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THE BRYAN DAILY
V
BRYAN, TEXAS, FRDAY DECEMBER 27, 1895.
Price, 5 cts
Vol. I No. 22
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ED
ALL
EDITORIAL PARAGRAPH.
Still leads in good tinners to eat.
Look over this list, ring up PHONE 23 and
If I haven't got w lint you want, 1 will get it.
Bay GLORY or AVIIJT15 CROSS Flour.
Almond Coroanut
Apple ('""HUh
Consed
Asparagua U.lk
Baklug Powder Cornmesl
Beans
Blrded
Bluing
Blscking
Itrjom
BruOi
Bucket
Buckwheat
Butter
Cabbage
Candy
Catsup
Celery
('lifts
Chlmnevs
Chocolate
Citron
Clothes Line
Clothes I'm
Cocoa
Corn Starch
Corned Beef
Crackers
Cranberries
Cream Tartar
Ctirrante
I'al-s
hried Ihef
Iried Fruits
Ettractt.
I in on
Vanilla
Mra berry
Aooortml
hltract
Fig
Fih
Hour
(ielatlne
(irtM'
Hominy
Jellies
Kr'it
I. md
lemons
UiUtcrS
I.ve
Msrarnni
Mackerel
Matches
Maple Svrup
Mime Meat
Mollast
Mn atari
Nuti
(latmcal
Oil
Olive Oil
(!fvi
( luiona
ytere
Pea a
1'i.klea
I'ork
l'otatnea
preserves
(irsham Flour prune
Srandpa'i Wondtr Soap Uaiain
Rire
Rolled OaU
Kage
Kalinon
Salt
Sardine
Koda
Spkti
Allepice
Cinnamon
Clove
Ginger
Ma-
Nutmeg
Peppe
Satto
Sugar
Seet Corn
hyrnp
Tapioca
Tea
Toothpick
Turnip
Tr(
Vermicelli
Washboard
flrW FruHt
Apple!
Currant
Peaches
Prune
Canntd CootlS
Aiparagna
Cherries
Corned Beef
Corn
(impel
Ioltera
Mackerel
Orators
P.-ache
Pineapple,
Plntna
jtsspbn
Salmon
Pardineu les
Straw be-
Lima IW
Toniatoea
ing such complicate ! relationship
which opons a problem in gene
lgy.
"It is not what we road, out what we remember
that makes u wise."
n r s'V'T KOUCsKT to buy your Groceries from
HALL-
A Mammoth Stock '
And an Endless Variety of
All Kinds of
ggeratad the value of hii at
,loo! and that value was a (all
lion for a iurr. The lady le
ered one per cant or to of her
(Inal elalm ana tne muiciea nooiw
l declared tnal tue cross-eiarain-n
of her by her oounel atsp-
orth the raonsv.
A great many perions who
ustly censure Jamei J. Corbett
for hi! conduct toward his first
wife and make it aa occasion for
f.vnr itvwmrtX Fitf Himmnna ar I SdhUle " ChrUtlaea.
v..i .u 'i h Is said that the Buddhists n
jiruu.u.jr uu.--., x.., .... ...hi ...kin to the faot thai
was alao divorced from hi Erst ,y mut have a statement cf th
wife, who afterward! married neau of the Buddhist faith to set
, r . t 11 er against the deflalU and com
Piti'a tnanairer Martin Jcli.m vr
. ... 'u-t creM ol the l nrituan m-k;""
and Fit then married Julian's, a are debating what they will put
. t I " " .
sister, uosc, who was a contor
tionist. Great flexibility wis
certainly necessary for Mtablish.
THE D. Y. K. BILL
pu TUG GUEATEST 8UCCE8S IN
Jh3 THE HISTORY OF THE
H NOTED CLUII.
Christmas is over and work has
begun once more. Are you bunt
ed f
The president's last message
will cut a figure in the next cam
paign.
i saw a
The bill pending in congress to
relieve the disabilities of ex-confederate
officers from serving in
the army and navy is another
hram in the bridse across the
bloody chasm.
VERY LARGE ATTENDANCE,
Perfect Weather, Splendid Mu-
sic and Heautlful IJeco.
rations.
Nought ihntK r nnd Sold at 1-ow.t l'ris than ever bt fore.
You are invited U call and incct
our U'autiful line of
DOLLS and TOYS s.
Ofrvrry dtwription. We will mHkt it to your interest.
Your Special Attention is
called to our
Combination Wagon and Tricycle,
Thft xTorv thine for a Present
for your little BOYS and GIRLS.
SANTA CLAUS
U with us, and it 'ik a pleaure for u to nhow him to you and
the little out. Don't forg-t I am Ht-adnUiirtors for Holiday
(ioodsof All Kiiulf, and when joti Mart out to buy your
Christmas rr-nts, don't forget to call on
I have left a few
handsome GIFTS
for New Year.
You will be star
tled to know how
CHEAP you can
buy them now.
G. W. HOIiRELL.
The Firth annual D. Y. K. ball and
banquet given by the young men of
Brran lat evening is said by those In
a'.Un Janco to have aurpared any en.
ter'ialnueot ever before given by the
club. In the first place the night was
perfect with Just enough of cold to
make danrint pleatant : added to this
the music wan the best that could be
ai-cured and absolutely above rriucism
It was supplied by Berry's ortkentra
of Galveston, oompoaed of Prof. E. W,
firrr. liania P. fct tw. Ansuat ew-
niann. Adoli.b Mueller, and W. Burck
Lead. whoe services were aetured
through the kind offices of Mr. J. b.
Fordtran, an ex-member of the club.
The decorations ahowed exuniHU
ut in ileiivD and arrangement, and
reflected much credit upon the decora-
os committee who are under many
nhliirations to Miss IW.ie Carr and
other rouns ladies for their aasiitance
enpecially Miai Carr, who ma untiring
n her effort to make this part or the
great social function the aucreas it
mas. A soft and beaatiinl pink effect
prevailed throughout the decorations ,
relieving the glare of electric light.
The windows were handsomely draped
in curtain of thi tint, with overhang
ing arches of cedar and niosi. The pre
vailing colors blen lei beantllully with
the color of the walls, w hich were fes
tooned with cedar, relieved by flower
and pretty designa cunning'y wrought
n pink tissue paper. A curtain neatly
draped with hanging moss concealed
the rear of ''be ball, and afforded a
background for the musicians' stand oa
the atagi-, on one a'de of which ap
peared in gilt lettera "D. Y-K.," and
on the other "18!5 M
There were probably 100 dancer
present, and half aa many spectators,
and evertbody entered into uie enjoy
ment of the occasion with spirt ami
anthuaiasin. The dresses of the ladies
were beautiful enough to hava been the
creations ol inspiration, and many cr
the birones claimed the credit of hav
mi mails them themselvea.
The haanuet was aerved aa usual at
the Eichaoge hotel, and Mr. and Mrs.
B. Mooring have the thanks of the
boys lor the royal manner In which the
m.r anlrtair.tl. The Club iS
gMVH V .
under many obligations to the laJu-e or i
the city who contributed so liberally to
the spread.
Special thanks ot the club are also
due to Mr. It, W. Franklin, who lead a
number of german figurea lmmeHately
after the banquet.
The dance ended at half pat three
nVWk. and if there aeie any hearts
breaking alter the ball, 'twas all con
cealed by smiling faces, merry laughter
and good nighta.
A full I'it of those in attendance
could not be obtained today, therefore
all names were omitted.
Two Pointers.
One above one
below.
Both Pointing
as bard as tbey
can to
The Center
of attraction to buyers
of Groceries,
JOHN B. MIKE.
.rait w i
I Bill I .1111 I
EJU I Uill o
nnrm i
I TTT1 TN Tl I
uuuu
I
l hawn't bought thii
fiaco to talk
foolii'hnefs
in.
I have
nl
Cu
111!
RISTMAS Gl FTS"33
AT
(Successors to Leo & Wilson)
W c have the largest stock of the
Cheapest -0ys, JTireWofKS,
And all kinds of Holiday Goods, in Bryan.
Also tho Finest Assortment of
Camlics, Cakes, Fruits, Nuts, Tobaccos
atiVo cigars.
LEE & NEWLAND,
Exchang Hotel block, Bryan.
. " ll
pre-u me
The Temple Tribune has issued
a splendid cotton edition.
Cleveland swras determined to
load the reepons'bility of the n -xt
bond issue ujwn the republican
congress.
The Cilohe-lKmocratic t.kes
Ccn. Miles severely to task for
giving away the ettreme weak-
ncss of our coast deienscs.
As the rt doen months have
constituted what ts known to poll
ticlans as an "off year,
cerdinfc 52 weeks, we
ill be dccidodly on for the "pa
a . 1 m. t . 1
triots ' and candidates. i aivcn
Courier.
The Ilrsios Valley will rortain
t. i.. .t.. n.led. and Drvrn will be
, j
left out in the cold. I am rt
Courier.
Yes, when that road is extend
ed she will, but we rise to remark
that the temperature is itiU tropl-
cal in this vicinity and our nicr
chsnts are basking in the sunshine
of prosperity.
Calvert is roaring for a pholog
rspber. She mut be vain, but
heaven know! abe'i not pretty.
1IEU OX WASN'T GORKI).
When President Lincoln! views
were ackd concerning the French
invasion of Mexico he is reported
to have said: "My policy is to
attend to onlv one trouble at a
lime. If we tvt well out of our
present difficulty and restore the
Union, I propose to notify Louis
Nai oleon that it is about time to
take his army out of Mexico.
When that army is gone the Mexi
cans will take care of Maximilian."
That was an application cf the
Monroe Doctrine against which
England did not protest. Gal
veston Tribune.
The ru;gratory mercantile vult
ures will soon fly home again.
Calvert Courier.
Something
Special !
to say.
You know it U faid that I have
brought prices way down this
season on Groceries. My com
petitors admit it. Now they
claim that they an- selling as
cheap as I am.
I The sale ol goods here on Mon
day before Christmas is saul by
our merchant! to have been great
er than on any previous occasion
for many troons. AM the people
in the rive counties tributary to
ttryan seemed to be here.
St. Louis is now
for the democratic
venlion.
reaching out
national con-
At the McDougall.
"The Ternntatioo of Money" drew
out a crowd.-d house si the McDouall
last ninht. it waa oue of the beet ptr-
forances of the aeaa n. a strange play, I
full of coiurdr and patho. Mr. Kemp-
ton, as the Jew, was at ma tst, rnrrTV Tin"!'
makem. ami die'eel being re.fect. Lo- lUXii UJV
retta Well-, as the wronged but faithful . ,
wife, proved herself on of the l.t Iflf i .
emotional alre'i tytr iu Deuison.l , .. .
i i,tt t I -ul acTi n won the hearts ef 1 ve got mem o.i b-.
sll by her clever playing ol Little Large purchases l ono item.
Freddie. The reuiainuer ul thect
wai exceptionally strong, and the spec
ialist that were introduced wero very
clever. The beautiful furniture to l
nin-n to the holder of the Imky Dual-
tier waa exhibited luring the evening.
The couibinaiion ia a stnng one, and is
meeting with deaetved auccea". Ien
ieon U.ulv Herald.
Mrs. Joe B. lUwd has the lollolng
b -s sent t her by Ir. D. I.. Mo ly,
and dericnel f"i free use by the'
public: '
'To ll Work," two volumes.
"A'.l oi liMiv," i-ig'it volumes.
"The Way to U ten volu nea
'The Way and the Word." five vol
lliueK.
lliok-at Mrs. Hoed s h vtio, auliau
bj hid uHu application.
W. W. Mike, Kent. ha a i.ew tiock
ofc infections, fruiu, nuts, cigaia and'
tobacco, toys, fireworks, etc., In the!
Zenna'.ti block. Give bim a call. I
Think about a CtH LOAD CF
APPLES, for instance !
Now it's your own fault if you do
not catch on.
J. B. MIKE.
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