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Sells Ultra Shoes. See Advertisement on Back Cover Page of Ladies' Home Journal. .3 THE DAILY EAGLE. aitr tl Ik PodoAse at Bryan. Tum, i loea4 CUm audi aiattai. BT COKNILLT. f ALKIE CAkNIS. MtuwuiOiMM Editor. cwcBiPTioa raice: Per Wk. 10c. Per Month, 40c SUNDAY OCT. I. 1HW A FA1K WITHIN A FAIR. The management of the Fan Antonio International Fair which opens October 28th anl closes No vt'inber 8th, lS'J',), has engaged Prof. II. T. Atwuter's grand muse, urn exhibit ut the coining Fair an one of tlio main attractiotiH. Thu Kjmee oocupied by thin exihit will 4)0 the entire eouth end of the gal lery in the Main Kxhihition Hall. I'or years Prof. Atwater ha Wen adding to hi collection of tare natural hisrory specimens and curiosities from all parts of the earth, and in selecting h ptsfiiiifiis for an exihit on an occasion of this kind he has a very valuable and extensive collection to draw from. The display will comprise two part one division of which will t-oiif ift of natural Listory specimens, curiofl and relics from foreign land jucluding some very curious an imals, many beautiful birds of brilliant plumage, gorgeou- butter fliea and strange reptile- and in aectB. The other part of tlmex liibt will consist entirely of Texas specimens and this division will include a splendid natural history Collection, some very rare niainaU and birds, sea monsters, lisli from the Texas coast and a larg" c.l.-c lion of relics ami curiosities as well as numerous samples of products from all parts of this State. The sheepmen from the West will find samples of wool from the most celebrated (locks in Eng land and other parts of the world. The cotton grower will see -pec-imens of cotton from all parts of the caith. Those interested in mining will find samples of gold, silver and copix-r ore from the richest mines in the world. Stu dents of natural history, or these scientifically inclined will find a vast amount of material that will require hours to inspect. This exihit will be the heaequarters of hunters and curio collectors and hero they will tell the big fish sto ries and snakeyorns. The sports man from the North will be de lighted with the fish and game lisplay, anil among other things he will sra a 30 pound wild Texas gobbler in all the glory of its mag nificent spring plumage. Through the lilierality of the Fair management, who are pitying I'rof. Atwater a large sum to make this display, the exhibit will be tree to all visitors. This will no loubt be appreciated by all who attend, for at most of the modern exhibits it is the rule now-a-daya to charge an extra admision fee to features of this kind. 1. (1. X N. ICtciirsloiiN. To Cincinnati National In vention Christian church, OctJer 13 '.'; ticket on Hale October 10-11, limit October "J.!; one fare for round trip. To Austin I'nited Daughters of tlm Confederacy, Oi tolier KVJ. Tli kelson salu Ottolwr 17tb and train arriving in Austin morning of the ISth; limit Oitol-er -1st. Very low rules. Anv ag'Mit can give full particular-. " l. .1. 1'ri. e, (i. p. ,v T. A. Pale-tine, Ttx. What Miipwrctkoil Pa.MnTs of the iSot.-man Kndured. Four Day Thrjr L'iMe4 IHm-uIU mi Utile Cora Itref-Seroe f the Beat' t rew Tura IM. rales and Hub, Cottou Iterelpta. Lawrence Waiebou 4'M Farmer' Cotion Yard 32 M (trick Warehouse H si Darwin i Ysrd W Dawaon' Yard liollumao's Yard X Wil.nn A Coulee 1IS1 B..-M-. r-M ""'ALMOST STARVATION. Total 13.172 The present over crowded cou dition of the A. and M College besjicaks the great need of that school for more generous financial support. Our young men today need, above all things an indu trial education, such as the A. and M. college affords, and the hun dreds of ambitious boys are being turned away from this school, and forced to go to other ststes for the education they desire, simply be cause the legislature has been to slow in coming to the assistance of the college. Let it have every encouragement possible, because it is to accomplish untold good fir Texas. Cald well News-Chronicle. Itev. Goodwin will begin s potracted meeting at Wickson next Sunday. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. I have 75 basbcli of nice sound sweei onioai to toll and 33c per bucket hardly 2tc per pound. Don't pay your mr. chant 6c a poind for Imported on lor when too ran get the home gmwn article from roar gardnar at half the prire and patronlie hoine Induetry beatdes. I eipeclally need jrutir patronage t ti year and will appreciate It at all lime iepeciraiy, McDurt inipon. Montreal Hept. .10 Two hundred and fifty acantily clad, baggage beleft men, women and children cauie bare on board aipm-ial train They comprised the greater number of thoee who eailel Irom Liverpool on Sept M. cm board tb t-amer Scotsman, bound (or Mon treal, which wa wrerked on tbe shore of the HlraiU of Delia Isle on Sept lit. It waa not only a taleof abipwrerk they bail to tell, but one of death, nfTering ami pillage, fur 13 of tbe HcoUman passenger perUhed.all aufTering cruelly from cold and privation, and almost the worat horror of all, the men who were supposed to auccor and ait tlio-e committed tbeir care in tbe hour of need, turned on the helpless passengers with loaded gun, compelled thru) to part with the few valuable taveL Csptain Skryinshire and hia officer were exception. Tbe outrage were committed by a gang of wharf rata.and bangeraon. picked np on the duck at Liverpool to replace the usual crew of tbe Hcotiman, which joined tbe ea men atrike on the other side. The boat struck ground at 3 o'clock la the morning. The passenger were aalerp in tbeir berth and all were awakened by the shock. A aupernVial lamination of tbe tbip told tbe captain that abe would be a total wreck and that be ninal lie abandoned. A port life boat waa launched and in thia many of the women and children were placeL Hardly wae it clear of the ship when it capeized, throwing it Cbas. Kdinhurg' returant in tbe I Himati block i now o(n day and I miilit. Kegular meal W cent. Shoit order Inncbe at all hour. tf Pieih t-nld beer and Innrh, Woolen Well asla water alwvn hand at V Mnrsk' nrxt door to hannders A JohntonV J 7 1 1 f Tbe Quartette Clnli will meet M on lay evening with Mia .'! pliinr Clarke. A full attendance i delrel. Ilntine For Kent Flebty of room,' gmi.1 t-11, italile anil forvant' bouse. Apply to Joe liMginsky. ! Henry Ilergsr w cut on the neck in a dilflculiy yeaterdity allerrnvm, hut fortunately the wound waa not eon- ..II .Trilin Xfrlr a u.a ,,ta,li. I liw lat. .bal Jtoy.tt and gave bond. ,ter(( occupant into tbe w.ur im w al,o gave bond. pen.ir., ... . - aaveii, lor mo snip uau i.nw-u w in and sevsral women were wahed tsick en to the iWk. ne woman chwg to a rope for two boiira ln-fure bring rea cueL Meanwhile digracpful scene werw beinir enaeteil on 1sard. Hardly bad the ve-sl struck lrfore men from the tok hole rushed lutii thn cthin, and litting open valise and bag with their knives, tot.k all valuablea they could lay their band on. Several of them fired hotinu and tried to force men to leave their cabin. It ia said aome of tbe ateerage passenger joined the fire men in looting the batfgage of the first date passengers. In more than one in stance rings were torn Irotn nnger or of fainting and dying women. Skrym- bireaud bis oflicer could do nothing against tbe tuU When luoruiax came the passenger were landed on tbn rock alongside the boat, but here a new danger of starva tion faced them. A quantity of bis cuit were carried, on hr and on this, with a very little corned IsH-f, over '.'oo p-rs.ns eitsd for four days. Home natural spring were found, but despite this the b ill coiiilition of fool and watr brought on sii-kitf Many sufTerml from exMsmre. Afi.r much difliuclty nine overcoats lilt'l lilalikets Were se onre for the women, nearly every mm of whom ha I li ft tbenhip in their night Clothes. The passeligera were obliged to cliinl) up a ris-kr cliff nearly IPs) Iwt high U-fore they could lind a place large pnoiigh to rest. lb-re they stayed on the rock for four day and nights. It wa not until the 'Jfith that the ateamer Moiitford came along. She took 'J'tO of the passenger Htl, (lis trainer (irecian. which sism after eaiue in sight, t.k the remitimli r, tl O'pting four, who decided tu re turn to Kiiglnnd oo the st.'uni-r M ni terey, the neit vi-esel to apsur Forty b ve of tbe crew also went on this lt. Kev. C I. Fountain will preach l the baptist church today. .1 0 pound lmlreth new nop turnip seedaat Mawliinney'a. OrtH. Fresh Saner Kra vt at John M. l aw- fence A t'o's. "t Nice fresh celerv at Jno. M. A Co. Cbc Great Conic. (!' JJ tvvilslci ot Co. liver Oil Strengthens THE WEAK, fnwii lin')friny C'', CMi mid ill 'nni'imry froi.'