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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 2 1892.
Cheap Medium and' Fine
Paper Hangings and Decor
ations, Window Glass, Var
nishcs etc. Sole agent for
W. John's celebrated
Asbeslus Paints. Full line
of Colors, Biushes aud every
thiug kept iu a first-class
Wall Paper and Paint Store.
C F. SMITH.
404 Austin Street,
Steam Sausage Factory.
Fresh Sparo Ribs.
All Kinds Meats
"Cheap for Cash.
J. 0. Stafford.
beware or Imitations
Of MoAlibter coal. No one han
dles the Genuine article but Laoy.
Make Christmas presents of llook
J. E. Andebson.
If you want good coal, quiok deliv
ery, tolophono Laoy lor McAlistu.ii
Lump. No one soils it but Laoy.
Waco addition to Rockport, 20
lots to the block, $400. '
J. E. Anderson.
If you want tho best cheap coal in
Waoo telephone Lacy for iho Bmkr
Day boarders oan get tho best ac
commodations at tho Woman's Ex
chango, 113 North Fourth -trcet.
Lunohes and refreshments for en
tertainments, furnished by tho Wo
man's Exchange, 113, North Fourth
i aii i
The best restaurant in town, Joa
Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth
Don't spond your hard earnod nion
y for lottery tickots, young man, but
ouy a lot in tho Kirkpatrick addition
and you will havo a place on which to
build a home.
You can't loose on Rockport lots
for heafter used for goobers and
oranges only, but when deep water
is had they will Ye worth more than
J. E. Adeuson.
Real Estate for Sale.
Tho Gerald houso on South Fifth
streot, lot 115x215, two story houso,
nine rooms, all modern conveniences.
Prioe $G,500; will take a smaller
houso in part paymont. Lot and a
half on North Eleventh street, be
tween Barron and Morrow, cast front.
Prico $700 a lot. Two lots corner
Twentieth and Webster, nicely ter
raced. Prico $800. Lot and a half
fronting Sedwick's houso on Clay
streot; under fcnco. Prioo $750. Cor
ner lot on Ninth and Bagby; east
front. Prico $500. Two lots corner
North Sixth and Tonneasee avenue.
O. A. RlOITAltDSON,
Mrs. Miohacl Curtain, Plainfield,
III., makes tho statement that she
aught cold, which settled on her
lungs; she wus treated for a mouth
by her family physician, but grow
worse. II o told hor she was a hopeless
victim of consumption and that no
medicine could ouro hor. Her drug
gist suggested Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption; She bought
a bottle and to her delight found her
self benofited from first does. She
continued its uso and after taken ton
bottles, found herself sound and well,
and now does her own housework and
is as well as she over was. Freo trial
bottles of this Great Discovory at W.
B. Morrison & Go's. Drug Store, largo
bottles 50c. and 1.00.
I havo a poslllvo re icdy for tho nbovo disease;
by lta neo thousands of cues of tho worst kind
nd of Ion;; Btandln" have been cured. Indeed,
o strong Is my faith In Its efficacy, that I will
ri?.n?..TnVn0TT"s PIlEE wltu a VALUADLK
1 11LA1 IbL on this dlscapo to any sufferer who
will send mo tliolt Impress and I. O. address.
T.A.SLOCUM.M.C, IBI PoarlSt., N. Y.
Are You Satisfied ?
With a Good Wearing and Good Fitting
WE ARE STILL ON TOP.
With the Largest Line of
IN THE STATE.
ew, Fresh and Faultless.
Call and Examine OurManimoth Stock.
THE RELIGIODS WORLD.
si:kvu:i:.n an;i,i at Tin: v.utious
A Mil illcclliiH' ill 111 u Intercut of
I lie Illblo Society Tomorrow Night
NotcnJ 1'rom tho Yniuif? Itlcii'b
(llirihliaii Association Tho Now
Tho gospel meeting for men at th"
association rooms tomorrow afternoon
at i o'clock, will be addressed by Rev
F N Calvin, tho new pastor of tho
Christian church of this city. The
subject will be "Now Yoir'u Resolu
tions," and it is one that will do the
young men of the eity good to hear
Boy's gospel meeting at 'S o'clock
in tho junior department room, where
all boys will always find a oordial
welcome, also a wolcomo will be ao-
corded all boyt at the junior bible
class which meets at 2 o'clock.
Ono encouraging feature of the
woik was brought out at tho Now
Year's Reception, to show how the as
sociation is rcaohing not only tho city
young man, but tho "stranger, that is
within our gates." From tho register
used for that ocoasion ror rooording
the namo and address of the callers,
it was shown that men from twenty
five cities of tho United States were
in attendance. Only about two-tbirds
of tho callers registered, or this num
ber might have beon much larger.
A movement is now on foot to in
crease tho library of the association
to such a sizo that it may become
circulating among the young men of
the city. Quite a number of people
havo agreed to contribute one good
book per month during 18o2, and
yestorday tho first installment of books
was received from Mr. A. J. Stewart.
Six books that aro worthv a place
in any carefully seleoted library. Mr.
J. A. Bass also presented ono large
and readable volume.
Young men, join tho gymnasum
classes if you, want something that
will be of lasting benefit to you.
Christian Chukchi Elovdnth and
Washington; F. N. Calvin, pastor;
preaohing at 11 a m, subject: "Num
bering Our Days." No evening ser
vices; Sunday school 9:30 a m, W S
The Uumiieri.and Preshytekian
Cuuiioh Washington, between Third
and Fourth streets; Rpv J A Mo
Kamy, pastor; services tomorrow;
Sunday school 9:30 a m, Mr J II
Gouldy, superintendent, preaching 11
a m and 7:30 p m; Young People's
Sooiety of Christian Endeavor, '.) p m.
Spcoial preaohing at the county
court houso Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. All men are specially in
iovited. Pastors Union Tho Pastors
Union will meet Monday mornincr,
Jany. 4, 18q2, at tho rooms of the
Young Men's Christian association at
10 o'clock. It is very muoh dcurod
that all pastors of the city should be
present at this meeting
H. A. BounLANi),
Finn Street Mkthodist The
sorvices tomorrow at tho Fifth Street
oburch will bo of special interest. Tho
choir, under the leadership of Mrs.
11. O. Rounsaval, haB prepared ohoieo
musio. At 11 a. m. at tho oloso of the
sermon by the pastor, tho Holy Corn
muuion will be-taken. Tho Epworth
League will meat at 4 p. m. to organ
ize for the work of tho year, and
every member is urged to attend. At
7:15 p. m. a mass meeting of soveral
churches will bo held in tho interest of
the Bible Sooioty.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
THE LEADING DRUCCISTS
Gantt, & l'oimloxtcr,
NO 310 AUSTIN AVKNUIJ
IT Theo ln widow, orphan, oreickperon
inthtscltv, euffo'lnK t rthe wnnt ofllrn,
li'eab''Rend vour namo and iddr ss to tho
Yenger Publishing compiny, room 20, Chal
mers Mock. Onr 1 Mention Is tor lievo tho
worthy suffering, aud no beggpr need apply
Soandinanian Lutheran Corner
North Tenth and Jefferson streets;
Rov T G Ops-ahl, pastor; services to
morrow at 3:30 p m. All Scandina
vians cordially invited.
There will he services at tho
Trinity Methodist Episcopal oburch,
cornor Twelfth and Jefferson streets,
tomorrow at 11 o'clock a m and 7:'d(i
p m; preaching by tho pastor, Rev C
Giddingp; Suudav school at 3 pm.
Everybody invited to attend.
Jir. Jim Lanham, cx-shorifi or Co
ryell county, was in tho city this
Mr. Ed Hatton loft today for Soda
lia, M ssouri, to spend a few weeks
with friends. Mrs. Hatton has been
at that point during tho holidays.
A Happy New Year,
To Ono And All.
Mrs. B. J. Doss,
400 1.2 Austin street.
No ono sells tho Celehrated
MoAlistkr coal but Laoy.
ALL OVEK TOWN.
JTho Bell Water company moved its
office, today, from its old quarters in
tho Jones buil ling to No. 107 South
Tho public installation of officers
of Cowan Lodge No. 72, Knights of
Pythias takes place at tho Garland
Opera Houso Mondav night Jan. 4,
Judge Goodrich Bigned the minutes
this morning and tho distriot court was
declared adjourned until the first
Monday in March, 18o2 Tho last
business transacted by tho oourt was
tho grDtitiij of a n w trial in the
case of Dookery vs McCuno.
County Clork John W. Baker
issued license a few days ago to Mr.
ILL. Tilman and Miss Margaret Shied.
Yestorday tho license was returned,
with the namo Margaret erased and
tho namo Camelia inserted. It is
presumed a mistako was mado in giv
ing tho namo of the young lady to tho
olerk and that it is alright. However,
an investigation is in progress.
Tho young people had an enjoyable
time it tho residence of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Bushy on Monday eve. It was a
hop given to Mr. R. I. Rasbury and
O. Sellers of tho city. When tho
hour of twelve oamo around every
ono went homo delighted. Thoso
present were Misses Nestor Wallace,
Norris and sister, McUrpary, Pipen,
Wemplo, Mr. and Mrs. Fogg. Gen
tlemen present were: Messrs.
Waddell, Whoatloy, Watts, Coat?,
Smodley, Sellers, Crouch, Harrison,
Rasbury, Morris, Seats, Srnithson,
Bowin, Holcomb aud Baily.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
. V 1 ' i 1 f 1S,r
Farewell, old year,
We turn from you
And greeting give
And reader, dear,
Wc wis.li for thec,
Through all its days,
IT'S A GOOD THING
Early in the year to talk about
Juraiisdiiiigr; Your- House.
Wc have a large and well selected stock of
FasfaSanalilE FupeiHupb and tBappsls.
Latest in style, material and finish. We keep everything and
can furnish your house from garret to cellar. Come in and take a look.
R. T. DENNIS &BRO.
CHAts' ABCjCt MEN.
Phil Armour's pork packing business
in Chicago is said to amount to $03,000,
Bishops Wilmer of Alabama, Peter
kin of West Virginia, Dudley of Ken
tucky and Williams of Japan nro all
Justico Bratlloy, of tho United States
suiiremo court, has established a prizo in
Roman law at Rutgers college, of which
ho is 11 graduate.
Archbishop Keurick, of St. Louis,
whoso jubileo was recently celebrated
with great pomp in St. Louis, is tho old
est Catholic bishop in America.
William D. Wiudotn, a son of tho Into
secretary of tho treasury, has been ap
pointed chief of tho accounts division in
tho architect's oflieo of Secretary Fostor.
At tho grand receptions of President
Caniot in Paris, tho president does not
slutko hands with tho guests, but bows
to them in a solemn way as their names
aro announced whilo they pass by.
Tho recent purchaso by Baron Ilirsch
of 3,001 squaro lcaguns of land in tho
northern part of tho Argentine Republic
tor 1200,000 sovereigns makes him tho
possessor of a territory larger than is
owned by any other man in tho country.
Amos A. Parker, of Fitzwilliam, N.
II., recently passed tho century mark.
Ho is tho oldest living collego graduato
iu America and has been a successful
editor, lawyer, author and poet. IIo
was an intimato friend of tho Marquis
As showing how unexpected Governor
Boies' first election was to him two
years ago, his daughter mentions that
sho and her father had trunks all packed
for a European tour at tho tiino, uud
when tho news ciimo of his success tho
journey was abandoned.
General Agramonto, who served dur
ing most of tho war on General Booker's
staff, is now a notablo character in tho
City of Mexico, whero ho is tho agent of
an American Lifo Insuranco company.
IIo is still a lively follow, and wears tho
badgo of the Loynl Legion.
Einilo Grainer, tho French millionaire
is credited with having dono moro than
any other ono man townrd tho dovolop
ment of tho stato of Wyoming. In tho
eight years ho has lived there- ho has
spent $100,000 in tho work. His first
winter's oxperionco mado him a rheu
matic cripplo for lifo.
Herman Hoffer. a six-year-old boy, re
cently committed to tho Now Jersey ro
form school at Jamesburg, is a little
over four feot high, has a blond mus
tacho and can striko a blow that would
do credit to a pugilist. Ho weighs MS
pounds, can lift i!00 pounds, and sot a
barrel of flour on its end without tho
In gold rings chased bands, usually
with a small incised border, aro intended
for children. Theso usually havo a plain
disk on top intended for tho initial.
Comedy nnd tragedy appear to bo tav
orito designs in stickpins. Sometimes
thoy aro represented by two hooka in
pink shell, and again by a singlo laugh
injj faco piorceij, by a gold dagger.
MrrrirM. 111 1
518 AUSTIN ST
M. L. Winans.
LIQUOR 'g MORPHINE HARIT3.
THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T,
Tie Spot Cash Man.
Wo desiio on our part to call par
ticular and special attention of our
four thousand readeni to the big offers
made by J. II Sliope in his spot nash
ad, Mr. Shcpe also desires us to ox
press to his many customers .his sin
oero thanks for past favors to wish
them a hnppy Now Year and to prom
iso his customers for 1892 suoh prioes
for spot cash as will save thom
money. IIo has a fine Btore full of
Pino goods bought for cash or oash
discounts and with abundant capital
and, being on tho inside in buying, ho
will do all be promises and grocery
buyers will do well to rcmomber him.
Read his ad carefully from time to
timo for there's money in it.
Lidies, we havo just received fresh
stock of flower Becds.
W. L. Tookeu,
"Lion Drug Store.
When I say euro I do not rnonti inertly to stop
them for u time find limn have them return mjuln.
I mean a rndlnil euro. 1 huvo inrnlo tho illpcae
ol t ITH, KMLW'bY or 1'ALLINU BICKNi:S3
ollio lanp utmly, I warrant my rttnedy tocuru
tliuiTomtcasuj. BucauKo others havo failed la
uoruwonfornot now receiving n cure. Bend
st once lor a tn-atlae and a Free Hottlo of my
lnfulllbla remedy. UlvoKxpro8andI'ot-omco.
II. Q. ROOT, M. C, 103 Poarl St.', N. Yf