The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 86, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 25, 1893 Page: 2 of 8
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THE EVENING NEWS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 1893.
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Waco Ereama: He
e 41" nil l Urankltn i
t'bUth'T md V'Oprtlor
The News h-t even ns said ' for market ik;'
twentv v?3r-the G o'-'-Dttnocrat of reached for
5'. L 3tii5 ha? ma.'.gnantly defamed
cv' j lb ill SDu'bern." Thi state-
merit oar brotner Mr. M. B Davi-
controverts as follow?:
I deny tbat the Glube-Deraoc-at
"milisnantlv defatne everything
inth?rn." John M. Connor w
1 tre lowe-t uointj
1 T dlVS. T'. 1- IS
mi 3 good ;t t towards veruj.ng
Notes From White Rock.
Whits Ro k Oct. -'in.
T. ii:o: Stn'.Weei y Xwj
hl DiAKS.E-You 3re on the
3 naht track p-lit.ca ly and today had
Xre respectfull requested to renumber that now. U th tlm t.
Order Blank Books for 189
LET THEM ShAbUiNI ukuck liX llMEl
All bills due Thi News orilce for
. i J . . . 4 A - A T1 ji -. V . t . J I " . t .. . t 1
wiTeriisiDF sao-cTif-viwu . "correspondent tor tnat paper ana j vju 3u exnre.on 01 tne prevailing' .. . nl.( nnin Rnnk. with nr uiiim
succeeded bim. Oar wuik cover .entiment nine cat of ten would in. J Q o a hard times we have Reduced PrIces and guaf
most of the past eignt years. He dorse your siherideiS. . antee as fine books at same prices as any man now uses In Waco
liixi uriT' vu 1 iiT i-vnci. t -. w iv 1- uuu; uti n iv" m 2 -fc !
iai. in- Cnton is 3bnut gathered. 3nd is a '
ioric nre payable alone to
J. R. BENNETT
or to his antnorlred .sir-nt.
OSlelal Ors;a.n of tne City of Waco
Mid. 1 rH"n" H"!
Dsii inn t
T1 y jc-
"r HI -l ' J
John Connor carefully obeyed in
structions and so do I. Tne paper
i: friendly to the couth
Ai. 0'jiujnaa.cation: to Insure If onr friends Connor and Davis
prompt attention should oe addressed have th3ped the policy of the Globe-
to Thf NVw- Waco Tex
B!l' hion It Is -xpr-d The New
py mu : De an:nort7(?d by n
order'sijrne-i br J P.. BENNETT.
D-moer-atlc Dallj In Cen
Ti'E Nbw- vAi .t.ied for five
ye3r-to lare mo-n- N-jj. ill
and -1 "nuti E ijl.th -treet be
twef-'i I'ritikhn and Mary in the
Etja- bin k aud mtI'.I on or a'lout
the fir-t of N jvtmber move into
thp b--' (tiuii'ppd ard bfrt arranged
ne's f) af-r otb je ever -pen in Waco.
-rom w aco. poutica' social in- t jtton is 3bnnt
da-'rlal 3nd general and to be three-fonrths crop Tbe corn crop ;
governed by the fa:ts. The G.obe- is short 3nd a.m'nst everybody ba '
Democrat cave me tbe same order? more hoes thaz he can feed.
There is crea: dissatisfaction in '
regard to the i.hool in this com.'
munity (Biun .-fjring'i Webive!
pap. 1- h-u 1 'hTle the RjsSi
community ha- only about 0 and
according to the ruling of the!
-uperiniendent the Ro-s community .
get as math cf the school money as j
we do thereby taking fully one third
of the money aae our communi'v.'
The school houses are not more than
one mile 3pat asd we think that i
the two school; ought to be con-'
-nhd3ted.aad let one teacher be em-1
' that delectable -heet. and it is con- p'oyed and g'e u- a six months'
-' rileatlv believed Uip statement -o school instead of four mocthi.
.; ' t a t k. t-i.; a On the 19th instant Mr. Cnatles
po'Uvely made by Bro. Davis that T .
' J J ...- D. Edwards and Mis Lolu Rock
-inetrioDeueaiocrawsimnuiyio were joined bv the holy bonds -f
the South" will if received at all wedlock the' Rev. Mr. Holmes
be received a- a genuine piece i Nwhotas offi.' atio.
nes-s a regular '"scoop" on the I inv give vou ?ome more dots
. in the future.
Ahole earth. r . .
Continue to pail on the string
rr. . T ta you nov hold 3ud three cheers for
' ' . . our noble old -"na'oR. chard Coke.
RRIMKS . WillACF PRINTING HflllSF.
un"gw w ...--..-- - ..
i ameii u."i anu vi t.i.-i .mini n.jue in tcntralf
Democrat for the past eight years
The News must have been mis-
taken in its statements and mis
understood the rabid utterances
abusing the South 3nd denouncing
Democracy. whi:h have for the
period named filled the columns of
V D.MA.VIIEt.D Pre'l"iit J. D 3EI.L Vc Prea!dnt. IOHS i
The Gity Savipgs
CHARTERED FEB. 12 1892.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $10000
percent interest on deposits Interest
Now offers 6
'Cominerflal Hotel Md' wiiri
of the Cleveland pipers praising
Senator Hill of New Yjrk. Toe Gil.
ve-ton News after having for years
I real unit luirilfWHi u cr I i . I n '.
All l(L'i ad'.t-rtis x rrs Without
'xccpuj.i will be chded for at the ezhausttd its stor of bomba'tic ex
follow nj rates p.tr bCuare (ton line-)
first insertion 75 cenM each subst-
qunnt insertion 50 cents Sis lines
or Icj1- is a half fj iare Seven lints '
and up to ten & -ijuarf- j
Charitable advertisements All en !
tortainrncnts or events of a charitable
nr rnliffiniia nitnrn wVipn arlmiinn
is charred or refreshmc-nts sold" ten lbe m3n who' ln oppising Cleve-
cents per Hue (readme matter) fust I land was merely a dabbler m pea-
insertion five coots for each &ub-e-1 nat politics; 3 political buccaneer;
.jucnt inse.t.un D.splay nnuer 'J n ofiie broker: a herder of the
ccan per moil nrsi insertion .) i .
pletivee in his denouncement say-.
"The chai3cter of the man h3-
never been Enown in congress till
now. He at3nd' out in the clear
light to all men at present as a
Genesis of the Steamboat.
Tne first steainij' a .vas bu.lt by
Denni Panm. who navigated it
safely down the Ful ia as long ago
a- 17'm. Uni'or'uuately this pio-
neer cratt wa dt-troyed by jealoun
-3ilors 3nd evn the very memory
of it was lost for three-ci'iarter- of a
century. In 17 " Parrier another
420 Franklin Street.
Rates $1.00 Per Day
wonderfully brainy man.' This is Frenchman built an experimental
cents caoh subsequent time
Obituaries resolution of respect
or ooadolenoo ton oents per line
c-aon insertion. These rates will not
qe dovinted from.
Cleveland is b'gcjer than the can.
vw of hiH own party.
When Cuukoo Mills refnsei1 to go
into a Democratic caucus but pre-
fers to ally liiniFulf with Fohn
Shernuiti in aerau'ting and destroy-
ing positions be has himself helped
to fortify he becomes a deserter
and should be dhot to political
death at the party drumhead court-
niarl'.al. And he will be.
slum vote; nn oflijial thief and
everything eke that is enormous.
Now tne first time he opens his
mouth on Cleveland's side to advo-
cate the particular steal the Galves-
-'earn vessel at Pa'is. Eight ve3r
later in 173 Jouffroy took up the
ide3 that had been evolved by Pap n
and Perrier and built a steamer
wnich did good service for some
time on the S3une. The first
American to attempt to apply steacn
to navigation was John Fitch a
Connecticut mechanic who made
his initial experiment in the year
17Sa. To what extent Fitch was
wonderfully brainy nun."
ton News and its gang desire indebted to the three lllustrioua
he changes and becomes "a i'renuh inventors named above we
are uui iniormeu uai tint nis
models were original there is not
' " . the least djubt. In the first he em-
The government i preparing to )loytd a large pipe.kettie or
prosecute a man in the northwest j generating the Fteam the motive
who manufactures aluminum tokens ' poAei ueiug -ide paddles worsed
like thoe used here by the Uob-on aft1 ine fashion of oars on a corn-
Street Car line. The charge is j n "wboat. In the second Fuch
. . i craft the S3tne rnodo of propulsion
making things that resemble mone..-- rvintlpH. with thp PvMtmn
Nice Clean Beds. Table Furnished
With the best the Market Affords.
