Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Ed. 1 Friday, July 4, 1902 Page: 3 of 3
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TELEPHONE WU Mil 13 It MO.
THE DAILY EAGLE.
itered at the postofllee M second
Claae mall matter.
BT CONNELLY A CABNB.
r Week lOoy
?r Month 400.
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8ATUKDAY JULY 8 11W2.
1902 JULY 1902
22 23 24 25 26
Ear City will bold
uiral August SO.
1 IL -J 1 - t
a rice car
Texas produced one third of the
American cotton crop lt year.
There appeara to be plenty doing
for th TTcratia their efloita to
CONGRESS H4S ADJOURNED.
The first eessioa of the fifty
seventh congreaa of the United
States has adjourned.
This session has accomplished
much important work despite the
fact that much wrangling has
marked the deliberations. Tb
iMthmian canal bill was pawed
and baa received the signature of
the. Dresident. This involves the
Durchase of the Panama canal
and iU completion at an enormous
cost that the United States may
have a waterway across the Ielb-
mus of Panama. This bill carries
an appropration of $40000000.
This represents an expenditure far
greater than any singU business
enterprise ever attempted by the
government and will take years
to complete and will give the
United States a most commanding
position upon the high seas.
The repeal of the war tax in-
volving the payment of $73000000
taxes was an important matter
and relieves the country of a great
A river and barber bill carry-
ing an appropriation of 170000-
000 waa passed.
The Chinese exclusion act waa
1300000 was appropriated to
VI the White IIuuko and
at of any
Hot weather will be
"steaJy company" now
for several months. Now
it the proper . time to
wear low cut .hoes.
We- quote ' moving
prices' on our l'ne mens
oxfords etc. until they
are entirely closed out
$3.50 oxfords at $2.50
4.00 oxford at 3.00
5.00 oxford at 4.00
W ars ritr Ueka4 oa iUpW tineas la
sa4 asra eat UM prtor la 1om tb oat
25c straws now 10c
50c straws now 25c
Better grades in staple oh pes
similar reductions. Your ate
safe in dealing with us your
money back if you want it.
' New Tcrk fn'y f-J-.;!.s' ol'.wr
a.Ioj.tr-.i t n 0 nr and k'.r.
Charles T. Hail. . f Arllnsloa. N. I..
with three other children is bdloToJ
to be Mr to IS.iO.'j") I.-rt hr his
farhar. ln Is said to have descrtel
fcl four (hllJrt'O "3 yars mo l
Crcstllnr Ohio after plating them la
an orphan home.
Mr. am! Mrs. Hall adopted Juhu
wfcea b? I years old and tro'iUt
h!in np as oo of iux o?s
About a year mo hte young man en-
tered the army tnl Is now statloucd at
Fort Riley. Kan.
According to Information reeelred
here after placing the children In an
orphans hfme. toe father went to
Mexico where he took up mining and
died wealthy. On his deathbed be told
his partner of his children and barged
hlra to take up the search for them.
All bare been found except a daughter.
I want w-h Money t'j buy
season is Lite I am goir.jj to slunj
fall gcOan::t r i t.
;htcr prices on s;;z;:r.:.
The San Antonio intrniiUn.i
UiroK.ns Oct. IS and cW ot. this to)
J- Lataloguf. are now rn! r...l t
liatribntion. ' ' """ moro '"
r jwere mad exceedinz r
.I-rid.nt hll proclaimed rer iQ
v.l government fr th lMit: J. .
.;nuu ... i ..... . . I i his gpsmon r.rr..! ..
.... rxieiKieu amneMtv t.j all i v. k lu relieve
uh. Uut (he Filipinos J - "n' f Un'T ctIo.
tjuii? n 'ai'fd t enact .niijita jtw
"eiux.M i0 lXri ft j.j
gneral t-tn.Tof the army.
rmoiberml all recirrm-i(v trmt
with foreign cotinlrien.
up the I ed t; IroviJ l contI3r
IJ'"r' r' Ri.-Iation for the
ft iU face agiinst
vi.ion and tariff reform.
I iMponed notion on U t.iit
( . '
.iraung uie department of cum
"i uie com
R o the Fourth of J.lv
o.i t amount to much in thU part
Vr teyond tho in.
;W-rrat b.uWhip Orugon r;ind
i.ui America and h!p..i
in ! a rvtr admi raU
Sattle. Wash.. July 4-Trarjr. the
escaped Oregon conrlct. In a battlj
with a Seattle posse near Dos well
Thurs'tay evening shot aol killel
v Uaymund a d.-puty sheriff
Tett and Policeman E. M
:nrofly woun-lel P-'pn'y
ams of this c'.tr kr. 1
... i nil..
fa'r.3 John U
rounded In the fn.-e.
cr.. s -
have Hie Kov.
hie !. -v n
is to be
HERD OF CATTLE DRUNK.
Thf Siamp m4 Sack Torr Cun4
Cways Tnra Haab.
Chicago. July 1 Maddened and baU
Intoilcated from alcohol used in "dis
tillery stop" fed to them a bK herd of
cattle stampeded In the stock yards
Thursday. Mora than a score of ani-
mals met death in the rush. Scenes
were enacted that for terror and blood
made old stockmen and cowboys turn
their barks. One man nearly lost bis
life. The berd stampeded numbered
more than 600 of the kind that are
known as "distillery cattle" and are
fattened on the refuse from liquor
A closed gate caused the trouble and
before It waa orer twenly-ooe animals
lay In a heap some Impaled on boms
others with necks broken and othera
frantically cllnmblng over the squirm-
ing mass while some of the snrvlvora
leaped fence and escaped to various
parts of the yards.
A dead wall of cattle finally brought
the rush of animals to bait.
Waa erlha SatU4.
Washington July 4. Congressman
Patterson of Pennsylvania among
whoee constituents are numbr4
a large percentage of the trlk-
ng miners called upon the president
Thursday and urged htm to take some
action with the view to ending the
strike. The president eald he waa
considering at the suggestion made to
him on the subject which might enable
him to act Intelligently la the event of
necessity aflslng where Interference
would be necessary.
Ta Ibb Caaal Tula.
Washington. July 4. The work In-
cident to the carrying out of the pro-
vision of the 8p"oner amendment to
the canal bill will be carried on with
the utmost expediency of the inter
Attorney General Krox hat desig-
nated Charles H. KussH! to go to
Paris and make a critical examination
of the records . The liquidation of the
old company and the merging of Its
rlKhts In the new one will receive Mr.
Kuew-U's careful scrutiny.
Wonu Itarneal ta tah.
Abilene Tex.. July 4.Miss Raskins
da'tjhtrr f T. A. CsAlna of MVrkrl
was burned to death I r a cwl oil ex-
pl ti-lnn. The ytnmg la !y wai building
a Are nhfn ttif oil ran exploded. Sev-
eral memhrr of the family were bad-
ly burned In ai tempting rescue ht-r.
T!ie house ar.d Hi contents wi-re destroyed.
THI3 13 fQ FAItE SALE.
None of ihese prices are'jjoxi r FT IT AY V17.:.
iooo yds. r.mbroidcry Friday
White got! lace and satin htrt'ix: effects oJJ price
25 Friday sale
Anybrand any kind fast colur calico regular price
5c. Friday sale
Ladies bleach vcst.bicc effect front and back.good 15c
vest I rulay sale.
Any 25c ladies' vest Friday only
Any 50c ladies' vest Friday only
Boys knee pants pure -est linen regular price 50c
Friday only ZZi
Plain white lawn worth 12 i-jc Friday CJ
Large size counterpanes or bleached bed quilts
worth 1.25 this sale . E-S
Lonsdale green Ticket 4-4 bleaching worth ioc
Friday only... 7C
Machine oil competitors price 10c Friday . Z.Z
fffect extend to toe Coulter's cost
Iace hose lace effect
price 25c Friday
Special 15c plain fine gauge hose Friday only
Lamp chimney fire proof Friday
All remnants of 10 and 15c dimities and lawns
10 yds. of lawn 5c kind Friday .
2ic steak dish 13 inches long Friday
Ik-Its straw persian loop etc up-to-date belts reg-
ular price 50c Friday .
4c 5c and 6c narrow valendne laces will sell Friday
only in 12 yd. pieces for
Embroidery 3 1-2 to 4 1-2 inches wide competitors
price 8 1-2C Friday sale .
Embroidery handkerchiefs extra value at 25c this
Ladies' embroidered handkerchiefs my price 50c
but Friday .
All over tucking good value at 85c Friday only-
Ladies' black taffeta and gloria silk umbrellas at
actual wholesale cost.
Boys waists with or without collar 50c ones fault-
less brand this sale .
8 i-jc percale 31 inches wide Friday .
6 tumbiers at 3c Friday..
18x40 bleach cotton towell with red border Friday
only 3 for
10 per cent off on any shoe or slipper in the house
Linen for pants skirts or suits best "40c quality .
75c baby cap embroider)' beaden and ribbon my
cost price 75c Friday only ..
I will return your money just as cheerfully as I receive
it for any article bought during this sale that is not satisfactory.
W. J. COULTEP
TI-e citizen of UfyM ( )
Lit worried .bout the
lrouih-thej.r. working to put
t!'ir town 011 a t!irii-i .t
""cotton and corn. New rail'
'm.N cwr scho.! and oth.r en.
".'.i.-en wml nut unn.v .
no new restrict i.in.
T . o
" lias not been Wrne.! i..
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-w. Ualtersc.n proposes to J0
wan 1 ievelan 1'e-skin.
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TRAGEDY IN ARKANSAS.
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me kMiel are:
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umj irom lajurle.
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ttC "5 coming season.
0 JOILV WlTTMAxV The TaHor.
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