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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 16 1892.
&k We Arc Made For Co Opcr Ation Could not GET A If it were not could not live. LIVING, for sellers you Therefore we must co-operate you help us; we help you. Buy your next bill of us for ex periment. W. K. FINKS & CO The Proceedings of tho Directors Mooting. AT AUSTIN MONDAY EVENING. Tho State Haunt of Luily ItlaungorN JtccoRUlysed an n Scjicrutc Orcunl sr.ntloti TIio Old Association Truui fcrrcil Into tliu Nuiv. Austin, March 10. At the meet ing of tho World's Fair directory, tho following resolution was adopted de fining tho duties of tliu state board of lady inanagors : IteBolvod, That the directors of tho Texas World's Fair Exhibit associa tion recognize the state board of lady managers, of which Mrs. W. II. Tobin of Austin is president and Mrs. Anna K. II car no of Austin is secretary, as a soparato and independent organiza tion to TorK in concert with tho Texas World's Fair Exhibit association,under suoh rulod and regulations as the said Stato board of lady managers may, from lime to time, dopt, pro vided they may not bo in conflict with tho rules and regulations of tho general Stato association, and pro vidod furthor.that in order to promote harmony in the World's Fair work in Texas, tho said State board of lady managers, through its properly accredited officer or officers, make monthly reports to tho secretary of tho Texas World's Fair Exhibit asso ciation, advising him of the progress of the work of tho ladies' board. "We turther recognize and assert that the Stato board of lady managers have full, absolute and independent control of the ladies' department of tho "World's Fair work in TexaB whioh authority has also been recog nizor by the new Texas World's Fair Exhibit association, formed at Galveston, Maroh i, 1892. Director Parrott moved, and the motion prevailed, that owing to tho emergency existing, Director Rice be authorized to prepare and ship to Chicago at onco three of tho native trees of Texas, with whiolAo repres ent this stato in the gonoral forestry building now under course of con struction on the World's Fair ground. The following resolution was adopted, after whioh tho directors of tho old Texas World's Fair Exhibit assooi&tiou adjourned sino die: Whereas, Tho city of Galveston offered, on February 18, 1892, to sub soiibe $150,000 to the Texas World's Fair fund upon tho conditions that Galveston be givon a majority of tho tho directors and tint tho hoadquar ters bo established there: and whereas the now Texas World's Fair Exhibit asso ciation, organized at Galveston on, Maroh 1, 1892, has assumed all the assotB and liabilities of tho old Texas World's Fair Exhibit association at Galveston, having agreed to subscribe $150,000 upon (ho Condition as above stated; therefore, be it Resolved, That tho direotors of the old Texas World's Fair Exhibit asso ciation accept Galveston's proposition upon tho oonditions named abovo, and upon tho further condition that the new Texas World's Fair Exhibit asso ciation recognize and assume all stock heretoforo aasumod by tho old Texas World's Fair association. Resolved, further, That in consid- erationjof tho abovo headquarters of the Texts World's Fair Exhibit and all its effee s be removed to Galves ton." Everybody goes to Joo Lonman't when they want a good inoal, or i le oream. If It Were Not For Buyers We FORLD'SFAIRll Woather and Fruit. The prospects for a big fruit orop this year in Toxas after two yoars of almost comploto failuro is very gratify ing. Tho cold wuather beginning near tho 1st of ootobor and Joontinu ing almost uninterruptedly to tho present date kept tho fruit troos in a dormant condition most favorablo to tho vigor of tho trees and tho dovelop ment of perfoot fruit buds. Tho blossoming soason 'also began very lato, mauy trees yet scarcely Jjhowing color, whilo all troes aro loaded with blooms and bloom buds, oven to tho tiniest trees. Tho oqlyJ dangor whioh could monuco tho orop was and is a sevoro freeze, and ono ocourrcd ono night last week. That fortnnatoly did not in tho least injure tha fruit aocording to tho observation of fruit men owing to the very dry state ol atmosphoro. The situation was very serious last night, tho thermometer registering 3S degrees at G p. m., with every prospect of fall of 10 degreos during the night. Fortunately tho woather grow warmer during tho night so that at tho coldest period of tho night tho thermometer touobtd only .'17 degroos. Tho shifting of tho wind to tho cast renders it prohablo that to-day will end the blizzard in Central Texas Eaoh day now makes tho prospect of a frcczoout tnoro ro mote, so thit tho prospect for a big fruit orop is very gratifying. Goyser City Band. A meeting of the Geyser Oity and Park bands met last Sunday ovoning and consolidated forming one first- class band with a membership of BOtCtltOOD, The following offioers were oleoted: C. A. Brown, president; Prof. A. E. Booker, manager; Prof. O. Legnorn, leader; A. II. B. Cornelinsen, secre tary. A. Anderson, treasurer. This boing campaign yo,r bands and orchestras will be In demand. Thoso in neod of good mnsio oould not do bettor than to engage the Gey se City. , Transfers of Real Estate. Reported by tho Waoo Abstract and Investment Company, Riom 17 Prov ident Building, Waco, Toxas. J. T. Battle and wifo to T. P. Sparks, 95 by 165 feet farm lot fo, $3150. P. Downing to F. J. Fickey, lot 24, Farroll addition, $700. S. D. Anderson to S. i, Anderson. part of Oakes survey, Tenth street, $1500. A, M. Branch to T F. Mann, lots 13 and Li, block 2, farm lot 23, $1500 J. 0. Eaton, and wifo to J. M. aton, part of Crawford 20 acres, $7500. Total March 15, 1592. $14,350. ' 1i t A Sollloquay. Sourgrass Hollo Lanky, old boy, don't you know me ? Larky By gum, you aro a stranger to mo. Sourgrass Don't you know Jim Sourgrass ? Lanky Why you I But by gum, where did you cateh that fat? Sourgrass Oh I I've been up to old man Blaekwell's whore I can get something to eat. Try him. Lank. Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franco-American Food Co's French Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents eaoh. Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low prices on everything. Call and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grooor. Tucker's "Almondlne." Proof against cold winds and hot sunshine for the complexion. It has already becomo quite popular with the ladies, as also with gentlemen to uso after shaving when troubled with roughness and breaking out. Prioo 25 and 50 cents por bottle. Prepared only by the Lion Drug Store, by W. L. Tucker. Following Suit. Oa and after March 1, 1892, I will sell for oaHh. My terms will bo from 10 to 20 per cent choapor on every thing oxcopt lard. Prompt dolivery as heretofore. Try mo for cash, Itespeotfully, J. C. Stafford. Corner markot 001 Franklin st. Hotel Royal Bar. Haydon & FJayden, ' propriotors. Neat nnd quiot. Very finest winos and liquors, Superb lunoh at 10. Old friends and customers as well now will meet a hearty weloomo. Deferred till Tuesday, March 22nd our second grand opening. Don't I forgot tho date. J. Hansel Wood Shob & Glotiiino Co. (JCMTSHEDOJT SHOULD LIKE WE To shoe all the little baby eet in Waco. We have a very large Hue of Baby shoes and slippers, new, neat and dainty to which we re spectfully invite the attention of mothers. HILT & CO. 414 Austin Street. GREASING THE MACHINE. niLii iu:i:i,r.us avii.i. not ii:- IENI SOL.BLY . HIS Reputation 'urn n. IVIimor but a KIuhu Fund It to tto Uircl to Secure HIh Nomination. Following is from tho Now York correspondent of tho St. Louis Ro publio: New York, Maroh 2. The plans of Senator David Bonnott Hill in his campaign for tho Demo cratic presidental nomination have developed sufficiently to pormit a statemont of oertain interesting de tails, of whioh your correspondent has information of a thoroughly trust worthy oharaotcr, but at tho samo timo so far confidential as to forbid moro than a general statement of tho facts. This information is specific and mun uto particulars, and justifies tho un qualified statement that the Now York benator has instituted and now has in operation in every groat state of tho Union, a complete and woll-organized political machine, working constantly and aotively for tho control of dele gates to the Chicago convention. It is agreed by all who have any adoquato knowledge of what ho is do ing tind acquaintance with work to a similar end in the past, that thcrq,has never been in the history of the party a more thoroughly organized and per fectly equipped machine, but there aro few who are aware of tho fact that ho has at his command a campaign fund of suoh liborul proportions as to cna blo him to oonduot tho operations ot this political machine upon a scalo of expenditure rarely attempted in the preliminary campaign work whioh preceeds nomination. It is within tho porsonal knowledge of your correspondent, howevor, that tho representatives of Mr. Hill are not doponding wholly upon their politi cal acumen and adroitness. Though Hill himself is a poor man and haB arison to his present prominonco sole ly by reason of his wonderful oapaoity as an organizer of tho machine, tho time has come when ho realizes that if he hopes to go up higher ho must open tho barrel, for it will take mil lions to nationalize the machine Promises and spoils of offioo wero very well in stato politico, and this is especially true of Mr. Hill's oaroor, for whato7or elso may bo aaid of him he was usually loyal to his friends, and never failed to put a post-elootion braoo under tho bridge that oarried him over. But in national politios it is different, and nobody realizes this more fully than the Senator himself. From some sourco as yet unknown he has sooured tho largest oimpaign fund over jet raised on tho pm of a private individual, and already its in fluence is being felt. I havo my opinion of oourso concerning this fund and its sourco, as havo other peoplo TO BAG CONNECTICUT. I havo rcliablo information to tho effect that tho voice of tbo Hill man has beon heard .in the land over in Oonneotiout, and that many of tho leadors there havo beon assured that their 6tatc will be redeemed in return for its support of Hill. As a prelim inary step to this redemption nearly a half million aollars will bo placed in the hands of tho stato oommittoe for campaign purposes on the day that Hill delegates are chosen for Chioago Tho Connecticut peoplo would soarooly bo human if they refused to listen to this proposition when you ta'vo into consideration tho faot that although the stato is largely Demo cratic it is almost impossible to olect A TERRIBLE SHOOTING And Cutting Scrape on Third Stroot Everybody rushing to tho scono and bohold thoro was no blood spillod, but the prico of grooorios was suro out down, so the poor oaa eat as woll as tho rioh. So cvory ono that wants to savo money aro Bhooting tor 205, South Thirdjatroet, determined to roap tho benofit of J. II. Shopo's out prices. lie is still selling 18 pounds granulated sugar for..$ 1. Tho best hams in town 10 1 2 Good family flour, sack $1.20 Pigshouldersper pound 10 Scotch oats, por paokage, 10 Fino clioioo gratod P, apples at 20 Fine choice slico grated apples at lf 3 lb California poaches per 0 20 3 lb pio poaoncs per 0 10 Lion and Arbucklo eofieo por lb 22 l-;i 30 lbs bucket now orop jolly for $1.50 1 qt jar njoparcd mustard 26 2 lb lunougbngue, por can,.... 25 A fino sugar corn, per can 10 Crushed Java coffee 5 lbs $1.00 Tho best llio groen eoffoo 5 lbs $1.00 To overy person in Waoo it will pay you to call on J. II. Shope and look through his large and nice stook of grocories bofore buying. Ilemcmber his numbor, 205, South Third street. a Demooratio govcrnor,und absolutely impossible to elect a Demooratio United States senator. When you talk of emancipation to a member of the party in Connecticut you reach his tenderest spot. It is tho ambition ot his life to batter down tho infamous bulwarks with which tho Republican party hedgod itself about in the hoy day of its powor. And thoy havo sought to debauch tho honor of Indiana in tho samo way. Every four years tho Republican party throws a slush fund into this doubtful state that tbo Democrats havo never been able to even approach. "Give us Hill delegates," says the Now York maohine, "and for every dollar tho administration spends among you we will plaoo $2 where they will do the most good." Tho temptation is alluring, for tho excessive uso of a oorraption fund in presidential years jeopardizes tho Demooratio ticket throughout stato, district and county. When, in 1S7G, it was given out that Samuel J. Tildnn was willing to spond $500,000 in order to sooure tho presidency, conditional on tho assur anco that it would be , used legiti mately, tho party was Btartled. It was somothing now, something un heard of among Domocrats up to that timo. I remomber vory woll, though only a boy at tho time, how the pros of the country rung the changes on tho proposition and how tho organs of Mr. Tilden's own party frownod upon it. And yot the sago of Greystono was a man of largo wealth, a multi-millionaire and would not feci such a depletion of his private purse. Tho contribution would in no way havo hampered his administration or havo fettorod tho Presidential will with questionable anti-election allow ances. Now, sixteen years later, it IB proposed on behalf of a man who has no fortune at all of his own to dis tribute this amount of money in a single state, and that, too, in one of tho smallest states in tho Union (Connootiout) Further it is given out that his campaign fund is ox haustless, and that $5,000,000 or oven $10,000,000 may be spent in his be half. Tho question naturally presents itself: "Is this money to bo put up out of puro and unalloyod affection for a cold-blooded statesman liko David B. Hill?" Does anybody believe that if oleoted President under suoh cir outiiHtauccH he will bo indepondent of tho forcos that made mim ? F. J. P. Strange as it may seem, the ques tion is often asked; "Do you furnish moals tor mon also, at tho lYomurra JScehanoe't" Consignment? of all kinds ot eatables, needle work, and ordors for plain sewing solicited from women alone. Tho Exchange furnishos a market in all such from women who wish to help themsolves; but the eat ing department of the JOxchanye is open to men and women both, a it is only the method to defray oxponsos. All gontlomon who wish to see a worthy institution succeed, call and get a nice meal. m 1 Moj. Wiloy Joues has purchasod tho mansion of Rev. F. Van Sohulen baoh near Perry station. Tho spa cious house ot about twenty rooms with all tho modern improvements is beautifully looatod in a grovo of nutivo oaks and tho stables, barns, honnory, dairy, laundry oto., aro of tho latest design. It is said that the former lord of this estate, embracing 200 acres of rioh Toxas land, is now in Ohio, having obtained a divoroo from his wifo. To tho Lovers or Art In Photo graphy. Having moved to my now gallory over 701 and 703, Austin stroot, (tho old Hinohman Building), I am now better prepared than over to give tho pooplo of Waoo tho finest Photos in Iho Btato. Tho beautiful "aristo" (so highly endorsed by tho loading gal. crioB,) in all its beauty, at my studio. I will havo on exhibition for a fow days, an elegant oil portrait of Mrs, Goo. Clark, by Mons. Do Gissao, whioh has been framed in a very handsomo "Florontino" fraino, making a portrait well worth a visit, to all, and more especially to tho tho ladies. I will bo glad to woloome my old, and many now customers. Don't for got my now addtoss,over 701 and 703, Austin Avo. Respeotfully, Deane, Photographor. FASHIONS. 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Risher & Co. The Gabert Bros , fashionable tail ors, 116 South 4;h street havo tho fin est cutters, employ the most skillful workmen and havo the largest and finest. Block of spring goods in tho oity whilo their prices are very rea sonable. Givo them a call. All tho now styles suitings in oolor and fabrio at Gibort Bros., fashiona ble tailors, 11G South 4th street. . Had not Slept for Years. Mr. A. Jaokson, an old resident of Rusk, Texas, and manager of the magnificont now hotel of Rusk, in forms us he had not slept at night for years exoept in shot naps, owing to incossant coughing. He was advised when very muoh run down to try Ballard's Horehound Syrup; ho was immediate rolieved of his Cough and his rest improved to such a degree that hi could sleep soundly all night; Mr. Jaokson states : "1 regard Bal lard's Horehound Syrup supporior to any, Cough Syrup on tho market, and its freedom from Opium and Morphine leaves no oonstipation after using it. For this reason alono I oonsidor it tho best Cough Syrup in tho world for ohildren. My Lungs aro now stronger than thoy havo boon for years. This Syrup is vory soothing to tho throat and lungs." Sold by H. C. Risher & Co. BUSINESS NOTICE. Tho News is not rosponaiblo for nor will it pay any bills uuIobb authorized by a written or verbal order from tho manager. . A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man Are you Bilious, Constlpatedand troubled with Jbundlee SfokHead aobo, Bad Tasto In Mouth, Filn Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyopopsla Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Pain in Baok and between tho Shoulders, Chills and Feyer, &o. If you have auy of these symptoms, your .ulver w out of ordor your blood is e lowly being poisoned, because your Liver does not aot properly. Hbiibinb will cure any dlsordor of the Llver,8loni aoh orBowels. It has no equal bb a Liver Medlciuo. Price 75 couta. Free sample bottle at H. O. Risher's Drug Store. Buy Egan's Athracite coal. m M to Kollum & Lawson 51" O kinds of real estate.