The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 204, Ed. 1, Monday, March 12, 1894 Page: 1 of 8
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WACO TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 12 1894.
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FNING HIS POLICY
aSures uncnangea dui
4cHMAY BE DISASTROUS
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the SpeaKor iviuuuaiiy n.
mltted Other rnauers.
Uod March 12. Parliament
ocd its session today entering
duties that are full ot tlic
iteit importance to the empire
nakiny what may prove to uc
ioinninii ot a complete re-or-
lation of parties. Large crowds
people gathered in the vioimty
lite foreign office to witness the
val of the celebrities who were
jttend the local meeting of the
jnls which had been convened
toon. Lord noseuerry uiu new
Hjier upon nis arrival was
;ly cheeied and a warm wel.
ie was also extenaeu to oiuer
amiiHheu Liberal leaaers.
The prime minister Lord Roso
to in addressing the party
Getting Ready for Action.
Rio do Janeiro March 12.- -Representatives
of foreign powers were
officially notified yesterday that
operations againBt the insurgents in
the bay of Rio do Janeiro would be
-esumod after the expiration of
forty-eight hours. As already
cabled to the Associated Press the
government licet is otl the entrance
of Rio de Janeiro bay a portion of
the rUet consisting of the Niithe-
roy Dostroyer and Aurora having
tafcon up a position at the entrance
between Fort St. John and Sugar
Loaf fort preparatory it is be-
lieved to bombarding Fort Ville-
gagnon. The remainder ot the
government fleet consisting of the
America Parnapyby and the tor
pedo boats purchased in Germany
are further outside tie entrance of
Washington March 1'2. The
annual distribution of seeds by the
agricultural department will be
completed at the end of this month.
The total packages of seeds sent out
from the time the annual distri
button was commenced late last
COKli NO CANDIDATE
lie Will Retire at tlic End of
Letter From the Senator IViiiulv He'.
cliiiiiii: to Stand for lle-clcctioii.
year until brought to a close will I change his mind. This
aggregate nine millions.
There has boon a great deal of
speculation as to whether lion.
Richard Coko would be a candidate
for reelection to the senate to
succeed himself and a report to the
etlect that he would not has been
soread broadcast over the ttate.
TiikNk& pnntH below the first
authentic announcement of the
senator's determination to retire.
It will bo noted that the letter is
more than two weeks old and the
reason of its being held to long is
that the gentleman to whom it was
addressed and other friends have
been trvinc to eel Senator Coke to
'I have recently boon over a
great deal of Texa and in a largo
number of towns" said Dr. C. S.
Phillips today "and I tell you
Waco U tho centor of attraction.
I heard Waco disoussod everywhere
and tho universal exnression was
that Waco is now tho best and bids
fair to be tho largest city in I oxas.
It made mo pioud of my town;
glad that I was a citi.an of Waco.
The Cotton Palace too is beiug
talked about a great deal anil re
ceives tho endorsement as it will
receive the support of the people
all over Texas. Waco is strictly
Said a well-know citizen to tho
I Whispertr: "1 am g'ad to see tho
I authorities taking tho proper courae
1 in tho management of tho soarlot
1 fever cases. Tho old idea that the
' existence of such diseases should
I Ins ketit hidden for tho nood of the
city has long ago given way for tho
more sonsiblo ono of making all the
facts known and lighting the
trouble in open daylight in a fair
of neat and
ever brought .
ided with considerable feeling to
retirement of Mr. Gladstono
inche sould ''greatly miss that
'Vimeand imtbuti figure which
imhtd and ennobled not merely
tmsvnv bench but the house
lelf." Continuing Lord Rose-
rrysaid: "A declaration of policy
not necessary as wo stand whore
did 'Cheers There needs to
no ehane of measures and al-
lough there has been a disastrous
ucgeof men they are all pledged
tne same policy. Cheers. J l no
leisures remain as they are tno
Iregraninie of tho Liberal party
ilit is not intended to recede from
iv of them. The honor of Kng-
ind and tho neaeo of Europe aro
ife in tho hands of the present
Regarding the Imh question
irdRoseberrvsa'.d: "Tho policy
I home rule will not be less
finitely pursued. If there be any
button the sut iect. one pledge
iMch the government has given in
is direction is tho continuance in
s present office of Right Honorable
'ohn Morlnv. imief secretary for
'eland (cheers). Mr. Morley has
!tn offnrnri ft hinlinr nitiee. but ho
lought it his dutv not to sever his
tweerfrom the cause of Inland"
Lord Rnsohnrru mnrln a pipnihcailt
talaration as to his iiosition on tho
9e of lords. "Tho conviction
A Well Known Railroader Dead
Bethlehem l'a March 12.
Win. II. Stevenson who constructed
tho Lehigh Valley railroad and its
New Jersey divisiotb and was for
mauy years superintendent of the
northern division of the Lohigh
Valley road died in Jacksonville
Flu. last eveniug.
Off For the Seaside.
London March 12 Mr. Glad
stone accompanied by Mrs. Glad-
to do. and the lotter is
Washington Feb. 25 101.
Hon. Waller S. Biker Chairman
Statu namnuratie Executive Com
mittee Waco Texas: Dear Sir
The numerous inquiries beiug made
as to whether I will be a candidate
for election again to the senate of
the United Slates and the near ap-
proach of tho time when the election
of my successor must ue eontiiieroa
by the people in conneutron with
I their choice of members of the next
(legislature suggest to me the
i . t !..-.... a wultltft nil.
8Uno left London for Brighton this L nSmiiiauon long
morniu'r. i uu ex uunu va- muu-
hslong been forcing
". mat with the
0 WP nnv nninv n second
Uamhcr constituted like tho house
lords is annomalv.' This con-
flition has been strengthened by
"6 anhappy chapter of accidents
'Mch has turnod the houBe of lords
""m being hereditary law givers
"ore or less equally divided into
tie great Tory organization en
llr'y at the beck ai.d call of 3
"cgle party Under."
ord Roaeberry in closing H3id:
"' am not ouo of those m ho think
lhtt the peerage should bo consid-
fti a Btigma and a bar but while
1 lemain premier you may be as-
!Jr!d that noLiberal in the ranks will
'ideavor more steadfastly to do his
ta McCarthyites assembled at 1
P a. in a room of the house of
wiomons and engaged in an animated
Hussion of Irish parliamentary
outers until after 3 o'clock. Ulti-
j3te'y Justin LlcCartliy was re.
eoted chairman of the Irish parlia-
ly cheered upon his departure for tho
Murdered by Poles.
Troy N. Y. March 12. Polish
iron workers attacked Lewis Prillo
aged twenty years last night and
crushed his head with a clinker. He
will die. Six of h's allegod 3ssail-
ants have been arrested.
Johnstown Pa. March 12
The Johnstown Steel works which
have been shut down since January
1 for repairs resumed operations
today giving employment to 2000
Lowell Mass. March 12. The
employees of the Merrimac mills at
Dracut struck this morning. Two
thousand people are directly
Pnffar's Resolution Tabled.
Washington March 12 The
senate by a vote of 3J to 20 laid
upon tho table Seuatcr Peffer's
resolution calling for an investiga-
tion of the statement that senators
h3d been interested pecuniarily in
HU'ar speculation pending action
upon the tariff bill.
Justice White Sworn In.
Washington March 12. Tho in.
troduction into office of the new
associate justice ex-Senator White
of Louisiana attracted a largo at-
tendance to tho supremo court room
this morning. The ceremony u. ....
ducting Justice White was very
If you are offered a bottle of Sal-
vation Oil without a wrapper or
mutilated or defaced don't buy it at
any price yon may be bute that lliere
is somothiug wrong it may be a
worthless or daugerous couuterfeit.
Insist unon cettinir a perfect unbro
ken genuine package in a yellow
wrapper. Bo on your guard!
LatbstNewa from the Llpshitz Store
Mr. J M Douglass has bought
out the Liptdiit. store and is pro-
n.arnd tn run the store on the same
plan as formerly. Mr. Douglass
has stocked it with new good
throughout and will sell at lowest
pricts Kvery ono can bo accom-
modated to suit his desires the
honest with groceries; the murder-
c and robbers will hi waited upon
it tlin ilnnr with a nllc and two
revolvers the chicken thiof'will not
bo slichted: ho will be served al the
-ince in serious contemplation to
retire from the public service at the
end of- the term I am now strving m
tho senate (March 105.) In ac
cordance with this determination 1
Kofi lnovn tlivnilirh VOtl. 38 thO
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executive head of the uemouratic coop by a neree waton uog.
party of Texas to s to all who! All this week Mrs. J. M. Doug-
may feel an intorest in the subject lasH will givo away free of charge
ihit I am nnt. and will under no fiOO preventatives tor scariet iever
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circumstanoes be a candiuato tor
election again to tho United States !
senate. While making this an-
nouncement I obey the impulse ot
a heart ovei (lowing with gratitude
to the noble people of Texas who
for more than a quarter of a century
have honored and trusted me and
who have never refused me anything
I have asked in tendering them my
sincere and unaffected aoknowledg
ment of their great kindness and
partiality. To' tho thousands of
friends who with unwavering
lidelity.have stood by and supported
me through the vicissitudes of a
long and not uneventful public life
tlrnujincr tho veil of cliantV OVOr
u vr ..... -. ---
honest mistakes and defending me i
nnairiMt harsh 3nd uniust criticism
words aro inadequate to express the
obligation I feel. I can only assure
them that they will always live in
my greatful remembrance.
Please make this public.
