The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 254, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 10, 1893 Page: 4 of 8
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THE WACO NEWS
'The Bev val a: the Fifth Street
The intent in the meeting is
T.ia.r.' i- d dest.t:L.ng a. the
fine. Ls. r. ict a vast crt-grega-t
en S:5-:'.- . at the thur.h to
i. -tea to o-e .:' the most ttr..i:i
sermoi irea.Lea :a this e.ty for
2 337 3 dST. Tie tftlt W3- What
'ball the end be of ih::j tnat - j
sot the go-pel cf '.i'' Tne
speaW ujfii that t.e primrose
path of iee end; nat on a ned of
rcse- bat the ho; fi acting of in-
fTi3'. torture. Iiiiani:n3ted nose?
and slee saln-ioas soundrel got 3
"agging th3t ought to do thrn
'good h:n tj8 str.pjei of the
'.3rai;h and eneer 3nd under-
neath wa seen the ghastly death'-Le-3d.
Mr. L:wry is cle3r oat of i
the oM rat. When he - to gr ib-
bing up eed- he gje- it it with 3
verg;nc-. suDDorn -'nner; were
.us 1 ; to :.' and mar. promised
to enter 40a . better life.
Th:- m?rr.:i' 3t 13 a most 'le
Lgntful -en: e w3s held in the
basemen of tne ehareh. Tne phce
; 3 B-the.. Tne gate- of heaven
v. ere opened. 3ud the s3ints were
tilled ;th th3t j eace which p3ss-
PT' nr t
in. i rnii- l'ooi.-i'i hi: ami
. Llmplil l.ovi trie I orm It En-Inld-
Willi a (cntle Curt'. 11 nil
Imparl to t tie ( Uecl. (Lie llotc-
I nit of lira I til.
W1C0 ii justly proud of the Nata-
trn: matoriux It i- the only nat-
itoruu. in the world that has an
s.rteian well in its docI which flow;
au tne time As the well ovetSows in
the poo. the surplus water is cischarg
ed :rorn an opening in the curbinsr
tnere is 3 constant moourinz
(and ou'pourir.g making the pool a
j running stream This clear and
(beautiiil mLiature like of living.
Sowing water is a feature of the
natatonam ucknewn to any other in
j the word More limpid than a inoun-
I tain brook and 3 balm of health in
1 every drop.
I For ladies only every morning from
1 10 to l'-i o'clock Lari.es and escort:
'Tuesday and Thursday rights.
K i c h '.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE FACT
v. 1 e.c the best lneofJiosieryar.fi Silk ." i t to be found
ci'y on-.i-t:n";f '.OTTON LI-I.K THLE.M 1 and SILK
-tcly ' t I i:ki T.in- Greys and evening shades plain
.': 1 Hibbe ' K" 'jx ..dercd Fancy Open Work tc all of which
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Jul tr 111 1 !'- fast b!ck Lad'Ci Hoat 1 5 c:r.t pair
Hoys u j ick ribbed ies C 3 1-2 " 1
L.tdies pure si.k 1'lack M.ts at 10 " " "'
Ladies (runlet Driving Gloves Si 00 ' " "
LACES AND DRESS TRIMMINGS.
' tn supply anything wanted in this line We only ask an in-
to convince you that the place to buy is at
nvmgsion & Descnberg.
"X1 KC 3E! IT
From Insuran"e C mrnisslontr's
Ratio of ;i.re3;e and deresse in
Tez3; bns'ue: in .- 1 overl-Jl
of some of the le3ding l.fe insurance
comp3nie: ope; ..ing in this state:
ProideLt .Saving- "percent.
New York Lie 20 per cent.
Penn. Mutual Life. P percent.
E-jaitabi- Life " percent.
Travelers' Life -i . per cent
t'riiou Crtral Lilt 2 ;er cent.
Mutual L.fe 1 . per cent
Wi-hingfrn I. fe 1- jjer cent.
I" nion Mutual Life. 9 percent.
Home Mutual L.fe '1 ' per cent.
Mutual Reserve. 5 percent.
Fidelity Mutual 1 2-5 rer cent.
t'. s. Life '. per cent.
Manhattan jf ier cent
Ma3cbuetts ftluttnl 2- p-rcpnt.
From the aljove it w 11 be -een
under the mat ageuipnt of Col. Par.
rott the Prcilent Life hu eclipsed
a'l competitor in the W3y of new
business in Texas. Thi result so
very complimentary to the company
and to Lol. i jrrott is no doub: due
to the able management of Col.
