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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 21 1S92
6 WACO IIKE DM'AllTMENT. l.ocntlon ol Flro Alarm IIoxcs. Fifth Word Flro Station Btrlkes 6 Cornet Oih and Anttla 6 ' 4th " " ." 7 Centrnl Flro Station " 8 Wt End Fire station " " IS Corcorll'h and Washington ' "11 6th and Malboroagh " "15 " 8th and Columbus " "10 " 8th anilJftcfcRon " "17 " th and Wobster , ' j5 ' 8th and Cleveland "so " Mh and Speight " iot " ntimnd Washington " IIll inn linn mini iiiniii l-m i-itii win: i-iiiiii i-iiiim ll-lilll ii-iimi i i-miiit " ss Uoyal Hotel 5th and Kmnklln " in mil 36 Woolen linis lath and Mary " HI-IIiiII " 37 Corner lllth an Jcnerson urm All boxes numbered above 8 strike" thus: Bx 13 dtrlkra 1 on flops, theD strikes 111 makliiR Box 13, then repeats four times. Box M strikes II and stors. then strikes mil making Box 23 at d so on. DIHKCTION3 FOn 01V1NO ALAIIM. Keys will bo round In residences on each co rer where boxes are located. Open Flro Alarm Boxes and pull Uook down and lot go. Leavo Yum alsrmln only for fires. 10.00 fine for blow tapping of bells signify company second Friday lm each month each box Is tarred twice, testing boxes and circuit line When alarm ot lire Is given the Fire Depart ment has the right of way on all streets. All vehicles mnst drive near the sidewalk and keep away from the fire. 5.Jne for running over hope Keport of any careless driving going to or from flres by the Fire Department will bo thankfally received by the Chief, as fast and oarelees drlrlngls strlckly forbidden. Call at J. A. Early's and look at his cash advertisement. Egan has the best cheap coal in e market at $5.50 per ton Tho best restaurant m town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. Fishing taokle of ovory desoription with full stock of huntora supplie H. E. A HBOLDB. Paul Jones rye whisky, $3 por gal lon good as any $4 whisky in the city, for sale by J. A. Early. A J. Leslio for first-class watch clook and jowelry ropairmg. building with H. E. Ambold Avenue. Same Anstin A National Event Tho holding of tho World's Fair in a city scarcely fifty years old will bo a romarkable evont, but whether it will really benefit this nation as much as tho discovery of tho Restorative Nervino by Dr. Franklin Milos is doubtful. This is just what tho Amer ican peoplo need to ouro their sleep lessness, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, etc. It acts liko a oharm. Trial bottles and fine book on "Nervous and Heart Dis eases," with unequaled testimonals, free at H. 0. Richer & Co's. I is warranted to contain no opiu phine or dangerous drugs. Bought Cheap. Ono of tho largest purohascs made in Waco for some months was the purchase on Tuesday of the entire stock of wagons and agricultural im plements of S. A. Owons iSc Son, sold by. the United States marshal to tho highest bidder. Mr. W. E. Dupreo was the purchaser for spot cash at a very low prioo. ' This big stock added to his own, makes the biggest stook of agricultural implements in Gontral Texas at his great houses, 101 and 105 Bridgo street. His big stook em braces all tho popular brands of wagons, plows, cultivators, corn and cotton planters and ovorything elso in tho agricultural implement lino. His late purohase giveB him a big lever in prices andDuproe's agricultural houso is the best place to buy farmers' goods in the state. Dp. Gunn's Onion Syrup. This remedy is a Buro euro for all diseasos of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will atop a cough in ono night, no matter how sevoro. It is just what its namo implies; an onion syrup, compounded in Buoh manner as to do away with tho un. pleasant tasto and odor of tho verita ble. When in need of a euro for a cough or cold, try it. Price 50 conts. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. IN THE LEAD. Now Printing Process Recently Bought by "Tho News." The News, in improving its outfit, haB just purohased from Taylor & Campbell of Chioago. a now process .for printing in various colors with oneJ : tr,: in.!. . juijjiunaiuii. jluib jiruuuBs was invent ed by Mr. F. C. Taylor and is boing used by all tho loading newspapers and job printing establishments in tho United States. Never before in the history of printing has any ono been able to deviso a means of distributing different colored inks on rollers with out ruining them all together. This prooess for Waoo and four adjoining counties is now owned by The News PrrtLiBHiNa Company and is boing used in The Nbwb job office. Tho publio is invited to call and bco it. IS IT ALL A DREAM! A WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT'S SENSATIONAL STORY. , Two Di'tnocrutlc Vrrsldcntliil Ciimllilnti Tim I'nrtySIny Split on tlio True Coinage MMiiiri Another l'orcc lllll In tho Dim him! Shadowy Dlstniien. Nuw Youk, March 21. Tho Washing ton corresixnident of tho Hernia" sends his paiwr n story, in which ho raises tho question ns to whether thoro mny not bo two Democratic candidates this year. The writer thinks nml says it is not unlikely, owing to differences on tho silver anil tariff. Then tho dispatch runs on this way: "Tho gentlemen who favor this policy, whoso judgment will jrive intelligent direction to tho movo went, and whoso private wealth will furnis.li to n great extent tho sinews of war, are terribly in earnest regarding this matter. During tho interim be tween now and the meet'nc of tho na tional convention at ChitiigO tho propo sition will ho quietly discussed among them, and letters and circulars will bo sent out to tho sound money Democrats, particularly in New England and the middle and western states inviting their co-operntion with this movement in the event that, by the action of the Chicago convention, it -shall become necessary. So far very little has been said to indi cate tho intensity of feeling beneath the Surface. "Somo of tho Now York Democrats are particularly angry at what they call the pigheadedness of their southern and western colleagues. Tho feeling of re sentment among tho Tammany repre sentatives is very strong. I should not bo surprised'if a sensation occurred in the houso within a short time. I know of one representative who is fuming and fretting and he threatens that unless tho situation mends lib will jump into the riiig somo morning and score tho southern Democrats for their suicidal methods as evidenced by their action on the free silver and tariff questions. Such a speech would carry dismay tg tho party and bringdown upon tho heads of the offenders the curse of tho Democrats all over tho country. "This man is one of the leaders of the New York Democratic representa tives. My interview with him was al most dramatic I asked him a. simple question about tfcu political situation and was surprised at the amount of feel ing displayed in tho answer. "Right after the war," ho exclaimed "these southern men threw up their arms in despair and begged tho northern Democrats to come to their rescue. We came, lifted our southern brother from the despondency which naturally re sulted from his secession and wo put him in the house and in the United States senate. "Then tho southern Democrats elected a Democratic president. Ho listened to tho southern statesmen, and with all the zeal of a convert plunged us into a tariff fight. We could not re-elect him. Tho introduction of the force bill followed, and again tho southern Democrats be seeched us to save them. Again we did it. Three months ago we had ninety nine chances ont of a hundred of elect ing a Democratic president, not on tho tariff issue, but on the force bill issue, the hard inonoy issue and tho issue of economy in government appropriations. On this we could have fought and wou. "But no; the southern Democrats mnst insist that wo pass a sweeping tariff bill for a record. Why, wo got the record. They insist on wasting timo over a lot of tariff measures that they know never can become laws and are disgusting the people by a useless waste of time. "The houso is no longer a legislative body it is a mere debating club; and now our southern friends have tho free silver craze. Wo tell them, hut we speak in vain, that if a free silver bill is passed no Democrat can carry an east ern state; they will not believe it and they aro just ruining our chances of electing p, president this fall. Itissui cido for them and wo have that satisfac tion. Another force bill will surely be introduced and if the Republicans tri umph, tlus year it will become a law. Again