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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 8 1892.
W. A. HOWARD, M. D
Physician & Surgeon.
Office 121 1-2 South Fourth Street
iUeidcnce: loom 4o Pacifin Hotel.
W. II. WILKKB. M D
W. O. WILKES, MD
DRS WILKLS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
18, OHAMBEIIS BLOCK.
Mate at Old Corner Drag Store, Telepaone
at Onice and Iiosldenr-es
Dr. N.T. HARRIS
Office on Austin Street over
First National Bank.
207 SouUiFiftli Street.
Best coal in any quantity
delivered promptly. Prices
as )ow as the lowest.
RUCENRT R 0TT
2O7 South Fifth Street.
Joe Lohman is tho most popular res
taurant man in Texas. His plaoo
117 South Fourth streot.
Tho Woman's Exohango, 113 North
Fourth street, is the best plaoo in
Waco to got. a first-class meal.
Block of 20 lots in Waoo addition
to Rookport on Herring, Kelley,
Byans and Inge streets $400.
J. E. Andkrbon.
For the best and freshest beof,pork
mutton, veal, spircribs, fish and
oysters io 10 Crippen corner Fifth
Don't dolay, if you desire Rook
port property, it will bo too high soon.
20 lot blooks for $400.
J. E. Anderson.
Buckltn'a Arnloa Balvo.
The best salve in the world for oats
braises, sores, uloors, salt rheum, fe
ver soroe, tettor, oha-pped hands, cull
Mains, corns and all skin eruptions
and positively oures piles, or no pay
required. It la guaranteed to give
satisfaction or money refunded. Price
6 cents a box. For sale by "W. B
Morrison Sr Oo.
Sheriff Ford this morning handed
tho following to a News reporter.
The reward of $700, heretofore of
fered for tho arrest of Melton and
Dunlap, charged with tho murder of
Cbiok McLennan, is hereby with
drawn and the order for its payment
Shoriff of MoLonnan Lo.
1 can get you money on short time
on good names or collateral; long
time on real estate, at very reasonable
Tates. If you have somothing to sell
I can place it before those who want
Waco and MoLennan county property
and will bo pleased to Bee you at my
office 209 1-2 South Fourth street.
J. B. GlLMKR.
Notice or 8ale.
Notioo is hereby given that the St.
Lovis and Southwestern Railway com
pany, of Texas, will on, to wit, tho
11th day of January, A. D. 1892, at
at 2 o'clock p. in., at its freight depot,
situated on Mary streot, in tho city of
Waco, sell at publio auotion to tho
highest biddor, for cash, tho following
diecribod property, to wit : One oar
load of lime consigned to J. B. Baker,
Waco, Texss, and contained oar Is 0.
(i3.10, St. L. S. W., situated in tho
yards of said railway company. Said
proporty being sold as unclaimed per
ishable freight to pay storage charges,
aB provided by statutes of tho state of
St. Louis Southwestern Railway
Comany of Texas. By
J. R. Haydkn,
Tho Big Muddy lump is strictly
old-weather ooal. Tolephono Egan
HflRMADUKEH'IDOrade " fr
" hi. .. ' J- K Gentlemen and Boys.
MILITARY !aP"- Hygiene. Bait
miuiiwm Bstht, Gas, Bettrie Uirht.
A C A n F M Y 8t"m ni t. .ujrr., tnVSu.
AUAU-.IT1 ".., Mrixr bi'iti.'ius, a
A DISOBEDIENT SOW,
II n I'lfum-il Ills MotlielN Appcnl tu Take,
Ilia Timililit tu (lent lit Prayer.
Iln.Lsnouo, Tex.. .Tim. 8. Informntion
was receivel here to the effect thnt John
McCntchiii, n young nian residing in tho
neighborhood of Covington, had com
mitted suicide by cutting his throat with
From parties residing in that section it
is learned that young McCutchin had
been acting strangely for sumo time past
and on Tuesday morning he announced
to his mother that ho was going to Dallas
and set about packing his grip. It seems
that sho was not satisfied with this
statement, and knowing her son had n
razor in his pockot asked him to give it
to her. This ho declined to do and in
formed her tljat ho intended to kill him
self with it at the first opportunity.
