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TH EVENING NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 30. 1894.
JiffloS, Jr., Society Editor.
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Tet i:.n hat it raeariH not
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link of tbe long sunenug
I"". :i. n whom mv
me ib"j -"
I,, leavirg Waco I spent he
,Fort worm, huiuwwb ""
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BlogrtfeivB Bi"" v .
u some eiegant business
m and some preuy u.-
ir but Waco ib in mo '"" '
Lit mJDV MmgS, aim 0 iw.
Lwell, if tho ninddy liquid 1
umpelled to use is iueu mm-
k(i;an water, un- mu-.k-u.
lit Worth had better t3ke a
loWaco. . ,
L Fort Worth I came straight
Uto Chicago via tne ivjck.
ithom chance. ine roaa
fnfcrt is undoubtedly the bau-
e, The recent rains iuiuui-
. - .t n.trvliil Via lt
leeBlIIf ruum v.u.j.uu -
be and made tlie trip entirely
rom dust. Crops in all the
ire in fine condition; so surely
neat southwest is to have a
prosperous year, i was par
tly interested in tne mwe im
Iklihomi through wuich wu
1 had to rise very early in
but I was determined
lomithiDg of the oouutry.
little towns are filled with tiny
jhcotej, guiltless of paint or
Ifish. Here and there are
Em living m tents, or camping
jisptairis schooners, saloons
kividence, and in one of the
towns the Anheuse-But,ch
tg Co., has u large beer and
tat, and the only attempt at
ition about the towns are the
signs of the rival beer com-
ii toll by a number of people
Aicago would not be so pleas-
lujtar, that it would seem
pout the fair. Per contra,
It, it is more pleasant.
lies more of the do.
side of the city, as
' beice able to do the citv it-
Stale street is as crowded as
Ithfre is a dearth of countrv
i who gathered in arouns last
10 ask questions and nazn nt
and evervbodv. Their
luefilltd bv an nvprminnlu
lilor-made oirls ami ;.
The first looking very chic
wing in blazer suits of black.
" or white, with white.
w Kd Waist-COatH. nni.nina
immaculate diokev fmni."
ilanfcg hilars. Chimnev
LW8 Sr lnnnli wnm Km !.
h walkincr hai. iSii ,ii,
4 butter.uolored crown, a
01 COCk'B f either r, rhotM.
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; King out. 0: course
great speotaole. The day was per
fect, and all (Juiujgo gave itself up
to the exoitemeut of the Derby.
The boulevards were thronged
with uion, women and children,
eager to see the brilliant
prooeaaion of gaudy vehicles. J
.While the windows, verandas, bal.
oonies and lawns of private resi
dences and hotels were filled with
night seers, and surely there never
was a fairer sight than the tally bos,
landaus, drags, mail carts, victorias
and carriages, freighted with fair
women in perfect gowns and irre.
proauhable millinery, and as the gay
avalaDche rolled on to tbe park, the
ulanking chains of a hundred pam
pered horses jingled an accompani
ment to tbe tunoful tally-ho
horns. The elegantes stopped at
the Washington park olnb house, as
invited guests of the club, and the
broad verandahs and Btretch
of vi-lvet lawn resembled a huge
parterre. The women affected
white this jear to a largo ex
tent, and their spotless gowns were
accompanied with costly white lace
or chiffon parasols, bat many bril
liant colors were worn. The grand
stand was crowded with handsomely
dressed men and women, while the
infield was tilled with vehicles of
every description. Above the hum
of voices and rustle of fans rose the
Btrains of a most excellent orchestra
and from the tallyhos came snatches
of song, bursts of laughter and
popping of innumerable champagne
Everybody bets on the Derby,
but on Saturday the position of tbe
horses had no sooner been drawn
up than followed such a some as
has seldom been witnessed on a
race track. Tbe eight) one book
makers went out prepared for the
fierce onslaught. The crowd came
with Buch force that the jam
was terrific: more tuan
a dozen men fainted,
clothes were torn, men shouted and
struggled and the vast room was
tilled with a howling mob. It was
certainly a scene which would serve
to point a moral against gambling.
Men of all ranks of life came pour
into the enolosure, hot and perspir
ing, holding aloft their rolls of
money, and as every one put their
money on the two Eastern favor
ites, Domino, aud Senator
Qrady, it was a great
day for the bookmakers, to the
consternation of the crod. Roy
El Santa Anita captured the hoavy
purse for "Lucky" Baldwin. As
the thoroughbreds camo down to the
judges' stand everyone rose to their
feet, cheering the favorites wildly,
Lucky Baldwin's entry not being
noticed, and when the California
colt won the viotory scarcely a cheer
rose from the sullen crowd who
seemed stunned at the unexpected
turn of affairs.
But despite the disappointment it
was a great day for the populace,
and although the majority had been
losers they refused to sulk, aud the
retifn home was a repetition of the
Mrs. Edward Tory, Ju.
out of the upright bows of mode
A great amount of kindliest in
terest was aroused by the union of
Miss Goodrich aud Sir. Dickey, for
their friends are legion. Mis
Goodrich td'nce her debut has been a
reiguiug belle, her bonhommie and
gracious personality well fitting her
for the social position whiuh sho has
adorned. A model daughter and
sister, she enters her new life en
dowed with all the requisites to
bring happiness to her own fireside.
Mr. Diukey it one of the fore
most of our young business men.
Ho is a most cultivated gentleman,
a man of affairs and large interests,
whiuh center in our city.
Mr. Dickey's gift to his bride
was a beautiful home on Austin
avenue, wmon iney win occupy
after their return from au extended
tour to Chicago and tbe cities of
Rosebud set at his father's residence
on South Fifth street. House and
grouuds were prettily illuminated
with Mikado lanterns, nnd both were
called into service. Refreshments
were served on the lawn. Dancing
was kept up until a late hour, under
the graceful leading of Mr. Shumate.
iir.itr. ami TiiiiitK.
Tonight there will be a children'!
party at Mr. John F. Sedwiok's.
Mrs. Howard's two guests will
leave for home en Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus N. William
son have returned to Waco and will
more than likely make this city their
Mr. Wlntui'ii Go mm n
Monday night Mrs. Winter gave
a delightful german at the Audi
torium, complimentary to her sons,
Captain Gabriel Winter and
Lieutenant John G. Winter, Jr.
It was a most enjoyable uffari.
High up on the hills, out of the
dust and heat of the cty, these gay
young merry-makers danced aud
otherwise eLJ jyed themselves until
long after midnight. Refreshments
of ices and uakes were served. Mr.
Shumate led sixty couples through
the german in his usual eaiy and
A I'lcakuut Time.
Wednesday evening a number of
young people in response to invita
tions sent out in the name of Mr.
Lyle Downs, met at the residence
of Mrs. S. L. Downs and had a reg
ular good time, not breaking up un
til late in the night. Dancing
was the order of the evening. When
this little crowd like the Rosebud
set meet a" good time is insured.
u' how the "S
1 "to looks.
"J peculiar style obtains here
u,,y iome Qf y(JU wUl
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toB?l nonly tW0WUB
t'l bt; vu"saiDg e foot of a
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fidnVni "Broyday. Forty
Park to -eamed to Wash-
'tetofiv,::.!" t?e great
m inn '.: )Bar- is said
great 1. .nas never made
How ,h!piay MitdidthiB
P1 tbe BHti- y be ! oannot
jHn, ' ""8 equipages
-"iumeB formed a
The hiah noon wedding of Msa
Abigail M Goodrich to Mr. R. B
Dickey, on Thursday, fihed the First
Presbyleriau church with au bxclu
hive and fashionable audience. Mrs.
Rounsavall presided at the organ
aud to the strains of the wedding
march the ushers, Messrs Will Law
son, Will Neil, F. B. Goodrich, of
Houston, and Green Higginson,
preceded the bridal p3ir up the aisle,
where the simple and impressive
service was perfurmed by Rev.'Dr,
The winsome little bride wore a
moBt charming toilette of new wool
orinkled orepon,of mode flecked with
white. The skirt showed a drapery
of latest design, falling in graceful
plaits, oaught on one side with two
rosettes of chocolate hued moire
ribbon, a broad sash of moire of the
same color fell at the back. The
bodice, with its moderate sleeves,
was adorned with broad revers, which
flared from a vest of the chocolate
moire, on which a handsome cream
laee was appliqued, the collars and
cuffs being finished to correspond.
A beautiful directoire capo of the
moire trimmed with tbe cream ap
plique and lined with silk, shading
from pink to brown, was aonneaior
traveling, and the hat was a verita
able confection of mode chip, pink
forget-me nots peeping from under
the brim, the pale green stems pass
ing to the top and twisting in and
Thursday evenicg at 8:!30 at the
First Baptist church Rev. Dt. Car
roll perfurmed the ceremony that
united Miss Josephine Jenkins and
Rev. Geo. W. Truett in the bonds
of matrimony. Long before the ar
rival of the bridal party the church
was crowded with their friends.
Promptly at the hour set the im
pressive strains of the familiar wed
ding march, played by Mrs. W. H
Bagby, Bounded through the church,
and all eyes were turned in the di
rection of tt.e main entrauca, each
countenance being filled with ex pee
taucy. First came the usners,
Misses F. Wood, F. Ficklen.
Claude MjFee and Eugene Wood;
then came Miss Maud Speight and
Professor Harris, walking very
slowly. When they had gotten
half way down tho aisle Miss John
ston and Mr. E McKenney entered
and in a like manner Miss Dixie
Wood and Mr. Harvey Carroll and
Miss Georgia Jenkins and Mr.
Luther Truett. Then came the
bride, leaning on the arm of Mr.
Truett. As the al.endants reached
the altar they separatjd, the brides
maids forming in line to the left of
of the altar, while the groomsmen
formed on the rinhi. When tho
bride and groom reached the altar
they stood facing tho minister who
was waiting to receive them there.
A' hen the ceremony was over tho
bridal party left the churoh in the
order that they entered. The
bride wore a lovely brocaded
white silk with lace and pasaemen
terie, veil and orange blossoms.
The bridesmaids were all dressed in
pure white organdy, with satin rib
The altar was beautifully
decorated with palms, ferns and
potted plants. After the wedding a
magnificent reoeption was given at
the horn j of the bride's parentB,
Judge and Mrs. W. H. Jenkins.
The presents were numerous and
The bride, who is a great favorite
in Waco, iu the daughter of County
Judge V. H. Jenkins, and is a na
tive of this city. The gnnm, Rjv.
Geo. W. Truett, is a young man,
but one of the most gifted and
promising ministers in tne Baptist
church. The couple left at noon on
Friday to visit the coant cities of
South Texas. They will be at homo
after July 15, at their new residence
on South Fifth street.
To Prevail In Purchasing Pos
tal Notes and Orders.
Washington, Juno 30 Oa and
after Monday morning there will be
on sale 3t the principal postofiices of
the country the netf government
money order by which large aud
Bniall sums cau be traUHtnitted by
letters with safety and at rates much
less than the present orders for
$2.50orlesis cau be had for three
cents, and orders for larger amounts
up to gjiuo at rates graduated up to
30 cents. The schedule for fees for
the ne money order has been re
duced to the basis now charged by
the various expres companies tor
transmitting money and will be us
follows: For $2 50 or less, 3 oents;
$2 50 to $5, 5 cents; $5 to 10, S
cents; $10 to $20, 10 conts; 20 to
$30, 12 cents; $30 to $10, 15 cents;
$10 to $50, 18 cents; $50 to $00, 20
ohu'.b; $00 to $75, 2'i cents; $75 to
$100, 30 oente. The postal note
gives no security to the sender. I
Anybody can get ono cashed simply
by signiug his name aud presenting
it for payment at any pnstoflice au
thorizad to pay postal notes. The
new money order on the other hand,
by a system of ooupons sorving as
an effective check both upon pur
chaser and postmaster, is apt to
prove a satisfactory solution of the
long mooted question of reissuing
fractional currency for convenience
in mail purchasing. Under the new
system postmasters will receive a
commission of 3 cents for every
money order issued. At present
thr-y get 3i cents for each order
issued aud the same amount for
each order puid, and one cunt for
"aoh postal note issued 3iid three
fourths of a cent for each postal
note paid. Superintendents of
money order departments through
out the county bay that this reduc
tion on large fuiiih of money trans
muted by m mi-y order is a good
thing. The prctcnt rates are too ex
orbitant, for the people can get their
money transmitted by express com
panics at much lower rates than the
A Great Church Event at
bany, N. Y., Tomorrow.
Albany, N. Y June 30. Cardi
nal Gibbons, Mrg. Satolli, the apos
tolic delegate, and Archbishop Cor
rigau arrived horo today, and will
participate tomorrow in the conae
oiationof Very Ra. Thos. A. Burke,
as bishop of Albany. Tho visitors
wore nc-ived by the bishop eleot, a
number of tho clergy and prominent
laymen and iworted ti Dr. Burke's
residence. This evoning thoy will
bo tetidored a public reception.
The ceremony will take p'auo at
the cathedral of the Immaculate
I'onueptiuu, commencing at 10:30
tomorrow morning, and will proba
lily ououpv four hours Archbishop
Corrigan will officiate at tho conse
cration services, Mgr Silolli will
pontificate, aud Cardinal Gibbons
will occupy the throne and deliver
tho address Du Mouchel's mass
will be sung by the eatludral choir,
the quartette and hjiiiu of the mem
Iters of St. ilosiiph's church ehoir,
the quartetto from St. Mary'
church and some of the members of
tho Sacred Heart clii'rch choir. At
7:30 o'clock in tho evening pontiff
ii.il vi'siihth will ho iiHlebratil.
Speaks through the Honthlmy (Mc.) Rtgitttr,
of the lipnelkiul results lie lias it'ceiveil from
a regular use of Ajci-'b l'ills. Ilesajs: "I
was feeling sick and tiieil and my stomach
seemed all out of order. 1 tried a number
of remedies, hut none seemed to give ms
relief until I was induced to try the old relia
ble Ayrr'a l'ills. 1 have taken only on
box, but I feel like a new man. 1 think they
are the most pleasant anil unay to take of
anything I ever used, being so finely sugar
coated tli.it even a child will take them. I
urge upon all Mho arc iu need of a laxative
to try Ayet'a Tills. They will do good."
Kor all iliiriihi-rt of tho Stomiith, l.lver,
nnil Itoiri-ls, tnko
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Every Dose Effective
For over u qum-tor of u contiiry, I)x-tor
Pierco'i Golden Modical Discovery has Iwen
cffeetiiiK cures of lironclmil, Throat and
l.uiifj ullVctions. AVonk Lungs, Illraling
from I.ungs, llronclntis, Af-thinu, nil linger
ing Coughs, (.'oiiMimption, or Lung .Scrofula
nnil kindred maladies, aro cured by it
Mr. Siaiu L'urulliork' Centum.
Friday evening Mr. Sam Caruth
ers gave a delightful german to tbe
Mm A Muxs, of SardLi. Illy Stone Co.,
Minn., writes: "una
your apo I was given up
by my family physioinii
i aud frit-mis; all sum I
v miiKt illi- Mv luues
were liiully affected, and
body reduced to n bkeli--ton.
My people com
menced to glvo mo your
nnd I Boon la-irun to
mend. It was not Ioiik
bnforo I becumo well
enough to take charg-n
of my household dutlei
I owe my recovery
to Dr. l'iorco'8 (lolden
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Mi:-T10' THIS I-AI'IUI.
Satisfaction as to styles and work guaranteed. A trial ordor solicited.
Reduction mr ie on trial orders.
MADAME HOLT, late of Louisville, Ky.f
MISS DIXIE E. PERRIGAUX, also of Louisville.
Specialties: Tkousjkaih and Evunixis Costumkh.
1000 Aufcti'i Aventi-, Waun, Tpxih.
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The Gity Savipgs Bapk
CHARTERED FEB. 12. 1892.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000
Now offers 6 per cent. Interest on deposits. Interest payab'e