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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH fjb 1892.
hi .H,WILKKB,MJ) W.O.WILKKS.MD Hesldenco 1 N 9 t. ItOBldcnoe niD N 12 St, DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. HOOMS IN FROVIDKNT l-UILDlNO. Blsto tkl Old Corner Drag Store, Telopnone at Ofllco and Residences. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. Kucjknb Williams. Wji, W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors" at Law, nto vjmsxt 7( uir,tixa, WACO, - - - TEXAS. Hartley & Burleson, Honlt, Jolt unit t'oiiinicrciiil IP 3R I Bff rs 5B Ifc S , iOSouthTMrd Ctrcet, Irar.Mlldidl Home, A Trial Order Solicited. MANSION HOUSE Corner Slxtli ami Wuitliiiietnii, nuts. j.m. wicscims, wiopriktuksn EJ-Good rooms anil unexcelled table. Host of pervl;o at the most Tca'onnljle niton. Con Tcnlent to bOBiucss center of the city. R. T- DENNIS & BRO. &$&$&& 8 m rfg FUKEKAL DIBECT011SE91IIALMERS jIH Austin Avenue. waco, : : : ti'.xas. QMMERGIAL Cor. Eighth $ Clay Sis. Only Ueo blocks south ofMo. I'ncile Jt.ll Depot. JS5- IF IBSTCIASS,-! Terms reasonable". Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. Racket. The days of wonder will never cease till tho end of tbo world. Racket. Now ib your chanoo to down all lOo and 5o. counters at 4a, and 3o. at tho Racket Store, G12 Austin Streot. Nothing like it. Blackwell Hotel. Good beds and best of fare. Hates $1.00 per day. Meals 25 oents, 120 Second stroot, next door to Uio court house. tf House: SOCIETY NOTE. Items and communications intended 'or this department should bo sont to No. 800 North Twelfth street or tele phoned to No. 30. on or boforo Fridny afternoon of eaoh week, in order to recoivo propor attention. Nows notes received nftor 10 o'olook Satur day morning cannot appear until the next week, howovor much wo may regret tho delay. The New Discovery. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself bo one ui tho many who know from personal experience just how good a thing it is. If you have over tried it, you aro one of its stnuuob friends, booauso tho wonderful thing about it is, that when onoo givon a trial, Dr. King's Now Discovery over after holds a place in tho house. It you have never used it and should bo aflliotod with a cough, cold or any Throat, Lung or Chost trouble, soouro a bottloat onoo and givo it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial bottle freo at W. B. Morrison & Co's., drug store. flABMttuufcT0aaBrB MILITARY Superior Hygiene, Salt Af'AriCUV BteanHett. Jil4ntlMli,hu. HUHUKffl i , sudilt, b.TKKT 8PUHUS. BO. FROM WASHINGTON. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA DAY IIS THE HOUSE. Kothlim r Importance Occmred l'oit tillleo IlulldltiK Hill l'nmipil In tin, Semite, llerliij; Sen. Arbitration Trenty-ChnrKCi Atrniiiit ltmirkr to lie ln estimated. Washington, March 15. Senatoi Hill's triji to Atlanta is considered us an unwise step, and there are many whe prophesy that this is tho beginning ol his downfall. His friends, however, do clare their confidence in his ability to gt through tho trip with credit to himself Tho comptroller has authorized tin following banks to coininenco business Tho First National bank of Marlin, cap ital $100,000, A. E. Watson president, B. C. Clark cashior ; the Mercantile National bank of Dallas, capital $150,000, J. lluuj president, Paul Fnrst cashier. IloitHU. Washington, March 15. Thespcakei laid boforo the houso a message from the president transmitting a eomunmieatiot. from tho secretary of the interior, sub mitting an agreement concluded between tho commissioners of the United State and tho Cherokee nation for the cession of tho Cherokeo outlet, and stated that it would bo referred to tho committo on Indian affairs. Tho iloor was then accorded to tht committee on tho District of Columbia. There was littlo opposition mado to tho measure, and Mr. Outhwaito of Ohio, who had charge of it, steered it cleverly through tho legislative breakers, but as the hour was growing lato, tht committee roso without disposing of tho bill and tho house adjourned. Ileiiiig; S'ii Conference. Washington, March 15. Senatoi Sherman, chairman of the senate com mittee on foreign nffairs, was tit the white house and had a conferenco with the president and attorney general in