The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 261, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 18, 1893 Page: 1 of 8
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WACO TEXAS THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY Is 1893.
5P Cents Per Month
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Great Alteration Sale !
and Window shades complete with Spring
Rollers at . .
i Cla. Opaque Window Shades. Choice
Dadoes complete with Spring Rollers at
btliirtain l'oles Brass Trimmed
pair oi iNottmgnam
Lace Curtains worth
$ I oo at
pair of Nottingham
Lace Curtains woith
$i.?; at . .
pair Di Nottmgnam
$i 3 at .
faces Lower than
AAtend Our Great Special Millinery Sale!
PLAYED A LONE HAND.
Solitary Highwayman Holds
Up a Texas and Pacific
Ul to '1 lie Nt'wi).
J01.0KAH0 Miy is.- At Kent a .
1 C afltiou 3: mileH west of Toy ah the
' " H -w ... . " . I
lias and Pacific eastbound train
is held up about 10 o'clock last
Too pff11 y a robber who got 0 1.SO
' JMcurrency two express packages
; 5Plntaining 210 two checks for
''40fji4"").10 and a small sum taken
' IopjTho train robber who was mask-
'40f forced the engineer and fireman
.25 pcfltbe point of a revolver to enter
00 p8 machos. There was $l."iihO in
3P3Beex'resH car' )Ut le ainounl
- BVen .lllftvu U7ih nil tlmt Mm InVnn
money taken was remittances
om station agents.
ibe robber looked like a cowboy
4 went about his business with
pnarkable noive and coolness.
V AocUi((l Press to The News.
AE YiWK. Alav Is Hnnrv
rulard aulVinriyps tho Rl.itoiiiHnt
Fton Aliirnh 1st. ls9:l. h sent tn
President Oakes his resignation as 1
Rector; that by being urged by 1
Jes. Villnnl riniaiiiAil tn Viol i
'ati the tloating debt; that he
ia not remain in the board
ger than his present term which
ends next Octob
"otiated Presi- to The Kewc
'Asiiini.tov. Mav In The
President made the following ap
PMntraentg today To be consuls
Mhe United StatBR. M. M. Cnilm.
1 auBas at Winnipeg; George
Jrton of Illinois at Athens
JJm; Frank H. Brooks of Illi-
"0I8. at Trieste.
e for Tub Newi.
Larger the whole line now on
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.
Bank of England Advances the
Rate of Discount.
Ily ABKOclatt'il Press to The Nbwh
London May 1. At the open-
i"g of the stock exohange this mor
mug. the market was steady in con
sequence of better feoling abroad.
Liquidation!! are still in progress.
Grand truukVrf Canada consols are
improved butC'inada Pacifio shares
are Hit. The expected u-Ivance of
tho Bank of England's rate of dis-
count was made today. At the
regular court or meeting of the
directors of the bank today it was
decided to further advance the rate
one-half per cent to four per cent.
On Thursday last the rate was ad-
vanced from three to three and one-
half per cent lhe rate established
today is the thu highest tnat nas
prevailed ior a consiaerauie umu.
The discount ra'e in open market is
also four per cent.
Special to The New
Bida Pesiii May c The
Hungarian national convontion bsn
pivon its suouort 3iid indorsement
to arrangements for an exhibition
in 10(5 intended to celebrate the
nn thousandth anniversary of the
foundation of the Hungarian mon-
1 The Weather.
1 By Asxoclaleil Press to tlioNewe.
Wabiiinhton May 18 For
Florida and Alabama fair slightly
! warmer winds becoming ariable.
i For Mississippi Louisiana and
1 Eastern Texas warmer in the inte-
rior winds becoming southerly.
For Arkaneai and the Indian ler-
ritory fair warmer northerly
ninds fair and warmer during the
day Friday cooler Friday night or!
Saturday mornincr south winds be
j coining northwest! ily.
It is Seized by the Turkish
Well ns a Book of Poems
for Alleged Immorality.
Uy Associated I'rcBt to rho Kcur.
London Kng. May Is. Ad-
vices from Constantinople regard-
ing the -ei.ure of Harper's Maga-
zine by the Tuikmh government
on account of the alleged immoral-
it ol its contents state that the
suv ure was not as at first reported
haeause tho book contained pooms
by Sohlegi 1 but was probably due
to an article on Karopean armies
and tho political situaion which
would not be considered ol j etiona
ble anywhere outside of Turkey.
The eei.uro of Sohlegel's pooms
was made separately and both ac-
tions were explained cs having
been taken in tho interost of mor-
ality Tne mago.ino and pooms
were tho proporty of an Englishman
residing in Constantinople. They
were stopped and con fin-a ted by
Turkish customs oiliuials pre-
sumably on tho advico of tho
UNITED DRESSED BEEF CO.
New Corporation to Compote
With Western Companies.
Uy A hoc luted Proas to TIioXpwn.
New Yohk May is - A large
corporation under tho name of tho
United Dressed Beef company has
been recently organized by New
York morchants for tho purpose of
making themselves better able to
compete with tho largo wostern con-
corns which have hitherto practi
cally controlled tho beef industry of
the country. Tho now enterprise
which has ample linancial backing
will be controlled by the following
named gentlemen: President Isaac
Bluruenthal; vice president Adolph
Brelmuth; treasurer L. Samuelp;
secretary Lewis A. London. The
company will tako possession of its
now abbattoir which is now being
completed here about Juno 1st.
