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THE EVENING NEWS. SATURDAY. JUNE 30, 1894.
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People Stirred Up
' G . . on Viqturdav
ivUle, J " ,1rinh w38 found
Jtt;JL in the court house
. olm did the
t ,Ka ,T bv some that
to mane i
did it for
"v.. it a e
Lu' . ...
1 lid it In order
K of permuting the late
'SL is being circulated for
r " f n.ilintr a mass moot-
P0B; .1 "tht, ac
Smn the action of Judge
fi lib ruling in this case.
" .. i at fever heat ana we
BJBI - ,
rich in his ruling
nrodiot the result,
Uilstion of tne queen imwr
0( sympathy to juwmhw
i-i N Xf hIa m ri
ifindeor, June 3..--ui-u-.
lMh I nave not me iau'
.LnHon3llv. I can not re
"f .. . i
, from writing iu yu -u -
ItlZ to ex ,,ca r
beiympitny l lBB1 ', J"" ";
terrible moment. i can not,
I words to tea you uuw mj
U'i heart bleeds tor yon juu
i horror and dismay i ieet iur
n'mA that has robbed you of a
led husband and the while of
of its moat wortny ana
twl "resident. If universal
Lhycanin any measure allay
intense gnei, oe sura i ia
Mav God cive you the
Ijth aid the courage, as well aa
Ireiigoation, necessary to ooar
hffliction. Je me aia, mauarae,
i bitn Bincrement. I subscribe
Ilfjmadame, your well wisher,
Cigar Makers Strike
liladelpnia, June 30. Between
nund and fifteen hundred cigar
In of this city aro on a strike
In increase of une dollar a
lind on the price of making
. and anion control of the
ANECDOTE OF MACMAHON.
Iicigo, Jane 30 U ving to Ilia
at hearing Judge Payno haa
led Pendergasl a stay. He was
to have been hung Juiv 2.
uFort Wayne Suspends
hicsgo, Juno 30. Tho Fort
te read today praotioally sua
ed traffic. Neither through
owl train f aro runnimz.
Dr. Connor will till the pulpit at
the Cumberland Presbyterian church
tomorrow at 11 o'clock a. m. Sab
bith sohool at 9:30 a. m.; Young
Peoples sooiety of Christian En
deavor 7:30 p. m. All invited.
Morrow Street M. E. church,
South -.Corner M jrrow and Elevonth
streets. Sunday school 0:30 a. m,
W. H. LaBtinger superintendent.
Preaohing at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p.
m. by Rev. Jerome Duncan. All
Christian Church 1100 Wash
ington street, F. N. Calvin, pastor.
Sunday sohool 9.30 a. m. Preaching
11a m. Junior Eadeavor 4:30 p.
m. Y P. S C. E 7:15 p. m. No
St. Pauls Churoh Rev Frank
Page, rector. Services at 11 a. m.
and S:lo p. m.
St Paul's Mission corner of
Fourteenth and Jackson streets
Sunday nsehool services tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30.
Fifth Streot MethodiBt church
Sunday school at 9:30. Preaohing
by the pastor, Rv. II. M. Whaling,
at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Subject
of morning sermon, "Symbols of
God" Epwor.h League at 7:30.
First Baptist churoh Preaohing
at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. in. by Rev.
J. M. Carroll.
North Sixth Street chapel Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Preaoh
ing at 11 a. m. by Pastor J. G.
B3gby chapel Sunday day school
at (:30 p. m. Preaohing at 8:30 p
m. by Pastor J. G. Kendall.
Edgefield ohapol Sunday school
at 3 p. m. Preaohing at 8 30 p. m.
by Rev. J. W. Thomas.
Trinity Methodist church, North
Twelfth street, between Columbus
and Jefferson Preaohing at 11 a.
m. and 3:30 p. m. by the pastor,
Rev. Charles E Giddings. Sun
day school at 3:30 p. m. Epworth
League at 1:30 p. m. Prayer
meeting at 8 o'olook Wednesday
First Presbyterian churoh, Rev.
D. S. A. King pastor Sunday
school at 9:80 a. in. Preaching by
the pastor at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p.
in. Young People's Westminister
sooiety at 7:30 p. m.
Scandinavian Lutheran Churoh.
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
at 3:30 p. m. by tho pastor, Rev. T.
Cholerine at Liege
lege, June 30. Six cases of the
fie described aB cholerine have
reported hero. One death
ftkedieaso haa occurred.
Notice- to Contractors.
iw proposal-) will be received
I MOD, Jul? 3-d 1SOI fnf fl.n
Niticntothe Columbus street
Mat the office of V. n rwi.
