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THE BR YfllY "DAILY EksLE.
Vol. Ill No. 181. BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1898. Price 6 ceu L: HEINZ S INDIA RELISH. Crosse & Blackwell CHOW CHOW DUNKLEY S Celery Salad. Shrewsbury MYONAISE. THY Till; AHOVKon your Fresh Strained Honey. College Creamery i - IVORY SOAP IT PXOAT9. HOWELb BROS. THE GROCERS. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE i FINE MILLINERY. MISS St. LEON'S entire Stock of l ine Millinery must be closed out at once in compliance with legal requirements in such cases. Kverything must go. All Roods NEW AND UP-TO-DATIi and will he 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' B0TTLING AT THE fll ! SKIKTS ' f SANTIAGO ITU'. Aniirirur. Ami) Maa-.fri Almo.L at the liar bid Wire Fence Around the I'l THE FINAL ATTACK M A V BE DELAYED. Dynamite ami Calling 0MH to lie IVnJ to Clear the Trenehes I'sed by the ripanith. MORE 8PANISH TROOPS REINFORCE THE CITY. fiiarvatiuM There Marlag the I'eoplr la the Faw -The II.. ,1th of Ike America Army I vll.ut. I iihsns ! i. ."el Trim. Cf.vrl(kfcad. IM. I,, tk. Pr. tans v. ,.. " Jgk r- evirk. i boakMn good, a,-l there hart HO I ui iffecta hum I ho rhaugse it 4 law cae of dysentery, in d unlay Mr Coolidg received to clear (he rA Uvon I the Iron, where the ilrrum doublet back acmes i. for ths advance of artillery. A dynaunte iron anl a HntebkUs fan will be iuc Id position (ieneral Wheeb.r, who made a reron t -ii i of the laud, was unable to se nre a view of th. ntjr a anticipated, nitil wan rompelled to rlliub a tree. A major general of lb United State, army In the ferks of a traa surveying th- Spanish oulpmta through bu Said gla.ae. waa a .pei-fecle that gave some idea of th. wonderful energy of the ia-l.itig . x I'otif. .I.-r.it- .-va!ry eom-maiiih-r. Tbia act of aifillry In a man (a renri of age, put to l.lu.h many a younger officer of bla own staff- . ALMOST REAOY TO ENTER SANTIAGO CITY". Arc X.ar lb City In righll.g Troii, bl a ac.rcity f 1 ti.loo, I'rav.iia. WORKSHV an nsw iBBBjar Knlaiged and raflti .t alth New iiml Improv rtl Hlrirtlv I' I r I ( ln- .mil I -1 u-I l.i I r f orders, large or mal'. for a I'l'ltl', " I I SOU A I I l; a. I ft ONli Country Mer- .ovited to give in a trial and irivi- prompt attention it , V..P, Reese, u for i ...i...rrW I Hli, ! k ... 1 . . '"-, ante, ete. TIwmn' iH KSONS, Bryan, Tex. NIC i ate V WKI.I.S WATKK," --llea..tijrtere for Nature', own Hoe Cifara, a nore im x A REASON! IV aft S aa - . ?htorin- Prices on nor SPRlair: CTnni, aBWajBaj i it., i . i. fi , ' '".ywww . .i ,) ii,.r n in or...r t ,lo i, ,V(. hllv. i,IIUIg,lrntp,, JUNE CLEARING SALE ii'l invito jrOM attention o , ,,:lrj,l ia of II,, BAR GAINS we have to offer : 4.nly worth .lie now m " ISe now at In,. 'apaiiaia ,,rili V now at ltd ..II... .. 1 . ""OH IOC lill. .inllUla I or, i.ii- ll...ity worth !,. ,; " iue at.. i " ' at at Lawn onh le at " lOrat. ! JJilk Challie. worth I.ih) at r'v.'rHwr,M"lrM wor,h ,v : .ill IA. V,l.t. . o KMMMl Ma.lra. Shirting trortk'lle an , i .. ii... .. . I mailing o,ti:' ; torloaimi I lol Mailing worn. m.. . . ,' 0kjOasdfa Mm, aoitin;.".,:. lot Kad Slipprra worll, oo',V.r,l '" lo cloaa at ; . la '! .ia l(aj . 7r ,.vv nv S7i I hrl JOmi Slipper, worth f I iW ""w:: iw ' N"Plra aorth f I on UUW, , . n" ''"'y BraekaU Muhm " "'"J n or,. . .-,,, oo to per llov ing at. .'! Ml Jual Reo;ived- New Line N,,,ir Silk Htciii t.-n l.nee " Knee Nulla worth fA.OO going lloy. K,,.... siiiIm ;,.V,i, '(ftMng lb a Knii Wtii, wrtl, n 0i go'Bf ' !,::':r:!!'-ow,;;: Men'. III., .. I n..w 00 . ulIii (rocj of Nrt,k Mftotoiiono 4- Linin Ki new ai.k Oole Bros. At the trout on tha Hm (inarama. Monday, uoon. (x-r the Awrwtnl IVm dupatcb boat Wanda to Port Antonio, Jaaiataa, via Klafaum, Jane M -Th Amarwan front haa been advanced be yond tha oral rnwaing of Uih Kio (Jnay ama about a mil and a tug 1,-, tun" and a half milaa from the Spauiab BB tranrbmenta. Oeueral Lawton'. bngadr rr.t. on tbe road to Santtayo da Cuba. The Third Ulgad", nnder Onrral Chaffee, tha 8aiiteantb. Twi lfth and Strenth rrgi menta, hold tbe trench with bu com mand lying acroa. the ravl and river. Tbe Vint brigade--the Kighth, Twenty-aacmd and ft-eond MaM?bnat'tt under Ctenerml Evan Clarke, liae on thw left Una, iltghlly In Dm rear, and the Barond brigade-the Puat, Kourtb and Twi-nly-fiflb ooeuplei the opKtite po it ion on the right dank. General Wheeler, with ties caralry, la in tbe rear between the herilla hill and tbe Rio tiuayama. A atrong line of ontio.ta ia main tained. OneraJ Cliaffee'a brigade with 8000 Cohan- under Oneral Aguirre, and eercra: hundrt-.! under Colon. 1 (.on-aalt-i, waa tkirniiihtug towardi the city The Cubani bad eereral lifcht kir mtaaea with the Span tarda stationed on tbe billa on the Am rican right flank, and our autilutn.-a ooenpd tbu block honaea in that vu intty which wi re erac- uated before daybreak by tbe Spaniard The latter retreated toward. .U I'nU W f.l.U.l. . , m-JBEZ and n mL-BTnanaawu' tirn.rai ivjgfaBMH jOw ii.iiion ami Hon fumUioxl good mai of the city. formation haa been ohuin.il m StMlllKII UK-'.fll'O. hnh... .11. 1 out of the rity and giren thi mneir. op They report great diatreia in Santiago Thar any tbe Spanuh troopa are on abort rationa and that all f aupvlioi are be ing bald for their ui . Tb.rtckinth.b7 aW,wiaco, eay. are lufferlnf fW of f,. and they alan report that 77 Spaniard, were killed and that r? were wounded aa the remit ol the engagement on Friday with I a- a . . uwaan loungi and i'...uaw W eouimand. in. mot ttardtng informaiion ob tained free ' pociflcoa U that ainoo the aiiranr.' i.B, ,, ....... .-,... iafe aohllrr. h.ivr i,m,..l .. . . 'flnl. TLI. " ' " " "aicuient ia ma.lo.n authwyof0.neralUw,m. w. aiao or tbe opinion thattJenral l'.nao .The abl. effect . JonPtloil wh O.ner.1 Linare. at fe,nllaKO mere are two fort, of III'!.',', r i I . . 1. S" W'""""fp.UUhl,e..Fun: te Hlaneo, at th.. .nfl..,.. ... .. i -o.i Of -r. and S.nu fr.ull... ., ulll,w corner. On the road to Cane. . ,k . i . f aaa . mnm i a lort I hern ..n nl.