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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 25 1892.
JH J7x . rZ'-GZ. -&&" .-A'' AH these people arc rushing to J. D. LOFTIN'S NEW CASH STORK, Chas. East's old stand, COS Austin Avenuo. Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for $1, and other goods at priocs never be fore heard of. J W. HUNTER, M. D. 1 sil'iax a xi s vita i:ox, ll.ir.i, .... T.i jr ill. Slnto at Old Cornor Drug 8toro. Ofllco hours lit roBldenco, from 2 to 4 p. in. No. 1408 South Eighth streot. W. H. WILKES, M D W. O. WILKK9, M D Residence 120 N9 Bt Residence Lil.9 N 12 St. DBS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. C8, CHAMBERS HLOCK. Mttc at Old Corner Drug Blore. Telepnone Bt Office ftml Residences. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office ou Austin Street over First National Bank, EUGEtfE TKOTT, 207 South Mh Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. RrjGRKR TEOTT 207 South Fifth Streot. Block of 20 lots in Waco addition to Rookport on Ilerring, Kolley, Jiyans and Inge streets $400. J. E. Anderson. The Big Muddy lump is strictly cold-weather coal. Telephone Egan or coal. You can buy a good shoo from a good houso. We keep the olass of shoe that you want. Sleeper Clifton & Co For the best and freshest beef,pork mutton, veal, spareribs, liili d oysters o 10 Crippen corner Fifth nd Frankling Don't dolay, if you desire Hock port property, it will bo 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 lor first-class watoh clook and jewelry repairing. Same building with H. E. Ambold Anstin Avonue. You do not havo to draw on your imagination while seated at a fire of the "Big Muddy lump." On the con trary, you have to "draw baok" from its "generous heat." Remember tho Big Muddy and take no other. Tolc phono Egan for coal. A Sure Cure for Piles. Itching piles are known by moisture j like perspiration, causing intense itch-1 wg whon warm. This form as well as J ulind, Bleeding or Protruding, viold at onco to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Roraedv, whioh acts diieotlv on parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itohing ana eueots a permanent cure. ouots, Druggists or mail. Circulars freo. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Aroh St., Philadel phia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison &Co. Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full tett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. W If you want tho best cheap coal in Waoo telophone Lacy for the Brier Creek. Beware of'lroltatlons Of MoAlister ooal. No one han dles the Genuine article but Laov. crr - ft y An AfTctlii S'crnp. Junction City, Tex., Jan 2-". Ono ol the saddest burials witnessed hero foi some time took place lust week. It was the burial of Mra. Ruyner, who died of pneumonia. Notwithstanding sho had good attention by physicians and friends sho had to succumb, leaving live chil dren who have been fatherless for five or six years, two boys and three girls. The scene at tho cemetery was almost heartrending to hear tho cries, pleadings and prayers of tho threo littlo orphan jdrln. The eldest, aged 12, who had been by her mother's bedside both day and night, soon fainted, and for some time seemed to be unconscious of her grief. Tho next older one, Bertie, about 10, pleaded with earnestness iu about the following strain: "O mamma, won't you please come back just a littlo while? O Jesus, pleaso let mamma come back a little while so that I can kiss her sweet lips and tell her how much I love her. O mamma, won't younovor, never comt back? O pleaso do!" CliMing Uji Saloons. Poucell, I. T., Jan. 25. The Indian police, acting under tho instructions ol Agent Bennett, have for tho past few days been closing up tho saloons here and destroying the beer. A telegram was received from J. J. Dickinson United States marshal for tho eastern district of Texas, by United States Com mis.sioner Gates, instructing him tc cmi'io tho arrest of all persons ucting upon these orders. The reason of this conflict is tho opposing decisions ol Judges Bryant and Shackloford, whe havo concurrent jurisdiction over all liquor cases in tho Indian Territory. Tho former holds that beer can bo sold here and the latter that it connot. Tht outcome promises some interesting fea tures. liiur Men AKsnultril. Corpus Ciiiusti, Tex., Jan. 25. Foui new employes of the San Antonio and Aransas Pass railroad were assaulted it this city Saturday night in differon' parts of town. Tho ilrst assault was made on tho engineer of tho Rockport train, the second on G. Saunders, host ler; tho third on H. T. South, telegrnpl operator, and tho fourth on Charles Ed wards, assistant hostler. South and Ed wards wero roughly handled. War rants were sworn out at a lato hour last night and two men arrested and locked up, who will havo a hearing to-morrow morning.' An engine was also ditched but this is attributed to carelessness ot the part of tho new men. CcB-rruam'tno Stopped tho progress of Consumption. Tho best authorities agree that it's a scrofulous affection of tho lungs. If taken in time, and given a fair trial, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will effect a cure. Thou sands have boon eavcil by it thou sands more aro putting it off till too late. For every form of Scrof ula, Bronchial, Throat, and Lung Affections, "Weak Lungs, Severe Coughs, and kindred ailments, it is a positivo remedy. It's guaran teed to do all that's claimed for it. If it doesn't benefit or cure, in every case, your monoy is returned. Tho " Discovery " is the only Liver, Blood and Lung Remedy that's sold so. Think what a medi cino it must be ! Especially has it manifested its potency in curing Tetter, Salt rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands. "World's Dispensary Medical As sociation, Makers, No. 003 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. WAR WITH CHILE. Tho Fight Depends on Aransas Pass If It Is ADOPTED AS AN HARBOR THE United MuIl-n Will Suruly Win ami Tho Solillom niul Suitors will Ito llapiiv ICoclcpnrt LiOlM Will Ito n 1'lnc liivoktinciif Wliolliur War Is Had or Not. This Garden nas oceu an interest ing tkemo for centuries and its loca tion a subject of inqury for both scholars and antiquarians. If this famous spo.t has not been definitely located, let the investiga tion bo confined to Texas, for it Las within her vast area the olimate and soil, descriptive of this historio place, A New Year's diuner was givon in honor of the Aransas County Horti culturists to be served from voluntary donations of theso men taken from thoir own gardens near Rockport. Drafts wero drawn jpon the sdjaccnt proprietors with the following r.'suhs: Every mandato was honored, and the result was stupendous. Mr. Joo Tripis sent a liberal quantity of onions, cabbage, cauliflower and tomatoes with specimons of green corn, aspargaus, and oantaloupes. Mr. M. Kaltenbaob was absent when tho pross fiend arriv ed at his home, but Mrs. Kaltenbaob and Miss Florenco Farrel entertained him handsomely and loaded his cart with now Irish potatoes, magnificent yams, white radishes, black turnips, lettuce and snap beans, and gavo him a specimen strawberry plant on whioh wero growing green leaves, greon bor ries, now blooms and a single rich, red, ripe berry, that surely tried his pa tience to deliver. Tho last cluster of grapes had been pluoked for their family dinner on Christmas day. Mr. William Lomas, of Rockport, sent liberal specimens of white giant, golden plume and bleached celery, with the fresh dirt clinging to the roots. Mr. Peter D. Houser sent a liberal supply of egg-planis, celery, ripe tomatoes, cashaw, squashes, sweet peppers, green, and ripe, and rutaba ga turnips. Mr. Christy Osborne sent a lot of magnificent largo turnips, beets and cabbages. Messrs. W. II. and J. C. Ives joint ly sent a load of cabbages, turnips, onions, beets, radishes and sweet potatoes, with specimens of groon pea vines, greon tomato vines, in bloom, and fresh lettuoe. Mr. II. G. Boles sent three lareo watormolons from his enormous vine. One of these melons weighs 4G pounds another 40 pounds and the othor 38 pounds. Mr. Boles also Bent half a dozen frying-sizo chickens and a specimen bunoh of rhubarb, of whioh some stems but ton days old, are larger than a oarpenter's ponoils. Mr. Boles sent somo elegant homo-made presorves and pickles. Messrs. Holman and Hoffman sent a lot of fine radishes, and Messrs. Isaao Hughes and Jack Burris sent a full supply of ficsh milk and butter. Mr. Jno. C- Emory undertook to supply tho table with geese, duoks and small Gamo and O. L. Wilson sent an elegant lot of fresh vonison, whioh ho killed that morning es pecially for the occasion, and whioh was warm when deliverod. Mr. J. E. Barber killed a lot of quail for tho 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. Caruthors 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 game in endless quantity. The orobards of Live Oak Peninsula are yet in thoir infanoy and native fruits oould not bo secured oxcopt for decorative purposes. Prof. H. P. Att water of Rookport, loaned threo native oranges upon a freshly cut stem with leaves clinging to it, and also donated a largo sweet potato that had takon a second gorwth and was onvoloped in a networ'c of vines grown from its own body. Tho orange specimons had been given to Prof. Attwater for pres ervation in his museum of Southwest Texas produots, and wore loanod on The Herald's plodgo to roturn them, but they were inadvertantly eaten and a sinoero apology is the only return Tho Ilorald oan make. Banana culture was represented by tho nodding loaves on tho throe fine trees in the hotel court-yard. Orange trees, lemon trees, fig trees, apple trees, pear trees, plum trees, ohcrry trees, peach trees, pocan trees and grape vines wero represented among tho decorations by branohos showing green leaves and fresh buds and bright peach blossoms. Let tho bill of fare speak for itself. Tho bill of faro was prepared by Captain Miller and tho editor, and sent to tho cook after all the pro ducts had been rcooived. Everything upon it was served at tho dinner, aud ovory product upon the table was prepared or illustrat ed from tho produots of Live Oak Peninsula. Several hundred copies woro hurriedly printed from it and the following is a substantia copy: MENU Oranges from San Patrioio County. Oysters. Aransas Bay on Half Shell. Fried Escallopcd. FISH. Trout, Ovsler Sauce, Red Fish, plain, Flounder Crumbed, Wino Sauco, COLD DISHES. Chiokon Salad, Stylo Hotel Hoyt, Texas Cured Ham, Celery, White Grant and Goldon Plume. NEW VEOUTAllI.ES. Dwarf Champion Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Drum head Cabbbage, Egg Plant, Marrow- phat Peas, Squash, Cashaw, Egyptian Beets, Sweet Peppers, Silver King Onions.Shoppard Radishes, Golden Stem Lettuoo. C.AME, ROAST AND ROILED. Vonison, Currant Jolly. Goose, Oystor Sauce. Brant, Plain. Duok, Colory Sauco. Turkey, Oystor Sauce. Quail on Toast. 'Possum with Kraut. l'ASTHV. Fresh Rhuberb Pie, Native Lemon Pie fruits and desserts. Southwest Toxas Bananas, Native Grapes, Nativo Pecans, Strawberries and Cream, Watermelon, Vanilla Ice Cream, oweet and Butter Milk. native wineb. Claret, Port, Angelica. Every article on the abovo monu was grown near Rockport, chie fly by men who havo recently cast thoir for tunes in Aransas county, who with in little more than one year have made homos, devolopod farms and brought produots to perfection that for quality and variety could not at this season have been duplicated olso whero within tho jurisdiction of tho Amerioan eagle. Threo laigo cotton stalks with green stems, green leaves, green bolls, new blooms and full opened bolls occupied the ocnter of the tablo decorations. Green sprigs of honoy-sucklo vine, oleanders and crapo myrtle woro prominently displayed. In tho center of tl'o table assigned to Gov. Wheoler and Captain Miller, was displayed a large watermelon standing on end, pinaolo shapo with sproading points to display the red moat. Arranged in vases around tho central board wero innumerable varieties of grasses and flowers, and tho wall docorations wero prepapared from the bright green leaves of the sweet bay, tho oleander, tho sea bean vino and the salt cedar. The docorations ocoupied tho oen ler table, four feot by sovon, and in a pyramid eight feot high, oooupiod tho cntiro space. In addition to the illustrations of tho agricultural pro duots shown upon it, woro speoimons of red fiBh, trout and floundor, and largo, fat oysters from Aransas Bay upon shells larger than a mule's ear. Theso spooimens were sent by Miller Brothers ot Rookport. The souvenirs for tho reception were composed of Bca beans, pumice stones, star-fish and shells from the oooan beach on Mustang Island, guilded and hand-painted with mottoes by Mi6S Maymo MoBrydo. Thoy woro delivered to each departing guest by Miss MoBryde in porson, and tho guosts were invited to remain for tho ball. Bargains at Cummins' 5 and 10 et. Store. A 1-2 gal. and pint oups lOo A 5 Hole mouse trap 10c A deep pudding pan and spoon. lOo A covered tea steeper 0o A scoop dipper and funnel 10c A wood spoon, fork and scre-v driver v . . . lOo 3 Heavy glass sauco dishss. . . . lOo 2 Thick, plain glass goblets.. lOo 15 8 inch tin pio plates lOo 12 Tin tea spoons 10c 12 Sheets paper, envelopes and 1'en 10c 12 slato pencils and 12 lead.. .. 10o 2 10 cent tablets for 10o A covered glass 6ugar bowl. . . . 10o A covered glass butter dish . . . . 10o At Cummins' ft and lOo. storo, 703, Austin avonue, b;tweon Cth & 8th Bt. A Mother's Mistake. Mothers frequently mako a mistako in neglecting the Cough of a child. A Fort Wayne, Ind., ludy writes: "My littlo daughter ti years old had a so vero cough but as it was nothing un usual 1 thought lothini; of it, and al lowod it to run on for -1 or fivo weoks, when it became so obstinate sho began losing flesh. I called in a physioian who treated hor three weeks without boneiit. A neighbor insisted upon niy trying Ballard's Uorehound Syrup it relieved her from the first doso and she began gaininc; flesh rapidly, when wo had used two bottles her cough had entirely disappeared. I would not bo without it. It does notoonsti- pato mv children. R.lllanl'H TTnrn. hound Syrup is free from opiates. Its me moBt soottnng throat and lnng medioino in tho world. Sold by 11 0 Hisher & Co. Stoam Sausage Factory. Fresh FiBh. Fresh .Lard. Fresh Oysters. Fresh Spare Ribs. All Kinds Meats And Sausage, Cheap for Cash. J. C. Stafford. Ilaoklen'a Arnica Balvo. Tho best salve lu tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, uloors, salt rheum, fe ver sores, tetter, ohappod hands, chll blftlns, corns and all skin oruptlons, and positively quros plloB, or no pay roqulrod. It Is guaranteed to give satisfaction or aonoy rofundod. Prloo 26 cents a box. for salo by W. B Morrison & Qo. A. D. Adams & Bros.. Hard to Beat Poaoh and Apple Cider Try mo I am good . Rockport lots have two strings on fortunes bow, Orange and Grapo oul turo, and will dovblo in value in a few months as it is the cominc doc waterport. J. E. Anderson. Miles' Norve And Llvor Pills Act on a now principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowols through thouorvoH. A now dlscovory. Dr. miles' Pills spoodlly euro biliousness, bad tasto, torpid llvoi pilos, consti pation. Unoqualed for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, sur est. CO dnHOn 2fi innlH. Hnmnlnu f.. at H. O Rishor & Co's..Drug storo513 IIUHUU IIVUUU? Tulia JLots. Garden spot of the groat Panhandle. Rich loamy soil. Great wheat country. Tulia !Lots. Tulia is tho county soat of Swisher county. One of the finost oouuties iu tho groat Panhandle. Court house, churohes, schools, c, a a. Tulia Lots. Swisher county is developing rapidly. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan dle daily and the man with tho plow is daily going to Swisher county. Tulia Liots. A pretty town in mo prettiest country in tho world. Land level as a floor and produoing immonso crops of all coroals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia Lots. Everlusling freestone puro water in illimitable quantities at twenty-fivo to thirty feet. Tulia IiOtg. Are in a growing town, in a growing oounty. Property is advancing daily and will continue to advanoo in a way to mako tho head Bwim. Buy now Don't dolay a day. Lots ohoap r dirt at prices now asked. For mapa, plats and other particu lars apply to L H, ill Franklin ntrcet. lumuuiiiii) tuw inMiiviiij, FOIITUKOUKKOI-' LIQUOR $ MORPHINE HAPITS. .ALL ONOHAUlJUIibS THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T, 1 I! i V