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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 2 1892.
W. HUNTER, M. D. suiitu:ox, tineo, Taxita, Slate lit Old Comer Drug Btoro. niilco hours ivt rosldouco, from 2 to 4 p. hi. No- 148 Soulh eighth Btroot. ,r H WILKKS, M D W. O.W1LKK8, M D ?;, jjeuce 120 N9 St Kesldcnco :tlU N K St. Eeililfice WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. 18, CHAMBEKSULOCK, jllt0 gt Old Corner Drug Store. Telepnono at Ofllco and Residences. Dr. N.T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. CO AT9 WM THOTT, 207 South Fini! Street. Best coal in any quantitj' delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. BUORKIK TROTT 207 South Fifth Stroot. Block of 20 lots in Waoo addition to Rockport on Herring, Kelley, Eyans and Ingo streets $400. J. E. Andeiison. The Big Muddy lump is strictly cold-weather coal. Tolephone Egan or coal. Buy tho "Big Muddy" lump coal Keep warm and givo your imaginaitou a rest. "Telephone Egan for coal." For the best and freshest bcof,pork mutton, veal, sparcribs, fish and oysters o 10 Crippen corner Fifth and Frankling 1 m am m Don't delay, if you desire Rock 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 lorjg run. Pahkeh Bnos. A , vJ Leslio for first-clasB watoh clock and jewelry repairing. Same building with II. E. Ambold Anstin Avenue. You do not havo to draw on your imagination while Seated at a fire of tho "Big Muddy lump." On tho oon trary, you havo to "draw baok" from tho "generous heat." Remember the Big Muddy and take no othor. Tele phone Egan for coal. When you need a bottle of good whiskev for medioine purposes call on J. A. Early's. If you want tho best cheap coalin Waeotolophono Laoy for tho Bkier Creek. Landroth's fresh gardon seeds and onion sots at J. A. Early's. For low prices on Heinze's fine mince meat and preserves call on J. A. Early. When you want nice fresh meat mutton boof, pork and purcrlard go to Mellor & Delaney 125 South Third street. Call on J. A. Early and get his out prices for Saturday. Try a pound of J. A. Early's Java Bloud coffeo 25o per pound. Big Muddy I Big Muddy 1 Big Muddy EGAN! EGAN! EGAN! Texas Central Railway. General Manager's Ofllce Circular No. 7. Tho flag station between Cisoo and Albany formerly called Hioks, will in the future be known as MOHAN, and, is today opened as a regular bill ing and telegraph station. Mr. II. C. Van Wio is hereby appointed Agent. Chas. Hamilton, General Manager. Waoo, Tox., February lBt, 1802. aABMADUKE,Tgsajsrsaff MILITARY EXgS inAlinUV BteamHeat. JMmiLMlfeIitr T VV. 11U1N XlJS. ' I'll I'SICIAX ASn.l ! Dn I 1 audakr Mfi The New Discovery, You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself be ono of tho many who kno tv from personal experience just how good a thing it is. f you have ovor tried it. you are one ot its staunch friends, because tho wonderful thing about it is, that when onco given a trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever aftor holds a placo in the houso. If you have never used it and should ho ailliotcd with a cough, eold or any throat, lung or chest trouble, seonro a bottle at onoe and givo it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial bottlo iree at W. B. Morrison& Co's drugstore. - yesterday wmTITKa H A Yt u b" day thestockJ. UJJUJJ1L I o f tho at. Louis Shoo Store wai eold out at auction by Mr. Lastingor, trustee It was bought in by Mr. II. F. Barks dale. Tho price paid in cash was less than ono-third tho invoice price. The lease 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 can do it for thirty days at the St. Louib Shoo Store, Sixth and Austin. This is straight goods. m m . Attention, Elks. All members of Waco Lodge No. 116 B. P. O. Elks are requosted to attend the regular meoting Tuesday eveniag, February 2. Initiations and import nt business, J. P. Masbey, E. R. Joe Lee Jameson, Secretary. For all stylus cf photographio work go to wickson. Rockport lots have two strings on fortunes bow, Orange and Grapo cul ture, and will double in value in a few months as it is the coming dor water port. J. E. Anderson. Call and see J. A. Early's fine can dies. Nothing in Waco like them. Special Kates. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas rail ay will placo Hound Trip Tickets on sale as follows: To Fort Worth, on account of Peo ple's Party Convention; sale days, anuary 31st, February 1st; Rate,s 3.55. To AuBtin, Texas, on aocount of Stockmen's Convention; sale days, January 8 let, February 1st; Rate, $4.40 To San Antonio, Texas, on account of meeting of Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows; sale days, January 3uth and 31st; Rate, $.7.00. Travis Jones, Ticket Agent M. K. & T. Rve whiskey, fifteon 3 ears old at J. A. Early's. If you want cheap ooal try Laoy's Brier Creek, .