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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 2a 1892.
W. HUNTER, M. D.
i'HVHtci.is .iyn sunu:ox,
Blnto nt Old Comor Drug 8toro.
Oftlco hours nt rosldouco, from 2 to 4
p. m. No. 1408 South Eighth stroot.
W. II. WILKK8, M D
Evidence 120 N 9 Ht
W. O. WILKES, MD
ORS WILKLS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
C8, CHAMBERS BLOCK.
Hlte at. Old Corner Drni; Store.
at OUIco and Residences.
Dr. N. T. HARRIS
Office on Austin Street over
First National Bank.
C O At.
207 South Filth Street.
Best coal in any quantity
delivered promptly. Prices
as low as the lowest.
20 7 South Fifth Street
Block of 20 lotH in Waco addition
to Rookport on Horring, Kclley,
Kyana and Ingo streets $400.
J. E. Anderson.
Tho Big Muddy lump is strictly
cold-weather coal. Toleplione Egan
You can buy a good shoo from a
good houso. We keop tho olass of
shoe that you want.
Slkkper Clifton & Co
For tho best and freshest hcef,pork
mutton, veal, spareribs, Gib d
oystors i o o Crippen corner Fifth
Don't delay, if you desire Rock
port property, it will bo too high soon.
20 lot blooks for $400.
J. E. Anderson.
Our goods and our prices do our
advertising, we find it best in tho
A! J. Leslio for first-olass watoh
clook and jewelry repairing. Same
building with II. E. Ambold Austin
Wo givo employment to more people
and have more teams engaged in do
HveriDg our "justly celebrated Big
Muddy lump" coal than any other
dealer in tho city. "Telephone Egan
A Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching piles are known by moisture
like perspiration, causing intense itch
ing whon warm. This form as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding,
yield at onco to Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Romedy, which acts direotly on parts
affected, absorbs tumors, allays itohing
and effects a permanent euro. 50cts.
Druggists or mail. Circulars free.
Dr. Bosanko, 329 Aroh St., Philadel
phia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison
Br. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full
Bett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50.
If you want tho best ohcap coal in
Waco tolephono Laoy for iho Brier
Get Laoy's prices on Brier Creek
best cheap ooal sold in Waco.
m m .
Buy lots and blooks now in Waoo
addition to Rookport, and start Orango
Grovos and Grape Vinoyards, and
your fortuno is doubly assured. As
these lands aro enhancing in value
every day. See an artiolo from a
Rockport paper in another column.
J. E. Anderson,
Lost on Washington or Columbus
streets and between Ninth and Thir
teenth strcots a diamond ear-ring,
$50 00 reward will bo paid for its
roturn. I. M. Pkari.stone.
If you want choap coal try Lecy's
Brier ureek, &5.50 per ton.
Pnrlcnr "Rrnq nan kpII vnn rrnnrin
below manufacturers prices, See
their goods and got their pricos.
Have you used an Embrco McLean
People who look at a dollar twioe
before spending it are buying clothing
at Jones & Goodloo's.
FOR THE UNIVERSITY.
Tlir Jfow l.illxiinliir) HulMIng Arrriited
by (ho llc-Rcnt -I'lno IMimitlun.
Austin, Jnn. 22. Theio was an im
portant meeting of the state university
regents hero Thursday, Pi ofessor Clark
Edwards of Worcester, Mass., was
elected to tho chair of assistant profes
sor of biology at a salary of $2000.
The board resolved to elect next June
an adjunct professor of modem language
to have charge of the loiunnco lan
guages as his specialty, salary to be
$2500, and also to elect another professoi
of law at $1500 salary.
Professor Fitzhugh was granted a
year's leave of absence after June to
pursue special studies in Europe without
drawing his salary from the university
for tho year. His place will be tempo
Tne new laboratory building and out
fit, costing together some $23,000, were
accepted from the contractor. Tho new
gallery and chairs in tho general assem
bly ball were accepted.
Application of the Young Men's Chris
tian association of the university for
authority to erect a $25,000 building foi
their purposes on the university ground
was granted conditioned that the money
shall first be raised.
Another magnificent donation to the
university from S. M. Swenson, tho New
Yoik banker, comprising about a
thousand valuable and many of them
very raro medals, received Thursday,
was accepted by tho lio.ud, being the
third valuable gift from that gentleman.
Tho gift is accompanied by a very inter
esting historical letter, which tho re
gents will have preserved with the giftt
and published as a university bulletin.
A safe for tho secure keeping of the
Swenson gifts was ordeied to be pur
chased. Governor Hogg was present and made
a sj)cech to the regents showing his
warm interest in the affairs of tho uni
versity in correlation with the free pub
lic educational system of tho tho sttrte
the capstone for higher instruction. He
was present, ho said, to express his of
ficial interest in behalf of higher edu
cation. Soon after tho regents adjourned the
university students met and subscribed
$2100 for their proposed Christiim asso
The regents subscribed for 100 copies
of Lane's History of the University of
Texas for the uso of tho university.
The institution has :!u7 students this
session, including ninety young ladies.
ICIcKeil by 11 -Mule.
Brunswick, Mo., Jan. 22. Sterling
Price of this place, grandson of General
Sterling Price and son of General E. B.
Price of this (Chariton) county, was
kicked by a mule while feeding his stock
and died this morning nbout 4 o'clock.
The blow was recoived in tho back, be
low tho left shoulder, causing injuries to
the pleura and internal hemorrhages.
Deceased was about H2 yours old aud
wns a fanner and grain dealer. Ho
leaves a wife and threo children.
"run-down," feeble women, need
Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription.
It builds them up. It's a powerful,
restorative tonic, or strength-giver
free from alcohol and injurious
drugs. Tho entire system is re
newed and invigorated. It im
proves digestion, enriches tho blood,
dispels aches and pains, gives re
freshing sleep, and restores llesh and
strength. As a soothing nervine, it
allays and subdues hysteria, spasms,
and all the nervous symptoms com
monly attendant upon functional
and organic disease. It's the only
guaranteed medicine for women.
It docs what is promised or it
asks nothing. It gives satisfaction,
in every case, or tho money paid
for it is refunded.
That's tho way its makers prove
their faith in it. Contains no alco
hol to inebriate ; no syrup or sugar
to derange digestion ; a legitimate.
medicine, not a beverage. Purely
vegetable and perfectly harmless in
any condition of tho system.
Items aud communications intended
(or this department should bo sent to
No. 809 North Twelfth street or tele
phoned to No. 30. oa or before Friday
afternoon of each week, In order to
recolvo proper attention. Nows
notes received after 19 o'clock Satur
day morning cannot appear until tho
next weok, however muoh we may
regret the delay.
Tho Garden of Edon 1892.
From the Arat Harbor Herald.
This Garden has been an interest
ing thenio for oentunes and its loca
tion a subject of inqury for both
scholars and antiquarians.
If this famous spot has not been
definitely located, let the investiga
tion be confined to Texas, for it has
within her vast area tho climate and
soil, descriptive of this historic place.
A New Year's dinner was given in
honor of the Aransas County Horti
culturists to be sorved from voluntary
donations of theso men taken from
their own gardens near Rockport.
Drafts wero drawn jpon the edjaccut
proprietors with tho following rjsults:
Every mandate was" honorod, and
tho result was stupendous. Mr. Joo
Tripis sent a liberal quantity of onions,
cabbage, cauliflower and tomatoes with
specimens of green corn, aspargaus,
and oantaloupcs. Mr. M. Kaltenbacb
was absent when tho pross fiend arriv
ed at his home, but Mrs Kaltenbacb
and Miss Florence Farrel entertained
him handsomely and loaded his oart
with new Irish potatoes, magnificent
yams, wnuo radishes, black turuips,
lettuce and snap beans, and gave him
a specimen strawborry plant on wluoh
wero growing green leaves, green ber
ries, now blooms and a single rich, red,
ripe berry, that surely tnca his pa
ticnoo to dolivor. Tho last cluster of
grapes had been plucked for their
family dinner on Christmas day.
Mr. William Lomas, of Rockport,
sent liberal specimens of white giant,
golden plumo and bleached celery.
fresh dirt dinging to the
Mr. Peter D. Houser sent a liberal
supply of egg-plan' s, celery, ripe
tomatoes, oashaw, squashes, sweet
peppers, green, aud ripe, and rutaba
Mr. Christy Osborne sent a lot of
magnificent largo turnips, beets and
Messrs. W. n. and J. C. Ivos joint
ly sent u load of cabbages, turnips,
onions, beets, radishes and sweet
potatoes, with specimens of groon
poa vines, grcon tomato vines, in
bloom, and fresh lettuco.
Mr. H. G. Boles sent three largo
watermelons from his enormous vine.
One of these melons weighs 4G pounds
another 40 pounds and the other 38
pounds. Mr. Boles' also sent half a
dozen frying-sizo chickens and a
specimen bunoh ot rhubarb, ot which
Borne stems but ten days old, are
larger than a carpenter's poncils. Mr.
Roles sent some elegant homo-made
preserves and pickles.
Messrs. Holman and Hoffman sent
a lot of fino radishes, and Messrs.
Isaac Hughes and Jack Burris sent a
full supply of fresh milk and butter.
Mr. Jno C- Emory undertook to
supply tho tablo with geese, duoks
and small Game, and O. L. Wilson
sent an ologant lot of fresh venison,
which ho killed thai morning es
pecially for tho occasion, and whioh
was warm when delivered.
Mr. J. E. Barber killed a lot of
quail for tho occasion, and sent a fat
young maBt-fed hog.
Tho beef was raised and fattened
on the McCampbell pasture, and
slaughteree bo Mr. G. V. Lewis.
Mr, J. I. Caruthors sent a dozen
bottles of rich native wines from his
Inglesido vintage of 1891.
Tho markets of Rockport and Aran
sas harbor furnished fish, oysters and
gamo in endless quantity.
The orchards of Live Oak Peninsula
are yot in thoir infancy and native
fruits could not be secured except for
decorative purposes. Prof. H. P. Att
watcr of Rookport, loaned thrco native
oranges upon a freshly cut stem with
leaves clinging to it, and also donated
a largo sweet potato that had takon a
second gorwth and was onvoloped in
a networ': of vines grown from its
own body. The orango specimens had
been givon to Prof. Attwator for pres
ervation in his museum of Southwest
Texas produots, and were loaned on
The Herald's plcdgo to return them,
but thoy wero inadvertantly caton and
a sincero apology is the only return
Tho Herald can mnko.
Banana culture wns represented by
tho nodding loaves on the throe fine
trees in the hotel court-yard.
Orango trees, lemon trees, fig trees,
apple trees, pear trees, plum trees,
cherry troes, peach trees, pecan trees
and grape vines wero represented
among the decorations bv branches
showing green leaves and fresh buds
and bright poach blossoms.
Let tho bill of faro speak for
The bill of faro was prepared by
Captain Miller and tho editor, and
sent to the cook after all the pro
duots had been recoived. Everything
upon it was served at tho dinner,
and every produot upon the
table was prepared or illustrat
ed from tho produots of Livo
Oak Pouinsula. Sovcral hundred
copies woro hurriedly printed from it
and tho following is a substantia
Oranges from San Putrioio County.
Aransas Bay on Half Shell. Fried
Trout, Oyster Sauoc, Red Fish, plain,
Flounder Crumbed, Wino Sauce,
Chiokon Salad, Style Hotel Hoyt,
Texas Cured Ham,
Celery, White Grant and Uoldon
Dwarf Champion Tomatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Drum
head Cabbbage, Egg Plant, Marrow
phat Peas, Squash, Caahaw,
Egyptian Beets, Sweet Poppors, Silver
King Onions.Sheppard Radishes,
Golden Stem Lottuoo.
GAME, ROASr AND BOILED.
Venison, Currant Jelly Uooe, Oystor
Sauce. Brant, Plain. Duok, Celory
Sauce. Turkey, Oyster Sauce.
Quail on Toast. 'Possum with Kraut.
Fresh Rhuborb Pio, Native Lemon Pio
FRUITS AND DESSERTS.
Southwest Texas Bananas,
Native Grapes, Nativo Peoans,
Strawberrios and Cream,
Watermelon, Vanilla loo Cream,
oweet and Butter Milk.
Claret, Port, Angelica.
Every article on the above menu
was grown near Rockport, obit fly by
men who havo recently cast their for
tunes in Araiisas county, who with
in little more than one year havo
mado homos, developed farms and
brought products to perfection that
for quality and variety could not at
this season havo been duplicated clso
where within tho jurisdiction of tho
Threo largo cotton stalks with green
stems, groen leaves, green bolls, new
blooms and full opened bolls occupied
the center of tho table decorations.
Grcon sprigs of honoy-sucklo vine,
oleander and orapo myrtle wero
prominently displayed. In tho center
of tc table assigned to Gov. Wheoler
and Captain Miller, was displayed a
largo watermelon standing on end,
pinaolc shape with spreading points
to display tho red meat. Arranged in
vases around the central board wore
innumerable varieties of grasses and
flowers, and tho wall decorations woro
prepapared from tho bright green
leaves of the swoct hay, tho oleandur,
the sea bean vino and the salt cedar.
The decorations ocoupied tho cen
ler table, four feet by sevon, and in
a pyramid oight fcot high, ocoupied
tho ontiro space. In addition to the
illustrations of tho agricultural pro
duots shown upon it, wero specimens
of red fish, trout and flounder, and
largo, fat oysters from Aransas Bay
upon shells larger than a mule's car.
Theso specimens were sent bv Miller
Brothers ot Rockport.
The souvenirs for tho recoption woro
composed of sea beans, pumice btones,
star-fish and shells from the ocean
beach on Mustang Island, guildcd
and hand-painted with mottoes by
Miss Mayme MoBrydo. Thoy were
delivered to eaoh departing guost by
Miss MoBrydo in porson, and the
guests were invited to remain for tho
Bargains at Cummins' 5 and 10 ct.
A 1-2 gal. nnd pint cups 10c
A 5 Hole mouse trap 10c
A dcop pudding pan and spoon. 10c
A coveroJ tea steopor 10c
A scoop dipper and funnel 10c
A wood spoon, fork and scrcv
driver k . . . 10c
!) Heavy glass sauce dishss. . . . 10c
2 Thick, plain glass goblets.. 10c
t'J 8 inoh tin pio plates lOo
12 Tin tea spoons 10c
12 Sheots paper, envelopes and
12 blato pencils and 12 lend. .. . lOo
2 10 oont tablets for lOo
A covered glass sugar bowl 10c
A covered glass butter dish .... lOo
At Cummins' f and 10a. storo, 703,
Austin avenue, b;twcon uth & oth flt.
You do not havo to draw on your
imagination while seated at a fire of
the "Big Muddy lump." On tho con
trary, you have to "draw back" from
its "gcnorouB heat." Remember tho
Big Muddy and take no other. Tclo
phone Egan for ooal.
Parties who fall to got their paper
promptly will confer u favor on The
News by notifying us by mall or tel
ephone, and the matter will be rem
A Mother's Mistake.
Mothers Irequontly make a mistake
in neglecting the Cough of a child. A
Fort Wayne, lnd., lady writes: "My
little daughter 0 years old had a so
vern cough but as it was nothing un
usual I thought nothing of it, Hnd al
lowed it to run on for 4 or fivo wooks,
when itbeoamo so obstinate alio bogan
losing flesh. 1 called in a physician
who treated her threo weeks without
bonefit. A neighbor insisted upon
my trying Ballard's Horehound Syrup
it relieved her from the first doso and
sho began gaining flesh rapidly, whon
wo had usod two bottles hor cough
had ontirely disappeared. I would
not bo without it." It does uot consti
pate my children. Ballard's Horo
hound Syrup is free from opiate". Its
the most soothing throat and lung
medioino in tho world.
Sold by II 0 Kisher & Co.
Waiting for tho mail to open to got
thoir daily and wcokly papers, coimo
papers, fashion papers, Scnbner, Har
per, Century and all tho other maga
zines, art papers, London papers, latest
novels, earliost lottery reports and all
other papers, magazines and books,
that place is A J Hcr.&Bro.,10 1 South
Fourth street, headquarters for all
other Hebdomadal literaturo for
Buklea'a Arnloa Salvo.
The bost salvo in the world for outs.
bruises, soros, ulcers, anlt rheum, fo
vor sores, tetter, ohapped hands, chll
blalns, corns sud nil skin eruptions,
and positively juros piles, or no pay
required. It Is guaranteed to give
satisfaction or uonoy'refunded. Price
26 cents a box. Var sale by W. B
A. D. AdaniH & Bros..
Hard to Boat
Poach and Apple Cidor Try mo
I am good.
For tho next thirty dayB, sco
prices, iney win asionisti you,
Rockport lots have two strings on
(ortunoB bow, Orange and Grapo cul
ture, and will doublo in value in a fow
months as it is tho coming doop
water port, J. E. Anderson.
Garden spot of tho groat Panhandle.
Rioh loamy soil. Great wheat country.
Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher
oounty. One of tho finest counties
in tho great Panhundlo. Court house,
churches, schools, ic, Ac.
Swishor county is dovoloping rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhari
dlo daily and the man with tho plow
is daily going to Swishor oounty.
A pretty town in tho prettiest country
in tho world. Land level as a floor
and produoing immense crops of all
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Evorlasting freestone puro water iu
illimitable quantities at twenty-live to
Are in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continue to advauoo in a way
to m ubo the bead swim. Buy now.
Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as
dirt at prices now asked.
For maps, plats aud othor particu
lars apply to
111 Franklin stroet.
LIQUOR $ MORPHINE HABITS.
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