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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 9 1892.
W. A. HOWABD, M. D Physician & Surgeon. Office 121 1-2 South Fourth Streot IUtidt uce: loom 4o Pnoifio Hotel. 10-2 W. JI. WILKES, MD Btsidcncol20N9Bt W.O. WILKES, MT) ltcsldence :il9 N 12 St.. DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. 8, CHAMBERS ULOCK. SI a to at Old Corner Drag Store. Telephone at OQlco and Residences. Dr. N. T. HARRIS DENTIST. Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. EUGMK TIIOTT, 207 SoulliFiRIi Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. EUCENETROTT 207 South Fifth Street. Tho Woman's Exchange, 113 North Fourth street, is the best piano in Waco to get 1 first-olaBS meal. Block of 20 lots in Waco addition to Rookport on Herring, Kelley, Hyans and Inge streets $400 J. B. Anderson. For the best Rod freshest beof,poik mutton, veal, spirenta, fun and oystore o -o Crippen corner Fifth Mid Franklins: Don't delay, if you desiro Hook port property, it will be too high soon. X0 lot blocks for $400. J. E. Anderson. Uuohlen'a Arnica Salve. The best salvo In the world for oatt bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe ver sores, tetter, ohappod hands, ohll Mains, oorns and all skin eruptions Mid positively uires piles, or no pt) required. It is guaranteed to givi satisfaction or uoney refunded. Prlot 25 cents a box. For sale by W. B Morrison A- Co. Reward Withdrawn. Sheriff Ford this morning handed .he following to a News reporter. Tho roward of $700, heretofore of fered for the arrest of Melton and Dnnlap, charged with tho murder of Quick McLennan, is hereby with drawn and the order for its payment revoked. Dan Foiin, Sheriff of McLennan Co. Notlee of Salt). Notioo is hereby given that the St. Lovis and Southwestern Railway com pany, of Texas, will on, to wit, the 11th day of January, A. D. 1892, at nt, Ji o'clock p. in., at its freight depot, (.ituated on Mary street, in tho city of Waco, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the following diecribed property, to wit : Ono car load of lime consigned to J. B. Bakor, Waco, Toxps, and contained oar No. 6330, St. L. S. W., eituatcd in the yards of said railway company. Said property boing sold as unclaimed per ishable freight to pay storage charges, as provided by statutes of tho state of Texas. St. Louis Southwestern Railway Oomany of Texas. By J. R. Haydkn, Agent. AN ASTONISHING TONIC FOR WOMEN. Mas 3 Ft SIS' 3 It Strengthens the Weak, Quiets the Nerves, Relieves Monthly Suffering and Cures FEMALE DBSEASES. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST ABOUT IT. Sl.bO PER BOTTLE. CHATTANOOGA MED. CO., Chattanooga, Term, rniun to rdbn a tioefital. Terrible Chnrgc ARnlnsl Ten-Ycsur-Old Child In Nrw York. New York, Jan. 9. Police Justice O'Donnel of Jersey City listened to an astounding story of youthful depravity when 10-year-old Mamie Ayres was ar raigned before him. She was charged with having attempted to burn down St Francis' Hospital at. a timo when 100 patients crowded the wards. Tho evidence showed that six weeks ago the child was sent by her aunt, Mrs. Maggio Mclnery of George street, Bayonne, to (ho hospital for treatment. After her recovery tho sisters at tho hos pital put her at light work in the build ing. 'I hough her taskw wero easy even for a child of her tender yenrs. She chafed at tho restraint and longed for freedom. While sho was in this state of discontent slie says sho formed the ac quaintance of another little girl in tho hospital who bhared her longings. Ma mie refuses to give any fnrther clow to tho identity of this mysterious child. Sho says, in fact, that sho know her only as Aloisius. At any rate, it was Aloisius sho declares who put it in her head to burn the hospital down in tlio cause of freedom. Mumio was willing to securo her freedom in that way if Aloisius would start the fire. Aloisius would and Mamio supplied her with a match with which she was to set one of tho cots ablaze. Aloisius struck the match and that was all sho did. Sho wanted tho courage to do the rest. Sho returned trembling to Mamie, and Mainio said that she would do tho work herself. Now Year's ova she lighted a match and a moment later one of the cots sprang into 11a mes and tho 100 inmates wore thrown into a panic by the smell of smoke. The tact of tho sisters prevented a scene of dis order and reassured the patients they had in their cave. It took them several days to find out how and why tho blaze started. Mamio finally owned up, and her arrest followed. A Mourner In CtiMmlv Louisville, Jan. 9. Feeling for once his disgrace, Otto Besthoff, a prisoner at tho jail charged with obtaining money under falso pretenses, attended the funeral of his child with a detective at his side. Besthoff, until his arrest, was a man of unblemished reputation. Tues day ho was visited at tho jail and told that his cliild had just died. Tlio young man burst into tears. His grief was deep, mid many of the hard-hearted prisoners were affected. Besthoff pleaded to be jxnnitted to see his child, and a detective was sent with 1dm to the house. His wifo was almost pi ostrate with grief, and when she saw her hus band sho sprang to her feet nnd placed her anus around the litrlo casket, crying out in the presence of tho officers and others in the room that her husband had been tho cause of it all. Tho child was sick, sho said, and on account of tho trouble in which tho father had become involved tho proper caro coidd aot be given it. Besthoff had nothing to say, but stood silently looking at the little conwo. At tho funeral tliis afternoon ho broke down and cried like a child. Attempted Murder and Itnbbery. Littlk Rock, Jan. 9. A bold attempt to commit murder and robbery was made today at Fairfield, twelve miles from Pino Bluff, Two negroes entered the store of J. P. Murphy and engaged Charles McNally, tho clerk, in conversa tion, when suddenly 0110 of tho men seized lii'm and the other struck him on tho back of the head with n pair of brass knuckles, and then cut his mouth from ear to ear with a razor. A colored woman across tho way gavo tho alarm, when tho two men proceeded to rob tlio store and then lied, pursued by a largo number of citizens. McNally is in a very precari ous condition. Sltiiutlon Critical. Topi:ka, Kas., Jan. 9. Governor Humphrey received a dispatch from General Rohorts lat night stating it was rumored and believed in Arkalon an at tempt will bo mado to rescue the four prisoners being held. At tho suggestion of Judgo Botkin, Governor Humphrey wired General Roberts to concentrate tho forces at Springfield, stating ho would send additional forces. Tho Wichita company has been sent to Arkalon. The governor regards tho situation in Howard county as very critical and did not go to bod till a lato hour this morning in order that ho might receive any communica tions from General Roberts. Jucicsnn Iny Celelii'jit.'d lu Xuw Orlrunt. Nr.w OiiLKAXS, Jan. 9. Tho anniver sary of tho battle of Now Orleans, ono of tho important epochs in American history, was observed here today. Banks nlid public buildings, both municipal unci national, wero clood, and business prac tically suspondod. Tlio statuto of General Andrew Jackson in Jackson squaio, was appropriately decorated in honor of tho occasion and salutes of the artillery announced that tho glorous achiovment is undimmod by timo. Jackson day, as it is called, is rich in its patriotic memories of tho past, to tho jieoplo of New Orleans. .Vf'nw lltr.T"liie; Ttir'tl rv. Dr.NVKit, Jan. 9. A motion for a now trial in tho caso of Dr. Graves has been mado and Sfttimlay ilxcd as tlie day for Ihe argument. . . facoErailis "TTvTa-co Texas. What Do You Want? Do yon wont Agcntat Do yon want PnplU? Doyou want a Partner! Do you want 11 Situation; Do you want to buy Anything! Do yon want a Husband or Wife) Do ycu want Hoarder or Lodgers! Do you want any ''Help," mule or female! Doyou want Servants, Clorks or Mechanics! Doyou want to rent a Room, Houso or Storot Do yon want to tell your Good-will and Fix tares! Do .ou want to Kent or Soil your House, Of fice, Lot or Farm? Do yon want tn nay or Bell n Horse, Wagon, or any kind of Vehicle? Have you Lost or Ki.nnd anything! avo 5 ou second hand Goods of any kh-dthM yon wish to Hell or exchange) Personals or Matrimonial Advertisement?? If so, The New will publish an advertise ment in the Wnnt Column forONKOfNI" IKIl WOllD per day, or FIVE CENTS I'Kll WOllD for ono week, soven days. Tub news la tho on y paper that roes Into nearly overy readine household In Waco, and besides circulating largely In adjoining towns. Hundreds can bo referred to who have profitably advertised In Its "Wont" columns. Waco Evening News CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Advertising In this column of urged a th ratf of one cent per word for each insertion. Cash must accompany tho order, except wheo ordered by a regnlar advertiser. WANTED. WAVri:i.-Dav llo rders at 80O Anstin street. Kefcrences required. I adieu or Oen'lcmen. 17 3t TA.TEJ By a m'ddlo-ngod lady, Gover ' ness, House keeper, or seamstress, Tan give good lefercnccs. Apply at Wortn 11 m Hotel Seventh str ct. 2 9 3 t xiTAISTIJIl. -Employment In anv honor ble vv llnsiness br a youi gman who can tur nn'sh best of references A. 11. V. caro News Olllco 1 : 3 t WilN'TUH--Two or three olllces to e'ean and attend, afir school hours. In af er- oon Address Mary Holme. City, Jt "T7"ATi;iA man and wife, woman to VV cook, and man to work around the tloce. Apply to Nows Olllco 17 3 t. ... lNTIJO A position as Dairyman, by on W experlonoed miin. AdopeeHL. II. Union House 10 St WANTKD-A LADT TO CANVAS KOI Deltarte goods. Apply at 4lH), Austin street. l-fitr jviits Doss WAIN'TKI!- To buy 'ome nice second hand office fixtures. AddrcBsNews office. WAXTKW-To bnv a second-hand book, case Mutt lie cheap. Aptly nt News office. WAATEII-Tobuyasecond hand flat top desk. Must bo cheap, address Desk News ofllce. WAvrr,i. StmpH. -To buy Second hand Furniture, ( nnietf). Tools. Even thing. Waco Curiosity Shop. W A NTHI) Parties who want to Incest In In the rich agricultural lands of Central Texa, to send their address to THE WACO DAILY NEWS. Information furnished free. WA7STi;i One thousand old oulta to clean at 303 North Fourth streot. A. Friedman, successor to lbo Llttlo Frenchman. MISCELLANEOUS. poll Iti:.Vl'Part of my dwelling. 718, DntUn street Call at store 4 oJ Austin street 1-Stf JUa Doss. P"U nrvr-One suite of rooms on flrBt x Door, anil ono south 100m on second floor. Appyto Mrs. Harmon, comer of Eighth a d iiuDiUUKiini -v.uifcs. tf DEItSONA t. win the ev tleman who nn- J- lute tlnnally carried nwhltv handled silk umbrella out ( I the telegraph olllco or tho Co ton Felt t cket ofll 0 about a week atro. pleate let urn It to'MiK Nt-wsolllce. 12 bl tf A LIVE Florist can ho J r of a good opening, Applj at this olllco, 1 r lligtn and Clay streets, tf I 1.11 1) At Gaunt Ilros. Flfiocnlli and Jaok- streets No. k .'ni"'or Slacked Lime Portland, licsoudnle and Louisville Cement, 12 10 1 mo FIIIC SA l.r.-OUl pBi erg at SO cents per hun dred at Tiik t ews ulllca. POlt ltr!STKunltun Stores, Sewing Machines, Kverythlnir. Viuco 1 nrloslty Shop, 617 sue C10 Atutiii htrcct. F4II! IM'JV'r-7 room house r Duton street n.arMnth. Only $15 a month. M. C. Kingsbury A I o , til? and 0 9 Austin street. IJlOKSAI.i: U Cost I AtCostl At font I J Jewelry, Clock fcllver I'lutcd KiiItcb Forks, Sihodh, iipkln Itltu b, I'okeL and Table nltery, Merit-cop s, Ink StandB, Tic turt Frames ii' d Nttlons. This Ih the fl t time woevcradver lfedtoto'l ot coKt but we desire to bundle only New Furniture mid Second hand gooes of ail kinds. Waco Cutlos lty Shop. T i:i. i:illll'Vi:aaiint llros. for Post Oak or Ash cord wm 1, ttyo w od r Uro plarewood cut ory ltiiKth 12101 mo y o .'!' A Daper b tk salos-bo'k. between S'i'li. and 701. Norlh Ninth St cet Cinder will bo ewurd(-d by lo r ng nine at St Louis hlioo Siore, corntr Sixth and Auailn street, 17 tf thJf a When I sayctirol tlonot menn merely to stop them for a I lino and then have them return ai;alu. 1 mean a radical cure. I have made the iliseaeo of FITS.LI'ILCI'SYor TALLJNU SICKNESS a life Ion:; study. I warrant my nincdy to cure tho worst cases, llccauso others have failed is no reason for not now mccMng B cure. Smd atom a for a treatlco and a Free Bottlo of my tcfallible remedy. Llvo Express and IVH-Omce. Ii. O. ROOT, M. C, 103 Pe&rl 6t., N. Yr MY" STORE, Fine Kraut at 4 cents per pound at My Store (125 Austin ... Big Muddy! Big Muddj! Big Muddy! KG AN! KG AN! EG AN! Joe Lohman'n for oonfeotionorics 117 street loe cream and South Fourth Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joe Lohman's. Tho Woman's Exchango is man aged by a lady of oxporienoe'and ono who cannot bo excelled 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. Slkepeu Olifton &Co Everybody goes to Joo Lehman' whon they want a good moal, or iie cream. Wo givo employment to more people and have more teams engaged in do- ivering our "justly celebrated Big Muddy lump" coal than any other dealer in tho oity. "Tolephono Egan or coal." Laey's brier Creek Coal. One ton $5 50; one half ton $3.00; ono fourth ton $1.75. The Greatest Strike. Among tho groat strikes that of Dr. Miles in discovering hit New Heart Cure has proven itsoll to bo ono of the most important. Tho demand for it has beconio astonibhing. Already tho treatment of heart disease in be ing revolutionized, and many unex pected cures effected. It soon relives short breath, fluttering, pains in side, arm, shoulder, weak and hungry spells, oppression, swoling of ankles, smoth ering and heart dropsoy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart and Nervous Diseases freo. Tho uncaquled Now Hoait Cure is sold and guaranteed by II. O. Hash er & Co., also his Restorativo Nervino for headache, fits, sprees, hot flashes, nervous chills, opium habit, etc. ik s.-saaj rKxsinsKXoraicrai WKAKMSliS. Why will anyone they cau b remain weak woea MBl'.U StlOUg 1 Everyone should know thru the entlr human struptuio n, eouaiuiiiiy being torn down and rebuilt, the tunic us in tlio vegetable world the tiers shed their leavei and again put forth new shoots. Now, when the blood lK-ruines too weak to carry to the kidneys and lier this dead tissue that should lie icinnicd, the whole system becomes enervated and a litn.'?sed feeling of wcaUneisand unnatural futiKtit; follow. One feels half dead, to to speak, and liter ally U half (load, the old tissue clinging In FEEL particles throughout, the syMi we the forming of new tiss tPtn, prevent ing the terming 01 nr.w tissue una iu awakening of new life. At such times a metllcinu that will enliven tlio blood, re move its hluggishnejs, inl it with red cor puscles, and strengthen It, N necefsary. There is only one such medicine mid that is Dr. John Hull's Sarsapjrilht. Its uction on tiic blood is like tin- cllcet of cream on coffee, if nwirt it wid. Do you want to feci thoexuboranceof perfect health? Doyou want to feel strong and full of life in every part? Do you want to incrvare J our self control and be a jitrftct man or perfect woman, fice from the unnatural tenden cies of wasting and di-liilitatinc diseases? Then use Dr. Hull's Sursn pat ilia. It will make you feci new nnd full of strength. T. D. llurrows, Con lniUmi, Ky., wrltesi "I would now be in my crnvo hud I not used Dr. Uiitl'i Hartnpiirlila. I whs pale, lUtloss, and so weak that I spent more than MALF DEAD? half mv time lying In bed. My memory won baa. I could not concentrate iny mind on business or anything. My uli'.uis wer restless, nnd my dreams unnaturally vivid. I lost flesh, and seemed to bo waiting nway. I crew despondent, nnd constantly fearful that something evil was going to happen. Tho umiilleit out would run Into ivsoie, and my blood was tain and cold. I hraid Hull's Bnrtaparllla wnau good tlieiiKtlieului; med- Seine, and so gavo it a trial. It lias mnda Ife seem dlflorent to 111c, nnd tilled mt with aotlvlty, hopu aud deleriiduatlon, wlillomy health Is all I could desire." Mrs. Lucy Itcdol, Liiwrenreburtt, Ind.. writes: " 1 was weak and nervous, weighed only clghty-slY pounds, took twpiity-turc bottles of Dr. Hull's Karsaparllla, and grew strong and fat, I now weigh 117 pounds. rt S"If ynu love your child, look after 1U welfare by occasionally Klvlng it Dr. Johm liull's Worm Destroyers. They never d harm nud will keep It well. aurBmlth'sTonloRyriip cures chills nnd fever after quinine bus failed. It Ih pirn ant to take, und novcr fulls torurr. 'iouds yourself n wroui; to uso quinine or any other chill medicine. John D. Pabk & Sons, W'hoUmle Agenlt, lib, 177 and 179 Sycamore Ut,, Clnoluuutl, O. 01 LADIES ATTENTION! Woman, Lovely woman, ono bottlo of my oelebrat d Tonti will permanently enlarge your fiim4 Indies In 'Jj days, ft'iil rrakoyou as' beautiful as Cfeopatrs, or money refunded, i'rlre only 12 09, Womnn'son y trno Trlond, for It no-er falls. To.tn, (dorl us Tonii -will make tho leanest person fat, and remove those horrid wrlnklts. Bend for tealed rlroa lar. M US. Hit IIILLKK. 2ll WAiualf Ayb.nub, Cincauo, Iixs Our goods and our prices do our advertising, wo And it best in tho long run. Paiikeh DllOrJ. A FATAL SHOT Tho McAllistor Mlno Causae! by Explosion THE FIRING OF A SHOT WHILE Tlirrr ivu Cum lu.ilkc irl Inc Somo ol Tlio IMon i:.euicl lint Over 2(0 I.tc Hurled ul tlio lloltniu or tlio Shall. Special to,Tlio News: McAllistkh, 1. T., Jan. 9. Tbo explosion whioh ooourrcd in shaft No. 5 of the Osago 00a! mining company, at 5 o'clook Thursdav evening, was a horrible thing, and ooourrcd juBt be fore tho day shift. Tho initio is lo cated live miles oast from hero. This morning it is learned that there were 350 mon in tho inino at tho timo of tho explosion, and it oan bo safely nsecrted that 200 lio dead at tho bot tom. At 7 o'jlook this morning ton dead men woro brourjht out and only ono was rooogniacd, tho remains be ing so badly mutilated. Tho bottom of tho shaft has been readied, and a mass of dead bodies wero exposed to the view of the rescuing party. Forty-five mon oanio out by an old entrance, and forty-two wero saved through tho shaft, but must of theeo will dio lrom burns nnu 111 juricn received. This loaves 22-1 men in tho mine, who arc doubtloss dead. Hundreds of anxious wivos and mothers arc eagerly watching tho cago as it cornea to tho top of tho sur face, hoping to soe their loved ones, onlv to turn away disappointed. Tho explosion was caused by tho firing of a shot whon gas was in tho mine. A Sound Liver Makes a Woll Man. Aro you Bilious, Constlpatodand troublod with Jaundice SichHeiid aohe, Bad Tasto In Mouth, Flln Breath, Coated Touguo, Dyppopsla Indigostloii, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in Back and botwoon tho Shoulders, Chills and Foyer, Ao. If you have any of those symptoms, your lJvor Is out of order your blood is plowly boing polsonod, bocauso your Liver doos not not properly. Hmihinb will ouro any dlsordor ol tho Llvor,tUoui iich orBowols. It has no equal as a Liver Modi olne. Pnoo 76 cents Freo sample bottlo at H. C. Rishor's Drug Store. Tulia JLot Garden spot of tho groat Panhandle ltich loamy soil. Great wheat country. Tulia Iot. Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher county. Ono of the finest counties in tho great l'anhandlo. Court Iiouho, churches, schools, u., ao. Tulia !Lots. Swisher county is developing rapidly. Thousands aro t'oinf' to tho Panhan dle daily and the man with tho plow is daily going to bvvisher county. Tulia Llfce A protty town in tho prettiest country in tho world. Land level as a floor and producing immonso crops of all ocreals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia Lots. ISvcrlnsting freestone pure water in illimitablo quantities at twenty-live to thirty feet. Tulia 'JLots. Are in a growing town, in n growing county, Property is advancing daily and will contiuuo to advanco in a way to niaLo tho head Bwim, Huy now Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now ashed. Kor maps, plats and otlior particu lars apply to IB HI Franklin strct t. A :i-ohtim:cijiii:oi' t" LIQUOR g MORPHINE HAPITS. CAU, ONOI1AKDUKSS THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T. K m m m