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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 13 November 1896

I z- a.:.-. Samp!::; cf :erc:n and Domestic Wcolens Ire::., .vhich to select YOOR FALL SUIT, j We uso only tho best Linings and Trimmings in every garment turned out, regardless of price. oil list IIFSeoeiecl: FRE3H CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Maplo Syrup ; Fresh Fprina; Fcarl Barley; Eluepoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauce, and all fine imported relishes. "Tidal Wave" Flour is tho best. IFi, WILSOKT, I 1.2 4 Our Fits this season arc giving entire satisfaction Rcnu'Rikr we Please ) on or Refund your Money! SPECIAL IXDUCJUUJXS offered in FAKES & WAyjSOP, n-:x's outfit' r: ;. s 4 4H r . '.jro Hi p.rvsn, Tc xu, m . : . nimi lnnti'-r. rr: ' ; L.V i ! ! r. A causi;s. ; i i.K k: . Tor Month. 60c f ii-. i. K :f : ' i'.ist, Bryan Tet, M:s ! ri : ' :nip.l to Hounton ; c i r ' .i . V,' ll V i s in from Bcliance yf day Mr Si I hi ; ,f. .if Houston it visit it: if r.-t .! i . . tier. J. i ii i I ). .i rqiii ilu'p went t,) 'V. i - , . .. . " . u Madi-cnville V tre.. '. 1 r II. ii v liu ...

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 November 1896

i HL bKYAN DAILY CA hi r Vol. I No. 208. BRYAN, TEXAS SATURDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1800. Prico, 5 cts I will rcceivo in a few days my stock of now FRUITS - NUTS FIXING FOII CONGRESS he Appropriations Commit tee Will Meet Nov. 30. WAST TO HAVE BILLS EEAD7. row- 111 u hi. Can tniiUaa tipnli to II. va Than, la fthapa to 1'riM.I ta rnfrm Karl A flrr tha Sr.. I. a Rag las IIaatwolaa Howtlutlon Wow a fnrraae Cammlailaa Mar lla Hroughl t'p Afala. Wamiikutojc, Nov. 13. The commit- i of appropriation of the houe will ni H't on November Both to bejrin prep arations for the aiprnprintion bills fur tlie coming sesaiou. i be committee will tflrminml on the occupancy of territory divido Itself into subcommittee, on Ta- i 1. 50 veara ia regarded bv nrnininant Vemxuulans as a happy aolation of the I have on hand now some 1-pound boxes Dozier Bakery's FRUIT CAKES that are Fine. Hons bill, and endeavor to hare differ ent measures ready to report at an early date after the oj-eniiijj of cotirres. T...

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 November 1896

n P. SACKETT A RASCAL NEVERTHELESS. nirnrn ins ci,o !froma,ov''thro"rhanr,fi,r"4def'ct!,nKVTiJ!(rj i.kttk!. Thin letter gave Miller Inn cue for stories and worked havoc with Sack elfa plea of Inencence. The church nma bought to prove an alibi, claim ing hit was at hi home on the night of the robbery, but It was of no avail. Th operation of tills pair of r rili have Rone on for many monthi. Roblieriea have been perpetrated In F.lkhoru. Racine. North Kvanston, Waukcgan, and nearly every other town alor.f tlie lake shore. The men have been most active and successful. Stolen Rood were found tn Sackelt's posa.iialon, and the police claim the Knglewood man lined tils brother's store In the Masonic Tempi aa a "feme" where ho dirpoi-cd of 111 accumulations. Var.i:M Numliiy- Mrheml I.etssitn rn the SalilHlth lit t.trned Mailers I liy llretikln Into llemsea on Hk ! laiC'it la Art. OLIVER H. P. SlV ett was a highly refprcted church going resident of , . . v liuslewood. a Chl- - 'i' I . .... i....

