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THE -VENING NEWS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. IS93.
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I H BR PHYSICIANS
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yLn esraran & Si.iNu ivimi
JW AM VdffWURI TMV-1 WIVnrtTM Mr na am -,,,L
We are now Sole Agents for!
Waco for the Celebrated MIL-1
LER SILK AND STIFF HATS.;
They are conceded to be the
Xjijlxtsrfc and most!
Hats made, to say nothing of
their Superior Wearing Qual
ities. The New Fall Shapes
are now ready for your inspection.
DR. WM. OSBORNE"
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lutr nt tiitnmfti 'k Itiuu ttn .
l'rinit,-Hicf nt tmUlturt, An tut .soiif;
Vnttrtli i pitt
I) litre limns t hi . ,., i ; t ;) ,
ill' ) hunt mil in r! Imi
WACO, - TEXAS.
T. R. BALDWIN, M. D..
urjPTUtE AM) Utri'w iKthUST
ut iv i. rum inr. r in n niu.
L'tiiini s.'f, no, ;i I,
ltlS)lirf t 7 u awi llth itrrtt
tiffin- llnun !l tn '' I. V
' :n in . i" u.
L. W. CAMPBELL,
tOMIt!1 IklMl I'lMIIIM II T III l.lll.
WACO, - TEXAS.
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TERRY L. BAKER,
Shoe and loiliing Company
Sellers of Good Reliable Goods
121 and 123 S. 4th St., Waco, Texas.
Our "Bessamer" Suits for Boys are ALL
POL, DOUBLE SEAT and KNEE, made for
h. who are Hard on Clothing. Price $5.
Equal to any $7 suits in the city. Try them.
We are also showing a great line of Boys' Fall
its at $2, $2.50 and $3. Ladies will find
Ur Boys' and Children's Department the most
complete in the city.
KlMfi and niiiM Cnioap
Sellers of Good Reliable Goods.
121 and 123 S. 4th St., Waco, Texas.
ir i To, it iits
oJfc, ::t,i t-'j t'nthi
CULLEN F. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WACO, : i TEXAS
Office ovor Waco Htalu Bank.
1 hi.uk t i,. srniHLiNi.
3 BLAIR I STRIBLlNu, i
ATTORNEYS AT - LAW,
tff.'fi, lllltlll Iconic, II'.IC'O, 7KA.I.S,
JOHN L. DYER,
Attornev - and - Counsellor
Office No. I20J4 N. Fourth St.,
DR. G. M. PATTEN,
Jtoom f!t, li evident I'uilillna, tltiro, lev.
ltrous Ot hie !at
Oflicf fO.I'J .latin Arrnnfi.
Mr. J. K Horne luft for San
Augelo to attend the fair and attend
tO priMllC bllMUH'Hd.
All hats', bonnets and
framed at actual coat and
trimming at great y re-
I'neprf lirienw- Rntiimar
Z corsetr, hair goods' and
wigs of overy description.
Tho Sylvan toihit goods.
S Hair dressing by Mrs1.
nuts it. j. imiss,
400). An tlnbt , nenr Fourth.
WACO ART CLASS.
At 10 o'clock, a m crery Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday, undtr thu dine
tlon of Jlloni de(li&aac it aula r technical
tuition In envy branch, Jood and coin
F YOU WANT
TO BE FOUND AT
Saloon and Restcurant. AD
night and clay service.
W. E. ARMSTRONG, Proprietor.
ItemoTCi Frecklei, Pimples,
Liter Moles Ulsokheadi,
8unburn anil Ton, and r
Mores the bill 'i i i on,;,
n&l Jre-uiu's, pvxiuciui; n
clear su'l luuliiiy ,f m
druBglits, or rja-i- a iuc 50 v.
VIOLA SKIM SOAP l" " ''r ln-orrin m
ikln rurtlflni N.!. uwqi'W p" t"i Win. .nil wULout
rll W i r..t.rj. Mnilwij wn uA tollMi bJI
ctvl. Ai drafil-tk. Pric25Csn'i.
G. C. BITTNER A CO., Toledo, O.
hannloji. Xt an
BuiiU ior Circular,
Dotlninf; Offenses Against Public
Justice, and Prohibiting: Siime.
He it ordrtir.od by the City Ccunoil of
thu Cuy ot Waco,
Section. 1. Any illicer cf tho oily
of Whoo, hiivinj; tho lCjjal custi ily if
a poison acoimrd or toi.victed of i
mi-ilciiietiior who wi.llullj permits
suoh perron to escape or to he res
cued shall bo lined not exceeding one
See. v. Any officer of o Cit) c"
VmcohaMUg tho leal custo ' ul a
tersi'n incused or eonvioud ofn ini
(kuieanor, and who ticghptntlj per
mita siuh ptrsou to escape or be res
oued filiall be )iinished by n fiuo not
exctediDi; livo liundred dollars
t?eo I? Any ollicor of tho City ol
Waco who willfully refuses or fniK
liom nefjloct to execute anv lawful
process in hi-, htinds, requiring the
arrest of a person accused of a inisde
nicHDor, whereby o accused oseipes,
or who wilhully refuses to lecoive
into the city jail under his charge, or
to lecoive into his cuody any por
son lnwlulhy coimuitteii to such jail
on mi nocusation of a niisdeme.mor, or
lmviully committed to hi-, ouhtody in
buch aoouBntioii, shall bo punished by
a fine not exceeding fivo hundred dob
Sec -i If any private person np
pointed with his own consent to exe
cute a warrant of arrot iHHiied by any
piopor officer of tho City of Waco,
shall be guilty of miy one of the Ol
ten-.es horetol'ore enumerated in this
chapter, ho shall bo punibhul in the
name uunner as an officer in a like
Seo .". If any peison shall convey
or cause to be conveyed into the city
jail of thu City of Waco any disguiHO,
lDBiiumonr, arms, or any other thing
useful to aid ny prinotifr in esoaping
with iri'ent to fncilitnto tho escape of
a prisonei lawfully detained in buch
jail, upon au ucciifation of a uiisdr
iiicanor,ho shall bo fined not oxcecding
fivo hundrtd dollars
Sec. ti If any person shall will
fully aid auy piisoner to et-cape from
tho custody of an oflicci, by whom ho
is h gaily detained in custody on an
accusation of a misdemeanor, by doing
any act oaloulatd to elleot thnt ob
ject, ho shall bo punished by a fino
not exooeding five hundred dollars;
and if in uiding in tho eHeape, ho
make use of arms ho ohall be pun
lahed by a fine not exceeding one
Sec ?. Tho oflcndos enumerated iu
Articles or Seotions five and bix are
complotd without tho aotunl eHoapo of
the prisoner; and a person accural of
any of said uffonses may beproHoouted
and tried, although the porsou escap
ing be retaken, and although after
being retaken he is brought to trial
Sec 8 If any porson in the City of
Whoo shall willfully oppose or resist
an officer in exoeutirg or attempting
to oxcouto any lawful warrant for tho
arrest of another person, in ease of
misdemeanor or in arresting or at
tempting to arrest any person without
warrant where the law authorizes or
rcquiros the arrest to bomado without
warrant, ho bhall bo punished by a
fine of not less than twenty five nor
more tlmu five hundred dollr.rs; and
if arms bo u.sed, by a fine not lcsd than
lifty nor moio than ono thousand dol
Seo. !) If any person boing called
on by tho mayor, marshal, or polioe
officer, bhftll fail or rofii6c to aid suoh
officer in any matter in which by law
he may be rightfully called to aid or
asHist in tho oxecution of a duty in
eunibent upon such mayor, marshal
or police officer, he shall bo punibhed
by a fino not exceeding ono hundred
See 10 If tho party against whom
a legal warrant of arrest is dtreoted in
a misdemeanor c&bo shall in tho City
of Waoo resist its execution when at
tempted by any person legally author
ized to executo the same, he Hhall be
lined not oxecoding fivo hundred dol
lars. And if arms bo used in making
tho resistanoe, in such a mannor as
would make him liablo for an absault
and battery or an aggravated assault
ar.fl baiterv. hfi shall rnnnfim ih
highest penalty affixed by ordinancoj
for the commission of such offenso in '
ordinal)' ousep. '
aeo. 11. Accusation within the
meaning of tho ordinances of this
city, means a charge made in a lawful
manner Hgamst ai.y person that ho
has been guilty of some oflenbo which
subjects him to protieoution by tho
city of Wico. A person if said to bo
ACci'siucf an offense from the time
that any criminal action shall have
been commenced against him. A
legal arrest without warrant, a com
plaint to the mayor, a warrant legally
issued, are all ejumplea of accusa
tion-, and a person pronoeth i Jir,ust
byet'her ot those is fai I to t,0 ac
cused. tftc 1v! A person is 1 i v in
fun diu jail or i-..aiy ,i ,ni .1 in
iu-.iod wltn In n.is iieen e uitmtteJ
i aireoud u,. -n i l.gal warrant oi
.iriisi,diu any i til i moi'cs pointte
j out in the Cod, ui Ci uunal I'nKudiro
of I ho State of Tixa-
Sic l,'i. '1 Iu flurd ail n efns aos
place of eoifiiR'in nt u-i d tor delmu-
lr a prisoner.
S ci II By , flunr, n u, i' i , tli,-.
oril'ii in'( , is in, ,ut aiu pi .ire lit ir
of the-City c I Ware, er Bi.y per en
spieiu'ly ami or id bj w.nmiit ,
, tr-i -'
ei l." The ti'iu arm, as u,. 1
in ih s ordi. ariei, im ludes uny d. i lly
i wea n.
Sic 1(J Ai i pi rs n who flll lu
tlieeity of .i,-ti falsely i-nmer-!
pretei.d to b" nulielnl, rxoeut m
j pi ac" iiU'uer of thin city, arul hIi-iII
itakoiipcn hiiii-cll In net as -uli,
shnll be jiunishtd by impim iiuii-ni
n tin pity jail (or n ti mi not evccel
iug mx months, or by n fn e not rx
cending fivo bundled dollars
l'.wscd Sept. mbcr 21st, ly ;
Approud: C C Mi Ci 1 1 oi h,
Attest. W. C. Cocpkh,
. . ,-.,
Uy U. W. J.mii.o.sowsm, Dtpnty
Rcgulatlnt; Hack Drivers at Rail
Ho it ordained by the city council of
the city of Waco.
Section 1. It shall bo hereafter tin
lawful for any person to sohut
pasrengers or eust(.mern upon tho
arrial of any train in thm city upon
tho platform of any rsilwuy ct mpiii y,
or upon tho spuce betwten the railroad
trAek and tho depot buildings; or
solicit passengers or cuatomeis nt
such depot in a loud oi bmsttrouH
Section 2. It tiliall bo unlawful for
any perton hi.ving control or chaigo
of vehicle for the transportation of
passeugers or baggage, or any person
driving suoh vehicle while awaiting
employ tueut at any railway depot
within tho city, to be or remnin more
than three feet from such vehicle
yection 3. It shall be unlawful for
auy person to refuse to pay tho fate,
heretofore established by ordinance,
after boing carried to his destination,
or place whers ho loaves such vehicle,
wheu ouch faro is demanded by the
driver or per.son having such vohiclo
Section I Anv person violating any
prov.nirn nf thm oriliiianoo shall be
deernul guilty of a misdomeancr and
on conviction shall bo fined in any
sum not less than $5 nor more than
Passed Soptombur -J 1st, A. U ISfKJ
Requiring Scavengers to PorTorm
tholr Duties Botweon tho Hours
of 10 p, m. and 4 a. m.
Uoit ordained by tho city council of
ihe city of Waeo.
Section 1. That it shall be tho duty
of scavengers, and persons engaged
iu scavenger woik, to rerform such
work between the hours of 10 p. m.
and -1 a. m., and it shall be unlawful
for suoh persons to do buch work at
any timo except as herein allowed.
Sec ". Any person violating any
provision of this ordinance shall he
doimed guilty of a mibdemeanor, and
on oonvictiou shall be punished by a
fino of not less than fivo nor more
than ont hundred dollara.
Parsed September 1 Ith, A. I). 18!i:t.
C C. McCui i.ocii, .Mayor.
"test. W C. Cooper,
; 1 ,. iJablonowsici, Deputy.
If the collector fails to find you
when he calls, pleaso oall at the offico
and pay yonr subscription if it is un
paid. We need the monoy to pay
bills incurred furnishing you the
For rheumatism, gout and all pain
e nothing but Climax Oil.
You will always have it if Climax
Pills are used when you aro bilioui
or troubled with indigestion 25 cents
a box. Try them.
Who uso Climax Pilln, beoauso thoy
aro purely vegetable and do not grino,
but act mild. Try them if you aro
bilious. 2 a cents r box. Sold evry.