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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCHW 1892.
W. O. WILKES, MD Kc6lilcnco:!'0Nl2 8i. W. H. WILKES, MD DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. ItOOJIB IN rnOVIDEM' 1 L'lLT'INO. 8lVe at Old Corner Drw? Btoro. Tolepnone nt Oillco nnd Residences. . i W. HUNTER, M. D. .ar0f . . X,,. Slato nt Old Cornor Drug Btoro. Ofllco hours nt roHldenco, from 2 to 4 p in. No. 1408 South Eighth stroot. J Dr. IN. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street ovei First National Bank. Eoar.Nn Wiu-iajis. Wjt. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors at Law, PAWING THE EARTH. JOHN L. SULLIVAN STILL AND CROWING. BLOWING I'jtoriiwsT jtviLiumi, WACO. TEXAS. Hartley & Burleson, Honk , Jolt mill C'niiiiuurclal W Sonth Third Street, JrarMltclicll Hoist, A Trial Order Solicited. He Win 1'lnlil Anjlmily Peter Mnlier, iliu Irlfili Champion iiml llravyuidnlit, Trie to Jump fioni a Our Window In North Ciirolliin, New Oiiliuns, March 7. In nnswei to Sullivan's letter offering to fight Sla vin, Mitchell or Corbett, President Noel of the Olympic club forwarded John L. Sullivan articles of agreement for a glovo contest to n finish with Charley Mitchell, tho meeting to tako place next October for n purso of $2.",000. It may bo stated that Mitchell is very anxious to meet Sullivan and before ho left tho city ho placed in tho hands ot President Noel a p.iper authorizing a match butweon himself any other pugilist. and Sullivan oi - no teu vitcd Hill to cross her border is wttii some interest hero, when tho Vnct was brought to tho attention of Rotiro scntativo Robertson ho said that hejlmil noticed tho omission, but supposeM it was duo to tho fact that tho Democrats of Louisiana weio engrossed in the: po litical fight. "1 am a Hill man, " added Representative Robertson, "becauo 1 think that he is tho most available. " Th Kentucky AViij. Louisvu.u:, March 7. Near Mt. Ver non Emmett Snodgrass, town marshal, was shot and killed by his brother, Isaac Snodgrass. It was the result of Emmett having killed his brother, "Squire'' Snodgrass, eomo two years ago. MANSION HOUSE Corner Sixth unci Washington, HHS. J.RI. IVIGGIKS PROPRIETRESS 3Good loom and nnex died table. Hcst of etr :o at tlio inott Tea ui nble ratoa Con Tenicnt to business center ot thu city. R. T- DENNIS & BRO. FDKERAL DIBECTORSEHBAIBERS 518 Anfitln Avenue. WACO, TEXAS. Commercial House. Cor. Eighth Clay Sts. Only two blocks south of Mo, 1'actfl Jt.Jt Jlejiot. tr jp iestciass.;-! Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. Racket. Tho days of wonder will never cease till tho end of tho world. Racket. Now is your chanco to down all lOo and 5o. counters "at 4a. and 3o. at tbo Racket Storo, G12 Austin Street. Nothing liko it. BUSINESS NOTICE Tho News Is not respond bio for nor will ltpay any bills unless authorized by a writton or verbal ordor from tho manager. Blackwoll Hotel. Good beds and best of fare. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 25 cents, 120 Second stroot, next door to the oourt house. tf FOR SALE, 1000 acre farm, 500 in cultivation, all first class prairie land. Ten houses, barns, shods, wells nnd ono never failing spriDg, Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400 aores eaoh, and many others cheap and on easy terms. RANCHES. Hanging in number of aores of 320, 500 12C0, 1400, I860 and 3,000, situated near Waco. We can soil special bar gains in houses, lots and businoss pioperty. Bell & Sassaman, Keal JtLBtate and Rental Agents, 111 Cm licit Will Not right C'hoj IiirIiI. Philadelphia, March 7. In an inter view Jim Corbett said that ho had au-, thorized no ono to make a mutch for him with Choyinski nnd ho will not light him, having already bested him foui times. Corbett expresses his willingness to meet Fitzsnnmons or tho winner of tho Jaokson-Sluvin match. Wliat John Say. Minneapolis, March 7. An Associ ated Press representative interviewed John L. Sullivan on Mitchell's answei to his challenge and