The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 139, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 26, 1893 Page: 2 of 8
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THE EVENING NEWS TUESDAY DECEMBER 26. 1893.
One of the greatest of living
Oratois find Lecturers will on the
night of the
THE CITY HALL
Lecture for the benefit of the"
charity fund of
PAT CLEBURNE CAMP
Admission usual prlco.
Waco Eyaning News
No inu iiud 211 smi'ii ;:i'iuii ni.
j. it. minskft.
f'nittftr unit frujit i iiir-
All liillH iiu Tiru Nisws unlets (or
nivorUilnir 4tit)ioriiilon or preaa
work tiro pynlo alono to
J. It. BEN N KIT
c V) ht uitciiorizod utroiit.
Oillciul Organ of tho City of Waco
Nil liirrl tliit tlaii-i;
Ityilty onu njniitli SO
l)f'l hK IimiHlis .. . a W)
Dnl'y ono yenr film
W'uukly lino ynir t. ... 1 W
All comiuuiiluiitloiiH to In euro
prompt attention HhouM boaddroHBetl
to Tho Nhws Wiinii Thxhh
RELIEVING THE POOR.
It iH estimated on the basis of
partial invustigationH undo that
thuru aru fully 80 000 perHons in
tho city who are without employ
ment. TliH aj wo unaurotanu
does not inoludu persons who nevor
-ork or who bhirk work but tho"o
who would work if they had the
opportunity and who aro dependent
upon the wagon of work.
Tho condition la an u'arining one
at tho thri nhulri of winter. Its
adneua will tinge all OristunH
merriment. Thousands aio shiver-
ing and hungry who never were
duiitut(i boforo. What h to be
done? Ne- York World.
The Hmoliljring furii3eea dhould
be relighted faoloriei now closed
should bo opened and all tho sup-
pressed induitrics of the nation
should at onoo be set in motion
thus giving to these desorving poor
an opportunity to win by honest
toil the power to exist. That thoy
cannot be o erated to tho profit of
thoir ovners j lit now is no excuse
tuoy wore built in tho ii rat ii.s'.ati'je
and tiiat very properly for the pur-
pose of making money for their
owners and wore run for gain.
Tneir owners should now in the
iiatne of humanity relight thoir fires.
toJvns. The iron business of the
Birmingham dh-tr et is repined as
showing ooniderablp improvement
though restricted by tho uncertain
ty of tariff legislation. In tho on-
higeiueut of establi"hod plants a
fair showing is al-o presented. The
(lour milling' industry shows con-
siderable activity twenty-three corn
and Hour mills having been com-
pleted recently the greater part of
which aro in Tennessee and Kentuc-
ky. The indusi.rif's reported for
the pait week are of groat diversity
including b x factories ice lajtor-
ies iron iuiniuq companies carriage
works steam hi uidries broom fac-
tories phosphato mining companies
coke plants say mills and many
IMHT. lER'B NOTIOK.
flllln wlm .. it Is expootoil The News
ti pay iiiuhi tie autnoricd by an
orilor aljriied by J. R. BK.VNKTT.
If the collector (niU to find you
wh'ii he calls plcose call nt the oflico
and iav v ' Hubiuription if it is "n
jjiii" o nucu ine miinoy 10 j
-) furuishing you the
pays for Iiik News
"" ' 1. Atkins is a rawjinr
repre"-iiiiitivo of Tiik Daily aii'd
Si:mi-Wi:kki.y Nr.wu o("Waoo and
is duly authorizrrf to roweivo and
receipt for subscription .to Vith-er
publication also to make contracts
for a lvi-rtinini.
Tho robbing of trains is beeoin.
ing quite an industry in the last
fow days and what is moro it does
not seem to bo confined to any
Tho ohnriiablo assooiations of all
tho northern citioa aro taxed beyond
thoir ability to meet tho really
meritorious calls upon thorn for
help. Tho number needing help is
greatly in excess of any previous
Tho inci im-i of rich mon aro
sacrou to tho politicians. Instead
of taxiu ' them a groat many con-
grtssmon want to fall down and
worship thorn. Atlanta Constitu
Congressmen are mon and some
of them very small men and as
this is tho 3go of mammon worship
evon if tho ohargo made by
tho Constitution should bo literally
true it would not show congress-
men to bo one whit better or woiso
than tho bulk of their constituents.
When the inajses bow boforo a
patriot's shrine with tho veneration
r '-Trirts then men who lovo
t icii v jtiy and thoir country's
weal with the zeal of a patriot will
sit as thoir representatives in the
halls of congress. Let tho dear
people (jint worshiping wealth and
thoir congressmen will quit at
What A Prominent Insurance Man Says.
II M. Biossjm .senior member of
H M Blossom & Co 217 N. 3d St.
St. Louis writo-: I had been loft with
a very distressing cough tho result of
influonzH which nothing seemed to to
lievo until I took Biillard's Ilorehound
Syrup One bottle completely cured
tue. I so til one bottle to my sister
who had a Ecvero cough and she ex
ponemed itL.mid.ato relief. I always
rccoomtnond this syrup to uiy mends
John Cranston 'JOS Hampshire
street Quinoy Ills writos: I hrvc
found Ballard's fJorehound Syrup
huporior to any other cough medicine
I havo over known It never disap
points. Price nOo. Sold by Itisher
&Co. Waoo J. B. Cornish East
Doti't forget if you want to put
an "ad" in The N i:vs and don't
want to come to tho ollice or tele-
phone us you cau leave it at Burle-
son's book Htore 115Sjuth Fourth
and it will be promptly inserted.
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V I A. A u 1-. nJrtA l- " 1 rt V l l-t. . . 1 1
in ever uciuic nave wc ueen able to buj
as nne graue ui papei iui vv eaaing Xnvit
uiuiib cts wc navi.juoi.i'-ivi.u iiuin IN eV YnrW
PRINTED ND ENGRAVED
In most fashionable and elegant styles
BROOKS & WALLACE PRINTING HOUSE
IIA-16 K. Fifth St.
Are Halt so
and particularly is this true of
F YOU WANT
With the o ittou mills of Georgia
declaring pn (i'.ablo dividends tho
(ti0Mtiou in up for diaousjion why is
tho Fort Worth cotton mill idle?
And another question awaiting for
consideration is why haven't wo
moro mills to manufacture cotton
goods for homo consumption?
Fort Worth Gazette.
waeo oouiu ask tho Bamo
tiou with great pertinency.
Oxljtxlc t;lxe Bet sj
TO BE FOUND AT
Saloon and Restcurant. All
night and day service.
W. r ARMSTRONG Proprietor-
THE HAWAIIAN PROBLEM.
Tho DUlas Is'ewrt is a nowsppor;
don't forget it MoKinuey Demo-
crat. And old "State Pross" in tho
Now will in a few days say tho
MvKtunoy Democrat is the bast
weekly paper published in North
Tex'is Sherman Begistor.
Of course; what else should bo
expected? That is what ho is there
The number of working men not
including fakes trr.mp8 and bums
who are ont of work out of money
ami out of food in the citios of
Now Voik and Chicago is placed by
a conservative estimate at ono hun-
dred and seventy-five thousand a
number much greater than can be
provulid for by th'j local organiza-
tions of those cities. Tneso local
oharitablo organizations must bo
greatly reinforced orthooapknl now
waiting in idleness must bo invested
in productive lines to givo these
men work or men willing to work
and anxious to work will this
winter be forced to rob or starve
and freeze in tho midit of the
wealth of these groat cities.
The proposition of tho president
for restoration was fair and manly
and went as far as the constitutional
limits would permit Cleveland
The United Stales aro not engaged
in tho business of setting "up
monarchies. And now Mr. Clove-
laud undoubtedly sees that the only
thing to do ia to keep hands off
Our people would ba vory glad to
havo tho Hawaiians "light it out
among themielves." Perhaps in
this way a happy solution of the
question may bo arrived at Kich.
It has been a severe Btrain upon
tho public patience and has not
added to tho reputation oithor for
wisdom or prudence of the presi-
dent or his secretary of stato.
Stevens Haid the Hawaiian
monarchy was an absurd anaohron-
ism. In tho light of Cleveland's
message Stevens appoars as an
anachronic absurdity. So honors
aro about even. Pittsburg Post.
Tho Industrial South
Ueviewiug tho industrial progress
of the South for tho past week tho
.Manufacturers' Record reports that
there are many signs of in-
creasing activity in the projection
of enterprises and in tho number an
nounced as definitely decided upon
A good deal of activity is noted in
municipal improvements especially
in water works systems which are
to be established in a number of
mii:icii'()s s nt:.
STATU OF TEXAS Cou;t or McLennan:
y virtue ofnn onler of Mlo lssne.l on. of
th Honorablo Dlstiict Court of McLennan
Ocinnty on '.Hi day of Pecumbcr UJ'l by thn
Clerk tlicroof in th caeu or ialveton &
Houston lmuitmeut comjuny ersiiB 1. J.
(iniinliitlinin -t ul No. l"l ami tome at
sheriff directoil and ilalUered I will jirocpol
to eel! within tho hour r.'erilieil by law for
Bliurlll'r. iiile on Iho Hilar rUKsDAY in
.lauuary A. 1) 1831 it bt Ins the 2nd day of
aaii month boforo Hio co.irt houo door of
mild McLennan county In the city of Waco tho
following' described jiropertj to-wlt
Block thlrty.nlno p.lj and forty-four (II) of
no uiviuui.mjuimm lu UIU unv OI VflCO In
McLennan county Tncns. Levied on as the
liropuriy oi w roiga to fat'Bly u Juiluo
meut omountliift ?')6U.. i in favor ofGal-
vrstnn A Houston Inycsttncut Co. and co-t
Glvon uudet my hand this 11th day of
W. L. Hukkk Sheriff.
December 12 18)3.
Sau Antonio & Aransas Pass
And Intermediate Points
Passenger train leavesdaily at
7 a. m. Call at depot for full in-
formation regarding passenger or
J. B. Brooks.
Ticket Agent Waco Texas.
E. J. Martin
Gen.'l Freight & Pass Ag.'t.
San Antonio Texas.
It-takes correct styles popular prices and extraordinary
values to command season after season an ever increasing
trade. Our enormous sales this season is proof positive
that our stock fills the bill for while our competitors have
been straining every ne. ve and resorting to a world of ques-
tionable schemes to get rid of their stuff we have almost
without an effort nearly. doubled the business of any pre-
vious season at satisfactory prices to ourselves and more
than satisfactory prices to our customers.
We opened the season with the largest stock we ever
sticked on our counters (and by the way we doubled the
number of our counters by giving up the entire second
floor of- our building to our CLOTHING DE-
PARTMENT.) We have sold them and been com-
pelled to keep the wires red hot gathering in extraordi-
nary plums to sec the season out Of course every one
understands that the grandest bargains are always picked
up late in the season (provided you have the money to pay
tor tnem) and our buyers have covered themselves with
glory in their late purchases which we are now showing.
As wc buy them so wc sell them caring nothing for intrinsic
worth; all we want is a small profit true to our motto "Quick
Sales and Small Profits."
We are Offering Extraordinary Values in
Childrens'2 Piece Suits and Pant
Boys 3 Piece Suits and Pant
and Ithe grandest line of Men's Suits
Pants and Overcoats we have ever
shown. GET OUR PRICES.
-WE SAVE YOU MONEY.-
H. B. MISTROT&CO
408 and 4103Austin Avenue.
ICE BUILDING LOTS
HOMES FOR ALL.
NO MUD -TOSTICK.
See Kirkpatrick's Beautiful
ISTo Citv T"ji.-sr !
Still You am Rteht in the Cft)
Jail at 605 South Eighth St. Corner Clay.
P. G. Kirkptarick.
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 139, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 26, 1893, newspaper, December 26, 1893; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115069/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .