The Waxahachie Daily Light (Waxahachie, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 70, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 24, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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The Dally Light
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PabUthed Wfj 4tJ eicept Sunday tj im j
Lm.ht Publishing Company
CUK. W Κ·ΝΤ · Bast·*»* Manager I
W. A. ûwmbt - City Miu>r !
Entered in the Waxahachie poetof-
Sm as matter of the second clas*.
Advertising rates may be obtained
a making application at the business
Office of publication at 115 and 117
One month S 50
SLs months in advance 2.75
One year in advance 5.00
TELEPHONE NUMBER ... 148
Thk sultan of Turkey has forbid·
den the publication of any more
"books in the Turkish language. He
says there are books enough in ex-
Whii.e visiting in New York the
ether day "Czar" Reed stepped on
the toe of a negro and came very
Bear receiving a good thrashing.
Thk Senate and House are still
playing ping-gong with the Isthmian
«τατκ or Ohio City ok Tolkihi *
Lucas Cor ntt ι
Frank J. Cbknkt makes oath that he Is (he
senior partner of the tlrm of l·'. J. Cheney Λ Co.
doing business in the City of Toledo. County and
State aforesaid and that said firm will puy the
sum of ONE Ht'NDRKD DOLLARS for each and
«»«ry case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of HALL'S CAT.4KKH Cl KK.
Κ HA.Ν Κ J. CHENEY
8worti to before me and subscribed In my pres-
«nce this 61h day of December 1NN6.
5"i» A. W. (iLKCWN
* Notary Public.
Hall s Catarrh Cure Is taken internally aed acts
directly on the blood and mucuous surfaces of
the system fend for testimonials. Iree.
K. J. CHENEY ic CO. Toledo O.
Sold by Druggists. ?5o.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
Happy Time in Old Town.
"We felt very happy" writes R
Pi. Bevill Old Town Va. "when
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve wholly
■cored our daughter of a bad case of
ecald head." It delights ail who
use it for cuts corns burns bruis-
es boils ulcers eruptions. Infal-
lible for Piles. Only 20c at Herring-
JSparks Drug Co.
The Trinity University committe
«rill meet at the Citizens National
Jiank tomorrow Wednesday 25th at
ί p.m. Guarantors are requested to
fce present. — W. H. (îetzendaner
Filthy Temples in India.
Sacred cows often defile Indian
temples but worse yet is a body
that is polluted by constipation.
Don't permit it. Cleans your sys-
tem with Dr. King's New Life Pills
to avoid untold misery. They give
lively livers active bowels good di-
gestion. fine appetite. Only liâcat
Herring-Sparks Drug Co.
W. J. Parkerson residing south
of Italy was here today and said
that lie and his sot) would go on the
jBntkki'RJBE excursion to the Farm-
ers' congres at the A. & M. college
July 1J>. Mr. Parkerson says lie
lias wanted to make this trip for
several years and is now deter-
mined t > go rain or shine.
Big Hay Deal.
1 have contracted for about 300
tons of hay ((>00000 pounds). If you
aieed a toe 'phone me now or later.
fielJ telephone 7"i; new 'phone 115.
74 D. H. Thompson.
If you have kidney or bladder
trouble and do not use Foley's Kid-
ney Cure y<Au will have only your-
eelf to blame for results as it posi-
tiv ely cures 1 forms of kidney and
bladder diseases. Sold by B W.
F. L. Windham-.who is engaged
with Mr. Bracken in the hardware
business at Italy was here today
«cul renewed for the Enterprise.
iHmsays the I. <fe O. Jî. is now lay-
ing track into Mertens and expets
to reach Italy early in.Jul.v.
Was Wasting Away. *
Tli»· following letter from Robert
JH. Watts of Salem Mo. is in-
structive: "I have benn troubled
with kidney disease for the last five
years. 1 lost flesh and «ever felt
•well and doctored witii Le ailing phy-
sicians atid tried all remedies sug-
gested without relief. Finally I
ried Foley's Kidney Cure and less
than two bottles completely cured
me and now l am sound and well."
•Hold by H. W. Fearis.
Right Rev. Alex Gunent isexjpect-
«t*d to hold divin* service at St. Paul's
church Waxahaehie next Sunday
Saved From au Awful Fate.
"Everybody said 1 had con sump-1
writes Mrs. A. M. Shield» of
Ctoambersburg Pa. "I was so low
*fter six months of severe sickness
caused by hay fever and asthma
that few thought I could get well
bot I learned of the marvelous mer-
it of Dr. King's New Discovery for '
Consumption used itand was com-
pletely cored." For desperate
throat and lung diseases it At the 1
«afest euro in the world and is in- .
fallible for coughs colde and hron- '
ehial affections. Guaranteed bot- |
flee 50c and #1.00. TriaJ bottles free I
H erring-Sparks Drug Co I <
Beginning July 1st there'll he two t
gmf 'em each day. Jen't that nlceT ι
DR. PHELPS' WONDER-WORKING
Mrs. Jennie H. Steele Says: "I
Feel That It Has Saved
Paine's Celery Compound Is the
world's great leading medicine and
life savpr. It has no equal for feed-
ing exhausted nerves; it stands first
as a builder of the weak and
shattered nervous system.
Paine's Celery Compound has long !
ago proved its power as a banisher I
of dyspepsia rheumatism neural-
gia kidney disease liver complaint |
and as a purifier of the blood. I
Thousands of men and women tired ι
out sleepless nervous morose and
despondent have been given perfect '■
health strength and buoyancy of ;
spirits through the well advised use
of Paine's Celery Compound. It j
fias given a new and happy life to a|
vast number of people who were j
tired of life and suffering.
If your health is impaired; if you
are burdened with any weakening or]
painful malady use Paine's Celery
Compound today; it is specially j
adapted for your case; it will make j
you well and strong. Mrs. Jennie j
H. Steele Vaughns Ga. writes ι
"I have suffered for ten years with j
what the doctors call neuralgia of!
the liver and never had any relief
from their medicines or anything
else until 1 be^-an using Paine's |
Celery Compound i have taken |
about three bottles and have not ι
•ntfered any since I first be^an to I
take it. I feel that it has saved my j
life and hope all who suffer as 1 j
have will give Paine's Celery Com-
pound a trial."
Μ ^ Η Ο Μ Ε for yalf». S. K^r owler |
BREAD DELIVERED yf any .parti
of city.—A. Haltmai\ VRosv Rak- j
βητ. γ / 74
W A Ν TE Γ) PurchasersÔ00 va- j
termelons now in eolq j^or0re. On
sale Tuesday June 2iV to ."Klc.
Waxahachie Ice Works. / 71
FOR ItENT-Six ryoïyhouse with
ail modern convenlepqps and close
to square. Apply tiy Mrs M. E.
Meredith. \ j H
HAVE you tried the K^ipire bak-
ery's angel food? * 71
FURNISHED houa#· for rent. Ap-
ply to Mrs. Β. G. Qftnnq#.
IT will melt in your mouti*— /tngel
food—at Empire bak4ry. 71
WHEN you need a tank/ <rf water
'phoae No.SO. w 0. Rosser
LET me fill your watervgànts. H.
D. Rosser 'phone /Co. Η(ί.
EE Mrs. Gri^efe for ladies suits
made to orderT
I S. PERR1N will press your suit
I· to suit you.
I KNISHED ROOK b>r tent 1121
Kaufman-st. Mrs. Norn Reynolds
BE WIN G WANTEI) at 102 Lake
Park ave. East End. 7'2
RS. Griggs also haH wimples and
plates for lovely recfptiojl dress.
TRY the Empire baketV*· angel
food it's the best. O D. Reed'
proprietor. / 71
WANTED—100 more spits to clean
and press. R. Perrin at Wear's
New Century Store.
FOR SALE- At a bargain a house
and lot near the public school.
Apply to Y. D. Keinhle. J tf
FOR RENT —New 7 room residence
near public square witîi all the
modern convenience See S. P.
rHE NEW BAKERY on College
street is now open for business.
Perfect satisfaction if" a ran teed. It.
Boehle the baker. 79
II AVE your ilull lawn mower
1 sharpenedumbrella mendedsew-
ng machine cleaned spring· putin
ioor locks k^jfs fitted etc. at Ar-
hur Mackojr** Gun Sbop rear of
W. B. Moore's grocery. 71
1RESSING cleaning and repairing.
Will take order* for suite as soon
is samples aïriVe. Thee Farley
10 Main-et. rear of Citizens Na-
ÏR. R. JANE IyA W R Ε Ν C E.
Jgradujite of the Xmerican School of
)steopathy of Kirjksvilie Mo. is
iow located at ψΜ West Franklin
treet and is reMy to receive na-
ient·. Consultation free and lit·
itUre upon application.
CRUELTIES OF WAR
Debate on Philippines Civil (torero-
meat Bill Becomes Lively.
COMPARISON IS MADE
Tke Outlook for (hp Ouinilin» Statehood
Bill I(Wilis Gloomy — .Ne Rfflprot·
Ity Treaty With (nba This
Washington June 24—Debate on thf
Philippines civil government bill
warmed up in the house Monday and
henceforth promises to he of a much
livelier character. The increased in-
terest is due to the injection into the
debate of a comparison of the cruelties
charged to have been practiced In the
Philippines with those which occurred
during the civil war. The subject has
been lightly touched upon once or
twice before but attracted little atten-
tion until Mr. Groevenor of Ohio re-
vived the memory of the extremities
to which Grant and Jackson were put
during the rebellion. This was fol-
lowed late in the day by a speech from
Mr. Mahon of Pennsylvania. In which
he paraded the horror·; of 'he Ander-
son ville and Libby prisons He pre-
dicted that in the coming elections
the American people would stand by
the "boys In blue." Mr Grosvenor In
VI» Λ+.β Λ 1 ♦ l· Λ ...|M ~ #
the house against the criticism passed
upon them and paid a high tribute to
Speaker Henderson's impartiality. Mr.
Desmond of Missouri spoke at con-
siderable length in opposition to the
administration s Philippin» policy.
The other speakers were Messrs.
Olmstead of Pennsylvania Williams of
Illinois. Corliss of Mich I (fan and W. W.
Kitchen of North Carolina.
Bills were passed to authorize the
secretary of war to issue duplicates of
certificates of discharge instead of cer-
tified copies as provided under the
present law: to author!te the secretary
of the treasury to bestow medals upon
First Lieutenant Dav's S Garvis. Sec-
ond Lieutenant Ε Β. BerthofT. and Sur-
geon S. J Kali of the revenue cutter
At the alght session Mr Bartlett of
Georgia replied to the remarks made
at the afternoon session by Gen Gros
venor anil Mr Mahon as to the treat-
ment of Colon prisoners detained in
Confederate prisons. He read from a
report made by Charles A Dana as-
sistant secretary of war. upon the con-
ditions In the southern prisons saying
that the condition of the Colon prison
ers in the south was no worse than
that of the Confederate soldiers In the
field. To prove his statement made
in the afternoon that a greater per-
centage of Confederate soldiers died
1n ΓηΙοη prisons than did Colon sol-
diers in Confederate prisons he pro-
duced the figures from Secretary Stan-
ton's report of .July 1 <5 ISC6. showing
that of 220.000 Confederate prisoners
In Colon prisons 21 .'76 or over 12 per
cent died against 22576 or about 9
per cent of the 270.O00 Colon prisoners
who died in Confederate prisons.
Washington. June £4.—A motion
was entered formally in the senate
Monday by Mr. Quay of Pennsylvania
to discharge the committee on terri-
tories from further consideration of
•what is known as the omnibus terri-
torial bill a measure to admit as state*
the territories of Oklahoma. New Mex-
ico and Arizona. Mr. Quay spoke
uiiT-nj uui luniu·} in support οι ms
motion maintaining that both political
parties in national convention had
pledged themselves to the admission to
statehood of the territories
Mr. Beverldge of Indiana chairman
of the committee «aid the measure
had been put over until the next ses-
sion by the committee because it was
not believed that there would be time
now to consider It properly. No ac-
tion was taken on the motion.
During the greater part of the ses-
sion the bill ratifying a convention
with the Choctaw and Chickasaw In-
dians was under discussion. It was
not disposed of.
Partial report on the naval appro-
priation bill was presnted and agreed
to. The senate insisted upon the
amendments still In disagreement and
asked for a further conference.
The army appropriation bill was laid
before the senate and Mr. Proctor of
Vermont made a motion to recede from
an amendment relating to the con-
struction of barracks at permanent mil-
itary posts. After some discussion the
motion was agreed to.
Among the bills passed were: Ap-
propriating $25000 for the erection of
a monument at Fredericksburg to On.
Hugh Mercer; to provide for a record
of deeds and other conveyances and
instruments in writing in Indian Ter-
ritory; to pay Captain J. K. McAdoo
corps of engineers $1142 for personal
property destroyed at Kort Hancock
in 1901; to amend existing laws re-
lating to the disposition of land in
Oklahoma; that the secretary of the
interior may cause to be expended out
of the proceeds of the sale of town
lots in Lawton. Anadarko and Hobart.
Ok. for the construction of water-
works. schoolhouee and other improve-
ments $150.000 for l^awton $60.oioo for
Anadarko and $50.000 for Hobart and
to increase the amount authorized to
be expended for a courthouse In each
of the named places $10000 to (30000.
Washington. June 24.—The presi-
dent has sent to the senate the fol-
lowing nominations of Tens post
Charles K. Miller. Athens; Ο. B.
Zlmpelman Austin; T. D. Ward Cor-!
ptw Ckrtit!: W S Cute*. Fornpjr;
Richard O. Mtsaner. Hamilton: H
Singleton Jefferson; Thorn»» Breea
Mineola J. D. Burn· Tyler
Ho lUtlprMitji Trmy.
Washington. June 54.—It ban h··»
determined that no reciprocity treaty
with Cuba can be submitted at the
present session of congres».
tlllt T«tœr| by Pr««idrat.
Washington. June 14.— President
Roosevelt has sent to the house a veto
of the bill for the removal of the
charge of desertion from the record
of Ephriam H. Oalllon. who served In
a Tennessee volunteer regiment dur
ing the Civil war The president
cites the records of 'he war depart-
ment to show that th» record of de-
sertion should be allowed to stand.
tyvro^nta Advncfttinf R»>cipr
Washington June 24.—The house has
adopted a resolution calling upon the
secretary of war for information as to
any payments made by Governor-Gen-
eral Wood to F. B. Thurber aud any
other persons or corporations together
with dates and amounts of euch pay-
ments for advocating reciprocity with
An Importent KuHnf.
I-aredo. Te*.. June 21.—A Monterey
Mexico special says:
According to a ruling of the secre-
tary of the treasury of the I'nited
States l/eslle M Shaw. It is possible
for eny American returning to the
states after a visit to Mexico to take
back goods purchased In the republic
to the value of 1100.
Mr. Shaw's ruling is based on an In-
terpretation of that part of the Import
laws that states one may bring in free
of duty 1100 worth of personal effects.
This has always been construed here-
tofore to mean $100 worth of wearing
LurffMt («un In lh» World.
New York. June 24— A lfi-lnch pin—
the largest ir» the world—will be com
Dieted at Watervltet arsenal this week
ι and »eut to the United States govern
I ment provins grounds at Sandy Hook
ι Its operation» are expected to anion
Ish the world It is the mont power
f\il weapon yet devised by man and in
expected to revolutionise the art of
gun making The work upon thin gun
has be* going on for years Monster
crancR have been constructed In order
that the various parte of the record
breaking gun may be conveniently
K'<4 K^nrr · r»i»r· I b* Irtatft
Cape Town. June 24 ·<«< neral Ki< h-
ener received a great public ovation on
his arrival here thl» morning The
town was decorated the streets lined
with troops and mayor and corpora-
tion «.'elcnrniii! the BritWi commander
at the town hall and presented him
with an addrews. Dudlng his reply.
Kitchener referring to the country of
his nationality paid sjweta! tribute to
the fw»rrlce of the Iri«h troops during
the war in South Africa
T<» rtl'hl H«»l Τ»η·
New Vork. June 24 —The Retail
Butchers' protective &**<» iatlon h.*i
announced that a company ha* been
formed to flKht the so-called beef trust
The company has ι capital stock of
11.000.000. two-thirds of which has al-
ready been subscribed according to
Preeldent Edward O'N· :ll « f the asso-
I in » Tnk.
Smithvlile. Tex.. June 24 A llttl*
2-year-old girl of Mrs F. S Rogers
living two miles north of here was
drowned by falline Into a tub of water.
The mother was In the garden and had
left the little one η the house and
when she returned life was extinct
Term··! (î?»r ·♦» K«wk l«l%nd
Guthrie. Okla.. June 24.—The dlrec
tors of the Oklahoma. Gulf and West
ern Railroad company met here Mon
day and took action which passed the
Guthrie-Haleyeville extension of the
Choctaw Into the control of the Rock
ΚΛ·ρ«*»·ίbI* fer fh· Fir·.
Chicago June 24.- Ο. K. Miliar
president. and H C. Davis general
manager of the St. Luke's society
have been held responsible by the
coroner* jury for the Are at the St.
Luke's sanitarium which destroyed
eleven lives They were arrested
Ce'd Contint»·»· In In»*
Des Moines la.. June 24.—Unseason-
ably cold weather continue· overcoat*
and fires l>efng rendered neceesary. Se-
riousness of crop condition has been
further augmtmied by an inch and a
! half of rainfall within twenty hours
&ulcl<1».l With Opium.
Galveston. Tex.. June 24.—B. A
Lyons an aged carriage driver died
from the effects of opium poisoning
eel f-ad πι 1 η i st ered.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
I^aurence Finney of Coreicana. Tex.
was found dead in bed at the home of
his daughter. No cause is known.
A cold wave struck Amarillo Tex.
and caused a drop of 22 degrees.
The farmers of Fannin county. Tex.
cut wheat by moonlight the past week
The Taylor Grocery company of Tex
arkana Tex. has failed. Liabiltieo
$20000; assets $8000.
W. L. Noble of Beauipont Tex. was
found dead on the top of an oil tank.
The drouth is killing the prickly pear
near Laredo Tex. It is the favorite
food for stock.
Two thousand carloads of melons
bave been cooked and made unfit for
market by Hie hot winds in the south-
ern part of Texas.
President Roosevelt caa not come
south until late In October If be com··
EloUe ε. Simpson aged 10 year·
daughter of Walter Htmpeon a Texas
Pacific engineer was burned to death
at Fort Werth. Tex. An oil can explo-
it Ft. Worth Tex. An od cas exploded.
1 Back Hifrh Patent Flour 1
10 bare Laundry Soap 25
World's Favorite Corn
per doaen cane 1
3 cans Corn for—
The Spot Cash Grocer· : Waxahachie Texas
- . .ι.... .h ι ^ -
20 pounds standard Gran-
ulated Sugar $ 1
CLARK 6 CO.
-I karr a»rd ywr valuable Γ ΑΜ Α·
HKTW uwl Hn<1 them perfect. OraJdB't flo
without them. I hare u««l them for ante* UK·
for Indirmtlon and bilkmanea* an'l am now cotn-
pletelj· cured Recommend them. to everyone
Once tried you will nerer be without them In
the fuBUj " El>w. A. Mam. Altmcr Ν Y.
tiiWaa >ι·ι<> f impmmj. O'if ■■ Inlml »#· tiA φ
Ladies' and Qentlemen'e
Clothing made to order. Second-
Hand Cloth*·· bought and «old
J. S PERRIN 213 E. Hair»
- 1 - - ιλ
HRS. C. J. QRIOQS
representing Chan. A. Steven· Λ
Βr<>·. Chlcairo the great ladle*
furnishing huu»e. ha* a full line of
beautiful "amp!»·» and plate· of
Spring Suit· Skirt· Waiet· and ·ο
on. Would be pl<-a»<>d to have the
ladie· rail and *ee thetn.
101 Marris Avenue.
X When you
X want satis-
| faction see «
H e ' s t h e X
The Best Blood
Purifier on Earth
Syrup of Sarsaparilla
and Iodide Potassium
For Sale by
B. W. FEARIS
Genuine stamped C C C. Merer kU
Beware of the dealer who trie· to
"Mmethinf }ut u rood."
■' ·™ " ™ ■ Vour Life· way I
Vou C*B he cuf*t1 of an τ forw ol UtWco **)■(
•««Ι; b* mxl· w*ll ctraag. biuiwIk fuilol
»« life wwl Tl^br by Ukia* trO-TO-BJUt
th»« mikr* «f«k men M toe* Man* (*!■
<«t> pound» ID ten dara Ovrt ΛΟΟ.ΟΟ0
WiMMMUV CO Ctocggp Of Hrw Ymk.
The Plumber who
fr»*#ly about the extent of the work
tli** time required fur it· completion
the «utility of tiw material to b*»
u*«d and the probable coat ia a
firstly good eort of fallow to deal
with. He hasn't any surprit»··! up
(lin eleeve. When you get »J> esti-
mate from me on the plumbitiK
work you get ail particular» «ltd full
information 011 enacutial detail»
and it will h« found that my price»
ar» not no very high.
H. G. WILLIAMS
Hotel block at 8chu»te<r'· Tin Shop
"Sap" and "Sunset Route"
Account of the Biennial Meeting Knights
of I'ythiae ticketH on sale August 2nd to
10th inclusive good until September 30th to
return. Stopover allowed and return trip
may be made via a diverae route. Low rate·
to Portland Oregon on same dates and
through sleeper* to California and Mexico
For folder* illustrated literature schedules
all particular* et cetera write : :
"Sap" Τexas Coast Resorts
Summer Excursion Ticket· (00 day limit)
on sale daily to Corpus Ohri.ti and Rock-
port. Rate from |Wasabachie to either
Corpus Christl or Rockport 1· $13. Apply to
your local ticket agent or write
E. J. MARTIN 0. P. A. # # Sen Astral». Tixn
R. E. GEORGE. 0. P. A
f Vk«VHVU| V* ft · nM
Sunset Route Waco.
Α. V. MARTIN
City Pass. Aft. S. A. 4 A. P. R'y
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Hudson, B. D.; Buie, W. J. & Kent, Charles W. The Waxahachie Daily Light (Waxahachie, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 70, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 24, 1902, newspaper, June 24, 1902; Waxahachie, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1070399/m1/2/: accessed November 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .