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DO YOU KNOW that the difference between freh and atale drug! may be the difference between life and death, when thoie drug are compounded to fill your doctor's prescription? Stale drugs have lot their virtue, and have little or no medicinal vilue. We fill prescriptions with fretrh drug only. You take no risk when you trade with u. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF TOILET ARTICLES AND STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES and our price are never high. Your patronage is invited with the assurance of rair treatment in every transaction. M. H. JAMES... IIP . . . . . . r,!il ml 'I'hmlfiinl lu.v k-lr.ul,t lo rl rf mr Mj frt.n.li, in1 Irn ..r iliry ,rji,.l vou rn-oiiinirml Ih.-m la b. 1 hatr Urn ..idrriMK lhr )rr lt ti III" 'Vh.niri,f lit"." nd 1 flul Bol r-t i,vthlnif that wmiM ilu ln mny ",! until 1 trlr.l ,i,urmp.ii wr: 1 irlio Uuuluto WlMol ( arriul uidjruu, .,r it rlirl m. Mrs. I. H. CAMI'llU-L. f nf In r-. mjulnnf nl rttrMtlm,, a1tm r"HH .,'H, I"".. ' Il. la.M' .1 V T Jnuui lb CliIUiM MMiriM Ct, iballijut-a, lana. I TURKEYMUST PAY. rattlMhlp K'nlurky Will Make lm onatrllw fur liiilomnllj. WanliiiiK't"'!. Not. if). Tim Ant plw, tmttli,nlili Ki'iiturkr now in tlm M,-tl- itorraiit-nn wiitcM linn bct-n urilcrwt to toucli ut Siiijrna, Turkey, on hr way ! to the l'liilipi-inc. Thu Ktutmky, luu ; been fu tlio Muilititrmncaii wutcri fur oiii Uaya, nmlu a atop at Al riii porta mi, I ia now at NiiiI, Italy. She UKoiiiKtu Manila via tlie Su- canal Mute and in in command of Cajitaiu Colby Uluvttcr. , Thn Kcntucky'ii prcsi'iico in Turkish water will tm ('incident with thn re. Dewed clTorta on the utrt of tile mini: u iktriitiou to colliK't from tint TurkiHh Kovernuivnt indemnity claimed by thn United State Koverumunt for duuiue to niiiwioiutry ,M rty in that cuuutry (uuuuutiut to ilOO.ixxt. fire at San Aulunlih 8an Autonio, Nov. 20. The A. D. Frank commny, wholeaale grs-ers, and Uol.1. Frank A Co wh wde dry gr.Kl., j ufferwl a los of f .'..0,000 from fire. The loa 1 fully covered by inaurauce. The fire Ntnrted in the c( liar of the gro cery dciarttucut whilo tho watchman wa iu the ttore and did great ihtmag,' to the building. Thu watchman wa thrown out of thu buildiug by a police ofllcvr, lu the course of which rough handling the watchman lufTcn-d a brok en arm. A lireniau wa caught by foil lug timber and wa m-rlonsly hurt. Olrl uiilnlr KIvm. San Antonio, Nov. 20. May Diamond tho Kirl who bucumt unconnciou from double dixto of iituriilittia ramu to lifo auaiu whilo Conner Umwliield wa holding au luiuiwe over tlm upx,eil corpae, and while thn undertaker wu ou hand with tho dead waou to removs the body to thn morgue. Thn woman wu put under an elect no Imttcry aud now tho doctor Miy alio ha a fair chauco to ni.rnr. Thn coroner aud UudcrUker retired from the aceuu. ('haiitElng Vamt Klvr. YirkHbiirtf, N'oT. 20. Actual work on thn cmml whudi i intnnileit to deflect tlm course of the Yaxon river ami hrin that nr. -niii through old river aud Lako Centeuiinil and Inlo thn MiaaisHippi at a iiint about two mile lielow the city ha Ih'Kuu. At nreseiit the Yazoo cmt tiei into the Mixni-i.'.ippi ihrro mile bovo thu city. Thu length of the caiial U a little lew than Keren mile and the total cot I estiinatvd at I,jH0,iniu. Tb work i uuilertitkeu for thu ptirpoae. of jflviug the city a riiianent harbor. IrsliM K(ua lu Work. Chicago. Nov. 20. HuuuiiiK at full pecd, with the air bruku rufuaiug to work, northbound l.al train of the Korthwevturu Klevalvd road cnuhed into the rear end of a crowded eiprew train at the Chicago Avenue elevated atatlou laxt nighL Five jM-raou were injured aud mauy other were kuocked down aud covered with Klaaa (hakea Ifvin the car windows. Tht Lfmliny lnigyUl, llrynn, Tint. r rr. Happyold age Vtvnr wmntfi who htv nniM rw1 health bU their life ltin l faWr when thjr tvrh th f forty -four. ThT Brroand irritab) .uxi tuflVr with lick hrftilvbra. Their liver r torpid, thWr dc-aliin t 1mirrl tud their Umel r lrrfirumr. Tin mm rsperirnrinff rhw(rof lfi.,f Ami It la not trmtiirtltal thnrrMMtHm of ihm tuenalruki hfttut ftftr thirty cht rprrAtlnn ahould disturb th triteui Knit Ui the. atrmi(ft mnititut.ua. 1 hi trying rh.. b no terror fur ft wuinu who u- Win f ( artful. It rmilria up hrr trvtim ami .n part her for th fin1tl. Whfti tho rhmiicn of lift t not f-ly ruel. a ima uuirkljr bcnniraa InvalM. Miiintwnnt; tl )naa arc r mi r frn .nrrrn-! acln 'tjr ni they rj-artn tfrravifttx fnrm. If you take tu cif HT'lul ff-iT'ilnrly wlifq appnuwhllitf the rtiaiifi f lift jim wu 1 a"urr I.Hter Ij-vt.i lua )u iiv tfr injoyrtl Inform. A ltMMv :-l 'J rt'tful lialm will bi )uur n-uanl. Mr, f aa rum. a'''r a. n i Ihn'f i ar it h "rhatiiri of M"." I h-.f..nl il , lr-lraiiiffil, thn rN! j.-ttif'-n iim Hi. nm i J VS uic u( t .tfli.t, ft'iimi at witii it lerfWtlv. .Minna? dth'---.tiv. li.fr an. kidney uffr'-t iti, anl ihnmtfif mMiritif aii'l ilum l. aT i.aio a hc.1 iin.i b.y uu..m. I hilt r''Hminn,!Mil v.u U m. .if Marjr lUing tulluwatl. Kiiiih Citr, Not. 20. Kdward L Bvnu-f who riil from Kanwui Uity four uioutlm tigo aftnr nbtaiiiiuK a lnr miu of money from tmuki IIimuIiou( tin rountrr lr ini,itua of chiiilicni.i cattl.. iuurti:u-. i In-intf follovil clowlr lr di-Ui-tiTi in South America ami will 1 arrfti- rikI bnuKlit hack here if liu "t'' country whero tlm ftrailttnn luw" WuulJ u"1 muiluro will bit U)iu . 1 taken. Ilrulhar anil Hlalar Keunil luail. Il.H'kford. 111., Nov 20.--The bodioa of V I Hi it in and Mary Yiitct, brother aud iter. were louud by neighbor at their In, me in tin city. Tho two lived uloiiit and li(h of mi advanced ago No luurk of violence wi re found on tho bodie and It la pnktlilu that death wa canned by git from a ooul stove. The coroner will uiaku an investigation. Will Set ,rcr,t. Washington, Nov 2') - Trunk 1' Sar gent chief ,,f the Urotherhood uf I-coo-motive Kireineii, to whom wa tendered the utile of chief of the bureau of iigruvmg and printing, lias dvcldud not to take the psiaitiou but to remain at tbn bl,ul ,,f , or .nlllIntll)U u .,..,.,. now represelita Tnias liitanlleg lleusa Law. Laredo. Tex . Nov 20 -Two railroad men who w, re tried here under thn 'fi'ius Ixiardiug house law for failing to pny board The justice of thu pwe hold that under a recent decision of the higher court of Texa thu law wa un constitutional and diachargiug the de fendant. Population of Two Ktalaa. Washington. Nov. 20 Thn popula tion of thu itatu of Minnesota ia 1 , 7 M , . 