The Directors Say They will
Resumo in Three Days
By ABicclated Prcea to The Nows.
Ciikaoo May in.--The Evans-
town National bank of Evanstowu
111. closed its doors this morn-
ing. The capital stock of tho
bank is f 100000. It did business
with the Chemical National bank.
National B3nk Pxaminor Caldwell
says: "I found thai tho accounts
were in such shape that I would
have to take at loast tiieo d tys
to get at the bottom of things and
when tho directors met last tun
ing 1 suggested that the bank be
closed and this was done." The
directors announce tliat they will
resume in three days.
Ity A8i"oclnlei) PrPBS to The Newi.
Ni: Oumcans May 18. Glonny
it Co. say Liverpool spotH are un-
changed. SaleB 10000 bales. De
mand moderate; prices steadier.
Futures closed at yesterday's prices.
New York at 1 p. m. was I
Ne' Orleans opened 5 to f! points
up; remained steady during the
noon hours but noon lost most of
the advance. At -J-2: the market
was vejy quiet. July selling at
Subscribe for The News. It is only
50c a month.
small sum. We
novelty in fine chip straw in all colors. Regular price 1
wek while they last we will sell
Ill South Fourth St.
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY.
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 jEgfTFE TRnRTTXr
DOORS with us. We have arrange-
ments with a first class carpenter to put all our
work in complete.
Of West Virginia Preparing a
Now Tariff Bill.
ily Asfoslalwl Pi-uip to The News
Nkw Vouk Mjy IK A Wash-
ington special say-: Represen'a'.ivo
Wiluor of West Virgin a assisted
by au able corps ol experts and
amateurs is said lo lie at work on
a tarill bill which inspected to be
reaiiy tor premutation wnun con-
greHS meets. It is rt ported that
this bill will bo nearer to tho lino of
the Chicago platform than any othoi
bill now in preparation and will
como in with much organized back.
A Tammany Man Appointed.
Ily Abpoclati'd l'ruft to '1 tin Nowb
Nkw Ykk May 1. .John
F. Walsh a well known Bhip
carpenter and strong Tammany man
has received ollicial notico from
President Cleveland announcing his
appointment as assisUnt inspeoto.
of vessels for this city. This ap
pointment is the lirBt ono (hat Tam-
many has recoivul thus far from
the present ad ninistratioii.
To Incroaso HorSpood.
By AbbucIhUmI l'roi to Tho Now.
L ndon May M Tho propellers
of tho now Canard steamship Cam
pania have been readjusted and the
blades have been fixed al -mother
pitch as suggested l. tho . Dicers in
a cordanco wih their obicn.i'ions I
on tho homo ward vojage. The '
changes aro expected to increapoi
Suit for Foulotto Earnings.
Gai vi:sion .Ma 7 1 Suit was
filed in lhe county court tonay by
M. Siiihul aga'tit L J. Norton and
.1. II. Moran. .Sichol claims 210
duo on jiartnership contract the
amount being based on tho turning'
of the bushier made on the nigul
of .May ii. X jrton says that the
business was roulette and that no
Money Is Easy.
Ni: Yohk M ly 18 - Money on
call easy at lui'-i per cent closed
oHoied at 2. Prime mercantile pa.
per Of-'1-' per cent. Sterling ex-
change firm at LHl.?wtn; for
sixty day bills and 4 ) for de-
mand. your charge to neeuro a nice hat for a
have too many fine straws on hand
have too many
and have just received six dozen ELECTHA the latest
1 5 lor this
these elegant dress shape at 7" cents.
ALDEKMAN & IN A I HAN.
PEATS OP STRENGTH.
A Strong Man Fatally Injured
in Ono ol His Acts.
My AhMOilatoil Preh in Tin Ni'wn
Sakanai- La uk N.YMay Is--Ono
of tho foals of streugi.li per
firmed by Blondir the strong man
traveling with Colo's oirjus which
has been giving exhibitions in this
section was tho holding togothorof
.Wo laiuo hor.sos tbat the attendants
endeavored to lead in opposite di
rections. In this a )t at tho lake
tho placid horses used had boon
lately purchased and were never be-
fore in tho ring. They became
frightened and uarod and plunged
and Blondin in his eH'orls to hold
thorn ruptured blocd vessels of tho
head anil chest. Me fainted from
tho loss of blood anil soon after ho
was carried from the ring ho died.
For additiuiml lulor.niH sou third
SIIILOH'S OURK will immedlaUly
relieve Group Whooping Cough and
Bronohitii. For sale by WilUamM
Til ic Ni.wh prints tho ussociated
prcsb tolfgr-iins tnclvo hours ahead of
any paper in Waco
FRY SI'ECIAL PKICLS
FOR THIS WKICK.
LADIES' FINK BUTTON'
SIKJK3 at 1.7.-. all around.
Wo oil'ur iii'i pairs samples
from Cosgrovu & Co. We sold
them last year valued from
.'j.uO to 3 00- your option at
i 1 . 7 S'zes I to l only.
At -IT) cts. Sell
( everywhere at
'i()c. and 7.ic.
' i At SO ota. Reg
ular prices 7fiu
and .it. 00.
A Big Shipment of Infant's
Misses' and Children's Low
Shoes all tho Newest Stylos.
WATCH I FOR SHOE
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 261, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 18, 1893, newspaper, May 18, 1893; Waco, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114883/m1/1/: accessed December 6, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .