The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 180, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 28, 1896 Page: 3 of 4
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Houston & Texas Cen-
KLLT.ANT CHAIR CAltS
III l fiTOX
OiLnKAbO SPKINUS and
Via VL WORTH.
Ilctween Han Antonio and Kansas
City via llesrus and r t. Wurtli.
I'd ween Oalveston Houston anil Kt.
1-ouia via Ialla Mierman ami
in point in the fv.utJi-t. via
IIOIHTO.N and NKYY OULKAXS.
Writ Of rail na II 6 T. K. AfrnU
M. L I.HHINSi. P. AT. A.
C. VY. KKIN. Traffic Manager.
U. A. Ut IM.AX. Vice President.
W. . WILSON Ag't Brtae.
International ami fircat rlberu
The Mm ml Ills la4.
Ill uno df Urn bi.-i'ion the other after-
noon a atoop limlil rv.l man wlUi a
faded brown rani win clawingovcr the
but and trying tlum r.n one after an-otli-i
without Bi!nurliii to find any to
" bat i: an you looking for?" ak-
ed una of lii' .iliwiiifii.
"What siw!" lie s.iiil "Sometbin I
kin wear I rcSiii."
"Of o urw but wl-.nt's -our num
"Yun don't uimhfi n man when be
conns in here to buy a but ln you?"
"Ortainly not I iim-uu ViiUtt'a tho
nuinUr of th"
"Don't yon s'puse ' kow when I
ronm to a bat that fit mo? I ain't no
spring rhicki n( young man. I've bought
hata 'font this. Ton i ftu waitiu un
customer. I'll find what rmlookiu for
after aw Ml. I've got plenty of time. "
"Mo bar L Time ia mailing to me. I
M stand here all day and aM h fna
trying (ii hat bnt it Isn't necessary. It
Jim can tell lite what slaa erf bat cm
war I aaa give yin half a donen .f
that lis to try no. It will est you
aotae trouble and wr.n't bo quit a
hard on the assortment "
Th cuiiouh r r fleeted.
"Will that' rciinonnbla" h e;ild.
"Young limn I might a well lell yon
tin' truth. I've rlran furgot the alio bat
I wi'ar. I never con remember it I
know 1 weur a Na It sln though. A
No. 0 bat would 1 about tl" right
thing wouldn't it?" Chicago Tribuue.
CAUGHT BY THE WINONA.
Thm fc.r t'M Takea la rkar4 Wllk
C'rrlaf Am ta raeaaa.
Kr.T WrAT June. 27. The steamer
Key Wwt which left here Wednesday
with a Cuhau eipnditloo arrived bar
yisUerday in charge of Lieutenant IUy
uf the revenue cutter Winona b hav-
iiiK been captured off tin Florida coast.
Tli Winona alan ra)tand the MonmiT
Thre (Vienda which ia now on bw way
bi-rn. The carro and nrnn on board the
Key Went War to have been transferred
to the Three Frienda. Ilia arrival haa
rrcr'ed mnch exciteinent. An immense
rro'.Jll waa on the wharf. Oreat irnlijf-
nation ia eipreaaed by Cohan and Amer-
Oasmaa Tares Ills Tactlea
New Yuux Jan 87. -A special to
The Herald from Havana aay the
daily paper (jive prominence to a cable
dmpttcb from Madrid announcing that
aeveral imprtanl conference detwenn
Premier Cutovas and Ben or Gasman a
prominmit contervaUT leader of Oaba
bava bevn lield aino Onrman reached
HpaJti. It la reported that Onzman
at first bitterly opposed autonomy fi
nally avreed to accept the government
plan plnltring the Cciunervattve Spanish
party here to cooperate and carry the
new meaanr Into effect on ooudltion
that it be allowed to continue in control
nf the balk of the national fctronair in
q a p
Points in Mexico
Texas and princi
pal Cities North
East and South-
cast Kaas lbs fastest Trsla la Tessa.
"Fast Mail No. GM
Thrtmfh ileepar boUi Wars Wwi
UREI0. RAH AXTOSIO Al'HTIS
AND ST. IX)11S.
FAX AXTOSIO AI STIX TAYLOR
arul VORT WORTH and KANSAS
CITY via HKAKKK
GALVK.PTOX HOrsTON PALES.
TlNtand PT. IjOI IS
Call on the nearwrt Ttfcet Ajent for
full Information at to rate time ol
I). J. rUU'R A. U. P. A.
T.M. CAM TDKI.U General Manager.
J Mr. Folkaraoa' reldenr In th
F.aatern part of Uwn.
Tba Craw the Teasaat bjm! the Taril.
Once jipoti atimn tbo vIllaT went
lt)n' mill and complained:
"OVi .i man I Woulil lie protected
airaint tl.nm.vv. Jtrf rrery five bill
of ci ii :i I pleat bed iff pat least one."
"Take a rlinir aiel I will ininire in
to the mutter" r-pliel tlie citili and
having acnt f r Hie crow lie iiiiii)n d :
"la it true tbaf ym roh thi villu rl
at hi uew ly planted rum?"
"I have tM.cn i.f bia rorn. 0 ciuli"
frpliel tliecnw "bat itixtcad of com-
plaining be rxiKht to fevl KratcfuL "
"Why I y reducing bin nop cn fifth
I have rnluccd hi lnUr in
"Tbat'e prrtty ?! phiVnarpliy."
aid the raili a be picked the ia out
of hi venerable got "ami I will ait-
lee the villagiT to art 141 It Let him
bring out hi gvn and abont one enw
oat df every Ave and hi rorn will no
lunger be disturbed!"
M'X -"II may b true thai fow
awile Umb tuWiskd of aliecp" aaid tlie
Jlg to tiro prisoner "but we are try-
ing thia cai with the wool ooT' 1-
tniit Fn ITiwc
ALL MAY NOT BE ILLEGAL
Tho OSLY Line.
Operating through Coache
Freo Reolinitij? Chair Can
nnJ Pullman Slvor! be
twrfn prominent Text pointa
Ft Worth Waco and intermedi-
ate poinr to Mcmphi ami
V- -rullman Slecpcra to St. I.oui
) tuakins direct connection at
both citie for all pointa
North Ealt and Southeast.
The best Uno from Tea to
all point in tho old Stato.
Rate Map and full information will
be cheerfully given upon applica-
tion. 1. 1. iUSS0 S. . WiRM-R.
C r A. ru Wi.rUi. Tel. 0 T. A Tyler Tex
E. W. UBE.ll 'MK
0. P. A T. A. HI Lmils. Mo
I l.ave tbiadav M to J. 1. Tcala'c
mv nalivm in Hryan known a the F
nition.biL'etbpr with all lbeoiittainl
ins aciount due me and which every-
lmly indebted to mo i!l have to aettlc
with Win '
F.nni. Tia June IS. lS.i.
NATION AL COSVI.NTIOX
Tbel. Ad. N. ' TmnJ triP
ii. lis at one fre (or the Mtind t'ip to
ll-i National lHmocrUc convention
Cbicar Jnv nJ - "r IVpul'a-
w-ni.n St. Ifllli. J"!y t11 on
aent for selling date and partioulars.
P. J.pniCK A.G.P.A.
"Toa fight yonr way thrnoch the Xw
Onlneo rVire; ym are rn dairy rU of
yoarUle; yo ejieai oa w ewnirry
aad JTH jro are ot m tnarle Mia anril
you are attacked by a- wrefehed ewpa-
fn." ahe cried.
"That U the) rtiwdpnrnt of the people
who at 11 book ao you nuiy dejial upoa
it bring the standpoint nf the faxiple
bi buy W4m" aatt by.
"I ran quite l licve it" aaid alie.
"Mr. CxTamt the rxinlirt U ma
down to dinner last night and be tdd
me the only thing that will makcpeopl
buy biKk i aeelng the author' portrait
In aome of the illuarratcd paper ot
bearing firm mie nf the Interricwi
which an piililu-liidrcKnnling bira that
he never could take engar with hi cof-
fee. Tlie review of hi book are only
read by hi brother author-and they
never buy a book Mr. tieraint aay. but
the interview are read by the gvuuin
book buyer. ""Phylli of Pbilmtia."
llwlaM Wa4arcl la Dew tmmj ta
Fl aavaral Wlseoasla ftM.
MlLWAHr.i June J7.-Attorneys hare
maile a diaoovrry that will at lcaat tend
to reassure the holders of Wianinsin vil
lane bond although it may nut obviate
the necessity of holding a apncbd meet
inar of the legislature.
The New Jersey auTireme court in a
cane which fit the Wisconsin lt nation
etactly hold that officen da facto elect'
ed in good faith by the people have the
power to perform the earn acta a
tbe sani ' though elected by a legally inonrporated
municiitali r. The decision also mild
I that acta of nch officen will not be et
aside and that they art to be considered
I aa valid and binding when committed
; In rd faith. The only person author
ised to ejoeatioa. the authority of the of
ficer de faoto the judge hold la the at-
1 torney general of the (tat.
If the dedaien la upheld by the Wla-
' coutin tuprem eourt and thsr does
I not eem to be anything to prevent It
I it will have the effect of legalising all
! bond laawea and all otUirttosM mtraot-
ed by IA nllac and their ofloer.
SHOT FROM AMBUSH.
Basal kVeOtwar aav4 rat taa Aaaasn
4 l NcrHl tii.Msl
I Wtxirro!! N. C June 17. In Alle
gheny county Friday night Scott Mo
Graw and Pet Poup were ahot and
I killed from ambush by aaknown parti a.
Iinth men were prominent dtlaeaa.
MoOraw a few yean ago while Jailor
1 hot and idled a member of a parry
which lynched a man named Slaughter
from Virginia It ia believed ItfcGraw
waa shot by frienda of th man he killed.
There U talk of a lynching If th guilty
partiea are raoght.
Tbaackt H Las II U R4.
A few duy snn-e m p ntli nmn whilit
taking a rule with hi groom had the (
misfirtune to have hiinarlf and com-
pan Ion thnrwn violently to tlie ground
by bia bona taking fright and ruuning
away. Tbe gentleman was not seriously
Injured hi principal loas being that of
hia wtA which had bn-n diaken off.
bat be found Pat in a much worse con-
dition with the blood trickling from
hia head and holding hia master'a wig
which he waa surveying with the nt-
unait alarm and hormr. "Well Pat"
aaid hi niaatiT "are you mnchhurt?"
"Hurt ia K? Oh 111 aster do you ae
the lop of my lieail in my hand?"
Pat in hia terror and confusion had
mistaken hi master 'a wig fc hi own
natural w-alp and evidently thought
that hi lust hour had arrived. London
Kaowa by Ilia Walk.
A tutor of one of the Oxford collrgea
who limped in hi walk wa aome yean
ago aocoxtcd by a well known politician
who aiikcd him if bo wa not the cluip-
lam f the colli p' at such a time nam-
ing the year. The doctor mud he waa
Th interrogator observed "1 knew you
by your limp." "Well." auid the doc-
tor "it seemed my limping made s
deeper ImpneKioii than my pn-acbing. "
"Ah. dirtor" waa tlie n'ply with
ready wit "it in tho highest compli-
niciit we can Jy a luinister to any that
he 1 known by hi walk rather than bj
hi oouvt rnt ion. " t. Louia Star.
LawatNOcriLUt nia. June 17. W
M. Milligan. a farmer living al Lukln
thi county waa called from hi house
between 8 and 4 o'clork thi moratng
aad killed by two unknown man. One
attracted hi attention aad the other
fired three (hots at him oha taking af-
fect In his breast killing him InataaUy
Reason ts unknown. The shell 3 and
posse with bloodhounds are on th track
of the murderer.
BIG TIME AT OMAHA.
Tlie liwt report iwnii-d by the Pnstcnr
institute in Pari shows many gratify-
ing nwlta. In the year lMiS i.f.jo per-
son kuITi ring from r. it'ii-s or iiiiiiii'iit
nihil wire iiH.'ul.itnl and oiily t
dit-tl. (f tbepiti' iit l.'.''i'l wei' lYi'iich.
173 KngliiJi HI SwiM W AiiKlo-Iudiuli
11 SlMiiiiidi 0 Piigiiin. fl Ihiti li 3 r.gyp-
tian tini k and 'i Turkish
JouraalUlle flnlerprlM In fpala.
A journal at M;ulrid trie to Increase
it circulation by printing lt news
lint on paper but on rloih. InMcail of
ink a ciiniiition l nai'd which n iwlily
dinaolve iu a lihcml w Iit batli. After
atmorbiiig the new the nailer merely
plw-ca the sheet under one of tV public
fuutituiii for inst mice and there i a
snowy liamlki'rvhit f.
mm4 law Jtela la raahraf
the Ttaaawlaateel Kieaaltla.'
Ostana June 17. All Nebraska an
half of Iowa joined In the ratification
of th TranamiaaiHippi exposition at
Omaha Friday night JoOO visitors par
ticipating in the affair which waa con
ducted on a most elaborate scale and In
spite of the brief period which was al
lotted for preparation it waa one of the
greatest gathering in the history of the
One of the biggest and most interest
ing parade that ever marched through
th streets of the- city started at
o'clock. There was music and fireworks
galore and the show compared favor-
ably with even the greatest pageantc of
the last Ak Sar Ben festival local
civic and military organisations partici
pated. and the troop at Fort Omaha
lllva Tea Year.
Dr. Mohm June 37. 8. B. Dawson
the murderer of his son-in-law of
hour Walter 8cott. because of ill health
wa given the minimum tentence by
Judge Holmes 10 years in the peniten-
tiary. If his conduct is exemplary he
cum work out in seven years liawton
took the sentence cooly and ld it
cam aa a birthday present belag bis
Hanged For Wlfentenlar.
i simi'.Ln tr.. Juno 37. Carl
Alln :bt was hanged here yesterday for
tlielnitAl murder of hi wife last Janu-
ary. She supported him by taking in
washing and tecaiise she did not tnrn
all the money earned over to him he
killed her. The execution wa private
and passed off without Incident.
Adjuaraed ta Meal al Mlleaakaa.
niriAU) June 27. The aupreme
lodge of the Antiunt Order of United
Workmen ha adjourned to meet the
second Tuesday in Jane neit In Milwaukee.
power to the-..' r J
mint creditor. This
will uot be wir"d ur.
and tieculation but ii
vere practical ejrxnn
dearly acrinired know
The great body of
whr ther want and
nr ther want and I ; a a . .
nab iijaiikrjradB Jneffy
thij iDontb or Jdne.
July is now with us and indications are
that it will be the "hot stuff."
You will need.
The remainder of tlr
nean nnrmnin rr.IIVii."
my careful roinidi-ra
gratification to me ar
be to you and Bepnl4
and to all our people
sions of it dec'.arntiot
so din-ct clear and en
t) plain and pi ell.
chance for douM or q
puq.iit and menni: j
" wa WiUacui
r Cooler Shoes.
jLhis month will bo
closed out to make room for Fall Purchases due August 1.
Margins have Wn scaled in order
to in.bU.re a quick feejv Halo ot
all Summer (ioods
You may prepare yourself
for this best Summer Sale
Scrape up your Dimc3 and Nickels and see
how far they will reach.
r fji f fr
OPENING DAY OF OUR
GUARD JULY REMNANT E
One Grand Sweep to 'Close our July Bargains.
300 pieces Fancy Wash Goods White Lawns and Nainsooks
Ladies' Gauze and Lisle Vests this month.
Swiss Edges Silk Cotton and linen Laces to close out stock.
GENTS' SUMMER CLOTHING.
ODDS AND ENDS GENTS' IiUSINESS SUITS.
Drew Solby & Co's Fine Low Cut Ladies' and Children's Shoc3.
BRACE UP! FIX
While tho Assortment i3 fairly good.
LmJ U L nt V-tJ li mmJ
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Carnes, Malcom. The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 180, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 28, 1896, newspaper, June 28, 1896; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth319354/m1/3/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .