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THE EVENING NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 30. 1894.
THE COTTON PALME.
Some Things The Directory Expects
to Arrange For.
Mr. J. Hansel Wood, one of the
Texas Cotton Palace directory, says
every detail is baing lojked into as
the contingency presents itsolf. (
Negotiations aro now pendiiJp for
Uio erection of an olectric fountain
n front of the Cotton Paiaco simi
'ar to McMonnio's fountain at the
World's Fair, which attracted each
widespread attention and admira
tion. This will bo in honor of God
less Artesia and will bo an exhibit
of the artesian waters.
The building oommittco has been
nstruoteel to arrange the stage of
'ho auditorium so that a spectacular
ittr idion like America can be pre.
icnted during the Exposition, and
secretary Plunkett has heou in
itiuctcd to advertise in the eastern
papers for such an altraciion.
Two very important congresses
fill bo held in the Palace and as
1 uy arc in keeping with its object
wll increase the attendance and the
bost results will be obtained. Thoy
aro a Farmers' congrebs and a buBi
noes men's immigration congress,
The objoot of the former is to dis
juss tho best crops to cultivate and
'J'C host methods of farming and to
3evise ways and moans for obtaining
the highest prices for their products.
A delegate from eaih precinct iu
Texas will be appointed to attend
ibis congress. The mayor of oich
,ity in Texas will ba re tested to
appoint ton influential oitiztH to
ii.fud the Business Men's Immigra
tion congress, the obj id of wh'oh
vill bo to discus1 the best manner
ind means of bringing all kindH of
fajtories and particularly cotton fac
tories to Texas and tho develop
ment of Texai in every way.
Secretary Plunkett says that ha
iias had several years experisuoe in
collecting but he never saw people
who paid thoir obligations any bet
Her than they do thoir Cotton Police
uubjoriptions, uor did he over S3e
people as enthusiastic about any en
terprise aa they arc about the Cotton
Tho original idea for the audito
rium in the building was for public
gatherings. For this purpose a
atago twenty two feet deep was pro
posed. It has now been decided to
make tho auditorium a theatre and
the plans will bo enlarged. They
iavo gotten suggestions from theat
Tieil men and the stago will either
bo forty feet deep with an opening
Df the same size, or still larger, sixty
feet deop and an opening of fifty
feat. This is arranged so that the
arpest spectacular attractions can
bo staged. A full sot of scenery
vll be put in.
Notice to Contractors.
Scaled proposals, addressed to tho
aiayor and street commitloe, will ba
receivod at the office of the City
secretary to bo opened at 3 o'clock
p in. July 12, 1891, at tho oityhall
A'uo, Texas, by tho mayoi and
treul committee for furaishing all
iib r and material, and constructing
ipproximatoly 1700 feet of briok
iH-wer, ft VQ feet in diameter, from
D lllas street to Brazos river along
be Mann Mill road, according to
plan and specifications on file in the
uy engineer's office; a cortified
3hei-k for i-200, payable to the
nayor of Waco, Texas, must ao
wmuany each proposal, bofore it
will bo considered, and a bjnd of
JOOO will be req aired with con
tract; the right to rejeot any and all
proposals is horeby roserved by tho
ity council of Waco, Texas.
Attest: John F. IIkhukkt,
W. C. OoorKit, City Secretary.
For tho tondorest and greatest
arioty of meats see Crippen, oornor
Jiith and Franklin strooti.
No extra charge for calling at
esidenees to remove corns. No
,aiu, no blood, Dr. Sadler 010 J
Don't Tobacco dplt or Smoke Your
s the truthful, startling title of a lit
Je book that tolls all about No-to-bao,
tho wonderful, harmless guaranteed
tobacco habit cure. Tho oost is tri
3iutc und the mau who wantB to quit
and can't runs no physioal or financial
i-isk in UBing "No-to-bao," Sold by
1 C. llisher & Co., and all druggists.
Book at Drug Stores or by mail
iroo. Address Tho Sterling Remedy
Co , Indiana Mineral Springs, lad.
THE WORK OF VILLUMS.
Seores oi Valuable Dogi
About a week ago several very
fine dogs belonging to reputable citi
zens were poisoned. Since then
poisoning dogs has beoomo very
prevalent, and a great deal of indig
nation ia being felt by parties who
have lost valuable animals.
Within the last few days, doga
belonging to Messrs. J. I. Harrison,
A. II. Kuott, Lockett llorton, T.
B Barton, Wood and others, have
been poisoned. All of them wore
fine dogs, valued by their owners at
from $25 to $100 each.
The dog ordinanco will soon bo
in effect, 3nd why there should bo
auy motive for suoh cruel deedH as
killing valuable properly, is a
The work is being done in the
dark and it is hoped that the parties
guilty of such malicious mischiof
will somo day bo brought to justice.
Throigh Wagner sleepers by tho
Missouri Kansas and Texas leave
double daily from all points in
Texas without change for St. Louis,
Hannibal and Kansas City.
W. G. Ckusii
G. P. and T. A.
Excursions to Texas
Tne "Katy" and the Rock Island
are about to join hands in an en
deavor to run harvest and home
seeker excursions to Texa3 iu the
months of July and August. It is
the belief of Gonoral Passengor
Agent Barker of the Missouri, Kan
fas and Tex is that tho prospect of
an immonso yield in the crop of
Texas is such that tho farmers of
the north will have a chanco to aje
the paradise of the south in its
W. G. Crush, G P. & T. A.
ALL AROUND TOWN.
Tho Park Natatorium is tho place
to go and bathe and swim in the
big pool. Thursday and Monday
nights the pool is reserved for ladies
and their esoorts. Saturday and
Wednesday mornings for ladies ex.
clusivoly. Private tub baths can be
had at all hours, for males or fe
males. Experienced and attentive
attendants, tho finest water in the
world and plenty of it. Prices reas
onable. Patronize us and be satis
fied. Tom Padoitt,
Borgstom Will Make
Cabinet photographs at $2.50 per
dozen, and remember that wo will
give you work that will be in every
respect superior to anything offered
you near these prices. Futhermoro
I will give a reduction of 30 cents
on the above low prices to anyone
holding tiokets issued in Waco this
spring by another photographer.
Bring your tiokets at once as this
offer is limited. Stu lio 503 Austin
An Interesting Conversation.
A reporter for This News over
heard the following conversation
today, and as it contains good
reasoning, and is not inappropriate,
we givo it for tho benifit of our
Bill "Hello, John. How are you
going to spend the glorious
John "Why, I am going to take
tho old lady and the children to
Day's Spring Lake for a day's out
ing. 1 understand there are to be
boating, musio, dancing, speaking,
and a good time generally."
Bill "Well, that is a good idea,
and hanged if 1 don't take my fam
ily. But how are you going?"
John "Wo will tako the Waco
and Northwestern excursion trains,
leaving Waco at 8:30,
10:30 a. m and returning at 5:30, '
0:30 and 7:30 p. m., as best suits i
the womankind. The fare is only .
30 cents for the rouuu trip."
Keader, it you would enjoy your
self, go and do likewise.
The mercury clidmod away
above the '90's today.
The Birmincham boys proved too
much for the Waco ladB yesterday.
Better luck next time.
The farmers think another good
uhowir between now and the 10th
proximo would not do any harm.
C. A. Koff, tho invalid who was
taken to the county j iil from South
Bosque, was removed to the city
Rev. Charles K. Giddings ad
dressed a hrga auJienoa at tha
Yjung Men's Christian association
hall last evening.
A. J. Moore, for years principal
of one of the colored public schools
of the city, has been elected presi
dent of the Colored Teachers' asso
ciation. The July term of Judge Good
rich's court, the Nineteenth district,
will convene Monday. Tho min
utes of the April term were signed
several days ago.
The county commissioners' court
which has bean in session all the
week adj inrned today after approv
ing the the accounts of the tax as
sessor and collebtor.
J". K- McNary was tried in the
oouuty court today on a charge of
lunacy, and the jury returned a
verdict to that effect. He was or
dercd to be sent to the Southwestern
insane asylum at San Antonio.
The irrepressible Major John Di
vis, tho well known colored janitor,
will bid good-bye to single life
Mondjy afternoon. Ho wants all
the lawyers, officials and newspaper
men to witness tho ceremony, whioh
will ba performed by Judge Scott.
The work of fencing the right.of
way of the Waco and Northwestern
railway from Waco to Bremond
will commenco Monday. A force
)f a doz'.n men have been detailed
for the purpose and the work will
probably be completed before fall.
The News will take advertising
andor the distinct guarantee that it
has daily a larger circulation than
my daily in this city and that an
"ad" placed in its diily and semi
weekly edition will reach double as
many homes in this seotion as a sim
ilar "ad" placed in tho daily and
veekly columns of any other publi
cation in this oity. Advertising
rales, circulation considered, as
heap as the cheapest.
