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WACO DAfLY NEWS.MARCH 16 1892
6 f WACO FIKE BBPAIITJIEHI, Location of Flro Alnrru Iloxen. 4 Fifth Ward Flro Station strike xm 5 Corner 9th and Austin ' mn 6 " th " " " iii ' 7 Central Fire Mtatlon mint 8 Weft End Fire Station " millll ' is Corner J4'h and Washington i-m Ml " oth and Malborongb ' Mm "15 " stimuli Columbus i-mii '16 " 8thanl Jackson " Millll "IT " h and Webster " l-ltmil " " 8th i.nd Clovolaud " 11-11111 as fith and SiielRht " ii-intii "37 " CtbanJ Washington" ii-iiuiit ' SS noyal Hotel 5th aid Franklin " iii-iltll " SO Woolen KWs 11th and Mary " m-ltlill " s7 Cornor luth and Jefferson " m-iiiiiii All boxe't numbered above 8 strike thnsi flex is strikou 1 and stops, then ttrlkos 111 mBklnf Uox 13, then repeats four times. Hox 25 strikes II and stops, then strikes IIIIl muting Box 25 aid go on. DimcTiONS ron oivmo alarm. Keys will bo fonnd in rcnldenceson each coi er where boxen are located. Open Flro Alarm Boxes and pull Hook down and let go. Leave Turn alarm In only for Arcs. 110.00 fine for falso alarms. Slow tapping of bells signify company alls. Pecond Friday la each month each box Is tapped twice, testing boxes and circuit line When alarm o( flrelBglTOu the Flro Depart ment has tho rlijlit of way on allitreeta. All vehicles must drive near Ibe sidewalk and keop away from the lire. tS.sjMue for running over hose. , ... Keport of any careless driving going to ot from Arcs by the Fire Department will bo thankfully receive by the Chief, as fast and earelees driving Is strlckly forbidden. Try Egan's"$5.56 Lump coal. Call at J. A. Early's and look at his cash advertisement. Egan has tho best cheap coal in c market at $5.50 per ton Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. Fishing taokle of every description with a full stock of hunters supplie H. E. A 'tBOLDS. Paul Jones rye whisky, 3 per pal Ion good as any $4 whisky in the eity, for sale by J. A. Early. A J. Leslio for first-class watoh clock and jowelry repairing. Same building with IT. E. Amhold Austin Avenue. Elegant Photo's. Having secured tho servioes of Mr. W. M. llall, of Chicago, as operator and retoucher, will guaranteo the pub lic a finer olass of photographic work than has over been shown in Waco. Have recently purohasod the largest as well as tho finest photograph lens in Texas. Call on the old re liable photographer and see samples. W. D. JACK80N. A Sure Cure for Piles. Itching Files are known by mois turo liko perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing, yiold at onoo to Br. Boaanko's Pile Remedy, which aots direotly on patts effeoted, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and effeots a permanont cure. 50 eta. Bruggists or mail Giroulars freo. Br. Bosanko, 320 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. Bought Cheap. Ono of tho largest purchases made in Waoo for somo months was the purohaso on Tuesday of tho entire stock of wagons and agricultural im plements ot S. A. Owons & Son, sold by the United States marshal to the highest bidder. Mr. W. E Dupreo was the purchaser for spot cash at a very low prioo. This big stook added to his own, makes tho biggest stook of agricultural implements in Central Texas at his great houses, 101 and 105 Bridgo street. His bic stock em braces all tho popular brands of wagons, plows, cultivators, corn and ootton planters and everything elso in the agricultural implement lino. His late purohase gives him a big lover in prices and Buprce's agricultural houbo is the best place to bay farmers' goods in the state. Buy Egan's Indian Territory ooal. M to Kellum & Lawson for PTtsjP lots in Farwells Heights. FOR SALE, 1000 acre farm, 500 in cultivation, all first class prairio land. Ten houses, barns, sheds, wells and ono never failing spring. 