The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 177, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 8, 1894 Page: 3 of 8
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THE EVENING Nfc'WS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 81894.
Lit to Koyauy uy
foelsh Ladies' Choir.
Ubic sale of trotters
Looratlc Clubs-A r-oimry
fctlOW Uinor iowo jiaino.
A Full Representation.
llRMlM'I'AM Ala I'BU. o
oting district in the stale is
Lsented in the Kolbite conveu
tod3y. and every delegate has
( instructed to vole for Kolb
his ticket. Apparently the an-
lonism 10 lIlu "aau"iKU Dlult
hociaoy is stronger than ever
tho ehiel hope ot ine lauer
I; in tllB nomination ui au inn;.
j.nt Kbtiuuliiao lie-net. ine
Poultry and Pigeon Show.
NewYohk Fob. 8. The "reat
annual poultry aDU pigeon h(w
opened in MailUon Sqmre Garden
today and will continue until next
Tuesday. In all therc 0V(jr
three thousand exhibits the more
prominent of tbe exhibitors ic-
cluding William K. Vanderbilt W
T LeveriDg of Baltimore J. H.
Thompson of Paterson N. J. and
William McNeill of Loudon Conn.
All styles of incubators arc on view
and chicken an bciug hatched out
in large numbers. In tho center of
the amphithea re is a miniature
pond in which many varieties of
gorgeously plumed fowls are ex-
hibited including white call ducks
blue-winged teal Muscovy and wild
duUis. There is also a laigo ex
hibit of pheasants and other varie-
ties of fancy fowl and tho pigeon
classes are particularly commute
the most extensive exhibit bin"
I that of William K. Vanderbilt.
By Royal Command.
Nkw Yohk Feb. 8. A dispatch
from London says: Uy joyal com-
mand the Welsh Ladies' Choir vis-
i cd Osborne today and gave a con-
cert before Her Majesty. There
were also present Princess Heal nee
and Prince Ilenry of Battenbcrg
the ladies in attendance upon the
court and a few invited quests. Be
victory if united in Alabama at
the coming election and will cor-
tainly capture several eongrtsiional
Big Sale of Trotters.
Nkw Your Fob. 8 The sale of
the trotting stud from the Lang
estate at Buffalo was rosumed at
Kollogg's today. While tho figures
roalized yesterday were uot up to
tho expectations of tho executors
yet they are regarded as tatisfaetory
in view of tho present financial
iform wiU declare for free silver foie the concert the Queen icceived
ill be decidedly anti-Uleve
h if any reference at all is made
tfce present aumiuimrauuu.
lice defeated but not dismayed"
he rallying cry ot the h.oJbites
tie another is "Koto will ne
rated in aud not counted out this
ir" A resolution which has been
mnlatedand which will probably
incorporated in the platform de
es that farmers aro becoming
Imlesj that all classes of business
ire awakened to the utter stag
ion of butiness interests that
icial ru n is staring not only
ibama but the nation in the face
that not content with product-
lidetpread panic and disister
organized Democratic t arty
Ito deprive the people of their
liberties. Another resolution
Capt. 11. F. Kolb as the
Header of the common j eople
Mama. The Democratic stale
ration will not bo held until
Brand Army Encampment.
3am den. N. J. Feb. 8. The an
Istate encampment of the Grand
py of the Republic opened here
with a largo attendance of
egates. The report of Assistant
ijutant George Barrett showed
it there aro now 115 posts in the
with a total membership of
enty-tive hundred. There aro
candidates for commander
ob White of Paterson; James
rd of Asbury Park; Henry S.
ite of Red Bank and John
elds of Flemington. K. F
iinerd of Newark has no oddosi-
In for innior vice-commander.
the members of the choir in the Rod
drawing room and listened with in-
taicat to a statement of their re-
ception at the World's Fair in Chi-
cago aud of the piizes that had
been awarded them for their vocal
talent. The co cert took place in
the magnificent annex to the castle
which has been christened tho Indiiu
room and at the nrrth end of which a
huge stage with elab irate scenic ac-
ces:ories and settincs was rocently
constructed. Uer Majetty appeared
to be in excellent health and addi
tioual emphasis was given to this
faol by the ollljial announcement
this morning that sho will hold her
annual reception of the diplomatic
corp at Buckingham Palace on the
last Monday in this month.
The Garfield Statue.
Ni: Yoisiv Fob. 8 St. G.au-
dens the famotn sculptor is now
devoting his entire timo to the
monument which is to bo oruetod in
Fairmouut Park Philadelphia in
memory of the late President Gar-
hold. It is Id cost -JOooo and
will be fini-hed early in the fall.
Fire Chlofs In Session.
San FitA.Ncisi o Feb. -. The
convention of the ohiofs of tho firo
departments of the leading cities of
California Washington Oregon
Nevada aud British Columbia was
continued today tho delegates ex-
changing experiences of methods of
fighting (liflicult fires. The con-
vention adjourns tonight.
Dovtnsvillk Feb. 8. Post Office :
Inspector Fisher was in Downsvillo
Mr. 3ud Mrs. Seth W. Mabry of
Vernon and Mrp. Board of Waco
spent Tuesday in this viltego.
Lucius Downs has gone to Chica-
go and will bo absent some timo.
K C. Duty of Rosenthal has
located in Downsville.
Situ Johnson and Charlio Ford-
tran were in Downsvillo Tuesday.
Farmers have been busy breaking
land for their spring planting.
A. Webb Las returned from Ar-
kansas. Wn l Sly.
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mocratlc Clubs In Session.
IWAbiiiM.'ioN Feb. 8. An im-
tant meeting of the exeoutive
pmittee of the National Assooia-
of Democratic Clubs began at
n today at the Ebbett house
h Congressman W. L. Wilson
SlailJC. No infnrmntinn rpfmrfl.
the nature of tho business to bo
wacted was civen out in advance
b bo'mg called to order but as
larm bill is in tbe senate today
1 thought that the administTa.
and the Democratic leaders in
aouee believe that there is a
essitv for ;!. nnn;..oiin
more systematic popular disous-
- -Hie wemocratio olub organ-
;tion of 1802 ia lntaot and tho
"sers Fay has been improved by
i--w ucai oi quiet work in the
"Val Tho mnmVinra nt tVio ..rm.
Me8 are. niinnnnn V TJI1
IByIvania pres.dent; ' Roawell
"jer ew York treasurer
"fence Gardner. District Cnlnm-
I .Bicretaryj R. G. Monroe New
..' rreor8e D. Lambert New
Pa V Well8Rl'skDMaryland;
fAtiii ny Minnesota; Benton
illin Tennessee James Fen-
nington; C. C. Richards
Rl'. i Ml.M"n Iowa; John
; unnois; Henry. Watter-
Uventucky; J. S. Carr North
mv !nMohael D- Uarer 0hio5
Clark MkiDBOn' Miohi8an5 W'
BiitMixt.uAJi Ala Feb. 8. The
Populist-Kolbito state convention I
was called to order at noon today i
A couierencc ot trie memuers oi ino
Republican campaign committee i
and of representative members of
that party from all over the state
who are opposed to the Populist-
Kolbite ltapub'.ican coalition against
the Democracy also opened at the
eame hour. Tho purpose of this
latter conforonco is to oonsidei tho
desirability of nominating a straight
Republican ticket to be voted for in
August. The friends of Governor
MoKinley and ex-Speaker Reed aro
favorable to this course to tho end
thav the organization may be held
intact for the next presidential elec-
tion. In his addr ss to the Repub-
lican committee Seoretary Delemos
"The Republican victory of
November last is notice to the
friends of Thomas B. Reed and
William McKinley that the Repub-
licans cannot alloid to take any
middle ground but must stand
squarely on the platform adopted at
Minneapolis protection to Ameri-
can industries and American labor.
We must congratulate ourselves fur-
ther on onr viotory in Kansas Iowa
and other states where Republicans
overwhelmingly defeated the Popu-
lists and recovered lost ground
which shows that the contest will
bo between the two national parties.
Tho Democratic party is divided
and Republicans may hope for
Af AX END
the 'female complmnts" and
nc-jUm-. that imiku woman
lifo u Hilary- 'Ihey'io cured by
nr l'Jt-rco'a Fa onto Prescription.
For all tue ilciiuigument disor-
ders and .Leases jwuliur to the
cm tain that it ::n iu ymnunUril.
K it i'er mn 10 ih-iil-iu "' ."i
vou Ua o vour inonoy Impk.
. ....r..iillv minuted to her
(Ichcato iiigiiniation and never
co n liitm' with any of her condi-
Ueaun nim -.-?- - nl. .. or' run
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Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys
Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys-
tem effectually dispels colds head-
aches and fevers and ctnes habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
ducetl pleasing to the taste and ac-
ceptable to tho stomach prompt in
its action and truly boneficial in its
effects prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances its
many excellent qua'Uies commend it
to nil and have made it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup .of Figs is for sale n 50c
and 81 bottles by nil leading drug-
gists. Any reliable druggist ;ho
may not have it on hand vill pro-
em e it promptly for any one who
wishes to try :t. Do it accept iij.v
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The greatest and
most useful invention
of the age.
One Cent a Piece
One piece kindles a
fire without the least
Harmless & Odorless
And safe to use.
Send your orders to
The Waco Bottling Works
1st St. near Bridge.
"Samln what's your opinion of traveling by railway aud stoarn-
boat?" "Now you're lulkin' host! Good gracious! I tolu you dere's a
heap o' difference. When you'd on do rsilroad and an axidont happen
you're right dar; but when you's on de steamboat and sho busts and
blows up wbar are you? dat's do question. I tell you bos you're
Where Are You
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the front rank of tbe piocessijn
(kill Next to llic land Waal!
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