Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 287, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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Wc have1 a' complete new stock of IJIblcs in
Cloth and Oxford bindings; if you need a cheap
bible we have them if you need a fine Oxford
Leather Uibie wc can please you in style and
price. We are showing a swell line of leather
bound books In the titles of Faust Lucile
Burns Longfellow Whittier The Greatest
Thing in the World American Authors and
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WILSON & JENKINS.
Amtln. Nn. 6. A tI.iu coMlsloti
of two freight train occurred on the
International and Creat Northern
about one mile from here. Fireman
and niriiii'rr narrowly escaped d.-atti
The ai i II nl wits i:i':hi'( by ti x lr -nl"ii
nf an nil box on one of the ni-
Kine. The train were kik In oppwlte
directum when th' xpluKion occurred
nnl tln engine tru in-d into car of
the n'hi'r tialn. winking several ran
and Icully ili'innllhMc.g onn engine.
Aliont fifty yard of track were torn
np. I'ln man and cmito-cr were only
Iightly Injun '1.
THE DAILY EAGLE.
Kntered at the poatofflce m second
C'liwt mall matter.
BY CONNELLY A CAKNM.
fr Week Wc. - - per Month 40c.
A. AND M. COLLEGE NEEDS.
The board of directors of tha A.
and M. College have made their
biennial report. The board strong
Jjr indorses the recommendations
ot " Dr. Houston regarding the
need ot the institution. Exten-
sions are called for in the agricul-
tural veterinary and horticultural
departments in equipment and ad
ditional instructors. It is deeirel to
add a department of animal indus-
try with a herd of animals for
illustrating purposes. The prens-
ing need for several more large
dormitories is pointed out; alao
for the introduction of laths and
modern sanitary arrangements in
the dormitories now in uer Four
or five residences are needed for
member of the faculty noma of
whom are now rooming at the
me hall. There is a glowing de-
mand for better barns outhoues
roads sidewalks and drains all of
which are in a crude condition.
The most urgent tingle need tet
forth is for an engineering build-
ing for civil railroad eanitary and
municipal engineering drawing
and architecture. A complete
coureo In electrical engineering i
alo deeired. Another inotructor
is wanted in the veterinary de-
j.artnxtnt; al.-o a uar:ulim.' b.irn
and pen for animals with conta-
ft'iou diseases' Tho report advices
tlio t'rtab'irihmeiit of a textile'
chool in connection with tho col-
lie; the continuation of the two
uli-exjK'riment htalion already
rhtallishi'd and the ectablirhtnent
of another in the black land of
Thee things are deemed abno-
lutely et-ential to the welfare of
the College ami the people of
Texas chould imlic.ito to the legic-
hturthat liberality towards the
A. andM. U ono of the bet-t nnl
fure-t mean of developing the
tatu along industrial linen and
every thinking man knows this i-t
Texas' greatest need at the pre:-
TILANE VS. A. & M. COLLEGE.
At the Fairground Next Sitnrdiy A
Manager Philpolt announces a
game of football Saturday afUr-
noon at the fair grounds at thl
place between Tulane University
and the A. and M. College game
called at 3:30 p. m.
Tulane University have defeated
the University of Louisiana this
season and the Univernity of
Louisiana dcleated the University
of Texas. This puts Tulane away
up and the A. and M. in playing
them are going agaiut the victors
of the south. This will be the biz-
gent game played in the whole
state of Texas this year. It come
right to our doors and everybody
Mil go to see it. Special trains
will run from Ilryan aud Colleee to
the fair grounds.
l'afituraL'e for cow ami horn.' SI
per month In field three mile from
town. Fine icr-tHM ami water. Apply
to .Mrs. T. J. Collin or John M.
Tooh County Immiw.
Chlrago Nov. 5. Practically com-
plots return from Cook county iclve
the Republican the entire county tick-
et with tho t-xi-'ption of Kin-riff anil
four county conunbslotier. Ilcaly
Kcpubllcan candidate tor bherllT. wa
defeated hy Narrett. Ikvuih rat. by
over 7.100 plurality. In the ronjrre.
slonal dUtrlct Ixrlim r ami ltoutell
were elected while Madden waa do-
fuated by Martin Worleh.
t'anlMtln Thought I Irrtnl
AuHtln. Nov. &. AiMltlonal return
received in the nt'iiatorlal race in tbi
district between Fauhon anil Hutintree
how that Paul. Ion hn bei-n elected by
possibly ."mi or Iimi majority and the
majority in other untitle In the dis-
trict lannot overcome thl number.
Tin: entire l.ual Democratic ticket .ha
I. a te.!.
Mrnm of ljnm fca.
New York No. C PlKpatibe from
Chlclavo announce that the captain
ainl tdlher of the Meatnuhlp Malpo
ib-clnre. uti a Herald dlipatch from
Lima Peru that on th night of Nov.
1. shortly after b-avlug Chlmate they
htiw wliat apparently was a stream of
laa l!nw from a p'.ik In the Conlllcrai
towurJ the pliiln. At cording to the
latitude and longitude given the val-
cano evidently Im near the town of lie
may. The venel' trip northward en
aided the Mi!p' company to wltneM
the erlption for twenty minute an I
then other mountain-cloned the view.
Many latitat Ion la IHn.
New York. No. 6. Colonial Recre
tary Chamberlain I overwhelmed with
Invitation to farewell dinner and lun-
(heon. but I begging off. cable the
Iondon correnpondent of th Tribune
under the plea of having work In prep
aration for hi Journey and miMon to
Fouth Africa. Alway a perltent and
teraatle worker he l calling upon
the clerical force In the colonial offlc i
for predse Information renpectlng ihe
long serle of African question.
that he ran be ready to dlm us every
matter brought to hi attention.
Military I'rotrrtlna FnrnUlietl.
Manila. Nov. 6. A the rsult of
the killing of an American bartender
near ArmltaKe. who wa shot Tuesday
hy a native policeman who had quar-
relled with him the governor of the
province has requeued General J.
Franklin Ilell to f-irnlsh military pro
tectlon agalnxt a party of unemployed
American who are threatening ven-
geanre. General Hell ha ordered th
garrison to preserve order.
Treacher anil l.lrl Hi Tofrt h-l.
Omaha. No. 6 P.e. William C.
Rabe. paator of the German Haptlitt
church and Mix AugiiHta Huh. a
young lady living In that neighborhood
wore found dead here In tho veitlbule
In the rear of the church auditorium.
The two Ixidiea were locked In em-
brace and the gas Jet turned on but
not burning. He. Kal e wa CS year
of age and a prominent mlnlatcr.
Alnrrinin IIhiI I'Urr f llnnnr.
rat'. Nov. C At a dinner given
Tll'-.I.TV li:-!.! y r'nr.-ltn Minister
pel Cns-.e id King Charle of Portu-
gal. Mm Porter wife of the Ameri-
can ambassador nccupled the place of
Honor on the rltlit of M. e Cai!.
.Madame pel Ci.m. was ni-ated on the
rluht of he klnir.
Snnta IV. Nov. Ilernard S. Todt-y.
Repulilii an li flei tei delegate Ui cun-gre-m
by tlou inajorlly over II. 1J. Ker-
funon pcinoi rat.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
An Imnienno peat depmlt has been
found near Kokomo Ind.
I.lKhttiln HiriKk a houitn at llouu-
nioni. Tex. but no me wa hurt.
I.i roy KiiKlixh. a brukeinan wa run
over and killed mar San Antonio
Vnlb S wader 71 year old wa
run ou r anil Mlled by a train at Hub-
bard City Tex.
Col. I J. VnKhlni;ion. Hip w 11
1-iiown newHpaper corcHpuiiilent dkd
at tin: tialliiiiiil capital.
Itaha'i family I l la nlfil
nuflalo. N. Y.. Nov. 6 The Ite
W. C. Kabe. who and a young lady
were found dead In a church at Oma-
ha Neb. wa a minuter In thl city
for :i year. Mr lube and hr 13
year old aon are now In this rlty. Mr.
Itabe wa lMrn In Oermany. Mo (tad-
led for the ministry at the German
Paptlst Theological seminary In
MrtiiU Inatrail of t.oiinl.
Tarl. No. 6. The opponent of M.
Rerauld lib haM of the petite K-pub-)!iue
in the duel fought Tuexday at
Neiillly wa the Petite Marquis Ie
P!on. vice president of the Automobile
club president of the Aero club aud
no' the Count Pe Leon.
Wc have ivu'iu'J a fu"l: supply (.1 All rJ Wrih: -' Per-
fumes; alo a new Mipply cjf t'ie popular peifume 'I lu'lina
Fresh shipment every two weeks t.f l'OWLl l.'S M:W
YOKK CHOCOl-ATLS. i?on I'.i-ns Clii.!ate Almtduls
Chocolate' Chips all size packages a a a
DIMHIS rKLSCKll'TION' i'IIAKMAO'
ISerlln. Nov. 6. Admiralty Secretary
Von Tarpltz pave a farewell dlnn r to
Ambaixador and irs. White Wednes-
day evening. Foreign Secretary Von
Hlchtl.offen. Finance Minister Von
Hheliibaben anil Secretary Jakon
and Mrs. Jackson were among those
Slut- PPHT HAT I
Ulli hhtA I -lift S mil
&&&& s RV B n
THIS WEE.C OWLY
We lintl that we have ovi'rloalel on colored
l I ..t . .. tl... ....tt.. line .
'i i a ti til i kii'i ii i' iisii ii i i iiii- riuiii; i v fc. iiiij i w i
wet k if low prices count. Commencing Mon-
lav moniing Nov. .! wo olUr for tlua week .
oniv our entire etock of MKNS AND W)Ytf iV .
lUI.UIll'.P not oui hock oui iiu li-
verv cream of this Heapons makes in colors
anl shapes panctioneil hy tho laws of fa.-hion staple hhapes in white or
black hats not mentioned in list helow not included in this ale.) Wo give
a few sample prices In-low ami have many others that fpaee will not admit.
You haven't a moment to loe when this sale opens hut should come early
and save cents on every dollar you spend for a hat.
Our entire line bfBoys Hats that retail from 50c to $1.50 dis-
counted 20 per cent.
Mtn' IVarl While Hj nil raw ci!' I ntouti -h:ipe c!l everywhere (or It.Jj Ofjp
we have rciliiccil from ti.oci to OvV
Men's IV 1 1 traiht hriin taw ede. College t.h.ije a gooil alue rc-.luccil from 0-
Men' Dtah Hlack llirtil curl him houtii! edge a very Mlih hat re hucil from VJr
5i. to OkJK
Men' N'ntra Colotcil H!.icl Hurul Fnlora cither raw or bmii.il ci!c line value 1 OA
rciliucd from f i V' "
Men' Slate Fedora ra.v cde worth $J.io rc-luccJ from f.y to
1 1 1 ji c k hound cd;c Panama a' splendid . I tie reduced fiom li.oto J 0
Men' Drah Color IJIact hand wilt edge IVmama. ety n.hSy redmcil from T (
$j.irf to ." vJv
Men's Nutra Color l'tnama I cdora l.I.ick hand raw cde a w!l hit tcduced T f
from ( J.on o JJ
Men's Nutta Cutl brim hound rde tcilucel fiom j.Sn lo QQ
Men' I'earl color cur! brim hound ede reduced from Ij.jO to QQ
Ill.ick Trotter sliapc something like I'ar.toutii extra aluc reduccj from to QQ
Piah nine hand rw ede. curl htim a fine value tcdiued from $ ;.o'i to Q
Li'lit Tnn Color lare sh.-ipe Fedora Ixmnd ed'e line a!uc reduced from v"1 Q Q
Numerous other bargains in Fnrnishing Goods this week.
Hunter & Chatham.
Italy I ! I ntllrrln Ml.
P ranton. Pa.. Nov. 6. Only five
eollerli-M In thl n on are hiIH Idle.
Four of these will resume during the
week. The fifth ha lieen abandoned.
I'rrn'. rm 4 aliliirl.
T.lrna. Peru. Nov. fi The member
of the new c;iMmt organized by Ku-
genlo Ijirraliurne Iluunue took the
oath of office.
Thrra lliirnral to Ite-ath.
Iindon Nov. 6. The Vernon rot-
ton mill at Stockport wa d'-Mtroyed
by fire Wednehdjy. Three operauve
were burned to death and several were
Krjrrtril hy Itel) IfUk'.
Herlin. Nov. fi The ren hutag re-Ji-
ti ll a So lullht motion ritjuirlni: the
bunderrnth to miep'-nd the d;iile when
nyndli ute i" II abroinl more cheaply
U.an at home.
lrfulre f'arrlr.l C'uinllMn
K Pi no Okla . Nov. C Tb" entire
I inocrailc ticket n. i b i ted la Ca-
tui'lniii reunty by mn Jnritle of from
I'm t'i ".'ui. Mefiiiri bowever car-
ried i:i peno by .mi nu 1 the county by
Ileleuilt III lloiil.l
rhoe:;x. Ar!z.. Nov. C The dec ion
of a d.-leiie ti nmitrcM from Arizona
1 M :i In .1 him. Win thi-r Hi-publican
or I ?! ncr.it lc. the majority will prob-
nhly be b th.in :;in.
l.firv I'Oiralltjr fir Cow liertl.
Kati.ii f.rv. Mo. Nov. 6. Neirly
complete ii turn from the p ft li con-
Frcslutnil district plvo f 'miKi es.Hinan
Cowherd a plurality ofsiVjlt.
I.ru l...i iiian'a Mother Itrail.
Oweiihbeio. Ky.. Nov. f --Mr. Sar-
h S. .Mm. .nun tiled here. Sho wa
M yearn of no. Jler husband and two
aon were Confederate aobller. Adjt.
C.en. Moorman of Now Orleans. 1 her
tUn... . i iim M.MIL... -... mMm
H To friends and customers!
I will t.il.;ili it ht ri-t ly c.Tsli litiHiiiekVn the
lf of .Nnn niii r. I. rvtt.in' in my J.'-welry
"tore w ill lie remarked 'mi i very price r-
ilucetl ; every price will in idniu ti.-ur.- ho
vou can coiiipare h.iine; on.- price to nil. I
know tl.U will meet w tth vour appruval for
yoll Will reltp ttie l.eliellt. .'o III Nl .tk ll 11 rl 11 J
it ruti. .My price n mn li a line line of i;
w ill diirely j.ay you to call mot look through.
K no ii. her I make n tick t l.ut w ill n laud
tiion-v on any article tu t entinfiictory. A
Chll iMIMtli 4 M the plllce for Mil lllolley -nil V-
llltf people to do their tr.nllll.'. I "linrailtet
hitt isfiii ion to all my cu-foin. r. nn. I will
only bundle th vi ry lieKf of p.MMi. i a
elmre of yourcasli Ioihio h ii not all. tr my
pric.-H will Jimt irv you in .i:i your lunliieat
with in... riiiinkiiiir you for your lifieral
patrolman in tho p;il n'i wi-lihii; to hliitre
Ho- same in tii. futur" I reiiiiiin jour
Ij J. 13. Caldwell a Agent.
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