The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 208, Ed. 1 Friday, July 31, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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Vol. I No. 208.
MORNING. JULY 31 1833.
Price 6 ct3
n auvcr iuiit win
and they arc Fine I
Mew Lot Swift's Premi
and they arc delicious.
and it is the Best oirJiarth.
Joh&M.Lawrence & Co.
ml ! kind of Mineral Water
Auts it Anheuaer. Hunch Beer. Wholesale ami Retail deslen In
delivered Regularly t my part of the City. 1'hnne VH.
BTEVES3 TELLE AT THE FLAN.
II Bay. Ik. lt.l liWn Obtainable
Will H Turnn! Loom la S.w York
aail K.r I:b(Ih4 Slim -Senator J.
M. Tuaratoa Will n th. Cnnipalgn
Dkxtek July 30. -L. M. Stevens
w ho will hnre charge the campaign
of the silver party vVtth trltiuarter at
Washington D. 0. h.vi rtorneTfO
We will conduet s-"Vigorri ram-
gcnnlnp natiounl Democratic eonven-
tioD and national ticket with Demo-
"ratio nonriiiec ar aMured and Demo-trsta-
IuUva mnht nrt promptly to aid
in tUi iktriotic work which will my
the iiiiiiil home arid preserve unde-
flled f.urh of the party."
Cjru-i mi 111.. July 80. A footing
op vif 1 1 Ar.'tiirnn brought into the meet-
ing ijUW Kuox comity Democratic ceil-
triil committee show that f.4 Democrat
wyi vote fur Mf-Kinloy and T.'!i Repub-
lican for free silver. The rtnrn are
t-aied on "8 'thorough run ran of each
township. Among the latter are Sel-
di Oalo a bank director and foundr
uf the city.
Va.t.flinrlia Will Sprak.
.Toi-eka July 30.-Cyro Lcland Jr.
tTTT'MlTJd go" said Mr: "j rhfltnnau of the Republican state cen
tral oouiiitteewirei from Chicago that
fci-nator Thurston will open the Ib-pub-
best orator I linou campaign in Kansaa with an ad-
ii they. wil ' tln-as to tho lVpubhenn state convention
be ifn who furtucrlr. allied themselves ( at TT" ka on Aug. 1 J. Negotiation are
with tLf-'rt'T'TrWThan party. 'We pro-l : !o rjinignM to .ure tJoveruor For-
evj akiT of Uhi
hteveus7""toaker will bo snt out
and silver litTatare distributed every.
nra. Vill havo tin best orator
l(i th country and aa a rul
poe to iwamp New York and the Nev
Ijigland state witllt siiealt.T. Thi
gold men will find tlufy will )ia e buf
oca enough to attend to at heme. Wp
can't mwl money with tnnni J Imt wo
can meet niuiuWifb organisation. Tie
committee opUuTMer party wjl wijrk
in perfect hiyuiimyVkh the Di'innrratio
BILL OF i FARE
Manhattans a la Natural or Frappaed.
Sours a la Mode
La La Coolers a la " " "
Creme do Menthe " ' "
Boncdicture a la Naturel.
Club Punch "
Milk Punch "
Rum Punch "
Tin aWtrv n-iiovalor ar.e ptil up in artirtic Mle
by t Wi exiwrien.f.l irrailiiiitea in tlie att of Mix-
iiloey. If you nre in mill of nnrlliiriK of tli.it
kiuif lri in ami -e im.
DUNN & DALY.
ft M. WILSON
Xm TJCae rtCB warn VK Hw1hih en T
the Best and Freshest Groceries in Eryan.
. . . r rj- o.ir inr trir
w have tin Pickles Sauces. NEW and
FinoNt Flour. DAINTY Relishes.
CO. Fresh Cheese and butter always ON ICE
(iiT an call or rirtit 0 I'lIONi: NO. ? ..
lain ertr MAI tank
Will raraUk 0no.lt or aol ai Jrlrr I
UT of Sight!
THE VERY LATEST CONFECTION
5 Cexvts a. G-lcxss
TliU ll' most tit lii ious ml rofroshiiiK lisverapo and
ains nothing lul what the name implios.
.. JaVi. &
E J. Fountain's Drug Store
Hat befti rlrk'.inllr renttel lliMiilumt ami in no the lian limeat
and mort romplcte l'lurin icy in llryan. It V"U haven't ratio 1 do at
at onee and Vl ill be delighted. Only Dm More in Itiran where
regiatered phaitii u are eniploynl erliinely. lieadijuaitot fr
cito cura cito-cura Pills celery Headache cure.
Phone 5. K.J. FOUNTAIN.
k. I F.
Oftc l Jamei tni
d.v or annl
I all. .mwrr
Mr. K. 11. Tinker viill brttin induc-
tion in lieve'e ri.linn at llor.neville
bmhlini! Cnrr' m1. m.ind I."oii at
all h'Uir. Lidir only (mid t la u p in.
A i rat (tern ni (.r hl may I mad
HERBERT FORI CONGRESS.
yTM acr.t.ry a
mm a r.
Movtikjmkuv V'-i . Julyvro The
kIoit(ftinierT Adrytiiu'r whic ha
bolted the Di'morhtxe uutnmal titsfcet
in au edltnhai dtchwa the fvt tfit
them U a Ki'iiral motmnetit in Hit
whole county for the Hi puLlu-ani ta
liio for one of thine dim.
Cnto;.- 0July 30. -The U. R
Haye club of tlie Twcuty third Ohio
repni. iit will nut Major McKinley on
Auk. 3. TliL rlub ia conipoel of cur-
vivor (f Mi Kinley'i old reK'iuent and
the tni'uiWmhip i pcnnal tlmmKhout
Jade Advcxate Cieneral Matt IL Ki-
ll of tim national utalT of the Grand
Army of the H. puUic at Yonki m. X.
Y. i one of the tlioruand of Demo-
crat who write they will upport Mc-
Kinley and Mr FJli contend: "You
hall not alay Ameiioan labor with
BAD AFFAIRS AT CRIPPLE CREEK.
(Atrial. Attark.4 Tn Tortarlag CUImb
aad llilag Oth.r. Go fr.
DeWKR July SO.-A pedal from
Cripple Creek i to the effect that a
n inn of terror eiUt in that town and
that a Tioletit attack on Town Manhal
Jim MarahaU and I'olica Mafirtrat
Itob-rt Mullen wa mad. It U aaaerted
that tho uarehal niake refulor aaee-
mentaon the irambliog fraternity and
lliat rriKctable and lawabiding citlieni
re thrown in Jail tort a red and fined
without eren a prtene of a warrant of
authority. For aereral month it U al-
leged outragnou act on the part of
teTcral of the city official hart been
growing tnc- frequent and 13 com-
plete'y hare the polio torroriied the
peoplo that they hare not eren dared to
cntifno the act of th official. Among
the who bate been rrecntod are the
"boy preacher" Rice and bii wif.
(rmplioa la Fall Ar.lr.
Chicaimj July 80 ErideBo teuding
to (uUtantlate the charge of polio cor-
mptin in Chicago i in poMeion of the
Ciric Federation. A moTcment i on foot
to eerare an inrrwtigatlon of th police
department limilartothe Lexnw com-
mittee of Kew York. Charge include
ipeciflc cue rxtortion of money from
unfortunate of the city and of protec-
tion of criminal and emlcrimiual cIum-
ea. Captain. Lieutenant eeargent
dctoctiT- tnd patrolmen are included
in the roll i f dithouer.
. j; 1 1
' 1 i k '. w .
tunc aiH fiMCr GROCERIES.
Long eiperience In han lling nuly the
fieetUuelilv of tioola hi. given the
preatig" of guarantee lo tveiylhing
old. 'I'houelSo. H-4
t aoa'y iTomi.
C..'m Taliaferro liiiiWinj!