. architect, also addition tn
oathEight street school at the
; vy. w. Dudley, architect,
addition to tho East Waco
51 the office nf S. p u-un
H and a now six room f nine
' OmldiDL' at tlip nm . r w
T U -Ni UlUUU JL T? t
armour, architPf't. in o ..
!Dce With nlanR nd ,;
10a file at tlm nfr,n; r n.,.
architects. All hirf mat h
Pied by a certified check of
"Wll to thr, .... r l a
flint.. "uei Ul J. O.
M!n, Ueasnror r n L-i
01 the citv rr 7.,
Flee Of trnrifl f..u ... ... .',
kdh;,u . llu luai ine c-
ftaiictan.1 7. ,ulUl"m'
ondof nn n n accep"
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'of theif ; r-"".. "i vuo
liter k wuiract witnin one
ttttir ,aw?rda arc mad or
riUir che. V a hm. . .
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Comet Pile Remedy cures.
For sale by H. C. Rishor fc
Dr. Roily treats only tho oyo, ear,
nose and throat. Glasses adjusted
from scientific measurement. Office
over First National bank.
When You VJslt
Tho store of J. E Ford & Co., 029
Austin streot, there are always
sights that will interest you. When
you drink from their soda fountain
(tho morits of which are widely
knownl. scones alone peculiar to it
are presented. Don't fail to see it.
We a!f0 manufacture our own candy
and can vouch for its purity.
J. E. Foito & Co
T. P. Sparks has cheap buggies,
ho also has tho finest made. When
you want to buy do not fail to get
lis prices or oxamine his stock.
It Shows the Manner In Which
He Ruled France.
It is seventeen years since Mar
shal MaoMahon, then president of
the Republic, wrote the celebrated
letter in which he called on M. Jules
Simon to resign the premiership.
This was the starting point of that
strange and almoit humiliating pe
riod styled the 10th of May, which
lasted six months, at tho end of
whioh time the Conservative party,
which had been carrying on pubhu
affairs, was vanquished by universal
suffrage and fell dead, so to speak,
on the battlefield. If I now rovert
to it after seventeen years' silence it
is becauio M. Simon himself, in to
day's Figaro, has an article of three
columns upon the 10th of May. He
was its chief and most signal viutim,
though the entire Monarchist party
may also be said to nave been vic
tims, What I am about to say relates
to a dinner on May 0, 1877, at
which wore present among others,
M. Henri Germain, chairman of the
Credit Lyonnais, and M. Logouve,
tho academician. 1 do not rouollect
tho names of the other guests, 15 or
10 in number, but I mention these
two because they are still living aud
and I can invoke their testimony.
Here, then, is what passed. A
cabinet council at the beginning of
May was discussing the lino to bo
taken by the government on an in
terpellation by M. lo Blond. M.
Jules Simon and Marshal MacMahon
held the same opinion, but tho
other ministers took a contrary
Thoroupon M. Simon said: "My
dear 00. leagues, the president of the
republic and I art of the same
opinion on tho attitude which the
government should take in regard
to M. le Blond's interpellation. 1
have told you the reason for my
opinion, which is also that of the
president of tho republic. If you
agree to follow me wc shall have
the president of the republio with
us, whioh will materially help u to
command a majority in the cham
ber. If, on the contrary, you per
sist in your view, do you know
what will happen? Marshal Mac
Mahou, convinced that he oaanot
govern you, will form a resolution
whioh I cannot precisely state be
forehand, but its aim and result will
be to force us to go out of office,
leaving the Marshal, or rather thotc
in whose name he aots, master of
the battlefield. The marshal will
then send for the Duke de Broglie,
will intrust him with the premier
ship, will attempt to govern with a
Broglie cabinet, and, encountering
the opposition of the chamber, will
obtain from the senate the right of
dissolving it. Whereupon he will
hold fioeh elections, exercising tho
most violent pressure on the con
stituencies. This would bo a calam
ity and I beg you to spare our coun
try from it." A long silence en
sued. Everybody expected tho
marshal to protest against what M.
Jules Simon had said. Hewasvisi
bly agitated, but after a few min
utes, raising his head and turning
ta M Simon, ho simply said, "Par
fakement." This caused veritable
stupefaction in the cabinet council.
Discussion was broken off and tho
ministers separated. -- London
k h m & w& m
llr. Walter Bell
at Smal! Expensr
Rheumatism Perfectly Cured.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Man.i
"Gentlemen; I i!o not know hovr to expreH
the gratitude tint I Joel towards Hood's Sir
uporlUa.uhlcli lias cured mo atvery itoaUeoit
I Havo Not Slept
en my left tide for four jears; uffcrlnir wit
rheumatism w Itli const mt scro jnlns and b
Inc completely run don n, but now all Is channel
md 1 eulov cood health I exiicrlence sweet
Mfreshlnp sleep, tune a wood upprtlte, and mj
psinory Is much luipiowil. In (act I nm aston
ished at tho rh.tiiKe. 1 c m now perform inj
tally work with ease. I had almost
Clvon Up All Hopes
of ititr enolni; good health again, but by the
tersuaslu power oi :i fiteud 1 was Induced to
Uke Hood's Hais.iparllla which haa sarod mi
Kr. I am now In perfect health, thanki to
Hood's." Walt Fit 111:1.1., fl-iheston, Toxas.
AUest::.Ioii.v UKllitLiiL, (lalNeston, Texas.
mofently, on tho Iher aud fjuwuls.
act easily, jet promptly 1
WACO EVENING NEWS.
The bttslnesH office, prrii room finrr com
pontrif roomy arc nf ".' iirirf Mtl South
biyhtli Klriet. Tcfejihoiie .Vo. 177.
firnnch office tit llttrlcton'M htmle Afore,
Ho. Itli South Fourth itrert. Tefeihom
If you want to talk tetfi thti'bualneaa of
flee ami have no 'phone, mo oura at rifl
butcher for Retriger-
Comet Pile Remedycures.
For salo bv H. C. Risher &
DR' I ..
see tho gamo at
"K this afternoon.
nk v rV "y cures.
- "J a. U. R.nno,
It. .. . ' uui
r" nn o
out one of the
tit W "eur aDa Day the
13,80. 0vor looked
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THR STANDARD.
See the Alabama boys beat Waco,
if they can, this afternoon at Pad
Every Body Rejoice
With Mr. Miller; see what he
"I have used with discretion
"Caoterine" and am cured of catarrh.
Wm. B. Mii.lkb. Wheat, Tex.
Free treatment at E. E.Dismuke's.
Advertising In this column ohargel a to
tto ofone oent per word tor each lniorttox
Cash must aooompany the order, exoopt vrher
orderod bv regular advorllaor.
a t( 3IAKI: lllti 1IOM)V Helling onr
electilu telephone Best heller on inrtli.
"rut all compleii- ri udy to set upf linos of uy
dletnnee. A prm t cat electric tclephono Our
agent niiililnK f" to f ID ailay i'ny Kve yhyily
buys! Mg monoT without work. Prlios low.
Any one can iiihKh $"& per month Adilu,H-
W. T HurUon & O-., Clerk No 11, Columbuu,
W.t l'i;i A Klrllo do honecwork. Ooi d
wKt Kmiuiro at Jain hangar's rumor
1 1 th and (Jolnmbus i :0-'U
The only line that runs solid trains
Texas to Chicago
WAUMli PAL.ICE SLKEHXO CAIUJ
The Ftnost Sleeping Car
Service in tho World.
THE K.ATY reaohes from llnnnibal,
St. Louis and Kansas City to
Houston, Tei., tho hod of tide
water, over its own lines, and
Donlson, Sherman, Dallas, Fort
Worth, Waxuhachle, Hlllsboro,
Waco, Temple, Belton, Tay
lor Gainesville, Henrietta,
Austin, San Antonio.
Houston and Gal
AlTordscomfur'.s and crnenlfneu to Us put
rune uuiiniUeil by any otlur (OUthweHteru
Any person wl-hlng to lklt
St Louis, Chicago, Kansas City,
or tho productive
plains and prairies of
Missouri, Kansas and tho Indian
should tako the
Missouri, Kansas and Toxas
As It Is tie noot direct bunt ciinlppad and
ruim through Hfugner stooper to allabora
liulnts without chBiiK" where dlreit oonnoitlon
is made in Dnlun Depot 1 rr all points North.
Last iitd West
On all Through Trains.
For furtt-or Information a to ra'ei, r,)atnl
maps time table sleeping car roHBrTat'oa
cto.eallonorad(lros .1 i:. Hmrii,
I'll Uot Atieut. aio, Ter
w O.CmiSH, Oen 1'ssn & I'M Agt
Oen l'asu A '1 kt AKt, St. I.oiils. Mo.
San Antonio & Aransas Pass
WAVI i;i Mamiger Tor K.nnn Is, Institu
tion, IJi-fonneB und ltond repaired, llbu
r. 1 1- riucetnentt ti tho right 11111 . Addre-H,
1 he Eastern Astnraneo Company, Thllal iphla.
1'en. sjlvanla n--'8 :it
WAIN'I I. II lliinseB to movuvr raise Work
cuaranteed. W T. M Mil IW South "th
W'A'ri:i To accept any tlokft scld by
any photographer In Waco and tl.tS fjr
one doi. cab net photo. 1 make four for onn
dollar (Jimrranteed Qrst claes or no nay. W.
