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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY i7 1892.
J- W. HUNTER, M. D. nirsiaiAX a yt:s vita box, ,,,, - Tarua, Slato nt Old Cornor Drug Storo. Oflluo hours at rosldonco, from 2 to 4 .) iu. No. M08 South Eighth Btroot. w. II. WII-KE8, M I) W. O.WILKKS, md JtcBldcncoUlUNl'JSt. BPBlilcnco 120 is a nt DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. it), CHAMHEHSIILOCK. Slato at Old Corner Drag Btoro. Telephone at OOlco nnd ItcsldonceB. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. C O JTe III m TROTT, 207 South FiHIs Si reel. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. RUGRKIR TROTT 207 South Fifth Stroot. Hotel Royal Bar. Haydon & Haydcn, proprietors. Neat and quiot. Very finest vrinos and liquors. Superb lunoh at 10. Old Irionds and customers as well new will meet a hearty welcome. Everybody goes to Joo Lonman't when they want a good meal, or he croatn. Tho Big Muddy lump is strictly oold-weather coal. Telephone Egan or coal. Buy the "Big Muddy" lump coal Keep warm and give your imagination a rest. "Telephone Egan for coal." For tho best and freshest heef,pork mutton, veal, spareribs, fish and oysters vo u Crippen corner Fifth and Frankling Our goods and our prices do our advertising, we find it best in the long run. Parker. Bros. Dockory and Co , Fire Insurance Agents Provident Building. Best companies and oloso ntion to in terests of insurers. Wo givo employment to more people and have more teams engaged in de livering our "justly celebrated Bip Muddy lump" coal than any othei dealer in tho city. "Telephone Eg an for ooal." You do not have to draw on your imagination while seated at a fire of the "Big Muddy lump." On tho con trary, you have to "draw baok" from tho "generous heat." Remember tho Big Muddy and take no othor. Tele phone Egan for ooal. A Philanthropist. Ho who feeds me oheapest feeds my pookot; who voluntarily gives me lowest prioes is my iriend and a bene factor of tho community in whioh he lives. Therefore tho best High Pat ent Flour in Waco sells at retail at $1.30 per sack. Straight Patent at $1.25 per sack. Bolted meal 5O cents a buBhcl. Bran 1 a hundred. Graham Flour 70 cents a sack. W. II. Rhea, GIG Austin avenue. I deliver to all parts of tho oity. Happy Hoosiers. William TimmonB, Postmaster of Idavillo, Ind., writes: "Eleotrio Bit tern has dono more for mo than all other medicines combined, for that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Livor trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of santo place, Bays: "Find Eleotrio Bitters to bo tho best Kidnoy and Liver incdioino, made me leel like a new man." J. W. Gardnor, hardwaro 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 like he had a now leaso onlito Only 50o, a bottle, at W. B. Morrison & Go's Drug Store MINOlilTY'S TACTICS. ANTI-SILVER MEN GETTING OBSTREPEROUS VERY Aim Fight A113 thing Looking to mi Uarlj t Coiiildointlon or tlm 1'ico Cnlmigo ltlll President' .llesaugo In Keguril to tin Minors In tho Toriltnrj. Washington, Feb. 17. Thoro was another exhibition of what tho minority of Democrats in tho house can do whet disposed to bo obstrotxn ous. Soon after tho speaker's travel fell Mr Culberson moved tho house proceed tc tho consideration of matters on the houso calendar. Tho fourth or fifth thinir on the calen dnr is the silver bill, tho bills ptect'diiuj it being nniinpoitaiit. Tho anti-silver men at once beennu alarmed. Thoy were afraid the mattert going before the silver bill being uniin pot taut might bo quickly disposed of and the housu v ould have to confront the silver question. It was not supposed by tho silvei Democrats that it would be possible tc teach tho .siher question, or even if thej woio successful that it could be disposed of, and their cifoi t to proceed with mat teis on tho calendar was iu the natuit of developing the teal antagonism to sil ver among tho membeis on the Demo cratic .side of tho house. Their test wa not 111 vain. The result ptoved conclu sivoly that tho silver men weio in tht majority. Mr. Tracy of New Yotk, who is the leader of the minority on this questioi on tho committee on coinage weights ami measuies, was ci edited u short tiini ago with having declaied that tho mi nority, or tho anti-silver men, would content themselves with piotesting against tho bill in lepoits, speeches and votes, but would not resort to tho ex tt ernes of filibustering. He, however camo to the front with motions to ad journ, motions for a tecessand toll call. Finally Culbeison moved to adjourn, stating ho saw it was unnecessary to try to do any work with the minority in its piesent teinior. The silver men aro jubilant over tho prospect. There ate now about 120 sig natiues to the petition to the committee on rules to set a day lor the considera tion and voto on the free coinage bill. Messrs. Bland ot Missouri and Pierce ol Mississippi, both members of the com mitteo on coinage, weights and measures and most ardent free coinage men, called on Speaker Crisp and had a long talk with him on tho mnttei dearest to theit hearts. Speaker Crisp told them ho wot in favor of a f reo coinage bill passing the house and that ho would see that a day was fixed for a consideration nnd vote on the subject, and that as far at he was concerned he desired tho mnttei disposed of at as e.uly a day as possible. This has been conitiued by somo tc mean, first, the passage of a tree coinage bill, and second, it passes before tho tarifi bills aro considered. The leaders in the fieo coinage move ment deny that thoy ar trj mg to pnsli this measure ahead of tarift teforin leg islation. Mr. Bland distinctly denied this and says there is no fiee coinage man who is not a straight out tariff re former. He says tor his silver fnonds that thoy are jwrfectly willing that this congress shall lead off with a tariff bill. The anti-silver men do not seem to have much confidence in these asset tioiw and are watching tho free coinage men at all times. It will bo recollected that the policy at present is to attack tho tariff iu spots. There is the fiee wool bill, the free binding twine bill, tho free cotton ties bill, etc. All these aio separate bills. It is probable that the silver men would agree that tho fieo wool bill should be considered and then thoy would con elude thoy had waited long enough and had given tariff reform tho load and would push their measure. Churgcs Against Judge .McCormlck. Washington, Feb. 17. There were rumors here that thoro will be a resolu tion introduced in the house looking tc an inquiry into tho conduct of Judge McConnick in the position which he now holds. In fact such a tesolutioi was to have been introduced a few day ago, but the congtessinnn having the matter in hand, Mr. Bankhead ot Ala bama, for somo reason defet red it. There aro all sotts of rumors as to the chargei brought against Judge McConnick ot which tho resolutions aro founded. The complainants against him are from th Alabama mon. who hao been fighting his confirmation as woll as his appoint ment by the president. A Mohiiu nu Allm-a. Washington, Feb. 17. A message was transmitted to congress by tho pros idem, urging an appropriation to carrj out the tonus of tho act passed by the last congress for tho protection of tht lives of tho minors in tho teiritones, up proved tho ad day of Mai ch, 1801. lit also transmitted a memorial from several bundled minet.s working in tlio coal mines of tho Indian Territory, asking for an nppiopriation providing for an inspection. Tho recent frightful dissis ter at Krebs, in that lomtory, in which sixty-seven miners mot a hornblo death, tho president says, giyes urgoncy to the appeal and ho lecoinmends that special appropriation bo made for tho salaries and necessary expenses of inspector! provided for in tho law. To Iutcatlgiitti Trick. Washington, Feb. 17. Gonernl Mil ler instructed Examiner Dougal to make a thorough investigation of the charged against United States Matshal Ftick and his deputy for lack of vigilance in tho matter of tho pursuit of Garza and his band. It has boon btoadly intimated that tho marshal failed in tho duty ot tho prosecution of tho pntsuit, otherwise the Mexican revolutionists had not been able to elude tho American troops, who wero close on their heels. Nothing hat been teccived at tho war dep.11 tuieitt for sot oral days indicating any material change in tho situation or affair aloug tho Rio Grande. lUixmno leu- llio ltlll. Washington, Feb. 17. C. W. Mncutio of tho Funnel a' Alliance addicted tho house committeo on ngticultuio in favot of tho anti-option bill. The bill, ho said, did not interfeio with tho legitimate "futures" dealer, but only with dealers in "futures" who undertook to manipu late tho market. lu-iinciiiK tini tin in. Washington, Feb. 17. A meeting of the ways and mean1) committeo was short and decisive, but final action was taken in this very brief time on impor ttmt bills by a sttict patty voto: Spring er's free wool bill, Bryan's free binding twine bill and Turner's bill placing cot ton ties, cotton bagging and machiuory for manufacturing same on tho freo list. Wiro was otdered to be favorably re ported. These measures have alieady been published at length. Mnj Ho Dismissed. Washington, Feb. 17. It is generally believed thioughout tho wnr department that tho sentence in com tm. 11 tint of Major diaries B. Tluockinoiton, who was tried in New Yotk some weeks ago on charges of duplicating his pay ac counts, will bo dismissal. Options mid J'titurr. Washington, Feb. 17. Mr. J. W. Labourso of New Oi leans made an ar gument before the senate judiciary com mittee against tho bill preventing deal ing in options and futures on cotton. His arguments wero largely the same as those presented by tho house committee on the same subject. Ho was followed by tho president of the New Yotk cotton exchange, who urged that dealing in futures, instead of being injurious, bus a tendency to steady tho cotton maikot and in event extreme fluctuation in the prices. He said if bills of this kind wero passed it would have a tendency to drivo away business to Liverpool and other European mnikots. ' A tv Consul. Washington, Fob. 17. The president has sent to the senate tho nomination of Samuel II. Byets of Iowa to bo United States consul general at St. Gall. Stephen field Munlei. Dr.KALn, Tex., Feb. 17. It will bo re membered Stephen Field, white, a sheep i.inchmnnon Red River, was mutdered in cold blood at his cabin while asleep one night lastSoptember, and his body tin own into the old Shaw lake with a plow chained to his neck. Chas. Daniels, colored, was arrested for tho crime, tjied and sent up for ninety-nine years sinco which time ho has, through his father, given his associates away Jack Johnson and Junius Jones, who have been ar tested and taken to Texarkann. Daniels says thoy beat Field over tho head with an old plow bottom, then dragged him to the lake and seeing some life left thoy shot him in tho head with a Winchester. Tho friends of Daniels promised if ho would keep mum they would clear hint, which ho did, but since his conviction has concluded to have company dm ing tho ninety-nino years. Field owned 100 sheep, horses and wagon, and also had some money on his person. Ho was n bachelor, never was known to harm tiny one and always attended to his own business. Tim It-niirMi-o AVnr. Coal Ciikkk, Tenn., Feb. 17. Com pany G, Second tegiinent Tennes'-eo gnat ds, consisting of eighty men, a gat tling gun and a six-pound howitzer, is in a stton position commanding tho town and railway approaches. A num ber ot shots aro exchanged almost every evening between tho minors and troops. Several miners aro reported to have been wounded and serious trouble expected; it may occur at any moment. Both sides are confident of victory. Tho hoops aio acting vory insolently toward tho citizens. Tlio postmaster was fired upon Thiirtdny night and driven into a hoiifce. Only ono mine out of ton is working. Ono bundled and twenty tluee convicts, strongly guarded by tioops, aro stationed at Olivor Springs, but everything is quiot there. Troops raided tho quarry of Waldron's Ridge and captucd all tho dynamite stored there. GIt'lidiilo Itobliery Cuan. St. Louis, Feb. 17. Marion Hedspoth, the Glend.ilo train tobbor, arrested at San Francisco somo days ago, arrived in St. Louis in chargo of two well armed California officers. As soon as ho ar rived ho asked to see his wife. This win granted, tho meeting botweon them being affecting. Immediately Messenger Mtthennen of tho robbed car, Engineer AVagner, Salesman Goodwell and novoral persons who lived in the vicinity of Swan avenue, headquarters of tho gang, wero ndmitted and positively identified him, when ho was placed in a cell. At Clayton the cases against Albert B. Slyo nnd Mrs. Ileilsiieth camo up. Slyo pleaded guilty to tobbery in tho fust de gree. Sentenco wa3 deferred. Mrs. Iledspeth's enso was continued generally and sho was released on 1000 bond, 1 On tlio llliu-k Mat. Indianapolis, Ind., Fob. 17. Tho nu ditor of tho state has added tho names of sovetal insurance companies to tho black list. Somo of theso companies are financially good, but have failed to comply with tho state iiistir mice laws, while others ate notori ously irtespousiblo. The list includes Macon, Atlanta Home and Georgia Homo of Georgia, Merchants' Mutual, Crescent, tho Southern and Firemen's of Now Orleans, Peabody and German of Wheeling, W. Va. , Palatial of Manches ter, Eng., Quebec of Cnnada and tho imperial of Calcutta. riepnrliig loi Ciiiimti atlon. Philadelphia, Feb. 17. Rev. Dr. Haistman, bishop-elect of Cleveland, has entered on an eight-day letteat in preparation for his consecration, which will take place at tho cathedral bote Feb. ar. THE nIws IN BRIEF. Everything in sight in the new sap pltiio fields of Montana is being "located" by piospectors. An English engineering journal thinks that eighty miles per hour is tho maxi mum of speed practical. Geiicial Alger e.pt esses deep regtet if Ins language 111 defending his war recoi a wounded the feelings of General Custor'd widow. Henry Qmmtuw, a Now York her mit, was lound dead in his room, which was filled with paintings and other wotks of tut. "Wild West" shows depicting the ovil side of the Indian character will not bo countenanced at the World's fair by tho government. Tho American Federation ot Labor has ,1 grievance against the- World's fair management, and may boycott the fair unless satisfaction is given. Fifty cash registeis have been con fiscated in Dayton, .0., by a, United Sttites civil service officer because they bear the likeness of a bilver qnatter. The Chicago loads contemplate build ing a belt lino nnd abandoning all their propet ty insido tho city to avoid raising their tt ticks, as they ate now requited to do. Representative Burk-tt, state Alliance lecturer of Mississippi, will introduce a lesolutiouin tho Mississippi house invit ing Senator Hill to visit Jackson and make a speech. Arthur Piquet and Madgo Parsons went through a common law marriage form on a sleeping car between Boston and Now York. It tho ui oniony took place in Connecticut tho gill is not a wile: if in New York, she is. No one knows tho exact point wheio the tiain was at the tune. A ('root. eel Ait-ount. Washington, Mo., Feb. 17. Thomas S. Black, shetill of this, Fianklin county, is tSOOO shoit in his accounts. His bondsmen will make tho account good. Black has signed all his propel ty over to his bondsmen, but this will not cover his bhoj tage. Unking; Glad tho Was to (V'nlst) Flaccs, "That's what I call making glad the walit places," eald Smlthsoti, as ho put lit? arm around a lady's waist. But Lilly won't care much for this show of nfloetlon if Stnithson doesn't Rot rid of that disagreeable catarrh of his. Won't Homebody tell him that Dr Sage's Catnrrh Remedy will cure him. By Its mild, soothing, antiseptic, cleansing and healing properties, Dr. Sage's Cat'trrh Remedy cures tho worst cases of Chionlc Catarrh In tho Head, as thousands can testify. "Cold In the Head M Is cured with a few applications. Catarrhal Ileadacho is relieved and cured as if by magic. In perfect faith, tho makers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy tho World's DUpensnry Medical Association, of Jluf. falo, N. VT offer to pay $.'00 to any ono stillcring from Chronic Catanh in the Head whom they cannot cure. Now, if the conditions wero reversed If they asked you to pay S-"00 for a positive cute you might hesitate. Here aro reputable men, with years of honor able dealing ; thousands of dollais and a great nam? back of them. They believe in themselves. Isn't it worth a trill ? Isn't any trial prefer, bio to catarrb ? l!7 or TEXAS, To tlio ahoillToi nny I'oimtib'o of count . Urciltni! MiLcnna U. . 1 . Irlpla tdmlnlMralor r.f the of Into of M. liomnnd lc n-itl ialtg flleil In out County Cour. hln V nnl Arrom I of tin- con dltlonnfthe ItnlcofHnldM itomand Deceaa cd, together t It li nn nppl'i atlon to be discharg nil from stlil Administratorship you aro Hereby Cniiunnndul, tbnt by pnbll-c-ntlon ot tliln wilt fi.r twenty liny In n now alia perroiiularlyptibllBhid 1. the County of Mc Lennan yon g to due notlco 10 nil 11. rsona inter eeled In tlui A count for Plnnl .So bment or said Kc tnto, to Bio their objection then to, If any they hnv on or before tin Much term, Ib'Jl, orsnld Connty i onrl, coinnu nclng and to toholdcn nt tho Court Houso or snldCem ty, Iu Wrroon thoflrat Mcndny in March b'il, when mid Account and Application will bo consider ed by mid Court Wi KKan my lmml nnd seal of oPlio nt Waco thin :.oth day ot Jnnniiry isyj :L. S. .1 W iUHvn. Clerk County Court I Mclennan 1 onntv, Texas Hy r. 11 IIiiown, Deputy . ."NO. 14 11, tiii:stati: or TEXAS. To tho Sheriff or any Conntablo of McLennan county, GnetliiR: 1 l. h Mcclain Admlnlatrntor f tho 1-atntoof F. M. Mat field 1iiH.cni.id hnvlnn tiled In oar County Court Ids tltuil Aicount ol tho condi tion of the K-tnte ir Fain K M. Mnylleld Do cened together with nu nrpllcatiim !obo dia chArgcd froineuld AdirJnl8trtorBl I Younrolluieby Commandrd that by imbli cation ol his writ for twenty dnj a In n niiwaua. perregularly nnbllshcd In the Counts of Mc Lennan you Rivo due nolle- to nil tiers n In loiest d In the Acrotint for 1 lual ho lenient of tnld Katnto, to lllo their objection thereto, l any they have, on or before tho March unit, 1WU, ofsnld Conut) Conrt, loinmcici r and to bo holdrn nt tho Conrt lionet of said Com ty In W coon the lirst Mondnyin March iH'U, vvheu sail Account and Application will boiousldor cdby said Court. WiTNEHsmyhnnd nil icnl of : ; onlce, nt Waco thlBllid day ot l' b- : I., N. ninry IbM. J, VV lUkicn Clnrk J .. . Cminty i ouit McIonnauC uuty, Texas, by T. II. lluown. Deputy. tiii: statu or ti:.as Tothe Sheriff or any Constable of McLennan County Greeting: Younrohircbv cominnnded, to Buinmon by makt r publicotlen of thin citation caco n och week lor fonr buccuphIvii wieka prior to tho re turn dnylicreor In eoinpnowapaper published In McL n nn cmi ity, 'toxua.GeorRii miter to bo and appear before tho llopornblo D'atrlct Couit of ttcLuiinnn conntv. Texas, at ti.o noxt rcRiilnr term thereof, to bo to it ln tho Ci urt Houbo, In the City of Wnro, on tlio tlrht Momla In March A. D I'll, thou and there tn nnattn the, Plaintiff a PcHMon, tiled in a suit! Raid t ourton,t o lllk dnv ol Kobrun'j A. I). .1891 wherein A Ice Miller In I'lnlntllT, and O oc MHMIb D-fcndant. FllcNi nfsitl belupho. 2 'lho nntiiro of tlio Plaintiff sdciu udlsaa Tollowa, to wit: I'lalmlrr seeks a Judgment fordlvorcn on tlio grounds nfo uel truaurent, nnd abandonment by defendant for Hire yearn Hmocis Fail ot, nudhavoyoii then nnd tin ro Ui!h wr-t, with your endorsement thereon, showing how yon hnve exeiati d tho pnme. Uivk lJNUk.ii My Hand nnd Real of ) said Court, at Utltco ln the City of vVitco, this tho 25th day of .1 miliary A, JD 18'J2. ATTrkT '. V. nKABLKV. Clerk Dlatrlct Court, Mcl-onnan ' ounty, Te -na. L. S Tin: .s TA'i i: or tkxas. To tlio Sheriff or any constable of Mclennan c nnty, Grei ting: Y u nit hereby commanded in summon llol lon C. Prnidiy by making puiillintl nc.ftlili citation ln coino neVrpa.er pttbllBlied ln Mo l.eiiiian county unco in each uek for four buu celvctvickB ptotIi us to return day hereof, to ho nnd appear bofiiro the iinno able District (' urt of McLennan I on ty, Texas nt the noxt regulnr term thereof to bo held In tho ci urt housu In the city f v n aoon tin- llrnt l ordny in Mnrch, A I). 1H'3 thei nnd there t nusttur the plaintiff's putltl n llledln a suit in bu.' court on the tolli day or January. n. IKa; Wherein K. L, Ciosby Ib plaluliff anil litllii 0 Crosby defendan Fllo Mi c f suit bulnh No r.S9, Tlio tmturonf tho plnliitlff'B demnnd Ib nsfol- 1 b, to wit: i Bint for dlvi rco fn in tho bunds f inntrlm ny ha-cd on tlie groin da of nbund uiiHtlt Herein lull not and have jou tin u nml there tills itrt, with y nr Indorsement thereon, Showing how y. u liaqn extcuted tlio uniiiu ; (ilteu nn derm lim.il nnd tlio renl ' I.. S. or snld Court, nt OIIUo In tho city : : i f Waco, thin thoi! thdny i.fJan . . nry, A. 1). ls'Ji Vt'CSf Z I'. IIPAHLEr,B clerk District Conrt, McLennan C nnty, 'i'uxa Till: hTATi: OF TEXAS. lo the Sheriff or any Countable of McLennan CountyGreeting: Yon are hereby commanded to ht.ilil'Ou Jan It bimrka hyiiinkliiRiiublicatinn ofihla ci- tntlou In Bonio howepaper pnblli hid In McLen nn i cotinti onco In imcli week for lour succes sive wioka rro Ions to retn n dnyh rtoftibe and appear before tho Honomli'o Dlutr rt t ourt of McLennan Count , Texas, nt the next regu lr term thereof, to bo hold tn tlio Court Douce, In the Lltv of W aro, on thoiir t Mondny In March, A. I) h'l thin and there to nn.Mcr the Plaintiff's Pet tlon IHod In a su't in tnld Court on hu USth day i f .1 nitaiy A I) Ib'i.'. wherein Martha J SparliB Is Plaintiff, nnd.Ta. It Hpnrka Ib lKlcndant Kilo No..oll-8iilt bplinr No Ml'l. I ho nntiiro of tho IMalntlff's demand D nsfol lows to-wl : A suit lor ill orcu for separation f om the bonds ot niatrln ony based on the ground of cruel and abusive treatment desertion mid fail ure tosuppoit. Hmikin Kj.ii. Not, anil hate youthen and tlu re this Writ, with your endorsement thereon, Bhotvinu how you have executed the ramo. Givkn Undkii My Hand and L. 8 : Sea ifrald Court, at Ofllce In the Cltyot Waco, this tho "Jitli day of ; January A I) 12 Attest: , .. Y llBASLEr. rlerk District C urt, Mclennan County, Texas. Straight dinner 'rom 12 to 2 and anything you waut at any hour at Joe Lohiitan's. Assignees Notlco. Notico is hereby givon that on tho 12th day of January 18q2 the Blako Manufacturing Company of Waoo, Texas, mado a general assignment to tho undersigned assignee of all of its property for the benefit of nil of its creditors and that said trust has been acooptcd; tho assignee has qualified and is now in possession of all tho property of said company for the pur pose oi administering said trust. All creditors wishing to accept under this assignment must make known to the assignee their consent in writing within four months after pub lication of this notice. Address all communications to the undorB?gncd at Waco, Texas. 1). D. FAiiiciw.n, Assigneo. Monday January 2!hh 1802. Nn. I Till: STATU