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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 12 i892
WACO t'llti: DIH'AKTJIIiNT.
Locution of FIro Alarm lnxc..
Fifth Ward FIro Station ntrlket
5 ';ornor9 h Ami Austin "
6 " 4tl! ' " "
" 1 Central Klro station '
' ' g Weft Km! Fire Mtntlon "
" IS Cort.er 11 h a id Washington "
fith and Milboro lull '
8th aid Co uinbus "
Stli anilJnoson "
4th anil Webster "
8tlt nnd Ctcvolanil "
" Si Koyal llotol 6th a d franklin " ui-iiiii
UlUUUll M U-llll(Sluil
o wooion Aim mn anu aiary iii-iiim
" 37 Corner li th ami JoOTcrson ' lll-ll nil
All boxes numboied above 8 strikes tliuai
Hoi 13 strikes 1 anil flops, tlici strikes 111
maklm Hox 13, thon repeats four tlmis.
Box 23 strikes II and stops, then strikes UIIi
eking llox 10 a d so on.
DIttlCTIONS roil OIVINO AI.AHM .
Keys wll' be found In rcsltloncos on etch coi-
er where boxes are located Open FIro Alarm
Boxes and pall Hook down and let go. Leave
key In box.
Turn alarm In only for Urns. (10.00 fine for
Slow tapping of bolls signify company
eeeond Friday In each month ea-h box Is
Uppod twice, testing bnxea and circuit lino
When alarm of flrols give the Fire Dopart
menthas therltcbtof way on all (treats. All
vehicles mustdrlvenear the Bldenalkand keep
away from the Are. 95.0J flue for running over
Keport of any careless driving going to or
from Ares by the Fire Department will bo
thankfully received by the Ch'ef, b fast and
careless driving Is str ckly forbidden.
Big Muddy! Big Muddy! Big Muddy
EGAN! EG AN I EG AN!
Joe Lohman's for ioo cream and
confeotionorioB 117 South Fourth
.--., m m . ......
(Tho latest doeigns in ingrains
Thompson hangs thorn on common
walla with Bucoess.)
Joe Lohman is tho most popular res
taurant man in Texas. His plnoo
117 South Fourth street.
A. D. Adams & Bros..
Hard to Boat
Poaoh and Apple Cider Try me
I am good.
Sleeper, Clifton & Co. have added a
repairing department in connection
with their shoe store. All ropairing
of boots and shoos neatly done
Charges reasonable. Leave your
shoes to be halfsoled at Sleeper, Clif
ton & Co's,, corner of Fourth and
Wm. Timmons, Postrnsster of Ida
Tillo, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters
has dono more for mo thin all other
medioinen combined, for that bad
feeling arising from Kidney and Liver
trouble.'' John Leslie, farmer and
stockman, of same place, says: "Find
Electric Bitters to be tho best Kidney
and Liver medioine. mado me feel liko
a now man." J. W. Garc'nor, hard
ware merchant, sarao town, says:
Eleotrio Bitters is just the thing for a
man who is all run down and don't
oaro whether he lives or die, he found
now strength, good appetite and folt
just like he had a now leaso on life.
Only 50o. a bottle, at W. B. Morrison
& Co's , Druir Store.
M- K- & T-
To St. Louis and return on ac
count of National Convention of
Tickets on sale Fob. 18, 19 and 20,
good for return until Feb. 28. He
member tho M. K & T. is tho only
line running double daily trainB be
tween Waco and St. Louis with ele
gant reoliniog chair oars. Seats free,
and Pullman Sleepers through with
To New Orleans and Return on
jWardi s Gras.
Tiokots on sale February 28,'and 2o,
pood for return passage 10 duys from
dato of salo. For map, folders, sleep,
ing car accommodations, tiokets or
any information, please call on or ad.
dress, J. E. SMITH,
Tiokot Agent M. K. and T. By., No
I'-M South Fourth stieet, Waco, Tex.
7 "NT ltYilWIflY 7 AYHN
Jl IUJUjIW jiV.lUO.
REVOLUTIONISTS OF BKAZIL MARCH
ING UPON CUYABA.
One of the (Irriittil peiimliils Tlint l'.vor
Saw tho I.l!it of Diiy About to Hu Die
earthed III .Monti nil -Mm i About the
Nr.w Youic, Feb. 12. Tlio Herald has
tho following cablegram:
Rio Qrantle, Biazil Viscount Pelctai
has assumed command of tho province
of Rio Grande do Sul.
At Corumba tho gnnison deposed
Governor Afurtiuho and declared Cor
nmba tho capital of the state. They
nominated Dr. Rohr in his place. The
revolutionists aro now marching upon
tho city of Cuynba. Tho rebels in Santa
Cataliuo liavo deposed Governor Miller.
San Salvador Congress will meet on
Captain Rooke, of tho British warship
Champion, paid a visit to this city. Ilo
was accompanied by several of his otli
ccrs. President Ezeta entertained them
Rio Janeiro Tho minister of interior
Tlio yellow fever at tho Brazilian iorta
A Montreal Srundnl.
New York, Feb. 12. A Montreal
social says it is announced that tho Hon.
Thomas McGrevy has documents in his
possession proving that Sir John Mac
donald knew of frauds porpetiated in
tho Quebec harbor works, whereby sev
eral ministers received money ostensibly
for election purposes, whereupon Tarto's
paper, Lo Canadian, demands an inquiry
into recent charges preferred against Sir
Adolph Caiow and says there is no doubt
that almost all tho conservative members
who have sat in parliament for the last
twenty years have received mouoy from
McGiovy for elections. If McGrevy
proves that Sir John was connected with
tho frauds perpetrated to obtain inonoy
it will bo the greatest scandal that over
Eaw the light of day. Thieving will
havo been organized with system by the
actual leader of tho great party.
I'rrslilcut 3Iontt's Trip.
Nr.w York, Feb. 12. A Valparaiso
dispatch to the Herald says:
President Montt returned today to
Santiago from his tour through the
southern provinces of the republic. His
reception everywhere was of tho most
flattering character. He will leave tho
capital tomorrow for Valparaiso, where
all tho ministers havo temporary offices
during tho heated term. It is expected
that the tonus of the indemnity will bo
delivered in March with an order to
present tho same to congress at its
session in Aptil.
Tim Kiitrr'H Cutro.
London, Feb. 12. Four wrecking
steamers are lying alongside tho North
German Lloyd steamer Eider, stranded
on Atheriill ledge, Islo of "Wight, and
all aro taking the cargo from tho
wrecked vessel. The weathor is fine
and tho work of taking out the cargo is
proceeding rapidly. Despite the reports
circulated, it is tho opinion of many, in
cluding Captain Leister, inspector of
tho North German Lloyd Steamship
company, that tho hull of tho steamer Li
not very extensively damaged.
Rlcluiril Croker Kxourrutrtl.
Nkw Youk, Feb. 12. Tho Morning
Advertiser publishes an article in which
it says that a confession was made sev
eral days ago by a man known as "Ri
oter" Burke, who is now in tho last
stages of consumption, which exonerates
Richard Crokor, tho well known Tam
many chieftain, from tlio nhnvn-n of till
ing a man named McKcnna on election !
day 187-1. Croker at tho timo was pub-1
linlv nrnncpil nf lu fim.!. !.. m..irl
"Jimmy" O'Brien, his most bitter polit
ical rival. Ho was tried twico for tho
offense, but in both cases tho jury dis
agreed and the indictment was finally
whitewashed. Burke, it now appears,
called on Croker tho othor day, and
mado a statement to the effect that he
was a witness to tho murder. Ho al
leged that O'Brien and his crowd paid
his not to testify in Croker's behalf. Ho
now says if ho had testified at tho time
of tho trial ho could havo cleared Mr.
Croker. Tho name of tho murderer does
not appear in tho article, and it is there
fore impossible to say whether or not
Burko told Richard Croker who tho man
r .Illteil on Her VtVilitiii;; I)Uy.
Vai.vak.viso, ImU Feb. 12. Miss
Stella Haguo of Shrove, O., has filed a
breech-of-promiso suit for .3000 dam
ages in the circuit court against E. R.
Aylesworth, a boot and shoo mei chant
of this city. Tho two young people have
been lovers for govern) years. Dr. Sam
uel II. Haguo, tho fMhor, is one of tho
leading practitioners t Shrevo, and Miss
Stella is the belle of tho village. Young
Aylesworth is tho on of a wealthy
fanner. The oxpectant 'brido prepared
her wedding raiment and tho bridal
banquet was in preparation when a let
tor wns received from Aylesworth stat
ing that ho had changed his mind, as ho
found that ho could marry a young lady
in Valparaiso who was very wealthy.
Miss Hague was of couivo greatly cha
grined, but to ascertain i. hor recreant
lady in tho Hoosier state enclosing
iottl.rwijtt,.nl iyA ylosworth. She
by Aylosworth. She re
ceived in reply a modestly worded letter
giving tho infoimation that tlio writer
knew Aylosworth, hut that she had
never consented to wed him nor oven
considered him ns a suitor.
London, Feb. 12. At 11 o'clock this
morning an olive colliu containing tho
remains of Rev. Mr. Spurgeon was
taken from a catafalque in tho Taber
nacle upon which it had rested since
Monday night and convoyed to a hearso
in waiting. The procession started for
Norwood cometery where tho remains
will bo interred.
A FLURRY IN COAL STOCKS.
TVull Street tVux MaiiU Mini for Whllc
MiiKiiltutlii t-r Traimuetloii.
New Youk, Feb. 12. Tho stock ox
chnngo this morning resolved itsolf
practically into an exchange for Read
ing stock. Over ;J0O,O00 shares of this
stock wero traded in during tho first half
hour of busines. It is doubtful if tho
stock exchange over witnessed such a
sceno ns took placo at tho opening of
business this morning. Tho post where
dealers in Reading stock usually congre
gate is in tho Broad street wing of tho
room, but this morning tho mighty
crowd of brokers packed densely to
gether, overflowed tho usual limits of
the stock crowd and swallowed up in
their numbers a half dozen other crowds,
members of which had to go elsewhere
if they wished to trado in their social
stocks. Reading stock closed last night
nt fi3, but later the details of a big deal
by which tho company is to control
Jersey Central and Lehigh Valley wero
At tho drop of Chairman Mitchell's
gavel announcing the opening of busi
ness, tho 2d0 brokers gathered in tho
Reading group became liko so many ma
niacs. Such n hustling, pulling crowd of
men hns seldom been seen. Length of
limb nnd depth of voice enmo in good
stead this morning. Once in tho middle
of tho crowd it was impossible to get
out and trading went on at very differ
ent prices inside and on tho outskirts of
crowds. Tho stock opened in tho board
nt 574. Simultaneously sales wero mado
at f9 and in n few minutes 01 was
touched, an advance of 0 points since
"Wednesday and of 2!) points sinco this
day last week. Tho scene was pande
monium. It was a wilder, shouting,
struggling and shifting crowd than in
times of a panic. Tho excitement did
not flag scarcely through the day and
the brokers who had endmed tho ordeal
were oxhausted at the close of business.
Tho enormous interests in coal stocks
lead many "specialist" brokei-s who de
vote their attention to ono or two par
ticular stocks, to refuse to execute
transactions in their specialties. Tho
confusion was indescribable. It was a
day of tumult and excitement that ap
palled the oldest men in the street. Fig
ures nlotio will give some idea of tho
It must bo remembered that in days
of intense excitement and activity
tens of thousands of shares are bought
and sold which are never reported, so us
to be included in the official records. In
tho first two hours after the opening it
is estimated that about 000,000 shares
wero dealt in. That is a record rarely
made fora day; it has often been tho
record of a week. Total reported trans
actions for tho day amounted to 1,142,
910 shaie.s, or about tho capital stock
and one-half over. Fluctuations were
of tlio wildest kind and tho differences
of fractions between quotations weie
Itf-pulillcnn Mil or Ilcnnnril.
PiTTSiiuna, Fob. 12. Tho jury in tho
extortion case against Mayor James G.
Wyinun of Allegheny City brought in a
verdict of guilty on first and second
counts of the indictments. Mnyor Wy
inun, who was in court, turned deathly
pale when tho verdict wns announced
and had to bo carried to his seat by
friends. Ho had nothing to sa'. Tho
penalty on each count is ij.'JOO fine and
ono year's imprisonment, or both, at the
discretion of tho court. Tho court also
ordered his removal from ollico as a part
of tho punishment.
Hail 1'our IlusliuinU.
WiLicraiiAitKE, Pa., Feb. 12. Amizal
Williams, a woman with four husbands,
has been committed to tho county jail
on tho charge of bigamy. When Soth
Williams, husband No. -1, married the
woman ho thought sho was single. When
thoy quarreled tho wifo showed her hus
band four wedding rings, nnd sho said
sho should keep on adding to tho number
until sho got tho right man. This an
gered tho husband and ho sworo out u
warrant for her arrest.
Colin oil Combination.
LrnxuRocK, Fob. 12. Tho colored
peoplohavo formed an association for
mutual protection and filed articles
for a stock company. Tho capital
stock is ,$2,500,000, and is divided in
100,000 shares of $25 each. Leading
colored men of Littlo Rock aro at tho
head of tho movement and the association
will bo national and its object is to es
tablish and ojiorato business houses for
colored people. W. H. Leo ami W. B.
Wine aro president and secretary.
lover told tho truth wrote to tho
If you want a clerk, book keeper, office
man, salesman, butler, cnand boy,
porter, or a mechanic of any kind,
the quickest way to obtain him is to
advertise in the Cheap Columns of
The - JNfews.
If you want a servant, cook, nurse,
seamstress, housekeeper or any
other female help, you an always
obtain the very best by advertising
in the Cheap Columns of
The - Wews.
If your house, fiat, room, store, build
ing or stable is vacant, you can a 1
most invariably obtain a satisfac
tory tenant by making the fact known
through the Cheap Columns of
The - News.
If you have city, suburban or coun try
real estate for sale, to leaso or ex
change for real estate, you can pret
ty surely find a buyer or
through the Cheap Columns of
The - News.
If you have a dry goods, boot and
shoe, hardware, grocery; millinery
or any other kind of business for
sale, or if you want to buy one, it
will be to your best interest to an
nounce the fact in the j,Cheap
The - News.
Business notices of all kinds are cer
tain to bring about the veiy best re
sults when inserted in the Cheap
The - News.
The cost for this class of advertising
;sA ny ONE .CENT A
WORD taoh insertion, and,
compared tc the results you obtain,
is a mere trifle. Suppose, for an
experiment, you try an ad. in the
Cheap Columns of
The - News.
Estimating an average of five readers
to every copy of The News sent
to subscribers, the number of read
ers of each daily issue of The
HUT Jl 1 DO
(SHRINK AT ED HATTON'S
PACIFIC BAR, where
nothing but absolutely Pukk Liq.
uoks and Finkst oi' Winus are
offered customers. A full stock
Spanish Hand-made Cigars.
Mrs. Mioiikcl Curtuin, Plainfiold
III., makes the statement that she'
oaught eold, which settled on her
Lungs; sho waB treated for a month
by hor family physician, but grow
worse. lie told her she was a.honchn
vii'tlm of consumption and that no
medicine could oure her. Her drug,
gist suggested Dr. King's Now Ois
covery for Consumption; sho bouht
a bottlo and to her delight found her
self benefited from tbo first dose.
She continued its use and after taking
ton bottles, found herself sound and
woll, now does her own houBowork
and is as well ns sho over Mas. Frco
trial bottles of this Groat Disoovery
at W. B. Morrison & Co's. Drug Store,
large bottles 50c. and $1.00.
To the Ladles.
Mrs. F.J. Sullivan has rotnovod he
dressmaking establishment to 501) 1-2
Austin avenue, up-stairs over tho
"Leader,'' where sho will bo glad to
see her patrons and friends.
Items and coruuiunlcutlouB intended
tor this department should bo sent to
No. 309 North Twelfth stroot or tele
phoned to No. 30. on or boforo Friday
aftornopii of each week, In order to
receive proper attention. Nows
notes recoived after 10 o'olock Satur
day morning cannot appear until the
next wook, howover much wo may
regrot the delay.
Mrs. Miohael Curtain, Plainflold,
111., makes the statement that sho
oaught cold, which settled on her
lungs; sho was treated for a month by
her family physician, but grow worse.
Ilo told her she waB a hopeless victim,
of consumption and that no modioine
could ouro hor. Her druggist sug
gested Dr. King's New Disoovery for
Consumption, sho bought a bottle
and to her delight found herself bene
fited from first dose. She continued
its uso and after taking ten bottles,
found herself sound and well, novt
does her own housework and is as
well as sho ever wns. Freo trial bot
tles of this Great Discovery at W. B.
Monisou & Co's , Drug Store, large
bottles 50o. and $100.
Contentment at Homo Lottos?
than Itlohcn Abroad.
As the erening uliudows darken mora
deeply the gluniuerini; twilight of n mid
winter day, the curtains are drawn, the
nutters closi-d, tho Limps aro lit, the coil
In the grate piled higher, the e.isy chair
drawn nearer to the open lire, and th
queenly wife, with her beauteous babe in
her arms, uw.-iuh the coming of her hus
band anil jiruicctiir The children, too,
aMt a f.itlu-r's coining with eager apr;
tites, for well they know his arrival will
signal the riniti of the supper bell.
How warm and plcue.mt it is indoors thii
clear, cold night. What enjoyment of
peace and rontctitinent hovers around the
Mmlly firu-ido. Ah I hero is happiness.
Ifat here comes l'u, his features lit up
with a kindly smile, bentnth which, how
ever, cJn bo seen a trace of suffering.
Overwork, care and anxiety is breaking
down his constitution IIu don't sleep
well, he don't rut well, ho don't feel well.
Ills atomich feels weak, his kidneys feel
lore, hn urhes all over. So, he says he
don t want any supper, says he eels tired
and will go to bed. Alas, he i.s a sick
man. Tim morning finds him too ill to
go to his ollico, a doctor is sent for, sayi
he needs rest, ami needs it badly. Bays
he needs a good tonic Recommends Dr.
John Hull's .arsaparilla. Knowb the com
position of this lemedy, and advises nil
piftient against taking any other. He
uses this remedy, quick! v recuperates, and
every ono is happy. When you feel weak
and debilitated, When your system cravei
a tonic, when eating gives you distress and
your digestion causes pain, when your
back aches and your kidneys teem to be
wasting away, take Dr. John Hull's Sarsa
parilla and it will give you health and
Edward V, Mniinlnt;. Newport, Ky.,wrltee
"For a year my health hud been falling.
tost tlesh and strength. My welghtdecreaiefl
from 180 lbs. to US lbi. I siillered excruciat
ing rmtn In my back and loins, and rheu
matism In ray left leg mado me a cripple.
I was advised to try lir. Hull's SarRnparflla,
and used In all about tan bottles. I'rom the
tart I gained in ileghand Improved In every
way. Now again I feel once more myself
I sincerely bullove it saved my life."
WNcglectlneachlld troubled with worm
li cruel. Olve It Dr. John Hull's Worm De
stroyers. They taste good, are safe, and only
i. IT A. . ... an ..I.. fl-nata
nip cured tne of chills and fever." 0. D.
arke, Frankfort, llo.
John D. Park & Sons, WhoUtaU Agent,
kU. 177 and 17W Sycamore St., Cincinnati. 9.