$5.50 per ton. Pure and white lard in bulk 10 cents per pound at GmrrEN's corner Fifth and Franklin. New - England - Magazine ILLUSTRATED monthly. ERARY. MAGAZIN OF BOSTON. THc It Is uninuo. containing Amorican Legends, Traditions, HiBtory, Story ana rootry, I'tiiiosopny aim juusiu; Scienoo and Art. A Few Articles for 1892. STOJtKS OF SALE3T WlTCIICllAV.T, Illustrated, 1'iiir.LivsnnooKS, llhistriitcit. JA.WF.S 1'AJITOX, Illustrated, JOirjJ.fS JIUSTOX, JIluMtrtiteti, XnE FUTUJIK OF JZLECTTMOITY, llliihtrnted, STOUJUS A. V1103IIKKXT FJMTUJli:. t) OU wtnt tbU carefully edltoil anil flaely Y illustrated jllterary magazine or Boston, whether you have any othoror not. Every Number Finely Illustrated. It treat" of American present Social, iUestkn subjects, pat and are discussed in Its columns. Price JJ.C0 a Wr. Smil Hf. for t Cample fop) J'ofnleim nil netraatanda, Addres NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE, 36 Podoral St., BOBton, Mass. A GLIMPSE OF TEXAS, lUAiiNinur.NT i:111mr in two OAKS in uoiui:, or.oitciA. A Wonderful Ilxlilblt .unci I'mclicnl Atlvcrllkcitiont for tho Stuto.-IUii , Slohhoii lit l)liuruc--A Duftcriitioii of II10 Cnm. From the Koino (Ga.) Tribune. One on 11 gtt a fair idea of the mam moth Stato of Toxaa right hero in Home, and hundreds of people did bo yesterday. Tho two cars containing tho magni ficent exhibit of products from the "Lono Star Stato" arrived in Homo lato Thurday night, and the East Tennesseo road left them on the How ell warohouso sidotrack at the Aim Btrong botol corner. As soon as tho cars woro oponcd to visitors they began pouring in, and during tho day it is estimated that a thousand or moro citizens of Home went through and woro delighted with tho novel and marvelous exhibit. Tho notice in The Tribune of-Rome and the cars themselves attraoted the orowds. Both aie International and Great Northern railway coaches, espe cially arranged fo" tho exhibit. On the bides are painted pretty land scapes and Texas soenes, and tho in scription, painted in largo letters. "Southern Empire and Industrial Texas." On the front car shipping and tim ber scenes aro painted in oil, and the national and state colors aro blended. In tho pictures of different Southern crops tho mottos are arranged, and some of them are as follows: "Texas school fund $100,000,000," "Texas haB 175,- 000,000 aores of land," "Texas has no mortgaged homesteads," "Fifty dol lars fine for carrying concealed pistols in Texas," and many others, but tho most prominent and plentiful inscrip tion is, "Go to Texas," and others of the samo meaning. A Tribune-of-Romo representative was mot at tho door by Major W. B. Slosson, tho director of tho exhibit, a most genial and pleasant gentleman, who is proud of his Stato and under stands sounding her praises. Ho is tho "right mati in tho right place." Conductor Shot. New Orlk vxs, Feb. 2. Jerry B. Sul livan, a conductor on the Northeastern ro.ul, lenclied tlie city stifioring from a fatal wound in tho abdomen, inflicted with a pistol by L. Lnwler, a hection foreman at Biown't switch, neai Slidell. Deny the Mutcnii'iit. PiULAnri.piUA, Feb. 2. The Pennsyl vania railway ofliieials entei an emphatic denial of the establishment of a now company for the purpose of competing with and ultimately raining the Adams expiebs company. Monitor on the Itockg. Annapolis, Md., Feb. 2. Informa tion is leceived that 0110 of tho monitors on her way to Norfolk, in tow of the academy steamer, Standish, is aground in tho James river. iOPXhiUi-Ctf- It isnh done y ' if that's why the guaranteo or Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription 6hould command attention. It's a guaranteo that means something. If the medicino doesn't givo satis faction, in every caso for which it's recommended, the money is prompt ly refunded. Remarkable terms but it's a rcmarkablo medicine. All tho functional irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to womankind aro cured by it. For leucorrhea, periodical pains, weak back, prolap sus and other displacements, bearing down sensations, and all " female complaints," it's an unfailing rem edy. It is a powerful, restora tive tonio and nervine, -imparting strength and vigor to tho whole system. Try it, if you'ro an ailing woman. If it doesn't help you, you havo your money back. As a regulator and promoter of functional