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Well, theee ».h r.g* *re w<>rt*i anewiag They int ferte Of f it*. ·! «! Aocept se substitute < > <1 b<-' * Motherhood 'free THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO, ATLANTA. OA. Τ Η»·»·! th* Want Column today IVrhap» you will flnd juti * ' at yon ar* looking for. If you do not flnd it today, try an ad in t?.· Want Column tomorrow. Tli» coat u rrry Κ »·. "Th*>»«> ar« in* want* < ! mortal man."- John Qatnry Adani*. ΙΛ1ΗΤ - The yard r*rtrlplfc No*. 4!04 Ι1«Γ» for two hairs of <-<»tt/>n d»po*|t»· 1 Sn tht* Farmer» cottoi^tard O^tolwr i,"»th. Kinder Pleat* r*t«rn f t ft Tir«*y, Ho*. Tfxa». fw>j» ■■*#·.·■:>·. J# HI KK i'ORN t'hofs WH'<-*tCii<»i)>t. Kar Corn and <»at· tf|>l All kind» of îimhI at Slwjwr tirais Company. t*l«pbo&e u· your "rd^r Old plion*· CtO, n«w pboDc 75. tf IF ΥΟΓ w no ι to ke«f> «àrm t h » #i winter buy the Sleeper Oram Com pany'» Keiifjr MoAlesttr and Col or ado Lump Coal N*» pBone 73, old phone ,7). tf WANTKD low t*rt* at one* at N*w (irist Mill tf TWO UKNTLKMKV-l »ii jret v«-ry deeirable room wit*. hoard by applying at 31») W. Franklin St. tf TWO Κ Η Κ S H tuii*iycow« for «al** S'··· Kd Will la»ι». 11 / KO H BAINY DAY < Ό AΤΗ Mr· Ο. J· Grljfjre. » Jr tf \/ —* FOR BALK Mv γ· η1(Ι>·ι^" oh Old hatn Avi'iiuc. Dr. J. A*t»ra4sev. tf FORÉtKST Oui t'xptu housi 40."ι W«>st Main stre«t.' ,Αΐι uf'»sarv ont building*. City V'at'T. Apply to Kd Oldham tf 50 M Κ Ν WANTKDt-l/cti who can deposit 130 or ili*l .Tor security. Addresa I'. O. Il«»x !'#. Waxabachie, Tum. WE soil Hawing Mat'|ihi«r« at popu lar prie»·*, from $15 JCAI. Waxa hactlle Hard war·· Co. / tf DRESSMAKING U «ti«f a e t i ο η guaranteed, 313 Kast Marvin Ave., 'I'ttt-'J rit»Ks Mrs. Mat tie Lay. !*; WE HAVE Just revived machin ery with which we can sâw your wood at home. Stow Bros. tf —■—~· - - ~ψ· ·φ * - — LADIES Mrs. C. J, (iri«gs will be pleased to «how you |i#r samples of rail suit·. tf DR. KING'S T*r NEW DISCOVERY FOR THAT COLD. ΤΑΚ Κ NO SUBSTITUTE. Cures Consumption,Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma* » Pneumonia,HayFever,Pleu risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. * NO CURB. NO PAY. PriMtOc. tad SI. TRIAL BOTTlfS FRfS. HHHkË, · REPLIES TO CHAR® ι General Hughe* Quotes .ts ACMcl From an Epist'<. A PAMPHLET IX CASE The Burning of Iloiio, it is Said by the Officer, Was the Work of Insurgents anil Not of ihe Eighteenth. Washington, Nov. 10.—The war de partment baa made public a statement by General R. P. Hughes in reply to charges contained i na letter written by Henry Loom is Nelson in a Boston newspaper August 25, 1902. and which letter is embraced 1 na pamphlet sign ed by Charles Francis Adatbs. Carl S< hurx, Edward Barrett Smith and Herbert Welah, committee, under the title of "Marked Severtles. Secretary Roots Record in the Philippines War far*.' (Jeneral Hughes quoted the following extrait from the letter "The Eighteenth regulars marched from Hollo ki the south to CapU In the aorth of l'an ay under orders to burn every town from^whicb they were attacked The result was they left a atrip »f land sixty roles wde from one end of the Island to the other, over which th·· traditional crow could not have flown without provisions. That It what burning means, and more. It is not done for the fun of the thing but out ef stern n« ««sity " General Hughes who commanded in Panay at the tins» says the burning of Iloiio waa «shown by the official records of the iMsirgent council to have been the work of the insurgents He say* the troops by "some work some light ing and much exposure to Β re were able to wren· h a portion of ilollo from the fiâmes ' After reviewing the work Of the Eighteenth infantry in the province of Panav. General Hughes says "It ha* thus been shown that the Eighteenth regiment of regular» had no order to burn all towns from which they were at'a. ked, and that they did aot leave a strip of land sixty mile», wide from one · nd of the island to the ether over which the traditional crew colud ait have flown without pro visions." but as a matter of fact did leave the country uninjured tb»- town and villages intact; th·* roads im proved bridges rebuilt and the 500.000 natin * of the i<·. lion covered were left In fhe full « nj >y merit of their property and right* * KING'S BIRTHDAY. ÎHvifi» NîH 1er· l»% i.rr m*n Fn l>er«»r. M#td at ha»*i I httrch. Kaitdrlnghani Nov. 1 ·». The weath er Biiartay wt« perfect and mild and the bright sunshine brought rrowje of visitors to Handrlngbaui on the chance of seeing Erapert»r William Th«· approaches to tb«» < hurt h were lined with spectators. Queen Alei andra, the Prim e of Wales and Mrs. Chamberlain arrived at the chur< h to ire:he- Ha!f an himr later King Kd ward Knaperor William Prime Minis ter Raitour. Colonial H< retary Cham b«r!a;n and other distinguished per ton? arrived and stood chatting out fide King Edward talked with Mr Chare her lain for a few minute·, then tit·· em[«>ror of i>rm»ny approach·*! and for a quarter of an hour the em peror and Mr Chamberlain »tood apart and coovemd earnestly The service had begun and the anthem had been reached before th« royal party enter·»! the church, the king tafcirg the emperor's arm The bishop of Ripon preached «η th·· possibility at the disappearance of race distinction* and the attaining ot the graad brotherhood of mau Ktef.l Snlute*. Panama Nov 10 At noon Sunday the British American and Chilean men-of-war fir«d a ^ a hi te of 21 guns In honor of the anniversary of the birthday of Kins Edward. MASON THE MAN. rvrrjr "λτ* II*· l"»·» « ht*»i th<* l'ftwnvd Ar Il<v!#m Krom That IimIH MunJ. Boston. Nov. 10.—George U O. Pt-rry. th»· n<gro who pawned the watches talten from ihe murdered woman. Mise) Clara A. Morton, and Mies A g πee Me Phee, declares that Alan O- Mason I» the man from wh im he received thee»· articles. Perry was taken to the jail in East Cambridge, where Maaon. un der arrest on the charge of killing Mise Morton, le confined pending a hearing In the Cambridge court. In one of the (all corridor*, Perry posi tively identified Mason as the inan who had given him the two watches Ma son. by neither look nor word, betray ed any knowledge of having ween Perry before. When questioned by Sheriff Pairbalrn, Mason merely said; "I do not know this man. I never saw him before." » M«a<l«i by Chiiil'i Kather. Mobile. Ala , Nov. 10.—A mob *ath ered about the central police station Sunday with the intention of lynch lag Lewis Wyatt, a negro, who that day assaulted Maria Cohatance. a lit tle white girl og 6 years. The child's father headed the mob. The chief j of police assured the crowd that the negro weuld be punished, but told them they must let the law take It's course. The mob dispersed. ! All Walked Oat. Steubenville, Ο., Nov. 10.—The raa chiiiats at the National Steel "otnpa ay's mill at Mingo Junction are ont on a strike. Tbey have just organised ao4 presented their scale, but It was net signed and ene member of the committee was discharged, m nil walkeë euL j •OILER BLEW UP. Two Mm Www BUM mmΛ lb· MMIaf Ut «rally Ripped to ftaew. N«w York. Not. 10.—Two were killed and oae of the pumping stations of the city'» water supply system In Queenborough totally destroyed Sun day by the explosion of one of two bie boilers which furnished power for the pumps. The killed: William Dihoy, engineer of the plant, J as. Nelson, fireman. The building was ripped to pieces. Bricks from It flew a distance of a thousand feet or more while the boil er which exploded was hurled 2β0 feet from Its bed. The other boiler which was not in use at the time was lifted from its foundations and thrown a hundred feet in the other direction. The body of the engineer was hurled about 150 feet from the spot where he is supposed to have been stand Ing. Scaling of the boiler is supposed to have caused tlie explosion. Cftihxtral 1er New Orleans. Nov. 10.—Very iter. H. C Hijjnot, for 32 years rector of the New Orleans cathedral, is dead. He was bora in Neulta, France, in 1M2. < » Merob#r. New York. Not. 10.—Joseph Η Choate, American ambassador, uas been elected a member of the exclu sive new club, rabies the Ixndon cor respondent of the Times. U« spike to be driven in the In ternational railway extension to Fort Worth will be c»f pure gold. A ti>f rirtMi A Mt4»t«iobili*t A«-«|»Ut<M. New York. Nov 10. — In June* ia*t «η •t.tnmoblle belonga* to Traflord Hut eron of Omaha Neb., ran down aad kill·*) a whepherd between Ueusaant and Melttn. cables th»· Pans corre spondent of the Herald Mr. Huteeon wan condemns»! by the police court of Melutn to S days Smpriiwjiiinefvt and a fine of 160 The case was appealed and the Ninth correctional chamber has acquitted MiKewon and exonerated him from all blame Pi- Ρre*hi* sif Itarétlu» l»*A4l. New York Nov 10 —A private dis patch received here announces 'he t'eath eavs a Herald <tie patch from the City of Mnifo, of General Manuel Ki r«ndo Barillas f< rmcr president of Guatemala. and a colonei in the Guattw niula army. a* th> result of asphyxi ation by volcanic gas !n the vicinity o' the Santa Maria volcano, where G«-e eral Barilla»"· owned a large wife»· plantation. Hijfuml bjr IiOubc>t, Paris. Nov 10 - President Jioubet Signal the law providing for pension ing the widows and orphans of civil and military offlcws who Jostt their Hvea at the time of the recent volcanic risasters in the island of Martinique Ne mni«ilrr l« IW· vnt. Paris. Nov. 10.—Foreign office re ceived officiai dispatch from Caracas, sa<.i»ig President Castro waa unable to send a minister to Paris, owing to the present disturbed condition of Vetieguela Diplomatic relations be t*«>n the two countries bave been suspended for the past eight years. France being temporarily represented by the char«f» d affaire at Caracas Owing to the prisent revolution France desired to establish a minister near the scene and recently addressed President Castro suggesting the French minister assume, his post when the Venezuelan minister to France was appointed This answer is regarded as indicating Castro a po sition is too precarious to warrant any one of prominence accepting the poet here imaftini In< idrnt. Terrell, Tet . Nov. 10 —A young man living at Elmo and a young lady of that town were victims of an amusing incident at that place. They were handling a pair of handcuffs and the young man fastened one ring of the cuff» around his wrist and then locked the other around the young woman's wrist, Just to amuse a crowd of young people who were witnessing the per formance. After having a little fun over the Incident, she took the key and started to unlock the cuffs, but broke the key off in the effort aad the couple w<*re obliged to go to h black smith shop together and get the cuffs filed in two to get released from each other. Will N«t lie < ill!»·* (iiiftl. Memphis. Nov. 10.—The Commercial Appeal says "President Roosevelt and party will not be the guest» of the Oxark Hunting and Fishing club this week, but. on the contrary will go after bear In the vicinity of Greenville. Miss. John H. McDowell, president of th> Ozark Hunting and Fishing club, lat· Saturday night received a message from George S. Cortelyou, secretary to the president, In which he expressed regret that it would be impossible for the presidential party to accept the invitation of the club for Its bear hunt this week. Farm?™ tirl<! I'p. Ardmore I. Τ Nov. 10.—VV. S. Ful ler and J. M. I^auderdale farmer·:, while returning to Hurneyville from Marietta, where they had marketed cotton, were held up and robbed by two highwaymen. The robbers secured about $300 The officer* have traced the «en near Marietta. Crown Print· at Kaimaa ( it). Kansas City, Nov. 10.·—The crown priac* of Slam broke his western jour ney by a two hours' step here, the time being spent iu a drive through the city. ΉμιΊ]Γ Umtrujrnt, Beaver rails, Pa.. Not. 10.—The e* i«a»lve plaat of the Keyatoae Driller ceapany waa almost totally destroyed by Br* teday The loss is flOO.OM with laaarasce of AT ALAMO CITY. Ctini· BuhMM Mm β»τ· mn KeJey*M« ▼tatt to «Η Aatrato on gaaday. San Antonio, Nor. 10.--The Chicago delegation of business men Sunday ■pent one of the most enjoyable days thus far experienced In tbelr Texas Mvr. In Auatin in the Alamo city. The weather, wbirh has been hitherto flrat cold, then rainy, was that of an Ideal summer day. Leaving Austin at 10 o'clock, after an early morning tour of the city by trolley, a stop of half a_i hour was made at the historic German town New BraunfeU. where the most beautiful natural park of Texas is situated. The San Antonio delegation, headed by President L. J. Hait of the Bus iness Men'3 club, whose guests the Chi cago men are at this point, boaj^ded the train and a fast run waa made to this city. When the special arrived, shortly after 2 o'clock, t&llyhos. perk breaks and carriages were in waiting and the entire party, which has increaeed by the addition of railway officials and local delegations to twice its original number, proceeded to take in all the points of Interest about San Antoaio. Through the principal bur" ■ -s streets the cortege mover!, after wi»jch a two mile drive brought the visitors to Fort Sawi Houston, the military pcwt. of the department of Texas Gen. Fred Grant, the reoeatly appointed commander of the post, surrounded by tfc» officers of his staff shook the band ef each member of the party and an in«pectk>n of the post followed. Then for three hours through Breckenrldge pari* and Sen Pedro park. Laure! Heights, the latter the fashionable residence portion of the city, and past the innumerable -wnaLl "plazas" that beautify the city the drive vts con tinued. the visitors being at length deposited at the Menger hotel, where dintier was served and where the party was mw by Mayor Marshal Hicks. Lat er in the evening a majority of the guests were conducted to a hall, where they were given an exhibition of the Texas sport of cock fighting, and a con test between a badger and a bull dog SLEW HER SPOUSE. He f Ka»»U I he Woman With a Knife sad She I wil » ^liotfun. Bingbaiaton, Ν Y.. Nov 10.—Mrs. Knoc Hinck shot and killed her hue band at their home, about three miles above Port Dickinson Sunday morn ing about 4 o'clock. Mrs. Hlnck was 53 years old They had been married 23 years. For some time Hinck has been jealous of a nephew. Frank Hinck. who has boarded at the Hinck home. Saturday Mrs. Hinck and Mr Hinck and Frank Hinck came to Bingham [Hon. Mrs. Hinck and Frank drove houie alone. About 2 o'clock Sunday morning Hinck. who had ar rived at some time previously in an intoxicate·! condition, quarrelled with his wife and made an assault upon her. She ran out of doors in her night dress, barefooted and pursued by her husband, ran down the road. He was armed with a clasp knife. Finally in the darkness. Mrs. Hinck eluded him and going back to the house barricad ed her bedroom. Hinck went back and when he tried to open the door to renew the assault, the woman took up a shot gun and painted it at her husband. It was discharged, the charge entering Hinck'» breast just above the heart He died in a few inimitée. baseballist shot. Southern i.*·**;u«* Pitcher Λ1Ι«·ιιι«ηκ Mor tally Wounded hihI Kobbed. Pomeroy. Ohio, Nov. 10.—Harry Aliemang. who pitched in the South em league this season, and who has signed with Cincinnati for the coning year was shot and mortally wounded at Maeon. W Va. his homa Sunday. Ailemaiig had been out wkh friends and was returning home when he found burglars at work in the postof flee. A . entry on the outside ordered Aliemang to halt. No attention was paid to the command and the sentry tired on Aliemang. the bullet entering his back and lodging in the left lung When Aliemang had fallen to the ground the robbers took t!i80 from bim. f)<*!tijgtfHl With Weatherford, Tex., Nov. 10.—Oov. Elect l.anham continues to receive many visitor». Col. Lanham says that he finds it utterly Impossible to answ»>T tlie many letters he is receiving Mis time i* taken up in personal interviews with gentlemen who visit him to such an estent that he is unable to devote any time to his correspondence, except to read the letters, which he invariably does. He hopes that his failure to ans wer letters will not be construed as any discourtesy to the writers. Writ#** and Hum. Chicago. Nov. 10.—L>r. Kobert New ten Tooker.» one of the most prom inent physicians of Chicago and presi dent of the Illinois Homopathic Medi cine association died suddenly Sun day of apoplexy. When a servant found his body lying on the floor in the bath room the physician had been dead sev eral hours. Dr Tooker. who was 61 y«ars of age. was widely known as a writer on aiedioai subjects. In Search of Kuumy.* Panama, Nov. 10.—The Colombian government gunboats Bogota and Chu cito left here on a trip along the coast in search of the revolutionary fleet. tl is reported that Capt. Marmaduke of the Bogota has received instructions to engage the revolutionists in a de cisive battle if ho finds it possible to do so. ti«n« Ici l*arttdf>afc«», New York. Nov. 10.—The United States battleahips Alabama. Capt C. H. Davie, aad Massachusetts, Capt. H. Ν Manaey, sailed from this port for Caletra island la the Caribbean sea. where they will participate la Dm Wla ter «aaeuveni ι Genuine Edison 16-Candle Power Lamps 25 Cents Or 4 for$l Φ Single Lamp 30c each No charges made for fusing where we furnish the lamp. Parties who have meters and are using off-brand or inferior lamps will find an increase in their bills. Parties using lamps on flat rate, where their efficiency is not up to standard, will be charged 10 per cent extra. Truly yours, K. ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦»·»♦♦♦···♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦··»·«»«·«»♦♦♦»♦»»M·*»»♦♦♦ } ANNOUNCEMENT; I I ,'E have bought the Feed and Feel bmim ? of 'Λ r Jennings. on College St-€et, and i:ow an préparai ur iite on to give the peop'e of Wax .uscn'.e am thing ir. • hort notice. Prompt dehvery. Waxahachie Feed éc Fuel Company A. JACKS. » φ v*4 Now Is the Time to Prepare 51» Xmas Vist To the f Old Home Will Sell Round Trip Tickets to Pointe in Arkansas, Missouri, Louisiana and the Old States On December 13, 17, 21 22, 23, 26, 1902 With M Days' Return Limit at One Fare Plus $2.00 Lowest rate in three years. And will maintain the t-aine hisjb standard of service that has made it known as the best and most popular line between Texas and the Southeast ÛHKS For Particulars Address 'Γ. P. Little, PA, A. S. Walnek, Τ Ρ A, I). M. Mohuan, Τ Ρ A Corsicana, Tex. Waco, Tex. Fort Worth, Tex. W. H. Weeks, G. P. & Τ. Α., Tyler, Tex. ' Great Rock Island Route L A Rate to AMARILLO (via El R«no) $13.40 Daily Limit .'#) Days Good for Htop-over A New Country All t' Wav Trains now running One Fare Plus $2 to to Graham, Texas, 26j CHICAGO miles west of JacKs=J boro. Leave Fort: and Return Worth 8:30 a. m. daily,1 November 29, 30 and except Sunday ·>« Φ December 1 RECEIVElFULLjINFOR-J ΜΔΤΙ0Ν REGARDING;AK,Y CONTEMPLATED'JOURNI THEKATYFLYER w. H. FIRTH. G. P. G Τ. Α.. Fort Worth. Tex, ι tertio! ί fi. Is the Popular Carrier·# Making the Quickest Time Between North and South Tejcas Rock Ballast Track. Oil Burning Locomotive» No Smoke, Duet or Cinders. Effective November 15th, connecting at H ou «ton with Sane Limited and Pacificl Coast Exprès* to San Antonio, El Pas Loe Angeles, Sân Francisco and for N^w Orleans and the Ea 8. F. B. MORSE, M. L. BOBBINS, Passenger Traffic Manager Oen. Put. and Ticket Agt. T. J. ANDERSON, A. O. P. and T. A. HOUSTON, TEXAS '