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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 12 1892
Rules and Regulations at tho Park
Natatorlum.
Opon 0 a. m. to 10 p. m. cloned on
Sunday night Pool reserved for
Indies exclusively Wednesday evening
2 to 5:0; Saturday morning 9 to 12,
Monday nipht 0 to 10 for ladies and
gentlemen, pool party, tub,necdlo, and
vapor baths at all hours for patients
and others. Eaperionoed malo and
fcmalo nttcndan'ts day and night.
Tom PaIkiitt, Proprietor.
J. B. OhkrNUT, Manager.
Just Roeolvod Largo Btock
Frosh garden seed. Come yo market
gardeners. Wo havo ample to supply
you in overj thing.
' W. L. Tucker,
at "Lion Drug Storo."
When you want nico fresh meat
mutton beef, pork and purerlard go to
MgLLOR & DxiiANEY
125 South Third Btrcet.
Cleap Lois,
The onl cheap lots offered in Waco
for the last fivo years aro those now
on the market in the tCirkpatriok Ad
dition, East Waoo. These lots are
being sold for ono-half their real val
ue, making a ohanco to secure a de
sirable homo such as will never occur
Cheap JLots.
These lots Ho high and dry. They
overlook a large portion of the city
and havo perfect drainage. They lie
in tho healthiest part of tho city, catch
ing tho puro breezes from the praiiie
untainted by passago over nny part of
tho city.
Cheap Lots.
Theso lots havo tho finest soil, a
rich sindy loaoi, admirablo for gar
dens, and are underlaid with pure
water in inexhaustible quantities at a
depth of fifteen and sixteen feet,
which can bo used for irrigation.
Cheap Lots.
Theso lots aro closer to tho center
of the city than any other addition,
and at tho samo distance lots aro sell
ing for three and flvo times the price
asked for theso. There is millions in
it for persons of small meanB. Call on
Mrs. or P G Kirkpttrick, southwest
oorncr Eighth and Clay street.
All parties desiring plats of the
Kirkpatrick addition can obtain them
upon application.
Sew - England - Magazine
ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY.
LITERARY MAGAZiNL
OF BOSTON.
It Is unique, containing Amorloau
Legends, Traditloua, History, Story
and 1'uotry. Philosophy and Muslo;
Science and Art.
AM Articles for 1892.
STOJtllCS Olf HAT. KM WIXCIW11AV.T,
Illustrated.
rillLMVS JIIIOOK.S,
Illustrated,
Illustrated.
jahi:siajitox,
iioirxhiss jwstox,
Illustrated.
TllKI'aTVHK OF IZLVGTTMVITX,
Illustrated.
ttr01Ui:S A VH02IIXKXT l-JSA-TVIW.
"II OU wnt tbls caTofully edited and Apoly
Y illustrated lltorary maRazlno or Boatou,
whether yon havo any other or not.
Evory Number Finely Illustrated.
It treats of American subjoots. rust nud
present Social nuutkni are dlscoueoil in us
columns.
Frlte JJ.00 a Year. Stni lot. for a Cmplf fopj.
For sale ouall newsstands.
Auto NEWiKXGLAND MAGAZ
38 Federal dc.llosbon, Ma33,
INE,
FOR THE CUKE OF
LIQUOR MORPHINE HARITb.
;ali. on on address
THE KEELY . INSTITUTE OF
Indian Territory.
okiahoju crrr, o. t
ABOUT TUB CENSUS.
INVESTIGATION ORDERED
PRESIDENT.
BY THE
Siiiiirlntiii1nt l'lit-tor's, I'rldidn Vorj
"Much Iiicpiint-d at 11m Action or Mr. Iliir
rltuii Complaint from St. Louis ruriil
tiiro Hoard of Truth-.
New Yoiik, Feb. 12. A Washington
dispatch nfllnns that a dispatch was sont
to tho interior department asking Secre
tary Noblo to come to tho whito house
immediately upon important business.
Tho secretary responded and was clos
eted with Mr. Harrison over half an
hour. The result of this conference was
that Mr. Noblo returned to tho interior
department in haste and summoned into
his private room two of his most trusted
assistants. Tho gentlemen selected for
this important investigation wero A. C.
Toner, chief of tho appointment division,
and George W. Evans, chief of tho
finance division. Thoy wero instructed
to lay aside all other work and begin at
once a thorough and systematic over
hauling of tho census bureau.