action, at that critical period of change from girlhood to womanhood, " Favorite Prescrip tion " is a perfectly safe remedial agent, and can produce only good results. Cfyeap hols, The only oheap lots offered in Waco for tho last five years aro thoso now on the market in the Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waoo. Those lots aro being sold for one-half thoir real val ue, making a ohanco to scouro a do sirablo home such as will novor occur again. Cheap JLot e These lots lio high and dry. They overlook a large portion of tho oity, and havo perfect drainage. They lio in tho healthiest part of tho city, catch ing tho puro breczos from the prairie untainted by passago over any part of tho city. Cheap XiOt. Thoso lots havo tho finest soil, a rich sandy loam, admirablo for gar dens, and aro underlaid with puro water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen foot, which can bo usod for irrigation. Cheap liOt Thcso lots arc closer to tho center of the city than any other addition, and at tho same distance lots are sell ing for three and flvo times tho price asked for these. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or P. G. Kirkpatriok, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho Kirkpatriok addition oan obtain them upon application. A Sure Cure for Piles. Itching piles are known by moisture like perspiration, causing intenso itch ing when warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pilo Remedy, which aots directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a pormancnt euro. 50cts. Druggists or mail. Cironlars free. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadel phia, Pa Sold by W. B Morrison &Co. , If you want good coal, quick deliv ery, tolephone Laoy for McAlibter Lump. No ono soils it but Lacy. Hotel Royal Bar. Ilaydon & Haydcn, proprietors. Neat and quiet. Vory finest wines and liquors. Superb lunch at 10. Old friends and customers as well now will meet a hcartv welcome Removal Notice. Tho Bell Water Company offices have been removed from tho old placo, 413 Franklin street, to tho building No. 107 South Fifth stroct. Tho now offices aro better and moro convenient. Patrons and friends pleaso tako notioe of ohango. 1 Nice fro6h London layer nu BIDS 12 1 2o per pound at J. A. Early's. Remarkable Facts, Heart diserso is usually supposed to bo incurablo, but when properly treated a largo proportion of cases oan bo cured. Thus Airs. Elmira Hatoh, of Elkhart, lnd., and Mrs. Mary L Baker, of Ovid, Mich., wero cured after suffering 20 years S. O. Lin burger, druggist at San Jose, III., says that Dr. Milo's Now Heart Cure, which oured tho former, "worked wonders for his wifo." Levi Logan, of Buohanon, Midi,, who had heart diseaBo for 30 years, says two bottles made him "feel like a now man." Dr. Mile's Now Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by II. C. Risher. Book of wonderful testimonials fieo. Rushing, Tokay, Burgundy and St. Juliono winoa reduced from f)0o to 3fo per bottlo at J. A. Early's. My Store Genuine roduoed from 40 to oan. tf mapla syrup 25o. per quart A Sound Livor Makes a Woll Man Are you Bilious, Conatlpatedand troublod with Jaundice SlckHead aoho, Bad Taste in Mouth, Flln Breath, Coated Tonguo, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Pain In Back and botweon tho Bhouldors, Chills and Feyer, &o. If you have any of these symptoms, your ijlvor la out of order your blood is plowly boing poisoned, bocause your Liver does not aot properly. Heuhinb will oure any dlsordor of the Llvor,8lom aoh orliowols. It has no equal as a Liver Modlcine. Pnco 75 cents. Froo sample bottle at II. O. Bisher'a Drug Store Undlsputod Authority. Tho United States Dispensary says that "Onions are a stimulant, diurotio and oxpootorant; thoy incroaqo tho nppotito and drouioto dijestion." Tho juico raado into syrup as in Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup, has a speoifio action on the throat, lungs and air passages, it not only cures coughs, colds, oroup and consumption, but its stimulating effect, strengthens anc builds up tho system afterward. As a tonio and restorative it has no equal. Wo so licit a trial in tho most chronic and stubborn caseB. Price SOcts. Sold by W. 13. Moirison & Co. Steam Sausage Faotory. Fresh Fish. Fresh liard. Frosh Oysters. Fresh Spare Ribs. All Kinds Meats And Sausage, Cheap for Cash. J. O. Stafford. Wo givo oraploynicnt tomoropeoplo and havo moro teams engaged in de livering our "justly ooicbrated Big Muddy lump" coal than any othoi dealer in tho city. "Tolophono Egan for coal." 1 Buy lots and blooks now in Waoo addition to Rockport, and start Orango Grovos and Grapo Vineyards, and your fortune is doubly assured. As these lands aro enhancing in valur o'vory day. Sco an artiolo from t Rockport paper in anothor column. J. E. Anderson, Dnoklbn'o Arnloa Halvo. Tho best salvo In tho world for onta, bruisos, soros, ulcers, salt rhouin, fo vor soros, totter, ohnppod hands, ohll blalns, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively oures piles, or no pay required. It In guaranteed to give satisfaction or -iionoy refunded. Price 26 cents a box. For sale by W. B Morrison & Oo. Everybody goes to Joo Lonman's whon they want a good inoal, or he croatn. Parker Bros, can sell you goods below manufacturers prices, Soo thoir goods and got thoir priocs. Havo you used an Etnbrco McLean buggy? tiii: .ntati: or tilvas. To the Sheriff or nny Constnlilo of Mnlnnan CountyGreeting: You nro hereby coiniiimult'il to HCiumoa Jan. It. hjiurks by inaMiiK publication ofthls ci tation in somo now simper published In McLon nau count onco in ciicli week for lour huccub slvo weeks previous to return day htreof tu bo and appear before tho Honornbleflistrlct Court or Mcl.onnan Count , TexaB, nt the next regu lar term thereof, to beheld in tho Court Holier, In the City of Waco, on tho tint Monday In March. A. 1). )B!t then and thereto answer the riulntirf's 1'etHlon, filed In a suit In mid C'onrt on iho 'J8U1 day tit .l.nuntv A. I). I8W. m herein Mnrtbn J. Sparks isritilntlff. ami Ja. It. Sparks 1b Defendant File No. of suit belnir No MI'J. 'I ho ttauiTo of tho I'lalntlll's dcinund It as fol lows to-wl': A suit for iliTorce for separation fioin the bonds of matrlnrimy based on the giound of cruel mid abusive treatment desertion and fail ure to Bupnnit . Hkiikin Fail Nor, and have you Dim and thero this Writ, with your endorsement thereon, Bhowlnc how you lmo exocutod the fame. ' Uivkn Unubu My Hand and L. S. . Seni of mid Court, nt Olllcc In tho : : City or Wblo, this lliolth day or : January A. I) ln'12 Attest: K Ukahi.ky. Clork District Court, Mcl-enniin County, Toxae. tiii: ntati: OP TK.YAS. To tho .Sheriff or any constable or McLennan c unity, Greeting: Yiu nru lionOivoninninoilcil t summon nol le n C. tlroshy by muking publlrntltmuf thin citation In some nowtpnper published In Mc Lennan county onco In each week fur four sue ccerlvo weeks pnnlmiB to return day hereof, to bo and appear before the burnt nbln District Court of McLeuniin 1 mi' ty, Texas at the mixt regular term thereof to be held in the court house In the city e( ncn on the llrst Monday in March, A 1). IMi.' then and there t'lnuswer tlio plnlntlll's petition filed In n suit iu salt' court on tho 'Jbtli day of January. A D. Mi wherein K L, Crohby is plaintiff and IIclU C Crosby defendant Kilo No or suit belli). No ASI", The nnturool'the plaintlff'B demand Is as fel lows, t wit: a suit Tor divorce from Iho bonds of umtrlin ny ba-eit on tho grounds or abandonment. Herein full not and huvo you then and thero this wr t, with yur indorsement thereon, Showing how y. u linqp oxieuted tho same. ' " : (il veil under my himil unit tho seal ' L. S. : of said Court, at oillco In tho city ; : of Wuco, Ibis thoU-thday ol.lmui nry, A. I) Jb. Attest Z. F. IlKisi.Ev.a clerk District Court, McLennan C unty,.'leXB tiii: statu or tilvan, Tothe Sheriff or any Constable or McLennan tJounty Oreetlng' You aro hereby commanded, to summon hy roaklog publication or this citation tnce in osrh week for four siicccibIto weoks prior to the re turn day hereof In somo now s paper published in MoL-nnan county, Texas, (leorge Miller to bo add appear before tho HoDorablo District Coutt of McLennan coauty, Texas, at the next regular term thereof, to be told In tho Corrt House. In the City of Waco, on the first Monday in March A. D. 18'rJ, then and there to answer the l'lalntlff s I'ellllun, tiled In a suit In said Court on the lltk day of February A. D. lhsl wherein Alice Miller la l'lalntlff. and G-orgo Miller !e Defendant. Kilo No ofsult holng Ho, SAM. The nature of Iho Plaintiff's demand is us follows, towlt. Plaintiff seeks a Judgment for divorce, on tho grounds of oiuel treatment, and abandonment by defendant for three yearn Mkhein Kaic Iot, and havo yon then and thero this Writ, with your endorsement thereon, showing bow you have executed tho same -a Givki UfiiKitMr IIanij and Heal of ( 1 sld Conrt, at Oillco In tho City of ( L. S VWaco, this the 2itb day or January A, ( 1 1 WJ2 Attkst 7. V Bkaslkv , t lerk District Court, McLennan County, Texas. ft Ml.v 4 M, 1 i H 'I it , wrubT brunca, now l..J