Very truly yours
She has nursed that
understands its nature.
The Cotton Markets.
No a- Orleans March 12 Glenny
& Co. say: Liverpool doted 2 04
to ;! 01 lower on fuluns unchanged
spot with sides of 10000 bales.
Nov Yoik opened I points lower
rliwlinnfl. find III 1 li 111.. W38 !)
points lower than Saturday's cIoho.
Nov Orleans opened 1 points
lower diclitud and at noon was 1
points lower than Saturday's closs
The (leL-line in Liverpool and heavy
receipts at ports and interior towns
cniihcJ a weakness here today. At
the decline however shorts buying
steadied prices and May ruled at
7.07 till estimated receipts at Now
Orleans for tomorrow of h000 bales
caused further weakness and May
sold at 7 01.
A hoalthv skin eliminates tho
microbes in tho city. Hot baths
produce healthy action of tho f-kin.
Bathe your families at the
Cor. 1th and Mary.
Now Is Your Chance.
Commencing March 1st 1804
and continuing sixty days. I will
make my best Cabinet Photos at
4.2.50 per do.en. Have recently
purchased now backgrounds and
accessories and am prepared to do
better work than ever.
107 i South Fifth Street
An Eminent Jurist Dead
London March 12 Sir James
Fit. James Stephen tho eminent
jurist and judge of the exchequer
division of tho high court of justice
is dead. Re was born in London
March 3 1829 and has written many
valuable legal orks including a
Dmest of Criminal Law" and ..
"History of Criminal Law in
I Boo Stark West for fire insurance.
The Tariff Bill.
Washington. Maroh 12. The
finance committee has the tariff bill
up for consideration today. Mr.
Aldrich cil'ered a resolution t-'iving
workingmon farmers and manufac-
turers live days in which to be
heard upon the bill but it wac
defeated by a strictly party vote.
Ten articles of the bill was passed j
Tragedy on a Train.
Indianapolis March 12. Passen-
gers on tho Big Four train which
arrived hero at 5 o'clock this morn-
in" from the west report a double
tragedy on tho train near Towanda
111. last night a passenger nameu
Ska3tes killed his wife attempted to
kill his daughter and then committed
Tho handhomoBt variety of white
canvas brown canvas Russia calf and
dongola ladies' low quarters arc shown
at Sleeper Ulilton jc uukc s
. To our lady friends: Is your
hair falling out? If it is go to
Dismuke and get a bottle of '1711."
He will guarantee to Htop it.
S. Hour only at Gribble
A Sound LWor Makes a Well Man.
Arc you Bilious Constipated or
troubled with Jaundioo Siok Head-
aoho Bad Tasto in Mouth Foul
Breath Coated Tongue Dyspepsia
Indigestion Hot Dry Skin Pain in
Back and botwoen tho Shoulders
Chills and Fever eto. If you havo
any of these symptoms your hiver is
out of order and your blood is slowly
being poisoned bccauBo your Liver
does not act properly herhine wm
oure any disorder of tho Livor Stom-
ach or Bowels. It has no equal as a
Liver Mcdicino. Prioo 75 oonts.
Free trial bottlo at H. 0. Kishor's
Drug Storo Waco and J. B. Cornish's
Drug Store East Waco Toms.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Transfers of real estate reported
by Waco Abstract and Inve-jtmont
Coinpauy room 17 Provident
Building Waco Texas March 12
S Marx by coiihtablo to Henry
Sauer et al ;tl acre- and lOI.'lft
acres Galindo three loaguo grant
and part J Morrow survey North
Third i-treot. 10. '
H M Minier ot al to R V M Hard
wick lots 12 l'i and M blotk 01
Farwell HoightB addition $1500.
T N McMulloo Jr et ux to Mrs
Clara L CJarrett 90x1 or. feet block
i of J S McLendon addition 1G50.
) II Hubbard et ux to John B
Nioho's 100 acres L E Ringer 18 (
acres Jacob Robertaon and 200 l
Birdsall surveys U2C1.
John B Nichols to J II Hubbard
aame property $uG:i0 15.
J S McLendon to T N McMullen
Jr lot 11 block ;i MoLondou ad-
Wui Osborne et ux to John M
Doekery 30x1 H5 feet Fifth street
Johnson addition $.1000.
K A Tread well l Homer Bev.loy
loMS block 8!) Crawford ?150
1 A Tadloek to II C Mills lot 1.
block :t9 Cravford 15.
HC Mills to Homer Howley lot
1 block 119 Crawford .!0
Homer Be wloy et ux to John B
NiohoN lots 1 and :i block t9
D R Boone ot ux to John M
Doekery lots 1 and 2 block 8 farm
lot 2a 15G0.
II J Smith to 11 C Cowan nine
aciea Donatio survey $475.
ol the door.
l'lione Lacy lor McMister Coal.
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