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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY a7 1892.
IT WILKES, M D W. 0. WILKES, M D rtNld'cnco ISO N9 Bt Residence 310 N 12 St. - I DRS WILKLS & WILKES rXljoluiuiio aiiu uuigcuna. HOOMS IN PHOVIDENT BUILDING. MsU at Old OornoT Drag Btore. Tclepnone Bt Offlco and Residences. J W. HUNTER, M. D. TIiySlCIAX ANJr.BVJHWOtf, Wot; - Tuxai. glnto nt Old Corner Drug Btoro. Ofllco hours nt residence, from 2 to 4 p m. No. 1408 South Eighth stroot. Dr. N- T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. Khoenb Williams. I Wm. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors at Law, rito rsi ex t it vjTjinxa, WACO, - - - TEXAS. Hartley & Burleson, Honk, Job a nil Commercial JK South Third Strrrt, KearHltehell House, A Trial Order Solicited. MANSION HOUSE Corner Sixlli mid. 'Washington, nits. J. in. WMUJINS, PKOriUHTRESN l3"Goo( rooms and unexcelled table. Hest of serrllo at tlic most reasonable rates Con ?enlcnt to business center of tlio city. E. T- DENNIS & BRO. FUKEKAL DIKECTORSEBIBALMERS 018 Austin Avenue. waco, : : : texas, CO AT EUGEXE TROTT, 207 South Fifth Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. 207 South Fifth Streot. COMMERCIAL HOUSE." Cor, Eighth Clay Sts. Only tiro hlochs south of Mo. l'aelfic It. It Depot. xemns-r class.-i Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. I 'IUIUJJII'u FOR THE CURE OF LIQUOR MORPHINE HAEIlb. CALL-; ON OR ADIJRESS THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T Ruckei. I Tbo days of wonder will never coaso till tho ond of tho world. Racket Now is your chanoo to down all lOo and 5c. oounters at 4o. and 3o. at tho Racket Store, G12 Austin Streot. Nothing like it. a!3 FOSTER'S FOREIGN TRIP REVIVES CONSIDERABLE GOS SIP IN FINANCIAL Circle Concerning mi Internntlmml lllmo tultlo Conference Thn Lnrgo Shipments of Gold Tumi to Sttstuln tlio Opinion tlinl '11 Meeting to tlmt Mini U Pontile. New Yoke, Feb. 27. Tho Tribnna 1ms the following: Tho departure of Sec retary Foster on Ida European visit liaa reeved considerable gossip in financial circles in this citj-, and interest is sus tained in th subject by tho continued movement of Kold to EuroDo. It was said by men who aro in a position to 00 won informed 111 the matter, that tho probability of a bimetallic interna tional conference was stronger than it lias been in 11 lone tune. Tho friends of honest finance havo not been idlo in tho last fow months and 11 vast amount of work, it is said, has been dono to pavo tho way for u conferenco of tho Euro pean governments with tho United States looking toward a satisfactory agreement which will avert posbiblo dan ger that might be bred fiom tho present depression in tho prico of silver bullion. The financial interests of tho country aro loolring to congress to take prompt action on tho resolution now in commit tee in tho Eonate, which contemplates negotiations for an international consul tation on tho silver question. Its pas sage by congress will bo peifectly satis factory to the business men. It was as serted by well informed finan cial men that if this resolution passes congress theio is little or no doubt that a bimetallic conferanco is assured. Correspondence has passed between tho principal authorities on finance in this conntry and England, which is said to havo resulted in a thorough convic tion that Great Britain will favorably respond to any invitation from this country to discuss tho question of estab lishing an international ratio between gold and silver, and bankers who havo personally conferred with men of financo on tho other sido of tho Atlantic testify unanimously to tho changed attitude of many English thinkers and practical business men toward the silver problem. There is strong confidence thnt Mr. Goschen, tho English chancellor of tho exchequer, is even more favorably dis Iosed toward tho recognition of silver in tho moneys of tho world than oven his public utterances would indicate It is asserted that England would enter any international conferenco with far inoro cordiality than was shown at the last conference. It is said that there aro strong grounds for believing that as full powers as possible wonld bo given to any commissioner which that government might appoint and it is also believed that assurances havo been received that the French and German governments would heartily co operate in any congress of nations to consider tho silver question. I'altliorn 31iit !o. , St. Louis, Fob. 27. Tho South western Railway and Steamship associa tion has been in bession but is unable to do anything. Tho cause is the attitudo of tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas road. Waldo, in its behalf, has notified tho as sociation that ho would not support it because Chairman Faithom knew noth ing of tho peculiar conditions of tho southwest and therefore was not suited to tho position or worth $15,000 per year. Waldo demanded a change. However, at the session a peace was patched up. Faithom will remain chair man until March 13, when tho associa tion will meet at Chicago. On March 12 tho Western Traffic association meets to determine its own fate. If that body breaks up tho southwestern probably will also. A Nen l'rodlgrj. Shrrvetokt, La., Fob. 37. A little prodigy has inst been unearthed near Ruston in the shape of a diminutive pickaninny, who can read the Bible. Ho earns many stray nickles from tho gray haired darkies in tho neighborhood by reading passages from tho scriptures to them, and also from white visitors who marvel at his attainments. He is said to be perfectly familiar with the Now Tes tament. He has not taken to newspapers yet, "because." as an old granny puts it, "ho hain't edicated high 'nough to do datyit." rironion's (irlevuucu Conference!. Yoakum. Tox., Feb. 27. Tom Cow den and othors of tho Brotherhood of Locomotivo Firemen loft for San Antonio to moot Chief Sargent and others of tho board of adjustment. Thoir visit is in connection with tho grievance which tho firemon claim to havo in connection with tho lato strike. A number of the late strikers hero feel confidont that they can succeed in having a boycott against tho Sap ordered by tho Brother hood of Locomotivo Firemon, but it is tho general opinion hoi 0 that they will not succeed. Women I'u Id Klvu Cents a Day. Munich, Feb. 27. At a libel trial held in this city tho fact developed that an embroidery manufacturer had in Ins employ women who under tho "sweat ing" system received only 5 cento per day. Captain George F. Chase said thai Garza was still in Texas, hiding in the dense thickets. Tho above cut ib of tho now building on tho corner of Fifth and Franklin streots creoted by Mr. Tom Padgitt and used exclusively for his whole sale and retail saddlery and harness business and carriages, buggies and vehicles generally, it is is nn impos ing building, 01,0 of tho finest and most oxpensivo buildings in tho city and tho business within its walls ex tends over the state and surrounding state. The other Inrildit g erected by Mr. Tom Padgitt in the last two years, tho natatoriuni, is also a fino structure and both are a great ornament to tho city and a orodit to tbo publio spirit of tho builder. All Hands AVrre Drowned. London, Fob. 27. Nows of a torriblo disaster in North sea, by which a steamer wont to tho bottom carrying evory soul on board with only ono exception. Tlio bteamers Loughbrow (British) and Forest Queen came into collision off Flambor ough, a village of York county, East Riding, on the North sea. So quickly did tho Forest Queen founder that her ciew had no chance to save their lives and all hands, with tho single exception of the captain, went down to a watery grave. VonllctorNiit Guilty. Lajiak, Mo., Feb. 