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E BRYAN DAILY
Vol. I No. 15 BRYAN, TEXAS, THUFwSDAY DECEMBER 19, 1895. Price, 5 c Y Y 1 ED HALL r.DITOItUL I'AICAOltAl'IlH Still leads in irood tilings to cat. Xook over this list, ring up 1MI()TK 2 J and' If I li.ivcii'i got uli.it vmi want, 1 wilt get it. liuy CiLOHV in- V1 HTJC CHCSS Flour. AhiionU Aiilfi Aspa'aua fociiniiut .Hi-.li Cull li l.Hf'l Milk II. .kin.- I'ow.h-r ri iiiimI I'smia Ilir I , Itluitiir VUi km; l'f'iom Itrnh Jlnrlft a iiin k:,c4t lilllllT ("nl'lriif . C.lv n, ,.. ('utmip Celery 4 III H' Cliiliiiiv CIllMt l.llf "i I ton ( Iiji' I. inn Cllllllt I'iik ('(CO I I -r ii Mnrrli Corn, tl lie f .'r.n kera Cr.iiilifiru-it Cir.iiu Tartar Cm lantn 1' it. -a l;ll-. IWf I'm-1 KinilH I.V- tracts. I. moil Vmolla Sirw In'rry A t 1 hiti acta III. Vlunr I ii Ik iiif (imH M 1 1 111 . i 11 v Jelliea kra it In .1 ln.iili" Uil ti li l.ve Mk amni NUi'kcn-l Matl-hea l !l- Svnii M.m-c Meal Mil I IM'K M a arl Nulu ( latin, ul hi lli.r Oil lliiiu ( InlnliK l .rr I Via l'. I tin : rk I'uta'.iM a l'n ..i v. lirul.mn I Ic in p, ,,... Grandpa l Wonder Soap Kamin ItilO I toll. . I Data Salmon fait S.tr-1 1 SHta Spices AHapice Cuin Hii. ii CIom a (lin.i r Ma NlltllH l Sa.'n if Swt Cm n Syr.ip T.i).a Te.i Too lipid I '1 ur'upa Trp- iTiiiirt-lii W antilioarl DrieJ Fruit t Apple Ciirrauta I'.-a. lie a I'rum Canned GoodS Aapariinua ( licrrii'a Crnel ftef Corn (iripi I.nhteia Mackerel Oyster IVaelien I'lneii ppl 1'iiiii.a Itaaplierile N 1 1 1 1 : 1 II Surlinra Miawherrie Lima ltean Tuiiial.K Ft. taiuis in not to be outdone by New York in international matrimonial magnificence. The daughter of Adolphu Ilusch, thu millionaire brewer, wae married on Monday lo IlerrPaul von Gon turd of Germany, ami it h esti mated the. wedding arrangement., alone cont Mr. Buseh a cool flOO, (XJO. But lie didn't mind that for the people will aix.n give it back to him by ioiular subscription in nicklcs and dim en at the beer sa loons nf the country. TliMiik. Illll. We have received the fifth iium bet ot the Daily Kaci.e, published at Bryan. We believe the new venture will prove a success. Mttdinuiivilln Meteor. One exchange says 8XK) chris tians have been publicly praying for Bob Ingersoll, while another says, when last heard from the great ' infiJel" was "atill walking around the Almighty with a chip on bis shoulder." The press and the preacher have mado Ingertoll what he in. They have fanned tne little flickering ll.ime of his unbelief until it hai attracted gen eral attention. If both press and pulpit would let up on Ingereoll hi name woulJ soon be forgotten by the nuaea. But om preach era imagine they haven't rot on the armor of the Lord until they take a tilt at Ingerajll. Virginia haa a new law under which members of community in which a lynching occur are taxed 20 out per capita. "It i-. tint wli.it vvi- ic:i'l, 1'iit what we rciiu'tnlicr th;it tuaki s us vie." JJ()N"I' l''()H(I VYV "l"'.v J'Hirlir.M.crii. from B3D tt&JLJZ-,- A Mammoth Stock And an Endless Variety of All Kinds of l'-iiuht ln-:ij .i-r ii nd Sd 1 at I.oacr l'ri. c than over U-fore. Yon :irc i ii i. I to call and inMvt nlir U'.IUtiftil line nf DOLLS and TOYS t)i" i rr ili-cilji'.ioii. Wr aill in;ik it to your intcn-rt. Your Special Attention is called to our The very thing for a Present for your littlo BOYS and GIRLS. SANTA CLAUS- ' w ith 'i-. and ;l i a pleaf un for u to clio.v him to you and t!.c -. I '.'m'i t' iri-t I am lb a hjiiart'TK for Holiday (iMU ui Aii 'un.i-, .in I "In n miii Mart out to buy your v'hri-tiua I'n-i nt-, don't forgi-t to call on Follow the (Jrowd. THE CROWDS The Rich people, the Poor people; all GO TO NORRELL'S this week. They go because that is the "onliest" place in town to go For Presents, Toys, etc., Where you can be sure of suiting any taste, the most fastidious, any purse, the poorest. He has Everything, from Fine Cut Gla s. China, Rich Al bums, and splendid Gifts of exten sive variety and range, to the sim plest and cheapest toys. You are invited to i CHOWD to Noprell's. cv3 III ilssuoll. Christmas Gifts -at- J i i mm (Successors to Leo & Wilson) W' i;ivi tin' larr-t stmik if tlio And all kinds of Holiday Goods, in Bryan. Al.-n tlio Fitirt A.-MirttiU'tit of Candies, Cukes, Fruits, Nuts, Tobaccos and Ciirars. A DOCTOI AXD BII KEAV f ATIIIT. A Middlenbori uph doctor tclla how be once frightened ne of hi patient, a man who w.n unfavor ably known a a wealthy skinflint, lnaobnt and overbearing withal, and a notoriously bad payer. On one of hi viila lo the aurgery the doctor ordered the patiant to be chown in, and ofTered him a chair in f tii h a position aa to be in full view of a k detott rtanding in one corner of the rininj. "Ah!" exclaimed the patient, omewhal acarrd, "a sktleton!" 