His mother, after talking with her son
for awhile, said:
"My boy, take your troubles, if you
liavo any, to God in prayer. Come,
kneel down with me right bore and let
Tho unfortunate man, however, re
futed to do this, and seizing his hat
rushed out of tho houso into the public
road nnd after calling upon everybody to
watch threw' back his head and cut his
throat from ear to ear, dying almost in
stantly. Tho deceased wa a bcion of one of tho
oldest and most highly respectable fami
lies in this section, his father having
moved to this county at an early day and
bet tied near tho town of Peoria, six
miles southwest of Hillsbo'ro.
No theory is advanced for the strange
actions of the young man other than
mental unsoundness, as liis family ties
and surroundings woro of the pleas
antest. .Sup Strlki: 111 Stilt 11 Olio.
San Antonio, Jan. 8. Tho strike on
tho Sap stands in statu quo. No freight
trains woro started out, but a lot of ma
chinists were sent out to Yoakum to put
tho locomotives there in order for haul
Jacob Coy, one of Leo Hall's force, re
turned from Yoakum and reports all
quiet there, but says that the feeling
against tho guards is strong. It was ro
Iorted that Sheriff Brooding at Cuero
had concluded to withdraw his corps of
deputies, who were supplementing tho
forces of Captain Hall and that tho boy
cott of tho hitter's force from food and
other comforts still continues.
"When tho seven men accused of va
grancy and arrested by tho constables
here Wednesday were arraigned for trial
Thursday they pleaded they had been
employed by the Aransas Pass road to
lake the places of the strikers, but none
of tho Aransas officials apiwared to so
testify and tijo defendants will bo put to
work on tho county roads. All the
tramps who are arraigned on charges of
vagrancy in tho recorders court are
milking similar pleas but 'without avail
and they are working out their fines just
ns hard and with no disposition on the
part of the railway company to come
to their rescue.
Lost Prom Her ltelntlveii.
Ottumwa, Io., Jan.8. Sigoumoy, the
county seat of Keokuk county, is ex
cited concerning tho total disappearance
of Mrs. J. Unfile. She left some time
ago for Now York to visit relatives, nnd
her family not having beard from her
sent letters of inquiry as to her arrival.
Tho answers revealed the fact that sho
never reached her destination, and,
although her family have telegraphed to
all parts of tho east, they can find no
trace of tho missing woman. Tho theory
is that sho is probably one of the un
known victims in one of the recent rail
road wrecks in the east.
Her I'uco Lotion Kxplmlesl.
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 8. Miss Mary
Bird, an actress, 22 years old, playing at
tho Grand Opera Houso, was fatally
burned. Sho was about to retire for the
night when her clothes caught fire by
tho explosion of 11 bottle of fnce lotion
which sho held in her hand uncorked.
The frightened girl ran screaming down
stairs. There was no one astir in th
hotel, but her cries of paiii brought a
number of persons to her uss-iBtauco,
who extinguished tho flames and sum
moned medical assistance. She died
several hours aftorr.ard.
An Kyo on Court'i",.
St. Louis, Jan. 8. A party of eight
Creek Indians aro in the city on their
way to Washington "to watch the do
ings of congress," as Chief Porryman, who
is in charge of tho party, says: "We
spend $10,000 a year watching tho move
ments of congress. You know congress
is composed of men of all kinds of in
terests, and they may spring measures
that would bo harmful to our interest
and havo them passed before their pur
pose is fully understood if wo do not
keep an eye on them."
I'll till Ilullwuy Accident.
Fairmount, W. Va., Jan. 8. A terri
hie accident occurred here on the Balti
more and Ohio to the Chicago limited. A
truck under tho baggage car broke while
the train was going forty miles an houi
and the train, consisting of five coaches,
was derailed. Chas. Applcgato, express
messenger, of Nownrk, O,, and George
Halsam, baggagemaster, of Baltimore,
are dead. Engineer Gcorgo Schemm k
dying. Thirteen passeugor.s were more
or loss hurt.
Waco Evening lews
What Do You Want?
Do 70a want Agonur
Do yon want Pupils?
Do you want A Partner!
Do you want a BltuaUonl
Do yon want a Husband or WUa
Do ycu want Hoarders or Lodgers!
