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THE EVENING NEWS,' MONDAY OCTOBEti 16. 1893.
enfccn(ie(li National Assembly
M 1)1 lnillHUUIW IVIM,
Hedil or hoaoi; lew ix session
leioisin oil inn Diiuininu wuiiiuiu-
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kiimlilsui Luuor-ruul Jlulcli.
Modal of Honor Legion. !
KcUlto 'I'OBWS. I
Xtv xo me Uot. 10 Itwaia
uulj(juutiuii company of old voter-
8 o( the war mat assimtmu in
nual convention in the club room
if ue Hoi and House today. They
tp menibeiB ot an organization
, vtbu-h little has tvor been neaid,
at admission to whien cn tievir
eaiuel by either ex- m -ers or
naUB bo do not possei-s special
ajllficitiou 1 ne JUeUal ul Honor
'eijiou is composed of veterans ho
rfortueu some am, oi neroit-m on
e battlefield which was regarded
electiou to the ranks of the Le
on and the aard of one of tnc
cdals voted by eougress in the
Her uart of 1862 for gallantry in
ttuu. Of thu m llious of ofhce.rs,
n eouuiiipbioueu i thiiers aim pri-
,U'!i engaged in tlie northern Ber-
ue there are ou.y i&U westers ot
e emblem of valui, and nearly the
tiro number, reiresenting almost
ery state and territory, and rdi,k-
ig fiom gent rai to ptnates, as
mbled tins morning at tbe Hoi-
ud IIouo fi r a two days' rtuuion
bo devoted mainly to li minis-
iii'ts ol oi'ien times. Berguant
ichaol A. Dillon, commander of
e Ligion for tbo current year,
tndtd over the gathering, and
eru ere amongst those prei-out:
tn D Mel Buueifirld, Gen. Alex-
id. Webb, president of the
lltgf of the (Juy of Ntw York;
es George V. Mmdil, of Brook-
c; Col. Jamea Qu ulao, ol New
ok (Jol. J M .disou Cutis, of
astiington; Col. K. M. betie, of
toiljiielpuu; James It Dunham,
f Washingtoi ; Geu. Wheelook li.
ta-uy, if Vermont; William J.
Vray, of Pniaielphia; Patriik
vTlBule), of Now York; M.ijor Ter
nattsfct f New Ymk; Gen. James It.
UBierue.ot New Yoik; L.mis Kioh-ltd-,
of New Ynk; llaiviy May
MuumII, of New Yoik; Allium T.
llirnng, aud John Law ton, of Pnil
adelpuu; Capt. Salman, of Puila
dtlphia; rieigt jut John 11. Co k, of
Ne York; Col. John M. Cone
md John G. Morrison, of New
Every one of those prepont today
'ore conspicuously ou his bieast
is nreeious medal of honor. Its
pptaranee is probably unknown to
luctemha of those who fought in
he war. It is a bronze Biar at
ached to a bar of the same metal
J a ribbon. The five points of
eetar are tipped with trefoils.
ICh nomt. nf I tin Hlar c.ont.iiiiH a
fjlHuwa ot laurel and oak. In the
pmerQi lu0 meaal, wunin a circle
' 34 stars, Amerio?, personified as
luerva, stands with her left, hand
snug on the fasues, while in her
ght naud she holds a shield em-
I'Jiied with the American arms,
CBfce atar is surmountea by a trophy
pftifcntini two crossed oanuous,
611:3111 which are i number of can.
- ".tr, auu ICOVlUy UVC1 UiiCiti
'u. I he American eagle is
e the irouhy. The bar is com-
'oted of two cornucopias and the
merman arms, and the ribbon id
b siars and striues in silk. Tho
tdil is mado entirely of bronze,
Tho World's Fair I
ITako It a 1 In all the world Is fair. That la,
N 'IgTuiti aro irrttv ciMiemllv lu-t Ko
Patt It )ai formed inanv IriLOrrect 0 n-
1UM ua f.oni ;tiB tliiio thu caravel, of I olum.
" ft tearul ntr tin. kiin.ra i unn ..io.i.
ie 1TB o t unr ot (Hehrntlon hut t ere
D6 r.n ea of tin idr no nhirh . i
f'il nnsuesin ed j, ,. ., ,,.
l" 'l' ta. irK- .. I... i ,.
n-' -id iin nru i' iiuuuiti'i a
1 BCtl 111 er for (Jl m.v In c.n nf ml.
I1 N . lh U IlKtift n.,,1 I I.I .., .11, - .. .
. "' "in nL.uj UIU 1 11.1 UJD
,ll lv.r coniid.M, lonBtltiatloD, iar
PUttirfs ttIilJ da . ,. Ainoiiir n Kl.lva
I-- " 'iu ui- um eniiui u -,e'
" proiiinoat pace. Ihe cxpereiico of
Ct ul hunt n .i- ..... .t.
L,, "m J "fa, and the conenr'ent
r "' or "okU of emlneat physicians,
Fr oat its tratli. Gin th. mi-,. . i..r
al aa verify u
-.w M WV4. W
and is a handai me piece of woik.
uu me uacn is engrav. d "Con.'rtts
Modal for Distinguished Gilruitry
a' while t.er lug as '
Fi.rus buauty, tbn h ,nor ( f n.s p 1H
session, and tin- I'llHi-iiby 0f a (,lr.
ing it the MtdU of Honor i- ot the
(a tie order of merit an the V e'oria
Cro-s, of Ktiulai d, the Cross of the
Legion .f Houor of Ft nice, the
Gjldm Fleeie, of Ausim, or the
ttp& "zZr , z p ;;::rrn ;f
nut, r.f . I,.. .1 . , .
"..jr . i.irrn n, in in lnt! JU'Uil 01
Hjiior aid the Vietorh Cro-y.
Cardinal Gibbons' Jublloo.
S(JCI.lUl 10 IliO .NuUB.
Uamimkok, 0 t. 10 Trie latuh
Btrii g lungs ( ou the out side of the
doors of Cardinal Gilb nt' resi
dence today, and in that po-ition it
will remain until dmk. It is tho
second day of the cekbr.Uion of the
bilver jubilee f tho head of the
(ihuich in the Uniti d States, and it
has bn-tn given up to a general re
ception. Everybody is welcome,
riuh and poor, young and old, He-b't-w
and gentile. This m iniing the
throng before the house wa s large
that it was decided to thn av open
the Cuhtd al for two hours this
afternoon, and here, betwet n two
and four o'clock the Caidmal will
greet his frieud", while other pre
lates will continue the rectption at
the reti1etic. This evening Car.
dinal Gibbons will enteriain the
to score or more prelates and
clercjy from other parts tl at have
come to the city a-i the bearers of
congratulations and to participate
in the memorable event.
Session of White Ribboners.
bpetlal to the News.
Chicago Oot. 10 One of the
most notable tunptrauce oonven
tions in the history of the move
ment was inauguj-'Ued today at the
Memorial Art Palace when tho
Wot Id's aud N nioual Women's
Christian Tempeiuueo Union came
tt gether to consult regarding the
work accomplished in the past, and
to lay plans for the future. This
convention nnrks the twentieth
annual gathering of the national
while ribboner, and the Becond hi.
eniiial gathering of the World's
Union. At 9 u'clock this morning
tho women began to take the build
iug by storm. The World's con
vention is composed of the general
cilijers and txeiiutivo committee,
the officers of auxiliaries, national
associations, and one additional
delegate for every one thousand
membeia of auxiliary national
societies. The World's Congress
will oontiune for to days, after
which the convention of the nation
al organization will be inaugurated.
Among those early on the ground
this morning were Lady Henry
Somerset, of England, Mary Ck
ment Levitt, of Boyion; Mary A
Woodbridge, of Onto; Eila F. M.
Williams, Montreal; Mrs. L. M.
Stevt us, of Maine; Miss Jennie
Ackerman, president of the Aus
tra ian union; Mrs, Elzihttb
Wheeler Ai.drews, aud Dr. Katu
Bushnell, the around the world
missionaries of the Umon, aud
representative women from all the
great nations of the earth. The
precarious state of Misa Willard'B
health rovnnted her fiom leaving
England, and she has sent her an
nual addresB by Lidy Soimrset,
who will present it tins afternoon
or tomorrow. It deals at length
with the progress of the union dur
ing the year, and urges renewed
interest in the cause. Tho opening
hours this morning were devottd to
Horse Show at Chicago.
Special to 'lhuNew.
Chicago, Oot. 10 Under the
auspices of prominent breeders of
horses in the United States and
Canada an international show of
trotters aud live horses onentd at
i the stock pavilion today. The
, leading breeders of this country
and Canada are represented, aud
New York millionaires LRpecially
make a large sho.y of hackneys.
Tno prizes aggregat3 one hundred
See Stark West for fire insuraneo
I'liono Lacy lorMclIUtcr Coal.
Gouoh & Nalley, roof paintcn and
repai rers. Wo tell roof paint an
warrant it for two years, at 40 ocnts
Guns to rent at Ambold'e.
Hebrew Celebration Closes
31lCllll to I ho Sows.
Nkw Yohk, Oet. 10 The clos
ing nay of the Golden Jubilee o'
the II. brew ordi r ( f H'Nai 1? Rith
is being devoted to uu ltiterohange
t'f vitiits ItetweHii ho vintiuu me u
bets of tho orgin'zitiou. Tonight
the eelebiti'ion will iiomo to a oUse
with a round-up at tho Temple of
Bethel, where aHdrecteH will Le
delivered by tho visitintj rabbis, and
br- A'lolph Hirst1, J u-ob Ho', r,
13 ah Cohen and othir pronunent
iiiHinbers of the rao'. For the first
tune in the utlbration tho women
of the raeo w 11 tiuuro iu the pro
gramme. The decision will he
noteworthy fr in the f.i.-t that two
or three surviving founders of the
order, M'uhael Scliwab mul Jact b
Rosenliurg, will bo introdiood to
the a-soinblage. The r advanced
ago has made it impossible for them
to participate in the previous oveuts
of the oelebruion.
International Pool Match.
Special to I he News
Nkw Yukk., Oct. 10. Consider
able iiiiuettt is manifested in tho in
ternational pool match between
Alfred de Oro, tho Amnnoin pool
eiiamuion, and John Kjberts, the
English champion, which opens to
uifiht in the Lenox Lyceum, for one
thousand do I irs a side and the ga'o
receipts. The match will be twelve
hutidrid points up, in b.oeks of two
hundred points a night. An Amer
ican table has been set up alongside
of Roberts' E itilish table, aud six
hundred points will be played on
one and fix huudn d on tlm other,
tho match being half at Ei glish,
and half at American continuous
Knights of Labor.
Spoclnl to 1ho Xowa.
Newauic N. J., Oct. 10 The
annual convention of N uional
Trade Assembly 198, of the KnighlM
of Labor, compoced exclusively of
machinery constructors, opened
hero today, all the lo al oreauizi
tions under the j irisdictton of the
assembly being represented. The
proceedings, as usual, aro being
conducted with closed d mrs, but
the officers state that important
questions relating to apprentices,
wage, and hours of labor affecting
the craft throughout tho country
will be considered.
Special ti tho News.
Chicago, Oct. 10 Members of
the general committee appoint ul at
the national convention held in this
city some weeks ago to take steps
for the suppression of the coal com
bine, and which brought into exist
ence the Anti-Trtiot A-sociation, are
gathering at the Palmer House this
morning in responso to a oall issued
by Gov. Nelson, of Minnesota, to
take steps in the direcii m of carry
ing out the poliuy agreed upon by
the convention. About half a
dozen statea were represented up to
Special to The Nowb.
UoubTON, Tex., Oct. 15 Yes
terday afternoon about '6 o'clock
tire broke out in a small building
used for a oornor grocery on Caro
line street The whole blouk is
oovered with small houses and the
fire spread rapidly burning several
of them before the lire companion
could get to the scene. All of the
houses were old wooden fram
houses and burnt liku tinder, and
in spite of all the fire compauies
could do, in lis than an hour near
ly every houso on tho block wan
de-troyed. All of the pr porty wa
in tho Thirl ward. Two persons
were injured by fa'ling timbers
Loss about 70u0 with $3000 in
Wach Company Resumes.
Special to Ihe .Newt!
ItocicroitD, 111 , Oct, 10. After
a suspeusijn of some mouths opera
tions were resumed today at the
works of the Rockford Watch Com
pany, the entiro force of operatives
having been ordered to report for
duty this mornint.', an 1 to be pro
pared for full time woik. Tho of
ficers of the company way that this
change of plan is due to the extra
ordinary number of orders received
during tho past three weks, and
which indicate a decided boom and
revival in the jewelry trade.
For the Big
Fu'-f-ftube tor iu etvh
Senator Squire. Ex-Senator
ANDTOM P. OCHILTREE
Engage in a Pleasant Chat
on the Silver Act.
"POKER CROWD WILL WIN"
Declared Tom, Alluding to tho
Stiver Night Hawks.
lly Associated 1'resa to The Newi,
Nmv Yohk, Ojt. Hi A morn
ing piper hs the following: Sena
tor Watson G r q lire, of Washing
ton state, and ex Senator Wilbur F
Saunders, if Montana, arrived from
Washington y sterday.
Ec-Sonator Saunders declared the
unconditional repeal of the Sherman
act was dial, lie believed a com
promise would bu agrmd upon this
woik, incorporating thu b. st feat
ures of the H irris, 1' aulkiior aud
BHekburn b lis.
While Saunders w&s chatting,
Col. Thoma P. Ochiltree walked
into the Fiith Avonuo llote1.
Catching sight of the M mtana gen
tleman, ho exclaimed: "Ah, sena
tor, I see my old friends in the sen
ate aro standing by their colors.
What a horrible mistake tho gold
bugs made w heu they counted on
carrying with them tho silver sena
tors. Why, El. Wolcott, and
Santa Clans S'-ewart and Joiioh aud
the rest ot them wero ne er known
to go to bed until 0 or 7 o'clock a.
tn. I've played piker with them
for twenty hours at a stretch ai d
then you had to keep your eyes
peeled or they would freeze you
out. I tell you when you try to
put that crowd to sleep you have
undertaken the biggest job a man
ever bad on his hands. I'll bet on
tho poker gang every trip."
"1 guess you are right, colonoi,"
replied Senator Saunders, who
knows a li'tle about the game him
self. "Wolcott never sleeps at all,
and as for Jones, I believe ho can
go a year without winking."
The enrollment in the city schools
for the last month exceeds that of
the same month last year by only
95. In 1892-3 tho enrollment was:
In 1893 4, whites P.79
This shows a total increase of 95,
30 whites and 59 colored.
Tho schools have done fine work
for tho month. Tho salaries of tne
teachers have been provided for,
and the coming month the outlook
1 m 1
Transfers of Real Estate.
Transfers of real estate reported
by Waco AbHract and Investment
Company, room 17, Provident
Building, Waco, Texas, Oct. 10,
J. II. Boyd ot ux to Jas P. An
derson, 50 by 75 A feet block 11,
Scott's addition, Stephens survey,
U. (J. Freeman to Frank Hamil
ton, 90 acres survey No. 38, near
M Gregor, 700.
L Noberg to W. W. Evans,
1 15 interest in part of lots 12 13
and 14, blotk No. II, Waco, 4500.
C. J. Cox to Sillie A. Cox 120 j
by 105 feet .1. Morrow suivey, N
Fourth Btreet, 1 aud partition.
C. J. Cox et ux to Austin D
C x, tract N. Fourth street, Mor
ro survey, and 107 4 acres G. II.
Roberts league, $1 and affection,
. - .
All tho World
loves a lover, aud all smokers hko
Old Dominion Cigarettes. Photo
m every package.
Go get yourstdf shot! A dozen of
tho very best cabinet photos onl7
12. World's Fair Gallery, 317
South Fifth street.
St. Louis, Round Trip
Good lo return November l.'jtlt
For further pHrliuuliirs call on
W. S. Gu l.r.'U'iE, Agent.
112 South -1th St.
DESPITE HARD TIMES
The 'Cotton Belt Route" im
proved its passenger service by
the addition, August 20th, of
another through tiain from Waco,
which catries a, Pullman Sleeper
f t r St, Louis via St. Louis, Iron
Mountain & Southern Railway,
from Texaikiin.i, and through
coaches connecting with Pullman
Sletpor from rt. Wurth at Mt.
Pleasant, to Memphis, gini its
patrons double daily service to
and from St. Loins, Chicago,
Memphis and the Southeast.
coin l-IIIH no
No 1 liinly.
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VIA IRON MOUNTAIN.
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lull A.M. Artl a St I.oum Liimmi'I 0 . M.
8:10 1 U Anrlve AiiHUiIH ,nnvu 7:11 A M.
Write your friend.1! com ni to
Texas to take the "Cot tun Bell
S C. Waknek,
G. P. A., Tyler, Texas.
A. A. GlisoN,
" -"t '-r.h T'V
AitVBrtlBlnK In l hi ft column ohnrKoil n tft
rain ofonu ount pur wonl lor (&nh Inrerllon.
C&Bh inant no(tniniany thu onlnr. x(i1 tvhnra
orilurtMl tiv it rMirnlnr iiWrllH"
VVA'ri:i V jIiihIh mun to viork nnlnrmi
'' iiiiiii bci Kilitr anil imluitrlfus Amlr
ht'JI WubKli r ilrtift. 10 11 tf
WA'N I llll-Kreryboily to Ktmil '2c xtitmp
to IhoCllii.itx t ho:nltl o , mid t
frm b lin of Cllnmt 1'llls ihul rnrxAll lillloim,
nvHH ami torpid lirnr AiMicim I. O. ox 17i
VNato. Iijuna i-ih tf
Utt s i,
C!mi Hpuii noiitle yjuiiK work
I.' Jarksou 1 1 Gt
J 71" It S llii: Kniu li y horKi ninl tnnopy
1 tOi Surry, al a Ijurguin. Caro of llinm-
10 7 tf
"Oil st III! A four horan imwi-r water
motor, K"oilax hiihwoiiii at '! nlllc.
SI II Vl l (tit MIII.DA- Kroin 1UI
Franklin strut, ono dik b'ouu milch
i-ow lira dul rui rli-'lit hip anl rn-l lj. nutl
1 X X n r (,'lit Mile. I it. ml nwnnl for r mm
to J. K W. KIoMb, Itoutn f.i lrovl(lnt
tiulldli'K 0 .V tll t w
FOK It I. NT A nice olllco. (.at! al Thk
TjllMt lti: I' Itdl.-irii. live mami with
J ' Kooit ham
ply to I'. O -ititt
l'J'i BOUta 1th Btruit
Itr.M'-(too sfivnii room hocbo ou
Fourth Uri'ul. airily to T X
UO It I) ( an ho hail with or wl'lmntroomt,
cunt urn - xpoat.ro, la rite anil (tunm iillonii
lerriix rca nablo. Ilyat lornor nf K!S
anil tlay i-trocia. 7-10 tr
0"T1Ti iTriTfrri)Ti snTtToTt-iiTii for
aYI ' 'InfslllhirSHfHKOanl" (nouadlclnn no
letitloni) Juht what, you want. I.mUea'
llitnr, haneat city. Mo,
ClOl iV.VUII V haVH tT! tu Waco
' tli yearn 'lliey guarautii llelr work.
Liave O'iImh lor them to repair join -ii'ifi at
lie .Niv ofllce. IMl-rt