The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 111, Ed. 1, Friday, November 24, 1893 Page: 1 of 8
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WACO TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 24 1S93.
50c. Per Month.
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jOLIDAV STOCK now open. We have been buy
ing right along and at such prices you will un-
derstand how well we bought when you see
our low selling price.
I Dollars. ' $10.00 Ten Dollars.
live Fifty. $12.50 Twelve Fifty.
teen Dollars. $15.00 Fifteen Dollars.
I'cntccn Fifty $17.50 Seventeen Fifty.
enly Dollars. $20.00 Twenty Dollars.
flore Value to the Dollar in any Suit or
Overcoat that we are now selling at above
prices than was ever given before.
Have a Large Stock!
Bought UNDER Market Value and we are
foing to sell them fast.
WE MAKE THE PRICES
THE PEOPLE DO THE REST.
J. K host Oihier
A L. llnown Ats!etct
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
waco : : ti:.as
CAPITAL lOOO.OOO. SUBPLUB AND PROFITS 186000.
IUCTOBA-B. Bot&n Wm. Cameron. Tom Padgltt J. K. Hot. M. Foil W. 11
;i.D. R. Wallace W. K. Dnnnlra. Wm. Unoftedt M. A. Loopci
AccocntEof Banks. Bankers Merchants andotheii aro solicited W posmiVunnrpjid
lUee formsklns collections.
P-UAYIIKLU President. J.;D. BELL Vice rrcildm. JOHN I). MAYriKLD OathUi
The City Savipgs Bapk
CHARTERED FEB. 12 1892.
HHORIZED CAPITAL $100000.
Now otTers 6 percent interest on deposits. Interest payable
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FOR AI F
"uses and Lots in the CAtv. Farms artd Grass Lands in this
runty. 180 acres on Bosque Boulevard.
J0- 926 Speight Street Cottage 6 Rooms 25.00
J- '303 North 5th Street Two Story 6 Rooms 20.00
J0- Clay Street Cottage 5 Rooms Is-00
J0- 912 Jackson Street Cottage 3 R I2'5C
ft0- 419 Mary Street Cottage 4 Rooms 12.50
ga 7is Austin Street ?5-00
$? 414 Franklin Street 25-00
' 209 South Fourth Street 45-0
Wa 726 Austin Street
0ffi JNO. T. BATTLE
Rccn 8 Provident BuUding.
DOTS BY LIGHTNING
The Funeral of Jere-
miah M. Rusk.
Demands Money or Blood
but Gets Kicked Out.
RIOT IN SOUTH CAROLINA
A Supposed Barrel of Whisky
Which Turns Out Boor.
Ex-Secrotary Rusk's Funeral.
By AfoelBtnl Pcm to 'I lie Nuwi.
Yiuoiila Wi. Nov. St. The
bitterly cold weather did not pre-
vent the gathering today of the
peoj la of the entire surrounding
country and many distinguished
men of national reputation to wit.
ness the layt sad rites paid to
Jortmiah M. Rusk ex-governor
ex-congresman and late secretary of
agriculture. Ex President Harrison
w ho was very fond of General
Rusk walked with the family as
ouo of the chief mourners. A largo
delegation of the Loyal Legion aid
Masonic Fraternities were also
present. The floral t IVrings wore
numerous and beautiful and came
from all parts of the country.
The funeral arrangements were
in accord mi'Q with the wishes of
General Rutk. A private and im
pressive ceremony was held late
yesterday afternoon at the rut-idouut).
The public services at the little
Methodist church were of an ex
temporaneouH character. The roli-
giom services weio f Ulowid by the
reading of the beautiful burial ser-
vico of the Masonic Blue Lidge by
the commander of the Wisconsin
consistory. The Masons all wore
mourning. Trio procession was
over a mile lorg At the gravo
the Misoniu service was
lead by an officer of the
La Belle lodgo No. 84 the home
lodge of which the general was a
member. Then a military salnto
was fired and the last scene iu the
eventful careor of General Rusk
was at an end.
A Whisky Riot.
By Associated I'reSB to The News.
Columuia S. C. Nov.
riot occurred at Beaufort
Tuesday growing out
Beizaro of a barrel of beor
slate dispensary constables.
result lillman may
under martial law.
The two con
stables bo .rded a steamer on her
arrival at Savannah for the purpose
of seiz ng a barrel of whisky. The
negroes got wind of the fact and
crowded about the boat to the num-
ber of about 500. When it win
found the barrel on the ship was
beer and not whisky the crowd
began to guy the constables and
finally to abuse them. The mob
mado a vigorous assault on the con-
stables with brioks. Nobody was
seriously hutt howovor.
Governor Lowolllng 111.
By Associated Press to The News.
Piitsiiuko Kan. Nov. 21.
Governor Lewelliug has been taken
suddenly ill at Girard on his
return from a hunting trip in
Northern Arkansas. It is thought
his trouble is developing into a
serious fever. Lieutenant-Governor
Daniels is also very sick at his home
near Girard with an attack of
Jobs Didn't Suit.
ByA'o"latcd Press to lhoNewi.
GAi.Ksnuno 111. Nov. 24 A
number of Burlington engineers
who left here Tuesday night to take
runs on tho Lehigh not getting
passenger trains have returned
to the Burlington service
FIRED HIM OUT.
A Crank Demands Money But
Is Kickod Down Stairs.
By AflMJi t.ituil Pr.iM to I he V-w.
Cnuwtio X iv. 21 A tall well
dressed 2 i-ilihh American anarchist
named CI a'les Nostrum called at
the resident e nT J dm II. Walker a
wealthy dry oodj merchant and
eapitaln-t la-t night ami after
aikiug for and beingrofued monty
drov a rivolver and dramatical y
exclaiuud: "Write mo a cluck for
ten thou-and and hand it over quick
or I'll put a hole through your
heart " Waiker fa:led to appreeia'o
the dramatic feature and nrmmitlv
K'izeil the intruder rushed him to
the i.Kior and k'eked him down
flairs before a shot could bo fired
anil teVphnnod tho pol co who soon
had Nuitruni under arrett. Nostrum
has b tn arretted before and is re
ga'dtd by the jkiIico as a crank. At
ouo time he was ex.uniued an to hie
EX-SECRETARY OF WAR
Of tho Ropubllc of Toxas Major
M. C. Hamilton Doad.
By Aesoi'lnteil Tress to The Ncwx.
San DiKtio (Jd. Nov. 21
SLij ir M irgiu U. Ilinnlton who
arnvtd her'! three mouths ago from
Brooklyn N. YJto spend tho winter
is deal. Tho cause wuj acuto
b oaohitis. His relatives who
renin at Austin Tex. have been
notified Ho was u nativo of
Huntbvillo Ah. removing from
that Hate to tho Republic of Tuxai
where he luld tho cflico of secretary
of war for three years prior to its
union with the United States. Ho
served two terms in the United
States senate being olecto 1 as a
Republican retiring from that body
in 1S77. 11 in remains will bo em
1 aimed and forwarded to Austin
Tex. for into.ment.
CHINA SPRINGS CHIPS.
Ily Associated I'rens to The News.
Sr. Paul Minn. Nov. 21.
Thermometers in ats of tho cit
this morniiiii ranged from S to 2.1
dogi-tes bo'ow zero. Like reports
are received from a'l over this state
North Dakota and Manitoba. There
was little wind and tho tky was
free from cloudr; tho cold being a
quiet emphatic sort well known in
Colder weather is promised for
tonight. Sink 1-iapids Minn. re-
ports 2 1 degioes below and at
Kaigo N. D 20 degrees below is
Heavy Loss by Fire Probable.
My Associated 1'roHS to tlio Ke
Painksvu.i.k Ouo Nov. 21
Eir'y this niaming a fire broke out
a'jout midway on tho big ore docke
at Fairport. Tho Fairport fire de
partment was unable to check the
Humes and at 7 o'clock Painesville
was appealed to for aid. At !)
o'clock tho lira was raging fiercely
working south toward the coal
docks still beyond control.
Big WatorWorks Suit.
ly AFtoulBtu'l Trt.fB to Tho .Nl-wh:
Kansas Cnv Mo. Nov. 24.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock attor-
neys representing tho city will ap-
pear bafore Utiited States Circuit
Judge Caldwell at Little Rock
Ark. and apply for a temporary
injunction restraining tho National
Water Works company from shut-
ting oil Kansas City's water supply.
Tho motion will bo resisted by the
Increasod Tax Anticipated.
By Associated I'ress to Tho hows.
Chicago Nov. 21. President
Greenbut of tho whisky trust said
today: "Wo aro rumiig at full
head in all our distilleries in antici-
pation of an increased tax. I do not
put any faith in tho report that the
increase will affect Htocks in bauds.
Such a law coald not hold."
Decldod to Resign.
By Aisoclatvd fre'-s to The News.
Rome Nov. 21 At the cabinet
council this morning the ministry
decided to resign.
A Llvoly Budgot from a Live and
Sptflill tO'lllO iM'Wh.
China Shunuk Nov. 21
China Springs is an unpretentious
but thrifty village It is too
modest to seek notoriety in tho pa-
pers but loo good a tovn to bo
It sit- not like "Tho Eternal
City upon seven hills" bat from a
beautiful elevation looks do vn in
smiling complacency upon fertile
fields coaxed by swtat and toil to
yield abundant and nevor failing
crops. E-nn in this year of
drought nioro than a thousand
bales of cotton have alrcaly been
ginned and baled by one gin at this
plsoo. Three enterprising mer-
chants hero aro well stocked with
supplies fur the community.
Our tkilled and worthy physi-
cians together with a health-giving
atmosphere keep us from having
much of a cemetery.
Tue ringing of tho blacksmith's
hammer by Wnng-r on one side is
answered by the mus:u of the anvil
by Crowson on tho other.
Two chiucluH and two Sabbath
schools aro well patronized on
Inst but not least in a now and
ornate echool building j.ist com-
pletld ami furnished ill modern
stjlo wo have a 11 jurishing seliool
presided over by Prof. J R Con-
yers and M m Willie Arnold his
assistant. Tho school already
largo is said to bo increasing in
numbars d uly. It is 'to bu an eight
months' term and good results aro
anticipated. Moro anon.
A Crulsor Nearly Roady.
Oy Associated 1'rets to rhNoHs.
Ni:w Vouk Nov. 21. Tho new
Brazilian oruUcr America will
msko her first move towards tho
scene of her future action by mov-
ing down East river this morning
to a point iu tho upper bay below
Bcdloe's Island. She will depart
as soon as the destruolivo gun-
powder and dynamito aro ab)ard
and two big five hundred pound
rifles from Europe which aro ex.
peoted to arrivo on tho Gorrnanio
today are put aboard and mounted.
800 Stark Woet for fire msurneo
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 111, Ed. 1, Friday, November 24, 1893, newspaper, November 24, 1893; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115043/m1/1/: accessed March 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .