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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 23 i892 6 WACO 'IKK DEl'AUTIIIUNT. l-ocittloii of riro Alarm lloxc. 4 Fifth Ward Fire Station strike Corner 8ih and Austin ' 0 4th " " ' " 7 Central Fire Ktatlou " 8 Weft End Fire Station " ' 13 Corner 14h and Wasmnifton ' "14 " Kth anil Malboronsli ;' "IB " Hh ami Colnmbus "18 " Mil aw Jackson " "17 " 4th and Webster " 3Ti ' Mh mid Cleveland " "M " .'.th ami SlielRlit " ot " fti.lmnd Wa'hliiRton " IHI inn nun limn ilium i-m win l'lltlt i-tutu i-iiiim li-iiui li-miii n-niini ilium " 35 Koyal Hotel 6th and Frnnklln i an Wnninn V'll lath and Mary " ill-nun "37 Corner nth aim denorson ui-iiiun All boxes numbered nbovo 8 strikes tliUHS Dor 13 strikes 1 and Hope, then strikes 111 inaklno llox 13, then repeats four times. Box 25 strlkcsll anil stops, tbeu strikes HUr unking Ilox'iS nLd so on. D1H8CT10NS KOH OIVINO AI.AHM. Keys will bo found In rcnldonceg on cch cor ner where boxes aro loca led. Open Fire Alarm Boxes and pull Uook down and let go. Leave kev In box. turn alarm In only for Urea. 110.03 tine for false alarms. . ,. Slow tapping of bells signify company Second Friday In each month each box Is tapped twice, testing boxes und circuit line When alarm of flrelRglve the Fire Depart ment haB thorlKlit of way on nlUtrcets. All vehicles must driv near tho sidewalk and keep away from the lire. 3.0J lino for running over Keport of any careless driving going to or from fires by the Fire Department will bo thankfully received by the Chler, as fast and careless driving is strlckly forbidden. Big Muddy I Bic, Muddy! Big Muddy EGAN! KG AX I KG AN! Joo Lohmatpis the.uiost popular ros Uurant man in Texas. Hie plaoe 117 South Fourth stroot. Joe Lohman's for oonfeotionories 117 street. ioo ore am and South Fourth Specimen Cases. S. H. Clifford, Now Casscl, Wis , was troubled with Neuralgia and IttioumatiBm, his Stomach was dis ordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degreo, appetite fell away, and ho was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Throe bottles of Kleo trio Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Ilarrisbury, 111., had a running soro on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electio .Bitters and seven boxes of Buoklou's Arnica Salve, and his le iri sound and well. John Speaker, Ca tawba, O., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said ho was incura ble One bottle Electric Bitters and ono box Buoklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by W. B. Morri son & Co., Drug Sioro. Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lohman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. A Sure Cure for Plies. Itching Piles are known by mois ture liko perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud ing, yiold at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on paits effeoted, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 50 eta. Druggists or mail Ciroulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 1529 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. M- K- & T- To St. Louis and return on ac count of National Convention of the Peoples Party Tickets on sale Fob. 18, 19 and 20, good for return until Feb. 2$. Re member tbo M. K. & T. is tho only line running double daily trains be tween Waco and St. Louis with ele gant roolining chair oars. Seats free, and Pullman Sleepers through with out change. 15.80 To Hew Orleans account of and Return on jViafdi s Gfas. Tiokots on sale February 28 and 2o, pood for return passage 10 days from dato of salo. For maps, folders, sleep ing car accommodations, tickets or any information, please call on or ad press, ,r. E. SMITH, Tiokot Agent M. K. andT. Rv.. No South Fourth sticet, Waco.Tex WARM fl DUKE JUta" Education for , - JoUBKOentlemen and Boys. MILITARY !u.?jr.lorn ni?'. sit ACADEMY. B'e??nf- Awin.R!: ss-aa.cS Site 5b " nr snilMij. nu. GREAT GATHERINGS OF MEN IN THE GITIES OF ST, AND NEW YORK, LOUIS Iir li l'lirpoM- or DUcikoIiii; IHlTrrrnt Sllu'liH'H In Promote tin- Mmmtli rf Tlii'lr I'lirtlcs-M-iintoi- I'lilmer Ueelarei for Cleveland. l-'iit' Itoli". iT Iowa. Ni:w Youk. Feb. M. V. K. MeClure of this city recently wrote to W. II. Phelps of Ciirthiigc. Mo., a member of Missouri's Democratic Mate committee, to ascertain the sentiment of western Democrats in rerjurd to the Chicago nomination. In his reply Mr. Phelps nays: "If the Hill anil Cleveland factions in New York could unite upon some man in that state satisfactory to both, say Governor Flower or Mr. Whitney, he would likely be nominated by acclama tion, bnt as it is not probable that an agreement can be reached in this way, in my opinion the nomination should come west anil 1 believe that Governor Boies is the most available man to select. He has carried the state of Iowa twice, is an able man, not identified with any faction and ono whom I believe every Democrat in the United States would support. He is especially strong with the Germans and in my opinion would receive a large part of their vote, and they hold the balance of power in Illi nois, Iowa and Wisconsin and are very strong in many other western states. I do not believe that the movement against holding the state convention in New York on Feb. 22 will have much effect on the national convention. If Hill can carry tho state in February there is no reason why lie cannot cany it in May or June." Chicago, Feb. 2:1. Congressman Simpson of Kansas, who is here with a congressional delegation viewing the World's fair site was interviewed ou politics and the St. Louis convention: "Both the sub-treasury scheme and free coinage are loosing strength among the farmers," he said. "In my opinion the former will be dropped and the latter must give way to the tariff." "What will the St. Louis convention do?" "It will authorize the calling of a na tional convention and a presidential can didate will be placed in the Hold by tho latter on a short platform, deal ing with the land question, tho tariff, transportation and finance." " What K)sition is likely to be taken on the tariff question?'' "An effort will be made to get a more radical declaration on the subject than any other party has yet ventured. We will go as near a .leiniiiid for absolute free trade as is possible. " "Who will be the third party candi date?" "That is hard to tell. General James B. Weaver of Iowa is one favorite. Hh is a free trader and believes indirectly in the most advanced tax reformes. " M. Louis C'mm-iitlon. St. Loi'is. Feb. a:. The industrial conference having delegates representing nearly a dozen national organizations, farmers, laborers, prohibitionists, etc., began its sessions in the great music hall, where four years ago G rover Cleve land was put in nomination for the pres idency of tho United States. Pyrotech nics all whirled around tho burning question to be decided whether brand new Third party nominees should ho put up to run this fall against Cleveland and Harrison or whoever else the Democrats and Republicans may choose as leaders in the coming national campaign. Before Benjamin Terrill of Texas let fall the gavel calling the convention to order the big hall was lively with the discussion of tho national committee of the People's party. While .Mr. Terrill was getting the convention under way the talk among the delegates was that President Leonard of the Missouri state Alliance would bo the temporary chair man and that tho permanent chairman ship would lie between Messrs. L. L. Polk and T. V. Powdnrly. Trill! to Clt-vuliintl, CuiCAOO, Feb. iM. Senator John M. Palmer is still true to Cleveland, despite tho temptation of a presidential nomina tion freely offered by the Democracy of Illinois. In reply to a letter from Wil liam Florence, a resident of Irving Park, 111.", under date of Fob. 1, he writes: "I am interested in your remarks regarding a national ticket and certainly agree with you in ono particular that Cleve land would arouse tho enthusiasm of the masses of the people. Tho contin gency of my nomination for president is so remote as to be hardly worth consid ering at all. I would not under any cir cumstances accept tho vice presidency. I couid only be induced to accept first place by tho conviction that it was nec essary that I should do so, a contingency that is very unlikely. " Ti)lni; to lliirinonle. Washington, Feb. Sa.Thure is a feeling of uneasiness on the tmrt of Dem ocratic members in tho house of repre sentatives over tho condition of business in the house and a disposition to get to gether and agree upon a programme. At present the members aro simply drifting along and it is desired to bring order out of tho confusion which pie-Tails. Tho silver question Is tho mast disturb ing element. Tariff bills and regular annual impropriation bills will soon de mand a great deal of attention nnd it is agreed thero must shortly come it timo when tho programme of business for some months to como must bo settled if anything is to be accomplished. Now York DemncriitH. Aijiany, Fob. 2!l. The state commit tee met provious to tho assembling of tho convention for tho purpose of settling several contests. The protest from the Cftoper Union meeting with a resolution asking tho dissolution of the convention was received by the committee and on motion of Burke Cockran by unanimous vote the Protestants' resolution was tabled. .Ml. I.t'sl Ik's 01 r. Willi. . New Youk, Feb. 2!). There is consid erable gossip afloat about Mrs. Frank Leslie, who has retaken th;U name, be cause, ius she asserts, her latest husband, Mr. Wm. Wilde, has taken no steps to make a name for himselt in this country in any way adequate to that which she has established by her exertions, al though she has given him every facility which a literary man could desire. Tho Press club delegates to tho International League of clubs, which met recently in San Francisco, tell a great many stories of the eccentrics of Mr. Wild and his wife, including such incidents as their going to reception in separate car riages, at different hours, and each going home without the other's company. Mr. Wilde has an apartment at tho Lotos Club, but drives out with Mrs. Leslie every afternoon and goes with her to re ceptions, theaters and other evening en tertainments, but he will insist on going to bed at li or -t o'clock in the morning and breakfasting at 12 o'clock, and he can do so at the Lotos Club without dis turbing Mrs. Leslie's usual rouiine. Alter riMirli't-ii Witt., Li'Nuvmw. Tex., Feb. .':!. Sherifi How ant has succeeded in runniiij; ilown Wesley Grover. a negro, whoiiiurderetl John Oavis in is;.s. near Kilgore, m ilns county. The murder, it is saul. was uu pi'u oked, and will doubtless result m hanging. The murdered man was ilnv- tti - :i w:i.-"ini ltHiiliii" i-tilittti st'i.il mtti ..i.Hllt.riii.r uti Tnllv l 'lniii' f.i.lti :i,. ' .V....V.... .... ,...fc. ..... V . . ... , sisted by two negro girls, when Gloer insisted upon riding in the wagon, and was refused by Davis, who was driving, and he thought no more of the incident. Glover, later on, rode up from behind him and shot Davis dead with a double barrel shotgun. Glover tied pu his horse, and was traced by Sheriff Howard to Robinson county, thence to tho Indian nation, then to Louisiana and New Or leans, then up lied river twenty-five miles northwest of Texarkana, where he was captured, having married and had a family and good home. Southern Society Dinner. New Youk. Fob. 23. Tho sixth an nual dinner of the New York Southern society was given in this city. President Hugh R. Gardner presided and with him at the speakers table sat: Governor William Russell of Massachusetts, Col. A. M. Waddle of North Carolina, Col. J. D. Williamson of New Orleans, Charles Leighton of Texas, Clarence Ctiry and Rev. Charles Deems, D. D., of Denver. John S. Roberts, of Virginia. Among the 5100 present were the follow ing: John C. Calhoun, Patrick Calhoun, Hon. E. C. Hall and John II. Inmau. The Confederate veteran camp of New York attended in a body. Governor! Russell of Massachusetts responded to. the toast, ''Our country."' The governor received an ovation when he aroo to speak. The other speakvw. Hen. J. B. Wilkin son, Jr. of New Orleans and Charles Leighton of Harrison. Tex. -K''I ('onpll- MllliM-nt.-il. Joii.ct, 111.. Feb. 5:i. The neighbors of Henry Assenmayer found him itnd his aged wife barely breathing 'and the room filled with coal gas that was escaping from the top of a stove. Doctors were summoned, but so far have not brought the sufferers to con sciousness and they are beyond recovery. The couple are about SO years old. The IiKllauapolU Honor. LvniANAi'oi.iK, Ind Feb. 2il. Tho jury which has been investigating tho medical institute burning of u few weeks ago has returned a verdict e.xhonorating tho management and employes of all blame, holding that tho death of the pa tients was duo to fright and confusion; also that none wore burned to death, but died from suffocation. Snll'oealeil by Coal (iu. Sioux Citv. In.. Feb. 2!!. The familv of M. Henry, living in tho northern part of tho Sao and Fox country, was suffo cated by coal gas. Neighbors who went ( to the house found all tho family insen sible and at oncti summoned a physician. It was too late to save all the family nnd a young child died, while tho rest are very feeble. A 1'alal Wreck. Meridian, Miss., Feb. 2;). A. fatal wreck occurred at Lane's station on tho Alabama and Vicksbnrg railroad. A freight train was derailed and fourteen cars ditched. One negro was killed and two others mortally wounded. Undisputed Authority. Tho United States Dispensary says that "Unions are a stimulant, diurotio and expeotorant; thoy increnso the appotito and droinoto dijestion." The juico mado into syrup as in Dr. Gunn'e Onion Syrup, has a specific action on the throat, lungs and air passages, it not only curcB coughs, colds, croup and consumption, but its stimulating elleot, BtrongthonB nuc builds up the system afterward. As a tonio and restor.tivo it has no equal. Wo so licit a trial in tho mos chronic and stubborn cases. Prico 60ots. Sold by W. IJ. Morrison & Co. BUSINESS NOTICE The News is not responsible for nor will it pay any bills unless authorized by tv written or verbal order from tho manager. Ballard's Snot Liniment. This Liniment is different in compo sition from any other Liniment on the market. It is a soientilic discovery, which results in its being tho most penetrating Liniment ever known. Thero are numerous white imitations, which may be recommended because thty pay the idler a great profit. Be ware of theso and demand Ballard's Snow Liniment. It positively cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cuts, Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, Sciatio and Inflammatory Rheumatism, Bums, Scalds Sore Feet, Contracted Musole, Stiff Joints, Old Sores, Pain in Back, Barb Wiro Cuts, Soro Chest, or throat and is especially beneficial in Pa ralysis. Sold by fl. 0. Risher & Co. W031KX. rn hand that rooks the cradl U thl hand that rules the world. The influence of u mother, the Influence of a sister, the intlucnce of a wife. Ths world feels this influence. It shapes tht destiny of men. Kor a mother's sake, for a sister's sake, for a wife's sake a man will striva to be honorable. He becomes am bitious. He becomes successful. Happy the household where the women folks are cheerful, contented, and happy. How pitable tho home where mother, sister, or wife liei ill. How grand the remedy that is suited to the ills of wimmnhond and that will restore nervous, sickly, aching, de spondent women to health and strmigth. WEAK WOSVlEPfl Such a remedy is lir. John Hull's Saraa parilla. It is eminently the best remedy for the weaknesses and distress incident to and followim: a condition of disordered female functions. It revives, strengthens, and regulates the feminine constitution. Mrs. Mary b Wilkinson, Jackson, Tcnn., writes: "I was a very healthy womnn before my marriage, hut ilatlnt; from a inlscarriaKe, my health got to be very bail. My complex, loa became hallow. 1 became nervous anq sleepless; I grew thin ami iletponijcnt. llj appetite was tli-kle, and what J ate laid Ilk lead upon my hloiuaeti. My habits were Ir regular, aud I taillered much pain. I used ftiADE prescriptions of several e.ood doctors, but my atlineutH increased A beariug down pln alxnit my bi,clt and loins beemed as If It would Itill me I was subject to frequent headache and blllou.-, attacks. In this con dition I begun a use uf Ur. Hull' Sareapa rilla. It seemed precisely suited to my condition. Every spoonful seemed U go to the right spot. I mhiu showed jjreat im provement, aud my frlendH rejoiced at my roturnltiK health. I used It during the months of March and April, and give it all the ciedlt for my present enjoyment of life and good health. It is a boon to weak and sutlering women." STRONG. Nelly Davis, Helena, Ark., writes: "Dr. Bull's Sarsap.irilla has Improved uy health wonderfully, also greatly lm"ved my looks. 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