They wero told that the investigation
was at tho personal request of the presi
dent nnd that Mr. Harrison would be
glad to havo a report at as early a day
as is consistent with a conscientious in
vestigation. Mr. Toner and Mr. Evans,
howover, wero unable to begin their
labors until Tuesday morning. They
Ayere cautioned to keep their investiga
tion ns secret as possible, but tho fact
necessarily became known to several
people. Mr. Porter's friends, who havo
heard of it, aro very much incensed at
this action of tho president.
When the investigation was ordered
Mr. Porter was not in tho city and had
been away for soveral weeks. They pro
nounced it taking unfair advantage of
tho superintendent, and said that if there
was anything tho president could not
understand beforo putting tho experts
to work, ho should havo iisked tho
superintendent to oxplain it.
One of tho things Secretary Noblo is
particularly interested in is a complaint
from tho merchants of St. Louis. It
was signed by II. E. Lasher, president
of iho St. Louis furniture board of trade
and was dated Jan. 22.
Mr. Lasher called attention to tho
vast interests represented by tho mem
bers of tho board of which ho was
president. Ho said that Superintendent
Porter, when ho made his speech to tho
Commercial club of St. Louis, on Nov.
21, gavo in detail tho manufacturing
statistics upon which tho merchants of
St. Louis relied and based their calcu
lations and which have since, to
their great indignation, been proven
to bo altogether unreliable and
worse than worthless. Tho letter con
tinues by stating that Chief Special
Agent Baines had publicly stated six
months ago that his field work was com
pleted, and added upon tho authority of
Mr. Porter that tho manufacturing sta
tistics would be sent out in an ollicial
bulletin from tho census office within
nhioty days.
"I want to call your attontion," says
Mr. Lashor, "to tho fact that Superin
tendent Porter stated that ho hud
plenty of money with which to com
plete tho work. With plenty of money
and ample thno tho merchants of St.
Louis feel justified in requesting that
you inform them tho causo of this ap
parent neglect and unwarranted delay. "
llrutal AHNiUitftnutloii.
BnniiNaiiAJi, Feb. 12. Deputy United
States Marshals Jackson and Baker re
turned from Cleburno county with two
prisoners and tell of a brutal attempt
wtiue by a gang ot conspirators to mur
der J. W. Sneadmann, wifo and 9-year-old
James. Shortly after supper Tues
day night James went to the front door,
opened it and looked out. While stand
ing there the reports from two shotguns
wero heard. Tho boy fell unconscious
to tho iloor and his mother reeled and
fell also. The bullets had taken
effect in tho boy's abdomen and tho
mother's breast Tho mother recovered
consciousness und picked her son up in a
dying condition. The mother, at last re
ports, is oxiected to livo but a fow hours
and tho boy is already dead. It seoms
the brutes bad mistaken tho boy for
old man Sneadmann, a government wit
ness iu a moonshiniug caso, who was ab
sent at the time.
Pension for Kx-Coiifcdurntrs.
Jackson, Miss., Feb. 12. Tho house
has passed a bill appropriating $01,200 a
year for iwnsions. This will give thoso
now on tho rolls $50 each. Tho present
appropriation is only $80,000. Tho bill
provides that all indigent ex-Conf ederato
soldiers, sailors, servants and tho indi
gent widows of such shall bo entitled to
$50 per month, unless tho number at this
rate exceeds tho appropriation, iu which
event tho amount shall bo pro-rated be
tween them. It is estimated that tho
indigent clause will put at least 0000 on
tho rolls in a fow years compared with
tho 1280 now on. If this turns out true
the amount that each will receive will
only bo about $12. Tho bill makes tho
auditor the pension commissioner.
AnotlierltcTolutloiu
Vienna, Feb. 11. Rumors nro current
that another revolution has broken out
in Sorvia. All telegrams from Servia
nrmilnVnt to censorship. Tho Scr-i
minister in Vienna says that tberu is
truth in the rumor.
no
PPT- CLIQUE OF BULLION MEN.
Hon tho
GnvprmiHMit Ik
lliililifd.
N.Mtilnutlcilllj
Chicago, Feb 12. Charles E.McCon
noil, a banker of Montrose, Colo., in an
interviow hero said: "Prices paid by
tho government for silver bullion under
tho present coinage act are controlled by
a cliquo or rim? of speculators who raise
or depress silver quotations at their own
pleasure and for their own profit I do
not make this charge from hearsay or
rumor. I do know it to bo a fact, and I
am personally acquainted with somo of
tho men composing tho combination
Somo western silver men are in it, but it
is made up chielly of eastern speculators.
Tho mint buys silver twice a mouth, re
ceiving sealed bids. By some means,
known but to themselves, tho manipula
tors of tho silver market always know
theso dates of purchase far in advance t
anyone else.
Between tho days on which the gov
ernment buys silver tho price is de
pressed, but when tho United States is
in tho market as a purchaser quotations
go up, nnd tho ring bikes its profit. Not
only is tho government mulcted in this
way, but tho silver producer on a small
scale, who, not getting into the ring,
is simply robbed. Many members
of congress aro fully awaro of tho exist
ence of this silver cliquo and know all
about its manipulations if they do not
share in its profits."
Wnnt mi Improvement.
Washington, Fob. 12. Aqniotmovo
ment is on foot among Harrison's friends
to securo an improvement in tho quality
of delegates elected from tho south to
tho national convention. It is a notorious
though uncomfortable fact that many
colored delegates in former conventions
wero merely a purchasable article, sell
ing their votes to the highest bidder
alter arriving nt tiie convention, it l?
hoped by tho selection of whites to di
courago this custom and at tho samo
time got a class of delegates who can bo
relied on. The administration will also
insist that no officeholders go as dele
gates to the convention.
Tins Wutur Was Had.
Topkka, Kas., Feb. 12. For somo
time the peoplo of Norton, Kas., havo
been complaining of tho -water furnishod
by tho local water company. It finally
became so foul no one would uso it.
Tuesday night the pumps were stopped
and tho workman entered the btnndpipo
to clean it. To his horror he discovered
tho badly decomposed remains of a man
which evidently had been there for
weeks. The coroner decided it must bo
tho body of some unknown laborer pass
ing through tho city in search of work
who had committed suicide by jumping
in tho reservoir.
True to Union I'l'liii'lptr.
Nashvilli:, Feb. 12. Hon. 15. W.
Cormack, a sterling Democrat, resigned
tho position of editor of the Daily Amer
ican of thisctty today and will assume a
liko position on tho Memphis Commer
cial, made vacant by tho resignation of
Colonel James Keating. The latter re
signed becaiiho the management of tho
paper published two editorials on tho
question of the recent htnko ol union
printers without his lermusbioii anil
against his views.
.Married a Dnl.f.
Pakis, Feb. 12. The civil marriage of
Duke Do La Rochefoucauld and lliss
Mat tie Mitchell, daughter of Senator
Mitchell of Oregon, took place at tho
Mario of the Seventh Arondissment and
the religious ceremony was performed
at tho church, a short distance from tho
duke's reMdenco in line Do Belle, Cliasse.
Whitelaw Iteid and Mrs. Real and Mrs.
Augustus Jay weae anion;; tho Ameri
cans present.
A l'atal Accident.
Hopkinsvillk, Ky., Feb. 12.&. train
on tho Louisville and Nashville struck a
wagon containing Wm. Johnson and
Perry McKnight, residing near Kelly,
eight miles north of here, smashing tho
vehicle nnd fatally injuring both men.
Tho pole of tho wagon broke from its
fastenings as it was crossing the track
and beforo it could bo removed or the
men get out of the way tho fast express
dashed into it.
Tho Search Over.
New York, Fob. 12. Search tor tho
missing in tho hotel ruins is ended.
Every ortion of tho ruins havo been
searched and chief Dcwiuet says no nioro
bodies are in tho ruins. Seventeen
bodies havo been found, Feven of which
havo been identified. Tho remaining
ten are unknown and unclaimed at tho
morgue. Proprietor Mears believes
there aro three more bodies in the ruins.
.Slye'a Ki-coril,
Racink, Wis,, Feb. 12, Facts havo
como to light in tho ist few days tend
ing to implicato Adelbert Slye, now in
jail at St. Louis for the Glcudalo train
robbory, with tho robbery at Western
Union Junction iu November. Ho was
supjKwed to havo been in company with
Mrs. Hedspeth at the Junction when tho
robbery was committed.
1'nrniurs for Hill.
Atlanta, Feb. 12, A poll of the staK
agricultural society at Cuthbort com
jiosed of tho most prominent farmers of
Georgia, shows: Hill CO, Cleveland ill,
third party 8, refused to answer 0.
faco Evening Ms
What Do You Want?
Do you want Agents!
Do yon want PuuilBl
Do you want a Partner!
Do you want a Situation)
Do you want to bay Anythlnst
Do yon want a Husband or Wife)
Do ycu want Hoarders or Lodgers!
Do you want any "Help," mate or fcmalet
Do you want (Servants, dorks or Mcchanloit
Do you want to rent n llooni, Itonte or Store)
Do yon want to aell your Good-will and Fix
tures! Do ou want to Itont or Poll your Home, Of
fice, Lot or Farm!
Do yon want to liny or Sell a Hone, Wagon, or
any kind ot Vcnlclo?
Hare you Lout or Ki.und anything!
Have jou second-hand Goods of any kltd that
yon wIMi to fell or exchange!
Personals or Matrimonial Advertisement!!
It co, Tin News will publish an advertise
ment lu tho Want Column forONKCNT PER
WOIlD per day, or PIVK CKNTS PKll WOllD for
ono week, ,ven days
Tna wEwb Is the on y paper that eoes Into
nearly ovary reading household In Waco, and
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns.
Hundreds can be referred to who havo profitably
advertised In lts"Wnnt" rolumnH.
Waco Evening News
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS.
Advertising in this column oharged a th
ratf of one cent per word ror each Insertion.
Cosh must accompany the order, except where
ordered by a regular advert Iser.
WANTED.
WAIt'J'liU To liny a Jersey cow, moat bo
voting and a gocd milker. Apply at
NowsOfflec . a-Otf
w
ANTIJD To buy vendors: lien notes.
ClUB. MOTZ. I III
TTTAINTHIiWork In
8'enogrnphy and
VV tvnewrltlr cbv Geo W. Sorboionch at
Williams A Evaim law olllce room
bnlldlng.
Provident
WANTED JoS Printing of all kinds at The
Nun h Steam Jot llooms Show vour np
pt relation of n live evtnlug pnper by giving h nt
ienBt n Blmi'o ol your natronace. Snllsructlon
gimrnuti'i ! on every order tecelvcd, and proof
HIIOWII 11 UUBirtMl,
AI7 AISTlin lo bny fcccond hand Furniture,
'" Stoves, ( nrpeta, Tools, Everything.
Waco tnrlosltyShop.
WAMTISD-PnrtlcH who want to Invest In
In the rich agricultural lnmlB of Central
Texai, to send their address to THK WACO
DAILY NKWS. lnloriuatlon furnished free.
WAH'ri;i--Onu thousand old suits to
clean at 3o3 North Fourth street. A.
Friedman, successor tolhe little Frenchman.
O-'Jl-t
MISCELLANEOUS.
Foit Itr.Vr-.Sult of rooms, first floor,
southern and eiic tern cxpcBtire, tiarwlndos.
Mrs Harmon, corner or Jilghth und Washing
ton. tf
piTV 1IA1.I. KKNTAOUANT-
And
Jr
chon houte. Fresh leer always on tan. Hot
Millie, regular menu, ojsterB, llsli nnd gamu
uluuys on hand. 2-3'JUt
F!
;it HIJIVV A nlcodwelllnK-houso -App y
toT. A.Blslr. U4tf
Ll.lli: At Gaunt Bros. Flfiocnlh and Jack
MreetN' lto k I, tin" or fclntkeil L.lme
Portland, Kcsoi.daIe and Louisville Cement,
12 IU 1 mo
OIt:NAl.i:--old papers at 20 cents per hun
dred at Thk isr.ws olllco.
FOIt Itr.vr Furniture, Btnvcs, Sewing
Muchlucs, Everything. Waco curiosity
bhop, C17anc 010 Austin street.
FOIt SAM: At Cost! AtContt At Cost I
Jewelry, Clocks, bllvcr Fluted Knives
I'orkH, Spoons, Napkin Kim'H, Po.kel and
Table Cultrry, Merlf-copiB, Ink Rtatids, Pi0
ture Frames ard Notions. Ttla la the nnt
time wo evcrndvertlfcd to sell nt cost bnt ve
desire to handle only New Furniture mid
Second hand KooeBlofnll kinds. Waco Curios
ity Shop.
TI3lr.laIIOM:GauntRros. for Post Oak
or Ash cord wooo. stove wood er Uro
plarewood cnt any length 12101 mo
LADIE8 ATTENTION!
Woman. lively woman, one" bottlo of roy
celehrntnl Tonii will permanently cnlnrge
yonr form 4 Inches In 3j days, and, sake you
at beautlnil as Cleopatra, or money refunded.
Price only t'i.W, WomHn'arn y true friend,
for It neter lulls. TOnti, plorl ub Tokti
will mako tho leanest pirson fat, and remove
those, horrid wrlnklia. Eeirl for senlrd circu
lar J1UH. 1)11 MILLKU.
241 WlDABII AVKNUE, ClIICAdO, ILLS
Dookery & Co., Assurance Agents
ropresont first rlass companies only.
Every attention paid to placing risks.
Givo us a call at our new quaitcra in
tho Provident building.
Kilos' Norvo And Llvor Pills
Aot on a now prlnolple regulating
tho liver, stomach and bowels through
the norvee. A new discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills HpoodUy cure biliousness,
bad taste, torpid llvoi pilot), consti
pation. Unoqualed for men. women,
in J children. Smallest, mildest, sur
est. 60 doses 25 cents. Samples free
tH. ORIaher & Co'b. Drug store 618
Austin avenue.
Tho Cotton licit will sell round
trip tickets to New Orleans on aocount
Mardi Gras, Feb. iJ8 and 2o at $15 .'10.
W. S. Gillespie.
Fishing taokle of ovory description
with a full stock of hunters supplic
II. E. A 1BOLD8.
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Local Time Oard.
niaxoarl, UnmuiA Tsxas,
Passenger Trains South lionnd.
No. arrives lSsltl . ca.
No. 1 lonves. . 12: a, a.
So, 5 arrives Ik p. sa.
No.Sleavfs lslOp.sa.
North Bound.
No. 1 arrives.., ...,, ,,,, 2:ia a, m.
No. J loavci :Nta,m.
So. I arilvei 8:10 p.m.
No. leaves l:20p, .
Tnivia Jonas,
Tloket Agent, Paclflo Hotel Bloek
Cotton Bolt Bont.
OOINO WIST.
Train No. I leaves 11.00a.m.
Train ao 1 arrives,. , 10:45 a. ra,
sows BUT.
Train No. 2 arrives oilep m
Train No. 2 loaves (:&0 p.ra
Udtween Waoo and Ot. Loots solid train via
Paraspnld to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track
Into Union Depot.
TV. S. GiLLasriw,
UltyTloketOffloeatNo.il: South fourtSt.
H.T. C.
, S3 An
asL'v
81 An
, fltlSst.
8:80 a.
. 4:05 p.
West bonnd
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Bait bound
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,10:00 a.
, 8:20 p.
. 8:40p.
m.
m.
W. K. OWENS. Tloket Ajrent,
Under roolflo Hotel Block, Opposite FostoSer
Sun Autonln ami Arntiaats I'aas.
80UTH nOUND NO. 32.--XOUT1X BOUND--t
Lv Waco at '6 a. m. Arrives ll:2 p. m.
South Bound freight which will catry pas
ongere,,leaves Waco at 12:4s p. m.
-TBCB
TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
THEODQH TEAUS C1BBT
PULLJVlAIMn SLEEPERS
Bemtei muti li TLU
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
KANSAS CITY.
also FREE RECLIMM CHAIR CARS
IllSTWKKN
Taylor vA Kansas City and Hannibal.
DM .Jlllillli it l.i 'i tit til' t CllUs
tialni ol eastern aid Bonfalliifi, nail
tbs M.. K. & T. E'r the not line to
N ew Yori.Boston Moiitrea) ami St.Pa r
A. S. DODGE,
Trafllo Manager. St. Louis, Mo.
H.P HUGHES,
Gon. PaRS. Agt., Dallas, Tex,
E B. PAltKER,
Assist. Gen. Piipb. Agt St Louts, Mo.
"" THE-
Cotton Belt Route
(St. Louis Southwestern Ry.)
TO
St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis,
ANDALIi POIHTB BEYOND.
Freo Reclining Chair Cars
and Pullman Ballot Sleopen;
Two Daily Trains To
MEMPHIS
' ARD ALL POINTS BETOtfD,
Tlio Only Line dirt.riDK P-
iters lo eonnecUDg r4x lUMKliHUfl trtttf
oatloaswddtisxrM4bUomnltms trssvo
fer sorets lbs ltv.
Tli o Only Line with tt,n.ii o-p-
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Tlie Only Line Triththrotiih cm sr.
vie between MBUPOTS sad points la OW
TKAI.TKXIB.
The Shortest Route
TO AITj POINT8 IN THE
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AD Ttzss IJnes bsvs tbrovgh tteVets on sal vie
The Cotton Belt Routel
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