Bryan Morning Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, February 6, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY EAGLE.
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MY CONN KLLY A CARNK.
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Per Mouth 4oo.
'903 FEBRUARY 1903
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iinvAX tkxas fk.i . i'joi mer inslilut"' in oU'"r hlale
t Lf.n union and longed for the
The vote for governor at the la J time to come when my home and
general election id exceeded very j native state the grand Male of
far in several counties by the total J Texas would awaken to the itn-
number of poll taxes paid before i ortanc of the establishing of much
theOmtof the month. Our owniinslituliong for herself
neighboring county of Grimes paidj tual jt t wiih no little grati-
about a thousand more polls than! fiction that I have lately noted
the total vote for governor at the j lne B.arting of the movement and
last election. In Dallas El ro LaiMriv Haiched its progress: and
Harrison Dell Shelby Husk and !
many other counties the same sit-
uation exists onlyin some of them
the proportion ot polls compared
with gubernatorial vote is as two
to one. This shows that as a reve.
nue getr the new constitutional !0pf the wnoe )arid. Where its
amendment Is a great sarcess but! rmrnl jnt woud continue to
as an electoral reform move ii is aj.iiill0 brighter and stronger unp.il-
failure. It is better to have the
revenue than not but both objects
the comparative purification of
the ballot and the revenue too can
be attained by a little legiola.
tion requiring the tax payer to pay
his money and have tho tax receipt
turned over to himself alone.
An Increasing number of drum
tners are now unable to quote
prices on their goods. One was in
Bryan Tuesday who took orders
but said his house would make the
prices when they shipped the
good. Nearly everything manu-
factured is on the jump to higher
prices. The labor trusts and the
manufacturers' trusts have the con-
sumers in a corner and are ' put"
ting the bud" to them every day.
Senator Ilanna must lie after
the Southern delegates. He has
introduced a bill to tension ex-
slaves. That goes after all the
darkeys and heats Koocevelt's money since tlie day of its incep-
game of favoring one or two litre-tion which has Iwen growing in
and there with an olhce or an invi-;
vitation to bis receptions.
They "paid their poll tax" in
D.tllas county to the full satisfac-
tion of the Dallas News let us
hope. The- News is explaining
however tli.it s unit on tN paid the
poll fur lot of I hi) D.iil.H rovi-r-figns.
A siicen.ful anti-trust hill would
b a blockade. Mo-i every kind
of merchantable article is the til-
jei t of soiin- kin I of t r n -1 nianipu. rand march of progress in njjri-
la'ion. culture; turn the new stream into
it... 1.1 mI tin. iii swell racli
'I ii" I'uioii I'.icilic
iiuwiern i a-
iili and the II ik I-l.ind 1 1 ivv all
got together now. There will be
but one railroad in the country af-i
ter awhile. j
A pood variety to select
from. All shapes and
Mzcs. They are made
with the bristles to stay.
Emmel'5 Prescription Pharmacy
Argumcat lor Iti Establishmeat at Col
leie Station. Rather Thia at
Bryan Texas Feb. 3 -To Tha
News: Ae a practical follower of
agriculture not only for the mean
of a living but a a chosen occu
Ration through love for the noble
calling I am always wiJe awake
to all topics of interest to the agri
cultural progress of our country.
Pince a boy in my early teens in
my farm and garden papers and
journal I have rend of and ad-
mired the progress and good works
of the BKricultural bureaus and
Daj j tue jH)Wer with zealous care
would I guide it in the safe and
sure channel to a sucqeesful land-
ing where it would be established
on a solid foundation from which
it would ched abroad its Usefulntss
luted by the rhimnicr of lolitica.
Is such a landing place and foun-
dation at Austin or is it at the
Agricultural and Mechanical Col
lege? Most emphatically would I
say the latter place.
If there ever was an institution
whose oilier should seek the man
it is an agricultural institution
and so it must if it is to bo a per
manent success. The history of
such institutions as far back as
you may search tell ua this is true
and what is truer than history?
Financially it would be extreme-
ly bad policy for the state to es-
tablish the department of agricul-
ture at Austin not only from the
fact of first cost being much great-
er but from tho great loss that
would naturaily incur from the
scattering of a work in the same
cause. The sUte has invested in
the Agricultural and Mechanical
College an enormous amount of
uxefulness year by year money
that could not possibly be invested
if it would be all atone time and
serve the purpose. To establish
the department of sericulture sta-
tistic uiiil farmers' institute at
Austin would rau-e this vast use-
till and not easily replaced invest-
ment to deteriorate in value in u
way that monej alone could not
Hy all means let us consolidntK
the forces new and old in one
uther in power and usefulness us
i thev onward ll w.
The time for blizzards is here.
and other popular odor
in perfumes Wc have
Wrights Uiegcrs a nI
l'inaud's Toilet Waters
and Smelling Salts.
Our Slaughter Sale is
o r and the results were
very satisfactory for
which wo' thank our
many patrons and friends
but having decided to
close out our entire line
of Ladies and Child'
ren's Shoes and all of
our Mcns Shoes up to
and including the $l.f0
grade we shall continue
to h 1 all of these grades
nt cost also all Winter
and quote all gooda ad-
vertised at COST below:
All Ladies Shoes
All Clilldrens Shoes
All mens II 1 .25 and
fl.50 shoes. AT COST
AH mens r'lorsheini
shoes AT COST
All winter underwear
All Sw eater & Over-
shirt AT COS r
It you need anything
mentioned above you
can save money by pa-
SMILE AS YOU 00.
Everybody Laves tk Ma With
nriBi..-P th.n i. !... l.rnn.nf f
gems electrifying with a radiance that
does not duxxle so much as It calls !
forth a reflection of brightucss Is the '
The soul of each uinii Is a sun of In-
finite energy and glorious 11k tit. Dut
how few hIIow themselves to shine!
How few faces are lit up with their
possible divine life!
Take your thoughts away from the
swamps of feiir and evil center them
on the bleiils of faith nnd love on iroxl
Intentions for others nnd your coutite-
tinnce is at once llluiiiiiintnl. I
ImiU In n mirror nnd you shnll see
that my words tire true. Absolve your-
self of all troubles he pcuccful 1S
still cense nil your repining; then your
countenance will shine.
Thiit such an Instantaneous pliyslcr.l
change t un take place hy " cliaiijce of
thought suggtsi vvluit power there Is
lu ii renewed habit of thought n luihlt
crented hy repested conselous reMise-
flll efforts if ciiliii. ivuii-elitratisl tUIu.-
Illg 111 line with the ideal.
Not only I the countenance changed
hv u bright thought but the whole
body. Tlie fltoliit in'-' so ninny Vortices
of ether and the central force of each
Is the mind j
V shining coiintennuce Is n smllliu'
countenn. e. Look on life rightly nsel
' . . .... .... !
von cannot hut he pleased. Jinn jolt
jini iiiniM.i '
will Minile. you will l.'iugli wiui joy m-
Cllllse of life's possibilities.
Yon have perhaps desired to reach i
greater heights or power. J on will
Mich them easier if you will but smile
as you go.
There i every reason why the heurt
should he glad nnd your love for otl- The police found In the house of a bar-
er will Miow this so. This is the sua- Iter In the plaza Mai hado. the body of
shine that expresses Itself in your
rotiiiteliuiu'c. 'i he mere fait of lovliu
drives Bway fear nnd darkness. Ail
false conceptions of duty the conclu-
sions of 11 biased ren soiling; viinish at
the appearance of love.
Kvery one loves tho sunshiny days
and every one loves the inn 11 whose
soul or Individual sun shines through
Such a man will be trusted wherever
be s. lie Is an Interpreter of life; ua
will Intuitively criisp the inenuliiK of!
things; he will lx welcomed every-
where; be will recognize all nnd he will
be recognized by all: he will he re-
ceived as the Hou of Man. a true exem-
plar of bis race n leader In the evolu-
tion of humanity; be will be on encour-
agement and an Incentive to all.
A shlnlm countenance la first of all
an Immediate phenomenon expressive
of the proof of rlht tbiukluK and tha
same source of this lllustrstlon con-
tains the potency of completely chang-
ing chsracter. body surroundings of
lnfluencluif the person tbe commuulty
the race of issuing forth froin Its In-
finite solar renter peat stream of life
firing out more vigor raising tbe wbole
realm of existence to tbe b lifter plsne.
SPIRITED COLLOQUY. .
Uteljr t'aMag-e of U'nrtU IHrur Over the
Washington. Feb. 5. Toward ' the
end of the session of the senate Wed-
nesday there was a lively passage of
words between Mr. (lallluger and Mr.
A spirited cnlliKiuy arose between'
Messrs. Calllnger and lleveridae dur
Inc the course of a apeech by Mr. ' Blonopolles and conspiracies la ra-
' Kean. in opisisltlon to the statehood gtralnt of trade and prescribe penai-
bill. The question under discussion ties for forming or b-ln connected
was the unequal representation In lh "utn r"!. monopolies and con-
ronicrrsa enjoyed by . taln states. prl l;s- " Pro''J- fr h rup!;.r;'
I Mr. Oallinger remarked that Mr. Ile-
rldK was simply prolonging the de-
bate by referring; to It.
"I deny the r ht of the senator'
answered Mr. Ileverhke. - when a sen- propones to tranw. t business. Third
ator la cnnaKlnn In debate here to de- require foreign corporations. Ix fore
scribe any purpose which he nayttiey ran obtain a permit authorising
bavvw " iJhetn to eng-lKe In business within the
... I State of Texns. to desiRnate the pifee
I will take the rlKht." quickly re- M mhl(.h ny pro!Be to transact sfj.-b
torted Mr. (iallltiKer "to nay that this business anil prohibit foreign corpora
Is a deliberate and premeditated sys- which are orninUefJ for a pur-
tern of obstruction. " pose for whUh cot or.ition rannot b
"V had the debate out on that sub- f irmed under t!ic laws of the slate of
Ject the other day." said Mr. Ileve- Texas from trjiisji-tiiis; busini-s with-
ridKe. " and I think the senate and tho Id tbi state.
coutry tiiiilerHtoiiil where the reul ote
Struct. on exists."
"I think it does." sarcastically re-
marked Mr. ('iiillliiKer.
Mr. Keeno ibsirrd to be excused
from further discussion of the bill oj
account of a severe lt.
Mr. ljuay. with conslileralilo humor
(ointli.ecl with sarcasm remarket!:
"The chair will perceive that almost
dally the progress of this discus-
son I (becked by homo suggestion ot
this character. The Infirmities of the
opponents ot the statehood bill aro
something frightful to see ami are In
creasing I fear before the termina-
tion of the disc ussion they will all be
In the hospital."
I suppose you will
not c jc' t I all the o.potient. of the
go to the hospital:" .
"Not in the least." responded Mr.
I In the mllst of the laughter
1 . i st .ii
j I odge n marked : home of ... will
B14IT Willi J..1I I'F II"-" IKI.
1 The penal" i oiici:rre. In the mnend-
mept of the bouse nnl id In for a new'
tlei art metit of ua
liu'ttire bill dine.'
flxlug tile cost at
pEMe I the bill.
I i.rwo.ooo. This
Washington Feb. 0. The general de-
bat on thi postohVe appropriation bill
a enlivened by an Interesting discus-
sion of the tariff. It was particllate.1
In by Mr. Si'd.-y of Pennsylvania
(Itrp. : Mr. Wlll.ams of Mississippi
(Di'in.l and Mr. C.rlggs of lieorgl
(Item.. Consideration of the pnstorhVe
bill In committee of the whole was com-
pleted but it was not pased.
I'rnrlalina llliiiself Pr.lilrat.
Washington Feb. 5 The state d-
nnrriinnl hm tieen a.tvlseit that merrn
the hold-over president of Honduras
has turned over the presidency to a
council or ministers anil that Iioniiia
who claims to have been elected to the
presidential offli e has pnx lalmed htm-
s If president at Artialpa.
T. Wa.lilnrl.ia Tetegraphe.1 la
lo to (..Ines.lll. Ma.
Tuskegee. Ala. Feb. 5. Booker T.
Washington left fur (ialnesvllle Fla..
to address a meeting of s htwd super-
intendent and educators to be held
there. Hei ently'van Invitation was ev
tended Washington to bo present t ut
he llll(.lilHln wni( h arHP V(.r lho
mait.r WItH ff such a
nature that the
negro educator deelded not to nccept
the Invitation. Wednesday however
he ren-lved the following; telegram
Cone without fail. You will receive
kindly and friendly welcome. Address
to he given IB courthouse to both
W. H. Thomas. Mayor nf CalneKvlllej.
Wm Hollow n v. County Superinten-
teinli nt of ivlm atlon.
W. i! Shea's. Siale Supi i I ;it 'iillit
of Kducat on.
Minn III. liUker.
A ust i ii. Fi ll. .V Former Lieutenant
Citoerniir llrownlii" api-eared at tl-
cn;illol iiilni;s the uhiiloTH which bad
for many yearn adorm-d and partially
com eali d his face. Many of bin most
Intimato frl. mis passed htm by without
rcconllng him I
Former governor Sav.-rs met Mm on
the avenue and cv laimfd lirownltir.
There Wrr tla Itoalhs.
Vnjitl.ni. Xlex Keb. .1 -There were
five eat lis Wednesday from the plague
Ths number of 1 pie isolated Is ICfi
a woman who had diet of the plag'ie
the corpse tiad remained In the iiouse
several hours. This Indicates the
plague is advancing Info the center
and best built part of the city.
ff.tiiril Trriiilnal AasiH-latlmi
8t. Iiuls. 1-Vb 6 The final step In
the settlement of the controversy be -
tween the Chicago Ihsk Island and
Pacific Hallroid company of the .St.
I.ouis terminal association over tin
control of the Wiggins Ferray company
has been reached hy the Uock Island J
Joining tbe Terminal association.
tinea to llalllinnte.
Plrmlnghum. Ala.. Feb. R. ftev.
Jobs C. Murray rerfor of the Church
of the Advent of this city tendered
his resignation to the vestry lis will
accept tbe rail to St. Michaels' and
all Angels' church of Haiti more. Dr.
Murray Is one of the most eminent
divines in the south.
Monterey. Met.. Feb. 5. A Are has at
last been kindled In tbe re.t blast
fornace of the Monterey steel plant
thus Inaugurating one vf Ua greatest
industries ot Msxloo. Tbe ftr was kin-
tied by Mrs. Eugene Keller wife of one
f tbe stockaoUars.
.rrnnr Laaibam Transmits
Austin Feb. S.-Oovernor Unham
lent a special message to the legisla-
ture asking for anti trust legation
long the line of three hills h present
ed to the legislature. If said bill ars
tnactrd Into Uws thx will first. de
i en. r.on.i mi toiir lllxnl trusts
p(U!on n Htate of Texas. Second.
amend Art. "4. of the revised civil
statutes of the state of TiM so a to
require the charter of a domestic cor
tuirMlinn l.i ut.itn tli nlai'M itl whlrh it
SAN. JACINTO BATTLE.
Hilt rrnliki( for ll I'.ir. l ham
fmmm lnlrlitf .l In llmite-
! Alin. Feb r The house killed the
' S'-naie bill relnilng to certain eiemp-
i lions from Jury service ly a vote of to
' to fil
j A bill was Introduced In the house
prohibiting any railroad not created In
Texat from onsiriuting and main-
taining a railroad In the state.
I A resolution was Introduced In the
housi providing for pun time of j4e-
ture by Mi'Ardle of Sun Jacinto MnMle
In the senate a resolutl.m to apiw.int
" "'"e vNir Institutions and a...
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IOM 'l-"-'f M "1 tlllt llllll'HIII f J 7
font of print. tin h.illot In oiin'i' not
itul.... i ....... I ... fc I ... 1 1 .a . ...
unioK rtiim i nun ihiimm r i - i in
alI.wn)t . .1ull..r
marry her stcp-f.itln-r.
f..nr 10. r n.
i -t ii. Feb H A pphr (t.in f'ir writ
of matidamui wai filed in tne siipreme
court by John V K:t liens of Menard
rountr against I. and Conitnlssbitier
Terrell to compel lnu to file applica-
tion fur puri ha-ie of two sections of
Ijii I in M. n.ir I 'iniv '
fs I at? tlrnwti.d ail nnih.r llni
Ftaleigh. N. ('. Fib. r -In attempt-
ing to drire through a swollen itream
known as Foundry branch near Ox-
ford. N C . Missri Kthe Rnyster anl
Miry Iri-an and a young man narned
William Tlllotsnn were thrown Into
the water by the overturning of the
nuggy. ami .n.i noyster or mtora was
caught b-ncuth the vehicle and
drownrd Miss (lean seln-d a buh as
: ha was swept down the stream. Til-
lot son grasped her skirt In passing and
beta were rem-tied a few minutes later
by th- twelve-year old brother of
yong Tlllotson who waded out to
W.l. PL. a j . M w
iwir sjumuiirr. r oouy Ol .MISS
lioyster was rei overed
Tea VriieraMo I I Viulm !' Ammf
In M s.-M. Iinsvila.
Piffsneld. Mas. K.b Fnlted
States Senator Ibnry luin in pawes
died this morning at hU home in thM
(!iid yesterday nt Ms home In thn
Il was eighty-six years of age Mr
Pawns had bei n ill fln. t'tirist mas
night. tn n he eotitrai ted a severe
. cold while driving. The nl.J deeli
d into grip whh h utidei mlm d bin
1 sys'i in Sin " l i't S iinlay no;lit lie
bad b.eti In an utn hum ions luiulitjon
j When President ltei-i-vet visited
I P.tt-li-ld lad fall he lulled Upon the
j veii'an statemin. It was wli.le re-
' turning Tiotn n '-it to ln.s ni..
the ttolley n . Idenf o. .111 red In w hn h
the pr. -Id' nt (li-iiri-d.
