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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 17 February 1897

THE BRYAN DAILY Efl BRYAN TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 17 1807. Price 5 cts Vol. II No. 67. GOOD THINGS TO EAT : G-loxy Busy Day In tive 60ME BILLS E03HED THROUGH. Saratoga Chips; Fruit Cake ; Maplo Syrup; Pancake Flour; Buckwheat Flour; Mince Meat; Jelly Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; Shredded Codfish ; Edam Pineapple n4 Creim tittw. ED MALL The Grocer Agent for Chase and Sanborn uonee. War' KlMllna Kill Took t Moat of the Tim la Ilia llaa eal dual Aatlua l-a.lpaa.il la tee. I J- Hill Aelat lhub.ll Ruaaar Kill. 4 la lh hulk AlHTW Feb. 1ft. The flnit bill be fore the tenute yeeterday wa that pro- hibiting the playing of baachall and football oil Sunday where aduiUuiuu in charged vii laid before the ton ate on IU teootid reading. There wu no du- cnaeion on tlio uioature and It wan killed In Juat (our and ouu-half tutu nUw. XI r. LewU' follow tcrvant bill btnog the apfH-ial order wm Uid befiare the tcnate on iU tecond reading. Mr. Lewii madeaitroiig tpeeeh and concluded by movin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 17 February 1897

C!;c grtjiiu (Dafllc in VAN' TEXAS Tl.e European power hav taken 4 !;n year to do nothing tor the Ar trer'ans. The only lorallty where W'eyler geeais to have put dun a the rebellion U lu hii own mind. People who are behind the time gen rally consider that the world It ruth ir.g madly to perdition. We take greater palna to persuado rlheri that we are happy than In en-di-avorlug to be to ourselves. After all la aa'.d a man never really appreciate how mnny frlendi he lias ir.it'l It becomes nocctiary to call the roll. The chancea are that If you look b- hind you In life you will generally find eomcbody trying to make It unpleas- ant for you. At Hart Liverpool Ohio Piimucl Har- low laughed at ft farce comedy until he went craiy. A proteat should be en tered against the production of farce comcdle which are too darned funny for a nan to linens and preserve bis compos mentis it is possible how- ever. Judging from some of the alleged lde-splltters with which we are afflicted periodically t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 17 February 1897

ICE-CPCAM IN JAPAN. Walla nn Mall. The little brown men of the mlkaJo nv ju.t 04 rot a (00.n helr hlt cousins across th sea. aay the rhltadclphla Inquirer. They ar very fond of Amerl'tin randy when they 'n ret It tut our cheapest ean.ly U id 'liar to them that they cannot afrord to buy mor. thn half a cent' worth t a time. Nevertheless they make tdelr in candles ami sweeties ami ' li e (f th.-m are very nlre. They hav ;.n l.e-nu:n which croler and par. l.pa more healthful than that which e make nurselvea. n rsuulre no nuirMn.-ry ntul r.o ronkiiin. It la madn fm you uii tn street corner of Ja pun while- you nrn looking. The dealer has In a box r.ny numkr of chunks of ice. Vi.u c!e .!ih an order Slid he tnUej out li il. er. clean piece hnif ns lnrj;e in the flat wiiil with a ronr.se Iron crater rul the ne Into a thlrk snow which falls lit a eu;i or cohli t He nihs vj (nounl lii' to shout half fill the vessel throws over the try ()f it apoonful ot powdered nnar unci si'iinea tutu It th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 17 February 1897

Till; DAILY EAGLE. SuumJ Hi the r.wloffles l Brvsn. Tciaa Be.vii.1 t lu mail n.stu-r. BT CON SEL1.V rALlURA CABS EH. Mt on Cm .Jlior. SI'Iim miTloN mil I: per Wick IV. Tor Month. 60c Comsnche TtiU No. Ft 1. O K. M. prysn. Tci Council flic klnd'ed tin- tirnt and third Wednesday ol evcrv month it the seventh run and tliirtielli n lh in wigwam it Mike's bull. II. & T. C.TIine Canl. JCorllitioiiri'i No 1. K.ntlilxiund No 2.. Northbound No .1.. bouthbound No i . . .12 17 tn :i ..Vi ji in . 2 17 a in 1..V! a m TLe plows are going. He K'' ' growing. Fresh celery at It. M. Wilfon's. Cbas. II. K tg" dentist 1'rya n Tea House to lo-nt-Apply toT. F. Caa ties. 72 Mr. W. (. Talialeiro in visiting In Calvert. House (or Kent Apply to U. K. Knowh-s Hione K1. 0 T.urt Norwood left fur St. Louis yea- tetday to boy goods. Tintypei 5c neb kt Mocum'a art rsllery. 72 George Punlap ol Milliran til lu re yeabrdsy. House for mil. Apply to Cliff A. A Jams fltt. V. C. CoUon of loll was in Bryan jester lay....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 19 February 1897

THE BRYAN..DAILY EA Vol. II No. CO. ERYAN TEXAS. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 10 1807. Price 0 eta GOOD THINGS Saratoga Chips; Fruit Cake ; Maple Syrup; Pancake Flour ; Duck wheat Flour; Mince Meat; Jelly Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; O.rn 1.1ml Cndl'lsll ! Edam. Pincapplo and rmi ibm. i ED S-3ALL' Agent for Chaso and Sanborn Coffee CITY MARKET. S. V. ItUCHAXAX I'rop'r. Iltvli t I urr I.ai-1 tin- H I: "u ( i')' M' Matket of T. I.. "irsce 1 urn now 'tear l t fllllll ll I II k I 111 n Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only tho best Cattle. Hogs etc. that can bo found. Asking my fi.euds an.l ill. I'ubli- !r ! .re t tic ir 4tr n.age I am yonrt to please S. W. HUCIIAN'AX. Better than Ever I i I I In roi.stat.ty ij'i'li .1 i 'i the Finest Candies Fruits Nuts Ciirars f Tobaccos .i be (.mini in "it y . Fresh Oysters Served in Any Style (U il.'livi r. .1 in any iM i f il.f City. PHON'E 202. VKT-COMK 1SJ)T! iVN 1 ) 1 : V KIkYlH)!) V K I -SKI At tu GLOBE Snloon. TAYI.011 .V COX Ir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 19 February 1897

j)!;sj;nTi;iJ ii.ni:s. vi; ;cn women wait Fori their LOVED ONES. Ih Oneer Case f William C. (lrtll of rw fork A lurh Harried (Irouiu - I Veil ul Js llefore the Time aal f' Crranton-. ran fy m.i.iv.m v. urui Grata. tars ' it f-econi ; f.j (V NfW Yf.r t i -Ji J appeared ' V -Vi-. 1 found r 3 5 It have be Second avenue New Yr-rk. bit dls- til mid no him ran bo lie was to been married to Paulina lUm- mlnge of No. IViii Sri-rind avenue. In u vea day ud preparations for the happy event bad been B"'n oa or ioai Line. Last Friday at Z o'clock ae railed on Ml fiancee and with her risked seie.-a Jf rlr stores looking !cr a wedding nnf which wan Banally bought. Tbon Gratt who had planned l trip to Palisades Park N. J. where b'i oins property ccnchiiled he would go to the plumbing shop where be Is tniployed. Subsequently lie visited lister at her place of business. Thlrty- f.mrili street and Seventh avenue. Thereafter all (race cf h'.tn Ij ioit and hit rel.-tior.s f.ir U baa teen nr.tr- lred. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 19 February 1897

IX WOMAN'S 6CME CURI1ENT PEADINO FOR DAMES AND DAMSELS. I Im The. .. Thw las. t mlrr h Kif Current Nm .. 11.. aome Auam t Our turrripuud- SAW the young lr t nilnd some unexplnlnable ef- ti Ido lu her fpct which aha Is conacloua of but can- beauty prldo Ili'iici knl In her snowy amy; And tlx bright flush of Joy msn'Jed high on her cheek. And the future looked btoom- Inn and gay; And with woman' devotion ah laid her fond heart. At the ahrln of Idolatrous love. And (he anchored her hopes to th!a perishing esrtli. lly the chain which her tenderm wove. nm I saw when those heart-strings er bleeding aud torn. And the chain bad been aevered In two She had changed her white rolrf-i for the sable of rrltf. And her bloom for the paleness of! woe! Hut the llcalrr waa llier pouring balm on her heart. And wljilng tlie twira from her eyew: "1 etn nrthened thu chain he had broken In twain And faet.-r.ed tt firm to the skies! fher had whispered a volre-'twas the voire of her Cod "I lovt tbe. I love ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 19 February 1897

r it- James nam Wave Flour The fineet In tlic maike!. - i Undertakers and Funeral Directors. 1 f VonCiUM)'n Pork llii.l II.miiim. IMIo-rlni i... nU I'lour llo.vnl Hiillil Iriiiir iMo" hmc t Himi nil lilnii Niihmh mill IC'llhi In lli'.vmi rl-. ANitorl. i.hmiI (Jiilllonilit CiiiiiiI (Jiimtv All KIikIm t'lumcil V'Kf. uMcx. IH-1I lilMHIV .s.11 IsllHl V llill.e.. . i (.. in.... " t'iin t n. ot Co. SPRING ARRIVALS. t hxt JIM n! ( i:iU:i) our Kntlre l.ior of CLOTHING SAMPLES FOR SIM.IN(. AND SUMMER WEAR. Our display of 1 1-4 Yard Ends includes tho largest assortment of Foreign and Domestic Woolens ever shown in tho City representing a lino of over 2ooo Patterns Suits $12 to $40. Pants $3.60 to $10. Wo guarantee every garment to be a Perfect Fit or no sale. PARIES & CURIiDROP MKN'S OUTFJTTKI.S. lutrrsd el Ike Fmuifflc t Brran Tnu M aecond I lea nail natter. IT COSXELLY. rALVXRA CARVf g. MtLroLi fiiru Editor. Kn riitid I RK I: per Week IV. IVr .Month. 60c IVmanche Tril So. M. 1. O. It. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 20 February 1897

1 i THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE. Vol. II Nc. 70. BRYAN TEXAS SATURDAY ."" .NING. FEBRUARY 23 1897. Price 5 ct3 GOOD THINGS Grloxy- Saratoga Chips; Fruit Cake ; Maple Syrup; Pancake Flour; Buckwheat Flour; Mince Meat; Jelly Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; Shredded Codfish ; Edam Pincapplo tod rrna iiffsf ED MALL The Grocer Agent for Chaso and Sanborn Coffee. CITY MARKET. S. V. nUCHAXAX I'rop'r. Ilav'u g urchaeed ell k:-n (ity Meat Market of T. 1 tirac. 1 m ti" prepared to funis li all Ui I f Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only the best Cattle Hogs etc. that can be found. Aiklng my fr.f nd nJ tin I'ubli t r a !i Tt of lh- ir patr mag I am yotirg to pie S. Better than ver I r 1 I nn.lai.t y .:ppli -d ai'li tie Finet Candies Fruits Nuts Cigars 5 Tobaccos to !' (oiiii'l in !); a i. Fresh Oysters Served in Any Style Of itt-'iTi-rnl to any j art f tlie City. PHOXE 202. AVKLCOMK 1HD7 ! AND KVKUYHODY KLSK! At xU GLOBE Saloon- TAYI.OH .V COX lr.rllor. FINFST WIXF.s MgrnKS AXI cv U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 20 February 1897

f Cijc gnjmt n0lc TEXAS t Public mm would often do better If they were not afraid. Tht only thing poor old John L. bad loft waa chip and the meal thirst. It la possible to Incur the everlasting enmity of a man by finding him work tint he cannot alight. The nan whose life la not more or less Influenced by aome woman ran be depended on to mako frequent mistake. GREATER NEW YORK. AN ERA IN THE HISTORY THE METROPOLIS. OF fonptMloa ef the Haw Terh Central' Faer-Treeli Ilraw-flrialgeOver thm llar- Uat Klver and of lha Sjl.ooo.OOO ateel Vledael frees I loth la 1 40th Nlreat. A Parisian burglar recently cricked a aafe In a restaurant high up In the Eiffel tower. He la at the top of his profession. Delaware la going to abolish the whipping post. The state should make a clean Job of It by abolishing Ad- dkki at the same time. Soma of the new governors walked lo their Inaugurations and aome rode but It la worthy of note that all took mighty good rare to get there. Philadelphia spent 12.000.000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 20 February 1897

A itraoitr tu robbed in rsin this k by "a nun who looked Ilk the picture of Oen. Weyler." Out of 1000000 people there u only on man who aaswartd ih description and he la now la J all. A proportion tiai beea mad to coa- trtta to extend th freakier prtvllei. Aj It It now used to Irani port th laun. dry of certain member back and forth tbty must want their b(Ea and fur. alture carrlad uadar almllw xod. tlone. An cnca-v Br la a wortlilcea aa a Dm a with a toothache. A 8TII.NOE PHKAK or NATCRK. W hop to Mil I.Wj.oqq packacea Golden Kind Watermelon tbe most wonderful freak of nature amooth ablny yellow rind crlmaon fleeh. dell- cloue! Ifa eenaatlooal. Took 600 ttrat prlte In 1SS4. You niuat hav It to bo In the awlm. Melons o like wild fir at $1.00 apler. w paid 1300 for one melon! 1 100 prltrs for earliest melon -ripened In m in 41 daya. Lota of money mad In earliest vegetable Balier1 seeds product tbem. Thirty- fire earliest aorta poatpald. $1.00. Tkss Mali a.a I a teal for a Tarkaia of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 20 February 1897

i i i r: - . - j- i i i a a &PRMQ ARRIVALS. Hr featr JtsT nMLIUI) oar mtlre l.lnr of CLOTHING SAMPLES FOR SPUING AND SUMMER WEAR. Our display of 1 1-4 Yard Ends includes tho largest assortment of Foreign and Domestic Woolens ever shown in the City representing a lino of over 2000 Patterns Suits $12 to $40. Pants $3.50 to $10. Wo guarantee every garment to be a Perfect Fit or no sale. PARKS & CUALiDKOP MKNS OUTFITTERS. -roii- Tidal Wave Floor The finest in (he market. W. T. James & Co. V MMOI'I Von CtiiMp'a Iorl iiikI Hoiiiim IMIirfJm 1iiiiiIi l'loiir Ito.vnl Nnllil Miwl N..liAl I .In as nil 1(1. ..I. m. - ..ll.l.. Ii. llrvilll. rlHt ment Cnlll'ornla OuiiiiimI (JoimIn. All ICIimIm 'iiiu1 Vi'tf otnllo. Undertakers and Funeral Directors. (IrlaiKO. I Will' Hurt Bur telle "inciter of public in- 1'rof. liliu-u terest fur the Clbys" who appear at ue ... w the 0ra house Feb. 21 called ou tl.e him ami lie took I. tagie yesterusy. j no My l)MP WHg .Cll. li.ir wimIdii) id the retn....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 21 February 1897

THE BRYAN. DAILY EAGLE. Vol. II lie. 71. BRYAN TEXAS SUNDAY' 'MORNING. FEBRUARY 21 1807. Price 5 ciz GOOD THINGS Saratoga Chips; Fruit Cake ; Maple Syrup; Pancake Flour; Huck wheat Flour; Mi nee Meat; Jelly Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; SlirccMcd Codfish ; Edam Tincapplo aid (trta (kmr. ED HALL The Grocer Agont for Chaso and Sanborn Coffee. CITY MARKET. S. W. 1SU01IAXAN" Prop'r. Htvit g puirhaaed the :i"n ity M.t Maiket of T. L. tirare I am now prepared fnrni-li k'.I kind f Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only tho best Cattle Hogs etc. that can be found. Aitlrif my fr.emU and tlx I'ubli ' ' r"ln. 1 ou " plea S. W. 1IUCHAXAX. Better than Ever I i ! j i ' i! la coimli.t y ippli'd wHi tli Fined Candies Fruits Nuts Cigars to be (uiind in 3') tii. Fresh Oysters Served in Any Style Or delivered lo ny part f the City. PHONE 202. S. W. HIGGS. WEL.COM 10 1HD7! AM) KVKUYnODY ELSE! At the GLOBE Saloon. TAYI.OH .V COX Proprietor. FISF.ST WINF.S. I.lgldKS AND ClUAKS IX ItKYAV ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 21 February 1897

A II..ULROAD KING holidays the world oveb. PECULIAR CHARACTERISTICS Of COLLIS P. HUNTINGTON. tu knocked out (! It a Very rial alae Bad It Ai ta t'Uplay ana aorletjr Ilia I'alaa llswerer. llrke for Kuifilra Moraat fcatrrprlaea. OLLIS P. HUNT- Ington. president of the Southern Pa- rlflc Railroad Com- pany. U again prominently before the public because of bis rectal activ- ity In Waahlngton In tbe Interest of tha Pacific railroad funding bill. which In tha bouse. The public 1 familiar with the outlines of fal Monte Crlito career and under stands tha bitter feeling against the system which keeps tbe Pacific coaat In tha grin of bla railroad. Mia per aonal cbaracterlatlca are not o well known. Ha la described aa bating calm bewhlikered ox-eyed and ner vous face. Ida frame li tail and elss- tie wealing the atrength and bealth of an Iron constitution. Tber la tendency of bla bead to bend forward when ha walka. and lie earrtea a gold beaded can from habit rather than necessity. Ha dresse In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 21 February 1897

liELlQIOUS COHNEU. HCLICION AND REFOPM OVEH THE WORLD. ALL Ti. Thinning lUnWt" -Thlr anal llell(lua-lle (irons C rim Mraeillng A fad -l.lf' .lu. Things Xo lllgbtaaaieras Hiibeal Lore. ft HE DAY grow lonelier; the air . jlV cornier man 11 ' V.r h A u"d 10 ' ) I V v"' hre - ii.'i'.ii'i"'' Th haunting " . . 7t i - i .. cuorua ui uipur ory. Dear fares once (hat made our Hav tanltbrj from tb sweet home band lear taxka tbat were our loved employ Have dropped from out our loosened band. Familiar namea In childhood r.lvcn None call tit by save thot In heaven. We rannot talk wllh later frlcud Of those o time to which love Icndi Burh mystic bate of soft regret; W would not. If we could forget The if'!iif 0f the bygone hourt. Ho prlrrlrn arc love' faded flowers; Hut lonelier trow i the waning day. And much we mlia upon the way Our comradta who bae beard the call Tbat aoon or lute must summon all. Ah well! the day crows lonelier here Thank rjoil! It doth not yet appear What thrill of perfect bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 21 February 1897

SPRING ARRIVALS. Mr hixt JIST rCl'CnCU our Ilntltr Mnf f Tidal Wave Flour The finest in the to Van Cnmp'a I'orlf nut! lIniiH lMlirrl'" 1 Moat holof t i..tii nil JAiiiila Hiiik hi ut CitJIl'oriilA ?iuiii ill 1. TLi fi a-i rv A All I I I I I I I I I I I I I i llllllilll llllltlt' Phono ? f5. I HlllMM-sLlllll 1C'II1M' I All Uliul l'l.mr. lloviil NulM lriWHliir In III' Mil. r"isi APmiin- ;i ii ii ! V'tftH'l'. W. T. James & Co. ..illndcrtakcrs and Funeral Directors. CLOTHING SAMPLES .? FOR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR. Our display of 1 1-4 Yard Ends includes the largest assortment of Foreign and Domestic Woolens ever shown in the City representing a line of over 26oo Patterns Suits $12 to $40. Pants $3.50 to $10. Wo guarantee every garment to be a Perfect Fit or no sale. PARKS & OiflbDROP AIJJN'H OUTFJTTKltS. tairr4 at the roslnlhre at Brian Tsiaa a Stroud Class null matter. BY CONNELLY. PALMIRA OARSI.a. MiLroin Caru Kdltor. scaecRirnos; rnici: IV Week I V. Fer Month. 60r (Vmsm-he Tril...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 23 February 1897

THE BRYAN DAILY EAQLE. Vol. II No. 72 BRYAN. TEXAS TUESDAY MINING FEBRUARY 23 1807. Pricc 5 cts GOOD THINGS Saratoga Chips; Fruit Cake ; Maple Syrup; Pancake Flour; Buckwheat Flour; Mince Meat; Jelly Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; v Shredded Codfish ; Edam Pineapple . itn . hmf. ED MALL Agent for Chaso CITY MARKET. S. W. RUCIIAXAX. I'rop'r. " "J llarlng parcliaaetl lb aell knoen l ily Meal Maikel of T. L. lirece I aid now prepared to fiirni-h all kinde '-I Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only the best Cattle. Hogs etc. that can be found. Atkla ny friend nJ llu Public tor ahar of lli-ir palrj'tge 1 em yuot I" laea S. W. BUCHANAN. Better than Ever I i i I I It Onatai.t'y tupplied wi.li the Fmeat Candies Fruits Nuts Cigars J Tobaccos to U lonnJ in 3iya.i. Fresh Oysters Served in aVny Style Of deliverrJ lo any part of Hi (My. PHOXE 202. S. W. HIGGS. WELCOMI-: 1807! AND KVKllYHODY KLSK! At the GLOBE Saloon. TAYUHf V COX lroprlluraa. FIX EST WINFj LIQroKS ASI C10ARS IX b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 23 February 1897

S i Till: SAME SAD STOJiY. HERMIT WHO HAS FAITH IN MEN. LOST j r.tlifllc Tala of Deserlloa !i-ttry ana lllaroaraaement " Jauie llaward Passes Away Ills Wlghted Lite. (Atlanta Utter.) UK writer ha Iwq exploring the dark cornrri of Georgia ond ha dlecovered a hermit lu Lincoln cc-inty. He la Ja. HowuiJ and bis picture Indicates thnt he U dwtt- Inx of more than ordinary attention. For a quarter of a century Howard has lived In aolllude ar il he atlll refuses to have any more it.illnca with hla nelnhbors than la absolutely necessary. Twenty-five years ago he wa an ennrat hard-working and thrifty farmer owning a small piece of land and horaea sufficient to culllvato It. aome rattle aheep and hogs. He made home auppllea atifllrlcnt for hla fatn- 'ly. which ronalated of himself hla wife i-id two little ys aged twelve and fourteen years. Although he worked Laid he was rcntentcd with his lot and waa tiring a life of prace and adding a little sum each year to hla savings. Cut hla life of prar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 23 February 1897

SCIENTIFIC CONNER. CURRENT NOTES OF INVEN- TION AND DISCOVERY. r ha Trlrks of Ihe fto-lalled llnlr Xea of India- Nursery hy Klaclrlclty -A Trap That rraventi the ICerape ml Rawer Ua. HIS it on of tho o-rjilleil holy tnn of Iudla. Accord- lug to th belief of th Hindoo these r the very holiest characters who cannot do anything wrong and a rt therefor worship- ped by tht people. fir They spend their (lm traveling from city to city and. In the guise of sanctity really do great harm wherever they . They carry a bag. In wtilrh they place the money and food collected from their deluded admlrera. They art really great knaves uml would not be toler- aled la any country whera superstl- tlon did not away the multitude. A their ex stems and Influence de- pend upon keeping the tn" norsnre the fakirs liavt been found th most hitter opponent to th prog res of civilisation and th Christian religion. The Illustration ber Riven slows th fantastic dress and appear- anre of one o." these Impostcrs and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 23 February 1897

B B ARRIVALS. V2 -iron- Tidal Wave Floor Tim lii. cut In the market. Van Ciiui'm Iorl lin.l llomis. lMlii-r-lm l'niinlt l'lour lCoitl Hiillil 1 1 r'pllitf. Mosst flst llms nit JiliitU Hhikm n mill lllnlisr ltr 11 -1'"! -V.oi i- iiKMit CtilU'oritU C'uuiM'tl t.uo.ls. All Ulml C'uinu'l : aim. . i. .i j--I' -x- in--- " " I W. T. James & Co. Undertakers and Funeral Directors. V.r fca.r !iT i'l- OVi'.I) viir Ilutlrr Use of CiiniING SAMPLES FOK l!MNf; AND SUM M Kit WEAR. Crr display of 1 VI Yard Ends includes tlm!').: ar. -ortmcnt of Foreign and Ioi:u:sLic Woolen. over shown in tho City. representing' a lino of over 25ooo Patterns 'l'heVlu "Our F.at" was 1 Mlimi-tnin at the opi ik 1i !. IkM t ' l; ! . t . Ni l tin' inerita of II. e prediction li o i better knwn nines. ; thr Inu-e would have been lilled ; bow Mr. J B. i ncr ibo aiidici co u ly no me ) i and Mis atimll anil tleyweic nil certainly ap-! unilf! in ' pnH-ialiVM. Ami tiny aliouUl luxe! i e-.. Tlio trft ai:iuit proved a gen ui...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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