Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 25, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 6, 1903 Page: 2 of 4

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flic hill V El PI E prtment la rot only pursuing
lUli UtULi LitULL policy nf aggression ioto th field
Kntersxi at th postofflca m second
Class mail matter.
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issooxexded! - I
occupied by tb A. & M. Col-
lege but lo the fields occupied
by the Normal schools and
the Industrial School for Girl.
It is covertly attempted to disturb
the symmetry of the educational
system established by the state.
We do not believe that the state
will tolerate this coune on the part
of University authorities."
That's right brother we can't
sen it any other way. W'e believe
in education all along the line hut
ww do not believe in duplicating
the same work st the state's ex
jwne even if it were not directly
contrary to the constitution and
stalutei.
It II VAN TKXaS. JAN. . r.iai
'!
DANGER AHEAD."
I'nder the sluve csitiou Farmer!
FL4 in thi week's H-ue of the
Texas Farnur ttuU the Suta
University on notice and the fir-
mer of the State on their guard
with reference to the eni-roiu h merit
of Urn University on the education-
al field of the A. & M. College.
Tho "Karmer" U a hard hitU-r
whin he takes up the cudgel md
he makes Pome telling blow in his '
exhaustive and complete review of
the legitimate fields of the two In-i
tiiutiunH. His argument U con-j
v'ik ing but too long to reproduce. I
here at this time; although we en-
dorne it entirely and shall (juote
from it hereafter in order that more
publicity may he given to some of
hi well put truths lie states:
"In view of all that lus hwn
aid is it not time for the Univer-
sity authorities to call a hill or
for the people of the state to ex-
press themselves in no uncertain
way? If the main department of
the University of Texas is going to
persist in this aggression into the
technological field try to undo
what the stale has done dwarf the
technological work of the state at
College and take it to Austin what
is to hinder it from establishing
another medical branch at Austin
to still further amplify its depart
ment of education and thereby in-
Tade the fields set apart to three
normal schools and likewise open
its industrial work to the young
women of the state and thereby
contravene the policy of the slate
as clearly outlined by the last leg-
islature whose commission con-
sciously refused to locate the Girls'
Industrial school at Austin and
consciously decided to locate it at
Donton? As a matter of fact if'
the authorities of the main depart-
ment of the University do create
industrial departments at Austin
will it not necessarily run counter
to the action of the last legislature
in locating the industrial school i
for girls at Denton? The nut in di-1
psrtiuent nt Austin i open on j
efjii.il terms to hoy and 'irl.s. Ifj
in lu-trial work i pmvided then-
young women will of iiiTc--.it v le
a liritted to it ill) 1 til" :-t;it leu'is-
Iv ur.- which provid ! fur in In--trnl
training fir 'irl- .it I.-.it -
v il ' ! ( ailed i' j. in t in ;imv.
i o l'-ir indu -'. r: il t r i i n i f r ;m ; ! -at
Aj-tin. In I. it ile i un
fining Cars
ON
Soon
Route
AWala a-rvd la cart on tralna Iron
Iciaa to Mwwphia Si. I miIiiikI
IntrrmcJIaia puinia.
EUCTUC LIGHTS AND FA.NS
DIMM AND SLELP1NG CAES.
THE ONLY LINE
mom
TEXAS
WORTH and EAST
WITH
DINING CAR SERVICE.
J.C.
LEWIS. TaavriiNO. Saet.-s aaiNT.
AUSTIN. Tlx.
M. C. lOWNStND
of a-t eaaa-s and TioinamT t. toui.
all of our line of the
celebrated
orshe m
scGceeoccGootft
X. FARMER i
THE TRUCK FARMER.
rt
Monthly f
Shoes-
I)urin our HAK(JAIN Sale.
5 Florshcims $ 3 50
I3 50 Floraluims . . . .4 3 50
MACKINTOSHES
AT COST
Chief ExeeotUs of TsaeiaeU Asserts
the Revolnttoa Headed bj Xatoa
Will I re a(jrrat;VhlleDs
Thine of the Pa!. .
THC STBfMfiTH
OP OVR COUNTRY
M rriiu ..-r
Tlm a y-ar 11.00
DALLAS TUX.
I'rrai'hra Dlrcral.
lH-fll(nii ntil . Th
but r:iT I'D
Irtli'k fFtrimntf la
lint Milh -nirll.
tll'-Cllt. .-il
all. Iha Trf
in-a a In It. I'rniia
ni.iii r of lh lata
rrlmintal Ma-
lion til.a.
ImiiiIiI rrltl) It.
mir frl.TiOt ani
iii-ivhtxm ahoul'l
r. ;i. It. Onlr It
n m. tamplaki7
liv.
$ 7 50 M.ickiiituslicH
5 M.ickintnv'es . .
3.50 M.itL'mtoslit's
5
2
5
75
75
20
discount onfall Stetson Hats.
HUNTER &
...CHATHAM.
