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7 V . ff rwiirs casn '4 lbs. Granulated Suga for $J . I f "H O J 11 uu jrceu vunw, o stu" " iottled in Bond V V Good Wine Everything In lhrv cnei :, GOODS AU. . . ... Choc. out Deser M. Ml Fresh PflcJ phones 111 aj real value and that I will fa endeavor to have the assesse atlon of all property ject to taxation within said stand upon the tax rolls of sal ty for said year at Its true cai ket value, or If It has no value,, then its. real value, I solemnly swear that I hfc understand the prov.'" - in' t Viu Pnnadtiilln' . . - v uuaiimu' j able proPajty Grocer KalkerW 1 J 5 and 10 Cent St r is iieauquam TinwareGrad White IamoIe. By THE EAGLE jtory comes from Lampasas that big rattlesnakes were killed n one day. Lampasas is a local town, though. po8toa atered at me : y farmer hould know the lessnn Texas, as second -88 by the wi8(Iom of the age(j -lan is strong only by pinion; Rates of Subtcrlptnly by peace." th A..V '.'J One inoctn.. Three months.-: One year...j- Advertising 3hSeriberS Will comer "".rltrriV to Governor Haskell, gov ?.rJ' :oo at whence organ of the people. ( n . . . .versnier wno is also a good .;in other respects is tho most rates on ap.nt of a mpn- The all-cot- Jr 18 "pendent on others Vie bread he eats. !e4thi week 1000 chix hens, 500 spr erg, .1000 doi. ezitv 500 eeeje and du 44. Office! I. & G.N. D pot. , Geo. w. higgs residence occurs. Jiunderln' thinks it sight of differ s playing on the organ.' the tchc and i y a! ...uAiimrFMENT COLA fitrinw-"" i . The EaBli is authorized to i , fVn -andldates suor u.uu ium f represent.,.. n,ln,n.-t-iifuruy with mail order ne practicable, anvu 1st,' Wcy nuist Ket on a ca8n """'a- as is practicable y Mar,,r h0 have no credit sys other taxable proper rendered to me iofae , who, deny to Attorney Gen- BRYAN, TEXAS, FEBftVill to the Jbest 'l Davison auy part of the honor of true estima,vinninK the oil truBt cases would have Iwrwing action of the C to be held Mar For Ci C. C. 1 v - SHll fATCV. ird GOVERNOR FOLK'S dtnarket.va' Governor Folk ot, Missourt,voperf . cent after dinner speech. saidr do noi oeiieve in tne mail order citrzen. It is better that we should have, a trfoimand towns than one largo city. If a place Is good enough for a man to make his money in, it certainly should be good enough for him to spend it in. The merchants have a Just right to all the business of the town In which they have their stores, and every good citizen will help them get it. been first and loudest in shouting that ne alone waB to blame if the suits had failed. If L m mm: i . At T:- Mt P KXf' " "'ON ftionsd don't f, 7W'8 T ? fGet ,V-t : - - ..W ' Mas iaridy 10c Aer G THICKET ftURNING. V LEGAL NOTICE. clal to Vw Galveston New 8aKows has Jo'ii received hero td forest firf s aro raging in the Dinet in Hardin county for the t'riY in thej memory of the pres- tIulr-ocr. Ordinarily the big tni(l bo damp that it has resisted aI1 lt.es of the flames, but the '""Klpcll bah made h Huscepiible undergrowth with unabated L. the fury. '"Iket is mainly small timber and tlrowth, and the damage in this Y will be of little conse quencl damage is resulting to the nilu otiUT buildings in that nelghb d. All the sawmills In tLe '''"'Hi of the thirket have shut iown ijer to keen :'.i)a''ks froni setting I anj because the sparks from tl,.Wt fin. ,, ,,!:. n-..;- ll o mills hUmJS. Tn,? ''Imilh shop at Thicket was destroyei (. a,i th(1 dWe!iinK 0f F. (). llt uraKK W11B burned du ring the. U u said that the flames in thicket have driven out innumera, smaii gaine- Rabbits The discussion of the. all ubso.-himr I . ' . " ' ln"'K,,t ln sucn nunv ubmissfon, question leaves th.. Ww. ... S '"'ll!!,fti'1 thfi' run and lature precious little time fnr , ,..i . ... " '1 who aro in th' wa- A nns t i. ation. insurance, and mnvw i..,.. . .. lhls oy man or donieKtle ueusi are In into thf nn-n TUc City Primary Election Call. virtue of authority vested In ua '"'vh.ir.- nf rv-mnrrRtic EiLec- no m ... . ,.. ... ;n her vaiul 1 c u ' ' Texas. c hereby call a wvmau ) as garbef-'t'etion to be held at the As Mis in said city on Monday, '86 grabbe,1 First, next, for the pur- ction of nchiinatlng a Marshal. City ne saary three Aldermen, and the ?ve!2 members of the Executive Cora- 7ot . ,ittee for; aforesaid City, all of said nger.omlnees to De '"lotted at the regular umef"t-'i"g City Election to be held on Aft.ln ln . the first Tuesday In April, next lacn person desiring to be voted ou In said Primary Election must hand In' his name and whatever fee or charge this committee may set neces sary to exact of each candidate (sole ly to defray the exact expense of call ing and holding said Primary Elec tion) to the chairman of this com mittee not later than Saturday next proceeding the date of the above call for said Primary Election. This Is important and must be adhered to. I Wo will further state $at all money j or moneys collected lroni each candi date and not fio expended in calling and holding said Primary Election will be refunded proportionately to the can date or seven! candidates afto- til-' entire exj.e:i,e of said Primary Elec tion has been (let; rir.irjed." .liui. A. Moor-?, Jr., Chalnrnn O. E. Saunders, T. K. Lawrence, F. C. Oliver. Geo. W. SiBith, ; Executive Committee. Texas is not the only state, afflicted with freak statesmen. One Tennessee legislator wants to put tho lid on the feekaboo. waist and perforated hose and another has Intmdn,...,! a t.m m.vu Mt Will I J ohibit golf. The First Na- OF-1 Bryan, 1 "THE OLD ft "TIME TRIED AW Crfltfc Capital Surplus and Profit we solicit Dimness upon terms consistent vJ J. W. HOWEL riiv i rr'i vjU i ivj. nrv i II O. BOATW L. L.MclNNIS R. W. HOWEU .VI 1.v in i II wimons (lkes whlcl, hav .. 'iiBe questions, the care of the insane and rhf. u,,ol, ,.x . , ,Q ,nt on,,n ."iiiyii.iiiveiv iininnnrf .t ii- .li . . . matters. 'ri ! 1 Purts is Poetically im- tf "-'''a Penetrable.) the fury of a tire iu ,.w 1 1... tt .,j ,. i""1" "aej,rjrl,Kn can lIn. irwK" ae Koi lOjain,.,!, TEXAS NEEDS REST. A well known business man struck thenail squarely on the head when he said: "What Texas needs right! Vna now the fr-ojde have uuw uiuiu iuun anyimng eise is a , !'': ior a in-w batlitub in the White good, long rest. Rest from legislation. 1 House, the tilt! one being too small rest from agitation, and a chance to :tor the big new president. Isn't it a recover her equilibrium and again be-il)Jty someLody didn't think to tell the gin to grow and develop. The rest j people of this before the election, so euro would be most beneficial to Tex-; thfc could have put In n man to fit the as and no mistake. Orange Leader. 'tub? . DiathT'fars. Pier Day. Mrs. Pier Day, wlfo of tho band leader of tho A. & M. College, died at 12:10 p. m. yesterday. She was In rather feeble health, but was able to be up and was as well as usual at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. After be-; ing stricken she lived but a few hours. , Mrs. Day was an. excellent lady. and besides her husband, leaves two t little cniidren. , The remains were shipped to Mreu- ham, their former home, lait nicht. md the funeral will be held there this afternoon. For Kent Mrs. 11. i. a'L.'..- rest- J deuce, 2 big cisterns, plenty of room, i about four acres of land. Apply to Webb Howell. 5() Drew Siiby shoes are better and cowl iid mere Se our )iiv wiiwiu I & Derden. 4g WE LOAN AT 5 loVgT t The Jackson Loan 120 West Capitol Street. Jac SEE R.O. BOUNDS, AT 0 4 WATCH FOR GREATER J In Our I I Big Grocerl ALL Tho jer Fight. An excitiin(igor fjpn, waa pilii,.,j off last night'front of the Exchang.' hotel in the l,nce of a large crowd of spectator.-Th.. dog and badger '""hiu luiioiii i,t te ba.lger wnn great interest manifested in me approaching corn show A NATIONAL BLESSING. Mr. ran b trip tnrougn Geore a will i " ' miow, wntcn in prove to be a National blessing. San ! cl"''as'L's as tn' time draws near, is nn Antonio Republic. . i1' ""--" mat urazos county fanners No doubt of it: It has been jhe! more than 'V,T b,,foi-, 'he iin- means of calling the attention of the! ,'i01't:"1' of l'"-n as a leading crop and ; given me dicii. i bets were ! some technic clared who ha A hi but all ilneffl ge number of n account of ets were d" young mnn ne city a few possum as a line ner-ijuiti- tv... n . ' " ""-J uiversiiicatlOIl n I general. With a big corn crop the jianuer is sale, no matter what The best men are those whose char- i hilimu to 'on- whole country to the gastronomic delicacy. may f- Alomini ls only In in months acted at ficialladr- jhei Poll T Paymlnts. acters have been polished and finished off by their wives. The dearest places and things are tnoso tnat are associated with self denial and personal sacrifice on our part. f Soiiator Jeff Davis of Arkansa-i is not lis Ignorant as was supposed; he knows there was ah ancient Home and a Caesar. v . i Iet us have free and full discussion of the waterworks question before the election so that everybody may vote advisedly. Ut no m -n deceive him self or allow another to deceive him. It 1 3 a matter of gravest importance and should not be settled hastily. In I lie effort to secure a jnrv in Uic Carmack murder case, after hundreds of fntellie-ent voni.,,.,,. uj - - n huu uet'ii re jected one iriau Mated that he not read a newspaper in twenty -elt years and was ( agerly acc -nied by both sides. Is -),is rident ai a gtf nient in favor of the W sv-Ktem ocnerwise? it... "li ie auunial pu paid during the'ay ye total paid In the imty I itut last year. Ithe ,-it1 i.'I last year taxeu were erday. The 1654, against IS1 agaiut Hkl I), r Gr 'Tic V. T iwu 4 These arc the Days speciaIists We makf a spe ialty of expert drug sen ce. The drug-store that dabbles with "penny goods" can't pay t.ic same at tention to your I DRUG TRADE It will pay you to trade here. EMMEL& MAL0NY Prtscriptioa Dra-'stt. . . Phone 66 It is reported that since (he estab lishment of the Aniini.w i..i, has become a fashionable fad at' the national capital and to bo told "you are a liar." is taken as a compliment, bend missionaries to Washington The poor, benighted heathen there need to be taught the precepts of tie book that declares: "All liar" shall luwr part m the l,. that ,., fc wun nre and brimstono." New Banff Building. j x i-..liile le-ar n8 trat Mr. F n Per l kins Is nn.. bvh . o 1'iwuaruu ov coin JKHont arebiterf ,,!;i::8 for a handsome "v ur uiree ainrv lu-r.t- , occupy the corner where his building wimy nuriicd. It is also iearn mat the First National Bank has leased the entire building. These wn.emcnw are not official, but. there is no question but what this ls the nr. la.jtenient at present. In the meanwhile (lie First v.nH,.i nnvfng erocfed. wlh th i. . .... " iiy t oi-ncil, a tei-iporarv .vmet. im.10. of corrngnf.-d iron, adjae Early Arrivals i Ne Handsome ;;hov;k; lan .). and 50 cents, j lieautiful match lets i ies, tuck and fiincincts. Ions, Baby Irish aij cluri ror .Monday's sellirt W den. I rv Novelties. boretts LTi, embroider- olored val- laces, etc. on & IJer- 18 Notlrfi HI. . . ineie are farty-sii mambrturers sewing machines In Aruer How many can j"3u ti; many did you ever hear of eomes to the mind umneuiately-Tbe SinGr-pd Is a very got jyffson. The Singer npany sells as many machines In e tikes and h year as nil the other forty-five dnbined. Phone 105, T. A. Satterw t sales man and collector. tf How name woman there ADVANCE SB OF NEW WW.WlUou Wl tioN pt to their former building, which' 'hey will occiliv uh'tl tli no- i,n.i...l . - - ""(ui:ik tm me new b'ii d in n,nt i, . , - O " ill uu- s just as soon as the plans are com- P" . and the contract awarded. V B. Hudson HUDSON. A Attorneys-at-Law oryan ana rrankiin, lezaa. v'lll practice In county, stab and ted eral courta. Special atttitlon to business In Brazo ani Rob inson countied, FOR 8ALE. I Bryan. Texan. :Yjnklln. Te Wit acres of land In i Moees Bughen survey, near Idee. Price and terms reasonable. i Half acre of land wld Improve ments, one block east oi iy home. Dreaa PaK,:,- a .. J crS8 BdjOlninK ' 'Ife M. Hnl- Plain r ,,. , v'reat,ons W nd on west ilde, Wr Prov Phiin and bordered mercerized pop- tferce church. Known U George i ns. Flemish linen, mirett, messalett Platzer place. i and I'oagf o norcerizod linens, colors. IPO acres, including Doulb Sulnhu plain and fancy. Wil.son & Derden ncludlng Douie Sulphu springs, on Navasota river V. B. HUDSON. . Ladies' Muslin Underwear. Sec window dis lay. Aa elegant i;ne of Ginghams, including fancy colorings, solid colors a ad side bands. - Tucked Nets in white colored dots; also plain and ecru. Silk lining to match all nets Embroidered Tucked colored cluny bands. Big line new Val. Laces. Big line new Embroideries V R1H STOOl Will 8. h L. t i, Mutton, I. rctated. . I 1 r j A Ncv f mr Rusinesi llal r , Turnf 'I ! PurJ Pumjive Stock j Nets; li! R.l - . ;yrugstore I '"irugstore 15.1 it ene. 1 mc MIIIIM Check Muslin for waists. Ban!j, Dallas, Td ev !n Acrfdtnt and Sic I know what you ar The ladies of Bryan and vicinity are. cordially inv inspect the many beautiful things we are showing ap or my efforts o : 1 PPI J !