The k n-i i.r M-rvid several t'jms In
the t'nlt-d St;:t.-s nenale and was
nilninator of t!i" pawes 1 muiiii.-oloii.
4'nlilf' i l-r s. lllr.l lijr lteriiiiillii( i.f Ilia
I ilia lul.
Ih rlln. Feb. . The . t tti s contro-
vr.y regarding Amerhan wheat
whlrh. It Is claimed contained a mil-
i'1''' n- t'anadlnn wbeiit. has been set
tled by refunding the extra duty. A
committee of Hamburg and IScrlin
Kr.iln (:"vts who were call'-.) In by
the iiitoms authorities reported that
It wa impossible to prove 41.es where
Canadian was mixed with American
I wheat. It I believed by Cerman ship-
I operators that the recent agreement
I with American exchanges that Canadi-
an whe.it rertltlrutca must he 111.11 ked
bonded." will remove all causes for
. disagreement In future
Onthrle. Oklu.. Feb & -The body of
Alex. A. Sneird of Chl knsha. I T. who
riled of apoplexy while at dinner was
M'iit to his former home In llrentwood
Tcnn He wafone of the first editors
and manager of the Nashville Ten
nessee. American and also held a poel-
tion on the bench to taht state.
served with distinction in the C'onfed-
I argrat Null or the MUrf
New York. Feb. 5. The largest suit
on record for the loss of a human life
Is on trial In the supreme court at
White I'lalns. The New York (Vntral
Railroad company Is asked to pay
fT'o.OOO damages for tbe death of Al-
fred IS. Verrln of New Hochelle la the
Park avenue crush. The action la
brought by a trust company as execu-
tor of the Perrln estate and guardian
of tha children.
..... 1 J. )
FOR CITY HKCKETAHY.
The Kaple I autliorlsed to an
DOU"Ce A. L. Dl'NNICA 1
asetnlllate for City Herretarr of
Itryau at the uisuliifcT city election
The Katfle I autl.orlted to an-
nOU"C8 W. K. JOHNSTON
as a randhlate for Cltv Keeretary of
Itryatiat the eimuiiiK city election In
The Ka'le Is authorized to an-
C. M. HFF.I.L
a acandlilste for re-election to the
otTlceof City Secretary at the ensu-
liiK city elect iou in April.
FO It CITY MA USUAL.
The Kugl" U aulliorUed to an-
W. J. IltWiKUTS
as a rniididnte for City Marshal of
Itrymi nt thn tixiiiiix city election in
The Kaht Is authorised to an-
nouuee T. 1". IIOYKTT
a a catulldate for re-eeion to the
oltlce of City Mrshal at the eusuin;
pity election In April.
The F.ii'le I authorized to an-
nounce V. C. SKF.I.Itl'IlNF
a n ptndltlnte for City Marshal of
ItrvHii at Hie ciisiiliirr City lectiuii
Ve all enjoy a good hearty meal
hut lew date indulge in it (or
(car of suk-headache indige tion
dvpepsia and a 1)M of other
Motnaiti trouUe. ' Take a Mine
jr'a-tul oj Carrlo Springs
Mineral Wotvr ier your
nicsl- and you will he able to cat
rind di ink what yoti please with
impunity It it a natural mineral
water it.iturc's own remedy" for
Constipation Stomach .and
Catarrhal trouhnV and may be
given to the youngest childten.
Try a Mottle it cost hut 25 cents
should our tituggist net have it
we will ship you a 5-gallon jttg
prepaid for f 00.
CflSRIZO SPRINGS MINERAL WATER
BAN ANTONIij. TK X A 8 tS
N-it diair esel Cltv Nalkmsl Bask.
T1IRKE FtRMT-n.AH.t wriKKMEM. MOT sal
Your patrucas is wllrUad.
SIMMONS & GEUE Props
l!r))t i li-f Stoni'Tf Jt Coal Co
v. c. Ft h: ma in
J J A I
HI mslta th .ik.n at J n Puna's iloea frm
Mmleannnh of llrrtn Sraann opess Marrfe
l .ltiauj On July 1 l yr ncea sud
' .n.nor.r iT A. himiui Fran kits
Teins. Vug all know "lirajr Foi." is
Mineral Wells Water
Dr. K. H. Harrison has the
agency .lt Ilryan for the water
from the famous Star Well at
-Mineral Wells. This wonder
ful water needs no rccommen.
dation. The public is familiar
with it merits. Can lie found
at all times at N. M. McDou.
Bald's Drug store. yi
AND U II
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