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THE
BRYAN DAILY EAGLE.
Vol. I No. 21
BRYAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER 26, 1805.
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EDITORIAL PARAGRAPH.
Still leads in good things to eat.
Look over this list, ring up PHONE 23 and
If I Imveu't Rt what you want, I will gt it.
Uu y GLOHY or AVI I1T1S CROSS Flour.
AlinonJi
Apples
Apilcota
Aiar(ut
Oocnanut
Codllau
Collie
Cond.-n!
Milk
Buklim Powder Ooriimeal
Pne
Birl Feed
Bluing
BUiV'ug
Hrxim
Bru-h
Buckete
Buckwheat
Butter
Oatibag
Candy
Candle
Catsup
Celery
Chee
Chimney
Chocolate
Citron
Clothes l.ir.o
Clothe I'm
Cocoa
Corn March
Cornell Bet
Crackers
Cranlierriea
Cream Tartar
Currant
IHt.'
Dried IWf
Dried rrulta
Eltracft.
Imon
Vanilla
Hra berry
Assorted
Ki tract
Fig
hi-1.
Vlimr
Oelaiine
Grapes
Iloinior
Jrlliea
Kraut
I .aid
tamon
l.o haters
I.va
Macaroni
Mackerel
Matches
Ms pie Syrup
Mini-a Meat
Mollanes
Mnatard
Nuta
Oatmeal
Oil
Olive Oil
Olivia
Oniona
Oysters
I'MI
Pickles
I'-rk
Potatoes
lYeaerveS
Srandpa'i Wondtr Soap
(ralmin Hour runp
Ilaimnt
Hire
Killed OaU
Haga
Salmon
Halt
Kardilies
Hoda
Spku
Allapic
Cinnamon
Clovee
Ginger
Mac
Nutmegs
Pep pa
fago
Sugar
Haeet Corn
Hrrnp
Tapioca
Tea
Tnothpick
Tr-
Vermicelli
Wash board
Or'ni FruHt
A pplra
Curranta
Peaches
I'riint-a
Canntd GoodS
Asparagus
Cherries
Corned Beef
('ore
(i in pre
I O Inter
Mackerel
Oyatera
Peaches
Pineapple
riuma
Kaspberr
Kitlinon
Hardinea If
Hrawlwr
Lima Ita
Tomatoes
He in t poor democrat indeed,
hard) worth the name, who Iomi
all heart and faith, and courage,
because hia part? ha met defeat
at the polls. Not of euch men has
the uqterriflod democracy heen
made from the days of Jeffenon,
Jackson and Tilden down to our
own. The whole history of the
democratic party, not only at
large, but but in every state in the
union, has been that of courageous
and persistent effort, often under
the most discouraging circum
stance!, and in spite of defeat,
against the moat powerful political
influences that could be eserted
by allied wealth, corporate power,
official patronage and actional
power Greenville Herald.
''Why are the Jews so success,
ful in business?" Fimply because
they have a habit of attending to
their own business more than that
ot any one else; they look to their
own efforts, and not to the law, for
their own success; they educate
themselves from youth in calling,
and stick to it; they are liberal in
using printers' ink.
The lloston University has or
dered its students who are unwill
ing to give up the use of tobacco
to withdraw, offering at the same
time to refund their tuition fees.
The Northwestern University does
not go aj Tar, but it is urging its
students to pledge themselves not
to use tobacco.
For Sals. A good lion and phieton
very cheap. Iotiir at Wilson's store.
"It is not what we ro.nl, lut what we roinoiabor
that makes us wise.
D ONT KOHCiKT yur -r"'" from
ALL.
A Mammoth Stock '
And an Endless Variety of
All Kinds of
mum
n
i
iiaffiufflfliitis
mm mi
lloupht Ih-hjxt and Sold at Iower I'rurs than ever Wore.
You arc invited to call and imct
our U-autiful line of ,
POLLS and TOYS
Of every description. We will make it to your interest.
Your Special Attention is
called to our
Combination Wagon and Tricycle.
The very thing for a Present
for your little BOYS and GIRLS.
SANTA CLAUS-
in with us, and it is a pleasure for us to show him to you and
the littlo out1, l'on't forget I am Headquarters for Holiday
(inula of All Kindx, and when ou start out to huv vour
Chri-tma Promts, don't forp-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-js. China, Rich Al
bums, and splendid Gifts of exten
sive variety and range, to the sim
plest and cheapost toys.
You are invited to
FOLLOW THE
f f TIT
111
HI
111
aeue
9
Christmas Gifts-
CHOW)
to Norrell's.
II TBI VAT HI SHOULD 00.
-AT-
LI
(Successors to Lee & Wilson)
, W e have tho largest stool of tho
And all kinds of Holiday Goods, in Bryan.
AlfO the Finest Assortment of
Candies,. Cakes, Fruits, Nuts, Tobaccos
'.$piid Cigars.
LEE & NEWLAND,
Exchang Hotel block, Bryan.
"Give oie a kiss," slia plea.Iiogly hl.
Ha hrarj, uouiovil, tier warm,
iuIds,
Althmigli to tn-r ha was not we.1,
Hot In J be even roma a-wnoiof .
"Give n-e a kits." Her lint iu shi
To Uuip a saint, diJ tlms Wne. li him
While lie aermej planninj an f e,
To aine U-a a here lie could not
reach bim.
"(ive me a kl jnut one, I pray.
Iter f nJ inniiWnra 111 iliJ Mtve tier,
II lvK)ke.l aikanra, aoJ moveJ away,
Srare.1 an t tlUgusted with hrr f. rvor.
"Give nie a kiss." Kach coming arr.l
I'ul lie'iHvl rniew to 'frlglit and am
hiui,
Bifsusa ha s hrr bund new birl,
And she s starting in li train bim.
Madeline A. Bridge, in January La
diet' I Ionia Journal.
Kemiitjii Koniedy Kompany.
Thia company will play a tlire
night rrea-meni at the (irmij Optra
lluuns Dec. .t) and 31 ami Jan. I. Ttat
Ieniin Daily Herald aayaof it: The
Kempton Honied y Koinpany played
"livorce-l" to a r""! audienca lat
oigM, and played It Id t jMisfartory
manner. A now line of specialties, all
(r -!, was a pleating feature of the par
fxrnianre. This company It playing li
f iir lu-lnent in lenison, and dewrv
e.!ly v, for it isss good an all round
lopular pii.v thow at aver rams lici.
CHRISTMAS DAY.
The Trees, Dlnuet-a, Fircworka
ud Fes tlrl ties
MAKE THE DAY ILEA8ANT.
os.xebal noon oanta anu auimrrT
t-aavAiia.
The Christmas trees at the Baptint,
Methodist and Prenbytarian churches
Tuesday night were attended by Urge
crowds. The trees were laden with
presents and all very beautiful. An
addition! charm wan added to the ser-
vii.f t the Baptist church by a special
niukical program amnged for the oc.
cation, and tha congregation at tnit
chnrch contrilmtt $100 at a Christ
mas offering to the children In Buck
ner's Orphan Home at PaivJta.
But the greatest of all tha Yuletida
jnysis found in the Christmas stock
ing. When the great roaring fire kit
melted into glowing embers and the
light burn low, when fitful shadows
dance and play npon tha flwr, when
the little tola are inugly tucked within
their beds, and angult softly kisa their
eyelids down, 'tis then tha little heads
are filled with dreams of treat uret rich
and rare, and Santa Claus in cap and
.-a steals softly down the chimney
and fills each stocking from hit von
drout store. With the firtt flush of
morn the "drvaru ship" fiiea away and
each little one is up with a bound.
Tha row of well filled stockings meets
each sparkling eye and the odd looking,
knotty and shapclos things are mora
beautiful to childhood than the mas
terpiece of a sculptor, and for once wa
have an example of altolute and per
fect human happineta.
There were service at 1 1 o'clock yea-
terday at tba Presbyterian church.
Rev. O.K. Clothier ot the Methodist
church, presetted a timely sermon
which was the subject of much favora
ble comment on all si dot. Wa would
be pleated to give the full test of tha
dtecoure, but it is impossible at this
time.
It would be Impossible to mention
all tha many atppy circlet which gatb
eml around the fertal board in our
city yeatetday i but there wrw reunit
ed (amities and meetinga between
frienda long parted, and every dish
was Savored with kind words and mer
ry Isughter, a bile jette and songs went
round. Tha day waa inspiring and
lovely within itself: the rays of flash
ing sunlight gleamed like shafta of bur
nUbed gold, and tha pure crisp air of
winter mantled the cheek with roty
hues, buoyed the spirl; and accelerated J
thettsp. Kiwh with his joys, if great'
or email, seemed happy and content,
aa if the angels' greeting at the birth
of Chiist egaln from llttven wat sent.'
The boys on the streets began shoot-1
ing fireworks Christmaa eva and con-
tinned the war nearly all night and alii
day. (d feeling wat maintained
throughout, few accidents and do teri
our onea have been reported. Yester
day a cumber of young men got their
borvet and ha-1 soma lively skirmishes
with roiuan candles and lassoes. The
minstrel street parade at noon yetU r
day on Mtin street wss bombarded
mercilessly ith cadnon crackers, hut
the men kept in line gsuiely and the
"band played on." The matinee per
f irmaure ye-tcrday afternoon wat very
well attended, but proved a disappoint
ment to a'mott every one, and wit
really, excepting one or two feature,
very turn. The night performance
bad alnint the same nunilr in attend-
In Him.
One above one
below.
Both Pointing
as hard as they
can to
The Center
of attraction to buyers
of Ciroct-riif,
JOHN B. MIKE.
m
HERE!
HERE!
I haven't lought this
siiaoo to talk
foolihnes
in.
I have
Something
Special !
Lauia-.as has secureJ a woolen
mill plant, to cost ItUl.tXKl, ami
employ UK) hamls. We are glad
to know the til.l town i.t not en
tirely dt'Hil.
OritClTY CIHCULATOIt.
The circulation of the Daily Kagl
will in future be in chage of Whit
D iremut, who will solicit and coll.-ct
subscriptions. His collection dsy will
ot on aiomiay ami autiritlx-ra er re
lieved to have the amount due the
daily rvady for bim when be call.
Many romp'ainta have been nmdn by
tub-irilera regarding the irregular
d.-ilvcry of paper, which nuitanct
will be d ne aty withatfoonat the
carrier h'.iriit his rmte. II you (nil to
get your paMr before) l o'cl.x k reort
to Itii otlice and we will look into the
m.ittcr si once sn I aee that it it delivered.
ance and is reported to have been me
better.
, .
it r. Noah Dansby Dead.
The ad intrlligcr.ie of tba death if
Mr. Dnl.y, which occurred at his
home lour miles esst ff Bryan at 3
o'clock la-t nigut, wa received here at
an eaily hour thia morning, and hun
dred of friends are deep'y grieved on
aA'couut of bis untimely death. Mr.
Datishy wat 3; years, months and 2
day old, and leaves a wife end one
son. He was a brother to Durant
Dansby of this city and bad many
other relativea in the county. Ilia
death reiulted from complicated throat
tJoiibles. H wa a good man and one
who will be sully mia-el in bit own
community and throughout the coun
ty. Truly, joy and sorrow walk band
iu hand thmu-jh this va'e of tears, and
grant it the srmpatliv fe't f r the !
reavel lamily in thia luavy Mll ition
The funeral ecu' at 10 a. in. tomor
row at Stc Hollow cemeii ry.
to say.
Vou know it is kiM that I have
brought prior way down thia
season in (!rovt rii!. My ioni
jK'titors admit it. Now they
claim tlmf. they are selling aa
cheap as I am.
THEY DON'T!
THEY CAN'T !
I've pt them n several things.
Ijtrje purchases i one item.
Think aUiut a CAR LOAD OF
APPL15, for in.-tiwu-e !
Now it's your own fau't if you du
not catch oti.
J. B. MIKE.
W. W. Mike, agent, has a new stock
of confection-, fruit, nuts, cigars and
tobacco, toys, fireworks, etc., In tha
ZsnnatU block. Glva him a call.
A nica tu,'gy or ph.. ton make sn
elegant Christmas prcrent. Call and
etsmina my large and handsome stock
of vehicles, Joux Q. Tasoa.
Fou ml.
A Uiuch of key- ou the ia.li.'d liack
oMeite Pstker' warehoi.ee, ntninj on
'mat! chain, with II. A T. C. rai!ay
wsy lietk No. 1072 . Owner can have
same by callin j at thia . fic ami pay
ing (or this notice.
When in need of Iced of any kind ca'l
up J. C. Beck. 'Phone TC. IMlw
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