Parrott as well as the sterling
Aorth and e) litable plans of the
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fcniiin wWfi ill 1 JH mJliat JaiVaaBa mJKmt iM abiAtaa
To the c th -ers and members of
Waco Lodge No. 1)0. K. of P.:
1 ou are earnestly requested to as-
-emble at lodge room Thurnlay at
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lb. V. L will exemplify the sef ret
I work of the order. All visiting
j Knights of Pythias are cordially
nviteu to he present.
hi. E. Cammack K R. and S.
C. E. Kii.-.n; C. C.
AND IS FOR SALE
;Y ALL DRUG STORES.
T n. "ST T? XI JE1 JSL.
Sold Under a
The following ernes were dis.
po-ed of in the city court by the
mayor this morning:
Will Owen? sleeping in a public
placeifined i2 .30.
E. B. Rabinson sleeping in a
public place; fined 2.i0.
Mattie Owens disturbing the
peace; lined f.j.
Luther Wright jumping on mov-
ing train; lined -1.
Alfied Uarrollton jumping mov-
ing tr3in; lined 1.
Whether on pleasure bant or bu.;.
ness take on every trip a bottle of
bytujj of Figs as h acts moat plea--autly
and t-fTdctiely on the kidneys
liver anl bowels preventing fevers
headaches 3iid other forms of sick-
ties. For sale in 0 cent and -1
bottles by all leading druggists.
The jeueral passenger 3gent of
the W3uo and Northwestern rail-
road h3s isue the followini: er
Wa. Tes May 4 1- '3.
E -KSl":i" "1.! er no 1.
'I' all ---.ls
R3tes of one anl one-third fare
have been authorized on the certid-
C3te phn for the following meet-
ings: 1. San Antonio. Texa. State
Homeopathic Medic3l A-.-oci3tion.
. Da.la-. Tex3s E
Association May lutu
3. Caldwell Texa-
ference. Mav 14ta.
Z . Waco Texas-V.
Convention May 14th.
j. Galveston Texas Protestant
Episcopal church of Teia- May
ii. San Ma-cos
7. Pari- Tera. W. C. T
Convention. June 2nd. 1;'3.
For the above sell one W3y tiek-
ets to destination or to the proper
junction point giving certificate
receipt on application.
J. E. W. Fikld-
General Pa-enger Agent.
I i3l Suffrage
M. E. Con-
. P. S. C. E.
of We-l Texas
Wmo Tes. Mav 'i lf'..
E ( I'MON "HlJEi: K'i. 'J.
T R 1 As D'S
R3te of one 3nd one-third fjre
is 3uthorid on the cerutkite phn
for the following meeting:
Calvert Texa Robertson Coun-
ty Fair and Stock Association Mav
loth 3nd 11th.
For the uli ne sell one way tick-
ets giving certificate on applica-
J. E. W. Fiei.i.s
Geueral Passenger Agent.
CLIMAX OIL For Pain.
CLIMAX PILLS For Biliousness.
CLIMAX BLOOD ELIXIR For all
! The Waverly Hotel.
Opposite The Cotton Bolt passenger
1 depot has the largest litrhtost ard
bc-st furnished reoms in Whco. The
table is supplied with the best the
There is an elegant saloon attached
to the ht.tel presided over by accom-
plished ai d polite mixers cf thp jood
things of .!..
The v is looke i ifter b polite
and attentive clerks both night and
dny i -uby assuring guests of every
uttin 1 11 and guaranteeing them
ai-'ain-t -uissing trains. Hates $1 00
and jl p r day
r".S. C'hris.e.Nso.s Prop.
No more after this month. Now
is your chance last cut made on
Shoes must be closed out by June
1st. St. Louis Shoe Store lib
South Fourth street.
W. C. Gn i.espie Agent.
11 - i i. ...
Mrs. Susan Fearatke of Galveston
desires to sell hor seven room dwell-
ing No. !. north Twelfth street in
Waco Texas. Lot oSxliij feet
Prioo $:jlOu. Terms easy. This is
the cheapest property in Waco.
Call on James I. Moore.
The man who earns a monthly S3l-
ary and pays houae rent has a hard
time to meet his obliguions.
The ni3n who owns his home
saves the rent and thus accumulates
the amount hu saves monthly and
soon become' independent.
