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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 8 October 1896

1 Just a Word Don't wait until you aro half frozen before buying your Fall Suit. Buy it now and have it ready for the first cold snap. Another Word. Itiiy il ooil oiio. Vim will I my much tn-t-t-r miiI IkI'm-iI. C.'lif'iii Io11mm nrv luor lrMrly. Tln-ro'n iiIviivm a I1 IMiu-f in Kv iij, mill tliv lit lor Junt iitiont a AVielt--t lint's nil. Still Another 'Word.. i.irr i:h mahi: voir mijit to on. i:it. Von vlll iiovst rirt It. Tliero'ss lots of Hutlwl'iK-lloii In vittlii Tailor Mudc :IoIIkm. Remember we chargo no Old Time Prices. SmUt.i Viirt frolu I ! J .VO li in I'snlt I" Onlfr fmra (into 9 no Ovi rcoaiU U unit r Iri'Mi Kioto .VI 00 NKAKIW '.'(( Humpies lo Hlr.t iVom. PARKS & WALDROP, MKNS OUTIITTJCHH. THE DAILY EAGLE. tuu-rrd t the I'nttodice at llnsn. Texsa, Fowid tia.l tii.il nutu r. I ny cossr.Li.v. i'.u.ukra i aiinksi. Hi.raiii Ciisn Kdllor, SfllM mi TKiS I'Htf R : Per Week, 15c. - IVr Month. 60V Chat. II. IIIifM, di titmt, l'.ryau, Tm Alex Eaing wa in to ii yt ati-tiln;'....

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 9 October 1896

THE BRYAN DAILY EAQLE. Vol. I No. 203. BRYAN, TEXAS. FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 0 1808. Price, 5 ct3 WISE WORDS- f ' (I Don't be led astray . By Great Bargains (or on. day. irr ATKINSON 1IEELHTEI) ijLiLU For Governor of Georgia. I WILL HAVE INCREASED AJORITI We are the lieaders whfin it comes to GOOD Groceries, BETTER Groceries, FINE Groceries. DON'T let anybody Fool you treasury i f the Unit ml States with ade nnnto revenues. We propose that ths money o( Did couutry whether in iU va- I riiina form., or silver and Bold, shall Defeats the Populist Nominee! every dollar of it b kept at a parity nim r.rij wuin uwi. ' tr.,.f-- that there shall bo no distrust accom panying tlio dollars, paper ooin' h' tJiii government eniiu or autnortae. Wo believe that these things will re store tho prosp-rity we have lost. Wt Bromine to maintain intact against every fcwnult the euintitutional right of the people of the United States to enforce a.l national law without asking the cntiai'ht of tlio governor...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 9 October 1896

REAL KANSAS CRANK. GENERAL MUCH CAMERON AN ECCENTRIC BEING. 13 1.1 the Oeea aa 4 Ilex Half aa assert te Graw Imtsli Thai Aareaslsa liar haata' Ua Raraali4 by rataral (Special Utter ) OSS ESS ED Of con siderable wealth at least enough to ten der him independ ent of all thlnm earthly General Hugh Cameron of Kmiii, widely known a the Kan ' sas hermit, muke bla bed on an old barn door In the lld woodi near the hleturlc city of Lawrence, lie Uvea In the open air, and when he sleeps has no other roof than the foliage of the trees, through which the stars twinkle as If amused at the eccentricity of the nan. He bis one pet bobby, which he Is urging on congress. He wants Ascension day to become a national holiday by virtue of a law of the supreme legislative body of the land. General Cameron would be a pictur esque figure even If be were not so filled with eccentricities ss to attract attention. He Is tall, finely formed and straight as an arrow. In spite of bla advanced years. Ills white be...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 9 October 1896

(ME CIIKISTIAiN WAY. ' " r',h" Giuliani full of annry Indignation, de ' , cl nrlnR that bo waa going at once to RELIGION AND REFORM ALL demand an apolony. OVER THE WORLD. ; "My dear boy," Father Graham Mid. .. ... "tak a word of advice from an old -an win n. a. hm... ni,w.-Th.!n,,nho,ov',P',M- An Insult Is like ,. , ... . . mud; It will bru-ih off inn. h better J T Z?9?Z'Z V ' h" Wall n ll.tlo till h. w.mmm , m9 lO f DAIRY AND POULTRY. 22" INTEfiESTIiNO CHAPTERS OUR RURAL HEADERS. roR YKI.LOW breasted wild bird iu I'pon a swaying stalk. And Itedj upon loiiKh burn an mi dn Which dalntlc hunger muck. lie sings a ditty while be eats Rong beautiful and low It makes the blood In this dull heart C'ourM faster In It flour. It seems like a thanksgiving psalm Chanted o'er scanty fare Dy this wee, wondrous bird of GoJ, Reverent as a prayer. While nil the time the summer ra'.n Heata on bis dauntless breast, Hut naiinht caies b. the rovrr f r c, Who counts all tur the best. Then hufih, my soul,...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 9 October 1896

i t Just a Word "-") Don't wait until you arc half frozen before buying your Fall Suit. Buy it now and have it ready for tho first cold snap. Another Word. t3- Ladies: R "Tidal Olatfe" Loif ii universally conceded to tie the beat thing yet tried to put your husband in a good humor at the Br kf-t tublo, If he get up cross. A Bryan Inly wot ut a beautiful "Tidal Wave" of her own cook in it, bich hundreds have seen and admired. Tidal Wave flour makes the best bread, the beat cake. I have exclusive conind of "Tidal Wave" in Bryan. Tin: iviji:ht htock or xin; nn:nni:HT, ciioickht ess rotrlcM Ujlfnu. ltlug Phone TfJ. Ilu.v II CJol Oil'. Ycm xlll ! mucli lt. kUl ImIIsmI. ('llMIt -otll4-M Ill's, l'our lrinrt.v. 'J'lu'ri'V nlwii.VM n j1 l'lai'o to Kimv ,ii. niul tlis'.v (It lr JiiMt IlllOIlt It V's'lU--t lull's till. Still Another Word. i.irr i:h maki: voir a kiiit to ok- I1. It. You will iicvri- i-cjri'i'l It. Tlicr's IoIh of HatiMi'actloii lu wiMii-liitf Tailor Made C.'lotlioH. Remember wo...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 10 October 1896

THE BRYAN DAILY EAG r" Vol. I No. 2C9. BRYAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 10 1898. Price, 5 ct3- Pn D O mm Buckwheat Jloar; aple sump ; lives, angoes, Pickles, SOUR AND SWEET In Bulk. Prunes. Mincemeat, Mackerel. We are continually adding New Goods as they come in season. EB. HALL. THE GHOCEK. Mana'actutri of Soda, Seltzer, ml all kind of mineral water. Annli f.,r Anlienser.llnsch fleer. Wholesale and Retail i1lrr In ICT!. Ie delivered Regularly to any part of tin- City. Ibone "H. )R. T. I I. MA1RST0N, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention Riven to llcctnl nnd Gen ito Urinnl DinensoN. Vn.TA OR HEMORRHOIDS. FISTULA. HSSl'KKS. I I.CKRATIOX. ETC. TREATMENT WITHOUT TAIN. Tb treatment of tU KNIFE, LIC.ATl KK, CARRoLlC ACID and other dangerou remedies are not used l.jr him. lie will .leposit me money in oai.s as. Int.! a fa IKal tta ran cure aite mm of Pll.ES (the lust Buamnteo thai can Is) offered) No harge or cunmltalion or eaininatiou. Patient rosr be aeccmpauied by their famil...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 10 October 1896

THXA9 People who plant tree need taonumenta over Uialr graves. DO It takee a rut amount of brains to tie funny without being ridiculous. It U reported that tha sultan of Tur key U about to fall. It ought to b fatal. The man who la not satisfied with himself aJsray rnimblci about his sur-rounding. Men resemble machines to the extent of gcnrrulljr being broke when they ar worn out. Half the hard work in the world la done merely for the purpose of Urt line aotneboJy. A atory I one of those thing that haa to be either very new or very old In order to be useful. Faith among different people U like eating out of the same dish with dif ferent colored apoona. It la beginning to look very much aj though the European power were at lat preparing for a Turkey dinner. If people would take aa much palm to avoid trouble aa they do to get out of It. life would bare fewer rocky spots In the path". The medicine which civilization li compounding for the aick man of Eu rope mrii to All him aa full of u...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 10 October 1896

i It Srnn'k lib a Mlnni I T J 1 K JI JUNK'S K!'.P!.r.rP ! rri to sJra. ( ONE OF THE BRAVE BOYS IN CIIAY RELATES A REMARK ABLE STORY. Prom Comiix-rrlul A.rl, Memphis, Temi. Mr. r. K Furrls live nt I ml.. xt oflli o seven mile fnun I'tli-a, and at the rei-nt time he I tin tJee-t of onliliTHl)lc curiosity tliruusjhuut the community, for It u he who waa cured cf a rhrutilo case of rheumatism Of over thirty years standing. A C.inimrivlnl-Appeal reporter hav ln bean detailed to see Mr. Karris, drove out to hi st at Duke. Mr. Karrla, who la postmaster, waa busy worklna; up the mall, but aa a"on aa w had finished he acceded very cheer fully to an Interview. air. Farrla la IJ yeara of ai. but ona Would never suspect that he rarrlea o many yeara upon hli huuldera. for ha la aa aract, hta atep la aa sprlnry nd hla eya a bright aa If be wer nly half that at Ha la a perfect picture of hearty old manhood. "To begin with," aald he. "I auppoaa you want to know how I waa cured of rheumatism' Well. I...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 10 October 1896

Just a Word o Don't wait until you are half frozen before buying your Fall Suit. Buy it now and have it ready for the first cold snap. Another lpJord. Ituy a CaootI oho. You will lo much let tor soil l-ilctl. Clioap clothes are Poor l,ro)orty. Tltt-rc's nlwnya a 11Iiimm1 l'lnfc t How nml tlicy fit lor Jttstt alout a Wceh-lhiit'x all. Still Another Word.. li:x JJH maici: YOU A HUIX TO Oil 1)1:1. Yoa aevor rourot it. Tltere lots of HutlHraotton la wonrliitf Tailor Mado Clothes. Remember we charge no Old Time Prices. huita l Ordrr fhm fault lo Ontcr from Overcoat, loonier from NMAHLY rOO Ha in plow to .113 AO loUt 00 .. tetllo 00 . 1SU0IO 30 00 Neloet l'roni. CO Ltadies : R "Tidal Olave" Uoeif ia universally conceded to I the best thing yet tried to put your husband in good hnuior at the W- Breekfatt table, if be geU up crow. A Bryan lady sent us a beautiful "TiJel Ware" of her own cooking, wbivh hundred have Been and admired. Tidal Wave flour make the best bread, the best cake. I have...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 13 October 1896

i BRYAN DAILY EAGLE. Vol. I No. 271. BRYAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY HOIKING. OCTOBER 131890. Tilco, 5 ct3 n) uyyyy Buckwheat JHont; Maple sump ; lives, angoes, Pickles, SOUR AND SWEET Prunes, Mincemeat, Mackerel. We aro continually adding Now Goods as they come in season. HOT FREE SILVER. WORDS THAT ACTUALLY 8IIOUT-YELLO WMTONE KIT'H II I. AST In Balk. ED. THE HALL. GROCKR. Against Trusts anil Monopo lies It ItouHtH It Scorches It Ilurr.ft-Illlly Hryaii the l'eople'sSulvutloD. Yellowstone Kit the famous medicine man, aside from carrying on Lit busi nesses Join; more to convince the easy going and take It for granted gold itandard voter that IrM silver la Dec- esary to the welfare, of the woiking classes than all the literature and pol- iticlana combined that have come to oar county. Kit sjtks to thoussnds every day and niht and cue enn readi ly understand why he ass ao atieces Mm the Atlanta prohibition ram- paigo which he titulonl.t-Jty carried I I l I AM Main'a.iu:esof- mi Ifi, Lawrence I ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 13 October 1896

GOV. M)M UKOUT. TREE THAT SPLIT A KOCK. NEWLY ELECTED EXECUTIVE OF CHEEN MOUNTAIN STATE- II a IIm a War Rarar. Ala ) al lb liar. aat II a lal.lr Kaeaaj a B- rmlil rarmar Ha Wm Oae a Wm- i 0SIA11 c.ROi'T.th newly elected gov ernor of the Green Mountain state.wa born on a Vermont farm May 2X. JMi. IZi and spent hi er.iiy yeara In the laborl ona pursulta Inci dent to the life of a :armer's aon. II" ottendcd district School In the winter anil later wont to an scademy. where he wss pursuing till studies when the war of the relwl llon broke out. He went to the front at once, enlisting aa a private In Com pany I of the First Vermont cavalry. He waa elected second lieutenant when the company waa permanently organ lied. Aorll 1. 1SG3. he waa made captain and the same date wai serious- ly wounded In action. He atltl carries the bullet he received In that Utile. la 1SCI he rslsed a company tor the Frontier cavalry regiment, organised to repel the 8t. Alban'a raid, and wai LIFE IN WASHINGTON. '...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 13 October 1896

SUSAN HAY'S LESSON. El.F-WM.Lni) an I Ill-tempered! I'm niurh obliged lo Jf you for your good opinion of nie. Mr. z7lS.-Z.Lf " anything could "-y'Z j ' have nutde Susun (MS: lUy'i pretty face poKltlvely ugly. It would have been the look and tono ahlrh accompanied these word. Tim imall red Hp had a moit unbecomlw: pout, the deep violet eye an eniiry ind scornful flash, while the delicately pencilled broas were drawn no cloudy together, Uat their arcbea almost u The Individual addrewu-d. to all appear ance took thla out burst very rtiolly. though Inwardly very much annoyed. "You need feel under no particular obligations to tn," he said. qultly, without lalslng his eyre from the boot;, whose leave he was turning with no wry definite Idea of their meaning. "It la my candid opinion, I am wry orry to say." 'Indeed! Miss Agnes Ward U not Ill-tempered In the least, I suppose?" "Mlsa Antics Ward Is what you e.in be, when you choose very amiable young lady." "Why don't you ask hrr to marry yo...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 13 October 1896

'4- i nMM.Hi. Z, J k te, AvJ ;of;c o rolcctod with the greatest iu orilcr to avoid thoso disa- colds that trouble you so n duriiiir tho winter season. . t s j ibieoeivea: FRESH CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Maple Syrup ; Fresh Ferina; Pearl Barley; Bluopoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauce, and all fine imported relishes. "Tidal Wave" Flour is the beat. DENIED BY WATSON. t Not the torial Vo have just recived tho most com- Ipletc stock of Fall and Winter Un jdenvcar ever shown in the City. C All Sizes in Camel's Hair, Pure ! White wool, Jersey Ribbed, both in wool and Cotton, Fleece Lined, Etc. BATS KB. SIBLEY tfEOTE IT. An inspection of our lino will worth something to you. be XT ARKS & WALDROP, M ION'S OUTFITTERS. THE DAILY EAGLE. rt-,',1. I i , !. e at Bmi, mils Rmtivr. TtIM, U !.!.V, 1 U.MIK A CARS KB. :! v. 1'ai. UUU't. '( r Wf.V, ! c. Tit Month, 60c 1 iv J. !it. ixtra copies of the -. ill 1 o distributed fiee to il.,) I i-.!i-fi one Kit. ( hi- II. K !, 1' ntint, I'.ryan, T...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 14 October 1896

A 111C iSKYftlM DftlLY CfttaLX. Vol. I No. 272. BRYAN, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 14 1890. Trice, 5 ct: mm Mmi: Buckwheat Fltfn HJJaple sump; lives, FJJangoes, Pickles, SOUR AND SWEET In Bulk. Prunes, Mincemeat, Mackerel. We are continually adding New Goods as they come in season. ?.w. 3k H ALL. Till: (UtOCKH. f I (JO Aft Manu'ai lurn of Ms III. Lames i Co, sc"". ( and all kinds of mineral atr. assiiti f.r Ai -liMi-fr-rnei h i'.cer. Ylio'este and lb tail dealer In ItT.. lc Iciiien it l.'i ulnfty ! Miy juti of tin1 City. Miotic 7rt. J)R. T. II. MAIRSTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Hju rinl attention yjivt'ii to Rectal and Gcn- ito Urinal Diseases, rn.r.s or im:mo!:k ioii-s, nsTfi.A. iissikks, ulcerations, etc. tkktmi:nt without paix. The tre..tti cm i.f lie KM IT", I.KJATURK. CAKUOLIC ACID ami other dl rcmns tpimiiie are n"t um d bv bim. 1 1 al l lt-1-. 1 1 hit money ill bank agsiint fee that he an rtue any esse of P1I.F.S (the. best gnsrsntc thai can I of!-red) ."i hare r r m-u'ta...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 14 October 1896

SCIENTIFIC COIiNEIL cunntNT Notts or science AND INDUSTRY. ln(n ef Ux-aas pea 4 Sao ul (jalaiala la taflaaj I'radaclai aa lllaaloa Haa Tnpnilin aaa p fteies at eelaaes. V Vi"-v F ALL. food that fr 1 rapidly begins to erel, remarks a con temporary, It per hapi ont of the moit common. Do ing both cheap and plentiful when In canon. It la largely j consumed. Putre- I faction ata In very ; fnpidly. especially about tha gills of Uila fihb. often aa aoon as It la taken out of the water. Tha polaonoua prin ciple that baa been extracted from mackerel la called hydro-collldlno. a ' very violent poison, ao powerful the. ' the seven-thousandtha part or a gram III cauae death In a email bird. From beef and other flesh-meat, when bud, poisonous body known aa vendlno baa been extracted. Sweetbread, when decomposed, yields principle name! colllndlne. Putresclne la another pol aonoua substance that has been ex tracted from meat-fleah and fish when putrid. Mussels are a common article of diet largely...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 14 October 1896

CHILDREN'S CORNER INTERESTING 1UM!) FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS. I aaa tala( I. R.a aa.r ka lk Mhh-Nm Whu-1 I m far . Usees Mlalahaa far Oaea Mathar' ASrlcs, PI to 1 Ins now run away." Said little Bammls Green, oot day, Then I can do Juit what I chooM. I'll never bar to black ray shoes. Or wah my face, or comb tuy hair. I'll And a plar, I know, somewhere; And never have again to nil That old chip basket- 1 will. "Ocod-by. mauima.M ho taid "food by!" I!o thought hla mother then would cry. Bho only aald, "You going, dearr And didn't shed a alnglo tear. "There, now," aald Sammle Own, "I know Bho dnea not earo If I do go. Hut Urldget does. 8he'll have to Oil That old chip baaket ao aha wllL But Bridget only aald. "Wail. boy. You off for aura! I wish jrou Joy." And Bam rule', little alater Kale. Who awung upon the garden gala, Hadl, anxiously, aa he passed thro', "To night, whatever will you do When you can't get no 'laea spread At supper time on top of bread?" Ono block from homo an I Bammie...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 14 October 1896

WINTER UNDERWEAR t cru-o, in order to avoid thoso disa greeable colds that trouble you so of tea during tho winter season. FRESH CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Maplo Syrup ; Fresh Ferina; Pearl Barley; Bluepoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauce, and all flno imported relishes. "Tidal Wave" Flour is the best. IMC. WI3L.S03ST. I r Pi n J. FUHO & We have just recived the most com plete stock of Fall and Winter Un derwear ever shown in the City. All Sizes in Camel's Hair, Pure Whito wool, Jersey Ribbed, both in wool and Cotton, Fleece Lined, Etc. An inspection of our line will bo worth something to you. PARKS & WALDROP, MEN'S OUTFITTERS. THE DAILY .EAGLE F. it. r. J at th rontnEre at (ml Texea, at roioliiS (iu ma.1 Butter. mi: mo snow. Iiy ON NELLY. r.VLUKRA CARSES. Maiiolk CmNU Editor. sin-cmi-rio runs: IVr AVciV, IV. IVr Month, 60c Chas. 11. LMgo, tlcutiet, lirysn, Tex I 'r. Morris and wife, Kd and Bim Scar if M.idisonville, aere here jes tt x lay. House Wanted Will rent 4or 5 ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 15 October 1896

fHE BRYAN DAILY EAQLE. Vol. I No. 273. BRYAN, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 151890. I! Si Buckwheat (flour; aple sump ; liver, angoes, Pickles, SOUR AND SWCET In Bulk. Prunes, Mincemeat, Mackerel. We aro continually adding New Goods as they como in season. dB. HALL. THK (iltOCKK- Mi Id, Lawrence Mai.u's' tuieia of ( Soda, Seltzer, and all kind- of mineral water. ikwots for Anheoer-ftua h lleer. Who! esale and Uetai! dealer in I CI'. Ire delivered Kegularly lo any pun of the City. 1 hone "H. 0 J)R. T. M. I IAIRSTON, Bpoc PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ?cial attention ivn to 1 octal ami Gon- ito Urinal "Discuses. riLF-S Oil HKMOKUIIOII'S, KISTI I.A, I ISM l;K., ll.CKUATIOXS, KTC. TKF.ATMKNT WITIIolT TAIN. Ths treatment of the KMFK, l.KiATlT.K, CAKWU.IC AC!l ml other dangerous leimdir nt tut used by liiin. He wi'l ilcp it hi money in bank gainst fe lht lie tan cur any esse of PILES (the lust gnsMntce tint can I offered) No t lisr or c n-n'tstio;i or examination. 1'stieuti mav be econtpkiiie...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 15 October 1896

liASE HALL CS0SSI1. current Sayings anddoincs on the diamond. "Veapar Ma-draw Roll lllaatlf at Ksma l.glra rnrlnlm as tm t'a rtraa A Or rat S-wa4 nwnr-l)iii f Vg Aga Kates. s CRAPPT McQraw. thi Baltimore team' pugnacious third baseman, who bat been on the akk lint all aon, tt doing consider able tulklng In hli lelrtire time. A judged by bis play- Inn, he la a be liever In "kicking at the umpire, and his views " 'Dtcr" esting. He says: "Tin fun la, the only team Hint ever secured the pennant were those that had good coacher and good kicker, and by good kicker I don't meau rowdy ball playera; I mean tin who play aggressive ball and know when to enter a protest I never have been t the opinion that a klll-the-umplre' tyle of play waa advisable, and hare Iwaya believed that kicking wllh the mouth waa the only kind of kicking In wblch to Indulge. The Idea that every protest must end In an aaaault and bat tery affair la all dead wrong. The only kind of kicking la judicium kicking, and that...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 15 October 1896

QUKKNS OF BEAUTY. HEBE ARE SOME REAL ENCLISH BEAUTIES. !: Over Tkelr laces an ritaeaa Bail oi.rlri la rkele Talant, Back at li I. -Ml, lu,olJ aa Kaille Otaaoaa. (Special Letter.) EHE art a handful of Ena-Uah I-?N" 1 .1.1.. I. ... II - y u aio umoiumg M f if M JA brlxhtor, atiU Urn L 6VSJ.- 8'rl" ,n I'arU are S letter ilrHil, and In Londun't garden (li! nummi'r. Tlio New York clrla are !ii ire nil U.eUorlln r,iIi are thriftier houte wIvm, and t n Viennese more tender sweethearts. I!ut fur lall, full-blown, generously pro portioned young creatures, with ex quisite skin and clrar eyes. London li far and away ahead of any city In the world. Miriam Clements, mlth her amber eyes and hulr s yellow at corn taaaelt, la a thoroughly typical EngD'h beauty. Like Mrs. Ijingtry, she was burn on the (eland of Jersey, and her admirers are enthusiastic rnoiiKh to assert that the la wore beautiful than the Jersey Lily herself. MIu Clement li ouly twenty-lhrre yean old, and one bai to clone oii i ryes...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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