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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 18 i892
6 WACO FIIIE DEl'AKTMKNT. Indention of Flro Altirin IIoxoii. 4 Fifth Ward 1'iro StaUon strike im B Oornor 9ih mid Austin ' inn c h " " " mm ' 7 Central Fire HUtlon " w" 8 We t End Klre station " mmil 1111 l-ntl 1-11111 1-tilltl l-illtlll 11-11111 n-iuiii "17 ' S5 "a 4th nnil WelMtor 8th nnd Clevolsnd " Mh and Speight " fithnntl vn4lilnfftnn " 11-iiimi " 35 HoynI Ilotul 6th aid Kranktln " iimiih " 86 Woolen Kills 13th and Mary " in-llim 37 " 87 Corner it tu auu dcuoreon iu-uinu All boxe numbered above 8 strlko thust Box 13 strikes 1 and flops, thou strikes 111 maklnc Box 13, thon repeats fourtlmpa. Box 23 BtrlkeslI and stops, tliou strikes 11I making Box2S lUd so OU. OinicnoNS ron orviNO alami. Keys will bo found In rcsldoncos on csch cor ner where boxes arolocated. Open FIro Alarm Boxes and pnll Hook down and let go. Leave key In box. Tnrnalarmln only for Arcs. 10.00 lino for false alarms. How tapping of bells signify company Second Friday In each month each box Is tapped twice, testing boxes and circuit lino When alarm of drolsKlvei tho Flro Depart ment has the TlRht of way on all streets. AH vehicles must drive near tho sldowalkand keep away from tho flro. 5.0j Uno for running ovor bone. lleport of any careless driving going to or from fires by tho Flro Department will be thankfully received by tho Chief, as fast and carolers driving Is strictly forbidden. Try Egan's $5.50 Lump coal. Call at J. A. Early's and look at his cash advertisement. Egan has tho best cheap coal in o market at $5.50 per ton Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lohman's, No. 117 South Fourth streot. Fishing taokle of ovory dosoription with a full stock of huntora supplie H. E. A tBOLDS. Paul Jones rye whisky, $3 per gal lon good as any $4 whisky in the city, for said by J. A. Early. A J. Lcslio for first-class watoh cloak and jewelry ropairing. Same building with H. E. Anibold Austin Avcnuo. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup. This remedy is a euro ouro for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will stop a cough in one night, no matter how severe. It is just what its name implies; an onion syrup, compounded in such manner as to do away with the un pleasant taste and odor of tho vegita ble. When in need of a cure for a cough or cold, try it. Price 50 conts. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. A National Evant Tho holding of tho World's Fair in a oity scarcely fifty years old will be a remarkablo event, but whether it will really benefit this nation as much as tho discovery of the Restorative Nervino by Dr. Franklin Miles is doubtful. This is just what the Amer ican people need to ouro their sleep lossness, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, eto. It acts like a charm. Trial bottles and fine book on "Nervous and Heart Dia. cases," with unequaled testimonals, rreo at n. v. monor & uo s. l : warranted to contain no opiu phine or dangerous drugs. is Bought Cheap. One of tho largeBt purohascs made in Waoo for somo months was the purohaso on Tuesday of tho entire stook of wagons and agricultural ira plements of S. A. Owons fc Son, sold by the Unitod States marshal to tho highest bidder. Mr. W. E Duprco was tho purchaser for spot cash at a very low price. This big stock added to his own, makes tho biggest stook of agricultural implements in Central Texas at hiB great houses, 101 and 105 Bridgo street. His big stock em braces all tho popular brands of wagons, plows, cultivators, corn and cotton planters and everything else in tho agricultural implement line. His late purohaso givcB him a big lover in prices and Duprco's agricultural houbo is tho bost place to buy farmers' goods in the Btatc m Buy Egan's Indian Territory coal. CrO to "Kellum & Lawson for all kinds of real estate i Compotent help can find emnlmM ment at tho Woman's ExcnANaii No. 113 North Fourth streot. Ti v to Kellum & Lawson 113 S. Wff If 4th St. for farms & ranches. If you would bo well and elegantly dressed order your suits from Gabert Bros. New style goods, stylish trim mings and perfcot fits at Gabort Bros., fashiouable tailors, 11G South 4th street. 13 Corcer 14 n anil mmncion -'14 ' h and Mttlboroagh " '15 " sthand Oolumbas H " 8llmnd Jackson CULBERSON 18 OUT. WITHDRAWS FROM THE RACE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. I.cglslntitfi News OosM'tt's Hill lteiriilnt lug mill Limiting tin- Uwnornlilpof I.aiuli In tliu Mntu by 1'ilvntn Corpurutlom 1'asHi-Htu i-ccom! Iti-iidlng. Austin, March 18. Colonel Culberson is no longer hi tho race for United States bcnntor. His friomls held their Until caucus and tho result was tho Culborsou men foimally withdrew him from the contest. A telegram had been received from Colonel Culberson, himself, which was given to tho caucus. Tho telegram stated in effect that ho was convinced that tho situation in tho senatorial race had recently undorgono a change, that ho now had reason to boliovo n majority of tho legislature was opposed to his election and that inasmuch as ho had mndo tho nice to win on his merits if his friends viewed tho situation na ho did they wore authorized to withdraw him from tho contest. Tins thoy did with some reluctance, notwithstanding they had arrived at the conclusion that it would bo impossible for their favorite to win. It is given out by thoso gentlemen who participated in tho caucus that thoy do not withdraw their candidate in the interest of any other man; that they havo no senatorial goods to deliver tc anybody and that tho Culborsou men aro now, as far aa tho caucus is con cerned, absolutely free, uutrammeled aud unpledged. llullhO. Austin, March 18. A resolution was offered by Mr. Martin of Hood county limiting tho number of representatives to tho number now elected. Mr. Baker of Tom Groen A resolu tion for the appointment of a cleric tc wait on the senatorial apportionment committee. Mr. Swnyne of Tarrant A resolution to appoint a committco of ten to co-op-erato with a liko scnato committee in framing an apportionment bill. Mr. Perrit Fixing tho basis of repre sentation at 20,000. Mr. Gerald of McLennan A petition from tho Waco bar to establish an ap pellate court in that city. Gossett's hill regulating and limiting tho ownership of lands in tho state by private corporations, providing for the escheat of lands held contrary to law, was called up and passed to second read ing. Robinson's bill providing for the ex amination of teachers so as not to con flict with summer normals, was amended and passed to third reading. A message from tho senate was read informing tho house of tho passago oi house bill authorizing tho govornor tc receivo money due tho state by tin United States ref un ding direct Federal tax of 'CI. A senate concurrent resolution was passed respecting death of General W. P. Lane. Senate bill appropriating $1000 con tingent fund was read. Passed to the third reading. Mr. Rogers of Caldwell A bill ar ranging credits on county sale of lands. Senate. Austin, March 18. Page's text-book bill was called up. Pago announced that ho would so amend tho bill as tc exempt cities and towns. Consideration was postponed. A petition of citizens of Tom Green asking a place in tho western district, and recommending San Antonio oi Austin as the location of ono of the ap pellate courts. Mr. Clemens offered u bill regulating elections. Mr. Kirby offered a bill limiting ownership of lands by corporations. A nuralir ioirTraiity Cent. Chattanoooa, Tenn., March 18. The story of a murdor for tho commis sion of which two slayors obtained hut 20 cents, is made public through the deathbed confession of Bud Collins in Hancock county. His story was that ho and Sterling Collins were tho criminals, and ho gave particulars as to tho spot where the crime was committed. Sterling Collins was killed a couplo of years ago by a stroko of lightning while ho nnd his mistress woro seeking sholtor under a treo from a storm. Tho treo was on the hill where ho and his brothor had mur dored their unknown victim. A doctoi disappeared mysteriously a few years ago and is thought to havo been tho vic tim. Negro Iimnlgiullnii. Caddo, I. T., March 18. Ovor a hun dred negroes camped hero on their way to Oklahoma to locate. Thoy report that 1C00 moro aro close behind. They nrc from the neighborhood of Texarkaua, whoro tho nogro was burned at tho stako for an assault uiwn a white lady. Thoy say not ono nogro -will remain there. They will ranko their way to tho territory during tho noxttwelvo months. TuiipttrabO Time. Beavi:uDam, Wis., March 18.-Az- raoi rovor uiou horo, aged 57. He wa mo most notou dropsical pat ent in tlii country. Ho had been taimnd mo h,... and 4800 pounds of water drawn from f MYSTERIOUS MURDER. Wntlt lloycr Ili-lil Sumo Unsavory Knelt Coming to Light. Knoxviixk, Tenn'., March 18. Cooko county, Tenn., is intensoly excited by tho heinous Boyor murder. Washing ton Boyer, who is charged with tho murdor of his fathor, David Boyer, is in jail at Newport. Ho stoutly protests his innocence. Tho eoronor's vordict charges him with being the murderer. Great crowds havo visited Newport to catch a glimpse of the prisonor and to talk about tho case. Tho signatures of u man named Holt and of his sou appear as witnesses to tho forged deed which Washington Boyer tried to havo re corded. This deed purported to convoy to him all the property of his fathor, and to have been made by him. Tho Boyer family is one of the best known and most popular in tho county. Tho pris oner is county superintendent of educa tion and a man of unusual intelligence and eduvation. His uncle was sheriff nnd circuit court clerk consecutively, and has for some time been cashier of tho Bank of Newport. This man paid $500 reward for tho arrest of his own nephew. Josio Moore, the woman at tho bot tom of tho trouble, is a handsome and bnxoui blonde. Sho has been living on the Boyer farm, and, it is alleged, re ceived tho constant and dovoted atten tion of Boyor, Sr. This aroused tho an ger of Mrs. Boyer, nnd it is nllegod that sho knows something of tho murder. Last fall tho house of tho Moore woman was blown up with dynamite ono night when Boyer was in it. The lovers es caped unhurt. Snrith Altlu-ii'H tVcaltli. RF? Fiusno, Cal., March 18. Papers havo been discovered in tho safe in Sarah Althea Terry's house which are said to establish tho claim of ox-Judge Torry's friends that his shooting at Lathrop was tho climax of a conspiracy to murder. Agents of Porter Asho went to tho Terry mansion and searched tho house thoroughly. Thoy found under carpets and in private drawers several thousand dollars in coin nnd paper money, and diamonds and jewelry worth $3000. The safe in Judge Terry's room they had to blow open, and in this, it is said, tho compromising papers which Terry re fused to make public during his life were discovered. It is declared that theso papers show the existence of a plot to get rid of Terry. Election Proclamation.. By virtue of tho authority vested in me by law, I hereby order an election to be held in the oity of Waco on the first Tuesday in April, tho 5th day thereof 18o2 for the olcctfSn of a mayor and also ono alderman to repre sent oaoh ward in tho oity of Waco. Election to be held at the followiug places: First ward at the city hall, presiding officer, J H Torbott. Seoond ward at West End Fire sta tion, presiding officer, J as. N. Harris. Third ward at Store Eagan blook on Eighth street between Mary and Franklin streets, presiding offioer, Charles Motz. Fourth ward, at Central Fire station, presiding officer, M. M . Boggess. Fifth ward at East Waco Firo sta tion, presiding officer, W. D. Wallace. (Attested) C. O. MoOum.ooh, Joney Jones Mayor. City Sooretary, Happy Hoosiors. Wm. Timmone, Postmaster of Idavillo, Ind., writes: "Eleotrio Bit ters has dono more for mo than all other medicinis combined, lor that bad feeling arising from Kidney and Livor trouble " John Leslio, farmer and stockman, of same placo, says: 'Find Electrio Bitters to bo tho best Kidney and Liver medioine, made mo feol like a new man." J. W. Gard ner, hardware merohant, samo town, says: Eleotrio Bitters is just tho thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whothor ho lives or dios; ho found new 6trongth, good appetite and felt just liko ho bad a new lease on lifo. Only 50c. a bottle, at W. B. Morrison & Co.'sDrug Stcro. Cc to Kellum & Lawson for lota in Farwcll Heights. Strange as it may seem, tho ques tion is often asked; "Do you furnish meals for mon also, at tho Woman's McehangeY' Consignments of all kinds of eatables, needle work, and orders for plain sewing solioitod from women alono. Tho JZrchange furnishes a market for all such from women who wish to help thomsolvesj but the eat ing department of the Xkchange is open to mon and women both, as it is only tho method to defray espouses. All gentlemon who wish to boo a worthy institution succeed, call and get a nico moal. m J to Kellum & Lawson for lots VJiVj in Providont addition. Bollards Snow Kwiment. This Liniment is different in com position from any other Liniment on tho market. It is a soientifio discov ery, which results in its being tho most ponetraiiiig Liniment vor known. There aro numerous white imitations, which maybe reoommond ed bocauso thoy pay tho soller a greater profit. Boware of thoso and domand Ballard's Snow Liniment. It positively ouros Rheumatism, Neural gia, CutB, Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, Soiatio, and Inflammatory Ilhoumn tism, Bump, Soalds, Sore Feet, Con tracted MuboIc, Stiff Joints, Old Sores, Pain in back, Burb Wire Cuts, Soro Chest or Throat and is espooially boncfioiil in Paralysis. Sold by 11. C. Bisher & Co. Pure and wh.to lara at 9 cents per pound in ton gallon oanB at Cuiv pen's, ooruor Fifth and Franklin. Tho meals fusnished daily nt tho Woman'b Exchange cannot bo ox colled. Everything the market at' ords. Oysters in any style. Sleeper, Clifton & Co. havo added a ropairing department in oonneotion with their shoe store. All repairing of boots and shoes neatly dono. Charges reasonablo. Leave your shoes to bo halfsolcd at Slecpor, Clif ton & Co's,, corner of Fourth and Austin streets. A Sure Curo for Piles . Itching Piles are known by mois ture liko perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing, yiold at onco to Dr. Bosanko'a Pilo Remedy, whioh aots direotly on paits effooted, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a pcrmanont cure. 50 ots. Druggists or mail Ciroulars freo. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa. tSold byW. B. Morrison & Co. The biggest stock of pianos, organs and small musical goods in Contral Texas at J. B. Payno's,and tho priocs at whioh they aro being sold is simply astonishing. Now is tho ohanoo of a lifctimo to got a fine piano dirt cheap. m Baohlbxx'a Arnlaa Balve. Tho best salve In tho world for outs, braiHos, sores, uloers, salt rheum, fe ver Boros, tetter, ohapped hands, chll bl&lns, oorns anl all skin eruptions, and positively jurea piles, or no pay required. It hi guaranteed to give satisfaction or noney rofundod. Price 25 cents a box. For sale by W. B Morrison & To. YOUTH. Why in it so many rrow old too prematurely V Said an old man " If there is anything that will make an old man (eel young it i ir. John Bull's S.irsaparilla."' Yes, there is a ileal of bu.iyancV In a bottle of thil excellent remedy, mid if it was more gen erally used there would be fewer folks growing prematurely old. The healing and strengthening herbs that enter into its composition make it one of the finest re juvenating medicines that ran be com pounded. Said a young wife, when asked how she managed to live so happily with DO YOU her husband, who was quite an old man, "I keep him youthful by giving him Bull's Sarsaparilla." It is a good tiling when a feeling of old age or decrepitude creeps into the system to rout it at once with Bull's Sarsaparilla. It uuikcs the old feel young, and the young feel buoyant. An active old lady said sho " couldn't keep up long when her bottle of Bull's Sarsa parilla got empty.'' It's o good thing for old people. Everyone, young or old, should counteract the evil effects of nerv ousness, weakness, and debility by a use of Bull's Sarsaparilla. 1 1 keeps the system in fine condition. You will sleep better, BECm TO you will eat better, your food will dlgeit better, you will feel better every way If you occasionally use this great tonic and alterative. Ephralm Unmet, Hmltlilnnd, Ky., writes: "I am on old man, clghty-threo years of age, yet 1 can walk five miles to town and back, and led none the woi.e. for It. Kvery spring 1 take a doien or llfteen bottle of llull'd Harsaparlllo. It puts my system In lino condition, and I feel eood and iiclle the whole year through. It bus worked some great cures In my neighborhood. A Mr. lionsall'H wife lay bed-ridden for three years. Doctors did her no good. I jot her husband to try Hull's Barsuparllla. Now FEEL OLD? she Is well nnd does her own housework. A negro living on our placo had a bad cose of scrofula. Hull's Sarsaparilla cured him." sxo-If you think your child has worms, don't risk any chance, but give It Dr. John Bull's Worm Destroyers. They ore nice candles, and never fall. Price, '25 Cents. ar"AH through the summer and fall I was troubled with chills and fever. I nnally got one bottle of (Smith's Tonto Byrup, and It cured me at once" O. H. Wells, MldvlUe, On. Johk D. Park & Soss, Wholetalt Jgentt, 175, 177 and 170 Sycamore HL, Cincinnati, O. 10 Cheap Buggies, phae tons and oarria crcs. bnucht nt. the reoen it ffs sale dirt ehoap, I will sell them tho samo. Big ohanoo. Tom PADQiTr. Did You Ever stopto tlu'no that right here is situ. tod the i neer cigar factory, Wnore thoy produce oigais far superior to any that aro mado in tho older stattsr let a Man Only call for tho "Noxnll" Hand made Havana filled, 5 cent cigar, or the "Littlo Daisy" 20 oent cigar and if he wints bomething very fine lot him call for tho "Unnssumor" Loudrcs Grauda 2 for 25 cents and if his dealer does not koop thorn ho can go to tho pio neer cigar faotory, 02o Austin Avcnuo whoro these goods aro sold at wholo ealo and rotail, and to try any of thoir brands will muko a man Feel Good all Over. Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes and Dr.T. R. Forroll have fitted up ft suito of rooms in tho new Provident building seoond floor, where thoy may bo found in futuro. Telephone at offioo and residonocs. Slates at Old Corner Drue Storo b Rumoval. The Waoo Water & Light Company havo removed from their old quartors on Fourth street to now and elegant offices in the Providont Building. Thoy occupy room No. 11, 1st floor faolng Franklin streot one of tho fin est and most acoessiblo rooms in the building. Mrs. Kate Lawson is at present the superintendent of tho consignors de partment of tho Woman's 'Exoiukoe and Mrs. Jas. Davis has charge of the eating dopartment. Lunoh or full meals as ordered, from 10 to 35 conts. A Sollloquay. Sourgrass Hollo Lanky, old boy, don't you know me ? Latky By gum, you aro a Btrancer to mo. Sourerrass Don't von know Jim Sourgrass f Lanky Why you I But by gum, whero did you oateh that fat? Sourgrass Oh ! I've been up to old man Blackwell's whero I can get something to eat. Try him, Lank. Tra La-La In a few days a now book and pe riodical storo will will bo opened up at 401 Franklin street, whero lovers of Literaturo, Musio and Art will find all tho peri odicals foreign and domestio, latest novels, Bheot musio and all tho Tra-La-La's of a popular house. Keep your eyo on the placo and your mom ory on the number of O. T. Ridloy's new stand. Whon you want nico fresh meat mutton, bcof pork and purer lard at 10 conts per pound, go to Mellor & Delaney 125 South Third etroet. Vulia JLofSe Garden spot of tho great Panhandle. Rich loamy soil. Great wheat oountry. rari -m m tw- . JLIttia, JUOIS Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher county. Ono of the finost oountics iu tho groat Panhandle. Court houso, churohes, sohools, &o., &o. Tulia !Lot Swisher county is developing rapidly. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan dlo daily and the man with tho plow is daily going to Swisher county. Tulia Lots 6 A pretty town in tho prettiest oountry in tho world. Land level as a floor and produoing immonso crops of all cereals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia Ijots e Everlasting frcestono puro water in illimitable quantities at twcnty-livo to thirty feot. Tulia XofSe Are in a growing town, in a growing county. Property is advanoing daily and will continue to advanoo in a way to make the head swim. Buy now. Don't dolay a day. Lots oheap aa dirt at prioea now asked. For maps, plats and other particu lars apply to I. H. Cou. 411Franklin street. I Good oountry butter 20ots pound 1 at J. A. Earlv'fi. I BCIBsBSBflBSBSBBBBBBBB BBSBg.iSBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB m.iiMMMnBjSa'