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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 11 1892.
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W. A. HOWARD, M. D
Physician & Surgeon.
Office 121 1-2 South Fourth Stroot
lutidtncc: locin 4o Pacific Bote.
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W. II. W ILK KS , M D W . O . WILKES , M TJ
llesidcnce 120N3 Mt Itcsldenco ail) N 12 8r.
DRS WILKLS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
t8, CHAMBUUSlILOCK.
HIato n Old Corner Drug Bloro. Telepnono
nt Offlco and Residences.
Dr. N. T. HARRIS
Office 011 Austin Street ovei
First National Bank.
O O T.
EUGENE TttOTT,
207 South Fillli Street.
Best coal in any quantity
delivered promptly. Prices
as low as the lowest.
ECCERETROTT
2O7 South Fiftb Street.
Tho Woman's Exchange, 113 North
Fourth street, is tho best placo it
Waco to get a first-class meal.
Block of 20 lots in Waco addition
to Rookport on Herring, Kelley,
Kyans and Inge 6trccts $400.
J. E. Anderson.
For tho best arid frcBhcst bcof,pork
mutton, veal, spueribs, Gh an d
ojsiorB o to vnppen corner rmu
and Fr'ankling
Don't delay, if you desire Rock
port property, it will be too high soon.
20 lot blocks for $400.
J. E. Anderson.
Buoblun'd Arnica Bnlvo.
The beat salvo in the world for cuts
braises, sores, uloers, salt rheum, fe
ver soros, tetter, ohapped hands, chll
blalnB, oorns Dd all skin eruptions
and positively oures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to givt
satisfaction or 'jioney refunded. Prloi
25 cents a box. For sale by W. B
Morrison & Co.
Reward Withdrawn.
Sheriff Ford this morning handed
tho following to a News reporter.
Tho reward of $700, heretofore of
fered for tho arrest of Melton and
Dunlap, charged with the murder of
Chick McLennan, is hereby with
diawn and the order for its payment
revoked.
Dan Foni),
Sheriff of McLennan Lo.
Notice of Sals.
Notice is heroby given that the St.
Lovis and Southwestern Railway com
pany, of Texas, will on, to wit, tho
11th dny of January, A. D. 1892, at
at 2 o'clock p. m., at. its freight depot,
situated on Mary street, in tho city ol
Waco, sell at public auotion to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following
discribed property, to wit : One oar
load of lime consigned to J. B. Baker,
Waco, Texss, and oontainod car No.
C330, St. L. S. W., situated in tho
yards ot said railway oompany. Said
proporty being sold as unclaimed per
ishable freight to pay storage charges,
as providod by statutes of tho state of
Texas.
St. Louis Southwestern Railway
Coniany of Texas. By
J. It. Hatdkn,
Agent.
Will Reopen.
E. E. Thompson will reopen in a few
days with a lxrgor and better stock of
paints, oils, paper, etc, embracing a
more comploto Btock than ever beforo
carried in Waoo.
Mrs. Dr. Lenormand.
The world ronowned European
Medium, Tolls your entiro life, past,
present and future Discovers stolen
property. Parlors at 405 'Washington
street. This is the opportunity of a
lifetime.
Don't buy any wedding presont
until you examine the finest lino in
Waco at L. Newiiuuo's.
D jmnau & Bro's old stand.
GROWING MONOTONOUS
Is Chile's Delay in Making a
Reparation.
OTHER NEWS EEOM WASHINGTON.
Disposition to .Hhlctrnrlc the Silver Ques
tion, ns AiUociiti-il ly Mr. 31 1 II, Grow Ins
Stronger A Hill tit Abolish Tcdurul
I'CPR.
Washington, Jan. 11 . Theio seem
to bo a disposition growing on tho part
of government ofllcinls to chafo at the
courso that is being pursued by Chile in
the present controversy. Various docu
ments presented to tho state department
from timo to timo would seem to out
wardly indicate that Chile was making
all tho judicial headway possible in in
vestigating tho "Valparaiso riots. But
the demand of the United States for nn
apology and indemnity has never been
mentioned. Tho conviction and tho
punishment of a few Chileans will not
meet tho requirements of tho govern
ment unless regret is oxpressed and
reparation rendered. An official of the
stato department, in discussing
tho matter, remarked: "Chile can
indict all tho men sho wants.
Sho can hang half of her popu
lation if sho desires, yet she will be far
from satisfying the demands of the
United States. Sho may hold trials from
now until doonihday and keep her exe
cutioners busy night uud day, but until
sho tells this government that she apolo
gizes for what sho has occurred, sho has
inado no reparation. The United States
is not concerned in Chile's domestic legal
policy, nor in tho outcome of tho riot,
except so far as tho original demand is
concerned. To bo sure it is very courte
ous and polite in that government to
keep us so well informed about the prog
ress of tho legal steps being taken
in Valparaiso, yet tho wholo case
is drifting uncomfortably toward a con
dition tbat savors of crumb throwing.
This view.in my opinion, is strengthened
by the frequent use in theso dispatches
of such phrar-es as a "deplorable inci
dent" and 'unfortunate affair" that fonn
a vivid background of regret on the part
of the Chilean government. Tho vulgar
vernacular would suggest tho worst
"bluff," with unpleasant emphnsis.
Senor Montt very properly declines to
be interviewed upon the question. Ho
bulieMs, however, that a speedy trial
will follow tho indictments found and
that tho result should bo known within
two weeks.
rifty-sccond Congress.
Washington. Jan. 11. The Fifty
second congress is now in the second
mouth of its existence, and yet it has not
materially advanced any legislation, nor
is the present week likely to work any
change in this particular. The senate is
waiting on tho house, where the appro
priation bills must originate, and in tho
absence of rules conferring tho necessary
authority tho house committees are un
ablo to report tho measures.
On the calendars of the senate there is
nothing of general interest nud there is
little prospect of any reports coming
from committees at an early day in tho
week, so beyond listening to speeches
and considering nominations in execu
tive fcc.ssion there will bo little for tho
senato to do. Tho house has no pro
gramme of business for tho week. It is
still embarked on its sea of "general par
liamentary practice" and until a code of
raleB is framed its courso of proceedings
depends upon conditions that arises from
day to day.
Committees as yet have tlono nothing
more than effect organization, bo it is
unlikely that any incisure will bo on tho
house calendars for action beforo next
week. Under a temporary order of tho
house mado to facilitate business prior to
the adoption of a full set of rales Monday
will be devoted to tho introduction of
bills nndor a call of states. The com
mittee on accounts expect to report early
in the week a resolution making the
usual assignment of clerkships to the
committees. Thoro is some opposition
to tho allowance of clerks to tho smaller
committees, which may lead to prolonged
debate on tho necessity to force economy
in expenditure.
Mr. Blount, chairman of tho commit
tee on foreign nifairs, moved a reconsid
eration of the vote by which tho house
refused concurrence in tho senate resolu
tion making an appropriation to charter
supply vessels for tho relief of the Rus
sian famine sufferers, and if an opportu
nity comes ho will endeavor during tho
week to havo tho houso agree to n refer
ence of tho resolution to tho committee
on foreign affairs.
Unilor Two Serious Churg-ns.
Lexington, Mo., Jan. 11. A young
man giving his limno as William Storall
was jailed hero charged with burglary.
IIo fully unsworn to a printed description
and resembles in overy way a photograph
of Arthur D. Sloan, wanted at Blair,
Washington county, Neb., for tho mur
der on Oct. 1, 1891, of B. J. Baldwin and
his faon, John Baldwin, at Fort Niobrara,
Neb. Sloau was anested in Iowa in
NovemlMir ami recalled from tho Wash
ington county jail Dec. 11.. Ho claims
to be from Johnstown, Pa., and thnt ho
was never further west than Lexington.
Tho sheriff at Blair has boon notified.
Governor Thayer has offered a reward
oi l(Hi -mil Wm-liiiirrrnn rounty $200 for
the capture of Uio murderer.
ffaco ETBBiis lews
"Waco Terras.
What Do You Want?
no yon want Agenti?
Do you want Pupils!
Doyou want Partner!
Do you want a Situation;
Do you want to buy Anything!
Do yon want a Husband or WH el
IX) ycu want Hoarders or I-oiIrtb?
Do you want any ' Help," male or femnlef
Do you want Servants, Clerks or Mechanics?
Doyou want to rontnlloom, Home or Storcl
Do you want to sell your Good-Will and Fix
tures) Do aou want to Rent or Sell your llouso, of
fice. Lot or Farm!
Do you want to liny or Soil a Horse, Wagon, or
any kind of Vehicle?
Have you Lost or H',,und anything?
Havo on second hand Goods of any klrd thil
yon wish to soil or exchange?
Personals or Matrimonial Advertisements?
If to, Thk News will publish an advortlse
ment in the Want Coin nm for ONI! ON PER
WOUD per day, or FIVE CKNTS PICK WORD for
ono week, seven days.
Tin news is the on ypapcr tbat rocs into
nearly every readlne household In Waco, and
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns.
Hundreds can be referred to who have profitably
advertised In ltg"Wunt" colunmH.
Waco Evening News
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS.
Advertising In this column obarged a th
rat-of odo cent per word for each Insertion.
Cash must accompany the order, except where
ordered by a regnlar advertiser.
WANTED.
WANTEO-Dnv rto rdera at Sou Austin
street. References required, i miles or
Ocn lemtn. 17 3t
VtANTl!!)-. IJv a m'ddle-ogod lody, Gover
yv nem, House Peeper, or seamstress,
Can give good 'ef'rcnccs. Aiply Rt Wortn
ii m Hotel Scveuth sir ct 2 93t
WANTri--Krnplnjment In nnv honor hie
linsinefs b a you g man who can tur
un'sh best of references A.iil.t!. tore News
OlUce 1 7 3 t
WtrVT j:h Two or threo olllcea to e'enn
and attend, ufir school hour-,, In nf cr
oon Address awry iioimej, uny. J t
WAIN ri:i A man and wife, woman to
cook, and man to work around tho
place. Apply to News Olllce 17 3 t.
., . N'T ED A position OB Dairyman, by an
W experienced num. Ailopeen i,. II
Union House 103t
IXMSTKD-A LADY TO CANVAS FOR
" uelcarte goods. Apply at vox Austin
street. 1-Mf LI nn Docs.
At AN TED To buy e,mo nice second hand
. .- uiu;u ujburtre,- jtuurees evM. imce.
w
ANTED To hnv 0 second-hand hook.
case. Jiusl bo cheap. Apjly at News
office
WANTED To buy a second hand flat top
desk. JhiBt he cheap. ddreeB DeBk
ews office.
WANTED- lo liny Second land Fnrnttnre,
' Stoves, ( arpeiB, Tools, Everything.
waco curiosity biiop.
1.17 ANTED Parties who want to lores' in
iu wie ricu agricultural inuua 01 enirui
Txa, to semi tl clr address to THK WACO
DAILY NEWS. Intormotlon furnished froe.
WANTED Ono thousand old suits to
clean at 1103 North Fourth streot A
Friedman, successor lie little Frenchman,
B-'JM
MlSCELLAhtiuUS.
ROlI KENTVarl or my dwelling. 718,
L Dutttn Btrect Call at sturo I oi Austin
street. 1-fitf M Dots.
TJ" K KENT One sulteef rooms on fl'Bt
-1- floor, anil ono south room on second floor.
Appyto Mrs. Harmon, corner or Eighth a d
ViiiBhlngton trotts. tr
PEKSONAI WHHhogo'-tleman who un
it te .tlnnally carried nwhit- bandl.d silk
umbrella out tl the telegraph olllce or tho
Co ton l-elt t'Ckct ofll o abont a week ago.
pleate le turn It to IukKlwh olllco. 12 bl tf
A LIVE Florist can hes rot a good opening,
Applj at this ollloe, cr Eigth and Clay
streets. tf
LIME At Gaunt Bros. Flnernlh and Jack
MreeU' Hoik l.nC or Slmkcil l.uno
l'ortlaud, nceoLilnlo and Lonlsvl'lo Cement,
12 IU 1 mo
7H SALE-- Old papers at '.'0 cents per hun
dred nt Thk ruVB olllce.
FOKItENT..Furiltnn-, Stoves, Sewing
Machines, Everything, Waco curiosity
bliop, C17anc 010 Anttlu street.
FOIt KENT 7 Joom limifefn Dutonntroet
mar Ninth. Only (15 a month, M. C.
Kliifshury Co., G17 und C 9 Aust u street.
FOIt SALE At Cost! AtOstl At f'ostl
Jewelry, Clock" silver Plated Knives
Forks, Sprons, hatikln Itlnrs, Po kel and
Table I ultrry, FterUcop" s, Ink Stai dB, PIo
tnre Frames at d Notions. Ibis Is the flat
time we ever advertised to teM at cost but we
deslru to handlo only New Fnrnltoro and
Second hand gooes of all kinds. Waco Cuilos
Ity bhop.
TEI.EIIIONE--Gaunt Jlros. for Tost Ook
or Ash cord wi on, ftoo wroil r Are
place wood cut ncy length IS lo 1 mo
LOnTa Doper b-rk sales-bck. between
S'xih, and 701, North Ninth st eft r'l der
will be (awarded by ley ng tmc at Rtl.ouU
hhoB Store, cirntr Sixth and Aus In street.
17 tf
I and Whiskey Habits
i cured at home ultn.
loutpalu. Uookofpor.
I tlcu'arjsent I'ltliK.
i n. m.woollev.m u
'AllsuUuUn. omcelDJK WJiltetiUB
yriaift
MY STORE, Fine Kraut at -1 cents
per pound at My Store 025 Austin
Bier Muddy I Big Muddvl Big Muddy!
EG AN I liGANl EG AN!
Joe Lehman's for ice oream and
oonfeotioncries 117 South Fourth
street
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joo
Lehman's.
Tho Woman's Exohango is man
aged by a lady of oxporienoo and ono
who cannot be excelled in gotting up
a tempting bill of faro.
You oan buy a good shoo from a
good houso. Wo kcop tho class of
shoe that you want.
Sleeper Clifton & Co
Everybody goes to Joo Lehman's
when they want a good meal, or he
oroatn.
Wo give employment tomorepcoplo
and havo more teams engaged in de
livering our "justly oelebrated Big
Muddy lump" coal than any other
dealer in tho city. "Telephono 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 the great stiikes that of Dr.
Miles in discovering hit Now Heart
Curo has proven itsoli to bo ono of
the most important. Tho demand for
it has becomo astonishing. Already
tho treatment of heart disease is be
ing revolutionized, and many unex
pected cures elie oted. It soon relives
short breath, fluttering, pains in side,
arm, shoulder, weak und hungry spells,
oppression, swcling of ankles, smoth
ering and heart dropsoy. Dr. Miles'
book on Heart and Nervous Diseases
free. The uncaquled Now Heait Curo
is sold and guaranteed by H. (1. Rish
er & Co., also Iub Restorativo Nervino
for headache, iits, sprees, hot flashes,
nervous chills, opium habit, etc.
M.'xsuaHUEa&tEasmmvtnnBm
VKAKM3SS.
Why will anyone remain weak when
they can bo made strong 1
Everyone should know that the entire
human structtuc is constantly being torn
down and rebuilt, tin- .same us In the
vegetable world the trees shed their leavei
and again put forth new shoots. Now,
when the blood heroines loo weak to carry
to the kidneys and Inertias dead tissue
that should lie removed, the whole system
becomes enervated and a distressed feeling
of weakness and unnatural fatigue follows.
One feels halt dejd, to to speak, nnd liter
ally is half dead, the old tissue clinging in
DO YOU FEEL
particles throughout the system, prevent
ing the forming of new tissue and the
wakening of new life. At such times
medicine that will enliven the blood, re
move its sluggishness, fill it with red cor
puscles, and strengthen it, is necessary.
Tbero is orslv one such medicine and thnt
is Dr. John hull's Sarsaparilla Its action
on the blood is likn the ellcct of cream on
coffee, it nudes it good. Do you v, ant to feci
tho exuberance of perfect health? Doyou
want to feel strong and full of life in evenr
part? Do you want to increase your self
control and bo a perfect ninn or perfect
woman, fiee from the unnatural tenden
cies of wasting nnd dchilitullng diseases?
Then use Dr. Bull's Harsanarilla, It will
make you feel new and full of stiength.
T. D. Harrows, Covington, Ky., wrlteil
"I would now bo In my grave hud 1 not
uied Dr. Hull's Snrsnparllla. I was pale,
llstluhs, nnd so weak thnt 1 spent more than
HALF DEAD?
half mv time lylne in bed. My memory
was baa. I could not concentrate my mind
on business or anything. My ulgliU wers
restless, nnd my dreams unnaturally vivid.
I lost flesh, and seemed to be wasting away,
I grew dehnondont, and constantly fearful
that something ovll was going to happen,
Tho smallest ant would run Into u sore, and
ray blood wan thin and cold. 1 heaid Dull'
Barsaparlllu was a good strengthening med
Iclue, and so gavo It a triul. It lias mad
life seem different to me, nnd filled tn with
activity, honn and determination, while tuy
health Is nil I could desire."
.,irn k.uejr iil-udi. i.m leui-uuMrg;, itiu..
writes: "I was weak and nervous, weighed
only elghty-slx pounds, took tuenty-thret
bottles of Dr. Hull's Harsaparllla, and grew
strong and fat. I now weigh 117 pounds.
B"If yon love your child, look after IU
welfare by occuslonally giving It Dr. John
Cull's Worm Destroyers. They never da
harm ami will keep it well.
MrSmlthMTonloByrup cures chills nut
(ever after quinine has failed. It is pleas
ant to take, nnd never fulls tocure. You da
yourself u wrong to use quinine or any
other chill medicine.
John D. Pauk & Sons, Wholeiale Agents,
175, 177 and 178 Sycamore 8L, Cincinnati, O.
(Bl
LADIES ATTENTION!
Woman, Lovely woman, one bottle of my
celebrated Tonti will permanently enlarge
your fnn Indies In 'J days, a id irako yon
aa beautiful as Cleopatra, or money refunded.
Price only tl 00, W'onmn'a rn y truo friend,
for It ne rr falls. Tontt, glorl ns Tonti
will make tho leanest prson fat. and remove
those horrid wrlnklts. Send for cealed circu
lar. MltH.UIC MILLEH.
341 WAiusu Avenue, Ciiicaoo, Ilas
i ii i
Our goods and our prices do our
advertising, we find it best in the
long run.
Parkkh Bnos.
In Their Now Offleo,
Among tho first to accept elegant
ofliceB in tho ii"v Provident building
on Fourth and Franklin streets, is tho
Grm of Piokott & Dugolby. Thoy
aro snugly ensconsed in imposing
rooms on the third floor, ond their
sign, Pipkott & Dugolby, Auditors
ond Adjusters, is handsomoly display
ed on tho groat windows on tho north
wo?t corner of tho great building.
Tho new offices aro among tho finest
in tho city, most handsomely fur
nislicd ami a credit to taste. In their
now business, whioh is ono greatly
needed in Texas, they have met with
great encouragement and the evi
dences are that will soon bo over
crowded with work. Call on them and
tako a look at their olegant low
quarters. Merchants and others will
savo monoy by calling in their servi
ces on complicated aocouuts.
Dr. Willis, Specialist.
Owing to inojeasod business, I will
remain at Waoo till Juno,loo2. Will
say to all who aro alllioted with Con
sumption, Bronohitis, Asthma and
Catarrh, call and sco his Jiciorocm for
treating said diseases. Jlot medicated
steam taken dircot to diseased parts
by inhalation. A positivo cure in
most oases.
Will restore hearing when dcafncBS
is caused by catarrh. Am also pro
paired to treat fomalo disorders,
rheumatism, liver and kidney diseases',
neuralgia. Hay fovor ana la grippo
relieved promptly.
llooms up stairs over MoKcnnon
Bros. & Co's. drug store.
Office hours, !) to 12 a. in,; 3 to 0
p. m.
it you want lresh oysters sorved in
a tempting manner, call at the Wo
man's Exchange, 113 North Fourth
streot.
A Sound Liver Makes a Woll Man.
Aro you Bilious, Coustlpatodand
troubled with Jaundlco SichHcnd
aoho, Bad TaBto In Mouth, Flln
Broath, Coatod Tongue Dyppopsla
Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Pain In
Back and botwoon tho (Shoulders,
Chills and Poyor, &o. If you havo
any of tlioso symptoms, your Lilvor is
out of ordor your blood is plowly
boing poisoned, bocauso your Llvor
does not not proporly. HutuiNr. will
curo any disorder of the Llvor,rilona
aeh orBowols. It has no oqual as
Llvor Modi cluo. l'rioo 75 tents Free
satnplo bottlo attl. C. RihIioi'b Drug
Storo.
Tulia JLof
Garden spot of the great Panhandle.
Rich loamy soil. Great wheat oountry.
Tulia lot.
Tulia is tho county scat of Swisher
county. Ono of tho finest counties
in tho great Panhandle. .Court houso,
chnrohes, sohools, r., ac
Tulia !Lots.
Swisher county is developing rapidly.
1 liousanus aro going to tho ranh au
dio daily and the man with tho plow
is daily going to Swisher county.
Tulia lotSe
A pretty town in tho prettiest oountry
in tho world. Land level as a iloor
and producing immonso orops of all
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Tulia JLt.
Everlasting freestone puro wator in
illimitable quantities at twenty-tivo to
thirty foot.
Tulia Lt.
Aro in a growing town, in a growing
county. Property is advancing daily
and will continue to advance in a way
to maLo the head hwiin. Buy nov;
Dcn't delay a day. Lots cheap as
dirt at prices now askol.
For maps, plats and othor particu
lars apply to
1. ii. Hi
411 Franklin street.
IFOKTilKCUItEOK
LIQUOR jg MORPHINE HAWb.
;all on on ajdhi:s.n
THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF
Indian Territory.
OKLAHOMA CtTY, O. T.
ildy,
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