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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan daily eagle. — 19 September 1896

i iTTvG euro I51spls-3rln.g. ' .V l.oi.iitiltil Variety of I...VII I C'AltO CAKKS AND 1MTHHKH, Hair llrimlioM. Tooth IfryahoM, Tollrt Article mill I'Mno Lnniit. I ' f 1 V nro ll-:ul.u:irtcrs for lv J r.i.l.- ami o.'L-r von only the heft pm.' ami assure you of j.olite atil our- toons attention. 111 ,.: .. Mini. m Shirt wh eli i . ii l'..t' in-" are c:;i iu-ivr, ' .' P.-iTFiriT NECKBAND -t w ariii hliirl in A inerira. SAJVI 8. OlIliSOH & CO. Work of a Japanese Doctor In Cuba. , v k ti 1 1-: i:xc.,u -! V 1 ACS KXC V I'"l r.-i -v. . V"'l iiry -I" WIND, RAIN AND HAIL. It tKwl Ureal IMiuaiia t llaae ud ri' In lvnn ItaiOa. 1 mi. ui i ruiA. S.t. i" -TI;o itnrm , tf wind, hull nmi run wliirh pawed river tho extern Jmrtu n of the Mute 1 la-l tii-v.t wim inure (.overt) than at WEST TO STUDY YtLLOT rEVEB..nf rt ,,.,..,,.. .. ( llUiuiinR tr..... upfrnfri), aniuc tn'inif totally rnr.'il Now It 1r.r.i.Irea Hi tVaa 'I It. rm l. . ' . ..... . , . nmi timn.nmU i'f windnwpni.ea unit I'lan . Mrul 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. — 20 September 1896

THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE. Vol. I No. 252. CONGRESSMAN JOE BAILEY Ki rjaaed his iJ- very wrll on Hie Silver tion in hi ili at Bryan lust Tuf day the Hth. BRYAN, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20. 1886. Price, G ct3 , .u )1) Young Firmer Held Up Near Caddo Mills. HE PUTS THE THIEF TO niGHT. CROWDS AGAIN AT IsrtplU Ilia Ksin Tlir Turn ! !? f I'laeaa. CANTON. ress C0aStMA BAfLir. Bailey's appearance 1iovh thnt he is a well ffl man (no illusion to tho pie counter). If lie lived in Hryan he would buy groceries exclusively from ED. HALL. Then lie wouM always have Till BEST. The lx-nt at Hall' cost you no more than inferior good elsewhere. John M. Lawrence S uo. unl all kmdof mineral water Agent for Anhenser-Miisi h Beer. Wholesale and R tail .lealcr.jn ICE. delivered Regularly to any part of the City, t hone DUNN & DALY. in catering to fine liquors Have no sLpcriors those who love served in first-class style. Their nlaftfi is the resort of eonnois scuts who know a when thev see it best ...

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. — 20 September 1896

niHil) CAPTIVE BY ICE. THRILLINQ tXPEFtlCNCE CAPTAIN AND CHEW. OP IS e. JiyJl mm- fka tails TV era Fraiaa Onlli After tarty Days lasprliaaraanl mid llaarts laer af lulag Irnlifd la rieeee the Vassal Keerhas It Vast I- lit? V.rU Flnnrlna unn lha C' . -. V' t,.i.n,l ii f the krvo- lit fleet from Greenland, arrived v. at Philadelphia the vfrt) other day. bringing to a close tlie uiurit memorable and -f?:; J i" thrilling voyage i"-v,r wl,Bln ,hc .i-Ca,- recollection of her Bid skipper, who hss spent almost lifetime In the Arctic region. This teasel less fortunate than her sister ihlp, the Iodine, which reached I'hlla ielphia on Siinilay, and was, for a period of thirty day, hold captive In tremendous Ice flaes which arc swiftly sweeping aoiiibward from Iho northern reglont. Those forty days of Impris onment were time of niost Intense anxiety for Captain Jansen and hit crew. They knew cot at what moment their tend would te crushed tc alotui and nothing would then have been left for them ...

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. — 20 September 1896

CHILDREN'S CORNER. TIMELY TOPICS FOR OUR BOYS AND CIRL9. la Mulberry TtM ( rata rrta KanhuaaaM Horn or n .,fi i,. tall.n.d -.al ar Ik Uarld later. aiU la II.... - 3 r I ft far-vsi! MICHES a little nv iliU" lives In the i ... ..ii... i u i u v r r j tret In tlie very tip tup, tip tup; And liU mother U holding lit r Hprotl, fr Im May drop when Ih 11 iiiullnr rice drop limp drop Krom the very tip-top! lri)p when the mulberries drop! (Vhy does hp live In the top o the tree That's what the bo) s want to know I'.uth u dur little, queer little fellow a h, 'Way up whPr the mulherrlr grow! I imp drop From the very tip-top! Ob, won't he romp down when tbt mulberries drop! One ha wan linmo with hi mother and all, A good ai Die boys pvpr be, lint hp rouldn't Juat wall for the ber ries to fan, Bo thp wind blew him Into the tree! Drop-drop From thp very tip-top! Oh, won't hp com down when tba mulberries drop! And thp birds built a noil, and they Mil li I in away, And that'R by hi rtnyi In the tr-...

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. — 20 September 1896

Some People JLJL . placo their orders for CLOTHING with TrarcMr.;; men, thereby sending 1113:137 away from homo and plac ing their business in tho hands of entire strang-ors, who do not appreciate it. ' - Ycur Suit may como just as you order it, and it may not. At any event you aro compelled to accept it, especially if you 11 have paid a deposit. In riaciiin your Order with lTs vou run i.iiM.. We u.ir.iii. e u perfect fit aiul cntiri sat- ly 2,000 SAMPLES OF FOREIGX AND C0VEST1C WCQLEhS. Our extrnive urn- ih-( lions ii a !.ir" t.iii'irinj? hniie, unl mtr pnn-tii-al expo. iiemo in tin- M reliant Tailnrinjr luisine enable im to five yn'ir opI t t! " it 1 1 n whi -li is ivvc-;iry tu iimire a pan! ill uu.I jn-riVri Miti.-l'.tctiiiii. A:i injM- lion of ur liin-le furi-'iiri'li:iinj will save you fro:u .! UJ t .Y(.il mi everv suit. PARKS & WALDEOP, mkn's outfittkhs. "7"c cxro IDIsplcx3rIm.g A Wniilliiil Variety of J.tfSlV.H CAltl) CAMKW A!S'L l'UIINKN, I lull UriiMlifM, Tooth llrnMlif...

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. — 22 September 1896

X THE BRYAN DAILY EA SLE Vol. I No. 25 3. CONGRESSMAN JOE BAILEY KxjT'ifil lii idea very w on tin Silver iiie tini in HMM-rh nt r.iymi l;it Tin -dav tii Mli. BRYAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1890. Price, 5 ct3 mvuv u AND BLOODSHED. Colorado Strikers Resort Extreme Measures. to ATTACKED TWO MINES. militia company, quartered across tb i ttreet frum the Aaacc.ated I'rea office, allusion lo k In- r wuiiltl liuy grove miov, t-Ullll1 " III- ! CH X ' I II I ' I V Iv f I Ci)CUS-MA BAtLKT. :l V,l !! III. Ml ( ll) in i;,vn n lie The Coronado la Ashes, bat Emssrtt Was Saved. the the Einmett. There ww otif lOOahott punctuate tho din at irregular la fired, but a telcphon" iii":i.e from the 1 tcrva. Uiiiio later atated the aack wan re. ! Cititent hare pint tothescens with puls-d and no lives are known to have ' whatever armt they can gather, and a bn-n loat and no damage to protH-rty re. suited. 1 The ttnke began cn June ID, and then-fore entered upon it fourth month 1 yesterday. It p...

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. — 22 September 1896

LAY DEAD IN A POOL. BETTY DELIA HUTCHINSON WAS CRUELLY MUIIDERED. Stallaa4 that He Spirited IIM Af aaa lhaa Killed Mar that II Might 1114 Aaathar trttae raaarf hf a IHooa-tioaaa. CHIME that will (a down In tho his tory of Allen coun ty. Kunraa, one of the Mont brutal and atrocloun ever Itk recommitted within I 4 v her Girders ,h8 C---VVt murder of Miss 3,MIelU Hutchinson. ""X" which took U-e presumably on Ibe Bight of July I. Jamb Huge, a young farmer living near Humboldt, la under arrest charged with the murder, -nd the jail at loin, where lie la confined, la guarded night and duy by armcl deputies to prevent a lynching. The a'.ory of the tragedy la complete, mve the part that ran only be supplied iy the one who took the life of the girl. Kogera steadfastly maintain his In nocence, but a chain of circumstance connect! him with the crime. Delia Hutchinson waa the 17-year-old daughter of Joseph Ilutrhlnaon, a carpenter and house-mover of Hum boldt Several yeara ago his wife died, and...

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. — 22 September 1896

Sr.. THE TOILKKS' CORNER FACTS ANOOPINION9 FOR THE WEALTH. MAKERS. TfMHl lloaae Cigar Making I New lark la-B.eralloi la llrul Mrllala Oar iNitwi ( Maxim lulua fares MH Ip karnsa. T'S mighty f:ielna tlu' li-r rlee up In public view, Au' toll this glor loui nallun all the things It or ter do; Tt-r scale IhehlghU of oratory fur ti ycii kin climb. An' bear jer voire a' cell Dili' do II the- corridor of time. 0m Tho lov of money la a besetting tig of Ilia American people which nubju SMti'H .111 (ho joy of life tu It H nefarious. eni!. Tli beginning of nation I ! wnye characterized by poverty ; poverty stimulates hurdluesi; hardiness create Industry; Industry lead to wealth; nealth produces luxury; anil from this cup flow (he puUonous dregs which stagnate, human ambition, and throws lt helpless victims Into a corrupt, de rumporeij mass of Imbecility. Such If Vie liUtorlc record of all ago. Shall if lio the history of ours? . lint them romi' sad reaction, a:.' eoh feelln's lone their charm...

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. — 22 September 1896

A 1 llT 6 place their orders for CLOTHING with Traveling; men, thereby sending money, away from home and plac ing their business in the hands of entire strangers, who do not appreciate it. Your Suit may come just as you order it, and it may not. At any event you are compelled to accept it, especially if you have paid a deposit. In Placing jour Order with Us you run no rii-k. We guarantee perfect fit and entire Kit iafaction. Our assortment eoiiirien nearly 2,000 SAMPLES OF FOREIGN MUD DOMESTIC WOOLEHS. Our cxtenaive con . ' notiona w ith lurpe tailoring house, nml our nactiiil exe . Hence in the Merchant Tailoring luincM enable us to give your orW tin attention which i necex-ury to itmire a good fit and perfect ;itif.ietion. An inicction of our line before urciiaing will cave you ' from 3.00 to t".00 on every unit. PARKS & WALDROP, MKN'S OUTKITTKHS. T77"c cure A lomitllnl Vnrlct.v of LADIIOH CAltl) CAHIOH AND 1MJIIHKW, Hull IlniMlM'M, Tooth Ilrimln'M, Tollot Artl'le nml l'"Ino 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. — 23 September 1896

n0ATvT FN A IT R 1 I 1L, Of Y Al 1 LAIL Y LflOLL Vol. I Nc. 254. COXUllKSSMAX JOE BAILEY Y.x t ssril hi iiloim very 1 on tlic Silver W. limi in lit jtcotli nt I'.rynii lu.-t Tin tUy tlic Mh. BRYAN, TEXAS, WEDNEY MORNING SEPTEMBER 23. 1893. Price, 5 cts " j f f 'V.N i Hailcy' upi(nran e i-lmw ( nut li- i- ri c! I illusion to the i'n' roliiiHi ). If Ii" lici wouM buy griH'PiifK exclusively f mil 1 V comw A run xr. cl in. in i no in l;-v;ui lie ED. HALL Tin n In wmiM al why Imvr 1111! HI' IIu'l i ci if I n YiiU no 1 1 . r I!, i.i i I 'X JoLn M. I&vre&ce S Co. r. ti. 1. 1 a i Mai. a m1u, I X ' k ..I -1 ill of II Aent f .r Anhi user-Htisch Ilcrr I,., em e mi I II ui iIimIi. delivered lt-V"llrly l uliy r of ln. CI... I ln i , f- IZIT, 'ht1 aer. K i:. i. DUNN & DALaY. in calnim: to line 1 1 1 1 1 rs Have no superiors those who love served in first-class .t vh. Tlirir place is the roort of connois seurs who know a i:oh1 thini; when they see it It is t!u best in liryan. Chas. PUN...

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 September 1896

Tir.YAX, TF.XA8 Although truth li mighty and all o? that. It cannot travel half as fast ini error. The world li too apt to Inquire whether man's faults ought not to be charged to his wife. Things that are simply sbsrp when practiced by our friend become knav ish when adopted by an opponent. The man who can utter a sentence that people will remember Is grester than he who can only deliver an oration. Numerous foot bill teams are already going Into training and barbers aro laying away their scissors In tissue pa tter and sachets. A brass band tournament was given at Oconomowor, Wis., the other day. and one of the audience went home at Its conclusion and shot himself. Nc wonder. A California man named George W, Trasdale has made a remarkable be quest In his will. He leaves li.ono to be deposited In a bank, the Interest of which shall be spent yearly for candy for school children. In return tor which he requests his little beneficiaries to see to It that his grave shsll never be disturb...

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 September 1896

Fr. f'nnsrn CM nn' P.rrt t noith folu, but u l.' ):t en ! '.,oi t It. Cooil pi :ilrl" Iny In he n; mid In tome purl jf Knsi'.i.-. lur ii n im. Kitiilry l:a.i n i'.nm irrtnrd that nets him ;r',0i)i a tu. It's a plum puildtu', r.-ry hiIhtw iii-iii ini in -i-t txho is III If "lllilo ) - In l'i-r iir .1-1 IioiiL. It Is dlrappolntlng to find that fhe hronlrli-M of th Wlilinry-Vanil.-rbilt wedding; neglected to tut a n.illlury lui in from tho iliiohrFi of Marlbo rough' dlnninnda on it A BROKEN CI1A1N. Tha fir Mt Ontonagon, Mich., go l Ion way to controvert thoWi aclen tlflc observer who have been hujtard tnic the opinion that the Diamond Match company was too grecr to burn. XiWHM awiY-a Va-aa'alii, 11 U-TrTHW V' An tingallant Knuth Dakota consta bin tried to arrest a conplf of bloomer ,-rla t ho otbi-r day on the ground that their costume were lmmo:leit. The pliyslrlnna today have bop that ht may recover. Cnnv. ntlmia have liw ii ao nnmcrou (hi (i-.utTiif r that pretty marly every iMng ou...

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 September 1896

Some People. placo their orders for CLOTHING with Travel ng men, thereby sending money away from home and plac ing their business in the hands of entiro strangers, who do not appreciate it. Your Suit may como just as you order it, and it may not. At any event you are compelled to accept it, especially if you have paid a deposit. In Placin? your Onler with Us you run no i ik. We guarantee u iicrfuct fit nnd entire cut , iffuctioi). Our ns.-ortniciit coniiri.en wax)' 2,000 SAMPLES OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS. Our extrusive em,, nectioim wi'ii hit no tailoring houses, nnd our pinoticiil expo, rience in t!ie Merchant Tailoring business enable uh to give your oid-.T the attention which is necessary to insure a pood lit nnd perfect satisfaction. An insition of our lino before nun-hnsing w ill nave you from 13.00 to IVOO on every miit. PAEKS & WALDROP, MKX'S OUTllTTKHS. 4 lit tnlrd at lh rwtuSc al Brvso. Teiaa. u Second Class mall milter. BY CONNELLY, PALMIRA CAHNKB. MtLtnLM CiRKM ...

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 September 1896

THE BRYAN DAILY Vol. I No. 256. BRYAN, TEXAS, THURBDA .MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24. 1800. Price, 6 cts iCONUHESSMAX JOE BAILEY Ex r weed his idea very well on the Silver ti.. lion In hi t li at Bryan la-t Tw- day the 8th. coxiuanaUa' Biitir. Bailey' appearance liou tint li i-a well fed man (no alliiKH.n to the pif rounter). If h-- live! in Bryan he would buy promies ejuhi-ively f.oiu ' 1 DEMAND YET MADE Democrats Not Asked to With draw Mr. Sewall. ED. 1UTUI 8AT8 IT 13 II H.B0L In pttinR ini.1- the liii'uMntf had their i'lutl iiiK nlinmt to r from them. Many cawx'f vit rf or 1mi evere Injury were reported, cine man with a broken arm bain tak.tn tu tint hmpital. Hundred HALL Then he would alwav have Til K BF.ST HallV mat vou no more tliiM iiifciW nl The Wt at el-ewhere. MllH.kTOCSltO, Skitter, nd a I ki nl of mineral aair. Akatktf f-r Anhmaer -Btiaih Beer W and u" dealer m- ICE. Ice delivered Kegiilarly toj p.n ol thef iy. I !'"' a ItaelUe to a Wkal Baa aa Dm e Might He Dm, bat la- Thai Mr....

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 September 1896

Base ball gossip. SAYINGS AND DOINCS UN AND OFF THE DIAMOND. w Yeaag Mayer Arm lalllacad ! he rietaasteval Claba Thl llaats Cellag Hailaa Chirac! UrMI I till. XJ ruyer Kate mt the DUanl JUVENILE biill tosteer U prey for all lb other nic-uiber of the learn and they have , 1 1 Jl unlimited fuu with k I A re number of lh young play er wlin break Into tli league come with the Idea ttiut the older fellows necessarily know a 11 eat deal more about the game than they do, and they arc ouly too willlua to do anything that may be told them. The remit It that the old-llruer make monkey of them. Most of the trick played are In the line of training. The youngtr naturally ana to know what to do to get Into good condition, and there If where tho veteran geta Ma chance to Jump on the poor novlre and break till rlba. When Jlga Par rott Joined the Chicago team he wa told that he was too alow and that he mut Increase hla running power. How wa he to do this? Why. easily enough. Jnet put on seven heavy ...

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 September 1896

JO II N T V L KflS C A 1 i i: EK FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT TO COME PRESIDENT. DC- Tlae.ta.ae Tjltr. Tm-The tirli lag faiaavlga Thai f.ilt.wal ih Naaala.ilaa el ileaaral YVUIIaia ll.urf al.riUaa aad Joha Tvlar. .1 pedal Letter) NI.Y two pr.-i.l- V- ill at a of llii" I ii. I, I S!ui a have li en in a hi- ii ri Tfil Iti Aunt ' Wanhlucion a .id T.l... VI' ..mi. in. .i . I In the lulii't of Jny and an bm.i'lon ii nil Tylrr In a: Mil (uutriiHt, unili r the iiliuilow t-aiiK-'il l y the death of tin' ill hem ul I .ppecanoe. Joint Tyler . tt the flr-t vice pre I-di-nt In the history of our cuuutry v!ij tccanie president, lie wn a man oi strong convictions, mil though charge.) by hi enemies I'll lack of frnk:ifis.-i. was outrpokeu In lilt political opluloni'.. When the vote of the (ore bill tnic place In the rcnat hi was the jt.l) vote recorded against it. and ho run Istmtly opi.e rd the Mleaoiirl comp: mlse ai at a time hen most eoiithc men dicland lu II favor. lilt favorite maxim In III' an "Pea...

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 September 1896

Some People. T?7"c cure IDIoplct37-l2nLg ) . : . : r. : place their orders lor CLOTHING with Traveling men. tlicreby sending m 2:137 aw.;y irom lnaw and plac ing their business in the hands of cntiro etrangcrs, who do not appreciate it. "Your Suit may como just as you order it, and it may not. At any event you arc compelled to accept it. especially if you havo paid a depend. a iMMiuiii..! viii-i.iv nn,Ain wi;i casus am) im iisi:s. I I m i i- lli-iix.li.--. To. ir.nx.l.. Toil.! Artii-l.-w mxl Ii" I-ml )R. T. II. HAIRSTON, ii.- i e b n "I TT i I of I" i'ui:r- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention ivon to ltc-etal and Ocn- ito Urinal Discuses. I'il.KS Oil IIKMOliUlntll'S. I ITl l.., Hsl l;i:, CUTi: ATKINS KTC rvrrm rrlll.CAM X CCS i ... V. . r..A '.rr .: 251-1 IYI VJL 1 LAJJ1 VX We Ili.Mre.in.Mi .i ii.p knit . i.ii.aii ;i . Ai;i,(inr nr.l oll.i-r rni. 1 1 I . !l i ;,: , li I,. t I tl.it . I i I i-f.n-'i i . linr nx.-nrtiii'-nt 'tut'i, '- i cr mtic.'f no i cm tic .vol less. ... .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. — 25 September 1896

X THE BRYAN DAILY EA Vol. I No. 250. BRYAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 25, 1890. Price, 5 ct3 WIS! 7 WORDS Tariff May Yet Figure the National Election. In Don't be led astrav By Great Bargains for one day. We are the Leaders when it comes to GOOD Groceries, BETTER Groceries, FINE Groceries. DON T lot anybody Fool you BUCH LITER ATCEE ASKED TOE. pl'trip'ii, rf.d tla i al iul Forty . i !i jHiuiir iii o j.- trniii for I '! i ie t. ! t A I t'.i r ui 1 ii v.'.i d f r and hi party at into buying a sack of Flour that is as good as (;L()HY"-they haven't got it. ED HALL X THE GROCKR. ..... John M. Lawrence k Go, ?. and 'l kind, of mineral iter. Akentl t-t Anhroaer-Bnsch Beer. Wlio'e' nd Il Uil leerer.jii ICI. Ic delivered Regularly to any pr 01 me i.ny. i nunr .n. Have no superiors in catering to those who love line liquors served in first-class style. Their nlacc is the resort of connois seurs who know a when thev see it best in Hryan. DUNN & DALY. thing It is the trood ( Chas. VES...

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 September 1896

SCIENTIFIC CO UN Kit. CUBRtNT NOTTS OF DISCOV ERY AND INVENTION. Mmla rhntoiraalis aa ! mat ir-u with ao.o nwii- Rnltd UUu-Taaperlag Uni-Kai If alas af Irtanee. O put photograph on glass take (our ounce of gelatin and aoak (or bait an bour In alxt"n ounces ot water; put the Jar Into large dish of warm water and dissolve tUp gelatin. When dissolved, pour tulo a shallow tray. Hare your prlntt rolled on a roller, al bumen aid out; take the print by Iho cornera and paaa rapidly through the felulln. taking great rare to avoid air bubble Hsng up with clip to dry; wheu dry. squeeze carefully on to the Rla. The belter the quality of the liner the effect former being by the mlrroecupe. which shows the nbariice of tho sparkling par ticles of the brukrn stun from which the real ultramarine la never free. Kaosavlag rrerklea. LMger reader asks the best way to remove freckle. Answer: Vtti kles are a growth In Uie akin which la stimu lated by a great amount of light and txponire to out-of-door air...

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 September 1896

V A LOXQ l'ATIENCK M ;S.' V-X RjfAklik' J' -i Hon iikI Inn a rA, 4 0 Tidy women 11KHE had been quite a little crowd to see the old worn an off. The train pulled up In the middle uf the fields, a It seemed, (or n- waa no ala lia r- platform. ought by rllit to be hileh! an hfarty ln' on )oiir hau.l.t like that?" Slut epul.e aa If her own trouble was only a 1 1 tr I) t ono hy comparison, hhe shook her littl-j old white head and went on: "There was a little girl, too, s'ood by nnd mill nothln' at all at all. Maybe you wa aft her tafcln' noto nf her Il:t! Kuty Connolly, a brun u-halre4 little girl Kid a palu fato uinl Mil llpt. Kho's alone In the 'oil. I. an' thr villain th act Imt In art o:i l ft In r for a r.lrl with wld two rows to licr fortune. Now little aliiiwl alioul l tin re' I run hie to bp givli.' awity every- tlii'lr houliliTS, little girls carry Ing ba ble, with a air I in of elder chlldieii at their heel, had congregated for the tend-off. For the liilnute or two wn stayed ti...

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