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 November 1896

IN WOMAN'S "COKXEIS. DAMES AND DAMSELS. s"" ' " Mmlea and Amrn u A minus ormiHtmlrula - - Collar fur Trt Do,. Ijt , 1 ...- llls of I aahlon. COSTUME for n 1 1 Ing lcgiti mat anglin t that a stalwart titu ht-lor glrlrtoes m for was designed by on of tho leading tailors. T h r u u g bout tho trolll Beaton the owner In going to follow U it'll a; Die a w m p y trout brooks In Vermont, and the suit hat been fashioned with mi e to prac tjrablciifsa. The shcrt kilt skirt la o( brown tweed in a soft plaid and ih Klmrt Jacket Im solid tan covert clom. '! vlnl iihlrl waists to bi worn wiili ll'la mil arc of rod tttrlpul cheviot, with white collar. The rubber boo'i rente up quite high over the knro In " ion nil lain- faclilon, fitting over the tiRb1 Knickerbockers. An Alpine hat o lr worn with tb!a ci.'tume In of auft "'I with u brown and tan striped rll '!'. with a red quill ut ih"? side. Very !. i t skirts ar worn by slier wonvu biianw of the tinlicnlihfiil, uncomfort able 'drabble" or the l...

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 November 1896

I .. . i O' 13" zy o o Samples of rorcten and Domestic Woolens frcia which to select FRESH CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Maple Syrup ; Fresh Ferina; Pearl Barley; Bluepoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauce, and all fine imported relishes. "Tidal Wave" Flour is the best. IFi- IMC. -WlXaJSOISr. r I 11' r FALL SUIT. j V7c use only tho best Linings and Trimmings in every garment turned out, regardless of price. Our Fits this season arc giving cntiro satisfaction Rcniciiikr v, c Ita yon or Refund your Money ! SPJCCfAL IXDCCILMIJXTS offered in Overcoats PARKS & WALDEOP, THE WAU WITH SPUN Little Foundation For the Nu merous Stories Afloat. A DE5IAL COMES TEOM MADRID. FIGHTINQ OVER A CORPSE. Twe IfeaT.r Vad.rtak.ra at War Om tha rotM-uloa of It. Dksvkr, Nov. 13. John. C. McMil Un, a ocnaumptive of Bristol, Coon., died at the county hospital a week ago, tod the fact thm ha was penniless bos Involved two well known undertakers In I a suit at law to decide which shall have Tha Mlalalrv af ...

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 November 1896

THE BRYAN DAI LY EAQI P Vol. I No. 299. BRYAN, TEXAS SUNDAY, MORNING. NOVEMBER 15, 1893. Prico, 5 c3 A 1 i mmk i3 w ciJa bn I -will rcccivo in a few days my stock of new FRUITS - HUTS -roil- 0 HI ! f" a Ii A I I have on hand now somo 1-pound boxes Dozier Bakery's FRUIT CAKES that aro Fine. EB. HALL. THE GHOCKR. Chasi"VESrJIROVSE(l HOUSTON ICE AND IMIEWING CO Celebrated Mnjnolia Boer- MAGNOLIA PAlKand WI.1HM HOTTLK liKHt. ICJK delivered to; vheie la lie City. Ijifnl mid 0lde.t lleer ami Ire Vaul ' l Bryan. FRANKLIN'S MARKET If the place for Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEATS of All Kinds. Market ere Ht' It ".!:' l a d Thor- (.uglily pfontie.i u.Mii rut. Polite Attention. FRANKLIN & SON PRES.-. 0YS AT ErJIDEN'S ZKNNATTI 1U.OCK Phono No. 204. TWO BIGJAILl'IIES. A Couple of Galveston's Dest Firms Go Under. 6TATFMENT8 ABC HOT YET TILED. The riral to rail Was J. Kmenfl.ld f'o, In.olTing Atmat 15H.IMIO, Bed the Other (Vu ll.n A Ilium, Whlah Will Cmne (I.... la II. II a Mllllne GaI....

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 November 1896

iv 'Nil AN 0 SHOiiT Or IT Ki;;r;cc of naples and his TALL PRINCESS. (in oi it a Me.i Suaratnglr III- .Wiarten' liojfal Marriage of I Its laar H la A.Mlrlr.l la (.aeaallnj ea4 latollret- III Kti'.k. ( - .1 " N ill assorted tnar rlaNe b that between Princess Helen uf Monten ' egro and the Crown Prince of Naples, heir to the throne of Italy. The prin cess ia a a.alwjri trunc'tc. nearly ix feet Mull. BD1 00 , of the handsomest wcirrn In F.uro;e, while the prince I !;;ot a dwarf, being Irs tuau five i"-t In bright, and so pour la health t'ut his life tuts often been despaired f. There ar other royal pair who :r li.-,;:nii(ir:iunat( In size, the I'rin "M of Wale being taller than her hiiiiiiiml. but non no incongruous its this will lie. PrlnceM Ilelcne 1 ambi tions; tht tried to marry the young I'ar of Russia, hut was Jlltel by blm. Tlip crown prince's hand was reacted by every marriageable princess la Ku rin'. and no In (his reBpeet thejr are veil matched. She la handsome and poor; he la...

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 November 1896

UK LI OK) US COUNMi. 1 tJELICION AND REFORM OVER THE WORLD. ALL r OE in ffcvwY a 7 i .. t Iba Depth af Trae Cfcri.1la.lt7 Katare aad Art-Tha Tjraaav af Ita.a-Tha ( hrUllaa la Old Ago (tad UtH tha fatara. hall be like lilm" blessed thought! Alaa! we ara nut like Him now, Lett patiently w bear the cron, Lisa ineekly do f itilTcr loss. Than He who our redemption bought With thorny crown on dying brow. "Wo ahall bo like Ilim" blessed Lbongbt! "Wo ahall bo lile Him." free from tin; C:i Iflra temptation lot Us power. We shall l. puie. without a stain, When we tint bllKiful slate attain. ! uro without ainl pure within. !u t'.tat ecstatic, longed-for bour "Ve Khali to lk Illm," tree from i in. coaitt i!r.i.'iT th sw.ep of this Itnpoto ou.i, burrylnic and ans:oi:s spirit, m well aa our buslns an our pleasure, leisure em tint from cur uaiuio and from our cxpe rienre. Puh anl atli drive ut hither and thither at will. Ai to the result, we lark calmness of soul, orderly procedure and tteady and ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 15 November 1896

o r LIT' Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select FRESH CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Maplo Syrup ; Fresh Ferina; Pearl Barley; Eluepoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauco, and all fine imported relishes. 'Tidal Wave" Flour is tho best. 3Lt. TSj. -WILSON, FALL SUIT. ABOUT THAT TREATY. IMMIGRANTS TO THIS COUNTRY. We u:o only tho best Linings and Trimmings in every irirment turned out, regardless or price. Our Fit3 this season are giving entiro satisfaction Settlement of the Boundary Lines of Venezuela. EISOB ASDEADE INTEBVIEWED. ';( 7 Overcoat ;:.kr v.'e I'Icjsc you or Refund your Money ! XL IXnUCJUMXTS offered in i The Commluloa.r Cerar All DatalM la III Aaaaal ltaparl, Wakiiinuton, Nov. 14. The commi. loner o( immigration, in hi annual re port show that during the Uit fiscal year the arrival of immigrant to thit country acprcKated 343. SC7. of whom 840.401 were land ,! anil 57!)0 wera do ll Raid Nona af tha Ttrma af tha . , ....... ... ... . . . Agraaaal Hatwaaa, tha I'd 11...

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. — 17 November 1896

TUF rpvam nan v 7 JL am neawf JL A. JLtwe .vg Vol. I No. 300. BRYAN, TEXAS TUESDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1806. Prico, G ct, A I -will rccoivo in a few days my stock of now FRUITS - HUTS Some Important Vacancies In the Lower House. FLOODS IN WASHINGTON. EO WILL SUCCEED JUDGE CEISP? il Ji C""J lb mi I d I have on hand now some 1-pound boxes Dozier Bakery's FRUIT CAKES that are Fine. ED. H A LL . rxr- srr- THE GROCER. - M I M BMBav -AVX. W V A IU v Ghac. WES u hkovsi. a(ji:nt ro HOUSTON ICK AND I5RKWING CO ColebvatcMl Magnolia llcer- ,1 WKIHH IioTTI.K KhT.K. delivered any vheieln tba Cite uir.xni.iA r.ai:r.i vi:inh uottii Ur(l and CoMct lln-f ami lee aul' l uryan llrar? i. Tarnar of (laurata sad J. W. Ilallrj af Tanas Ara iohra of Far lha riaos-Objllu Ma lla Hals4 Asalnat Taraar, aa lla la Ciuld UrtilitersL Wamiinutox. Nor. lfl. Althongh tho next bouso of representative wul be largely Republican, considerable romo!!. eling of enmmit'ees on account of the U'W faces which will come into...

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. — 17 November 1896

Ain; l;i:uKi;N UiNOW. 70MLST0NE OUTLAWS ONCE THE TERROR OF THE BORDER. They I InurUhed Ilnrlna; the (.rrat Ituoni i'f ISllt -Their Depredations Mali led (! Natltra and Canted All to I'cel I iiMMfp Oiiuitl uf Thrlr one Howe. 1 N Totr.bstono.Ar!.., --, ,-. ? la lb 3, there ex- I ' !. v" E rj t0 to broken up ' t .1 V for years. Wyalt r(,.'"4 r Earp, who hnJ keen i,Ji the marnbal t 11 )1A L)ui!ro n,y' rwlsn- ed bis portion and Lt went wl'n ,n rusn ' to Tombstone. In th party with which Wytut made the Journey ma Doc Holllday and RtK Noe Kate. Holllday was Itaod fol low, but one day caught Ed Halloy monkeying with the dcudwood during a Staine of poker, and nil a gentle re minder rao a knife between Hai'.ey a li! s In tlin neighborhood of his heart. For this little thitiK to wan arrested, but through tho cuntiliis of Hig-NoM? Kate irRiiwJ ti escape. While tho of ficers g.it la front cf th totol with tin ir prinooer Kate act firs to the barn end (rt.d "Are!" Everybody ran to the nar. wiiea ...

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. — 17 November 1896

SCIENTIFIC CORNER. CURRENT NOTES OP INVEN TION AND DISCOVERY. YrK V i , 'tying Marhlnra llm ut Urea Invented t A Kauiarkalile llrlrfge In alitor-ula-Yhe I at of llaahltb-Tha I! Ili tun Heal. T Inn been no fre quently stated of late tint the prob-li-ra of the Tying ma hlne has been solved, on) luvc t U'Htlan has proven tlmt nuwt of the claluia are without practical founda- tlon. that the ma jority of people heed not be blamed If they express themselves on exceedingly Incredulous on the uubji'ct of aerial navigation. It U amusing to note the curious forms hat flyliiR machine have taken. One model strikingly rcembles an enor mous grasshopper. There li a long, cylindrical body anil w Ing-shapcl lil piece. The feet and antennae are tolerably well represented l,y the rxU and braces that work and strengthen th machine. There nre ul.eo models with overlapping sections resmMIng the sliling r.n a building. A quaint ami curious tun. le dome-shitped Mid worked with pe.lals. The problem of flyli...

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. — 17 November 1896

"J- lExt 3 o & cl M o o o Samples of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select n FRESH CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Maplo Syrup ; Fresh Ferina; Pearl Barley; Bluepoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauce, and all fine imported relishes. "Tidal Wave" Flour is tho beat. IF.. Tift. WILS03NT. .fVUR FALL SUIT. Wo use only tho best Linings and Trimmings in every garment turned out, regardless of price. Officials at 'Washington lieve It Is Near. Be Our Fits this season are giving cntiro satisfaction Rcmcnikr we Please yi-n or Kcfuil your Money ! olforcd SPECIAL Overcoats in PARKS UKN it outktj n :.;deop, n-:its. WATCHISO V.EYLIR'3 WABFAEE. j Consul General Lee has acquainted tho administration with these facts and ' j tho president is at prompt simply await in tT events and will shape hii course by j ltv , In oc.op of General Weyler thnt ' ho . Kruu.lo to wore a deeidml vie to i-ir' 1 e assembling of congress, i foam adverso aotiou by OuSl r -rii no i ivio 1 TWO REPORTS SUBMITTED...

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. — 18 November 1896

A 1HE RYAN DAILY EAG Vol. I Nc. 301. BRYAN, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, 1I0HNINQ NOVEMBER 18, 1898. Prico, 5 ct3 A kuii law 1 3 J L3 One Is From Alabama, the Other From Georgia. I will rccoivo in a few days my stock of new FRUITS NUTS THEY AUE TETTU3 ABD CLAY. era P A rf Th Fnrsnrr m-fi-at (taifrrnar Oatas la Sueraed fnlir l'uh and lha teller Wla Ov.r Clark Howell far th V- eaary Ifl by lha llrllraaMal of ha tar Gardoa. MoMdOMKRY, Ala, Not. 17. The Ikmocratic legislative cannula night, I I i U Ikmiicratic legislative cannulas night, I on the finitlaIlot nominated (leneral E. r W. IVttai fur United State senator to I ncoed Senator Pugh. The vote stood -3 Vttu, C7 i Oat. 20. WELL KNOWN JURIST DYINQ. indgm I'ark.r's fhfslrlaas r Tkare It Ma Hup fur llira. Foi-.t Fwth, Ark . Not. 17. Judge Ia j' C. 1 "ark it, the well known Junt, U dyiiifc- He ha brx-n suffering from a complication of diseases arming from fatty degeneration of the heart for the past four or fire yearn. H has been steadily growing ...

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. — 18 November 1896

TRADE WITH CHINA. A K"W FIELD FOR OUR VARIOUS F PODUCT3. Hi t aie Vlell ot 14 Hang Chans; Slay HrnU in Slure r ttenalia t'onimerrlal Krlilinna with the Inhabitant of the I loairy King- lorn. on. gi:;ihgk s. Bowtn. president K of tliB Amerlc.uu TtUl'.o Manufact urers' association, rontrluuif. the fol lowing ertlrle lo Wind nn 1 Watrr. a trade magazine: Cannot trade - w It o China bo rr,i,.. profit abb? An empire of 400.- . lubr.bliante within fa.)' num.' if I lie fiujl nuuiuf -irt in -ng nation i. innli ciiRlii rca'ly to h! nn obj'-ct m m-iIous interest, anil o might vry 1, . ;!, !) express our siirprli-r that be ins f t mar c are jet so far u;ian In nil that represents la n material way the niiiluiil brnrflis that would accrue (o both of t'Hkf ureal nation by a irore complete system of amoclntion tlnn in nt present enjoyed between lha to countries. Plstauce I now meas ured by time, anil as faellit'ea for u.nin imitation and transportation im prove, wi find ourselves neighbor! to a w...

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. — 18 November 1896

DAIRY AND roiJLTKY.i INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. ..urn Murrraeful Kariurn irniln' Till Department nf Hi Kami -A lew Mint ai lo in r or Lite aturk sul I'uulir) not a''rjrine to Iim.r of. cud It Is In tliin tii.it tb( wistrrni have an ad- VMltLit-e. Ittt l!,t ki . ...i 'l-'li and yield it (;ua:cr procrilun of cit able fit.;!). WISCONSIN ex periment rt it ion agricultural rcp:ri k: : An effort was nmilc kt tho rlon of each of tho per toil, of the xpvl- nu'iit to uncertain whether Ihe cowa. of tliclrowu iliolcc. would takewuu-r at .r.e temperature In pre ftrence to thatof mother. The trial wn made liy tk ur two pall of waKtr, one at the tcm )Tiilur of 32 Oi -gret F., and the other tt 7 donnas v., and placing before he cow. flrr.1 the water v.hoi teru erature was that which she hud been aklng during the period Just closed. ft it nlluwiuie hrr lo snallow two or nvr lime tlif n pall waa ri-ii'rp1 n:lu r and after lie bail Uiitcd It .in two wcie placed side by tide be ne her...

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. — 18 November 1896

IE. "OU jj OPPS 3 O O O Eaxnplcs of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select tDixst 3E&3cei"vredL : FRESH CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; The best Maplo Syrup ; Fresh Ferina; Pearl Barley; Bluepoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauce, and all fino imported relishes. "Tidal Wave" Flour is tho heat. j 3Ft- IhE- "WULm&OJXF. MPJ ink ALL SUB id Wo uso only tho best Linings and Trimmings in every garment turned out, regardless of prico. Our Fits this season are giving entiro satisfaction RcmenLcr we Please you or Refund your Money ! I XI) UCEMHXTS offered SPECIAL Overcoats. in nucsii PARKS & WALDEOP, MEXS OUTFITTERS. THE DAILY EAGLE. uK-trd th P-x'-fSlr Brrsn. 1 (ovouJ (. .u mail wU' r. BT COS SELL V. rAUIKR CARStS. MilcoLM Cak Editor. scbm.iit:ox rnu: Per Week, 1 Sc. IVr Month. &0c Chas.H. Edge, dentist, l'-rya Tci, More hoUe for reut by l' tiooch.314 Mr. Claude Mitchell 1 visiting In lloiitbin. Ft ill KALE A ccond hand riano, cheap, Apply at thHoime. RUINED AND KILLED HIS CH...

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. — 19 November 1896

i HE l in ill if Mk. SaaJi -Y l. iiiiHH!g Vol. I No. 302. BRYAN, TEXAS THURSDAY. MORNING. NOVEMBER 10, 1890. Trico, C ct3 A I will receive in a few days my stock of new FRUITS - NUTS V fen Mother and Daughter Murdered While Alone at Home. BOTH WEBE EHOT TO DEATH. Fo li ra ! U liiiUI P A F7 Tli Aon Bad llrathcr Rataraad Howe ad round II to Welti. r and el.lar l.jli.l Iad I'poa Ilia Moor-Ma '!' la In fartwtrelara, kat laterllee ad a Pom An tl Work. KiSiiK Crtr. Nov. IN Mn. FoleT. " "'1IW k',,J years, and br nnmar J A ried daughter, Faiinjr. aged , were j found murdered at their home near Lib- VJ g erty, Mo.. 15 milu from here, early I have on hand now some 1-pound boxes Dozier Bakery's FRUIT CAKES that aro Fine. CD. tin. morning. William Foley, aged !.. son of tho murdered womau, hail visited a neigh- Ur yeslcrday evening and returning home tl midnight w the firnt to dis cover tho dead bodice. The gates to! tho farm were open, the rattle and I horse were lxe and the front door ajar. T...

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. — 19 November 1896

rnxAS Curb-n:onc brokirs are now dealing J rliii ipjl'y In loose talk. L - i i"l 't J an 2 IT HIE HOME OF THE PRESIDENT-ELECT T -.7 People who are efficient are never ex tfuive to those who employ them. The nilil' nSiim wiil (inic nixitit the time t!j at people do their own think- V."i:!i the approach of ThankfRlvlng. G.udstone begins to talk about lining Turkey. Toopli. are beginning to think th..t the campaign button ha been preed too imuh. One consolation for defeated candi dates will bo that the corn-hit::kln:t feon Is on. People wh cannot adapt themselves to condition are mere nui.lnes with :m ability to grumble. The tno't humorous thins nioiit a f : - it in.iny Jukes In that seme J orson: Accept them In carncit. Tin- o-l' fit has become a competitor if the eastern p.:rt of this continent In mpp! lug coal to the Pacific coast. An Aysrt an vesrcl recently arrlveil In San Franrli.ro with a cargo of foal from Tonquln, that I said to be equal in quality to the hest Pennsylvania coa...

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. — 19 November 1896

raaV fitHM Hell 1 Kmnii ViHir I Ife If you want to quit uili.g lubaneoetAlly and forever, rexem loek intnbotxl, be rue I well, evmnr, Di4;'nttr, full l new lira artl vlKr, Uke Sa-i'ii-He, Ua wu ler.wurser that niakne nk mim strong. Many (tin ii imundaln lenrtaye. Over 4r, curxj. huy Nu-To-liac from tour diimuut, wuo will aaiaraiilreacure. IltxiUrl ami aamie mallei true. Ail. Sterling Urinnly t'o., Clikai or New Von. Ami then there wr. John Uromlry, who waa aomeihlng of an eccentric character, with mlierly tendencies quite pronounced. John wax a hostler In Crutrnrtcn'a livery rmble In New Haven. Coun.. where he had worked without losing a day fur sixteen yean at 910 a week aud tlpe. Iy living on cheap meal and sleeping every night on a buffalo robe epread over an old box be managed to aave a fortune of J 11. 000. whlrh would bare been aeveral t)iu;iHniid larger bad be not been caught In a couple of bank fallurea a couple of year axo. Wall, last Saturday C rem ley bade adieu to thla w...

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