The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 259, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 16, 1893 Page: 1 of 8
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WACO TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 16 1893.
bn Cents Her IViontb.
V W P
Great Alteration Sale !
lland Window Shades complete
Mi Class Opaque Window Shades. Choice FC
Dadoes complete with Spring
Lt (. urtain Poles Brass Trimmed
i pair oi iNotungnam l.ace curtains worm mSZ9
$i 00 at
i pair of Nottingham Lace Curtains worth 355
i pair of Nottingham Lace Curtains worth qi (f
ened! A FULL
)ened! ) LINE OF
Irices Lower than ever Stock
Attend Our Great Special Millinery Sale!
A GHASTLY FIND.
onnle Body of Pallister the Es-
AE60c!nUill're6b to Tim News.
'iNi. Sin.. N. . May
1 0 A
teritfcy as found in the Hudson river
Sing Sing this morning anil has
fcn identified by S'ate Detective 1
ikson and Principal Keener Con-
pghton of the prison as that of
Ulster the uiuraerer 01 rolice-
in Kane. The body was very
pch doi'.omnnsed. A hunch of
ftfi found in his clothes were iden.
jfji!d by Mr. Connaughton as thOBe
eciAen from the guards by Pallister
j JMfr H oehl at the time of their es-
. iRie from the death house of the
ison marly a moDth ago. The
dv was found in the river bv two
hernien and brought to the Sine
Sag dock. The coroner will hold
fmqaest this morning.
Tun body was taken out of th.e
pter and placed in the death house
p. A thorough investigation
P8 made and a bullet hole was
llnd under the left hvp. It is kiiii.
M that Roehl shot Pallister and
'en committed suicide.
ho London Stock Exchanee.
' Aucctatcd Press to The News.
LONDON. Mv 1 It An unnaUlarl
iB"1D!' was pvinnnl nn thn ntnnlr
Chance to-dav. and urines wbtb
jer notably for American seonri-
168. There is miinh ATniteinnnt.
mnu tn lD.n n: .!.... r
7 o uca.j cuuiug urutia iiuiu
.We continent. Hodtrjon & Sons.
"Osers well Itnnwn fnr thirtv
WapaBt in their line of business
"' iaued. Another small failure
18 a on - . . ...
vi i uuwunoeo. At midday
7Xl t0ne.was calmer and there was
iM 'cHulll0n tO await Hovnlnnmontu
gnpanied by a feeling of general
irn j 7 aieinclination to enter
TOO Qea lncra I..- A
1Eecuritiesare very flat.
8Wib7for The Nwb.
with Spring fC
Rollers at C"tlS
Larger the whole line now on
Rejoice Over the Recent Su-
preme Court Decision.
Ity AM-oolatod Press to Tho Nhwb.
S-v.s Fkanuiio M3y 10. A
thousand or more people assembled
at Thirdfand Markot streets last
night to celebrate the delivery of
the anti-Chinese decision. The
chief addresses were by the :mti-
Chinese agitators Dr. C. C. O'Don-
nell and Dennis lvoarnej but
neither speaker succeeded in arous-
ing a high degree of enthusiasm.
It was decided to hold a procession
next Saturday night and the presi-
dents of all labor unions were
named as a committee of arrange-
ments. A Steamship in Distress
lly Associate! Press to 1 liu News
(Jushki May lo The German
line steamship Wandrahm from
Hamburg is ashore on Apple Island
and is leaking bad). The captain
has wired for assistance. Apple
hland is s'Uy-nine miles below
Quebec. The Wandrahm is in a
critical position but help has been
sent and her passengers are safe.
Opposed to Sunday Oponing
By Assoclati-d I'rmi to The News.
Ni:v York May 10. The olli-
cers of the American Sabbath Un-
ion which claims to represent
twenty million of Christinas have
tclegraphbd to President Cleveland
requesting him to take steps to pre-
vent the proposed opening of the
World's Fair on Sunday.
Another Bank Failure
By Associated 1'rnsi to 'I ho .Nuws
London May It; The failure
was announced this morning of the
City of Melbourne Bank limited.
The London manager of the concern
iB Edward Rouse and its otlices are
at 117 Bishop Gate street within
DEATH BY HANGING
Geo. H. Abbott Alias
Frank C. Almy
A BRUTAL MURDERER
Is Strangled In a Most
Brief Sketch of the Life of the
Uy Aesoclnttfd I'teni to lhu Newe.
C'o.NCOUi) N. 11. May In.- (5ao.
11. Abbott alias Frank C. Almy
was hanged here today at 10:1 1 a.
na. for the murder of Christie
AVarden at Hanover on the night of
July 17 181)1. The execution was
a bungling job. His feet touched
the 11 ior when ho went through the
drop and he was strangled to deatb.
Almy or rathor Abbott although
only thirty-five years old was one
of tne most remarkable criminals
ever known although the son of
the proud and wealthy manufac-
turer Harris Abbott of Abbott's
Mill near Silem Mass. and equal-
ly well connected on his mother's
side who died three days after his
He began his criminal career by
stealing from his school companions
at the early 3ge of ton yeaTs. From
thui until seventeen ytars i.id he
pnmmitted many crimes finally he-
ii3 sentenced lor four year- to the
penitentiary for burglary. This
broke his lather's heart and drove
him to a suicide's grave.
He h:a spent ten of the past
eighteen years in Htate's prisons
finally escaping from the Vermont
penitentiary were he was serving
fifteen years '17. lie undoubted-
ly went south where he worked for
a ranchman in Tex is as an engineer
in Georgia and as an oyster man
on the boats at Baltimore and in
the spring of 19 he turned north-
ward. lie applied for work at the farm
of Andrew Warden of Hanover
under hi shpuiiiiI name of Fiauk
C. Almy where ho remained until
a short time before the murder of
Christie Warden whom he brutally
murdered before her mother's and
sinter's eyes because she refused to
THE EXCLUSION ACT.
Decision of the Supreme Court
By AB6oclatt'd 1'rets to lliu Nuw.
Njju York Ma) 10 - China
town accepts the decision ol the su-
preme court on the great law glum-
ly but expects that something will
turn up to prevent wholesale depor-
tation. Lee Wall who was one of
the agitators of the Chinese oijual
rights league and who is an agent
for the Pacific mail and Southern
Pacific railroads said last night:
(I think the secretary of the treas-
ury if he has the power Bhould
extend the time foj registration as
the majority wish to comply with
the law. They have not done so
before through being misled
By Aesoclnted Prese tn the Newi.
Nev York May lo. La.ird
Freres will -dup 1 000000 in gold
on the steamship Mijestie .sailing
for Europe tomorrow.
Thk News prints the associated
press telegrams twolvo hours ahead of
any paper in Waoo
novelty in fine chip htraw in all colors. Regular price if I 75 for this
week while thy last we will sell these elegant dress shape at 75 cents.
1 1 1 South Fourth St. ALDERMAN & NATHAN .
The ALASKA the LEONARD and the
BELDING are not in it.
You miss a good thing if you fail to see ours
Leave your order for !SOI!IBEIIi3ISJ'
IDCDMCXtrtS with us. We have arrange-
ments with a first class carpenter to put all our
work in complete.
Breustedt & Harrison.
Another Lynching in Indiana.
By Aaioclntuil I'm to llio Nciu.
Indianapolis Ink. May 10 -At
') o'clock this morning a mob
presumably the same one that lynch-
ed John Turley at Bedford yester-
d:iy went to Brownstowr near
Seymour and look Lou Trenok
who shot and killed Henry Feadler
a week 3go from the j ill and lynch-
By Associated I'rosB to tin. Suvt
Washington May 10 Fore-
cast till 1 p. tn. Wedenday: For
Alabama fair cooler Wednesday
morning north winds. For Missis-
sippi Louisiana and Eastern Tox.'ih
slightly cooler Wednesday morning.
For Arkansas arid Northwestern
Texas fail slighth warmer winds
becoming north or cast.
Death by Cholora.
Hy Afsidiitnl I'runi to 'I hi- Ntuh
Hamul'i.'i.. May 10 Cons. dura
bio (jxoitemunt has been ctused here
b) thetlliiiial announcement that a
laboror had diod of Asiatic cholora
at Schillluck near hamburg.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYEB
if Bourbon Ind lajBi "Both my
elf nd wife owe our lirei to SHI-
LOH'8 CONSUMPTION CURE."
For mo by WillUmion Drag oon
You can buy sood lots well located
from Kirkpntrick lor about one-hall
what you would have to pay for other
lota no more dusirably locate J.
After taking one botde of Climax
Blood Klixor you are not benefitted
and fcol better return tho carton and
bottlo and jet jour $1 00 buck. We
know it will do you ood.it acts on the
liver and blood renovates the whole
system. For halo bv all druggists.
FOR DYSPk-PSIA and Liter Com.
! plaint jon have a printed guarantee
n every bottle of Shiloh'a Vitallxer.
It never falli to cure. Jfr tut by
Williamion Drag company.
A Proposltlon.to You.
After using Climax Oil for any pain
if it docs not give perfect satisfaction
return the bottle aud you o?.n get
your money baok We know what it
will do. Uon't try any other. Sold
by all druggists.
J-4? Now is your chance to seoure a nice hat for a
email sum. We have too many fine straws on hand
3tid have just received six dozen ELECTRA the latest
IN THIS CITY.
Condition of Principal Markets
of tho World.
By AsuiKjtnlcil ITobh lo ttiu Nnwn.
Nks Ori.kans: May 10. Glon-
ny it Co. cay: Liverpool at L' p. in.
was i! ti 1 lowor but only closed
partially I (il lower that yesterday.
Now Yotk opened three points
lowor advanced eight points and at
1:10 was live points higher than
Nuw Orleans opuucd three points
lower but in sympathy with tho
better closing of Liverpool and tho
advance in Now York advanced
ion points ifucame easier and at
12 10 was abnvo yesterday.
Our New ork telegrams say tho
advance was on account of the sec-
ond cievasse near Inke Port. This
was know n here early this morning
but not thought mi.ch of. As tho
wator will take tho name course as
the present crevasse and tho predic-
tions aro tod-iy that the upper river
is t pouted to fall.
M)ois steady uooa miauling 7 (
middling 71; low
Su'es ir.00 l.ii'.s.
V ir additional
tologrami seo third
pays for 'I hk Nuwh
VERY SPFCIAL PRICKS
FOR THIS WEEK.
LADIES' FINK BUTTON
SHOES it 1.7."j all around.
Wo offer :ii!7 pairs camples
from Cosgrovo & Co. We sold
them last year valued from
i't.uO to 3. 00 -your option at
il.75 Sizes 1 to I only.
FirHt Shoes At iio otB. Sell
FOR BABY everywhere at
.00c. and 7.rm.
Little "Crocus" At SO ots Rig-
Soft Soles. ular prices 75o
A Big Shipmont of Infant's
Misses' and Children's Low
Shoes all tho Newest Styles.
WATCH FOR SHOE
US f BARGAINS.
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 259, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 16, 1893, newspaper, May 16, 1893; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114881/m1/1/: accessed April 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .