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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 12 1S92.
Agreeable soap for the
hands is one that dis
solves quickly, washes
quickly, rinses quickly,
and leaves the skin soft
and comfortable. It is
Wholesome soap is
one that attacks the dirt
but not the living" skin.
It is Pears'.
Economical soap is one
that a touch of cleanses.
And this is Pears'.
All sorts of stores sell
it, especially druggists;
all sorts of people use it.
Wo aro authorized to unuonnco Mr. J. ('
Jniney as caudldito (or tlio ollko of lounty
Tax Collector, subject to tlic action of the Dem
ocrats of lIoLuiinuu couiUt.
ill 11 11 ici al.
Election lRt Tuesday In April. We are au
thorized to announce Major A. Illtichman n
canilMnto fir the office of Mayor of VtacoattLc
comliiR city election.
SaMr 3Efc:xltj 3&&3xjs
Editor ami General Manager.
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THE NEWS IS THE OFFICIAL OR
GAN OF THE CITY OF WACO.
"I am Jur I roo cuiiiuiurcii with nil
minion h." '1' limit its Jcrforhnii.
"ltiitrluhl Is rlyht. (Iitmnh it In not '
irui puimliir, mtil I uland hi It whether It
rttlrts urn to private lln or lifts me to lilyh
rr honors."Jtiiier (. JUilln.
UNCHANGED AND UNCHANGEABLE.
The confidence of the Uemooratio
mahBco in Mr. Cleveland remains un
bliaken. He in the people's first and
only ohoioo. Day by day the feeling
throws stronger that he is tho best pos
sible) chance tho Democratio party hts
to oloot a president this year.
Upon this point tho Kansas City
Times, "which, next to tho St. Louis
Republic, is tho ablest exponent of
Western Dotnooraoy, and equally as
ardent an -advocate of Mr. Cleveland,
expresses tho following incontroverti
Says tho Times: "In tho midst of
all tho differences over legislative
plans in Washington, the movemonis
for controlling conventions in New
Vork and the spooulntions.upon pres
idential possibilities, tho feeling of
tho pcoplo toward Clovoland remains
unchanged and apparently unchange
able. "Right along wo aro taught tho
lessou that tho moral quality of man
hood is the most valid belonging of
tho rnco. Truth, oourago and fidelity
to trust aro what pcoplo are satisfied
to rost upon, and thoy will, for it,
pass by everything elso. A man who
is known to possess that oharaotor
will bo trusted by people who theoreti
cally disagree with his opininns soon
er than a man who is theoretically
in harmony, but slippory in oharacter.
"iMott porsons have secret doubts
about abstract propositions. All know
what an unbroakably honest man is, and
when ho is found his hold upon those
who aro within his oirole is tho most
substantial inoident of sooial lifo in
any civilization. In a business oom
munily ho is rated I igbcr than a gon
iusor n prince, and among tho farmers
ho is tho polar star of every onward
movemont To convict him of minor
faults only brightens tho greater qual
ity. To bo wrong now and then with
evidont honesty draws men olosor to
"So Gloreland regains his following,
and is tho foruo whioh stands before
tho politics of both parties, invulnora
bio, indissoluble nnd immovable."
"Oh, that mine onomy would
write a abook." said Col. Sol
omon several hundred years
ago. Letter writting, however,
will accomplish tho sauiu onds. Vide
Johnny aliifilln Ciun.
St. Louis, Feb. 12. A Smith & Wes
son revolver, n romantic young man a
somewhat smaller calibre, and a hand
some youns,' lady, with a big policemai
in tho background, wore tho dramati.
persona of a thrilling scene at 101 Soutl
The romnntic young man was Join
McCuo, a railroad employe residing iv
1111 Chestnut street. Tho woman ii
tho case was Miss Winnie Ryan, and tin
policeman was Officer Quigley. It np
pears from the story of Oflicor Quiglej
that Mr. Medic, being enamored of tin
charms of Miss Ryan, and having dis
covered to his sorrow that tho course oi
truo love never did run smooth, pur
chimed the itbovo mentioned revolver
and with it invaded tho domicile of hit
lie did not attempt to shoo.
Miss Ryan with it. Ho had i
better scheme than that. II
thrust tho weapon into Miss Ryan'i
hands, dropped down on one knee (just
liko they do on the stage) nnd vowec
with great fervor, and with his hand or
his heart, that Miss Ryan must eithei
marry him or fire a leaden bullet through
his manly bosom, as ho could not hvt
without her. Mis-s Ryan, instead of ac
cepting either alternative, screamed
nnd, dropping tho weapon, ran out intt
tho stieet and almost into the arms ol
Officer Quigloy. Sho let fall a few in
cohorent words about a man and gun in
side, and the officer marched in, collarec
tho romantic young man and tho gun
nnd escorted them to tho Four Courts
A charge of breach of tho peace was
placed against young McCuo in the First
district police court, but Miss Ryan did
not appear to psoiecuto, and tho cast
was dismissed. McCue is said to bo still
mourning over tho failure of his in
genious scheme to force tho young lad
San Fii.vnci.sco, Feb. 12. Marion Fled
peth, the noted Missouri desperado,
wanted in St. Louis for connection with
the Glendalo, Mo., train robbery, was
arrested at the postoffice by Captain
Lee and detectives. Uedspeth was taker
to Captain Leo's office, where two re
volvers, a roll of greenbacks, aggre
gating $300, $200 gold and a numbei
of diamond rings and other jowelry,
were found on him. Uedspeth took his
arrest goodnaturedly and said he was
willing to return to St. Louis without
requisition papers. The detectives hatl
information that Hedspoth was in town
and suspected ho was in communication
with friends in tho east, determined to
lay in wait for him at tho postoffico and
surpriso him when he called lor his mail.
Tho watch was kept for weeks.
Tho Americans lliitc-lu-reil.
Ex Paso, Tex., Fob. 12. News has
just reached this city of a double mur
der committed by uuknown parties
seven miles north of here. A Mexican,
1' rancisco JUnrrans, in driving a herd oi
mules down from New Mexico, stopped
at an old adobe building to rest, and
looking insido tho door beheld tho dead
bodies of two Americans, unknown td
him. Tho bodies were naked and covered
with blood, and ho becamo frightened
and made haste for town to report hie
horrihlo discovery without further in
vestigation. The coroner and county
officers have gone to tho sceno. Somt
boliovo tho murdor to have been dono by
ronegado Indians, who are reported oil
the Mcscaloro reservation.
El, Paso. Tex., Fob. 11. Tho Central
Hotel burned to tho ground at -1:30 thw
morning. Tho building was insured foi
fOO.000 and tho furniture for $35,000.
Loss on furniture fully covered, but not
on building. The protierty was owned
by Judge Crosby and Colonel Ausou
Mills of tho United States army.
A Mtirilon-r Kulcldi-H.
Marsiiau.towk, la., Fob. 12. Sam
Kelly, railroad engineer, shot Julia
Long, a teacher in tho city school here.
Ho then committed suicido with u ro
volvor in his boarding house. Tho lady
is not fatally injured. Kelly dlod in
stantly. A lovo affair caused th
Icft po or lonoU-tH.
MEinniAN, Miss., Fob. 12, Fifty con
victs escaped fiom tho county farm.
They were pursued by bloodhounds, but
took to tho wator and escaped.
Dr. P. L Price of Florence, Ala., on
a tour of Texas, is in tho city and
will remain for some das.
Now is tho chance to buy lots in
Eat Waoo; tho Kirkpatriek addition
is tho most desirable pl&co in East
Tho Ilobson lino runs to tho Waoo
Greenhouso Hth and Barron street.
An immooBO spot on the sun ib visi
ble to the naked oyo. It is on the
south limb of tho orb and is probably
tho coalesocnce ol a sorics of spots
which wero visible through a toloscopo
last month. The prcsont spot is of
prodigious size into which the wholo
earth might bo droppod. It is plainly
scon through a piece of smoked lass.
A piece of glass may bo smoked even
ly over a lamp by moving the glass
constantly so as to spread tho smoke
Tho lots in tho Kirkpatriok addition
aro the ohoapest ever offered in Waoo.
Goldstein & Migel are moving into
tbeir own building and Lewine Bros,
aro moving into that boing vacated by
Buy a lot in East Waco and got' a
homo. Lots in tho Kirk patriot addi
tion aro high, dry, healthy and cheap.
Don't fail to seo the great spot on
the sun. Spots visible with naked
ees do not como oiton in a person's
Road the ad ol cheap lots in tho
Kirkpatrick addition to Waoo. There's
millions m it.
The prospoot for a big fruit orop
this year is very flittering. Barring
a heavy freeze, whioh every day bo
comes more improbablo, tbe crop will
bo an immenso one.
Tho show windows of the great dry
goods stores aro beginning to bud and
bloom with tho fabrics that bloom in
tho spring, tra la.
Tho Provident building is filling up
rapidly and iho great halls aro echoing
with tho tread of business feet.
The Ilobson lino runs to tho Waco
Greenhouse Mth and Barron street.
Mr. N. II. Gebhard, who has beon
absent from the city for more than a
year, has returned for good and is re
ceiving a hearty wolcome from a host
Judge G. B. Gerald hid tho mis
fortune to loso his pot pointer yester
day. The pretty animal was run
over by an eleotrio oar on Fourth and
Washington streets. This is tho fourth
fine dog tho judge has lost by the oars.
Tho Ilobson lino runs past tho
Smoked Eels is tho latest bon-bon,
whioh W. K. Fink & Co. aro offer
ing to tho epicures of tho city. Why
not, Waco is as good as anybody.
The street oar scrvioo is ono of the
best in the United States by tho con
census of all travelers.
The steam launch, boing built by
Batholemow & Kivett, is going to be
a beautv. and will navicato the Bar-
zos from Waoo to the mouth.
Iho holo in tho sun is over 450,000
miles aoross and 10,000 deep.
Tho greon grass is springing up all
ovor the prairies, early flowers aro
blooming in tho gardens and tho song
of birds will soon be hoard in tho land.
Mrs, Maud Lord Drake of Boston,
Mass., who is tbe guest with her hus
band of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Duproo,
is a lady world renowned in tho higher
olano of Sniritualism. Her husband
is a gentleman of wealth and promi
nence, ana n is under pressure from
tho elite of Waoo that Mrs. Drako has
consented to dolivcr two lectures, in
Waoo. Tho first leoture at tho city
hall will take plaoo on Sunday after
noon at 2:30 p. m. The subjoot will
bo tho History and Philosophy of
Ancient and Modern Spiritualism. It
will bo roploto with interest to learned
and unlearned. Tho looturo will bo
followed by a thrilling desoriptivo
Scanoe with tests of the palpablo pres
ence of spirits and Psyohromanoy and
diagnosis ot disease. xnoBo sceptical
in matters of spiritualism are espe
cially invited to this most celebrated
exponent of spiritualistio philosophy
in America, Tho leoture will be a rare
treat to b.olieycrs and an opportunity
to unbelievers to hear tho vindioation
of that faith by one of its greatest
living expononta. A small admission
feo will bo charged at tho door to do
fray expenses and any surplus if any
is given to somo 6ohool. Our citi
zens should without reference to bo
lief turn out to hear tho learned and
interesting leoture of this eminent lady.
FREE 5 FREE
Don't forget to Ask for the
CONSUMERS TAKE NOTICE.
That every Cash Purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any Mcrchast
whose name appears below entitles you to a FIVE PER CENT SCRIP,
which they will accept for FIVE CENTS on every
Gash Puf chase of One Dollar
And take SPECIAL NOTICE, that the Mctchants who belong to this
Association aro the most wido-awake and keep the Best Selected Stock of
Goods, and their Prices are the LOWEST.
Goldstein & Migel, Dry Goods.
C P. Smith, Wall Paper
Old Corner Drug Store, Drugs.
W. M. Ragland & Son, Jewelers.
Alf. Herbelin, Harness.
Geo. E. Ames, Books and Stationery.
Mrs. B. J. Doss, Millinery.
All these neonlo are rushinn- tn J.
Chas.Kast's old stand, G08 Austin
unnuiatca bugar 20 pounds for $1, and other goods at prices novor be
fore heard of. r
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106,000
J. B. MaI.lHDON. President.
W. D. LACY,
O. B. niQUlNSON,
nrrSSnh atVnt nbnuker?' 'lrohan',,. '"KW", mechanics an 1 other olaisea aollolted. W
E?nnJS?iB,tfilfV.t,0,'n.81 "530n s largo ono. Wogtvaparaonat and ipeoUl attenttoi
rmth7n Bioanjc bought and .old 9.
auuieprinolpBlrolntRof the United Btatea and Europe.
Manfactm ers 1
Aieinnaro'B Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure Spioes.
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend CoMbe.
Moore Bros' White Wine and Applo Vtneyar.
Moore Bros' Pure Cider.
Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's btislnosw earo now prepared to 1111
orders promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to mak
Waoo a Great Manufacturing Centro.
MO:EX0r9 3EIvXJ2I2: JE or Ste Co.
WACO, : : : : TEXAS.
FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.:::; i i
: ' ' ' ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
OPFJOK UNDKU nOTBZ BOYAS, '
Consumer's and Merchants'
Harrison & Co. Hardware.
R. T. Dennis & Bro., Furniture.
Gabcrt & Bro., Tailors.
Love & Co., Music.
W. K. Finks & Co., Groceries.
J. L. Bergstrom, Photographer.
Vi T.ni?Trvtc vi?nr mnrr a-nfsrin
J.-T. DAVIS, Vloo-proetdent.
J. E. PABKKa,
THOS. P. ABKEL,
L B. OLA.OK, Oaablir
Mooro Bros' Flint Candy.