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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 4 i892
WACO I'llli: UI'AKT3li:T,
mention of riro Aliirm Itnxcw.
' 4 Fifth Ward FiroStstlon strike nil
' 5 ','orner 9ih and Austin " ""l
c . itli " " " "till
" 7 Central Flro Htatlon ""
" 8 Weft End Fire station " limill
" 13 Corcor 14 h anil Waililncton " i-m
"U ' Oth nml MalboToanh " Mill
" is " stlinml Columbus " Mint
"10 " nth anil Jackson " Minn
"17 " 4th ami Webster " l-lllllll
" 25 ' 8th nil Cleveland " n-iitii
".a " Btlintul Speight " ii-uuii
"27 " Cthnnil Washington " ti-iiiiiu
" itslloyal Ilotol ttb a-iil Franklin " in itut
' ail Woolen Mills Mill and Mary " m-unil
" 37 Comer l'.th and Jefferson ' lll-llilill
All boxe numbered above 8 strikes thnnt
Hex 13 strikes I ami etons, then strikes 111
lusklno llox 13, then repeats rourtinies.
l!ox 25 strlkesll and stups, thou strikes Hilt
making llox 25 ai d so on.
DJ.IIKCT10N9 ron OIVINO AI.AIIM.
Keys will bo round In residences on each coi
ner where boxes are located. Open Firn Alarm
Boxes ami null Hook down and let go. Leave
key In box.
furn alarm In only for Arcs
110.00 line for
Mow tapping of bells signify
second Friday In each month each box Is
tapped twlco, testing boxes and circuit lino
When alarm of llreloglvea the Flro Depart
ment has the right of way on nil streets. All
vehicles must drive near the sidewalk and keep
away from the lire. 5.00 lino for running over
lteport of any caroless driving going to or
rrom flres by the Fire Department will be
thankfully received by the Chief, as fast aud
careless driving Is stTickly forbidden.
1 1 1 1 1 ii a i ii mi
Just Rocelved Large Stock
Frosh garden seed. Come yo market
gardeners. We liavo ample to supply
you in everything.
W. L. Tuckep.,
at "Lion Drug Store."
How to Succeed.
This is the great problem of life
whioh few satisfactorily solve. Some
fail beoauso of poor health, others
want of luok, but tho majority from
defioiont grit want of nervo. They
are nervous, irrosolute, ohangeablo,
easily got the blues and "tako the
spirits down to kep tho spirits up,"
thus wasting money, time, opportuni
ty and nerve force. There is nothing
like tho Restorative Nervine, discov
ered by the great specialist, Dr.
Miles, to cure all norvous diseases,
aB headnohe, the blues, nervous pros
tration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St.
Vitus danco, fits, and hysteria. Trial
bottles and fine book of testimonials
free at H. C. Rishor & Co. drug store.
Parker Bros, can sell you goods
below manufacturers prices, Soe
their goods and got their priocs.
Have you used an Embree McLean
A New Firm,
Hardwiok Bros, tho new firm of
erocers and hardwaro men of East
Waco aro doing an immense business.
Why? Because they sell for cash, and
aivo value received. It will save you
money to call on Hardwick Bros., near
Central depot, .hast Waco.
Pigs foot, kraut, tripo, dried beef,
Limburgerand Swiss cheese all receiv
ed fresh at J. A. Early's.
Ladies, we have just received fresh
stook of flower seeds.
W. L. Tucker,
"Lion Drug Storo.
A Safe Investment.
Is ono whioh is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purohase price. On
this safe plan you oan buy from our
advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovory for Consump
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief
in every case, when used for any affec'
tion of Throat, Lungs or Ohest, such
aB Consumption, Inflammation of
Lungs, Bronohitis, Asthma, Whoop
ing Cough, Croup, oto., eto. It is
pleasant and agreoablo to taste, per
fectly safe, and can always bo de
pended upon. Trial bottles at W. ii.
Morrison & Co. drug store.
aieoner, umton & uo. navo aoucu a
repairing department in connection
with their shoe store. All repairing
of boots and shoes neatly done
Charges reasonable. Leave your
shoes to be halfsoled at Sleeper, Clif
ton & Co's,, oorner of Fourth and
000 aore farm, 500 in oultivation, all
first class prairio land. Ten houses,
barns, shods, wells and ono never
Small farmB of 100 or 200, 320 or 400
tores oaoh, and many others cheap
and on easy terms.
Rangingin numbor of aores of 320, 500
1200, 1400, 1806 and 3,000, situated
near Waco. "We can sell special bar
gains in houses, lots and business
Bell & Sassaman,
Real Estate and Rental Agents, 111
South Fourth stroet, Waoo, Texas.
THEY' LIKE HIM
Patrick Egan in High Favor
AND THEY DESIRE HIS RETENTION,
Tin- MlniU-r Courts llin rtilpt Invrtlen
Hon ill' Ills Ottlclnl Acti- lllsKlmliit-Ks tu
Ui'liiRi'i't Commented Upon 'Urn ItilKsltin
Ni:w Yok'k, Feb. 1. The Herald has
tho following cnblo news from Valpa
raiso, Chile: Tho resolution dn
t reduced in tho house of repre
sentatives at Washington request
ins President Harrison to recall
Minister Efran was read with interest in
Valparaiso and Santiago, and surprise
was expressed in many quarters that
such a resolution should have been pre
sented to congress. Without entering
into a defense of Minister Egan I can
safely assert that there has been an en
tire change in public feeling toward him
in this country sinco tho settlement of
the diplomatic tangles that have been
disturbing tho relations of this country
and tho United States. His nttitudo
seems now to bo better understood and
his services in protecting many promi
nent members of tho Congressional party
from tho vengeance of tho late dictator
and in granting an nsylmn to tho refu
gees who sought tho American legation
after tho downfall of Balmaceda are now
generally recognized as having been both
humane aud proper.
For tho past twelve months Minister
Kgan's house has belli filled with refu
gees. During Balmaceda's dictatorship
lie shielded innnv of tho leaders of tho
Congressional party and after tho fall of
Valparaiso many of those whose desiro
for vengenco he had thwarted sought his
protection from those who had formerly
asked his aid. All tho time during the
past year from ten to thirty refugees
representing one or the other faction of
this country, have been quartered in the
American legation. They have been en
tertained and fed entirely at the expense
of Minister Egan. Ho refused to accept
a penny from those who sought his pro
tection, whether they were Congression
alists or Balmacedists. Ho has ex
pended nearly as much as ono year's
salary in behalf of the refugees whom ho
hah kept in tho legation.
Tho public of Chile appears to bo get
ting better acquainted with theso facts
and this counts for the revulsion of feel
ing in regard to Minister Egan's recall.
Eduardo Matta, who is now president of
the chamber of deputies, and many
others whoso lives were saved by Minis
ter Egan during Balmaceda's dictator
ship, favor his retention hero as Ameri
can minister. Senor Pereira, minister
of foreign affairs, who instructed Minis
ter Montt at Washington to ask for Mr.
Egan's recall, now appears very friendly
to him, and so does Senor Blanco Vael,
the iutendente at Valparaiso. Augnstiu
Edwards, whose life and property were
saved through Egan's influence, is tho
only prominent member of tho old
congressional party wiio now seems
anxious to have Mr. Egan called
I asked tho minister what ho thought
of tho resolution introduced at Washing
ton requesting his recall.
" I court a full investigation of all my
acts, " said Mr. Egan. "I have no fear
that anything detrimental to my reputa
tion would bo discovered. My actions
throughout these difficulties have been
approved by Secretary Blaine aud the
administration tit Washington. "
A crowd of young men sacked tho
office of la Republica, a newspaper which
has vigorously opposed the present re
gime. The police were not present to
afford any protection.
During tho past week there have been
many largo fires in Santiago, from which
losses estimated at $3,000,000 have re
sulted. Insurance agents believe they
were started by incendiaries.
I am assured that all tho money
needed for redemption of p-per issues
in Chile will be furnished by local
The naval court of inquiry, presided
over by Captain Lambton of tho British
warship Warspite, has finished its in
vestigation into tho cause of tho wreck
of tho steamer John Elder. Captain
Parry of the Elder was found guilty of
carelessness and his certificate was sus
pended for three months. It was found
that the complement of sailors was in
sufficient for a passenger steamer like
tho John Elder. Many of tho charges
brought by tho passengers were found
to have been exaggerated.
Tho lll-f'nteil Kltlrr.
London, Feb. 4. Life boats mado
several journeys to tho stranded Eider
anil succeeded m landing all specie from
the steamer. They also landed several
sacks of mail in a wot condition. It is
reported there are 400 sacks of mail
matter still on tho steamer. At 2 o'clock
this morning the steamer Havel arrived
at Southampton. Agents at Southamp
ton of tho North German Lloyd company
had arranged for all the piissengers of
tho ill-fated Eider, who desired
to proceed to Bremen to travel from
Soutlumipton by tho Havel. They
boarded tho steamer and shortly aftor 2
o'clock proceeded for Bremen. Tho
weather lias become finer and the can-
tain and majority of tho officers have
returned to tho steamer Eider, where
they urotniKnirrd Inutrectiiur tho work
of (HsclinrjrfnK tho ciirKO into lighters,
which commenced today as soon as cir
A Visit to tin' I'n in I nn DlMrlrU.
St. PKTi'.iisni'ita, Feb. 4. Tho mayor
of Moscow, who recently went on t
tour through tho famine-stricken re
gions of tho empire on behalf of tho
czar with the famine committee, has re
turned here. Ho reports that, judging
from as far as his investigations went
and what he saw in Saraniff, Orenburg,
Samara and Ufa, accounts of the f.ui'iiM
aro much exaggerated. He says busi
ness is brisk in the regions he visited.
He adds there is plenty of grain in tho
baud's of the speculators, but that its
distribution is difficult, owing to the
bad condition of the roads. Ho reports
that tho snow is preserving winter sown
com. Ho will soon start on anothei
tour, to last three months.
Colli mill I'liiuhie.
St. PETEitsnuitn, Feb. I. Tho ther
mometer registers from i!0 to 40 degrees
of cold in the famine districts of Russia.
Tho terribly severe weather adds in
tensity to tho suffering of tho impover
ished people, who aro already greatly
weakened by starvation and disease. U
is reported that the czar dismissed th
minister of communication, whoso re
tiiement from office was published
Saturday last, in a most peremptory
manner. This action of tho czar, it is
said, was taken to save tho amoui
propro of M. Wittee, tho director ot
railways, who threatened to resign his
offico because tho minister of com
munication had hamiHjred himself and
Colonel Wenderich, regulating the con
gested grain traffic.
Kfclprority with the United .Stilton.
Touonto, Feb. !. At the annual
meeting of tli-j Central Farmers' insti
tute of Ontario speeches were made by
Messrs. Dryden, Harvey and Harcourt.
provincial ministers, and by President
Norway, member of parliament, who
talked strongly in favor of unrestricted
reciprocity with the United States,
criticising at some length tho recent ad
dress of President M. Naught of the
manufacturers, favoring tho effort to
develop Canadian trade with tho coun
tries of Europe. He held it far more
important to develop trade with the
A IiisthiKiilslietl l'hyslr.lsin Di'iul.
London, Feb. 4. Sir Morrell Mac
kenzie, a distinguished physician, died
today of bronchitis. Sir Morrell Mac
kenzie was born in Leytonstouo, Essex,
in 18tf7, and educated at the London
hospital medical college and in Paris
and Vienna. Ho was the author of
numerous publications on larynxologi
ctd subjects, and in particular of sys
tematic treaties in two volumes on the
diseases of tho throat and nose, which
are acknowledged to bo a standard
works. Sir Morrell Mackenzie was in
attendance on Frederick III, tho Ger
man emjieror, during tho hitter's illness,
and was knighted in 1887.
Tlireo Workmen Iftitnlly Injured.
Bum, Feb. 4. At Prossburg, tho for
mer capital of Hungary, tho drying
room of si building in which new smoke
less powder is being manufactured,
caught fire and an explosion quickly
followed. Three workmen were fatally
Imperial mill I'miuii limtH.
Beiimn, Feb. 4. Tho new imperial
and Prussian loans, which together
amount to 340,000, 000 marks will bo is
sued Feb. t) at 83 marks 00 pfennigs.
ltavnt;'il thw Country.
Paihs, Feb. 4. The Temps has a tele
gram from Senegambia saying natives
have ravaged the country around Popo
and captured ;!000 slaves. Tho inhab
itants have sought shelter in Gorman
territory. Trade is at a standstill.
Outwitted a Policeman.
Omaha, Feb. 4. Dick Wilson, brother
of tho noted "Dink" Wilson of Olendale
train robbery fame, was arrested near
Hanscom park by Park Policeman Good
rich, but by presence of mind and auda
cious lying he managed to get away aud
is still tit liberty. Tho officer saw Wil
son passing along the sidewalk. He had
known Wilson from boyhood and also
know that ho was wanted, and ho lost
no time in putting him under arrest.
"What are you doing this fort" asked
Wilson as ho felt the officer's grip on his
"They want you down at police head
quarters and I am going to send you
down," Wits the reply.
" Why, I just came from there, " said
the prisoner. "An officer arrested mo
last night, and the old man just went
down and put up bail for mo. You see
tho 'fly collars' were a little too swift for
"It looks that way, " said the crest
fallen oflicer, as he told Wilson he could
go. The latter lost no time in availing
himself of tho privilege and ho dieap
peared. Later, the officer bethought
himself to inquire at the police station
if Wilson had been arrested nnd was
deeply chagrined to find that ho had not.
Dectectives scoured tho city to secure
Wilson, but without avail.
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Do You Know It?
A common Cough iB tho most dan
gerous thing in tho world to negloot
a slight hnoking Cough !h also very
dangerous, as it always leads to Bron
chitis and Consumption. Don't nog.
loot them. In selecting a romody for
Coughs, Colds and Bronchitis, be sure
and get ono that is not full of Opium
and ono that will not produoc Consti
pation. Ballard's Horohound Syrup
doos not constipate, romombcr this. It
is porfootly harmless for ohildron, anil
it's tho most soothing, and healing
Throat and Lung medioine in tho
world. It ouros Consumption, Coughs
Colds, Soro Throat, Asthma, Whoop!
ing Cough, Croup, Bronohitis Soro
Lungs, tickling in the throat and
greatly stiongthons tho Lungs aftor
Sold by IL C. Rishcr & Co.
- - -
To tho Ladios.
Mrs. F. J. Sullivan has romovo d ho
dressmaking establishment to 509 1-2
Austin avenue, up-stairs over tho
"Loader, wuero sho will bo glad to
see her patrons and friends.
No ono sells tho Celebrated
MoAlistkr coal but Laoy.
Block of 20 lots in Waoo addition
to Rookport on Herring, Kelley
Eyans aud logo strocts $400.
J. E. Anderson.
Items ami communications Intended
(or thi departmout should be sent to
No. 809 North Twelfth street or tele
phoned to No. 30, on or before Friday
afternoon of each week, lu ordor to
recoivo proper attontlou. News
notes receivod after 10 o'clock Satur
day morning cannot appear until tho
next weok, however much wo may
rogrot the dolay.
A tatal Mistake.
Fhysioians make no more fatal mis
take than whon they inform patients
that norvous heart troubles come from
I tho stomach and aro of little conso-
quonco. Dr. Franklin Miles, tho
noted Indiana specialist, haB proven
tho contrary in his now book on
"Heart Disease," whioh may bo had
free at H. C. Riahor & Co. drug storo
who guarantees and recommends Dr.
Miles' unequalcd New Heart Cure,
which has tho largest salo of any
heart remedy in tho world. It cures
norvous and organic heart diseases,
short breath, fluttering, pain or ten
dorness in the side, arm or shoulder,
irrogular pulse, fainting, smothering,
dropsy, eto. His Restorative Ner
vine euro headache, fits, oto.
Don't dolay, if you desire Rook
port property, it will bo too high soon.
20 lot blocks for $400.
J. B. Anderson.
Rot Equality, but true Superiority ovsr
all other Blood Ksaiedies.
Mercury enters into tho composition oi
many blood medicines, while with others
iodide of potasu is the principal ingre
dient. Both these substances are poisons,
nd while in some ins'ancrs they lesieo
tho severity of the ravages of blood
poison, their use in the end are more
hurtful than otherwise. Hear in mind Dr.
John Bull's Sarsaparilla is strictly a veg
etable compound, yet its effect on blood
filled with poisonous perm matter is like
water on the forked tongues of a Ukraine
fire. It subdues the evil instantly, even
when other medicines have fulled. Again,
Bull's Sarsaparilla is frequently used after
the system -Jtas become poisoned by the
use of mercury and potash. It quickly
eliminates these mineral poisons from tho
system, thus preventing nnd curing mer
curial rhoumatiam, pot.uh tores, etc. Id
all syphilitic and scroiulous affections,
Bull's Sarsaparilla is a true panacea. Tho
eequelie of blood poisun, such as salt
rheum, eczema, king's evil, scald head,
boils, carbuncles, itch, tores, rheumatism,
neuralgia, etc., nil permanently disappear
If the use of Bull's Parsaparilla is con
tinued a stimcteut length oi time.
W. A. Smith, Faducali, Ky., writes:
"1 was down sick with malarial fever for
over month. The doctor gave me too
much calomel and mercury, and when I
began to get better rheumatism net In, ana
my left leg was mude crooked. I thought I
would be a cripple tor lite, but an acquaint
ance got me to use Bull's fjarsuparilla.whlon
fave me strength and cured my rheuraa
Ism, and now my leg Is nearfy straight
again and I walk ou It very rendily."
H. B. Walton, Cairo, 111., wrltei: "I ex
perienced the horrors of blood poison fot
four long years. I had three running sore
on my body an large as my hand that would
never hoal, and over a dozen smaller ones
My hair and eye-brows and whiskem an
came out nnd I looked like a perfect seare
erow. I became discouraged trylne medi
cine, but aa a last hope tried Hull's Barsapa
rllla. The use of 23 bottles made me well,
but there are scan on my body that look
like they had been burns."
Children like Dr. Jobn Bull's Worm
Destroyers. They taste good and never fall
to remove worms If there are any, Priot IS
cents. Try them.
w "The demand for Smith's Tonic Syrup
U unequalled by any other chill medioine
Wade. My sales are immense." P.J. Dreher.
John D. Park & Sons, U'holaaU Aaentt,
in, 177 and 179 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, O.