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THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE.
Vol. Ill No. 81. BRYAN, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 6, 1898. Price 6 cents. TIE WEATHER Genuine SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES. AT COST: MARTINIIZ CANNED If you want the IJest, HOWELL The GLOBE Ih the favorite report of al! tfcMM who like fff4 iritik skillfull) mm. I and Uate fuily nerved. Wt handle only the beet hrandr of . . . TWINES. LIQUORS LaSpolaUatj of OUT plM is due to ..ur untiring 'Aorta to east W'i prehotu everybody, and treat all alike at the 'Mob iaiooii. T.VM.OH .v OX, I'roprlrtora. TO MY Patrons and Friends Of Uranus. Mndiuin, innn , Kolsyrtson and Ktlrletoill Counties : Ths so .bined Capital and asset f nnpenn a r. , 1 Ann f(0 HHO r .. nted bv m aa I,UUU,UUU,UUU fhe aapllal and of 1 mean sent OR 000 000 fit .t,s .n re than .. WjVWfUfV I jtiifolentlv believe that I ran nerve you bvilM MMl lieaier than any one .!" in lay Mae of Risks, In- :hey City, : iwn or Country. I liar- an efficient flic.' force, tin- affairs of whirh ;ire under the mmammi of FRANK W. Mi-coNNlot i alun rmpvButmi E.tiitab!e Life Assurance Society of WtW York; Paflififi Multial Life; Am Union Life; Fidelity and Casually of New York, t t wilt a I am tha til anlhnrlae. airat la Brjran I rers tf'illy ollcll ami will I'prrrlata ) our bullosas; A.. D. MCCOM3VICO. CjU. P. Fnklin & Son, Butchers and Meat Dealers. ffi Buy Hides, Wool and Pelts. Mar lets under Academy of Music and next door to John Mike's store. EXPOSITION SALOON "We keep good cheer in bottles here, Good whisky, wine and brandy; They're pure nice, and low in price; You'll find our place is handy." ANDREW SHELBDRNE. raopv, The. ItflflDY OYSTER PARLOR rsiirk llav Oy lei' erved in any yie- im ask sal swaalets stock ol , Uifdits, Fruiti, Cigars, Eio. POMM AHT PCM TO-IY: "I.OWLY RISING TKMI'LIUTURE. Temperature Veatetday Maximum Mir- intuiii I'.'. Have You Tried it? PEACHES AND PEAR5. trv the ahove brand. BROS., THE GROCERS. SALOON AND CT.GAR8. "NAMH ON EVERY PIECE.'' L0WiWfS Chocolate Bonbons, 7 I'av Wo Lowney's Fine CWates. THE 1ST SAID YET. Captain Mam Speak of the Maim Invalidation at hv Wot, 1 SET8 AT REST ONE REPORT. ' I In m Not S7 tha Main Waa !. alrnyad I,, ... i iurul l.iploaloo. liul !,. Iba Impri .aluu u.1i Waa tin Cass. Key West. March o.-ffcptain Marix, before sailing nn the Msngrove with the Maine hoaril of Inquiry, n-ferrwl to the atab-iiifiit ttiat the nnut'a lnvmtiiratinn faUul to prore the Maine had been blown up from ti . ontaioV. "That'a all boah," be aaid. "Whjr can't tbry atoji thnxinK until we fret ready to report? Th'n, I aaaun- yoo, w ahall aunin reaoinx for American paopln that will b lnt trail n " "Will it mean war?" wax axked. "Tliat'a a fiu-atinii I mn't atuwrr now Wait." MAY BUY MORE WARSHIPS. N.(,llall,M, Ouantl Ia I . .. I: In I i" ,n ahlpyarda. Ni'W York, March Ii. A apiial to Tin- Kiralii frutii Witthinffton sayx: i'ziiy rrahjfisjj :Ue insportance of pniaratioiw for any emergency, tlv prvaidt-nt liaa ilin tt the nary ilcpart iii, nt to 0JM nirotuitiona UnktuK to the parchaac abroad of warahtpa. Thta i.i' ' ia uiiw n,r aapl nni lime aXWaa jmo- ,. ivi ,., . . I uu, , iwvimmj -..."1.1 n'ii ii.tm' inn.- pirwl at thta jancvurw bat for the rt'-ttr- nii-nt mnacl tiy tap aun-ment puDlulwxT that Spain had arrba1, or wax neo. j tiatiiiK for uatahilM U iiik built by the KNwu k "iiiipanr f KiiKland, f-r tic Hrail awl for irthiT ahtpa under con atruitiou. With a VaW of aaeertaintna; the facta, your cnrreapiMilpnt calll npnu a liiffh offlrml of ii..- ailminmtratioa and oh tauuil an oftVial admuiaon, mal for tin' Mn't time, that while tlae pn-atili-ttt Uoea not antictiate war, he rrcoRma that there la a poajnutlity of hiattllitiea irrowiiiK oat of the t'ntn xnhlcm and the Maine diaaater. and that he propiw Cf to be prepared far it. Kiht men-of-war, whieh are prac tically completed in fnri-ijru ahiprarpa, i n. I iii offereil for aale in Un- Cnitwl Statea. The pn-aident haa (,iTen conxid iTjtinu to the ad inability iif plat inK an option on them. The naty lUpartnatnt haa ln folly watchtnit the construction of hipa atroad thmaxh the eyrai of ita na val attache at London. Pan a, St. IV teraliurB, Berlin, Vienna and Rome. The anrveillance liaa been maintained for two months, lint more eapecially ainca the Maine dteaater Through theae naval atfachea and from the abipbaildera tbemaelves the wi n'tary of the navy haa learned th;it be ean now purchase two amall t attle ahipa, two armored crnlaen and four torpi'dolaata, all at a eomparativelr low price The tattldi-ra liave pnmitMil that they ean aell the veaaela to ajp-nta of thxa iri'M-rnmeiit at thta time complete in ev ery respect, aud all that will be naoas aary fur the administration to do will la loonier the ueopssarr d, tail- of offlorra and men to pna-eed to the, ahipynnl. iro on i.ainl the veasrls and take them to 1 anv .,int wlni h may ! ilemnii The buildera nnre that the purchases 1.' made at one. as they say tho daclar- ationof war between the t'nited Statea ana Smin would result in the infon. nient of neutrality laws and pre vent the sale of the dhipa 1 he tail tie. hips and armored cruisers' liaie t.s ii Itult by Knglish and Cienuaii uiiii. o, ii'o ,-i nun-Hi wiiiru are now unable to y for them, so thai thi gov ernment would have no difficulty in ob taining the vessels by simply putting down the necessary annmut of .i.-h. The four '"i j o 'it. have been offeml by the Tbornycroft Shipbuiliiing coni pany, whiaMi iamts are m-ixniZiNt by ex pert, to 1. among the W't in the world While yotu correaponpent waa unabla . . . to harn the names of ship which havo la'ii offereil to thia government, them l n'aaoii to ts'licve that among them are thnv jaiwerful shii tiinlercimstrnc tion at the V ill. an work at St. mn. Oermany. for the Chinese government. Theae three ahips an' of Mi tona dia placement, constrnctel to make ! ;i r knot, and will t able to carry not less i than I'"1" tons of coal in their Imnkor. Then1 i. iilo reason to llii . that in rase of (rouble tin government could purcliase fnim Jhin the Kaiag. and the Chios which ar' ii 'nnng eomrlction at I'hibuh'lphu .mil the Union work Tho official with x.liom your coiTeapoudeut lalkid, bad no doubt (ha( Japan wonld ! Milling (o aid the I'mtiil Si.it. . Iiv selling the warship la-fore the coin nn ini'iiietit of war NEEDED BY THE NAVY if Tnrlairi. May Ni lie a Una Ua Hiailnn Agsln. Washington, Man-h iV The pmasul tranafer of Dry Tortugaa, which i. n--ga rdi d ns the most uniitiint ipi.ir.iii tine atation on the southern coast, to the war departnieiii would niii'aaitate an Imtueillate M'iivtiou of another location for a statiou off the MOOt of l'lornUi. Tl' ipiarautitie - .i-"ii .' wm ih. t rta infi-ctnl with yellow f. ver and other infection. illsensc la'g.a- April I, so that it tho war department divided to reauine contnil over Dry Tortugaa and Fort Jeffora n, which i located there, no lime will is' lost by the Murine ho pitnl oftlciala in fitting out nuolher sta tion. Already some oorreH,ndenit' has U'ii lud with otllcuila of the service on the Florid coast, mvl several Florida keva have ben nggeeted a amiable place to which the station ought be transferred. The nam advantage -burned for Dry TfWhiipi Kilurational Co Ti rtnga a the point for th quarantine . , , . a atat.onan. ci,lm.l for ftttlrtrat.-gi 11 ,0 JnB' point for the taue for a fleet operating (,ul- u WM 0wl ,lunn ,bo c - iv il war a a taw of op ruiiiai. agam-t the 'mifi derate state. FOOD FOR THE STARVING. rtl.am.r .,in. I.,- N.w lorfc Kay Weal Wllh rro.i.lraa. Xew York, March 5 Tin: Mai lory MM oteamcr Ifneoea aailel twlay for Key Weat w ith 7.1 tona of relief aupphm for the dititnte lit t:uba At K y Weat the atnrea will ! traiifem!d to the Naahrilh- and MotitRouiery. A Uh-nrara wax received iwv- fmrn U K Lewix. aseretary of the tr-(rn relief committee, aayina; the flrat airtion of the Cnlaui relier train. oarryin(t !, 000 poandaof food, left there Friday. M ,.. r.lpeaaa s..,r . Hty of Mexico Marrh A lndT of aorrow held by Mavm- PrWlar titcht in honor of the Mam. who nea-nlvl in the Maine exploaion wax rerr nutnerooaly attended. It h Id in olipdwiice to tin1 joint call iaueii by tho native Spam bh laifi and Mexican ltidr". The bail wa ilr.it-l in 1 U -l. n: I -'aaaaaai made exnrtMiaivB of armpa'hy for tlie Unitd .Sl.it,-. l l-i lt Trrat,l im t" l,m. Madnd. Mach -The Ipafa, tba Conaerratira paper, aaya : "We believe that in jnat the r-M manner aa the Waatwinrton ifovi riinviit artnl in the caae of S-nor Dnpnv de i Lome, which wai I m- mnrh lea i arare. an alionld S tir 1 oillon a' t in the , p,. ,t( Chm i ti... . .r B". il- ', x and "fBi-ial with the innnrptioniata hi maint. nni"' at !l.i:ina are ptejndical to the )roit ndationa la-1 ween Spain and the United Statea." fcpaalah Ctala.r Itearliea llaiaaa. Havana, Man-h, I, Tha Sonih Crt c'aaa ernlwr Alnnraiite I t tt -1 ! . irrn d in Havana hmrbnr eariv tin. niortnnir from Spain. sh- neatvai a hearty welcome from the ferry iaaita and tur. on Urd of whirh wef eivil and irnli tarr anthontie and dinVrent ua-ietiei which were waitinit f'r t!. amval. The d-cka wen- rrowd'l w.th attfht.eT. na-keta were acnt up. and flair and otre-r d'- ' rationa were dix pUrnd from reaael. in i rt. the pablie liaildiiiira and plaeea. FitxhnKh Leie. Jr., aon of the mnaol KciieraJ. waa amonir the paMaWgM who arrived hi re on lrd thi Hivettc. CI. !'. Kf,r III" Maheil. York. Marrh S The central New couneil of the Red t'roaa will ta (rin a liranch of the rel.ef work, inakiag rar mint for the Cuban auff'-n ra. tboo sand of whom. Mksa Clan liartou lias declared In her letfcra, an in rajf. Spain fttftj'atnaahl Tliaas. Iindon. March ." Further iuqniricx made on the anbji-ct eotiflrni tho report of the two enil- ra to Stwili whu b the Arin-trouira lam !shH bui.dinR for Bra- rr BMMaxj Mawa Hirminfr'uim. Man-ii "i The J. fT, r wu ( "iintv ifiainl jtirv n ttinn l a true bill agaui.t T- in Collm. and Hugh I ra - xerol lt, m.r. A '.a. charging them with munler in the tint degree. Iu Da, ! ceinU-r lat .1 H. Howell, a young lute man. fiu-man of one .,( ti.. ; , ,-. Ueasemer. was arnsfd f"r an al- sicd ii-" ' hwiil :n.-i.t t 'ol.in daughter Oat bns went to the prn-m when Ho. il was locki-d up atal shot him dead in the ! cell. Fraxer was with him. At the mhrn.,,... fn.-il Cul.in. ua. not al - lowed ball, and Frawr was gruu bond , the sum of feOOO. After the III runvrnllon. Chicago, Man-h S. -Chicago will he the meeting place for the Ug interna tiomU coiiveaxtion of Christian l'uii.aor unions in Jnly, 1SW. if the efforts of haul union gJ0 a suocas TaM J liminnry coi.i: It. has a In ady !. n appointed to ur. a guaranty fund of tao.ttnO, the ainonnt tKH-.sairy for the iil.'rtailim. nf of the vifltor It I e- I timat. d tl.it r : people will at- I . . .. lend the convention rak.r OataSJ aa t:uriiis. New Yi rk March - Kichanl I'mker j announivit it ia hi intention to go to I Ktiglaml iu April mid remain until Augnat. It ia aaid on gxsal anthoritr, ' that diininj his absence John F Carroll will I' acting l".nl"r of Tammany Hall Oil Will snp,,, New York. March Man Aialn. .'1 -llettmnu " " " " " 1 Tl. s I I 11 11 I.L mm 1 ' an tiia-a 1 1 , nii'i 'ita 111 .it a ill at IH banc, V. Va , hnvo mailt' nn aMtiu- nn ut to hmamiel . Hlooiuiugilale Ajnount involved I anid to la' f.HSI,(Kal Herman Mark Iturn. al Sea, Uartaidia-, Man-h ft. The tierman , lark C'llade de Forte. Captinn Kauf man, last reported at Fcmatnbuco, Jan. 0, from Rio de Janeiro, wa. nhnndoned at aea on tin- and her crew have landiil here. hi 1 it gsxenag iaiii. JosluiM, lc., Miin-hft.- Tlieil inoiiiha old child of John 1 'on way, living near this place, crawled into the lire while it mother w a. attending to outdoor af fair, and was so ludlv burned that it died. i ran 1 l r Hanalar. Sun Diego, Cnl , March - At a un-et- ing of prominet Ki publican step were lu to promote the i-nndidacy of U S (inint for the 1'nit. d St.it". senate from California tMwaril T.ittrraall llaail. l,ond"ii. M p i F. Iliiund Taltataal) head of the luusc eichaiigo aud of the tlrui of Tatti rsall i diau TEACHERS TD MEET. DETAIL8 OF ARRANGEMENT! Aaaasasea kg BaaMasaea Sduut 1.1...,. I .1 klMla al lb l i. .i at Tracblaf Omaha. The ay ten ta of the atatea poxtictpattng in th TratwrniMUMppi expnaUKm. and wUl ba held in tbia nt y on Jane Ti, 19 aad Zi. It aima to (rive tearbera and aeboolmea the brraftlta aecruinx; fnan a (rreal gmtU- runt "f repr wntalive educaiora uxtr chantrinir idea and iiateninx; to addreaa ea of reooxruixcd Uadera in the diflaaaxaxk branehea of -,lafMioc work. Whiix) fnUowinit in irenenl aoopa tha nxaate liilfa of the National llacattoaal aaxa ciatioo, it aeeka to aapplement ita wan aud i-xttnd it iiifiuenre. The plan and object of the aWNaatlta have been in doraad by teaoluiion of the State Teaeav era aaaooiatuma of Netwaaka, Katiaaa. Miaeoori Sooth Dakota. tana and Oiiorailo. ami exnecU indori ' i from Texa. and other ttatea. The date of the conventwm haa been fixed fur the but three daye "f alaal Tin. w ill (five ample time for ftniahi ( op the cloainff work of tue acboola. far tn inlina tlie convrntion, f- vuuunat th expteitioii. and, if ilreirable, to o i.iim-' f'T tin- N.iTi'.ual M - Tin-convention w.ll cit of Cva ifi in : i! mil tinK and numerooa of ait'tiona, departmi nts and Fr the fi neral meet.nrx the pnarnunme will provide address- by adacatora of national repotatioii r.;m bipica of ra mi educational interest. Tho cmf r- - '. ... I. i.n .. r r tun of Uailina pe laliat ill each field. A-i-li- fnim th" prirram oat lined the Tran.uilaaissippi and International ex position will be the irreat attraction. 1 hi ' xpoaition will taj opened at Omaha June- I. In it will lie trprenented not lea than U itatea of tha Union, lamtde many foreurn nation. Unv of the spe cial features will be the educational ca ll ll.it. now iu KVuntion by the acho4a of alinisit all the western atates, Ulua tr.itinir the metbiala and resnlts of ad-vatiii-l iducational ayatem. Exhilnt. of ti xt tmk. M'honl farniture, literary apparatu. and of the printing and book making trade promise to excel anything ever N'f'ire attempted There will la? no special expenae what ever imjd upon lattora tcept tlie niiab rate charge of fi cents for the l.audxiiu,' ofncial lavige, which will n title the bolder to all privilege of the convention. Spi-cial niloccd railroad mtea will be put in force for this conveii'ton iual to the U-at ever accordiil any other edu'-a-tiiiiutl gathering Iu addition, litu.r. condition ami depo.it privilege will b armngiil miait favorable to thins who wUh to attend the Traumiiippi I d rational convention en rootn to oil er pomta and have their excu:ii'ii ticki ta ' avaiiam- mi ine mum .rip mot in tii . aoniuier or fall. The general meeting will la, hud in . the t 'oli-um. in wincn ine national : in Inch the tuitiniial : j conventiim "i ine rvnpie a part, raaoa . . i .... "a m .min.it i..n ' "so naa .seating capacity ..f u mi inn Me-t'.on , me. tings ami congresses wai ne neui in ! the smaller hall, with which the oity La abnudantly supplieil I Tim chairman of to- . . utten com mitteeiaC. l. l'.arse .ujnuendtnt of i uy . e hall, OruAka. I Irraa. f'asa4lan. flraota. New York, Mar -h 5. La Preae. (he leading Fn m h Canaduui daily here. aevendv criticises the grant recently j made to A M. Merrier in the Yukon du tm t. allowing him to dredge '.iiOO yard i in the Yukon river. Acconiing to La! : - no grant can lawfully , v,-e i ::.xj ' yards t.. one claimant. Aii-onlnii; t6 the iwiaT Mr Mi rrier'a grant n,wn ; ' ' -.v r In the 1 Klon Ilk,, reirion V,H.,trt1n, ,l... h. ! 1 AciMinling to the of. tlcml report i.n taire.1 Iv William tiil. t- w - rv . 1 . . t 11 7 we lai i-p-sc .iavs tueir minium vnloc nU: nni It .iv. tie., ii . - 1 " V - - n ,4UI I. 11 L'lg.intic jo!, and contend, (hat Mr Merrier can make a clear tl lasi one 1 .,. . (lisp. Ming of hiarightto capttali.ti It tl graiiti! (.'irat privileg- s over the ordinary nun 1 r- t lm.s.l win, suallni Ore. t npple 1 reck, C0..1 . March ." -Six prrson wen1 taken to Colorado Spr.nga from hen and jilncisl n the county jail, charged willi -teal ing ore. They arc 0 II Tliomp. hi, Joh'i Muuisev, William Shuck and wife, Samnel Drantorff and Stanliy Fmchi'l The arrests wore made by J, 0 Frar r of the Fiukertou Dctii'tive agency, w ho ha Wu work ing on the caae for several months It is claimed that a vast amount of tlm richest oris has lavti tuki n in the post year, mid that other arrests are to bu made, v Inch will cans,' an immcuae sensation The officer refute to give auv I. I ill. lis yi l Twanijr Maaaa rrruh. Bii hluti, Iru..ia. March ft. - Fire atart- id in the Saturn and Sonow ic miue In iv tialay. Twenty dead bodiea have so fur laa n recovered. There are mori' iu the buriiing mine. THE MARKETS. I.Oralack. St. 1.0111a, Marrh 5 Cattle - Itocetpt. W0, unhiding 100 Tcxaua; atea-lv Tuns steer, 3.7Sid4.50. Sheep. Keceipts, M0 steady. Chicago, Mttreli A - Cattle Maocip :i000; dull and mi hanged EVERYTHING FRESH- In the Grocery line to day. All kinds of FRESH VEGETABLES. i Try our Roasted nf"rt xrH af I laam TTf .TNO. B. The Provider Ami Original Cutter. TELEPHONE NO 40 G0uD 1 REASONS, j Mate a Uad If atoi for El rr) tkloc jao ...fa)... If yon "drop ia to tsk a driak" doing an. Yon (eat bvt ; tbat'a a a good rnaaon. Yon are! kind o, The food Wikry sold by a Oood Renaou for taking Rerembtr 'this Your REASONABLE Fnendf, Young Han, Young; Lady Get a Here u a Chance to Got ono.4s aw rfi Without Cash Outlay. We I, v ii ale arrrnzemt nta to give away the famona Al A MO SlICYCI.KS aa pteniinni lor Here is the Way to Do it: Got TEN new Cash yearly on'0f hum nr on oor Hat at eit caah rlv P'e. (0 Fr u ' . N a'l i mi etiarges, a man an (-.-I i .. 'tjr Wltn nr or ... ... IJrvsn i.-..i. .. . " Witb rt'gbt tires. "i:.trIIP . . . .,1 ,' .' '-A. MO. A , Kr, a lliViBl A in.. for eight new mm , .ww., in, yearly ,r--Two ai ix-mor.lh snbcribi inldnsik... ansi ... """"' at i L i each, will WInt ..,. . ilor, nm.,i, ..... -oi.eje - - , -.,"...,,11. , the Daily Kso a partiea TlIK AL V M ( ) UlCVcrw . 1 ' 15U LI'.. I?-? ' From the Chicago Dispatch. l.icago. III., jtn a, jpUsj To Whom il May Cor cero : Tha Alamo Hi ycle llou-e of bia rily are making a spectalty o( Hheel.iornen-paper premium Thay hare ahei'l tb d hn.givl. en urne al snti-favciuui duru g tha Peat year. M a Mtea .,. publi-bers to niririiom aat nua lot nea inb-iriptiona l,i. em to I a popular thing .nu , mcrasaiug each year. Their gen eral manage, la sail ,,. favorably known to na. and any eonira. t- ..r Hatem.nla he may make mnv 1 railed upon. 1 Yotira V. rv Truly, I he Chicago Dlapatch. (Hrlttaal . npT on flls.l not 'ACONTK.T-Thi...no,.eonu..f,r...ngl only on. can win We can f u m-h g manv aa mi to Work. If I..,, -- --- - . .,,7 f ,mnn . nigral cominla.ion Uae. Wa will I,. i. II Villi liW fltresl.k sant i r nei'il m.i i., '"( Hi.'iug iniormstl li Yours for Business, - - COFFEE AT a mmm M t MIKE, i j GOOD DRINKS. ba an re yon have a good reason for food reason. Yon feel good , that'a "So So;" that'a a splendid rtasou IH'NN A DALY la in Itfattf a Drink. Good Advice. DUNN & DALY. Do you wish to , Wheel ? now anb-ctibem ' i The Taiwaje. Subscribers to THE DAILY EAGLE. this data, Feb. I V 1WH, at onr low. ' ,Dd wiM rtl,ver .... . . aai a or lauy a aj.huu n j ir. ... . i.i i j ,.rt. WIU. ' nr aorciai urauu, io each wheel goea sn bicycl a.u.yorltttlagirl aa-i araota a lltt. na.,,a.iity. mnk th. Mm ,1.. , . aiinae a. . .1 .. subsc. caa,ar riaar luiar-nionm rs at t2 V) riy auiasc ilicr in the 'it avbaeriliaia to mutt not ka ,reK winch Mr,,, a M tha foiloaiog teati mouial . From a Texas Editor. TL a i 1 ,r A mil.. III.,.. - .a a --'ruiii.g ii ir renraaant. '" be, o,l ia...goo.if7n"'; ill pl.s.fd W)lh , and so. ia nd'r?""'",1" snu trade Jouriml . wvi,. ..." P pobil-b,! by ns T.v n. I argeiircnlailun f. thi. 2iV oin.ng.,.,,. W.give.h. au mo B.eyela fr to ,DV ' , at II.hj eih. tin Vu0f, , , S""'" '"... anoOo ,i.. . ' cntation pre W" " "v" M had. ,- a.. TtsTsaaaXlaliis ami Traa J II H h ., lOrtgloai nip) uq nt. ifullv pnxe, in which a may l earned. io nnugl. to .., . i on those Dm. nrasl - 7 7 P",,ur. o you cannot l Ii at.- a .. THE DAILY EAGLE