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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

SOME DUTIES FIXED TAiurr miL xr m A > invsuju 1OIt RKVKMTf IJultes Said lo Hare lleen riaced on tnad Ores Iron Or dual Win Fruit nml Nni liio Income Tnx Will llemalii Weshlncton March S The oerajcratle majority of the senate committee on aim net raiMued in sitting tills morning with the intention a on of the members expressed It OS continuing tht days aion until the hill anould be perfected so far as the commlttM can rerfact It The members of Uie commute say to day mat they have arreail upon some of i > o schedules but decline to give out any figures aa any conclusions reached may be subsequently changed on account of tho bearing that tni rates m on aehodule may have upon unothet They atUl have In mind the Idea of formulating what ahall be In most respects a tevenue bill Some senator w im have been before the committee aay that their requests for higher ratea of duties will be granted nd strengthened Members of the committee have asserted Chat It the Increases asked warn grant...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

l d In front of a real in nl Id kept 1 ii it m > lioues nlnt ii i i > our money i il t ilit i street Mr Iuumeitoj Ii t 1 ioho ed v as i hniiol gentleman M Itiumerlnn limit sotno teal Ii It down Ill fc > hue It you will injnrd to cur f f ftcn talked of i m the hills A M r r l rronia llpu 1 ir mendifiHly hltfli J V linh hen walked > i ii tiiiuairt hla u v maps 1 in tntline Mr I uu I th aoodlaoiv 1 > hu I bLon follj > V h h ha ° I 1 mat 1 ran Keep ii ir hi te found enaetly l 1 > I irnil that an r 1 < i I itj t in I lj Ked at th < > 1 i i I I mi It a In 11 r I J nnxlouiily l r r I n miorl ha mujied > > w m t k i me any > that he lad I inteieil the 1 a rlj o eniloui Nr Paumerton I s d hull hao an t R in hni lo P t 1 imi 11 I ip n ik till I i i I 1 and Pat dow n besl le him and put nor hand In hi I e t ionfes dn to make she said di > y The neorcfr coining now is it he gnj 1 asked Not hi for It s propot time though Some months ago 1 had a letter fr...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

SITTATIDN IN KlKOPK I I > TS TO ITS I I IIlLIJIKVr ft M an AtMt Kaaaht to H Oppoted by u Mltair of All Satet Onre llulcl tqr 5lami New Napoleoo to Arise and Bale tb Confederacy Correspondence GlobeDem Tat 1 mLs February 3CVUlv Ni f a ren tiiT ag a 11101 cm us ttn p uipn et published In Londm It i ntltM The find t the Age in 1301 and written hi one Ttev M Uaiwr it wM t n the mreis ftr 1 petinv ff pamphlet wi pfihtcy founded fit the Hok of Daiii and the Apacajpse of J J > nti te Dl line and conftln a tsne < f p eiieted evtnuof the detade of the ntntcinth eetttury Tbe mrait striking feature of thla iuslnt publication 1 the fact th ctrloi chain of predicted events hoglna wllh the rise of a new Napleon In 1W7 who shall uc Franc and thwart her dominate Kuropn with more tplendor than th great n tl ran spr rnany ynr the lltte lurlI < dored pamphlet liiia l ll nbom In oJl c < ntcr wn wlih lum ami f ritoten mw the trange unexplalimbla Naputaontj f v r which is w epiDK ove Pfanc...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

tli pr s me of i Urge proportion V lit > elemei f the city and ni of teflml mvmnl make of Lntliin a son < vctit the Miuthu MlSns0 l i iisidenee SUtor ind Mi1 F Dickson Tues jvernooil and evnini may propeily cUmlamong the s hay ewiits of the j k The t i ni given under the intoof tin UVuiums Kxclutnge Mid Ii a rtnmictnl vv l us social success ijiii me W i tponimms made M ry li Inclement weather Flags tpxr nl i re were effectively ii In th il orMHii t which the J n t islhwan open li uwlua9 v i n rtt M JligUiil pissrini dPia A anl i l IttPhlefa ml ip tb meptlun tiiniiitt MitioniI i oLiitn jeje liJI ho mi tBi variety tot tte hall st i ttctson and w J J Lri i tL IliAL A Ki > i l Siftor nt M I i3 > tfrini0f > firti ana khi IfthdoB rrr in i miti the riBll > Bi90WJ A Ii il P JWimili il Jtir on th i ISKitr PKk J pnt Hum li BimllDik > SI W Com A t t Ml J B h7 l < P WW emliiem of M amps a Ultaiit lh y colored Krotiini > the ma runs > i and the lilKht vi the chinntn...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

