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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 24 i892
waco rim: uiji'ahtmknt.
Locution of Tiro Alarm lloxcfc.
4 Fifth Ward Firo Station strike nu
5 Corner flih and Austlu " mtl
0 4th " " linn
" 7 Central Firo Station " mmi
" 8 Weft Knd Fire Station " llllini
" IS forcer 14 h and 'ahlnston " i-m
"14 ' Mil and MalboronRh " i-ihi
"15 " Bthand Columuos " I mil
"10 " stliandJacHon " l-imil
"17 " 4th and Webster " i-iniin
"as ' 8th nnd Cleveland " ii-iim
". " Mh and Speight " n niui
"27 " Cthand WaMilngton " ii-iiiuii
" 35 Knjnl Hotel 5th ami Franklin " in mil
" JO Woolon Kills nth nnd Mary m-ilitll
" 37 Corner Hth and Jefferson ' lll-llillll
All boxci uumbeied above 8 strikes ttinss
Box 13 strikes 1 and Mops, then strikes 111
inaklnn Box U, then rcpoats four times.
Box 25 striken 11 and stops, tlion strikes Hill
luakllig Box 25 aid so on
DIHBCTION9 KOIt OIVINO ALA11M.
Keys will bo fonnd In rcldonces on each coi
ner whore boxes are located Open Firo Alarm
Boxes and pull llook down and let go. Leave
key in box ,
Turn aliirm In only for tires. 1000 tine for
blow tapping of hells signify company
Seiond Friday In each month eaih box is
tapped twlco, testing boxes and circuit lino
When alarm of Urals glvej the Firo Depart
ment has the right or way on nllitreets. All
vehicles must drive near tho sidewalk nnd keop
KV?ay from the lire, fi 00 lino for runniug ovor
Iteport of any careless driving going to or
from fires by the Fire Department will be
thankfully received by tho Uiler, as fast uud
eareless driving is strlckly forbidden.
Big Muddy! Big Muddy! Big Muddy
EGAN! KG AN I EG AN!
Joo Lehman ib tho most popular ros
taurant man in Texas. His plaoc
117 South Fourth stroot.
It only take two dollars a month
to pay for a share in tho City Savings
Joe Lohman's ior loo oream and
oonfeotionorios 117 South Fourth
S. H. Clifford, New Casscl, Wis ,
was troubled with Neuralgia and
llhoumatism, bis Stomach was dis
ordered, his Liver was afleoted to an
alarming degreo, appetite fell away,
and ho was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Throo bottles ot Eleo
trio Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Hurrisbury, 111.,
had a running soro on his leg of eight
years' standing Used threo bottles
of Electio Bitters and seven boxes of
Buokleu's Arnica Salve, and his leg is
sound and well. John Speaker, Ca
tawba, 0., had five largo Fever sores
on his leg, doctors said ho was inoura
bio One bottle Electric Bitters and
ono box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
him entirely. Sold by V. B. Morri
son & Co., Drug Sioro.
Tho best restaurant in town, Joe
Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth
Fortunos and great institutions are
built up by gathering up and aggro
gating small sums of money, as is
done in the City Savings Bank. By
tho presont method of paying it in,
any man or woman oan pay for a few
shares of stook.
A Sure Curo for Piles.
Itohing Piles are known by mois
ture like perspiration, oausmg intense
itohing when warm. This form as
well as Blind, Bleeding or Protrud
ing, yield at onco to Dr. Boeanko's
Pile Romedy, which aots dirootly on
parts effeoted, absorbs tumors, allays
itohing and effeots a permanent oure.
50 ots. Druggists or mail Ciroulars
frco. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St ,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B.
Morrison & Co.
1 13 ' ! n " I n new DOok and pe-
8iU L.U E-Uriodioal store will
will bo oponed up at 401 Franklin
street, where lovers of Literature,
Music and Art will find all tho peri
odicals foreign and domostio, latest
novels, Bheot music and all the Tra-La-La's
of a popular house. Keep
your eyo on the placo and your mem
ory on the number of 0. T. Ilidloy's
M. K- & T
To Hew Orleans and Return on
jVIafdi : Gras.
Tiokots on Bale February 28 and 2o,
pood for return passage 10 days from
date of sale. For maps, folders, sleep
ing car accommodations, tiokets or
any information, please call on or ad
press, J. E. SMITH,
Ticket Agent M. K. and T. Iiy., No
South Fourth street, Waco,Tox
AUK GOING FOR HILL
COMMENTS ON THE SENATOR'S
SUCCESS AT ALBANY.
I'ri (llellmi Tim! tlin Kniplii' Mnto'n Ar
t Ion Will lluw I.lttlc Weight 111 till!
Oiitcoitu- Mr. WutU-i'Miii fin IiiIiii CI.
New Yohk, Fob. 21. Tho Herald
sas "Hill 1ms handled tho situation
with coniuiniiiate tactical hhiowdnesM.
Ho holds Now York state, oi at least ho
thinks ho does, in his list. Yostei day's
convention emphasized tho fact that
New Yoik stato is ery b.ully t-plit. Hill
has the machine without a doubt, but a
very laio number of Democrats are yet
to be coiiMiiced ho has tho people. Tho
paity of tho state has a veiy bitter feud
on its hands and tho aggressive policy of
Hill has excited it degieo of exposition
which renders the voto in Novoinber un
certain for himself or Ule eland. A
western man who had nlo tho respect
of tho people, a man like Watterson, for
instance, with Hill for second place,
would bo certain to carry Now York
and tho country. Tho Democrats of tho
stato who aro now divided into factions
and losing no opportunity to knife each
other would unite on such a ticket and
ca,rry the banner to undoubted victory. "
Tho "World says: "Senator Hill had a
delegation from ono state but there aro
forty-tin eo states yet to be heaid from,
even in two months from now the real
fight for tho nomination will be h.udly
Tho World antagonizes Hill though
out its editorial.
The Tribune bays: "The anti-Hill
movement is rapidly gaining strength
and litis already become serious enough
to bo called faction. It was lathei lato
in making itself manifest and the influ
ential and upiight who .tie concerned
need not wonder that the gpneral pnblio
cannot understand how it happens that
dec-en. Demociats, who weie not excited
at all by the stiong conspiracy . weienot
itself dreadfully moved because the con
vention was held rather eaihei than is
customaiy. Then indignation against
Hill does them credit but it is rather be
lated and is open to criticism of lacking
a first rate moving cause. However, if
they only ha o necessary courage and
wisdom the anti-Hilhtes cau atone for
tho past by making tho most of their
present oppoitumties. If they forced
tho lighting they can tmuklj destioy
bun as a presidential possibility."
Tho Tunes hay: "Almost and at the
worst Mr. Hill's com ention can sei vo
only as a hiudiance to the nomination of
Mr. Cleveland. That it will sorve as an
eilectne hiudiance we do not believe,
and a revelation of Democratic senti
ment m all p.uts of the countiy dimin
ishes every day doubt upon that point.
That tho work of this com ention with
its body of lnstiuctcd delegates will lead
to the nomination of Mi. Hill for pi evi
dent is n motion too ausurd to bo con
sidered for a moment Tho Democratic
com ention at Chicago will not nominate
Mr. Hill. It conceivably may go west
for its candidate or south or to the Paci
fic coast. If it conies east or to New
York it will come for a man bettei
known nnd moie resected than David
Jcksov, Miss., Feb. 21. The Repnb
lic.m com ention to send delegates to tho
national convention at Minneapolis met
here. The fight between Bruce, register
of deeds, and Lynch, fomth auditor of
tho treasury, on one side, and James
Hill, postmaster at Vicksburg, and A.
T. Wimbeily, internal revenue collector,
on the other, was furious from the start.
Brace and Lj nch had possession of the
committees and the Hill men claimed tho
roll excluded many Hill delegates f i oni
tho big Republican counties on fnvolous
Tin secretary of the suite committee
announced J. M.Matthews for temporal y
chairman. Tho Hill men nominated W.
Before the lesult was announced a
row broke out, caused by the exclusion
of Hill delegates from Hinds and other
counties, and Mnllison was picked up
and put on the stand. Matthews also
appeared at tho eamo time and both pie
sided. Tho convention is a perfect bedlam.
Both have appointed committees on res
olutions and credentials and pandemo
nium reigns. Hill has a huge majority
ot individual delegates.
Wattersun'H 111. 1st.
Louisville, Feb. 21. Mr. Watteison
in tho Louisvillo Cornier-Journal
says: "Mr. Cleveland is no longer a pos
sibility. His selection as a Democratic
standaul bearer would bo on tho part of
tho national Democracy an act of de
liberate suicide. Ho will not allow his
name to bo used." After reviewing
the woik m Albany and asking that
justice and fairness bo shown the au
thors of thu Hill movement because they
are all Demociats, Mr. Watterson says:
"To tho nomination, therefore, put for-
w.nd by the Demociats of tho Empiro
State wo ltniRt respectfully vote, nnd wo
otter as a substitute Hon. John Griffin
Caihsle of Kentucky, noxt in succession
to Grover Cleveland as tho leader and
embodiment of the great itsuo of leve
nno i ef oi in and in eminence of abilities
ui public semces and in jHNhonal mteg-
nty altogether worthy to wear his man
tle and entirely largo enough to fill it. "
SN FuvmIsCO, Feb. 21. Firo des
trojed n cm tut beating establishment
and match factory adjoining. Thiiteen
Chinese wero employed in tho match
factory. Two of them wero unable to
escape and wero burned to death.
Nouroi.K, Va., Feb. J.M. Tho schooner
Annie H. Fierce of Wilmington, Dol.,
went ashoio oft" Cape Hatteias and was
dii en upon rooks. Tho mate was in
stantly killed mid the captain boiiously
New Oui.hans, Feb. 21. Tho six-day
international go-as you-pleaso iedestrian
contest began in Washington at Artil
lery Hall at 10 o'clock, when starter,
J. B. Feagusou of laco course fame,
started tho contestants off on their joui
ney. A largo crowd was in attendance
and much enthusiasm was displayed
ovet the favorites. Tho scoio stands:
Heglemau, New Yoik, 85 miles 10
Cartwnght, England, 84 miles 9
Moore, Biooklyn, S-l miles 5 laps.
Glick, Philadelphia. 8-4 miles 13 laps.
Conners, England, 7!l miles 11 laps.
Bennett, Toionto, 78 miles 10 laps.
Golden, New York, 15 miles 10 laps.
Hart, (coloicd) Boston, 77 miles 2
Diey, England, 80 miles 11 laps.
Cox, Philadelphia, 05 miles 14 laps.
Rodney diopped out at 3'j miles.
Woith, 43 miles 11 laps.
Chandler of New Oilcans, 52 miles.
(lent 1 mil 1 1 list.
New Yohk, Feb. 21). The Tribune
publishes this: P. B. Armstiong, who
has gone to California to form a great
fruit trust, has publicly given an outline
of his pioiect. Tho investment is esti
mated at 500,000,000. to be divided into
slinics of $11)0 each, piopnetors of land
to bo entitled to subscribe m pioportion
to the value of their property bears to
the v hole. It is proposed to issue a first
moitg.ige bond, bearing not to exceed 8
per cent, inteiest, lcdeemablo if desired
by the corporation after ten ears, and
paj ablo in thn ty.
This plan, it is computed, would givo
tho f ruit-gi owers of California fioui i?15,
000.000 to j.20,000,000 to enlargo their
pioduct. It is also proposed to have tho
stocks and bonds listed on the New York
Stock exchange. Mr. Aimstrong points
out that the plan ould equalize returns
to prod uceis when certain sections suf
feied f lorn drought, wet or vermin.
Kliiiiiiont Dick llulili.iiil.
NkwOulkv.ns, Feb. 21. The Trans
niis&issippi commercial congiess opened
in the St. Charles Theatre. Chairman
A. K. Miller called the meeting to order.
Rev B. M. Palmer delivered tho open
ing prayer, and nf ter an address of wel
come by Governor Francis Nichols,
Chairman Miller introduced ex-Governor
Hubbard of Texas, who alluded feelingly
to the link which bound Texas and
Louisiana in tho war. He said Texas
was interested in rapid transit and
deeper harbors on the gulf. He spoke of
tho appropriations to eastern harbors
and rivers and thought too long had the
great west and south been neglected.
Tho appropriation to Texas was but tho
entering wedge to future appropriations.
Ho said that in 10 years from today
Texas would stand beside Pennsylvania
snd possibly New York.
Slexii n'n I.utest Claim.
Benson, Ariz., Feb. 2. Considerable
comment has been aroused by tho stato
mont of a piominont Mexican official of
the Stato of Senora, Mex., en louto from
ncnnosillo to the City of Mexico, that a
resurvoy of the international boundary
line would throw sixty miles of Ameri
can soil into Mexican jurisdiction. This
change would include the large towns of
Tucson, Yuma, Tombstone, Nogalos,
Bisbee, Widox, Benson, Gila Bend and
many smaller ones, also San Diego, Cal.,
and as far north as San Juan and Capis
Ranch. An immense amount of valuable
mining propel ty w ould alo come under
the new deal; also, the entire line of tho
Southern Pacific railroad in Arizona.
St. Louis, Feb. S-l.At tho final in
formal conferenco of prominent prohibi
tionists Chaiiman Dickie and Miss Wil
lard united m n resolution to the effect
tho piohibition party could treat only
with political forces that declare for tho
samo principles. This, Miss Willard ox
plained, does not mtei fore with tho ef
f oi ts being earnestly put forth by her
self and other prolnbitiouista as individ
uals to secure such decimations from
the indtistriaLcoiifoience as may servo
as a basis of future united political
action among labor reformers and teni
Wasmnoton, Fob. 24. The president
has sent to tho beuate tho following
nominations: J. B. Gilbert, Oregon,
United States circuit judge of the ninth
circuit; Henry II. Smith of Miohi
gan, assistant register of treasury;
Churlea F. Roberts, collector of customs
at Humboldt, Cal.
TIia United States Dispensary Buys
that "Unions are a stimulant, diurotic
nnd expectorant; thoy increase the
appotito and dromoto dijostion." The
juico made into syrup as in Dr. Gunn'e
Onion Syrup, has a specifio action on
the throat, lunas and air passages, it
not only cures coughs, colds, croup
and consumption, but its stimulating
elfcct, BtrcngtlionB anc builds up the
system aftnrward. As a tonio and
restor tivo it has no equal. Wo so
licit a trial in tho mos olironio and
stubborn oases. Price 60ots. Sold by
V. B. Moirison & Co.
Tho Nnws Is not responsible for nor
will itpay any bills unless authorized
by u written or vorbal order from tho
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This Liniment is diiloient in compo
sition from any other Liniment on the
markot. It is a scientific discovery,
which results in its being tho most
penetrating Liniment ever known.
There aro numerous white imitations,
which may bo recommended becauso
they pay the idler a great profit. Be
ware of theso and demand Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It positively euros
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cuts,
Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, Sciatic and
Inflammatory Rheumatism, Burns,
Scalds Soro Feot, Contracted Muscle,
Stiff Joints, Old Sores, Pain in Baok,
Barb Wire (Juts, Soro Chopt, or throat
and is especially beneficial in Pa
ralysis. Sold by II, 0. Rishcr & Co.
tht hand that rooks the cradle ll tht
hand that rtzloi tho world.
The influence of a mother, the influence
of a sister, the influence of a wife. The
world fiels tins influence It shapes tht
destiny of men l'or a mother's bake, lor
a sister's sake, for a wife's Baku a man will
itriva to be honorable. He becomes am
bitious lie becomes sucettsful. Happy
the houehnl'l wheru the women folks are
j cheerful, contented, and happy. How
puauie tue notno 'wiero moiner, sisier, or
wife lies ill How grand the remedy that
Is suited to the ills of womanhood and that
will restore nervous, sickly, aching, de
spondent women to In tilth and strength.
Such a reuie'dj is Dr Joint Hull s 5area
parilla It is eminently the bet remedy
tor the we.ikucs.iej and ciistrcsa incident to
and following u condition of disordered
female funrtions It re h cs, strengthens,
and regulates the feminine constitution.
Mrs. Mary F. Wilkinson, Jackson, Tenn.,
"I v.&n o very health) uomnn before my
marriage, but dating trom a miscarriage,
my health not to lis ery litul. My complex.
Ion boetitiitj miMoh. 1 UPcuiue ntrous iin
leepleis; I crew thin and despondent. My
appetite wtw tickle, and w hat I nte laid llk
lend upon my Momueli. My habits were Ir
regular, and 1 sullured much pain. I used
prescriptions of several yood doctor, but
my ailments lncteastd A bearing down
fln about my lir.ek nnd lotim heemed as If
t rrould kill me I was xubject to frequent
headaebex and bilious utlacks. In this con
dition I bejan u use of Di. Hull's Barsapa
rllla. it seemed piecibcly suited to my
condition. Cery spoonful ieemed to go
to the right spot J soon fchowed great Im
provement, uud my friends rejoiced at my
returning bralth. 1 used It during the
monthb of March and April, and give it all
the credit for my present enjoj ment of life
and good health. It Is u boon to weak and
Nelly Divis, Helena, Ark., writes: "Dr.
Hull's bursaparlllu has lmproed nay health
wonderfull, also greatly liDi-rjed my
looks. I had eruptions on my in but they
have disappeared, and I vttn very weak,
with no appetite, and at times sutlered great
pain, but now I feel quite well again."
W Many a pale and sickly looking little
child has been saed by its good mother
giving It Dr. John Hull's Worm Destroyers.
They toiita good. Price 'ia cents.
ear Nothing makes a person feel so bod
as a touch ot chills and fever. Smith's Tonlo
Byrup Is pleasant to take, and cures this
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