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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 27 i892
WACO riltlJ DKI'ABTaiHNT.
Locution of Flro Alarm Iloxo.
4 Fifth Ward Fire Stsllon strikes
5 Corner 9ih and Austin '
6 ' 1th " " "
" 7 Control Flro Station
o U'a.t U.l fc'lt-A Htntlnn "
" 11 Corcer 14 h ami Wnhlngton "
"14 ' 6th nmt Malboroagh '
"16 " Sthand Columbus
Sin nu .meson
4th nml Webster
Sth nil Cleveland "
6th awl Speight "
nth and wo'liliiBlon "
"M Royal Hotel 6th aul Franklin " III-'
' irt Woolen Kills 11th and Mary " IH-i:
" S7 Corner lith and Jefferson ' m-nililJ
All boxes nnmbeietl above 8 strikes tlmst
Bar 13 striken 1 and stops, then strikes 111
onklnt IJox la, theu repeats four times.
Box 25 strlkcsll and stops, then strikes lull
making Box '-.' aid so on.
DIIIECTI0NS FOll OIVtNO ALAKM.
Keys wll1 bo fonnd in residences on each coi
ner where boxen are located. Open Flro Alarm
Boxes and pull Uook down and lot go. Lcavo
koy In box.
Turn alarm In only for Arcs. 110.00 fine for
Slow tapping of bolls signify company
Second Friday In each month each box Is
tnrpod twice, testing boxes and circuit line
When alarm of flrelsKlve . Ihe Flro Depart-mcnt-hRB
the right or way on allitreols. All
vehicles must drive near the sidewalk and keep
away from the fire. 5.0U flue for running over
Ueport of any careless driving going to or
from Ores by the Flro Department will bo
thankfully received by the Chief, as fast and
careless driving la strickly forbidden.
Big Muddyl Big Muddy! Big Muddy
EGAN! EG AN I EG AN!
Joo Lehman ib tho moat popular ros
taurant man in Texas. His plaoc
117 South Fourth street.
It only takes two dollars a month
to pay for a Bhare in tho City Savings
Joe Lehman's for loo cream and
confectioneries 117 South Fourth
Thoso who arc in arrears on sub
scriptions will please call at the of
fice and settle beforo March 1. I will
collect striotly in advance from that
date and will be compelled to cut
off all delinquents.
S. J. Quay,
8 Ifl LR"LH new book and pe
'' -H riodioal store will
will be opened up at 401 Franklin
street, where lovers of Literature,
Music and Art will find all tho peri
odicals foreign and domestic, latest
novels, sheet music and all the Tra-La-La's
of a popular house. Keep
your eyo on the place and your mem
ory on the number of C. T. Ridley's
The Greatest Strike.
Among tho great strikes that of Dr
Miles in discovering his New Heart
Cure has proven itself to be one of
the most important. Tho demand tor
it has become astonishing. Already
tho treatment of heart disease is
being revolutionized, and many unex
pected ouresieffected. It soon relieves
short breath, fluttering, pains in sido,
arm, shoulder, weak and hungry
spoils, oppression, swelling of ankles,
smothering and heart dropsy. Dr
Miles' book on Heart and Nervous
Diseases, free. The unequaled New
Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by
H. 0. RiBher & Co., also his Restora
tive Nervine for hoadache, fits, sprees,
hot flashes, nervous chills, opium
A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Constlpntedand
troubled wltTl Jumdiu SickHead
aohe, Bad Taste in Mouth, Flln
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain In
Back and between tho Shoulders,
Chills and Feyer, &o. If you have
any of these symptoms, your Lilver Is
out of order your blood is elowly
being poisoned, because your Liver
does not act properly. Hekbine will
cure any disorder ot tho Livor,8(om
ach orBowels. It has no equal as a
Liver Medloine. Price 76 cents. Free
sample bottle atH. C. Risher's Dru"
M- K- & T-
v To New Orleans and Return on
afdi : Gyas.
Tickets on sale February 28 and 2o,
pood for return passage 10 days from
dato of sale. For maps, folders, sleep,
ing car accommodations, tiokets or
any information, pleaso oall on or ad
press, J. E. SMITH,
Tiokot Agent M. K. andT. Ry., No
South Fourth sticet, Waco,Tex
A ROYAL RECEPTION.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE FURY DIS
The German I'npuluce, the Appenrcnro ot
thu Kutpevor on Horseback Invokes
Hounds of diet-r righting Itotwoen
roller nml Cltlreun Continue.
