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J3cga?t ilotntng Bugle. . Eleventh Year. No. .212. Bryan, Texas, Sunday Morning August 12, 1906. Price 5 Cents WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OF fp p fni (o f 0) n la if lb 1l Ini u BETWEEN HOUSTON AND DALLAS. A TRIAL ORDER WILL PROVE IT inJlyiviiL THE ONLY COFFEE ROASTERS IN BRYAN jfre Accident INSURANCE Plate Class. Bonds Vacation time is here and the ustnl crop of summer accidents will follow. I can protect yon 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. J 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 in Parker building. Telephones 265 & 47 Agency Oliver Typewriter. Postoffice Drugstore PURE DRUGS ' DRUGGIST SUNDRIES STATIONERY, BOOKS, PERIODICALS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND -FINE- Candies PHONB 190 c i-n't-t-cri t a w moo-mo The Leading Druggist TO R- Fine Stationery Pure Fresh Drugs Accurate Prescriptions Three Registered Pharmacists See our line of Fishing Tackle. TRLKPHOE 4D-2 KINGS. ROHDE'S SALOON E3TA BUSHED 1872 Tho best brands of Winos, Liquors and Cigars. liiit Brtidi siL.-is z. jonxsox TH R K E R 72 YE MO.V7 72E.-iL RUE ORIFXIHL nyE Too. Patroaift SollcMM E. ROHDE, Prop'r ATTEMPT UPON DDKE APPEALTO DEMOCRATS rresiJent of Council of .National j Chairman of tie CnncresMonal Con. Defense lias Co. Call. BULLElTS WII1ZC XEAtt Wis Cog-aged la Ketienlos; Soldiers W bra Leaden Messeogers of Death fame ear to Ooarertios; II J m loto Corpse. St. Petersburg Aug. 11. Grand Duke Nicholas Nlrhoialevitch, presi dent of the council of national defense, narrowly escaped assassination at the bands of Imperial guards In the guard ramp at Krasnoye-Selo. It appears that the grand duke was npmnil1v r sat-lisr I n m fk I ' . .A imviu ic iiiuru-i una uitfcci 8a) na putting tno troops through blank "To All Democratic TO SENT) ONE DOLLAR Cri?fi Itfqof.ti lftat Kach Jtembe loatribste Toward Helping tbs l'arty rrnre tontrol of the Stit House. ' Washington, Aug. 10. Chairman Griggs of tho Democratic congression al committee Las fent out many thou sand circulars calling for 11 sulicrlp tlons from Kmc rats throughout the country, the money to be uJ for the coming camj sign, la his li tter Chair firing practice when be was suddenly startled by the wasp-like bum of bal lets about bis bead, but neither him self nor horse was bit The command to cease firing was Immediately given and ttre soldiers of the regiment from which the bullets cam were marched back to quarters and an Investigation begun In the hope of ascertaining from the barn-la of the rifles which soldiers fired the ball cartridges. Several ar rests are understood to have been made. One of the grand duke's aides de ramp, who. however, was not person ally present, advanced to the Associ ated Tress correspondent the theory that possibly the bullets were fired by accident, but It Is considered beyond a doubt that there was a plot on tho part of a number of guardsmen, who had deliberately planned to take the grand duke's life under rover of a gen eral blank cartridge firing. -It was no more an accident." said one aide de camp, "than the Bring of a charge of grape from the saluting battery at the winter palace on the occasion of the ceremony of blessing j the waters of the rlvr Neva by the emperor a year and a half ago." This bold attempt on the grand j duke's life caused Immediate changw ' In the plans of the emperor, who had I arranged to go to Krasnoye Selo and ! apuMt Im week. . - It was learned that the troops were In extended order snd engagt-d In vol ley firing when, the "accident" or Voters: If there ever was a time In the hUtory of the Democratic party for a manifesta tion of loyalty and patriotism on tho part of the members It Is right cow. If wo are to win a victory and elect a president two years hence we must first elect a house vt representatives this falL A Democratic bouse wiit in vestigate every department of the gov ernment. With all those honeycombed with graft, tho edges of which have only been touched by recent exposures and prosecutions, there will bo a rt re lation of rottenness that will astound tho country and create a demand for a Democratic administration to clean tho government workshop. To win tho bouse, wo need money to defray legit imate expenses to get out votes. We have no protected monopolies from which to draw to flit our coffers as da those of the Republican party. Wo must, therefore, appeal to loyal Dem ocrats for contributions. "Will you send us SI at once, and In return for this we will send you cop lew of our campaign literature Issued by th) committee. We have the thanks of the entire Democratic party for your favorable response to our request Address all remittances to J. M. Griggs. Washington. D. C." TELLER SUICIDES. No Charge Had Been Brought Against tho Dead Man. Chicago, Aug 11. Frank Kowalskl, rr'Tenderlng it diaculV to deter." f ""k? ?Z mine the regiment from which the bill lets came. The grand duke, surround ed by officers and uldea de camp, was off on one side out of Hue of the fire. The affair has created a deep Im- preyylon In military circles, and Is the one topic of conversation in the luba. It was definitely established that th shots were fired by the first battalion of sharp shooters of the guard, who advanced In a rush, and while making a sham attack on an Intrenched posi tion. Fully UK) shots were fired, but the Impatience of the conspirators led them to open fire at such a distance as to frustrate their object Before tho maneuvers began all ball cartridges were taken from the troops and Officers hsd taken the precaution to niwke sY rial examination of cartridge, pouches Immediately fore inaugurating tho movement of troops. STEAMER HITS BRIDGE. Portion of Latter Falls and Traffic, la Completely Tied Up. Dulutb, Minn.. Aug. 11. The stssra or Troy, a package freighter owned by the Western Transit company, collid ed with a span of tho Interstate bridge and precipitated It Into the channels on either side of tho center pier, on which th span revolved. Navigation to and from the upper harbor, th most active portion at the bead of the Lakes, was blocked. It Is Impossible for even a tug to pass. Forty steam ers are cut off from returning to tho lake, street railway and team traffic between Duluth and Superior Is cut off and will bo for some time to come. The bridge Is owned by the Great Northern railroad. The draw span was 500 feet In length and one of the long est In tho world. SALT WATER SY8TEM. San Francisco Fire Department Will Have Ausll'ary of This Kind. San Francisco. Aug. 11. The fire committee has approved the recom mendation of Chief Shaughnessy fa voring tho establishment at the earli est possible date of an auxiliary salt water system, so planned as to pro tect the business portion of the city. The chief urged cisterns holding at least 100.000 gallons to be established on the various hills throughout the city. Two high power flreboats are also recommended for ust on the water front i CHARACTER SLAIN. Shot Officer Five Times and Latter's Son Kills Him. Princeton. Mo., Aug. 11. "Buck" Mdl.irgue, a notorious character, was killed by a son of Policeman Ale Trent after Mrllariruo ol?.r ( r fiv times whlli rest Policeman Trent condition had fhot resisting tho ar- Stat bunk, shot and killed himself at hi hcxe. 34u North Carpenter jtreet. No charges bad been brought against blm In connection with the failure of the bank. The dead teller, who was ubout thir ty years of age, bad been with tho bank thirteen years. He bega- .is of fice boy, and bad been promoted step by step to raying teller. Criticism by neighbors and life-long friends who accused blm of a share In the downfall of the be.nk. Is bellev (9 to have driven Kolawskl to bis death. For two days be had been de spondent, and tho members of the family had kept a close watch over blm. Friday, however, he returned to bla borne at 4 o'clock, and while the family was away from home, suicided, and his dead body was found four hours later. The climax of his trouble was reach ed Thursday night when a woman who bad knwnn bina for years accost ed him on the street and accused him of being responsible for tho failure of the bank. When speaking of tho In cident later in the evening Kowalskt complained bitterly of the suspicions of his friends, and declared that un less bis reputation was speedily clear ed bo would take bis own life. Kowalskl's relatives assert that be was Innocent of any knowledge as to the mismanagement of tho bank by President Stensland. When the bank failed Kowalskl had 1700 of bis own money on deposit In the Institution, and bis Immediate relatives nearly $50, 000. Had th teller known of Stens land's defalcations, they assert ho would at least bav notified his rela tives, and would have taken bis money from th Institution. After an all day's search forged notes aggregating more than IjOO.uoo were found, and are now In possession of the state's attorney, who will use them In tho prosecution of the offi cials responsible for their utterances. A statement made by Herlng re garding loans made by Stmsland as banker to himself and the shortage fcund by previous Investigation, it Is asserted, that when a final adjustment of the affairs of the bsnk are made. It wl'.l be found that President Stens land's defalcations will aggregate nearly $2,000,000. AGAINST CASTRO. General Antonio Paredes Will Plan a Revolution st Onco. New York. Auk 11 The Tribune says: General Paredes, who has earn d a reputation In VenexuiU as an lle n.l'.itary leader, has Just arrived In t!.U city from Trinidad to plan n revolution against Presldot.t Ciftro. "1 came here solely on that mis- I j sion. U .Ilt said tbe general, "and I urn sati- if Its succiss. I shall not re- is in a serious j mn lir(l, j hav, accom!!sieJ the ob- First Hational lank OF BRYAN . CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $45,000.00 "Nte desire to assure our patrons of prompt atten tion and painstaking endeavor in the performance of any and all services desired at our hands. s.e.ri1ii'ash rcsources agrating more than 5500,000,00 we are prepared to handle at the lowest rates all business entrusted to us. J. W. HOWELL H. 0. BOATWRIGHT GUY M. BRYAN, JR L. L MclNNIS F. HI. LAW President Vice President Vice President Cashier Ass't Cashier To the Mountain, Lake and Seaside Resorts and the Trade Centers Low AL60 TO 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. N. Agents tell you Where,. When, and How, or writ D.J.PRICE, CEO. D. HUNTER mn i s. pit i. Palestine, Texas ASQUARE DEAL .. GUARANTEE.. 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