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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 30 1892.
T W. HUNTER, M. D. I'uxsiciAX .t y. vita vox, It'll fo, .... Tsxtts. Slate at Old Corner Drug Store. Ofllco hours at residence, from 2 to 4 p. m. No. 1-108 South Eighth Btreol. W. II. WILKES, M D W. O. WILKES, MB Eeelilcnee 120 N 9 8t Residence UC9 N 12 St. DRS WILKfcS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. 08, CHAMBEltS BLOCK. ilste at Old Corner Drag -Store. Telepnone at Office and Residences. , Dr. N. T. HARRIS v Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. CO Als EUOESE TKOTT, 207 South Fifth Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. JSUGRKIK TSOTT 207 South Fifth Strcot Block of 20 lota in Waco addition to Rockport on llorring, Kelley, Byans and Ingo streets $400. J. E. Anderson. Tho Big Muddy lump is Btrictly cold-weather coal. Toleohono Egan or coal. l'ou can buy a good shoo from a good house. Wo keep the olnss of shoe that you want. Sleeper Olifton & Co, Buy tho "Big Muddy" lump coal Iveep warm and givo your imaginaiton a rest. "Telephone Egan for ooal." For tho best and freshest hcof,pork mutton, veal, sparoribs, 1 1 d oysters Co 10 Crippon corner Fifth and Franklins Don't delay, if you deeiro Rook port property, it will be too high soon. -0 lot blocks for $400. J. E. Anderson. m Our goodB and our prices do our advortiBing, we find it best in tho ong run. Parker'Biios. AIM. Leslie for first-class watoh clock and jowelry repairing. Same building with H. E. Ambold Anstin Avenue. . You do not hayo to draw on your imagination while seated at a fire of the "Big Muddy lump." On the con trary, you havo to "draw baok" from B "genorous heat." Remember the Big Muddy and take no other. Tele Phone Egan for ooal. H Bf nBfi vm aS fflfi JwPtotfNu'j'iia ? Jcu 3 Ml tomm ES h 0a v H HIh) H I kH The New Discovery. xitn i m Tm mtti-ttt t titi You have heard your friends and noighbors talking about it. You may yourself be ono of tho many who know from personal exporience just how good r thing it is. If you have ever tried it. you are ono ot ita . staunch friends, because tho wonderful thing about it is, that when once given a trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever aftor holds a plaeo in the houso. If you havo never used it and should be afflicted with a oough, cold or any throat, lung or chest trouble, seoure a bottle at once and givo it a fair trial. It is guaranteed ovory time, or money refunded. Trial bottlo free at W. B. MorrisonJ& Go's drugstore. yesterday was I H A Ytucs day the stock 1 UUUUH 1 o f tho at. Louis Shoe Store was sold out at auction by Mr. Lastingor, trustee It was bought in by Mr. H. F. Barks dale. Tho nrioe Daid in cash was less than one-third tho invoice price. The leaso of tho store expires on next month, and for thirty days Mr. Barks dale is going to sell tho stook out. If you want to buy shoes at about 35 cents on the dollar, you an do it for thirty days at the St. Louis Shoo Store, Sixth and Austin. This is straight goods. For all Btylos cf photographio work go to Jiokson. Rockport lots have two stringB on fortunes bow, Orango and Grape oul turo, and will doublo in value in a few months as it is tho coming dorr water port, J. E. Anderson. Every one who goes to Jones & Goodloe's buys. They are soiling off goods fast. For Sale. One four room houso and two lots IGO9 Franklin street. P. G. Smith. Gall and see J. A. Early's fine can dies. Nothing in Waco like them. talis. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas railway will place Round Trip JLiokots on sale as follows: To Fort Worth, on acoount of Poo plo's Party Convention; sale days, anuary 31st, February 1st; Rate,s 3.55. To Austin, Texas, on aooount of Stockmen's Convention; sale days, January 31st, February 1st; Rate, $4.40 To San Antonio, Texas, on aooount of meeting of Grand Lodgo of Odd Follows; sale days, January 30th and 31st; Rate, 7;G0. Travis Jones, Tickot Agent M. K. & T. Ryo whiskey, fifteon jears.at J. A. Early's. WMT1TSMAK Waco as the Future Great of the state. THE METROPOLIS OF TEXAS la tho Way Her Namo Itlusj o Writ ton in tlio Roar I'tituro If X'yil I.ogixlntltm Itotnrdx 1I10 Develop incut of tlio State it in Timo tho l'ooplo were Dcninndiiifr a llonio-dy-Factories arc tho Only Hope for AVuco. lldltor of Waco News: Will you allow a looker on to call tho attention of tho business men of Waco to a few things that may bo of interest to them? While traveling in other statos in tho past year, I found that a knowl edge of the littlo oity on the Brazos is not limited to the State of Texas. There is a general impression that tho location and natural advantages of Waco are oonduoivo to tho building of a great oity. But great cities are made, and do not grow spontane ously. A number of things are necessary to make a oity. Natural advantages are valuable; but other things are more valuable. Men, mottle, and monoy are invaluable If we have tho latter we can make a city whother we have the former or not. Look at Kansas City, Mo., hewed out of tho hills. Having both wo oan make a largor oity, better city, and make it muoh quicker than where either ono is laok ing. Waco is admitted to ho a good oity, but is it what it may be; what it ojght to be? Can it bo improved? If so, how? Look at Chicago, III. Men aro now Hying who can romombor whon it was but a villago, when tho land ou which a part of Chicago now stands could be bought for a few dollars per pore. It lias in a tow years outstrip ped all of its western competi tors, and is rapidly beooming a rival to tho City of New York, a comparison of tho consus of 1880 with I89O will show that Chicago has gained ono now inhabitant every nine minutes for ton years. What is the "secret? ChioagoanB tell us that this growth is largely duo to their manufacturing enterprises. Eaoh of tho soparato industries has Drougnt in tuousanus ot lnnatmants. Tho Pullman oar works alono mado a suburban city of 8000; tho iron and steel mills have increased the city 50,000, while tho packing houses have brought 10,000 morp. Of courso as tho population increases all linos of industry look up. Now, Texas is a great stato and it will in a fow years henoo be a muoh greater state that it now is. Is there not already an opening for tho estab lishment of various manufacturing in dustries, which will now pay a reason able per cent and in future bring largo returns? The city that shows itself worthy of thoso conccrnB and fosters thorn in this formative period is destined to bo tho metropolis of tho state in tho days of larger prosperity. What is Waoo doing in this direc tion? How many industries of this kind has sho that aro worthy of such a oity? What oncouragement is her monoyed meu giving to others who desiro to come hero and by their enterprise onhanoo tho value of all property? Our farmers raise cotton. It ib ship ped to the cast and muoh of it aoross tho ocoan, aftor passing through the difforont factories thoreit oomos baok to our stores and wo buy the goods. It is possible that some of our fanners are woaring shirts mado of cotton whioh vaa raised on thior farms. If it could only talk what an interesting ttory it could tell of itB travols. Evory timo it oxohangod hands additional cost was added; but very littlo of all the monoy that oxohang ed hands beoausoof it, was seen hero. Why not havo factories horo, so the farmer can sell his ootton on tho homo market, and tho merohant can fill his counters from tho homo factory, and all tho men and women ncoossary to handle Uub artiole from tho timo it leaves tho farmer till it goes back to him in shapo of goods will make this their homo? Of course, there will bo somo hin drances at first; but whore we have men, mcltlc and money, hindrances vanish like dew before tho morning sun. A quostion sometimes arises in tho minds of strangers, why is it that whilo men in other cities aro adver tising monoy at from 5 to 7 per cont. hero every one has to pay 10 per cent? Oannot money be brought horo as easily as to Kansas City, Chicago or St. Louis? Is it a matter of seouritv? Aro not the business men of Texas as re liable as tho business moo of any other state? If it bo a matter of legislation that keens canital and Hntnrnrisn nut nf Texas, thon what aro tho pooplo of Texas minting about r Thoy make their own laws. Why not tako hold of this matter and mako such laws and shofl syoh a spirit n indusfrv as will in tho next ten vears bring in a flood tido of immigration that will transform nnr Tirairics into rioh harvest fields, and change cities like Waco into groat manufacturing centers, the smoke of whoso faotorios shall float abovo tho homos of two hundred thousand inhabitants Texas Traveler. Whon you neod a bottlo of pood whiskey for medioint purposes call on J.A.Early's. J Over Gaiters for ladies at Sloopcr, Clifton & Co's. Don't fall to go and seo that mystio and lucky letter Z in tho pretty show window 304 and 300 Austin street. If you want tho best cheap ooalin Waoo tolophono Laoy for tho Brier Greek. wwwiuifVVfUwiyfm- Keep out disease by keeping in healthy ac tion the liver, stomach and bowels. There's a pleasant and a suro way of doing it. It's with Dr. Picrco Pleasant Pellets. Thoy'ro tho best Liver Pill ever made, and a prompt and effective remedy for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Con stipation, Indiaestion. Bilious At tacks, and all derangements of tho stomach, liver and bowels. Thoy cleanse and ronov.ite tho Bystcm, quietly but thoroughly. Thoy reg ulato tho system, too they don't upset it, like tho old-fashioned pills. Theso aro purely vegetable and per fectly harmless. Ono "Pellet" a dose. Thoy'ro tho easiest to take, and tho mildest in operation tho smallest in size, but tho most efli cient in their work. Thoy'ro the cheapest pill you can buy, because they'ro guaranteed to givo satisfaction, or your monoy if returned. You only pay for the good you get. Gan you ask more ? That's tho peculiar plan, all Dr. Pierce's medicines are sold on. Undlsputod Authority. Tlio Tfnitrwl Si.iIim, T:..- -----;"- .-vvn iDL'iisary Buys that "Unionn nrn 11 utimtilnnf .It....:. and oxpootorant; they incrcaso tho annotito and drmnotn riiioRtinn " ri, juioo mado into syrup as in Dr. Gunn's Oninn Rvriln line o onontR.. --! -- the throat, luns and air passages, it uui. vuij uuich cuugns, corns, oroup and consumption, but its stimulating effect, fitronrrthftnn nnr 1-mil.lc 41, systom afterward. As a tonio and restors.uyo it bas no equal. Wo so lioit a trial in tho most chronic and stubborn cases. Price 50ots. Sold by W. B. Moirison & Co. S team Sausago Factory. Fresh Fish. Fresh .Lard. Fresh Oysters. Fresh Spare Ribs. All Kinds Meats And Sausage, Cheap for Cash. J. 0. Stafford. Wo E)VO CmnlOVincnt tnmnrnnnnnln and have moro teams engaged in do- iivonng our "juBtly eolobrated Bip Muddv lumn" ooal than nnv ntlmr- doalor in tho city. "Tolephono Egan ior coai. BUV lots and blonkn irnnr in Wnnn addition to Rockport, and start Orango urovos ana urapo Vmoyards, and your fortuno is doublv nSRiirmr A these lands aro enhancing in valur evory aay. aco an artiolo from Rockport papor in anothor column. J. E. Anderson. i Bnohlon's Arnlia Halvo. Tho best salvo In tho world for outs, bruises, eoros, uloers, salt rhouin, ro ver soros, tettor, ohappod hands, chll blalnn, corns and all Bkln eruptions, and positively mros pilea, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give satisfaction or aonoy'rofunded. Price 26 conta a box. For salo by W. B Morrison Oo. Everybody gooB to Joo Lonman's whon thoy want a good meal, or he oroam. Parte" Urp& o;n ach' -jvjhY goods below manufacturers prices, Soo thoir goods and get thoir pVjoos. Havo you used an Embroo Mcloan hiumvV V --OBJ Shrtwd pooplo, attention. Tho salo V at Jones & Goodloe's is absolute cost. Till! STATU OI' TEXAS, To tlio Sheriff or any Conetnblo of UnLcnuan CountyGreeting: You nro hereby commanded to Hr.nnuon J&k. K.Sjmrks bymakliiK publication ofihls cl tntlon In somo nowspitpcr publif hod In McLen nan county onc In uacli week for four rucccb eivo weeks previous to return duy hereof to bo anil nppcnr before tho nouorablo District Court or Mcl.cnnim Countv, Tuxns, ot tho next rcgu lur term thereof, to bo held in the Court lloueu, In the City of wnco, on tho tint Monday In, March. A. D. 18!, then nmlthcroto answer (lit riulntllT'B Petition, Died In a suit In Bald Court on the i!8th day of Jmnniuv A. 1). 18'J--'. -wherein. Martha J. Sparks Is Plaintiff, and das. R. Bpurks Is Defendant Kilo No. nT milt boluir No. WW. 'Ihcnnturo of tho 1'lalntlfJ'e demand le as ful lowa.to-wli: t A suit for iliiorco for setmratlnn fom tho bonds of matrimony baBcd on tho ground of cruel and abUBlyo treatment donertlon and fail ure to suppoit. Hi iiuin FiH.Nor, Bnd hae youthen and thero this Writ, with your endorsement thoreon, ehowliiK how you have executed tlio fame, UIVKN UMJSH illl 1IAWU oiii h. S, .Seal of inld Court, at OiUco In the : City of Waco, this the "Jstu day of? 1 January A. I) ls'J2. Attest: Z. K. TiKAHLKY. Clerk District Court, McLcnnnn County, Texas. Til I! STATU ItV TEXAS. To tho Sheriff ot any constable of McLennan cjnnty, (Ireetlne;: You arohcri'bycommimdcd to summon Ilel lon U, Croeby by making publication of thin citation In some iimrpnor published In Mc Lennnn county oucn In each week lor four suc cesclvo MovkB previous to return ilny hereof. to no nnu appear boiom hid noun auio wisirici Court of McLennan dourly, Texas, nt the next regular term thereof to bo held In tho court bouse in tho city of Waco on tho llrst Monday in March, A. I). 1Mi2, then and thcru to answer the plHlutlir'B petition. Illcdin n suit n wijA court on tho ihtb dny of January. A. 1). imi. wherein K. L, Crotby is plaintiff and IlelUi' C. Crosby defendant ,'1' Kilo No of suit bollix No Ml", Tho nature ot tho plaintiff's demand Is nsfoi lows, to wit' a Bull for divorce from thr bonds of matrimony baied ou tho grjumls of abandonment. Herein fall not. and havo you then and there tblB writ, with your Indorsement thereon, Mowing how you liuqe executed tho same, ; ' " : (liven iimlcr my hand and tlio seal ; L. S, : or snld Court, atOlllcn lu thacitr : : or Waco, this thoa'thilayorjanii . . ary, a. I) jmu, AtlCSP 'A. V. EASI.EV,a clerk Diitrlct Court, McLennan (J unty,,Texs Till: .STATU or THXAS, To the Sheriff or nny Coiutablc of McLennan tJounty ureotlug You nro hereby commanded, to summon by waking publication ofthln citation cue In och week for foor succeBalre weeks prior to tlio re turn day hereof iii boiiip uewnpapor published In McL-nnan county, Texas, tJcorgo Miller to bo anil appear befora tho IfODorablo District Couit or Mclennan conatv, Toxas, at tne noxt regular term thereof, to bo toldlntbn Court lonso, In tho Cltv of Waco, on tho llrst Monday In March A. D. 18D2. then tod tliero to answer lie Plaintiff's Petition, tiled In suit In said Court on tlio lltk day of TebruMy A. D. l'Jl Miller la Di-Jendsnt. Kilo No ofBUlt being No. MJJ. Tho natutu ortbe Plaintiff's dcmandls ns follows, to-wlt: Plalmlff seeks a Judgment fordlvorco on tlio ground of duel trt-atiiicnt, and abnnilonment by defendant for three yearn Ukuein i-Vur. or, and havo you then and thcro UiIb Writ, with yourondoricment thereon, showing bow you have executed tbo same Uive UsuktiMr IUnji and Real of 1. r, I B"l'l Court, at OIIco In tho City of h. B. ' Waco, this tho ath day f January A, ( 1 I) 1BW ATfKST '. F HI.A8H.V " i lork District Court, Mclxinnan County, foxas. X L.j