tho "big fellow '" said: "I have read Mitchell's reply to my challenge) and can say it is on a par with his entire attitudo toward inc. Ho asserts that he stood mo off twice and extracted forfeits on both occasions from mo as tho records of tho contest will prove. These men have hounded mo over since Harrison and myself formed our part nership. They caino bore full of blow and bombast professing to have plenty of money to back either or both to fight me, knowing my hands were tied, but on being called by Charles Johnson oi Brooklyn, who deposited $2500 with the Now York Herald, they were found wanting. That deposit remained up foi nearly a year. They never covered it. They hammered away at mo with all sorts of challenges and bluffs. My dial lengo is issued, but I will make any concession in reason to meet this Mitch ell or Slavin or nny other tighter. Any reputablo or honorable stakeholder will suit me. Tho only things I insist on are that tho match tikes place between the middle of August and thu first week in September at the outsido, Marquis oi Queensberry rules to govern. I am just ified ill this for the reasons that my season ends in Juno with Harrison and wo resume Sept. 1 and our contracts are made. I must have an outside bet ol propor dimensions to justify mo in pre paring for tho contest, us I don't propose to have them sneak out of it when it comes to an issue. Marquis of Queens berry rules I regard as the only fail rules, as under thoir government a man must fight, not run away. If Mitchell, Slavin, Corbett or tho rest mean busi uefs, let them act and not talk and cry about my weight. That is disad vantage rather than an advantage, and simply stamps Mitchell's assertions as ridiculous and laughable, which any one who knows anything about fighting will concede. My ultimatum is made, my challenge, which is entirely my own, is out. If these men mean busi ness they know where to find mo. Ii not, they had bettor cross the poud and seek English pence, not American dol lars." Duncan B. Harrison, who was re ferred to by Mitchell in his interview at the author of the challenge of the cham pion of the world, said: . "I have seon Mitchell's reply to Sulli van's challenge in this morning's paper in which he stated that it is evident that tho challenge emanated from mo. That is simply a manufactured story out of tho whole cloth and in my conviction is simply an effort on the part of Mitchell to evude an issue. Sullivan himself was tho author of the cuallengo. Tnis car. bo proven beyond the perad venture of a doubt." Maker Attempts Suicide. CnAnLOTTK, N. C, March 7. When the vestibulo train was ten miles from tho city Poter Maher, the Irish champion heavyweight, attempted suicide by try ing to jump out of the window. The train was going nt full speed. The Fitz-simmons-Maher party of ten men who had been to Now Orleans to witness the fight wore returning north. Thoy had a stateroom and several other heats en gaged. Fitzsiinmons and his friends wero chatting and smoking and were not taking special notico of Mahor, who sat in a seat by himself. Maher raised the window next to which ho was sitting aud leaued out. Ho had been suffering from a pummoling. Those who noted tho action thought ho wanted fresh air. Ho sprang from tho seat and made fot the window. In an instant Fitzsiin mons guessed his intention and bounded toward him. With tho assistance of tht others he rescued him. A physician iii the party administered an opiate, which put him to sleep. Tlio rounder oriUonticiil. Montreal, March 7. Tho model of tho statue to bo erected in honor of Maissoneuve, tho foundor of Montreal, on tho opening day of tho World's f air at Chicago, tho 215th anniversary of tho founding ofthis city, has arrived from Paris and is a fine example of tho best French art. It represents Mais soneuve in tho attitudo of a conqueror taking poscssion of the land. He holds a Hag in his light hand, while tho left rests on his sword nnd he appears as if marching forward. At the base of the monument are four