A. P. JONES Propriet
Julius Range of Galveston for-
wnrdtrd one of the demands on oon-
gresH foi the speedy repeal of tbe
purchase clause of the Sherman act.
He i- not even a citizen of the
United States and is known simply
as a "peculator who nude a million
in a Mieee'-sful corner of coffee and
lost t try.ng to corner cotton.
The St. Louis Re-public corres-
pondent who is tbe private secre-
tary of Senator Cuckoo Mill-t of
Capon Springs Va. S3ys that sen
tor used to In- in favor of tbe rights
of the minority but ia now advo.
C3ling tbe rights of the maj arity.
If Mill could not turn hi coat hie
career of political niouutebank
would soon end.
But the came government allows
the banks of the northeastern cities
to issue millions and millions of
clearing house certificates without a
word of condemnation. Wh3t a
wretched fraud this Cleveland ad-
Missouri teas ami Texas Bailm
-orti Uuii ml Jleml Joiri. South llouniBn
Ktity Flyer Knty Flyrr
So. V -Vo. 4. So '.'. .No 1 n 3 Si
hTs D m 6 0 ra san Antonio ( V la Tav or and I i 1 i pTTii
1 3n p m 10 00 a m Au-tln J .v Li N lianwy " .' piillii
I 9 to p ra san Autonlo i Via ixjckhart anili 9 00 a ra
I ! (So. I' Uiliwa
C 30 a m 9 CO p m . . . Hou-ton . ... a W m 10 !' p n
i 65 a mi 1 10 p m 3 40 a m .... . Taylor 2 i a m jpioll
C 30 n mi 5 15 p in . 50 a m A waCo ... 1)1 11 M v in it irl'l
0 40 a ml i Mi p ml buml) IVmo .. . ij 11 35 in ' i m 10)
T K a m 5 20 p m 7 c5 a m . ....H'll-boro . ' iu Ji p ra I ami!
10 20 a m 7 25 p in 9 15 ra 1-ort Worth sllpn " am1'!
10 CS a m 7 57 p m i So i m ....Dallas U v m II
2 SO p ra 11 45 p m 1 10 p rn Dent-on i I ini p m I mi'
;i SO a m 11 1 1 a m 'ip m Poison "una) .' p in !
1 d in n m . . .Innciion i Ity i a m
6 5.'. a ra! 4 25 p m .Kana Cit- . 1 a m I
13 15 p m 12 SO a in 7 10 a m . Hminlba' ... 1 pu 1 6 B !
7 ai p m' b 30 a m'li lum . . .St. LoiiIb . ..'1. S i m I1 nl
C 15 a m10 is a m 4 25 p m. t'hic.go . . i 1 2 p m t ' v m.JI
that tbe paddles were made to urn
t3te 3 revolving wheel and were
athxed to the stern clearly fore- L- and n tt Hallway.
fhadowing the present "stern
wheeler." This last mentioned boat
as the first American steam vesd
that C3n be pronounced a success.
ministration is any way 3nd how it'll m3de its first trip to Burlington iu
favors the national banks and setks-1111?- J' liut alter an it was
to cramp the citizen' John Saer.
man in tne presiuentiai cnair t'ouiu tion started into actual life. In
I Tint -inill nftnn Vi n t-. n n i n rr rtf tltft
nvi uuiii auct vuo uuuuiut; ui iuu
present century th3t steam n3viga
not aot more outrageously tb3t does
the present incumbent.
THROUGH CAR ARRANGEM-'NT.
Tralns5nii6 the Kat.- Flyer Soil 1 VfH Imleil tral-e Div f'oarhes He aitBecltUl
Cars 'i'i'at frte"an1 ainer I'alaco liulii-l leepiis bteea Hou t n anl (b'CJjO'
cuangoTia Waco InUt- Hinnioalanil '. B ii Q Hallway The ac An onto tia i
City hlceper s han led I i train- i and 6 -ontb ot dllli-boro la LofKt.a-t Luii f ltd sol
Palflc Ralhiay N'orth t ilUboro Iu tr.lna 1 hdu 2
1 rain? S anJ 4. Elewant E"-Pnine ( hair car 'emi frp." and V i.cnrr Pa iceEirel'
tfttWPftn W-n unit f!moj?n r (hunt nh in.a vlii l-'orf Wnrtt). 'Tunl.ih1 ami f 11 tl I
also Wsener Bnffot Slceier'x'tWBBn Houston nnd it LonU vli Waco. Dal m flannlu'ii
i v kvitk TmWt cunt ltfl nnth Fourth -lreei'l
W. r OnlH G I'. anciT. A. D.nl- Teai
J S HARKKit ti P. andT A. t LnnU Ma
The :. Cosmopolitan .'. lid
Galveston is a port that ships out
more cotton than it receives the
eiees once being over 30000 bales.
Compressing cotton in the interior
has laigely done away with the
production of cotton in that city;
but habits change slowly neuce
Gilveston cl3ims that steam in the
interior canmt pre-s otton a- tUt
as it can at that point. Cotton
RjgerQ Mills first denounced pressed in the interior pf Texas is
1S07 Rjbeu Fulton (whom every
school cnld knows was an American)
in conjunction with one Robert R.
Livingston built the Clermont and
establish! d 3 regular packet service
between New York and Albany.
Tne sutoess of this undertaking
was so saMsfaotory tbat four new!
bo3ts wtre built before the end of
1511 at least two of them beiug
d-s gned fir service in other rivers.
SEMI- WEEKLY NEW?
tbe demonef.Kition of silver as a
monrtrou crime a destroying half
of the constitutional money of the
people. Then be 83id that the free
coinage of silver would be worth-
less as there was not euough oilver
mined to expand the currency to
limits sufTrjionl for the demand for
money. Now he says he is opposed
to further coinage of silver because
never complained of at New Or-
leas and for self preservation
against the piratical i-le all the cot-
ton possibly is diverted by the
presses to New Orleans.
Now that 11 is abjut deci'ed the
Voorhees' bill will pas s tbe senate
The News hopes those who
have been promising such
Botlifor SQ.OO t
ffaeo Evening News and the Mauazii
FOR SIX DOLLARS.
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.. a.i .v prey to aU hv tu rpntRt vrrpr nr Hip wnrlrl nnrl its 1 20J liluStra"1'
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1 c it. .nlv'nl you of everj I nnw comes what is reallv a wonder
it nl dw 1 i.r It Etarti '
ci. "i into 1 iiliful action
1 i . p U u rum-Uonip and
erand thinna to the eountrv
it is an effort on the part of debtors from Ju m
to pay off their oreditor- in deire-1 f t.ror.heU irJWver that mav eirtjvo tu a can u guaranteed u ii ical and
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! " Liver
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V1'rf'th"Iettorera ah a volume that would sell in cloth binding at Si. 00
hUK UlNLY IliU CtlN 1 o
"'tv discaw caused by"
or impurti bloxJ Dyspepsia
mpU.i t' tho most stubtjorn
lll l . rT t --ir--im-Y T-TA-XT I A I .
Scrofulous afryoii3-eve we Will send VOU 1 n& UUSiVlUrUL.ilViN 1U2T.VJ
r Lung-strofula in its earlier I g jg
oiated money. So we go round tliebe .e
ire j 11 1 a nori tilt. n'x-a (litu moncv bev V.
I Pnn r.l.1.1. al.a t . " Ht.t fl C f-rwl I ffl
I . 1 Mill ui.j .wit. Kiw -j ju.. "" bw-- w.
passage a-surcd" cotton in this I you to buy t
strongest staff of regular contributors of any eXs f
i THE WACO WEEKLY NEWS both lor onl)
year. Send m jour two dollars. Address
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 86, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 25, 1893, newspaper, October 25, 1893; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115017/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .