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KHTAIILltillJU) JVJjX 10, 1SSS. Kntered tit the J'OKtotJtce tit Waco, T at, an Seromt Clitsi Stnttrr, VOL. 4. NO. 245. WACO. TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 25 1892 5H Cents ter Month Till': itiuni.-vt; cojiiiination. .ike Men's Fine Slioes.. We will sell this week Lilly, Brackett & Co's. Men's Fine Hand Sewed Shoes, all styles and Leathers, at only 4.50 a Pair Lilly, Brackett & Co's, styles and leathers, at only Men's Fine Low Quarter Shoes, all 3. 75 a Pair. 'J' lie I'rice of Colli Increased wUothoCnNt or I,lvlii. By AMOclnted Iroto The Sows. New York, April 25. The Herald devotes a page to-day to the Reading combination, and this is its own double leaded summary of the matter: "A combination has been in active ex istence for three wcoks in tho great Lehigh Valley coal region. It has thrown EiOuO men out of employment half the timo, In the flourishing oities in tho lower valloy it has de prived half of their employes from work. It forcos a scarcity of coal produots is a sure forerunner of tho coming advance in coal prices which will increase the cost of manufactur ing in all eastern states, prico of man ufactures for the whole oountry and tho cost of living for tho pcoplo of New York. The only cause for all this disturbance of business and mis fortune to tho people is an attempt made by an unprofitable) railroad to pay oxcessivo dividends for two other railroads which it has no right to possess." littiiil. Jus & TRUNK DEPARTMENT, SECOND FLOOR. This week special sale of Fine Trunks. Common Sense Trunks, all sizes, Saratoga Trunks all sizes and styles, regular prices from 315.00 to $18.00, at only IO.OO Each. IIAVTIAN IlUVOlr. Special for This Week. 5T Ti T THE"" Ohildrens Hose Hennsdorf Fast Black Double Knee -A-ll Sizes 5 1-2 to Two Styles of ril IXI and IX7. These goods are special good value and every mother should take advantage of this offer to lay in a supply of Hose for the little ones. ftlrtill m & I 'ii mi J 500, 502 and 504 Austin Street, llil. This is a rare chance to procure a fine We are overstocked, hence the reduction. trunk at a low price An L'priNlSff .lloiiioiitarely Expected Trouble Itrewini:. Uy Associated Press to The Sows. New York, April 25. Officors of steamship arriving horo within tho past few days from Hayti say: "King ston Jamaioadiapatche roport rumors impending revolution aro again rife in black republic. President Hippolyte is said to bo fully aware of the threat ening state of affairs and is firmly de termined to meet and stamp out tho first sparks of rebellion. Ifor a long time there has been talk of uprising among tno liaytian leaders wnom Hippolyto has exiled. T'is said now on best of authority tbat it will shortly oome out. Tho Haytian government is maintaining close watch and its soldiers aro ready for any emergenoy. In Port au Brings 4,000 troops are stationed. The Haytian exiles horo mako no secret of their belief that the uprising is noar at hand. iikokeijitiii: ;.YMi;. CANG ER-BROS. BASE BALL. I'LUTTIMi AT WASHINGTON'S. Waco Defeated by a Score of Five to Thirteen. A large crowd was in attendance to witness the match gamo of base hall played yesterday aftornoon at Vadgitt's Park, and as predicted, an eajoyablo time was had. Tho Fort Worth nine, composed of itout men, several of whom are professionals, ar rived on the noon train and were mot at the dopot by a committee of tho Waco hoys and shown around the city. The rain of Satuiday night had rendered the ground almost unfit for use; more to tho disadvantage of our Waco boys than to the stalwart, well UMveloned vihitors. but tho game was calfed promptly at 3 o'clook. With some exceptions tho Hono Mars played an excellent game, but it could be seen from the start that un der existing conditions they could not cope with the visaing team. The Fort Worth nine went to the bat first and soored two runs; in the second inning six; the sixth, threo, and one rnn in each of the two laBt innings, making a total sooie of thir teen. The Lone Stars failed to mako laoro than one score in any one inning and they wore mado by the following players: Spencer, McAllister, Rich ards, King and Lunsford, makiug 'a total score of five. NOTES. Richards had been sick for soveral days and was unfit for the ordeal, but did good work on the first baso, never allowing a ball to pass him. Charlie Shapher makes a good um pire. His rulings aro prompt, corroot ana impartial. Grider, though youog and of slight build, is a good pitcher. tlio Southern MnmbcrK Scared Over Alliance IHovonioiil, By Associated l'ress to The News. Washington, April 25. Southern members are a good deal stirred up over the ciroular of tho Alliance call ing a meeting of representatives of the Allianco at Birmingham, May 3rd. The fact that this oall is only issued to tho Alliance of tho Southern States is considered extremely significant. Interest is added by tho fact that tho silver people here aro trying to got the Allianco organization of each stato to send delegates to tho national silver conference to bo hold horo in J May. It is whiBperod that Senators Morgan, JJaniel, lellor, tsaunuers anu others have been conferring about the nomination of a ticket with freo coin age as tho singlo issue and placing Senator Teller (Colorado) and Presi dent Polk of tho Allianoo at its head. It iB argued that this would carry most of the Southern States and the silver states of tho West and if it did not carry before tho peoplo it would throw "theeleotion int the house, whoro they bolievo it would be successful. Tlic Mutch fiumo of Hake Hull Be tween women fiiut Men Players Didn't Come Oil. By the Associated Press tootle News: College Point, L. I , April 2?. A team of female baio ball players, known as Miss Lillio Arlington's Cin cinnati Reds, wero to havo played a game "frith a local male team hero yesterday, but owing to the position of tho women of tho village tho polioo interfered and prevented the exhibi iion, much to tho disgust of the play ors and a large crowd who had paid admission feeB to see it. W. E. DUPREE, Cider Ma mi lad urn' and Dealer in Agricultural Implements Wagons, Buggies, Carriages and Road Carts, Barbed and plain wire. Agent for the celebrated Whitman Hay Press, McCormick's Binders and Mowers, Deering Binders and Mowers, Osborne Binders and Mowers. Full supply extras kept on hand for all machines. Examine my stock and get prices and you will not buy elsewhere. Cor. Bridge and First Streets, Waco, Texas. d&w A MIXED SCICAl. Ben Garland desireB to inform his friends that he will bo pleased to see CLAKK CLUB MEETING. Special Call for Friday Night at tho Court House. Dr. Thomas Mooro chairman of tho Clark Demooratio olub authorizes The News to announce that a meeting of all tho members of the olub ih desired Friday night, April 2o, at 8$0 at tho district oourt room. Business of great importanoo will oomo before tho club and every member is earnestly re quested to bo present. A Negro and u White Man right With Kntvev. By Associated Press to The News- Florence, Ala., April 26. Noar SmithBonia yestorday evening a seri-. ous cutting and shooting affray occur red between a negro, 5lorris Barker and a white man named Tom O'Bryan. Tho troublo appears to havo been started by the negro punching O'Bry an with a stick. O'Bryan drew a knifo but beforo ho could uso it tho negro out him horribly about the faco and neok. O'Bryan then shot tho uogro. Both will die. in km;j to ii:atii. BROOKS & COWAN 1.5 SPECIAL $1-5 Greatest Shirt Sale Ever Known in Waco. Our Entire Stock of Puff Bosom Shirts, forty-two distinct styles, including $i .75, $2 and $2.50 goods, -A.X-1I-1 GrO -A.T $1.50 ZELCZH:- BROOKS & COWAN ujiiia The weather. Washington, April 25. East Tex as light showers east fair west, south easterly winds. WllKICi: IS ItlMiHAM . Wanted. Wanted, at once, young make mattress ticks. R. T, Dennis & Bro. lady to A Young luuly It 11 nil lie Stalkm him Ilor Clothing Ignited anil Im Ituritcil to Heath. By Associated Press to The News. Monticello, 111 , April 25. Miss Mary Feeney was burned to death at her home here last evening. She was in the field burning stalks when her clothing caught fire. She started on a run for the house and tho wind catching the flames fanned them until she fell burned to a crisp, dying in a short time in great agony. Featherweight Hatch. By Associated l'ress to The News. Boston, Mass., April 25. Johnny Murphy, the Boston featherweight, has aocepted an offer received by wiro from the Pacifio Club of San Fran oisco, yosterday to fight Billy Murphy, the Australian, for a good purso. lie Ik Cone und there U nn Clew Save Some I'rotcNteil CIm-cIin. lly tlio Associated l'ress to :riie Newe: West Chester, Pa., April 25. Dibtriot Attorney Edward D. Bing ham, of Chostcr oounty has disap peared and all efforts to find him have thus far proved in vain. County Do teotivo Jeffries and Philadelphia of ficers spent all last night trying to find him among his familiar haunts in that city but tho only traco of him since last Wednesday aro a lot of protested oheoks which are lying at tho Farmers' National bank at Westohestcr. PATRIOTIC TltACV. All or foreigners ,11 nut ISet out Civil Office or JNutitriiliVo. By AsecUtcd I'reis to The News. WASiUNdTON, D. 0., April 25. There is patriotism in tho secretary oi tho navv. That official has declared that none but American oitizons shall bo appointed to places in the civil forcos at the different navy yaids and foroicn born men who havo found places in governmental institutions within control of tho navy department must either beeomo naturalized or do claro their intention of filing their papers. Every member of the Waco Boat ing and FiBhing club is requested to meet at the board of trado rooms Tues day night at 8 o'clook. Itopular anual mooting. Business of great impor tance. Tom Padoitt, President. BADLY SCALDED. A Llttlo Child Is Severely Injured. This morning about 10 o'clook a littlo child of Philip Elaag was se verely scalded by tho overturning of a tub of hot water. Tho child is about 1(5 months old and was playing around whore its mother was washing. Mrs. Haag had just poured a quonty of hot water in a tub and had gone for some cold water when tho littlo one pullod tho tub over and received tho whole contents over itn body. This cvoning tho child is resting easy and has a fair show for recovery. Tho family livo on tho cornor of "Washington and. Fourth streets. Mayors's Court. Clint Simmons was fined $2.50 this morning in the mayor's court for loud and vociferous langtinge on the Hous ton and Toxas Central depot. Tho case was contested by Lud Williams, Esq., but to no avail. W. R. Ormam was fined $5 for dis turbing the peace. Zeke Williams was arraigned for disturbing the peace but this case was dismissed. Screens I Scroons I ! Scroens ! I I Oall at McKennon Brothers for prices on screens for your houso. En quire of your neighbor about our work. We will give you figures on any quality of screens. Branch Office Dallas Screen Co. Spanish Loaf. There aro many good five oont cigars on tho market but nono that will compuro with tho genuine "Spanish Loaf." Warrcntcd freo from drugs. For sale W. L. Tucker, J Lion drug store. icem at the now carriage nouse.