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fablUhed every dey except Sunday
by the
Light Publishing Company
Cba·. W. Kknt, Bujlnesa Manager
W. A. Owmbt. .... City Sd.lter
■ ut»orlptlon Mat··.
One month · .60
Six months, in advance — 2.75
One year, in advafice 5.00
Entered in the Waxabachie poatof
floe as matter of tbe second class.
Advertising rates may be obtained
by making application at the business
office.
Office of publication at 115 and 117
College street.
Tele phone ν ο - - 148·
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
COUNTY TICKET
For District Clerk :
A.vrzi Carothebs
Tom Burleson
For County Clera:
Rufe Hendricks
C. M. Banner
Η. E. Pickett
For Sheriff:
Β rice West
J. P. Minnick
For County Judge
Lee Hawkins
J. T. Spencer
For Connty Tax Assessor:
Ike Eason
For Tax Collector:
Billie Bkatcher
For Justice Peace, Precinct No. 1:
G. Q. PiERSON
E. P. Anderson, Jr
For Constable, Precinct No. 1:
H. A. Cooper
CITY TICKET
For City Attorney:
Ο. H. Chapman
Y. D. Kemble
For City Assessor and Collector:
J. H. Ragland
Clint Spalding
P. J. Hekndon
M un se y L. Campbell
J. B. McCaul
For City Treasurer:
Loots L. Shackelford
For City Secretary:
George Walkek
Η. M. Bishop
M. Kuttnee
2?or City Marshal:
Tom Dixon
Will Kyle
Mayor Make·» Si me Recommendation?.
At the meeting of the council Tues
day night Mayor Pickett submitted
tie following recommendations for
the consideration of that honorable
t>ody.
To the Honorable City Council of tie
,City of Waxihachie, Texas.
Ge'ntVctnen: J ii<ytft<*ith recommend
to your Honorable Body fofjoor im
mediate {consideration the following:
let. That you issue at once bonus
"bearing inU rest at the rate of 4 per
cent per annum and in amounts suffi
cient to refund tbe 814.000 city hall
bonds, #7,000 public acnool house
bonds, and $5.500 water works bonds
of the firtt series, all of which are now
bearing interest at the rate of 6 per
cent per annum and on all of which
the ten year option will become effec
ti\e in the month of March next. The
sinking fund belonging to each of
theses issues of bonds and in tne
bands of the city treasurer should of
course be exhausted in the redemp
tion of these outstanding bonds and
relunding bends issued for the re
mainder.
2ad. That you pass an ordinance
making it the duty of the city secre
tary in adrition to the duties already
Imposed upon htm, keep all of the
bookd of trie water works department,
make oat and collect all accounts be
Uonging to said water works depart
ment, and make all reports of said
•department and such other duties as
the council may from time to time dé
termine.
3rd. That the water committee be
Xnstrnct6d to at once make all ar
rangements and put in oil fuel at
water works plant
Very respectfully,
H. E. Pickett, Mayor.
Mr. H. D. Rosser received a tele
gram tbi? afternoon from hie mother
at Cooper stating that she would
reach here tonight to attend the bed
side of bis sick wife. Mrs. Rosser is
reported as not doiDg so well today
and her family and friends are quite
*nxicu3 about her condition.
With the Jury.
The fate of Spencer Beck, the al
leged slayer of Rafe William·, ia now
in the bauds of the jury. The argu
ment in ibeeaee began this morning
and was concluded at 8:30. At exact
ly four o'clock Judge Kemble fluiahed
delivoiing his charge and the ^3 re·
Jtttwd.
Latsr.-After being ont forty mln- ;
«tes the jury returned iU verdict
Hading the defendant guilty at man
•laugh Ur and a—awing hia ponish
KMuat at two year* la the penitentiary. 1
1 v^r
The Thief·..
...of Beeoity
In Captured by Hra<li)eid'ii Regulator.
Thousand· of young women are awaking to
the fact that Inherited comlines*. has l>een .stolen
away and instead of glowing cheeks, bright ey***
and sni· · th brows, the t»*li ta e wrinkles of pain
have t-iken the place of these former charms.
These are the warning feeling·*! Weak, tired
and exhausted in the morning, no life, no aw.I i
ti »n to enter upon their former pleasures, irrit
able, cross, discouraged, dull headaches, general
dispirited feeling, sleepless nights, cold feet, |»<>or
circulation, "t»earimr down p.ins. All these
symptoms Indicate deranged and weak *ned or
/ans. Shattered nerves » nd ex lia η sted energies
follow the Weakened condition of the female
organs as surely as night follows day. Save
yourself from more terriole results, redeem your
youth by taking ■■— 1 ■■
Bradfield's
Female Regulator
The most strengthening, invigorating, men
strual regulator in the world.
It relieves painful menstruation, profuse men
struation. obstructed menstruation, inHamma
tion of tne vagina, displacement, membranol
catarrh, nervousness, η wad ache», rt c*t*ra.
lleauty of face and symmetry of form are the
result of the use of the**· healtn drops.
Of druggists $1.00. < >ur book, Perfect Health
for Women, mailed fret*.
The bradfield Regulator Co.
» ATLANTA. GA.
The Crop Situation,
In conversation with the farmers
and *t cfcmen from the different parte
of the connty who are here attending
court hie week we learn that the situ
tion throughout the county is very
encouraging notwithstanding the fact
that the drouth continues. Water is
becoming quite ccarce in some locali
ties and a great many farmers are
hauling, but they say the prospects
are very bright for a splendid crop
this year. To bear out our assertion J
that everything is in good condition,1
the farmers with whom we have con- !
versed with in the past few days tell
us that wheat is an excellent shape.
It was not injured to any great extent
by the freeze of some weeks ago.
The light rains which fell before and
after the freeze has helped the young '
plant materially and it looks fresh and j
healthy and is growing nicely. The
ground is said to be in excellent con- !
dltion, contains a great deal of moist
ure and plows nicely. Farmers say
that the ground is being put in splen
did shape for plantiog. This part of
Texas has been dry before and things ;
loosed a little gloomy, buta good kind !
providence has never yet failed to
send refreshing ehuwers to this goodly
land in time to make a living for man
and beast that dwell therein. There
fore, let us not despair, say our pray
ers, do our whole duty and trust to
him who doeth all things well, and
the good citizens of Ellia county will
live to be as prosperous a» any people.
In Murphv Red Tag 8ile all Ladies j
Tailor made Suite at half price and ;
rainy day skirts also at the same. It |
Deafnesà Cannot be Oured
by local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one
way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitution
al remedies. Deafness, is caused by an inflamed
condition of the mucous lining of tne Kustachian
Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when
It Is entirely closed deafness Is the result, and un
less the lullamatlon can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyd forever : nine cases out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mueuous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case
of deafness (caused by catarrh) that caa not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars
free. K. J. CHKNKV A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold uy Druggists, 75c
Hall s Kainily Mils are the best.
Train Load of Soldiers.
A special train of United States
soldiers passed through the city yes
terday about five o'clock over the
Houston and Texas Central. They
were direct from Havana, Cuba, and
were being transferred to Fort 8111.
They were a stout, healthy looking
>et of fellows and seemed to be greatly
pleased at once more getting back to
their native country. Some of them
have been in Havana since It was
first occupied byj the American sol
diers.
ψ
Murphy's sell all fcadies Jackets at
j ist one-half price. It
A Change in Operators.
Another change has been mads in j
night operators at) the Katy depot.
Mr. F. E. Lindsay, who has been hold
ing down the night keys for the past
month, haa.resigned and returned to
his home in Indiana. The vacancy j
was filled by Mr. M. Tiffany, of. Fort |
Scott, Kansas.
10,000 yards white «bod»—all kinds;
5c to $1.00 yd—at Ooat in Murphy'·
Red Tag Sale. It
Indefinitely Postponed.
On aooonnt of the death of Mr. B.
L. Goodloe the public inatallatlon of
> ffl ο e r a and entertainment to
iiave been held at tûe Knights of
•/thiae hall tonight ha· been port
ioned indefinitely.
Now'· the time to bay aboea—Mar-,
>hy aeile them at f b$ cot la the â*d
rag Halt. It
ίι!" ,· "um. mssssBomtammmm
I FtFTEEN KILLED.
("♦fil of TIwm Hart In the TnMi (Mr
IMm Μ«τ M*.
New York, Jan. 9.—In the wreck
j New York Central railroad tunnel tLal
burrows under Park avenue thla city.
15 passengers were killed aud twtc«
that number lnjurod. A doien of the
latter were seriously hurt and the ro&
ter of the dead may be extended.
Almost a riot was causer) at a police
etati > ι by the arrest of h man giving
his ' ie as John Maloney. accused by
Coront-r Scholler oi atten.p'ing to roil
the bodies. of the dead as they lay in
i»e station house
When he was t tken Itefore the ser
grant at the desk t <· friends and rela
tives of some of t. <> dead fere «ο in·
ensei! that they sever1' 'ltt· mpt.a
to get. at him, shouting "He tugat. to
be lynched."
"You ought to be bu: >ied in said
«...e sergeant to Maloi.ev. " ."ou the
the meanest criminal I ever sa .v. Take
hint away quick."
Maloney was taken to a cell.
Maryland SHnAturial Outlook.
Annapolis. Jan. 9.—Arthur Γ. Gor
man and Chairman Murray Vandiver
[ of the Democratic state central com
mittee were selected as the Democratic
nominees for United States seuator aud
state treasurer respectively at the
Democratic caucus.
Senator (Jorman's selection was
unanimous and enthusiastic There
were G4 members present, and as 81
ΑΚΤΗ Ι! Κ Ρ GORMAN
are sufficient to elect 011 joint ballot
the question of the United States een
Btor and «fate treasurer is regarded as
settled.
The Republicans nominated Con
gressman William H. Jackson of Wico
mico county for United States senator
and General Thomas J. Sherlock of
Baltimore for state treasurer.
Ν y m Jitn, ih*> fVoinan
San Antonio. Jan. 9.—Thomas Strag
grins was convicted of forgery in the
district court here and his punishment
fixed at three years in the penitentiary.
This is his second conviction of forgery
at this term of court, the punishment
In the other case being five year*.
Stra«gins Is a negro, and has proven
himself a veritable black "Jim the
Penman." His game was to forge
checks on local banks, signing the
names of well-known businées men.
and his work was well executed. He
would present the checks in person,
and as he was well-known as a porter
at a leading saloon in the city, the
money would be paid over to him. At
one bank he secured between $500 and
$600, all of which went In negro gam
bling places. There Is another case
pending against him.
Town Lot Tir te· Involved.
Denlson, Tex., Jan. 9.—An interest
ing case is being beard in the district
court of the Northern district of the
Indian Territory The case is styled
P. K. Morton vs. Townsitc Commis
sion, Creek Nation. The allegations
set up by Mr Morton are that he se
lected 160 acres of land to which he
was entitled as his allotment In the
Creek nation, and later there were 40
acres of the land taken by the townslte
commission for the townsite of Ok
mulgee out of his allotment. He asks
that the title to this land be restored
to hlru as a portion of his allotment.
The decision will involve titles to
new town lots in the territory.
Two Arrouta Mari*.
Ardmore, I. T., Jan. 9.—Two arrests
have been . ade by federal officers In
connection with the alleged murder of
Thompson Pickens, an Indian senator
of Pickens county, who was recently
found dead by the roadside. The Chick
asaw legislature has made an appropri
ation of $750 for the purpose of inves
tigating the death of Pickens.
frlico'e New Freight Depot
Fort Worth, Tex., Jan. 9 —The Fris
co Railway company has let the con
tract for its new freight house here.
It is to be a 2-story pressed brick etruc.
ture 40x200 feet with a shed 40x100
feet, and will cost about $20,000. It Is
to be located on railroad avenue, be
tween Jennings avenue and Hemphill
street.
Pmldanl Ztlaft Ke-Kl*«Ud.
Managua, Nicaragua. Jan. 9.—The
presidential elec toral vote was counted
Wednesday in the presence of the Nlc
ftraguan congress. Ueneral Santos U.
telaya was declared reelected unanl
mously for a term of four years. Con
gress, in a body, called on President
Zel&ya and congratulated him.
Th« rnnchlH Or·*!·/!.
W&xab&chie, Tex. Jan. 9.—At the
meeting of the city council an ordi
nance w&e adopted grunting a fran
chise to Α. Τ Byars and associates to
enter and operate a trolley line in this
city, being the Warahachie terminus
of the projected Wax&hachie and En·
nis trolley line.
Smallpox ht tk· T»rrH«» J.
Ardmore. I. T., J·"· ·-—A number of
rase· of sraaftpoY are reported among
the negroes uround Froxrllle. I. T.
Tell Your Wants to the
Public
Through the Light Want Column.
The return» will be prompt and satis
factory. We want to make the Want
Column a permanent feature of this
peppr. if you have anything to sell
or trade, want to boy anything that
eonebocty else llkelv has to sell; want
a boarding hou°e or want boarders,
try an sdlet in (be Light. Tnia in the
people's column — the clearinghouse
for your wanta.
Ι/ΛΤΕ5—One time *$c per word; two
times 3.c per woH; three times lc per
word. CASH WITH RDER AL
WAYS.
hjtd
WANTED—Second ^nd safe, me
dium size. Maione Hardware Co tf
Ladies suits made to Order !iee
Mrs. C. J. Griggs, 101 Mafvin st tf
Nice furnished room wit» grate for
rent. 112 K»n'man street. tf
House for rent, completely furnish
ed. Apply 613 W«*t Jeff »on -st, tf
For Sale—The Manuel »es1d»nce
on College street. See E.^k. f)u0nse.
Fok Kent—Good business hgtise on
east side of square. Apply 9/0 J. R.
King. » tf
For Rent—A good business house
on east sida of square. Apply at this
office. , tf
For 8ale —A very flne\p#w, fresh
in milk, aecond calf and milks with
out calf, gentle. See Maione Hard
ware Co. 243
For 8a le—I off or my home on
Main street for sale on.éaay terms;
furnished or unffcrnined, seven
rooms, electrio Ugh6y<élty water, and
close to Trinity University. Every
thing is brand new. J. W. Fraoer. tf
At tbe Theater.
The attraction at the new opera
house last night was witnessed by one
of the largest audiences ever assem
bled in an opera house in Waxaharhie.
"A Senator's Daughter" is a strong
bill and it was presented by the Cur
lias people in a magnificent manner.
The members of the cast not only re
peated their lines in a perfect manner
but sct*d their parts in a way that
made them quite realistic. Harry
Lee's song and dance act made a hap
py bit. At the end of the third act
three handsome rocking chairs were
given away.
The bill for tonight, "After the;
War," a pretty southern romance, is :
one of tbe strongest plays belonging J
to Mr. Curtiss' repertoire and it never
fails to mate a nit. In one act two
prison cells are transformed into solid
wails on the bank of a river while in
ihe distance may be seen an illumi
nated city. Those who fall to attend
tonight will miss tbe event of the
week. New aonga and special music.
Saturday afternoon at two o'clock a
{rand bargain matinee will be given.
This will be the eyent for the children.
Before the performance cincludes a
aumber of dolls will be given away
Saturdav night, an elegant gold
watch, either ladies or gents, will be
given away.
All Furs at Nej^York coat at Mur
phy's Red Ta^jffcle. it
A Deep Mystery·
It Is a mystery why'women endure
Backache, Headache, Nervousneaa,
Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting
ind Dizzy Spells when thousands have
proved that Electric Bitters will quick
ly cure such troubles. "I suffered for
κ ears with kidney trouble," writes
Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peterson, la.,
'and a lame back pained roe so I
*>uld not dreaa myself, but Eleotric
Bitters wholly cured me, and, although
Γ3 years old, I am now able to do all
jay housework." It overoomea Con
itipation, improves appetite, gives
perfect health. Only 60c at Herring
sparks Drug Oo.
If you want to sell your proper
ly list it with A. T. Biahop. tf
fP
UU) UIILLIV V> Wt)
Grocers
In Lee Penn's Old Stand,
New fresh goods of the beet
brands at reasonable prices.
We will appreciate a part of your
trade.
Prompt delivery and careful at
tention given ail orders.
Phone 62 Waxahachie
DON'T
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Mailjr. b· m«4* wall, atice*.
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TIME TABLE
Η. Λ T. C. Schedule.
WEKf BOUND.
No. 43 leave· 7:44 ft. m. Connect·
at Port Worth wttb Ft. W. a D. C.
and Ft. W. & R. Q.
No. 63 leave· 9:32 a. m.
No. *i ieave· β: 12 ;p. m. Connects
with Santa Fe and Hock laUod.
EAST BOCND.
No. 42 Ifaves 11:19 a. αι. Regular
Honaton and New Orleans conoec
tiona.
No. 54 leave· 3:30 p. m. Connect*
at Garrett for Dalla· and Coralcaoa.
No. 44 leaves 6:57 p. m. Regular
Honaton and New Orleaat cos sec
tion·. _
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NOTICE
Mr. Horace Haywood, one
of Waxahachie and £111·
county'· favorft* hor*e
•boere, la now located at C. N. Ander
•on'i «hop, Hi Waiar «treet, where be
will ran a special bor«e«tu>etng de
partment He will be tflad to serve
you In thia spécial line
* ■
Phone 247
for a Plumber
Charge· to «ait hard time·
Guar· η ten· hi· work to be
aa good a· the beat.
Ed Smith, Plumber
106 Cottage streetj
See Claude D. Lipscomb
For Real Estate and Loans,
On land notea, chattel mortgagee, j
Alao on cotton cooeègnmeata cattle, j
tnulea, horaea Office op «taire, Wil
liam· Block, Waxaoacbte, Tsui.
j j
Old Papers j
for sale at this office
Twenty cents per 100
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
CLEANED
PRESSED
AT LACKLAND'S
TAILOR SHOP
I work a Specialty
108 College Street.
BEST
PASSENGER SERVICE
IN TEXAS.
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Ο ALL*·, YCXAft.
To the Ohizcne of Wazehachie tad Ellle County—Uree tin*:
It is with pleasure that wejannounce to you we
have purchased the Hardware stock of W. A. Calfee,
and will conduct the business at the same stand as
heretofore; will add to the stock as necessity
demands and endeavor to lead th^- van in this line.
"Cheipness without quality is like a flower with
out fragrance.'* We don't propose to sell you Hardware
without the "fragrance." Cheapness and quality go
hand in hand here.
We would be pleased to have our friends "drop in
and take a look around." We're sure you will not
trouble us; "and, too, we are only too glad to meet old
friends—3nd.new ones.
With best wishes for a happy and prosperous
1902, we are yours commercially,
WILL HOORE & CO.
Waxahachie, Texas.
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Buy «η
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In the
Aetna
;he largest company In the world
writing Accident insurance.
R. D. MoOOMBS,
Office in Citisen· Nat'i Bank Bidg.
ild-lw
Mrs. C. J. Grfggs,
'eoreeentlBK Chu.|>. 8tavec« 4 Bra.. ChiMco,
:ha greet Ladlea3IuraUfcln* Hooaa and Salt*
Hade to Order, hu ■ fall tlaa Of ITall and Wlater
ïamplea and plate» of salt·, wraps, waist·, ate.
uid would be (lad to bava tbe lad let call aid
izamioe tbe·.
ΙΟΙ fWrvta Avenne.
Me br o.
Make your wanta known
through our illustrated want ool
umn. A new pioture will appear
at the beginning of each week·
Yoa find the new· tn the Light.
' c U R F
arrests falling hair.
Cures Dandruff, Brittle
Hair, Itching and all
scalp troubles. Fully
guarateed to cure or
your money back.
"Coke Dandruff Cat· ia
fvA/pr -Jl award·)
A. R* BREMER CO.,
Lsther Your Mead with
Coke Shampoo
& «Toilet Soap
|-——ι.o,~n
Guuin* stamp* d CCC Nevtr ««Id hi bulk.
Beware of the dtakr who trk* to κϋ
"aeimiWR· tu»t m food."

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