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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 16 1892.
T W. HUNTER. M. D. I J V11VSIV1AX tin to, - tsiisujtu:ox, Tnjriit. Slato at Old Corner Drug 8toro. Olllco hours ut roaldonco, from 12 to -1 p. in. No. 1108 South Eighth street. W.H.WJLKHS, Ml) W. O.WIIjKKS, MD UcbIiIcuco ;jij N is St.. Kesidellco 12U 'J i DRS WILKLS. & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. . b, CHAJlliKlifellUKK. Slato at Old Corner Droit Bloro. at OQlcu nnd Hesldences. Tulcpnone Dr. IM. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. EUflESE TftOTT, 207 South Fifth Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. ElUGKNEl TROTT 20; Soutb Fifth Street. Hotel Royal Bar. Haydon & Hayden, proprietors. Neat nnd quiot. Very finest wines nnd liquors. Suporb lunoh at 10. Old friends and customers as well now will meet a hearty welcome. Everybody goes to Joo Lenman's when they want a good meal, or he cream. The "Big Muddy lump is strictly cold-weather coal. Telephone Egan or coal. Buy the "Big Muddy" lump coal Keep warm and givo your imaginaiton a rest. "Telephone Egan for coal." For the best and freshest hcef,pork mutton, veal, spareribs, fish and oystcrB fO u Crippen corner Fifth and Frankling Our goods and our prices do our advertising, we find it btst in the long run. Parker Bros. Dockerv and Co , Fire Insurance Aoents Provident Building. Best companies and oloso ntion to in terests of insurers,. We givo employment to more people and have moro teams engaged in de livering our "justly colobrated Big Muddy lump" coal than any othei dealer in tho city. "Telephone Egan for coal." You do not have to draw on your imagination while seated at a fire of tho "Big Muddy lump." On tho con trary, you have to "draw baok" from tho "generous heat." Remember tho Big Muddy and take no other. Tele phone Egan for coal. Steam Sausage Factory. Fresh Fish. Fresh .Lard. Fresh Oysters. Fresh Sparo llibs. All Kinds Moats And Sausage, Cheap for Cash. J. 0. Stafford. Happy Hoosiers. William Timmons, Postmaster of Idaville, Ind., writes: "Eleotrio Bit ters has dono moro for mo than all other medicinos combined, for that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver trouble." JohnLeslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, says: "Find Eleotrio Bittors to bo tho best Kidney and Livor medioino, made mo tool like a new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Eleotrio Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whether ho lives or dies; he found now strength, good appetite and felt just liko he had a new lcaso on life Only 50o. a bottle, at W. B. Morrison & Go's" Drug Store. OPIUM Jmbmm iiiiiiiiiiiii'iii V Atlanta. Un. Offl and Whiskey Habits cured at liouie with out pain. Ilookof par ticulars tent FItKK. U.M.W00LLEY.M.I). Atlanta. Ua, Office lMKWhltefcaJlBfc TRINITY NAVIGATION CAPTAIN FLATAU WORKING FOR A RESURVEY. Mlnoilly Cnlllllltf, lIlllllll'H it'ioii or iiut riiiiiiniut'i! on Weights ami MriiiiircH i'ith cuinui-i- inn -siiMT .m-ii ill Tci;ill Hit- House. Washington, Feb. 10. Cnptnin Flu tan, who is here working to secure a sur vey of tho Trinity river looking to its improvement for navigable purposes, called at tho ofllce of tho chief engineer to talk with General Casey. Thnt gen tleman was at iir.st not at all kindly dis posed to the project, because engineers had repoi ted that tho rendering of the Trinity navigable for tho year was not practicable. Captain Flatau stated that tho Texas peoplo did not expect that the stream could bo mado navigable for tho whole year up to Dallas, and that their demand was that a survey should be mado looking to the improvement of the river to the point named so that it could bo navigated from seven to nino months. After a long talk over tho matter and Captain Flatau had given General Casey tho benefit of his experience on tho river, tho general promised that if requested by tho committee on rivers and harbors ho would