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THE EVENING NEWS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1893.
1 lie Hook Open.
For 'jute 3 long Mm.', flijershave
felt t e nece--ity Tf lmiog a battt-r
or more accuniM knowing of ar
tick" h ch hive b.tn l s. or " i
en. In executing H-iron a rr"
they often come afro- mide
whicb they bdieehive ueen stolen,
bn hiing no kno ledge cf i-uo'i
article- haunt: been lo-: briny
body Ui-y cannot ktep them. Lit It
they bflJ ft coat, ve-l a d uo pir
of jji'jt- fur to wetk-, and tri'n
returned them to the pin,''- frutn
whom thy lai been e r -i
h ) there i- i bo k 'n the e-i'y
mv-tnlV i tliee in at i h U 1- d
tirid, tbit eHf one who La- lo-t
asytnmt.', shall w r.te a ie-enpt, m
thereof. By -o doing, Waco's i fii
cient eorp- of (til er- a. 11 be t lie
better euibltd to nc ;ver stolco ar
If you los-e anything, or mi-
anything from your honifeorifii
ces, gj at once and nte a detcnp
Hon in "the bjok" in the city mar
shal's cfli -e.
Horse Thief Uiglil.
L : night AUk L u len.who
live- a fev mile'' from Wac,
iaibt a man attempting to steil
n n..r-e. A lick 3rre-ted the fel
, without arrant, and brought
h-m to ton 3nd 1 )dged him in j ill.
I he ueuro Lehi- name a- PearleV
Shoot Me, llojs.
This morning before diyl'ght Mr.
John Dollin- was reque-ud to m et
a party and buy fcoine bets which
he had for cale. .Mr. Dolhu went
nd foui d Jack Henry uh iz l.ice
Bteers, worth oc K'uO LV,n hv
nrpiewnfe I inj arou-rj, he ( flered
Hem) onl) tTJ fjr the let, rhun a
readuy accepted. Ho ordered tb'
steers dm en to 1; ten and wen'
along to a-hiet, in the meantim
sendintr word to Deputy Shtr.ff
Sbephi-rd. Ih" steer- ere hold to
Mr. D .llinH, but before paying for
them Htnry was arretted He at
once broke do n and said: "Oh,
my poor wife, and my pocr mother,
what will they d,? Lt mu run,
boys, at d then ehoot mu. I can't
tan 1 '.hit! trouble "
The cattle belonged to Mr.
Phelpa, .t (1 were stolen, it is sup
posed, from the Mills pa-ture, near
McGregor. Henry ir in j ill.
J C. Tnoiua', C A. Caron.
CnarleJ Morn- were each fW1 io
O i a t'biri!" of intoXK Itft ; Nellie
C i, as-vtlt 3nd battery, io J. A
K'Jt'-y, fmittry J'. Iim Wiggui-,
a-3'ilt ami bat ery ?"
'I lie Courts.
In Jude Scott's curt ye-ttrd3V
3f'ernoon George Williams m-un-n
09 ye3r- for crimica'ly
a-taulnng an S ye3r oil neuro girl
ilia ifefei se wi a'.ly condu-ttd by
Mr 3m B. Tnoma-.
In Judgrj Gjodneh's court the
in y a ili-mi-sed th s morning nn
ti Thursday. No C3ea were
In Jndge Scott's conrt, Bob
R ii'er'j cot to vears for selling
ni'ir g .zl properly.
W. V. Maorlatd i on trial this
afternoon (or obtaunng fjood under
Mr Percy McGho i now cflire
dfputj in the "neriff''' ctli e and J.
A R chi", of We', iad guard.
'Join are gocd careful men, and the'"
cjuntr) a sate auu iue inauui
bme Star School of Oratorj.
An 1 br ght the lamps hone i
o'er lito nen 3nd brne men" in j
HUbert Hill on h-t Si ttrday ,
timht, th ocia-ion being the rtgu '
lar SuurJiT ninht meeiiug of tue I
abne .-(.hool. Tre D;mo-thenean,
lei by Mr. E E D-ni-ou and Miss i
Jt's-i'e Urown, cae the entertain-
ment by presenting thirty five sele5 I
tons. The recitation were fair, '
but not up to tre u-u3l standard,
clamed by The I one Mar. Oat if
the thirty five recitation-' only t-o
fell below the pa--iug grade of Sj
per cut; eight ent above tne
"honor line" of t'3 per cent., while
one re.e.Ved the imuh coveted 100
pt-r cent. Tne folio ins: is the h-t
tf reciters and the r gride-1
3 G E Warren . .
4 M U Henry
j. V E Migt-e.