OpjUe Court House
V u .UUoW ((inti dt u! lerei ( ivr.
at J. A. Myen' h:inl are core.
1'npil in la in matin matte. etc. re-
ceivo. at any lini" during the niimer.
'XVi M(!i I.l't'Y M V JoilNaoN.
J. Kling ha " ecnreil the lervlce of
an t inert m atahle LorM h eing. Hat-
Uf.irlion guaranleel. '.'0(1.
The wagon mnleft will c1)m
irotntly at C n'tloi k . in Tucs-
il.iy evening (htoher loth. IS'.ii
Tl.e tiitet wi'.l j.oi.i;ivi1y close
on the dalo luwrJ anil no votes
'trr that time
ILART A. nrtlPtRT.
put no ticket in di.tnrt. where thenoaiid
money DrmocraU bnve the l-t oluiw
and for the IVtwrraU to tep atide in
dutnet where the Republican domi-
nate and that promiiifiit UepuUican
in Montgomery faT that programme
and have written Secretary llfrlx rt that
if he would make tho race for congra
in thia dint net they would t to it that
the K'publii'an wouhl mil oppoe him.
CALIFORNIA BANKERS FOR GOLD.
1hy Ar Afraid f lr llr a. lb
limrrmtlr I'latforut IWrl.m
8s Frami imh July 8o The Cali-
fornia Hanker' awociation ha iMucd a
pamphlet on the financial qmwtion. Tho
tiiMnber Ix-lieTe currency in the vital U.
fue of the pridntial campaign. They
ak th position that the plank in the
Democratic platfimn favoring the "free
coinage of ailver at a ratio of 18 to I
without awaiting a rimilar aoivption by
any other government" i a tnt dan-
gerou one. They et forth that U the
United htatc hould alone attempt the
free eolnago ol ailver at that ratio gold
Would be hoarded to await a preiiiiuin
or (hipped to foreigu couutric and ni-
ter alone remain a a circulating medi
um. They alw foar capitl would be
driven away credit parnlyd and en-
Ttir Ml ml Italia and Nominal a
D.txaa July 80. The utate l'rohibi-
tioii convention met here yetenlay. J.
M. Dunn of Aiti.ll wa made chairman.
Duly about "0 delegate were in attend-
anee. After the adoption of a platform
the following tate ufliivr wert nouii-
Fr governor Randolph (.'lurk Waixx
For lieutenant goverunr Rev. IL
liradford Dal la.
or attorney general Jame 11. tSofT
horcomptrtillei W . T. ("lavtmi. Oal-
For treaanrer JeMme W. llendeMon I
For land coiiiiniiwioni r W. Manning
For up-iintendent public iimtniction.
Dr. It O. Ilurleion. Waco.
GOLD DEMOCRATS OF IOWA
Call ImI for Ik.M In Mrtl al t
alular A a. 4.
Mrmum.toyx la July SO. -L. M.
Martin itate iximnuttwnmn hiui Uaueil
rail for a conference of gold aland-
aril Democrat at 1X Moine on Aug.
4 for the parptae of organiiiing nilj tc
ehxt a rcptventative to attend the In
('.iarapoli iueitiiig on Aug. . Mr.
Martin aay in the call : "The honor ol
rn. llTr llly.
Chicaoo Vily 3V-The talk of rtart-
ing a free nlver daily in Chicago wa
revived in Ik inocratic circle Saturday.
Thia time the name of Johu R. McLean
of Ohio wa coupled with rhe Hory. It
i aid that Mr. McLean ha made up
hi mind to a pond a few hundred thou-
aiul dollar in the ventnre and that he
would be hacked by men like A. 8.
Trade Thotnaa Cahan JoM-ph 8. Mar
tin and John 1. Altgeld. It U aaid that
the new aper w ill 1 nt.irt. d in a week
( two and will be calli-d "Tim Clilcugo
1-rt-uulr.l a nii.l la Mrklnlry.
