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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 8 1892.
J' W. HUNTER, M. D. IIVi-' V1IVS1V1AX A Xirs Villi Ii'O.V, . 'Taxnt, Slnto at Old Cornor Drug Htoro. nnico hours nt roaldouco, from 2 to 4 p.m. So. 1408 South Eighth stroot. W.II.WIUCKS.MD Keslucnce iv " W. O. WILKES, M D ltcsldcnce ail) N 12 St. DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and burgeons. S, UlAMBKltSl.l.UUv. gl Old Oo-nur Diok Blore. Tolepnono at OUlco nn J nosldences. Mfttc Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First Nation.il Bank. Llvor Complaint BlUlonsnoss. The chief'symptoms of this disoaso are depression of spirits, foul coated tongue, bad tasting mouth, disagioea bio breath, dry skin with blotches and eruptions, sallow coniploxion and yollow eyes', tired aching shoulders, dull pain in rijrht sido, faintness, diz ziness and irregufar bowols. This oomplaiat in all its forms can be readily cured by taking Dr. Gunn's Improved livor pills as directed, and a lingering spell of'McknuBS will often bo warded off by their uso. Sold at 23cts a box by W. B. Morrison & Co. II0K.JA1IESG. BLAINE WILL NOT BE A CANDIDATE THE PRESIDENCY. FOR EUOESE TBOTT, 207 South Fifth Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. RUGRNE TROTT 20 7 South Fifth Streot. Dockery and Co , Fire Insurance Agents Provident Building. Best companies and oloso ntion to in terests of insurers. Joe Lohman'a for ioo cream and oonfeotionoricp 117 South Fourth street. BUSINESS NOTICE. The News 1b not responsible for nor will it pay any bills unloss authorized by a written or verbal order .from the manager. as lit- could saddle up and ho has not since been stcu. Public sympathy u with Jennings. Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. Hp Mnheft Tlil Announcement Vrne UN I'nrt.v tit Slnnd Iih-Uio IndiiHtrliiluiid l'l rrincliil 1'nlioy if llio lovcrnmcnt--Ciiii Not Muml tlu htvsiln ortlio Cunwis. Washington, Feb. 8. The following letter explains itself: Washington, Feb, C Hon. .T. S. Clnrkson, chairman Republican na tional committee: My dear bir I am not a candidnto for the presidency and my name will not go before the Republican national convention for the nominutioii. I mako this announcement in duo season. To those who tendered mo their support I owe sincere thanks and am most grate ful for their confidence. They will, 1 am sure, make an earnest elTort in tho approaching contest, which is rendered especially impoitant by reason of tho industrial and financial policies .of the government being at stake. The pop lar decision on these issues is of great moment and will bo far-reaching in con sequence. Very sincerely yours, .Taming. Buvini:. Joe Lehman is tho most popular ros taurant man in Texas. His plaoo 117 South Fourth streot. The Best;in T6xas. McAlister Lump is the best sold in Texas. Laoy is tho agont. coal sole Wood. Cord wood and stove wood always on hand at GunLEY Wood Yard, Telephone connection. . Hotel Royal Bar. Hayden & Hayden, proprietors. Neat and quiet. Very finest wines and licpuors. Superb lunoh at 1Q. Old friends and customers as well now. will meet a hearty weloomo. A Now Firm, Hardwick Bros, the' new firm of grocers and hardware men of East Waco are doing an immense busint-ss. Why? Because they sell for cash, and give valuo roooived. It will savo you money to call on Hardwick Bros , near Central depot, East Waco. For all stylos cf photographic work , go to liokson.' Eockport lots have two strings on foriunos bow, Orange and Grapo cul ture, and will double in value in a few months as it is tho coming derr water port. J. E. Anderson. If you want chpap coal try Lacy's Brier Uiieek, 5.50 per ton. Alitbiimu I'ul'llli'is Dctpelate. Birt.Mi.vuiiAM, Feb. S. Tho fanners ot this section arc almost desperate ovei the low price of cotton. Fanner Poll ot Coffee county last Tuesday learning cotton was still declining set his crop on fire and committed suicide by jumping over a bluff. John Williams, a farmci of Limestone county, offered his seed cotton lor saje in Athens and finding how cheap cotton was selling drove to tho cent ie of the bridge over Elk rivei and dumped the load into the water. Sales are lower here today than forty seven years past. Pure and whito lard in bulk 10 cents per pound at Crippen's corner Fifth and Franklin. Everybody goes to Joe Lenman'f when they want a good meal, or lie orcatn. Tho Big Muddy lump is st rictly cold-weather coal. Tolenhono Egan or coal. Buy tho "Big Muddy" lump coal Keep warm and give your imaginaitou a rest. "Telcphono Egan for coal." My Store Gouuino inapla syrup reduced from 40 to 25c.' per quart can. tf A Sure Cure tor Pllos. Itching piles are known by moisture like perspiration, causing intense itch ing when warm. Tins torrn as wen aB Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, yield at ohcfo to Dr. Bosanko's Pilo Romedy, which aots directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and effects a permanent cure. COots. Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 32!) Arch St.", Philadel phia, Pa Sold by W. B. Morrison &Co. For the best and freshest bcof,pork mutton, veal, &preribs, fish and oysters $.o Crippcn corner Fifth and Frankling Our goods and our pricea do our advertising, we find it best in tho long run. Parker Bros. A J. Lcslio for first-class watoh clook and jewelry repairing. Same building with II. E. Ambold Austin Avenue. Phjilcnlly Distillled. Nkw Yoirx, Feb. 8. Tho Press thin morning has an article .signed by Carson Lake in which he says: "Secretary Blaine will not bo a candidate for tho Republican presidential nomination. 1 have the highest authority, next to Mr. Dlaino himself, for making tho state ment. This decision of Mr. Blaine is the result of his belief that -his health, though now, good, will not bear the great strain of a canvass for the presi dency and the subsequent duties of the presidential office. He knows that tho nomination of his party is at his com mand, and that even President Harrison would not coutest with him against the overwhelming sentiment i'n his favor that pervades the Republican party in every state in the Union, hut ho realizes his physical eonditjou to be unequal to tho task of canvassing the two states of New York and Indiana, one of which the Republicans must carry to win the presidential election." An Abduction Cum'. PiTTsncuu, Feb. S. A bold abduction of a boy was mad at Wood's Run. Tho son of Mrs. Kane was enticed away from his home by a man. The police are investigating the case. It appears that John Kane and James Hughes were playing in front of their homes when a man came up and offered them candy. They followed him dowu the Fort Wayne track almost to Jack's Run,' where he said ho would get them more. Then near Jack's Run ho sent the Hughes boy back, giving him 10 cents to puichase a lead pencil. This was a pretext to secure the boy of Mrs. Kane. llio Hughes uoy got tho pencil and re turned, but tho man and boy had disap peared. The Hughes boy went home and related the facts. Tho police have no clew yet, Mrs. Kane, the mother of the child, had no idea why her son should be taken. Her husband left hei about two years ago, and the jiolice d not doubt the probability of tho son be ing abducted by tho father. The World is Better for It. Tho world is hotter heuaute of suoh a remedy as Ballmd's Snow Liniment, because this article relieves it of rauoh pain and misery, and wo nro thus en abled to enjoy its brighter side. It positively owes all forms of Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Headache, Sick Head ncho, Lime Back, all Sores and Wounds, Cuts. Sprains, Bruiboe, Stiff Joints, Contracted Musoels, Poison, Eruptions, Coins,. Weal: Hack, and all pain and all inflammation on man or beast. Its the best because its tho most perictrAtiup. Beware of all white Liniment which nm bo palmed off on you for Ballard's Snrw Lini ment. There is nouo like it. Sold by II. 0. Risher it Co. Steam Sausage FactoryP Fresh Fish. Fresh .Lard. Frebh Oysters. Fresh Spare Ribs. All Kinds Meats Ami SausHce, t Cheap for Cash. J. C. .Stafford. Boware or Imitations Of McAlister coal. No one han dles the Genuine article but Laoy. Fishini; tackle of every description with a full stock of hunters suppli o H. E. A'IBOLDS. You .do not have to draw on your imagination while seated at a fire of tho "Big Muddy lump." On tho con trary, you havo to "draw baok" from tho "genorous heat." Remember tho Big Muddy and take no other. Tele phone Egan for coal. If you want tho best cheap ooalin Waoo telophono Laoy for tho Bkikr Greek. When you want nico fresh meat mutton beef, pork and purerlard go to Mellor & Delaney 125 South Third street. Nice fresh London layer raisins 12 l2o per pound at J. A. Early's. A. D. Adams & Bros.. Bard to Beat Poaoh and Apple Cider Try mo I am good. ... Tho Pool Open Aga n. The repairs at the Natatorium aie completed. Some big improvements have been madp; the pool is lull once more of olear, sparkling hot water. The tub, necdlo and vapor baths are complete and as perfoot as any in the country.- Tho publio iB invited. Toil Padoitt, prop, Br. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full sett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. For tho next thirty days, seo our prioos. They will astonish you, Parker Bros. Clillt' Nu. Nnw York, Feb. s. Mail advices from Buenos Ayres say the Diaios di ratches from Santiago. Chile, report that the minister of marine of Chile contemplates ordering at once tho con structiou of a powerful armor-clad, which shall be more tormibablo "in armor, speed and guns than the Capital! Pratt, which is now iinNhiug neai Toulon at the works of Forgss et Cliantiors, Jueimerninean. Tlie minor- clad will bo named Bl Congresso. Calculations havo been made to de tormine the advisability of lenioving the timet of the Iluascur, leaving her with an armor protection of from 2 to 4 i inches. This change would increase hei speed to that of the cruiser class for a comparatively short distance, as her coal capacity is limited. Prevalent opinion favors this scheme. Tho government of Chile contem plates sendmg''tho cruiser Esmeralda to tho United States as a representative of tho Chilean navy at the World's fair. The Aguilla, now lying at Bueno Ayres with a complement of about eighty Chileans aboard, was purchased a short time ng from the Lavaicllo com pany by the Balmaccda government, foi U--0 as a transport. A crew wie suit to her by a mail steamer, but before sho could get ready Balinaceda was ovorthown. It was rumored that Chilo was trying to induce the company to take her back, as there was no f urthei use for her, but that rumor died out with tho prospect of trouble with the United States. She can easily bo aimed with light guns ?and used either as a commerce destroyer or as a transport. She is a twin screw steamer about !!l!C feet long, her displacement is !M00 tons and she is said to havo a bpeed of seven teen knots an hour. Colonel Mills' tii.tfli. New York, Flu. S. Roger Q. Mills at a dinner Friday night, given in his honor by tho Rofonn club, was speakei of the evening, and for the first time in dicated in i0 public, speech tho line of action to bo followed by himself and friends in the present congress regard ing the tariff. llo declares his in tention to oppose the proposed half way and standstill measures somo Democratic leaders advocated. He scouted the idea of going back to tho tariff of 'S;S and accepting that as a final .settlement. Democrats have been fight ing that tariff for years and ho was for eternal and uncompromising war. In closing he said! "1 will follow wherever the flag points to free trade. I will fol low wherever that Hag goes, no mattei who carries it, and I will fight wherever tho battle is pitched." We give cmplojincnt tomoropcoplo and have more teams engaged in de livering our "justly celebrated Bip Muddy lump" coal than any othci ileHlcr'in the city. "Telephone Ega'n for coal." l Buy lots and blocks now in Waco addition to Rockpoit, and start Orango Groves and Grupe Vineyards, and jour fortuno is doubly assured. As these h.uds are enhanc'nn- in "ol"" every day. See an article, from u 'Rock port pper in anothv "'?- am. ' J. E. ArusRoON. Mil MM. Tiuis'iM'i'i: ok 'i'i:..ts. To tho Slicrlft' or uny Cunetublo or llr.I.unnioi county, Gr. cling: V. V. McOlnln AtlinliilBtriitor cfllio PMuto of F. Jl. Mn'ilt-ld lii'iennil IiihIhk lliwl In our County Court his ili.nl Atimint m tlin comll lion of tlie Ktatoif Milii V. .M. lln)llol(l Do craecMl tOKi'llii'i- with an niijillvstlnn to bu ills Limited Irulii suit! Ail rrjuUtn. loin) l- Vou am llcn-by Loimninnlnl, Hint by Jiubll cntiond 11 writ for twenty Uiihii amiBin. per rt'Kiilnrly iiulillfltcil In tliu County of Mu l.t-nnnn tou Rle dm nolle, lo nil iiciai n lu ti'ivht l In tho Aoroiint ft r 1 1 mil huv lenient of mill KkUiU', to lllu tliHir objection tliereUi, 1 hnv thny linvo, on orliuforu tlin Jliircli twin. lS'.U, nffinlil Cntiuty Court, column Hi j nml to be lioklm tit thu Court Ilount ot mi Id County. In Wx'o on tho II rut Momlu) In Mori It IrtU, uIifii Bitl Ai'conul iiikI AiiHrntlon lll betotiHltlor eilljv fund Couit. Witni-rh irty hnnil i nil foul of : : olllro, nl ueo thlMSitl iluy ofl'i b- : I.. N. Tunrv ltW .1. 'rt lUhKii, Clerk : .. O' unty unit MnTonnHtiU.unty, Tmb, by T. II, Ilimu.N. )iiulv. Iiisiiuo 'I'm Ins. Oi.athi:, Kan., Feb. 8. John and Marshall Burdge, twins, aged ift, have been declined insane by tho probate com t and will lie sent to tho asyliim, Their father died in the insane asylum, but the innlady did not attack tho sons until recently, when both became vio lent at the sarno timo. The officers had great difficulty in effecting their cap ture. ' The insano twins barricaded tho house and guarded it with drawn re volvers, The officers finally broke in a window and placed a pan lighted with hitlphur within. Soon tho twins rushed from the bouse, fleeing as if for life and discharging their weapons in every di rection. They wero finally captured alter a severo struggle. Big Muddy I Big Muddy! Big Muddy EGAN! EGANM "EGAN! Get Laoy's priocs on Brier Creek best olieap coal sold in Waoo, Ladies, we havo just reoeived fresh itook of flower seeds. W. L. Tucker, "Lion Drug Store. If you want good coal, quiok deliv ery, telephone Laoy for McAlister Lwmp. No one sells it but Laoy. A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man Aro you Bilious, Constipatedand troubled with Jaundice BlckHead aohe, Bad Taste in Mouth, Fiin Broatta, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain In Back and between the Bhoulders, Chills and Eeyer, &o. If you have any of these symptoms, your Silver is out of ordor your blood is slowly iininn-nnisonod. because vour Liver doos not act properly. Hkhbinb will cure any disorder of the Llver,8tom aeh orBowels. It has no equal as a Liver Medicine. Prioo 75 cents. Free sample bottle atH. O. Eisner's Drug Store, Shot II lm llimii. Nasiiviu.e, Fob. 8. A well knowii fanner of Bedford county has taken tho law into his own hands and avenged an outrago upon his wife by shooting down one of her -assailants and is now engaged in pursuing another, who, strange tc say, is tho son of tho man who now lies a corpse, The shooting occurred Friday and tho story as told by a neighbor of tho avenging husband is as follows, Sam Black well went to sec Sam Jen liings, who was sick in bed with grip, and during his visit saw Mrs. .Tenningt go to the bani. Ho got up and followed her and entering made an indecent pro posal which tho woman rejected. Black well, however, seized her and by threat ening her life succeeded in his imrpo.se. The men wero neighbors. Blackwell told his son what had occuned and the latter immediately duplicated, the as sault. Tho woman, who was seriously injured, finally managed to get to the house and informed her husband of the nlfair. Mr. Jennings arose at once and taking his shotgun found the cldei Blackwell, whom he shot and instantly killed with a charge of buckshot. Thfc younger man had seen Jennings coining and mounting a horse fled toward Ala bama. Jennings pursued him us soon 'Uftd VJ Tin: yi'A'riKic ruxAS. ro the Sheriff or any CoitBtnblo ol AJnl.eiuiMi t oiiuty-(irci,t'iiK Yon aro hereby rniiuiiiU'di'il to Ht.n.imn Jah It biiurks lyinMi.iitilillention ofihls cl tutton In KOino iii!vihier piihlhheil in Sh'I.en nn counts once In oixh week nr tour micccb BhouiekB iri'vlonMo ruin n rnvy lfroorti be ami niuiea' la fore tho liiuiortili'e liintr t Court of Alcl.omiun Loiint , TexiiB nt tho nrx t regu lar toim tlnrcof, to Imlivlil It ' i ur. . 0110 in thu Cltv of tirn, on tho fir. t ftoiirtny In Mnroh, A. I) HU tliiii iiiul there to answer tin) l'luliitltT's I'd Hon, 11 eil in neu't In mid Lonrt on tliu JSth ily i f .1. liuury A I) ihW. IiuicIii Mnrllin.1. Sii.-trfeh 1 I'iMiiilfl. m d Jo. R.Bimrku 1b Dcfcndiint l'llc No, of cult liflii No Will. Iliuimture of tho l'hUiiUfl's dunlund U life fol Iowh to.ul : A ntlt lor tllvorru for Betmrntlon f oin tho bonds of niiilrlu ouy luified on the Rroued of cruel nud nliutlu trenlinent ileBertlon nndlnll nni to Biippolt. 'Ukukin Kill, Not, nr.d lime you I lien nml tin ro thin Writ, ItlijourcmlorsementtlieiTon, Bliowluuhotr yotihuM' exrtutedtho rnnto, Oivkn Umivii Sir Hand md L. S. Sen i rmld Court, nt Olllco In llio j .City ol Wbi-o, thUtlio '.'jthduy of : JuiiiinryA. t) l.-M Attest: '.. V Rkahlky. CH-lk IHnlrlel Ci art, .Mclj?nnau County, Texee. fto, Jo Plain enough tho way to a clear complexion, frco from blotches; pimples, erup tions, yellow spots, and roughness. Purify your blood, and you havo it. With puro, rich blood,' an nctivo liVor, good appetite and digestion, tho hue of health follows. Doctor Pierco's Golden Medical Discovery cives you all of them. It is the blood-purifier. There's no lack of them, but there's none like this. It's guaranteed to accomplish all that's claimed for it. In all dis eases arising from torpitl liver and imptiro blood, it benefits or cures, or tho monoy is refunded. With an ordinary medicine, it couldn't bo done. But this isn't an ordi nary medicine. It is the cheapest blood -purifier sold, through druggists, because you only pay for the good you get. Can you ask more? Tho "Discovery" acts equally well all th year round. Till: STATKOl'THA'AS. To tho Sbrriff or any conetnblo of McLennan c-innty, (IrnUIni;: Y it aro liereliveoinniniided to summon Hol loa C. Crotliy by iiuiMpk publication ofthls citation in mine newipiiper published In Ale l.eimun county oncn In each mi ok lor four erc cuvtlvn wcuhB iireloiiB t return dny liproor, tobu niidnpnonr Imloro tho bono ablo DUtrlct Court of Mel, noun t mi ty, Tcxiib, nt the nojt rcKulnr term tlicrrof to bu held in tlie ci urt house, in tho city i f rco on tli llrnt Monday In Mnroh, A 11. l-C-J, Ihen and there toniiBWur the iilnltitlfl'a I'etltl n tiled In n suit lu nab' court on tho SMli dny of January. A 1. IsS, therein K. I., Crohby Ih plnUllir und HelUi C. (.rosliy deleiidanl Kilo Mi of Bllll bobiK No r.SI, llio niittirool tho iilnlntllV'B domnnd Ih as fid low, to wit a milt for dlvi rco from the bonds of matrimony biucd on tho grm.iU of abandonment. Herein full not ami have you then and (hero thlB urt, with y ur Indorsement thereon, Showing how yi u liaqe e.vcuted thu Bamu : (liven ui.doriny htiud und tho teal 'I.. S. of Hiild Court, at Olllco In tho city : : i f Wncii, this tho'2 thdayefjaau- i .... nry, A. I), iwi.'. AttcBt V.. Y, IlKLEy,a clerk lilBtrkt Court, Mct.onnan C unty, 'L'axg Till: STATU OP TK.YAN Tothe Sheriff or any Constable of Mcl. County Greeting You aro hereby commanded, to antnrnon by nidklng publication or thin citation cacoin a ch week for four siiccoihIvo weekn prior to tho ro turn day hereof In bojiio newspaper publlolie In Slclirnoan county, ToxaB.OeorKO Millor t bo and Appear before the llorjuxatilo District Coutt of Mclennan couuty, Texas, at tho next regular term thereof, to bo I old In the V urt Ilonae, in the Cltv of Waco, on the first MomU ; In March A. I). 18'JJ, then and there to nnnwe r tbn I'ialntlll's t'ellllon, filed In asultii said Court on the 11th day of Kebrupry A. U. 1SV1 whei-rtti Alice Miller In I'laintllT, ami 0 orge Miller l D-'fendant. Kilo No ofsnlt bcIogNo. M'il. Tborjatnioofllie Plalntlff'a deiuhnu (s as I'followH, to-wlt; l'laintlu necks a juaginoni joraivorcu oiriuq CrounilH of ciuel treatment, and abandonment j defendant for three yearn Ukhhin Vjlu Not, and hare you Ihen and there thin Vtrt. with your endorsement tbcreon, allowing bow you have executed the same . CiiVEi UhdliiMt Uakd and Beal of ( I aald Court, ot Olllco In the City or l. 8, V Waco, this the 23tb day of .lauuary A, I 1 1. inn. Amur '.. V. Ucaslkt. -, Clerk District Coart, JfcLennsn County, Teiaa.