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American Secular Union
Ffefused a Hearing.
THE SCOTTISH RITE MASONS
League of (Democratic Clubs
bpeotal to The New a.
1'iiit.AUKM'UiA, Pa., Sept. 20.
Under the caption "What Are Wo
Coming To" several membera of
the National Merchant Tailors' as
looiation are sending to the trade
throughout' the country a copy of
the agreement reached between the
oa tailors of St. Louis and their
employees, who are members of the
Knights of Labor, and which has
just been ratified and promulgated
by the executive board.
The agreement is characterized
88 one of the most extraordinary
and iron-olad in the records of trades
unionism. Among the agreements
made by the employors are the fol
lowing: To employ none but men in good
Handing in L. A. 10,:!53, ou ma
chine work, presiing and baiting.
Wo ahall hire no help outside of
the Labor Bureau of L. A. 0,353,
and will pay a fee of twenty live
centi for each man so hired.
Wo agree upon receiving notice
from the executive board of L. A.
10,353, to discharge any specified
hand, and to do to at once and
ahould be furnished with another
man in his place free of charge.
We shall allow a chairman in our
ibops to be appointed by the exe
cutive board of L. A. 10,353, to
preside over any minor difficulty
that may occur in our shops from
time to time.
Wo agree to allow no one to woik
in our snops who has not shown his
noTtong-oard to the shop chairman.
Shonld any member of L. A.
10,353 dBire to become a partner
with ua, we agree: 1st. To show
itateraant of the warehouso that
the work comes in both names.
5nd. To show an agreement of
partnership duly acknowledged be
fore a notary public, ird. To urge
him to deposit the sum of $50 with
L. A. 10,353, for six monthH, as an
samoat of prompt payment of
We agree not to refuse employ
ment to any hand who may have
been discharged by a former em
ployer on the ground of some dis
agreement, without first submitting
the caso to the executive board of
L. A. 10,353.
No boss shall allow an apprentice
except by permission of the joint
board, meaning the exeoutive board
of L. A. 10,353 and the exeoutive
Doard of L. A. 23C9.
No hands to be givon to a new
boss without consent of the joint
SCOTTISH RITE MASONS.
Ancient and Accepted Breth
ren of the South.
fecial to Th News.
St. t i, .)t. 20 For the
firauirr . .tirof t oentury
Louvention of the
Ancient uu Accepted Scottish
fme ot the Masonic order, southern
jurisdiction, is in session in this
city. Most of the oonolaves since
the war have been held at the
national oapital, which is the head.
Suiters of the jurisdiction, and it
a notable fact that the conven
lion meets today in the same hall as
'bat ocoupied by the gathering of
twenty-five years ago.
The officers and delegates repre
ent all sections of the south. The
presiding officer is Lieut. Grand
ommaader Crosby Tucker, of
Galveston, Texas, who oooupics
this position as the result of the
'ecout death of Grand Commander
Jaines E. Baoholor. The conven.
J'n, which will be in session for
three days, will oloot a grand com.
ftnnder for a life term.
THE EVENING NEWS.TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1893.
AMERICAN SECULAR UNION
Angry Because the Fair Man
agement Opposed Them.
Chic.u.o, Supt -jo Piqd by
tbttrtfusal of the powers mat con.
troi the World's parliament of
religions to give them any reoogni
tion, or to allow them the use of
one of tho halls in the Art Palace,
lluorluers of the American Secular
Union are putting forth extra
ordinary efforts to secure an im
menso attendance at their interna,
tioual convention, which opens here
two weeks hence.
The co operation of tho Canada
Secular Union, of the Free-Thought
Federation of Amorica, and of the
Polish Free-Thought Society has
been secured, and tho executive
committee has expectations that
fully five thousand delegates will
take part in tho proceedings. Col.
Robert Ibgerooll has consented to
preside, and da!oaleu will ho
present from London, Paris ana
a tieront parts of Canada. The
committee of arrangements of the
religious parliament denies that tho
free-thinkers wore refused accommo
dations ripht out, and say that a
hall was cfl'ored to them conditional
only on their pledge to abstain from
denunciation of religious denomina
tions ana religious ideas.
They Will Endorse the Nation
puolfil to TheNewn.
Ai.i.khtovtn, Pa., Sept. L'G.
The annual convention of the Penn
tylvania state league of Democratic
clubs opened hero today with a
large attendance. The officer's re
port shows a large inoroase during
the year, both in the number of
clubs and in the total membership.
The platform will endorse tho d.
tional administration, and the state
ticket nominated at HarriBburg last
week. Presideut Chauncey S.
Black, of the National League, is
hero negotiating for speakers to
take part in the Ohio oampaign,
and will address a msis meeting to
night. It is understood that the
resolutions will steer clear of the
silver question, regarding whioh
tkero is divergence of opinion.
Mrs. John Drew Celebrate.
Special to tho News.
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 20
It is sixty-six years today sinco
Mrs. John Drew, the famous
comedy actress, and later still more
famous as the only woman theatri
cal manager for a continuous period
of thirty years, made her first ap
pearance on tho Amorican stage,
and letters and te'ograme of con
gratulation, to say nothing of per
sonal calls, are pouring in on the
venerable lady. Uor initial appear
ance was at tho Walnut street
theatre in this city, as tho little
Duke of York in Richard III, the
star being the famom tragedian,
Junius Brutus Booth. She was
then six years of age.
Odd Fellows at tho Fair.
Special to The News,
Chicago, Sept. 20. Odd Fel
lows are pouring into tho World's
Fair grounds in their thousands
this morning. The sovereign
grand lodge left by steamor for the
grounds at 10 o'clook under eicort
of tho United States vessels Blake,
Michigan and Andrew Jackson.
Commencing at noon special exer
cises were held in Festival Hall and
Music Hall, while the ladies' branch
of the order, tho Daughters of Re
becca, held a festival of their own
in Recital Hall.
Mrs. Partlnjrton's Horse
was "so spiritus it always went off
on a deoanter," didn't show the
speed of the rapidly increasing sales
of the Old Dominion Cigarettes.
Couoh & Nalley, roof painters and
repairers. Wo sell roof paint and
warrant it for two years, at 40 cents
I have sand superior to the river
bed sand for brick work, and I also
have sandy loam suitable for filling
yards and graveyard lots, and gr388
turf for sodding purposes. Will
take contraots for hauling s3ino at
rpanonable rates. Why walk in the
black mud when you can avoid it?
Orders left at 005 South Eighth
and Clay will receive prompt atten
tion. P. 6- KmKrATMCK.
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. - . j
Is Caused by Religious
OFHUSBAND AND WIFE
Which, Aggravated by
LED TO CRIMEIAND SUICIDE
A Suicide and Uxoriolde Or
phans Seven Children.
By Attoclated 1'resi In Tho i-w.
PlTTSIll'Uil. Pa.. Sent. L'li
Samuel G. Stodhart, cr account
ant for the Carnegie Stool Company
Works, this morning shot his wifo
in the heart while she was sleeping,
then placing the mu,.lo of tho re
volver into his month sont a bullet
crashing into his own brain. In
lauitv caused bv rolicions diOnr.
ences and despondency over busi
ness iroumes are tne causes which
led to tho awful deed.
Sir. Stodhart was forty-five and
his wife was two years his junior.
The couple had been married six
tien years, and had sevon children,
the eldest girl being fifteen years
old. Airs. Stodhart waB a Catholic.
The two frequently quarrolod over
the education of tho children.
Recently Stodhart'a salary was
reduced fifteen per cent. This
alio preyed on his mind. Ho arose
at 5 o'clock, and after smoking a
oigar, he took a bulldog rovolvor
and fired at hiu, aleoping wifo. The
first shot killed her. Then ho turned
the weapon upon himsolf and ended
his miserable existence.
The children wore awakened by
the firing, and rushed from the
house, Bcreaming with fright.
When the neighbors arrived both
were dead. The crime waH pro
meditated. Last night he told his
oldest boy that times were hard and
that if anything happened to tell the
Discussing a Strike.
By Assoclatoil l'rem to Tho News.
Ci.uvkland, Ohio, Sept, 2(1.
Chairmen of tho various committees
representing the employes of tho
Cleveland division of tho Big Four
road leave for Cincinnati, O., this
evening. It is said the question of
a strike will commence in the latter
oity tonight, but u final decision
will not be roaobed until three or
four day. Assistant Chief A. B.
Youngson, of tho Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers, left for Cin
cinnati yesterday. He has the
troublo on tho Big Four in chargo
for the engineers, and Chief Arthur
olaims to know nothing of the
statue of the situation.
CceurD'AIene Mines Start Up.
By Ataoclated Press to The NeWH.
Si'Okanb, Wash., Sept. 20.
Oporations have boen resumod at
Bunker Hill and Sullivan mines on
the company's terms. The force
will be inoreasod as rapidly as possi
ble. The Knights of Labor and
Miners' Union having sanctioned
the return, all the mineB in the
Ca'ur D'Alene district are expooted
to start. Within a week ovor one
thousand men now idle will be at
work. A jubilee is in progress in
several mining towns.
Full Attendance of Delegates.
By Aaaodated l'reai to The News.
Dub Moinks, la., Sept. 20. The
worthy soventh annual convontion
of the National Council of United
American Meohanios began here
this morning. This is the first
meeting ever held west of the Mis
sissippi river. Delegates are here
from nearly every state in tho
Father Dunne, Bishop of Dallas
By AeioolMed I'reis to Tho Newu.
Romk, Sept. 20. Tho popo has
appointed Rev. Father Edward
Dunno, of tho Chicago diocese,
bishop of Dallas, Texas. Rov.
Father Paul Larrquo has beon ap
pointed bishop at Shorbron, Canada.
Bonjamln Whltworth Dead.
By Associated Pro is to The News.
London, Sept. 20. Bonjamin
Whitworth, a great manufacturer
of Manchester and a well known
philanthropist, is dead.
Murder Which Appears to
Have Been Justifiable.
By Aiioclitted PreM to Tho Mows.
Salt Lark City, Utah, Sept.'Jtt.
L.itlonaut Buck, of company E,
and Sergeant Linza and Private
Sheffield, of company D, sixteenth
infantry of tho regular army,
stationed at Fort Douglas, have
been indicted by tho grand jury for
murder in tho second degroo. Tho
indictment is tho result of tho kill
ing of Joseph W. Leonard, an ex
oldior, at tho fort, Juno 12th, lait
Leonard uf intoxicated at the time
and had men causing troublo at tho
fort by reckless driving. Ho was
repeatdly warned to dosist, but
refused, and in an attempt to arrest
him ho wan killed for resisting.
Lionlonant Buck wan born in Mia.
siBMppi and appointed from Texas.
A Lively Debate Begins Today.
Hj AieoclBtcd Prena to The Hawa.
Washington, Sept. 2(1 .Mom
bora of both sides of the political
aisle in tho houuo hivo expressed a
general deiiro to nartioinatn in tlm
dobate on the bill to repeal tho
leaorai elootion laws which begun
today. Tucker will conduct tho
fight for tho Democrats. Johnson,
of North Dakota, who will havo
charge of tho opposition, has do
oided to place Dolliver. ono of tho
star orators on the Republican side,
in tne breach to load tho assault
against the measure. Thoroaftor
Democrats and RenublinaiiH will
alternate. Johnson has arrangod to
have Tom Reed closo tho dobato for
tho Republican side
By Associated Prees to lha Hwi.
Washington, Sept. 20 In the
house, after tho second morning
hour and some minor business was
disposed of, the two weeks' dobato
of tho federal elention laws roptul
bill oponed, Tuokor, of Virginia,
promptly taking the floor in sup
port of his bill.
The committee on banking and
ourrenoy decided today to at once
begin hearings on tho proposed in
crease of the national bank circula
tion, and the proposed ropeal of tho
law on itato banks.
Uy Associated Preis to The Itawi.
Bohton, Sept. 20. It is an
nounced here by a local nows com
pany that Treasurer Washburn, of
the Old Colony railroad, ii a de
faulter to the xtent of 1 25,000.
By Aasotlatsd l'renB to Tho Nem.
BitooictiAVKW, Miss., Sept. 20.
Frederick, a colored man livihg 14
miles' southwest of this town, in
Franklin county, had his cotton
burned by white caps a few nights
ago. A mill and cotton gin and
contents, owned by Dan Sasser, in
tho southorn portion- of Lincoln
county, wad burned to tho ground.
Considerable excitement prevails,
and more trouble ii expected.
By Asioclated 1'resn to The Newt.
Washinc. ton, Sept. 20.- -Forecast
till s p. in., Wednesday: For East
Texas, fair, followed by light
showers today or tonight in tho
extreme southeast nortion. aliirhtlv
cooler Wednesday, northeasterly
winds. Light frosts are predicted
in exposed' portions of Northern
Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
See Stark Wost for fire inauraneo.
How's Your Liter?
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Dr. Roily treats only the eye, ear,
nose and throat. Glasses adjusted
from scientific measurement. Office
ovor First National bank.
A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man.
Are you Bilious, Constipatod or
troublod with Jaundioo, Siok Head
aoho, Bad Tasto in Mouth, Foul
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in
Back and between tho Shoulders,
Chills and Fever, eto. If you havo
any of these symptoms, your Liver is
out of order, and your blood is slowly
being poinonod, bocauBo your Liver
does not sot properly Hkbiii.sk will
oure any disorder of tho Livor, Stom
aoh or Bowels. It has no equal as a
Liver Medicine Prico, 7f oents.
Free tril bottle at H. 0. Rishor's
Drug Storo, Waoo, and J. B. Cornish's
Drug Store, East Waco, Toxajj.
Don't buy poor photos, bat be hlett,
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lij AisncUtcit PreM to Tho News.
Nkw Oislkan-r, Sept. JO. Qlen
ny ife Co. say: Liverpool closed
partially I 04 higher. Spots un
changed. Sales 10,000 bales.
Now York declined, and at 1 p.
tn. was 2 points lower than yes
terday. Now OrloatiH opouod !1 poiutH
lower, advanced 1 1 poin'.s, declined
aid at noon was 5 points lower than
i. ho Amorican markets oponod
lightly lowor, advancing sharply
on predictions from Washington of
light frosts for tonight in North
Qoorgia, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, and in North Carolina,
South Carolina and Tennessee. Tho
advanco, however, was lost on tho
longs selling to cover on tho fear
of heavy recoipts and the apathy of
Now York stocks woro also lowor
and had a depressing effect.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Transfers of real estato reported
by Waco Abstract and Investment
Company, room 17, Provident
Building, Waco, Texas, Sept. 20,
Jas I Mooro to Hugo W .lost, lot
1, block :, Kdgoliold Addition,
City of Waco to Waco Building
Association, lot noar Washington
and Sovmth street, 1 8.75.
Anna R and W W Plattonburg
to O Darwin, 251 J acres La Yoga
J Noioo et ux to A W Albort,
interest in Charles and Rufus Bird
Millor Bird ot ux to A W Albort
same as last abovo, $500.
8 S Bird ot al to A W Albort,
200 acres Mary Ware league,
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bottle from him.
An Orcan For Salo.
An oxcollcnt new organ no second
hand affair. Call At Tiiu Nicws ofiioo.
To our lady friends: Is your
hair falling out? If it is, go to
Dismuko and got a bottloof "-1711."
Ho will guarantee to stop it.
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Gash must accompany tho order, oxoopt wbert
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toThoClimax (,'hemliat Co.. and (ret
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Franklin Htroot, one dork biown rallcb
cow, brandfd W on rlcht hip and road brand
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T( Altn-Cnn bohad with or without rooroa,
-- southern exposure Inrjre and commodlotn
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