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Bryan, Texas, Tue5day Mornlr.ly 11, 1905
Price 5 Cents
Tenth Year. No. 185
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Blended especially for ice . tea.
It has the quality and flavor.
75c 85c and $1.00 per pound
respectively.
SELLERS OF FRESH ROASTED COFFEE
EIGHT TORN TO ATOMS
IVrrible Kwulta of Premature Kx
Iloion of a Hlast.
TWO IlLOWX IN MVEIi
Particles of Flesh Boas of the
ro.ortsiit Vlftlsu Were Stat
terrew la Home laitaacss
Twa II soars Tare's.
We receive
IS
1 VoWWEYS
Chocolate Bon-Bons.
Fine candies every week.
Stock always fresh.
M. H. James
Leading Drdggist.
Ilsrrlsburs;. Pa.. July 19. rich t men
were blown to pieces and two other
a ere Injured by the prematura eiplo
alon of blf blast of rock powder on
the Pennsylvania railroad lmprove
menta near New Cumberland Hun day.
The accident orcured directly across
the Susquehanna river from tha scene
of the Pennsylvania railroad wrack on
May 11. In which twenty-three persona
were killed and many others Injured.
All the victims of Sunday's disaster
were employe of P. B. Kerbauf h At Co,
Incorporated, contractors, who ar
building- the double tracks for tha
Pennsylvania rsllrond to connect with
tha Knol yards. Tha bodies of tha
men were terribly manfled and parti
cles of flesh and bones were scattered
for ad 1st am of 100 yards. Tha dead:
James Wiseman, dynamite worker.
Buffalo.
Arthur Green, colored. H.irrlsburg.
' Prsnk Millah. a HUv.
I Three Italians and one Hlav. known
I only by numbers.
The Injured: William Heed, colored,
will probably die; William Miller of
Idavllle.
Not s trace of the two colored men
who were killed can be found, and It
la supposed their bodies were blown
Into the river.
The coroner's Jury rendered a verdict
of premature explosion from an un
known No blume Is attached
to the contractor.
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CrV ea cALiroRNiA points, no jnhLsJ "'.rT 1 , 'l
P$ IT3 SERVICE 5PEAK5 FOR IT5EIF.I K iu 4;M
till!
INSURANCE
This is quite a feature of my business. I represent
two atronif and liberal companies, whose coutracta
are free from the usual numerous restrictions that
some other companies have, which really tiayo Inn
effect of Insuring the company instead of the insured.
No trouble to explain the policies aud quote rates.
VcClDKNT TICKKTS These are adapted to
pVrona who do not desire yearly Insurance, but who
wish protection on short trips, etc. I Issue them
without written applieation.taklnfff ffect Immediately
I is t(ot at Drya for tbs
OUrsr Typewriter, tbs only stan
dard v 1 1 1 b 1 a vrttlnc mtrbtoe.
GEO. A. ADAMS
Office in Parker build. Telephone 26S
Admiral Krugsr Assumss Charge of the
Knias Potemkine.
KustrnJI. Roumarila. July 10. Ad
mlral Krucer Sunday afternoon board
ed and took ossslon of the Itusslun
battlenhlp Knlas PotPtnklne. King;
Charlns of RoumanU havlns; s-nt In
structlons to the commander of the
squadron that the veswl tie delivered
to the Husxl.in authorities without
raising difficulties.
Tlie tor-loloiit whlih scomrnnled
the K.1I.1I I'oteinklne. however, left for
tKjefoia w ithout suretiderliiK. dci I..1I1.K
that Hlie had mutinied, but that the
K11..1. Potemkine had forced her to
follow. I
Admiral Krtiprr arrived with Ms
p'.ia!rm Sunday tnornliiK. and after
if hantlt ,( the ctietoinnry salutes nn 1
Int Im.iUnit that he had come toarrai k'
for til" tr.lllKf'T of the K.'illX 1'otetll
kir .v Adiiiltal Kohii.kV, i ciintiiaii llt i;
the P.oiiit'ai.t an M ii i'lron, lio.irded the
Itumlan ti.itih-s''p T ti-em- mid In
formi'il Adi'ilr.il l.tuiri-r that Kin?
t'harl-s had or I.t.-.I t.l'H to turn tl:
Veanel over In the Mm -I an it-1 iiil r.i I. Th
fiirniali!) i if the Ir.uiff' r tvi-ie com
pleted Hint afi'-rnon-i and Admiral
!ruir,-r Vm.irde-1 I he Kill. IZ Potemkine
The Associated Press representative
Inspected the Knl.ix Potemkine after
the I'h'li 1 wal of the Koumanlan
fruard. I-site the efforts of the Rou
manian ro rniiuMit to Ki-t thlnirs In
ship shape, rvervthlnc; aNrnrd the Imt
tleshlp was still In a state of wild dis
order. The officers' cabins were strip
ped of everything; of any value and
bliHl "lulus were everywhere. There
whs sufficient ammunition aboard the
Knlnz Potemkine to have enabled the
mutineers to make n desperate resist
ance. It Is stated that during the last
few days the vessel was navigated by
two engineers and an officer with re
volvers at their heads.
All of the sailors w ishe-l to surrender
with the exception of Matuschenko,
leader of the mutiny, who resisted for
some time and wanted to blow up the
ship. Seven officers were prisoners
aboard the Knlas Potemkine. They
were In a pitiable condition from III
treatment. They declare that Matu
schenko himself killed ten officers of
the ship. All the pap'r and books be
longing; to the vewsel were destroyed.
It appears that the decision to sur
render the Knias Potemkine was made
when It became wvldent that no other
vessel would Join In the mutiny. The
crew of the battleship seemed to be un
awnre of the surrender of the George
PoMedonoaati and expected that she
was also coming; to KustrnJI to capit
ulate to Roum.-inln.
Twenty married sailors from the
Knlas Potemkine have npplled to the
Russian consul here to be sent back to
Russia.
rrACE RIOT.
I
Tvwe Psrsoff V.ara Shot, One ef Whom
Will' Less His Life.
New Turk, July 10. Two persons
were shot, one probably fatally. In a
flf ht between mobs of whites and ne
groes In West Sixteenth street Bun-
day. The trouble began when Henry
lUrt, a negro, was attacked In the
street by a number of white youths.
who accuse. him with Interfering witil
ft ball game. Hart fled, pursued by a
mobe of whites, hurling stones and
other missiles, and reached tha tene
ment houaa In which ha lived. He got
a revolver, while his pursuers made ef
forts to break into tha building. Hart
began firing, one of his shots striking
Jsmes Hunter. Policeman John Loy
ran Into the house and arrested Hart
after tha Utter bad fired twice at the
officer. As Loye brought his prisoner
out several negroes, armed with all
sorts of weapons, attempted to rescue
Hart. The policeman was knocked
down and kicked but be kept a firm
grip on his prisoner and flnaly sue
ceeded In wording oft bis asss Hants.
By this time the whites had baea re
Inforced and the negroes fled. A shot
fired from a negro tenement struck
Mrs. Mary Donohue In the heed. Inflict
Ing a p I bably fatal wound. The police
arrested Albert Mlddleton. who Is sup
posed to have fired the shot, snd five
other negroes.
In spite of the presence of a large body
of police reserves, desultory fighting
between whites and black continued
until a sudden downpour of rain ended
the hostilities.
& 'I' $ $ $ $ $ 'i $ $ $ $ $
$ "fiCCD C1D SU"."IR IDE" 0
COLLECTIVE WORK.
Thia Wss Considered st Christian En
deavor Convention Mendsy.
P-altlmore. July 10. The Christian
Endervor convention was opened Mon
day by Rev. Dr. James L. Hill of Si
lem. Mass, who presided. An Impres
sive prayer was offered by Rev. Pf.
Rufus V. Miller, of Philadelphia.
Collective work of the various En
deavor societies and unions was co.t-
Sldered, the responses lielnr made by (
many state and local union officers.
Evangelistic services were held at
the Haltlmore Copper works, and st the
Mont.'lare. Italttmore and Ohio railway
shops, le-1 by Rev. Charles Kt-'lzle of
Chicago.
JUMPED TO HIS DEATH.
Hsd He Wsited s Few Minutes Arthur
Ntely Might Hsve Been Saved.
New Tork. July 10. Arthur Ne. ly,
who lost his life In East Korty-f-.urth
street Monday, belonged st Oil' ago.
He has a brother. F. Tennyson Nei-ly. .1
publisher. In this cltv. F. Tennyson
Neely saw hU brother killed. Arthur
slept on the top floor of the hull ling
HI escape was cut off. He trl-d at a
wlmli.v f -r help while his brother 'S
on the roof of n bay In low Just under
the thirl story win ).. nr. 1 linplor- I
him not to J'imp. When the fr-rr.l-l
man could restrain himself 110 liner
Ms brother dr-need a m ittres out o
the roof of the hay window for Mm
to Jump on. but he inhn- l It nr. '.
rolled to the street, where he Mrtpk
on his head. Firemen were alrei Iv
raising their ladders us the man leaped,
nn I If he had w alt-d only a few i;--ments
longer M llf- might have ben
saved. Neely l-av.-s three 1 hlldrvn.
Their mother fcas killed In a r.Uiroa 1
wreck several years ago.
Nine Persons Injured.
Petrolt. July 10. Nine eople were
Injured, one of them fatally, ot the
corner of Fort and Hastings streets,
when a Trumbull Avenue car crashed
Into a wagonliKt.l of people returning
from a i.rlve about pclle Isle park.
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Battle on Train.
Wheeling, W. Va.. July 10 In ft bat
tle on ft train between cxcurslonl ts
and cowboys connected with a 'ill
west show between Clarksburg and
Iturnsvllle. Joe Johnson, proprietor of
the show, and Mexican (Seorgo, a ow
boy. were killed and several excursion
ists seriously wounded.
Five Hons Purchased.
Islington. Ky.. July 10. II. H osawa
and T. Hayashl, represetitlves of u.
Japanese government, have purchased
five highly bred stallions to be sent to
the royal stud. Ttiree are thorough
breds and two are registered trotters.
NEWS IN BR' Cr.
New Tork City Is to have a hopiat
boat.
A sisters' hospital will be erected st
Roewell. N. M.
Eawton chamber of commerce his
been organlxe.1.
MrKlnney expects to have a twenty
five acre city park.
A fair will be held In Lincoln county.
Oklahoma, this fall.
Philadelphia Hebrews paid tribute to
the late Secretary Hay.
In a difficulty at Texarkana Jim
Wood, a negro, was killed.
Albert Haberle. who fell from a aenf
fold at Humble, Tex., died.
An otter drowned a dog near Snyder.
Okla., and wss shot and killed.
A vote to make one town of McAIee
ter and South McAlester will be taUen.
After Aug. 1 no more gambling
houses will be licensed In City of Mex-
lea
A new gin Is being Installed at Para
tls wise county. Texas, making
three.
A 114.000 cotton gin. Ice and electric
light plant will b. established at M
nardvllle, Tex.
Ncnr Roosevelt. Okla.. Miss Ittl-'
Hallow ay waa probably fatally stung
by a centipede.
Captain W. J. Montague, a former
Mississippi steamboat man. died at
Wills Point. Tex.
Christian Endeavor services were
held In seventy-seven l'.altlmor
churches Sunday.
Memorial meeting In honor of the
late John Hay were held In several
New York synagogues.
Mrs. Anna StanflelJ. twenty years
old. was bitten by a snake In Woods
county. Oklahoma, fatally.
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JS HERE REMEMBER IF YOC
A BE HOT, WE HA VE THE REM
EDY TO KEEP Y0VC00L
mt? a cc:;q
Full Direct lam on f A intitU eorrr
WE DO TEE REST!
DQYAN ICE, STClUGEft COAL
COMPANY
tjp $ $ (ft (ft 'ft 'I' $ 'I' $' $
Stevenson Machine "rI
& Repair Works
'PHONE US
WRITE US
Strong . . .
Hammocks
Kvery Hammock in our new stock is stronf and well
lr.a-le, and will stand hard usae. They are fancy
and attractive. looking as well, and present a floe
appearance. What is more pleaaant than a (rood
Hammock In a cool, shady place Id "this go'd old
in miner tune?"
B. J. JENKINS
BUCHANAN'S BILL OF FARE
We are all times prepared to serve the trade with a full line of
the best market products, such as
BEEF
PORK
MUTTON
BUTTER
EGGS
VEAL.
SAUSAGE, Fresh and Smoked
HAMS, Raw and Boiled
LARD
VEGETABLES, in Season
And everything obtainable at this market
The best, the quickest Service Phone 282
S. W. BUCHANAN
How is that for a Good Job?
Said of a shirt laundered la
our finished fashion. The rer
diet of smart dressera anion
men it that we know how to
wash, starch and iron shirts,
collars and cuiTs to please
particular people and that we
act In keepin; with our Infer-
mation. Postal brings our
watfon to your door. Thoue if
you're in a hurry.
Bryan Steam
Laundry

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