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ABOU You were tliinkiii of your PALL SUIT. It will In to your sxlviin tae to K'lert it now, in order to get choice of the NEW PALL PATTP.RNS. - Our line of Samples this Season comprises the largest and Most Complete Assortment of Imported and Ibiinestic Woolens ever ehown in the City. Call and atk to see our All Wool Cheviot Suits in Brown Plaids, the latest Fall Novelty, made to order.fit Guaranteed, at IS). PARKS & WALD.RO 1 mkn'h outfitti:... THE DAILY EAGLE Kiiu-red at th foaloffii al Bryan, Ttiu, cai I Claaa mall matter. BY CONNELLY, I'At.M KR A CARNE. stU-oi a rsn Editor. scsm iitio rRici: Par Week, 1. . . Per month. 60c II&T. C. Time Card, lirys.ii. Northbound No 1 12:10 p m Kouthbotind No 2 4:(V5pm Northbound No 3 2.01 a m Southbound No 4 1:37 a m 1. & U. N. Time Table, lltarne. UT rNI. No. 1 leaves No. 3 leaves , Rant KifMi). 12 45 a. m . ..3I a. m. ...rooa. u ..i. M p. m. f0. 2 leave., No. 4 learn II. &T. C. Time Table llearue. Rl)TII BOISO. No. 1 arrive 12:f0 p. z. No. 3arnvrg 1:-Ts. m. K.J Hall went to Waco yesterday. Alex Heard was here from the Jlrao botton Kunday. J. K. Flayer of Jdillican, waa io tin city Sun-lay. (ieorge ami Will Prater anil another young man who rame in Ml nil ay night witlmut tin proper health certificates, were teken in charge y tlie health 'Hirer anil i-ent on op the road yestcr day at noon. Tim philosopher of tlie Culvert ('our ier believes in the multiplying and re plenishing injunction. IIaavi: "(icxl bleM the hahiea! It la always pleasant to hear of a bornin', ain't it?" Counterfeit quartera anil half dnllan are numerous in the llraioa l-ottom. A gentleman informed th F.agla that lie found tlx in one day. lie allowed the Kvle two or three. Ixnt Jury at-ripl No. 2131 Usual by J. C. Wiliiami, district clerk. All parties are hereby warned not to pay the same. Kinder plrana return the same to tint ottir and get reward. ,t5 A company of 33 Italian immigrants, men, women and children, arrived yes terday on the non train from Naplea. They rame hy New York and had clean bill. of health. A red hot mat aa'e is on for three days at Vye'a lginnuig Monday at W o clock. If you need anything for the inter now if the time to buy. Jt.5 pci km: K If tin Roentgen rays come into general use for customs exiiininu lions, tin- dry plates of the nine bur .lioto-raph r will be rjn-d. Mr. llirum S. Maxim w.utliu first man to pay fre for the of an electrical rub when they ' pin runing into London short lime ago. Tin- members of the Bryant St. Wins exploring expedition report a failure a tar as Bck-ntific results were concerned, but they brought back ample of g wul looking cop per ore picked up along the Alaskan cost and report a discov ery of Nles of considerable ma intude. American. In order to ascertain whether it in possible for a human body to lieoom- completely dissaolved by submerging it in ftftolutionofrru.de potash, an exjieriment wan tried a abort time ago at the Hush Medi cal College, Chirngo, HI., in the interest of tho district attorney, who wished to convict of murder a mini who wax accused of killing !n. wife and making away with her laidy by subjecting it to the action of potftrli. The experiment bowed that although the rorp remained in the bath for a consid erable length ol time, nothing re mained hilt a few hits of bone, which presumably would al-o have become dissolved if allowed t- re main longer American. RAILROAD INTO Will Ha Hallt pram Raima Dr. J mi Hill ol near Willow Hole airs. v. . . unnwsy ten Min.iay io , . f . . ,n fr viait at Millican. For lieiit My old reaideure in front of ;radel arhod huildieg. Apply to T. K. Da tie. d :M I T. C.Nunn and wife returned frm IIoiiatuD hundny. Mm. II. ft. Pavlain left Stindny lor IIouton to join her hualxind. A ladiea' tirat-4'la, lyli-h gentle liiiggy hore at a genuine bargain. Ap ply or call at tlii H'n-e. I M . 8. and .1. 1.. broach of Tabor were In therity yexterdav. Mia Jeaa e Johiiaun letmned to llearne yeaUrday. IUru to Mr. and Mr. W. C. lloyett at College, a line boy. For Sale Three good milk row with young calve. Apply to M. S. Ilroai h, TaUir, Tela. 'J'.'.t Itiairirl Attorney J. ( S-ott return from franklin yealerday. An Abilene, Kauaa man haa ued f-r divorce liet auw bia wife drnk thirty gallon ol wiue he had atoml In thetel lar f r hi oan uae. I.adie, rea I C. II. Wyae' a I. lie (talventon to attend medical lecture. Tom C. Swoj, representing tlie Ual I vediou-I'allaa New, waa in the city yefter.Uy and went out to Col!ee.. Mr. C. II. Charlea left Sunday tr lulla to j.iin hia wile, afier which they wi I p-ee,l to Atlanta. V, K. and Clilf llarria went on the road Sunday after leing lied up a week l y the quarantine. The show ' Im-iiieea haa ltn alnint bunUvl up in Simth Tnaa ly the yel low fexer M-are. Jude llendereon returneil to I'allai Sunday after aending aeveral day in the city. County Clerk O. A. Seward o( Bren ham was here Yesterday attending court. Mm. Salter and daughter, Mi- Char lie Salter, tcturneI to Calvert Sunday. Mr. and Mr, tiabe S, hwari f. f t Sun day for Cor-icana and A r. I more, I. T. Pan Franrlaeo, Oct. i. The con at rin lion of a railroad from Vancouver or some rwilnt eimt of thnt plnce on th ('anailian I'aelfle line to iHiw.'on City and the Klondike run n try In funeral will not he a very rllfflcult or epen give umliTliiklni: In the opinion of Col- IIiii-wimmI Schrelvrr of Ottawa, who ll now In this city. He iirrln il yestenlay with n party of Ottawa people, IihIik! IliK I'- Newl'ouili. deputy inlnlater td JuKtlee. In dlaruaeliiK the I, nil. linn of a road to Dawson Mr. Schrelver said: "Two aurveys are now being niad from different points In the Canaillan pacific. The latter company Is maklni one of the stirveya and the governrm-m Is making the other. It will lie nei-ew-arv m lull 1,1 only W miles of rallroail to make a go1 rail and water rmit from the Canadian Fanlnc line to Haw aon City. 'I he rnllroad cn ue operated , the year niund hut during the winter months the route will not be. cpen for Steamhonta." The chief nhjert of the deputy min ister's western visit Is to lnt thl progress of work on the Craw's Newt pan rallnKJt. which virtually mewns another Canadian transcontinental railroad. The government haa granted It a subsidy of IIo.ihmi a mile. It If telng built hy way of Nelson on l-ak KiMiienla. and will run through th Itosiland mining district. It Is unite rlil yet whether or not the new over laud line will be eitended West to tide water or Jofn the Canadian I'a IDr at Hope, which Is miles eaal of i'sn- vouer. The total lericth f the hn W III be alxillt t'.iHI mllea. ALASKA. I l-ulnli II U II m 4w jIDb'lll Jill 8ii While thoy last, I will disposo of a f numher of Buck's and Charter Oak i Stoves that I havo on hand. ? . THESE ARE RICH BARGAIN and prices are good only while the ' Goods last. Below is tho prico and number on hand : The American I'.rotherhoivl of Cripples i a national organisation jiiNt formed at St. Liuis. Thi will oo-ur to tho general public as a inoxt novel proceeding. Hut it will have it practical ride in the opportunity afforded for the inter change of views and experience that will enable many of the un fortunates less favored with means and medical advice than others to profit by their advButage. The News tender a chirring word un.l best wishes to the atliicted. (InN veston News. WACO IN A STEW. arl TrbU Way V.I .llo the Hrane-lleylnr t lmle. W'acn. Te.. Oct. 4 There Is a great deal 'f pent up evltement on tuth slib'S ss to the kidnapping of W. ('. llrann. editor of the Iconoclast, by th Itaylor students on Saturday and th forcing of him to strn a retraction ol assertions made In his paper about Ilsylor university at the point of guns. lawyers are twin consulted on both sides, aa to action fir criminal IIU-I and prosecution aaalnst the students It Is pretty certain that there will b several -ahooter case In the courts, growing out of the eiletlng Incident. llrann ha many personal friends in the cltv and the university has alao a good following and serious truuhl would not surprise anyone here. MBER ON . rORMCR Mn, HANO price NO I 1 No 7 Buck's W . . . $18 00 $13 1 No 8 " "... 10 CO 13 3 No 7 " E ... 21 00 10 7 1 No 8 " . . 21 00 10 f 1 No 7 R ... 22 00 17 ; 3 No 8 44 44 ... 22 CO 17 ; 4 No 8 44 14 ... 25 00 20 1 No 7 44 C ... 10 00 15 1 No 8 10 00 15 1 No 7 44 B ... 22 00 17 Also several Charter Oak and Penin sular stoves to closo out. Remember these are prices that can not bo dup licated and when the stock is e? hausted your chance is gono unle A valuable and line young row with young calf lor sale at a bargain. A pply at tin t nice. The Isiard of medical examiner of the llith judicial district will meet at llearne. Tuesday Oct , I1'. II. W. Cumming, Secretary. C. II. Wyse haa inaugurated a three dsys cost sale to raise m-iney. It is a regular picnic lor Urgain hunter. :'' Mi- Kate Parker returned Sunday fioin an extended trip through the n rth an I east with Mrs. 11. I.. lute and others. Professional Notice. 1'r. U . Harrison now reside, at the W. ti. Taliali-fM iraideiice, w here he will fell dress good-, staple., blanket', w ill aa usu 1 answer calls, day or lilk'ht. etc at cat Mundav. Tuea.laraii.1 Ve,l. "tbi at llsnli a .'rug store. Kesi deuce l'lione l.Mi. d2 nesdar. Dont miss It. OUR GREAT jpOLLAR SHIRTS,; FOR MEN. Men's White Laundried Shirts, line U:tlity inulin, pure IVlfort linen bosoms and wiisthands, l.uM stitcheil and reinforced throui:liout, open hack, al-o open hack and in.nt, fur $1.(H). ' Imported Madras Nc'liireo Shirts, Collars and Culls nt tatlied, $Ui. White Shirts, with fancy looius, all the late-t checks and plaid, beautiful line, at UK). We have jut received our NOBBY : STIFF : MATS, All of the Latest Shapes and Colors, which are "sure WEBB BROS. II. r A H.lh.r la. H.r I. if .a Mlrfra' Wy A.kyilallaa New York. 0t. 1. A woman and her four children were found dead by as phyxiation In the W.M Shore hotel early thla morning. The woman evi dently killed her children and commit ted suicide. They refclstered as "Mrs. Caroline Hailnlus. West Point, and four children." They arrived by the ttaln which came from Weal Point Thursday night. Mrs. Hailnlus ap pi ared to he alxnit 4il year old. The children were two bova, one about 11 ears old. the other about ?. and two girls, alsml 1.1 and ? years old. M.krwk. rpsUs Lincoln. Oct. I There are a few nut ward l-.mnlfestatlons of the political state convention, and surface Indica tion are that the meeting this after noon of the Nebraska "middle-of-the-road" Populists will be IlKhtly sttetid ed. The qiir.tlon of the regularity ol the call and the short time given thl menitr of the party to prepare for the convention contribute to tMs re sult. The morning trains brought few. you buy before J Mo o. Utthh. nil . i -6TREETS OF PULLMAN A lieewinw Ma4r4 W kirk l.ltM Tk.m I ha f-lly f klK Chicago, (st. I. -The city of CM csgo will probably take paisneaslon of the streets In the (oan of Pullman If any. outside dc!. Kate,. and the Indl-1 rrirpra, on c(in.,. Thornton has de. elded that the public has the Kami cations point to the gathering as ha al In Ita makeup. I jut year a state eon vrnilon along the same lines was held, but the fuali.u members of the l'onoia. party were In the majority and the re sult was an Indorsement of their candi date. Hteps have Iwen taken. It In riiht In. on and under theae streen that It has with the other public thor oughfares of the ty. This de laloa Is c(M tei to give Chicago poelon clalmH. to prevent a repetition id ."' we-n l" ami l.. mil. a cr improvr lhl. but If the present program ts car-1 alrm-ta In Pullman rieu out me psny principles oi p.,n i xnf. ,,pr.'.on haa plat In-, n sent to fusion will lie upheld st the epene id , . ,, , t omml-wloli-r of Public Works M r'l f-aeiiiai io... ' Mother's n : Friend 4- A novel',r '" -lratl..n to the puldlc la jrca. suffcrin(j or ..my fore of the gold rot B-,-Wyio make the ,(reep,ih-:lKH tQ he houf hen,jj.. Ines will t-',U' rropeny. for the resaon that the -v, 'Br-, ., ;,)V nf Motheflioed. O.inn. brief. It la .fltye. definite and It holds that an atual plattln flTllERlv ind about which uch tender ; holv recollections cluster a tl la " Mother "she who watchi over our hclplcn infanrv andgui the life of every KxpecUi cr is In'sct with thinner and .r fort should be m ule to avoid i so assists n.iU inthcch.nf;ct..k in place till the Lxpcctant Mother iscnu bled to look lot . ward without ai.Ma M.a sl W'erk. Cambridge. Mail., Oct. 1.-Respond-Ing-to a ral made by Captain Good rich. M men are now at work pract icing rowing. As Mr. 1-ehmsn Is not eiMled until Oct. 13. the crew work until then will be prellmlnsry, getting ready fir regular training a little later. Cnptnln (ioodrdih will row the nir i this year In fmir-oarded iills tin' I the rl-er fre-es, when the men will let up training until spring. La ha ear la.laally K 1114. San Antonio. Tel . Oct. 1.-While a lalairer named Chaa. Chitih was work ing under a rack containing sevcnil tons of Iron In Collins' foundry, the weak supports gave way and the ectlr mnas ol Iron tumbled den on hltn. When the heavy rods were renuned from him by means of Jack sr.-ws. It was found thut his ne k was brok- n, death having evidently been luxtao-taneoua. w I I Shi. Ml Tx.tt.er Colorado Sprina. ()t. scheme for the handling outnut ..f Crlt.nle Creek mines will lu' rr"l"ny. r..r the resaon that the rv,M.ril.nrr, ,hr iv of Molherlioed. put Int.. n-e by the operators at that r,,"man "'"'ranr " "tl them a. ju usc jn,urc, nfctv to the llVCt district. The plan Is to set aside ths' pu,,,lr ""'rougniarea tor many years , U)th Mother and Child, nd she is found Mronper after than be for! confinement in hort, it "makci Childbirth natural and easv." a" . .. ....I..... . output for one month, take the bullion1 """" ""m4"" therefrom, ship It to the Cnlt.al States: r,K,,u wl" l" '''-flaUy affc-ted ,y mint at Philadelphia In a single ron- a ,,,'nl'11 or "iterruptlon of thecoma, slgnment. l he bullion will t.e pla.e.1 "d enjoyment of theae prl lieges la charge of some n press company wnun can Kuaiauie ... p.in j, . ftl .fupiriror -. M.h .re b.'iinTiirnjQ rpinjn Ik-one of th largest of gold shipments the streHa. may ensue The rompsi y (UtQ rillUllL lliai T.ri ti..iTwu .i ..iitiui. .... i ...... m.i. ...r wile juria.ll. ion ( oer the streits and up to the present I have not had their rights disputed s. MT '''r,,l nore In ten mir ei...l. I- ...i. ... - "es with either of her other two Co ' r' '"'" cw rtr,nth,n ,h,aiil altogetdH-rwith he , .... ,.-., ,ne ieauon or an- ut liiTlnr rrevtou'lT eu Iur v" so m.inv have said. Dont bf A legal light with the Pullman Tal- ,,crsuajcJ to UsC anything W. e Car cominy and the Pullman I4 W ,11 Sea Mefla .mm Uindoi. Oct. 4 The Westmlnater Caiette says In Its' financial article that the weekly statement of New, thorlty and It waa on hi rro,uet tha Vork aa.a l.ted Unka favor the Idea ln " 1' that monvy will main le dearer and adds: The return Indicates thut wet are ap - la.t. haylnr reyloolr '- ties of 'Mother Friend. II hln..M t.. n ..na nectintO P- Jurisdiction over the streets Inrttt la come a NOTIIEK," says a eiil"f lliiPSKson lia, tarmi, n-n" the right of the city to grant prlvlki: lor gaa. eiectrte llghia. str.-.t rallwn. etc.. along, on and under them n. proachlng the tlnre when shipments 't , th'' tx'lnt the clash lH we. n the rtv cold from r.urope will commence. . n'l ,r" '""man authorities will e,e ....... ... .. - . when an attempt made to neclally aa lately there h;ia l-en a hck In the buying of Ann-rb nn""cur Itles for New York account, and su. h outflow will, we la-lleve, adis t tlrst the Hank of France." an attempt i made to assm. the rlghla de.lare.1 to belong to the cdy. l luav i... , ft m, iw sm ef mtpmm ea e' .' eei-a Mnia I eu. emulnlK I... m i.iu.l.. mt'raaii.Mi f.a- all M.aaen I" la KrsaarU kegalatrt ts., ItUaU, tsv Disinfect! Your Premises with Corbolinc. Tint bottle, ,r0c, mates 12) pal lons of solution. The best Disinfectant on llarth. Sold ouljr -y - SAM B. WILSON & CO. resort to injunction. . WaiiteJ-An idea StIv "ay Try Wiaek Iw lal.rmi. -. -'-"-I" Cotopavl. Col.. Ort. 4 -The first sctlou of the Denver and III.. C.rsnda : )-" ''rof,.e. narrow gauge train No. 4 met with an, "T i(.inwav,oi.. 7"'w yon? MMha thi-r mr rm --. m. John H I ill M1 HH liti, 'ai-l A - W.f mttssn, l i: , f.-r lhtr 1 " 111 ,.f ltwa Nttasara-a WNtlWM UtajV .rrMrnt JM f Sun.Uv. 1 h ! ,mny U nH m",T U K m Posit... nrrttiMU U vvi to hx Wni tUvvi inr Pl-O'm wan h.-l.l viXty to. SttantnUwJ rum.. tti npn-ft.lintf f U rniU. ! dny ami rrhitiii, inaiiiinniml i ,t mab 1.1 inilirHl. ltifT SHinusi , i ll" until Will HiXT5 th!- Uif tuiti until it-iittn in M-titrL lr r4. No fiwn V u rr mi mny llmr, Oiru ( Ui i rtrt I hriU4lii. aa.no SIMI.llt tl tl III III O lljf Ji' I Mr. II NT tourist rars. one com h. three sh pers , ' lln of Str.i t Cur Ktnploy.s of I)r(lllKliun and a pay car. One cosi n. tlie tiireai imene.v me m.at Imporiant anion 'ritctlcttl i renki ist nnu we wm an i"'iin and rolled over, on their sides. Hlryehalas I" '". m lice to the company. Fchnyler. Neb . (Vt. 4 -In the family At the siik-g.-stlon of K rf Prank lavls at Shell Creek, nln f a court In) a taken, however, was the giving f ,,. J Bulncan Xlil lCJt cr to the eve. u.lve coninil...,. f ,h, ..,,.. ...f ' Jl orcanl.atlon to order a strike with.,,,, : iLia.ilalZ eZl.Llj . ! " '" l.r, a4 a.n,,iia 1 - l''",l "I llw k. ...I In IBe am.!,!, an.l ll.r . Ieba a,r 'i(r.ifnMr. ,h ,Milh. I.lr-,l l. lnk. urt Injunction will prol.sl.lv be mr'lh,'. m..-ser. an.l nhm in. mlb north. eat. four of the seven chll- " "n. l he , "."J ,.u. , k".- a A ,KI, moll.ee are .lead a nfth . . -M iwnty dec'ar. IT-.l-m. I. aulhT ol IM..,k.hon . Nr. Mni ...... ...... - , tnis la the nrst opiM.rtunlty to i child Is in a dying r.md ..n , ami a (( ,lw . rr,t1nUn;nn,cJro;:;,: sixth victim is in a Mr. Davis went away foMir f ,r i t' 4 Iihii.I Ki.iry Mailt Ky serious condlton. ' ".', -""r. " ."" ' 7: ' I iv u.'; iaaV".'!.. early In the i " '"I " Vl'"l in th. i n,i Wrii (. pi!. 1 "li.aai Mu-i a- I rf ..rfansn... a. ItL a l morning. At brckfjat Mrs. Dav,. ma.b. I m.lnT.nr ! some such remark as. "Hat a .d , fort.l.l.l..n tv Illln. la .,.,1, 1 ? I ! t.rrakf:ist and we will al go Itogetl.er. -1 . V V? .,Bd U w.a in ik. " Pn'pose.1 10 make a legal lest with O- Etrywhalna had U-en put In tha cofle r.liract. -l-soe. llBl- I lera 14,. 1-lt.ff .1 lain.. I mm T.a.r I.a4t while k.vL..- pv..tN.a a. nirhi Ie1f.ffn.i.h nigral, J l.VPIII.WM h..b kw.., InT .... legal lest With I llc""e Or.-ra, Kmlh I hwariv III. , (VealMa lu fftr avea a-ru.v i tha at real car oytnjianjr.