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Waco, Tkxas, Septkmhku S, 18S8.
Joseph Pulitzer, who went abroad
under the care of his physician, is
now in London. His sight has not
yet been restored, and, it is said, is
mot likely to be.
Mr. Blaine has done good, what
ever he may have meant. His de
fense of trusts has alarmed the whole
country, and drawn more attention to
these dangerous combinations than
they ever before received. Louisville
Judge Thurman, says the Boston
'Globe, is sure the Democrats will car
ry both Indiana and Michigan. And
Judge Thurman, besides being the
noblest Roman of them all, is an old
A little son of D. E. Huntsberger,
Lyons, Neb., has a live frog in his
stomach, and all efforts to expel it have
been unsuccessful. The boy was
holding the frog in his hand before his
open mouth, when the frog quickly
leaped down his throat.
John J, Corneilson, of Kentucky,
who assaulted a supreme court judge
ot tnat State a few years ago, and who
has been constructively in prison ever
since, has just had issued in his case
the tenth writ of habeas corpus.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer says,
we believe that Cleveland and Thur
jnan will be elected. They will carry
canied by Cleveland and
Hendricks, in 1884, and have more
than even chances in Michigan, Cal
ifornia, Nevada, with fair prospects of
Minnesota. And Ohio is not a cer
tain state for Ben Harrison by any
The Birmingham Age says the Re
publican papers are doing a great deal
of talk now-a-days about the assess
ment of government employes for
campaign purposses. We used to
talk just the same way when the Re
publicans were in power. The truth
is, we don't believe either party cares
a continental about the civil service
In New York on Sunday last a most
curious and interesting ceremony took
place in the chapel of the Institute
for Deaf Mutes, in East Fourteenth
street, where Archbishop Corrigan ad
ministered confirmation to twenty of
the inmates. The ceremonr w con
ducted entirely in the sign language.
Afterward one of the mutes made an
address Dy signs to the archbishop,
which the rector of the mission, Rev.
Fathor Belinger, translated vocally.
Gov. Oglesby, of Illinois, has issued
a proclamation prohibiting the impor
tation of cattle into the State of Illinois
fiom the following localities and ter
ritory, from the 1st day of March to
the 1 st day of November of each
Tear: All of the Indian Territory;
that portion of the State of Texas lying
south and east of Palmer, Castro,
Swisher, Brisco, Hall, Childress and
Greer countries: the States of Arkan
sas, Louisiana, Tennessee, North
Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama,
Georgia, South Carolina and Florida.
Trincess Letitia Bonaparte has been
calculating the odd relationships which
she will enter into upon marrying her
uncle, the Duke of Aosta, in a few
days. She will be at the same time
daughter and sister-in-law of her own
mother, niece and sister-in-law of the
King of Italy and cousin and mother-in-law
of the duke's children by his
former marriage. She will also be the
aunt of Princess Amelia d'Orleans,
the present Duchess of Braganza.
The duke is not far behind, tor he will
become son-in-law of his sister and of
his brother-in-law, also brother-in-law
of his nephews and nephew of his
jrother and of his sister.
OOL. JONES A CANDIDATE.
Authorltntlyo Announoomont. Ho
Will Run forOongroBB.
Speculation has been rite for many
days past in regard to the possible
candidacy of Col. E. A. Jones for
congress from the 9th Congressional
District 011 an Independent ticket. The
News is enabled to say this afternoon
that Col. Jones is such a candidate,
and will make the race as an Inde
pendent against Hon. Roger Q. Mills.
Col. Jones has had the matter, which
has been pressed upon him by the op
position in all parts of the district,
under advisement for some days. The
pressure has been so great that he
could not lesist it, and he has decided
to enter the political arena, in de
ference to a demand from the opposi
tion to Mills, a demand singularly
unanimous. If an Independent is to
run, as has been almost a foregone
conclusion for many months, Waco,
without regard to political sentiment,
must feel gratified that the opposition
in the eight counties composing the
district have centered on a Waco man
for a contest which would seem utter
ly hopeless without a man of extra
ordinary strength to make the race.
It is a compliment alike to the man
and to the city.
As to the nature ofhe contest it
may be said that the majority in tvora
of Mr. Mills was over 7000 at the last
election when the fiercest opposition
was arraigned for his defeat and as to
the possibility of overcoming that ma
jority, there is a field for full specula
tion afforded the opposition. As to
Col. Jones himself, he is a man of
most eminent ability, and in character
sans peur et sans itproche, and will
crystalize the opposition to a man.
