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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 4 July 1899

! 5 ; I- I r. I ' F i ! J' fc i t Shirt waists have not gone out of style and Gilmore has the best. .J A TEMPESTUOUS TOUR. Kou'h Experience f Messrs. lillishaw ami Curry out in the Storm. THE DAILY EAGLE. I 8ntta anil the Sleta. j Pouthrn women Kill Indtiljr" j in a lenptby afternoon siesta a str.4 i in toiofio t Brya. Ttm m ! custom they pnr-atly miss while Sctnl CIim Bftil nttui. BT rOSXEI.LT. FALVIR k CAR EH. Witoom Cii Editor. chcsiitio run: Per W-k 18c. Per Month. 40c sr.NDAV. JL'LY 2 1SH It U pretty generally known that Messrs. llcarry pillashaw and John Curry !J a little outing last week and tiU they had quite a time going jt o the reunion in Leon countyTnd rcturing there- from. But unless you hear the story told by one of the boy? you can have but a poor conception of the teal terrors of that trip though rain and mud and amies raging waters. The boys lift Bryan Tuesday afternoon loaded among other thing with SO) pound of ire tl.i contribution of Mi.-trot I'ros. fc Co. to the...

Publication Title: Bryan Morning Eagle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 4 July 1899

MONEY LOST! If you hare not been trading with us you hat e lost money for we KNOW that we are selling many articles cheaper than our competitors. V'e do not mean goods that are old and stale for we ofer none of that sort. Jt e mean FRESH Goods ol BEST QUALITY. .1 40 pound box of Starch fur .'.J sounds mighty cheap for a good article but Its 50 Just the Samel find Us even so that we are offering many other linds of Groceries equally as cheap. Your orders will hare our best attention and will be delirered promptly at your home. OUHM TIIUIYY ZUBER & McDOUGALD rrlihouo HI. II. & T. C. Time Curd llryan Northbound No 1 13:1 p m onthbonud No 2 4 ;03 p m North bound No 3 2:07 a m Wouthbound No 4 1:44 a t. & U. N Time Tnble lleauie lit SoCXD.J 1.05 a. m. 8:06 a. ro. jo.l Ao. 3 lea res leave SeT BOCKI). .io. 2 leae 3:53 . ) So. 4 leave 4 :3V p. m. an wis imisi add e astomo. No. 0 leave Hearne 3'10 p. in. No. 10 arrives at Hearna. . . .1 l;.V a. in II. & T. V. Time Table lleame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 4 July 1899

J ... ..J . . . i ... ' i THE SAME OLD GAME : A REPORTER'S ADVENTURE . ' BY Copyright. 1899 John Iurll WH slttlun OD A luiSiXICO truck In tin- l"uUu ibix.t t WurcrMcr MA'S. ImiUlna tr new. He wn n re- lorter an 1 It j hl lntj to "cover" tli kiMUill. Niilbinif I. ail t.iiH'iifl that day m-ctt a severely ciiuvctitlmial liooko case by wblcli a rustic Ii.i1 lust Ii's liainl bit ism ice. The ITnlr lncke My original feature nul i ntlroly failed to Interest IiikII. wbo viewed all such fame with the l.issltutlo of nn eliiert. TLe yoiunt mau was bored. U lotted I f.ir wld r Odd aud bigger l'.v. aud the eye of hU spirit werw turned hun grily ukiu New York. ' lie a roue from hi eat with a yawn and Immediately a young woman car- rying a child lu her arm took the va- cant place. Inslia glanced at her Idly and again with dcVp Intercut aud a third time with ju admiration that was almost painful. She wan not over -"" yars old aud her face waa almost childish lu tho tLtioceut sweetness of Ita ei)in-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 5 July 1899

