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Β re About to Move ψ' ' into o«r new building, and, natufraliy, prefer to move cash oV good note* than to more boggies. .Therefore wie are ι making liberal dlaoounta on every Boggy, Phaeton, or Surrey, t là I our Htoek. If you would like to buy a good Buggy at a good|diicount aee us at once Parlin [0/ Ο render ff Co. The Buggy People feat J. R. King has moved his stock of Furniture from the east side of the Square to Col lege street, just north ot Rogers hotel, near the National Steam laupdry. He now occupies three buildings. well filled ith fifst-clàss furniture which he'll sell cheap ' ' « Call *nd »<*· ifty Well uioAed etock when hι n«ttd<i( «nytnlngr tn ft>« Fnrnitnre line J. R. King:, ÎJV-IZLI'M North ΓοΠ«Ηρ Street, W***haehl»>, TVias Residence Flat Rate for Lights First light - 8ee«nd fight - Third light - Fourth light - Fifth liifht - HUth liiht » K+*v«>uth light Eighth light - Ninth tight - T«*nth lijrht - fl Jl 75 30 00 m 40 :r. 3& as 25 On#1 light Two light» Tbrw lightM Four light# Fir* light* Si* light » PfVMi light* Bight light* Nin»» light* T«»n light·» y fl 25 2 00 2 50 3 00 3 40 3 80 15 50 75 4 4 4 5 0» Km· h additional lijrht 25 cr-nt* por month. Thin dees not include afty all night light or boardiiiKhouae rate. Extra ! <*h« „'· nil! t«- mad· for light in «τνant's room. The Waxahachie Electric Light Company Mise Alice Hastings, Savannah, Ga., say* β hi· was β offer in g ail the torture of a ter rible case of scrofula, and no relief could be obtained until P. P. P., Irippman's Great Rem edy, was tried ; the re sult was a complete cute. % (LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY) is the ideal medi cine for women. Its use insures health and the sub stantial attractiveness which health alone can be stow. P. Ρ P. is the greatest Blood Purifier known to aedlcal science, curing all Scrofulous Affections, Dyspepsia. Rheums Catarrh, Neuriilgia, Malaria and Nerrons Derangements. P, P. P. is sold by all druggists. $t a bottle ; six bottles, $$. Savannah. Ga. UPPMAN BROTHERS, raomjwTORs. umcAX «Lock. U on frmry bos of ttm gnaxtlae Laxative Bromo-Quininc T*bteU the TtatmAj ttuA car·· m cokt ta «no dejr. Ill ail BLOOD. This woman is a picture of per· feet health. Her existence la not made miserable by Shattered Nerves, Wasting Irregularities, Dyspepsia, the Bines, or any of the manifold derangements caused by weak or impure blood. She is full of life and ambition. 8h« is handsome. She is hsppy. Rich blood coursing through her veins maintains her magnificent womanhood, warding off the in numerable diseases to which a weaker woman would be suscep tible. λ 20!? CENTURY TRAIN -Ά. KANSAS CITY. CHICAGO. SÏ.LOUIS,1 AUSTIN. HOUSTON, GALVESTON. SAN ANTONIO. RJILMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. *■ FREE CHAIR CARS. KATY DINING STATIONS, MEALS 50 CENTS. · y heart te at ocur dlninii od oar dintpg Astiify. R They leave a good txete In the mouth. They are the Id tee world. Yoo find thrm enronte to Chicago. Kansas City, Omaha* Denver, Wichita, Des Moines and all the north fMfm Beaumont Tex., Starch 14.—Th« whlf man. who ha··; Seen Implicated by allegation by Mattte Bennett, Uw confessed negro leader ef the gang oi rob berg atd murderers that has been operating here. w»w broagnt to Beau mont Tuesday. bavifi;.; »een arre«te<1 at Hmwtou on the strength of the »οκ4Β'β Ranfexajpn U« deales com· pllcity In the murder. He ynam an irttû moulder employed in .. Jbe foundry wher» lenjarni'b Pnersen one of murdered men, worked. It k| said rh« UwuuMtt woman. ha*, eonfwmed everything except direct murder, saying that her part wan t» drug men «Utérin* tu*r hm-.s* and ttfechftA* of iÎMi rimxç wmiM then beat them hito end rot) thee Tke N«*»h*T river where five feadlec of sappased rletVtn» of ttiç gang irrr« found, sjtfrt* ft» tamk of Beaufocrat. In torn· pi»·» s Hwifjit en· hact A body tkaown hMw t*· tw«eaye 8«&b4* atnali *hoi:ee of befes toned. Τ ht al U^aKtrn *οβ« 4e···* tim Κ H h trve that M Hww· Ikwve «Weeppeareé from Bnuomaet. tifei May ha tfce sa- ' kwtloe af the oijramg Λ f t., Tfc" 9βΛΡ In MORM of Λβ features wt eâlh? tlw Bender family markers in | I .a Be Me tmnn iy. Kamm. M years ~ COTTON IN AFRICA. ν·(»Μ |·|>1ιτ·4 bf ϋ·«ηβΛ> ■·«· *u<MMi«l la M>kt»c AMit *·»»!·. Berlin, March 4.—The negroes of the ] Tuskegee N'ormal and Fndoetrtal in stitute, who were engaged the latter] part of ISO#» by the German gov· rn ment to teach the natives of Togoiaod (let man Wist Africa, Imjw to grow cot tou. bare, according to the report o) i colonial commiiuAOn. succeeded It [ producing cotton which is graded 01 the Berlin exchange atf©vi< the Amer!· can rr.lcMiing The negro s have dern oiitr«ti(i thaï the land in Togtdand is| suitable for cotton. of wàicii tnerr is abundance The on! obstacle to :'ae com m caria' j utiiiaat: >» of this prudut ? U transpor tatiim and i .-*je«'ia'ly setting the bal·· to the coast Th*> colonial committei has sent an expedition of engineer» U survey for ,i railroad fr<*n the coast | town of littUit· to Pailme. in the inter ior *Ιιλ* « loHfif Wnnmi» Henlson. Tex.. March 14.—Franklin Davis. a toy aged IS. is in jail in Mus koger. charged with shooting Miss Neal near Fort Ο:Ι»--οτι Saturday The girl with two other y ou η κ Sadies. *a.< cross ing a stream on a log, when the young man told them h<* was going to shoot a squirrel. He fired and the girl fell In the water Th<* young man and her friends pulled her out and eh" wa taVen borne She was shot In the right side, jiiK» under the ftrni, and is in a critical condition Boston M#W-h 14 Through th< united effort* <rf representative -, of t'a» great merchant bod;:. uf the city, sec ondé by *.î>^ chief executives of ritj and iUU· in conference with the r»-c cgulted lee ϊι rs of organised 'abor the gr«>i ♦ -ir:kf of The freight hand Wr and kimtrewl trades represented ic the allied freight transportation coun cil has ti^-en broken. Fully 20,000 πι··τ who have Ικ-en i tie for fou days re turned to work this moralnt M»'J<»r ^tîfcniry Ι>«μ«1. Washington. March 1-!.- -Major Gen. David S Stanley. United States army, retired, a notable figure in many cam paigns and one of the few remaining corps commanders of the western army died at bis residence here Thursday, aged 73 years, of Bright'» disease He was president of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland and for four years was commander of the National Soldier·' home in this city. Jim Vounfffir vv»nt« *o M«rry St. Paul, Minn., March 14.—Jim Younger wants to get married He cannot, because he la legally dead; hence he la unable to enter into any contract Younger submitted the ques tion uf whether or not he could wed to Governor Van Sandt who has look ed into the matter and decided he can not marry without a pardon or by con tract through the'board of pardons wk*»M ·>ΐΗ^ίί. Orange. Tex.. Mireti 14—Willie Bul ges*, th» 12-year-' id son erf Sam Bur gess. who lives v. at of town went ti the barn to feed the horses An hour later his father went to call him to breakfast and found the boy lying hi the lot, with his skull crushed on th" right side and his collar hone f>p, tured. The physician w!,·· attended him has serious apprehensions as ιο his recovery. Vehicle* Ύ** Qrdfnnticff. Galveston. Tex., Ma:eh 14.—In the , recorder's court lu a case intended tc teat the validity cf the· vehicle tax ordinance, R W. Witeon was fined $25 for not having sccured the required li cense. A writ of habeas corpus will be applied for and will be heard bo fore Judge Gillespie 'n the criminal dis trlct court. Woolen Mill for Oklahoma. Guthrfe, O. T.. March y—A terri torial charter has been granted to the Oklahoma Woolen Mills of Oklahoma City Cor 20 yrara and with $50,000 capi tal. The purpose Is to manufacture snd cell cotton and woolen fabrics. Sii"f·· Η«ι>· for Hhixln. London. March 14.—Private cable messages received here by friends of Cecil Rhodes land ?o the belief that there is but slight hops for his recov ery. 4 -fl Χε cil M.—A yfon-î «MftM? - f SkW-;v: oi a fonçai demaad. h» ■*( ·, «et,; m &»cr«tary of Statft H») ar-fclrg te::· passports for Dr. and Mrs ffi-tm TV TTiOtna* to riait the conw» tration camps of South Africa. Shoolc Mr. Hay ifrala refuse to ad ft ta stated tttit the' parler wilt be taken to thi president. Should Mr. Rooamrelt up hold Mr. THay a final «4M tx J Bade to fjord Paunceinte. TTbe sec end letter; to Secretary Hay te signed by John C Knight, who was appointed hjf G>~s*0+or Τη'** to arrange wltlr «be state deoartmeut (n Mr. Thomas' r«y> VltftKtngon of tbe Cfcéeagt j Inftne rryn °M Q»e lïrltlsh government objecti to Ο ΊΊβφοa« berauae of ble wel' kruyvm pr*-Bo«r, «iterances, W* wt> iewfll scrraf on*> else. We li«wa fWW IbjMMd mM to PhnartrtTftia Oseee ll |tWSfc w>w* waiting. and all oter <*i< wnfcy ft* te tbe «am»·.. In tfcaep* ere ar*> jmwiv wto want in etrt\( ttotfar MOW.'* " ' £ BWYAN^AT WASHINGTON. ■· *» S»Hrt. «>■■! %y Su; SS«—fci'H « I & R«**h n<H»«N *»f CoflfTM·. Wenhirvgtarv March 14.—fWMfatns ί Bryan was [jn Washington TbsniBai en r««tte to yirginia. The meet»·*» oi the Nebraska delegation in aancsesf took breakf^t with blm and later b« vtslted thtf çapîtr»! At the <-apltol \ir Bryan appeared in the members ι-orrldor of the hous; of representative and immediately waf surround'*! hy η large crowd of repre sentativ· * wtio gave him a hearty wei eorae For whip time hp held an In form»! levee, most Democratic, ant quite a number of Republican mem bers, being presented to him Ij»ter lu tn» nay Mr Bryan pair! a vfaît to the senate wing and met most of the Democrat* and many of the Republican senators. He said his visit to the capitol »aa witbout i>o!it.icai significance Storm *t Orrenvillv. Oreenviî'e, Tex . Mar'vh 14 —Duiinti a shower at rain here Wedne sday aft ernoon lightning struck the residenc< of R C. Dial ifl -the son ι he western par! of the city, tearing off the shingles foi about four feet. In the southeasten i portion of the r ity the wind assumet ι the proportions of a tornado. blowing down H D. Wood's chimney and i \ number of barn* in tbe neighborhood The Pompeii sehoolhouse. one and one ha f mile«e south of Ufwrv was biowi 80 feet -and demolished. School hat ! Just dismissed, and the children hat departed for their bom'-e Two mllei j east of the city, and In the track of thf storm, whioh seemed to be about 10( yards -.vide, the wind blew down tiu j barn of A. B. Turner, killing a row No one Is reported to have been in ! jur»*i ext ept one little girl, who tc ' sightly tnjuied In sonrheast Green ί ville. Two fyelnnr* Ν·»ηγ Chien. Chk'O. Τ· χ., March 14.—Two sma! cycton*»*» passe*; north of here Wednes day, One them Pimt-k the resMeaci Of M*e. Jo.-,ie NfrJCuis and two of he?μ children w<;-re bad·'.y hurt. Anotliei j cyr-Tom· struck the house of J ose pi Street, south of town, and left it a to- ! ta! wreck. Katv Stn*ltpnz Ca«9. Austin. March 14.—Motion of new ; hearing was overruled i:i th» tas" oi the M. K. andt T. railway vs. il. D j \W>od et al., trom Hunt county T.ils j is the case where the supreme court j held ftiaî thé railroad company wax liable for allowing a smallpox patient | to est ape from its care and commun!- j cute the disease to Wood and family. Cbargeti With HartUr. Ardmore. î T.. March 14.—United States deputy marshals, who have been diligently working on the Graves murder ease. haVf arrested John Love colored, in the ticinlty of Homer on « chance of murdering Alfred Graves formerly a mail carrier between Bur win and Elk. who was recently found tn a ravine with his throat cut from ' ear to ear. Lov* is in jail here. ^pantfth Cub'net Will ΗμΙ^···· Madrid, March 14.—When Premier j Sagasta Informs the cabinet that the resignation of Senor Urzaz, the finance minister is inrrevocable, all the oth er ministers will resign Scnor Saga ta has Notified th* queers regent 01 th action of the nràùsterr. FarHQftr WnylniiJ and "hot, Krum. Tex., March 14.—James Β Gregory, living four miles southwest ι of Slidell, while on his way hoair I Wednesday evening from Slidell, wa: 1 waylaid and shot Th bail entered! the arm Just above the wrist and lodg | ed in the muscles of the arm Given Ftfi#·**» Vtsan· Sherman, Tex., March 14 —The jury in the ease of J. O. Bauer, charged with murder of Ed Lane in Der î son, i » turned a verdict of rumd r in the sec ond degree and assessing the punish ment at confinement in the peniten tiary for 15 years. Stvtimwii Aocidentmlt) fth-ot. Gonzales. Tex., ...arch 14.—A phone message was received here stating that W. C. Stroman, ci "Stroman. wrh ac cidentally shot in the side with a pis toi. Medical assistance was sent from Belmont and Leesville. The wound is dangerous. Pell Ht-for.- a S«w Sulphur Springs, Tex., March 14.— John Manning, a resident of this county, fell on the log carrier at the Mahoaey ranch, eight miles west of this city, and was carried to ti* saw and instantly kitted. I SECRETS At the Prion of Suffering. Mother's Friend I»> LleiuMqt, κού tm o%ml ujc only. It I· a&trlnt uuT will Sot ««in wmwi'i erfitty AqMn. It w*«W laond h« ehamaifol lif th« *s«fl(iee «rf n»ixî<~jtr *w »ee«»«»ry to M» eut «ea»fui tosne of h<s»ftt\y children. All women e*i*t te Wiffle »thm ·«ed seed onlr t· β droe et or* and for 91.00 secure the prixf- child MitJi rrwrrtr Sweet motherly linOdpetVwi «ml hmltHy h*Me· Μ the DMott af the dm ·« Mother'· friend. Our book "Motherhood* mailed ftee. All women should have It. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO^ ATLANTA, GA. Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda at the " # Waxahachie Candy I Kitchen j lite nut ι λ G rocers In Lee Penn'e Old Stand. New fresh goods of the beat brands at reasonable prioee. We wilt appreciate a part of your trade. Prompt delivery and careful at* tention given all orders. Phone 62 Waxahachû Devenportô : Tim m ins a fi! H The up-to-date Livery Feed * and Sales Stable. Also flrst I class rubber tire carriage. ' have the only first-class hearse in the city. See us ^ when you need anything in the livery line. Phone No. 2 %ët^±Si ESTABLISHED 1883. Ε s. Β Ο Ζ Ε Architect and Builder : : I will furnish you Plans, superintend or etmstruct your work : All work guaranteed : : : Phone 78 Waxahachie, : Texas Did You Ever Have an Experience Like this Mari is Having? Prompt action on our part will help you out in a case of this kind. Our new work would remove the chances of an accident like this ! Stewart— He's the Plumber Hello, 157! ALWAYS ON ΤΙΠΕ 1 White's Transfer and Cab Company Prompt delivery of pateeugere and baggage to and from ail partr· of the city. Your patronage solicited Rogers Hotel $ Phone 131 ^ΛϊΤ5Ί$ TTSWVW* ν k Geo. A. Bayles' Horse Radish Mustard | I Geo. A. Bayles' Peanut Butter I Geo. A. Bayles' Rockfort Cheese | ! V. TRIPPET Will Ralston & Co. for all kinds of Feed Stuff and oiu* lie* door to A»b'i ^Î^iimy^ôweiC. f'ti jee.