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riirsiGiAX aki svitai:ux,
Wnco, - Ttxas.
Slato nt Old Corner Drug 8toro.
Ofllco liours at rosldenco, from 2 to 4
p. m. No. M08 South Eighth Htroot.
Residence :H9 N 12 St,.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Slato at Old Cottier Drag Store, Telephone
at ODJco and Residences.
Office on Austin Street over
First National Bank.
mm thott,
207 South Fifth Street.
Best coal in any quantity
delivered promptly. Prices
as low as the lowest.
207 Sruth Fiftb 8troet.
Block of 20 lots in Waco addition
to Rockport on Herring, Kelley,
flyans and Ingo streets $400
J. E. Andhrson.
Tho Big Muddy lump is strictly
oold-weather coal. Tolepbono Egan
or ooal.
You can buy a good bdoc from a
good bouso. Wo keep the olass of
shoe that you want.
8lkepf.r Clifton & Co
For the best and freshest beof,pork
mutton, veal, sptreribs, fhh aa d
oysters 0 10 Crippcn corner Fifth
and Frankling '
Don't delay, if you desiro Rook,
port property, it will be too high soon
20 lot blocks for $400.
J. E. Anderson.
Our goods and our prices do our
advertising, we find it best in the
long run.
Parker Bros.
A J. Leslie for first-class watob
dock and jowelry repairing. Same
building with II. E. 'Ambold Anstin
Wo give employment to more people
and havo more teams engaged in do
livering our "justly celebrated Big
Muddy lump" coal than any other
dealer in tho city. "Telephone Egan
or coal."
Rockport lots have two strings on
fortunes bow, Orange and Grapo cul
ture, and will doublo in value in a fow
months as it is the coming deop
water port. J. E. Anderson.
Dr. Goo. P. Maun, dentist. Full
ett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50.
If you want the best cheap coal in
Waco telephone Laoy for tho Brikr
Buy lots and blocks now in Waco
addition to Rookport, and start Orange
Groves and Grape Vineyards, and
jour fortuno is doubly assured. As
these knds aro enhancing in value
every day. Seo an article from a
Rockport paper in another column.
J. E. Anderson.
Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Ilurd of Groton, S. D wo quote:
"Was taken with a bad cold, whioh
settled on my Lungs, couch set in and
finally terminated in Consumption.
Four doctors gave mo up saying I
could live but a short time. I gavo
myself up to my Saviour, determined
if I could not stay with my friends on
earth, I would meet my ab-ont ones
above. My husband was advised to
get Dr. King's Now Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I
gave it a trial, took in all eight bot
tles; it has oured mo and thank God I
am now a well and hearty woman."
Trial bottleB free at W. B. Morrison
& Co.'s Drug Storo, regular size, 50o.
and $1.
MflBHflni'KP nJsn Grade Eduction for
rVULITflRY Gupsrlor Hymens, Bait
mill I Mil I jj&thllf 0 tiectrl, yjght.
flHAnPMV BtcomHut. "JfU.M..r.
MUHUkln I pudoU. HTk'KT smilCS, UU.
Report Everything
as Lovely,
80 Say Chairman Idler of Yoiikum mul
Otliur Strikers Oihi nftlio flum-ds Aecl
lU'iitully SllimtH IllniHi'lf HcKoltlt limit ol
Sympathy by tliu Farmers' Allluiico.
Yoakum, Tex., Jnn. 18. All trains
moved as usual Sunday. Now men are
coming on to tnko tho place of tho
strikers, and tho string of lighted
cabooses is longer each night.
Chairman Bd Kiler returned from
San Antonio Sunday and on being inter
viewed Mild that nothing now could bo
said on tho situation; that the strike is
no nearer a solution than when it first
(dnrtod; that nil tho railroad employes
of all the roads in San Antonio, and bo
far as we can learn at every other con
necting point, positively refuse to han
dle Sap frtght until tho striko is settled
satisfactorily to tho strikers; that tho
strike has just commenced.
Others of tho strikers, howover, ex
pressed tho opinion preivously icported
that it would bo settled in a few days.
Tho strikers say that all freight from
tho S.ip has been positively refused by
the train men at San Antonio, West
Point, Wallia and Eagle Lake, also that
tho Sap has not yet got a freight traiu
into Waco.
A reporter was requested to deny
jj0 1
report that one of tho engineers was go
ing back to work. Interviewing tho en
gineer referred to, ho did not deny tho
report, but said ue did not know any
thing about it and that ho had not re
ported for duty.
Ono of tho guards named Alwine acci
dentally shot himself about 8 o'clock
Sunday morning. If 0 was stooping over
washing his face when his pistol, a 45
calibro, fell out of tho scabbard and was
discharged, the ball passing through his
right shoulder and lung and coming out
through the back, inflicting a dangerous
wound from which ho is not expected to
'Din Fanners' Allianco passed resolu
tions of sympathy and support to tho
strikers at a meeting here.
Tho engineer, Jnmeson, charged with
aggravated assault on "Smoky" Hall,
waived examination and was bound
over to appear before tho county court.
Counter charges wore sworn out against
"Smoky" Hall for abusive language,
aggravated assault and carrying a pistol.
On the last two charges ho waived ex
amination and was bound over to appeal
before the county court. On tho first
chargo ho will have 11 hearing before
Judge Montgomery noxt Wednesday.
A meeting was hold by tho strikers on
tho question of the merchants selling to
now employes, at which it was finally
decided that tho strikers mtorposo no
more objections to tho merchants selling
to scabs or anyono else. Somo of the
merchants wero already selling them,
and it was decided that it would bo un
just to place their friends at a disadvan
tage; also that as thoy would otherwise
buy what they needed elsowhoro thoy
might as woll havo their money in the
A telegram has been received at the
railroad offico hero from General Super
iutendent Sands denying tho report that
carpenters' nnd bridgemen's wages aro
to bo cut CO cents a day. Tho road re
ports that everything is moving along
nicely and that tho freight service is im
proving. Thoy havo all tho blacksmiths
they need nt tho shops nnd a sufficient
number of machinists nnd boiler makers
for present requirements.
Sltnatlonat Sun Antonio.
San Antonio, Jan. 18. Thero was a
carload of cedar posts sot iu on train 22
of tho Southern Pacific from tho Aran
mw Pass, and tho Southern Pacific train
men most positively refused fo handle it,
and tho engineer said that before he
would handlo it ho would cut tho engine
looso and put it in tho roundhouse, that
his engine had never pulled scab freight
and never would whilo ho stood iu and
was in chnrgo of it. Tho car was side
tracked, and none of tho men discharged
for failing to handlo it. This is regarded
as a test caso.
A telegram recoived hero from Tayloi
announces that two train loads of coal
wero mado up in tho yard thoro for ship
ment hero to tho Aransas Pass railway,
but no crows could bo found to handle
them and they aro still standing in the
yard there. It is oxpected that tho vari
ous railway operatives all over tho Btate,
and possibly all over tho United States,
will follow tho oxamplo of tho Aransas
Pass employes. Since tho striko a num
ber of men havo concluded to federate
Six of tho old employes, station agents
of tho Sap, havo been on their applica
tion restored to their former positions 01
similar ones. Thoy wero at Runge,
Giddings, Gannhl, Yorktown, Winches
ter and other points.
A large meeting of citizens, under the
auspices of tho liberal association, was
held at convention hnll. After a lengthy
nddress by Professor O. A. Phelps on the
question of individual liberty of the
torvant and tho tyrrany of tho master,
tho following resolutions wero adopted
Whereas, thoro is now a striko iii
progress between tho employes of the
San Antonio and Aransas Pass railway
and tho receivers thereof: and
Whereas, the facts Hud justice of the
striko is on tho bido of the strikers; and
Whereas, wo recognize tho fact that
tho interests of a few men are upheld
wlulo those of baid employes and the
community at largo aro entirely ignored
now. therefore bo it
Resolved, that it is tho will of this
meeting that tho public generally oughl
to rally to tho support of tho strikers
and bo it furthor
Resolved, that our heartfelt sympa
thies aro with tho men, their wives and
children; and bo it further
Resolved, that it is our opinion that
tho striko should bo at once terminated
in favor of tho striking employes; and be
it further
Resolved, that wo appeal to Judgo W.
W. King to remove tho great obstruc
tion to such termination, to-wit: tho
wrecker of railroad companies; and bo it
Resolved, that the businessmen of our
city aro horoby appealed to to attend en
masse the meeting to bo held at conven
tion hall and uso every endeavor to ter
minate tho striko and prevent its spread
ing; and bo it further
Resolved, that tho thanks of tho meet
ing bo tendered to Professor O. A. Phelps
for his ablo and eloquent address, and
wo licroby invite him to remain in our
midst and deliver a series of lectures;
and bo it further
Resolved, that wo thoroughly detest
nnd hold up to public scorn all Bcabs,
and especially men who toll themselves
for a fow paltry dollars to harass, nrrost
unu suooi uown meir ieiiuwcmzcua, auu
be it further
Resolved, that wo earnestly hope and
expect all employes on connecting lines
of the San Antonio and Aransas Pass
railway will bo true to their principles
and stand by the strikers in this con
test. Still Aiiir-Iicnttlve.
FLonnsviLLK, Tex., Jan. 18. Tho San
Antonio and Aransas Pass passenger
trains continue to run on time and tho
local freight trains havo been in opera
tion several days; still all apprehension
of tho effect of tho striko has not been
dispelled. It is insisted by the strikers
I and their sympathizers that a general
I strike will ensue as soon as Aransas Pass
I freight is offered for shipment on other
. lines. If this is true a genoral
tie-up is imminent unless somo set
tlement is made. Floresville is ex
ceedingly anxious about tho matter,
as sho has iilready sufforod greatly from
tho strike as first inaugurated. Not a
few iieoplo hero aro afraid to rido on tho
twins at present, because it is known
that iu feomo instances incompetent and
I inexperienced persons have been given
responsible positions on these trains
since tho strike, and it is impossible to
know or conjecture to what extent this
has been done.
Surprised nt tho Governor.
Hkarne, Tex., Jan. 18. -Tho report is
current hero that Governor Hogg in a
letter written either to the foreman of
tho grand jury of this county now in
session nt Franklin or to tho distict at
torney, stated that certain men en route
from tho east to accept work on tho Ar
ansas Pass railroad wero intercepted at
this point, taken from tho train upon
which thoy wore traveling and locked up
in box cars and returned eastward. The
J I1I1 af Hearne aro surprised to learn
"l lllls uirungu Uiu governor, smuu muy
had not beforo heard of bucIi shipments
by any persons from this place. Rail
road employes deny tho truth of tho al
legation. Itccrlvlnp; 1'rolKlit.
Austin, Jan. 18. Tho International
nnd Great Northern is receiving freight
for points on tho San Antonio and Aran
sas Pass, though for a time tho agent
kicked against it.
I'roclninntlon by tlio Governor of tho
State of Texun.
Whereas, tho 22d day of Fobruary is
now a legal holiday; and, whereas, tho
legislature of tho state of Texas has
further bet apart and designated said
day as arbor day,, to bo devoted to tho
planting and cultivation of forest, shade
and ornamental trees throughout the
Now, therefore, I, J. S. nogg, govornoi
of tho state of Texas, do earnestly re
quest that said day bo generally observed
by the poeplo of tho stato for that pur
pose in such manner as may Beem
best to tho people of each community,
nnd I do recommend that all tho offi
cers and teachers of tho public and pri
vato schools of this stato prepare a suit
able programme, enlisting tho interest
of their pupils in this beautiful custom,
and that thoy and all officers and em
ployes in tho public institutions of this
btato utilizo the day in planting forest,
shudo and ornamental trees and shrub
bery, to bo tho object of their future
care and attention, for tho benefit nnd
adornment of tho public grounds, the
highways, fctreots and waste plucoa
throughout the stato.
In testimony whereof I hereunto sign
my namo and cause tho seal of tho stata
to bo afllxod, at tho city of Austin this
tho 14th day of January, A D. 1892.
Seal. J. J. Hoaci,
Governor of Texas.
By tho govornor:
Geo, W. Smith, Secretary of State.
""sTsTsico Texas.
What Do You Want?
Do yon want Agents!
Do you want Pupils!
Doyou want a Partner?
Do you want n Situation;
Doyou want to buy Anything!
Do yon want a Husband or Wife!
Do ycu want Hoarder or Lodgers!
Do ou want any ' Help," malo or female!
Doyou wantHcrvants, Clerks or Mochanlcnf
Doyou want to rentalloom, Home or Store)
Do yon want to sell your Good-will and Fix
tures! Do Xou want to Rent or Boll your House, of.
Dec, Lot or Farm?
Do you want to liny or Sell a Horse, Wagon, or
any kind ol VehlcloV
Have you Lost or Kt.und anything?
flBvo ou second band Goods of unyklcdtb.it
you wish to sell or exchange?
Personals or Matrimonial Advertisements!
If so, Thk News will publish an advertise
tnont in tho Want Column forONKCNr 1KH
WOUD per day, or K1VK CKNTS PHll WOllI) for
ono week, seven days.
Tni News Is the on y paper that goes Into
nearly overy readlne household In Waco, and
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns.
Hundreds can bo referred to who have proOtably
advertised In Its "Want" coluninH.
Waco Evening News
Advertising In thin column onarged a th
rate of one cent per word ror each Insertion.
Cash must accompany the order, except where
ordered by a regular advertiser.
WANTKIp Fn-nlshcdroom nnd board In
prlmtefarolly for a young lady, ltefe.
onres furnished and required Add ess II.
care News OOlco. ) 11 1 wk.
Deltartu goods. Apply at 100,' Austin
Btreet. l-stf Mna Doss.
J .1NTKI). To buy ome nleo second hand
otuce llxtures. Address News olllco.
WAN''JJI-To buy n second-hand book
esse. Must be cheap. Apply at News
WANTIill-Tobuynsecond hand flat top
desk. Must be cheap, itddreea Desk
News olllco.
WAINTKI) lobny Secondhand Furniture,
" Stoves, Carpels, Tools, Ever thing.
Waco Lnrloslty Shop.
WANTr.l Parties who want to Invest in
In the rich agricultural lands of Central
Teia, to send their address to THE WACO
DAILY NEWS. Intormatlon furnished Iroo.
WARTRD-Ono thonsand old suits to
cloan at 803 North Fourth street. A,
Friedman, successor to 1 ho Uttlo Kroucbraan.
TCOIE iti:v
A nice dwelling-house App y
- toT. A.lllair.
1 14 tr
i-1 rin
ltI3IVT--Iart of mv ilwnlllnir. 7ia
Dtlttin street Cull ntntorn.I nl.' Anatl..
itrcet l6tf Mas Dots.
T?l-It ltl.NT-Onc suite ef rooms on fl'st
x floor, nnd onn sonlli room on second floor.
App'yto Mrs. Ilsnnon, corner of Klghtli a il
uBhlngton trut.U. tf
Pr.KSONAI. Will tho RoT-tlcman who mi
lntstllmially rnrrlucln white linmll.d nllt
umbrella ont i the telegraph olllca or tliu
Cotton Hclt t'eket ollli 0. about a week nirn.
please leturnlt tolincNi.wsolllco. 12 11 tf
LIVE F'orlst can huprof 11 irood onenlnir.
Appl at this ollloo, cr Uigtu and Clay
I Mil: At Onunt Ilros
Flfiofnlh and Jack-
nr tSturlml t.lm.
Mreots- Itoek 1,1m
Portland, Rcsui.Uale,
and Louisville Cement,
12 IU 1 mo
FIC S,V l.i:--0UI papers nt 20 cents por hun
dred at Tub: f MYfe olllce.
FOItltlirVJ' - -Furniture. Stoves, Sewing
Machines, Everything. Waco i-utiotslty
Shop, OlTanc ciDAuitln street-
FIIIC HUNT-7 room house rn Dutonstreet
nfarKlnth. Only $15 a month. M. C.
Kingsbury it Co., 017 nnd t! 9 Aubt-n Btreet.
I 71 OH SAI.i: At Coatl AtOstl Atf'ostl
Jewelry, Clocks, fcllver Plated Knives
Forks, Simons, Napkin IUurs, l'oiket and
Table ultfry, Fterhcopis, ink Stands, I'io
turo Frames at d Notions. '1Mb Ih tho flat
time weevcradvcrtlml to soil at cost bat we
desire to handlo only New Fnrnlturo and
Second hand gooes ofail kinds, Waco Curios
Ity Shop.
Tr.i.i:iIIOM:-Guunt Ilros. for Post Oak
or Ash cord wnoi, stove Wi od ir 11 ro
plnre wood cut uny length 12 lu 1 mo
Woman, Lovoly woman, ono bottle of my
celebrat' d Tonti will permanently enlarge
your form 1 Inches In 3J days, and rrakoyou
as beautiful us Cleopatra, or money refunded.
Price only J2.0D, Wornon'son y truo friend,
for it ne- er falls. Tonti, glorl ns Tonii
will make tho leanest person fat and remove
those horrid wrlnkUs. Send lor tenlrd circu
lar. JIUh. Pit 1111.1 Kit
211 WiniBH ATEMTC, flllCAOO, llLt
Miles' Norvo And Llvor Pills
Aotona new principle rogulatliig
the liver, stomach and bowels through
thonorvos. A new discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills spoodlly euro biliousness,
bad tasto, torpid llvor piles, consti
pation. Unequnled for men. women,
and children. Smallest, mildest, sur
est. 60 dosos 25 cents. Samples freo
at H. O RIshor & Co's. Drug Btore618
Autin avenue
A Sprained Ankle.
This is a onmmon ooouranoc and
one that will lay tho people up ordi
narily G to 8 wt-tkp, jot. wo will
gunronteo Bollard's Snow Liniment to
euro any ease of sprtiucd anklo iu 1
to 8 days if applied at on, ami to
immediately rolicVo all pain, Snow
Liniment will euro any old sn.ro on
man or batt. It will heal all Wounds
and cures Sprains, Burns, Soalds,
Bruises, Soro Throat, Sore Chest,
Lamo Baok, Corns, Bunions. For
ll'u uinatir-in, Lumbago, Neuralgia,
Contracted Muscles it has no equal.
Do not allow any other white Lini
ments to be put off on jou ior Snow
Liniment, There is no other liko it.
Ask for Ballard's Snow Liniment.
Sold by H. C. Rishor & Co.
Dr. Willis, Specialist.
Owing to inoicasod business, I will
remain at Waco till Juue,l8o2. Will
say to all who aro afilielcd with Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Asthma and
Catarrh, onll and see his new process for
treating said diseases. Hot medicated
steam taken direct to diseased parts
by inhalation. A positive cure in
most oases.
Will restore hearing when deafness
is caused by oatarrh. Am also pro
paired to treat female disorders,
rheumatism, liver and kidney diaeasoH,
neuralgia. Hay fever ana la grippe
relieved promptly,
Rooms up stairs over MoKonnon
Bros. & Co's. drug storo.
Offico hours, 9 to 12 a. in.; 3 to ti
p. m.
A Sound Llvor Makes a VelI Man.
Aro you Bilious, Constlpatodnnd
troublod with Jaundice Sleklioad
aoho, Bud Taste In Mouth, Flln
Breath, Coated Tongue. DyrpopBln
Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Pain in
Back and betwoon tho Bhouldors,
Chills and Foyer, &o. If you havo
any of those symptoms, your i.lvor Is
out of order your blood is dr.wly
being poisoned, booauso your I.Ivor
does not uot properly. Hkhhinii will
cure uny dlsordor of tho Llvor.dlom
uoh orBowols. It has no equal ns a
Llvor Medicine. Pnco 75 conts. Froo
samplo bottlo nt il. C. RibIioi'b Drug
Ltdios, we havo just reocived fresh
stock of flower Heeds.
W. L. Tucker,
"Lion Drug Storo.
Tulia JLots.
Garden spot of the great Punhandlo.
Rich loamy soil. Great wheat oountry.
Tulia Li
Tulia is tho county scat of Swisher
county. Ono of tho finest counties
iu tho great Panhandle. Court houso,
churches, sohools, ao., to.
Tulia dts.
Swisher county is developing rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhaii
dlo daily and the man with tho plow
is daily going to Swisher couuty.
Tulia !Lots
A pretty town in tho prettiest country
in tho world. Land level as a lloor
and produoing immense crops of all
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Tulia LiOts.
Everlasting froostono puro water in
illimitable quantities at twonty-livo to
thirty feet.
Tulia .Lots.
Are in a growing town, in a growing
county. Property is advancing daily
ana will continuo to advance in a way
to mate tho hood Rwim. Buy now.
Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as
dirt nt prices now risked.
For maps, platB and other particu
lars apply to
111 Franklin street.
for Tin: cure or
Indian Territory,

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