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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 21 March 1897

, v ni: , t u I h . t.-.j a rr.fiiilxr -Mf ommdtrfon roln-; aire, weight and tnenKiirea during th huli four yeara. being on Intimitis ft lend inuliiK'ixiate nf linn. II. I. Illiind. I nr I n k the brat neni-lou of th Fifty-tln-l ruiiKiiM he mado a Hptfch In fa vor of free roltiaKit of nil v -r Out at- tmrted onnhlcrable alt, titluu. In the' i oiul m'tnlon he wrote the ni I nur II y ; report of Oif 'uii!K) loimuiitee In fu-' vor of On ttetiate free-roliinge bill. The j - ; NEIililES CAREER. I liuili m-ver forgot lout Juue tiintii ltig when Nell tulil IK. I UN Im iiiIiiu hatter pudding-I ho rietklug iilvvity fi'll In m.r hare nml Nell nml I Mi were lltil.lilng ttit- week uiililly illFiiliivril In Oil report ami tlio tr.uilng. 'I In- I 1 ir lilac I.UpIi wa In full John thorough manner In which Hip tuibject nolil. a handled bail been lilxlily pralpetl f the j nml widely complimented. Ilia iff'n ge or I oi .Miirui i'l, i vi.'. in mvur oi me inauu till Ik enidilrci y nlilf rrttlra to be I...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 21 March 1897

A WONDERFUL SHRUB. ll en the nanka of l!ir l.auii.a i..l turn Many II1..III7 I IK. I Cm of the latent Ixitiinlral dlsrov- j erlea of Interest to seeker for health ! U railed Alknvli. from the Knvn-Kava tti rub of India. It la Ix I in Imported liy the C'lnirrh Kltlnry Cure company of New York, and li a certain rum for everal bodily disorder. The Kavi Kava abriil). or. ai botanists call It. "riper Melhyitlrum," grows 011 tlio t.atiki of th (ani;ea river, and tirulmb ly wai used for rriitiirloa by (hp native beor Hi extraordinary n.rrtlia be ram known to rlvllliallon throuxti Christian missionaries. In this re spect It resembles the discovery of qui nine from the peruvlan hark, iniule known by the Indiana to the early missionaries In Foutb America and by them lirotiKht to rlvtllr.ed man. It la a wonderful dlwovcry, with a record of 1.100 hospital eurea In thirty daya. It ails directly upon the blood and kid neya, and la a true tpeelflr. Just aa qui nine la In mnlnrlo. We have the stron...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 21 March 1897

Samples of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select . . . Your 1 8 1 ML Una Onn f - f 1 1 OflM Has just received a no si til US! Ml... Pichlrd Celery, Chcpp' now stock of Kalamazoo fd Celery, Celery Salad and Celery Mustard, tho finest and most ap petizing con iments ever manufactured. Fresh stock of Blue Label Gannod Corn SAY, T YU! a 999Vt .afrtWf And complcto stock or Fresh Groceries of all kinds. ri-.tneTC. TEXAS LEGISLATCKE.U . UUEEN UL"'i A'JDCATION. We Ili'prccciit four of the Imtw si Tuilorin;; ('inu-i-rn in America: J. W. Losso Tailoring Co., St. Louis. Marks Arnheim, New York. Reinach Ullman & Co., Chicago. Murphy Bros., Chicago. Each of the above firms have read ml tin- acme of perfection in the Tailoring Art, nnl these eonjU'ctioiiK enable us to oiler you cImuco of the largest line of Suiting Novelties ever shown in the Slate at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. Give us tho order for your Easter Suit. Wo will guarantee to pleaso you with a neat stylish suit. . An Assign...

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. — 23 March 1897

THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE. Vol. II Nc. 00. BRYAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCII 23, 1897. Prico, G ct3 M FOR LITTLE. TO' quality. ut quality ought to bo first consideration when aro Duyincr somo tmng Bcems to ho what most poo pic want theso days, whicn is all right when you got tho tho you to cat. Wo study tho wants cf Jf?()ur Cuntoni'T mil fn I m M I . iteiiaDie s rocei'tes t.i pivo you "Xwl ti At rt;,;rih' Prices. Good Flour and uom1 Tim and Good Co II i! e arc always worth what they cot. t3SVc are hi':il!i:u tors. THE GROCERv Collect Qreiaery gutter Uv. jjr: ca JUai FRANKLIN'S MARKET 1. t!,e ..-. f..f Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEAT. of All Kinds. Mmk.-l. 4 e i lliT' '".: .1 T!.. r- I UANKLIN & SOXO Polito Attention. W. T. dames & Co., Undertakers and Funeral Directors. nig, fine iI ' i ! . i ! 'Ii LUood and Cloth Caakttt, .luh Cult t i..r I ','!. i . I : i i' r ! . -t. r-ruoMrr Ai ii:nhon h a:.i. mud; us iay ou night Tki.kiik.mk 112. Grand J a ring Opening SPAIN WILL ...

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. — 23 March 1897

V T Ml P'X SKT? V ft 'oun thftt Alexander, longing for lALAAUL O OL.HJJ.UJI. oth,r world 0 con(,UPr ,nd yet TE3TIVITY THE SUBJECT SUNDAY'S DISCOURSE. OF frmm th Tnli Brtag UUker th Fat ted Calf sad Kill It Luke Itllt WkM Bla sad S.rrow hall It K Mar tlata f Paradise. N til ages of tit world It bu beta customary to celt brat Joyful eventf by festivity. Thi signing of treaties, the proclamation of peace, the inaug uration of Presi dent!, the corona tlun of kings, the Christmas, the mar- tlage. However rauch on other days of the year our table may bare Hinted supply, on Thanksgiving Day tbere must be something bounteous. And all the comfortable homes of Christendom bare at some time celebrated Joyful events by banquet and festivity. Some thing bas happened ou the old borne- stead greater than anything that has ever bsppened before. A favorite son whom the world supposed would be come a vagabond and outlaw forever bas got tired of sight-seeing and baa re turned to bis father's bouse. Th...

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. — 23 March 1897

GIHLS AND TITLES. LIKE COMIC OPERA AFTER THI CURTAIN HAS CONE DOWN. " Thas tllldaa MlaslllaaMe Why Iwikw Woaiaa Ihnli Have kaaagh la We AawkM Mew. DEAR old Ameri can lady who lived the greater part of ber life In Rome and used to receive VM'S " knowing In her spa V bZrl'rt c I o u a drawing riMium mr up in 1110 dim Iuidiiuii of a Roman pulare, used to eay that "ahe bad only known of one really bauuy marrluge nude by an American girl ibroad," aaya the New York Post. In thoee daya, bring "young and Inno .enl," we considered that remark very rynlral, and In our hearts tliotiKht oothlng rould le more romantic and forming than for a fair rompatrlot to issiime a historic title and retire after her marriage to her hushund's estates, to rule smilingly over hliu and a de voted tenantry, very much aa It ap pear In the laat art of a romlr opera when a roae-rolured light la burning nd the orchestra plays the laiit bril liant rhorda of a wedding man h. Then, a I bo, there seemed to our pervertud...

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. — 23 March 1897

1 F ooo Samples of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select . . . Rnfl 1A II I OnM Has just received a new stock of Kalamazoo' C A V I Ull IIIJ Pickled Celery. Chopped Celery, Celery Salad jWl-4 j I Ull VIILUUIl and Celery Mustard, the finest and most up-, Celery Mustard. petizing coneiments ev r manufactured. Fresh stock of Blue Label Canned Corn And comploto stock of Freeh Groceries of all kinds. r.h,",T1- r. m m jma. m m n you i Suit. cotton eed niowl and rhnm at V.l.n.1... .. . ., i . I.r Slillnli'a fine." wrll"" Mr. J. H I ! y.'tir frifitil. I - n v ln re you in gi 1 I we the 'at I'"' l't lO'IH V. (' II W), is tlu- place. !'. Mv bain mm rmii ami wa aaved Mr. J. U Sol.) I'j nil We want your trade and U) tet il we will iU you good cheaier than any hoitfe Id llryan. C. 11. Wyse. l We Hi preM-nt four of the Largest Tailoring Coumns in America: J. W. Losso Tailoring Co., St. Louis. Marks Arnheim, New York. Reinach Ullman & Co., Chicago. Murphy Bros., Chicago. Kach of th...

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. — 24 March 1897

BRYAN DAILY EA Vol. II Nc. 07. BRYAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1807. Price, C cts rHE QLE Much for Little S): Heeins to !o wlut iiiohI pi'djili! want t hivi- duy, whicu in all ri.-lit, when you ft tin- uuiiliiy. Itut quality nilit to Ih tin- lir-t ciMifiutTution wlii'ii you an lining um'tl; i n to -at. We HtU'ly tin w inin t . . . .n Reliable Qs cces'ies s Reliable Prices. Good Flour and Good Tea and Good Codec arc always worth what they cost. C-SMVo arc headquarters. THE GROCER.-? Collect (natDsry Batter Always en Jlind. FRANKLIN'S MARKET 1 tl.e I !mv f,.r Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEATS of Ail Kinds. M.uk tn r mi.i;i:; v:i . d Ti.or- utiglily prod ile-l ! mi Mm. Polite Attention. W. T. James Undertakers and - I-arro, fine hi,', ml! .i Cftakcta, luli (a-Vi n f.r 1. r Mr.'I.OMT'r ATTKSKH'N 10 Tii.kiiionk 112. ' - - r ) - ii . i mMIII ,ii a Postponed, On account of the cold snap the Grand Free Openings -iAt the Kandy Kitchen Has bocn postponed until Thursday, ferch ...

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. — 24 March 1897

OV! !!RK!) PATKXOTHE. WASHINGTON SOCIETY HAS A SENSATION. Inferiors' Colllllaa Take l Assistant Iwrretary ml tal"s lrlaae Troahl OrtflMte Whew Mr. Hot hill aat lataaotire Want That Ibi Vu Dead. -!y (Waihlngton Letter.) patenotre, th French amlmssa dor, baa been cut by the Uachclor' Cotillion. This means much mure to Washington so ciety than to tba ret of tba world. It opens a fresh chapter In the (eud bet ww-n tha am bassador and tha first assistant secre tary of slate. Mr. RockhllL The Bachelors' Cotillion la the moat exclusiv of tha social organliatlona of the capital. A committee of auto cratic powers and discriminative Judg merit makes up the list of those per mitted to share In the functions. This list exclude all who can not pass the rlsld scrutiny of the committee. A !ew weeks mo the notice for the com Idc treat of tha club were sent around. An attache of the French am basty, who waa Included In the list, called at the Metropolitan Club, the headquarters of the Dachelora' Cot...

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. — 24 March 1897

! f ! i PEIDKOFTIIEVILLAGE Rfl. BILVESTEn DEAN LEVEEN ii polishing btr bras knocker, Her long, thin hands rubbed and nibbed till the little white curl on her tore bead da i) fed like treet children. Tet tbe labor bad no perceptible effect. Tbe metal shone like light, but ao It did when ibe began to clean It It bad boue like that yesterday and tbe day before, and. Indeed, every day (or all ty years. There was a amootb circle all around the knacker where ber delicate hands bad worn Into the bard, black wood of the door. NevcrtheUat the old lady rubbed away Juit at (be bad done every morning since the spring of 1833, when she was brought, a bride. In. to tbe bnuse. She was tbe pride of Greenwich Village then, and abe meant to be attlL On tbls particular frosty morning lire. Leveen tarried longer than uiual at ber task. After the lion's head was satisfactory even to her sharp eyes, she worked on. Hut It was evident In tbe glances she shot across Dank street that ber attention waa not gi...

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. — 24 March 1897

a0ooo Samples of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select . . . Your Spring S it' We Represent four of tlo Largest Tailoring Concern", in America: J. W. Losso Tailoring Co., St. Louis. Marks Arnheim, New York. Reinach Ullman & Co., Chicago. Murphy Bros., Chicago. Rnn If lll OHM Has just received a new stock of Kalamazoo g A V H. nil NlllJ Pickled Celery, Chopped Celery, Celery Salad , i b llli WILOUU nnd nrfnnr Mustard, the finest and most ap- ' a . 1 at? petiz ing ccneiments e vr manufactured. I rcsn siock oi Blue LabelGanned uorn And complete stock of Fresh Groceries of all kinds. g-Aig- YOU! Kadi of the above firms havo reached the acmo of perfection in the Tailoring Art, ami those connections onahle us to offer you choice of the largest line of Suiting Novelties ever shown in the State at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. Givo us the order for your Easter Suit. Wo will guarantee to pleaso you with a neat stylish suit. Suits to Measure S12.00 to $40.00. Pants to Measure $3.50 to...

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. — 25 March 1897

f THE BRYAN DAILY EA Vol. II Nc. 08. BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 25, 1897. Price, C cts Much ior Little B Heein to be what inont peoplo wunt tlif diiy, whicu in all rilit, when you Ri-t the n utility. But quality ought to In' thu tirft roiiiiliTation when you are bujinj? romi-tlii";: to out. We tudy the wnnl ol . . . Our Customer and always endeavor In givn you Kara Reliable Groceries i Reliable Prices. Good Flour and Good Tea and Good Coffee arc always worth what they cost. COWc arc headquarters. THE GROCER? (oUiji (natBiry flatter Jtvtiys oo Jiitd. FRANKLIN'S MARKET It tli place Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEATS of All Kinds. Uatket art KCItlX Ktt ai J Thor oughly protected fl mi Klin. Polite Attention. V. T. James Undertakers and Large, fin and aril lc.t.-o! Caakata, pluh fakrt for (l.ildn taTPROMrT ATTKNKION TO TitcrHoxi 112. On account of the cold snap the Grand Free Openings lAt the Kandy Kitchen Has been postponed until Thursday, arch 25, From 3 to 10 p. m. . L...

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. — 25 March 1897

I 3IK. KOUEUTS' LIFE. HE ASCENDED STEP BY THE LADDER STEP. paring lb fearae ml III I.I fa He Kaew What It Waa ta He Kallraad Laborer as Well as lreeldsat f the Ureal faaasylraaka Myites. f tJ v I EOnOE Brook Robert, president or the Pennsylva nia railroad system, who died the other day, came from one of the oldest famil ies, la Pennsylva nia. Hit country estate at PencoyJ bad been la possea- Ion of bli ances tor for two centuries. He was born 1n Montgomery county, Pa., on Jan. J j. 1833. MU early education was re vived at tbe Rensselser Polytechnic institute at Troy, wher be took a course In civil engineering. After bli graduation be went to railroading and bl Ufa after that wa pent In railroad ervlce. Mr. Roberta wa only elgh teen year old when. In 1851. be began bit work aa a rod man. employed In the conatructlon of the mountain dlvlalon of the Pennsylvania railroad. In 18J2 be became assistant engineer of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad, and for the subsequent ten yeara waa te...

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. — 25 March 1897

CIESTIFIC CORNER I CURRENT NOTES Or INVEN TION AND DISCOVERY. "m Nlag sr rl.-MU, KlgM t,a. l' Tkrah Lcna.l-.lat Akl p HE world-wide i- nown ol Niagara Kills hu lent p cullar distinction to th great electric power plant recent ly Installod there, but the Amerlran Machinist aayt that "In to far a the Niagara plant la a " long-dlstanc one. the Work dune up to date haa been tur passed a aevrral Instance, both In the dUtanc covered and the amount of power transmitted." Many of the greatest electric power planta are among the Rxky mounlalne and on the Pacific coast At Fresno. Cal.. a ""rvoir on th brow ot a near-by inouiiUIn supplies the hear let bead of water yet used for such a purpose, ..: 1.H) feet, and the power It distributed over a distance of thlrty-fiv mllea. In tome of the western Installations (h water, after serving Ha purpose In leneratlng electric power, U utilised for Irritating land. fteelBf Right Bid t'a. The lenses of the eye produce on the retina an Inverted Imsg of obJ...

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. — 25 March 1897

I a.ooo 1 1.-U1JLI L. 1 - m JU JJll I Samplc3 of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select . . . Rnn PHI OHM Has just received a new stock of Kalamazoo QAV TO L IJII MIlJ Pickled Celery, Chopped Celery, Celery Salad I l lili VVSLUUIV and Celery Mustard, the finest and most ap.,4 Celery Mustard potizing coneimonts over manufactured. Fresh stock of Blue LabelbannedOorn And complete stock of Frch Groceries of all kinds. YOU! 4tvfr-titfr four We FkopreTiit four of the Larel Tailoring Concern! in America: J. W. Losso Tailoring Co., St. Louis. Marks Arnheim, New York. Rcinach Ullman & Co., Chicago. Murphy Bros., Chicago. i I i Each of the above firms have reachetl the nemo of perfection in the Tniloring Art, nnd those connections ( liable us to oHer you choice of the largest line of Suiting Novelties ever shown in the State at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. Qivo us the order for your Easter Suit. Wo will guarantee to please you with a neat stylish suit. Suits to Measure S12.00 to $10.0...

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 March 1897

THE BRYAN DAILY EA81X. Vol. II No. 09. BRYAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, 1807. Price, 5 eta If -1. f. . T 111.. mrn my .... Hepim to bo what .uoxt lirotile want tln'fc il.ty, whim in all rinht, wln-n y'ii t 1 1 nualiiy. Hut quulity ought to I tin- lir-t lon-'i'hiMliim when you arc Inning foiintliin.' t rat. We study tlm want ot . . . Our Cust"iiitT ami nlwny cii'lriivnr to k'ivp yii"fet Reliable Groceries m Reliable Prices. Good Flour and Good Tea and Good Co (Fee arc always worth what they cost. tCSWc arc headquarters. t EjD H-XjL, THE GROCER, v Qollijt Creamery gatter Always oa JUnd. FRANKLIN'S MARKET I the place for Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEATS of All Kinds. M.iikels art S( Itlll ullgl.ly futi'i tr.1 Polite Attention. W. T. dames Undertakers and l-arge, fin Bil l "ill f!'-'i''i fiiHi i ii.-.i, UJood and Cloth Csabata, 'lufli Car art for il.iMnn. lluri.il :!-, vw. ari'KOMTr ATIKNUON 10 AM. OKl'i.uS HAY OU NICIIT Tii.trtiis 112. Better than Ever. : : AT The Kamljr K...

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 March 1897

SCIENTIFIC COlLNEIt CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOV ERY AND INVENTION. Itiant Trm ef Mekaesa Cans by Ins tight af a rKarette Why Taovla Are Klsjht-llanaatt laord and Ulass Itaaear. LONDON dotor trll of a very in teresting cue o( mysterious e I c k nrst. a strange and unexplalnabl m It U real and cietreoslng. On morning a gentle- tuan ram to ae him not for the purpose of medical lontultatlon. but a friend to whom hi bid recently become greatly attach ed. Immediately upon reaching the doc (or'a room the gentleman turned very pale, and then became curiously agitat ed. Then he grew very sick, and nearly lalnted right away. The uaual restora tive were applied, but without much success, and he waa sent to bla borne in a conveyance a peedlly aa poasl t. Boa after bla arrival at home be rerovered. and waa quite himself Main. It then transplrtd that the smell of a Turkish cigarette being xmoked Invarlobly Induced the tymp tomi described, and the doctor remem bered that he waa enjoying a Turklih e!ga...

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 March 1897

FARM ; AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST AGRICULTURISTS. TO fa-le-date lllats Ahaal raltlva last of Ihe Soil and liable Thereof Hurtlealiare, t'lilcaliare an llori ewllara. NE of the notice-1 features of' a vineyard, parlleu larly In nild-sum-mrr and later, l tho tunjr folded leaves tha Interlori of whlrh have been ekeletonlxod. Toll 'a k. XV la especially evl- A dent With thick- ,4y4 Intrt vsrlctlee. tha Whitish "uuuer aurfnra contracting strongly with tha dark (reen ot tha upper. If tha leaf be un, folded It will be found to con tain a very active, wriggling, green ish larva, a little lesa than one Inch long, whloh la apt to iprlng out of tha fold and fall or hang by a thread. The leaf Itself will be found to be attached to the fuMed part by meana of numer ous little corda of el Ik. If the larva la full grown tha Interior of the leaf will be thoroughly skelctonlied, and anlli'd with accumulated excrements. The fold almost Invariably bring the upper aide of tha leaf together, the lar...

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 March 1897

Wl If 3000 Samples of Foreign and Domestic Woolens from which to select . . . nil fl fin IAffll Onni Ha3 just received a new stock of Kalamazoo c - A y in f V J IS Pickled Celery, Chopped Celery, Celery Salad; J 8 V It iili WlLOUlJ and Celery Mustard, the finest and most ap.; 44 pctizing coneiments ever manufactured. Fresh stock of Blue Label Canned Corn And complete stock of FreV. C decries of all kinds. errs -rx dSlll. 1 1 Jly Pu.iy luiit rroiin. mm wna aared f..M M-ik , f . ,.,ir.;!y , .' ri - of IT, ), S,r;rj (..... - f. rv.r(il.K I Mril. J. . W all Paper t I., vy lltotln r- ' i -tipp. ra mi.! iJPr; 'I . nanm In li nl evrrv ,,, n rar : j ... , " , "-r t -,' i . ,,f ,- r .. . ' '. . . . 1 . 'u iii v .v I, ! .1 J 1 i i t nl f -1 itii. , ..,,.1. u. '' - ., ',, 4.1. .. , u II M.,u... . We Kepnwnt four of tlm Lnrgibt Tailoring Cniiieriie in America: an, Alv'.n, T. i-. u l'K. t Mm. pinctnr leaportfully Invlira a Vil.v eufler Ui concha, m!ii an the la lira I" rail and are her beautiful...

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 March 1897

THE BRYAN DAILY EA QLE Vol. II No. 100. BRYAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY HORNING MARCH 27, 1807. Price, 5 ct3 Much for Little . . (Sceni to br wlmt iiiont pfojilc want tin-si- Jny, whicn iii all rilit. when you K' t ' ii:ility. Hut quality ought to ! tin? tir-t i'iiiiil.:ration when you nro iiiijinK mim thin' to int. We tudy the want ol . . . Our CubUmicr ami always eiitliiivor to ive you" Reliable Groceries M Reliable Prices. Good Flour and Good Tea and Good Cofl'cc arc always worth what they eost. CLiVc arc headquarters. THE GROCER.' (olltji n.ruery gutter lwiys oa Jiaol FRANKLIN'S MARKET If tli place for Choice Steaks, Roasts, and FRESH MEATS of All Kinds. Maikrts are S Hill'. V:i) ai d Thor oughly prutcrlexl ft jiii Hii i. Polito Attention. W. T. James Undertakers and ( i C ; ; . 3 Larf. fine anl well f t.-l Mo.k'i lutli UJood and Cloth Caskats, luoi IVkcts for t liil'lrrn, Iiuri tl rln , rto. lyrrKOMIT AITKNUKN TO A 1.1. oi;lu:i; DAY OK NK51IT Tri.ri'iionk 112. Better than Ever. : : AT- ...

Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
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