'Yea, ir," replied the doctor ; "it is ttiut of one of my occanionul patieiilK. lie never wruld ay hi fee, and io I wai compelled to aue the relatives for hi boneg." "1 will ctep in nain prently. iiiititinga, lexaa, arlilom cornea to the front in great ahape except her fame it dangling from tin hangman's nooae. Ocar llannc gan, the murderer of Martha Bndley, wa hung there on the 17th, and the people hadn't had such a good time U-fore aince Bill a ixnciey was nung. iMcar waa baptized on the day of his execu tton and aaid cn the acaffold, "I'm glad that I'm going home to glo ry." lie and Bill are probably room matea now. Theiimple Time boldly claim the credit for having firat con ceived and brought forth the idea of an educational column a now j run in many papera in the Ute. The Time might have gone further EAfJLE VS. LION. The concurrence of opinion on the VenezeuU boundary dispute aeem to be that war between the United States and England ia Im probable, and that the roitter can be settled with honor to all parties without reaort to extreme meas ures. The American people, offi cials and private citizen, and the prens of the country, are unani mous in commending the course of the president, while the KnglUh prea and people are equally en thuxiaatic in their support of Lord fcalisbuy, One English paper calls it ":t election dodge," while the St. Jameii says : "Cleveland's language in the raouth of European diplomate would mean the instant mobilization of armies. It is rather too lute or too soon to say 'hands cfT to the empire which includes not only British Guiana and Jamsca, but Canada. The pretensions of President Cleveland and Secretary Olney are so exaggerated and the lan guage so offem-ive that one could not be turprieed if there was a similar explosion of violence here. But Lord Salisbury haa kept his temper in this unpleasant corres pondence, and the nation will do likewise until the time comes when we shall do weU to be angry, and that time may come. We are all anxious to give the American government no opportnnity of forcing it." The whole English press either ridicules or resents the message. The French newspapers declare a war between the two great English speaking nations would be a great cr'nic. and regards it as improba ble, nhile a Mexican paper fears war might result in the loss of prestige in the world now enjoyed by English speaking people. The Herman people aecrti to look at the matter complacently and regard war as improbable. Coming home to Texas, the officials over at Austin unanimously endorse the message and Generals Oppenhei mer and Mabry say : "We fully endorse the message and we prom ise 100,0110 fighting men in ten dsvs." In the event of war, England would enter the contest with the bett navy in the world; beyond that she enjoys no advantage whatever. Canada would imme diately (all a prey to this country, and the ultimate end would no doubt be a complete victory for the Americans. The English have very little to gain, and everything 11 her territorial possessions and province to lose, if the jieo-J pie so please to take advantage of their mistress. On the other band, it would not be a war of conquest, but of defense, on the part of the United States, and would enlist the sympathy of the enemies of England In all parts of the world. Cong ess has eppmteJ 1100,000 for the Venezuelan commission, suggested by the president, and Senator Chaudler has introduced a bill to add immediately to the mil itary armament of the United States 1,000,000 infantry rifles, 1000 guns for field artillery, and not exceeding 5000 heavy guns for fortifications. Senator Chandler is the wildest jingo in this corn try- XV. W, Mike, irent, has a new a!ok of confection", fruit, nut a. cik'i and tobacco, torn, fireworks, etc., to lbs ZennaMi b'.jck. (lire hi in a mil. Two PoiofeK One above one below. Both Pointing as hard as they can to The Center of attraction to buyers of Groceries, JOHN B. MIKE1 HERE ! HERE! I haven't bought this space to talk foolii-hnc in. I have Somethm Good morning, doctor!" gasped : and claimed to be the founder of T PT? X- TVT1?WT-ATvTT. JJUU IXj 11U II U 1111 17. xchang Hotel block, Bryan. the patient, and hastily retired. Next iiiomir.g the dot tor received payment in full of his long Mantl ing account. London Weekly Tel- I.eadville, Colorado, is building an immense and magnificent ice palace which will be opeusd Jan uary 1st. the present system of education in all its ramifications. It isn't cheap silver that ena bles the Orientals to compete against American manufacturers it ia greatly depreciated manhood in the eastern empires. Houston Found. A t'unrh of keys on the lalWul ttack oppoaile Tarkcr'a ar !i'uae, atrunj on Mnall chain, villi II. A T.C. railway way check No. 1072 . Owner ran bare name br calling at this t.ffice arnl jut int; lor this notice. g Special! U) say. You know it i said that I ha brought prices way down tl season on Groceries. My coi jietitors admit it. Now tl. claim that they arc selling cheap as I am. THEY DON'T! THEY CAN'T! I've got them on several thin Ijtrge purchases i one ite Think alout a CM LOAD i APPLES, for instance 1 Now it's your own fau't if you not catch on. J. B. MIKE Holiday Iluyera Will fin. 1 a nice line of diamond, gold watches, rinitsol every descrip tion, gold and silver thimbles, I -vk bracelet and sterling silver novrltiea, at surpriaingty low price for this week, at dlw Jouk M. Cudwiu, Agent.