BnitUN, Feb. 27. Tho authorities hnro
taken great alarm and have all been on
tho qui vivo, expecting far moro serious
disturbances to follow tho discovery of
their own strength by the worlringmen.
There is no denying tho fact that tho
revolution is serious mid that it is so
felt to bo by tho government. Tho K
lico are as yet entrusted with tho work
of preserving order as far as possible,
and though tho troops were confined in
tho barracks, they have not yet been
called upon to faco tho rioters.
In AVeisseuberg strasso small bodies ot
workingmen took possession of that
thoroughfare. Finally a body of 200
men took possession of Landsburg
strasso, and forming an irregular pro
cession, marched to Gruenenweg, shout
ing and yelling and smashing tho win
dows of stores and dwellings along tho
route. At tho same timo a mob num
bering 1000 men marched from the
Frankfurter quarter to and along Schil
ling strasso. They, too, acted in a most
Similar scenes were enacted in tho
Tho iolico wero utterly unable to cojw
with so many disturbances in so many
different localities and for somo timo
tho rioters had things all their own way.
When the polico did meet tho mob they
had little difficulty dispersing it.
At Friedrichshnin, a suburb, a beei
shop was demolished by rioters. In
flamed by tho excess, a riotous crowd
began to renew tho disturbances. There
was a strong force of polico present,
however, and they kept the crowd of
idlo men continually moving. At noon
tho crowds augmented to such an ox
tent the polico charged, but mot a de
tennined resistance and repeated charges
wero necessary beforo tho crowds dis
persed. A mob gathered on Kaiser Wilhelm
strosse, specially determined to hold
their ground. Finally thoy began tc
Blowly give away to the onslaught, con
testing every inch of ground, and nftoi
a sharp scufllo the mob broke and ran
in everj' direction. Dissatisfied and dis
orderly workingmen assembled at sev
eral other points in tho city, notably in
the vicinity of tho Brandenburg gate,
bnt when ordered to disperse by the
I-olice they did so, muttering tlireats,
but offering no resistance.
At noon another largo crowd gathered
in tho opera house square. The iwlicfl
charged with drawn swords and dis
persed them with little resistance. Seven
ringleaders were seized and hustled tc
jail. It is very evident the soldiery will
be used against the riotous element only
as a last resort to establish order. A re
lief detachment of soldiers, headed
by a band, inarched toward
the castle to take the place
of the guards on dnty there, was ac
companied Oy a largo mob of roughs. A
body of polico had been drawn across
tho street near the imperial residence to
provent any one but the guards from en
tering the castle square. Tho roughs
tried to break through tho lino and a
violent encounter ensued. Tho polico,
with drawn sabres struck right and left,
inflicting severo wounds. Finally a de
tachment of mounted polico l ode down
on the mob, which broke and scattered
in every direction. There was great ex
citement in tho vicinity of tho castle
when his mnjesty, attended by one aido
and preceded by two mounted police
men, emerged on horseback from Hit,
castlo courtyard and rode slowly
through tho streets, notwithstanding
they were packed with escited masses
of peoplo. He was loudly and enthusi
astically cheered by tho masses, through
which he proceeded. Some of his leg
islative measures may bo bitterly op
posed, but tho action of tho peoplo as a
whole shows that personally he is a
great favorite. His appearance in tho
streets during a time like tho present is
apt to have a good effect in tho direction
of cooling the anger of tho excited work
Conflicts between tho police and a mob
of 1000 roughs continued in Rosonthalei
strasse. Tho polico ut tracked tho rioters
with their sabres. Tho mob wns at
length routed and dispersed into sido
To-morrow i the regulnr pay day for
workmen hero and there is gravo d.mgoi
that tho mon, bf-ing supplied with money
many of them will indulgo in drink, and
that being inflamed by liquor thoy will
grow uncontrollable and thus greatly in
tensify tho tlisoi tiers.
A strong force of police are guarding
the palace and pntrolline: the streets and
every precautioi. is taken to prevent any
further out breni's from rlnt.-Ts. Prince
Heniy of Pn,a, brotV-r of tho e.ui
pvroi.left lb.- cattle and dro".- in an
open carringt) I'lriaigh Untor Den Lin
den. He was luvullv chix-red by the
demo crowds that movol up and down
Newspaper- warn the -oople against
overestimating tho immi'-iucti of the
disturbance w. li thoy any is duo to
rougus who an -.tc re idy commit
outrages. Tho asuuugo done amounts to
thousands of marks, Ambulances were
kept bnsy conveying tho wounded to tho
l!iirn to Dmtli.
Gimmin, 0. 1., Fob. 27. A prairio
firo has been burning for soveral days
in tho northern part of this county, do
ing great damage to a largo amount ot
proporty. A littlo daughter of J. R.
Nida was caught in tho fire and was
burned to death.
Damages Against Westorii Union.
VniiNON, Tex., Fob. 27. In tho dis
trict court Mrs. C. M. McNow recovered
judgment ngainst tho Western Union
telegraph company for $1000 damages
for failure to deliver a telegram inform
ing her of the illness of her mother.
QUARANTINED AT NEW YORK. -
A Hrnxlllun Vcmm-1 Arrive With Yellow
l'otcr on lloitril.
Nkw Yokic. Feb. 27. Tho Now York
and Brazilian mail steamship Advance
arrived at quarantine from Brazilian
ports. Whon boarded by a health officer
eighteen cases of yellow fever wore dis
covered on board. Four deaths wero re
corded, three directly caused by tho dis
easo and tho fourth indirectly. It is sup
posed tho plaguo was brought aboard by
somo of her crow who went ashoro, or
by laborers who assisted in loading tho
ship. Tho first case was discovered on
Jan. 19, when Julius Mattyellh, mess
man, wns sont ashoro to tho hospital
without delay, and prompt treatment
saved his life. On Jan. 20 Peter Qerado,
fireman, was also taken siok and treated
similarly. On Jan. 22 Charles Brophy,
tho ship's cook, was taken side and was
at onco isolated. Everything wa3 douo
to prevent a spread of tho disease on
board, but on the following day Arthur
Wills, second stowart, becamo ill and
was also isolated. On the following day
two now ca&es wero discovered. All
four men wore placed in the ship's hos
pital, and all sent ashoro at
Rio de Janeiro. Three additional
cases developed at Rio Janeiro. Beforo
tho stoamor left Rio, Chief Officer Ba
ker was taken sick and lingered but
twenty-four hours. Gerhad Jordan, coal
pjuwr, fell ill the next, and two days
later Peter Olsen, quartermaster, also
fell sick and on Jan. 31 Joseph Oswald,
second cook, was taken down with'
fover. Jordan and Oslen were sent to
tho hospital on tho steamer's arrival at
Bahia, but Oswald was kept on board.
On Feb. 2, William Alverson, second
engineer, developed fover, but was pro
nounced out of danger on the flth. On
Feb. 4 Oswald died and was buried at
sea on tho same dny. About the same
day Joseph Brannigan, steward, was
taken sick and died Feb. 7. On Feb. C
Anna Toussoy, ship stewardess, was or
dered to tho hospital. Tho attack waa
light and sho recovered. All traces of
tho fever plague had disappeared when
the "Advance" reached here, and hoi
detention by the health department is a
precaution, and the ship and passengers
baggage will bo thoroughly fumigated
and disinfected before she will bo nl
lowed to proceed to her pier in Brook-
English, Ind., Feb. 27. Meagre par
ticulars of a horrible attompt at white
capping come from Branchville, Perry
county. Robert Underbill, who is deaf,
was attacked by five masked men. The
assailants took tho man from his bed,
and whilo he hold on to the bed with a
death grip, the woman secured slats
from the bed and lieat his assailants. At
last thoy ccnrcd an axe, with which
they chopped one of tho mob almost to
death, whilo the assailants fired through
tho window and lodged moro thnn 100
shots in Underbill's head. Tho wounded
whitecap is supposed to bo Otto Faulk
enburger of notorious reputation. Faulk
enburger is missing. A white felt hat,
known to be his, is in tho Underbills'
ButMiNoiiAM, Ala., Feb. 27. The dep
uty marshals of Cleburne county havo
just returned from raiding a moon
shinor's den and bringing back fivo of the
gang. Tho establishment was one ol
tho largest of tho kind on record. Threo
largo stills wore in full blast. A four
teen horse power engine furnished mo
tive power. Two hundred gallons oi
whisky and 10,000 gallons of beer and
stock of supplies wero captured and de
stroyed. Tho raoonshinore had a regu
lar arsenal in a cottage near by where
fourteen pistols, several guns and am
munition wero found.