The Truck farmer Dallm Tex.
jctf. G. Jonn Bus. Mft.
TTi' rP" nn yrnr and lh Trnrk
Kariut-r .... JO
TM I apirnne rrr an. I Out Tnira
armor lluva j-tai-a AIJO
mm
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Maai.j.- iajC 4ijS
Twenty-tilne duelw la twenty.flve
rear In the reuuirkatile reenrd of a
ouii HtinK'nrlHii iKiblt-nian now tls-
Itliuc America for tb llrxt time.
That lie hat aurvlvcj the fi inner Is
oot ttio leant antonlalilnu art uf bis
blKlor)-.
He Is Flrnt Lieutenant Murrty ds
ZoMr. a imttli roau nhd oiih of tlis moht
unliue flk'iireit in lIunjMry.
Twelve of the affair of honor In
wbleb ho tlie vlrturlotis (irllirlpul
took (iluee In three iliiyn. It rauie
about In this way:
While nervlnjf int a ri-Ktment ft nclng
niSNter and Insiriictor under tltli-s of
dlMtinrtlou and wltb utedul of honwr
ofllilHlly inNftited to him by the min-
ister of war a national military ball
was Riven by the reiclment. lit which
as uxiinl lie Zotdy iMrformed u(fii bis
violin.
I lurlnir the evening Home dNcoiirtesy
wim ofTert'd to til dfim-st friciul by n
iiieintH-r ff the enterialiiim-iit (Miiiinlt-
te? which lie Zoldy resi-nleil rih for
Caracas. Jan. 5. The reonrt that
President Cantro pnipoaes to abdicate
or resign the pretbleory of Veneiuela
Is untrue. The correapondent of the
AiK'la!fM Presa k.iw th preHldcut
with regard to this natter Sunday. The
prenldent laughed when questioned
and ald thoughtfully:
"You are at liberty to say that
I have fouRhttlurlnic two years to re-
tain the supreme jxiwer which wnt-
Invested In mo by the people of Vene-
iuela. I will no more abdicate than I
will rlgn. The Motus revolution
without afnUtance from foreign pow-
ers will KKin lie a aat atory."
Tho rmircp. piirxued by the allied
power In maintaining the blockade of
Ia Ouawra has caiMi-il axtoniiihnient
among the foreign resid -nta of thin
city. When the Hutch ate.mtcr Prim
William V arrived off I-a (luavra to
tnkn on tionrd the Kunn an mail the
authorities at a Oiiayra xi-nt the ninll
out In a urn-tll boat. This boat wan
stoppd by the Ilrltlr.lt t-rulaer on
bloi ka l and the mall bag were taken
on Ixunl tln warehlp. The ntal
t'lerks who were In the amall lmat nay
the mail bag notwithstanding: their
priitriU were opened on IhiuiJ the
t rulser.
PANIC AT CARACAS.
Iht-ia Waa I Inant Int Oiia at llmt ( It;
lur a Sal Sa .ttiir.lar.
I-t Cuayra. Jan 5 The Putch ron
sut here Haw the espial i of the llrltlnh
rruiser Tribune and cired pcrml.i
nil in for a sti-amer of the Iiutch line
to rail off Iji (iuuvra. Jan. 7. and tuke
on board Dr. Van I-eyden. the Dutch
nilnUter to Venezuela who Is In 111
health.
Half th clerks employerl In the cus
torn house here have been discharged
Thin means rutting off the revenue of
slaty or more famlles. The I -a Guayra
custom bouse will bo cloned. About
N"0 htevedores sn at preitent without
cmiiloyrnent. and rioting Is feared.
The government will dnubtlvs have
to employ urgent measures to main
tain ipili t.
The captain of the Tribune has sent
a mentllge to the prefect of this port
cummcndlBK the behavior of the Ven-
ezuelan authorities up to the present
time but saying he would bold him
(the prefect 1 renmnsible for any In-
jury to the persona or property of
HrltUh German or Italian subjects.
aV
11
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Willi the PsTcv Year j
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rf tre--i li t.
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11.. ir V .t:. I i. r-amr-ry
! lull. Trr in wi'.hymir
v it 1: s 1; it 1 p T 1 n n
nnimcl's Prescription Pliarmncy
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CLERKS LET OUT.
Hair of Thnaa l iiilnai at l- (.aayra
rnatainhnnaa Dlarhargan
Willematad. Curactia Jan. 5 There
was a flnam'lal panic at Caracas Sat-
urday afternoon. A large number of
small traders and private depositors
went togethe rto the office of the Hank
of Venecuela for the purpose of ex-
changing tbe bank notes for silver.
The bank refusH to etchings more
than I JO worth of notes fur sny one
per non. and at i o'clock In the after
neon cloned Its doors. Tbe panic con
tinned. Hills Issued by tho bank are
now selling for y per'cent of their
face value The leading Arms st
C'nracss. not withstanding the preaent
situation have presented no note for
redemption as they are all Intorcntod
tn supporting tbe bank.
