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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 19 1892.
IHtett HBttUtf $?( R. OHRISTOPHER. dltor and Gonoral Managor. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Central Texas. subscription. 60 cents por month, or J5.00 rxt year In advance. Wmkly Nws 11.00. per year. Eutorod at the Waoo postollloo as boo onri olass mall matter. THE NEWS IS THE OFFICIAL OR GAN OF THE CITY OF WACO. CASH IN ADVANCE. To'Insnro publication lntheNawsall aiWor Iscments received at thin olllce mnst bo ao oompanlcd by tho cash, except In cases where cuntraots exist. k'l mil Inr frcn commerce with nil initio ii n,) Tliomus Jefferson. Editor Gibbs says Toxas will go for Hill, and Editor Howell says Georgia will go for Hill. Tho peoplo of TexaB and of Georgia uro not supposed to have any ohoioc in the mattor. Friends of tho World's Fair move ment should make it a point to bo present in Waoo January 20, at tho big meeting, World's Fair celebra tio's from all parts of tho stato will be at tho meeting. Tho present oold weather will doubtless provo satisfactory to all our citizens who have bsen displetsod withtuo temporature prevailing here tofore. At 0 o'olook this morning the thormotnotor stood at 10 degrees above zero. Tho fimes-Uerald oites tho ap pointment of Ilolmano as chairman of tho appropriation oommitteo as proof that in tho organiz ition of tho houso tho boodlers wore not in it. The Holman appointmont was a blind. He is only ono man if ho is chairman. To our farmor friends : Cut yonr cotton patoh in two in tho middle and plant ono-half in grain. Thon culti vate what cotton you do plant aa you would a garden. , Result : Three balos of cotton on tho same ground whoro only two growbofore at little moro than .half tho oost, and at tho same time a gonoral roduolion of 25 per cent, in the gross yield of ootton will bo securo'l. Tho proposition to elect United States Senators by popular voto has been put squarely before congress and the Gght is on. Senator Palmer, who won the sonatorship in Illinois, by his advocacy of cloction of senators by the peoplo, will champhii tho oauso in tho senate, and there will be sovcral champions in the house. The change will, of course, require a constitution al atnendmont, whioh, it agreod to by both housoa of congress, will bo sub mitted to tho Btatos for ratification. It ib not likely that an amendmont will bo submitted by tho presont congress. Tho Now York World has had tho politicians in Now York, Washington and Albany interviuvved and is candid oriough to admit tint "the result of thoso intorviows, it is but fair to say, loaves still undetermined the question of the next presidonoy. Indeed it docs not settlo tho quostion ' of the Democratic nomination, nor perhap ovon tho attitudo of tho New York" delegation in the convention." In tho light of wall kmwn events tho re sult as abovo stated is astonishing , Wo wore of tho opinion that tho New York politicians had settlcod tho question of tho next prostd'noy. Tho World's statemont proves that that papor was of tho opinion that if tho y had not settled tho quostion they had tho power so to do, and it expected them to do it. Those Gotham edi tors ajo so full of gall that it is not s ur prising that they spill a little of it in Fort Worth, Texas. TRAINS RUNNING LIVELY Is the Latest from the Scene of the Strike OH TEE AEANSAS PASS EOAD. At Yonktun Yuril Clcrk Wing nml Pari lliivo ltctuinoit to Work Coiiiluctui liihn Appleby Itcporls ior Duty In ilnmril at Drnlton. Yoakum. Tox., Jan. 10. Trains linvo been running pretty lively, four freights hnving b'.'on sent out Monday. Ono of these was n stock train for Witllis. Pas senger trains nro about on timo. Yard Clerks Wing nml Parr will probably re turn to work, but they havo tho good will nml permission of the, strikers as they wcro not members of tho federa tion nor considered ns having entered the strike. Conductor John Appleby reported for duty Monday night and car ried out a local f reign t. Ho is tho man who reported for duty early in tho striko and was ordered to take n train to Wneo but was persuaded by tho strikers to relinquish his purpose. Ho is au old order of railway conductor man. Tho cmyloycs held a mooting Monday evening, but thero was no business of importance. The strikers claim to havo received somo important news, but it was withheld from tho correspondent. In an interview with tho jwopleof Edgar Monday a diiferonco of opinion in regard to the result of tho striko was found. They are anxious to see trains moving regulnrly. Indorse the Strike. Denison, Tox., Jan. 10. On Sunday evening of last week a union meeting of the various railway labor organizations of Denison was held in the 'Odd Fellows' hall for tho mirposo of discussing mid taking some action with reference to tho striko on tho Missouri route. Tho meet ing closed without action nud it was gen erally supposed that that would bo the last of the matter so far as Denison was concerned. Such, however, was not tho case. Saturday night another union meeting was held, at which somo 150 members were present, nnd after a full and freo discussion tho following resolu tions were unanimously ndopted: "Whereas, us thero is a striko in exis tence on tho San Antonio and Aransas Pass railroad, and as the aforesaid em ployes have used all honorable means to adjust tho samo without avail; and Whereas, tho officials of tho different railroads ginning in connection with tho Sah Antonio nnd Aransas Pass mil road havo counseled the officials of the afore said railroad to make no concessions to tho striking employes aforesaid and to fight them to tho bitter end: and Whereas, a decision has been rendered by tho supremo court of tho unconstitu tionality of the interstate commerce law; wo the employes of tho Missouri, Kansas and Toxas railroad resolve that tho situ ation on the Aransas Pass railway has been thoroughly investigated and tho cause of tho troublo learned; bo it Resolved that this union meeting in dorso tho action of tho San Antonio and Aransas Pass employes and that wo pledgo them our moral and financial support and that we consider their causo a just ono; and Whereas, in as much as wo doconsider tho causo a just ono, wo ask tho manage ment of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railway not to handle San Antonio and Aransas Pass freight and cars. Committee: N. T. Miller, for B. of K. T. E. It. Lyman, for O. R. T. J. F. Mortimer, for B. of L. E. J. K. Fairldey, for B. of L. F. J. K. Ellis, for S. M. A. A. Fked Rief, for National machinists' nnion. Handling Sup freight. TAYLOR. Tox.. .Tun. 10. Tlin sfrilro ui fti..ii.iii mi tuu uujiatia ium ex tended to Taylor, when two train loads of Aransiis Pass freight which hud been sidetracked in tho International and Great Northern yards nt this place sinco tho beginning of tho striko were inudo up in tho yards, and local em ployes of tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas wcro asked to tnko tho samo out over tlie Taylor, Bastrop and Houston railway, a branch of that road which connects with tho Aransas Pass at West Point, refused to tnko tho samo out, tho locomotives being returned to tho round house ami the trains left remaining side tracked. Monday morhing, however, when other crows wore called, tho trains wero mado up and taken out, which relioves tho yards hero of Aransas Pass freight heretofore held pending a settlement of tho Sap troubles. It is believed hero now sinco tho bo-called "scab" freight was taken out that tho backbono of tho striko, supposed to extend to othor con necting lines, has been broken. Most of tho freight was coal for tho Aransas Pass. Messrs. Froy, Maxwell, Gnvin and other ofiicials of tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas wero horo Monday morning nnd it is tho supposition of many that thoy influenced tho boys to tako tho freight out with tho promiso of an early adjustment of tho Aransas Pass troublo. A rt Ion lit 1'ort Worth, Fort Worth, Jan. 10. Tho following nctiou was taken at a mooting of tho railway employes held horo Monday night: Resolved, by reprosontativo railway men, employed by the different linos centering in Fort Worth that wo, as em ployes, do hereby refuse to handle San Antonio nnd Aransas Pass cars and freight until tho troubles existing on the said railway and its former employes aro satisfactorily settled; and bo it fur ther Resolved, that wo request that em ployes of connecting lines stand firm in refusing to handle the San Antonio and Aransas Pass cars or business, assuring them our mutual co-operation in said action. United wo st;.nd upon this issue and we kindly request our different managements not to require us to han dle this business. THE NEWS IN BRIEP. The Chilean mattor has changed little, though discussion is incessant. Cardinal Gibbons has written n lettei denouncing tho Louisiana lottery. A bill will bo pressed to stop tho print ing of "request" envelopes by tho gov ernment. Senator Palmer says ho is opposed to freo silver and in favor of Cleveland foi president Dr. J. W. Hanttn was hanged nt Poplar Bluff, Mo., for tho murder of A. R. Smith. Tho bank of London nud Moxico earned 47 per cent, ou n capital ol $1,500,000. Minneapolis flonr mills produced 7, 878,047 barrels in 1801, against 0,088,830 barrels in 1800. Dick Loan, farmer, left his bed neat Platto City, Mo., and hanged himself with n traco chain. James Avery, a thief, has mado two escapes from jail at Scottsburg, Ind., within a fortnight. Mrs. James Vaughn of Washington county, Ky., fell into a fireplaco and was bunted to death. Princo Abbas, tho now khedivo of Egypt, arrived at Cairo, and was given an enthusiastic welcome. A combination of plug tobacco manti-fnctrr-irs against the American tobacco trust is said to bo forming. Joshua B. Wickham, said to bo llfl years old and to havo voted for John Adams, died at Ottumwn, In. By tho fall of tho cngo in tho Chatham coal mine, near Springfield, HI., four men received dangerous injuries. Charles W. Crawley, wife-murderer, was saved from trial at Kansas City by being adjudged insane after tho act. Princo George, heir presumptive to tho British throne, is said to bo tired of the navy and anxious to enter tho army. Judge Lindsey of Kentucky has for 7 torsoiiul reasons declined appointment to tho interstate couimcreo pommis aion. Would-be robbers shot tho driver of a mail wagon in Sioux City, Io. Thoy wero frightened off without getting any booty. Fifty-nine indictments wero returned against the railroad rioters at Linwood, Ark,, and several of tho accused pleaded guilty. John Sheehan shot nnd seriously wounded David Patton in tho Cincin nati postoflico. Both parties wero postal clerks. Tho railroad companies with ono ac cord offer to transport all grain destined for relief of btarving Russians freo of charge. Hon. Geo. W. Fithian carried the Sixteenth Hlinois congressional district Democratic primaries and had two votes to spare. An oxtra session of tho Smith Ttalrnfa legislature on tho World's fair exhibit of mo stato has been promised by tho governor. Peoplo living in western Colorado aro passing through some remarkable expe riences incident to the intense cold and deep snow. An interesting roviow before commit tee was had of tho question of electing United States senators directly by the peoplo at tho polls. Leopold Wanderer, a Germnn, was arrested in Now York on complaint of Jay Gould. His crimo was standing on tho sidowalk and looking at tho Gould mansion. Mrs. Nina Hubbard of Red Br.nk, N. J., recently obtained a divorco in Sioux i'aus, a. jj., ami tooic up witn a young clerk. Ho soon deserted her and she has gono homo. Tho Now York Bowery has n mur derer for pleasure. Ho is known ns ' 'Jack tho Slasher. " Friday inof niug ho cut tho throat of John Carson, ouco a prominent Baltimore lawyer. Mrs. Albert Oglo of Kansas City lives in a smnll brick house, whoro, ns sho says, a ghost onco a week goes through tho pantomime by which tho son of its builder hanged himself thero years ago. Tried t AVrrcK u Train. Purvis, Miss., Jan. 10. Fivo colored men wero arrested nnd jailed hero last night for attempting to wreck train No. 10 on the Northeastern road near Okolona by placing obstructions on the track. LET 'EM GO. j-tere's flow ft fteads flow That We Have Taken Our Last Whack at Prices. : CLOTHING- : All of our Men's Cassimere Suits that were $3.75, now for $2.95 All of our Suits that were $5.00, now for 3.60 All of our Suits that were $7.50, now for s.qo All of our Suits that were $ro, now for 7.50 All of our best goods that sold as high as $17.50, choice now for $10 Everything in the shape of clothing butch ered in proportion. A general slaughter in the prices of woolen goods. Boots and Shoes at your own prices. We mean a general CLEAN UP Come and see us. m lraBl jk ar As our quotations will prove. Watch this Column And note the prices given from time to time on first-class groceries. THE RESULT will be that after looking through our stock you can't im magine how you paid such high prices for goods. THIS RIEHNS ESDMiflfp HUE And a penny made is a penny earned. Look out for us and Watoh our Advertisement From day to day and save not only pen nies but dollars. Yours Respectfully, For fine goods low prices and saving money. J. T. CHAMBERS, 6n AUSTIN STREET. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106,000 IDIIRZHOTOIRfS. J. S. MoLKNDON. President. W. D. LAOY, O. H.HIGGWBON. ocoanti of banki, tmnkern, merchant, farmnri. meohanloi and othor olaasos solloltoJ. W pay (in much attention toimal uaaountaaslargennoH. e give personal and ipeolal attention toouroollaotlondeoartnent,anl re-nifaday of payment. Kioliange bought and sold o all the principal points of the United States and Europe. ' MOORE Manfactm ers 1 Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bpicoa. Aloxandro's Java and Rio Blend ColTee. Moore Broa' White Wlno and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros' Puro Cider. Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslnos wo aro now prepared to All orders promptly. Patronizo Homo Institutions. Sustain our efforts to make Waco a Groat Manufacturing Centre. Corner Eighth and Austin Streets. E IN IT J. T. DAVT8, Vice-president. J. E. PAUKKB, THOB. P. ABKEL. B. BLACK, OathUr CAUFIELD. II ROTHERS. Wholesale Grocers. Moore Bros' Flint Candy. PURP iB tm ' taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa