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THE EVENING NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1894.
ft!" ".on. rh re-
I. Jrtn. 0 ,IIJV
WV -' . tv.rrfPDartmont
1 d by Secretary
1 ":,.,. ; the result of
.nlvof thevanons sya
icW i,mont. uoes into
'MnUt The sweeping
" f t.o ecrt'iiji
v force of the department
tU than 1200, have
caned widespread oxouc
bar Almf "
D 1... that has been
P' :l.Bfiit thirty y oars has
R ".. modified, aiul in addi-
rtl",;",,t 8av,i n clerk
io B0 !"--,, ,- rMSi,
1,1 to eiF- .----.
-amber 01 '"'J ----.-S4
ordered tor, j. m their
, five assistants eu iu i"v
'general and the quarter-
-i ..! tVin a-iinn mini-
the chief of ordnance, and all
. i. .., Iiavn varmiiH
Tlio new order permits
H Militant to each chief, ah
under ipeciai uircuuiHiauuuo
jtfficermay no aetaneu tor
,hk:btit3lMiie miners m'isi
j so "fflii't the . k ili" that have
iforebten necdi-u fo carry o-u
Hcation upon duplication 01
Hue eytt m that is said to
The FVstem of corrorpon
ii changed, by which about
if the communications wmon
each the department will ro
neither reply nor acknowl-
Alt. ine voluminous annual
II t. flAu Iia nnr (mfil in
Hill uere3uer ucbuuuuou iu
ct carrativee, aud ro onp in
ipattment will hereafter write
Or engJge in any literary
without special pirmiESion.
books, except those neces-
it keeping accounts with the
jvdepartment, are abolished,
C3TQ index guuatitutfU
ictice of revising or modify
ty regulations without the
'i order is discontinued,
bureau orders are nude cfli
leal instead of signature.
p Editorial Meeting.
uryPftik, N. J., June UO.
iw anditoiium whioh has just
ompleted across Lake Wesley
i (drove will be opened to-
hmorniiig with imposirg re-
.exercises, and in which sever-
Undelegates to the National
liskonvuuion w ill take prrt.
lailding seatn 15,0000, and the
Itxercises will bo leudercd
Mini of COOO voices. The
J train with the delegates from
Htern and northwestern states
Itt with Kentucky, Tennessee
twiBsippi left Niagara. Falls
e O'clock this mnrnino. At
i Chunk, Pa., the deeaatee
Hntertained with a ririn mjr
tlenrated Switch Back. The
"timed to arrive here at 10
a notwithstanding ihe late
citizen, will turn-out en
"ogive the vltitors greeting.
A Million In Checks.
""kee, ViBl June 30
;toanaeereeate of one mil.
pollara are nninn, ..
itfiiceanf tliA vm, d-
Iwlroad. On Morula tW
"Billion will B0 ' ti.;0
f" the interest on tho firat
lZ0Ms whiuh " payable
I default in the intnroa. UA
P'Kceivcrs boon successful in
Pgalcan nf n .-n: -,
It lni . " ,ul"iun uoi-
Plow interest tj,;d .:n u.
ooftvn wul uo
P9Bt few months
Past .TZ.. . .
1 1 . . " "ccs u,e Juture.
not bat e sav. hut W
'oice o:.. , '.
sistinT .r"' ,Ie,Sh an
SroceriM0,!-' ::LaA1B ana
Plrt of theV-;,, Tlvereain
Pa ann .,.' irmpt at-
Giver. Weight Bua'an
We we a trial.
nAve. ' lKJn'
Accorded to the Future Rulers
of Old England
Loiidou, Juno 30. The Prinoo
and I'rinceas or Wales wtro ac
corded a remarkable remarkable
popular reception today, when they
made a state procession through the
city, preparatory to the formal open,
ing of the new bridge across the
Thames at the Tower of London.
Business was largely suspended and
the populace of the four sections of
the city turned out to a totil of half
a mi'hou. The carriage containing
the future king and qneen oonaori
was escorted by t a V trat and Stc
oud Life Guards and by ihe 11 yl
Horec Quardc, tho latter rcgmenl
having been brought down from
Wi ,sor fir ociaBion. The
route wih from Aiuilooiough House
through the Strand, Elepf strcot,
Luduate b',11, Uheapslde, King Wil
liam t-trt' to the Tower. Hero
tho royal party Was received by
Lord xMayor Tyler, Sir Stewart
Kuil!, Sir Andre v Lusk, Sir Jo
seph DSavory, Sir (Jharlcs Hall,
the recorder of the city of London,
Sir William J. R. Cotton and othpr
representatives of the corporation.