Do you want any "Help' male or female?
Do you want Servants, Clerks or Mechanics!
Do you want to ront a Uoom, Houso or Storot
'Do you want to iell your Qood-wlll and Fix
Do iCou want to Rent or Sell your House, Of
fice. Lot or Karm7
Do you want to Hay or Boll a Horse, Wagon, or
any kind ot Vehicle?
Dave you Lost or found anything!
Have you second-hand Goods ot any klrd that
yon wish to pell or exchange?
Personals or Mntrlnionlal Advertisements?
It to, Tuk News will publish an advortlae
ment In the "Want Column forONKOI'Nr PER
WOIID per day, or K1VK CKNTSI'KK WOUD tor
onowecK, seven days.
Tin News Is the on y paper that coos Into
nearly every reading household in Waco, and
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns.
Hundreds can be referred to who have, profitably
Advertised In Its "Want" column.
Waco Evening News
Advertising In this column obarged n thf
ratf of one rent per word for each Insertion.
Cosh mnst accompany the order, except whei e
ordered by a regular advertiser.
lAfAVfKD-Dnv Ho rders ot 80D Austin
street. References required. 1 adles or
WANTI'ID'-Employment in anv honor ible
llnnfntisn. bv n vonuirman who can fnr-
nn'sh best of references
A. 11. C.
17 3 t
WtNTIlll--Two orthrco ofllccs to e'ean
and attend, af c school hours, In af.ur
oon. Address Mary llolmej, City. 3t
TITAbTI!D A man and wifo. woman
iIS'l'i:i)--A man and wife,
TT cook, and man to work around the
plaee. Apply to News Olllce. 17 3 t.
. , .,trTi:i A position bb Dairyman, by an
W experienced rann. Adopcsa 1.. II.
Union Houso 10 8t
WAVI'lSli-A LADY TO CANVAS FOR
DelfaTte goods. Apply at 40O Austin
street. l-fttf Jlus Doss.
WANTJCII-To buy cme nice second hand
office fixtures. Address Jv e n ofllco.
WAN TED -To buy a second-hand book
case. Must be cheap. Apply at Newa
ANTED To buy a second hand flat top
Must bo cheap. Address Desk
WANTED To buy Second hand Furnlturo,
Moves, Carpets, Tools, Ever thing.
Waco Curiosity Shop.
WANTED Parties who want tolnvoatin
In the rich agricultural lands of Central
Texa, to send tbclr address to THK WACO
DAILY NEWS. Inlormation furnlBhed froe.
WABTBD-OttO thousand old suits to
clean at 303 North Fourth streot. A.
Friedman, successor to The Little Frenchman.
STUtl'ED OK STOLID From front
ofthe First National Hank, onn brown
Iloisebran ed C. on left jaw, with saddle
ana bridle. Return same to W. L n., at
1- list NatknalRank, and suitable reward wld
be pi. id. tf
UOK HENT--Part of my dwelling. 718,
TlllttnTl QtTnot Pull Kl.ln.AJnnl' Ai.otln
....-. u. .,... -wh.. H. u.vsu "Ua .UU..
IlIUtSONAL. Will tho gertleman who un
lntetllonally carried a white handled silk
umbrella out ol the telegraph oflico or tho
Cotton Belt ticket oflli 0, about a weok ago,
pleatn return it to The Nkws olllce. !'. 81 tf
A LIVE Florist can hear ot a good opening,
Appl) at this oflloe, or Lllgtu and Clay
I IMF- At Gaunt Bros
Fifteenth and .lack-
ri- Ul urlnrl 1 liim
- streets Rok l.tm
and" Loulsvlllo Cement,
12 1U lino
FOU SA l,i:--0!d papers at 20 cents per hun
dred at Tub is zws oflico.
FOItm:VX -Furniture, Stoves, Sowing
Machines, Everything. . Waco i urlosity
bhop, C17anc 619 Aurtln street.
FOIt KENT-7 loom housern Dutonstrect
nfarMnth. Only 415 a month. M. C.
Kingsbury Co., 617 and fli9 Austin street.
Ftm nam: At costi At Cogtt At rosti
Jewelry. Clockn. Silver Plated Knives
Forks, Spnons, Napkin Rinvs, I'oikot and
Table Cultcry, Pterlecojx s, Ink Stands, Pic
ture Frames ard NotioiiB. This Is tho Hi st
nine weevcrauveruteu to sell at cost but we
desire to bandlo only New Furniture and
Second band gooes of all kinds. Waco Curios
rnKI'KI'IIONK-Gauntllros. for Post Oak
JL. or Ash cord wood, stovo wcod or flro
place wood cut any length 121ol mo
LOST A Daper back sales-bonk, between
Sixth, and 701, North Ninth st cet. Kinder
will b i awarded by leaving amo at St Louts
Hhoe Store, corner Sixth and Ausiln street,
There is no man so poor bnt that
ho can buy a lot in the Kirkpatrick
addition at tho low price of lots and
easy torms of payment. Don't delay.
Thoso lots will be worth five times
the selling prioo soon.
"Wo give employment to more people
and havo more teams engaged in de
livering our "justly celebrated Big
Muddy lump" coal than any othor
dealer in the city. "Telephone Egan
MY STORE, Fine Kraut at 4 cents
por pound at My Store b'25 Austiu.
Big Muddyl Big Muddy! Big Muddy!
EQAN! KGANI EGAN!
Joe Lohman's for
ioo cream and
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joe
The largest return ior amount
vostcd is in Rookport lots.
J. E. Anderson.
If you want to buy a lot on such,
terms as you can easily meet see Mrs
Kirkpatrick Eigth and Olay stroet.
If you have work mules to trade for
lots see Mrs. Kirkpatrick Eighth and
The propor thing is to buy Rook
port lots, if you don't somebody else
will. J. E. Anderson.
You can buy a homo in tho Kirk
patriok addition by a little economy,
and on terms to suit.
What has beon needed in Waco for
years is cheap building lots, and now
Waoo Iihb got it. Seo ad of lots in
Don't make tho mistako of delaying
until Rookport $400 blocks are worth
more than Volasoo proporty.
J. E. Anderson.
Tho Woman's Exohango is man
aged by a lady ot oxpenonoo and ono
who cannot bo oxcellcd in getting up
a tempting bill of faro.
You can buy a good shoo from a
good houso. Wo kcop the olass of
shoe that you want.
Sleeper Clifton & Co
Fortunes woro made at Volasoo,
why not on Baker streot, Rookport.
J. E Anderson,
Everybody goea to Joo Lehman's
when they want a good moal, or he
If you want to buy somo lots in the
new pretty addition to Waoo and havo
Milk cows to trade see Mrs. Kirkpat
rick Eighth and Clay Btrcet.
Delaney & Mcllor,at No. 125 South
Third, haB lard which ho guarantee
fresh and pure, at 12 ccl:s por pound
also, fresh meats, muttou, pork, beef
they can bs
made strong 1
Everyone shoulil know thnt tho entire
human atructino is constantly being torn
down nnd rebuilt, the same as In the
Tecetablo world the trees clictl their leavel
and again put forth new shoots. Now,
when the blood broomes too wenk to carry
to the kidneys anil liver this dead tissu
that should be removed, thp whole system
becomes enervuted and a diitressed feeling
of weakness and unnatural fatigue follow.
One feels half dead, to to speak, and liter
ally u half dead, the old tissue clinging in
particles throughout the system, prevent
ing the forming of new tissue and tht
awakening ot new lifo. At such times a
medicine that will enliven the blnod, re
move its sluggishnt'is, till it with red cor
puscles, and strengthen it, is necessary.
There is only one inch medicine and that
ia Dr. John Hull') SarsikpnrillH. Its action
on the blood is like the uilect of cream on
coffee, tf makeailyood, Do you want to feel
the exuberance of perfect health? Do you
want to feel strong and full of life in everr
part? Do you want to lnrrcu.se your self
control and bu a pirtct man or perfect
woman, ftee from the unnatural tenden
cies of wasting nnd debilitating diseases?
Then use. Dr. Bull's fursaparilla. It will
maka you feel new and full of strength.
T. D. IturroWH, CovIiikIoii, Ky., writes
I would now be In my I'.ruve hud I not
used Dr. Hull's Karfcnnurllla. I was
listless, uud ao weak that 1 spout more
half inv time lying In bed. My memoir
was baa. I could not concentrate my mind
on business or anything. My ulKhU ver
restless, and my dreams unnnturally vivid.
I lost flesh, and heeni ed to be wattl ng away.
I ffrew despondent, and connUntly fearful
that something evil was troliix to happen.
Tho smallest out would run into u sore, and
my blood was thin and cold. I heard null's
Marsaparlllu waa st good strengthening med
icine, and so fuvo It a trial. It has mad
hfe seem different to me, and filled mi with
activity, hop and determination, while my
neaun is an i eouiu ut-Mrc.
I.uoy Jirdel, Lawrenceburr, IntL.
"1 was weak and nervous, wslvbsq
hty-slx pounds, took twenty-Hire
only eighty-six pou
bottles of Dr. Hull's
jw weigh 117 pounds.
strong and fat I now
vIf you love your child, look after Its
treuare uv occasional!? u
occasionally giving It Dr. Joha
rm Destroyers. They never da
Bull's Worm Destroyers.
harm nnd will keep it well.
HP Smith's TonloByrup cures ohllls b4
fever after quinine baa failed. It Is pleas
ant to take, and nuver falls to curt.
yourself n wniiiK w
other chill medicine.
yourself a wrong to use qulnlua or any
Join; D. Park & Sons, 1Vhole$aU Agenit,
ITS, 177 and 179 Hycainore 8t, Cincinnati, O,
Garden spot of tho great Panhandle
Rich loamy soil. Great wheat country.
Tills st Lots.
Tulia is tho county scat of Swisher
county. Odo of tho finest countios
in tho great Panhandle. Court houso,
churohos, schools, m., 10,
Swisher county ia dovoloping rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Pan It au
dio daily and the man with tho plow
ia daily going? to Swisher oounty.
A pretty town in the prettiest country
in tho world. Laud level aB a floor
and producing immense crops of all
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Everlasting freestone pure water in
illimitable quantities at twenty-iivo to
Aro in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continue to advanoo in a way
to niako tho hoad swim. Buy now.
Don't delay n day. Lots cheap as
dirt at prices now askod.
For maps, plats and other particu
lars apply to
I. H. Couldy,
111 Franklin street.
Doop water is assured at Aransas
Pass. Nearly a hundred thousand
dollars in cash and ono million in
lauds subscribed. The great boom
has Bot in.
Aro good for ten times thoir pres
ent valuo in a short timo. Property
is enhancing in valuo day by day.
Arc tho host investment in tho
south. Fortunes will bo realized by
lucky investors, because Rookport is
tho coming seaport.
Rockport lots Ho high and dry on
rich soil, sub-irrigatod, porfectly
healthy, in tho midst of a groat com
Are choap at ton times thoir present
price. They aro valuablo property
now and as soon as doop water is se
cured they will bo worth fabulouH
In tho Waoo addition to Rockport
aro offered for a song. There is mil
lions in them. Do not wait a day but
drop in and buy. It ib the ohance of
J E ANDERSON
A Sound Llvor Hakes a Well Man.
Are you BUIouu, Constlpatodund
troublod with Jaundice SickBend
aobo, Bad Tasto in Mouth, Flln
Broath, Coated Tonguo, Dynpepsla
Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Palu In
Buck and boiweon tho Bhouldors,
Chills and Foyor, &o. If you hnvo
any of these symptoms, your Lilvor i
out of order your blood is elowly
home poisoned, bocauso your Llvor
doos not not properly., nKitniNB will
ouro any dlsordor ot tho Llvor,Btoui
aoli orBowols. It has no equal as a
Llvor Modlolno. Pnco 75 cents Froo
sample bottlo at H. C. Rishor's Drug
Fresh oysters served in any style at
tho Woman's Exchange, 113 North
Rockport blooks worth $1200 for
grapes and oranges offered at $-100.
J. E. Andekbok.
There is no working man but by a
little economy can savo money enough
to buy a home in tho Kirkpatriak ad
dition. See large ad.
Lacy' s Brlor Creek Coal.
One ton 5.60; one half ton $:i.00;
one fourth ton tl,75.