groups of statuary representing historical events. Judge Clark'a Appointments. Tho following appointments havo been mado by Judge Clark when ho will spoak on politioal iesuoa : Fort Worth, Wednesday, March 9th. Whitesboro, Thursday, Maroh 10th. Gainesville, Saturday, Maroh 12th. Sherman, Monday, March 14th. Denton, Tuesday, Maroh loth. Bonham, Thursday, Maroh 17th. Honoy Grove, Friday, March 18th. Faris, Saturday, Maroh 19th. Clarksvillc, Monday, Maroh 21st. Sulpha- Springs, Wodnesday, Maroh 23rd. Greenville, Thursday, March 2-lth. McKinney, Saturday, March 2Gth. Other appointmonts will bo un announced from time to time. Gov. Hogg is invited to be present at any appointment and participate on equal terms. Notico or Plsoolutlon. Notico is horoby given, that the firm of Fort, Willig & 1'atton, here tofore engaged in the Rnal Estate, Fire Insurance and Loan tnmnoss in Waco, has this dhy, by mutual con sent, been dissolved, tho interest of Messrs. Gcorgo Willig and Fl G. Patton in the Insnrajioo brunch hav ing been purohased by Mr. Walter V. Fort, who will oontinuo th insurance business, and who is likowiso author ized to collect and receipt ior all debts duo to tho said firm to thJ Hnto Walter V. Fort, It G. Patton, Geo, Willio Waco, Texas, March 1, 1892. Texns ami l'aclllc Wreck. ElPaso, Tox., March 7. A freight tram was wrecked on tho Texas and Pacific railroad near Finley, about seventy miles from this city, killing the engineer and completely demolishing the locomotive and several cars of froight. Tho accident was caused by a broken flange on one of the front truck wheels. The fireman and head brakemnu es caped injury. Tlio former was thrown twenty feet from and on the opposite sido of tho track from tho wreck, while the latter held to the top of a box car which, though derailed and piled up on tho other cars, remained right side up. A lml(;o Crazy. PiTTsnuno, March 7. Ex-Senator John C. Newmyer of tho supremo court of tho western district of Pennsylvania suddenly became insane while en route on the western express from Jersey City to Pittsburg and ho drow a revolver and frightened tho passengers by threatening to kill a prominent Presbyterian minis ter whom he said had gono away with Mrs. Newmyer. His condition is dan gerous. He is suffering from erysipelao as a result of an operation performed on ono of his feet lntely and has acted on his brain. He was taken to a hospital. Tlio story about his wife has no foundation. Do Yau Know It? A common cough is tho most danger ous thing in tho world to neglect; a slight haoking Cough is also very dan gerous, as it always leads to Bronchitis and Consumption. Don't neglect them. In feleciing a remedy for Coughs, Colds and Bronohitie, be sure .and get ono that is not full of Opium and one that will not produce Constipation. Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup docs not constipate, remember this. It is por feo'ly harmless for ohildrcn, and it's tho most soothing and healing Throat and Lung medicine in the world. It curcB Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, lironohitis, Hoarseness, Sore Lungs, tiokling in tho throat and greatly strongtuon tho Lungs attor Pneumonia. So by II. 0. Ruber & Co. Referring to thu above, beg to say that 1 will continuo the Firo Insur ance bufiiueps under firm nann of Walter V. Fort & Co. Thanking former patrons of tho old firm for thoir liberal patTonage in the past, I respectfully aik continuation of tho same, assuring- all that luisincpscn trusted to mo will n-colvc prompt attention. Walter V Foiit. Maroh I, 1892. A Sure Cure for Plies. Itohing Piles are known by mois ture like perspiration, causing intenso itching when watm. This form as well as Blind, nicodint; or Protrud ing, yield at once to Dr. uoatilco ft Pile Remedy, which aoih directly on paits effected, absorbs tumors, allnys itohing and effects a prituancnt euro. 50 ots. Druggists or mail Circulars freo. Dr. Bnmnko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W B. Morrisnn & C. armiua am m(f,i(Cft mW'im Mil ! iALJACb Mi WiTOzuo Mpy, Elogant Photo's. Ilnvini: secured the s-erviocs of Mr. W. M. Hall, of Chicago, as operator and retoin her, will guarantco tho pub Ho a finer olus of photographic work than has over been shown in Waoo. Havo recently purohafed tho largest as well a- the fincht photograph lens in Texns. Call en tno old re nauio photographer and eco samples. YV. U .1AOKBON. ItoltertHoii for Hill Washington, March 7. Congressman Robertson announces himself as a Hill man. The fact that Louisiana is aboni southorn state that has not in An unusual offer tho ono that's mado by tho propri etors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Unusual, but mado in good faith. It's n reward of $500 for an incura ble caso of Catarrh. If you havo one, tho money's for you. But you can't know whether you havo ono, till you've tried Dr. Sago's Remedy. What's incurable by any olAer means, yields to that. By its mild, soothing, cleansing and healing properties, it cures tho worst cases, no matter of how long standing. That's tho reason tho monoy can bo offered. There's a risk about it, to bo sure. But it's so small that tho proprietors aro willing to tako it. The symptoms of catarrh aro, headache, obstruction of nose, dis charged falling into throat, Borao times p cfuso, watery, and aorid, at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent, bloody, putrid and offen sive ; eyes weak, ringing in ears, deafness; offensivo breath; smell and taste impaired, and general debility- Only a fow of these symptoms likely to bo prosont at once. Rules and Regulations at; tho Park Natatorlum. Open G a. m. to 10 p. m. closod on Sunday night Pool reserved for ladies oxcluhively Wednesday evening 2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 9 to 12, Monday nipht 9 to 10 for ladieB and gentlemen, pool party, tub, nccdlo, and vapor baths at all hours for pationts and others. Esperionccd male and femalo attendants day and night. Tom Padoitt, Proprietor J. B. CiiKrNUT, Managor. HETU11NINQ PROM V11E HUNT. IjjlHIS MAN has been hunting W"" with one of H. E. Ami-old's fine guns sure shot. Fine guns for sale or for hire. H. E. AMBOLD, 419 Austin Street. A Secret ofS uccess H. C. Risher & Co., druggists, bo- I Hove that tho seoret of success is per- severanco. Therefdro thoy persist in keeping tho finest lino of perfumeries, toilet arriolee, cosmetics, drugs and ohemiools on tho market. They espe cially invite all persons who havo pal pitation, short breath, weak or hungry spells, pain-in side or snouiaer, oppres sion, night mare, dry cough, smothor ing, dropsy or heart disease to try Dr. Miles' nnequaled New Hoart Curo, before it is too lato. It has the larg est ealo of any similar remedy. Fino book of testimonials free. Dr. Miles' Rostorativo Nervine is unsurpassed for sleoplcssness, hcadaohe, fits, etc., and it contains no opiates A Rare Cha nco 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. Payno and sco the largest and finest stock of pianos ovor brought to central Texas and see terms and prices. This is tho opportunity of a life time and no pru dent person should negleot it. Tako notico in time. There will never bo such a chance to buy organs or pianos as cheap or on suoh terms. Buy Egan's Big Muddy Lump coal. The World is Better for It. Tho world is better because of such a remedy as Ballurd's Snow Liniment, because this article relieves it of muoh pain and misen, and we nro thus ona bled to enjoy its brighter side. It positively cuios all forms Rheumatism, Neuraleia. Headache, Sick Iloadaolio, Lamo Back, all Soroa and Wounds, Cute, Contracte tioiiH, Corns, Weak Batk, and all pain all inflammation on man or beast, its the best booausc its the most penetrat ing. Beware of all white LinimentEi whioh may bo palmed off on you for Ballard's Snow Liniment Thoro is nono liko it. Solo by II. C. Itishor & Co. Uliuil, uii uuiua auu -. ..., Sprains, Brusisr-H, Stiff Joints? icted Miifclec, Poison, . Erup- This Ss.helll8tTir.inl! 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