J t'assni'Ky I'liiitograplier l-'j South :ird S'..
W,lM'i:B-To iiaj ca-h for second hand
turnltnre, i e Ine at dipt. Tom smith's
snctlou honsu Vo. W7 North ildebqiiaro nett to
Dr Hand 'e. Krid It. tjiu'th. 0 V" 1m
S'l'OI.I?! On tl e night of Juno th one bsy
mare Dtuiidi, li lt:ti and seven years old.
Liberal reward nlh botialdfoi the relur 1 of
same to l.UI.N'orth lith street. ti-7 tf
OJ,l I f lilts and hoavy brown wrap
ping paper entublo for placing nndoi
carpots for sulu at riiK Nr h 0UI00. l-'U ti
Foil Al.i; A four horse power wate
motor, good as a now one. at lawn olHcti.
Fivr, M.w ici: ito.i:s
Klghth and Franklin ntrcets.
AIU'TION Any one wishing turell their
luriilluro at auction or cash call on Tom 1..
btulth, city auctloncet Oillceon I'ublloHiiuure.
T F YOU uroont ofomployment and wants
lob put an "ad" In this column, we will
only churjreyon tun cents tl
Colt Ui'.y I' t'llleen room lioune fyorably
Ia a handsomely illustrated fifty
page pamphlet, issued by the Chi
oago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Rail
way company, giving valuable in
formation regarding agriculture,
iheep raising, climate, soil and
other resources of South Dakota.
It also contains a correot map of
North as well as South Dakota.
Every farmer, and in fact any
one interested in agriculture, etc.,
should have a copy of it. Sent free
to any addresB upon application to
D. C. Brady, soutnern psssenger
Apply at thlt
o iu it
AKinv tiiix; vi: k.oiv we
know tho man that struck old man li-lllli
Pattoteou ought to pu a thousand dollara Hue
anil iBy six months In Jail with 11 block of ko
to cool off on. Tho Bucket Curiosity shop for
bargains In bodiocm suits 'o-i-U
Wi; K.OV-lt0T. J. WoodBtouo, onool
the best prea'hern Iu ttaco, practlcee
what he prcaehei, votea and workB for what
he prays lot. denounces tho saloons, gamblers,
tobacco lying; ol course tha burti, but don't
prevent our paying -jisii for 2nd liand goods or
trailing new goods lor old. 5 t-tf
Wi: KNOW Hun Jones fays: lhe bit
dog alwajs howls. If any onulhlukf
they can do dirt aud hear J, Wood stone, ol
the Cumberlani l'n-abjtrrUn church preach,
and not hear something to make him wince
he is mistaken and ought tu seek relief by buy
Ing tome ot our bankrupt ttocW of fumlturt
andBtoivh. Uacket-Cnrlosliy -hop o--tf
HiKMIU- A prominent la)tr who
111 the Kev. J. Wood btone ureacneB
the besticrmon he ever heBrd, that we hire
several nou.e. ami rooms 10 ri-ni. "u'i
ineverithlng and ape no oue. The Racket
L'uiluslt; Shop. 5 4-tf
237 Fourth avenue, Loui-sa
Vegetables and fruits
fresh at Gribble Bros.
ilOU IllJVr Mmrr alalia now occupied
ey um "in 01
Apply to Klchard Coke, Jr,
J? vilufrey ft Ulll
llrtms, 17 frankiln St.
be for rent 11 ay 1st
, or Uorno X Wll
Quickot, most direct routo to all
South, East and West
Through tiokots, oloso oonnootion
for all points iu tho old states and on
nmm, m mum & kl i'asi
TrainB leave daily
Waco at 7 a. m.
Houston 7 p. m.
San Antonio 4:10 p. m
Austin 3:15 p. m.
New Orleans 10:55 a. m
Noto tho quick time and all day
ight ride from Waoo to San Antonio.
Excusion tickets to tho following
poiutB at rates named will bo on salo
ovory day to return within thirty day
from date of salo:
Corpus Christi, $12.70
Kerrville, $11. 5U.
Excursion tickets will also be on
sale on Saturdays and Sundays only,
good for five days from date of talo
P it. N. Palmer, dealer in fegd.
Rockport and Corpus Christi aro tho
placee for fino fishing, hunting, good
sailing and bathing. Any of tho
points on our Kerrville branch will
fully satisfy anyono who is in scaroh
of cool mountain resorts whoro tho
streams abound in trout and bass fiah
For further information, mpas, etc
write or oall on
J. B. BllOOKS,
E. J. MARTIN,
Gen. Pass ti Tiokot Agt.