27. The case against L. O. Malonee, cashier of the defunct bank of N. M. Willie, indicted for re ceiving deposits while the bank was in a failing condition, has resulted in a vor diet of not guilty. A MAD POET rushed Into a newspaper office recently, and threatened to "clean out" tho es tablishment, because they printed hli verses wrong. Said he: "I wrote, "To dwell forever In a grot of pence,' and you idiots put it 'a pot of grease.'" The mortified editor presented him with a vial of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, a year's subscription and an apology. Tho littlo "Pellets" positively euro sick and nervous headache, biliousness costiveness, and all derangements of the stomach, bowels and liver. It's a large contract, but the smallest things in the world do tho business Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They're the small est, but tho most effective. They go to work in the right way. They cleanso and renovate the liver, stomach and bowels thoroughly but they do it mildly and gently. You feel the good they do but you don't feel them do lng it. They're tho cheapest pill you can buy, because they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. You only pay for the good you get. That's tho peculiar plan all Dr. Pierce's medicines are sold on, through druggists. FOR SALE, 1000 aore farm, 500 in cultivation, all first class prairio land. Ton houses, barns, sheds, wells and ono nover failing spring. Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400 aores oaoh, and many othors cheap and on easy terms, RANCHES. Ranging in numbor of aoree of 320, 500 1200, 1400, 18G6 and 3,000, situated near Waoo. We can soil special bar gains in houses, lots and businoss property. Bell & Sassaman, Real Estato and Rontal Agonts, 111 South Fourth Btroet, Waoo, Texas. Nox All The now oigar. Nothing ile Boats tho record for flavor. Jtfox All Tho only Hand Made, Havanna filled, Fivo Cent Cigar in Waoo. Best ever made Try them and you will smoko no other. Wox All Has como to stay, Thn Pionoor Cigar Faotory, G29 Austin Street. BUSINESS NOTICE. All bills duo tho News for advertis ing from July 15th aro puyablo to R. Christopher or his authorized col lector. This applies aHo to sub scribers. Elegant Photo's. Having scoured tho services of Mr, W. M. Hall, of Chicano, as operator and retoucher, will guarantee tho pub lio a finer class of photographic work than has over been shown in Waco Havo rocently purchased tho as well a9 tho finest photogra in Texas. Call on tho old photographer and see samples largest ens bio W. D Jackson. This is Pretty Good. Mr. John 0. Goodwin, oarpenter of Danville, III., writes: "About two weeks ago a heavy saw log- fell upon my foot very badly crushing it.so that I was unablo to walk at all. I sent for a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lina ment and kept my foot well sat iratod by it. It is now two weeks since this in- happened, and my foot is nearly well ir and I am at work. Had I not used jty Snow Linament I should have been p, laid up at least two months. For id healing wounds, sprains, sores and bruises it has no equal. No inflamma tion can exist where Snow Lioh mentis used. You can use this let ter. , Bewaro of all whito linaments sub stituted for Snow Linament. There is no other linament liko Ballard's Snow Linament Sold by II. C. Itishor &Co. SOCIETY NOTE. Items and communications lntendod or till department should bo sont to No. 309 North Twelfth stroot or tele phoned to No. 30. on or bofore Friday afternoon of eaoh week, In order to receive proper attention. Nows notes recelvotl after 10 o'clock Satur day morning oannot appear until the next week, howover much wo may regret the delay. Sleoper, Clifton & Co. havo added a repairing1 department in connection with their shoe store. All repairing of boots and shoes neatly done Charges reasonable. Leave your shoes to be halisolcd at Sleeper, Clif ton & Co's,, corner of Fourth and Austin streets. Watoh for tho opening of tho great new shoo store, 414 Austin Btroet with a bran now fresh stock and all dainty styles. MHIO AfruutM Wiinleil tltlelcl v to supp'y the iiiininiiko demand for co;n vi:i.i.'M,iri:ot'M(iiisi:o., fiOO 1'imeii, Klclily Illustrated, l,rlco,l.fi(l. A Ulncranhv of the World's Greatest Divlno. by the Siuirueon of America, ltcwaro of catch penny books, tills Is tho ht an it ant Agents' succefs astonishing Interest IiiIi-iim) Bend quick 30c for outfit and get the territory Adduces IllJIllIAIlIi ItltOS., 10(1 Itlico htreel, IMl llldul pllltl or, Itrouilway A: liiicuM Si., .St. I.nuls, Itlo. The Texas & Pacific Railway EL PASO ROUTE. The direct lino to Shroveport nn-1 Now Orleans, 10 lexarKann, ncinpuis, si. iiuim, mo North and Enet, nud to all points la To.xhs, Old nnil.New Mexico. ArlznH, Coloriioo und California. The Favorite Lino via flacrnmento lo Orecon and WHsblncton. Only lino offering Choice of Routes to Points la the Houtbeait.vla Tcxarkana, Sbrev,crt and New Orleans. TAKE "THE ST. LOUIS LIMITED" Between Ft. Worth and St. Louis. no Fastest Tlmo between Texas anc tbo North and East. Double Daily Line of Pullman Palace Sleeping' Cars through to if. Loui'3 via the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Through Sleeping Cars Between New Or leans and Denver and St. Louis ana El Paso,, For rites, Tickets and all Information apply to or Address any or tbo Ticket agents or O. I FEOAN, Trav. I'ass Afj't. UAHrON MENMKIi, (Jem Pass. AT.ig't. JOHN A. i KANT, Uil VIco-I'ro. DALLAS, TEXAN. No. 181)7 Till: STATROF TRXAN, To the Miorlff or any Constable or MiLontw connty, (irooUng! " G. '. Triply MlmlnUtrMor of tlio estate of M. Ilomand Denuded. Imlrg filed In onr County Court Ills Final Account oftLn con dition or the Estate or said M Homnrul Decoin ed, together with nn nppl cation to bo dljcharc- ahlti ou are Hereby Uommamtr d, thnt by publi cation of this u ill hi twenty days In a nowspa per regularly published ! tho County or Mc Lennan you glvo due notice to nil persons inter ested in tho Account for final .Notilmicnt of said Estate, lofllo their objections thertto, If "; "ic. iji.id, un r iipiore me iwn en term, 1893, prsatd Connty Court, commencing and to acoon tho firnt. Mrmlnv in MnrM. mm , ald Account and Application will bocomldcr- ou uy emu ijun. Witskbs my hand and seal or oPlco at Wnco this SOtli day : of January isw. iL'8' :.. ,' W.hakib. Clerk County Court : !Mcl,cnnn 1 onntT, Texas. lly T. II BnowN, Deputy. Mo. 1411. thi: statu of ti:xas. To tho Micrlff or any C'onetnble or McLennan county, Greeting: V. , h. JtcClaln Admlnlitrator or tho Eptnto of F. M. Maitleld Dccentcil having Hied In or County Court lit flnnl At count ol tho comU Hon or tho Etatonr Rain K M. .Maylleld He censed together with an application to bo din charged from said Administrators!! You aro Hereby Commanded that by publl catlODot IiIk writ for twenty din sin nnonsna. nor regularly pnblivhod In tho County of Mo Lennan youglTodiiunotli! to all persnn In torcsttd in tbo Account tor 1 Inal 8e lenient of said Estnte.tolllo their objection-thereto, V any they hare, on orberoro tho Mnrch term. 181U, orsitld Connty Court, commence gnnd to beholden nt the Court Hoitst ofsnld County, in wmooou the first Monday in March ikij, when sad Account and Application will boiouslder cdby said Court. : Witness my hand nd teal of : : offlco, at aco this Drd day of Feb- : L. H ruary 16W J. W IUkx-h. Clerk : .. C"nnty t outt McLennan Cuunty, Texas, ;by T. If. ltnowN. Uoputy. h- fonding railroads, lor they have anlo mea than mysolf omployed for tha at ss purpose, i have no connection wis them and no special interest in thou excopt in ho far as their interest nrJ comport with tho interest of the peoplj of Texas. Itocent lossonn in govern; meiit have taught ub that theso inters ests are reciprocal and inter-dopendj etit, and that a blow aimed at one wiL necessarily recoil upon tho othor Texas oinnot destroy her railroad without bringing ruin upon hor pco pic, no more than sho could destro hor people without injury to hr rail roads. Wo aro in the sumo boat ant must float or sink togothor. J Thero was no necessity, follow-oitil zens, for a disturbance of husinoss ot a terrorism of invoBtmcnts from thq pissago of a commission law or an, " ' .n O.l,.,, qutna ha" Til i: S I'ATi: OK TEXAS, g he st us in bd id re hie k ht To tlio Sheriff or any constablo or MclCiman cunty, Grei tint;: 1 11 nro hereby commanded t summon Hcl len C. Crosby by making puhllcntli 11 of tills citation in some newt pnpor published In Mo l.eunnn county unco In inch wick lor four buc ceilo M-toks proilnus to return dny hereof, to bo nud npiicnr beloro tho bono able District O nrtnf McLennan) 011 ty, Toxns at the next regular term thereof lobe held In tlio cc urt I101160 In the city f neoonthe first Monday In Mnrih, A 1). WU, then and thero t'inusuer thn plaintiff's putltl 11 (lied in n suit In salt1 court ou the Satli day of Jnnuory. A. D. lS'ji wherein K. I., Crofcby Is plniutlu nnd HclWt, C Crosby defendant Fllo No or suit belnj. No r.811, The nntiiroof tlio iilnlntlff's demand Is asfol lous, to N It: a suit for dlvi rco from tliu bunds of matrlm ny blued 011 the grounds of aband nmeut. Heroin ril not nud havo yon then ard there this ivr t, with y ur Indorsement thereon, Phoning bow ,.111 hnqe executed the Bruno ' ' (lUen undormy hand hiiiI tho seal I,. S. ol nnld Court, nt Olllco In tho city : : 1 T Waco, this thoi! thdnyorjanii OTy, A. 1). lMU. Ittest Z. I'. UrAHiKT,a clerk District Court, McLennan County, 'Cexs Tin: statu or ti:xas. To tho Sheriff or nny Constablo of McLennan CountyOrcotlng: Yon aro hereby commnmUd to flUaiccn Jas It bparks by mnkltiR publication or this ci tation in somo uuwspnpor pnbllihed in McLon na 1 cnuntj onco in each week for fonr Bucces sUowucbs rrovlousto return dayh reortiba and n)iicar before tbo Monornblu District Court orMcI'Oiman Count" , Texas, at the next regit lnr term thereof, to bo held lit the Court Douse, in tlio tltv of Waco, on tho llr.t Monday in March. A. D. Istri then and thero to anucr tho I'lulntiff's l'et'tlon, filed in a suit In rnlil Court on tlio 'JSth day of Jnnuiuy A D. WJ2, wherein Martha J. Sparks Is I'lnlntlrr, and Jan. II. Sparks Is Defendant File No. of suit bclnor No MW. Ihcnattiro or tho I'lalntlO'a demand It asfol lows to-wl : A suit lor dl orco for siparatlnn from the bonds of nmtrln oiiy based on tlio ground of cruel nnd nbuelye treatment doeertlon nnd fall ttro tn Buppmt. Hkiikin Fli. Not, nnd hare you t lien and thero this Writ, w Ith j onr endorsement thoreon , sliowluif how yon have executod the fama, ...... .. , Givkn Undik My Hand and L. S. : Ben nf raid Court, at Ofllce In the : . City of Wneo, this the 2Sth day of ; January A. D lr.U'2. Attest: 'i F Heahlet. Clerk District Conrt, alcUnnan County, Texas, Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lehman's. A Raro Clianco. If you want a piano or organ of fino makes now is tho opportunity to buy one on your own terms and at prices unheard of. Call on J. B. Payne and sco tho largest and finest stock of pianos over brought to central Texas and asK terms and prices. This is tho opportunity of a lifo time and no pru dent person fchould ncgleot it. Tako notieo in time, There will never bo suoh a ohanco to buy organs or pianos as cheap or on suoh terms. I, E, Thompson soils wnll papor at 5o per roll, real value 15o per roll, (eeo thoso elogant dosigns in wall paper from 5o to 2 50 per roll,) Hfl H ma u a ub Tff mrffiff MILITARY ACADEMY. liupcrior Ilvdene, Salt Batlu, Oit, iTlsctrio Light, fltomCrilt itddmiLnllaBir. 1 Ml KIT SI UIII.S. UU. ilHxyflkfll n