-. no. - . m.i-ii in earn of theae fortuloatiom an.i around the whole cite 5 w- w at' i-mxiifKI w,re f., e.. Ire yard, .part while Juat 5?m Out. tUlSi. ",,r,''8,"ur two m,lM beyoml the Aiiu-rn-mi i , . i a line " . eatendlng from ft northeneitremltyof the city to Morro Alittl.we.,ofaouth..r.dUfneef about men mile. fmm ,,.,, , ton. headquarter. Haa af . - ..irni mail.. Tbe road to within I0t yard, of th. bat tertea wa. reconnoit.red by ana .urr recrntlr he ( 'ubaui leliom ir r.wvi ..... i off. Santiago mu.f y.eM. They eay Oer rera'a entire fleet eieent it... i..i boot deatroyer Terror, i. in the ,.rl,r. mm aggreiwiTo aaaaa l,v fh.. . la anticipate.1 fr anaayj ,ay, Th(, " '' '- ol .upnlie m.1,1 1. .rorllforetheo,,anl movement can be aafely made. At praaant it Uxwthe.,artornulter, department to the utmo., to get prori. ion. and aminunitlon Weneral O.reia, with 00 ,,;, wno UiHtetl yeaterdar. i. eX. ct., to n,eh lb. front today. The Auit.,ie, m lu M-B CniifriawUl. am it th. a At tbe front, on Kio inarama. Cr K.ing. June -fh, 4 p m., por Aaanci MM Frea. diapatrh boat "Onnntleaa," via Port Anionm, an I Kingston, Ja miica Jon- .! - I'm pa ntiona for the general advan f American troop on Santiago .. U'tng puabed lUadlly for ward, an.! the troop, an . all branchei of th. atrricw are hetug harried to the front. Oenr-ral h". nt't diviiioa, osa aiting of thr brig i of ( ieueral Hawk in. Co'on-: !'. arm and Colonel Worth, ha joineil (ieneral Lawton'. diruion, and with th. rivalry I'.iviMonof (ieneral Wheeler, four laittertea of light artUerjr, mtm ha MeWa oat hi the rear of (ieneral Ijwton'. ai.i.ion. The front atill ret ' ii tbe eaoood croaslag of Bio Uu.iyama nvcr road to Santiago, in the rear of tbe re .t of ScrilU httt, and a mile and a half lock. Tbe brigade of General Hatea, MM Thirty-eeeond Michi gan regiment and a battalion of the Thirty fourth Mielngan regum ut, which were landed Monday by the auxiluuy Tin-, t Ya .w.l r, ma. n H Juiagua or Sihoney. Tbe delay In the gmeril forward mov. im ut I. due to the l enlmirtancc .tores to tbo enough. Tbe advance it not be onlen-d until wry days ration, in bis kna CAN TAKE IT IN T Tl.ai I. ia,. Tlaa Say. Ho I n Washington, Jn ter baa reiorted t b. run ta indacat. s y u 8t it rapi ll .1 n m said, will avui haa three 1 mo DAYS. faaVii.. r SPAINWILL GET A TASTE OF WAR. Wbal I. ..e.ct,.i mt ,.,.. ,.....i,. W.I. aa'. riMi Wh.a it I'nwn ii.' Ailaalht. Washington, Jon. 20. -Th. war and nary depart menu dtaplay aignift cant eridanc of I be aggraaalTO ' forta to bo Immediately eurted againal Spain, growing oat of tha daaayaam roaebad by the admlnUtration that a termination of the war can only be se cured by bringing boot. diaromforU aa w.ll aa tbe horrors of conflict to tha greatest number of Mpantah subject, in tha shortest time To. wid. ettonalon of th. - 'uUn blockade the announced ' Untlon of hurrying tt.OOh additional Idler, into ''uoa: th. ir. of Han Juan d. Porto Rico, with tbe decUloa to dt.ua U-b ilonf Watauns fleet to European wateigtH gar. a new impetus to tbe energy dis played at the military and naval hanaV quarters, resulting in rash and bustte which had not batn equalled since tha week in April that waa mad. bUtortral by the prcaident'. ultimatum, the proo lamatloaof the Cuban blockad. th. first call for volunteers and the actual beginning of hostilities. The naval authorities arc manifesting tha livelieat anxiety to expedite the de parture of Commodore W.Uou's raid ing squadron from Santiago, and argent diapati he. war. sent to Admiral Samp son to have tbe Iowa and Oregon folly coaled and equipped to report for their lew duty before the and of tbe present week. By that time tbe fleet the aux iliary cruiser. Yankee, D.xi. and Toaa mite and tbe three colliers, Scan 11a, Alexander and Abarenda, will probably assemble ninth of Iurto Rico, whoa tha straight eourae for tbe Canaries will bo pursued 1ha naval r. fng.-r.it or ship Supply, loaded with fre.h meat and veg. tables, will immediately set out for tha rendezvous in order that tbe sailors of the fleet may be well fed on tb.tr long trans-Atlantic voyage. Th- department is also arranging to tart several faat colliers acnes tha ocean to i .... t tl . II . t in the vicinity of (ilb rallar about the middle of July. It ia ,-..li,,.- p ,1 - oik lu.n. that mam ol,- Ject of tbe squadron t. to infl. t punish ment on tbe important city of OadaB, beginning with tbe bombarilnaaga of it. ham o! toil, at sunns. by tbe Iowa and the struct ion of part a of after 24 boors notice idea being, liy tbe Bay Sweet Talk. Extra Fine HONEY in Comb or straine siAT 7 CTS. PER POUND. YOURS TRULY, JOHN B. MIK a Look over this Line FINE IMPORTS and tee if there it anything you want. Creme de rienthe Creme de Cocoa Palcon Brand Holland Qin. Veno Vermouth flaraschlno Pale Orange Bitters. AM. THE I.RAIMXti IlltANDH OF LIQUOBS, DUN1V db DA Motquito Lotion. Toilet Soaps, and True t ItM. Oser. sjsei QsaWMai, aw I ,nt at Fleaam asW.th.de- city by .hilling i. given, the of enortuuu. ' HEAT POWDEj The bent and I'nresl Powder on lb Mark!, HSPECIALLY AOAPTKI) TO INPi Has no Equal for the Cure of 'anug.'on.Iy n noun :rf rhararter. nd valuable easily with- a view, for ot-ratiotu tta chief public build naval Pktahlubment in range of the rant of the two ' Cniud States tettleehipajhtd those of the New- Dixie ,nd Yointte are relied on in this engagement prevent torpedo Imnu from apprising too near the battle. hipa, andta thi. work tbev mav bu as wsted y the rapid Are guns already Uounti "tl the , oilier. 'J-t . 1 ..1Mftxiirhi baia. Tie u fully ii of Spanish n in. . and it U beli. vmI k.M, ik.. h. Intends to tak. tbo town nnniedUte ly, and news of a battle might b. ex. pected at any time. EIGHT THOUSAND DONS. May in wmm n. .nH .f.ltai0 stesg it MM riar Waahington, June . -Oem ral shaft- St ll.l Pun.,. I . .... that Sr-noo, . -"- -'" ' a-.r U,. a.e A by tbe steamship Columbia, eonsidera- iti'iignation prevail, among Ameri It oneisaBf ot. tbo Hamll in.nl l. Tunc n P"PrU upplieo. (J milrs of Santiago BROOKE'S MEN Msaj JUBI tbo M.J.IM. o.r Ik. Bh .,,, to Hal. r t,ra vuicxam.iug, Jnuo Wl.-Tre U gr-! aatl.faction f. lt h p. at,g ,. n'pa ovtr the n port that 'J Io n- LA"' To II -1 i EA(JR TO LEAVE MANILA Orgsnf, 8 bed! my pricea. GOOD LI lo Drink at njottoiirnALaiioii ral Brooke will lie nmv,ii..l ..in. ...,...rT governor of Porto Rico. NB. or Ik. U ,. , i n.,,1, Washington. June g -(.eneral Shaf fer reports the health of his armv remark, ablygooil. None of tlM injure,! ,,e battle of LaOnasiii.i hue., m-a m.. h-sthan 160. The grav , of tha dead are marked so as to make identification an re Sh.fl., A.k...wl..g Th.aka. Waahington, June SB -The war da. panmeiit K,v, M ,he following cable v ' - i i- -if Ii IlCi1 ; ' " " I' oartmenr, Washington, June Major (.'e:i.ml Ml,.fi. . it. iiiiiiaiin- ,,,,: '" hi- lent d.roct. , t and his tlvnk. to ym, and vour army fr gal .ut aetion yeatenl.y, which I Wf u... K A. Auiu, " retary of War " .hi 2! Cul"' Jnno -Honor. S2 2?S? "' W" Waahington; Sincere thank, t the president for his rongratulatlona. I M,..