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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 5 i892
WACO l'lllK IHU'AUTJJIKNT.
Flro Alarm Itoxc.
4 Fifth Ward F'to Station strike
6 Corner Ddi and Anstla "
, 6 .. 4th .. .
" 7 Central Tiro Htatlon ,"
8 West End Klre motion "
" 13 Oorccr 14 li nnd nlungton '
"14 " Mil and Malborocigh "
" g ' Stliatid Coiumutu "
'16 " 8th and Jackson "
'17 " 4th and WebBtor "
"23 ' 8th -.nil Cleveland "
SO " Bthand8PclRht "
n7 ' ntimnd WBhlmrlon "
" 38 Koyal Hotel Bth a d Kranklln
' m Woolen Villa ltti and Mary "
37Corner ntli a'lUdelierson iii-iiuiij
All hoxen numheiod above 8 strikes tliust
Box 13 strikes 1 and Hope, then strikes 111
niaklnc llox 13, thou ropeats four times.
Box 3S strikes 11 and stoi8, then strikes Hut
making Itox 25 ai d so ou.
ninBOTIOKS VOU OIVINU AI.A11M .
Keyc wll' ho found In rcldonces on each coi
ner whore boxex are located Open Flro Alarm
Boxes and unit Hook down and lot go. Leave
key in box
Turn alarm In only for tires. 110.00 fine for
f.ilao alarms. . ,
blow tapping of bolls signify company
Sc'ond Friday In each month each box Is
taliped twice, teetlnc boxcB and circuit lino
When alarm of firalgplve I ho Flro Depart
ment hBB the rlRht or way on nllftreets. All
vehicles must drive near the sidewalk and keep
away from the flro. $5.00 fine for running ovor
hoso. . , , , .
Keport or any careless driving going to or
from Ores by the Flro Department will be
thankfully received by tho Chief, as fnst and
careless driving la stnckly forbidden.
Try Egan's 5 j lump coal.
Tho beat restaurant in town, Joe
Lobman's, No. I 7 South Fourth
Fishing taokle of ovory description
with full stock of huntors supplie
H. B. A 1BOLDS.
Joo Lohman la tho most popular ros
tourant man in Texas. His plaoo
117 South Fourth street.
Pure and white lara at 9 cents
por pound in ton pound cane at Call'
ten's, corner Fifth and Franklin.
Everybody goes to Joo Lenman'E
when thoy want a good meal, or iie
This romedy is becoming so well
known and bo popular as to noed no
spcoial mention.' All who have used
Electric Bitters sing tho Bame song of
praise, A purer raodioino does not
oxist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed. Elcotrio Bitters will
cure all diseases of tho Liver and
Kidneys, will removo Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum and othor affeotions caus
ed by impure blood. Will drive Ma
laria from tho Bystem and prevent as
well as euro all Malarial fevers. For
cure of Headache, Constipation and
Indigestion try Eleotrio Bitters En
tire satisfaction guaranteed, or money
refunded. Price 50 ots., and $1.00
por bottle at W, B. Morrison & Go.,
Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills on
aocount of their mild action aro espo
oially adapted for oorrooting spring
disorders, such as impure blood, tired
brain and aching and worn out body.
Thoy act promptly on tho Liver and
Kidneys; drive out all impurities from
tho blood, and malaria from tho sys
tem. Only ono Pill for a Doso. Try
them this spring. Sold at 25 oontsa
box by W. B. Morrison & Co.
A Sound Liver JMakes a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Constlpatedand
troubled with Jaundlre SfckHead
aoho, Bud Taste in Mouth, Filn
Broath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in
Back and botweon the Shoulders,
Chills and Foyer, &o. If you have
any of those symptoms, your Jjiver Is
out of order your blood is slowly
being polsonod, because your Liver
doos not act properly. Herbinr will
cure any disorder of the LIver,Blom
aoh orBowels. It has no equal as a
Liver Medloine. Price 76 cents. Free
sample bottlo atH. O. Eisner's Drug
Eagan has tbo best cheap coal in
the market at $5.50 per ton.
A J. Leslie for first-class watoh
clock and jowelry repairing. Same
building with II. E. Ambold Anstin
TOWS FOR WOMEN.
It Strengthens the Weak, Quiets the
Nerves, Relieves Monthly
Suffering and Cures
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST ABOUT IT.
S1.00 PER BOTTLE.
CHATTANOOGA MED. CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
WW ; 1
I " " s
GREEK MEETS GREEK
SPEAKER CRISP AND MR. REED CROSS
In tho Hiitio A I'urllninciitnry Colloquy
Which In Apt mom or llcturt llni 'o Prec
edent In tlm 1'renunt Si-stlun (Juration ill
Washington, March C Greek mot
Greek in tho house, and for tho brief
bpaeo of live imimtes a parliamentary
colloquy was witnessed, which in npt
nosB of retort had no precedent in the
present session. On one side was Speaker
Crisp and on tho other ex-Speaker Reed.
As might naturally bo presumed, the
vexed question of a quorum and tho le
gal significance of this term was the ob
ject of tho controvert.'.
The entire day hud been consumed in
the desultory consideration of unimpor
tant private bills, and Mr. Kilgoro of
Texas made n motion that tho house
take a recess until 8 o'clock. On the di
vision tho vote stood S5 to 8-1.,
Mr. Enloo demanded tollers, and thoy
being "refused," raised tho point that nc
"The gentleman from Tennessee," said
tho speaker, "makes tho point that nc
quorum voted on tho motion to take a
recess. The chair will have to appoint
"Tho gentleman does not make tha
point of no quorum," interposed Heed.
"Ho makes the point, 'no quorum
"Under the rules of tho house, and
under the present administration of tht
house," said tho speaker, "gentlemen are
not present unless they vote." Applause
ou the Democratic side,
"That shows, Mr. Speakor, thero ha
been a new system adopted since tho lasl
congress," was Reed's reply.
"That shows tho present occupant ol
the chair will endeavor to enforce th
rules of tho house as they now exist," re
tortcd tiio speaker.
"Nevertheless, Mr. Speaker," quickl
replied tho ex-sjxjakcr, "tho observation
I mado was entiroly correct, namely:
the point the gentleman from Tennessee
mado was, no quorum voted, while tho
speaker states tho point he mado wa3
'no quorum.' My observation, notwith
standing tho retort of tho chair is en
"Perhaps it is," said tho speaker, "Tint
it is entirely out of order-" Democrati :
"It is entirely correct," persisted Mr.
Reed, "and therefore tho chair had no
right to make such remarks."
"Tho gentleman is correct, but at the
samo tinio out of order," observed the
"He was entirely in order when
he called the attention of tho chair to
"Tho chair thinks not."
"Entirely in order," persisted Mr.
"Tho chair thinks tho gentleman en
tirely out of order," reiterated tha
speaker. "There is no occasion forsuch
a roply. The point was made, not by
tho gentleman from Maine, but some
body else made the point of no quorum.
The chair entertained the point, where
upon the gentleman from Maine made
"And thereupon," interposed Mr.
Reed, "I said to tho chair the gentleman
made tho point of no quorum voted and
the chair stated it to bo a point of no
quorum, which is a different proposi
tion, and I had a right to call tho atten
tion of the chair. Tho chair had no
right to make such a retort oven it were
supported by disorderly applause on his
bide, which ho permitted."
"Tho chair will state thero is no dis
tinction under the present rules of the
house between tho point of no quorum
and no quorum voting. Tho distinction
between these two points of no quorum
and no quorum present aro as was mado
under the rules of tho last congress."
"I want to say," said Euloo, "the
speaker is abundantly , sustained by
authorities in making retorts to gentle
men on the floor."
"The chair does not intend to recog
nize that," replied Crisp.
During the colloquy between the
speaker and Reed, both gontlemen ap
peared to lose some degree of their cus
tomary equanimity and the retorts,
though couched in iolito language, were
characterized by earnestness and some
degree of warmth.
After tho Crisp-Reed colloquy tho
honfu took a recots till a o'clock, tiio ovon
ing session to bo tor tho consideration
of private pension bills, bills removing
political disabilities and bills removing
charges of desertion.
Tho second night session for the con
sideration of private pension bills proved
no more succossful than tho first.
Mr. Kilgoro of Texas was on hand
with his point of no quorum.
Washington, MarohO;. Senator Stan
ford introduced a bill directing tho pur
chase of silver bullion and coinage
Tho pure food bill was then taken up
ami bonutor vest stated at t,oino length
his position in regard to it and Mich leg
islation in general. Ho was awaro of
tho bentunont worked up all over tho
country in sunlit of the pure food bill.
G anges, Alliances and newsnuiicrs had
nl demanded it by petition. Ho be
lli ed that tho measure was a prostitu-
n ot tho commerce clauso ot tno con-
i iition in regard to tho oxorciso of tho
poLco powers of tho state and for that
rea'-on would cheerfully cast his vote
Senator Paddock denied tho statement
mado sovoral days ago that tho bill was
aimed at tho cotton seed oil interest. Ho
dolled any one to point to one provision,
lino or word in tho bill that discrimi
nated against any honest and honestly
branded article of food in favor of any
other such article. In conclusion ho ap
peals to tho senate to help him enact tho
bill into a law.
Eulogies wero then delivered in re
spect to tho memory of tho late Repre
sentative Leo of Virginia and tho senate
adjourned until Monday.
Nnw Yoiik, March f. Tho custom
house resombled a junk shop on bargain
day. An auction wile of articles that
have been seized since November, 1800,
was begun. For several days the goods
to bo sold have been on exhibition, and
intending purchasers had marked out on
tho catalogue tho goods they wanted.
Among tho articles offered was almost
everything except a house and lot, and
in most cases the prices obtained by tho
auctioneer were absurdly small. Jew
elry worth $100 went for $2.50. Hosiery,
gloves, lino underwear and tho like
brought about ono-tenth the inarkot
price. In tho list of diamonds was a
"$7500 necklace" which was brought
over last Mimmer by a mysterious En
glishman who came in search of an
American heiress. In order to keep an
eye on tho carriages aud horses which
also formed part of his outfit he mado
the trip on one of tho big freight steam
ers. On landing tho custom house au
thorities seized tho necklace, which he
announced was worth $7500. At tho
sale it brought exactly ono double eagle,
and tho buyer was not sure that ho had
a bargain even at that.
Call l'or an Investigation.
Colon, Aspinwall, March 5. Parties
from Carthagena by the French steamer
Versailles state that shortly after tho
vesKol left tluit nnrr. nun of tiio tvumbii.
gers, an American, named O. M. Went-!
worth, died suddenly, and that his re
mains were thrown overboard some
four hours before tho latter port was
made, and without allowing any of tho
American or English pas?engers to assist
at the last offices. It was understood
among the English-speaking passengers
that Wentworth had a comparatively
largo amount of American gold and
greenbacks in his posession, together
with a quantity of Columbian silver,
but tho officers of tho vessel failed either
to mak'o a report of the man's death or
turn over his effects to the American
consul on the ship's arrival at this
Tevls Will lliilRii.
San Francisco, March 5. Lloyd
Tevis, president of tho Wells, Fargo &
Co., has returned from the east. During
his absenco it was stated serious dissen
sions existed in the board of directors
of the Wells, Fargo & Co., and thero
wns grave dissatisfaction with Mr.
Tovis' management; notably in connec
tion with tho company's bank. Mr.
Tevis denied all the rumors and said
thero was no dissatisfaction on account
of tho attention his privato business do
manded. Ho announced ho would re
sign tho presidency of tho company at
tho next annual meeting of tho board of
directors in August.
Des Moines, March 5. Tho time
of tho State Temperance allianco was
taken up with tho discussion of a reso
lution to tho effect that members of the
alliance unite to immediately organize a
separate party if tho Gatch bill, now be
fore the legislature, is passed by the as
sembly. The resolution was looked upon
as an effort to intimidate Ropublicaa
members and was strongly opposed by
many ablo men in tho alliance. The
final vote wns 42 for and J52 against.
Other questions that came up disturbed
tho harmony of tho proceedings. The
alliance adjourned last night after a
nublic meeting which was well attended.
hilyo In tho l'eu,
Jeffkuson City, Mo., March 5.
Deputy Sheriff Charles C Garrett and
Josoph Dean of Clnyton brought to tho
penitentinry Adelbert Slye, the train
robber. A largo crowd had gathered at
tho depot to greet tho distinguished
criminal, but tho train stopped directly
in front of tho penitentiary walls and
Slyo was taken up tho steep without be
ing seen. On his arrival ho was duly
inspected, bathed, clad in prison garb
and assigned to his old place in tho shoe
shop, where ho will remain for twenty
years, unless sooner released by in
terposition of bomo governor of tho
Capture anil Escape.
El Paso, Tox., March 5. Ralph Rich
aedlor, tho absconding cashier of the
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern rail
road company of West Detroit, Mich,,
who was arrested at Cinadad Juarez,
Mex., has been set at liberty after serv
ing the regulation soventy-two hours,
during which time he must bo picven
guilty of tho crime charged. He will
now no doubt e&enpe.
COLD DAY FOR CCLDWATER.
Twenty TIioiikiiiiiI DolliunTiiUun by Hold
C'ot.nwATiiu, Mich,, March 5. The
Coldwater National bank has been
robbed. Tho estimated loss is t'-'O.OOU.
Tho robbers drilled tho outer door of tho
vault and with a punch broke tho lock
oil. The middle door was secured with
a padlock. This was probably broken
with u sledge. Tho inside vault con
tained ono burglar proof combination
lock safe and iiImj n steel safe time lock.
These wore drilled and charged, it is
thought, with dynamite. The doors of
both Ntfes were torn completely oil'.
Thero is no clew to the lobbers. Tho
bunk offers $.100 revird uud the sheriff
offers also an additional $500 for tho
appreheiiHion and conviction of tho
thieves. It wns tin- most daring lobbory
ever committed in this city. Tliore wore
a number of siieciul deposits in tho bank,
consisting of watches and diamonds
valued at about $ii'0. About $200 in
gold was badly mutilated and bent out
of shape and h1m a quantity of silver
was left by iho robbers. Among other
securities taken was a private deposit of
$1000 worth of Philadelphia uud Rending
railroad income bonds, numbers !175 to
899 inclusive, 1714 to 1720 and 17:W and
1711 1. These wero not registered.
To Ho Hurled avIIIi Honor.
Washington, March 5. Arrange
ments havo been made by tho frionds
and relatives of Riggins aud Turnbull,
tho two sailors who wero killed in Valpa
raiso last October, to bring the remains
to tho United States for interment. In
accordance with tho request, Secretary
Blaino has cabled Minister Kgan to use
his good offices in obtaining tho neces
sary permission from tho Chilean au
thorities for tho disinterment and ro
movnl of the bodies. It is believed that
no objection will be offered to tho plan
and that it will bo carried into execu
tion in a few days. It is understood
that the various transportation compa
nies between Valparaiso and the points
selected for final interment havo offered
free transportation of tho remains and
Kansas City, March 5. Another
scheme of tho scalpers to defraud the
railroads has been unearthed. The gen
eral passenger agents of several of the
Transmissouri lines havo reported that
tho numbers on their tickots have been
nltored in what has been a successful,
although a flimsy, way. Tho scalpers
take a ticket which has expired, aud cut
ting it in two, paste the cut end over
others, covering up tho date which was
punched out by tho agent and thoy
punch a later date. A conductor in a
hurry to work a heavy train frequently
overlooks the alteration and accepts tho
ticket. Tho Union Pacific has been es
pecially worked from this place on ac
count of the heavy trains, and many of
these altered tickets havo been taken up.
31 r. .-Mills Hotter.
Washington, March 4. Mr. Mills is
much better. His rest having been
XThj will aayono remain tvoak when
thoy can be inndo strong 1
Everyone should know that the entire
human structuio is constantly being torn
down and rebuilt, the same as In the
vegetable world the trtcri Bhed their leavei
and again put forth new shoots. Now,
when the blood becomes too weak to carry
to the kidneys and liver this dead tissue
that should be removed, the whole system
becomes enervated and a distressed feeling
of weakness and unnatural fatigue follows.
One feels half dead, so to speak, and liter
ally U halt dead, the old tissue clirjginj; in
DO YGO FEEL
particles throughout tho system, prevent
ing the forming of new tissue and the
awakening of now life. At iuch times a
medicine that will enliven the blood, re
move its slupglshn ess, fill it with red cor
puscles, and strengthen it, is necessary.
There is only one mUi jnrdtdue and that
la Dr. John Hull's Sarnpurilla. Its action
on the blood is like the ellrct of cream on
coffee, it maket it good Do you want to feel
theoxubeiancoof perfect health? Doyou
want to feel strong ami full of life in every
part? Do you want t$ increase your sell
control and be a yerfeit nrin or perfect
woman, fiee from the unnatural tenden
cies of waiting and debilitating diseases?
Thou use Dr. Mull's fcarsaiianlia. It will
make you fel new and lull of strength.
T. D. Uurrowh, Covington, Ivy., writes I
"I uoulu now. be In m.v wave had 1 iiol
need Dr. Hull's barsnjmrHlu. I was pale,
UatlusB, ruitl yo weak tbat I spent mora than
half my time lying In bed. Aly memory
was bad. I could not concentrate my mind
on business or anything- My nights wera
restless, and my dreama unnaturally vivid.
I loit jlesh, and seemed to be wanting away,
I crow despondent, and constantly fearful
that something evil was golUK to happen.
Tho smallest out would run Into a sore, una
my blood was thin and eold. I heard Bull's
Harsuparllla was a good ctronjtlicnlni; med
icine, and bo gave 11 a trial. It bos mad
llieneem different to cue, and filled ma with
activity, hope and determination, whllemy
health Is alf I could desire."
Mrs. Lucy Iledel, Luwreoceburg, Ind,
writes: "I was woatt and nrrvou. welched
ea-li you love your child, look after lta
Jelfaro by occasionally etvtug It Dr. Joh
ull's Worm Destroyers. They never dj
harm and will keep It well.
flarSmtth'sTonlo Syrup cures chills an
fever after quinine has failed. It is pleas,
ant to take, and never falls tocur. Von d
yourself a wrong to use quinine or any
other chill medicine.
John D. Pawc & Sons, VloleiaU Aftnt
ITS, 177 and 178 Sycamore at, OlnclnaaU, 9.
JIVT IV 1UU DO
9JRINK AT ED HATTON'S
PACIFIC BAR, wheire
nothing but absolutely Puke Liq.
uors and Finest of Wines arc
offered customers. A full stock
Spanish Hand-made Cigars.
All bills duo tho News for advertis
tug from July 16th aro payable to
R. Christopher or his authorized col
lector. This nppllos also to sub
scribers. Buy Egan's Blacksmith coal.
The Waco Water & Light Company
havo removed from their old quarters
on Fourth street to now and elegant
offices in the Provident Building.
Thov ooeuuv room No. 11. lnfc flnnr
rf f I - UWV.
fao.ng Franklin strcot ono ot tho fin-
est ana most acoessinio rooms in the
Buy Egan's Athracite coal.
A Wonder Worker.
Mr, Frank Huffman, a young man
of Burlington, Ohio, states that he
had been under tho caro of two prom
inont physioians, and usod their treat
ment until ho was not ablo to got
around. They pronounocd his oase
to he Consumption aud inourablc. Ho
was persuaded to try Dr, King's New
Disoovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds and at that timo was not
ablo to walk aoross the stroot without
resting. Ho found, beforo he had
used half of a dollar bottlo, that he
was much hotter; ho oontinuod to use
it and is today enjoying good health.
If you havo any Throat, Lung or
Chest Trouble try it. Wo guarantee
satisfaction. Trial bottle freo at W
B. Morrison & Co., Drug Storo.
I In-1 n"l rt now book and
S U MM hU rJr,,!.'-.! ,
riodical storo will
will bo oponod up at 401 Franklin
street, whoro lovors of Literature,
Musio and Art will find all tho peri
odicals foreign and domostio, latest
novels, Bheot musio and all tho Tra-La-La's
of a popular house. Keep
your cyo on the place and your mem
ory on the number of 0. T. Bidloy's
Paul Jones Whisky.
Tho only firms in Waoo who handle
tho colobrated "Four ItoBes" and "The
XXXX Monongahola" oase goods of
tho famous Paul Jones whiskies, aro
the Old Paoifio Saloon (Ed Hatton
proiotor) and Haydon & HaydoD, pro
prietors, of tho Hotol Royal Bar.
Garden spot of tho great Panhandle.
Rich loamy soil. Great wheat country,
pura -n a nr ,
Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher
county. Ono of tho finest counties
in tho great Panhandle. Court house,
churohes, schools, &c, xo.
Swisher county is developing rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhan
dlo daily and the man with tho plow
ia daily going to Swisher county.
A pretty town in tho prettiest country
in tho world. Land level as a floor
and produoing immonso orops of all
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Everlasting freestone puro water in
illiniitablo quantities at twenty-fivo to
Aro in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continue to advanoe in a way
to mate tho hood swim. Buy now
Don't delay a day. Lots cheap ao
dirt at prices now asked,
For maps, plats and othor particu
lars apply to
411 Franklin stroot.