Monday or as soon thereafter as
no can get around the collector will
call on you for your subscription.
Please be ready for him. Romem
bar he has in the oity almost tjpo
thousand calls to make, if you all
pay him tho tint time he calls, and
if you tall him to call again you help
to swell the number of his calls be
yond what ho can make. Please
don't tell him to call again, it is a
small matter to you, pay it and thus
ave yourself the annoyance of re
peated calls and this office tho ex
pense of having the calls made.
Soo Stark West & Co. for acoidont
ud fire insuranco.
T. P. Sparks, at No. 518 Austin
ivenue, keeps extras of all kinds for
buggies, phtotons and oarriages.
The finest collection of carriages
otrts, buggies, phmtons, etc, in the
city, aro to be found at the reposi
lory o! T. P. Sparks, No. 518 Aus
tin avenue. Call at his place and
don't fail to go up stairs.
If yon want a fine work worth $7
for f2 80, seo the ten "ads" whioh
have the words, "Sights and
Scenes." Seleot one of them and
make a beo-line for their placa of
business. Remember thoy each
have just one volume to sell at that
price this week.
To our lady friends: Is your
hair falling out? If it ia, go to
Dismuko and get a bottle of "4711."
Ho will guarantee to stop it.
Proud of Waco's Industry.
We, as oitizans of Waco, do not
realize what Waco people are doing.
Read the following and then toll
9:30 and ' SpriDg.town' Benton Co, Arkl'
April ', iou-i.
Cicterine Medioine Company,
Waco, Toxas: 1 have been using
our Cacterine ten days. I can't say
I am well, but I am so much bettor
'ofo3tarrh. lam confident your
medicine will do all you recommend
it to do. Sjabs had formed in one
if my nostrils and thoy aro all
jleared out. Yours,
S. F. Mitchell.
Free treatment at E E. Uismuko's
Rupture and Rectal Specialise
I guarantee to enre Ilupturc, Plica, Wit
tula In Alio, Ulcoruiud Itcctmu, III
drocnln and Vu-lcocolo, wltlioat knit,
or detention from buslneai. A'o pay unlit
Why wear a trna or Buffer when a onre It
offered you ou such fair terms, nuiidtedt ol
cares treated In and around Waoo the past
three year. Somo you may know. Write 01
call (or reference lint Ottlco, rooms 89. 90, 81
Proyldent Building. WAOo, TEXAS.
Only tim-clasa goods, low pricos
md prompt delivory at Gribble
N. T. HARRIS,
Uffiee40SH Austin Avenat.
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BLAIR 1 STRIBLING. t
ATTORNEYS AT LAT&
noita Auttln Avenue, WAOO, tKXAH
JOHN L. DYER,
Attorney - and - CouNsenot
Office No. I20 N. Fourth St
The New3 prints the associated
'ess telegrams twolvo hours shsnd of
y Daper h Waoc
OULLEN F. THOMAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WACO, i i TEXAi
Office over Waco State Bank.
all nersona .i. '.i
limits of the citv n- e
keep them secure w!ffW
inimP!i;a ana not .iu "w
leave the premi' S'tkJ
public streets or SD7 e
in the cly unle88 theVZ01!
mu.zleil with t " "'
I so 8eCred about thett
i that thev nim,nt uu. ai,i
-"" vy iiiii.
Art. 2. And the owner. ,
docs failinir ,n nnf:ner' '
dinanco shall ., uaMl
to exceed 100. "
Art 3 Tho marshal i
to kill all dog within th.
limits of Wa,n 1 h9M'P
public street or alley 0rTl
Jsoto-The foregoing orfl
not havinc been sicrLtS.r
rj. :;:: ,. ,m.u u
.... uuja auer uieflline of,,
tho Rfinrtnrv'j r.ffi .l." '
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u.uio ,i idr WUUOUl; bis sigDKW
R. W. JoilI.OVftw:.r
An.,:.. . """"i
aco, i exas, Jane 25, Ujj
J. S. Dtughorty, of Dallas, is at
J. W. Moody, of Momphis, in at
Dm E Graves, of Gito-willo, is
at the Paoific hotel.
A. I Goodrich, of Houston, is
registered at tho Royal,
Ashby Howard, of Gravosboaoh,
is a guest at the Hotel Koyal.
Tnomaa 0. Ptunkett is on the
streets after several week' illness.
Rev. and Mrs. George W. Truett
left yesterday for a wedding trip to
Miss Rsia Diver, of New Or
leans, is visiting hor mother and
sister, who resido at 025$ Amtin
Rev. J. B. Oranfill, of tho Baptist
Standard, left yesterday for Fjrt
Worth to join tho editorial excur
sion to thoEst.
F. P. Crow and wife, Miss L P.
Crow, Miss Lula Suggs and Miss
Minnie Scott, all of Gatesvillc, have
apartments at the Pacific.
Rev. J. Wood Stona, Judge A.
C. Prendergast and J. C. Stephen
son are in attendance at tho Waoo
Presbytery now in Besaion at Mar
tin's Gap, Hamilton county.
Mrs. M. Walker, aooompaniod by
hor son, Mr. J Carnie Walker, left
yesterday for Galveston where they
will in future reside. During his
short rosideneo in Waoo Mr. Walker
has made many friends socially who
will regret his departure.
Given to ordtn 1
Flower Store, cot
Austin & Clm
irs3ry. 700 Dttti
Notloe of Filing Admlaliti
THE SXA TK OF TKH-T tS I
McLer nan County, greeting Yoina;
ruu iiuuaeu mat jou L'EtuieiODeptlif
Rome new panel oublhbed In
for at kviH twenty iiay, itraiMJfi
Tin- PATr IIP TVT 1 Q U..I.....A.
To all I'crtons lnteretlia Inlbitiil
. tionol the estate oi J Dltti.dMeuii' I
Dietz. almimtratilx of tbe j-ntiolli
dfeemed, has fllel Her final loouiil
county court or McLenoan coonty, lUdl
ne Hctn on at i e nexi urx di ca
conimenctngou the Ural Uondtyii Mil
at 'he conrt conse thereof. Inthicluili
Rt which tlms all I'ononi lateteiM ll
eeute may appear and ooLMiititiiiiM
UWItnets: T, II Drown, cletlc of tkM
pnnrl nf Mnf.nnnRn cnuntT
Given unJr my hand nJ tte uiii
court, 1 14 titn aay or June, imi
Clirk Iount Court, McIcnDUUoottr.t
Joiix 11. SKiuc, uepniy.
ALL JllLLI.M'liV GOODS.
A complete assortment of llolr
Goodi), HittliU. Bangs, Curia and
3lme I'erry, Fare Sneeialliit,
treats toe a,ce with Ifyaro Vaou
Ualr dreeacd to onlor. ISails
manloured, ChlropoJlft work,
Coma nnd Hnnlona Treated.
Oreascn made to order.
Call at -tooy, Austin at,, np stairs.
Near Fourth cttreet
.nits. ii. j. doss.
The Baptist Preacher, Dr. Julian
Says: My wife has been sufferinh
with nasal oatarr since January,
following a severe oaso of "Grip."
Since using your "Cacterino" three
weeks she has greatly improved. I
corsidor it tho best romedy I have
eve. seen for that disease. When
tho Ljoterino arrived I was suffer
ing greatly with a severe case of
acute nasal catarrh. I commenced
at once the use of Caotorine and
within twenty-four houra was great
ly relieved and have gone on steadi
ly to recovery. It gives me pleas,
ure to furnish this testimonial to
the efficacy of you medioine.
Free treatment at E. K. Die
make's drag store.
At Every DrugStt
in Waco, the
The Best and
The Cheapest on Ea
Price, 35c k
Reduced Rates via the M.&J
1. National rescuer. -
1 1 UC JM.1B0UU"! --- ,.
Texas railway will U J
tiokets July 0 and 7 goo jJJ
until July 31, Witt P" -
ing u.kots extended ni 1 P"
1 for return at one fare pn
2. YounR People' 8gl
Christian Endeavor it W,,
nu;n T,.ln 11 to lo. R. . .
w.uu, .j 1Q snl 11,1
tickets onealeS, 9,i j,
until July 31 for "'',
tended until September
rouuu --- IiMi,
sold either vis. ' -- i
no. Eicht hours shorter u
o. uH'" - - - . iinur
convention at loronw,
. . on w nnr.a
iv to z. ""-"it eoodi'1"
sale July 10 A 1. j
until Jnly 31. ZnV
until Septomuer i- -!
fare for the round JJJ
4 Annual conve ,
I Republican Lesgoert
I June 20 Ronnd Py
o,u Tnnfi 23. 24 and i -
return thirty dy '
Bale. One fire for tt
ms.u ntM. K. 9Vil
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