8mall farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400 aores oaoh, and many othors oheap and on easy terms. RANCHES. Banging in number of acres of 320, 500 1200, 1400, 1866 and 3,000, situated near Waoo. We can soil special bar- go ns in houses, lots and business ptoperty. Bell & Sassaman, Keal HBtaio ud Rental Agonta. Ill South Fourth Btreot, Waco, Tex&B. A CABINET MEETING. RECIPROCAL TRADE RELATIONS UN- DER DISCUSSION. If n lloply IsNotSoun lterrlvod from Salis bury tlin llerini; Sen Mutter Will Ho ItrnuKht to tlio Attention of tho llrltisli Minister. Washington, March 10. Tho cabinet meeting wis attended by all tho mem bers except Blnino, Fostor anil Noblo. Tho issues of proclamations in retalia tion against those countrius which re fused to enter Into reciprocal trade re lations with tho United States under tho terms of tho JIcKinloy act, was tho principal subject of discussion, and it was decided to issue proclamations of this character against tho countries in South America of Colombia and Vene zuela. Tho Bering sea question was referred to only incidentally tit tho meeting. If a responso to Harrison's noto to Salisbury is not soon received, it is understood tho president will call tho attention of tho British minister hero to tho fnct that this government is await ing Salisbury's reply to tho president's noto of tho 8th instant and nsk that tho matter bo brought to his attention. J il cI;o McCorin Ink's Victory. Washington, March 10. Tho judi ciary committee of tho house agreed to reiort to the house with tho recom mendation that it lay upon tho table tho resolution looking to tho impeachment of Hon. A. P. McCormick. judgo of tho district court for tho northern district of Texas. Tho resolution was intro duced by Mr. Baukhead of Alabama. Tho commitce is of tho opinion the charges contained in tho preamble to the resolution do not prevent a case calling for hnjieachinent, tho ovidenco beforo tho committee showing tho charges to bo unfounded. Opposition to tVoodi. Washington, March 10. Tho sennto, in oxecutivo session listened two hours to arguments by Voorhees and Turpie in opposition to the confirmation of Judgo Woods and Hoar's defense of the nominee. l'reo Silver ISel'olo Tree Wool. Washington, March 10. At ti con ference of tho Democratic members of tho ways and means committee it was decided not to pass u vote on tho wool bill in advance of taking up the silver special order, but resume consideration of tho bill after tho special order was disposed of. The Uoiim). Washington, March 10. Mr. Enloe of Tennessee, from the committee on postofflces and postroads reported a bill to repeal the mail subsidy act It was placed upon tho calendar and tho minor ity was granted leave to lilo a minority report. Mr. Sayers of Texas presented the couferenco report on tho urgency de ficiency bill. The house then went into committee of the whole, Mr. Blount of Georgia in tho chair, on tho freo wool bill. Mr. Coombs of New York concluded his speech in favor of the bill. Mr. Walker of Massachusetts next took the door to oppose tho measure and entered into a general defense of the McKinley bill, declaring that under it in one year our foreign trade increased 1400,000,000, or 27 per cent, increase. Mr. Scott of Illinois attacked tho Mc Kinley law and laid siecial stress upon the unconstitutionality of tho sugar bounty provision. Mr. Chipman of Michigan said that notwithstanding the decision of tho su premo court, ho was still of tho opinion that tho counting of a quorum under tho rules of tho Fifty-first congress was un constitutional. Turning his attention to tho tariff ho denounced the system of protection as a paternal system which built up the few at the oxpenso of tho many. Mr. Dockery of Missouri followed. Ho said tho McKinloy bill only increased tho burdons of tho farmers aud that Blaine's reciprocity would prove falla cious. It is proposed that natural laws of trado bo disregarded and commorco bo regulated by correspondence between state departments. Tho committee then rose and the honso adjourned. Sennto. Washington, March 10. Mr. Poffei introduced a bill which was referred to tho finance committee to regulate the valuo of cortain coins and pieces of monoy and to give to all sorts of current money legal tender quality and to pro hibit and prevent discrimination in fa vor of gold coin or bullion as monoy. Mr. Halo presented the conference re port on tho urgent deficiency bill and it was agreed to. The senate proceeded to the considera tion of tho military academy appropria tion bill. It was passed and tho senate went into executive session. Ilotul llnrneil. Jacksonville, Fla., March 10. Fire broke out in tho Duval Hotel, cornor Forsythe and Hogan streets. The hotel accommodated about ono hundred guosts. The clerk says there wore about beventy iu the house at tho time of the fire mid all escaped. JThe fire is still burnim.'. CRUEL SID. Tho Wife of a Very Prominent Inillnun 1'olltlclnn Granted a Divorce. SiiEiaiYViLi.i:, Intl., March 10. A bill of dlvorco was granted to tho wife of non. Sitl Congor, late superintendent of tho census of Indiana, and nt present superintendent of tho stock department of tho World's fair. Mrs. Conger charged, in hor petition, cruel treatment. She alleges that Con ger on two occasions struck hor in Iho face with his fist aud otherwise cruelly treated hor. They wcro married in 1873 and have four children, tho temporary custody of whom was given to Mrs. Congor, whilo Conger has tho privilege of visiting tho children at will. By tho mutual agreement of tho parties Mrs. Conger is to have $1000 alimony. It has also transpired tlytt Conger's real estate is heavily covered by mortgages and ho is othorwiso embarrassed. Tho revela tion of these facts has created a sensa tion in this county, where Conger is woll known. For years Congor has been prominent in politics, having served ono torm ns sheriff and one term as a member of the legislature, and is a closo friend of Presi dent Harrison and Lewis T. Michener. It is generally believed thnt Conger has been a closer advisor of President Har rison than tho secretary of stato. It will bo remembered that tho Uuited States ofilcial records show that Conget only escaped indictment in December, 183S, for bribery in tho election by one voto. Many persons in Indiana feel keenly Conger's accredited shrewdness in dut ing-thein into certain peculiar land in vestment companies in California, which ho claims wcro good. Very I)er IllrU Nr.w York, March 10. A couple ot swindlers drove up in front of Joseph Frescoli's Italian grocery at 193 Mott street, and, calliug tho proprietor out, pointed to tho truck load of sugar they had with them, and offered to sell him two barrels of the sugar for $18. Fres coli said ho would tako tho two barrels and paid tho men $13 on account. They said they would call for tho remaindei of the money later on and drove awav. Frescoli knocked tho heads off the bar-1 rels to servo a customer. He found good sugar at tho top of each barrel, but wheii ho drove his scoop down into it he struck a substance that he did not considor pay dirt. It was mud and sand. Frescoli hurried over to the store ol Josoph Stimer, with whom he deals and from whose placo he thought, tho sugai had come, and complained of the decep tion which hud been practiced on him. He declined that he identified two of t lit omployprt in tho ttnre its the men win had .-old him the sugar. Tln-so wen Patrick Uroggins and Thonia-, Parley. He had them arretted and Wiieu thej wvro arraigned in t'.io lombt polici court they .vwoiv they had been in the atom all day and bad not gone out'itall NevrTilielfi-s they were held in default ofifoOO bail. Fie. coli is positive the are the men who buncoed him. New YoitK, March 10. May Knowles, a hnndsomo and bright young actress, whose family is ono of the oldest and wealthiest iu Nowbnrg, died under mys terious circumstances Sunday. Sho was 19 years old and very beautiful. Official inquiry develops an ante-mortem state ment bho made that the medicine for an illicit purporso had been given her by medical students, from which death re sulted. DPY.KiZVrri8S0 .A Worn-out, "run-down," fcoblo women, need Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription. It builds them up. It's a powerful, restorativo tonic, or strength-giver free from alcohol nnd injurious drugs. The entire system is re newed and invigorated. It im proves digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains, gives re freshing sleep, and restores flesh and Btrength. As a soothing nervine, it allays and subdues hysteria, spasms, and all tho nervous symptoms com monly attendant upon functional and organio disease It's the only guaranteed medicine for women. It does what is promised or it asks nothing. It gives satisfaction, in every case, or the monoy paid for it is refunded. That's tho way its makers prove their faith in it. Contains no alco hol to inebiiato ; no syrup or sugar to dcrango digestion ; a legitimato medicine, not a beverage. Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition of the system. V . I . r I ' !" ' -ffl't . A Ilathor Ijirge Deficit. Adrian, 111., March 10. Cousidorablt oxcitement prevails hero over tho alleged disapiearaneo of fully 18.000 bushels ol wheat from tho grain elevator owned by Iris Bailoy of thiR place. Bailey has foi years bought grain horo and operated nil elevator. Ho failed several years ago, leaving a number of farmers iu tut lurch, as claimed. During tho pastyoai ho has been acting as a warehouse man for various farmers of this vicinity, giv ing them a receipt for grain stored and taking a commission for the wo of his elevator. Twenty thousand bushels of wheat, a alleged, were stored with Bailoy, mid tho owners havo been unablo to find but ia00 to 1500 bushols in tho bnlldimr. This was recovored. Two young farm ers hurried to Carthage and employed attorneys, who told them to hasten back to Adrian and get what thoy could. The young men walked back in tho Btorni and nearly froze to death. It is said thnt Bailoy is insane and cannot bo seen. A Tennessee Town llitriieil. p- Nasiivillk, March 10. Tho town of Mount Pleasant was visited by the most destructive fire in tho history of tho town. The principal business part of tho placo was burned. Loss, (0,000; in surance not known. The biggest stock of pianos, organs and small musioal goods in Contral Texas at J. 13. Payno's,and tho prices at which they aro being sold is simply astonishing. Now is tho chanoo of a lifetimo to get a fine piano dirt cheap. YOUTH. Why is It so many grow old too pruiitutiircly ? Said an old man: "If there is anything that will make an old man feel ynuhgit is Dr. John Hull's S.irsaiunlla." Yes, there is a deal of buoyancy in a bottle of this excellent remedy, mm if it was more gen erally used there would bo fewer folks growing prematurely old. The healing and strengthening herbs that enter into its compoaitiiin mako It one of the finest re juvenating medicines that can he com Eouudrd. Said u young wife, when asked ow she managed to li e so happily with DO Y her husband, who was tjuite an old man, "I keep him youthful by giving hiru Bull's Sarsaparllln." It is a good thing when feeling of old agu or decrepitude creeps into the system to rout it at once with Bull's Saraaparilla. It makes the old feel young, and the young feel buoyant. An active old lady said s-hu "couldn't keep up long when" her bottle of Bull's Sarsa parilla got empty.1' It's a good tiling for old people. l.eryone, young or old, should counteract the evil cllccts of nerv ousness, weakness, utid debility by a uso of Bull's Sarsaparilla. It keeps the system in fine condition. You will sleep better, BECiEJ TO jrou will cat better, your food will digest better, you will feel better every way if you occasionally use this great tonic and alterative. Ephralm Unmet, Smlthlnnd, Ky., writes: '"I am itu old man, eighty-three years or OS, yet I can walk flvu miles to town and back, and Uel noiie the worse for It. Every spring I take a dozen or llfteen bottles of Bull's Sarsaparilla. Jt put my system In line condition, nnd I (eel good and nprllo ths whole year through. It lias worked soma great cures In my neighborhood. A Mr. BonsallM wife lay bed-ridden for thre years. Doctors did her no good. I got her husband to try Hull's Sarsaparilla. Now FEEL OLD? she Is well nnd does her own housework. A negro living on our placo had a bad casa ot scrofula. Bull's Sarsaparilla cured him.1 W-If you think your child has worms, don't risk any chance, but give It Dr. John Bull's Worm Dcstroyon:. They nr nice candles, and never fall. Price, X Cents. T"AU through the summer and fall I was troubled with chills and fever. I finally got ono bottlo of Smith's Tonlo Byrup, nnd It cured mo ut once." C.H. "Wells, Mldvllle, Ga. Jobk D. Park fc Sons, Wholesale Jgentt, US, 177 and 179 Sycamore SL, Cincinnati, O, 10 Tie Teias & Pacific Railway EL PASO ROUTE. The direct line to Shrevenort an't New Orleans, to Texarkana, Memphis, St. Lnulu, the Nortli anil Knet, and to all points in Texts, Old and, Now Mexico. Ariz inn, Colorauo end California. The Favorite Lino via Sacramento to Oregon and WKBhlngton. Only line ottering Choice or Routes to f'olntH In the SuutbeBat.vIa Texarkana, Snrevtprt and New Orleans. TAKE "THE ST. LOUIS LIMITED" Between Ft. Worth and St. Louis. ne Fastest Time between Texas aue the North and East. Double Daily Line of Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ', through to 6f. Louis via tho IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Through Sleeping Cars Between New Or leans and Denver and St Louis and El Paso. For rates, Tickets and all Information apply to or address any of the Ticket agents or C. r. FEOAN, GASTON MHSL1KR, Trav. Pass Ag't, Gem Pass. & T. Ag't. JOHN A. KAKT,ad Vlce-rron. DALLAS, TEXAS, Did You Ever Btopto thino that right here is situs, tod the pi ncer cigar faotory, whore thoyprodVo oigaiB far superior to any that are mndo in tho nldor states? JLet a Man Only call or tho "Noxall" Hand made Havana filled, 5 cont oigar, or the "Little Daisy" 10 cont cigar and if he w.nta something very fine lot him call for tho "Una88umor" Loudrcs Grande 'J for 25 oonts and if his dealer docs not koop thoin ho can go to iho pio neer cigar faotory, G2o Austin Avenue where those goods aro sold at wholo falo and rotail, nnd to try any of their brands will mako a man Feel Good all Over. Dra. Vilkes & Wilkes and Dr. J. It Forroll havo fitted up a suito of rooms in tho new Provident building, second floor, where thoy may bo foutid in future. Telephone at offioo and residonoos. Slatos at Old Cornor Drue Store Removal. The Waoo 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 facing Franklin streot ono ol tho fin est nnd most acoessiblo rooms in the building. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup-. This remedy is a suro euro for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, oaused by taking cold. It will stop a oough in ono night, no matter how sevoro. It is just what its name implies; an onion syrup, compounded in euoh manner as to do away with tho un pleasant taste and odor of tho verita ble. When in need of a cure for a couglf or oold, try it. Prioo 50 oonts. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. MftLa- a fow days a. book and pe riodical storo will will bo opened up at 401 Franklin, street, whero lovers of Literature, Music and Art will find all tho peri odicals foreign and domestio, latest novels, sheet musio and all tho Tra-La-La's of a popular house. Keep your cyo on the placo and your mem ory on the number of O. T. Itidloy'e new stand. Whon you want nice fresh meat mutton, beof pork and purer lard at 10 cents per pound, go to Mellor & Delanet 125 South Third streot Tulia IiOfe Garden spot of the great Panhandle. Rich loamy soil. Great wheat country. Till I a L.f Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher oounty. One of tho finest counties in tho great Panhandle. Court house, churohes, sohools, &c, io. Tulia .ot Swisher oounty is developing rapidly. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan dlo daily and the man with tho plovr is daily going to Swisher oounty. Tulia Lof A pretty town in the prettiest oountry in the world. Land level as a floor and produoing immense orops of all cereals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia Lof 0 Everlasting frcestono puro wator in illimitablo quantities at twenty-fivo to thirty feet. Tulia !Loi Aro in a growing town, in a growing oounty. Property is advanoing daily and will continue to advanco in a way to make the head swim. Buy now. Don't delay a day. Lots oheap as dirt at prioes now asked. For maps, plats and other particu lars apply to L H. Gouldy 411 Franklin stroet. Cheap Buggies, phae tons and oarna ores, bought at h ' fla sale dirt oheap. I will sell them tho same, Big chanoo. Tou Padqitt.