8'Ji agaliut l,.102,H2tl iu IVjO. Tin l an increase of 34 5 pur cent. The population of tho atate of Penn ylvauiu I 6,:i02,llj againai S,20:i,O14 iu Ih'JO. Thl I an increase of l!i H per cent. Nummlt attack by I c.looa. Snmmit, Mi.. Nov. 20. A cyclone atruck the lower edge of tho city demol ishing two residences, damaged a dozen other more or leaa, leveled fence and uprooted tree. Mr. A. II. Alhs-m and Molluo Norman were auriously injured. Wtiarton llrnoirral. (Vlrlirale. Wharton, Tex., Nov. 20.-Democrat of Whartoti am celebrating the recent election. Thu county for the tlrst time ilnco jsco went DeiuiH-ratic from the presidential elector down to constable. Il,l,ii,atl I'laea fur Wuleult, New York, No. 20. Tho Herald' Washington ecial ayi thoam has andor to Russia and Austria are to retire. Wol outt will probably go to St. l'eteraburg. I'rohlliltlua Elaetloe Onlareil. Nocoua, Tel., Nov. 20. A prohibition elected ha been ordered for Muutague county on Dec. 1. rue I tic Kiprt'HM Co. Have placed their Money Order on sale at Iteed'a drug store, where they can he had at nil hour w hen alore ia open. J. A. McJleeii I agent. 317 PARTITION CHINA. That Is the minute End the Pow en Hare in View. OUR INDEMNITY LOST The l alted State Will (; IbU 5e Deal Whhh Will Retalt la the Di ( neaiberaieat ef the Ce lestial klngilutn. Wa.hlngtoii, Nov. 20. -The Chin Begotiutiou have reached a moat aeri ou itagu. The actiou of the powers are making partition almont inevitable. The United State face the probability that It will either have to take a Uce of China or go without any indemnity. Iu that cjw it la poailively asserted by high authoruie that the United State will go without indemnity. The United Statu may ucced iu re. ducing the deumiid of other powers, aud i now makiug every effort to thai .,.,1 t.i i.h .... i.,...ii. . . f uroeaa. Every nation ha disavowed any In tention of dismembering China, but that merely relate to I'iamemhermcnt a a puuisliim-nt for the boxer uutrage. No nation ha pledged itaelf to avoid tahing a course which will aoouer oi later make dismemberment inevitable. It i firmly believed lu offlcial circle in Washington that the power aru pro- ceinlitig delitxTittely with thu intention' lif lirili.'ititf fili.tiit u .ihni,l..n .t.C.l. Com pi 1 diaiuembermeut. The whole ipuestiou hinge ou the amount of tho money indemnity to be deinauded. While tho United Statei has lint (diicinlly aut a maximum tigur for the iiideiiinity, it i the utioilicial t,iiiiioa of Nome of the highest olllcen, of the government that .f.'oo.issijNiO i, all that l'lu:ia can pay. Tin- taiwcr art dc-meu of nwelliug the indemnity to at li .lit ! ii'e that amount. Two course are considered for th iym, iit of tin hirev indcinnity. Uich is innoceut ou it faiv, but both menu partition, and the American govern ment t ao snre of it that a s, ,n as pow er adopt either coursi', tin country will ritire from thu concert and lose nil but a faint chauce of ever recovering any in demnity. Of course it is to exact terri ing t the fact t lint lr. I! toriul pledge. Thiltho wuuo thing h . .m,.,!,!,. i ,,.r.. a rtitiou for it aimply nuiins a tuort- gage which I. certain to be forUud. The United State will not have any thing to do with thil scheme. The other plan i to have China issue bond, guaranteed by the siwer. Thi, in the opinion of the American govern ment, mean partition just a surely a tho first achemo. The bondholder. would have recourse to tho guarantors, I trial treatment of his tiiil.MKN who could not fulfill their Kuarantee. l:i:.Mi:)I:s and teach hissvte f except by taking territory. Partition , ., , ,. . 