The Maine election takes place on
Monday next the 10th instant. Wil
liam L. Putman is the Democratic
candtdate for Governor and E. C.
Burleigh the Republican. It is said
that Chairman Joseph Manley, of the
Republican committee, a noted mana
ger, is working harder than in 1884,
when Blaine was running for Presi
dent. In 18S4, Robie, the Republi
can candidate for Governor, received
a plurality of over 19,000 votes, and,
of course, if the Republican plurality
on Monday falls short of these figures
a practical victory must be conceded
to the Democrats.
Won't Back Tbelr Own Mistaken.
Austin, Sept. 7. The status of the
capitol matter, as a reception board
having rejected the building, the mat
t" goes before the old capital board,
which includes Attorney-General
Hogg. No arrangements with the con
tractors can be made. Attorney-Gen-eral
Hogg to-day showed to the re
porters specimens of veneering in the
woodwork of the new capitol and
from what Hoeg said he does not in
?nd that any defective work shall be
palmed off on the people of Texas if
he can help it. In the meantime the
capitol syndicate have patents and full
titles to the 2,700,000 acres of the
3,000,000 granted them on completion
of the building.
Wreck nt Colsiiimi Junction.
Temple, Sept. 7. As a locomotive
guided by Engineer Stroble, of Tem
ple, and pulling a freight train, ap
proached Coleman Junction, on the
western branch of the Santa Fe, at a
late hour last night, it ran into an
open switch, which caused the loco
motive to leave the track an turn over
in the ditch. Engineer Stroble was
caught under the engine, where he was
imprisoned for three hours before he
could be rescued. He had a thigh
broken and sustained other injuries
that are regarded as serious: He was
carrried through here to the hospital
at Galveston on this afternoon's ex
press. Kill hi Wire ami two children.
Indianapolis, Sept. 7. Near Col
umbus, Ind to-night, James Ford, a
farmer, while suffering from delirium
caused by fever, sprang from his bed
and made an attack upon his wife and
two children. He seized a chair and
killed the youngest child, a babe, and
fatally injured his wife; and his io
year old son was so badly injured
that he will die. It required two
men to manacle the delirious man.
Dallas, Sept. 7. The preliminary
trial of Ste.-e Melton, charged with the
abduction of Laura Tate, a farmer's
daughter, was brought to an end to
nignt. Melton was admitted to bond
in the sum of $200.
TE NBVBR FORGET
OUR FRIENDS --"CUSTOMERS
AND IN ORDER THAT THEY
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EVER OFFERED IN THE
I II I Bed room suits, prices from $15.00 to $5,00. II II I
s 40 BOOK CBSES FROM 510.00 TD S75.DD f) ho
I25 SIDE BOARDS FROM $12.50 TO $250.00.1
ioo Wardrobes from $8 to $150. 100 Bedsteads from $2 to $25.
Hfifi AND RATAN CHAIRS,lx mfl
VViMfcOM &SS.SZO TO 4$lS.OO IVfV
150 LEATHER AND PLUSH CHAIRS AT PRICES
TO SUITTHE BUYER.
25 FOLDING BEDS FROM $18 TO $150. IOOO SOFA LOUNGES FROM
$6 TO $50. 25 HALL RACKS FROM $7 TO $50.
500 FANCY AND PLAIN TABLES,
Of every description, and in fact a full line of everything that is car
ried in a fitst-class furniture store, too numerous to mention.
Lai Stat Hi R1111111 mill Kiitta Mr
WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Pictures, PiGture Frames and Moulding. Frames Made to Order
IN ADDITION TO THIS WE HAVE AN
o Extensive Mattress Factory,
Where we make all kiwis of Mattresses, and do upholstering in the
Best of Style. Our upholsterer nas twenty years expe
rience and stands second to none.
THE AB0UE INDUCEMENTS we often fan the NEXT FORTY DAYS,
TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR
KMammoth Fall Stock.
Which our Mr. Peck has Just Purchased
in the Eastern Markets.
WE CARRY A EULL LINE OP COFFINS, FROM THE CHEAPEST TO THE BEST.
Also a Une o! Cloth Covered Caskets, Metaltc Cases, and a full line of Robes for Gents! Ladles and Children, Arterial Embalming a Specialty
PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
"Waco Furniture Co.
MAY REALIZE THE FACT WE
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