It JStpan Aom in Vol IV. No. 188. BRYA.N. TISX AS WKDXliSDAY MOHNING JULY 5.1891). I'rico 5 Ccntw. ! r COFFEE ROASTING! ! Is one of our specialties no longer an experi- l a ment with ua. Always fresh uniform roast. -1 lieijuircs no re-roasting to give it that flavor that our fresh roasted colfee has. Climax Coffee 8 lbs for $1 Batavia Blend 6 lbs for $1 Java Blend Coffee 4- lbs $1 n i ' We will not onlv give you a Letter ('OKI- Eh t t . . . l.iit ii-.il iinnil untno irn rtl nr your iiiuiicy ' - ..j charge: We have recently bought a largo j;. ( 'UFl'EK M I LL with a capacity ot HO pounds per hour. Royal Blend Tea For icel tea is unsurpassed lor the lSlvM Telephone TOM SMITH HIS t I'D! Mr. W. II. Harper of Denchley while in The Kugle office tlay related his experience in the flood. WOKK ON ItlCllHiKS. The county commissioners met yesterday to consider and act on the condition of road ami bridge 1I and Mr. Iixon night oicrator The results of investigation l.y the at P.enchley got into ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 5 July 1899

Shirt waists have not gone out of style and Gilmore has the best. THE DAILY EAGLE. ir4 t lb. PmIoiHc tt Brro. Tiim i Baoond CIm. mill mailer. BT CONMELLT. PALMIRA CARKES. Malcolm Ciaau Editor. (CBHCMII-TIOII ric: Per Week 10c. . . Per Month. 40c WKKXKSDAV. JULY 5 law. Kalllpt I.akf fn th TTorlcl. The naltlcst lake in the world Jn Lake Uruniia in rendu i tu- tted more than 4000 feet uhrri the letel of the twa. It contains 22 parent of naif nuttcninut ! 8 " per cent in the Dead Heu. Thg lake in P4 roilen long and 21 mi leu brood and tin northern coanta art- cucrusted with a bordrr of tn Ir glittering while in the mm. Xo living thins: ran urviTe in it exrept a npwieii of rrry small jel- Jr fish. m lllfk Met fr tMnpi. Two Itritisb Ouiaoa tamp dated 18S0 and worth originally cue penny rack wer wld in Ikr Ho nut lung 1150 for 3000. ur ! Standard Medicinal preparations! There are several profits mill- ed to prices of Patent Medi- cines wo sell our own pre- parations at the minimum of our p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 5 July 1899

MONEY LOST! If you hare not been trading with us you hate lost money fir we KNOW lhal we are selling many articles cheaper than our competitors. Il'e do not mean goods that are old and stale or we offer none of lhal sort. W e mean FRESH Goods of BEST QUALITY. :l 40 pound box of Starch for t.:J sounds mighty cheap for a good article but Its so Just the Samel :Ind its even so lhal we are offering many other kinds of Groceries equally as cheap. Your orders will hat e our lest Mention and will le delivered promptly at your home. t YOUIIN THUIV ZUBER & McDOUGALD Tsltliou HI. II. 3t T. C. Time Card Ilrysui Korthbound No 1 12:14 p ra Southbound No 2 4 .03 p m Sor th bound o 3 2:07 a m Southbound No 4 1:44 a m I.AO N Time Table lleame leate 1:05 a. id. . I leave A.. .: a. tn. BART OCXI. .no. 2 leav 3:53 a. m No. 4 leave 4 p. n. Hrrl HtAkll ASt) ( ANTONIO. No. 9 Uavr Ht-ame 3 10 p. in. Ko. 10 arrives at Hearn. . . .1 l:M a. m II. AT. V Tlmn Table lleni-iie MoKIII HoLMi. No. 1 arrive 12.1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 5 July 1899

ff AlULCAUY'S RESURRECTION. SS yS BY ERNEST JAKKOUL Crrlkt. laaaa r Ik Asihar. Tbera was mo nnw.mt.il air of glum. In the littlo ciirar ature a the twiliul ettl.-l down on the Ilowerr. "Mnl-aey tins U-.-n g ne two wo k." nrlnimrd Jlnjchin the. l-.imak.T Thera will b no tuore f un h.-rw i.h- oat hlra." "Tm for yon." rp..DM (tilluMa. the wit "I won.l. r di.l ha s to Cut or the Klondike!" "Neither." hM II niches "for if Itii nnt tanrh inl-tuWi-n here he conic n-w Ur is it hit rhtl" Snra cDunKU it was Jama Mul.nh-r bricklayer. uun. cahimiin-r. what- ever was to I done aoj in hii white overalls article and span. "It ktbh James" raid the Utmak- er. "that yon hat on verr summery costume for thia time of rear. " "Well. I bar mr re.1 fUnnels be- neath them but that all I bare." "Sit down man. and tell n your predicament Where bar yoa tarn since last I taw yoi !' been dead and tmried." vm the remarkable statement made by the man in white. "What I" iranped the RTvrtp "I have and I'll prove it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 6 July 1899

fib or tun Vol IV. No. 180. BRYAN. EXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 0.18yJ. Price 5 Cent.s. 1 F! fanned! CJ AM K I'ATKS TrullltMl. RICHARD & BOBBINS' Potted I tarn Tonjrue : (lame : Turkey and : I rlilrL-ti I unaerwoou ucvu- H ed Ham it. I Hatavia Salmon Deviled Turkey Deviled Chicken ! Imported Sardine Ill oil Tomato Sauce or i A La Bordelaise Deviled Crabs j; Shrimp I: Lobsters Boneless Chicken J- Mecrinjc - In 1 umftto Chipped beef Lunch Tongue ! Vienna Sausage Corn Ueef ! I-) Peas linked Beans ' III TutUtlO rAUC I ! Cherries i Strawberries BATAVIA Pineapple Tomatoes Asparagus Jcars Peaches Il'in'i wiiirv .ilinut vimcthin;; In f it ph lu- lls yur w .uit. HOWELL BROS. irotri U'l Ct:tV Eltrr. i 4 "The I. & G. N. THE ILLUSTRATOR AND GENERAL NARRATOR Of Facts A B O u T T E X A S A liiwi'l.-iHM-ly illustrated monthly publication 10 jiiiy ? rnjiravnl cover in color iucil by the 1 v (i. N. K. U. tlicriptive of the inatrhles re- sources of awl fr the encouragement of intelligent farmi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 6 July 1899

Shirt waists have opt gone out of stlyleand Gilmore has the best. tion. Fully three ft of water lit fallen. I'.nl Ulxe ltcucuea IVuco. Wwo Tex- July 3. The rl rise re ported two dars ago od lu way down reached here at 7 o'clock this morning. It was small affair. Tbt rivsr it lev than half full and falling. The destruction of property between Clifton and Waco on the Hosqne it top- palling. Many fishing and pi entire parties known to have Wu in cr-rop thlreare unaccounted for. .Settlers in the Bosqu valley who lo tlieir homea by the flood tell start- UtiK tales of the audden llfty-foot rise the like of which wai never seen before. Accmnnlatioua of drift have cliftngeJ the cou rue of the stream. The Katy to the north and Cotton Belt (row the east are running Navarro Count'. Damage was confined tocreek hot- tome. Navarro county mine oil with comparatively email loises. SPORTING. TKXAS I.KAGl'R. Ntuutlliitf ol Clubs. (ismes Ter Clubs Won I-ost rent (ialveaton 15 " Houston 10 7 Austin 7 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 6 July 1899

if r MONEY J J you air itri trading with us you hate lost money for we KNOW thai we are selling many articles cheaper than our competitors. V'e do nut mean goods that are old and stale fur we offer none of that sort. If e mean FRESH Goods o! BEST QUALITY. 40 pound lox of Starch or $t.25 sounds mighty cheap for a good article hut Its so Just the Samel 'I ml its even so that we are offering many other kinds of Groceries equally as cheap. Your orders rill hare our lest iillettlion and will he delivered YOUHH THULY ZUBER & McDOUGALD 'Vlftiou 111. LOCAL NEWS. J. V. 1'avn wn Iter from Itenchlejr Vtatenlar. Two House (r Kent Apply to Mm. K. It. Roberta. W2tf f-otilie l'etr Tfionia f a here from Tair yeaterdajr . --1l'fliik Mount Vernon Pure ttye at the i Kipocitiun mIuod. lnOf College creamery butter on Ire at Clark X Iauliy'a. I'M Prof. K. K. Matiiott aaI wife were br from Harvey Veaterdnv. Kreah strained honey 10 centa a jouud at Clarke X laiinty's. I'.:l It. Newrotiib anl K. K. Mo. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 6 July 1899

k '- Y: P THE STORY OF A GOOSE BY JOSEPH A. ALTSHEER. 3 ' We had been falling lin.-k tr th neniy wii in mighty iron it fnrce mil waa jin-HHinif Qt hunt I'd jn-t ivine orer with the re-enforcement friiu the weatrrn army and thine in Yiritftiia little new t me aeeinn that I'd erer Iwd there Mote. Tlmee fillm In the eatern army were mighty freli. too and. thinking that we bora from tbe wtt were green thf.r were alwnr playing jolt. on D aud atenlitijt onr lcrnb.nd.trlnlr P.Braluutaibad!aD.l if i can- fiuJ as tbe Yankee iliil Now. I'm from Kentucky I tell yon and baring mighty quick temper I Xt into aimie Dum ahunt It. but that didn't make any difference with mo. I wan't guiug to be pnt npon. I wann't there to be righting the Yankee all day aud then when I went back to camp to find that oar own fellowa bad atulen all my irrnb. No. aim none rif that anrt of twine fur tun. I'm half bm and half alligator. I reckon. I wa lmrn in Adair county Ky. where the bill rie a atralght np at the utile ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 7 July 1899

Hbomin Vol IV. No. 15)0. BHYAN..TEXAS KKIDAY MOHNING.JULY 7. 18W). Trico 5 Cents. i f r. : i fanned! ( i AM K 1 A.TJ'. Trullln.l. RICHARD & ROBQIHS' J Potted Mam j Tongue ; Game Turkey and Chicken Underwood Devil- ed Ham Hatavia Salmon Deviled Turkey Deviled Chicken Imported Sardine In oil. Tomato Sauce or A La Bordelaise Deviled Crabs Shrimp Lobsters Boneless Chicken Mecring la 1 amain Haui. Chipped lieef Lunch Tongue Vienna Sausage Corn Heef i: lii Peas Baked Beans In Tow to ue Cherries Strawberries BATAVIA Pineapple Tomatoes Asparagus cars Peaches ONE THOUSAND DESTITUTE PEOPLE A COTTON MILL At Itrookklilre- No Houses No Food No Liven Have) llt'l-ll IODt. I).n't wurrv about Mmcthiiisj to c;it plioiu- hi vur unt. HOWELL BROS.. rimer ao4 Colfte B"wtcr. t "The I. & G. N" THE ILLUSTRATOR AND GENERAL NARRATOR Of Pacts A B O u T T E X A S A handsomely illustrated monthly publication '.'0 page engraved covers in color issued by the I k it. N. II. K. descriptive of the matchless r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 7 July 1899

t FLOOD SUFFERERS Shirt waists have not gone out of style and Gilmore has the best. THE DAILY EAGLE. aurt4 at tb. Fostoflc .1 Brrta. Tuu tvi-oal CUm mall maiur. BY fOV SILLY. PALME A CARXES. MucoLi Cahu Editor. .rcM'BiiTion mica: Vtr Wwk 10c. . . Per Month. -10c FKIDAV. JULY 7 IbVJ. Daninuc la Coryell. iateville Tex. July 5. The ri- ver at this point in in the channel except where the hanks are very low it is still running out and causing the farms to overflow; has remained on live and a half days. Com is reported badly damaged if not entirely destroyed. .Somo of the corn that was entirely covered with water is dying. Wheat in shocks is badly sprouted the chock iM'ing green. No trains or mail miii e last Wednesday. Heavy showeri fell this evening A fall of eight feet was reported in the Brazos river late yesterday afternoon the water being off most of the plantations and about with- in banks at most places. Gur Standard ifficdkinal reparations! There are several profit aM- ed to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 7 July 1899

