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THJE EVENING NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 30. 1894.
THE MHO'S DUTY.
Wlinl lie Sliould do lo licltcr liis own
To tbo Colored VoUrn of Wmo:
1 take it that wo all look to the
imo rcal objec in choosing city
ofii ,r that of having the laws
P'o rlv administered ami the
g.i- r.ment carried on upon the
m hi -i onomioal bais that is con
!. with the liberal spirit and
"u i,i Hing oil z Miry of our
vaj ' y growing municipality.
'Ill ' nrgc majority of us neither
want nor expect anything from the
gov mmont of city or t-lato or
nation, except proleotim for our
selves and our familns in our lives
anl liberties and the pursuit of
lmpi n sj,
Willi this end in view we all
wa t ti aid in tho election of a
miii r who will
Fir-t!. Insist upon the rigid en.
fci utointof the ordinances of the
city provided for the supprefsion of
viie-ml criniH, and who shall sot
he wheels of justice in motion
igviifct the Mining :h well as the
weak, aguiiiht the null aH wllas
pior, against the woll-drePHed, be
jiiwilh I whit'i gin.b'er aH wull uh
iln? rouged, black or:ii bhooter.
So ond, Closely watch every can
tract niado between the city and
any individual, to (-co that every
dollar expended by the city shall bo
faivly and fully earned by the pirly
rec iving it. Further, that iu the
oxpevliturc of the money raised by
taxir the people of Waco, oit'zirm
of Wuco shall have pieferencc, aud
that ii'- laborer.) shall bo imported
from other places lo wo-k upon the
stroma and other public improvu
menu while there are in our midst
aumbers of idle mou anxioiiH to
woik aud unable to find employ
ment. I h ild that it is a very poor
munic pal economy which sonds its
m my away to employ labor, and
loaves honest, iniustriom working
rati! of our own town to bo sup
ported by tho charity of thoir
Wo wint, also, a morj cftij'ent
management of the colore 1 school-
of the city. I know, of course, tint
tho maor in only one of tho board
that controls tho ndino's. but
ho can hnvo as much in II leuco for
their !,ood, if ho chooses to exert
it, a-i any o'.her member.
Now wo have Hires candidatoi for
m-ijor from whom to choose. Hon.
V V MeCulloeh, tho prciont
mayor, aks ro-elootijti -ipon tho
rof rl no has mailo in olli 10. J his
rucara jf ho u re-elected ho will
art d i t the all'iirs of tho city for
tin Kt v,wo ynitr.-? as thoy have
In i ii i' Miiluoted for the past four.
If , m are pleased with his adiuitiH
xv i .!', vote for him.
Tti i?e BrinkerhoiT n a candidate,
and h promises if elected to have
tin 1ub rigidhT enforced.
jIr Bart Moore iH a candidate,
311 1 'if blaii'ln slrougly plodged to
o f ircouicnt of la', the oio-dng
i ' (rambling hous-s, and the
of ku'o-)iis on Sunday.
ii ou do not want to see the
Id administration go on for
i ming two .years, ehooo the
o-i opponent ,of Mr. MoCul-
, i ousoliil tie your strength upon
, n td wo will elect him.
i v own opniou is that the col-
v 1 eiplc 1 1 1' t a more rigid on-
u nt of th. laws for the good
r .00. Looseness of hw and
n has b -en tho bauo of the
i) far, and tho sooner we ro-
tho fact and help tighten
ni of government, tho hotter
u m11 ho for all our people.
Yourj for tho right,
M. S. JoillA.X.
Vaoo, Msroh 30.
i' t class for euro of bruises,
and rheumatism Captain D
Mdoiiiliv. of No !) 1'jngiuo Com-
Bnltimore, Mil., says: "The
ri of our company havo
t ij.'y tried Silvhtion Oil for
bruisos and rheumatism, anil
iven rati3faotion in every caso.
r 'ard it us a first olass lino-
r.f will bo a called meeting of
1 ' io iiro department at Ceu-
.il at S o'clock tomorrow even
By order of
A. 31 Pkkscott, Chief.
Phone Lacy il jou want good Coal.
Is (lie Way Orders for Increased
Circulation Conic in.
Tin: Nkws is modest in its claims
of having a circulation larger than
any other paper in Waco, but it is
only stating factH. Not only aro
its readers in Waco, but in ovory
one of the towns iu this and adjoin
ing countifs. Every train that
leaves Waco at night carries a bun
dle of The Daily News for imme
diate distribution on reaching the
destination. At I o'clock this after
noon tho following telegram was
Temple, M irch 30.
Waco Evenirjg News:
Sand fifteen more papers. Busi
W. W. Spanks.
This is a case of subscribers com
ing by electricity. Tiik Nkwb is
circulating and the advertiser-
He is a Candidale.
For some wicks there has bicn
much favorable mention of Cullen
F. Thomas for the legislature Tho
announcement of his caniidacy will
tu received with pleasure by hid
host of friends lnth in tho city and
c untry. To Tin: News represent
ative today ho said frankly and
"You may stale that I hope to
occui y a seat in tho next legislature
I believe a threo months' residence
at tho cap'tal next winter would
agreo with me. But don't got tho
idea that I am a candidato for my
health. 1 want tho ollico,
feel that I can (ill it,
and jou novor paw a candidato that
did not expect to boeloctol, lean
not now outluio my platform. At,
tho propor timo I shall go before
tho pooplo, discuss living is
sue, defino my position on
cti-rnnt questions and submit my
candidacy on its merits to tho suf
frage of tho only true pooplo's
party a unified, purified, unterri
Edgar Allen l'oe mid (lie Haven.
Dr. K. B. Warm in, tho celebra
ted orator, elocutionist and author,
will lecture on the above subject to
night at Baylor University. Those
who havo already heard D. War
man are most enthusiastic in their
praiso of his work. 1'rofessor Frauk
lin says Dr. Warman is tho most
polished elooutiomt who has over
visited Waco; other teachors of the
city havo expressed the same senti
ment. No person who is inloroste.l
in refined and scholarly entertain
ment Bhould miss the raro treat in
store for tho-o who attend touiht.
Siimlc Tax illccliim.
The Tax Koform Association of
Waco will meet at tho city hall at 3
p. m., Sunday for a discussion of
tho siugle t3X problem. "W. D.
White of Hewitt and .fames E,
Nations of Waco will explain tho
tingle tax theory Tnoeluo cirdially
invites all sympathizers in tno caua
and all who wish to learn ire invited.
Asking Crisp to Decline
Washington, March 30. liepro
sontatives D.irborow, of Illinois,
and Cadmu, of Now Jersey, have
been circulating an addn-sj to
Speaker Cri-sp, asking huu to de
cline the Georgia seuatorship. It
is being signed by many Damoonts
of tho house At 2 o'olofk tho
sp?aker left tho chair and rotirel to
his room for consultation with his
friends. Mr. Crisp said to his
friends just beforo tho house con
vened today that ho thought ho
should decline tho proffered senator
bhip. A Critical Situation.
Colon, March 30. (Copyright
1894 by tho Associated 1'res-j.) It
is reported hero that tho Nicsra
guana thrtatou to make a second
seizure of tho Mosquito reservation.
An Auicfieau oit'z-m is taid to havo
baon shit by order of Acting Gov
ernor Kama. The British warship
Canada is waiting for a reasonable
timo at Blubfioldi in anticipation of
the arrival of tho United Statoa
tligship San Francisco with Hear
Admiral Benlniu on board. The
situation of all lira at Bluctield'j iu
said to be moat critical.
ALL AROUND TOVN.
In ovcry fampaigi tome u llllcal fakir
l'rotBtiiHloboatilo t Urn tho wholo earth.
But D-'tiiofincy a spirit l Wftller S. Ilnkor
Olvej proolofhls tUucsBnml patriot worth
Votors of tho "bloody Fourth"
will meet tonight at the Sjitlh Fifth
street engine Ijoubo.
Tho Epworth league will moot at
tho Fifth street Methodist church at
8 o'clock this evening.
Tho county olork issued a mar
riage license today to J. L. Wojil
and Miss 3Iyrtlo Suidors.
Tho ConsnmcrH' Cotton Oil com
pany filed suit in the fedoral court
yestorduy against E. T. Aahburuo
to collect $2,705.77.
It is expected that a Urgo num
ber of the voters from Edgciudd will
attetd the speaking at the Fourth
warn engine house tonight.
Tin: Nkws prints a complete
novspapor every day. Aud the
poiplc appreciate it. Vide the
growing subscription lists.
Tho big reg's .ration figures have
cutset! a go id deal of comment
People aro awaking lo tho fact that
Waco is growing into a city.
Architect Hdrbort has almost
completed the plans for tho now
Waco Natatorio-Sana'orium, which
will bo two stories in height.
A meeting will bo hold Sunday
night at the Pacific hotel to organ
:i a b3se ball club to cuter the
semi-professional state league.
There will be a special meoting of
Pat Cleburno Camp tonight. Im
portant businei-s netds attention,
aud a full attendance is desired.
Tho mooting of voters at the oity
hall tomorrow evening promises to
bo a very lively ono. It will be
addressed by all tho candidates for
The candidates for oity oilices
mot this m irniug and made arrange,
ments for having the election tickets
printed. Tho tickets will probably
bo printed tomorrow.
Tnere has haen much speculation
on the streots as to whether
IM''h division of the commonweal
army will pass through Waco or
not, and when it will arrive hee.
Mr. J. E. Boyntou will addrois
tho Junior Department of the Y.
M. C. A. tonight at 8 o'clock on
"Canadian Winter Sports." All
boys invited to attend. No changes
Corsicana proposes to try tapping
the artesian water vein. Promiunn
citizens of that burg have been ex
amining the water system hero and
will report in favor of trying it
Thoro will bo a mass meeting of
tho voters of tho Fourth ward to-
night at the South Fifth Street lira
station. Candidates for major and
aldermen will speak. This lire
station is ono b'ock bolow Speight
street on South Fifth.
Tomorrow's matineo will be the
last chance given you to sec
"A Niglr, Off as presented by the
Waco Histrionics. It is such a
performance as you will not hav.
the oppoi Unity of witnessing soon
again. Take it in.
Beginning this evening, the Mis
souri, Kanoas and Texas railroad
will ruu a through sleeper from
Waco through to 6l. Louis over the
now lino via Boonoville. Tms will
do away with all delays aud changes
Too Marcum, who was indicted a
year ago for theft from tho perton,
arrived iu Waco yesterday from
Houston where ho has baon most of
tho time, and was arrested and
jailed by Sheriff Burke. Ho said
he was to have been married last
The Hotel Royal reminds the
guests of an old touthern home, that
gonial hospitality peculiar to tho
southern states, especially Virginia
and North Carolina, boiug tendered
at all times. 3lr. Humor in the
charaa cr of "3huo Host" is with
out an equal.
Tho mass meeting of citizens to
lak3 ,laco tomorrow n'glit iu the
blao room of the city hall promises
to bo largely attended, as interest
in the coming municipal election is
increasing daily, and forming ono
of tho piiuoipal topics of disuussion
on tho streets.
Tho typis got transposed in the
article in another column in this
Usuo making the comparison ba
twecn The Nkws and tho Tele
phono of yesterday, and the num
ber of i"chns credited to tho Tele
phone is 119 instead of 100, as it
The Southern Migsisiiic has sent
a well known representative horo in
the person of W. A. Boweu, some
time famous as the author of
books and stories published under
tho nom de plums of "Ike Piiilkms."
Mr. Bowcn is "dniug" Texas for tho
Little Hszol, tho two-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Berry, living on North Sixth street,
died at 7 o'clock yesterday evening.
This is tho second child of this
itumodiato family to yield to tho
dread destroyer since scarlet fever
made its appearance in this city.
The funoral will take place at 1 p.m.
Andrew Lothen, an industrious
dukey farmer who lives about a
mile below the city, sustained a pe
culiar loss several days ago. A
vicious mti'e, which had beou turned
in the stable with some horses,
kicked one of the animals to death.
Tho horses ran out of tho stable and
wero met by an enraged cov, who
ru-htd at a young tilley and gored
hi-r so severely that Bhe will likely
Depu'y Sheriff Torrcnco returned
last night from Pao del Norte,
haviig in custody G. II. Carter, who
was arrested at that place soveral
days ago. Carter was iudicted by
the recent grand jury for swindling
the Cit'z sns National bmk of this
oity. Paco del N me is in tho Mexi
can republic and Sheriff Burko pro
cured tho necessary extradition
papers before the departure of
Deputy Sharif! Torreuca for El
Thorn will bo a 03llcd meeting of
tho McLennan county commission
ers' court tomorrow. The meoting
is called for tho purposa of formally
closing tha contract with Mr. Trav
Jones for the convict farm which
tho county purchased last year, and
to i sign the uocessiry papers. This
farm iH elovon miles oast of Waco,
and has boon used by tho county
nearly a year. Tho commissioners
will also cauvas tho returns of tho
reccit local ootion election in pre
cinct No. 8
Soo Stark West & Uo. tor acoidon
aud fire insurance
Fine Cigars and Fresh Caudles.
Mr. J. E. Ford can nov be found
at 029 Austin street, with a choice
stock of tloo oigirs and fresh
candies. Call and see him.
Tom C. Fain is stopping at the
Miss Emma Fraukliu, of St.
Louis, 3I).;is a guest at tho Royal.
General M unger Charles Hamil
ton, of tho T-)xas Central, is still
absent from his ollico on account of
In orthr tn vvilncp slack 1 vtll
hvII all milllm-rtf t'KHlk at fjrrat
It rrtinvt'ti pvtcfs i hiv n ctnn
phi r inirx' ttf' hti tr (joint m httml
Ifffv, Uvttttts, mi'i, 111V tnid
frlzsrs Huh' ttrvsHtft to ttrth't't
JllflfMlprlcrs itiiht j'ur rttt little,
itriHH inntilnu by Mrs. UiUson
4005-i Austin Stroot. Up stairs 9
ill lfw ir w nati.
A Sure Curo for Piles.
Itching Piles aro known by mois
ture liko perspiration, causing in
tense itching when warm. This
form as well as Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding, yiold at onco to Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts
directly on parts affected, absorb
tumors, allays itohing aud effects a
permanent cure. 50 ote. Druggists
or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bo.
sanko, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold by Williamson Drug Com
On windows, (style of thoso at the
Convent). Office, hotol and resi
dence windows painted. For par.
tionhrs apply to corner Thirteenth
and Morrow streets.
510 Fiank.iu street is tho best
phco to leave your grocery ordore.
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SAILED THE SEAS 38 YE
One of His Experiences.
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s,ol, sun upon n-tlrliia fiom tl.i vsucrviM,
noliitcd l) lin-t-1-ci-.-lniyoftlicl nliid',.
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time lo ol)l. tin H-M, iinii mhii. Having V'J
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liilnt-ui)pi.iii-4 uiih-Ii hiiiIiI I ii i'Ij linl-iM
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noil it lo.Tllii-r .ltli I liu Hi nt i ,.,. fflifl
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judn-ioiisiioof tlii-sp H10-.1 .iln.ililpruni(.ri '
unil la-art lly ii-poiiiiiuni tlii-m m iilliiiiii,'i ,
ii I !"- ''iDt- A. I'. 1.1)11.1. II immli-n IW
iroMiIil hy till ilniiru'lil v"i n pu-ltUoiriutaS
toe, or by Dr. Miles Aipilu-al Co, rikllart
Jiid on UTi-lptof pilrc, -1 pi rliutllp, or Eli
Dr. .Mili-s Hi)htoi:ilIi-.Norini.',iii(mrr,,V,
bottle-, for ;,"
'rou fiom J II npiutrs
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The Fencing Tournament.
ISew 1 ork, March , '10 Overs
score of the leading fencers of the
country are registered at the up.
town. hotels today, r.iey com 3 from
Boston, Chicago, Oaiaha, Salt Lake1
City, New Orient ami San Fran
cisco lo parti iipato in the annus!
fencing championship contest of the
United States under tho joint aus
liices of ( tho Amateur Athletic
L muii, and tho Amateur lancers'
league ot America, l no opemog
bouts are in progress this afternoon
at tho Fencurs Club on West
Twenty-second Btreet. The p3rlio
lpanls include Lieutenant D, bit.
tini, Charles Tatum, VV. Whitlock
and Van.-) Post, of tho Fencers'
Club, of this city, L M. Lawson,
Jr., of Columbia College; A. C.
Cunningham, Pittsburg Athletio
Club; William Friedgoo, Phihdel
phia; Herman Arnold, I'iiilsdel
phia TuriigHmeindc; t). Q. M.
Hammond, Charlei G. Ritraer, ff.
T. llointz, K. T, Shaw, R A. Ihn-
bo'd, and Dr. J. T K mp, New
ork Athletic Club. John Allaire
aud N. l.uz, of tno Nov York
Littlo Ylothors" Fair.
Now York, Much 'iO. There
was ailig crowd today at tho fair of
tho IivijUo JMathora' society at the
Manlrattan Athletic club A num
ber of sooioty ladie, heaiiil by
Mrs. A. M. Pa'.mor, wifo of the
theatrical manager, preil0tl at '
booths. Tho fair inclu ted portions
of tho Worl i's fair exl.ijits from
California, New Knglaud, Frince,
Italy, Holland and 11 issia, and the
ladies are attired in tho o jstume' of
tho countries represent d. Tnfl
bociety Kencls to tho country e?er
hiimtnor thousands of little g"-j
who take ohnrgo of thnr brothers
and sistors while their pareat3aJt
Great Masonic Meeting.
Chicago, March 30. At the an
nual meeting today of thereto
holders of tho great Masonic TefflP-e
the architectural wonder of the
world, a report was submitted show-.-
l.-t ii, iinniinn ,uiit. has bee"
iu-j uiiau n)c iiuuiii ...- .
wijied out entirely, and that current
earnings aro at tho rate of over
por sent on tho caidtil stock. PJ
the structure was erected the m
astuto real pstato men propne
that it would bo a while elepog
and the showing today is regara
as marvelous in viev of ,tuf haVe
numbor of sky-scrapers thatj"
been erected since tho Temple
Foruvor Ku77vr' p
Mm. Wisslow's Sootiuno Srju
has been used for chidr en teotb
It soothes tho child, soften o f.
allays all pain, cures J 1 J ffi.
i g tho best remedy lor vw
1'wonty-fivo cents a bottle.
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