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amej ElITE'-BSTfllUBMr- AroOYSTER;PARtiOR C M. CAMP, fYorrletor. NOW OPEN! v And ready to lerve all kind, of SHORT Orders And take orden (or First-Class colics ol all Hinds. Near I. & G. N. Depot, Bryan. 1 000 Q a 0 Ready For 0 inspection. Arrival of fabrics within the past few days h a practically completed jh our stock of r 0 0 SUITINQS, 0VERC0AT5, TROUSERINGS. The display is very complete, embraciug a the Dew designs and colorings. These will be Jjjf very popular during the coming season. j JOHN WITTJIAN, The: Tailor. g 0000 080d o o o J. 7. BATTS, Have la offloa the otry set of abatrao booka of Brioe ooonty Ua4 UUaa. TOR SALE. Bouth half of block naar Allen Academy. Price tAO. Auou. or and one-quarter acres ear school house In southeast part Jf town, fc n.l I kiH cottage, tenant home and veil on premises. Price 1750. 8lx room house and two lota of ground located four blocka from Main Btreet. Brick cistern on pre vdaea. Price $12o0. One quarter block near Allen Aca demy. East front. Price 1230.00. Tenna easy. 75 f set front on Railroad ateet ont Otto Boehme'a property. Will ell part or all. Lots near school house at 10 each. Also other city property ta Cystica QUAKER GRANT NO CONCESSION. fessstv VAPOR felB A T H i ' .t i Hack Service to Madisonvillc I have taken charge of the mail service from Bryan to Madi sonvillr, and have put on good, comfortable hacks. pwr mi smm From Bryan to Uadlaonvllla. The patronage of lb publie respectfully requested. Letre calla or neaaages wU) the undera-ned or at lot Poatofllpe, Si W. Buchanan. Cat;nets for salt v t; J and in use by th Eichange n i I i snaring ranor PRICE complete MO The .tew Mineral Water HEPTOL SPLITS IS "IT." Thinking people now realize that dosing the system with Calomel, Pills and other strong purgatives is a grave mistake and very injurious. The physical organs occasion ally become tired and fail to repond to the duties of na ture, thereby clogging the sys. tern and then a stimulative laxative is required to remove the accumulated poisons and to again start in motion the I vital machinery ; for this pur Q pose some mild non-injurious (remedy hould be used. That ...L. js wiiai I sTbbAttaVaTaTaiabosaiattettao stove Repairs. W. W. Crtffla U it It again. Hat complete Una of parta for Cook and Heating States, and ran mak yoar old Bwt gt.a jou good eerTlce. Give me a trial. Leare ordi-ra at my home or drop ma a card through the poatoBce. W. W. GRIFFIN, BRYAN. TEXA9. T. OkSltliilllVllSllVllilllHilJaiiitVlVi5sSs SAN AflTOHIO II1TERHATI0IIAL FAIR Costs October 29, 1302.' I Heptol Splits are for, DELICIOUSLY PALATABLE, GENTLE IN ACTION, GRATIFYING IN RESULTS. Heptol Split meets the np proval of all. Everyone should take lltptol Splits. Don't you be the last to try it. Sold at drug store, soda foun tains, cafes and bars a.t 15c a Split. Manufactured by the Morrison Drug Co., Waco, Texas. Wilson & Jenkins. Diatiibtlng Agent for Bryan Oeaaelera Ate Deermlae4 Kigtil lb Mtaata tm b Lwl IMlrb. Wtlkeabarre. Fa. Sept. 17. President Compere of the American Federstlot of Labor ao4 Prealdent M.tchell auc the national treasurer of tb I'nitec Mlae Workers, tone! her with the illt trict prealdents of the same organlsa tlon in the anthracite r'on, spent th bst part of the dajr Id tcrrrt confer enre here. After the mftlnK nont Who partUIpateJ was In a communl catlve mood. President Mitchell talc It was a regular monthly meeting ol the executive board of the I'nitcd Mint Workers, and Mr. Gompers and Mr Wllnon, happening to be coming thl way. allpped oerv Mr. Gompers. when axked what waa the object of his vlsll to strike headquarters, replied: "I simply came here to look over th strike eltuatloo. I tlnd everything In excel Irnt aliape. The strike la beina ably conducted, and I learn there ! enisle relief for all the strikers." .Mr. Gompers waa aaked whether th federation would be aaaeased to SUP- rrt the minora He anawered that tbt trades unions now comprising the fed eration are making voluntary contri butions to help the mlnjra. and that iff 11 is neceanary to give additional aid It will be done. Mr. Gompers said the annual con ventU.n of the federation would not be railed at an carl r date than Novem ber to take action on the strike. The breaker at the Connlneham mln or the Prlaware and lludaon company was atarted up and waa In operation for several hours. It la not knowa how much coal was run through the breaker. The breaker of No. 2 mine. operated by the same company, at Plymouth, waa also put In operation. CONFERENCE OF LEADERS- Tky RU St Iwin mm Will OIa Owl Natblag t lb rbl!e. New York. Sept. 17. A conference of the leading anthracite coal inter ests was held Tresday afternoon at the Philadelphia and Reading com pa ny, iBcee. Thue present included President Daer of the Reading road. President Trueadale of the Delaware Lackawanna and Wentern, President Fowler of the New York, Ontario and Western. President Walters of the Le high Valley. Preaident Ollphant of the Delaware and Hudson. Irving Stearns of C'oxe Bros. & Co.. and John Markla of G. B. Markle t Co, The two last earned represented the Independent operating tntereats In the hard ccai Industry. The precise subjects of the confer ence could not be learned but It wa stated In advance of the met-tlng that no conceaalons will be granted and that recent events of a semi political character would not be seriously con aldered. Following a meeting with J. P. Morgan, John Markle maOe t&ls statement: "I do not think It neceaaary to r peat that all talk of conceaalons on the part of the operators Is foolish and certainly without foundation. Out pnaltlon now la tat same as when Mr. Mitchell made his original prupi tlons and no different ttat U-n tb strike began. "We said then that we would make no concessions and we repeat It now. There Is no reaeon why this should not be understood. The operators have shown that they man It and I repeat only by way of emphasis There is Just one war to end ths strike by the men returning to work and every day they remain away bi giving willing ears to Mitchell's ape clous promUea only w'Jl entail fur ther loas and suffering to thm. Con dittoes are Improving dally, more men are returning to work and more coal Is being mined. "So far as recent attempts at set tlement are concerned. It la only nee eaaary to aM that every effurt from Senator Ha&na down has beeo futile. We have defined our poaitlun and will maintain It" E0Or THE REBELLION. Stat Araae are Still Balaa; Iaria4 la tb.C.a.trr , aictirAvT Victoria. B. C. Sept. 17. A Jetter received from a thoroughly tr Mat wor thy Ch:aeae correapondent at Nanking states the rebellion Is entirely at an end. General Ma, one of the ablest Chinese officers In the south, waa kill ed. Though the rebellion, so-called. has ended, the disquieting feature of the situation is that a large quantity of up-to-date rides Is still being Im ported constantly. Chinese complain that they are smuggled over the Ton quln frontier. The town of Tunghua Halan, north east of New Cbwang, Is reported occv. pled by the brigand leader, Liu Tana Tsae and his followers. Making this their headquarters, they are said to be busily looting all the districts around. The Boxers are still active In Cheng- tse and Increasingly so. The steamer Hlgo Marus. which was sent by the Japanese government to the scene of the recent eruption at To rlnhama has returned to Yokohama. According to the news brought by the steamer, a landing was effected with' I considerable difficulty. The emotion had wrought a complete tramtforma-j tlon of the Island and the Inhabitants,' anil animals bad disappeared and no' Imitation left as to what had become' of them. The highest of three peaks. w 1 PI 'i 1 .... 1 a NABORS BROTHERSi UXDERTAKURS AND EMRALMI-RS. We ate giving careful peronn! attention to this department of our business and have a well selected stock of collins, caikets and undertakers snpplics at prices to suit any purchaser. Prompt Rervice at nil hours, day or night, for funerals entrusted to our direction. a a a 0 a PUONF. 41. JNLcVBORS BROS., aaa Brynn. on the Inland, known as Komo Cby- ania. had lin blotted out. and a crater had been formed partly In the plai'S, where the peak stood. The crster Is still sending forth lliKk smoke of sul-J pltur, with awful subterrauean rumb lings. A .AH.I.I.MM. .iiKal.l.HA. ma tlceable at the spot where the dwel lings of the Inhabitants had stood prior, to the eruption. All the Inland was strewn with aahes, gravel and boul-j ders, and only aloiit a fourth part of, tne normal isiaud vegetation rvmaim-a In existence. FRANKLIN UROTIIORS... it n t & I M It, II 6.S av a nitr ffMlfll KrraIAaaeill ak. - aw . Urf.e Li 1 n p iHAAi "VJ. niUt, WUUI OeV PCLTS aV PECS O WW PI sk BERESFORD'S OPINION. asawaawaiiM Ha Tblaba lb Rbaaa lUtllaa ! lbs Army mmd Na-y m Oum4 TralalB( abal. New York. Sept. 17. Admiral Lord i Charles Bcrenford. of the Kngllnh navy,' has arrived here for a stay of three weeks. I "I l;ave followed the Ann rSun naval and army maneuvers with much in terest," said he. "I do not conHlderi that Amerb a has wanted any money In the powder that was burned In the a 00 0000 00 00 00 0 00 0 shsm war game. We are beginning to do that, too, now, and. I think It Is one of the best things for the training of the navy and army and to see Jut where the weak points In a country s wsr force lie." About the shipping combination Lord Bi-rebford said: "I must confeas that we are a little frightened, not at the probabilities, but at the poHslbllltiea. It Is ridicu lous to talk of England forming a rival combination. We can't compete with your railways and meet the through rate, which Is the rate that pays." REFUSES TO RECONSIDER. (Sanaa Stlcba Ilia Itaaalallaa la Withdraw fraaa CaacraaalMal Raae. Is Moines. Sept. 17. Speaker Hen derson refuaes to reconsider his with drawal from the congreaalonal race in the Third district The following tele gram was received today la re sponse to a request to reconsider bis action: "Dubuque. I.v, Sept. 1 Messrs. I-afe. Young and S. W. Itathbitn. Dee Moines: Your Joint telegram sln-erely appreciated, but ran not reconsider, for after an are spent In fighting for my country, state and district. I tan not arquleace In admlnlMterlng free trade polaon to cure the truat evil, which I abhor. D B. HENDERSON." aeerel Calllartae Blartaa'. Scrantan. Pa., Sept. 17. The Dele ware and Hudson company started up three collieries, making six collieries and three washerlrs this comp' has In operation. The Ontario and Western company now has three mines and three wash lers going. Altogether the companies having headquarters here claim to be operat ing 19 collieries snd 21 washerles. with an estimated dally output of 20,000 tons. A deputy at the Panroast colliery was chased by a crowd and to hold them off he discharged a revolver. He was later arrested by the borough author ities and sent to Jail for discharging firearms. Teal Chalas Baread. Penlson. Tet., Sept. 17. The Katy coal chutes at McAU-sIer, I. T., were destroyed by fire Monday night. The loss on the chutes and coal li about ZZQ0. Two coal cars were burned; loss shout $2500. The loss Is covered by blanket Insursnce policy. The chutes will be rebuilt by the company at once. Kaa lata Opva Bwltrb. Ennls. Tex., Sept. 17. The south bound Houston and Texas Central pas senger train Tuesday ran Into an open switch at Ferris and collided with a train of flat cars. The paaseujer en Kin was disabled and some of the Oat cars were derailed and broken. No one Is reported hurt Mrs. It aw. a Daad. IS Tarh. Tex.. Sept. 17. Mrs. Ttowen, wife of the deputy United States con sul g-meral. J. Allison Bo wen. died Tuesday after a long and painful Illness. Foraat Firva la T.rrltnrr, Paris. Tex., Sept. 17. Parties In from the Territory report that fore; Area have been raging In the Jacks Fork mountain" for several "vs. Neiblag la Say. Oyster Bay, Sept. 17. The Associa ted Press report from Dubuque, la., an nouncing that Speaker Henderson bad declined to be a candidate for re election to congress was the ,rst Inti mation of that fartthat any of the president's senatorial callers had been receded. They had nothing to say on the subject. Victim of laju.tlr. Rome, Sept. 17. Enrique Terex. pro curator of the Spanish Gerolutte Fath ers In Rome, has presented a volumin ous report to the Vatican, contending that his order In the Philippines Is a victim of much Injustice and libels, claiming Its right to remain there and be protected by the government. Call far t'eadlMna of lianas. Washington, S-pt. 17. The control ler of the currency has .'tsued a call for a statement of the condition of National banks at the tlose of business Monday, Sept. 15. NEWS IN BRIEF. A hallxtorm did conslili-ralile d.nnsgs In Mills county, Texas, especially to open cotton. The citizens of Vlnltla. I. T.. voted $12.040 In school Imncl fur the purpose of buying a school building. Col. T. C. Copeland, a prominent pension attorney at Butler, Mo., was adjudged insane and sent to the Ne vada asylum. Four masked burglars entered tho postofflce at Arcadia, Ind., blew open tho safe with dynamite, and secured about 1 .100 In money and Ftanips. Fred Boxlleter. aged U. was kllM at Dubuque, la., while sterling a ride on a Great Western freight train, lie fell under the wheels and was ground to pieces. George Nlpr"r, a wealthy rr.ttleman of dsn-more. I. T.. Oo dUapp ared ten years ago. hm been located at Denver, Col. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E(JPI0N OIL! 0 0 0 0 0 The Best on Earth. 0 :0 Eupion is sold by the following dealers: 0 The Bryan Grocery Co; Ede Broe; Sanders Proa. V Co; Cole Broe; Thoe. W. U'.gg; Geo. V. Hires; D. C . S Zuber; Kernole Proa; Jno. M. Lawreuce A Co; Saunders A Johnson; Pansby A Uanaby; Howell Brothers. J. II. Mawhlnney, S00000000 00000000 1 IMIIIIIIIIIlllMaaaaiaag Not Alone Bread but Cake and Pastry has ptead the fame of the TEXAS BAKERY Many wKa thoiisbl that only home mada lKuKtini,U, ( .-, C''klw, Wal-ra. era St to eat, hat r-hancd their mind Ine tratlnf eura. Thy ara foun t mti k superior lo asytbiag praUucaa by the amalaur eubk. OTTO BOEHME MbM TURNIP SELD. I have 100 pounds of choice, fre;h Tur nip seed, assorted varieties now is time to plant TYLER HASWELL. NEW O I T Y... BAKERY! FRESH BREAD, CAKES AND PIES always on hand.... PICNICS AND BARBECUES ramlahee' say saioaat of Braaa, ste.ee iwraty f our hosra soUoa. :: 1: Eala rcooi ooa Soor aortb of Haswaya. F. GRIESER, Proprietor.