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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY n i892
ruIos and Regulations at tho Park Natatorlum. Open t! a. m. to 10 p. m. closed nn Sumliij night. Pool resorvcd for Judas exclusively Wednesday evening I to 5 3tS Saturday morning 9, to 12, Monday nifciht D to 10 for Indies and gentlemen, pool party, tub, nccdlo, and vnpor hatha at all hours for pationtR and o'hers. Experienced malo and tenialo attendants ilay and night. Tom L'aihjitt, Proprietor. J. B. ChksNut, Manager. Just Received Larrro Btock Krosh pardon sood. Como yo market gardeners. Wo havo ample to BUpply you in everything. W. L. TUCKER, at "Lion Drug Store." When you want nico fresh meat nmtton beef, pork and purcrkrd go to MKIiLOIt & Delaney 125 South Third etrcct. liliii ElLad tjjl B p?) m The onh cheap lots offered in Waco for tho laHt five years aro thoso now on the market in the Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waoo. Those lots arc being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a chance to scouro a de sirable home such as will never occur aairi. Cheap JLots. Theso lots ho high and dry. They verlook a large portion of the city and have perfect drainage. They lie n tho healthiest part of tho city, catch ng tho pure breezes from the prairie intainted by passage over any part of 'ho city. Cheap Lots. Thoso lots have tho finest soil, a rich sindy loam, admirable for gar dens, and are underlaid with puro crater in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen feet, which can bo usod for irrigation. Cheap !Lte These lots are closer to tho center of the city than any other addition, and at tho same distance lots aro sell ing for thrco and five times tho price asked for these. There is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or 1' G. Kirkpatrick, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho Kirkpatriok addition oan obtain them apon application. New - England- Magazine ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY. LITERARY MAGA2INL OF BOSTON. It is unique, containing American Legends, Traditions, History, Story ami Pootry, Philosophy and Music; Science ami Art. A la Articles for 1892. filOllICSOF SALKM iriTOIlOJl.t 1ST, lllimtratcil. I'llIl.T.IPS IIJIOOKS, IllUHlralrtl, r.un:sj'AJiTOA', Illustrated. iroirnr,i.'s Jtusrox, Illitstruteil. mis Fvrum: of eluottjiioity. Illustrated, toiiu;s a ritojaiJftiyT fjsatithi:. AJ OU nunt this carefully pdlteil and finely T Illustrated literary magazlno of Bostou, wli other you Imvo any other or not. Every Nuiubor Finely Illustrated. It treats of American subjootn, past mid Ireecnt Social question) aro cllscuseod In He Mlumns. Price 3.00 a trar. Send lot. for a Simple Cop). 'or unto nn all neicnntnrnlx, Addrcs NEW ENGLAND JIAGAZ INK, 38 Poderal St.,IIoston, Mass. FOR THE CURE OF LIQUOR $ MORPHINE HAPilfc oall on on ADDRESS THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T JERSEY DEMOCRATS ARE FOR CLEVELAND REFORM. AND TARIFF IllitlriuKlriiirul In the ltriitililirnn Party for AlKcrSi'iiiitor Veil' I.rtl.r Gnunri yultd u Kmifmtlun Anion Uumucrnts In IVuKhlltRttlll, NbwYoiik. Fob. 11. A meeting ot prominent Now Jersey Democrats has been held hero. It was resolved that tariff reform, as advocated by tho Dem ocratic party and approved by an im mense majority of tho people, should be the issue upon which that party will go boforo tho convention at tho coining, presidential election, and that tho inti mated freo coinngo of legal tender silvex would, if ndopted. bring distrohs anil ruin to tho country, and its advocacy would iiiMiro tho death of any party making it nn issuo in tho presi dential election. The members also pledged themselves to use nil proper exertions to havo tho substance of theso political convictions expressed by tho national convention of tho Democratic y.xvty, and to securo tho nomination of the candidate who by his courage, candor and definito state ment of principles, and in the opinion of the people lias become tho rightful and safe leader in such a movement, their choico being under all circum stances Qrover Cloveland. They also pledged themselves to resist by all proper means any attempt to do feat, prejudice and misstate tho wishes of the great masses of tho Democratic party and to prevent tho nomination of candidates who, if thoy havo any opin ions of conviction on the great ques tions, havo lacked either tho capacity ot tho moral or political conmgo to state theso positions in such form that other people could understand them. The Jersey men will establish permanent j headquarters and take an activo part in the coming election. ViM's r.rttcr. Wasiiinotojj, Fob. It. There is n oelief hero this morning that tho Blaine clement in tho Republican party is likely to concentrate around Alger, while Vest's letter reading Cleveland and Hill out of tho list of practicable candi dates and naming Flower or Morrison stirs up quite a sensation on tho Demo cratic side. Democratic leaders admit quietly that Vest has told tho truth both as to Cleveland and Hill but doubt the wisdom of making a parade of these facts now. It is behoved by thoso, con ver&ant with Illinois politic? that Morri son could control Illinois for himself, owing to friction growing out of his quiet opposition to tho Springer speaker ship campaign. It is tho growing belief hero that tho Cleveland influence will settle upon Campbell of Ohio as its roj resontatlve if it sees Cleveland cannot win tho nomination. On tho Republican side there is a strong indication that Quay, Dudloy and others, opposed to . Harrison, will invito on Alger, and that ho may develop greator btrength in tho convention than i3 now generally expected. WANAMAKER TO RESIGN And Will Mo Sent to 1'nrN to Succi-cil Min uter Ucld. PiiHj.VDEi.niLV, Feb. 11. Itisrumored that Postmaster General Wauamnkor is to resign within a fow days and bo bent to Paris to succeed Reid, who has long desired to return to tho United States. Its sequel is that James Clarkson is to bo appointed postmaster general. Theso moves on tho party checker board aro said to havo been arranged on the occas ion of Wanamaker's visit to Mr. Clark son at tho Plaza Hotel in Now York last Sunday. Uimblu to Sen UlnrUsnti. Nr.w YortK, Feb. 11. An elTort has been made to verify in Philadelphia rumors of cabinet changes, by an inter view with General Clarkson, but tho re porter was unable to seo him. Clarkson expects to go to Ashovillo, N. C, to bo treated for rhouniatism. Sirs, rillou'rihiilt Asnliiit II. Clny KIiir. LiTTi.r. Hock, Feb. 11, The celebrated Pillow-King caso was argued and sub mitted. Tho dispute is over a plantation in Leo county, Ark., which Mrs. M. E. Pillow, widow of General Pillow, claims to have bought of General II. Clay King, laying $10,000 for it. King mado and delivered a deed for tho same, which ho afterward got possehsion of and de stroyed. lTo now claims that no consid eration was ever paid, and that tho sale is void. Tho evidence goes to show that Mrs. Pillow did pay tho monoy, and tho case was tried in the courts of Tennesseo to force King to make another deed. Tho Tennesseo supremo court dismissed her suit for want of equity. Sho now brings an appeal from tho Leo county court and claims want of jurisdiction of tho Ten nessee court to try a caso involving title to land in Arkansas. What I a NVeli Worth? Buiominciton, 111., Feb. 11. Tho jury in tho case of Leonard Matthews againbt tho Chicago and Alton railroad returned a verdict in tho circuit court awarding damages of $1000 to the plaintiff. This colebrated caso has been boforo tho courts for two years. Tlio complainant alleges that his neck was broken by his being knocked front a- car by a bridgo near Joliot. about two years ntjo. and ho now wears his head in an iron frame work for support. At tho first trial ho was glveu a verdict for $101)0. A now trial was given when tho jury disagreed. This timo Matthows sued for $20,000. The attorney for tho railroad company says that tho case will bo still pushed, a now trial being asked for. FOR STARVING RUSSIAN. Tlio Gencrotm Ship Tlmt tVlll Ciiny SOO(t Tun of I'oimIi Bai.timoki:, Fob. 11. Tho Atlantic transport lino steamer, Missouri, will sail from Now York March 12, on a mis sion of meicy to Libau on the l'altic sea in northern Russia. B. N. Baker, pres ident of tho Atlantic transport line, of fered tho steamer to W. C. Edgnr, mali nger of tho Northwestern Miller, to car ry tho 2000 tons of food which havo been collected for tho faniino-striekon peas ants of Russia. Later in tho evening Mr. Baker received a telegram from Mr. Edgar, accepting the oiler which is equivalent to a contribution of $30,000. A successful effort had been made in Philadelphia by a number of public ofil cials to raise $20,000 tochaiterasteamor to carry the iood to Russia. Tho offer to do this was not accepted by Mr. Ed gar, as part of tho supplies wore on their way. Ho asked Mr. Baker to charter him a ship to sail from that port. Mr. Baker refused, but after a llttlo confer enco with tho directors of tho lino, ho offered tho uso of tho Missouri free. Tho Missouri, which was the savior of tho Denmark's passengers, is duo in Now York about tho timo tho ship will ba wanted and her selection to carry iood to tho sufforing is peculiarly iitting. as sho is well known in the Baltic and nearly all of tho seaports of northern Europe. She will be commanded by rfltifnin fTiitivd. wlm !i iViiinf nHJcnr nfc tho time of tho Denmark's rescue. Every- tiling m connection with tho Missouri's trip will be free. Thomas Hogan & Sons, stevedores, applied for permission to load tho slap at their own expense. Tho Borwiud-White Coal Mining company of New York havo offered to coal tho ship for her trip. The Now York warehouse will store tho supplies until ready for shipment and no charge will bo made. Tho Now York Central will collect the food and deliver it in Now York, and the underwriters aro now consulting whether thoy can insure it without cost. Tho 2000 tons of flour will not much more than half fill the Missouri us sho has a carrying capacity of U000 tons. All that may bo received up to tho timo sho sails, in addition to that aheady on hand, will bo sent ovtr in hex. A S-oiVUtroiiiil Jioi'iiiii-nt. Dr.xvnu, Feb. 11. A very sensational document was filed in tho district court by tho American Water company in tho form of a complaint sworn out by C. II. Vernier, vico piesidont of tho company and chairman of tho finance committee. It asks for tho recovery of a large sum of monoy from Dennis Sullivan, who for sovoial years has been vico president and director of tho company. This money, tho complaint states, amounts to $07.'J0O and was misappropriated by Sullivan. Venner claims that Sullivan a intention was to wreck tlio company and when tho foreclosure cauio to buy it in it Ins own price. Neer Too I.nto. Dks .Holm.!.. Feb. 11. The supremo couitroom w its tho scene of un unusual occurrence. Application was made for admission to practico by ono of tho old est and most widely known men in tho state. General George W. Jones of Dubuque was presented to tho court hy Judge Wright and took tho oath. Jones i j)i ears of ago and was ono of tho first United States bonators from tliis state. Coal I'orti-rs Strllie. London, Fob. 11. Eight thousand coal porters in this city havo gone on a strike in consequence of a dispute with ono firm regarding wages paid its men. Thero is likelihood of a riotous demon stration. Now York Ufo Pri-Miluiiry. New Yoiiic, Fob. 11. John A. McCall accepted tho offor of the pmddency of the "New York Life Insurance company, provided ho bo given full and absoluto control, but will not accept otherwise. Tho matter is undor consideration by the trustees. IliK Pall li re. Nf.w Yoi'.K, Feb. 11. Tho fniluro of Philip Bruns has just been announced on stock eschungo. Ho has been a mem ber sinco 1SG0, Liabilities, 100,000, all to personal friends. Ho is dobtor Whito & Co., who failed for $100,000, to Pa till llupturu of li Itlood Vessel, IIonky Giiovk, Tex., Fob. 11. Mrs. J. B. Barnett, during a coughing siell this morning, ruptured a blood vessel, overflowing tho lungs with blood, re sulting in instant death. Sal lorn 1Oit. LONDON.Fob. ll.--T.io British steamer, Earl of Dumfroya, mn into ami sani; a 6choonor near Caidill' today. Three men out of a crew of fivo were drowned. if aco Eygmi Mews What Do You Want? Do yon waut Agents! Do you want IutIlt? Doyou nnnt a Partner! Do you want n Situation; Do yon wnntto buy Anything) Do yon want a Iluahandor Wtlfli Do ycu want Hoarder or I-odflersr Do you want any ' Help," male or temalo! Do you want Herrantn, Clerks or Mechanics! Doyou want to rent ft Koom, Hotlfo or Store! Tjo you waut to toll your Good-will and fix tures! Do Xou want to Rent or Sell your lloum, of fice, Lot or Kami! Do you want to liny or Bell h Hore, Wagon, or any kind ot Vchlclcy Ilaroyon Tont or Kound anything! IIbtuou recond-hand Goods ot nnykhdthnt yon wish to Hell or exchange! Personals or Matrimonial Advertisements! It ko, The New will publish an adrortl-e-tuont in tho "Want Column for ON K ON r l'KR WOltD per day, or V1VK ClCNTS riSll WOKD for one week, spven days The News Is the on y pnpor that iroos Into nearly every rcadiiiK household In Waco, and besldos clrrulatlm,- largely In adjoining towns. Ilnndredscanbo referred to who have profitably adrertlsod In ltB"Vint" columns Waco Evening News CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertising In thlacolnmn onnrged a ths rate of one cent per word for each insertion. Cash must accompany the order, except wlioro ordered by a regular advertiser. WANTED. llMlTi:il-To buy a Jersey com, mnst bo " young and a good, milker. Apply at K pub Office -2 0 If w .NTi:i-To buy tendora Hen Ciiah. .MOTr.. notes. 1m WATI3llworlc In S'enogrnphy ami typewTltli gby Geo W. Srn-boiouch at WllllaniB & Kati8 law oll'co room ."J Provident building. WANTED -Jo'i I'llnting of all kinds nt Tim Nnvva Steam Job Itoonis Show vour ap preciation of n live su'tilng paper by giving It at least a miarn 01 your pauonago. rj'iiiMncuon guarantee it on evtry order received, and proof Hhuvrn if ilehhed. AM AVn:i lo buy fcccond hand Fumltnro, Y btoMS, CarpetB, 'luols, Ever thing. Waco curiosity Shop. AI'ri:il 1'artlcH who wnnt to Invest In M In the rich agricultural InndB or Central Texas to send tl'tdr addreaB to TI1K WACO DAILY NEWS. Inlotmatlon ftirnlohed freo. WARTCIl-Oni) thousand old suits to clean at R(0 North Fourth street. A. Friedman, successor to'lhu IJttlo Frenchman. 6-ai-t MISCELLANEOUS F4HI Ili:T Suit of mourn, llrat floor, southern and easurn oxposure, bay wtmlons. Mrs Harmon, corner of J.lghtli and Washing ton, tf Ti'Oll SA I.!: Four lots In Col'i-go HelKhts. X ehame for a K"od lnv ftintnt. 1 need the money lu busini'FP, otlurtec ouId not Bell, easy terms. K, li. Sivtts, I'. O Hon CM. I-1 lit niTV IBAI.Ij Ki:sTji;it,iNT--jMid vchon houto. Irrshleir niwaysou tap. Hot hllle. reKular lueals. osaters. ilsli ui'd gamo always on hand. i -bt "PTC" ltlj' A nice dwolltnir-houso App y 10 App 1 14 tf toT. A.Ulair I I.1II. At Gaunt Urns Fifteenth and Jack- nr lttfl.iil l.ltki.. Mroots- Itoi k Jjim Portland, Rcsoi.dale and" I.ottlsvl.lu Cement, 12 10 1 mo FOIl A IjI:OU1 papers ut 20 drcd at Tiik. m;V8 olllcu. cents jior lain- FOIt ItriNTFnrnlturo, Stoves, Sewlnf? Jlachlnes, Everything Waco lurlotdty Shop, GlTano filo Austin atreet. TTUHt NAM..-at Cost! AtContl At Cost I X! Jewelry, Clocks, bilvor l'lattd Knlvia lorka. Sni oiih. Nankin lUnm. L'oikut and Table Cnltrry, Fterlicnpis, Ink Stands, I'lo ture Frnini-H ai d Notions. Thia Ih tlio Hist time woeeradveritscd to sell at cost but wo desire to handle only New Furniture and Second band goocsofall kinds.. Waco Curios Ity Shop. TIjijI.tllOM.-Gnunt liros. for Post Oalc or Ash cord wood, rtoo wood cir llro place wood cut any leuKth 1210 lino LADIES ATTENTION! Woman, Lonely woman, ono bottle of my celebratnl Tonti will permanently enlarge your fornil IdcIich In sudaya, aud.rnakoyou n- beuutllul as Cleopatra, or money refunded. Prlco only -(K), Womnn'a on y truo lrlend, for It never falls. Ionii, plorl us Tonti, will make the leanest person fat, and remove tlioso horrid wrlnklta. Bond for scaled circu lar Mils. 1)11 JMIU'KK. 241 WiiiAsli Aveisue, CiilCAtio, Ills Dockery & Co., Assurance Agents ropresont first rlass companies only. Evory attention paid to placing risks. Give us a call at our new quarters in tho Provident building. Miles Norvo And Llvor Pills Act on a now principle regulating the llvor, stomach and howols through the norvep. A now discovery. Dr, miles' Pills speedily ouro biliousness, bad taste, torpid llvei pilos, consti pation. Unoqunled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, sur est. 50 dosoa 25 cents. Pamples freo atH. ORlshor & Go's. Drujr store 513 Autin avonue and Whiskey BablU j cured nt lioiuo Mltu louttialn. llookolrmr- ill t.1 tf.3 luU tlcu'an sent l'Jtt;i- 'guruiiiaaisara II, M. WOOI.LKV.M.I) 'Aflauta.Uu. yaica H)IV Wbltetxll ta t ZVZ'!&E& fffiEjj&yL ... Tys'-jy Vyv'i nvkv:.b Ain: Local Time Card. HlntiHrl, finnans Ttixna. assenker Trains South Ho tin d. No. arrive 12H0 a. m. No. 1 Iwnven 12:3) e, m. No, a arrives lie p. m. No.:ileavtft ltlOp. m. North Honnd. No. 2 nrrlvos I'M a. a.' No. 3 loaves SiFsewm, Ni. arilvea 3:10 p. m. No. leavoa. :20p, m. Tiuvis Jons. Ticket Anent. rnclCo Hotol Blcok Votton Holt Hoate. OOIMO WB6T. Train No. 1 leaves 11,00a. m. Train .so 1 arrives 10.-4Jtn.in KOUIoaAST. Train No. 2 arrives A:lSp m Train No. 2 leaves S:30 p. in 'ItatweonVTaco and St Lonls solid train vis I'traTonld to St. Lonls on Izon Mountain trc Into Union Depot. W. 8. QiLLasrik, UltyTloketOllloeatNo. 112 South FourtSt. ii. at. r. fNo.SS Arr 0tl6a.ru, West bound. ,, t f " Hast bound. J , , I " W. K rai.'v o:ao a. m, SI Arr 1:05 p.m. aij'v.... 31 Arr.... SIL'v.... ...10:20 a. m, ... 8:20 p. in. ... B:10p. m. OWKN8. Tloiet AKent. Unlerraolflonotslllloak, Opposite FostolBC' Sun Antotilo unit AritiiMiN I'nma. South hound ko. 32.--noutii souNn--no. 81 Lv Waco at R a. m. Anlves ll:2 p. m. South Hound frelcht which will carry pas oiiKori,;lcBVesWaco at 12:45 u. m. -tk.b:b TO ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. THRODBH THAISS CAEEY PULLWIANn SLEEPERS Mnn Mnts li TLli CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY. Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Taylor md Kansas City and Hannibal. lit .lUiiull II It ill Ul' t ClUfck trains oleaiieri and lorltialliiti, matt me H.. K. i T. R'y tbe Dct line to N ew York.Boston WimtTCfiJ aiifl St.Pa t A. S. DODGK, Tralllo Manager, St. Louis, Mo. H. P. HUGHES, Gon. Pass. Agt., Dallas, Tox. E. li. PARKER, Assist. Gon. Pass. At. St Louis, Mo. -THE- Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) TO St, Louis, Cairo, Memphis ANDALIi POINTS 11ETOND. Freo Reclining Chair Caro and Pullman Ballot Sloopors. Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS AITD AIjX. POINTS BKTOHD. Tlio Only Lino d.itT.ru.K PM Kori to eannecUoR rsfttxa atMEUl'IIIS wttb ont long nd dUriftW onudbni traae ter MroMtbaetrr. Tl o Only Lino Wnh k& .imp. ieKOtfirTtortvrnrORT WORTH a&4 MKUPHI8. Tlio Only Line with thronjii. cm .h tIco between JtBUFltlB aad point In CB1 TRAIjTRXIH. The Shortest Route TO ALL POINTS IN THE jWToxiU UneliaTthroOliUoVitionle rt The Cotton Belt Route Ratal, mp tka tablet noil nil loronnatlo Tlllb ehwrfnUy rttrnUb'! or. appllmUon K viy BKnt of tha company, or it.M.OAJtTMJt. yr.it, HiA-ratiM, tx'l'UvgVuf Afl'L lU'll'au' AK!. Unci ) "I .'