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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 20 1892.
y W. HUNTER, M. D. riirstcrAX a ki a uiwjzon, Wtc, Tgxat. felftto nt Old Corner Drug Storo. Oflloo hours nt rosldouco, from 2 to 4 p. m. No. 1408 South Eighth Btroot. W. H. WILKK8, M D W. O. WILKES, M D Betldcnco 120 N 0 Mt Residence :i 0 N 12 St.. DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. 8, CHAMBERS BLOCK. ftlito at Old Comer Drug Store. Telepaone nt ODlco nml Residences. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin StreeJ over First National Bank. EUGEM TKOTT, 207 South FiRli Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. ECCEKETRO TT 207 South Fifth Streot Block oi 20 lots in Waco addition to Rookport on Herring, Kelley, Evans and Inge streets $400. J. E. Anderson. Tho Big Muddy lump a strictly oold-wcatber 00a). Telephone Egan or ooal. You can buy a pood Bboo from a good house Wo keep the olass of shoe that you want. Sleeper Clifton & Co For the best and freshest hcef,pork mutton, veal, spireribs, fish d oystorB o n Crippen corner Fifth and Frankling Don't delay, if you desire Rook, port property, it will be too high soon 20 lot blooks for $400. J. E. Anderson. Our goods and our prices do our advertising, we hnd it best in tho long run. Parker Bros. A J. Lcslio for first-class watoh clock and jowelry repairing. Same building with H. E. Amhold Anstin Avenue. Wo give employment to more people and have moro teams engaged in do livering our "justly celebrated Big Muddy lump" coal than any other dealer in tho otty. "Telephone Egan or coal." Rockport lots have two strings on fortunes bow, Orange and Grapo cul ture, and will douhlo in value in a few months as it is the coming deep water port. J. E. Anderson. Dr. Geo. P. Maun, dentist. Full rett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. If you want tho best cheap coal in Waco telephone Laoy for tho Brier CHEEK. Get Laoy's prices on Brier Creek Dest cheap coal sold in Waco, Buv lots nnd lilnnl-s nnw in Wurni addition to Bookpott, and start Orange ruves anu urapo vineyards, ana your fortune is doubly assured. As these lunds are enhancing in value every day. Seo an artielo from a Eockport paper in anothor column. J. E. Anderson, 350.00 Reward. Lout on Wnshinptnn nr PnmnriiiH atteets and botween Ninth and Thir teenth Btreots a diamond ear-ring, ou.uu reward will bo paid for its roturn. I. M. Pearls,tone. t Pronounced Hopeless, ret Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada tj. nurd ot Uroton, fa. 1 wo quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my Lungs, couch set in and finally terminated in f!nnnnmnri'rm Four doctors gavo mo up saying I ould live but a short time. I gavo fflysolf up to my Saviour, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my ab-ont ones abovo. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New 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 u well and hearty woman." Trial bottles freo at W. B. Morrison k Co.'b Drug Storo, regular sizo, 50o. and $1, THIS IS STRAIGHT GOODS And a Roal Chanco to Savo Good Money, Jones & Goodloo aro advertising to sell their imincneo stook of goods, exept Dunlap hata and Somen's drawers, at cost. To leave no doubt of tho reality of the matter thoy have given away their oust mark woid and it bungs conspicuously displayed in big lettctB where every ouo cuu see it. A would be purchaser can- look at h suit of clothes and up nt tho cost word und tell just what the cost is. I his is the first time this was evor dono in Waco. It leaves no doubt iu the mind. Tho cost mark is on every suit and tho koy to it hangs in plain b ght, and tho whole business is in the iiaudsof tho purchaser. In advertis ed cost Bales whero tho word of the proprietor is tho only surety men will always doubt, but Jones & Goodloe have put doubt out ot the question by revealing this oubahstio word which merchants use in murking their goods. This is a real boua fide cost sale, new und refreshing. Thcro are real genu ine big bargains to bo had, and every man who needs a suit of clothes or mother who d;siro one for her bojs oan savo money now, sure. It takes only a minuto or two to read the cost mark and any one reading them will buy. It is no moro than truth to say that suoh bargains in clothing were never offered beforo in Waco. The same applies to other goods. Wedding Bells. Mr. Will Reagan and Miss Lula Sloan wero united in marriage at the residence of tho bride's parents, near 13 ittlo, last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clook. The biido was one of Battle's moBt beautiful, accomplished and popular belles, and tho groom a popular beaux of the place each worthy of the other. The impressive ceremony was per formed by Rev. J. W. Johnson, after which tho wedding party, consisting of a large number of relatives and in ited friends, partook of au elegant dinner prepaired for the occasion. The hoppy pair, amid a shower of old shoos, tho blessings of relatives and the best wishes ol many friends for their future happiness and pros perity, then started for this city where ihey will spend tho honoymoon, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Kent, on South Eleventh streot. m m Election of Officers. The stockholders of the Waco Eleo trio Railway and Light company mot yesterday and eleotod tho following officers: Directore: W. J. Ilobson, C. W. Hobson, S. A. Hobson, S. C. Woodson, August Sohustor, of St. Joseph, Mo., Bart M0010, Jno. Sleeper, J. P. Mas sey and Eugeto Williams, of Waco. Ofiioers: W. J. Hobson, presideu'; Bart Moore, vice president O. W Hobson, Treasuror; S. A. Hobson, Secretary and superintendent. cosuuuorisa Always open the offer made by tho proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It's a reward of $500 cash for an in curable ca30 of catarrh, no matter how bad, or of how long standing. They'll carry it out, too. It's ono thing to mako tho offer. It's a very different thing to mako it good. It couldn't bo dono, except with an extraordinary medicine. But that's what they have. By it's mild, soothing, cleansing and healing properties, Dr. Sago's Remedy cures tho worst cases. It doesn't simply palliato for a time, or drive the dis ease to tho lungs. It produces a porfect and permanent cure. Try it and see. If you can't bo cured, you'll bo paid. Tho only question is aro yon willing to make tho test, if tho makers aro willing to tako tho risk? If so, tho rest is easy. You pay your druggist fifty cents and tho trial begins. If you're wanting the $500 you'll get something better a euro I if ( m 7 i Tho Garden or Edon 1802. From llio Arai eas Uarbor Herald. This Garden has been an interest ing theme for centuries and its loca tion a subject of iuqury for both scholars and antiquarians. If this famous spot has not been definitely located, let the investiga tion bo confined to Texas, for it Las within her vast area tho climate and soil, descriptivo of this historic plaoe. A New Year's dinner was given in honor of the Aransas County Horti culturists to be served from voluntary donations of theso men taken from their own gardens near Rockpoit. Drafts were drawn jpon the adjacent proprietors with the following nsults: Every mandate was honored, and tho result was stupendous. Mr. Joe Tripis sent a liberal quantity of onions, cabbage, cauliflower und tomatoes with upecimens of green corn, nspargaus, and cantaloupes Mr. M. Kaltenbaoh was absent when the press fiend arriv ed at his home, but Mrs. Kaltenbach and Miss Florence Farrcl entertained him handsomely and lotdcd his cart with now Irish potatoes, magnificent yams, white radishes, black turnips, lettuce aud snap beans, and gavo him a specimen strawberry plant on which wero growiog green loaves, green ber ries, new bloom aud a single rich, red, ripe berry, that surely tried his pa tionoc to deliver. Tho last clutter of grapeB had been plujkod for their family dinner on Christmas day. Mr. William Lomas, of Rockport, sent liberal Fpecimens of white giant, golden plume and bleached celery, with tho fresh dirt dinging to the roots. Mr. Peter D. Houeer sent a liberal supply of egg-plun s, celery, ripe tomatoes, oashaw, squashes, sweet peppers, green, aud ripe, aud rutaba ga turnips. Mr. Christy Osborne sent a lot of magnifioont largo turnips, beets and cabbages. Messrs. W. II and J. C. Ives joint ly sent a load of cabbages, turnips, onions, beets, radishes and swoet potatoes, with specimens of grcon pea vines, greon tomato vines, in bloom, and fresh lettuco. Mr. H. G. Boles sent three larco watermelons from his enormous vino. One of theso melons weighs 40 pounds another 40 pounds and the other 88 pounds. Mr. Boles also sent half a uoien irymg-sizo chickens and a specimen bunch of rhubarb, of which some stems but ten days old, are larger than a carpenter's ponoils. Mr Boles sent soma elegant homo-mado preserves and