r MONEY LOS If you have not been trading with us you have lost money for we KNOW thai we are selling many articles cheaper than our competitors. We do not mean goods that are old and stale for re offer none of that sort. It e mean FRESH Goods ol BEST QUALITY. 40 pound box of Starch for $.?J sounds mighty cheap fur a good article but Its so Just the Samel .ind its even so that we are offering many other' kinds of Groceries e'pially as cheap. Your orders will have our best attention and will he delivered promptly at your home. "YOUHM YHU1VY ZUBER & McDOUGALD TI'phou 111. A SHOOTING AFFRAY. II. & T. C. Time Card Ilryan Northbound No 1 12:11pm Southbound No 2 4 :03 p m Northbound No 3 2:07 a tu tiouthhonnd No 4 1:44 a m I. A J. M Time Table. llearne wirf oond4 I. i iutn i.uo a. m. 3 leaves 9oo a. m. art Borxu. No. 2 Utrnp 3:53 a. m No. 4 leave 4 :3tt p. m. HfrWIklC HKASI AID X AKTOMO. No. A leave llearne 3 10 p. m. No. 10 arrive at llearne . . .1 1:V a. in if. XT. V. Time Table ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 7 July 1899

- J .iitil A k A A AAAAAAAAAAAA A AAA IN THE NAME OP ART. BY JOHN J. A'BECKET. IC.rrll. INS hr tk. A..k-r ! jimHHmTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfWnTTT Barely tn.Iw.i i wayfarer io NVw York ulr'tii arr-tci ly a tli.it in picture-nine. r"jfiil!T wlun the ele- ment f iictiireiieiie in iUlJilifil Ij hnmaiiLiuil Such a vlrtnre lie morn- ing at the fortitT of Fifth avenue mi l Twenty-lift Mrcet met the appreciative gaze of Mr. Hamilton Ntroiigwi-IL It wnt an Italian tvotnun ntnl Iht haliT. I'mir dcepiaeil wrurjr alien. ilm waa fitting on tlm niilewnlk Inr I nick propped airaintit the hard railing of the Union cluh whoeeeouilierfxiJtisivene aninreiita kindred retreat for icregitrion worldling on t'nll MiilL A largo ahal- low banket whoee content were cov- ered by a worn Muck i nauieli d cloth. Teated on the alii. 'walk hy her ilf. while atiytliriif 1ml reting on her brvai"! wa a lnxty tatty boy whom h wan unckling with the tixxlitity of the lower animal. Tlm woman hail a handkerchit f cov er...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 8 July 1899

JBtpan fiborntn Vol IV. No. VJl. BRYAN TEXAS SATTJRDAY MOILING JULY 8. 1801). lrico 5 Cents. 1 4 At (Jawed! CiAMK VATKS. Trulllel. RICHARD & E1Q3BIHS' Potted Ham J Tongue VJUIII Turkey and Chicken Underwood Devil- ed Mam Hatavia Salmon Deviled Turkey Deviled Chicken Imported Sardine In oil. Tomato Sauce or A La Bordelaise Deviled Crabs Shrimp Lobsters Boneless Chicken I leering la lomatu hu'i. Chipped Ueef Lunch Tongue Vienna Sausage Corn Ikef Peas Baked Beans la Tumkto flue Cherries Strawberries BATAVIA Pineapple Tomatoes Asparagus r'cars Peaches Don't wnirv about something t" eat phone us ynur w. nits. HOWELL BROS.. I. ! - I I 11 I t: a. IrtK.ra tod VfT luMtm. 3 "The I. & G. N." THE ILLUSTRATOR AND GENERAL NARRATOR Of Pacts A B O U T T E X A S A handxomely illustrated monthly publication 20 pages engraved coven in color issued by the I A l. N. H. It. descriptive of the matchless re- source of and for the encouragement of intelligent funning and industrial and general enter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 8 July 1899

Shirt waists have not gone out of style and Gilmore has the best. THE DAILY EAGLE. Dreyfus in Good Spirit. Henries July 1. Maitre Lahori paid antoter visit to Capt. lreyfu mri th PouiBc it Brrin. tis. m ' at 10 o'clock this morning remain- trenielr Te-rve.l as to his Hf on Devil's UlanJ which hu led an in delible impre-sion and remains in his memory s a horrihle night- mare back to nil distance 01 me past four yean with relief tinged ith a feeling of the horror of a (me man who hat escaped from a madhouse. lie declares his brain is almost reeling n the man of explanations MM. Lb-mange and Lahori arc bringing out regarding the extra ordinary machinations of hi enemies mid the devotion of his friends. Tjt yfus is astounded and and full .Vartful gratitude at their elf-sA-:lice. The feeling is particularly rrong as regards Col. 1'iciiuart wll n he hardly remem bers and tlnintory of whose ier?e. cutimi has profoundly moved him. Dreyfus was unable to talk Iri-e- ly with his brother owing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 8 July 1899