8 TH iyi u > HM i < wPinw y ffyf f n f IMUWIM W I H WHITE GOODS GOO pieces Plain India Linen sheer and fine oc yard Checked Nainsooks a splendid quality all siee Checks at 5 cent3 a yard Fancy Corded India Linens in Striped and Plaid Ef fects at 10 cents a yard Fancy Dotted Swiss with Novelty Lac Effects 15c yd Marseilles and Corded Piques at 20o 2oc and 35c yd Dimities for Infant 3 wear in Stripes and Checks at 15c 20c and 25c a yard IIIKII Announcement under Jds head are coots a mrt BOTTSMalti > U lidts nif of V Rotts died dl s OlrU i yi 1IW Til funeral will t ke IIsc > t I family re td nr corner Fannlr ti < ti ami McKfunc nvvirie this ail moon fiundaH at < l < loe k I ijRl > BTTEln ro roory of Mrs p M Ruroctte wif nf the tots in v S s Buroetle it NfW OHfliiw Jcjait I from this life or Febmaty 1 at tr Joho daughter realdvrcc Mrs O n imn near Hov > oHaxTl county Sa mx a resident ot New Orleans lor over tony years and a native of Sumter B < And thniiRh ...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

HE PLATFORMS 0fPHnCiPeS totqmteanum 1 platforms adopted th National W x IS nnd 0mauv ln platforms of tho regular 1 Ibe 1 tie will be Wn documents si of r ull3r value OCRATIC PLAT llONAt D the Slate Unltcd 8latC9 ln ohe L niic party l > U Clark democracy adopted the Notr that the campaign Is representatives of turn 1 Tb S their allegiance to the principles formulated by Jefferson u IomT and lolls MfflPllllM V > CAt In the dcmoautlc K f his successors fte h from Madison to Cleveland We iliMiands that i it c weliare trmrliles be applied to tho conduct he Federal gov eminent through the oi u party that advo and i t we solemnly declnre the 7 Tretainto thee fundamental ili n A free popular novelnimnt J J rule and individual llbeity tVnawnW it an now when 1 v to c tin nlzo nil power nt tho t cardial becotn s a menace of tho wt rtriti of Statts that strike at nu of our KovernmejU under the Itution Itkjoswe sion which Is inherent In Y I S IWll I 2n i tils revolutionary power was ISriSi...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

10 OflANS > COBMinTC FSKS OF WATER ffhc Hot Draughts that Brighten the Com PlcxlonBorox and Unwn Drinks Sea Bait and Ammonia Hatha For The Sunday Post air i ttm i u < Ve w > e t t jr lor In Itiilan scientist win ha made the lengthnliig of Ufa hti tftudy tells as tho cum of his knuwtedtge that long life 1 pemto more on pur faod ared WAt r and free di gestion thah on all > Jiw sanitary prin ciple whatever Al so do s beauty of comjilcxion tine thing which hft escaped he no lee of beauty raong ih until nuw is tine prompt and remark able effeot of pure drinking water on liw ctriplex Ion Tie thin If you eh > i buying dtnl lofcns of oistifled chemlca lv pure drink ing water which in now dlsttwt supply tt high das groceries and drug shops It will cost you something < l j for tho glass deml hn and lu cents a gab Ion for the water bj tne five ur tea gallon quantity Or you can Txy glass table filter for a to Si trth haig of filtering timet and filter bolii water a you want Il...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

i lOlt Isai iaj lilt DPI r M Iff rf J1 slt st ilts THB T ITTLS I TTERS pnOWTHBCIHUDRBN J cMUron Tm lia PlMurc that The Post rC f Jr utters and It hopes that In feir both of us may look to t it at ths time and s < ° ln memory the J people grown then to men ana weak so kindly of mother ana > nvvio r ot brothers and liters of pets and liott It hP 3 tD Roe oach oll ° ot ipoff up to be an honor to your coun j pai ruppln ss to jour parents and ml support of the great Stato ot AfbrJi Keep this In mind and do not HffMt 1jur good friend The Iost L the nr lamr Moon Texas January 21 Ucnr Tost I would write ti sec Ijijit my numo lite Iost I am u little gill 10 years I if jou to enroll my name this Villi uUcj Tht lost and thinks I tcry pud paper I havent been lolhool till term 1 have had the fjoforflie months I have been iiitlnwice to tin oi ulh > t and 1 think ij wJ be ell i tin one pet Ji is a little lamb jilt1 brother 1 vtc and 1 have a ttee with the lamb while the otners itto 1 will...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

12 HOUSTON DAILY POST II TllS HOUSTON ImMIoO CO B J 3III1 PresldentTT W House Vice President A J Blttlg Secretary J L Watson Treasurer THE DAILY POStT 8UNDAY TOST 61 Columns I lis to 118 Columns TUH SHMMVIOImvZy POST 111 COL UMNS A WEDIC Kntered at the PostoMce at Houston Texas as Second Class Matter Subscription by Msil Daily and Surnlsy PostOne year SSW six months M i three months tlMj one month LW Sunday Post One year Jl W SemiWeekly Fost itondavs and Thuri daysOne yaar 100 six months M cedts three months 26 cents Eastern Uuslncss Office it Tribune Uulll Ing New York S C Heckwlth Western Business Office St The Hook ry7 Chicago Ill a C Meekwlth JIOPSTON SLNDAT MA11CH < TWENTY POUR PAGES the sooth and the tariff The Watfclngtoa Post a republican newspaper sailing under independent colors was very unfortunate some days sine la rdeotin < he Birmingham Age Herald aa the exponent at Alabama democracy on Use object of the Wltson MIL Th AgeHerald represents nothing In Alabama sav a...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

I Jilt lb 1SM the iur tti Iricra W > of AccUlcnt id hIs Awb g by Surrfay PMlCWrrighleO 1831 sheiks bw many among tlio colonels or cnpiu In Western ton I cr 9sllMrn wMjn whatsoever for iflnd i A lrllp iiiuii U Arab I er a un f1 gmor lb bis i li = i i cot m Ii I Ii na i t thee aii H It in if iltier v bftssy p r ot ii < sou an sm II 1 Fie in 11 i Jrt P iluk Kt Iraa tit h m Pb cqta H I liavo used to be gala tJlum 7 < u a oncchlmney House man atwochlmncy house colonelor JeJBe s nir mere is good reason for this for < ncrc 10 few mc j Ffn the 5oath today who have not bravery their title V honest different Ho rarc M the she jnuhls title r nriithine else Among wK f man hits sufnelcnt posses u j t without work iiml to own jjsc to rule or eke mi ass ho seems s15114 If lllB brandunclo to tin a SmothersMe bad a distant relative uaHieM by oinc occult rule hu rtts the Ulle Perhaps ho Is not a famon hl o n kith inrt kin but j the fni isner he H always o 1 lliully Inuoduoed with no 101 i...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

u ITH THE MONTIAYGotntc Opera TVW I TUESDAY Ml lion Ijetrls tat OeJ Sweetheart WBrWKW > AYMtinf and Hi 1Ji Haa I < ewls Matinee Ooodriye < heart nhrht Credit Ieraln TBURSDAY Thr Two Ophmu FRBXVTMaUnce and night Ttt Two Orphans WAXl Tie reek lust ciosed embraced a great variety of attraction at the opera house no spJrJtualtsm and theosophy to the spectacular Black rv > lt Mtn Anna Eva Fay > spirit ni < Uum opened cbe geek and by her very cP > ver trjaaifeata tkms etc pleaded and raystifled a large atuBenre on Monday nlcht On Wednesday The New Soottt with < lrijm and I > iH as the stars formed an attraction of srfoms dramatic merit KxCovernor Dob Taylor of T iaeas pave out of Iris deliti fa lecture on Thursday evening and this was followed to fhe end of the k by the world famul spectacular Black Crook which closed Ha engagemerit Ian night COMIC OPKRA WANO Toe opening attraction here tor the wwek wai be ton new comic opera Wan which mil be the Mil a Sweeney &...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