pickles. Messrs. Holman and Hoffman sont a lot of fino radishes, and Messrs. Isaac Hughes and Jack Burris sent a full supply of ftcsh milk and butter. Mr. Jno C- Emory undertook to supply tho tablo with geese, ducks and small Game, and O. L. Wilson sent an elegant lot of fresh venison, whioh ho killed that morning es pecially for the occasion, and whioh was warm when delivered. Mr. J. E. Barber killed a lot of quail for the occasion, and sent a fat young mast-fed hog. Tho beef was raised and fattened on the MoCampbell pasture, and slaughteree bo Mr. G. W. Lowis. Mr. J. I. Carutbers 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. Tho orchards of Live Oak Peninsula are yet in their infanoy and native fruits could not be secured except for decorativo purposes. Prof, H. P. Att watcr of Rockport, loaned tbreo nativa oranges upon a freshly cut stem with loaves dinging to it, and also donated a large sweet potato tint had taken a second gorwth and was cnvoloped in a networ'c of vines grown from its own body. The orange specimens had been given to Prof. Attwater for pres ervation in his museum of SouthwcBt Toxas produots, and wero loaned on The Herald's pledgo to roturn thorn, but they wero inadvortantly eaten aud a sincere apology is the only roturn Tho Herald oan mako. Banana culture was represented by tho nodding loaves on tho throe fine trees in the hotel court yard. Orango trees, lemon trees, fig trees, applo trees, pear rees, plum trees, cherry trees, peach treeB, pecan trees and grapo vines wero represented among tho decorations by branches showing green leaves and fresh buds and bright peach blossoms. Let the bill of fare spoak for itself. Tho bill of faro was preporod by Captain Miller and tho editor, and sent to tho cook after all the pro duots had been received, Everything upon it W88 served at tho dinner, inn AUAro nfniiitnt inn tlm table was prepared or illustrat ed from tho produots of Live Oak Peninsula, Several hundred copies wero hurriedly printod from it and tho following is a substantia copy: menu Orangos from San Pntrioio County. Oysters. Aransas Bay on Half Shell. Fried Esoalloped. FISH. Trout, OvBter Sauce, Red Fish, plain, Floundor Crumbed, Wino Sauco, COLD DISHES. Chiokcn Salad, Style Hotel Hoyt, Texas Cured Ham, Celery, Whito Grant und Goldon Plumo. NEW VEQETARLES. Dwarf Champion Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Drum head Cabbbago, Egg Plant, Marrow- phat Peas, Squash, Cashaw, Egyptian Boots, Sweet Peppers, Silver Kiuir OnionB.Shoppard Radishes, Goldon Stem Lettuco. GAME, ROAST AND ROILED. Vonison, Currant Jelly Gooee, Oyster Sauco. Brant, Plain. Duck, Celory Sauco. Turkoy, Oyster Sauce. Quail on Toast. 'Possum with Kraut. PASTRY, Fresh Rhubcrb Pic, Native Lemon Pie FRUITS AND DESSERTS. Southwest Texas Bananas, Native GrapeB, Nalivo Pecans, Strawberries and Cream, Watermelon, Vanilla loo Cream, sweet and Butter Milk. NATIVE WINES. Claret, Port, Angolica. Every article on the abovo monu was grown near Rockport, chiefly by men who have recently cast their for tunes in Aransas county, who with in little moro than one year have made homes, developed farms nnd brought products to perfection that forquulity and variety could not at this season havo been duplicated else whero within tho jurisdiction of the American eaglo, Three large ootton stalks with green stems, green leaves, green bolls new blooms and full opened bolls occupied tho center of the tabic decorations Green sprigs of houoy-sucklo vine, oleander' and orapo myrtle wero prominently displayed. In tho ocntor of to table assigned to Gov. Wheeler aud Captain Miller, was displayed a largo watermelon standing on end, piuaulo shape with spreading points to display tho red meat. Arranged in vases around tho central board wero innumerable varieties of grasses and flowers, and tho wall decorations wero prepapared from the bright green leaves of the sweet bay, tho oleander, tho sea bean vino and the salt oedur . The decorations occupied tho cen ter table, four feot by soven, and in a pyramid eight feet liiph, occupied the ontiro space. In addition to the illustrations of tho agricultural pro duots shown upon it, wnro spcoimens ot red fish, trout and floundor, and largo, fat oysters from Aransas Bay upon shells larger than a mule's car. Theso specimens wero Bent by Miller urothois ot Koekpoit. Tho souvenirs for tho reception wore composed of sea beans, pumice stones, star-fish and sheila from the ocean beach on Mustang Island, guildcd and haud-painted with mottoes by MisB Mayme MoBrydo. Thdy wero delivered to each departing guost by Miss MoBrydo in porson, nnd the guests were invited to remain for tho ball. Bargains at Cummins' 5 and 10 ct. Storo. A 1-2 gal. and pint cups 10c A 5 Hole mouse trap 10c A deep pudding pan and spoon. 10c A covered tea steeper 10c A scoop dipper and funnel 10c A wood spjon, fork and sorow driver 10c 3 Heavy glass sauce dishss. . . . 10c 2 Thick, plain glasb goblets. . lOo 3 8 inch tin pio plates 10c 12 Tin tea spoons lOo 12 Sheets paper, onvelopes and Pen 10c 12 slato pcneilsand lJJlcad. . .. 10c 2 10 cent tablets for 10c A covered glass sugar bowl. . . . 10c A covered glass butter dish .... 10c At Cummins' fi and 10c. store, 703, Austin avenue, bUwcen b'th & 8th st. . . 1 You do not havo to draw on your imagination while seated at a firo of tho "Big Muddy lump." On tho oon trary, you havo to "draw back" from its "gonorous heat." Remember tho Big Muddy and tako no other. Tele phono Egan for coal. To Subscribers. Parties who fall to got their paper promptly will confer a favor on The News by notifying us by mall or tol ephouo, and tho matter will bo rem edied Immediately. A Sprained Ankle. This is a oommon occurence and one that will lay tho people up ordi narily G to 8 wctks, yet wo will guarantee Ballard's Snow Liniment to euro any osbo of spmined anklo iu 1 to 3 days if applied at ouae, and to immediately relievo all pain. Snow Liniment will euro any old sore on man or boast. It will heal all Wounds and cures Sprains, Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Soro Throat, Soro Chest, Lame Back, Corns, Bunions. For Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Contracted Muscles it has no equal. Do not allow any other white Lini ments to bo put off on jou for Snow Liniment. There is no othor hko it. Ask for Ballard's Snow Liniment. Sold by II. O. Hi-her & Co. ' A Suro Curo for Piles. Itohing piles are known by moisturo like perspiration, causing intense itch ing when warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, vield at once to Dr. Bofanko's Pilo Romedy, which nots diicctly on parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and effects a permanent curo, fiOots. Druggists or mail. Ciroal.us freo. Dr. Bosanko, 1120 Arch St., Philadel phia, Pa Sold by W. B Morrison &Co. A Sound Liver Makes a Vull Man. Aro you Bilious, Constlpatodnnd troubled with Ja undo SUliHend acho, Bad Tasto hi Mouth, Filn Broatli. Coated Toncruo. Dinionsln Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain In Hack nnd between tho BhouldorB, Chills and Foyer, &o. If yon havo auy of theso symptoms, your Lilvo? Is out of order your blood is plrwly boing polsouod, because your liver does not net properly. Hihiune will euro any disorder ol tho Llvor,rf(om nch orltowols. It has no equal ns n Llvor Medioluo. Price 75 eonls. Froo samplo bottlu at H C. Rishor's Drug Store. Where You See the Crowd Waiting for tho mail to open to got their daily and weekly papers, conuu papers, fashion papers, Sonbner, Har per, Century and all tho othor maga zines, art papers, London papers, latest novels, earliest lottery reports and all other papers, magazines and books, tbatplacois A J Her.&Bro ,10 1 South Fourth street, headquarters for all other Jfeldomathtl literature for Waco. Tiilia JLof. Garden spot of tho great Panhandle. Rich loamy soil. Groat uhcat country. Tulia IiOts. Tulia is tho county scat of Swisher county. Ono of tho finest counties iu tho great Panhandlo. Court house, churches, schools, 40. , &o. Tulia Liots. Swisher county iB developing rapidly. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan dlo daily and the man with tho plow is dftily going to Swisher county. Tulia Iot A prutty town in the prettiest country in tho world. Laud level as a floor and ptoducing immense crops of all ccroals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia Lt. Everlasting freestone pure water in illimitablo quantities at twonty-iivo to thirty feot. Tulia Lots. Aro in a growing town, in a growing oountyr Property is advancing daily and will continuo to advauoo in a way to nut to the head bwim. Buy now. Dsn't delay a day. Lots cheap at dirt at prices now asked. For maps, plats and other particu lars apply to 3. 411 Franklin street. roit the cure or LIQUOR $ MORPHINE HAPITS MALL ON OH ADDRESS THE KEEL! INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T. ebPIlllilJ-j