3 .. 'Iloi ure f.,r ( ai.trr i. Deafness. by tht mean may nps ar a thing of , the distunt future, but u hifh olllcial id! "" "fHi" ID n,l, N tho government luw recently given itaj ' "ir""' Lungs, hi delils-rato opinion thut the Is, ml. n hcmo would bring itlxiut artitiou al most u whui a thu other. Thn United State will not guarantee any bond. How the United .Stales can coli.s't it indemnity if it d,c stay out i a mystery. The government otllciuls frankly give up the conundrum. The United State will not, of course, ur. render it claim and give Chum a re ceipt in full. It will eudeuvor in every way jsiasible to get it indemnity, but there ia no way osn iu the Immediate future, if thu power carry out their plan. The United State hat therefore, only one way of getting indemnity. That 1 by inducing the other power to reduce their demand to an indemnity which China i aide to pay. The administra tion i hos-ful of aucce, but o far it ha made no progres. and tho chance teem to Im all against it. Thn United State petit alsmt J0, 000. Ono in going to Pekin aud thi coun try' demand for damage to person and property may range from fl0,0O0,00Q to t-.'0,o00,000. Hut the other power are actively swelling their uxvue a much a possible. To l'roe Ha la A Ilea. Fairfield. Ia, Nov. 20 Hennelt Sell, wood ha departed for hi old home in Ohio on a ss uliar mission. He ha not been home for 40 year. Sunday he read in atiewspa)erthit lie wa thought to bo dead, and that a decriss of court hail tx-eu aectired declaring him o. A large i stutn to which ho i heir is In volved, and he i going homo to con- luce hi sorrowing relative that he li alive. HIiHlillkr'a (lil Oulpiit, Seattle, Wash., Nov. 20.-Dun"erin Pivtuelle, chief clerk at tho gold com missioner' otllce at Dawson, eatimatet the tist waaon's Klondike outnut id gold at f JU.ooo.tXJO a aguinat IT,ia)0,fHKjj !,,r iv.tu. ext year gohl output of tlm Klondike he think will reach f.'j.ooo,. OIK). Of tin yenr' aliipmuiit of gold United Stat- Consul MCook ha rec ord of f 14, 4oo,lo. Cemaillan Oil Itaail, New York, Nov. 20. Joaeph Ott, th comedian, died here Monday iiiglil of complication of dineaae. Hn wa taken 111 alsmt two week ago. He leave I widow. Mr. Ott wa born iu Chelaea, Ma., 38 year ago. Gould Kali ia Va.hl. New York, Nov. 30. Oeorirn J.Onnld old hi yacht, Atlanta, fully equipped aa a war veel, to Venetaela fUj.000. for lo man $oiicHtih0$ .-IJi. "V ' i;.-;i ' f 1 n f T . D L t l I M C f vf I u u c 1 " K K U U I N S 0 N Oilicc-at M. H. .Ijiiu's' Ihug Sti'if THURSDAY and FRIDAY. NOV. 29, 30. bill- than ,, ,f ,. , , ' ""i 1 ' '' inning ins in-t Nit, unit i.u in- to the further fact that he him received niiiiieroim letter aince lib last v Uit re,iiestiug that he return at hi- earli- est com ellielice Jhe has decide, I to ' r'""n. and will again -ive Kltl'.i: FrccljTrial Treatment All siilT, is ppl. lug in person will li- welcome t,, a ;i:i: trial of In. Uoldiison.. (oddoii K-iiniliis. i has lifted the darkness ami blight o( the word Ini iiralde" front Diseases of the .Nse, Throat. I. lings, live mid Fur. FYFS examined mid advice u to the proper Use of g lllhsesa ml t lie kind the eyes r illil'e. What is life without sight, hcarinj:, taste or smell? And w ith all the terrible alf, ctioim of the . Nose, Throat and I. tings it h nil the horrors of Consumption Mur ing those lllllicted iu the face. Life, with all its pleasures is now within the reach of all. The ninny excellent reports of lib solule clu es, and ah-oi pt ion ol ( ata racts by Dr. liohinson'M Alisorplion 'l'ri;i t mi-tit . Is most valuable tot!nM otllicleil wiMi I'alaracls, tin y do not have to wait to go blind ; or until the Cataract is ripe, but ran get. u cine 'i'l"iiul tl if knife. Dr. Koliiiisoii w ill teach his syMein to all those inter ested. Don't wait until nil hope bus vanished, but consult Dr. Itiihinson mi his dates, Thursday and Friday 0 J at M.M. James drugstore BRYAN. SB fn Ifpvnn IU V J till Just Keep WE WILL DO IT RIOHT. OR IT WILL COST YOU N0TIIIN0 We mean luisinc and are we are doing it, too. Others When you let J,avc j.r time? 'Plume ii. American (ict one of Che iTOaaazine Cyclone Ccurist buckeye Ulillis a Cclcntan.- ix inlh pleasure ami the puhl.cl, call mi me a! my u ir tin:. t..re m ir !he .'- f (',,;,( h-hl. 'llesiiUst the t,(ucxt ami fieshtxlsM lni,;s in 1'iis r,1, put in .' r the ixt ,. July, tc,,rrx,i full hue "f MoilUiitius, Toiltst. Art ic,l(!s,; Fino j 1 JHMiiinorti, K .1 ti ; S t i o no ry, -J l'Miivorhifj F.xt,r;icl,s, Kto. 5 MtMMMM8mteMHMMMltHtMMMWa I pm:si i!iiTiiis rit.t t t) I 1 "MK and sv.r. mi: X a DAY Hit Mi; HI THIS X X X 1 i X- M. MrDouiiald, 1 1 f fot.t.Klii: UK l'IIAHMrV, Z h a i. t i m o it k. BRYAN. 3 3 aiiiiia...aa..tttt1ltrttgtt(ttt),,tt .. . 'I. i i. aw j i. OLDEST INSrUANCK AfJENCY IN 11 K VAN ; i:staiu.isiii:i) is:s. v-i i i i A. I). ncConnico, Tire, Life and Accident INSURANCE. Nothing 1 mt the liest companies rep: li .Mitctl, Personal .md c. ireful attention t;icn to the Im-.iness. Insurance I Specialty. Am agent f,,r the IT.NN .MlM'l'Al. Life Ins,,,, iiiice company nf l'hi!.t,!cii!ii.i, wlm offer tin ,fsf lontt.uts of any life einiip.itiv, ak for sieciinei copy; also lepu-setit the Fidelity C.isualty, ami tlie M.i'til.iml Casualty Acci ilctit Insiiraine C'o's. Your Inisincss icicitfullv snjieitcd. I I I i I : I .1 i.t I -4 I 1 rra'rant as rijo prinR Hoary with ago 4 when rightly used that's SOLD BY J. L. HEARNE, BRYAN, TEXAS the Change! In your home town and it will help it grow. We would like to get every piece of laundry in Bry .tn, and if you will give u fair chance, will prove to you tid it is to your interest to let u do your laundry work. , lure to d the l est of work. say so. you'll likely ay the same bundle. Won t you try ut Eaundry, ca these Ciinicras! And! I v ji next L I Iclils i : jil.ires ; mci hanii a! clianc tiuikcs it pos silde t i t.ikii i j piitnics in as many seconds. film Camera in ,!i!'ot: t.i!.cs putmcs 5 i-tlv i-j: ! oils iii ,in, u j' vji in von ! i t. 'Tie "I" v t .i'",m- U:imci .1, .in- t'u- ,,t tl ,- . 'ii ,!e .11 s ; m, ' 1 i'ci 111. uic l,,r t; c ne 11 ' . (Ji' t'u -e C'.iniei.is :! v ".it Is .,!. 1, S-.:: u'H . f,,,i, T N o w cl r 11 q s f , o r o a ar k a" v v K te K ar a a' a prUk Vi :l i;rife r:v frirmh ami a I aa --aa ..aa ., . fruit Pure as a mountain j i l and fa Messing to men HAUPEH WHISKEY y- T-rFTTTT'; ? y -y y y t--