Victory of IIralioini.il mill Conductors.
Omaha, Feb. 27. Tho Union Pacific
conductors and brakemen havo won a
substantial victory. Two grievance
committees had another conference
with Assistant Gonoral Managei
Dickinson. As a res'ilt tho Union Pa
cific has agreed to grant their demand
that overtime bo computed Dy rules tha
govern in tho caso of engineers and fire
men. Alliunrtt 1'ui-chiiiiii.
Dentojj, Tox., Feb. 27. Tho DontoL
Alliance Milling company has purchased
the stock on hand of tho Davenport mill
of this place, including wheat, sacks,
corn, otc, approximately for !J30,000.
Tho buildings will probably bo utilized
for a cottonseed oil mill, as it is reported
that a move is now on foot with that ond
Will be Given Away.
Our enterprising druggists H. 0
ltislicr & Co., who carry tho finest
Btook of drugs, perfumeries, toilet ar
ticles, brushes, sponges, etc., aro giv
ing away a large number of trial bot
tloB of Dr Miles' oolebratcd llostora
tivo Nervino. Thoy guarantee it to
ourc headache, dizziness, nervous
prostration, sloeplcssncss, tho ill clTeote
of spirits, tobacco, coffee, cto. Drug
gists eay it is the groatost sollor they
evor know, and is universally satisfac
tory. They also guarantoo Dr. Milca'
New Heart Curo in all cases of ner
vous or organic heart disease, palpi
tation, pain in sido, smothering, oto.
Fino book on "Nervous and Heart
Tho News Is not responsible for nor
will itpny any bills tinloss authorized
by a written or vorbalordor from tho
man air or.
The Waco Water & Light Company
havo removed from their old quarters
on Fourth street to now and elegant
offices in the Provident Building.
They oooupy room No. 11, 1st floor
fno.ng Franklin street one ol tho fin
est and most acoessiblo rooms in the
Thoso who aro in arrows on sub
scriptions will pleaso call at tho offico
and settlo beforo March 1. 1 will
oolloctly strictly in advanco from that
dato and will be compelled to out off
all delinquents. S J. Quay,
Tho Cotton Belt will sell round
trip tiokets to New Orleans on aocount
Mardi Gras, Feb. 28 and 2o at $15.30
W. S. GiLLEsriE.
You do not havo to draw on your
imagination while seated at a firo of
tho "Rig Muddy lump." On tho con
trary, you have to "draw baok" from
tho "gonerous heat." Remember tho
Big Muddy and take no othor. Tele
phone Egan for coal.
Everybody goes to Joo Lonman's
whon thoy want a good moal, or he
A Sure Curo for Piles.
Itching Piles are known by mois
ture like perspiration, causing intense
itching when warm. This form as
well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud
ing, yiold at onco to Dr. Bosanko's
Pilo Remedy, which acts dirootly on
paits effected, absorbs tumors, allays
itohing and effeots a pormanont curo.
50 cts. Druggists or mail Ciroulars
frco. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B.
Morrison & Co.
las hand that rooks the crodU is tilt
hand that ruloi ths world.
The influence of a mother, tho influence
ol a sister, the influence of a wife. The
world feels this influence. It shapes the
destiny of men. For u mother's sake, for
a sister's sake, for a wife's sake a man will
strive to be honorable. lie becomes am
bitious. Ila becomes successful. Happy
the household where the women folks are
cheerful, contented, and happy. How
pltable the home where mother, sister, or
wife lies ill. How grand the remedy that
is suited to the ills of womanhood and that
will restore nervous, sickly, aching, de
spondent women to health and strength.
Such a remedy is Dr. John Bull's Sarsa
parilla. It is eminently the beat remedy
for the weaknesses and distress incident to
and following u condition of di&ordertd
female functions. It revives, strengthens,
and regulatos the feminine constitution.
Mrs. Mary F. Wilkinson, Jackson, Tcnn.,
"I was a very bealtliy moiiibd before my
marriage, but tinting from a nilscurrlage,
my health Kt to ba voir bud. My oomnU-x.
lou beeuinu Fallow. 1 became nervous and
sleepless; 1 crew thin unci ilebpondeuU Mj
appetite wh Ucklo, nml what 1 ate laid llki
lead upon my htomiteh. My habits were Ir
regular, and I imfleml much pain. I used
prescriptions of Kuveral pood doctor, bnt
my allmeut Increased. A beating down
fialn about my back mid lolna teemed as If
I twuld kill me. I was subject to frequent
headaches and IiIIIouh attacks. In this con
dition I began a use of Dr. null's Bnrsapa
rllla. It teemed precisely bulled to my
condition, livery spoonful teemed to co
to the right spot. I boon showed yreat Im
provement, and my friends rejoiced at my
returning health. I used It during the
months of Starch and April, and give It all
tho credit for my present enjoyment of life
and good health. It la a boon to weak and
Nelly Davis, Helena, Ark., writes: "Dr.
Bull's Sarsapurllla has Improved ray health
wonderfully, alio greatly liuvved my
looks. I bad eruptions on myri ,n but they
have disappeared, and I wai vtry weak,
with no appetite, and at times buttered great
pain, but now 1 feel quite well again."
WMany a pale and sickly looking UttU
Child has been saved by Its good mother
rlvlng It Dr. John Bull's Worm Destroyers.
They taste good. I'rlco 25 cents.
WS" Nothing makes a person feel so bad
as a touch of chills and fever. Smith's Tonlo
Byrup Is pleasant to take, and cures this
John D. Pakk & Sons, Wholesale Agent,
in, 177 and 17V Kycamoro BU, Cincinnati, O.
Hilt & Co., 414 Austin, tho now
The Ilobson lino runs to tho War
Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Full
sett of upper or lowor tooth, $12.50.
Tho Ilobson line runB to tho Waco
Grconhouso 14th and Barron street
(Elegant room moulding Blightly
damaged at your own prioo at Tbomn.
son's E. E.) P
Pure and whlto lam at 9 cents
por pound in ton pound cams at Omp.
rEN'e, oornor Fifth and Franklin.
Hilt & Co., tho ooming great Bhoe
house ofWaoo, 414 Austin avenno
will opon up about tho first. '
Fishing taokle ol ovory dosoription
with a full stook of huntorssupplio
H. E. A HBOLDB.
Buy tho "Big Muddy" lump coal
Keep warm and givo your imaginaiton
a rest. "Telephone Egan for ooal."
For tho noxt thirty dayB, seo our
priocs. Thoy will astonish you,
A J. Loslio for first-class watoh
clook and jowelry repairing. Same
building with H. E. Ambold Austin
E. ETThompBon sells wall paper at
5o per roll, real valuo 15c per roll,
(seo thoso olegant designs in wall
paper from 5o to $2.50 per roll.)
Dockcry & Co., AB9uranco Agents
roprosont firBt rlass companies only,
Eyory attontion paid to placing risks.
Givo us a call at our nowquarters in
tho Provident building.
Mr. J. O. II. Sohmitz has this day
assumed tho management of the Waco
Post, and is tho only authorized rep
resentative of tho paper.
J. O. II. Sohmitz.
Waoo, Texas, Fob. 25, 1892.
Don't be Deceived.
I am still holding down Standard
Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for one
Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh
Soups, S pound cans, 30 cents each.
Star Tobaoco 40 cents per pound. Low
prioes on everything. Call and boo
Joe S. Thompson,
Liver Complaint Bllllousuoss
The ohiof;symptoms of this disease
are depression of spirits, foul coated
tongue, bad tasting mouth, disagreea
ble breath, dry skin with blotches
and eruptions, sallow comploxion and
yellow eyes, tired aohing shoulders,
Hull pain in right side, faintness, diz
ziness and irregular bowols. This
oomplaint in all its forms can bo
readily cured by taking Dr. Gunn'o
Improved liver pills as dircoted, and.
a lingering spoil of sickness will often
bo warded off by their uso. Sold at
25ots a box by W. B. MorriBon &
Garden spot of the great Panhandle;
Rioh loamy soil. Groat wheat country.
Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher
county. One of the finest oounties
in tho great Panhandle. Court houso,
chnrohos, sohools, &o,, &o.
SwiBher county is dovoloping rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhan
dlo daily and the man with tho plovr
is daily going to Swisher oounty.
A pretty town in tho prettiest country
in tho world. Land level aB a floor
and produoing immenso crops of all
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Everlasting froostono puro water in
illimitablo quantities at twenty-five to
Are in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continue to advanco in a way
to mako tho hoad awim. Buy now.
Don't delay a day. Lots oheap as
dirt at prioeB now askod.
For maps, plats and othor particu
lars apply to
I. H. Cnuldy,
411 Franklin stroot.