givo an opinion to it, and tho opinion would bo that a special survey should be had of tho river. Judge Abbott went beforo the river and harbor committeo and addressed it in advocacy of a resurvoy. Ho admitted that heretofore tho report of the engin eers had not been favorable to the im provement of the river by tho govern ment but ho said he did not believe any thorough survey had ever been made. Ho told tho committee of the vast terri tory and tho great productive powers of tho country through which this stream ran. Ho also stated that beforo the war steamers ran far up the river and that they only ceased because of the intro duction of tho railroads and the indispo sition of the government to keep tho river in navigable condition. Mr. Ab bott said the peoplo all along tho river from Dallas to its mouth were interested in tho matter and desiro that the govern ment make a thorough survey. He was satisfied that navigation could be se cured for at least seven months in the year. Ho said that at Dallas a company had been formed to oo-oierate with tho government in this work. Captain Flatau, who is hero at work on tho matter, says: "Major Allen of tho corps of engineers declared by report that bo had made a survey of the Trin ity river from Dallas to its mouth and deemed it unworthy of improvement. Colonel Comstock, division engineer.and General Casoy concurred with him. Tho reports of the engineor department must bo favorablo to a matter of this kind be fore tho river and harbor committee can bo expected to make an appropriation. These engineers are educated in theii business and savo money for the govern ment whenever they can do so. The river and harbor committeo having con fidence in and relying on them very naturally object to ordering any reur vey when a survey has onco been re ported. In our case I think thero is no doubt that the uncommon grant of a survey will bo made. After tho chair man of tho river and harbor committeo and General Casoy heard tho case stated to them from a practical standpoint, they seem to bo favorably impressed, as was the committee also. General Casey in his interview with mo approved tho idea of a seven or nine months' naviga tion. If a survey is ordered and tho ai propriation is made for it tho work will bo dono by an officer specially detailed for tho work, as tho engineer in that district (Major Allen) has already mado an unfavorable report on the survey made by him." Senator Chilton to tliu 1'iiri'. Senator Chilton introduced a bill fix ing tho date of tho meeting of congress on tho first Tuesday after tho first Mon day in December. His reason for tho bill is that as the caso is now there is really no meeting of congress till after tho Christmas holidays. While congress meets on tho first Monday in December it generally takes .t recess almost imme diately till after Now Year. The em ployes about congress aro selected as boon as congress meets and they draw their salaries though they do not really commence work till January. Tho bill, if it becomes a law, will save faOOO or $10,000 a day. AVIlllumn' Milioiity Itcpolt. Washington, Feb. 10. Mr. Williams of Massachusetts, from the committeo on coinage, weignts ami measures, suu mittcd tho views of tho minority on tho Bland frco coinage bill. "Tho minority submit that tho only possiblo result of tho legislation proposed in this bill is tho prompt suspension of gold payments by this government and the immediate adoption of tho cheater monetary stand ard of silver.." It is held that silver coming from abroad would destroy gold standard, and savings bank depositors, artisans and pensioners, it is claimed, would suffer. Tho bill itself will drii'o our cold into tho coffers of speculation, in vite foreign holders of our securities to sell at any price to escaiw loss by repu diation and our whole monetary system will be thus disrupted Accompanying is a Dill authorizing the president to in vito an international monetary confer ence. Ciinmliiin ltcclprneit). Washington, Feb. 1(1. Sir John Thompson, George 1. Foster and Mao Kenzio Howell, tho Canadian commit (doners, closed negotiations with Messrs. Maine and John W. Foster, represent ing tho United States, for reciprocal trade relations between tho two coun tries. The statu department ofHJ ials re fuse to make known tho result of the conference, hut if is believed the visitors wero unsuecessiui in mo mission, no cause of their alleged failure to satisfy the representatives of tho government that they were authorized to make a commercial treaty entirely independent of the direct interests of Great Britain. TlioTnrllVIUlN. Washington, Feb. 10. The ways nnd means committee will report three tariff bills to the house during the present week. This much wits determined upon at a meeting of tho Democratic majority. The measures to be reported aro tho Springer free wool bill, the Bryan free binding twine bill and the Turner bill, placing cotton ties, cotton bagging and machinery for making the same upon tho free list. It is prohablo that thero will be an interesting struggle between the tariff bills and the Bland free coin ago bill for precedence in the older of consideration in tho house. In fact, the btrugglo has already begun. With silvei out of tho way, public attention will be concentrated on the tanfl lulls and by keeping that question before the public steadily, its prominence will do. much greater than if the silver bill wero sand wiched between them. In this view they aro supported by a very considera ble number of men who aro in favor of making the tariff question paramount to the silver issue and in this class of mem bers aro somo of the ways and uieam committee itself. The Atiroi-us nnd tlicsiiii, Wasiiinoton, Feb. 10. Professoi William Unfitness of tho United States naval observatory, in speaking to a re porter about tho brilliant aurora bore alis Saturday night, said that although the sight was very flue, yet the grainiest display of the character he had over wit nessed was in 1850, when the lights were seen as far soutb as Havana. "Many theories," he continued, "have been ad vanced as to the cause and extent of the auroras, but after all it is pretty much guess work. It would seem easy enough to determine whether tho lights are visi ble at the north pole as they aro visible at the south, yet this point has nevei been settled. If tho theory that the lights aro caused by electric currents thrown off from tho poles be true they should be visible both north and south simultaneously. Wo has'o records of observations as early as r(W. I think it is a fact that auroras come in cycles, sa every ten or twelve years, and the elec trie hypothesis is the usually accepted one. It is possible, yes, I will say prob able, that more auroras will come in the near future. The recent magnetic dis turbances were so great the magnetrom etric instruments in the observatory were affected. r.iiiiu-RiiiK tin- I'H'f i. 1st. Washington, Feb. 10. Tho Demo crats of tho ways and means coiiimittet decided to report it bill reporting on the free list: "All binding twine manufac tured in wholo or in part from tho istlt or Tampico fibre, jute, mauilla, sisal, grass or sunn." Tlio original mil upon the subject was introduced by Represen tative Bryan of Nebraska, and this gent leman was chairman of the sub-corn mitteo, which prepared tho committee bill agreed upon and which is worded as above. Tho Democrats also agreed to report favorably tho bill of Representa tive Turner of Georgia, placing upon th free list cotton ties, cotton bagging and machinery for cotton bagging. KIcet Senator hj tlio Tropic. Wasiiinoton, Feb. 10. Tho house committee on tho election of president and vico presidont and representatives iu congress, agreed to report a bill leaving tho election of senators to tho peoplo and conferring exclusive jxiwer to tho statt 1 gislatures to fix tho time, place' and manner of holding such elections. Silver SI'ii lliivmi .Majority. Wasiiinoton, Feb. 10. Tho silvei men secured upward of 120 Democratic signatures to tho potition asking that the rules committee bring in a special ordei for tho Bland silver bill. There aro J!!: Democrats in tho bouse,.so tlio silver men have a majority. MnKInloy Hill Inic-tlL,-atlon. Washington, Feb. 10. Tho house has adopted tho resolution directing the committee on agriculture to investigate the effect of tho McKinloy law on tha agricultural industry of tho country. Senate. .Washington, Feb. 10. Tho attend ance of senators was more numerous than usual. Senators Hill, Brfco aud Cnllum, however, aro absent. A bill appropriating $15,000,000 for the improvement of the Msssissippi rivoi from tho passes to tho mouth of the Illi nois river was reported and placed ou calendar. A concurrent resolution instructing tho senato committee on immigration and house committee on immigration to investigate tho admission into tho port of Now Yttk of Russian immi grants infected with typhus fever was intoduced by Mr. Chandler and was passed. Mr. Manderson, from the committee on military affairs, reported adversely four bills for tho increase in infantry anil artillery branches of tho army and re ported in lieu of them a bill to reorgun- i.v uiu unuieiy lino liiiiiuuy nraneile of the army and increase its efficiency, which was placed on tho calendar. Tho lecoinmendation from tho treas ury department for urgent deficiency appropriations for the current fiscal year, is tts follows: Five thousand dollars to continue tho rccoinago of uncurrent and worn subsidiary coin; $l3,000for salaries and expenses of tho United States circuit court of appeals and iJHOOO for printing for the department of justice. They wero referred to tho committee on ap propriations. HllllrtC. Washington, Feb. 10. The house, which has entered upon tho eleventh week of its label's, was called to order by Clerk Kerr, who read a communica tion from tho speaker designating Mr. McMillin of Tennessee as shaker pro teni. The house has adopted a resolution di lecting the aonimittee on agriculture to investigate the effect of tho MoKinley law on agricultural interests of tho country. lo (oiliest tlio'HcKllllf.l Hill. Chicago, Feb. 10. The constitution ality of tho Melvinley administration aot is to be attacked. Tho first move has been mado in the United States court by filing a motion to dismiss tho appeal of Collector Clark from tho decision of the loard of general appraisers assessing certain duties on dress goods belonging to Locke, Iluleatt & Co. The motion is on the ground that the administrative act is void, and a number of technical points are raised in support of the posi tion taken. Delimiiii-N Itelle. Nkw Castlk. Feb. 10. Nine person1 were lastenetl to tlio wnipping-post ami given from three to twenty lashes by Sheriff Simmons, according to tho grade of the crime for which they had been convicted. Three of tho number, con victed and sentenced for moro serious crimes in addition to the whipping, weie obliged to remain in the pillory one hour each. Police I'li'llMllltl) suipi lieil. GUTimii:, O. T., Feb. 10. When the police raided half a dozen farm houses Saturday and found nearly a car load of stolen goods, they knew they had un earthed a gang of thieves that have been operating in the wholo Territory, but they did not know they raided the ren dezvous of the worst gang of counter feiters in the Wvst. Chailes ami Oliver Bates were arrested and Mrs. Hummel, wife of out of the farmers, states they were members of an active gang of coun terfeiters who put thousands of dollars of spurious money m circulation. War rants are oJjfor lcf a dozen others. Alliance l'lopeil Iniolwd. JaUvsuN, Miss., Feb. IB. Tho Alliance manufacturing propel ty, located at Can ton, Miss., embracing valuable buildings and grounds, is m debt and the manage ment has levied an assessment of 120 per cent, on the stock. If this iissr'ssment is not paid in twenty days tho property will bo sold. Tho room's tn disorder, Tho cat's on tho luble, Tho Uowcr-stiind upset, nnd the mischief to pyt And Johnny Ik scrciimlnir Ah loud nn lie's able, Tor nothiutr crocs right when iimmina'i away. What a scene of discomfort and con fusion home would bo if mamma did not return. If your wife is slowly breaking down, from a combination of domestic cares and femalo disorders, make it your first business to lestoro her health. Dr. lMcrco's Favorito Pre scription is without a peer as a remedv ,for feeble and debilitated women, aud 13 the only incdlcino for tho claca of mala dies known as "femalo diseases" which la sold, by druggists, under o positive miaraniee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction, In every case, or tho monev will bo refunded. It is poBltivo euro for the most complicated cases. It's au invigorating restorative tonic, and a soothing nnd strengthening nervine, Imparting tono nnd vigor to tlio wholo system. It's a legitimate medi cine, too carefully compounded by an experienced physician, nnd ndapted to woman'd delicate organization. K Ns. P V si M rriasiTrf . J X ML vvitwour a No. VU1 tiii: NT.T not- ti:..s, To tho shoillTor any ConstVjto of .Mcl.onna enmity, Uieotlnf,': U. ' . Trlpls ilminlrtrator nl the estate of M. Itomaud Uecran-d, tntlt'K Med In our I oriity Conn Ills l" iinl Account of tho con dition of tuo IMiHb of nultl M llomnml Decent eti. uureiiior wim mi appi cation to be illfchaTL;- ert fromsild Adiulnlstrntorshlti iit 1 on lire Hereby Coniiniinitril. tlint l.v re I iy Con wilt fir i mninnded, i-niiuiiiii nun win n r iwriiiynirHlt n newspa in.. ... .!. r. r ..::."". " pnlill l.nntllin YOll OUI lltlll notice In nil to-runim lnl,.r. ioi juiiiiuri- iuiuiimicu ir ine uouuiy of .He c-sted In tliu Account for flnnl Nun lenient of eald Kstate, to Die Miclr objection tliurito, If any tlioy Inv on or before the Jin cli term, ltf.'j, ornld County i onrt, comniencliiK anil to tm luitilcii nt tho Conrt House orhKounty, In Waco on the first Me inlay In Manli 'stii, when i-ald Account nnd Ap) luitlon will lioconntitur ed by enld Court. Wi'jiksr my lintnl nnd sent of oPIco nt Waco thin with day ot January ISO.'. :I. S. . J V.-n.M(i:ii. Clnrk County Court McLennan i onntv, Texas. lly T. II ltnow.v. Deputy. . lli. tiii: STATU or ti:.an. To tho Sheriff or any Constable, or McLennan county, Greeting: l K. McClnln Administrator ortho Kutntoof F. SI. Mat Held Iieccimnl having llled lit or County Court Ida llmil At count ol tun condi tion of tho Ktiitonf snlu V, Sl.Stnxllelil De cerned toirethor with nn application to bo ills chnrpeil from salil AdnilnlBtratorebl i You aro Hereby Commanded, that by publi cation ol his writ for twenty ilnya In iiiionena. per regularly publUhed Lennnn you ele duo not In the County of sir rou Rito dmmotlc to nil porami' In- tciest' d In tho Account for I Innl Set lenient of Bllld Kntnte. to file their oblectlon thereto. 1 any tlieylmve, on or beforo tho March term. ls'.U, of Bald County Conrt, commencl' l-nnd tu beholden at tho Court lloust of Bald County In Wt-co on tho tlrst Monday In March Ib'J'J, xvticn end Account and Application will ho consider edby until Court. WiTNKHsmy hand mil enl of : . olllco, nt aco thin 3rd day of l'eh- : I,. H. rnnry lSthl. J. W. IIakkii, Clerk .. C-iinty t otut Mol.cnnuit Cmnty, Texas, by T. II. IluoWN. Deputy. Tin: s'iYTi:or ti:xas Totho Sheriff, or any Constable of Slcl.eiiiintt County GreetliiK: You nro hereby eoiumnnded. to snmmnn by mukltiK publlcaticn ol thin citation ence n ouch week lor four fciiccosiilve. weokn prior to tho ro turn day heicof In some nonspnper published In Sid, it- nn con ity, Texas, George, Miller to bo nnd appear beforo tho llorornblo District Coutt of vtcLcminn count v. Texas , nt tlio next roiiulnr term theroof, lo bo i old In tho Court House, In tho Cltvor Wnco, on tho tlrst Slonda In Mnrth A. D, 18'Jl, then and there to nimwo tho IMalnttff'a I'ollHon, filed In afmltln said Court on tnu 11th day of Fchrunry A. I). ltWl wheroliiAlice .Miller In l'lnliitlll, and 0 o'ko Sllllet-rs 1) -lendant. KlloNi of still beltiK.No. .vkil' Tlio nnluru of tho I'hilutUT'H dein .ml Is nx riUlnwii, to-wlt: Pinlmlll' seeks n judgment for dlyorco on the proundHof o net Ireaiii.ent, nnd nbnndonincnt hy defendant forlhrei yearn Hkiikin Kaii. mot, nnd have you then and there thin rt, with your endorsement thereon, allowing how you hnvuexociitcd tho same ' Oivk-i UNDhiiAIr Uami and Feal of 1 (Hiild Court, nt Olllco in tho City of It. S Wucn, this tho Mth day of January A, ( ID.IS'.U. ATTK.T 'A V. 11KXHLKY. i Clerk District Court, Slcl-ennan ounty, 'I'e-8. tiii: stati: orTii.YAs. To thu Sheriff or nny constable of Slcl.cnnun cninty, Greeting: Yi u niu herehycommnuded t' summon Hel len C Crosby by mnklnir publlcntli n of this citation In some nowipnpcr published In Mr. Lennnn county onco in each wick for four sue ccHin weeks pre; l( hi to return day hereof, to ho nndnpiienr Imluru the bono nlilo District Hi urt of .Mcl.enriiu nu ty, Texas nt the next rediilnr term thereof to bo held In tliu ci urt hoiiBe In the city i f nco on the llrst v onlay In March, A I). 1114, then and there t nimwer tho pliitutllf'A petition llled In 11 suit iu Bub' court 011 the -JmIi dny of January. A 1. IstJi wherein K. I., Crni-hy Is plnlollll' nnil llellii O. Crosby ilefendunl. Fllu Mi" or suit bobif, No .'18I8, 1 lie nntiironf tho iilitlutllf's demand Is as fnl Iiwb. to wit: n stilt for divorce Irem the bonds ef ninlrlmrny lia-ed 011 the gr umls of ahnmli umeiit. Herein full not nnd have you then nrd there this wr t, with yi ur Imlornctncnt thereon, (fhowlnB him yi 11 limp? executed the smile. : tilxeii iiiiileriny baud mid tho real I,. S. : ol said Court, at Olllco in tho city : : 1 f Wnco, this tho'J thdnyol'Janu .... nry, A. I). IS'ii tttest- .. I'. HRARi.BV.a clerk District Court, Mil.eunnn C anty, 'l'exs Tin: stati:ofti:.as. To tho HherllTor any Constnblo of MnLcnnan CountyGreeting: You aro hereby commanded to ar.n.inou J oh It. SparkB byniiiklng publication of this ci tation in some newspaper piililli bed In Mcl.on 11 a 1 cnuiit onco In osclMU-ek for lour aucces she Hieks 1 re Ions to ret m n nay Inreof t he and appear before the Honorable District Court of McLennan Count' , Texan, nt tho next regu lar term thereof, to bu held in tho Court Ponco, In the t.ltv or W iieo, on the tint Monday In M arch. A. D MM then and thereto am-ucr the Plaintiff's Pet tion llled In n suit In enld Court on the jsth day . f Jnntiary A. I), Is!)-', wherein Martha J. Sparta Is Plaintiff, ami Ja-. II. Sparks IB Defendant File No. of suit belinr No Mill. 'I lie nature of tlio I'lulntld's demand li as fol Iohb to-wl : ' A suit lor dl'orc.o for separation fiom tho bonds of mntrinouy based 011 the Krnuml of cruel and nbuslye treatment desertion and fail ure to stippuit. . Hkiikin l''n.Nor, nnd have youthen aud there this Writ, llh jour endnrsenicnt thereon , shoivlnirhow you have executed the rauiu, Uivkn Unuku SIv Hand and h. S. Sea, of mid Court, ut Olllco In the , City of Waco, this the iMth day of January A. I intfa Attest: Z. F IIkahlkv. Clerk District Court, Jtcl-cnnan County, Texts. Straight dinner rom 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lehman's. Assignees Notlco. Notice is horoby given that on tho 12th day of January 18o2 the Iilako Manufacturing Company of Waao, Toxaa, mado a general assignment to tho undersigned uesignco of all of its property for the benefit of all of its creditors and that said trust has been aoocptod; tho assigneo has qualified and is now in possession of all tho proporty of said company for tho pur pose of administering said trust. All creditors wishing to acoopt under this assignment must tnako known to the assignee their consent in writing- within four months after pub lication of this notice. Address all communications to tho tindorsigncd at Waco, Toias. 1). D. Fa incnii.D, Assignee. Alonday January 2 5th 18U2. f I H $ n " i '? f- 1 I i I 1 '3 .ra Jl A 1I I