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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 14 1892.
W. HUNTER, M. D.
.i.v scna eos,
Slato at Old Comer Drug Storo.
OlHoo hours at roBldouco, from 2 to 4
p. ni. No. 1108 South Eighth Btroot.
W. II. WILKK8, M D
Residence 120 NO St
W. O. WILKES, MI)
Residence UiD N 12 St.
OIIS WILKLS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
C8, CHAMDEUS BLOCK.
at Old Corner Drug Storo.
at OOlco nnd Residences.
Dr. IN. T. HARRIS
Office on Austin Street over
First National Bank.
O O T
207 South Fifth Street.
Best coal in any quantity
delivered promptly. Prices
as low as the lowest.
207 South Fifth Street.
The- Woman's Exohange, 113 North
Fourth stroet, ib the beat place in
Waco co get t Grst-olass meal.
Block of 20 lots in Waco addition
to Rookport on Herring, Kolley,
JJyans and Inge streets $100.
J. E. Anderson.
For the best and freshest bcef,pork
mutton, veal, sptrcribs, fih an d
oysters vo 10 Crippen corner Fifth
Don't delay, if you desiro Rook
port property, it will be too high soon.
30 lot blocks for $400.
J. E. Andkrson.
Lunohes and refreshments for en
tertainments, furnished by the Wo
man's Exohange, 113, North Fourtl
Do not delay. Get you a placo for a
homo. You can buy a lot in the
Xirkpatriok addition for what you
peed in lottery tickets young man.
E. E. Thompson will reopen in a fow
days with a larger and better stock of
paints, oils, paper, etc., embracing a
more complete stock than ever before
earricd in Waco.
Our goodB and- our prices do our
advertising, we find it best in the
A .1. Leslio for first-class watoh
clock and jewelry repairing. Same
building with II. E. Ambold Anstin
Kockport lots have two strings on
fortunes bow, Orange and Grape cul
ture, and will doublo in value in a few
months as it is the coming deep
water port. J. E. Anderson.
Don't forget to purchase tickets
for tho Boston Symphony Orohestral
club pnteitainmont Friday night at
the Philo club rooms. You will be
delighted. Tickets for salo at Gog
gan's Musio Store, and by members of
tho Philo club.
Tho Kirkpatriok lots are closo to
the center of the city, closer than any
other addition and aro sellinc at
prices far below their valuo.
Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Full
tett of upper or lower teeth, $12 50. .
If yon want tho best cheap ooal in
Waoo telephone Laoy for tho Briur
Bloominqton, 111., Jan. 14. Frank
Ryburn, aged 22, son of James Rybuni,
a wealthy fanner near this jity, was
accidentally shot and will die. Ho was
riding in a sleigh and had a loaded shot
gun by his side. The gun was discharged
and tho contents lodged in young Ity
Cardinal Manning Dying.
London. Jan. 14. Cardinal Manning
is dying. Tho last sacrament has been
administered. Influenza has tho venor
able and dihtinguished cardinal in its
rasp and tho physicians havo no hoped
HE HAS GROWN WEARY.
Chile's Delay Makes the Presi
AND HE DEMANDS A SPEEEY REPLY
Or Sho Will Itrcclvi- lliuln Siiih'h Umll
lilecl Attention lit Onri" C'nrillnnl Man
ning lUtpoiled us 11 lug Whipped Out
WAsniKciTON, Jan. II. "Chile must
newer." This is the substance of a dis
patch that has been cabled to Minister
Egan within the past twenty-four hours.
President Ilurrison ban grown weary
with Chilo's delaying giving a reply to
our demand and has determined she
must make unswor speedily.
This fact has been a closely guarded
socret at tho state department and it
only leaked out through inadvertency.
It is understood that Minister Egun
has been instructed to notify tho Chilean
foreign office that not only do wo want
speedy reply us to its purposes, but still
insist upon full reparation. The phrase,
"full reparation" is polite language of
diplomacy and it is understood covers
apology and indemnity and tho punish
ment of all parties convicted of outrage.
I'raatlrully at un End.
Saw Antonio, Jan. 14. One of tho
greatest railroad strikes in the southwest
is practically at an end.
Tho only hitch now remaining is a
question of whether old employes shall
bo reinstated, which means the discharge)
of a largo number of men who have
taken tho places of strikers, or not. Tho
chiefs of three of the largest organiza
tions in tho United States, the Order of
Railway Conductors, Board of .Railway
Trainmen and Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers and Firemen have wired
the railroad officials interested, that they
believe the strike is illegal and would
order their men back. The strikers are
much depressed, but still hope for good
results to emanate from a joint meeting
of strikers and railroad officials today.
A I'hjslclHn hi Trtmblp.
Decatur, 111., Jan. 14. Dr. Ira N.
Pace of Cisco, HI., was arrested here on
suspicion ot having committed a crimi
nal operation. Last Friday the doctor
and a woman took a room at the Na
tional hotel. No one was allowed to see
tho woman. Her meals wero taken in
by the doctor. To-day it was discovered
that tho sewer pipe was stopjed up, and
the body of a newly born babe was
found to bo tho obstruction. The body
was left in the cellar pending an investi
gation. Soon after it was discovered
that both .woman and body had disap
peared from tho hou.e. The doctor was
arrested at the depot.
Icc.-Cllttlnc by Klrutrlr Light.
LaPortk, hid., Jan. 1-4. Ice is eight
inches thick ou the lakes adjacent to
this city, and cuttin" for private uso
began today. The numerous wholesale
dealers represented here are completing
preparations to cut icevtho latter jiart of
this week in case it reaches a thickness
of ten inches. If there should lx indica
tions of a thaw operations will bo com
menced at once and continued night and
day till completion. The Washington
Ice company of Chicago have an electric
light plant in readiness for night work
at tlieir Stone Lako houses.
A 1 tall way Terminal foiTexurluina.
Texarkana, Jan. 14. T. W. Baker of
Dallas, Tex., and Messrs. David Griffin
and G. B. Abercronibio of Shroveport,
La., all men of largo capitid, have been
in consultation with citizens here for
several days with a view to building five
miles of railroad which will connect all
important points on both sides of tho
slate lino. Arkansas peoplo havo met
the demands of theso gentlemen and a
meeting with representatives of the Toxas
side will bo held soon and tho road built
and equipped at an early dato.
Whlpj.iil Out or School.
Atlanta, Jan. 14. Assistant Superin
tendeu, W. A. Wilson was yesterday
whipped out of school by tho pupils who
unitedly resented an attack which ho
kid made upon ono of them. Wilson
intimated his intention of subduing tho
boys. Fifty of them met him with a
shower of chalk balls and when ho at
tempted to punish ono of tho boys they
piled on him and gave him a fearful
Tim JJ11I011 ConlodiTuti-H.
New Orleans, Jan. 14. Tho Associ
ation of tho Annj' of tho Tennessee Con
federate veterans held a mooting last
night and elected General John Glynn,
Jr., president. The dato of tho conven
tion or reunion of United Confederate
veterans was fixed for April 8, noxt,
in this city, when representatives from
all southern states will bo present.
Shot for Till ting mHIi ill Wife
Paducaii, Ky., Jan. 14. Last night
at tho depot at Fulton, Ky., Dave Cald
well shot Hartley Hisoy dead, omptying
his revolver into his victim, thrco shots
being in tho heart. Caldwell accused
Hardoy of flirting with his wife, and
when the latter laughed about it shot
him. Thirty men witnessed the deed.
Caldwell is in jail.
Good Ic-o III Illinois.
Vandalia, Dl., Jan,, 14. For the firct
tiuw hi three years southorn Illinois is
harvesting ice. It is now seven inches
thick and of excellent quality.
What Do You Want?
Do you want Agents?
Do you want Pupils?
Doyou want a Partner?
no you want 11 Situation)
Do you want to buy Anything?
Do yon want a Husband or Wife?
1)0 ycu want Hoarder? or lodgers?
Do you want any ' Help' male or female?
Do you want Servants, Clerks or Mechanics?
Do you- want to rent a Room, IIonu or Store I
Do you want to tell your Good-will and Fix
tures? Do A"ou want to Rent or Sell ynu House, Of
fice, Lot or Knrm?
Do yon want to tiur or Sell a Horse, Wagon, or
any kind otVenlclo?
Have you Lost or Found anything?
Havo sou second-hand Goods of unyktrdthM
yon with to Koll or exchange?
Pergonals or Matrimonial Advertisements?
if so, The New will publish an advertise
ment m the Want Column forONHCNT PKK
WOUD per day, or FIVK CENTS PMU WORD for
one. week, seven days.
Tn News 1; tho on y paper that uoes Into
nearly ovory reading household In Waco, and
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns.
Hundreds can be referred to who have profitably
advertised In ita"Wnt" columns.
Waco Evening News
Advertising In this column otarged a the
rate of one cent per word for each insertion.
Cash must accompany the order, except where
ordered by a regular advertiser.
WANTED Kn nlshedroom and hoard In
pri'Mefarrily for a yourg lady. Refor
enres funlshed at.d required Add ess R.
caro News Office. . 1 11 1 wk.
WAATGD-A LADY TO CANVAS! FOR
DeUarte goods. Apply at '100i Austin
WASTE D--To buy ome nice second hand
office Jlxtures. Address cv, office.
WANTED-To bnv a second-hand hook
case. Must bo cheap. Apply at News
WANTCD To buy n second hand flat top
desk. Must bo cheap, Address Desk
WAVrni) loony Secondhand Furniture,
Stoves, Carpets, Tools, Everj thing.
Waco curiosity Shop.
WANTED Parties who want to invest in
in the rich agricultural lands of Contral
Texas to semi their address to THE WACO
DAILY NEWS. Information furnished froo.
WANTED One thousand old anlts to
clean at So3 North Fourth street. A.
Friedman, successor to! ho Little Frenchman.
LOST Unmh of koys, abont cloven keys
in the bnnch There aro four flat kuys.
Mnder will please retnrn to News office-
1 13 tr.
STItAYED.. Frown, eing'e.footing horse,
v ith sadd e and bridle 011 Ro'tirn to
Frank Wheeler and bo rowardod. 1 12 tf
F UK KENTA nicely furnlshol room,
two b'ocks fr m Austin street. Anuiy
at 311, Nu th beventh street. Ill it
poll KENT Part of my dwelling. 718,
- Dntton street Call at store 4 o,' Austin
street. l-6tf JIks Dots.
t?uk KEftT-Ooe sniteef rooms on fl-st
-1- floor, and one f omh 100m un second floor.
Appyto Mrs. Ilsnnon, corner of Eighth a d
YSashlngton truit. tf
TJEKSONAI. Will those' tleman who un
J- lite tionally rarrled awhltr handl. d silk
nmbit Ha ont 1 1 the telegraph office or tho
Co ton t-elt t cket ol)t e about a week ago.
please 1 etum it to 1 ue Nt.ws ollice. 12 bl tf
ALIVE F'orlpt can hear of a goo J opening,
Appl at this ollice, i-r Eigta and Clay
I 131 E At flannt Dros
FIfiornlh and Jack-
Al- Clutbuil I iltiu
1 Mrcets- 1(0' k lYm
rucTlouIbvI lo Cement.
12 It) 1 1110
70 K NAI.E Old papers at 20 rents per hun
dred at Tub r. ews office.
Foil KENT FnrrltnTe, StOTes, Sewing
Jluchluee, Everything. Waco 1 urloslty
Shop, Cl7auc GlDAmttu street.
Foil HENT-7joom home ' 11 Dnton street
mnrMnlb. Only 15 a month. M. C.
Kingsbury & (.0., C17 and C 9 Auet n street.
Oil SALE At Costl AtOatl AtTogtl
JcvtOrV. Clfirk Silver Plntp.l irnlrpa
Forks, Snrontt, npk!n lump. I'o kel and
Tablo (nltrij, f lerlicop.s, Ink fitat ds, I'lo
tnru Fran es B' d Xitlons. TLIs Is the flat
time weevcradver lfcd tese'l at cort but we
nt-slre to handle oiily Now Ftiniltnro and
Second bend gooes of ail kinds. Waco Curios
TEEEI'HOIXE-GauntHrOB. for Pest Oak
or Ash cord wi O", tuo wi od r lira
pl aro wood cnt aiy Uiigth lilolmo
LOT A Daper b'rk salcs-bo'k, between
8 x'b, and Jin. North Ninth st i-ct. t'inlcr
will be 1 ew nidi d by le vug tunc at St Louis
bhoo Store, cirnir Sixth and Aus In street,
Tho last chance to buy lots close to
tho business portion of the city cheap
is offered in the Kirkpatrick addition.
The obnnce will never occur again in
Lots in tho
cheap as 'hit.
MY STORE 12 Lead Pencils for
five cents at My Store G25 AuBtin
MY STORE, Fine Kraut at 4 oonts
per pound at My Store 025 Austin.
I .... II S . S !
Biff Muddy I Big Muddy! Big Muddy!
EG AN! KG AN I EG AN!
Joe Lohuian'B for
ioo cream and
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joo
Tho Woman's Exohango is man
aged by a lady of experience and ono
who cannot bo excollcd in gotting up
a tempting bill of faro.
You can buy a good shoo from a
good houso. Wo keep tho olass of
shoe that you want.
SrKErER Clifton & Co
Everybody goes to Joo Lehman's
whon they want a good meal, or he
Wo give employment toinoropcoplo
and have moro teams engaged in de
livering our "justly oolobrated Big
Muddy lump" coal than any othor
dealer in tho city. "Tolopliono Egan
Laiy's L'llcr Creek Coal.
Ono ton $5 50; one half ton $3.00;
ono fourth ton $1.75.
Notice of Stockholders1 Meeting.
Notice is horeby given to tho stock
holders of tho Waco Elootrio Railway
and Light company that a meoting of
the stockholders of said company will
be hold on Tuesday tho 19th day of
January, 1802, between tho hours of
9 a. 111. and 3 p. m. on said day, for
the purpose of electing directors for
the ensuing joar and for tho transac
tion of such othor business as may
leg illy bo brought before said meet
ing. W. J. IIohson, President.
J A. H iisoN, Secretary.
A Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching piles are known by moisture
like perspiration, causing intenso itch
ing when warm. This form as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding,
yield at once to Dr. BoBanko's Pile
Remedy, whioh acts direotly on parts
aircctcd, absorbs tumors, allays itohing
and effects a permanent euro. 50ots.
Druggists or mail. Circulars froo.
Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadel
phia, Pa Sold by W. B Morrison
Lots in tho
cheap as dirt.
1 tit- in il Kilfitiiih itditi
cheap as dirt, and good as gold.
thoy cn be
rons-ln. wcaV wbtn
lu&do tiros g!
Everyone should luww that the entlrt
human structuic is constantly being torn
down and rebuilt, the s.uuc u: in tha
vecetablo world t'ie tri'ot heil their leaves
and again put forth new shoots. Now,
when the blood becomes too we.ik to carry
to the kidneys ami liver tins dead tissus
that should lie jeinorrd, tl.o whole system
becomes enervated and a distressed feeling
of weakness and unnatural fatigue follows.
One feels half dead, so to speak, and liter,
ally is half dead, the old tissue clinging in
DO YOU FEEL
particles throughout the system, prevent
ing the forming of new ti.suo and tha
awakening of new life. At such times a
medicine that will enliven the blood, re
move its bliigglslineiss, till it with red cor
puscles, and strengthen it, is necessary.
There, is only one su'cli medicine and that
U Dr. John null's .yureunril!n, lis action
on the blood is like the efft-rt of cream on
coffee, tf maka it funi. Do you want to feel
theexuberanceof perfect health? Doyou
want to feel strong and full of life in every
part? Do you want to Increase your self
control and be a jitrrct man or perfect
woman, ftce from the unnatural tenden
cies of wasting anil debilitating diseases?
Then use Dr. Hull's ftirsaparilla. It will
make you feel new and full of strength.
T. D. Hurrows, Uivington, ICy., wrlteil
MI would now be In my crave had I not
used Dr. Hull's HHrtiipurlllu. I wns pule,
listless, nnd.uo weuk that I spent mora than
' HALF DEAD?
half mv time IvIub In bed. My memory
was bad. I could not concentrate my mind
on business or Anything. My ulchU wcr
restless, and tnydreami unnaturally vivid.
I lost flo-ili, and t.eemed to be wasting away.
I grew dCKnoudent, mid constantly fearful
that something evil w going to happen.
Tho Nmnllest out would run Into a eon-, and
my blood was thin uud cold. I tiertid llull's
Hnrsaparllln wan n good strengthening mod
lclne, and so gave 11 a trial. It Iiuh mad
life scorn dlfl'drent to me, nnd filled me with
activity, liopnund determination, while my
health Is all I could desire."
Mrs. Lucy Iledel. Lawrenceburg, Ind.,
writes: "I was weak and nervous, welched
only eighty-six pounds, took twenty-tarea
bottles of Dr. Hull's Harsspnrlllu, and grew
strong and fat. I now weigh 117 pounds."
uIf you love your child, look after its
welfnro bv occasionally ulvlmr It Dr. Joha
Bull's Worm Destroyer They never da
barm and will keep it well.
BWHroith'sTonloHyrtip cures chills ant
fever after quinine boa failed. It Is pleas
ant to tnke, and nover falls to cure. You da
yourself a wrong to use quinine or any
other chill medicine.
John D. Pa bit. & Sons, WhoUsaU Agentt,
178, 177 and 17 Bycamort tit, Cincinnati, a
In Tholr New OfTleo,
Among tho tirst to acoept ologant
offices in the now Provident building
on Fourth and Franklin streets, is the
firm of Piokett & Dugelby. Thoy
aro snugly ensconsrd in imposing
rooms on the third floor, and thoir
sign, Pioko&t, & Dugelby, Auditors
and Adjusters, is handsomely display
ed on the great windows on tho north
west cornor of tho great building.
The new offices aro amoug tho finest
in tho city, most handsomely fur
uishod and a orodit to taste. In thoir
now business, whioh is ono greatly
needed in Toxas, thoy havo met with
great encouragement and the evi
dences aro that will soon bo ovor
crowdod with work. Call 011 thorn and
tako a look at thoir olegunt now
qnartors. Morohants and others will
savo money by calling in their servi
ces on complicated accounts.
Dr. Willis, Specialist.
Owing to inweasod business, I will
remain at Waco till Juno.lSo'J. Will
say to all who aro afilioted with Con
sumption, Bronohitis, Asthma and
Catarrh, call and sen his newjyrocess for
troating said diseases. Hot medicated
sttam taken diroct to diseased parts
by inhalation, A positive cure in
Will restore hearing when deafness
is caused by catarrh. Am also pro
paired to treat fcmalo disordors,
rhoumatism, liver and kidney diseases,
nouralgia. Hay fovcr ana la grippe
Itooms up stairs over Molvonnon
Bros. & Co's. drug store.
Office hours, 9 to 12 a. in.; 3 to (i
p . 111.
If you want fresh oysters sorvod in
a tempting manner, call at the Wo
man's Exohango, 113 North Fourth
A Sound Llvor Makos a vVoll Man.
Aro you Bilious, CoiiBtlpntodand
troubled with Jauiidl SIckHead
aoho, Bad TnBte hi Mouth, Flin
Breath, Coated Touguo, Dyr-pepsla
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Palu In
Back and botwoen tho Bhoulders,
Chills and Feyor, &o. If you have
any of tboso symptoms, your Liver Is
out of ordor your blood is clrwly
being poisoned, because your Liver
does not aot properly. Hfriuke vlU
euro any disorder ot tho Llvor,r3tom
nob orBowels. It haB no equal as a
Liver Med iolno. Prico 76 ten Is Froo
samplo bottle atH. C. Itishor's Drug
Garden spot of the great Panhandle
llich loamy soil. Great wheat country.
Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher
county. Ono of tho finest counties
in tho great Panhandle. Court house,
chnrohos, schools, Ac., o.
Swisher county is developing rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhan
dle daily and the roan with tho plow
is daily going to Swisher county.
A pretty town in the prettiest country
in tho world. Land level as a floor
and producing immonso crops of alt
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Everlasting freestone pure water in
illimitablo quantities at twonty-livo to
Are in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continue to advanco in a way
lo mata tho hoad swim. Buy now.
Don't deloy a day. Lots cheap aH
dirt at priccB now asked.
For maps, plats anil othor particu
lars apply to
411 Franklin street.
LIQUOR $ MORPHINE HAPiTS.
'ALL ON OR ADDRKSS
THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T.