You can Jo this try it. seek the
opportunity it will be fyuud. CaII
and see James 1 Moore.
For rheumatism gout and all paiD
uso nothing but Climax Oil.
What You Bhoud Do.
In the spring take Climax Blood
El.xir and get your Vitom in good
.hape for tne sutumei. For sale b
Gets the ldea
bodv 15 P.n.. ..lS!
J .- .uiy
Up is and
Some v. rm dT TW
1. ihere 15 a . m . j .
nr..i nvi ii-H . . ""-isi'l
r Th;;: : '' '
" . j. r-oaslt.J1
nv msii wtif.'i . .. 'u t
7L' i . "V " J: a S! a cujj
ico'joi irusise ir. ri. .-
T J''" Uti
F oe set r ?
in the interc-t . . . . 'S
!! k . 'j"-nyi.iy
."' .""" "" t"- " Stem J
1 "t tli
tna ths uttottii.
superinterj J-nt w
id hand and oa! 1
names were ant j
Glooe." These sa
same time to tach
in Waco and a.-a.
1 ''- Itll
t"e other J
7 ths I
commit tn. lu-t.. w.
mittal tickut. an . t
papers Tn4 New- a
very proper :. ie...t. - do 5j
(.'uuor 01 1 at 1 'av
that this ticket wiu.d .. tcoa-
auu iuai laey w r it 11
All .1. .1. .
.in iticse iu uts Wift ' sen I!
served upon tne pe r
ticket out. Ca.ea u
sin friends of the pres
ent and the pt.-op.fc
judge the men .a
two who cahed
3. Then sevcra. jc'ed
aom iu rescue- ar. annor
in.m .'.. r
.-l.J j. r . .
a-ticu uo lU'J Ii- 3r A a OlO
ao youiavor tne r. jra. s ds:
by the peui .c at the tu .oil'
April 4th' .Men lj arcoti
patronizing the tret- - 00:5
Drought out by the pe -'..- (k
believe in the people '-len's;
not above the pcop. Ma
statu lainy unj .- (jare . for ltd
01 the people. And t est jratri
tlemen who wire th .- called
A L. rrendergast . W.An
J. S McLendt.Q Jas I Moore
J-hnson and 11 T.-cer. the
er s name was nt to tbi. aosouaci
of these men. B u we -iy noi
reply to several hundred mi
have callea on us that vv.'X1
support ia:s ucnei in tiiji
beosuse they stand for refo)ai
peop.e ana in all respect b cij
as tne otner list and as a w.ole
better adapted to the poiiiic:
school trustees. Now 1! there ii
"aciamblo or personal pirtiSan:!
then the partisan lntn 1 j'theM
ent suponnten Jent ar. i t csnd
called out by his a'tr j- anl
lor by him are to b3irK ' And
beg to get in on our r f .rm tick:
is bad taste anl cut of -a
. ote fa!
1. If you want ret" rm
who favor refjrm
2. The uartisan a-ist irati.
would like now to still furthers;
the water by setting and-
among the reform school ticket.
Thank vou gentlemen w doa't
you you called yourselves thepei
called the reform ticket. e
combine. We can't miv
3. Yes Judge West had the rip
get out a ticket pleas n to nut.
All attorneys like to do all tbsj
for their ohents1 Sre"ially oi!
has been in the habit for fours
of naming the scl 0 . coma"
The neonle leet the ilea ' all
1 The Waco Tradiuc 1 0. isfl
favor of anv ODDressor no
whether that oppress r ue g
woman s or nuns 0. thing
oppressor is a tvrant We hi"
use for tvrants.
5 Wo ask the neui. of Wis
to j ldge the supsr nt a dent
free schools by the u. " who uaU
championed her raj-e. Tu
l! li'van r.iAl nnl.AT ID I'
annroveis of all we I 8ia.
our free schools But
head and foot and ar
"funeral" to sav mu !
vou like to be th J5 r a
of about forty la J t
Are their lives ani
valuable to us an i ' 1
T. The Waoo 1
always with the peo .
for one esampie w
S. Ladies plea-
reward vvriteups th - '
A TKia InHif nt a
reform" iu our sen ' J
that tho aoo Trd 5 j Co is1';'
a KZ 0
..i ic JOS' '
and only pluee in rtra.
can furnisa vour h e fros
to parlor. J. W 1! "I
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 254, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 10, 1893, newspaper, May 10, 1893; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114876/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .