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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 1, 1892
Cheap Medium and Fine
Paper Hangings and Decor
ations, Wiudow Glass, Var
nishes etc. Sole agent for
J. W. John's celebrated
Asbestus Paints. Full line
of Colors, Brushes and every
thing kept in a first-class
Wall Paper and Paint Store.
C F. SMITH.
404 Austin Street,
fuMvrm Steam Sausage Factory.
wiy Fresh Fish.
jftjffi Fresh .Lard.
1JV Freah Oysters.
J Fresh Sparc Ribs.
All Kinds Meats
1 Cheap for Cash.
I J. C. Stafford.
Beware or Imitations
Of McAmrtek ooal. No ono han
dles the Genuine article hut Lacy.
Mako Christmas presents of Hook
J. E. Anderson.
If you want good coal, quiok deliv
ery, tolcphono Laoy for McAlisteu
Luiir. No one soils it but Laoy.
Waco addition to Rockport, 20
lots to the block, $400.
J. E. Anderson.
If you want the best ohoap coal in
Waoo tolcphono Laoy for the Brier
Day boardors oan get tho best ac
commodations at tho Woman's Ex
chango, 113 North Fourth street.
No ono soils tho Celf.ijrated
BIoAlister coal but Laoy.
Lunohes and refreshments for en
tertainments, furnishod by tho Wo
man's Exchange, 118, North Fourth
Tho best restaurant in town, Jos
Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth
Don't spond your hard earnod mon
ey for lottery tickets, young man, but
buy a lot in tho Kirkpatrick addition
and you will havo a plaoo on which to
build a home.
You can't loose on Kookport lots
for heafter usid for goobers and
oranges only, but when doep water
is had they will be worth more than
J. E. Aderson,
Real Estate for Sale.
T Tho Gerald house on South Fifth
streot, lot 115x215, two Vory house,
nine rooms, all modern conveniences.
Prioo $G,500; will take a smaller
houso in part payment. Lot and a
half on North Eloveuth street, be
tween Barron and Morrow, oast front.
Prico $700 a lot. Two lots corner
Twentieth and Webster, nicely ter
raced. Prico $800. Lot and a half
fronting Sedwick's houso on Clay
street; under fonoo. Prioo $750. Cor
nor lot on Ninth and Bagby; cast
Jront. 1'rico $oUU. Two lots corner
North Sixth and Tennessee avenue.
O. A. RioiiAnnsoN,
Mrs. Michael GurtaiD, Plainfield,
111., makes tho statement that sho
caught cold, whion sottled on her
lungs; she was treated for a month
by her family physician, but grew
worse. Ho told her she was a hopeless
rictim of consumption and that no
medioino could ouro her. Her drug
gist suggested Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption; Sbe bought
a bottlo and to her dolight found her
self benefited from fust does. She
continued its use and after taken ten
bottles, found herself sound and well,
and now does her own housework and
is as well as nho over was. Freo trial
bottles of this Great Discovery at W.
B. Morrison & Co'ts. Drug Store, largo
bottles 50c. and 1.00. -
Ladies, we have just reooived fresh
stook of ilowcr Reeds.
j W. L. TuOBER,
"Lion Drug 8"tPrs.
Are You Satisfied ?
With a Good Wearing and Good Fitting
ARE STILL ON TOP.
With the Largest Line of
IN THE STATE.
ew, Fresh and Faultless.
Call and Examine
MAT THEY ff AIT.
Substance of the Contract Propos
ed by tho
FEDERATION OF EMPLOYES OF THE
Sum AittoiilnniKt AruiiMiN I'll Tlio
Scale of Wane ItuiigrK From 8(10
To $150 Ier Mouth--l Train Laud
nl Trnliiiiiou Knrotttu Frum St.
Tho city is full of members of tho
different orders composiug tho federa
tion of employes on tho San Antonio
and Aransas Pass. There was a meet
ing held last evening but nothing was
given out for publication.
The contract submitted to tho man
agomont December 23 contained the
iollowiDg soalo ot wages:
"Dispatchers, $120 per month; chief
dispatchers, $150 per month; $80 per
month for operators; operators at the
general offices, San Antonio and
Yoakum, $80; operators at San Anto
nio depot, Kcnpdy (day and night)
Houston, Waco, Yoakum, (night), $?0;
Skidmore (day), $05: $00 minimum
pay for operators and agentE; those at
Breokenridgo, Sublime, Bungc, Ful
shear and Aransas Harbor,
$65; those at Calaveras, Mul
doon' WinohcBtor, Comfort, Lexing
ton, Boerne, Sweet Homo, Moulton,
$70; 70 minimum pay for operator and
clerk, and $75 minimum pay for
agents at above stations, and pay
not to bo reduced when elerk is ta
kon off and agont thus thrown into
class ui.der class under preceding ar
ticle, and following agents considered
in this olass. "Shiner, Giddings,
Skidmoro, Kenedy and Yorktown;
agents at Eagle Lake, $85; Hallctts
villo, Flatonio, Wallii West Point,
ltnokdale. Cameron, Gonzales, Luling,
Lockhart, Beovillo Itookport $90; right
hours to oonstit ate a day's work for dis
patohers; nine hours for gennral office
and Yoakum day operators; twelvo
hours for other operatois. All over
this overtime at same rate oi pay as
reooived during tho day; no oporator
or operator and clerk to give bond;
all operators and operators andulerks'
to he in ohargo of chief dispatcher;
grievances to be adjusted by the samo
methods used by other orders; allow
ance mado for attending court; cour
tesies in tho way of transportation to
bo extended tho Order of Railway
Tolegraphevs samo as to other ordors."
lleoeiver Yoakum stated in an in
terview in the Express a few dayB
ago, that tho committee of tho Feder
ation did not givo the managomeut
time onouh to contidar the soak
Thoy wantod time to compare with
tho wages on other systems, and the
employes would only allow until Do
comber 25. Commenting on this, ono
of tho strikers said to a News repor
ter yesterday, that tho rocoivers had
time plenty to decide that thoy
would not Eign tho contract and
that was all tho timo thoy need
ed. Ho said the (employes demanded
an answer on the 25th but never
went out until tho 28th, after they
had boon anuworcd; that tho receivers
would not sign tho contract.
A dispatch was received here last
night, stating that a car load of con
ductors, ongineers, firemen, brakemen,
and tolegraph operators loft St, Louis
last night for San Antonio, to go into
tho employo of tho San An
tonio and AransaB Pass
company. This telegram was ''sent
down tho lino" and this morning every
member of tho federation is posted.
It is not believed that any violence
will bo used by the strikers to pro-
vont them taking their places, but
will only uso persuasion. It is said
the argumonts aro irresistible when
tho proper attention is secured and the
word"&oab" figures proininontly in tho
talk. The emigrant car in whioh tho
new reoruits aro spinning Tcxusward
will pass through Waco tomorrow at
Ownership of the Fort Worth Dally
Here is the newspaper bi'uation in
Fort Worth, as told by tho Mail:
Upon Saturday evening last tho
controlling interest of the Gazotte
was purchaiod from Mr- V. A. Huff
man by Messrs. B. B Paddook and
Caswell. At tho direotors meeting
of the Democrat Publishing
company held that night Mr. B.
13. Paddook was eluoted president,
Mr. CaBwell, vice-president nnd
Mr, W. Paddock Becrctury and
treasurer. Tho Gazcte continued
until Monday. Upon Monday W. L.
Malcnc and Mr. E. G. Sentcr pur
chased a majority of tho stock held by
Messrs. Paddook and Caswoll and an
other meeting oF tho direotors of tho
Democrat Publishing company was
held at whioh meeting the following
officers wero eleoted: W. L. Malonc,
presidont; E G. Sentcr, vioo-presi-dent;
W. Paddook, secretary and
treasurer. Tho new proprietors at
once took the editorial and managing
reins in hand. W. L. Malono is man
ager in tho business offioo and E. G
Sonter is managing editor.
This is tho statement ina nutsholl as
far as tho Gazette is concerned.
As soon as Mr. Sentor camo in
possession of his Gazette interests his
resignation as editor of the Miil and
a member of tho executive committeo
of the Mail Publishing company was
reoeived by tho secretary. At a
meeting last evoning of the Mail
Publishing company tho resignation
was aocopted. Mr. J W. Buchanan
was pleated president of tho company
and Mr. Hal D. Tracy was oleoted
secretary and treasurer. This is tho
situation in a nutsholl as far as tho
'f -Vail and'ihe C "own
ed t7 two different corp... g& ?ne
stockholders in either corpora "are
composed o an entirely differed ot
of men. Notwithstanding some very
violent rumors tho Gazette is in no
way, shapo or complexion, practically
or theoretically or financially a part of
tho Mail or vice versa. Tho policy
of this paper will ho, as it has evor
been, aggressive, foarles?, just, with
no friends to coioh and no enemies to
punish. Its on ed will he Fort Worth
first tho rebt of tho world afterward.
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atH. O Eit-br , - 1 i (
Tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas is
distributing Christmas flyers announ
cing a one faro rato for tho round
trip between points on the Katy for a
distanco not greater than iiUO miles.
Tickets will bo on tale Doc 21, 25
and 31, and Jan. 1, 1802, all good to
return until Jan. 4, 1892. This will
givo everybody an opportunity to
mako a Christmas visit to friends or
HAPPY NEW YEARI
Farewell, old year,
We turn from you
And greeting give'
And reader, dear,
We wish for thee,
Through all its days,
IT'S A GOOD THING
Early in the year to talk about ,
3?T.jm.IsliIxig: Your House.
We have a large and well selected stock of
Latest in style, material and finish. We keep everything and
can furnish your house from garret to cellar. Come in and take a look.
R. T. DENNIS &BRO. - 518 AUSTIN ST
Tho officials of the San Autonio
and Aransas Pass railway and tbe
strikers, as wo go to press, are hold
ing a meeting at Yoakum, and it is
confidently bolieved that an amicable
agreement will bo reached and the
strike declared off .at 5 o'olock this
MImn llrcxulS Soclotj".
Special to Tho News:
Philadelphia, Jan. 1. A rcligi
ous event of much interest will ocotir
at Torrisdale, in the Thirty-fifth ward
next week, when 12 young women
will reoeivo tho first rites as members
of tho order founded by Mibs Knthe
rino Drexol. There aro several Pitts
burg ladios among tho number. The
ceremony, whioh is called receiving
tho habit, will be oonducted by Arch
bishop Ryan. Mother Katharine and
her sisterhood uro now at St.
Micheal's, whirth was hor father's
country plaoo. Sho has under her
caro about thirty novices, a few of
whom will Bhortly take their final
vows. Twolvo of them went with
her when she left Moroy Convont, and
tho others are women who havo been
finduced to chooso a religious lifo by
her example, hho will remain at bt.
Michael's until the completion of the
convent at Andalusia, next summer.
Tho negroes and Indians to whom
sho is devoting hor lifo aro already
realizing tho benefit of her great
wealth and charitable designs. An
asylum for negro children is being
built at Andalusia and will bo finished
before the convent.
BEHItfD TRE SCENES.
Francis Wilson, tho comic opera star,
ia tho father of two,bright children.
Tho story that V. .1. Scanlnu, tho Irish
comedian, is losing his memory is not
It is unlikely that Mrs, Langtry will
evor appear on (ho stage in America
Tho northwest has been tho most prof
itable field for theatricals to far this
Arthur Forrest, tho actor of "Captain
Swift" fame, leccntly lost his voico. Ho
A big fair for tho benefit of tho Act
ors' Fund of America will probably bo
hold in Now York early in tho spring.
Octavus Cohon, tho- well known dra
matic writer, almost lost his lifo recently
by taking an ovevdoso of modicino by
Judith Beroldo will play tho leading
part next bcason in n play showing u
phaso of American lifo not before util
ized on tho stage.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendal and Sarah Bern
hardt aro tho only foreign stars, asido
from opera singers, who havo mado
moijoy.in AmnriV thi: ;irii,
M. L. Wioans.
Real Estato Transfers.
Reported by Waoo Abstrot and
Investment Company, 119 8outh
Fourth stroot, Waoo, Texas.
A A Coons and wifo to E Buokncr
tract at Moody J Nalor sur, $50.
F B Williams and wifo to S L Mor
ris (J 6-1 ,-scrcs bWJszzy sur $1 and
E II Diokson to Scottish Amorican
Mtg Co traot McGary lea, $10 etc
S MoWhirtor and wifo to J I Ham
ilton 200 acres Davidson lo20,
E D Hough to J T Wycho traot
uaunao a leagues, $105.10.
Scottish American Mtg Co to O P
Hall et al. 231 9G-100 aorcB McGary
Z Davis and wifo to W Mank lot at
Z Davis and wifo to E Glass lot at
0 Fttlkncr et al. to W 8 Heard and
wife lots 5 and (J Flournoy add to
Total Deo. 31, 1891, $8159.75.
Total Irom January 1, I89I to Deo.
31, I89I, $3,508,715.79.
Tho Blblo Society Mooting.
At the meeting of tho Waco and
MoLcnnan county Bible Society on
tho 20th, of Deo., it was resolved that
all pastors of tho oity churches bo re
quested to omit their usual services
on .Sunday night Jany. 3, 1892, and
meet with tho society at tho Motho
dist church on South Fifth street at
7:30 p. m , when a mass meeting will
bo hold in tho interest of the Biblo
11 you want Iresh oysters served ih
a tempting manner, call at the Wo
man's Exohango, 113 North Fourth
Lacy's Brier Creek Coal.
Ono ton $5.50; one half ton $3,00;
ono fourth ton $1.75.