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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 25 November 1896

- iMv i-v ?"" ""UN i v. v a i'j VV iniplcs of Forc?sn and Domestic Woolens from rchich to select j FF.ESH CITIION; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Uaplo Syrup ; Fresh Ferina; Pearl Barley; Blueprint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauco, and all fine imported relishes. "Tidal Wavo" Flour is tho best. 3rv. 1M WILSON, f v- r I lI F !OT MAO! r i uiiO i iVi' vj i RETCRN OF ffEYLEU. FIVE BUILDINGS BURN. To Moal kaowa at Denied That count It of Was Fear. on Ac Itaatrarltve rir Atlanta, Tax. Ailanta. Tex., Nov. 24 The most destructive fir in I ho ItUtory of thii town broke oat at 1 o'clock yesterday 7c us2 onlv tho best Linintrs and Trimmings in every carment turned out, regardless of price, the epah bide of tee Aims Our Fits this season are giving entiro satisfaction Henciiilicr we Hcascyoa or Refund your Money! offered SPECIAL Overcoats. ixnucEMKsrs w imim iiHiin'n'rrT;""" in PARKS & WALDROP, MKNS OUTF1TTKUS. THE DAILY EAGLE. t " m r. J st !w.nr 1 Bryan. Tun at rpivnl ( ixt mill mailer. 11 l"VKL'.....

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. — 26 November 1896

1 ML O O M iv l VIM orv y i DA LY Vol. I No. 303. BRYAN, TEXAS THURSDAY, MORNING, NOVEIIBER 20, 1800. Price, 5 ct3 Thanksgiving. MINCEMEAT, CRANBERRIES, CELERY. FOR FRUIT CAKES Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, Figs, Datc3, Su "ana Raisins, Cleaned Currants Alm onds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, "J Shelled Almonds. These goods are all New and First class. T0AST3 BY PROMINENT PEHS0N3. ra HALL. Tl 1 1: O ROCKR- has. .VESFfllROVSKI HOUSTON ICK AM) IJUKWING CO Celebrated .Magnolia Uecr- MA0X0LIA TW.Y. snd WIUKM IIOTTJ.K HI. Ml. ICTH delivered sny where In the City. Ltr:-t snd ('..Me-t l'.eer sn I he Vault ii Urysu. PRMUN'S MARKET ( It ihe place fur Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESn MEATS of All Kinds. jiuki-u srKi:r.yi 'i Tbor t'liiilily protectr! ft .m Hie. Polito Attention. FRANKLIN & SON FRESH OYSTERS DEW'S 5 Phono No. 204. XKNXATTl BLOCK FRESH OYSTERS f Tho best in Bryan, served any style, at tho IJandy IJitQhet.. FINEST FRUITS nml ihn Purest, Choicest Can 0t AU Kinds ana lU0 die...

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. — 26 November 1896

lVVmi OF MAGAKA. LOME OF IT IS TURNED TO MANUFACTURE OF PAPER. I. rot Mill 1 .UI.II.Ii.m1 at the Kalla li-rtrllty fa tlx Korc Thai Mine Him" llj It the (l of l'tWui Inff i'aprr la l:rdurrl. ( II' .Sv ... - c.' " letter) T PV.EV.3 likely ' I J that Niagara Full" aH I 1 ! stlned to fur nish the power Vjt niim uf .ir! ii rln K the major pait of the paper used la the Fulled State. Al ready several huge paper mills are la operation there, the propelling power of the machinery being electricity, gencr stcd from the power that the fall themselve have furnished alnco they ft: re broken to harness. Almost everyone who has vl'ltcd Nl KHa Falls of Into year and crossed 'he suspension bridge baa noticed tironma of water rushing from the alls of great building that line the 1-i.nk to the north and rlicht, each of which la a miniature cataract. Whin the tourist tee It. the water h;ia served In purpose and 1 sgalu burneylng toward Lake Erie. Tut It has accompliHhed Rn unusual tank. U KncrBti'd the...

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. — 26 November 1896

BELIEF IN MASCOTS. HAS ALWAY3 PREVAILED AND AMONG ALL RACES. The Criminal Carries a l nf nal-. ri.rui of huiH-raililn Thiil la Hear In All hunt ami louillttim of I'Mtlilr. HE belief r ' mans Is i , j(v a foellni THE BOER IS CLEVER. 1 1 1- belief lu ta'.l- uulversal. oellng truly catholic, for It ha always prevailed, says the London Standard. There ore savage tribe, no doubt. whoso talisniuns have not been Identified. Imt me may tic actually certain that thin In berause our knowl edge of thim la not sufficiently mlnuto, not because the things do not exUC For the belief Is an Instinct, Implanted during those unrecorded ages when the human animal waa struggling upward In the fiii! um of ita rcasan. It reap I'luni whenever civilized nun engage In any pursuit of absorbing Interest where luck la all powerful, aa In seek ing for gold, dluinoi.ds or treasure trove. One would sarcely Ond a diR rrr In Foulli Africa who hn.l born for liinaie without some object which bo cherished commonly a di...

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. — 26 November 1896

O O a o Camples of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select FRESH CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Maple Syrup ; Fresh Fprina; Pearl Barley; Eluepoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauco, and all fine imported relishes. "Tidal Wave" Flour is the boat. TAZC. WILSON, mtl FALL SUIT 1 J We use only tho best Linings and Trimmings in every garment turned out, regardless of price. Our Fits thi3 season are giving entiro satisfaction Rcmkr we Please joa or tend your Money ! srrciAL iyi)i;ci::ji:xTs offered in nvnyroVg I . ' ! ' TAJ I II u 14 3.11 : N S OU T.I ITT I ; I THE DAILY EACH Sue nd t (lit fii'io!"- ti Hnn, Tciaa, at r'ee,i!'l (': . infil ! msller. 11 v i ' ' . : n, c c u 1 1 V.ti.rc i. Cx- y It'nr. nil i: i s i '..i . : i i ' w.-.v, r... . . i e- Mor.'n. .'o. ( n.. II. I ... ',.., I-.-yno Tei. W. C. E i.c '. n N. f hj' . S ) . Ivii ; for unity I Gioib..".! ! V s '-t II i " .' lie.-.: .ie, " t I' ll. 1." .V . I.... ... M s I", i.t'e .'hi I. ' l ' 't'nj !j N .'..,. . . I". i. . tl ...

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. — 27 November 1896

I p Kk V M Kl I -1 M S i V h M Gl I I I I V3L.I N?. 3D3 . BRYAN, TEXZ r5TJDAY, MORNING. NOVEMBER 27, 18D0. Price, 5 ct Thanksgiving. MOVINC, ON HAVANA. Gomez MINCEMEAT, CRANBERRIES, CELERY. ... - roitniuiT CAKES ' Citron, Orango and Lemon Peel, Figs, Dates, Sultana Raisins, Cleaned Currants Alm onds, Filbort3, Brazil Nuts, Walnut3, Shelled Alroonds. These goods are all New and First class. and Macco Making That Their Aim. ED. Tin: TWO SISTER3 DEAD. On DIM rrom a Kpwrn sad Ik 0h Prom Crlf. AlMIs, Nor. 'JO. Two ei.tnra died here, yesterday within few hour of ch other, th Crt from a pium end 4he other from the effect of her grief. J .1st afi(T noon Mim Annie Blocker, while bathing In k bathtub adjoining her bedroom, waa alcKcd with a pwTn and dit il beforo aMoVtauoe came. Sb b.-wl only been in the tab about 10 mln-ut- when she wn di.eovcred, but il wn too late to bring her back to oon aciomnes, aa her Uxly was cold to ewblcgram to Cuban lead-M here, from jn il ath. Phe bad been ft uffo...

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. — 27 November 1896

A. TOUCH OF KATUBE. rVMEN ONE HEKLECT3 ON HELEN KELLER'S CASE. T:r.YA, TEXAS fn!y t!-.ow who have lilsure for a tiil fjucrit rent receive benefit from vacations. Dnf, Dumb and lSIInd Oh IlM at the Age of hliteea l'a.M-4 the Katreaea Maanlnatloa to Harvard College Mar holile llrnrfartoi There J, do use arguing with a mar. ho draws wanes from the other side of the question. Kusry people generally wary thern i elves more than they annoy others, r. .n t that Is one of nature's conipensa- llUllH. ' TMk wlfh the unsuccessful man long ' riirnith and he will be sure to tell you II. at there aa a time when ha waa rukltig J.Sikj a year, and had all hi i '.;' -ueci paid. J eft I'M Prince Hllkoff ordered 18.(XfO Atnrr Ii.t, satrhe fur Russian railroad cm Jii. jf s. He will have some fun If ho tries tA compare all of thorn with a rnur'ans clock. Tlu .mervllle lawyer who boiiKht a rent o fr, wood, unsaved, for his rr.itet f.ie thla wluter. hasn't burned my of It yet. He get plenty warm cough sawi...

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. — 27 November 1896

; 8 ZZ1 i!i F1F.L lift "Cornf, Qurlton," rrlerl Jack lnrry, Our stlnR Into my office on morning In June last, "drop those eveilaatlug p.i PTi and take an hour'a rut 1 want you to go to the opera house with me." "And for what, pray," I am wend, 'should I go to the opera house In day Imt the forenoon at that? Is It a re-henr-sal?" ftelicarsal? Certainly not; if th onm-enceraent exercise of the Girl' High School, and there la one thing, spec'ally, on the program that I am aniloua for you to hear. Get ready, nan; If time to go. It will ilo you Itood to aee thoae pretty glrla two hundred and fifty of them, and listen to what aonie of them have to My. It III hrunh the cobwebe ofT that lard worked old editorial brain of your." New I cannot tell you how It waa, b it lat k'a proposition roused In me a aud ilen but overweening desire to attend l!)0e exercise. It would be ao radical a chs-ine from the amusementa thaf I usually Indulged In. something at) brluhl and Inspiring and beautiful, that...

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. — 27 November 1896

..J 1 " n (i of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select FBE3II CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Kaplo SyrP ; Fresh Fprina; Fcarl Barley; Blucpoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauco, and all fine imported relishes. , "Tidal Wave" Flour is tho best, i'v . ) K V Wc vise only tho test Linings and Trimmings in every garment turned out, regardless of price. Struck on a Farm Near Grange, Tex. La T0UE3 rOSTH IS GEE AT VOLUME. Our Fit3 this seasonare giving entire satisfaction .'iVMplV. Ap llU.H 1.. iAl Overcoats. vc Tlcasc you or Refund your Money! L IXDL'CJLMILXTS offered in PARKS & WALDEOP, MK S S O UT1 iMTTJ 5 1 1 S. THE DAILY EAGLE. Kuu n.t t tt.e rt--oi.il ( !i!!,i-e at BrTiu, Tt'iM, a msil mailer Jr V.'.' SNKM.Y, i'AI.MI RA CARNI.H. Ilimn Citxr IMItir. St ItM till TloX V, I V. . Kin; IVr Month. I'. F. Walton and farivly, formerly of Hryan, have taken up their reldenca in Calvert, and the Courier bid them welcome In the name of the, let com munity of m ijiIc oa earth. Courier...

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. — 28 November 1896

I HP Rwvan i.omi v rMrt r Vol. I No. 310. BRYAN, TEXAS SATURDAY, MORNING. NOVEMBER 23, 1800. I Price, 5 ct 3 Thanksgiving. L3 ' "'U MINCEMEAT, CRANBERRIES, CELERY. roiirnuiT CAKES ' Citron, Orango and Lemon Peel, Figs, Dates, Sultana Raisins, Cleaned Currants Alm onds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, " Shelled Almonds. Theso goods aro all New and First class. FR A I IT i V L-JL Lw I.' 1 1 Tin: GROCER- has. VESFJ-IROVSKI HOUSTON TCE AND lUtKWING CO Celebrated Magnolia Boer- U10SOL1A I'AU:n.l Vi:iHH UOTTI.K i:K!:K. ICi: delivered wber In tin City. Lariat nd Cl.!-t Ileer and lee Vault 'l Brjeo. ny FRANKLIN'S MARKET 1 lit place fur Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEATS of All Kinds. Maikets are NCIcr.l-: SI aed Tuor- otighty protected h m Flies. FRANKLIN & SON Polite Attention. OYSTERS ZKNNATTI BLOCK Phono No. 201. FRESH OYSTERS . Tho best in Bryan, served any style, at tho JJatidy IJitQheiJ. FINEST FRUITS Purest, Choicest Can oi All Kinds ll"u 1 dies always on hand Troiiil't nl Co...

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. — 28 November 1896

XYLS IN A FOREST. I ROMANCE OF A WOMAN HEB- MIT'S LIFE. Her Knthanil Waa f nntlrtrd of Sr l.r of tlitrh II W Innocent I he Iwd Hon hy m Rrjrcid l.or A Drain llrd t nn t rttlon. (Bartfstown (Ky I, Letter.) -'O- '' rp LOf cabin slt- . i i .1 il uated In the depths I i r ;-' ..' I of id almost un- ' ' . r ' ',!lL broken forest. 12 ! M 'LJ miles st of this : . 7 . . .... f ' 4u known place, rear the Boiling Fork river. In Waa hlngton county, U an ob ject of Interest. It belug the home of Mrs. Tolly IHake. the section In vi-irU 4 III Ui.livu 4 wln.h she dwell at the "Woman Her mit." The story of her life would fur ii. h the material fur a thrilling novel. For fifty years Mrs. Illuke has lived In t!:ls lonely robin, h'T only coro pnnlin being a dig and a couplo of rain. In 1S35 Tolly Andrew. ai a lovely SiH lhlug vlth ter parent on a mm i.. MRS. TOI.I.T BLAKF.. farm near Springfield. Ky. They were f Il tn-do. resectable people, and Tol !y, being an unusually pretty girl, In liiMrlotis, mo...

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. — 28 November 1896

IT IS DEAtt TO MANY. TRE ASURE IN SOUTH AFRICA. . A Ulan With History Th Old "Pw la I (tana" Hkni Sailors l4 la 1.t Their Lllrs llarMal for Two i'sularl. A DOUBTFUL GOOD. STOXB ha just been unearthed In Bunt h Africa which bid fulr to take lis place among the Jii historic stone of the world. In the estimation of the people of that pari of the glob lit It ant. It ta the obi "Postal Stone," be- tiditU which, far at bant two centuries, the mariners who touched at what la uuw Capo Town were wont to deposit their letter to await the visit of the next ho::;eward or outward bound ve nl. It Ih of honagnr.u) shape, about five ft ft In diameter, and biura In oi l Eng lish lettering tl: date of 1K2. After thin homely auxiliary to the precarious letter carrying service of the time was supirporirj, and Cape Town sprung Into being. It was lout sl;;ht of un'.ll the other ilny. Now It will bo placed In men-urn. There Is no doubt about this stone telng authentic In which rrKpect it differs from many...

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. — 28 November 1896

" 1 r-Q w as . 7 A FRESH CITRON; Shelled AlmondS; Tho best Uaplo Syrup; Fresh Frrina; Pearl Barley; Eluepoint Catsup, Olives, Celery Sauco, and all fine imported relishes. "Tidal Wavo" Flour is tho best. IF2L. TuX- WILjSON. Our Slrt.-li r winti:h lTNI)i:iVi:AIt lw Compli'l lit rvrry ils'lall. Wo oiirry tho llcMt MukM 1mi1i In Cotton aut Wool, llfnv.v iiimI I.llil Wright. Cau t'lvo you ANY HVAV.. , 1'rlcfM Uini- ri'om HI OOliH I.OOA HUIX. SHIRTS - SHIRTS - SHIRTS V liitv' tho Kxcliiv' Air'fy Famous : IICLXlllXttC.Xl : Shirts which arc ltIvsmi up to to tho liest Fitting, lirst Wearing Good.s truii n t'lrvt t' inr. Our iuf.rttDf nt . the lnrirt hown In th City U t, O'jnrrd an .rt;;iti ti, any hu.i auj Mture Lciitftb. .H'KTAnHIVi:DLaii' Muo oi'MvliilONhtk PARKS & WALDROP, MJiN s outfittj:hs. I'l L I i . i Message of the President to the Next Congress. CUBA5 CLAUSE ONLY LEFT OPES. THE 1IAILY EAGLE Inured l th rudoffiee it Krvan, Triu. a te-cm.i Class mail mailer. I BY COS N ELL V. l'...

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. — 29 November 1896

1 ML BR YAH i-VlLY 2. a, am A' V B - I A f -I Vol. I No. 311. BRYAN, TEXAS SUNDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1890. Pn,J, 5 ct; JUST RECEVED. MINCEMEAT, CRANBERRIES, CELERY. ron ntuiT cAKiis ' Citron, Orango and Lemon Peel, Figs, Dates, Sultana Raisins, Cleaned Currants Alm onds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, i Shelled Almonds. Theso goods aro all New and First class. iTEN YEAUS FOR MILES The Termination of a Noted Digamy Case. At A BUZZARD IS RAGING. hu the WAS HARRIED ONLY HVE TIYE3. tomt of HI WlM Appoarad la Caart a Wltaoaoo Against lllm-ll Foraed I'laar II If lieportad Want la Toar. Omaha, Not. JH. TeUgraphio ftd-vie- from many poiuta In Nebraska and South Dakota report a heavy snow lid sleet, accompanied by a hlh wind. In Hint placet tlie lost to livestock will bo havy. About 100.000 sheep, beaided many hog and cuttle, are being fat lened In Buffalo county, Nebraska. Ill wivat la I'm a Hi ai.ur-t'as Three inch' s of rain Ml there Thurs day n!;ht. Yesterday it turned tosnow III Wl...

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. — 29 November 1896

f? T P T Tl. M I 7TI lT W CONC1N I.ITOHWAS ADIS" I INGUI. :lLD DIPLOMAT. frin: n Amrrlran SflnUtrr In Nuiurr Inint from 1 Mist to IS.S A Ueailrr of rilltWitl Thnult l;l Wiweonftln for V.-r.. siring I ricuiitilp liirUtird III. I-lrsta? . lit, In. j) u.v I' Tr .ii... ....i-kaw. editor of the Mil waukee Sentinel, wb.a died recently, wax one of the (ore most citizen of Hate anil cliy. For a dorado he was chairman of the iate central rcpub- lican committee, and the Iniiirnre of his vigorous mind was f. It In all the council of the party fcr lliat Irtic;h (if time prior to hti de parture for Kuropr. In 103 he waa i.;.o:i,f. J minUcr to Switzerland. Ho vti;ui-j that pott In the diplomatic k r . o until 1S77, and on bli return to Wlsim.ln lie remmed hi old plare at tim lii-.i of tho committee and remain- d In It until be wcut to Boston In J 7 'J to became the editor of the Ad-v-rtiHT. In 1SS0 he returned to MiS . and started a paper In oppn-l-5. i i u ta Sentinel, but two years lat er t'.ie...

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. — 29 November 1896

A Odd Stories of Life. It In her opinion pt the privi-nt time Unit no reform lovonicut In fully-4-iii1i'd uiilin It baa brnkea on ll. "Vuil ace," he e.vplulniil, "I tried to reform Jennie." "(if course,' wilil the cnj.iced ptrl. full' wlmt yu married Win for, wasn't itr "Hell, not entirely." nuawrrcd the f ouug married woman, hinltntltigly. "A inl. of cnurae, you didn't imnwl." itit In the older Married woman: "I alltl at Want, 1 Rot him Hurled, irnd now there no atopping hi Vn wee. I got blui to mop ilrliikluK tlrwt. II,. didn't drink much, anyway; lut 1 iroi lilm to atop It entirely, and for a few week he wa o cnom ami iithh M that 1 nhuoKt n-itrctlcd t"-t I'd (I til l V..IIH n 0;v really tn'eres'c.1 In; to fashion tli.it tlwy will weir; to hlryrlo l.iil.1 Instead tr Mii.lercar tin. Vol . we've N-en luowiic I fast for flu ? -!il.n at Ji :iNt isi.iiio if km have." t'.ntlr Mumlnif C U UllK lillU' III!,'. Tragedy. 1". X in! ftliS .4 ill th.' "llalrnKP.ll' done- it. nut tin got over H...

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. — 29 November 1896

' """" S.. IVJ. WIIiSON, Carrie. Full t and s-rlo: , !nt (cnfff onSt j Stock of ' I r. Staple and Fancy d10"" U0MS- J Call and roe for GROCISRIKS. yourselvcl ; We take 3'Leaslkk in XIIIlIITlSU Ol'K Goon?, AM) WILL BKM. EVERYTHING ON ITS ME KITS AM) GUARANTEE HATISFAT iOS . rhoii t n t-JHRISTMASI AM- , ! m.m-u or winxku iTNii:nwi:Ait i 'iil( o lii vry lt(nll. W rnrry tho lt"t :IiiUm Iiotlt In Cotton nml Wool, Itcnv.v uiul JAgXit wt'ifflit. Chu five you ANY H1YAZ. 1'rlocM llnu-.' IVom HI OOtoH l.OO A MlTIT. SHIRTS - SHIRTS - SHIRTS W liuvo t li 1 ZxcIiihI vt Atr"y "or mious : Tlrn,n n TLttcvri : blurts v lii-It lire irlvon up to ! tin lost Kitting, IJt'st "Wearing Goods Oirt'1 . dm u 10. l(.;..rv.l . Our "irtmfiit l llif larse.! shown III Hit Citjf -iuJ .Sttiiigvti, auy aire atel any rttt-vv Luusth. .1 I I" AUItlYlIU.-Lnigo JMm. olM'Iiilo.li. PAEKS & WALDROP, MKN'S OUTFITTKUS. II S .u r. . at tli r..u.nn at I'rTan, Tciu, n.l r.M Riail matter. '-".' I. U.V. 1.UA1I 11 A (ARSM. r.-r ...

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. — 1 December 1896

THE BRYAN I Vol. I No. 312. i JUST RECEVED. MINCEMEAT, CRANBERRIES, CELERY. BRYAN, jiTEXAS TUESNDAY, MORNING. DECEMBER 1, 1800. ONLY ONE WEEK OFF. Congress Convenes at Wash ington. Next Monday. A MON iTAfV Y CONFERENCE. THE EILL3 OF THE LOVEB HOUSE. r FOR FIIU1T CAKES- Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, Figs, Dates, Sultana Raisins, Cleaned Currants Alm onds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, i Shelled Almonds. Theso goods are all New and First class. THE HALL. (UlOCElt. NgVRR IEinxn TiMM VpPEN ALL f 'NIGHT. n$gtnt Sttock of liqvort tor H ' HOLIDAY trade. Leads tho procession as a a popular Resort, bnillie Flnl ffM.k , Krandl, Wlnea aot CI ara Id Bryan am ifnri la U Bml Sijl known lo tbt art J. J. TEASDALt. Brjan, 7 rat has. VESFwllROVSKI ACiKNX roit HOUSTON ICE AND UREWING CO Celebnitoil lanolia Boer-. MAGNOLIA PALE and WKIHS l'.OTTLK BKKR. ICK delivered any t hera to tl.a City. Urnt and Cddit Bir and If uii n Bryan. FRAMUN'S MARKET 1 tha place for Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEATS ...

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. — 1 December 1896

V 1 V I, one of the major league nm. b Uig selected by President N. "t'g u one of the rrg 'ials at the beginning of the i-n. u born on Oct SI. 1S63. ladelphia. Pa., and teamed to ill at an early age tn hit native ' for several tcason! con--'h tine or other of tbe many ft amateur tcame that abound d'y of Brotherly Love. Ha out rrof-wlonally In 1882. with : Vadc!ph! Lea cue Alliance team, tinile such a good showing that rv-er.KufrA tj the management the Phlladeiphlaa for 1S3. when the ill became a member of the national iftun. in 1SS1 be wat tought after T a number of clubs, finally accepting in Oder from the Baltimore;, of the American tsoclatlon, and he toon be came one of that club's crack pitchers. He participated In Bfly-four champion ship games thai year, and ranked among the best pitchers In the profea Xitia. lie was re-engaged for the tea Vi of ll'j'j, when he participated in v-ne championship games. He be-t-i the ifuKia of IS'jS with the ' rooklynt, of the snme asso ciation, ...

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. — 1 December 1896

CIIILI)iiISC()IiNi:R. SOOD READINQ FOR DOYSAND GIRLS. (Vara I Was a lloj-Th. rrlre n. r.id "The fc. I, Id. father of lbs Man"-Truo llrav.r; '.-.t Voir Wit fa ta -O lliilil f 1T . t. ! k ... ' In the attla where I elept When I vai a boy, a nttia t Jl In through the lat tice till) moon light crept. Bringing a tide of dreauu that ewept Over the low. red trundle-bed, Oalhlng a tanked curly head. While moonbcania pluyed al bldc-and-seek Vlth th. dimples ou M,.D aun-browned I'll pi k When I waa a boy, a tittle toy And. oh! the dreams-the dream I dieamrd When I waa a boy, a little boy! por the grace that thrcuja the lattice streamed Over my folded cyclids seemed To have the gift 0f prophecy. And to bring me glimpses of tlmrs-to- Where matihood'e clarion teemed to rail Ah! that wat the tweetes; dream of all. Whin I was a boy, a lute toy! I'd like to slurp there I tired to sleep Winn I was a boy, a little boy! tor In at the lattice the moon would peep Printing her tide of dreams to twerp The...

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