The lrrd mayor presented
a loyal address to which the prince
made a briof response, and then
form-.My dechrrd tho bridge dedica
ted to le p ib io. Fivo thousand
uufcH i'f tli) unrpnati n occupied
eats upon the grand stand, but no
dt jeuner or othrr en er'.ainment -s-ao
served. Tho royil party returned
to Westminister bridge by water and
Has thence driveu to Mulborough.
The Prince and Princess were
greaJy pleased over thj remarkable
enlhusiatm wi'.h which they were
groftfd by ihe masse-i.
By unsightly skin and blood dis
eases. Is there hope of cure?
Is the greatest of skin purifiers,
As well as blood purifiers.
Because of its peculiar action on
It is successful in curing
Torturing, disfiguring, humiliating
When the usual remedies and even
The best physicians fail.
Entirely vegetable, innocent, and
It especially appeals to those who
Suffered long and hopelessly.
It acts upon the liver, kidneys, and
bowels as well as upon the
skin and blood.
Its use at this season
Insures a clear skin and pure blood,
As well as sound bodily health.
It is the only Purifier acting on the
Skin and Blood at the same
Bold throughout tho world. Trice, Cuticuiu,
W)C JHOAI'. !.!.; ULhOLVEM.81. l'OTTKIl Duuu
and Culm. Cow., Bolo 1'ruprii'torK, lioetou.
"llow to Curo Skin aud Wood Humors," free.
B-ra:lnl lllemlnliM. falllnc h.ilr and elm.
plo b.ihy r.ishca pret'iUud by Cutlturn Soap.
ir tlreil, aching, nervou,
mothers knew the comfort,
Btreugth, nd vitality In Cntlcura
lMimtiTH, they would never bo
n. .ys-ci ii 1 1
if OR COUGHS,
Inralalnirafamllyof nlns chlldrn. ml only rj
tiv for Coubbb. Colds nd Croup wm onion ;jrup. n
lnjuataserructlvoto-diy b It was forty 7"
Now ay Rrandchlldrcn tako Dr. Ounn Dn'on8T",
which Is already prepared and morj Pljt to
fnite. Sold evcrvwhKre. Larsje toulet "Oorelf
V&puci i ' ' Thr nothln
Sold by Williamson Dpug Com
5&. t gfr
Both tho method and results Avlien
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the tnsfc, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Iviver and Bowels, cleanses the syp
tern effectually, dispels cold?, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs 13 the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duccd, pleasing to the taste and ic
ceptablo to tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
eflects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances it?
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the mo-t
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and 81 bottles by nil leading drug
gists. Any reliable di utrgitt who
may not have ii on hand will pro
erne it promptly for any one ho
wishes tu try it. l)o not acu.pt i
CtitFQRNIA FIG HYIWP
Get in Line, Wheelmen
Krjyn VlfirMl and get the belt Casta or In
fel&5 lUllvU stallmentB. Wheel, to icnt.
WACO BICYCLE CO.
Uorner Fourth and Jutk.on Street
o.7 FHttlVllCO, CMi.
IOUISVIUE. Kf. t.;.W Y()HI. ft
Makes the best and cheapest ab
stracts in Waco; he is sole owun
and does not have to divide pro
fits. He can tell you
THE EXACT COST
of an abstract at the time yoR
order it. Office, No. 119 South
A Paint Factory for Waco.
Mr. J. E. Home, the rustling real ebtate agent, 017 Franklin
street, has bought the exclusive right to ue and manufacture tho
celebrated Brewer Rubber Paint and Cement. It is the best roo5
paint made. Save your roof;
A Burglarious Gang Broken
Into. The Marsha. Married.
Hearne, Juno 29. For several
months pat the citizens of this
place have been terribly annoyed
and harrassed by buiglars and at
tempts at bmglary. There has been
a number ot entries into private res
idences by the burglars, and costly
articles obtained. Bui of late it
looks as if it is going to be broken
up. Marsral Griffin arrested one or
two darkeys, who confessed and im
plicated about four or five others.
They are all in tho county jail ex
cept one or two, who gave bond
awaiting the justice that is in store
Rain is badly needed in this sec
tion, but no serious damage has
been done by tho drouth to the
growing cropH as yet.
On Wednesday night of laBt week
the auditorium of the Methodist
Episcopal church was crowded to
witness the marriage of Mr. T. P.
Griffin and Miss Lula Shaw, The
bride is a most amiable and accom
plished young lady of Hearne. The
groom is our tfficient city marshal
and a man who holds the highest
confidence and respect ot all who
know him. There were many cost
ly presents given by their friends.
ISdren get rosy
Brown's Iron !
sKiii'is to 111: mji:ni: at
20 S. S. Sugar 1 00
23 F. Y. C. Sugar 1 00
California Hams, per lb 10
Boneless Ham per lb 12 V
Cameron Tip Top Flour
Per sack 1 00
4 glasses Jelly for 25
7 bars Kirk Soap for 25
New Oats, Hay and Wheat.
IKIHI Of A 1. 1. KIMIN AT
711 A 11 tin Avcuuo.
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A movement of thubowelJ each day Is neee.sary to.
. -lib. Theij pills surply "hat tho oyntera licks to
.iikditri-ciiiiir. Thov cum Headache, brliihlea ths
ea aud clear tho Compli-xlon better than oos
A K. .S r Jif slS"
Li J 1 Jltsa t 1
( 1 ? i
n.t!. Th.vanl inllrit V. neither Cri .-3 HOI SlCkOn
other pills do. To convince y-u of their merit, ws
will mall samples fres. or a fall box for KScjntj. 8ol
Give it a Trial!
417 Franklin Street.
James E. Home.
Price List ox bn:.
S 11 "r
SJif&iXeL' '4, Fait,
WLmXEL UMHU IF EVBOSSED COVERS.
BaflUk Brcnrn Iat Cleth IwWU cM . HfiR
lBtllh Browa her Clotk (autrM ite) jj?
One-Half Morocco, ifi
FU Red Ltvant Moroco Ov
Jutl Black Leraat Morocco, Cstf
lack Seal Morocco, iCi
Brooks & Wallace Printing: House,
114 116 North FIttk St., vVoO. TEXG
Clean 'Em Up!
We have had a big business In CLOTHING.
It has left us with a world of Odds and Ends, any
where from one to six suits of a kind. We mean to
Clean 'em out. A price will move them.
We Have Made It.
And while at it, taken a whack at all prices on clothing, and
offer now the grandest values of our commercial existence. We offer
Suits at 81.25, $2.90, $3.45, $4.05, $5.90 and $7.50.
The prices sound trashy. Sec the goods and
you will change your mind.
We intend changing our line of Gents' ic-ccnt
Linen Collars. We offer our present stock at v4'
Little more than the price of washing, but you never bought a better
for io cents. All new shapes, and all sizes.
For Entrancing Sights and Stirring Scenes
Take a Peep Into
408 and 410 Austin street.
and BEST ROUTE
I.&.G.N.R R.O -
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO MEXICO VIA LAREDO
4 40 p mLv
6 11 " l.v
OcroiiEii, inr, l&fi:i
7 15 "
Ar ll.rsaia 10.35 p m
Ar 10.00 " 9.15 "
Vr lo.so " O.&r,
l.T 7.00 " CM)
5.10 am Ii. llOUfctou i.
7.05 inn I A Oalvoston L
3.'i.'. iml(l ISpni
1-55 pm 9.05pm
8.65 am 3.15 ,.
Bccanto Hod. Co, ihlUdeljJili. V
3.U0 p in 12.55 a in Lv Hi arne Lv 3.18 u m 1.10 p or
4.10 " 1.47 ' Lv Milano Lv 2.30 " 12.3'J '
5 W ' 3.85 M Lv Taylor Lv 1.10" ll,'0ard
7.16 " 0.25 " Ar Atutln Lv 11,30pm 10,00 a a
10.55 " U.15 " Ar 8an Antonio Lv S.15 " CM "
.... 1.0) rj m Ar Laredo L 1.00" ....
1.3S a m Ar .Monterey Lv aao a m
135pmAr San LuIb I'otoul Lv 1.80 pm
10.110 " Ar City of Mexico Lv 4.15 "
BFT PULLMAN SLEEPERS. ON ALL-NIGHT TRAINS
J. E. Galbbaith, Gen'l Freight and Pbb. Agent. )
Sold by Williamson Drag Com D. J. Pbick, Ast. General Passonge
cy DruL'Kisti. I T. M. Oampbill, General Manager.
D. J. Pbick, Ast. General Passonger Agent