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WACO DAIL,Y NEWS.MARCH 8 1892
WACO FlItK DKI'AUTiUKNT.
l.ncntlon of Flro
4 Fifth War! F ro Station strikes
6 ornor 9 li 1 Austin '
0 " 4th " " ."
" 7 Coiitrat Flro Htatlou
8 West End Flra station "
" 13 Cor .er 14 h aid Wellington"
14 nth and Mnlborojgh "
"IS " Sthaiil Co mnbng
18 " 8th and Jackson "
17 " 4th and Webster '
"as "' th ndCleelnnd
' S6 " Btu and Speight "
37 " CthandWa-hliiRton"
i iiovtvt (lntnl Kth ft d Franklin
i-t 1 1
"ill WO016I1 J1.111 lUl nnminij "-""
' 37 Corner 1 th and Jefferson in-iiiini
All boxet numboioil nbove 8 strike" thus;
Box 13 strlkos 1 and Hops, then strikes 111
maklm IJox 13, then repoats four times.
Box w strikes II and stupe, thcu strikes lllir.
aa&klug Uox Sfi a d so on.
DH1ICTI0N9 FOB OIVIKO AT.AIIM.
Keys wll be found In residences on etch cot
.r whom bnes are located. Open Flro Alarm
.. ... ' . ..... in. a r 4 itt-Ttmt
Boxes and pall llook dowa and lot
ey in uox
Turn alarm In only for fires.
f 10 00 fine for
Slow tapping of bells signify company
Sei'ond Friday In each month each box Is
tapped twice, testlnu buxos and circnlt line
uli.i iHrm nf flrniaErtva Ihn Kirn Depart-
mentbas tne right of way on aUitreels. AH
Tcblclvs must drive near the sidewalk and teep
away from the fire t5.0Jlluo for running over
Keport of any caro'ess driving going to or
from fires by the Fire Department will be
thankfully received by the Ch or, as fast and
careless drlrlng la str ckly forbidden.
Try Egan's $5.56 Lump coal.
Tho beat restaurant in town, Joe
Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth
Fishing taokle of ovory description
with a full stock of hunters supplie
II. E. A 1BOLDS.
Joo Lehman 1b tho most popular ros
Uurant man in Texas. His place
117 8outh Fourth street.
Pure and whito lard at 9 cents
per pound in ten pound cans at Chip
sen's, oorncr Fifth and Franklin.
JEjan has tho best cheap coal in
tho markot at $5.50 per ton.
A J. Leslio for first-class watoh
clook and jowelry ropairing. Same
building with II. E. Ambold Austin
This remedy is becoming so wcl'
known and so popular as to need no
Bpeoial mention. All who have used
Eleotrio Bitters sing tha samesoug of
praise, A purer medicine docs not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed. Eleotrio Bitters will
cure all diseases of tho Liver and
Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum and othor affections caus
od by impure blood. Will drive Ma
lariafrom iho system and prevent as
well as cure all Malarial fevers. For
cure of Headache, Constipation and
Indigestion try Eleotrio Hitters En
tire satisfaction guaranteed, or monov
refunded Price 50 ots., and $1 00
per bottle at W. B. Morrison & Co.,
Dr. Gunu's Improved Liver Pills on
aooount of their mild action are espe
cially adapted for oorroctiog spring
disorders, such as impuro blood, tired
brain and aching nnd worn out body
They aot promptly on tho Liver and
Kidneys; drive out all impurities from
tho blood, and malaria from tho sys
tem. Only one Pill for a Dnse. Try
tbem this spring. Sold at 25 centsa
box by W. B. Morrison & Co.
A Sound Liver JMakes a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Constlpatedand
troubled with .luird n SickHead
aotao, Bad Taste in Mouth, Flln
Breath, Coated Tonguo, Dyspepsia
Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Pain in
Back and betweou the Shoulders,
Chills and Foyer, &o. If you have
any of these symptoms, your JLilver Ib
out of order your blood is elowly
being poisoned, because your Liver
doeB not aot properly. Hekbine will
cure any disorder ol the Liver,81om
aoh orBowels. It has no equal as a
Liver Medicine. Price 75 cents. Free
sample bottle atH. O. Rishor's Drug
Items and communications intended
lor this department should bo sent to
No. 809 North Twolfth street or tele
phoned to No. 30. on or before Friday
afternoon of each week, in order to
recelvo proper attention. Nowb
notes received after 10 o'clock Satur
day morning cannot appear until the
next week, however much wo may
rogrot the dolay.
Don't be Deceived.
I am still holding down Standard
Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono
Franco-American Food Co's French
Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents oaoh .
Star Tobaoco 40 cents per pound. Low
prices on everything. Call and soo
Joe S. Thompson,
Indian Territory coal.
HfinUAmilfP Xlxn Orade Education for
Mil IT A RV Superior Hygiene, Bait
rasa m Hatha. flaa :!tln
Btths, Oas, Ylectrle tight
u4sk, mult srniiGs.ay,
WHITE METAL SOUND.
SILVER RULE PUT
It tVn AcrompllnliiMl lleftirn tlio llcndlni;
or tlio Jmtriml The Wildest lllttordi'l
rrnvnllcd on Ucry Slde-Oallcrlen tVero
Washington, March 8. Tlio fight iu
tho houso was but a fow roumls, but the
blood flowed from tho timo tho pout
sounded til the spongo wont in tho air.
A few days ngo Mr. Tracy of Now
York, who is ono of tho spokesmen
among tho anti-f reo cointigo Democrats,
stated in an interview that tho frefl
coinago question was virtually sottled
when Crisp, who believed in f reo coin
age, was elected, nnd that tho anti
silver men had concluded not to filibus
ter to dofeat it. It was given out that
the anti-silver men had tried to get the
Republicans to assist them in resisting
tho consideration of tho free coin
ago bill, but failing in this
they had finally concluded to per
mit tho measure to go through
with their protest, which thoy would
mako by refusing to vote, but tho free
coinage mou did not seem to place any
confidence either in the non-belligerent
character of tho talk of the enemy on
the reports of their having quit tho fight,
for no sooner had the chaplain prayed
than Mr, Catchings moved that the
houso proceed to consider tho order set
ting tho 22d day of March as tho day for
tho consideration of tho tho free coinage
If ho had turned looso a bomb ho could
not have created a greater disturbance.
Tho journal had not been read and ap
proved. As Mr. Tracy stated afterward
he had been selected to mako motions
and which proved conclusively that
thero had beon a meoting and under
standing among tho antis to filibuster
on the journal and that Mr. Tracy was
selected to make motions. His sido had
never claimed that tho motion to con
sider tho order sotting a day for the con
sideration of tho free coinage bill would
bo brought up before the reading and
tho approval of the journal.
Objection wns at onco made that snap
judgment and undue advantage was be
ing taken of the antis.
Crisp ruled that tho motion of Catch
ings was in order.
Tracy and Warner and Cockran de
clared that tho ruling was moro arbi
trary than any ruling inado by Reed.
Dan Laiuout, too, chipped in with a
loud voice and sweeping gestures. Crisp
called attention to tho rules, which said
that a report from the committeo on
rules was always in order and that this
was a report from said committeo and
was therefore in order. An appeal from
tho decision was made. Mr. Tracy had
tho floor and tried to apportion his
time out among tho members.
Finally, iu sonio way, Mr. Bland was
recognized by tho speaker and he said
that Mr. Cockran had promised that if
tho matter was delayed to givo tho op
ponents of free silver a chance there
would bo no filibustering, and that such
time had been given, over a week of
time, and hero woro said opponents fili
bustering. He was very severo in his
remarks, and then moved that the ap
peal bo laid on tlio table.
Thin Cut OIT Dulinto.
Tracy still hold on and tried to speak.
He and Crisp got a little warm and
finally Bland allowed Cockran to reply,
inasmuch as a fow personal remarks had
been made. Cockran roared for a ino
mont or two, declaring that ho would
never filibuster unless tho republic was
in danger, but desired to say that ho de
nied that he had mado any promises to
Mr. Andrews of Massachusetts got tho
opportunity and corroborated Mr. Cock
Sir. Bland camo out to the scratch red
hot. "I say you did state to mo just
what I havo said," ho said in a fog horn
Mr. Cockran bellowed back: "I do not
remember of having said anything of tho
Mr. Piorco of Tennesseo came up and
corroboiated Mr. Bliuid.
In the meantime tho wildest disorder
was prevalent all over tho houso. Tho
galleries were packed and began to ap
plaud tlio belligerents. A half dozen
members who wanted to
;r Into the l'l(;lit
Appealed to tlio chair to bo heard on par
liamentary inquiries and porsonul ex
planations and tho liko. Tho speaker
rapped on tho desk till it was sore, no
became hoarse in his efforts to quell tho
disturbance. Only onco did he become
anyways excited and then during a col
loquy botween himself nnd Mr. Tracy,
but ho curbed himself, bottled back on
his seat, wrapped tho reins nround his
hands and be-ran to tutr at tho runa
ways. They snorted aud kicked and
plunged, but it was sustained by 194 yeas
to S3 nays.
Tho Republicans divided in this voto,
which showed thoy had no understand
ing in tho matter. Then thero was a
motion to reconsider with instructions
to sot tho day for tho consideration of
tho bill on u certain day next Decem
ber. This was again knocked out.
Then the final voto camo. Before it
wm put fivo mi'nuto speeches woro per
mitted. Mr. Bland said this was a finan
cial! question and regretted that it had
bceii made a party one.
Mir. Williams of Massachusetts proph
esied dire disaster to tho Democratic
party when it indulged iu this kind of
Reed said that the Democratic party
had plnyed tho hypocrite in this as other
questions; that Carlisle's rulings had
been the chief stock in trade of tho party
in tlio Inst election, nnd that his (Heed's)
rulings were compared to Carlislo's in
order to show how tyrannical was Reed.
Carlislo had decided that tho journal
should always bo read boforo other busi
ness was transacted, and now tho Demo
cratic party was throwing their chiot
stock in trado away. Ho dwolt
Upon Hid Arbitrary Methods
as practiced in this case
Bland said thero was no such rule as
now provided in existeuco when Carlislo
Reed's speech was loudly applauded
and tho efforts of each speaker woro ap
proved by tho galleries. Reed voted
against sustaining tho decision of tho
chair, and in this ho parted with tho
majority of his sido.
Mr. Boutello of Maino said that tho
kindergarten statesmen of Massachu
setts, a pot name which congress has
given to Mr. Hoar nnd Mr. Williams,
had gone around during tho last cam
paign and told tho people that tho Dem
ocrats woro not in favor of free silvei
and that the eastern Democrats were
tho controlling power, but as far as ho,
Boutello, was concerned, ho intonded to
vote to bring tho free coinago bill to a
consideration though ho would
Not Vote for l'roe Coinage
in ordor that thekindorgarten statesman
should not go through the country again
confusing tho people about what tho
Democratic party was.
All the Texans voted to sustain tho
chair against a recommittment and in
favor of considering the bill on March 2ft.
Mr. Mills was not present nnd Mr. Sav
ers asked that ho bo excused on account
The effect of the triumph of tho silvei
men is that tho eastern Democrats are
declaring that thei-o is no possible chance
of tho Democrats carrying a single east
ern state during tho presidential election
and, further, thatevory Democratic con
gressman from tho east will be beaten
The silver men aro in high feather.
Tho strength thoy showed was n sur
prise to themselves, nnd thoy say thoy
will put tho bill through both
houses suro. Naturally inquiries
aro mndo as to tho prob
ahlo action of Harrison in tho matter.
It is generally thought, of courso, that
he would veto a freo coinago bill, while
againit is thought ho might agree to
sign a bill providing for tho coiuago of
American silver, but thoro is a report
that ho told Republican members of the
houso that the Republicans should bo
AViitrliful mid Curt'ful
in this matter and that thoy ought not
to put the whole burden of responsibility
upon his shoulders. There aro no con
stitutional objections to tho bill, ho said,
and intimated that n such a measuro
came to him approved by tho fow Re
publicans in the house and by a Repub
lican fccnato that he would sign it. This
may havo been a bluff on his part to get
tho Republicans in tho houso to voto
against the consideration of tho bill,
thus defeating it and keeping tho cup
from his lips. Tho report is not believed
generally, but thero are Republicans as
well as Democrats who say ho will sign
a freo coinage bill if it is presented to
fie n lite.
Washington, March 8. Among tho
bills introduced and referred was ono
I by Mr. Sawyers to authorizo tho
I ci.tn mitnmmif. nf n Tvsfnl Tnlnrrr-nnli
Mr. Morgan moved to reconsidor tho
vote whereby Mr. Dubois was declared
entitled to retain his scat. He said his
solo purpose was that tho southern sen
ators (all of whom were excluded from
the chamber when the act of I860
passed) should havo tho right to say
something as to tho proper construc
tion of tho attack under tho constitu
tion. After a colloquy botween Messrs. Mor
gan and Teller tho motion was laid aside
temporarily, as was also a motion by
JUr. Morgan to reconsider tho voto
by which Mr. Claggett's claim was re
Tho resolutions heretofore offered by
Mr. Call in respect to railroad companies
in Florida influencing tho senatorial
election of 1801, nnd opening to settle
ment the railroad land reservations in
that state, were taken up and Mr. Call
addressed the benato.
Tho puro food bill was then taken np
and Mr. Berry nddrossed tho sonate. Ho
ascribed tho motive of tho bill to syndi
cates who controlled tho lard industry
and who sought to put down tho cotton
seed oil industry, which competed with
them nnd brought to tho southern states
$15,000,000 jwr year.
Mr. Palmer expressed sympathy with
tho purpose of tho bill.
Tho question was then taken on Mr.
Coko's motion (made- somo days ago) to
striko out sections 7 nnd 8. Tlio voto
resulted yens 13, nays 15. No quorum
ami tuo senate adjourned.
Third Ward Mooting.
Tho citizens of tho Third Ward
will hold a inaea. mooting this evening
at Padgitt's Park at 8 o'clock for tho
purpose of nominating a oandidato
for alderman. Coma out and havo a
vjice in tho ohoico of your representa
tive. Hotol Royal Bar.
Haydon c Uajdon, proprietors.
Neat and quirt. Vory fiucst wines
and liquors. Superb lunch at 10.
Old Iriouds and customers as woll
now will meet a henrty woloumo.
Evorybody goes to Joo Lonman's
when they want a good rnoal, or lit
Dockery nnd (Jo , Firo Insurance
Agents Provident Building. Best
companies and oIobo attention to in
The biggest stock of pianos, organs
and small musical goods in Central
TexaB at J B. Pano'8,and the priocB
at which they aro being sold is simply
astonishing. Now is tho chaooo of a
lifetimo to get a fine piano dirt cheap.
Tho Gabert Bros,, havo the largest
and finest stock of new spring mit
ines ever brought to Waco. Thoy
employ the most skillful workmen in
Texas and euarantoo perfeot fits. Call
and give them an order and bo well
J. B. Payne is offering big and as
tonishing bargains in pianos, organs
and small musiol goods.
Yes, good mraittrc. pressed down
anil running over.
Some of these little proprietors of tana
parillos put up in half-pint bottles ar en
vious of the increasing popularity of Dr.
John Hull's Sarsaparilla, put up as it is in
largo quart bottles, and intimate that theirs
is more concentrated. This is as false as
deceit can he. A tcaspoonful of Hull's
Sarsapurilla contains more concentrated
medicinal virtue than n tablcspoontul of
any outer sarsapaniin mauc. a uouie oi
Dr. John Hull's Sarsapanllu contains six
times the curative virtue of a 'lottlo of any
other blood purifier made. No exception
is made. Now an invalid wants his
money's worth. Ho wants good measure.
Therefore, unless misled through ignor
acce, when his system needs a blood purl
fier, when his system needs a tonic, when
his system is breaking down from blood
impurity or some wasting disease, he will
demand of his druggist a bottle of Hull's
Ears.iparilla, and on no occasion bo per
suaded to take anything that may be off
ered in its stead as being "just as good."
There is no other remedy so good as bull's
Barsaparilla for such diseases as scrofula,
syphilitic Directions, sult-rheum, itch, ec
zema, pimples, sores, rheumatism, lama
back, swollen joints, aching muscles, nerv
ous weakness, nervous debility, loss of
appetite, loss ot tlcsh, loss of strength,
sleeplessness, prenmturo old age, etc.
T.ll. Woodruir,Jofl'erBOiivIllc, I nd., writes:
"For ten yc-nrs I had been un invalid. I be
came u chronic medicine taker, 'there li
not n blood remedy or n tonic advertised
that I did not try. From none of them did
I derive any permanent y?noil. I beenmo
discouraged. My synteni was full of blood
Impurities. My i-UIn was covered lu plucea
With brown patches nnd llttlo sores. My
muEClea had lost tlielr btrength. I was very
weak. My appetite nnd digestion w ero mis
erable. I kept urowlnc woren nnd worsa
until I began to use Dr. Bull's Snrtnpmllla.
I then began to rally at once, nnd grew
itronRcr and stronger. I havo now used
firobably JM bottles, nnd my Improvement
n looks nnd feeling Is so creut I t-eem like
another person. I am now well aud strong,
and give tho whole credit of my recovery to
Dr. Hull's Sarsuparllla.'
JEtTYour children will bo more healthy,
happy and pretty, if you occasionally give
mem ur. jonn uuirs
Price 23 cents.
WWlicn you have chills nnd fever, If
you want a sure cure and ono that docs not
taste bad, take Smith's Tonto Hyrup. Ii
will pleaso you belter than qulatuo or any
other chill medicine.
JonN D. Paiik & Sons, U7io?iafe Agenti,
175, 177 and 179 Sycamore St, Cincinnati. O.
Tie Texas & Pacific Railway
EL PASO ROUTE.
The direct line to Sbrevtporl and New Orleans,
toTexarkana, Memphis. St. Ivuls, the
Nortb and Euet, and to all paints
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The KavoTlto Line via Sacramento to Oregon
and Washington. Only line offering
v.nuice oi itouica 10 i-oinis in ino
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no Fastest Time between Texas ano the
North and Kast.
Double Daily Line of Pullman Palace
Sleeping' Cars J through to if.
Louis via' iho
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
Through Sleeping Cars Between New Or
leans and Denver and St Louis
and El Paso,
For rated, Tickets nnd all Information ajply
to or addrcES nuv of tho Ticket agents or
O. P. FEOAN,
Trar. Pass Ag't
Gout Tam &T.ig't.
JOHN A. OltANT, 3d Vlco-Prei.
Tho now cigar. Nothing liko il
Boats tho record for flavor.
Tho only TJand Made, Havanna
filled, Fivo Cent Cigar in Wooo. Bost
ever made Try thorn and you will
smoko no otbor.
Has como to stay, The Pioneer
Cigar Factory, G2D Austin Street,
Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes nnd Dr. J.
It Forroll havo fitted up a sutto of
rooms in tho now Provident building,
second floor, where thoy may bo found
in future Telephone at offioo and
residences, Slates at Old Cornor Drug
Buy Egan's Blacksmith ooal.
The Wooo Water & Light Company
havo removed from their old quarters
on Fourth street to now and elegant
offices in the Provident Building,
They oooupy room No. 11, 1st floor
fao'.ng Franklin street ono ol tho fin
est and most acoessiblo rooms in the
A Wonder Worker.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man
of Burlington, Ohio, states that he
had betn under tho care of two prom
inent physicians, and used their treat
ment until bo was not able to got
around. They pronounoed his case
to he Consumption and incurable. IIo
was persuaded to try Br, King a New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds and at that timo was not
ablo to walk aoross tho street without
resting. Ho found, boforo ho had
used half of a dollar bottlo, that her
was muoh better; ho continued to uso
it and is today enjoying good health.
If you havo any Throat, Lung or
Chest Trouble try it. Wo guarantco
satisfaotion. Trial bottle freo at W.
B. Morrison & Co., Drug Storo.
I In I n"! 1 now book and po
I IU &,U BsU rjodinal store will
will bo opened up at 401 Franklin
street, whero lovers of Literature,
Musio and Art will find all tho peri
odicals foreign and domestio, latest
novels, Bheot musio and all tho Tra-La-La's
of a popular house. Keop
your eyo on the placo and your mem
ory on the number of O. T. Ridloy's
Whon you want nico fresh meat
nvitton, bcof pork and puror lard at 10'
cents per pound, go to
Mellor & Delaney
125 South Third street.
Garden spot of tho great Panhandle.
Rich loamy soil. Groat wheat country.
Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher
county. One of the finest counties
in tho great Panhandle. Court houso,
chnrohes, sohools, &o., ao.
Swisher county is doveloping rapidly.
i housands aro going to tho Panhan
dle daily and the man with tho plow
is daily going to Swishor county.
A pretty town in tho prettiest country
in tho world. Land level as a floor
and producing immense orops of &U
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Everlasting frcostono puro wator in
illimitable quantities at twonty-fivo to
Are in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continuo to advance in a way
to make tho hoad swim. Buy, now.
Don't dolay a day. Lota cheap as
dirt at priceB now asked.
For mapB, plats and othor particu
lars apply to
411 Franklin street.