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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 27 1892.
1 rtx - 4 ftr All these people aro rushing to J. D. LOFTIN'S NEW CASH STORE. ChaB. Bast's old stand, G08 Austin Avenue. Granulated Sugar 20 poun'ds for $1, and other goods at prices never be fore heard of. OPPORTUNITY Of a Lifetitnet AND LOTS. Don't - Miss - It. . See J. E. AWDERSOW, Real Estate Agent, : : Waco, Texas. j. W. HUNTER, M. D. vjitsiciax a xn.aviiaRoir, in co, .... Tsai. Slato at Old Corner Drug Btoro. Ofllco hours at rosldence, from 2 to 4 p. w. No. 1408 South Eighth street. W.IT. WILKES, MD Beidencol20N9at W. O. WILKES, MD Residence Ui 9 N 12 St DBS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. C8, CHAMBERS BLOCK. SUto at Old Corner DruR Btoro. Telephone at Ofllco and Resiliences. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over' First National Bank. EUGENE TItOTT, 207 South Fifth Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. HCCEHR TEOTT 207 South Fifth Street Block of 20 lots in Waco addition to Rookport on Herring, Kelley, Byans and Inge streets $400. J. E. Anderson. The Big Muddy lump is strictly cold-weather coal. Tolephono Egan or coal. You can buy a good shoo from a good houso. We keop the olass of shoe that you want. Sleeper Clifton & Co, For the best and freshest bcef,pork mutton, veal, spareribs, hi d oysters to 10 Crippen corner Fifth nd Frankling Don't delay, if you deBiro Rock port property, it will bo too high soon. 20 lot blooks for $400. J. E. Anderson. Our goods and our prices do our advortising, wo find it best in tho long run. Parker Buos. A; vJ. Lcslio for first-class watoh clock and jewelry repairing. Same building with H. E. Ambold Anstin Avenue. You do not have to draw on your imagination while seated at a firo of the "Big Muddy lump." On tho con trary, you have to "draw baok" from its "generous heat." Remember tho Big Muddy and take no other. Tele phono Egan for coal. Lands A Sure Cure for Piles. Itching piles are known hy moisture like perspiration, causing intense itch ing whon warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, vield at onoe to Dr. Bosanko'a Pile Remedy, which acts directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and effects a permanent oure. 50ots. Druggists or mail. Circulars free Dr. Bosanko, 329 Aroh St., Philadel phia, Pa Sold by W. B. Morrison &Co. RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Edward Everett Halo favors tho na tionalization of tho ruilroads of this country. Tho Chicago, Milwaukeo and St. Paul is building its own freight cars and is turning out Urn a day. General Managor Barnard, of tho Pe oria and Eastern, has purchased ten miles of new heavy stcol rails to bo laid on tho west end. Tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas rail way has decided to establish a dispen sary at Donison, Tex., at onco and may build a hospital later. It is tho purposo of tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Western to erect a now oflice building at the northern end of tho Hobokon yard, on Ferry stroot. It is probable that an eastern oxten tion of tho Baltimore and Harrisburg railroad will bo built from Porter's sid ing, on tho Baltimore und Harrisburg to York. There are 80,000 locomotives in tho United States, being ono to every fivo miles of railroad, and 1,100,000 cars of all kinds, of which 27,000 aro passeuger coaches. Tho East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia and the Queen and Crescent systems havo amalgamated. Hundreds of clerks aro thrown out of employment by tho arrangement. In the hot regions of Africa more than 2,000 laborers aro engaged in building tho Congo railroad, and in tho cold re gions of Siberia many thousands of Rus sians are employed in tho construction of tho transsiberian railroad. Tho Alleghany Vnlley railroad was sold by tho United States court at Pitts burg to P. A. B. Widenor, of Philadel phia, representing tho ineomo bondhold ers tho and Pennsylvania Railroad com pany, for $3,000,000, tho purchaser as suming tho debt of $20,000,000. WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. Lady Henry Somerset is thirty-two, energetic, eloquent and of bluo blood. Mary Anderson has had an ofTer of $10,000 for a thirty-six column lovo story. Miss Prances E. Willard has beon given by Dr. Fulton, of Maino, an acre of ground at Mount Desert and lio prom ises that a cottage is to bo erected there for her. Mrs. Htiggins, wifo of tho English astronomer, is a most nble assistant to her husband in his astronomical labors, and keeps a record for herself of her ob servations. $50.00 Reward. Lost on Washington or Columbus streets and botween Ninth and Thir teenth streets a diamond ear-ring, $50 00 reward will bo paid for its return. I. M. Peaulstone. NEW HONORS FOR CAPRIVI. The German Chancellor Now In High 1'uvor with tliu Knlsor. Evcryliody has heunl of Bismarck. Ho and Von Moltke, tliu latter in tlio military and the former In tho civil and diplomatic fluid, aro credited with having created tlio Germany of today tho new and real Ger man empire. But everybody lias not heard of Caprivl. When the present Bmpcroi William dispensed with Bismarck and made Caprivl chancellor there was a general feeling of mirprise and regret, but subsequent developments have shown that the emperor Judged wisely and did well. The duy for pure militarism had passed; tho day for commercial nnd industrial de velopment had come. Caprivl had shown that he was tho man for the now era. Ho has settled nil tho troublesome questions left over from tho military regime, and has negotiated and carried through n body of Important commercial arrangements in tho face of a strong opposition. For this he has been created 11 count. Tho oppo sition in the reichstag was completely over thrown in tho argument, and tliu third reading and final approval of tho commer cial treaties was carried by a vote of 3-13 to 48. Emperor William was taking part in n dinner at the opening of n ball in Fcltow, Pomerania, when a telegram was handed to him announcing the vote. Ho roso and read the telegram, railed for chcors for tho chancellor, and announced that ho was no longer tho Prussian general but Count Von Caprivl. Ho said further that ull tho na- COTJXT VOK CAPRtVI. tions might well envy Germany, where tho people meet their sovereign simply as tho members of ono great family meet its head, and wliero that sovereign's minister gavo all his thoughts to improving thu condition of the people. Georgo Leo von Caprivl do Caprara do Montecucull, despite his long name, was born a commoner in 1831, his father being n lawyer of Berlin. Ho entered tho army as n lieutenant in 1815 and roso to tho rank of colonel by eminent bervices in 1870. Ho has since received complimentary titles ns general in various grades up to lieutenant general. In 1800 he succeeded Bismarck, and his fiscal policy has since been ex pressed in the words, "Protection, with re ciprocity to such nations as can assure mu tual profitable arrangements." In short, his policy has been almost identical with that of Secretary James G. Blaine, and the ratification of all treaties negotiated by him has been a very great triumph. BRIDGING THE HUDSON. Tho Great Btrurturo to Connect Now York 111 ul Now Jersey. If tho promises made by tho Now York and New Jersey Bridge company aro ful filled, trains from tho west shore of the Hudson river will bo runuing direct into Now York city within thrco years. Ground v - - the rnorosED umnor.. was broken recently on tho Jersey side foi tho mammoth bridgo which is to cross tho Hudson river from n point in Union town ship on the top of tho Palisades, just south of Guttenburg, to 11 pier in New York city at the foot of West Seventieth street. Thence a viaduct ballasted with stone will bo built to what will be known us tho Granil Union depot 'at Broadway, Thirty seventh to Thirty-ninth street. This via duct will run "through tho blocks," nnd as it will bo practically noiseless trains will bo run at full speed right into tho do pot. The principlo to bo embodied in this structure is somewhat new, being a com biuation of tho cantilever and suspension cable systems, designed by Mr. J. W. Balet, a New York engineer. Tho Now Jersey bridge will bo tho largest, although not the longest, in tho world. The length across the water will bo -4,550 feet and its width 120 feet Its roadbed will lio 151 feet above tho water. Kach of tho fivo piers will bo 150 feet wide, while tlio two nearest mid river will each be 375 feet in height. The bridge will accommodate eight railroad tracks on each level. There will be four spans, nnd tho length of these, beginning from tho New York end, will bo 000 feet, 1,700 feet, 1,160 feet and 000 feet, respectively. Tlio weight ct this bridge will bo about seven tons for each linear foot, so that the entire structure will weigh about 82,000 tons from shore to shore. Tlio cost of tho bridgo has been es timated at $12,000,000, and it will bo built hy n company -'capitalized at $73,000,000. Ono of tho plans of tlio promoters is to have tho main New York tfty postofllce located in their depot building, so that postal cars may bo run right into tho ofllco, thus eliminating the mail wagon transfer system, and, it Is claimed, greatly expediting the handling of through mulls. fi&lrfW" wis 1 K l ilfiJifc ??'"" i. 0. TEN THOUSAND READERS. 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A ncitrhhnr irwiatrw' nrm.. my trying Mallard's Horehound Syrup it renovca ner irom the lirst doso and she began gaining (lesh rapidly, when we had used two bottles her oough nati entirely disappeared. I would not bo without it. Itdoos nnlnnnsfi pato my ohildron. Ballard'B Ilorc nouna Hyrup is rreo from opmtoq. Its the most soothing throat and lung medioino in tho world. Sold by II 0 Rishcr & Co. Steam Sausago Factory. Fresh Fish. Fresh .Lard. Fresh Oysters. Fresh Spare Ribs. All Kinds Meats And Sauunue, Cheap for Cash. J. 0. Stafford. Baohlen' Arnloa Halve. Tho best salvo In tho world for outs, bruises, soros, uloeru, enlt rhouin, fe ver Boros, totter, chapped hands, ohll Mains, oornn mirt nil nfcln nmntu... and positively suroa pilos, or no pay iruuuiruu. j.i id guaranteed to give satisfaction nr'iirmnv rrvf n vi lnH r.i 26 cents u box. For ualo by W. B Morrison Oo. A. D. Adams & Bros.. Hard to Beat Peaoh and Apple Cider Try mo I am good. Rockport lots have two strings on fortunes bow, Orange and Grapo cul turo, and will double in value in a fow months as it is tho oouiiug dorf water port. J. E. Andekbon. Miles' Norvo And Llvor Pills Act on u now principlo regulating tho liver, stomaoliand bowels through thouorvoH. A now discovery. Dr. tnllos' PIlis speedily ouro biliousness, bad tastn. fnrnlrf IIv.m nil ,ioti pation. Dnoqimlod for mon, woiuon, and children. Smalloat, raildosr, sur est. GO dosos 26 cents. Samplos free at H. O Rlshor & Co's.Drug store 613 Autln avonue Tulia JLofs. Garden spot of tho great Panhandio. ivion loamy sou. urcat wheal country. Tulia 1Lotu Tulia is tho county soat of Swisher county, uno 01 the finest counties in tho great Panhandio. Court houso, churches, sohools, &c, ko. Tulia Lot. Swisher oounty is developing rapidly. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan dio daily and the man with tho plow is daily going to SwiBher county. Tulia JLots. A pretty town in tho prettiest country in tho world. Land level as a floor and produoing immenso crops of all cereals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia !Lots Everlasting freestone puro water in illimitablo quantities at twenty-fivo to thirty feet. Tulia JLota Aro in a growing town, in a growing oounty. Property is advancing daily and will continue to advanco in a way to make the hoad ewiin. Buy now. Dcn't dolay a day. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now asked. For maps, plats and other partiuu lars apply to FOKTIIKCUUKOr LIQUOR MORPHINE HAPITS. JALLONOItADUIlESS THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T, I. H. feiy, '111 Franklin strcot. REMEDIES AND TREATMENT