Tlimiaht ( anar.l.
Ib-rlln Jan. f The government I"
without Information regarding the
landing of the Herman marines at
I'oito Cab Ho. Veticzu' U. The foreign
oftli e h.ivh tint If mn !i landing incur-
red It must nrt.ilnly have inm tran-
sl nt. and n gariln the reported m lure
of the c'l-tot.i b'Mi-r at I'lirto f'.ibello
marines .1 a 1 in 11 I
llil-lilll I lull
Fort Worth. .Ian. 1 At n meeting
hi re it w.-.s il.'i I e 1 i!;i 1 '..it '.rt:.
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tee t x ehe In all.
This wns a rather extensive 1 r;es of
Invlliit iii.-i of hoimr lull by i. :tm4
two tin. N In the fin i ii'.nii in it 1 a.i In
the iiftiriii.ou I e y.ulil v t i . 1 1 i t .- 'I to
nccoNiinoil.-iie nil of tin v.n.V i. n In
thru da.tK iiu l be proved bis reinuik-
able courage uud skill by winning ev-
ery fight.
li- iii" 1 ii I'.... 11. . j
Waco Ti t . .1.1:1 .. ii. ii. H ..:::n . I
n Mrl.fnnaa it t y fai nu r b i.-i .1
freak p r. t'i" I ri'ip'tiy of 11 mw mi 1:1 1
place the frett': ln l'ig eipitpped w.th
twi l"i. Hi a h 1 1 .Iv bav in r In full
rorti 1 nil tit of lei-n.
mil two lal's to il:
in.i' lug i l-!.'
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huIili'M Di-ulli. j
llitladetplila. Jan. r. - Henry !.-. -Townsend
senior men. her of the b:ii 1
lng firm "f i Ilavn t Tow tuc:i 1 ;
tiled Sunday ln Camden A. C. I
Now is the time to crJ. r!
V .ire Lo' dl Ai nt-. lor
The il P. Exiine Co.
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THE BRYAN EAGLE.
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No. 720 Seventeenth St.
WASHINGTON D. C.
'If f Vfry itiflf ring winitl
hit t!it unit V':'iU"f with
Vt'in i f (It-dui lli.it I I1.1J
your nii'Ju in will b mt
ripu'ar. Ab-nit a ir ajj )
btfanto have a v.i rn cut
lirf J l.tlinu uitli !a:. itecli-
J.JI111 in t. f biiii alii ll.'J.i
ulil.h krrt (ricri-.i-in-j tvrry
nioiilli. 1 filt th it I ti.vi.-i
jinilliiii;' bu! to prt t!;
rit!il mtdicin u at the trou
ble. I luu!ly t'ciifi on
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vixir v. uie in k .irjui aiu imiy n.r.i. la 1 c in
ulie tl'rri bott!. when I was lu' y re- I" r l y 1 1 . . I .. . 1 ..-- A.uiry I'i iiit-
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Ihtii I'I !''M' I i f f -ni.il'' w i ;ik ikv .y th 11
Mini; Wii'" i f t'.u lui. It it imt it
At ri ii if Hi' ilii ini' lint in.iy lie taki-ri cmtv
iay in tlm vf.ir hy nny wuiiim with
Ix'tii-iit. It ilin's not force rfult Imt
Wirrii tA (li'rain."'iiiiiitii of tint tiiriintrii.tl
ort'.ini. It Kiri'iiftln'tiA tlie iiiTVnut
fViti'in pivrii tolii' to the lunlily film .
limn lull ilirntlv on llii- . 1 1 . t . 1 1
oriraiK mill ii tho iiiu -t tmiii: furu
nirll known to tlit) Acirnir) (if iiirxlicini;.
11 ".t. . -i 1 lit v. ;u riiri.1 without
;i Iii"' 1 j.i 1 1 in ih ; it 1 1 .i In. Ulr nf
V. in' if '.irl.it 1 1. 'in l.rr tlniL'iit Sii'l
1..'. 1 ; t!:.4 jT 'it iii.liriiii in tho tin-
i f In r li'iiin1. No iliflrr's p-
.11 iiM.ii"Ti tn .iiiui'iit 1 r ivlvii'o i vif
:t'v. You lave p'.i'l what thrxe two
nr.-J wunii'ii have writti n. li tin imt
i ii .i .'h tolr.nl va to (Ii trxtuiui) tobs
n l of mifTtriiiK t
AiiL-iist 1900. Mr.. W. H. Jonn
of l amrron .Mo. writjn:
"I tuffered terribly st monthly peritxia
for thre yean. I would aometimet po lof
wven moiitht wit! no How si all. Now
1 have my health back again and am
expecting to be confined tn January. I
cannot praise your medielns enough."
WINE of CARD VI
A million infTiTring wotnno
lisva found rriirf in
Wine of Can! ui.

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