The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 210, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 2, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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THE BRYAN DAILY
Vol. I Nc. 210.
BRYAN TEXAS $JNDAY MORNING AUGUST 2 1898.
Prico 5 ct3
Total Dead In the Wreck
Near Atlantic City.
and they arc Fine I
Mew Lot Swift's Premi-
and they arc elicious.
and it is the Best on Earth.
15113 WATT n
I II I I I Manufacturers of-
John ES. Lawrenca t Co. sod seltzer
nil til kinds of Mineral Water
Aaente for Anheuaer Buach Beer. Wholesale unit U-taiI denlers In ICK. Ice
rlcllvered Itegularly finny prt of the City. Phone 7H.
BILL OF FARE.
Manhattans a la Natural or Frappaed.
Sours a la Mode
La La Coolers aja " " "
Cremo do Menthe " "
Benedicturo a la N&turel.
Club Punch "
Milk Punch 44 44
Rum Punch 44
The aNive renovator are put up in urtirtic ft It
by t ) i'Xx'iii'inl grilu.tt- in the nrt of Mix-
ology. If you are in ntl of anything of that
kind inp in nl u.
DUNN & DALY.
g M. WILSON
IS XXX JC n a CM wbara Uia It9iMkMH y
the Best and Freshest Groceries in Bryan.
. . . Try Our 1.1 no o
v haf tho Pickles Sauces NEW and
FinoHt Flour. DAINTY Relishes.
CO. Fresh tec and bnUcr always ON ICtid
Give am rail or ring no IMIONH JVO. ? V.
Jk. W S-ra.. .. -V MAUJ'j
Very Cheap ly.
aalalra Srr M. A r. !Unk Will rurnWh (lands or not u dnlrrd
UT of Sight!
THE VERY LATEST CONFECTION'
This is the most "Miaous iinl refreshing bsverngo ami yon
ains nothing 1ml what the name implies.
E. J. Fountain's Drug Store
Ha been elegantly refitted throughout and i no the handsomest '
nl nio-l complete Fhartnary in Kryan. If y u haven't rallel do i
at omit and you aill be delighted duly Dn'u Store la llryan ahei
registered pharmacists are employed exclusively. Headouariet fur
cito cura cito-cura Pills celery Headache cure
Phone 5. IS.' J. FOUNTAIN.
k. s. r. Miii
rilY8..UN AND M'HOKOX.
Offlta at James I'nI store I alls sii.wrr
dsv or alibi
J. W. English.
STiPLE W fiMCr GROCERIES.
Iong experience In handling only Dip
Beet Quality of Good haa given fie
prectig of guarantee to everything
iold. 'I'lione No. 114.
.f. w. i:ncjl.inii.
ARMSTRONG it NAGLK
0"'- In Ttliaferm IUiiMinjr
Opposite Court Ilou-f
J WWndatlow rate of interest.
Populist Kvenitlve Committee
The following nnmcd gent'cuien com
poe the executive roiiiuilttee of the
Popii!it parly o( ttrai.it couuly ;
Precinct No. 1. J. M. Robinson post.
( fllce Million.
Precinct No. 2. I. 8. Cook postofflee.
Precinct No. 3. A. W. Khesley pott
Precinct No. 3. J. S Knuirk.
I'ipi inrt No. 4. 0 I). MrCorquodale
ricrlnrt No. 5. P.J. THckett pott
rre liclN.6. J II. WhwUr pout
Tn cinot No. 7. Y. I.. Barron pot
Tm inct No. 8. A. M. lluglieo
oflica lolli'pft. .
. J. A. Bi (miT.
Cha'rnMn P. I. Vrsuci county
OUE PERSONS ARE STILL MISSIM
II II IWII.T.4 Th.r An AaM ThoM
Tm ItoAlf M.(U4 la II IdrallSwI.
II la lha IinIm Tkal Ik. Iaaa
Faglaaar la lt.poa.lbla Far Ida Tar-
Atlantic City. Aug. 1. Confonioo
txiata bora regarding tho rui: nnnilx-r
of penoat killnd In tho accident Thara-
day night. Fort budina have ben
identifiod and fonr artf nnldi'utifled bat
rlatira and friend of four othem won
Tt known to have Iwn on tlie rirnr-
Ion tram hare not been able to find
thorn. Aa I bet wntrk haa bcon clrared
way and no aitditimial bndina wtr
found In all probability thry are among
thoan nntdontiflod and that rtlatWea or
frlniiU hara not t?u able to r(oufrniz
thuiu btvaiuo of thoir niatilatod condl-
Uu. Thia would plaoo the total killed
at 44 and lujnrM at it.
The body of Thomaa Kelly f f Klmur
. J. haa been identified and a rnral if
tho iujurvd are itill lying iu a critical
condition at the aanlturium.
An imprvwion pn-Taila tlmt the ro-
ptHiaibility for the aw ldnt rl npm
the dead enginwr Hdward Farr. ThTfl
ia no diKjiate that the aignal to oome
ahead aa given to the S'it J'-rtey n-
camion train and U ao the danger
airnl ninut n"renrily be given to the
Heading track by the automatic ar-
rangement. Higua'm w hen ohm aet Uv
wtne locked and caunot I ri le wd nn-
Li. boll tralni have ohaxed the point.
Before tho liguala are manipulated a
red iignalf ia ornatantly dlilayid to
betU Iracka indicating to all engineer
they inuit ilow np on approarhing the
roMirig. The theory U Farr did r.ot
alow up and could not do o to time
when he aaw the Weat Jtvaey train ap-
pnachibg. It ta hu had been laid off
fur two weka not.lrmg ago fur not
making gtvid time and it 1 inppneed
he trying to make np fur tun by
miming at a high rate of speed.
The enroner'a to'iouat hna hca again
piatiwHied and Vireiuaii U llunUhan of
the Keading trai who laved fcue life
by jumping will probably b the princi-
The hut of the dead ao far ia aa fol
C'harlm Mala nridgeton.
John tiriver. Ilridgetoo.
Charlea IVkler Sal. ru.
Charlea IcOcar Dribeion.
Ur. and Mr. Tmnrhanl Bndgeton.
8. I. Mnnhy. MiUville.
Juaeih I'etua Hridgi-tou.
J. I). Johnmin Ttridgvtou.
Charh D. noarrougha Hridgeton.
Rody upiwatxl to be CharU S1
H. F. Iloll Ilri.lgeton.
W. C. Loojier nhdgtton.
Mr and Mra. V. C. Goldsmith
Samuel Thorn Atlantic City.
Franklin Dubnia Clearfleld Pa.
J. Ernent lthdgetttn.
A woman's body supprwdd to be that
of Mia Jennie $hcpard Bridgeton.
Mary Wentaell. Alloway N. J.
Uddie Carr Dridgeton.
Piarl Muta Bridgeton.
Mr. Elmer May Taleatiue X. J.
Mr. H F. Bell. Dridgeton.
Anna Freine nridgeton.
Edward Farr Heading railroad en
gineer Atlantic City.
A man unppnaed to be Charlea Kiebert
Charlea May Paleatin. N. J.
!!. Wood ahipping clnk Camden
(1. B. Taylor addrta unknown.
Jannw U. Bateman Bridgeton.
A Uiy alxmt 13 year old mppuaed tc
be A. IVter
Rev. A. M. liOnper of Yorkton K. J.
Tillie Leed. Rrtdgeton.
Lydia Carl Hancock Bridg.' X. J.
Mr. HnltieLooper Bridgetnu.
Nannie Cheney Brldgeton.
Michael May Bridgeton.
William Sliding. I'hilnlotphia.
F.lmer Went tel. Brllgeton.
Jlenry Hnghea Bridgeton.
Mra. Mary Frvaae KridiVn.
Mra. J. I). Bateman IhridgAton.
William P. Hirkettirid't.W.
Joeeph Cheney Bridgeton
Charlea P. MeOill Bridpton.
A ring waa found on the finger of oni
noer Farr't lifo waa to have ended his
career aa a railroader ajid eatablUhed
hi hum If and wife aa utorekeeper.
The inventigation into the caoaa of
the collision and fixing of the rspotiai
bility began in earnest lefore Ouroncr
The jnry made an exhanstive cxannV
nation of the ground and devoted con-
siderable time to an inspection of the
signals which still remain as they were
at the moment of the acciduut. Oeorge
F. Hanser who had charge of the tow 'I
and is how under arrest has made sev-
eral fttatomeut to tho police.
IT WA3 A RECORD BREAKER.
aol.lirra Aral frrnfl Aaa Fraa.iioo la Nor-
folk la Laai TUaa fit. D.y.
WA.'inx'iTOM Aog. I. Tho navy do-
I jiartnii'ut a shtfrt iao ago ordered 100
I nieu of the crew of the Charleston at
Mare lal&ud Culif'irnia to be sent to
the navyyard at J.orfw'.k. The depart-
nieut deeired to Icara the least pmsible
time crews could be transferred aenn
the continent. The i(0 men have ar-
rived at Norfolk making tho trip by
special train iu 4 diy and S3 hour
w hich ia record brtakcr. The ronte
was via the Sonthern Pacific and Sea-
board Air line. The method of trans-
ferring tailor heretofore ha twen ty
way of tho Ii'.lm.ni of l'anania and haa
occupied M days.
fttataroaal of Clrrolalloa.
Wasiioto' Aug. I. The monthly
statement of tho comptroller of the
currency shows I'tat during July the
total circulation of national bank note
was tUiMi.i 'i. n tnrre;weof aj0.4'.i5 ;
circulation Kwed on United Plate
lionds .'OHljii3.M4; increase V'M.Sj
circulation -urel by lawful money
tt!.KSS.i.- ; in create V"."V) amount
of registered t'uited ptate bonds to a-
cure circulation note f'.'S.MM'iO ai d
to cure pablic depoxita lt.8.(KX).
Tha Calaafa Far Jj.
Wasiiinotos Aug. 1. The monthly
statement of the direcUir of the mint
show the coinage at Vuited Stat-w
mint during July to have b"en aa fol-
lows: Oold .U19:00; ailvor $1W..
OK) ; of which fJO.Onn wa in half dollar
and .'1i0 in minor coins. Total coin-
gl.or.l.MO. Taa Oolil llMrnt..
Wasmnotox Aug. I. The gold
withdrawals Friday were flW.lGO in
coin and f.M.OTO in bar. The receipt
for the day were $1891000 maktng the
total rwrve MOi;0.5!7. Of the re
wlpt iT3.000 waa at Chicago; 743..
Out) at Boston : f Tj.OoO at New York and
a small amount at Philadelphia.
Cat firtt a riaaa.
Wa.-hhoto Aug. I. The president
has appointed Mac Crane CVie of New
York envor .extraonUnaryand mini
ter lenipi4entiary f the United Stat-s
to (inntt ms'a and 1 1 m dura ric ller-e
M. a Young who died at New Yoik
ren-ntly whllo on aVave of aheeuce.
SUES FOR DAMAGES.
rul M.llor EaUn a Claim AfalaM
U'UIUm K. Utllolta.
Dkwtlh Aug. 1 Paul Melhv has
brought snit against William K. Gil-
lette auditor of the Midland Terminal
Hailmad company for MS OH) damagea.
Tho complaint al)ge that the defeud-
ent Gillette employed II. Pelham Ctn-
ton and A. Freeae Pargate of Loudon to
assist him in placing 'i00000 worth ot
6 per cent gddbaniig 20-year bond of
the Midland Terminal Railroad com-
pany and through their efforts led Wil-
Uamon Murray A Co. and John Onl-
linson & Co. to futft into a contrad
with the railroad company to place tho
bond. For their service the defend-
and agreed to pay Clinton and Barga'e
6 per cent of the f.u-e value of the bonds
as compensation. The cmtra t it is al-
leged was uever carried out but the
Terminal company issued the bond to
other part it. The claim of Cliuten
and Barg;ite ha txen aasigned to Mel-
low. GODFREY COULD LYNCHED.
A Mob Takes II Im Away From lha Of-
lfn aad IUb. Him.
Ci.AitKinov Ark.. Aug. 1. One hun-
dead and fifty men took Godfrey Gould
from the officers at this place as they
were attempting to spirit him away and
hanged him to a tree.. Gould ia the man
who committed an auault on Florence
Wright a young white woman in
Brinkley a few dnys ago. The mob was
after Fred Booker who committed a
similar crime more recently but tha
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF MI3 DEATH.
Fares' Iiamla Caasas aaalard's ta rsh
luartcaSs U Ik V'lme
Hatana. Ang. I. The .?th of Joan
ryas the well known Tnwarfent lead-
er la laid to have been a great blow to
tha insurgent cause both from a mili-
tary and political Landpnint a it ia
looked upon io some quarter aa being
impossible to fill hi rlaoa. It waa ha
who raised tha insurrection in the prov-
inoe of Santa Clara. I
It if reported that the government
vi .11 Uyoud doubt hike every advantage
J pofaiUe of tha death of Zayaa which
I haa caused a groat sensation. lha In-
. surgeuts it is stated. Are continuing to
I snrrendor in everal parr of the island
' and the optnicm is expreaed that the
. death of Zaya wiUinoreae thenomber
I of men who are gtvirtg tlif-nuctve up to
tho S;antsh authuritie.
Colonel Bogcrt in Tinar del Rio prov
in o attackud ftartoria tho rcbul strong
hold near Canal cannonading it and
destroying the insurgent' eaJUj. The
rebels CeJ nndtt the artillery fire leav-
ing Uieir dend in the intwhmciita. A
PjrnnUh lieutenant colonel and several
pnvatea sur ered slight wonnns.
A letter from Santiago de Cub re
port an important battle between the
force of Colonel Stgura ud the rebel
RaU near Bayoma. Xo details are
given. The Cubans generally consider
the death of Jose Maoeo as a great blow
to the insurgents. Ha first led the re
volt in tho central provincea and had
strong fullowing long befure Roloff
Sauchea and Lacreta landed or Oome
and Antonio Maceo Invaded the west
Felix Aryaaa a priaoner well known
in Havana who had been acting as ma.
nicipal clerk In Xoeva Oerona waa ar.
rettnd and brought to Havana with
other inspect. It la believed that he
wa the organiser of the rebellion. The
police found rebel cockade and arnmu
nition in Narva Gerona beside coin
Nearly oiXl more troop left Cadii
Friday on tne transatlantic liner Anto
nio Iipex for this port.
Brigadier General Calixto Ruii sailed
Friday fur Pialn. Lieutenant General
Barge goea on the next 1 earner.
El Diaro Marina the organ ot Tha Re
formist party applaud Preaident Cleve
land's proclamation aa a candid tnani
fcr'ation of international good faith tad
a serious blow at the insurgent' hop.
The paper also congratulate Dupuy de
Lome for his lateat diplomatlo triumph
it behig new proof of hi cootinnoo
and efficient work in Spain' behalf.
ANOTHER GREAT TIDAL WAVL
In Chickens and Eggs To-day.
New MackerelFine as silk!
AT JOHN B.
Tkoaaaa4 Fklaaa Farlsk I
Mmmj Tlllcs DaairavaA.
SnAMuiui Aug. I. New of a terri
blc disaster with a great loa of Ufa ha
inrt reai hnl hire. A tidal wave eati
mated to hare been about flvt miles
wide swept in froru""the te Sunday
last and inundated tha coast of Xay
Chan in the northeastern part of ih
province of Kiang So. The damage
don 1 very great. Many village were
destroyed and it I esti mated thai 4000
feopl were drowned. In addition an
immense number et cattl perished rice-
field were tnbnuTged and almost to-
tally destroyed with the result that
fasuiae I feared in that district during
the coming autumn.
NO TIDINGS FROM BURT.
A there hs been no new from thia
community tot tome tine I aill give
yon a few item about how everything
Everything i very dull on account of
dry weather. Edge is in luch Deed of
rain that ititalmoet parched and need
oniethmg to quench Iti thrist. All
that the good farmer ran do now i to
enj.ty picnic and pick cotton. Borne
few are picking cotton. Cotton is open-
ing veiy fa-t and I dan.agei ith rust
very Led ia this locality.
Urssr Duncan and Bullock of Bryan
were in EJge few day ago en busl-
ne. Mr. Jhn Glover ttl EJge ye-
terday to spend aeveral d.iys In Leon
Mr J. y. Lwle of Kurten is boring
a well for Elbert Moore in Edge-
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Holden left yes
terday to attend the' meeting at Alex
Dr. Wilon of Kurten waa in EJge
the other day talking with the people
about the telephone line from Edge to
Tabor and from Talor to Bryan. lie
told the people the convience it would
be to them for them to have a phone.
J. M. Slaughter of Edge tubscribed
V) 00 no other bare subscribed any
thing yet I think the people In the
community nJ of Edge ilt get the
telephone after thry stuJy over the
matter and eee the jroud that aill be
accomplish from It. I think Bryan
will help u.
Mr. J. A. Henry of EdgQ h Tiaiung
her parent at Wellborn.
Mr. and Mia. TanJre have g"ne to
Williamson county to visit their ton
and many friend. Naio!(.
Wg TAKE rsrECIAL
PRIDE 1.1 Ol'B TUt'
SCRtgTIOM D C F A B T-
M E5T. WtV9l05LT
THE BET DRrOa A5iD
Do Hot Substitute
Bring us your rre-
scriptions and they
will be Carefully an4
and you may be sure
of arttiog just what
the prescription calls
Allraad Wire a4 Cklld
till al Larfa.
Al'ri!i Aug. I. Eugene Burt the
alleged wife and child murderer la still
at large and while the police here art
actively trailing him they have failed
to run him to cover.
It now develops that Saturday after.
noon while the bodice of Mra. Burt and
the children were in the cistern Burt
while talking to a male friend eeated
himself npon the cistern top and laughed
and tulked to him for half an hour
while not 2o feet below the hodiaa of
hiit murdered wife and children floated
In the water of the cistern.
M. H. James
Tub Leading Dbcbuitt.
HEAVY RAIN AND WIND.
of the women bearing the inscription! pmm tm MM
"(1 to L." ' tD" 11100 'r'r '"ked.
Of the InjnreA it i more than protia
ble that four or five will die. Many ol
the other are injured only slightly.
All the dead o far fonnd and Identi-
fied have been removed to their home.
The first train used for this pnrpoae left
the West Jersey elation at 8 o'clock yea-
terday afternoon for Bridgeton carry-;
Ing 23 bodies. The remaining corpse
were taken on later train. I
Ono wnrrtAtf whiku itloiitiftratlian wiu
eatablished by her clothing. wadoapi"nu cam nwny "
Uted in the wreck and her head was wirdo Lh"- 0hn' WPra kind- 'n
fonnd at a considerable distance from! hocked are in a critical
the body. . I '"hi.m.
Fireman O'Houlihan wtw finally lo!
eated at a boardinghouse hot dewpit
all kind of pressure he refused to di-1
ense the accident from any point ol
A rthetie ff vhi-h b.s eo?e
liflt U ttM tha run wUch miJ.hI Uugi
Vrlaraa. Meal Itaatb While
al a K.anlosk
At Lima Aug. I. At a reunion of
the Thirtieth Georgia regiment at Or-
chard Hill a hixtorio battlefield in
Spalding county two Confederate vet-
eran were killed and four other leri-
ounly (hocked by a lerriflo bolt of
lightning. The oloudbunt and electricnl
Camkrvi L T. Aug. 1 Lyman lio-
hannon a farmer living eiht mihw
weat of thi pUoe went down a well to
clean It out and was overcome Vy fire-
as Ctcl Vctcrj ho tA U r.
llnam ad trap I""B ltaa
All Alrasais Raflaf.
Orrniwa la. Ang. I. Two and
ixty-sii-cne-hundredlh tnche of rain
fell Friday uight accompanied by wind
and raiu. Much damage to crop i re-
ported. At Ainsworth Keota andothw
points in Keokuk county house were
hlown down crop leveled kud tocV
killed by lightnitig. Xo person was
hurt. The nver is riing six inchea an
hour and threaten house on the low-
bn.U. A Maw Railroad Ciaaas.
Xxw York Aug. I. According to a
new railroad eUuse flour dealer in
Xcw Ytrk now have the privilege of
five day free storage on "lighterage
free" shipment of flour delivered at the
railroad pier or rtation In the city as (rwn Heidenheimer
li Winified Ham returned from
Amtin and Corpna Christi yesterday.
Major iV.R. Cavitt went to Praiiie
Jerry iinpi.a will not eapport Tom
Vstn. What a flly the we-t rela-
tione which have alaayi exited b-
tween Tom and Jerry ar to be rudely
haltered. c'nsp Shot.
Jo Blackburn iare when the country
hsi Iren silver there will Ijt greater
mint faci'itlea. With greater mint fa-
cilitie Jo will doubt!es be in favor ol
larger julep ficilitiee. Snap Shots.
Bryan it alter a depot from the Cen-
tral road. The Examiner extend beet
wiibee about all the city will get Judg-
ing from the wsy the wind bloal here.
A sensational rumor wae circulated
lattweek that a man had been serious'y
cut in West Caldwell. Ou 1 Hesita-
tion however it turned out that hi In-
jurir were self Inflicted fnm chewing
"buttle ax" tobacco Cs Id a el I Nee.
An exchange ayc "Last iek a
delinquent ubciiber laid he "wonM
pay us ?aturdy if he lived." he't dead.
Another one aid "I'll eee yoq tomor-
row;" be' blind. Still another sai.l
"I hope to py yon thia e k or g to
the devil" he's gone."
In a country printing office the devil
wa left to make up the f run and In
doing to he got an obit.iary notice and
a local about a tire mixed ahich mxde
it read something like thia : ''The pall-
brarcre lowered the body into the
grave and it was consigned to the roar-
ing flames. There re very few if any
regrets U r the old wreck ba t been an
eveeore to the ton for year. The loa
wa fully covered by intirame.
A Heldeoheinier correspondent tells
of a human freak llewrite- "rr.ha
bly the greatest curiosity to be exhibi-
ted at the Bell county fair will go from
this community. Rnthie Thorn pa n i
a little girl alio parent live twonii!es
To He Traveling PaMir:
On the 15th ly of 31 ay ai.J
thereafter will sell Ac-idedt T'ck
et in a good reliable Company aa
$1000 with 13.00 Weekly Indemnity
for Six Month for V00 !
Also Accident Ticket and Tu.ii irs to
cover a'l accident at Keieor.ii l
rate keapactfully yoore
Repre'tg Fire Tornado and Accident
and B.iKCECUES always
ready. LA.DIF.H tare
yonreelree from rooalng in
ri A-. filer's
She i the most
mrell aa on rtuff hipped direct All W0Ilderful ipe.lmen of hummity we
flour ou hand at New York on July JJ htvt ev.r lg 4 yrati 0j anJ
last and not ordered delivered More oniy wi.h leven ponndsha eye but
Ang. I. haa alao been accorded free cn'tieeean but can't hear a nose but
.A Q.int 0 ICtUl 1 . .....
a..na.i. o. dou't mell. teeth tut vioii t chew a
Caafewd la ktavd.f. I tongue but ran t speak and ha never
F.i-HUSUTOX Iowa. Aug. I.-Uenry lnknon to or Uu.h IIer
Tencher. a farmer. arreUd hera hlHuU are tlffand a coat of hair cover
onfewd that he murdered hi graad-S br' l1'- lr parcnte Drotlier ana
fathrU.ui Krckel 1 wt winter during! iteti re healthy and ell developed
a f.mily tjaamvl Teucher mad ade- She;emi to U hearty and hea thy.
k. tglX U Licit wa au.. ' 11 :'1 tit curt-
MiW r diliolnt sol smi rtJf'M at
im. di at''v. rvht savot. a.. )
Liaama. ASiraoxsitUK. try h. i
Sold in Br Van '
JOHN B. IRE.
Buy Your Ucat3 Froin
peared at his home to mVe the arrets j v'y.
rOVTH Market nt.d.r Aca.lcu.y cl
SOUTH Ma'set In ZennatU ll.nk.
Vnj'l Alwt gl th Vssl al Irsailss's
i'hnns. Niv. r O
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