0. Sallie Woff. rd .
7 M inne Bundv ... .
M isgieLind-t-y .
D ttie soarboruueb .
Jt--ie McLu cheon S
J J Dtan S
W A Kitkl n SS
H F Buciner
F A B"ire.
P M X IT . .
A Lr a-m-r.
H r Kug.
WE MTUS QLEE CttT
October -20th. '
i. ine iirowcie,
tu- Glee Club
! 2. 'J be
The worst thmgwe know about
riche is not having auy, and the
ort we know about Ftnokiug i
not having any Old Dominion Cigarettes.
Mr. II J. Simmons is in tho city.
He in in the tmplo) of the S.ato of
Texis, niiiJor the direcnon of the
itate railway com.nii-s.on. He is
making a complete mvintory aiul
apfirai-ement ot Texas railway
property in Texac, of every de
scription. Tho object is to arrive
at the amount invt'stei', by estimat
ing wha' it would cost to replace
the property. This valuation is to
form the basis upon which rates are
to be bated by the railway com
mission. Such intes will bo en
tablislud by law as will pay a
reasouab e and just income on the
Si me time einco Annie Peters
was convicted of keeping a dis
orderly house and fined $100. She
appealed. The criminal court of
appeals has aftirmoJ the decision of
the county court.
The niau w bo was hemmed in by
the crowd and has been troubled
with a Ptitch in his side fvor ainco
does not smoke the Old Dominion
Cigarettes. If bo did, the pleasure
they gnve him would make him for
get bis pains.
It Should be in Every Household
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street,
Sharpaburg. Pa, says he will not bo
without Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption and Colds, that it
cured his w.fe who was threatened
with pnt-umon.i after an attack of
"L Grippe,'' when various other rem
edies and severil physician- had done
her no good. Robert Barber, ol
Cookrort, Pa , claims Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good than an)thinrj he ever used ior
lung trouble. Nothing like it. Try
it. Fieo trial bmlcs at V. B Mor
rison & Co'.-, drug store. Large bot
tles 60c. and f 1.00.
Go s-e Madam Laui'jnt. She is a
Aoudorfnl medium and any one in
trouble of any kind would do well
to consult the madam.
Fannie Westmoreland 90
E E D-nis-on 92
W WMartindale 92
GM Scarborough 92
A YOUmi GIBIS FORTUNE,
AN INTERESTING SKETCH.
"ut'i ' z arpcii a o tmagly n a mothers
a-i, ct. j as Lir daughter jut lill.n? into
notnuuli -1 K 1jMC 1 an mt itiie ;ur
daiu-htcr Hlat-tho nm 1" ean vt a.-c liatl
te.n t-'trill. ntViUcd with urouiif, and
had lo-t tho entire ua of her r ght arm she
h m cu(.h a cotid.tion that we had to Utp
her from i.hixl an I ajandon her music lea-oa-
ln fi t, we ftaKil St "Vitus dmee, and
are poVt" t'U' lor an l"TaUatle recedv- h(
.. -. i ' l imv.. htl Thnt tnrrih o affliction i
SB . jttj einplustd phj-ieian- but 'ie rectivid nc
as U-nt-titfrom thi.ru The llrst of lu't Aucust ht
" neighed but T'i pound", and althoueh 'he has
SS ' ruin onl three twttles of .Ntrviue he uot
j I wtleh l"o i i.cls hir nervou-ne-" and nip-
5S I to-i of -t uia dance are entirely cone "ho
"j ,, "viuu
i nine- uucRnam- Jit- .Mmh,i,'
3 Solo, M m.SM ... . "
-. '. . ' ' t -M
Rl ,r, ,
" 111 U W.
oi ilr Col ins
4 O Time of
i Wasner; I be Marl
i Cnop'r L rtup G pp I u',
1 5 Aunt Kmy Q, . , ,
Ml' Mirsbai" "
I 6 Duet EV ior
I Ha Tin md M. Davis
! i uiorj,, xuiCKfc'-Lfta, Q
i S The Marriarro nf (t,n di.
,, ,, : v, r'Wi
We hao a cheap icsidence for
sale, corner E ghth and Jefferson,
on easy terms. Cul :ud get our
figure-. IJoisvk ifc Williams,
419 Frankl.n street.
ALL AROUND TOWN.
A Great Bargain,
630 acres of good land, lo mibs
east ot Waco, ou Cotton Belt railroad;
worth $13 60 per acre; will tako $7 ou
if sold at once
Hoit.NE & Williams,
We want 200 acres of good
black prairie land. Il3ve f3 000
in cash to pay for it. Come q uck
IJorn'e it Williams,
119 Franklin St , Wacn, Texas.
Coal is mined in
Blake Miller's father will be here
Oilie Mixwell executed the re
quired bond yesterday and wai re
leased from j ill.
R. S. Low, a nephew of W D,
Miyrield, is dangerously ill at the
borne of bis uncle.
Men have attended the revival
meetings at the Baptist ohurch who
had not been in a church before in
The Waco Medical Association
meets this evening at 8 p. in. Dr
A. M. Curtis reads the opening
paper on "Amenoril mi."
"Tho Texas Central railway,"
says General Manager Hamilton,
' has no cause for cr mplaint. N e
are handling lots of cottou, and as
to freight from St. Louis ana other
eastern and western points, we are
strictly 'in it. I he road bed is in
Complaint is made of reckless
driviug by fnemen, especia ly when
turning corners. Some people say
that time might often be gamed a d
loss of proterty and ir.jury to limii
avoided, if the tiro laddies would
hold up, just a little when about to
turn a corner.
God makes men to differ in tal
ents and each one is responsible for
what he has. Your individual 3tid
pergonal responsibility cinnot be put
off on any other. That day is fa-t
approaching when you must account
for the way in which you u-o your
talents. Every soul that ia blessed
of God must be a servant tf GjiI,
in publishing the glad tidings of
A K Sirtain
E ,i Nome
'7 Ninnie Hmrick
J- Eva Tatum
J'J Je--ie Bron . . .
io J F Adam-
I 31. J C Mtchil
,-'03 Leona d 9?
'33 C C Carroll 9s
i 14 Eina Brian 93
33. Maude Tunntlt 100
After the connlu-ion of the above
programme, the Ciceronians, led by
Mr. G. W Ham- and M s Molhe
Connor took charge of aflurs and
let drive the darts of criucism, and
for la f an hour the "fire grew fast
and furious." This pirt of the
pn gramme was fuu for the Cicero,
mans but not for the Demchthe
Out of the twenty five who tried
their powers as critics the following
eleven received honoraole mention
as shown by their graces as critic;
1 L J R'chards 93
9. W E Mixon 9d
3. Macgio Greer 90
4 Wilne Woody "0
3. G W llirris 97
C. W A Nibors 9t
7. Carrie McDonald 9s
S. W F Parks 98
9. J W Brjao 11 0
10. Lee Bryan 100
11. M-dlie Connor 100
After Prof. W. V. Franklin bad
given his criticisms and grades on
both rcktre and oritics the socie.
ties adjourned, the Demostheneat e
breathing out the true democratic
defiance and taking to themselves
the iniiver-al concoiation '-we'll get
Mtivul. rh ml neu.nrlv. and studies with com
fort an 1 ea-e. the has recovered umplete uce
of her ann. her appetite is splendid, and no
mono culd procure for our daughter the health
Dr Milts htmne has brought lur
When my brother reeominemkd the remedy
I had no faith in patent mtdlcuies and would
not lKen to h.m but as a lat rtsort he sent Ui
a bottle we bcran gi lag it to lllani-he, and the
effect was a'tnot immediate Mrs H IL
Bullock. Bright i N Y.
lJr Miles' l'.ettoratie Ken ine is old b all
drusulstson a wittJil guarantee orient direct
by the Dr MlleJ Wmcal Co , LIVbart, Iud , oa
receipt of pn i SI rer bottle, ix Ixjttles for $5,
expre-a prepaid It is fositively free from
Opiates or da-geroa- drugs
Bveis Miss Marshall.
9 Snlo, Heart of a Sa lor
10. Serenade, Jungst I,
i o ceut nn
: i.., jo f ,i .. . . ""I
eie.&t:e3 ,r-. iui c;uy m. aoj,
rooms and book store.
.'-& iMx-;;V . Ai
Local Time Oard,
Sold by ah dniKists.
No. 6 llmitfi" arrets
No, fi limited leavef
Ticket Agent, No. 119
you next Saturday
Soo Siark est for acjidcr.t
'i'iii.i i'jiom: -o, ass.
FEED AND PRODUCE
WILl SELL YO'J ALL KINDS OF
FEED Alii PKO I'CE AT PRICED
VnT r..'JSTs,R LY WIN. GIVt
US A TRIA. .
Dor. t Forget the Place- OLD EN
GINE HOUSE, Fi-ankllu Street
KING - BROS,
t-f'll M, a-
This remedy is beooming so well
known Hnd -o popular as to need no
speeul mention. All who hae u-ed
Electio Bitters sing the same eong ol
prate. A purer medicine does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed tfleoino Bitters will
cure all diseases of tho liver and kiJ
ney; will remove pimplep, boil, salt
rhtum and other aff.-ctions caused by
impure bh od. Will drive malaria
from the S)stem and prevent as well a
cure all malarial fevers. For cureoi
headooht, constipation and indigestion
try Electric Bitters. Entire satufac
tion guarai teed, or money refunded.
Price 50c and $1.00 per bottle at V
B. Morrison & Co's. drug storo.
There were about ten profession! , ' .5",',e?,'
, T-, n i- lIDltcU 1
13SI nigni ai ine rirsi capeiri
church. Some of these were among I Jo Mtivtf
our most prominent bu-iness men. i o'.i ieavei "".
The inter-t i- kept up without any! 3"' "!'"'
etljrt. The preaching of the gos
pel is proving ifelf the power of
G id uuto talvation to them that
Reader, have you been invited to
attend? If not, come tonight.
Mrs. Harry K. Bjbee, at her
home, 919 South Eighth Btreet, at
S:30 p. m., yesterday, surrendered
her life to nun who give it. Mrs,
Bybee was a viotim of consumption.
She was a consistant Christian and
died in the full hope of a glorious
She wa J20 years 3nd 8 months
old; the had pent most of her life
in Texa, having been born it Green
ville, Alabama, and came to Texas
very young. She lived a good ma- y
years in Llempse3d and a few yesr?
in G3lveston. She had Hvf d in Waco
about two and a half years, where
she made maay friend, who will
Her fond husband and little
duih'er, 3 years o'd, will sally
miis her loving cara and tender
love. But she U at rest, and watch
anl wait for them at the beautiful
The funeral service s will be held
a the First Baptist church tomor
row at 3:30 o'clock, Rev. J. G.
Kendal will conduct the services.
She will be buried at O.kwood.
''liiourl, Uiiaiiii A fi'iai
(setuRerTMlne Sonb Boam
o. I arrives
,o. 1 lo
to, i arrived ....
To r!Tf.. , ....... ..
No. S. has through Wagner sleeper U
Anionie' Ma i.ocsnan ana x.uung
The t'ation Unit
Has increased her terrlco to cicutls j
train No. 4 leaves 7i
.ra.n no. 1 arrlt et Si!i
-iil flu. l ,cVO( 10 II
'rain "o 2 rrtvee .... ttf
'.Tain mo. i letvpt , tij
No. 2 CHrrles through Bleeder for St.Ltili
Iron Mountain. No crrl- thrcp.jitft)
to Cairo Ail tj ali b through to iliz,Uii
euno wnnoui cimnge
for (miner nartlculars call on
rt . o. l-iiei -) i ilA I
't bound. ,,
. E3 An. .
61 Arr .
W. H. OWESS. Tlek-I Alfll I
J JjrPaolflo Hotel Block, OrfoiltPoik
Uii Auionlo and Arnai Paul
Lacs's lirifi Creek Cool is all lump.
1 a m
Mrs. F. J. Sullivan
Has resumed dress-mak-ng
at her place of busi
ness, 509 Austin street
where he will be pleased
to receive her patrons and
'IffTTlV '" TTIl
v Waco at 7 s
. m. 1 Arrive! HO
Cotton today got down to 0 90
for the lowest. The best brought
Loaded shells or shells loaded
rJer at Ambold's.
The Waco Ice and Refrigerating
company are the sole agentB Ior the
Big Muddy lump coal.
The Cheapest Home In Waco.
IVolots ami a btaut.ful s,x room
cottage 3t Provident Heights for
only ilSOO, if sold this week.
Worth 2500. Call at once on
Uokne & Williams,
41U Franklin Street.
TEXAS STATU FI
Oct. 14th to 29th I
pays tor 'Ihx Nkws
Subscribe for Thk Newb.
tTi-e, PrcapM ToMtlTe
'tSwVKl?' "" x"1'. Spermatorrhea,
Th olr vt" ileruinness. Silf Distrust,
iSif'lla iosj of Men cry, Ac. Will
Tit!VtiLH c" "' lirpttemr,
li'&.UluKi of Manhood, ce
raJS?nVm?l m' "". Snermatoi
trf:Tiv r a ju a rTroG. Vigor-
trhiCMo s Man Filet S1.Q0, O
ST." r - '"MO.
H 0. BisnsR & Co..
J. B. (. o'lSH 'ruir Store
fclist Wire Agents
Will sell round trip"
ets October 13 to the 2?
inclusive; good for re&
until Octocer 30th, at
fare for the round trlpi
I. p. smith. Ticket