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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH i7
1892. We Arc Made For Co Oper Ation Could not GET A LIVING. If it were not for sellers you could not live. Therefore we must co-operate you help us; we help you. Buy your next bill of us for ex periment. W. K. FINKS & CO Illnluo Improve. Washington, Maroh 17. Tho only ohango in Secrotarv Blaine's condition to dny, is in tho direction of a slight improvement. DESTRUCTIVE TIKE Thirteen llnunnn Destroyed Licked Up by Flnmim.t Kingston, N. Y., March 17. A firo in JUddyvillo, last night destroyed thirteen buildings including Schu man's hotel and Torroys hotel, four dwellings and seven baniB. Tho loss will reach $50,000. All the build ing hurned were framo struoturos. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Senator Ilill is in Atlanta. 1 Lottery offices in Louisville have closed. Tho grand jury at Chicago has in dicted Dr. Scudder for murder. Electric light companies in Chicago have combined against tho World's fair. Michael Schwelstahl, banker, has as signed at Chicago; assets $M0,(XI0, liabil ities $120,000. King Tnnibmno of Butaritnci, in tho South sea, is in San Francisco with two of his subjects. River coal operators at Pittsburg are talking of lodncing wages because ot Bouthern competition. Preparations are still going on at Mare Island navy yard to fit vessels for Ber ing sea t-ervici). Charles Kniinp was shot by his wife -near Greonup, Ky II. h.ld been to boe another woman. Tho Pacific short line is contesting 120 sections of land in Xobr.ukiv settled by homesteaders. Tho sugar trust is trying to get hold of tho three independent refiucries in Philadelphia. A call has been issued for a meeting of southern wholesalo grocers at Memphis March 25 and 20. Two children of William Pierce at Struthers, Utah, wero fatally scalded. A btovo boiler full of hot water topplod over on them. Near Camden, Tonn., fraginonte from a burst millstone killed Frank Scott and -wounded n man named Leslie Hayward Hcathman and Thomas and Jesse Grady went boating near Loxing ton, Mo., Tuesday and have not been heard of. Leaky skifE was nsed. A petition has been circulated at Sli dell, La., asking all alien working peo ple to leavo town. Somo negroes left. White foreigners have armed themselves and propose to protect their homes. An engine boiler at Shamokin, Pa., exploded, killing C. C. Campbell and Prank Brockiec and injuring Georgo Benton and two othora. National executive board of stato labor commissioners is in session at Chicago. Tho aunnnl convention will be held at Denver, May 24 and 25. Jerry Simpson says tho Farmers' Al lianco will carry eight and possibly niuo states this year. Hill is almost certain to be askod em barrassing questions about silvor coinago on his southern trip. The exorbitant bill of tho undertakers who had chargo ol Representative Honk's funeral will be cut down. Burglars at Chicago looted Chiof Pinkerton's house. Hill's journey through the south is a succession of ovations. Now York has a "slasher" who cuts people with a sharp knife. A 17-year-old boy won a -prizo fight in Oregon and died half an hour after ward. ! A lighting chance that Thayor is still governor of Nobraska has been discov ered. Anti-Donnelly men repudiated tho People's party and want to ally with Democrats. A dynamite projectile for tho destruc tion of vessels will bo tested at Now York, if it Were Not For Buyers We T HISHAtDES EFFORT. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA MAKES A BIG TARIFF TALK. Ilct Speech Ih CotiBr" r,,r Many Yenrn l'ull l)ltloinntlo Ui'lntloim lletwrcn tlu United Xtt ami Ituly to 1 IlfOituU lUhvtl Other WimliliiBton Note. Washington, March 17. Thero has nevor been more burpriso in congress than thoro was when Congressman Bryan of Nobraska mado his 8ieech on tho tariff. This gentleman is !12 years of ace and never held an ofilco till he came to congres. He has been put in what is sneoringly called tho kindergar ten class. Thero was somo dissatisfaction shown by his appointment to tho ways and means cominitteo and when ho aroso to mako his sjteech thero was a general yawn from the old stagers who havo but little patience with new and fresh men. Bryan had not spoken fifteen minutes before he demonstrated that ho know what ho was doing. As ho proceeded tho interest increased and it was not long before ho had tho attention of every man in the house. Not a member moved or wrote for tho whole time ho was oa tho floor. Ho was frequently interrupted by tho Republicans, but ho iuvariabiy discomfited them. When ho concluded everybody con gratulated him. Thore is the general expression that ho made tho best speech that has been delivered in congress for fifteen years. Ho showed a most re markable knowledge of tho dotails ot the tariff, and he easily placed himself among tho big men of tho country by this oho effort. His speech is tho uni versal topic of conversation in tho city. Sir Julian ltrqucxtcri to Ilimtenl Washington, March 17. Acting Sec retary Wharton was instructed to in form Sir Julian Pauncefoto, British minister, that tho president desires to know nt as early a dato as possible the intention of tho British government in regard to the proposed renewal of the modus vivendi of last year for tho pres ervation of seal fisheries pending the set tlement by arbitration of tho question of the jurisdictional rights of the United States in Bering sea. The British min ister was requested to call Lord Salis bury's attention to Wharton's note ol tho 8th instant, Tho president's desire foi speedy action is said to be due to recently developed facts. It is essential to know whether Great Britain willco operate in keeping sealers out of Bering sea, as oth erwiso tho execution of that duty falls solely on tho United States and will ne cessitate making arrangements that will scarcely bo effectivo unless completed at an eaily day. The character of instruc tions to our naval and revenuo vessels destined for duty in Bering sea this sea son depend almost altogether on thS attitude assumed by Great Britain, aud as vessels havo to be in tho vicinity of tho tea by May 1 it will be seen there is very little time to spare in prepara tions. Italy Will Hitvo ii 2Ilulter. Washington, March 17. It is learned semi-officially that arrangements have been mado for tho re-establishment ol full diplomatic relations between the United States and Italy as tho same ex isted before tho New Oi leans incident. A I'avoralilu lttport. Washington, March 17. The house committee on merchant marine fisheries agreed to report Representative Fith ian's bill for the free admission of Amer ican registry ships built in foreign coun tries after Jan. 1, 1898. A minority report in opposition to the bill will also be made. .Senate. Washington, March 17.--Mr. Halt from tho committee on naval affairs re ported a bill for the construction (by contract) of three battleships from 7500 ts 10,000 tons displacement, two armored coast defense vessels, fivo gunboats of 8000 tons displacement and eight first class torpedo boats. Rofeired. Mr. Peffor introduced (by request) a bill with the following comprehensive title: Creating a f und for tho payment of pensions and setting tho army of idh laborers at work on extensive public improvements, for tho removal of the strongest incentive to enmo among the powerful and to vice among tho rich, for protecting Americans troni iutlux ol unduo alien competition. Tho fund contemplated in tho bill to bo furnished by a graduated tax on incomos and real estate. Referred. House. Washington, March 17. Mr. Joseph of New Moxico, from tho committee ou territories, reported a bill for tho ad mission of Now Mexico as a stato of the Union. House calendar. Mr. Smith of Arizona, from tho same committee, reported a bill for tho ad mission of Arizona. Mr. Goodnight, from the committee on tho judiciary, reported back advoibelj tho resolution preferring charges against Andrew P. McCormick, United States district judgo for the northern district of Texas. The report was agreod to and tho resolution was laid upon tho tablo. Tho house then went into a committee of tho whole, Mr. Blount in the chair on tho freo wool bill, and was addressed by Mr. Sayors of Texas in ooposition tt )' fcMlSHEDO ITf WE SHOULD LIKE To shoe all the little baby eet in Waco. We have a very large line of Baby shoes and slippers, new, neat and dainty to which we re spectfully invite the attention of mothers. HILT & CO. 414 Austin Street. tho protective policy of the Republicans. His speech was largely statistical, given to a criticism of tho financial policy of the administration, which he said was so bad that when bonds fell dno in 1891 the administration was com polled to uppeal to the holders of thesa bonds to continue them to tho extent ol $25,304,500. If this had been done by the British ministry ho 6nid it wonld havo been hurled from power to disgrace within a month after it became known and parliament assembled. Mr. Bryan of Nobraska then followed iu an attack upon tho McKinloy bill. I'helps Get tho airdnl. Washington, March 17. Tho gold medal offered a year ago by General Su perintendent White of tho railway nu. service to the postal clerk mnkng the best caso examination record during the year has been awarded J. F. Phelps, n clerk of class 5 on tho Sedalia and Den isou railroad, postoffico seventh division. Phelps correctly distributed 99.9G pel cent of 112,105 cards, handling twonty eight cards a minute. In making tin announcement Superintendent White says his record is the best ever made. Clement Confirmed. Washington, March 17. The senate confirmed Jndson C. Clements of Geor gia to bo intorstato crjLimerco coinmiu bioner vice Bragg, deceased. World's I'ulr Couimttteo. Washington, March 17. Tho sul committee of tho appropriations com mittee, charged with tho investigation of the World's fair expenditure, leave hero on the 2-lth and begin on the 20th in Chicago to investigate into the matter. Discussing lierlug Sen. Washington, March 17. The com mittee on foreign relations iu tho senate spent tho greater part of the regulai weekly session in a discussion of the Bering sea question. Nothing new was developed. The I.uunclilliB of tho Ship. Newport News, Va., March 1.- Prominent people from Washington, Now York aud Virginia witnessed the launching of tho 4300-ton steamer El Sui (the south) built for tho Southern Pacific company's lino between Now York and Galveston, tho first largo 1110 reliant steamship built south of tho Patomac. Tho launching was successfully accom plished. Thero was a banquet for the guests at which C. P. Huntington spoke briefly, saying: Wo havo met to chris ten and launch the steamer "El Sur." May sho bo tho first of a long list 01 ships to bo built in this section of country whore tho greatest amount of material for such work is found and may sho be tho pioneor of a great commercial future for tho south. I hopo to seo you all ai tho christening and launching of many ships at Nowport News, as many shall bo built hero. Among other speakers and those pres ent wero Congressman Outhwaite oi Ohio, Herbert of Alabama and Boutolle of Maine; Senators Fryo, Dolph, Sawyei and Sanders. Slurried Her Uncle'. Gainesville, March 17. Sheriff Ty sou of Jones county left hero with a young girl giving tho namo of Maud Williams. Sho is charged with incost, having marriod hor uncle. Sho married him in Anson soveral months ago. Thej wero arrested and placed under bond. ilioyjumpoa thoir bond and cnino tc this city, whoro tho girl has worked as n domestic. Tho man Jeft and has not since been heard of. Against Trust's ami ltuilroiuli. St Paul, March 17. Tho Allianct executive committee hold a short session at the Merchants' Hotel and decided to coHimonco action against tho elovntoi companies and somo railroad companies of the state undor tho anti-trust law, charging collusion to doprehs tho price of wheat and otherwise defraud tho fanner out of his just dues. l'lelil IFTtfUtle. Nrtv York, Maroh 17. Judgo Van Brunt has docidod that Edward M. Field is insane. A TERRIBLE SHOOTING And CuttlngScrnpo on Third Stroet Everybody rushing to tho soono and behold thoro was no blood spilled, but the prioe of grooorios was euro out down, so the poor caj oat as well as tho rioh. So every ono that wants to save money are shooting tor 205, South Third4strcet, dotennined to reap tho beuofit of J. I. Shopo's cut prices. He is still selling 18 pounds granulated sugar for..$ 1. Tho best hams in town 10 1-2 Good family flour, Back $1.20 Pigshouldersper pound 10 Sootoh oats, per package, 10 Fino choioo gratod P, apples at 25 Fine oboice bIico gratod apples at If) Ii lb California puaohes per 0 20 U lb pio poaohes per 0 10 Lion and Arbuoklo colTco por lb 22 1-2 HO lbs buoketnow crop jolly for Sl.FiO 1 qt jar prepared mustard U5 2 lb lunch tonguo, por can 25 A fino sugar corn, per can 10 Crushed Java coffee fi lbs $1.00 Tho best llio green coffee 6 lbs $1 00 To every person in Wnoo it will pay you to call on J. II. Shope and look through his large and nico stook of grooorios before buying. Ilemembor his number, 205, South Third streot. RAILWAY UOUNDUrS. WACO AND NORTHWESTERN DIVIS ION OF THE CENTRAL. Decree I'orecloslnKlortffiiKO forNon-pay input nf Interest Decrease In learnings of the Texas hikI I'nclllc Outlook on Freight und Immigrant lluslncKg Good. Galvkston, Tex.. March 17. In tho United States circuit and district courts cnino up for hearing tho cato of tho Fanners' Loan aud Trust company vs. tho Houston and Texas Central Railway company, a suit to forecloso tho Waco and Northwestern division. A final decree wns entered foreclosing the mortgage for tho non-payment of in torest. Tho decree finds tho amount duo up to March 15, 1892, to be the sum ot $018,9&J.75, and tho further amount ot $1,112,900 owing upon tho unmatured bonds. A sale of the property is ordered consisting of tho railway of tho Houston and Texas Central Railway company, beginning at a point on the main lino In the town of Bremoud, passing through Falls county and running to tho town ot Ross in McLennan county, a distance ot about fifty -eight miles, together with all sidetracks, rolling stock, etc., including tho franchise to build to Red river and then to tho northern boundary lino oi tho stato; also ubont 237,230 acres ot land donated by the state of Texas. C. Dart is appointed master commis sioner to make thovSale, request thereto being made by counsel for both partiee. Richmond Terminal Iteorganlzutlon. New York, March 17. Important meotings of tho Richmond Termi nnl and Richmond and Dan villo roads wero held and develop ments which hnvo been expected foi Bome time transpired. John H. Inman resigned tho position of president of tho Tonmnal and Danvillo communes, R. T. Wilson resigned as diiector of tho Term inal aud S. M. Inman resigned as di rector of the Richmond and Danville. Then Walter G. Oakman was elected president of tho Richmond Torminal and the Richmond and Danvillo and John II. Inman elected to succeed R. T. Wilson as director of tho Terminal, and H. C. Fahnestock, vice-president of the First National bank, wns olected di rector of tho Danville in place of S. M. Inman. Knjolned tho Uoad. Wichita, Kan.,&Iarcli 17. On peti tion of tho board of trado Judgo Rivei in the United States distnet court granted a temporary injunction against the banta Fe, Frisco and Missouri Pa cine railways, restraining them from charging higher freight rates on sugar, coffeo, beans and canned goods from Now Orleans to St. Louis. Wichita. Atchison, Arkansas City and Salina, than rates now in existence. The case is sot for hearing March 25. Texan anil Purine Annual Meeting. New York, March 17. At a meeting of tho directors of the Texas and Pacific tho nnnuaroport for 1891 wns reported and subsequently adopted. Net earnings $1,700,809 and gross earnings show n de crease of $0751. A largo increaso in crops harvested was reported, but owing to arbitrary tariffs promulgated by the railway commission freight rovonues de creased. Tho outlook for freight and immigrant -business in 1893 considered good. In the Abilene Country. Abilene, March 17. It bits been raining, sleeting and snowing hero for tho past twonty-four hours and it is now growing hourly worso. This spell will result in much good to tho crop of smnll grain, but will entirely destroy thoenrly fruit nnd vegetablo crops. This is the worst spell of the winter on cattlo nnd many thousand will perish in this bec tion alouo. To tho Lovors of Art In Photo graphy. Having moved to my now gallory over 701 and 703, Austin street, (tho old llinchmau Building), I am now better prepnrcd than over to give the people of Waoo tho finest Photos in tho stato. Tho beautiful "aristo" (so highly endorsed by tho leading gal. cries,) in all its beauty, at my studio. I will havo on exhibition for a few' days, an elegant oil portrait of Mrs, Goo. Clark, by Mons. Do QiBsao, whioh has been framed in a very handsome "Florontino" frame, making a portrait well worth a visit, to nil, and mors especially to tho tho ladies. I will bo glad to welcome my old, and many now oustomers. Don't for got my now address, over.701 and 703 Austin Avo. Respectfully, Deank, Photographor. FASHIONS. 0000000000000000000000009 All the fashion publications botk domestic and foreign: Bon Ton Toilettes, MyraB Journal Tho Delineator .Fashion Bazaar Revue do la Mode Album dos Modos L'Art tie la Modo La Modo do Paris Young Ladies journal Buttorlok's Metropolitan Fashions A. J. HERZ & BRO., Cigar, News Dealers & Stationers, 104 South Fourth Street. Spring Medicine. Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills on account of thoir mild aotion aro espo oially adapted for correcting spring disorders, suoh as impuro blood, tirod brain and aching and worn out body. They act promptly on tho Liver and Kidneys; drivo out all impurities from tho blood, and malaria from tho sys tem. Only ono Pill for a Doso. Try thorn this spring. Sold at 25 contsa box by W. B. Morrison & Co. Don't bo Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franco. American Food Oo's Frenoh Soups, S pound cans, 30 cents oaoh . Star Tobacco 40 cents por pound. Low prices on everything. Gall and soa Joe S. Thompson, The Grooer. Tnekor's "Almondlne." Proof against cold winds and hot sunshine for the complexion. It has already become quite popular with the ladies, as also with gontlomon to use after shaving when troubled with roughnoss and breaking out. Price 25 and 50 oents por bottle. Propared only by the Lion Drug Store, by W. L. Tucker. Following Suit. On and after Maroh 1, 1892, 1 will sell for cash. My terms will bo from 10 to 20 per cont cheaper on every thing except lard. Prompt delivery as heretofore. Try mo for oash, Respectfully, J. C. Stafford. Corner market G01 Franklin st. Hotel Royal Bar. Haydon & Hayden, proprietors. Neat .and quiot. Vory finest wines and liquors, Superb lunoh at 20. Old friends and oustomors as well now will meet a hearty welcome The Gabert Bros., fashionable tail ors, 116 South 4ih streot bavo tho fin est cutters, employ too most bkiuiui workmen and have the largest and finest stock of spring goods in tho oity whilo their prices aro very rea sonable. Gtvo them a call. AH tho now stvlcs suitings in oolor and fabrio nt (Jtbert Bros , fashiona ble tailors, 116 South 4th street. BUSINESS NOTICE. Tho News is not responsible for nor will itpay any bills unless authorized by a written or vorbal ordor from the mannger. 4 Buy Egan's Athraolte coal. Elegant Photo's. Having scoured tho servioos of Mr. W. M. Hall, of Chioago, as oporator and retoucher, will guarantco the pub Ho a finer olass of photographic work than has over been shown in Waoo. Havo recontly purohasod tho largest as well as the finost photograph lens in Texas. Call on tho old ro liable photographor and see samples. W. D. Jackson.