- Major Uenerai," ran aailors and offlcen. ,t Manila over tne treatment of the captain of the Spanish gunboat Callao, which sailed into Manila ly aU.ot a week ft... ,k. battle and was captured by Dewey's fleet. Tbe Spaniards claimed he showed cowardice in not returning the fire of the Americans. After giving him a Spani.h courtuiartUI he wa. sentenced to be shot, but aimmodore Dewey came to hU rescue and took him under tbe protection of the American government Hundred, of people of Mami. tlig every effort to leave ...H ing MM loflloo for trausnnrt.,,..- the time draws near for the asaaW the American idlers, they .r, becom mora rest leas Another anxiety In oaea of the bomUrdtnoad ot Manila. U what th. Spaniard, wtl with the women and children ik cannot be sent to tbe Interior, as they "u"'"w prey ot It (j stated that an appeal will be made to tbe British ron.ul to mak. .rr ---..-....-in. for th. tr removal m case of l.im!,n. ment. Since leaving Mm bay on April n7 the Ameriean fli-et ha. Imh - - . . obtain fresh provisions, and the men nave been living on mil fare. Notwith sunding this, t'vre i. no .ickne.. among tbe crew, and all are patiently aw.inng order, to take poMe.,, ,j Manila The Suish soldier, ik.. are anxious to miet th. x ....... . . t an i r, , , S ""'' o T'"y " W'' r'""J With . rines. lloUwa a., lit, w Tai.ak.Hl. a s s . ..Miungion, jnne m - Th- in nate passed a NailaUim extending the thank of rongreas to Naval Constructor Hob son, hut wih an amendment whleh in oJnded tha names of his crew. Tbia i. the Hi -I time congress has ever r"cog ined ,, twlow cnnmlssioiied oftleera GLOBE Sj TAYLOR & COX, Pi SUMMER T.PTWC . ' Cooling Drinks, Stenothening EVERYBODY TREATED Best Wines, Liiqupp and Patrons and Friend "f "... Ma.li.,,n, (Iriinea, Roboritw, gj Tk a. i . - aiurirann t oU II Ilea Thero.MM. Capital ..derfcoeano-iJL rv rvwnien Dy m. amount to more than l,UtJV' The eai.il.! .n.l mm.. . r . ummm ' "inpaniea i iaaaaesnt ami writing UlNBamoi, ..ore tbaa J) I mnilently bolieve that I can nerve voU belt. , ;id , UHMl Hliv on etso in law I la St.k. yy, -' nisna, n met jwn or vaitintrv. hire an efficient offi, ,. force, the affair of whirl management ,,f Fit AN hi MroSSlVO M I a I Bali k llllM.tiaaH at KijUitahle Life Aaeuranoe Moris? of IWilir Mutual Lifi An ltat l ,r. Fidelity and Casualty of New York 1 . .. k . I t avawa aflu. . aw . . " V . kr'' '""'' ' eaar lfng, , -A.. X. McCON -TllK KANUV Kill III x are nl w Vnrl Tk. ,., 4ff.rtl. Koine, June 30 -The pop. U said ,0 tan-ally afft-cted by th.cours.of the l .apeno. American war and in view of his age .ud nervous prostration for sou. me past l. Maootoioi are anxioua al th'mgh bu physiotana declaro then, U no eauat- for nlarm Elegantly Refitted and ME ON EVERY PIECE." LOWNEY' (hocoJate ' ."--. 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