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In Dayll ht by a Bold Bad Man.
La Tu ta, Col., July 15. The
bank of 1 1 Junta was robbed of $8000
yesterday altcrnoon. kuius I'liiuips,
the Cashi.rhad just returned from
uiiiuui, w cu iiMimiuci aujjjcu 111 1110
back dob .revolver in hand. He cov
ered thecashier and made him open
the safe. He then placed the money
in 'a sad and slung it over his shoul
der, an backed out of the door,
mountci a fleet horse which stood
ncar.,arl started south. A dozen
hofsemc 1 were soon in hot pursuit,
.headed by the cashier, bareheaded
and inl his shirt sleeves, but the
stume'eis hoisc was too much for them.
when la t seen he was making for the
rough lountry, vlicre he can hide in
the canlons and cedars.
WACO. TEXAS. JULY 10. 1888.
Services will bo hold, to-night nt the
Mprrow Stroot'chdpol font; corrior of
Eleventh nmlMorrow streot, and the
sonso of tho atforidtuioo will bo tosted
as to tho advisability ofj'i'rthor eon
tlnu'ng tho meetings', 'ijh'a Is tho bo-1
glnnlug of IhoJJfth. 'nook and thore
has boon, Ju splto of thojplny Avoalh
or, n largo altondanco and much In
torest. Tho Row Mr. Bishop preach
ed last night to a vory largo audi
ence. E.iH'B Bublaeja Oollego.
Tho llrst number o; tho Evfnusci
Nkws takes greivt ple.isuro in cal'.rg
tho attention of Its ro.idora lo Hill's
Waco Business College. Vfo ear'uofc
too much reconimond a Holiool which
Institutions of Waco, brln-f nt hun
dreds of students duiiiig tho yea- to
tho city. Thls.colleQ lias steadily J11,
croased year hy year to. Its prosont
lmpoitanco, and now btudoi.ts hot
onlv f-'om nil parti of To:as, bul 1:0m
tho adjoli'ing states lliMg tbo senool
ft has minle.itaHvh'y onjU nic-its. It
'Mh safe lo Fay'tbat'Sivoiegant crpiip-
liMnnta Ml ..Y'M.ulA.niiHnt'.tnfia f-twl
ujv.i.a. i w r vn4 i-t ivuwojmih
In the thorouhnafc oru's.caUcsot
has Ho superior in tlio Ufi I tjed j 81a 1 08 1
In tho past eic,ht years A1-. Hi'l has
visited nil tiio promino.it colludes with,
a viow to making ovory hup-0.0170 it
'"obsorvnblonuu lias ndpiijteu 0 "o y per-
fcot and hos rejected ev.o'yth'ng ' v
peneot in the'.art of tca'oH' 'j, brs 11.3s.
Holanowijubjlahi'jgl.J'i's Eia' c-,s
Collego Jourruil ivhugofnid 'Gioai
monthly. Everyone th a sou to
educato should havo 11 dffiy. '
IIINSON, KAN., JUly 15.'
walked into the bank of La
c twenty minutes past 1 o'clock
yestcnliy, and covered Rufus Phillips,
cjashie with a revolver, ordered him
todro 11 all the funds of the bank into
a'.bae! ic placed on the counter. The
l:ashic complied with alacrity, and
the t irihg robber at once mounted
and scaped. The amount of the
loss is variously estimated at from
'$i6,opoto $28,ooo..jTheie is no clew
to thtrqmicr. -,
Yost orci ay's GamoF: 3ied an Ec,3y
Victory for.' Taao.
Tho maieh jai bnso baU be
tweon Wiico aid Cj I Aoa clubs iok
place at Fad!,' i's k v.k yesCordny
ovon'ng. A largo c ji. (! was pi 03ont
and eonsiderablo anLpnt ot' interest
was maulfosted 'n Ill's game, as It
was tho tlflh t Qioltbeso two elubs
havo playwd togvjior t'u's year.
Tho four proced'nj games stood two
eacli, fao yefctorJay'Joia.ch as to do
cido the contest. I TJio Waco boys
had n oomplolo w.lt-ovor wtb tlio
Corsleanas. Tlio tloro standing as
Waco, l 0 2 0 3 3 4 l i.' IG
Corsicana, OOo'ooi'oOO l
' Vo'y frefiuont'.'.Co'-s'cAVja playors
would ninko good lrjaaud soeiire
tirtbi.'jo,witlioat liiuoh etoi don, but
rnrply did they reach -second. Tho
wondorful iju'ukAcss nud ucou-aoy
Vlth jvjrhiuh Qudiror, ,ti'o Waco
catcher, throw the bnllo second base
and tho usoal safe cnlcUng of ltoso,
who plays second) provrd a regular
'Idead-fttll" to tbo bnbournei'H of the
opposing, nine, 'l-'bo bntlcy for
Waco'vas Kor-nndKJuhror. For
CorsltJaua ltoberts andWohnnuaii.
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Tho"q(i('jJi!' aa-to Whether or not
fju eoiim prpmppiy ropei an at-
:o jaiici loieeHon nor eoasr, is
o ,bo solved, by some naval ma
ns' A. nortlou Ol tlici Kiu-llah
noeitjg t0 pifty ht bolng tho enomy,
hn iwill nttemnt to land wherever
?uldmlral in command may think
.""".lis the ohaneo of escaping dotec
hnrll Tl) Rdmirality will -toiegraph
"0Iwhire as soon as landing is at
fvf (edf and It wU bo lutoieftfluir ta
emiow soop a flee.t can bo mobiJis'od
see f)itnn:Htrfhih tn 1rt1.nl ilinlnmi.
Tbo admiralty will also bo niwe
loilatir hov uiucli dnningo the
A Japanese Story.
Uarpcr'g Young lV-ofle
1 VJA1& Will.""". 1 C. VJUVl UJtlll.
forihls goodiiosB was blossed
tho best llttlo dor In tho world.
iny whilo they woro out waikli'g
or this littlo dog bogan to
oh at tlio foot of n troo, and oallod
Ihis master to lioln him. In a
fowthlnutos tholr ed'orts uncovered a
lliw Chlzoki had a very bad ncigh
bOiliia'illfert Kendon, Who, wlion ho
UeJ'd of jiio other's good luolc, bor
ro3d tbo littlo dog, took him to walk
au((bado him scratch up somo moio
koI ab tho foot 01 tho treo. Hut tho
llllo dog only scratched up nn old
beio. At tills Iveniion was so ancry
tli5 ho killed tho littlo dog and bur
rll'Jblm nt'tho foot of tlio trco.
tu.oivi, iiiivin wins lost 111s v.isu
lit to dog:, becamo pooror than over,
fU'mily, 10 support hlinsolf, tooK
jd of this samo treo and mado hlm
f a raco mill. Tt proved to boa
Tlii;e mill, nnd instoad of meal
ounu mc siieams 01 po.vuuruu
f jvjion ondou hcardofitkis ho was
ieRibly'oiiviouli-nhd finally ono night
ho Micceedod in stealing tho mill and,
takliTflt'to'hlFbwn" libu6o, attempted
to grind putqoajo -goldifor himself.
Ho guund nntl ground for ti long time,
but l'fi gold canio, and In h's rago tho
wlckfd Kendon broko tho 'mill in
plecrt and bulned it.
N(v Chlzokl was poor iudoed, alul
in cntln" about lor somothiiipr to do
connived tho idea that th;virtuo3 of
Ills J ttlo uog mlgiit still romain in me
nslus of ilio riee-mUl. To test ibis
ho ihtherol a handful of them nnd
senlored thoui about tlio roots of a
dead cherry t'eo. which Immodlatoly
bogfn to put on loaves, blossoms anu
A great piiuco pnsslusr saw this
mjrji'Jle, and knowing that it could
only havo beon accomplished by a
very cood man, loaded CliJzokl with
ho.iors and rie'.ies, and mado him his
piiiicipnl advisor atcou 't.
This of coi'rso arousod tho b'ttor
joalouslj' of. Koudon, and gatiioring
a 'nrgo basnet fill of tho ricc-mlll
abbes, ho ol'm jod witli it into a dead
trco ho now thopv'uco would pass on
a certain day. Just as tho brill'ant
lotinuo roaclied tho treo Kendon scat
torod'his ashes among its branches.
They at once broko oir and let him
fall to tho giound, whoro ho was
soundly beaten by tbo prineo; whoso
oyes were filled with tho flying ashes
and who was greatly enraged at tho
hi) nposed insult just oll'orcd him.
Thus In Japan, as eisownoro, you
seo wiokednoss and goodness aro both
rowardqd as they dosorvo.
Ling iforct could havo done be
;wWrftWu5ff. For the first
UGW,fet;)apeT;mcn nro to no allow
1 nfceompuny tho Hoot nnd witness
.in.iA,it.if?l un. lnf 11m mini ..,-
lumiuuuiibj DU V.tU ,, V tllf.J is l
eiuea orwiut tno experiment ro
11W v Amounts to f Tho reports, how-
mr, win we, 1:
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J. B. Gilmer & Co
Tho Porfooted Phonograph.
In my article ten years ago, I enum
crated among the uses to which the J
phonograph would be applied : I.
Letter writing and all kinds of dicta
tion without the aid of a stenograph
er. 2. Phonographic, .books which
wouid speak to Wind people without
effort oh thcir"part. 3.' The teach
ing of elocution; 4. Reproduction
of music. 5. The Family Record"
a registry of sayings, reminiscences,
etc., by members of a fathilyj in their
own voices, and, of the last words of
dying persons. 6. Music boxes and
toys. J. Clocks that should an
nounce in articulate speech the time
for going home, going -to meals, etc.
8. The preservation of language, by
exact reproduction of the manner of
pronouncing. 9. Educational pur
poses : suchAas preserving the expla
nationslmade by a teacher, so that the
pupil ran refer Ho them at any mo
ment, and spelling or other lessons
placed upon the phonograph for con
venience in committing to memory.
10. Connection 'with the telephone,
so as to make that invention an aux-
ilirrry in the transmission af prcm
nent and invaluable records, instead
of being the recipient of momentary
and fleeting rommunications.
Every one of these uses the perfect
cd.phonograph is now 'really to.carjy
out. I may add that, thtough the fa-"
cility with which it stores up and re
produced music of all 'sorts, or whist
ling and recitations, it can be employ
ed to furnish constant amusement to
invalids, ortb social assemblies, at re
ceptions, dinners, etc. Anv one sit
ting in his room alone may order an
assorted supply of wax cylinders in
scribed with songs, poems, piano or
violin music, short stones, anecdotes,
or dialect pieces, and, by putting them
on his phonograph, ha cap listen to
them as originallyrsung or recited by
authors, vocalists and actors, ct elo
cutionists. The variety of entertain
ments lie, fbus commands, at trifling
expense and without moving from his
chair, is practically unlimited. Music
by a band, in fact whole operas, can
be stored Up on the cylinders, and the
voice of Patti singing in England can
thus be heard again on this side the
ocean, or preserved for future genera
For the present it has been decided
to make all the phonographs of uni
form size ; so that a record can be
put upon the machine in New York
may be placed on another machine of
the same pattern in China, and speak
exactly as it was spoken to on this
continent. Each wax blank will re
ceive from 800 to 1,000 words; arid
of course several blanks may be used
for one document, if needed. This
unifoim size and' pattern make the
thing perfectly practicable in offices
which have business connections all
over the globe. My private secretary
to-day speaks all letters into a phono
graph, from which they are taken off
by a type-writer or ordinary long-hand
writer, with an immense saving of
time and trouble. Persons having a
large correspondence can talk all their,
letters into the phonograph in a very
short time, and leave them to be In
tended to and copied by an assistant,
without the delay involved in steno
graphy or the trouble of going over
and correcting the copyist's work,
which is almost inevitable under the
conditions of dictation now prevail
ing. In fact, the phonograph will do,
and does at this moment accomplish,
the same thing in respect of conversa
tion which instantaeous photography
does for moving objects ; that is, it
will present whatever it records with
a minuie accuracy unattained by any
It must be borne in mind that I am
not talking now of things which may
be made possible in the iuturc. I did
myjpiedicting ten years ago; and the
functions above mentioned are those
which the "present perfected phono
graph fs able to fulfill at this moment.
To use the phonograph 0 little instruc
tion and practice are needed, but
much less than the type-writer requires
and hardly more than the training
needed for a sewing machine.
Thomas A. Edison, in North Ameri
TKe Direct Route
St. Lonis, Arkansas &
"Cotton Belt Route."
r "? r k
f , Colorado,
The Jfcw Mnnilarit Gnlitft
Arkansas and Texas,
Via CAIRO to
Look Out For Our Bargains-
The Direct lloute to All
Points in tlio North v
S WEBB 1
wZ-j3 yf v" gjfiLi
I'ullmnn I'alico Hotel Cars lire run
hi t ecu St. Louis anil San Antonio.
ilaScilnlln, ilnlly. All trains nrrlu
and ilojiart from tliu Graml Union
Dopol at St. I.ouIb, tliureuy assuring
passengers speujy coniiectlimu.
Connecting In I nlon Dip h Mt)
through trolns lor nil poln'4 li
Ohio, and all Points
Fast Time ! Snuerior Accomme-
Don't buy a ticket fo- any
point until yoti have consult
ed tlio Agent of tho .St. Louis,
Arkansas and Texas luillway.
TIU.VIS JONES, ',
Gonenil I'aasonger AtfOiit,
it. Lout (1
Ass't Clon'l Pudt. Agent, -r. Louw
Polite Attention, Prompt Delivery.
All Kinds Fresh Meat
ba 1; (ptj back twenty-four
llei that the oiiomy may
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