. ci, l&'Tlitlint I'mul'ion of Vo'l l.'mr Oil im tit' mnrlif totUvi, in urll m tht iw"t mi; ii;l-f nin mmf pnadi'ife , tu rcstrvclly Calitd for Itself i local ftc'statlci, Or iimf S'it;t Imlllr, .Vaiiiik'nr "M ' c fintmcrs Iprcscription ipbarmacy, fniwiff' X'Hay hl ii it UyhUiing rrlirf Jur all )ni.J. S'uioks Metropolitan F.ipusiieon ."aloou. cigars, cold at dir. Ilrink Mount Vernon I'ure llvs at the Kipoaiiiou aaloon. !0f l.a rcui'i Oat and ier. ebop fit Wooteu A liar- Iialln F'iklr. Opening dute aalr, for train arriv ing at Iallaa S-pl. T,, L'H and not later than H p. in. Sept. fare -'. limit Sept. ill). Sept. '.'H to i let. ?J- fare i'.H l imit (X-t. '.'!. Sept . 17 to ( let. fare l.'A"'. I.im- i'nl to dute following date of (ale. SIUIAI UT(S, (In sale lor train arriving at DiilUs Septal, ami before neon I'cl. Ul, limit (let. 11 Oct. 7, and befnre noon Oct. H, limit Oct. (let. H and befiue nisnn Oi t. 15, limit Oct. 15- Oct. 'Jl ninl belors noon Oct. 'J:', limit Oct. 'il- Fareti.40. V. S. Wilaoti, Ag-nt. Ilvatf Ijms at llnnft. Orange, Tex., tt-pt. :!). -Tbe big mills of A. (iiliner waa discovered to 1 on fire Friday morning and in les than !M minute it was entirely destroyt.I and the lire had spread to hi lumber yard and B.ismi.isni fit of lnmlwr was con snmed. There am suspicions that it was Incendiary. Lo flWi.tssi. innir anre on mill t-t'MHHl, on lumls-r t-'IO.lSNI. This is the fourth mill Mr. (lilmer has lost here. It is quite certain the mill will not I rebnilt. This tiro throw 150 men out of employment. Itallaa l.farhl( laTMtlfttloa. Washington. Sept. !(). -The atbirney general ha dispatchel a sjieoial agent of the department of justice to Louisi ana to make an nlliciul inquiry into the killing of the live Italians. Thu last word from thn governor of the statu In dicated that be could make no report on the subject until the grand jury which meet ueit January, baa looked into the killing, and the department of justice i L'K"I IHunk. The Kaglecarries a full line of the following named legal blanks, and sells them In small qnantltie at the piices quoted. F'or larger quantities, rail at Ksgle ollice for prices. AtUdavit to Account. .V Allidavlt to any Fact Jm Hill of .-ale If therefore obliged to act in order that liond for Title V the material lie bad for congress at tbe I'lmtel Mortgage oe approaching session Crop Mortgage .e Contract for Sale of Heal l'.HUte fc fVe C-ntrol i:xclu-ifly ...Clapps Shoes, ...Bostonian MI-NS SHOES. ...Monarch Shirts, ...Cluett Collars, ...Arrow Brand Collars. WEBB BROS. T7 Arc Hi OS'lrn In Nrw suit Ninrrt cFO!IINirar(IMKv:i We are now 'receiving daily our K I.I. AXIi W'INTFH STOC'F including the best Line of OA II I'KTH. MATTIXi, IIIJH, I.KNOLIl'M unit DltAl'lMJY, which e would I, pleased to have von call and examine. LEVY BROS. RHYAN MfWc a ic in.ikin v 1 1 c i i.il u i, c iu PICTURE And liiic a new iind lcJ;.ll;7l?7, -Mouldings: To stilect iron. You mii wavo nioiK-y by talc in' atlvatai (if otir jirfs.-ut prices for any work you havo in this line TYLER HASWELL. Heed ol Trust 1 Hi Deed, Warranty (all cash) M,- I Ved, Warranty, Vendor' I.ii-n .... 0it. Deed, Quit Claim lo(- l'owerof Attorney ..,..',. Land Note v.ith Vendor' Lien .ri liclease of Deed ol Tri'st fV Iti-leaseof Veiidor'i I.ien lie Transfer of Vendor's Lieu 'c proinisory Note J lur fti' HHUil t.m Haul tm Iiih. (luthrie. (1 T .Sepi. tin.-Harvey Mo Millau. an iiiiulgrant on the way from Mols-rly, Mo. to (juauah. Tel., was( killed while asleap by unknown eroiis. His Isnly wa found near Ingram. w tail Trala. Omaha, Sept. HO -Tbe Union Paciflo will put on new Chicago-Saa Francl- I Have Just Received I at. All ClCL'HIlt linn of ZSet herso e Si ver Itr,.,...!.,!. t,'.;..i.i.i.. lleartu and Bracelets, which I am selling very close, for First-cluss (ioods. 1 have a larn line of LOCK BRACELETS III SOLID COLD. '"" " - i GOLD FILLED and STERLIHG SILVER. SOLID COLD HEARTS, ETC. My line of (.Oil) MM IOC II KS are up-to-date. I call your attention to my linn of Alarm Clocks of high grades continuous alarm. Also cheaper grade fresh and new. Walnut H-day Clocks a cheap iih can bit Hold. Call for my new silver Metal Simons, W cents per net guaranteed to equal solid silver. will engrave free of charge in.m date all goods bought of us, no matter an to prico and quantity, we want your trad.t und will appreciate same Cuttilas- Silver Noveui. s, Watches, Ktc. at the loweat prices. nicii iiniHi ne seen to appre late the low prices. M. Caldwell, Agt Ileal Ku I ate Ix-sses. lcj co fast train.