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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 29 i892 Waco ruti: ii:i'Aiiti:?it. liOfliitlon of Klro Alarm IIoxcn. 4 Fifth Wari F ro StMlou strikes 5 Corner S h -ind Austin ' G ' 4th " ' " 7 Central Flro station " IIII inn nun iimti iiiiiiii i-iii i- mi i iiiii i-ntiii l-imiit ii-iiin U-IIItll iiimiii n Went Knit Fire Station " 13 Cor .er U h ft id Wmhlngton ' 'U fttliaml Miluoro ih " '15 '10 '17 1 25 "m btli a ul Co umbos " 8ttintnlJncson " Jtli and Wolxrur " Hth ml Ulcveinml Mil awl Speight a; 6tli:inl Waliln g-rm' " S3 ltoy.il Hotel 5th ft il Franklin " ill H'H Hi uooion .t;ns mil nun ainrj iii-inui " 37 Corner 1 th anil Jefferson ' ni-n HIT All bou mtinboiiMl above 8 striken tlin$ IJox 13 strikes 1 Rnil Mois, tlio strikes Ul mnkliu Hox lj, then repouts four times llox ! slrlkcxU inil st 'lis, then strikes III II sinking Ilox "5 .1 (1 so on DIIlCTIONt FOHfllVINO AI.AHM. Keys ll be foil 'd In tiililo'iceon each coi ner wheroljoteuBrolnca id OponFIro Alnnn Boxes ami iu)l Uook Joun find lei go. Leave key In box Turn alarm In only or Urea. flOOJllue for false alarms blow tapping or belln signify company sails. 8c ond Friday In each month ea-h box Is tanned twice, teatlne b xch and clrcnlt Hi o When alarm of lire H give ho Fire Depart meat has trie right of way on a I Ureets All vehicles must drive near the sidewalk nm! kenp away from the Urn tAO) tine for running over hOKC. llepnrt of any care'ess driving going to or from flres by the Fire Department ttlll be thankfully received by the Oh er, as fast a' d careless driving Is str ckly forbidden. mm.rTOm-acmniag1MluJLJ I 111 IIUHIIUJ CM Big Muddy t Bis: Mudrtj! Big Mud.ly KG AN! KG AN I EG AN! Joe Lohmnti la thu most popular ros taurant man in Texas. Hjb plane 117 South Fourth 'trpet It only take two dollars a month to pay for a share in tho Uitv Savings Bank. Joe Lohnnn'b lor loo oream and oonfectionories 117 South Fourth street m To Subscribers. Those who arc in arrears on sub ecriptions will please call at the of fice and settle before March 1. I will colloct strictly in advanoe from that date and will be compelled to cut off all delinquents. S. J. Qday, City Circulator. Tin I n 8 ft D II ovv a8 a I In I H"l n new D0k an( pe- a III 8.UJUJ riodioal storo will will bo opened up at 401 Franklin street, where lovers of Literature, Music and Art will find all tho peri odicals foreign and domestio, latest novels, sheet tnusio and all tho Tra-La-La's of a popular house. Keep your cyo on the place and your mem ory on the number of 0. T. Wdloy's new stand. The Greatest Strike. Among tho groat strikes that of Dr. Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure has proven itself to bo ono of the most important. Tbo demand tor it has become astonishing. Already tho treatment of heart discaso is being revolutionized, and many unex pected cures effected. It soon relievos short breath, fluttering, pains in side, arm, shoulder, weak and hungry spells, oppression, swelling of ankles, smothering and hoart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart and Nervous Diseases, free. The unequaled New Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by H. 0. Rishor & (Jo., also his Restora tive Nervine for hcadaohe, fits, sprees, hot flashes, nervous chills, opium habit, etc. . A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man Are you Bilious, Constlpatedand troubled with JaiirdKt- SfckHead aohe, Bad Taste in Mouth, Filn Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkin, Pain in Back and between the Shoulders, Chills and Foyer, &o. If you have any of these symptoniB, your Lilver Is out of order your blood is slowly boing poisoned, because your Liver -does not act properly. Hekbine will euro any disorder of the Llver.Stom aoh orBowels. It has no equal as a Liver Medicine. Prico 75 cents. Free sample bottle atH. C. Rumor's Drug Storo. M- K- & T- To Now Orleans and Return ou account of 5-l i e-L cai ui '! ufas, Tickets on sale February 28 and 2o, pood for roturn passage 10 days from dato of sale For maps, folders, sleep ing car aooommedations, tickets or any information, pleaso call on or ad press, J. E. SMITH, Tiokot Agont M. K. and T. Iiy., No South Fourth street, Waco.Tox $15.80 SOCIETY Card parties will always remain a popular form of entertainment because of the fact that more en joyment can be gotten from them witli less trouble to guest and hostess than any other kind of party. Whist parties are hardly sociable enough for a gathering of young people but euchre gives an opportunity for conversation at the same time that a pleasant game is enjoyed. One of the bright events in the past week was the euclrc party given by Mr. and Mrs. William Woodward on last evening com plimentary to Miss Nannie Wood ward of Montgomery, Ala. Five tables participated in the game which closed with the following result; Miss Randle and Mr Wil liamson won the first prizes, a handsome silver pulT box and a silver card case; Miss Oliver and Mr. Dockcry were the boobies, Miss O ivcr receiving a miniature drum, bearing the inscription "Easy to beat," Mr. Dockery was presented with a blacking brush marked "if you can't shine above, try to below." Mrs. Woodward then served a dainty collation after which several hours were pleasantly passed in music and conversation. The guests were, Miss Delia Baker, Mr. Wm. Beers; Miss Oliver, Mr. John Tscharmer; Miss Pcarre, Mr. Williamson; Miss Thompson, Mr. Sears; Miss Burke, Mr. Chas. Turner; Miss Goodrich, Mr. Tom Dockcry; Miss Mattie Jones, Mr. H. D. Brown; Miss Woodward, Mr. Ulric Nolan; Miss Randle, Mr, Willie Neil; Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Monroe. A very dclightlul gcrman was given by the Philos on Thursday evening last, complimentary to Miss Nannie Woodward, the charming guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Marshall, who leaves for home early in the coming week. As it was the first crerman that has occurred for some time, all were in good dancing trim, and a most pleasant evening was spent by all present. Mr. R. O Burn ham conducted the figures with much grace and skill; the Renick brothers furnished the music. The dancers were Misses Woodward, Farrell, Mattie Jones, Speight, Rotan, Burke, Goodrich, Hallie Jones, McLendon, Taylor, Pearre, Boggers, Saffarrons, Dickey, Oliver, Mistrot, Maggie Jones, Olive, and Messers Gus Jackson, Will Beers, W-. W. Massey, Woolfork, H. D. Brown, Rufe Williamson, Jas. Williamson, R. O. Burnhan, H. L. Taylor, Geo. McLendon, Lee Caruthers, Connor, Gregg, B. A. Killough, Will Hawkins, R. B. Banton, A. A. Weille, Will Parker, Jas. Curry, Ned Marshall, Ned Sears, Dr. Searcy, Robt. Caruth ers, W. M. Mattox, Ed North, Gid Massey, Tom Clark, Wm. Farrell, A. L. Dunnica, Bonner Cornish, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hall pike, Mrs. Sears and Mrs. Aik man. Mrs. James H. Sturgis enter tained the ladies of the "Literary Tea" club on last Wednesday afternoon. After the reading of the various interestingpapers and a selection by the hostess, dainty refreshments were passed and dis cussed together with other things of interest. The afternoon scored quite a success. The following appeared in the Galveston News of last Sunday in an article speaking of the ladies who are working hard in the in terests of Texas at the World's Fair. It is a deserved compli ment to one of Waco's soaial lead ers. "Mrs. Georce Clark of Waco was among the charming visitors to the city last week, and is one of the most enthusiastic workers connected with the world's fair committee. Socially Mrs. Clark is very pleasant, and in Waco she is the spirit and life of the circle over which she presides. Much of her time is spent abroad and in Washington city, where she is one of the leaders of a brilliant coterie. Mrs. Clark is a pretty brunette, with a pair of handsome dark eyes, and enjoys the reputation of being one or the best dressed women in her circle. She is the wife of Judge George Clark of Waco, the Warwick of Texas Democracy, and is universally ad mired for her numerous gracious qualities." Mrs. L. S. Craik will entcnain the "Woman's Club" on Monday afternoon at her residence, corner Washington and Fourteenth. The club with its gentlemen friends will also be entertained bv Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson Dc Hart on Tuesday evening next. With Wednesday. Lent begins and society, so to speak, will go into mourning for a while and give the belles a rest in which to plan their new spring costumes with which they will dazzle the eyes of the beaux when post len. ten gayeties begin. Personal. Miss Nannie Woodward leaves sometime early in the coming week for New Orleans, where she will attend the festivities attend ing the carnival, From there she will return to her home in Mont gomciy, Ala. Mrs. James G. Harrison, of Dallas, is a guest of Mrs. W. L. White on Speight street. Miss Harriet Taylor has re turned from a visit to friends in Houston. Mr. W. H. Cameron spent sev eral days in Dallas during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Cox have returned and have apartments at Mrs. Bradford's, on Washington street. Mrs. Nellie M. Scott, of India napolis, is a guest of Mrs. D. D. Fairchild on Austin avenue. Waco society will learn with pleasure that Miss Pauline Wynne has almest entirely recovered from her recent severe illness. She will return home at an early date. Miss Lucy Dickenson returned to Marlin on Thursday, after a pleas ant visit of a few days to Mrs. J. G. Winter on Columbus street. Mrs. S. W. Slayden entertained the Ladies Whist Club on Thurs dayafternoon. TO Y 15 OF THE A V- Ml m bbw WACO. Tho St. Louis Shoo Storo will Una week make its last ieduotion on La dies' High Grado footwear, and will continue selling at this discount until tho last pair is sold or stook olosed out. We havo also oponed about 250 pair sample bIiocs that drummers havo had on the road, and will sell them at wholesale prices, by tho single pair. Do not fail to seo theso goods. ST. LOUIS SHOE STORE, Corner Sixth and Austin, Any boot in tho house $1.50. Finest California bottled winos, at 35 oents por quart, best bargain evor offored in Waco. J. A.Early. Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. (Tho latest dotigns in ingrains Thompson hangs them on common walls with success.) Just Received Largo Stock Frosh garden seed. Como ye market gardeners. Wo havo ample to supply you in everything. W. L. Tucker, at "Lion Drug Store." Gonnesso canned corn $1.20 per dozen at J. A. Eailj'e. Will be Given Away. Our enterprising druggists H. 0 Itisher & Co., who carry the finest Btook of drugs, perfumeries, toilet nr tides, brushes, sponges, etc, aro giv ing away a large number of trial bot tles of Dr. Miles' celebrated Restora tive Nervino. They guarantoo it to cure headache, dizziness, nervous prostration, slceplessucss, tho ill eflectF of spirits, tobacco, coll'ee, etc. Drug gists say it is the grotttcst sollcr they ever know, and is universally satisfac tory. They also guarantoo Dr. Miles' Now Heart Curo in all cases of tier vous or organic heart disease, palpi tation, pain in side, smothering, etc. Fine book on "Nervous and Heart Diseases" free. BUSINESS NOTICE The News Is not rospoiidlblo for nor will Itpay any bills unless Authorized by a wrltton or verbal order from tho mannjior. Removal. The Waco Wati-r & Light Company havo removed from their old quarters on Fourth street to new and elegant offices in the Provident Building They occupy room No. 11, 1st floor fdolng Franklin street me ol tho fin est and moBt acceB-iblo rooms in the building. ' To Subscribers. Thoso who aro in arreirs on sub scriptions will pleaso call at tho offico and settle before March 1. I will collcotly strictly in advance from that date and will be compelled to out off all delinquents. S J Quay, City Circulator. You do not have to draw on your imagination while seated at a firo of the "Big Muddy lump." On tho con trary, you havo to "draw back" from tho "generous heat." Remember tho IJig Muddy and take no other. Tele phone Ecan for coal. ' Everybody goes to Joo Lonman's whon they want a good meal, or tie oream. Wear your old shoes a little longer ana wait tor tho new shoo store, 414 Austin street. A Sure Cure for Plies. Itching Piles are known by mois ture like perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing, yiold at onco to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts direotly on paits efleoted, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effeots a permanent cure. 50 cts. Druggists or mail Ciroulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. VliLKE3S. Why will anyone romain weak when they can be made strong 1 Eyeryone should kn w that the entir human atructuie in conatautly being torn down and rebuilt, the same as in the vegetable- world the trees shed their leave and again put forth new shoots. Now, when tho blood becomes too weak to carry to the kidneys and liver this dead tissue that should he removed, the whole system becomes enervated and a distressed feeling of weakness and unnatural fatigue follows. One feels half dead, so to speak, and liter ally is half dead, the old tissue clinging in DO YOU FEEL particles throughout the system, prevent ing the forming of new tisauo and th awakening of new life. At such times a medicino that will enliven tho blcod, re move its sluggishness, fill it with red cor puscles, and strengthen it, is necessary. There is only 0110 uch medicine and that U Dr. John Bull's Snrsaparilla. Its action on the blood is like the cITict of cream on coffee, it male) it good. Do you w an t to feel the exuberance of perfect health? Doyou want to feel strong and full of life in every part? Do you want to increase your self control and be a perfect man or perfect woman, fiee from the unnatural tenden cies of wasting and debilitating diseascst Then use Dr. Bull's Sarsanarilla. It will make you feel new and full of strength. "I would now be In my pr.we had 1 no! UKCd Dr. Hull's Mnrt.nnnrill'i- t irn nnin it "urruwa, ixiMUGHin, iiy., w rues I UstlDss.and so weak that 1 spent more iALF DEAD? half my time lylne in bed. My memory was bad. I could not concentrate my mind on business or anything. My nights were restless, and my Uieamt unnnturmly vivid. I lost llosh, and seemed to be wasting away. I emw desnondont, and constantly fearful that something evil was going to happen, Tho smallest out would run Into a sore, and my blood was tain and cold. I heard Bull's 8ariiparllla was a good strengthening med icine, and so Rave It a trial. It has made life geem dlUorent to ai, and filled me with ctlvlty,hope and determination, whllemr health Is all 1 could desire." Mrs. Luoy Iledel, Lawrencoburc, Ind writes: "I was weak and nervous, welched only elghty-slx pounds, took twenty-three bottles of Dr. Hull's Barsaparilla, and crow strons and fat. I now weigh 117 pounds." B-Jf you love your child, look after 1U JTe!fare,y occasionally giving It Dr. Joha Bull's Worm Destroyers. Ther never ii harm and will keep ll well. r Smith's Tonto Syrup cures chills aa lever after quinine has failed. It Is pleas ant to take, and never falls to cure. You da yourself a wrons to use quinine or any other chill medicine. JonN D. Paiik & Sons, VhoUtaU Jgmt ITS, m and 179 Sycamore Bt, Cincinnati, a 18 iiilt & Co., 414 AuBtin, the shoo house new The Hobson lino rutiB to tho Waco Greonhouso. Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Fui sett of upper or lowor teeth, $12.50 Tho Hobson line runs to tho Waco GrcenhouBo 14th and Barron street (Elegant room moulding slights damaged nt your own prico at Thoron son's E. J-,) ' ' Pure and wlnto lam at 9 cents por pound in ton pound cans at Cltip. ven'f, corner Fifth and Franklin. Hilt & Co., tho coming gieat shoe houso of Waoo, 41 1 Austin avenoo will open up about tho first. ' Fishing tackle of ovory dosoription with a full stook of huntorflsupplie 11. K. A tnoLDa Buy tho "Big Muddy" lump coal Keoptvarm and give your imaginaiton a rest. "Telephone Egan for coal." For tho next thirty days, seo our prices. They will astonish you, Pakkeh Bll08. A .1. Loslie for first-class watoh clock and jowelry ropairing. Same building with II. E. Ainbold Austin Avenue. E. ETThompson sells wall paper at 5o per roll, real valuo Ifm mr mil (seo those elegant designs in wall pnper irom 00 to ijsa.OU per roll.) Dookery & Co., Assuraneo Agents ropresent first rlass oompanies only, Eyory attontion paid to placing risks. Givo us a call at our new quarters in tho Provident building. ir Baoklen'a Aralaa Ualvo. Tho best salve In tho world for onto, bruises, soros, uloerB, salt rheum, fe ver soros, totter, chapped hands, chll blnlns, oorns and all skin eruptions, and positively sures piles, or no pay roauirod. It In o-nnrantnoH , ,f( satisfaction or uionov refunded. Prico 26 cents a box. For sale by W. B Morrison r do. Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standara Granulated Sugar 20 nounds for onn dollar. Franco-American Food Co'a Frenoh Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents each . Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low prices on everything. Call and soe Joe S. Thompson, The Grooer. Undisputed Authority. Tho United Stutes Dispensary says that "Onions aro a stimulant, diurotio and expectorant; thoy increaso tho appotito and dromoto dijestion." The juice mado into syrup as in Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup, has a specifio action on the throat, lungs and air passages, it not only cures coughs, colds, croup and consumption, but its stimulating effect, strengthens anc builds up the system afterward. As a tonio and restor .tive it has no equal. Wo so licit a trial in tho most ohronio and stubborn cases. Prico 50ots. Sold by W. B. Moirison & Co. Tulia .Lots Garden spot of the great Panhandle Rich loamy soil. Great wheat country. Tulia Lots Tulia is tho county scat of Swisher county. One of the finest oountios in tho great Panhandle. Court houso, churohes, sohoola, &e, o. Tulia Lot Swisher oountv ia devnloninrr ranidlv. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan- uio uany ana tne man witn tho plow is daily going to SwiBhor county. Tulia Xjfc A pretty town in the prettiest country in tho world. Land level as a floor and producing immense crops of all uuiuuis, vugmauies anu iruus. Tulia JLto Everlasting frecstono pure vvator in illiinitablo quantities at twcnty-livo to thirty feot. Tulia Lots Are in a growing town, in a growing oounty. Pronertv is advancinc dailv and will continue to advanoo in a way to matra tho hoad Bwnn. Buy now. Don't delay a day. Lots cheap aB dirt at prices now asked, For maps, plats and othor particu lars apply to I. H. Eouldy, 411 Franklin street.