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cpan Eleventh Year. No. 211. Bryan, Texas. Saturday Morning, August 111906. Price 5 Cents Bua le. WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OF Ira p fn p f IS) llll BETWEEN HOUSTON AND DALLAS. A TRIAL ORDER WILL PROVE IT nn In THE ONLY COFFEE ROASTERS IN BRYAN Ire Accident INSURANCE Plate Class. Bonds Vacation time is here and the usual crop of summer accidents will follow. I can protect you for my companies issue most any kind of policy you possibly could think of attractive, liberal and inexpensive. For those who do not care for a regular accident policy, I can issue accident tickets from one day to thirty days. These often come in handy for little outing trips. I can also insure your blooded livestock at reasonable rates. My company is' regularly in corporated with paid-in capital stock. In fact I can insure anything insurable. Your business will receive prompt attention and be appreciated. GEO. A. ADAMS Office ia Parker building. Telephones 265 & 47 Agency Oliver Typewriter. I Postoff ice Drugstore PURE DRUGS DRUGGIST SUNDRIES STATIONERY, BOOKS, PERIODICALS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND JT FINE e2 Candies PHONC 196 The Leading Druggist F 0 R Fine Stationery Pure Fresh Drugs Accurate Prescriptions Three Registered Pharmacists See our line of Fishing Tackle. ZivE. HC. JAMES TRLRHHONR 45-2 KINGS. ROHDE'S SALOON I ESTABLISHED 1QT2 The best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. to ItsSiac rvttf SILAS ft. JOB SOX T.-iRKER R YE XOXTREXL R7E OJtrFX7.1L 'RUE Tor PtttlMtf 5ollH.4 E. ROMDE, PropV ACCIDENT 0! DENWJDRCIUSES OF SILVER Day Coach ami Pullman (J Down an Knilankm r.t. MAXY-'I'KUSOXS HURT There Mere Xo ratallflrs, hot the uuilirrof I'attrnirrrs Who sus tained erln or Slieht Injur Irs Considerable. Dowle, Tel.. Aug. 10 At Frultland, four and a bait tulles south of he re, a Fort Worth and Invtr aistng'T train, pulled by two locomotives ami going at the rate of thirty five miles aa hour, from Fort Worth, while going around the long curve at Frultland. had an accident at 12:3') o'clock this morning. The sleeper and day coach Jumped the track and rolled down the twenty- foot embankment About fifty persons were Injured, a number seriously. The wreck-was caused by a defective rail. The cars fell to the west, and It was necessary to break the glass ia the east windows of the cars, which wert on top after the fall. In order to get the people out In the wild scramble to get out of the cars a great many were badly cut. and when the cars fell many mora were bruised and battered up. The arena was one of great confu sion. Men and women were caught In the wreck anl their cries for relief were pitiful. As rapidly aa possible relief was sent to them and they were helped from the cars and taken to the home of William Jackson, about fifty yards from the wreck, and they were given every possible attention. There were only threw children on the train anj fortunately none of them was hurt In the least. Many of the Injured an l mont of them had to be aited from the wreck and taken to the cars to be transferred to Dowle. The mental distress of thine who were separated from their companions was great until such time as they could be reunited. Many In the sleeper and day coach were covered up In surh a manner that they required nsxlNtanre before they could bp budged, and they were In mort.il terror f Are until they werel iree(j trom tnetr connuement. The cars fortunately were not much battered by their fall down the em bankment, and Ft'd the Jolt excel lently. If they had been crushed the ! of life would have been great. The wreck created the greatest e- frtement. and as soon as Its extent ' was noted the first engine was un- j cmplcd from the train and made a I fast run to Howie, where the crew 1 t"!J of the wreck and the citizens at ' once began preparations to go to the 1 scene of the accident The engine re-1 turned with a wrecking crew, five phy sicians and a large number of citizens. and by the time the wreck was reached the other engine was ready with one or two of the coaches that had been left on the track and many Injured persons were soon brought to Howie. A later account says the train was not on the curve and was moving slow ly when derailed. At the time of the wreck everyone, In the aleeper except one lady bad re tired and when the cars rolled over everybody was mixed Indiscriminately. After being properly separated every aid was given to those needing It Dr. Connolly of Hot Springs, not taking time to hunt for his clothing, was carried through the debris In the arms of a brakeman and cared for the Injured most heroically. The ladles In the aleeper were unable to find their clothing, especially hats and shoes.- For Fira Tim In Thirteen Years White Metal Hujin? TO UK DON K li Y NATION Drliterie Are to He Made at tbs I'liilailrlphla, .tr Orleans and Proirr MUlt and Supply kept on Hand. Washington, Aug. 10. Fort the fist time In thirteen years the government announced Thursday Its purposo to purchase silver for coinage purposes. Tenders are Invited at the office of the director of the mint on Wednesday, the 15th lost, up to 1 o'clock p Bl and every Wednesday thereafter until further notice. These tenders are to be for d( livery at the Philadelphia, New Orleans or Denver mints, settle ment to be on the New York basis of bullion quarantees of .999 fine. The treasury reserves the right to reject all tenders, or accept such part of any tender as may suit Its conveni ence, as It Is understood that, antici pating that its appearance as a pur chaser might temporarily disturb the market unduly, the treasury has al ready obtained control of considerable amounts for future delivery, so that It Is In position to drop out of the market for several months If desirable. The average requirements of the treas ury throughout the year will proba bly not exceed loo.uoo ounces per week, and It will b the policy of the department, while keeping a reason able amount on hand, to so distribute Its purchases throughout the year, that Itf demands will be uniform and not an element of uncertainty In the mar ket From the resumption of specie pay ments in 1879 down to the year 19u0 the constant Increase In the stock of subsidiary coin required by the grow ing population was supplied by the re colnage of old and undercurrent sub sidiary coles which accumulated In the treasry umler the resumption act In 19ro. as this stock was running low. authority was granted In the monetary art of March 14 to the secretary of the' treasury to divert bullion pur chased under the act of July It, 190. for the coinage of silver Hollars to the col nice of subsldlury pieces. I'nder this authority about $33.0i0 00 has been coined since 19w. The Hock of bullion In the treasury was exhausted more than a year ago, and since then no bullion has been available for the subsidiary coinage. MUCH OAMACE. Thrts Hundred Acres cf Farming Land Art Under Water. Denlson, Aug. 10.-rlt Is bard to tell when the main line will be openel on the Katy. Work U being rushed at the Canadian river to put In the ap proaches, the sudJen headwater rise Thursday night giving additional trou ble. The railway company has the situation well In hand. The great steel bridge la perfectly safe. A great deal of stock perished In the flood. One man lost thirty-five head of mules. A number of houses were also swept away. No Uvea were lost. The Frisco people received no news from the Canadian crossing up to noon Friday, but expected the bridge would be crossed. Dense clouds were hang Ing over the Canadian valley Friday Another downpour was expected. Parties from the Canadian river rat Icy report Si'O acres of farming land are under water, largely corn and cot ton. At some points the river Is sev eral miles In width. Shea Again Eelected. Chicago, i tig. It'. Cornelius P. Fl'.t-a was lertcd to succeed himself a pn sldefit of the It.ti-rrat lonal j Urotht rhood of Teamsters. The del-! epa'rs who belted continued to ab-i sect themselvs. and took r.o i art In ' th election. The voto for j ,-ti.li nt stood I's for Slu-a und 13 for John j HERING ARRESTED. Cashier Will Be Held Without Bail Until He Explains Matters. Chicago. Aug. 10. Henry W. llerlng, cashier of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank, was arrested, and will be denied ball until his connection with the disappearance of nearly f 1.000. 000 of the bank's funds Is cleared up. Paul O. Stenc'.and, president of the defunct Institution, Is still a fugitive, and although nearly 100 detectives art hunting for him, his whereabouts It still a mystery. IlerlDg waa arrested Thursday aft ernoon, two hours after he announced that he would give himself up. lie waa taken to the office of Chief of Po lice Collins and put through a thor ough examination as to his knowledge of President Stensland'a mismanage ment of the Institution. Heiing de clared that he did not know where Stensland waa. and has had no com munlcatlon with him for over a week. The cashier strenuoualy denied that he (Hertng) was partly responsible for the failure of the bank. The most startling disclosure ol fraudulent work was a "side ledger which Cashier llerlng took from a hid den drawer. This, he Is alleged tc have admitted to the Investigator, was kept from the state bank examiner on his annual visits. In to far as the Investigation was made were found entries of loans, practically without security, aggregating 1191.000. couple killed. Racing Automobile Car Plunges Into a Farm Wagon. New York. Aug. 10. Two chauf feurs were killed, two Injured and twe escaped unhurt when a racing car plunged Into a farm wagon on Thomp son avenue, near the Wlnfield crossing of the Ixng Island railroad The drlv er of the wagon was unhurt, as he leaped before the crash. The men killed were: William Waller, twenty-three years cf age. and Harry Woodcock, both of New York Iio'.h landed on their heads, their skulls being crushed. Illness was Brier. St. Louis. Aug. 10 After an lllnesi of leys than a day City l"nssenKer AgT.t Hunt of the Chlcaen and Alton rnllrnad died Thursday of kMney trouble. Ksrx McKenzte, a negro, umler death sentence at Dallas on wife mur der ci nvlctloa, ra.isid away from tuberculosis. First Hational Bank OF BRYAN CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $45,000.00 We desire to assure our patrons of prompt atten tion and painstaking endeavor in the performance of any and all services desired at our hands With Cash resources aggregating more than $500,000,00 we are prepared to handle at the lowest rates all business entrusted to us. J. VV. HOWELL H. 0. BOATWRIGHT GUY M. BRYAN, JR L. L. MclNNIS F. M. LAW President Vice President Vice President Cashier Ass't Cashier To the Mountain, Lake and Seaside Resorts and the Trade Centers ALSO TO Low VIA Excursion Rates I. & G. N. THE ONE-NIGHT ST. LOUIS LINE Tickets on Sale all Summer LIBERAL' LIMITS AND PRIVILEGES Let I. A O. X. Agents tell you Where, When, and How, or write O.J.PRICE. CEO.' D. HUNTER 8. MM 1.8 MM. Palestine, Texas AjSQUARE DEAL ..GUARANTEE.. When you buy anything ia this drug store yon get a "square deal" Everyone in here believes in the "square dcaL" It is a standing rule with us to cither give you a square deal or your money back. E. J - JENKINS MAKING THINGS HUM At the BRYAN STEAM LAUNDRY That Is our policy. Iu ail.litlou to tfolu,; flrt-cla work we make It a point to l prompt In "rrln our rutoier and now l)T T W O X r. W WAIMI.NS III X X I X O. Ring 141 and we will call (or your bundle. Our Terms are Cash. HEARNE & DANSBY White of New York.