The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 33, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 22, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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ORANGE, TEXAS, TÜÉSDAY AFTERNOON,
MADE A MANDARIN.
7 Yor^, • Apriiiig.—Accord -
to private advices received
íewark, N. J.. Frank W.
mg, of that tiity has been
a mandarin by the sultan
idano. Redding- formerly
member of the Astor bat-
Us no smokers'* dream that the
City Drag Store handles all
pS, fine cigars. d2fl-tf
you will call at Goree & Higman's
¡ will receive the best attention, tf
A NEW DYNAMO. ;
The new three thousand light
"dynamo which was ordered some weeks
ago • by the Orange . Ice; Light and
water works .Company, arrived yester-
day and is now being pat in place by
Electrician Thomas R. Baregh. When
this ponderous piece of machinery is
put in place,' better1 light service will
be had through out the eity.
- Between 6th St and depot.
Gold stick pin with heart bangle,
letter "D"on one side of heart, star
and. cresent set with diamonds on the
other. Finder please retara to N. A.
Dawson Link Building and receive
Dallas Welcomes the Old Sol
diers With Open Arms.
URGBST CROWD BIER II DULAS.
General Gordon, the Idol of the Vet-
erana, on Nand, aa Usual and
Responda to Addraaa.
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• Phone Nc
Staple and -
RUSSELL t «.DOC, Prop .
We are now serving regular meals at 35c
Table board, $5.60 per week. A |6.00 commutation ticket for $5.00
Prompt and courteous attention. Elegant lanches for excursion
parties put up on short notice. Short orders are our' specialty.
M. V- ANDERSON.
J. H. ELAND,, v ,/W. I.
Orange Hardware and Implement Co.
Has something in stock that will interest you
Those up-to-date Buggies and Phaetons.
Those -cheap Refrigerators. A splendich-Bhe
of Saddlery and Harness. Builders' Hard-
ware and Carpenters' Tools of every descrip-
tion. The best line of Fishing Tackle in town
Link Block, 5th Street Orange, Tex.
AMEHICA AND THE COFFEE
QUESTION: —Americans are the great-
est consumers of coffee In the world, for
tea an<l other table Beverages are only
of secondary importance with this. It
therpfore behooves every conscientious
grocer to look to bis stock of coffee. We
arc prepared to satisfy all tastes, and
have Moclia, Java'and other excellent
"blends," mixed In excellent pro]
A good coffee of tine flavor Is our
át from 90c to 26c per lb.
' Complete Line Fruits,
Goods Delivered Free. Phone 79-2r.
* Grocer and Baker
A Place for Ladies amd Gentlemen.
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We ate now serving full 35c meals 3 tinte a dap
Special rates to families and regular boarders
Strictly first-class service; courteous and attentive
Short Orders at all fyours. Open day and urn
By Associated Press.
Dall as "Texas, April 22.--"With
the music of many bands and
cheers from thousands of throats,
the twelfth ^annual reunion and
meeting of the United Confed-
erate Veterans Association be-
gan this morning in the Audito-
rium at the Pair Grounds, now
called Camp Albert Sydney
Johnson, in honor of that dashtl
ing leader. The old veterans
of manjf heroic campaigns were
made thric^ welcome by speak-
ers representing the state and
city and various organisations.
Their deeds for a "cause that
was lost, but loved," were,
touched upon with words of
eloquence and voices now ring-
ing over some martial deed, now
soft with tear láden memories of
comrades fallen. \ '
The crush of visitors was the
largéfet in théhistory of Dallas.
It was estimated in the mofning.
that 75,000 visitors were in the
city, while information from the
railroads was that by night this
number would be swelled to
Í25,000 at least. While thou-
sands of visitors did not leave
the business section of the city,
Camp Johnson, two miles dis-
tant,' was crowded to the limit.
Delegation after delegation from
the four corners of the country
reported and were assigned to
their divisions in the vast city
oHents. The great mess shed
seating 12,000, was ppéned at 10
o'clock. An army of cooks and
waiters worked like beavers,
while the veterans, with a hun-
ger born tof a night in the open,
did their best in an able manner
to keep the cooks busy. Tea,
coffee and milk by the- barrel,
beans, meat, hardtack; ánd- ac-
cessories by the wagon load
disappeared in marvelous fash-
ion. .. . ... „, ;
"The boys is eaten' as if
they'd been separated from the
wagon train for about three
days," is toe way one Louis-
ianian put it. ..." *
When the convention opened
the veterans,j . mány of ; them
¡'- i 1
comparing the. bounteous plenty
of their breakfast with the
Starvation they were often
called upon to endure during
the war, were in the highest
good humor. The building,
seating 8,600 people, was filled
to the topmost row soon after
the convention was Called to .or-
der by President K. M. V^nZant
of the Texas organization.
Col. Eden Banqueted by His
C01UG TO tUE THE HOLLAND.
Popular Chicago Boniface Leaving
For His NewSoulttuwr Home.
Haa Friend Galore.
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Special tp Tribune.
Chicago," 111., April 22.—A
Bunch of Col. Wm. S. "Eden's
friends this evening gave him a
tHtimdnM"<iinner at the Wel-
lington Hotel. If 4we had in-
eluded one-half of the friends
who would loved -to have been
feiient, no banquet hall in Chi-
cago would have held them. '
Albert S. Gage.
The foregoing telegram from
Albert S. Gage, proprietor of
the Wellington Hotel at Chicago,
Col. W. S. Eden, who was the
recipient df this great compli-
ment, is the lesSee and manager
of the magnificent New Hollánd
hotel, now being erected at
Orange. He has been closing
up his affair^ in Chicago for the
past -three Weeks, preparatory
to moving to Orange, where he
willluperintend the completion
and furnishing of "-the Holland.
Col. Eden js one of the best
known and most popular hotel,
men in ¿he Northwest, having
been in charge of the Great
Northern in Chicago for a num
ber of years. He Comes to
Orange with the intention* of
making the'Holland the best
in the South, and his well-
known ability and popularity
azures his success in advance.
To President r Palma Along
Route. ^ r
CUBA HONORS HER FIRST
Six Thousand-People Greet the.Pres-
ident's Train-at Holguln Gov.
C": Woods Extends Bast Wlihaa.
By Amoclated Pre«w.
New York, April 22:
at Holguin, Cuba, the
stration in his honor
even the welcome at
says a dispatch from Holguin to
tlie.Tribune. Before-leaving the
lattey place the president-elect
received.a dispatch from Gover-
nor General Wood extending to
-I him his best wishes. Other dis-
patches to the number of three
hundred!were received from all
parts of the country.
All along the route, to Hol-
guin General Palma was the re-
cipient of one great ovation.
Every farmer displayed a flag
and every village had its quota
of citizens at the station to ¿'reel
their first president^His private
car stopped at Cantimplora,
where General Palma spoke a
few words'and received a pres-
ent of a huge floral piece. Just
at the entrance of Holguin Was
lined up a troop of mounted Cu-
ban veterans, who fired the na-
tional salute from three or four
guns. At the station there was
an excited crowd o.f 6,000 men,
women and children, each
- THE GREAT RIVER DIASTERS.
By Associated Press. ! _
Cairo, 111., April 22.—Nothing
further has developed regarding
the disaster of Sunday when the
excursion steamer City of Pitts-
burg, burned here. The under-
writers are here and will go up
to the Wreck today. No more
bodies havé been found and
practically nothing has been
done to Jsearch the wreck for
bodies. It is fair to assume that
the total number on board at the
time of the fire, passengers and
crcjWj from all reliable statistics
given from memory ' by officers
was 145, and it is known that
75 were saved, Which would
leave 70 to be accounted for.
A correct list of the lost is
given at 50, and there must be
in the wreck, or in the river,
„ious to be the first to shake the
Mayor Rondan and Captain
Watson, military commander,
extended the;,official welcome to
the city. It was at Holguin, the
láce of. General Calixto
Garcia, that General' Palma
twenty, five years ago was con-
fined in prison by the Spaniards.
We itóver sabsti tute and always fill
your I preflcriptions promptly. We
want your trade and will treat you,
right Gate City Prug s tore, leading
drugglfitfl. . d2tf-tf
the beat at
tf - ■
Vast, assortment' of.
minga, ailoyers and
sty lish trim-
If It Has üot Already Been
Says Sir Chas. Dllke.
Kin Edwards coboiítioi
This Opinion Confirmed-by the Oa-
psrture of Boer pelagatos With
tha Burg hora.
By Associated l'rjiss.
New York, April 22.— J3ir
Qharles Dilke, one of the most
lahorious and best informed
members of. the house of comr
mons, asked whether he thinks
peace Will be restored in South
Africa before coronation, replied^
according to a Tribune dispatch
from London, as follows^
^ "I have not the slightest
doubt on the subject. /Peace
will be made if it has not been
I have not had any doubt res-
pecting the result since the con- ,
ference With the Boers leaders
begun.- Their departure to con-
fer with the burghers confirms
my opinion.'' Sir Charles Dike
added that he did not believe
the European Boer delegates
had been dealt with by the fov-
ernment; mi^ht have been
suited by the delegates atten
ing the conference in Soui
SUGGESTIONSTO OUR Ft
Many of the hoga that are i
die from cholera are killed 1,
which two tableapoonfula of
dissolved in water and poured i
•lop will remove. When yon
hog not doing well, when it
its feed and begins to look
and aick, "the chances are nine
to one hundred it has worms.
kill one and examine it-yon will j
bunch of worms it its intestine*
haps as large aa your flat. These
constipation and fever which kill i
Oft times the worms will
througfrthe intestines into the stoi
Dissolved saleratna in proportion <
two t'easpoonfnls to every gallon of
water will kill the worm and alpmst
immediately-yonr ho«s will begin tci
thrive and look well again. — Warsaw
We don't want the earth and a fence
around it bnt we want trade and will
gnárantee good goods at close
d-29-tf Gate City Drug St
Phone 19—have yonr
drag line delivered to
Goree & Higman.
YORK OK FHOKI STREET
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JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF
W SPECIALTIES. * * A
Commenced In ESrnaat - Another
Load of Sheila Arrived: J
Work has begun in. earnest on Front
Street, men were at work all day yes-*
terday getting th^ street in 'shape for
láyitig the sheila., One foot Of earth
is to be tedien from the present level
and the snrpíüa dirt will be damped
on Fourth Street in order to make the
level the samé as that of Front Street
Another load of shells came in from
Conway's Bayou yesterday and as the
curbing is now almoet completed, the
distribution of the shells may be
looked for at any time. TheHiayor,
J W, Link and contractor, J. J. Ball
wére much in evidence on the streets
yestefday and today and under their
supervisión the work Is progressing
with aatisfactory rjupidity. One
pleasing feature .of the, paving of our
main street is that the amount of dnst
which has heretofore-almost choked us
on a windy day, will be minimized.
As soon as the work on this street ¡I*
completed *bther streets will recede
their share of
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Rein, Charles M. The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 33, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 22, 1902, newspaper, April 22, 1902; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183028/m1/1/: accessed June 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.