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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 29 1892.
W.I1.WILIT.K8. MD W.O. WILKES, MB Itesldcnco :Jtt) N 12 St. Besldcnco 11 k ORS WILKLS & WILKES Physioiansand Surgeons. 1100.MS IN PROVIDENT WJILDING. SUte at Old Corner Drng storo. Telcpnono nt ODlco and Residences. t W. HUNTER, M. D. viiysioiax axj .Hvnaaoy, H'aco, - Taxn. Slate nt Old Cornor Drug Btoro. Ofllco hours nt rosldonco, from 2 to 4 p in. No. 1408 South Eighth Btroot. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National bank. Eucikne Williams. Wir. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Ally's $ Counsellors at Law, j'jiorjitJcxT ji uiLiuxa, WACO, TEXAS. Hartley & Burleson, Ilnnlc, Jolt mid Coniiiiercliil 206 South Tltlril Ctretl, Itarllitclitll llomr, A Trial Order Solicited. MANSION HOUSE Corner Sixth mid AVuhliiiigloii, raits, j.m. wicgiss, puopiubtkk.ss J3"Gooil room and unexcelled table. Host ofrerroo 8l the most ron-onnblc rates Con renlent to business center of tho city. lv T DENNIS & BRO. HwasBsaiffi ?ZZS$&J imffihrmm& tf.t-a.SVjK Vx7rtWL3&-l mSssdmsmA I'IDML lllllrXTOItSEMBAUIIK 518 AuMin Aveituo. WACO, TBAlAS. O O A. nmnmni Uh 1IIV1T, 207 South Fill h Street. Best coal in any delivered promptly. uantity Prices as low as the lowest HTJJCRKIR imOTT 20? South Fifth Street COMMERCIAI r r.-..i.jt. 1 Clay Sis. uur. Mttyiun ( Only firo blocks south f Ho. 1'aeifle Jt.Jt lieitfot, b&- pirs otcx.-A.ss. -tea 1 erms reasonal )le. Commercial Travel espei ially solicited. Mrs. N. Hi KlRKPATRICK. 1 lUlUJJM'l yORlrUECUREOP LIQUOR MORPHINE HAPITb. OALlJ ON OR ADDRESS THE KEEK INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T ' L BJaekei Tho dayjj of wonder will never cease till the end of tho world. Racket. Now irj your chanoo to down all lOo and 5o. Counters at 4o. and 3o. at tho Racket Storo, 012 like it, Austin Streot, Nothing tKusvnr, House.' PEMHIED IN FLAMES E?-GOVEhNOR ELIAS CONWAY ARKANSAS MEETS OF IieutU Accidental- In IIIh lloom The Old Geiitlfiniiii Kofimed to Allow Any One tit Sleep In Ills House A ltoiiiurkublo Curator l'.iuliil. Litti.k Itocic, Fob. 29. A deplorable accident lias occurred lioro, Ex-Gov. Elitia Conway being bumed to death in his homo in Scott and Second Htreets. Smoko was discovered issuing from the front room of tlio bouso shortly be fore the hour named and tho firo de partment was called out. Those who entered tlio building found tho interior of tho apartment occupied by the gover nor in flames while Conway himself was found Htretched on tlio iloor, burned al most to a crisp. The supposition is that ho had got up from his bed mid in moving around had overturned the lamp. His head was ly ing in the old fashioned firo place and the garmonts which yet remnined on his charred body were thoroughly saturated with coal oil. llo led the life of a recluso and had lived entirely alone for several years. Ehas Conway was one of tho most noted characters in tho state. Ho was born in Tennessee May 17, 1812, and came to Littlo Rock in lSIW and has sinco resided here. In 18114 ho was territorial auditor and after admission of tho state he was elected auditor and held the position for thirteen years. In 1852 ho was elected governor on tho Democratic ticket and re-elected in 1851. ,His administration was cminontly successful and ho retired from office leaving every department of the state in a flovirishing condition and u larger accumulation of gold in tho treas ury than has been credited to the state before or since. Ho uoverinarried. For many years his was a familiar figuro on tho streets, his old-fashioned garb attracting atten tion, bur recently he has lived moro and more bccluded, rarely going out. His death ifi a tragic sequel to his brilliant public career. ; They l'lilled tliu Hope. M.AXSFIF.I.D, Mo., Feb. 29. "Pull your d-Al rotH)'' was tho bentence with which IMck Cullon requested tho party of lynch ers to accomplish the deed for which they took him out of jail. A secret mcuuiiK UL'umtu li ij iiuii uuuuu. it 10 o'clock 150 determined men halted on the west side of the square. A ropo was produced and tho men inarched to tho jail, where tho sheriif was quickly over powered. The mob got tho man, marched him to tho square and asked him if ho and Ids mother wero guilty. Tho an hwer was "pull your d d ropo." He was at onco drawn up at tho command "pull away boys" and in a few minutes Cullon was dead. Tho crime was a heinous one. Four years ago a baby ten days old was found at his stepfather's door. Young Cullon thought it was meant for an heir by adoption. Last Monday night ho tied a car link to tho neck of tho child and threw it into an unused well. His guilt is certain. Pointer tn I'liriiicrn. BLAKEI.Y, Minn., Feb. 20. J. H. Jolinson, tho owner of a fifty-barrel flour mill hero and a devotee of tlio Farmers' Alliance doctrines, has created a great deal of comment in this neighborhood by issuing u letter to tho farmers urging them to organize Farmers' Alliance milling associations. Ho maintains that tho farmers of tho Dakotos and Minne sota have lost $28,000,000 on tho wheat sold up to Dec. 8, 1892, of this year's crop. Ho thou proceeds to show the fanners thoir folly in not building then own mills and thereby securing $1 a bushel for their wheat with a ton of feed per 100 bushels, togother with some minor advantages. Any community that can deliver 75,000 bushols of wheat, ho says, can thereby keep it fifty-barrel mill running for a year and tho mill cim bo built for $700. This, Mr. Johnson says, will securo $1 a bushel for every bushel of wheat raised by tho share holders. filler. I ut leu I'uIlerMuy Ili'Hlgn. Chicago, Fob. 29. A Washington bpecial to tho Daily Times says: Chief Justice Fuller of tho supremo court is seriously contemplating a step unprece dented in the history of that court, tho tendoring of his resignation, and if n Democrat lie elected president ho will probably resign after inauguration. Tho reasons assigned aro that ho is yot com paratively a young man and does not care to go on tho sholf, that tho pay is inadequate to meet his living expenses and tho work hard and trying, leaving him littlo leisuro. Tutored Com lei Stmt. nuTCHiNS, Tox., Feb. 20.--Will Will iams, a negro convict on tho county farm, inndo a break for liberty. Tho farm physician picked outbotween Will iam's (Moulder and calf of leg about thirty No. 8 shot. Tho negro escaped from tho farm bOtno timo ago, subse quently was jailed in Ellis county, es caped and voluntarily returned to tho Dallas county farm to borvo out his term. Ho says he has always been well fed and treated at tho farm. ti3HHftV-' Gone mad tho person with bad blood who's not taking Dr. Picrco'B Golden Medical Discovery. You aro bereft of judg ment and good senso u you allow your blood to get out of order, your liver sluggish life dull, everything blue, for you may soon find out that you'ro in tho grave or next to it because- you did not procuro tho G-. M. D. soon enough, and some dread disease, may bo influenza or consumption, may be typhoid or malarial fever, lias taken you. Consumption is Lung Scrofula. For Scrofula in its myriad forms, and for all Liver, Blood and Lung dis eases, tho "Discovery" i3 an un equalcd remedy. Everybody, now and then, feels " run-down " " played out," with no power to generate vitality, in fact, just too sick to bo well. That's where tho right kind of medicine comes in, and the "Dis covery" docs for a dollar what tho doctor -wouldn't do for less than five or ten. "We claim that nothing like it has been discovered for a blood-pursier. It's ffuarantted by th comakers. X our money is returned if it doseu't bene fit or cure you. Transfers of Real Estate. Reported by tho Waoo Abstraot and Investment Company, Rmm 17 Prov ident Building, Waco, Texas. S O Wilson and wifo toT J Moffitt, lots 1 and 2, block 2. MoCana addition to McGregor, $11000. H Lewino and wifo to J Guitar, 82 1 2 bv 150 feot farm lot 17, $0000. W A "Howard to J C Dallas el, al, 4 lots, block 2, Baylor addition, $034. Total Feb. 27, 1892, $9034. Total for week, $8,225 50. An Ordinance. An Ordinance pertaining to Fire Es capes : Be it Ordained by tho City Council of the City of Waco. Seotion I. That tho owners or lessees of all hotels, boarding houses, tenement houses, faotories and storo houses over two stories hicrh, and all theatres and opera houses,in the city of Waco, are hereby required to provide tho same with good and suitable fire escapes amply suffioicnt to furnish means of safe egress to all inmates in case of fire. Seo. II. Hereafter tho oity engi neer shall issue no permits for build ings mentioned in seotion ono of this ordinance unlcfs suoli firo csoapoB aro provided for in tho plans and epocifi cations. It is hereby made unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to hereafter erect any of Eaid buildings in tho city of Waco without pro curing the same with such fire escapes. Seo. III. That any person violating any of tho provisions of this ordinance bIi&H bo tiued not less than twenty five (25) dollars or moro than two hundred (200) dollars for each offense, and caoh day's refusal after due no tico shall be givon, shall bo deemed a sepcrato offense, Seo. IV. iuat all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with any of the provisions of this ordinance shall and the satno is'horebj ropealed, Sec. V. That this ordinanoo tako ef- frot and bo in forco from and after its passage. Passed February 4, 1892. Approvod, Attest: C. C. McCulloch, Mayor. Joney Jones, Oity Secrntay. By It. W. Jarlonowski, Deputy. FOR SALE, 1000 a ore farm, 500 in cultivation, all first class prairio land, Ton houses, barns, sheds, wells and one novcr failing spring. Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400 aores oaoh, and many othors choap and on easy terms, RANCHES. Ranging in number of acres of 320, 500 1200, 1400, 18G6 and 3,000, situated near Waco. Wo can soil special bar gains in houses, lots and business property. Bell & Sassaman, Real Estate and Rental Agents, 111 South Fourth street, Waoo, Toxas. 2ir Ti Wox All Tho new oigar. Nothiug Bouts tho record for fWvor. Wox All ile Tho only Hand Mam:, Havanna filled, Five Cent Cigar in Waco. Best ever made Try them nnd you will smoko no otbor. Wx All Has coino to stay, Tho Pioneer Cigar Factory, G29 Austin Street. BUSINESS NOTICE. All bills duo tho News for advertis ing from July 15th aro payable to ft. Christopher or his authorized col lector. This applies also to sub scribers. Elegant Photo'u. Having scoured tho services of Mr. W SI ,1111, of Chicago, as operator mid retouelier, will guaranteo tho pub Ho a finer class of photographic work than has over been shown in Waco Llavo recently purchased tho largest as well as tho Gnost photograph lens in Texas. Call on tho old ro liable photographer and see samples. W. D Jackson. This is Pretty Good. Mr. John 0. Goodwin, carpenter of Danville, III., writes: "About two week ago a heavy suw log fell upon my foot very badly crushing it,so that 1 was unable to walk at all. I sent for a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lina tnent and kept my foot well sat irated by it. It is now two weeks since this happened, and my foot is nearly well and I am at work. Had I not used Snow Liuanient I should have been laid up at least two months. For healing wounds, sprains, sores and bruises it has no equal. No inflamma tion can exist wlioro Snow Linn mentis used. You can use this let ter. Beware of all whito linaments sub stituted for Snow Linament. Thero is no other linament like Ballard's Snow Linamont. Sold by II, 0. llishcr & Co. SOCIETY NOTE. Items and communications intondod ior this department should bo sent to No. 309 North Twelfth street or tele phoned to No. 30. on or boforo Friday afternoon of oaoli weok, in order to receive proper attention. News notes rocoived after 10 o'olook Satur day morning cannot appear until tlio next week, however much wo may regret tho dolay. Sleeper, Clifton & Co. havo added a repairing department in connection with their shoe store. All repairing of boots and shoes neatly done Charges reasonable Leave your shoes to be halfsoled at Sleeper, Clif ton & Co's,, corner of Fourth and Austin streets. m -w Watoh for tho opening of tbo great new shoo storo, 414 Austin street with a bran now fresh stock and all dainty I styles. 5000 AROiitN Wanted (Illicitly to Hupp'y the liumeiihii demand for co;NY-i:i.i,'M.iFi:ot'Miiicf;i:oN. OOO I'nu'iiN, Itictily Illimtritled, -ric.o, i.iu. A Hlonraiiby of tbo World's Grcntet Dlvlno by tho .Spnrceoii ol America. Ilewaro of catch-pe&ny books, this Is tho htuiidiirrt, Ageuts'succrsB astonishing Interest InleiiNO. BoodqnlckSOo for outfit anil get tbo territory. Add cbh. IIIJIillAHll IIKOS., IO(I Itlicu SI real, IMlludolpIllll. or, ItrouatVHy.Vlji1u111.lS1., SI. l.ouls, Mo. Tie Texas & Pacific Railway EL PASO ROUTE. The direct lino to Sbreveport and New Orleans, toTexarknua, Memphis, St. Tvuls, tho norm ami Hist, unci 10 ail points In Texts, Old and.NeW Mexico, Arlz-mx, Colorado and California. The Favorlto Lino via Sacramento to Oregon and Wbs' InRton. Onlv lino olfcring Choice of Itoiitcs to Points In the Houtlieast.vla Texarkaua, Hbrev. P'irt and New Orleans. TAKE "THE ST. LOUIS LIMITED" Between Ft. Worth and St. Louis. no Fastest Timo botwecn Teias ano tho North and East. Double Daily Lino of Pullman Palace Sloepmg Cars , through to if. Louis via tho IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Through Sleeping Cars Between New Or- leans and Denver and St Louis ana El Paso., For rates, Tickets and all Information apply to or address uuy of tbo Ticket agents or 0. I". FEOAN, Trar. Pass Ag't, GABrONMENMKK, UomPasi. AT. ig't. JOHN A. (lit ANT, .Id Vlcc-1'res DALLAS, TRXAH. No. ISD7 THK STATJKOK TI1XAS. To tbo sheriff or Hny Constable of MiLonna county, Gtovtlngi U. . Ttlpls 'dniliilstrator of the estate of M. Romnnd Deceased, iml g filed In our t'onnty four his F'nal Account or tho con dition of tho F.stalo of said M Itnmand Deceas ed, together with an nppl cation to bo dlrcharR- curium n in AiiiiiiiiiBiriuorniiip You lire HoreliT Cimiirinmliil. thnt liv unlili ration or tiiin WMt fi r twsnty days In a newspa psrro.nlnrly published It tho Comity of Mc- I.ennnn von ir vn i!ni nntlrn in nil n. rsnttnintur. eeted In the Account for i-'innl So Iiiuout o naldEftnte. to file their objections then to, IT nny they 1 nv onorlirforo tin Mn cli term, ltfi'i, fifunlil Connty t onrt, coinmenclnK and to lo holdcu nt the Court llousnof KnldCoin ty, In W coon the first Monday in March SJJ. hen 'nlil Account And AiijnUntlon wl.l bocomldor- uu uj emu iOim. Wmiis my hand nnd Beal of oPlco nt VVnco this liOth day : uUnnuKry WJ2. .L. S. : ,1 V. IIAKK11. Clerk County Court ! IMcI-cimnn I onntv, Tenia l'y T. II Piiuwn, Deputy. m INo. Mil, Til II STATU itV TIIXAS. To tho Sheriff or any Conatnblo or&tcl.cnntn county, Grreilng: F. R McClnln Administrator nf tlio I'ptato of F. M M-flfld lieicnud IidtIhr Hied In nt County Court lil llnnl Acoonnt 01 tho coniU tlon (if tho 1'Miite.of paid Y. M..Ma)llelil I)u ceneil toRether with nn nppllcatlim to bo ilia chaiKoil rrumeald Admlnlatrktorsl 1 You aro Hereby toiun'iaiidrd that by uibll catlonet lit-writ for twenty ilaya In iviimana- lierreKiilarly inilillrliiMl In the Comity of Mu l.t'iinan you rIvc due notlo to nil erB n In ter cat d In tho Account Ter Unal So lenient of eald Kstntc, to file their objection- thereto, I nny they have, on or before tbo March linn, Ittii, ofsild County Court, coniiueiiCl r nnd a bohoUUn nt tho CnurtHoust ol aald County In W eo 1 11 the first Monilnyln March lsw, wheu sad Account and Application will bo lonaldor odby enld Court. WiTNKHHmyliMid ml K?nl of : : offlce, at Warn thleUtd davot IVli : I.. S runry IbW J. W IIakku. Clerk : .. C-iinty 1 omt Mrl.cnnnn O.tinty, Texas, '.by T. II. Known, Deputy. TI1U STATU OF TIIXAS Totho Sheriff or any Constable of McLcnniu County GreotliiK : You nro hereby commanded, to Bnmmon by raakl k publication of thin citation cneo nutdi week for foi r enccetalvn week prior to the re turn day hereof In eomo no simper published In McIj n an cnu 'ty, Toxan.dcoriru Miller to bo ami appear bcforotlio Hororablo District Conit of 'icLciman coi.uty, Texas, nt tte next regular term thereo', to bo 0 d in the C nrt House, In tho Cltv or Wmo, on thoflret Mondn In wanh A. D UU. then nnd ihoro to nuitwe tho I'lalntiff s IV l Ion, tiled in n eultl said Court out ellU ilaj of l''ebruir) A . I). 18'Jt whereto A lee Miller in l'lnintlll, and Q o go Mlllpr-Is D-fendiint. KlloN orsnl- belnp No. nn Tlio natu'iiof U10 l'latntlff't! dciu mllBBt follows, to-wlt: P nln Iff seeks a JntlRino' t for dlvorco on tho pronnils of 0 nel tivat 1 cut, nud abandonment by defemlnn' for.hro- yern Hkiki.n I'Air. ot, nndhnvoyou then nnd there tiiin M, with your oiulorfcmcnt thereon, ehowlng how you hnvo execn d the same UIV ( 1 salt Ih.S MV. uivb UMiLiiiiiY ham) nnn beal or Raid Court, nt Olllce In tho City of .co, mis llie 2Aiu nny or .lannnry A, IBXi. ATTTiT . f. lll'.AHI.KY. t lerk District Court, Mclennan omity, Te . tiii: siA'i i:oi"ti:xas. To tho Sheriff or any constnhlo of McLennan omnity, (ire. Uiir: Y u nie hcreliycfinmnudcd ti'summon Mel lon C. Cro-by by iimkiiR publlcntl' 11 ofthla citation In some newrpnper published in Mc l.euunii UKlinty onrn intnehweek for four sue ccrrho weeks proli iih t- return day lieronf, tobe nuilnpiicnr boloro the Initio nblu District (! urt of Mcl.i-iirnn iu ty, Texns nt the next reirular term thctnuf tn bu held in thu ci urt house In the city f a conn the llrst onlay In Murdi, A li. 1M"J then and there t' answer tho plnlntlir's polltl 11 tiled In a milt In sab' court mi the -!Mh day or Jnnuarv. A. I. ls" wherein )'. I., Crosby is plnlLtlu" and llellci. C. Crosby defendan Fllo No of snlt belli). No r.l. ' Ihoiiaturonf tho pliiintUT's doiminil Is nsfol lnws, to wit: n suit fur dlvi rco In III tlio bonds if niatrun ny bn-ed 011 tho gr. unds of abamb nmeut. Herein lull nut and have you then aril thorn this wr t, with y ur Indorsement thereon, Phoning bow . 11 liuqe oxreuted tbo same. " : iSttcMi iiideriny habil mul the real ; I,. S. : of snbt Court, nt Olllco In tho rlty ; : il'lVaco lids tho'J thdnycrjanu nry, A. I). IWi. attest- Z. V. ltKAsi.Kv.a clerk Dlstiict Court. McLennan Ci nnty, '-'x B Tin: statu or ti:xan. To thoSherlffor nny Constable of Mfil.enliao County-- Greeting: You aro hereby commanded to sr.11.n1cu Jas, It. Spurt b by inn King publication of ibis ci tation In some newspapor iiubllihed In Mclin na 1 cnuutt onco In ohcIi week for lour succea slvowiokB prctlouBlo ret 11 n day lertof tj b and appear before tho Honnrnb'o District Court ofMcl.oiinnn Count1 , Texas, at the next regit lar term thereof, to he hold In tho Court House, In the Cltv of wnro, ontlintlr.t Monday In March, A. I). Iv'.H then uud there to an.wer thu I'lalntifT's l'et tlon, ll'ed In n Butt in mid Court on iliu'-Mtlnlay i.f .1. niiniy A I). 1802. wherein Martlm .1. Sparks Is I'lnlnilD", hdiI Janjl-Bparks la Defendant Fllo No. of suit liolnir No oHI'.l. lie nature of tho I'lalntlO's demand it as fol lows to-wl : A snlt for ill oro,B for separation fiom tho bonds of matrln oily based 011 tho ground of cruel and abuslyo truatmeut desertion and fail ure tn suppnit. llKitKiN Fail Kot, and hare yon then and there this Writ, wlthjouronilnrscment thereon, sl.owlni: bow you have executed thu Kamo, - Oiven Uhdrk My Hanij and L. 8. : Sen nr raid Court, at Olllce In tha : . City of Waco, this tho ikth day of ; January A. 1) Ir92. Attest! '' F IlKHLicr. Clerk District Onrt, Mclennan County, Texts. Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lehman's. A Raro Chanco. If you want a piano or organ of fino makes now is tho opportunity to buv one on your own terms and at prices unheard of. Call on J. B. Payuo and seo tho largest and fincHt stock of pianos ovor brought to contrul Texas and ns terms and prices. This is tho opportunity of a lifo timo and no pru dent person should neglect it. Take notioo in timo. There will never bo suoh a olianco to buy organs or pianos as cheap or on such terms. - For Salo. Throo horses, ono tcn-horso power ongino and boiler and a lot of shelving and storo fizturca Choap and on good terms. MooitE Baos. (Elegant room wouldiop- slightly damaged at your own price at Thomp son's E. E.) K