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EuuuvU ai tit poaiolttcc m asoond Class mall matter. MY CUNNBLLV A CAMNES. Pif Week, 15c. . . jer Mouth, too. 903 FEBRUARY 1903 Su. Ma. Tn. Wc TH - Fr. Si. -LJ-i.-ii.JJ 8 9.I0U 23 4 J5J6N7 J8J9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 trioos, law-abiding and charitable one of the leading Gertnan-Amerl-cans of Bryan, and man ererjr bodj trusted and liked. He wan a cabinet maker by trade, but had been in the botel and bakery business for man yean. He was burned out about two years ago and sustained considerable- loss. Mr. Boehme was in Lis 4oih year, and was a member of the A. 0. U. , Sons of Hermann and Wood- j men of the World. The funeral will take place from bit late reel deuce thii afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. A t I Texan havq lost millions of dol lars this winter in one form or an other on account of bad road a. HUYAN.TKXAS, FEB 7. inai I I'sed a Shotfua With Desdley Effect At His Bakery On Yesterday Morninf. Mr. Otto Boehme committed! suicide at his bakery yesterday morning between 5 and 0:30 o'clock by shooting himself in the left breast with a shotgun. The sur roundings inJicaUnl that he was siting on bis cot near the stove in the room partitioned of in the rear of his salesroom, and that he placed the rnuzile of the gun very close to his breast and fired it by . pulling the trigger with a long fire , poker. Death was evidently in rtantaneous. He fell from the cot to the lloor and bled copiously. The charge of buckshot entered, mak ing a large wound, and some of the hot came out through his back, uwo the wounds were Kcattered. JuHtice V. Gillie Mitchell was sum moned and after the usual investi gation rendered a verdict in accor dance with the fact set forth. ' Phillip Frinzel, Mr. Bochrae's baker, Uus. Hedlke of Kurten, Hilton Ivey and Master Willie Boehme, son of the deceased, were lack in the ovea room when the tragedy occurred, but two closed doors and ft passage between, to ether with the facta that Mr. Itochme had been op through the night making a good deal of noise, Judge Parker of New York begins to look like a winner for the democratic presidential noioi nation. Marlin is oiieidering one of Judge Hatchr's propositions for an oil mill. It is indentical with that made Bryan. Jurors were dismissed by a din- jtrict judge at Greenville because they had not paid the poll tax and were therefore not qualified voter, as the law requires. The proposed new department of agriculture for Texas will cost about $f0,000jier annum if created according to the bills as introduc ed by Ueprem nUtives Stewart and Brelhford. If the public roads were proprly graded tho coining cummer the saving in horse lleeh, time and pa tience, and the earnings on aocount of additional business facilitated, would repay the cost next winter, and ft big profit on the investment. i Governor Lanhaui has submitted the anti-trust bills to the legisla ture for consideration and a mes sage embodying his views on the subject. Two bill with the pur pfe of preventing monopoly of trade in Texas by trusts had al ready been introduced. and the gun was so close to his i j j Brsios County Teachers' Institute. The next meeting of the llraxos County Teachers' Institute will be reldlnthe court house, Bryan, on February It, In03, at 10:: o'clock a. in. I'KOOHAM. rayer Iter. A. M. Stewart. 2. Holl call, (Aphorism on 1'ed- 8. Jlousseau's "Kmile" Miss Eli sabeth West. t. DebateResolved, "That the State Should Furnish to the 1'ubllc Schools Free Text Hooks' Attlnna- Mrs. Boehme came about 0 o'clock ' tive, 1'n.f. J. II. Allen. Mr. J. M. Oiial; Negative, rrof. T. S. Mlnter, Mr. It. F. K. ith. buJy ae to muiflle the shot, caused those in the rear to disbejieve the report they heard was a shot, and thinking he bad Iain down to go to sleep, they did not disturb him. The truth was not learned until to open the salesroom. Finding the door of Mr. Boehroa's room 5. SpeiK-rr's "Education" T h e I ai. . .I,, ,,u .i.'innuiuif a cihhh, connucteu ly iockod she went in through the: Mm j x lim(UllJt ' H. Illlkllnm. 7. Adjournment. 'I'eacli.-rH will pli'jiHo supply them selves with Spencer" "K'lncntion." W. M. ItoarJ, Ml CarncH, Mi-x llnrtis. (.'oiiiniitico on rromiii. Lukerv and found the other l or locked also. Mr. I'rinzd then broke ' the door open uud the body wan tlirCOVercd. j Mr. Boehme lived with his fjnii-1 y in one of the Wallace callages irth of the courthouse, but gen-1 rally j-lept at the. bakery. He' hud Iwen ill eevrral days and huh no doubt puttering froin te.ujiorary j tucntal aberration. Our Slaughter Sale ia over and the results were very satisfactory, for which we thank our many patrons and friends but having decided to clo.se out our entire line of ladles and Child' rcns Shoes and all of our Mcns Shoes up to and incltitling the $1.50 grade, wo shall continue to ?6 1 all of tliene grades at cost, also all Winter Underwear UNTIL ENTIRELY CLOSED OUT and quote all goods ad vertised at COST below: All Ladies Shoes AT COST All Childrena Shoe AT COST All mens 1, fl.'ioaiul 1.50 shoes. AT COST All inena r'lorsheiin shoe AT COST All winter underwear AT COST All Sweaters A (v r- ahirts AT COST All Mackintosh! AT HALF-THICK DIPLOMATS AND HAY fame of Them Hold a conference- With the Nrretary. CEXTILVL AMERICA UI Representatives From Those Rrpub lirt Incited Over the Political Conditions Kxlstlnr lo ft .Number of Them. II Jl'U Jlt-UU U1IJI lillll a, mentiont'd above you can save money by pa tronizing us. HUNTER ...CHATHAM. Men's Furolihori. Il.l.l I llrlr I lKl,l. I.iiul Ti!lc. Ky., I', ii. Tost "file In spector S. C K:l" r't irti.-l from Hunt Incurs;. Iinl. with a Mory of advin tun' It involvrn live days an I nights of K'uri'.iio: i!n tiii t.. lilies at Hunt- Mr. Uoehine was a native of ( Jcr- i laeir.; "d -'jsht. ilri.ln .itir in ;i inanyiinilhidhveilin l.ryanahout ., Mr '(V Nn f . td'tet-a years, lie was tw i-e mar- roiiii.-r w.-re (;u.r,ht. hut Mr. Kil.i is , ;r i ,. sine t tj :i l two or thi in ri' wonni I leaves a wife and live ... .. . . t . . .nr. r.Hn an i pir;y wt-yr uiiaarai''it. H was honest, mdtis- fluM wii at llnnttr gton. ' llr Wltk Fr Man Io t'ranee aud I bellevo la Europeta countries It Is a tuont ominous for a rlJer. and rsiHt lally a solJler, to want a bone with four wbtt feet lb famous Ketieral Inalle, who was very sutM-rstltlous utKn this point, never knom lnxly mounted men a borne. Tba day of bis death, after several ominous rents which bad Lllrned to blui tliat day, aucb as a broken mirror, a broken p.e. th j'liture of bis wlf broken at the very moment wtirn bo Went to look at It for tlie lnt time, be mounted a borso not bl owu without Kluncltii: nt the ftil. Tho horse bad the unlucky (n. Mounled tiMin this borne, he was utruck by a shot Cred at a moment wlii-n ri Ii t f n jf ha.l ceam d hy a CroHt among the (irlxotit-rs Jiiht tnken at the battle of WiikTii m. On the other haiul, t ln- four white f i- t are a mark ninl toki-n of rouold- era t Ion with the orientals, who do not fail to mention the f.iet in the pedigrees Of their horse. W'ashlnntoD, Feb. 6. Thursdiy was diplomatic day at the state department and there was an unusually strong representation of ministers and ehargri from Central .America. The were all In a atate of suppressed eirlte ment and had a Rood deal of Informa tion to communicate respecting pallt leal conditions which have reunited In the alignment of Honduras, Nicaragua and Salvador against Guatemala, which perhaps might count on the support of Coxta Rlc In case of trouble. Person al ambitions on the part of the presi dential ranilMatea appear to be at the root of all thee disturbances as they are heard at the state lp.irtnicnt. See retary May U enJeuvorlng to prevent what threaten! to be a general out break of hostilities In Central America. but In doing o he Is acting merely as a good friend, for he has made It plain to the rep-rsentat!ve of the Central American republics who have ap proached him on the subject that th t'nlted State government ha not war rant for Interference In their tron blea beyond eatendlng to them friend ly advices. GOES TOROOSEVELT. Preferential l'a;tnrnl fUa M ill II. h mllltil o lha I'rralriant. Washington. Feb. 5. Irritated by the note of M'nister llowen. Veneris- la's representative, addressed lo the lliltlffi amhaioaiior on Motnlav refus-l i Inc lo n--'pt the allies' proposal for a' scheme of preferential navmentu h i whh h Great Itrltaln, Germany and j Italy were to receive :o per tent and i the remaining creditors 10 per rent of the customs receipt at .a (jayra and Puerto Cahello, the allied powers hav Instructed their representatives her to stihm.t tho question of preferential treatment for settlement to President Roosevelt, and In the event he de cllnea to act a arbitrator, to take this and possibly the entire controversy to The Hague for settlement thereby breaking off negotiations with Mr oHcn. I'.aron Sternberg had a conference with Mr. IJowen at a late hour Thurs day Dlttht. He w-nt to Mr llowen's notel from the white house, whore he bad attended the congressional recer. tlon. and the two remained In consul tat!on for half an hour. Neither one would make a statement at the conclu slon of the conference. POLYGAMY THE .THEME. Tha Mataha..d Maasare laaale lis This rrartlra Kalarrad la by saa Wsshlngton, Feb. Tbs discussion of the statehood bill In the senate Thursday turned on the question of polygamy. A number of senators who heretofore have taken no part Id the debate participated In the discussion. Mf. McComas had started the debate Wednesday by criticising the pending bill as being too liberal and when the subject came up Thursday Mr. Cal lltiger adverted U his remarks and said that he was in favor of an amend mtnt covering this question as strong as could be drawn. The Influence of the Mormon church over politics oe cuDled a larre share of the debate which Mr. Hale characterized as Inter estlng. valuable and startling, because It had disclosed a powerful religious organization "exerting Itself as a dom inant, potential force," over the mind and action of Its followers, which should be taken Into account In future legislation. Mr. Dubois of Idaho declared that no polygamlst could occupy any high po litical plare without the consent of the first president of the Mormon church. Th" same Influence, he said, was ei- erdsed In New Mejlco and Arizona. He said that Idaho could control th Mormon people whenever It so desired. TRUST QUESTION. Announcements. FtH CITY BF.CItETAItY. The Eagle- U authorised to an nounce A.LDUSNICA x Ms a eandldate for City Hecretarrlof Itr.van nt tha i nsulntf city election In April. The Kagls is authorised to an nounce YV. It. JOHNSTON as a candidate for City Hec retary of lir an at the ensuing city election In April. The Kaglo Is authorized to an nounce CM. 8PKLL as a candidate for rw-electlon to the ofriee of City Secretary at the etiau Inirclty electiou In April. FOU CITY MA USUAL. The Kai;U is authorized to an. noiinco V. J. KOMF.ItTS as a candidate for City Marshal of Itrynn ut the ensulnj; city election in April. The I'.skIo ,1s authorized to an iioiinco T. I HOYKTT a a candidate for re-election to the, olllce of City Mamlntl at ttio ensuiutr city election In April. The 1'ale Is authorized to an nounce C.C. SHKLItntNK. OnaSal.l l(r(..l.lln V a. InlaaHaJ, bal Clll.lldftte for City Marshal of Itrviiu ii iuo ensuing u-election in April. RAISES SALARIES. larlU larreaM la lha faf af I'allail Mala JaHgas Washington, F b 6 The conferees of the two houses of congress on the 1 bill Increasing salirles of L'nltej States Judges reached an aprement general- i ly accepting the salaries fixed by th bill as It pined thf house. The mens- I ure as agr I upon, an t at It l!l be- come a law. fixes the salary of the chief I Jiintica of the supreme court of in" I t'nlted States of jnnuo pir year and fir trie ns.fnt Justices at tll.r.oii each, the falarles of rlrult Judges nt $Toii an I the salaries of dlsrrlct Ju k'.'s at Olli.n allal II a Miam, Washington. Feb. 6 The antl-trnst bill debate, which opened In the house Thursday, did not develop much ani mation, although there was a fairly large attendance In to galleries The rule under which the house was to op erate, however, precipitated a lively discussion. The Democrats protected vigorously aiulnut the rule for consid eration of the bill because it did not permit them to secure a record vots on a substitute, but the Hpuh:irana replied thut they were willing to ac cept the rrsponMMllty Tie bill to ez pedlnte antl-frust prose ut'ors oci a Si' ncd tio debate. It pn-d ths house, as It did the senate, without a worl of debate. Mr. powers of Massachusetts (Rep.) made the openlug argument for his side of tha honsa on th- Judiciary committee bill and Mr Clayton of Alabama (Dem 1 opened for his side. The f irmer contended that the pend ing mensure was a stop In the direc tion of ru!tloii cf tru.t. while Mr. Clayton Insisted that It was a sham and pretensa nild tint the bill, feehle as It was. never was Intended to go on the statute hook I III on Kaal(iilng. j Washington, Feb. 6. Captain Rich mond I. Hobson Insists on the accept ance of his resignation of the naval servlre Secretary Moody reralred a teh-cram from him to that effect, lie thatiked the department for Its Indul gence In the matter, but said hie de cision to resign waa final. Sarralary af a HaeitMl.Ura. Washington. Feb. Secretary Moody has derided In view of Con strurtor llobson'a declination to re consider his proffered resignation to THREE riWT-Ct.AHS wnttKMEN. HOTaal accept tn same. Me will take oe-j - 'j in I'-oiin mr navys' high appreciation of tha officer's' worm. i Sound Advice! Yc all enjoy a good hearty meal hut few date indulge in it, for ft arii f sit. Vhc ad ache, indigent ion, il p "is, and a hot of other Mnm.iv.ti ttoiildrs. Take a wine t ;i r . i of Carrlo Springs Mineral Water tur your inr.il, .Hid you v ill he able to eat ami drink what you please, with impunity. It is a natural mineral water, nature's ow n remedy for Constipation, Stomach and Catarrhal troubles, and may he giw-n to the vounpcht childtcn. Try a tiotlle, it costs hut 2$ cents, should our dttipijist net have it, we will ship you a 5-gallon jug prrpaid for .. CARSIZO SPRINGS MINERAL WATER Gl MPANY. 1 S4sy asyrosyu. rsTJT49 ULJ ....IJarloi N-it dour e Otr Nstlonil Baak. UU. I) IIAIIIh Vour tront4 is ollcltJ. SIMMONS & GEUE Props Tied and children. C9B8I TOOTH BRUSI1U5 A good variety to -elect from. All shapes nnd izcs. They .ire made with the bristles to tay. See them. THliLflA nnd other popular odors in perfumes. Wc have Wrights Kicgcrs a nl Tinaud's Toilet Waters, and Smelling Salts. Emmers Prescription Pharmacy What ! Sal.l tbonl l.ara. V011 iicrr e:uv n pt or n pnlntiT with larf. conrne e:irs tlmt etainl out from the ht-nd li'.e c 'rliilt-d llic. That kind of 1111 uurli iiiiir ftipeinlnt;o lictoLon con rw lux of li.iml. A loti, lurrnw 11 r t Ijm t In h ll.it to the liend Is a el'ii f iiutrniieitr. Never trut n limn Willi a tliin. wiifiilike cur. lie was l.orn a nyjMNTlte. if not u tltief. A very 'on. .ill rar iM'ioki tis a trltl.ML' mind, Urk- liij. di'idhloii. Karx nit very tilth on th loud ludlriiio iinrrownesN if inliid. A l.irce, wi ll nli.inil itir that l'" not j spread iti-lf to tho linexo In Indicative Of KeniTolltUli-KS. Moit of the world I toinpvlicr liml lnn;e cars und well de- 1 velopcl iiom's. AHIiounh there are su many millions of people in the world, no two jiulrs of cars are alike. I'a u has a iiiarkid Inda Idunllty. CAUSED SURPRISE. I'ram's Vnmlnallun IHrnMt. Wash nrton. Feh. fi.-The nomina tion of lr. W. M. ('rum. colored, fori collector or the port of i harlinton. 8. ('. wan dlNcunsed apaln Thursday by the henate committed on commerce, tint mtlon ar n I ri m pontned. There was Sllfflrtetlt ll.ffer.-ni es of Ollillion to leUil 111,-ln L..ra I., I..llw thut If a vote ere talon the commit-1 "r't'l I"', Slurne A i'oh CO tee wouiii oppoe ( rum s confirmation. JOAL UML OAL VLH TON $8 1 Mllllarr Salslea. Of nillltnry snlutea, riilxltu the right bund ta t!i hend la Keiierally tiellevrd to have orUlnnled from tl.e dnys of the tournament, when knights lll.-d pant the thruue of the in-vti of tieauty, and, by way of compliment, raised their Lands to their brows to Imply that her beauty was too dazllng for unshaded eyos to ifaxe upon. The otllcer's salute with tint sword has u double uicsulng. Tho flrt position, with the hltt oppo site the lips. Is s rapetltluo of the cru sader's action la kissing the cross hilt of Lis sword lu token of faltb and fealty, wblla lowering the point after ward implies either submission or friendship, meaning lu either cass that It Is uo longer necessary to stand 00 guard. Ha Taak the Walatk. It Is told of the late Dr. Parker that when a very, very, very good young man came to him asking whether be should accept for certain special serv ice a gold watch from sn sgnostle em ployer be replied: "Take If, my lad; take It If he had been a Christian, prnap b would not have offered It to WllloltawHl nf A -lil I, l from oriialnrltl ll.ti raalnl a rtiall,in. m.vi-r. 1 .-!.. f.-!). r, --Tho sud I nmin'-enntit that J n-u-ard Alllrkt h.t l wl'hdrann fnitn the (.in !! I r y f i. Fn:!i RM'e netntor which h Ilk uik" I ). perhlnii-nCy !nce is:i", i re,if ed an Immense fn-n-atlon. The belief Is (tencral that the rcfii"'.! of the t'nlted S'.Vrs -wialn t i innflnii Fn!:e Sr.i!,-s I . : n t Attorney V. Ham Pyrne I11 1 tho effect of lrln;;.tu' aliout Mr. Addicl.s' wltiidrawal. Th" t'uion ilepublli an ( hull e for cen.Vor In plafo of Addliks wl!l .roli.il.v be Oiivi-rnor ll inu or S. cre'iry of State Ijiyton or Stale Setmfor Allee. The A I dicks' leader ll.n r ieate,y ti- Lire I that he Would not accept the fnltel Ktafi'S 10T.1t. h ln;i Mr. Addliks arrived here from W.I ' mlnirton aliout I uVlmk ,v'olnit direct to the capital, lie wa-i uhenl Int.i the parlor of the Mate house where ail nt the twenty-one Tnlon U. ni!, can members of the er! I.ittire were assembled lo meet hltt), toi(eiier wlh Secretary of State l.ayton and Insur ance) ("oniint-i.-loiier Marshall. The ns semblytnen nweUed Mr Addliks with boors and he appeared deeply moved by the healthier of the rrcetlnir Im mediately after Mr. Adlick arrived Govenior llutin, who U alld the pea cniaker In Helawaro nolltles. enter. ed tho parlor After the no ur had been cloned those outside heard fre quent bursts of applmiHe and !b ru mor became eeiu riil around the capl tol that Mr. Addlcka was about to withdraw from the most remarkable political flKht In the history of this country, a fluht which has deadlocked three sessions of the legislature and stilt ths Republican party Into two factloaa. This rumor waa confirmed seon after 2 o'clock, when the caucus adjourned. Illm kails I. tn Washington. Feb. '.--The follow'nc caMi m am Ins bei n rc eUed at the ktale department from I'nlti-d States Consul Mne at Ti k'ii kta'im. Itonduras. I llulcil Ki ll fi: "linver titncnt decrees n nn. ! Atnapala bloi kaded " Amiii a!a Is th" !;anu wnere Mutii; In. who Iniins tn have In en ele.ti-, I president of llol). duriH, has Inl.. n bis i-tand and Is mis Iris 11 force) to maintain his claim. W. C. FOUNTAIN Dciplist peeltltf Ma4a fhatrmaa, CiactanaU, Feb. . Ths National convention of the United Urewery Workers mads J. Cokbaner of '8L Laals, chalmaa. S,ra Talk iif t uiirfliiiUp, ' WahliiKtoti. Fi b I'd -There wat more t.illv Thursday a'loiit a compro rtii on th" k'a'eh.Mi I ii!':. Prominent Hi p'llil.i all tn'll.ltors ereil fe Si'tlv In .-tin: t -i to break the dcv!!... k and ktneral lonfeiemes were bd 1. but Ii'dlim ilctlnilo ,u delennliie on. .r hirplirns' llltl Wto-h ink-ion, I'eii f, The lnusa committee on Itnllun affairs authot lcd a favorable repirt on the bin Intro duieii ,v Iti pri Hentallve Stephens nf Texas to open to ket I lenient .fl.'i.olif) acres of land In the Kiowa. (tomanch and Ap m lie Indian renorvaliotis In Olt., luhonia Territory. Urtratrit la OkUti.iina n.ms. C.utlirie, (ikla., Feb. C.-The Okla liomn hoiiKe killed Ike governor's mean, ure Infrod'.n ed by Mr. Matiheas of Payne ciunty, making the outer boun iliirlen of fiklahoma the cattle quaran tine line The vote was 15 to 11. Two Itepublli ans and nine Iiemocrats voted the bill, nine lleniblli ans nnd xli Dem ocrats IIK.llflHl It. Gray FOX! a ill n.l U, t..,n tl j H i,lnn t1nek flrB I ml is. mirth of lirynn e-..n c(.'n. M.rrh r.win, J,ny i ln, fof lrirn tgi f,ll"n or -l.lr. T A. Simm., Krsnillo, T. s. Vots skit n,1w"l;My pot . w Marlnns Aaall. Dallas. Feb. 6-j. F. Mltchem. sli ty years old, a carpenter, employed by L. It Wright, a member of lb Build ers Fxihaoge, which baa a disagree moot wit tae DulliUusj Trades Conn cM. was assaulted by two men. On low uo th,a nead may reault ta eon cuss ton of ths brain. Charles Moos, a planing an ill employe, was also bad ly beaten. Organized labor leaders dis claim all responsibility.' ' t Ilaar Calaay la Steal Tasaa. New Orleans, res. C Ths Doer proa. Meters say tbsy wUI looaU a colony Uixn 200.9OO acrss la tast Tsxas. Stair Mineral Wells Water Ir. U. II. Harrinon has the agency at llryan for the water from the famous Star Well at MTlicral Wells. This wonder, ful water ncetls no recommen dation. The public is familiar with its, merits. Can ie found at all times at N. M. McDou- eihi;. store. t rj7,