Camom. U July SO. A ommittee
from the Uuivemity of Cl.imgo called
on Majir McKinley. They came a the
representative of the Republican of
that ichool to pay tl:iir repivU to the
Republican candidate fur theprvsidiiicy
and to pre nt to him a lifmize marble
but of hiniM-lf. The bunt wa made by
Han Hirw h the in-l.M tculpO r of that
boou aad F.Ullr
BK Wlf' Brolkr. .
ImhaxaihiLu July 30 Thoma K.
Prather a farm hand and Miet Maud
Dcalry a daughter of a wealthy fanner
eloped from Ganborn thia county and
drove to thia city and were married yea
terday. They then drova back to San-
born when an altercation took place be
tween I "rather and Clyde Dealey a
bjother of the bride. Prather drew
revolver and ihot hi new brother-id
law in the abdomen plowing an ugly
gaah in Dealey' aide a It went. Th
wonnd 1 very aeriou and may pro?
fatal. After glancing out of Dealey'
body the ball (truck a byatander and
cut off hi thumb afterward patting
through a baa drum.
FIGHTING THE RAILROADS.
nt; Ulm4 t Ot in
f rlwIu.tUa la Oral kalM.
Kan! Cttt July 80. The board of
trade of Kanaaa City Kan. ha re
newed it fight against the railroad oom
panie on aonunt of alleged groa di
cnmiuation agaiuit Kanaa City In
rati on grain. The Nwrxt of trad
rlaiuiK that the rate from Kan point
to St. Loni in ime eae i from 1 to t
city. The I m-t i fininhed in American ' ei-nt per 100 pound lower than the rate
Parian marble and mounted ou
Annlhrr ration ( all.d.
AnuiA. Me. July 30 The IVmo-
cratlc tate n.vntive committee decided
to hold another tate convention at
Waterville Aug. 6 to chote a gutT-
liatorial candidate iu plaeo of Mr. Winn-
HIMorlaa Klilnath Nomlaal4.
ImiIa!apilis July ao.-Johu Clark
Ridiwth of (treiticalle the hintccian
wa nominatisl for ciaigrwaby acclama-
tion by the Democrat if tlie Fifth dia-
tnct. Chairman lk.lpl.la H.ln..
Pakkfkbi u.i W. V. July SO
Ini A. lVlplain chairman of the Firot
eongrrMional Di mocratio eommittee
ha riigncd tKcaiiw be will not inpport
Rrynn and Si n all. Ho i fur a third
ticket and will attend the gold itandard
convention at Whiflmg. Aug. 13.
AN IMMENSE TUNNEL
It Will II lrlra Throak (J a a (jua
llAtt itTos Pa July !l. ( x Pro.
& Ca have completed arrangement fur
driving a tunnel through the jua Qua
Ke mountain to their mini at Reaver
Meadow. The tumid will bo one and
one-half mile in length and will give a
natural drainage to all mine in the
baiu. It will take two year to com-
plete the work and from an engineering
tandoiut it will coniire favorably
with the f anion JihMo tunnel.
Ili J total. Iu II nrtlli.it.
STANriUi Conn July M. The J.
R. Hoy ctule involving $1 (nni.oon af
ter iH'ing in ttie court tor even yearn
is to lie aettliil. An agnituiiit ha
In Chickens and Eggs To-day.
New MackerelFine as silk!
AT JOHN B. .ll.EtiFG.
Tho ONLY Line.
Operating through Coachet
Free Reclining Chair Car
and Pullman Sleeper be-
tween prominent T'jxas points
Ft. Worth Waco and intermedi-
ate puinr to Memphis and
1 oilman Sleepers to St. Lotfl
making direct connection at
both cities for all points
North Hagt and Southeast.
The bct line from Texas to
all points in the old States.
Rate Maps m! full information will
lie cheerfully given upon applica-
tion. 1. 1. tussox ;s. t. wmcit
T. r. A ft. Worth. Tea. 0. r. A Trier Tt
C. W. UBC.llflE
0. MT.t Kt Leal. Mo
W't take tsreriAL
TRIDB IX OCH rgX-
FCZIPTIOt D Kf A IT-
THE BF.T TRI OS ASD
Do Hot Substitute
from the ame point to Kaniuu City.
The board baa fucceeded In getting the
city council to ign a resolution protect-
ing againat three alleged discrimina-
tion and hit in addition Uid Ita com-
plaint before the state board of railroad
commimioner at Topeka.
Mia Set ea Vlre
Sri lit an Ind. July SO. The mine
of the old Pittaburg Coal company at
Hymera Sullivan county wa burned.
A eommittee of th miner' organisa-
tion viaited the mine Wadneeday and
aciught to indue the men at work to
quit but they refujed. Thi morn-
ing about S o'clock th watchman wa
raptured carried tome distance away
and the wwka-burned. The plant wu
equipped with th beat of machinery.
rf Ion. CTiarg.
HAixrrtoviu t Tex. July SO. Geo.
Kelaon a pmminent young fanner and
ttockralner of thi county who recently
married a iuot estimable young lady
ha been arnnti'd on complaint of Mi
Anuio Vuterklrchen aim) of thi county
15 yean of age w ho charge hira With
having raj -mI her some month ago.
XcImiu' examining trial it act for to-
d7 Indian Lv ArTalr.
Pi.kht O. T. July HO Near Ralnton
on the ArkaiiMu river. Rill Harm and
John Littlefaco two Indian; fought
for their njuawt. Harm vuihI Little-
face of trying to teal hi wife and
Litth face in tum accufed Harm of ti-
inn to elope with hi xpsvr. Roth men
will die from injnrie roceived. Roth
dpiaw pt inixed up in the fight and
received senoiu injurie.
Weekly Subscription Collec-
tions. Any candidate for the Kagle wagoa
ho de.iiea to aeenre the benefit of cou-
pon o ot'LiiU'-d ran call at this ofllce
and eecure li-t. of delinquent tub rib-
en at any poio(!Ws denirttl togetlier
ith blank receipts and far every dol-
lar turned in to us tickets wiil be is-
sued to the party making the collection
provided of course the subscriber is.
iliing. Suliecribei have tha right to
dirpoee of their coupons as they pleee
and no collector u authortied to go
(k'niiut their wiibe. Thi oiler to can-
didatet i free to all and some have
already taken advantage of it.
Bring us your Tre-
scriptions and tbej
will be carefully and
and you may be sure
of getting just what
the prescription caIIs
M. H. James
Thk Leading Drciu.i!t.
- -i - - - -1
Having worked in the fruit bus-
iness for eight years in UrsioS
county and teted many Tarieties
I will make it to the intercut of
those who may' want to put out
trees thi fall or w inter. I am
working the Sneed nurseries at
Tyler Texas. All trees guaran-
teed true to label. 'J1oj3
J. II. White.
Delegates to Com Ions.
Rratos county delegates lo demo-
cratic Slate conventon at I or t Worth
on Aug. 17:
J F Kave. A O Board A C BrieU S.
R. Henderson M U Buchanan C t
Jones N Cotman Jeee l.loyd O Tl
McRoy Cb Ycsmiiovtkl Ptterj
Tbonia. Jim Mathi. VB Hu.ltm I. J
L Mclnnia Malcolm Cur mi W S How-i
ell J W Beu-on JohnTuler F.J II avM !
J U Tabor. W rtipprecht ti U Tabor
To the Traveling Faille :
On the Iffth Uy of May el
thereafter will ee!l An idedt T'ck
t in a good reliable Company aa
tlOOO with to-00 Weekly Indemnity
for Six Months for Jl .00 !
Also Accident Tickets and Policies to
cover all accidents at Reasoui le
rates. Refiwtfully yonm
Re pre'tg Fire Tornado and Accident
Supplies for Ticnic Parties
and BARCECl'KS alway
ready. LADIKH re
yoorselves from cooxing in
Otto Bo chin 9.
Itraprral Charart.r. Itruh Jail.
Col.i KBls Ind. July 30. Alexander
iH-twccii tho parties and' Rell. horethief and Sim Rryant bur-
within one mouth the entire ret ate will
bo dmpofccd of. Thi i the rao iu
which Timothy H. Porter one of the
executor h fignri'd o pnimineiitly.
Wannlai Klrirk r Llhlalnt.
Romr July 30 The Italian arimrrd
wanhip Roma almnt .Vs.Oia) ton
plm-i-nii lit. wa struck by lightning
Wednesday and ranght fire. The
flame njirvad rapidly threateuiug to
reach the mngaune and it wa found
f.eoeiuiary to Mink the hip by thm-harg-ing
torpetloea at lnT.
glar bri kii jail here knocking Jailer
Hull down while he wa terving dinner.
RUnxUiouniU wcr put on their trak.
Rell had furmcrly served seveu year in
Half b Railam rart Hnrad.
Lovonx July 80. A di.patch from
IlfracotnlM a well known bathing
jJace in Xirth CWt Dtvonhire an-
nounce that half the busiuc portion
burned involving a lot of 100000 no
li of life.
lb. binrglM-tWm.Bl We.l.llng.
St. PaV l.. July 30 The w edding of
lieutenant 9. D. Sturgih of Fortrvta ' dcr of Mdm P
the nation a well as th premTvationj Monroe aud MimtRertlut Tracy lie-merit
tt priueiple of true Democracy A at only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
(take; and I invito the individual" Vm U. O. lVim-ut took place Vt.lntday
OiTRt of low wlio are IovbI to -beit levniiing at St Cietiii.ttt'a Fv.iiir-al !
faith to attend thia In Moine nn- church. A Uiye tnimlHir were prrei
fereucw. The (hue for -tli.il i. now aW.iCii all over the evur.rv.
Hang la T.na.....
Ja' xi July SO. IUrt tirr-en riilor-
ed wa hanged here for the. brutal mur
Mitchti'.l of llardemaa
txmuty oo lec. l'J lat. He pm-laiaied
hi. Inuticiice tit the last.
P Mitt hell T C Nunii. J A Hester v
B Hudson W C Bm elt K K Chatliom
CSliaioer RM Smith B I BuiUfk.
W Unclunan T V Ih.j-ett V. J Fouf
t.iin J N Hebderton J Thurmao
Tho Frame MAe Hunniiin C A
ilenn T. I. tientry J. W. tia lion M
V McMichael Wm Jerrieho.
To senatorial convention at HeRrne
O P McRov J L Fountain. Malculin
Carne. Wm McDonald W K Sua-
ler. S 8 Keuoedy Bob Adams C.
Boyrtt C A Adams.
To Judicial convenlion at Heaine
Aug. 4 :
J E Butler S R Henderton P Mil
ler. A J White K U Tabor L McDon
ald W S Howell W V. Kauodt-ra A A
Benbow W C Boyett.
To teprenentative convention al MaV
inonvtlle Aug. 5:
Mike lUuniftn. Pave l.Ud Thad
Suiiih i W Ct all ion Dr Addethold A
I While 1. M.Donild. Tom Frame. S
i m.i t. I s i;kLi.' rv4i Ris-j. w C r?TC.t.
Lokima. Ju.y W.-TI.- Luh IU1 ... vVrnt0bt. t.eo R Tabor. 8R
r-'AiU third te4'.BU C. huts Cl nnron jj. Wl.iCCS.
VOiUii't:. . I
MVt 1r nUtfittVwl t.4 xa4 t.U- f
fbaMrtvYAV trt4 4I(4 I CXW tp f kMp tiH iVf
ttsrv 4JAAitV TVhn sUvtsr. lsasslatNw
ta rtxsj. All f rwem mil It. it.
Sold in Bryan
JOHN B. HIKE.
Buy Your llcata From
mm: iv c. cav
S0l"T!l Market nul. r Aca W ol
SORTU Maket tn Z.-u:..t'.:i i: -A.
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