will tho southern Democrats ap peal to the north, but the next time, by their repeated follies, wo will be power less and unwilling to aid them. I am almost ntraul to go into tho house, for I see the danger into which wo aro drift ing, and I fear lest indignation get the better of my prudence and that I will say these things in open session. I am a Democrat, but some ono must read the riot act to tho men who aro running tho prospects of tho party, unless we enter again into a wilderness into which wo will wander for many years. "Tho placing of two Democratic pres idential tickets in tho field this summer would undoubtedly result in throwing the election into tho houso. Tho Alli ance people expect to carry no fewer than eigth stntes. While this may bo an exaggeration, it is quite reasonable to expect they may carry half that number. The effect of this will be to complicate tho situation and make it still moro cer tain that no one of tho quartette of can didates will seenro a majority of tho electoral votes. Tho interesting ques tion then arises, what action the house will take. It opens tho door to a flood of interesting speculations. " TEXAS LEGISLATURE. House Austin, March SI. In tho houso a resolution was introduced by Mr. Mar tin of Hood instructing tho representa tives in congress to uso their iniluonco to pass tho freo colnago silver bill. Mr. Connoll moved a reforonco to tho committee on finance. Mr. Baker of Tom Green moved to de fer. After two hours' discussion tho original resolution was carried by a vote of 88 to 8. Mr. Rogan of Caldwell A resolution of respect to tho memory of Reynolds. Adopted. Mr. Darden A petition of tho citizons of Ennis asking exemption from tho text-hook bill. Mr. McCunningham A bill placing blacksmiths in tho mechanics' lion law. Mr. Oossctt A bill redisricting tho state in judicial districts and fixing the timo of holding court. Mr. Dawson A bill regulating elec tions and for secrecy of ballot. Mr. Moody A bill for tho adoption of text books in free schools. Mr. Dawson A bill apportioning the stnto into supremo judicial districts. This bill provides for tho location of courts in Dallns, Austin and Galveston. Mr. Robinson's bill, fixing tho rate of interest, was read a second timo and consideration postponed until today. Sen nt e. Austin. March 21. The usury bill was called up and ordered engrossed. Houso resolution instructing represen tatives in congress to work for the wis sage of tho silver bill. Searcy offered a substitute that tariff reform is para mount. The substitute was adopted. Mr. Garwood's bill fixing liability of receivers aud contractors in injury re sulting in death, passed. Hill's Silver Views. Washington, March 21. Hill's con tinued silence on the silver question is gradually bemjr accepted as an indica tion ho is opposed to tho freo coinngo of silver. People who favored Hill at first thought it meant that ho would accept tho Democratic platform whatever it may ho, but it is now asserted ho has finally determined ho must oppose freo coinage. A prominent silver advocate in the houso who has been a Hill man says he has been called on by represent atives of Hill and informed by authority that if the house passes 'tho free silver bill Hill cannot bo a candidate. Election Proclamation. By virtue of tho authority vested in me by law, I heroby order an elcotion to bo held in the city of Waco on tho first Tuosday in April, tho 5th day thereof 18q2 for tho election of a mayor and also one alderman to repre sent each ward in tho oity of Waco. Eleotion to be held at the following places: First ward at the city hall, presiding officer, J H Torbett. Second ward at West End Firo sta tion, presiding offioer, J as. N, Harris. Third ward at Storo Eagan blook on Eighth street between Mary and Franklin stroots, presiding officer, Charles Motz. Fourth ward, at Central Fire station, presiding officer, M. M . Boggess. Fifth ward at East Waco Firo sta tion, presiding offioor, W. D. Wallace. (Attestod) C. C. MoOuli.0011, Joney Joneb Mayor. City Soorotary, Happy Hooslers. Wm. Timmons, Postmastor of Idavillo, Ind., writes: "Eloctrio Bit tors has dono more for mo than all othor medicines combined, for that bad fooling arising from Kidney and Liver troublo . " John Leslie, farmer and Btookman, of same placo. says "Find Eloctrio Bitters to bo tho best Kidney and Liver medioine, made mo feel like a now man." J. W. Gard ner, bardwaro merchant, samo town, says: Electric Bittors is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't oaro whether ho lives or dies; ho found new strongih, good appetite and felt juBt liko ho had a now lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at W. B. Morrison & Co.'sDrug Stcro. CrO to Kellum & Lawson for lots in Farwell Heights. Strange as. it may seem, tho ques tion is often askel; "Do you furnish meals for men also, at tho Woman's McehaiifcV' Consignments of all kinds of eatables, needle work, and orders for plain sewing solioitod from women alono. Tho Exchange furnishes a market for all such from womon who wish to help themselves; but the eat ing, department of the Exchange is open to men and womon both, aa it is only the method to defray oxponses. All gontlemon who wiBh to soo a worthy institution succeed, call and get a nioo meal. Got0 Kellum & Lawson for lots in Provident addition. Bollards Snow K This Liniment is difforont in oom position from any othor Liniment on tho markot. It is a scientific disoov ory, which rosults in its being tho moat ponotrating Liniment fivor known. Thero aro numerous whito imitations, whioh may be reoommond od booauso thoy pay tho sollcr a groater profit. Bowaro of theso and domand Ballard's Snow Liniment. It positively euros Rheumatism, Neural gio, Cuts, Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, Soiatio, and Inflammatory Rheuma tism, Burns, Soalds, Sore Foot, Con trasted Musole, Stiff Joints, Old Sores, Fain in back, Barb Wire Cuts, Sore Chest or Throat and is especially boncfioixl in Paralysis. Sold by II. 0. RiBher & Co. Pure and whlto. lara at 0 cents posjpound in ton gallon cans at Ciur pen's, oorncr Fifth and Franklin. Tho meals fusnishod daily at tho Woman's Exchange cannot bo ox oolled. Everything the market at ords. Oysters in any style. Sleoper, Olifton & Co. havo added a repairing department in connection with their shoe store. All repairing of boots and shoos noatly dono. Charges reasonable Leave your shoes to be halfsoled at Sleeper, Clif ton & Co's,, corner of Fourth and Austin streets, A Sure Cure for Piles . Itohing Piles are known by mois turo liko perspiration, causing intonse itohing when warm. This form as well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud ing, yiold at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pilo Romedy, whioh aots dirootly on parts effected, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and effeots a pormanent cure. 50 ots. Druggists or mail Ciroulars freo. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. 'tSold by W. B. Morrison & Co. The biggest stock of pianos, organs and small musical goods in Contral Texas at J. B. Payne's.and tho prioo s at whioh they aro being sold is simply astonishing. Now is tho ohanoo of a lifotimo to got a line piano dirt cheap. m Baoklen'a Arnica Balvo. The best salve in tho world for outs, bruises,, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe ver sores, tetter, ohapped hands, chil blalns, corns ani all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It 1b guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents a box. Fcr sale by W. B Morrison To. YOUTH. Why is It so many grow old to prematurely ? Said an old man : " If there is anything that will make un old man feel young it ii Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla." Yes, there is a deal ofhuoyancy ill a bottle ol this excellent remedy, and 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 can 'he com pounded. Said a young wife, when asked now 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 thing when a feeling of old age or decrepitude creeps into the system to rout it at once with Bull's Sarsaparilla. It makes the old feel young, and the young feel buoyant. An active old lady said she " couldn't keep' up long when her bottle of Bull's Sarsa parilla got empty." It's a 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. It keeps the system in fine condition. You will sleep better, BECEftS TO you will cat better, your food will digest better, you will feel better every way ii you occasionally use this great tonic and Iterative. Ephralin Burnet, Smlthland, Ky., writes: "I am on old man, eighty-three years of age, yet I can walk rive miles to town and bock, and feel none tho worse for It. Every spring I take u dozen or lltteen bottles ot Bull's Sarsapurlllii. It puts my system la tine condition, nnd I feel cood and uglle the Whole year through. It has worked some Srtat cures In my neighborhood. A Mr. onsoll'M wife lay bed-ridden for three years. Doctors did her no good. I got her husband to try Hull's Sarsaparilla. Hoxr FEEL OLD? she is well and does her own housework. A negro living on our placo had a bad case of scrofula. Bull's Snrsnparlllu cured him." sarif you think your child has worms, don't rink any chance, but give It Or. John Ball's "Worm Uestroyers. They are nice candles, and never fall. Price, ' Cents. V"A11 through tho summer and fall I was troubled with chills and fever. 1 finally got one bottle of Hmlth's Tonlo Syrup, and it cured mo at once." O. II. Wells, Mldville, On. Johk D. Pare & Sons, Wholetalt Jgentt, 176, 177 and 179 Sycamore St, Cincinnati, a 10 Cheap Buggies, phae tons and carria ges, bought at the reoen it ffr stle dire oh?a p. I will sell them tho samo. Big ohanco. Tom Padqitt. Catch On To tho faot that Waco has a oigar faotory whioh makos cigars out of to bacco, and notoabbago leaves. If you want a fino smoko, Hmoko Wox AH Tho bcBt Fivo Cent Cigar in Waco or if you aro hightonod, smoko ' Little Daisv by all odds tho best Ton ContJCigar iu tvnuu, pure riavana. jt it you aro fastidious, smoko tho Una $Mi liter Loudres Grandos, 12A- oont cipar Theso cigars mado by tho Waco Fac tory, bail Austin street, beat all the oigars in tho markot. Drs. Wilkes & WilkoB and Dr. J. It. Forroll havo fitted up a suito of rooms in tho now Providont building, second floor, whore thoy may bo found in futuro. Tolephono at office and residenoos. Slates at Old Corner Drue Storo. i it i Removal. The Waoo Water & Light Company havo removed from their old quartors on Fourth street to now and ologant offices in the Provident Building. Thoy oooupy room No. 11, 1st floor facing Franklin street one ol tho fin est and most accessible roomB in the building. Mrs. Kate Lawson is at present the superintendent of tho consignors de partment of tho Woman's Exchange and Mrs. JaB. Davis has ohargo of tho eating dopartmont. Lunoh or full moals as ordered, from 10 to 35 conts. A Soliloquay. "Sourgms Hollo Lanky, old boy, don't you know me ? Lanky By gum, you aro a Btranger to mo. Sourgrass Don't you know Jim Sourgrass f Lanky Why you 1 But by gum, whore did you catch that fat ? Sourgrass Oh ! I've been up to old man Blaokwell's where I can get something to eat." Try him. Lank. IMI eim.i.. . I rO'LLfl now book ant p" IBM fc.il sUU ri0(jjnal Btoro wju will bo oponed up at 401 Franklin street, whero lovers of Literature, Musio and Art will find all tho peri odicals foreign and domostio, latest novels, sheot. musio and all tho Tra-La-La's of a popular house. Keop your oyo on the placo and your mem ory on the number of O. T. Eldloy'a new stand. When you want nico fresh meat mutton, bcof pork and puror lard at 10 conts per pound, go to Mellor & Delaney 125 South Third atroot. Tulia JLof & Garden spot of tho great Panhandle. Rich loamy soil. Groat wheat country. Tulia Ie,ot Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher county. Ono of the finest counties in tho groat Panhandle. Oourt house, chnrohes, sohools, &c, &o. Tulia X.ots Swisher county is developing rapidly. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan dlo daily and the man with tho plow is daily going to Swisher oounty. Tulia Lots A pretty town in tho prettiest oountry in tho world. Land level as a floor and produoing immenso oropB of all cereals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia ILois Everlasting freestono puro water in illimitablo quantities at twonty-fivo to thirty foot. Tulia Lots Aro in a growing town, in a growing oounty. Property is advancing daily and will continue to advanco in a way to mako the head swim, Buy now. Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now asked. For maps, plats and othor particu lars apply to I.H. Douldy, 411 Franklin street.