeon Herrv
Hill of the flagship New York, aeon-1
lderatlo tart of the damage to our
tnsip on Friday la.t was done l y - mi
milliinotn' mai'bino gun manned by
seaineu, so llier. w mod . v.: !. . on.
prolabtllty of the report of the n-o
ashore of the crew of Admiral 1'rveru's
iuadnn
GO FHOM
II I M.ii Will I...
it, Jon. Mantes ..mm.sa.
NVa.luiiion. Juii" JS' tinier. hA
Wt'ii issued for the immediate sailliu
another Urg' eipitlition to reuiWee
(sneral Shifter The wi dn-rs ths)
sail from Tampa will inolude aut
(s an men It i ui I :-i -'. tiry will
be taken from .. in-rat Sny. i S 1
division, Fourth army cob Eight
tne .;.rt- wi.l irry tie Mpedltion.
wbi h will nr.t go to KiyvVest, where
they w ill I. join d l.l-'ng luval
convoy and proceed to Santiago. It ll
ext. d the .tart wil't - today.
no fortification, no istickhoos- and no
intn ncemeiit. Anhing in this Una
! moat have baen pn'Op hastily within a
few wisjka. He asserts that the only
thing in the wfy of defense from tha
land side, to far as he knows, is a double
line of hart sstw ire, about 5 or 10 feet
apart, wi't tangle of the wire in
the Interring space. He calculates
with fop! marches (reneral I'sndo
might rstch Santiago within five or su
day
Mr Pfeiffer doubta, ateo, whether the
Cutsns could ttop this ailvauee of Span-
l,breiuforcementa. aa tte-ir mam l.siy
T AMPA. iswitb (reneral Shafter, and tbey eoali
ot hope to do much against Pando aud
10,000 men.
WHAT SPANISH BELIEVE.
to ii pirtial lint of the
bays to niiVr :
It A li
en Ii ft si
I fj
tl tm "Sn'lral
I lot Mia-ea Slipper
p.ur iios
I lot Mls-es Mtpaaan worth
pair nos; 75
Ml - MWH l.illy-Hrs.kett shoea
now only BJ
Kai I h.,e Ir.mfl 00 to S.I M) per pair.
Bora 'Knee int. sortli .00 f0
'n ait .. BJ saj
B m Knee Suits worth tVOO going
t 2 00
llovs Knee Suits worth .! UI going
... 1 n
lloya Knee S uis w..rib f.'Dii iroing
t 1 00
I ot Men - Mu worth 110.00 now Oil
1 lot Men - Nuds worth 8.00 now 4 00
Men's 1: a k Dress Suila, Uock or
"'' I ."SI
J mn V . jaTaaraaTr rw . J
Ti.., Thlsk Asserlraa. ..rT...i Haa
Thss Tbr tia al Hatllls.
npyrlabtstl. IBM. by las Assoriabd Pram
ltebutri, Province of Haiitiagn, June
17. via Kiugston. Jamaica, June 'is
-The Spanlh spy who waa captured by
the Cubam on Snuday, mpurts the Hpan
terda at Santiago believe that the Amen
cans suffered heavy lota during the fight
ing near Seillla on Fritter . both killed
ami wounded. The py also reported
there is much criticism of the Santiago
account of the fact that the American
tending was not contested at Hauiuiri,
and he also says there is very little food
in tl a city of Santiago.
Wllhla snjlil ol Kara Otk.r.
Washington, June '.'s -News from
Cutsa Is to the effei t that the American
troopa are within sight of Santiago
The outpiMta of the contending armies
are within rifle .hot of each ether, tten.
Shafter will probably wait for the big
guns before -bo final aasault is made.
HEAT POWD
The tent anil pro. ! 'h,1h ., the Mstrkt
USPIiCIALLY ADAPT!: b TO
the Cure,
It Softens ami I'ivm-iv.- tin- Skin of Adults
s I fftVI at Us a
in. noxious tin or "t pxceait i-r.-piratl
GOOD Ll
to Drink at 1
GLOBE Si
TAYLOR & COX,
SUMMER DRINKS I
Coolino Drinks, Stenothenino
Everybody treated Right,
Best Wines, Liquor and Cij
,THK HAMDY HIK III1N
ICE
Elegantly
THIRD
BatnuoM runtv
RWw Tsrk MsUsaaaw aMM in ws
l.s vsa.uti
Haiti.' f
TEN
Tii.
MORL REGIMENTS.
EXPEDITION
OFF FOR MANILA.
1111 nec.vveo ,m w i.ine .e:ir .im i, Hung; vx Stock
alaneMn LsMts
Ths strike si Ssnllaan.
Off Smtingo do Culn, June .'7, via
Kingston, Jamaica, Juii" 'iK I'uiteil
State uavr ami uriuv 1 ei cud to
to I0 iHI : itnke at Santiago toiiiiirflBVI
Ju.t RecJtved N. Line N. ur Silk Lining; new
Viilcn. jell Luce.
linn. I. til. I mill.
Juragua, .Ii IT, v a Kin.'. ton, Juno
T Major lieinial Shatter ha gone to
the front 10 cumuli itbliononil V i-
tr and division comniauders.
M ill 9mm Hi Irsl nitres
I ruin I lilrksiti.iif 1 1.. litis.
Cliukaiuaiiga. June No onlers
giving any further Information ahnit
the ni'.v ing of tre tr.mi 1 'amp Tlioni
as have yet !. n iue. by (onerul
Dr..k. I. 11 .ud official ay thet
have had no onlor to supply train aud
do in. 1 km m nhi. n th,. k.... rnnienl will
t'gin It mm -Uteil usnn gooil au
thority, that the regiment under or
der, will I- he'., 1 f..r several day until
their every noeil 1 (Supplied aud they
are thoroughly e,ii,. i-1 for service. It
i further t.ited ilo'ie tlrst i."i roginieuta
will be closely folio- vd by lo more to be
in from hep 1 . . ' 1 1
Three Tran.mrl. Willi Nir Thnussml
Troop. I .... , Hoi flen.ral Msrrlll
win r-iiow aa 9mm
San Fraiieisco. June J. Auother
fleet of tnnsport sailml out tbmugh the
(i olden (late to the broad lacllic yester
day afterms.il when tho third fleet of
Vessels haded with soldier and inppllc
for the Philippines honied anchor and
amid the screeching of a hundred whis
tles and the clanging of Irella and tl.
booming of cannon proceeded down tho
toy toward the i-ean and by night wa
on their way to the Philippine
The ships whlcli left carried about
4ii men rtr inuimaiid of (reneral
Arthur M. Arthur, who haa uiaite the
steamer Indiana hi flagship. The City
of I"ara, the Ohio and the Morgan City
were the other vessel to aail with the In
diana. The steamer Valencia waa not
ready for - .1 tint will tall with the New.
port tomorrow (reneral Merritf ami
bi staff will proceed to the winds in
tho Newport, which haa Uh u especially
COOL
nnd
I nviting.
"NAME ON EVERY PTECE."
LOWNEY'S
Chocolate Bonbons.
Patrons and Friei
Of Hrao-, Maili-Miti, Grimea, Ilnbertaon
Barlaaoii OwnMfw :
The combined Caplial and assets of companies rep
re.enteil by me amount to more than
Die capital and aaet of Companies I represent
writing GINM amonr.t to more than
I .'tnflilently believe that I can serve
than tiny one else in kMJ UM
town or Country.
htve an efficient office force, the affaira of which ara
management of KUANK W. Md'ONNICO
I iiisso reprean
Kiiintuhle Life Aaauranoa aMjl
racitic Mutual Life; Am
Fidelity ami Caaualty of
For vklrh I sa lh. siitjr salkorisssl
.im'isir r"ur o.ifj
vou hotter 1
of Risks, be
i
Cole Brojij
Mocra
, jin-tared for the service J
1
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