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4fT 1 0 BlV I 1 f- J I YOU PEfUNIERY " TOILET ARTICLES DON'T YOU WANT THE BEST? Too will lad nor tloes alweyi 1 oaptU wl'h pipr'$, $eeley's, 'Viola and California Perfdmes and Violet Waters. Alio the flne.1 w k of 0mbs, Brushes, and Facial Preparations in the City. your PRESCRIP- We offer Compe- lnt Pur Drift Htf f DAILY EAGLE. I -wizf ! tmad Cla. ull matur. Mf'-'-'UCK P4LHBB CAftKEa. MlLMUiCAMiaa Editor. F NMcumot ma: rvVVn. 18. - Per Month. 40c BirjtsDAY, jti.y , imm ... ,. i. ... . , penee of far more iiniKirtan) mat in mi ii til vi' lemlencies ol Th Eugene Williams and T. I Hon S. Mfiderson and other gentlemen in lit seventh district may prove w mnoying to the "present en lent" later on. Oalveston are informed that the pines consiat of aliout 1200 la, some only a half acre in sin, with but a few families of Kan.ei on them. Nearly 200 of thai-lands varv in size, ranging fro 50 to fjOO aquare miles. The total population is s.odo.ijoo d thirteen distinct languages r-oken by them. There an now 210 veaaela in conmiiaion in our navy, thegreat rt number in active service since lb civil war. f the regular na 11 .-Sels U l'Hig to the tlr-t das-, 18 U the second claae, 4;t to tin third class and ii to the fourth lf: 12 are tug-, sailing veaaela dX'. receiving, ships. In addition tot ... is there are 111 vessels auxil- iary to the navy, taking in ''' cruers ami yaciiis. . phwkh Mdjcolliers, 2fi tugs, 1'. revenue rut Wi rs and 4 lighthouse tenders, ever in ull the history of the woftd another lUOh evidence of a sudden rise and fall of the navies of two nations aa that presented by 1 United States and Spain. swarm of bumble bees trid to lake their neats in a pile of old pa -re in one corner of ouredi lor ll sanctum this moi.ih, and we md n hard time trying i i per wild ttiem to change their mind and'build it somewhere else. Fin fallv we tried to force them out Md one of the little devils fired his Enah gun into the back of our Jcki, and it swelled up till it hung (glum over the aides of our shout upra! Another one of the little fctiiish scoundrels exploded hit J I ... it,, nil lea of our In ad. Si. ol uyni"'' land it tore off tubfull of hair d knocked oUl n lia4rt 0f our an in. After a tierce battle tm , (but four minutes we had killed ' .11 Imt one. ami lc craw. - . ' j ...n aaven tunes IMI" " . ... ... We (Inally killed him W neace' hM everv place ! stuns ut ne Ba We couldn't get imnta any- WW"'. . Urn enollirll t. tit n "XTaea we lied to . ..... ll ItrL'll 'lit ...... -",".u.,.:; ...ihhard made out and ior iyv . . j i .., ,A,,; t Decatur Mar a wagon sheet. WILSON-JENKINS DRTJGr CO. piio. What Make Man. "Common sense rulca in lrem niatten the tame aa any phase of our live- and thia eur young men should li-arn and understand. A man' manners are not exterior, they etnenate from within, from himsilf. Kxerien?e and observa tion are the only teachers he can aeek and uae. Etiquette booki are uaeleaa to him. A young man's progress and favor in the eyea of others does not depend uoon hia being ostentatiously eorrect in manner, movement and tueech. Hia strongest and most lasting hold uisin the resiect and eonfi dence of people cornea from tome thing deeper. He must not be boorish and slovenly, nor heedleaa of the feelings of others. It ii his duty to carry himielf well accord ing to hit bst instincts, and not bv rule aa laid down in Ixtoks. Bo with a voung man's dreaa. A twenty we do not expect our young men to devote so much time to their clothes that they shall he cor rectly dressed upon every occasion. Such uaeleaa knowledge, is at that j time of life, acquired at the ex ' - mM t- i II llii Mil ter' - Tbe for llllll II" tlinn iru(i', en mi aa i necessary, omee to all of us as we progress. The right sort of a yonng man dresses in the neatest manner he ran, and as well as his income iiermits. That is alwaya good taate a m la invariably makes a pood impression. I never yet saw a young man who ehthcr hired or borrowed an evening suit for a special occasaion who did not loudly proclaim tne -elf-evidcnt fact. When a young man wears clothes beyond his meana he invariably shows it; and he never fails to make a fool of himself. Ii is not what a man wears, but how he wears it that tells the story. La diea' Home Journal. Tin' ,mhii TVr lline I, earned. Wl(,.r j tjc ;Mlisli National Beview observes "that when a non military people go to war they are apt to make unpleasant discover ies," and adds that this country is learning the lesson. This may be true, but we have made to many pleasent discoveries that the disa greeable things are almost entirely overlooked. We have discovered that we have the best trained corps of naval officers ami men in the world; that every one of our tars is a man of intelligence energy and grit; that our armored vessels shed shot and shell as a duck sheds wa ter; that our gunners can hit the bull's eye nine times out of ten, and demolish it with the tenth shot; that we can organize an army and whip an enemy in less time than any country on earth. In the en joyment of pleasant ami agreeable knowledge we do not rare to think ' of trilling and melancholy things. We will let the enemy do that. j State Journal. N.- IMiotOKrii pliers. Having Iionglit the T. -I. Bedford I'ho- : ni Ii Mfldli we have added some new instruments, and am now ready for work. We will be pleased to have you ! hih! see our work . U.-t insured if vmi see lilt i nivnus your pstronaire, you ....U iinniirimH rm-ilve l UrtrnllS II II 1 iioliorabll' treatment. will aUis em. v., ' ., ... .... the beat and latest work at legitimate prices. Hemeiiiber we do all kipds n( view work Interior or esteriur. Flash Uinta for dark hall". Kor this clasa of work we have a special instrument. Wiuis I Oousiax. II. U. Rhodes returned from tbe road ) este'day. i trip up COPY WANTED FOR SPECIAL EDITION ADVERTISEMENTS. The field work has been nearly complet ed for the Eagle-Me -teor Special Edition, and the work of get ting it out is going on. We are now ready for the copy for ad vertisements. Please prepare your copy. We want it right away so that there will be as little delay as possible in getting out the big edition. Harvey News. Hot times. Haiti on Sunday and on Monday. No decrease in the amount of sickness at present. Mist I. ula Tate has been quite ill during the past week, hut it now up and all-right. Mr. Dick Jones of Bryan, s?nt Sunday afternoon at Itethel. Messrs. Kveridge. AeufT, Hrown, lioiithitt, Wiley and others spent Saturday night and Minday last at Kurten. The meeting at Itethel on regu lar HpKintment was (alleil in Sat urday ami Sunday. The singers met on Sunday after noon last and very good singing na- bad eoiiiil-riie.' the warm weather ami also the absence of a number of our good singers. The Daily Debating Society met in - s-ion on last - iturdaj night and debated the question: "Ke-l Halved, that the influence of woman i has contributed more to civilization than that of man." The question Wa- Well (lisci-se. u resulted ill favor of the affirmative. Ihx. Speeitil Train lor QalraatM and Houston, Nnnlii. .Inly :H. Uaavet BfTaa, fl M a a.; fare (lab veslon anil return. f'.VOO tte Houston and return, )l.75. I to return on regular trains I -living linivesioo :.M) p. in. July Slat mid 7.00 a. m. August 1st. (nisi to return frmn llouitnn on regular 1 Irsui" up to anil ineluiliiig i 00 a.m.; 1 1 ai n August 1st. . m Hloniilks. "Quick! Tbe treasure." It was a woman's InfUltlon to tbe ,'SSCUS. Tbrustlac the doufbnut Into btr bo ii. in. she turned to confront tbe dMpe rsdo, aa he ent.rtd. "Foiled!" hlssud Klondike Alf, for mere wns nothing to he sen but mix lets. II M..I-.MI. "I suppose your father was a hlX ...... hi. "I sbould say be wa! Why, 'Mttle ffoocbe coocbe put Crest Wettsra' itoek tumbled three points tbs day be tltfl!" A Ha.brar i.. .1 One of tb. great bugbears of spins terhisxl has Ihstii demolUbrd by a Mln aeaota woman. Taougb sbe had bad many suitors, of course, sbe was still unwtddad at thirty, and on. day, as sb. was sending off a gift to a girl frlsnd wbo waa about to b. married. Sbe bewailed tbe fart that tbe bachelor girl never got wedding-presents or a trousseau. Her father promised that sbe herself sbould not be slighted In this rasped, whether she msrrled or not. and a few weeks ago. when sb. areptcd the uffer of a business position and derided to take up her bachelor residence in Chicago, tbe old g.ntla mau was as good aa bla word. 11. gave her a bandmssie chatk to buy a romplele outfit of clothe, from shoes to bonnets, and many of her friends took up tbe Idea aad gave her useful and ornamental artirles for her bache lor apartment. And now It la an nouncedwhether it be through the aid of bar fin. feathers or not Ii not slated sb. Is to marry tb. pretld.nl of the i ompany that employs her. TIN Latest Ur Nan's lathes. The lales levy women have made on lb. maai ullne wardrobe has been bead ed by tbe fair huntresses of Uagland and Long Island. It is the appropria tion of tbe long overcoat. Whereas men have adopted a spet-Ul coat- th. covert coat for nnc to hounds, which Is short enough to he worn comfort ably while on hoisebaelc. and hat been found ao convenient that It haa been generally adopted for morning wear women bare selieal upon the Chester, field, and. adapting it to thulr needs, use It when they are moving about be fore or after ruling It gives a pi quantly mannish appearance t0 a slight and pretty woman, and will doubtless he used fur other occasions than this for which It was originally Ii. ended. Krairsnl Itath Wat. Have the r. k ear. all tb. lemon skins, after she has made her idea and jellies, and put them into th. water pitcher on the wath-stsnd. The re sult Is fragrant toilet water, which la beneficial to the sklo. 'cvo .il nllcn of lemon In the bath are very good. Car. must be taken to remove the etds, eii. the plumbing will be In lured. Durled In a fur coat, with bis hands feep In his pocket, n man passes on the boulevard a man dlstrl billing hnnd- iils Very politely, hut without tak ing bis bands out. be says to tbs dis tributer: "Thsnk you. kindly, my friend, nut sill you have the goodness to throw It in tbe sidewalk yourself?" ..VLflKRT J. HATERS. oil Dealer And all kinds Cleveland, fmbler and Ideal We give special 'attention to Jail BICYCLES ThrI)oor North Span I sli- America. Every true American heart should throb with sympathy at this time lor Mexico at the mention of the days September loth and ltith, which are the sam M- . July Ith is to Americans. Tliese are Mexico's two greatest holidays. President Diaz was born N "'ep tern her 15th at 11 o'clock at night and one hour later iSept-mbcr 10th) was the birthday of hide pendent Mexico. It is no wonder therelore that the Mexicans love' these two holidays, which represent 1 so much to them. n the night of; Septeralier l.'dhat exactly 1 1 o'clock from every city, town, hill and dale over the great Republic, one mighty shout issues from a million free-; men's throats, "Viva Mexico!". 'Viva el Presidente!" In Mexico the day is cclebrsted with great ilcndor. Nearly a quarter of a million of people take' xart in the festivities and the scene, rivals anything ever presented on tbe American Continent. On the day preceding the Presi dent's birthday it it customary to hold the unrivalled "Battle of Flowers." Long before the sunt begins to peep over the hills there, can be seen thousands of Indians! wending their way to the city, bringing with them large supplies of rarest and choicest (lowers.! Houses are decorated in the great est profusion, and the public build ings and statues show a practical evidence of the great fertility and richness of the soil. It is one of the days when every one has a free license. The rich and the poor mingle ami pelt one another with llowcrt in the most demisralic manncr. Thia is followed by two days given up to moat extravagant cele brations, i (inducted with Kmpaiid eclat never witnessed in our Dem ocratic Republic. They also have their "Liberty Hell" which hat a history equaling ours and not least amoiiL' the i rrei 11. - i- the ring ing of this liell. On this occasion an excellent op. (Mirtunity is oltered Amernansto visit this land of wonder, the "'Kgypt of America by the I ,V (i N. R. R. Tickets wiil lie sold on September 10th and 11th to Mexico City and return at remarkably low rates, final return limit .'10 days with stopivers at plea-tire in Mex ico. ( 'hoice of routes via Laredo or Kagle Pass, or for an additional charge of 19.00 tickets will he sold going via one route and returning the other. Kor full particulars ul on near gat Ticket Agent, , .V (.. S. R. R., or address D.J. Price, i ;, p. A-T. A., Pale-tine, Texas. The AMERICAN Laundry. Two doors Soutli of Kx change Hotel. First class work (iuarantced. Prompt delivery. PATRONIZE A HOME ENTERPRISE and keep your Ionoy at home. Telephone No. 141. E. D. BEACH, Mnnugor. f BICYCLE 5UNDRIi:S. W heels are the hest. kinds ol Bicycle Kejair work FOR RENT. ol" l-:x-liMiigjro Hotl. CITY DIRECTORY. tin orricsas. Msyor, ('. A. Adams. Maraball, T. P. Boyett Meputy Maisbal. It. II. Smith. Secretary and Treasurer, H. (J. Khodee. City Heiton, II. II. Jon... Constable, C. I.. lUker. Aldermen It. , Tabor, W. H. Howell, W. W. Harris. C. II. Wy., Jno. af. I.swrence. Mm orricaas. Judge, W. II llsrinao. C.erk, , IV. Mc Michael. Attorney, A. U. Itoard. Tax Collector, J. J. Adama. Tax kmmm, le. m. Xaii. sherirT. T. C. Nunn. Treasurer, K. W. Carr. Di.irict Clerk, J. C. Williauia. Coinmi-sion.r- It J. Drens, l .t.r Thomas, Kelix Phillip., I. . Arrmr ton. hi sen iHRu-rioat . Bapliet-W. C. Mgf, pMtor; lef. vice every Sunday II a. in. and 7:15 p. m. ; sundav school V, a m ; pray er meeting Thursdsy aight. Methwllst J. B. Cochran, pastor: Service) II a. m. aod 7 p. m. Sur.day; Sunday -rhool '. o a. in . I p worth iairue sunJay I p m. . prayer-meet, ing Tnewlsy night. fresbvrtenao J. I. West, pastor; Services morning aad evening 1st. 3rd ami 4th Sunday in each month; Sunday school !:44 a. m. ; pray.r-meeting Wednesday night. Christian, J. L. Andrew, nastor- Hervieei U a. m. aad 71JV p. ui. San day; Sunday school !Mft a. m., Chria tlan Kn.leavor :t p. m. Sunday, prsyer mecitog Winelay night. Free Communion llaptiat . M. tea art. pastor: Services .very Sun. 'lay night in each mmtli, -unday si-IhsiI 10 a. m. St. Joseph's Cstholic Church -Father Pelnar, pastor. Mas. at H and 10 a. m. Sunday. uiooa Mssrisoa. Ivanhoe Commandery Xo. s, Knight Tetii.lar.-Met M Toeaday in each month. A. M. lttio.lv, K. (' , (;. Ithoiles, Secretary. W.T. Austin Chapter So. ;, K. a. M.-Meet. thml Mon.lay in each month. John ij. Tabor II. p., jaa Keed, Hsc'y. Ilroaos bsigi. No. 1x0, A. V. A A. M. Meet fourth Monday in each month R. h. Nail. W. M ..Co. Carr. hay, Bra., bxlgs No. K. of P. .-Mast Hrt and third Tuoeday in each month -A. M. Waldrop. C. 0.; D. 0. De Mar, t, K. ti It. - Vulcan laalga No. 37, A. 0. U. W. Meet second ami fourth Thursday in each month. M. II. Jam., M. W., A. Kiiulen. recohl.r. Hryan No. Lodge I O.I.', K. of .- m first and third Thursilays in each month. A. Kraden, dicUtor, A. J, Plainer, reporter. Brsios ( amp No. I0. W. of W. Meet ..-.,, an I fourth Friday in each Math, w. s. Stuart. C. 0.; Joe B Heed, clerk. Hryan Tent No. Hi, K. 0. T. M. M. i ting iiihta first ami third Monday each month, ham II. Wllai.n, t:.:Jjoe B. Itel, It. K. Hryan bslg No. olllB Kornm Meeting nighta - , . and fourth Walneslay eoeh month. L A. Saun ders, pree'l; J. B. Kr,, linancler. Bryan l.oilga No. m, National Aid Meeting nighta lirat and third Wednes day in each month. .. W. Holman pres t; W. S. Stuart, ser'y. J. W TTMANIN, M ERCHANT TAILOR MAIN HTRKKT, Bryft. Texas. All work Guaranteed and done promp ly. OlvehimacaJ.