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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 1 1892.
2 Pears' Soap To keep the skin clean is to wash the excretions from it off; the skin takes care of itself inside, if not blocked outside. To wash it often and clean, without doing any sort of violence to it, re quires a most gentle soap, a soap with no free al kali in it. Pears' is supposed to be the only soap in the world that has no alkali in it. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. Ma& StelXu ;$(fciis R. CHRISTOPHER. Editor and General Manager. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Central Texas. Subscription, W conts per month, or f5.00 per yar In advance. Wkkklt Ntws 11.00. per year. Entered at the Waoo postofflce as boo ond class mall matter. THE NEWS IS THE OFFICIAL OR GAN OF THE CITY OF WACO. "I am for free commerce Willi i ill ions." Tlminnn J elf cr noil. all "Hut right 1i rl(i(. though II l iiof al ii "Hi vopnltir, iihiI J ilnml I'll " '''" "'' ," rrtlrm tv to jirlnile life or l'.s metohiyh er honors.'' Jlotier Q. JIIIIh. The ordinance introduced at the last mooting of tho counoil, requiring fire escapes in all buildings over two etorics high, is one of tho most im portant ordinances cvor considered by the council. Thoro are death traps in this town that will one of thoso days or nights furnish a crematory for scores of unsuspect'ng human beings. It is tho duty of the counoil to oom pol the construction of ado quato facilities for escape from evory building in tho city more than two Btories high in whioh people con gregate either for work or rooreation. Every opera house and pubho hall should bo provided with firo escapes regardless ot tho number of stories and The News is not quite convinced that all two story buildings oxcept dwelling houses ought not to be in cluded. The narrow esoapes and al most fatal accidents resulting Irom the great Goldatoin and Migel fire aro frosh in tho memories of the people of Waeo. Suoh sconca might at any timo ooour again. It is tho duty of the counoil to require amplo provision for tho cscapo from firo of any and all of their constituents who may be caught in the upper stones of hotels, opora houses, boarding houses, tenement houBeu, store houses or any other houses where people i abituy congregate. Let's have that ordi nance with tho amendment inoluding nil opera houses regardlosa of the number of stories. Tho Hill boomlet that has bean iizzling around Fort "Worth jumped ovor to L'atuoron Friday and made a Hash. Editor Senter is as sly as ho is slim, but his fine Italian hand and tho Tammauy tigors whito ivory teeth wero visible all the way through that interview. What The News wants to know is, did tho Dallas News cor respondent receivo tho interview in Senter's hand writing or did Captain "MoCord copy it. A HILL BUBBLE PICKED. Capt. A. P. McGord of Cameron, Texas has beon intorviowed by tho Dallas Nows on tho oandidaoy of David B. Hill. Capt. MoCord is tho president of tho David B, Hill club organized at Cameron a fow day ago by editor E. G. Sontor of the Fort Worth Gazette. Tho interview in Btyle, resemblod somo of tho Gazotte editorials so niuoh that wo involunta rily glanced baok sevoral times to see if it woro not Editor Senter himself being interviewed, but it was Captain MoCord every timo. Of oourso it is possiblo that Captain MoCord might entortain tho sarao idoas ontortainod by Editor Senter. but how in tho douoe did ho manage to get in Editor Sentor's style expression and blun ders? Hero's ono of them: Tho sourco from whence comes tho chargo that Hill is in favor of tho in terests of the oast seasons it with poor grace. Tho men who charge it are advocates of Grover Cleveland, who among public man, John Sher man not oxooptod, is tho fiercest ene my of the interests of the south and west. Now, that's just like Editor Senter and, liko a great many things he writes for the Gazette, is tho merest bosh. A little further along in Editor McCord's interviow Capt. Senter says: As between eastorn Democracy and western Republicanism the south, to chooso wisely, will tako the former. Again, it is rainbow chasing for a Democrat to start out in a presidential campaign with tho idoa of capturing a western state. If wo abandon New York, New Jorscy, Connecticut, Indi ana and Delegare to what states in tho west may wo lay rational olaim for an oquivalont of their seventy oleotoral votes. Eastern Demoorecy is opposed to free silver coinage, yet most of the interview is taken up in an effort to prove that Hill is a free silver man and is the only ohanco to cany tho oast. No free silver man can car ry the east, aud Hill is the weakost ono in tho party in the south and west. All tho talk about Hill "winning a sweeping viotor?" is "pure baldoidasb.'' The News will agroo that it is folly to ontertain oven for a moment tho idea that the demo cratic party can carry enough of tho westorn states to elect a candidate and for that reason has opposed the agita tion of the silver question knowing as eyery well informed person knows that with a free silver .lank or a froe silver candidate New York. New Jersey and Connecticut would be lost to the party without the ghoBt of a show to make up for the loss in the west. Jf Hill's candidacy wonli arouso enthusiasm in thoso states as Captain MoSonter eays he will, it is because the people thero be- liove that when ho said at Albany "pass no froo coinage bill this aossion of congress," ho meant that ho was opposed to tho iroo coinage of silver and that they need have no fears of silver legislation if he was elooted president. Tho people of tho south and west have no confidence in Hill and thoy should not have any. Ho is tho most oonsumato fraud that was over boosted into political promi nence. Ho is a cunning politioian and draws around him all oorrupt and dishonest elements and ho has never failed to uso them in a botraval of those who trusted him but refused to do his bidding. Tho olemont that is now trying to force Hill on the Dom ooratio party is the same which in 187C betrayed Tildon, and in 1888 betrayed Oloveland. His recent polit ical exploit in New York in forcing tho qxooutivo committee to call the state convention in Fobruary. two months earlier than was ever known boforo, Bhows him to be a politioial brigand, destitute of moral principle, holding everything decont and rospeotable in Bupreme contempt, now suoh a man oould haTe aoquirod what little prostigo ho has outside of Tammany hall is ono of thoso oon numdrums met with nowhere oxoept in politics. POLITICAL SENSATION. ItojinlillcnnK ot tlm WhtiiioIIi Taction Arirttril. Nr.w Oklkans, Fob. 1. Tho politi cians of this city are soiuowhut wrought up today ovor tho political sensation which developed Friday when several prominent Federal olHco-holders of tho Wannoth faction wero nrrested on war ranto charging them with criminal libel. The trouble grew out of u split in tho Republican ranks and denunciatory ar ticles in tho "Republican" (newspaper) charging tho state senators, Guichard and Donias, ex-Senator .Stomas A. Cage, pennancnt chairman - the stnto Republican convention, State Represent atives Brown, Sims and Henry Demas with having received $1500 each from tho lottery comt,iny for their voto and influenco in tho stato convention. Tho Republican is edited by A. R. Burk dohlc, coiner of tho United States mint, and is tho acknowledged organ of tho Wannoth faction. Friday this paper had an editorial which nttacked Thomas Cage in a rather sarcastic manner. Mr. Cage immediately had affidavit) made out for criminal libol against Collector Wannoth, Appraiser Bodger, Surveyor of the Port General McMilinn, United States Marshal Donnally, Editor Burk lohle and Pearl Wright, whoso name is mentioned as a probable candidate for governor on the Republican (Wannoth) ticket. Those gentlemen aro in tho di lectory of tho Republican. Doatli 111 Horrible Turin. Louisville, Feb. 1. Death came in horriblo form to Fred Bemnsteil, n plumber's apprentice, this afternoon. He was instantly killed and Jacob Kessler. his employer, seriously shocked by com ing in contact with a live electric light wire. This is the third similar fatal ac cident in Louisvillo in iivo days. The tinners were at work on a tin roof, Bemnsteil grabbed a wire to steady him self, Kessler looked up at him and saw the body standing motionless against tho wire. The electric lluid was binning tho hands, causing a sickening odor. In mi instant Kessler was at tho boy's side. Grasping the body of tho boy, ho him self came in contact with tho wire and was thrown to the l oof by the violenco of the shock. He managed to leleaso tho unconscious form, however, and crawl down the stairs to get assistance. When several penous ascended to the roof they found Beumsteil lifeless. Slu-rin Dunn' SImjit. Liberal, Kas., Fob. 1. The prelimi nary examination of Sam Minton, By Orner, Rowen Chase and J. J. Leach, tho four prisoners charged with being members of the mob who killed Sheriff Dunn Jan. 5, was resinned today before Justice Gibson. No witnesses wero ex amined. Judge Ellis, counsel for tho de fendants, demanded their release on bail, which was objected to by County At torney Beachamp, representing the state. Justice Gibson decided that Min ton, Orner and Chase should be hold without bail, and thoy will probably bo sent to Reno county jail at Hutchison, Kas., tomorrow for safe keeping until tho next tenn of court. Leach, tho other defendant, will probably be ad mitted to bail tomorrow, he being seri ously ill and unable to appear in court today. Judge Botkiu was not here. Everything is quiet and there is no prob ability ot trouble at present. Sold llr Omu Child. New York, Feb. 1. Emma Borley, fi2 years of nge, of 37 New Jersey ave nne, Brooklyn, who has been "wanted in Kingston, N. Y., since November for the heinous crime of selling her own daughter, was arrested last night by Detective Sergeant Connors of the Brook lyn central office. Tho arrest was made at tho request of Chief of Police Hood of Kingston, who camo down from Kings ton yesterday afternoon, armed with a warrant issued by Recorder Hussoy of that placo. The woman lived in Kings ton. She had a daughter 13 years old, who caught tho fancy of a commercial traveler. The woman bargained with tho man, who has not been captured and whoso name Chief Hood would not give, to let him uso tho child for an immoral purpose for $10 por month. Tho child escaped from tho man and told her story to people, who infonned the police. Tho unnatural mother was taken back to Kingston this morning. A Victim or Oilnk. New YonK, Fob. 1. Lato last night Policeman Parker of the West Thirty seventh street station house found n woman lying helplessly intoxicnted on tho car tracks on Tenth avenue. Tho woman had a two year old child clasped in her arms and both mother and child weie nearly frozen. Thoy wero carried to tho West Thirty-seventh street sta tion house, when it was found that tho woman was Teresa Beasley, tho wife of George Beasley, of 501 West Twenty sixth street. Beasley was notified of tho condition of his wife, but failed to call at the station house. Mrs. Beasloy died this morning. The child was com mitted to tho caro of tho Gerry society. A giovo Duttoner is in tho form of a whip, tho lash, which curls back and around tho handle, forming the loop. A silvor cigarotto holdor is fashioned in tho shape of a woodcock's head, the long, slender bill of tho bird forming the stem. WE ME As our quotations will prove. Aud note the prices given from time to time on first-class groceries. THE RESULT will be that after looking through our stock you oan't 1m magine how you paid such high prices for goods. THIS SIEHN8 DQMdHgp SHHE0 And a pcuny made is a penny earned. Look out for us and Watoh ouriAdvertisement 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. OPPORTUNITY Of a IifotinoLOe AND LOTS. Don't - Mi - It. See J. E. ANDERSON, Real Estate Agent, All t people aro rushing to J. D. LOFTIN'S NEW CASH STORE, ChaB. hPBPS old stind, COS Austin Avonue. Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for $1, and other goods at prices novor be fore hoard of. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN. CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106,000 ZDIIRIEiaTOIE&S. J. B. MoLKNDON, r rest dent. W. D. LAOT, O. H. niQGlNSON, Aoooantsofbank. bankeri, merchants, farmera. meohanloi and other 0,"8M ?i1.ol.ntwK pay as muoh attention to small aooounta as large ones. We give personal and ipeolu wnoi to our oolleotton department, and remlton day all the principal paintaor tno unuea states ana MOORE Manfactm ers 1 Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bploos. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coffee. Moore Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros' Pure Cider. Moore Bros' Flint Candy. Having purohnsed Mr. Alexandre's buslnos wo aro now prepared to rill orders promptly. Patronize Homo Institutions. Sustain our efforts to maue Waoo a Great Manufacturing Centre. iMcoxwROv, iPiyXJjis: e rs ss Co. WACO. : : : : TEXAS. FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.:::: t ' : : : . ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies l'romt Attention to all Business Placed with us. OFFICE VKVEB BOXEI, 110XA.L, IN IT - L : : Waco, Texas. ands J. T. DAVIS, Vioe-presldent. J. E. PABICBB, THOS. P. ABKEL. L. B. BLACK, OaShUl H OAUriBLD, or payment. Exohange bought and (Old oa curopa. ROTHERS. Wholesale Grocers.