MONEY LOST! i ft you hare not been trading with us yon hate lost money for we KNOW thai we are selling many articles cheaper than our competitors. Ve do not mean goods that are old and stale for we offer none of that sort. It e mean FRESH Goods of BEST QUALITY. . 40 pound box of Starch for $!.:.; sounds mighty cheap fur a good article but Its so Just the Samel 'lnd Us even so that we are offering many other kinds of Groceries equally as cheap. Your orders will hare our lest attention and will be detirered promptly at your home. YOUItH THIJIV ZUBER & McDOUGALD Tilliono 111. Tbe formal order In the iae of 115- i . The KtII of Narrow Tlr. nrm i. it ti i i i ww ruau aim onue ismua raa wra Marlio ball. mule by tue commiesionera court. Mr. E. J. Fountain iavs the oil mill till COltoD I II. & T. C. Time Cant llryau northbound Not 13:14pm riouthboond No 2 4 :03 p m Northbound No 3 2.07 m Southbound No 4 1:44 a m I. Jt ). N Thus Tiible Ilearne tin cnd.2 No. 1 leavee 1:0S a. m. N'o. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 8 July 1899

THE MAGNANIMITY OP f JESSE PLUNKETT PORD. ! BY EDITH ir.prl.hl. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf TTTTTTTTfTTTTT The yonnji Womnu who Ml nn t!i- tap of th manta wa imthin ! ! thnnnol'jTtof adoration tolli jontli wboiprwl. (lon tin lowmt atcp wuti li inn her wbile Kite iih ii. In. Imt I "You're awful kh1 to me. li I.yii j don. Yon'ra tin only one that' r '-n i ml IfoM to m linru I crima I ilon't ! i why tny father wanted me to turn' hero. I think be milit hae taken w- j to Europe with him. It Ki int to tue very nice place f t the kind aaid Mary Lyddon. "There are rertaioly nire rn-opln h r." "Oh I aat'poM tln-y're all riicht. hnt I hate W Tln-y treat me a if th. y thnnxht I hadn't onlit to live. lint I'm aa Rood aa tb-y are. I'm" the Ur MtboltttriKht "I'm al'lnnkett! Did yon know that? Jcwe Mnnk. tt Ford that'a my name. Ford' a K i name but rinnkrtt'a Mter Tlmt wa uir fit- ther'a mother name and hny there berer lirisl a I'lnukett that i mean ON HE minded. Why. do yon know my conei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bryan Morning Eagle — 9 July 1899

4 Vol IV. iSTo. 10-2. IJHYAN. TEXAS'UNDAY MOHNING..IULY "J 1800 Price 5 Cen ttttna 7 fanned (JA.MK IVVTKSTrulllel. CI RICHARD & R0DQII13 Potted Ham Tongue Game Turkey and Chicken Underwood Devil- ed Mam Batavia 5aImon Deviled Turkey Deviled Chicken Imported Sardine III oil. Tomato Sauce or A La Bordelaisc Deviled Crabs Shrimp Lobsters Boneless Chicken Herring! In Tomato '. Chipped Beef Lunch Tongue- Vienna Sausage Corn Beef Peas Baked Deans In Tuutato Hiutu Cherries Strawberries BATAVIA Pineapple Tomatoes Asparagus cars Peaches MILL! CAN FOR GOOD ROADS. The Tax liym Met aii-I i puii.fil a Cluli K'oIutiHM. riri v vi:its ago. Navigation orih I'riio a Ael luted An Intcrestln;: KtlJiject. r-1 r i J ) II) ' t VWilTV about something to cat photic ii V'Hir want-. 'A HOWELL BROS; il; iiroicm ami CulTu Router- TEXAS BAKERY- AND BOARDING HOUSE. OTTO BOl-lIMM Proprietor. All kinds .of Fresh Bread anil Cakes kept constantly on hand. Supplies furnished on short notice for picnics and barWueo...

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