tfoto uliat monoysaving chances this page oflors then fix in your mintl tlio fact that in this stbre tlioro is material noush to fill a dozon nowspapors with equally as good e values A Quantity of Torchon Insertions worth 10c a yd at 2ic Colored Embroideries A Quantity of worth 15c a yd at 5c Misses Hose finished worth 2oo at 10c Fa t Black JIo = o worth 12k at 7ic ladies Ladies Ribbed Hoso finished worth 2oc at 12 c worth 12c Union Cashmoros a yard at 5c Columbian fcorgos worth 2Rc a yard at 15c Spring Henrietta worth 40o a yard at 27o ladies Vosls all wool assord colors worth 50c a yd at 25c Ladies Straw Shapes worth 50c at 15c Ladies Felt Hats trimmed at half price B I y Vr n Wn Eom Girdcn Hat PAniGlAN miULlNERY U Chang t shape Malorttil and tSund iFiArm hive Just come in Mono i it the milliner wher I Mlai Hi i t for a New York i io aas bujtnfir tat ot the some j w > ve ill lW Yprk and wtem hutv ui bonnets for iat r U < a mmbrr ot orders it will I ibt what New oiK el n ir i...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

la present anil biases for some eUe It he I is abecnt Tho sky is blue tho clouds float oterhMd tho rivers run the ocean roars tho dawn comes the twilight Rath ore without any reference to hint what s ever Ho may stay or depart It Is matter t of small consequence to the changing sea sons wltlnh as willingly revolve oyer his l grave as over his cradle 1 1 5i 5 i eLIGIOUS IN SACKCLOTH unto my two witnesses I will give power and they Shall prophesy o thousand trjj hundred and ItiWf w 2 days literal yearn clothed In sack ota Itovelatlons It a Clothed In sackcloth prcceu Savior havo ever epoken fc4iThy loved IpV and seal r Jesus favor heed the solemn token t mo Clothed In sackcloth poor una lowly Kattteort tno bread oftears W and holy T people pure esSflcd through blood and tears So Clothe In sackcloth wounded Weeding At the red blasts awfulword Followed thty the Sfptrlf leading TO tbe names and cruel sword Clothed IA eackelotb Holy Spirit Help me too to bear Ui cross Heeding not tho worl...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

p AHDBBALTT 7i rttor rnuijd I MS ill11 v0 iM nlld oulldln orner wuo Jibs nc istd Pi ial ii tenants to vacate ana l T iiobey u i10 mandate of f1 atutm 6fly buiidlnir will i lfl fot the week show KjsM B > llnn CO wrif died d down when Mr Lf f < wtth an archt mS scarcely cold were 5t o uplf by a new whole T but the matter is bo use Mmo rettsim an rr Wl fl > r tienw Arm has not been dt w1 mtkM Mltlfl difference how SntM foundation and the Sfti pshcd to M early wmple a e55wnt with the site and 4 m lecture which IB in l best malarial + etthevery just completel m DuiMing 2SJf > Washington nt > < JWrSSt for t manufacture or S ires sad copper cornices crr f wtriA3 Iron nstcniH and nit Li t TOCtil work Only nine Urttto loe Mr Bil i Uam RS e r enterprise bin nl eM ta Brown to add pro f Mft oil shop under the New iTlW entirely nmJetiuiite to l irxinda made on It and the ssrt exmnslvo quarters Just aCnifsner especially for Mr the corner sir sv is located on Jits ffisMnston strw...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

I 1 I 4 1 i if r i > 18 FOSTERS PREDICTIONS HKdpEAT WJIATHKU rKOlHKTS ronccASTS bangorou SMnrm Which Mif Develop Tornadoes Bulletined to Arrive Between IIib HI anil J3lti < Concentrated Jt ln far The roL St Joseph MO Match t < C PlTshtM Wt by V T FosterMy la l bulletin gave forecasts of the storm wave to crass tho continent from lUrch 1to U and be next wilt reach the Pacific coast about tho th cross the Western mountain by close of the 13tht the great central vallejs from Uth to 15th and the liaatern States dWui the 16th Thl Mill be dangerous t rnv < will probably develop tornadoes The au rora will wake nn unusual display and jhe IdeJtraphlo tinea wilt have iiltncdlty wjth nn electric storm Tho wartri Wave preceding the atorni wlll be unusually warm anil follow In 5 U n drop Jn temperature from JO to 44 de grees may be expected > The warm wave will crow the Western mountains nbout the lllh the great cen tral valleys about ttth and the Eastern Elates aboat Uth TJie coo...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

u lit iSX dents Tlaln Whlto Laurt Tercd Shirts warranted 2200 Linen jtcsom a bargain at 9e this Kk t I it8j linif lublio lloadt alBrldseiorvitBllnler itilloll rrli Couaiy Hitor ot Th Post i such boudj and to prescribe i ti > s powers mid duties of the wrs court In referencethereto 5 P It enactcl by the legislature of TtXHt That the county otts courts ot Cainerort ilarrls Mlas Itockwal Braaos Coryell 4 Eli countlej State pf Texas ShrHnafrtr prottdeo build or con wcause to bo JiuIIt or constructed L uatles Ustltift or perrrianent lii ana bridges of somo pormn oijraWa jnateriai to he selected tipon by said commlsalonera M may is0 canstract itrulns jor e ry btt ih walera fiom such f d r and from lands adjacent T fnv r and wherever same ran t W out cqnnictihR with tho rights Mopirty owners anil may take P anent nature wSon S2S tor n nurpoM 5mp b 1 Emitted to a W rLJ r spMla neotlon Ifap v the commission 750 TnoreUian from the < UI IW o y years oil the jnstuHty to he expressed on th...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

B3 li I I i I 20 i6i < < night < < pfiul upon Providence to git trew tie vrla ler lalVtJienrd Brnddw 61iln rajio lo Oivadam Jodcm < J t bl rent w behind 1mtlrovjilencuwon3t iilnr umwhsr I j want to tfar w Wwdnt jD > oiiiU st ter qt rfldBiee I u to flKgtrr h b p on rwvlcltnpo hflplawfi outFlmt do night 1 dun lift uit bcuho iw diali unlocked n vrtnt to wd dcpcodla on Jrovtdcneo to Stand giujrd J mndoidcba mbtafcd tlit I balntgocobfr fwllitmntl jll Doorltjdst dnrk an trpinolou nlsbt a cuilM piwnn juroid ruy Uaea an cnt4 l dat b oltoo 4 an ti > movctl foiran o < denicest cbttUivt in alld Matt It Providence wsw wiwixl ibiv mi > v bar abe irobablrbelpc4 potdeta tblcVcnr In da bap i u l liuotrttl n pQ5M > n ntxrat tbn yan bro wbo Dwnal a mewl an on nlsbt dat pxwlvr t footcnidcfc I k caltfrd nlM rtwa a ea ol colic an e ro jncndnldB nnal remnlf Ik owntr ot iat mewl eonWndMl U > depend n past Trovimca Injtmd sad wba heri up next inatrsia baiad a cold ratiwon b...

Publication Title: Houston Daily Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston daily post. — 4 March 1894

Ki til 1 ignjitbi Jr w lis ibSlBrfWaftra lItcft may coo jt wlfh < id li Ktepsril the peerlf5 almlnls iBi5f cewwHatlons at Iord nose < ky5 K Bt ae < l toward noon when Sraatleft for railroad ggflSPEEMIER TbBOeh V1 U ulM c it J7 rte Ilon wm mnlSer I BW r ° e thS in the t j at which his lt < yZm < n ovtt Wht Tho ana Mr Gladstone who 255rTowonW Private seo MS walk < i y enjoyed ti r JooMJ 1 tho best J EU I or < i walk Mr Gladstone c of the ministers are n0Lii3eiU this afternoon l < J to 4j5rd Roseberry who m will M we nest prima mm clfLwitched with the greatest 12SJ Berkley square > is S h SK yesterday ovenlng was fSunaming by curious peo S SSa glimpse of tho Mi tfSiifi dlspalchoa were to JstMtly > mllg Rnd W1 out s tlfHSrM house and It o tary of ctlve e fS uSiKrWiTu the worif afSLgMSsSLAsa iSlwryX AMHltti wcretary Ss i3m i affairs and other mln StatipiiTwith Mm for sorao settled that ILonl be w ms ts 5 JSR premier ibero ia con i irsHy of opinion ns to Wh6 ...

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