re gard to the Bering sea arbitration treaty, now awaiting tho action of the senate. It is understood that tho ques tion considered was as to the advisabil ity of acting on tho treaty pending tho settlement of the question of tho renewal of last year's modus vivendL Semite. Washington, March lit The senate took up and passod the iiostofiico build ing bill, 24 to 21, and after an executive session adjourned. Will lnvi'htltMtu Itonrlce. Washington, March 15. General Scholield says that the war de partment will undoubtedly investigate the charges preferred by certain Mexi can residents of Texas against Captain JolinG. Bourko, Third cavalry, growing out of tho conduct of tho campaign against Garza, tho revolutionist, and his band. Iiidlciul iniiiittlin. Washington, March 15. Tho senate committee on judiciary resolved to ro port to tho senate all judicial nomina tions, including tho nomination of Judge Woods of Indiana, with recommenda tion that they bo confirmed. Chairman Hoar was present tit tho meeting for the first time in several weeks, and will himself present tho report. Seeretnry Itliilim. Washington, March 15. Secretary Blaine is reported as doing well. He has, a goid appetite and no fever and it is thought ho may bo ablo to go down stairs and recoivo visitors in a few days. He has been ablo to sit up during tho past three days, but has not yet left his bedroom. k. , Tim Memphis Lynclilni;, Mr.Mi'ins, March 15. Attorney Gen eral Peters has issued subpoenas sum nioning SherifE McLondon, Lowis Wil liams, T. M. Seat and Night Watchman O'Donuell to appear before tho grand jury today. An investigation into Thursday's lynching will bo commenced. Thero is a strong feeling that deputy bherilTs know more of tho lynching than they care to tell. Negroes are seeking information from passenger ngents as to the prospects for obtaining cheap laud in Oklahoma, and planters fear that thoro will bo a whole sale emigration inaugurated in a fow days. Two negro women, who had been arrested and jailed lor secreting one of tho negroes, Nathan Trigg, charged with being implicated in tho shooting of tho deputies, were discharged by order of tho attorney general. Rov. Mr. Copoland, a negro preacher, who was rejiorted to have encouraged the negroes to resist arrest and shoot the doputies, received two letters ordering him to leavo tho city within ten days oi lose his life. He denies that ho ovei preached anything but iieaco and mod eration. lln Nut or Took .Medicine. ConvnoN, Intl., March 15, Alexan der Hoeknway of Bluo river township is celebrating tho 112th anniversary of his birth, Ho was bom in 1780 in what is now Kentucky. Ho is a blacksmith and has never taken medicine but once, and that was after ho was 100 years old. He is in excellent health. Km tliqiinlie Shoek. Napa, Cal March U, Quite a severe earthquake shock was experienced here. The vibrations wero from north to south, continuing about twelve seconds. A DEAD RECLUSE. In tlm Midst ol Culture and Wen 111 lit Lived a Hermit Thtity Year. UniiANA, O., March 15. In tho midst of tho culture- and wealth of Bloom field township, Logan county, within sight of schools, churches and railroads, Georgo llarner lived practically a her mit for thirty years. Years ago his wife and children left him because of his eccentricities, and from that day for ward ho ceased, as far as possible, all intercourse with his fellow man. lie owned a good farm and mado money, which ho invested in four houses which ho built on his farm, and in tho purchase of the oddest collection of trumpery ovei gotten together in this state. Ho did his own cooking and washing, raised nearly all he ato and woro. Was strictly honest in nil his dealings with tho outside world, which ho mado as fow as possible, not leaving tho farm for weeks at a time. Last month he died and his tostator ordered a sale of his personal effects, which occurred tho other day. Nearly 2000 people gathered and saw a wonderful sight Each of tho four houses was piled from iloor to ceil ing with goods and chattels gathered from the four quarters of tho world. Aisles wound in and out through the stuff, and it would have required a traii to haul all the plunder. Tho inventory showed nearly 5000 sep arate articles. Among other things was a library of choice works worth 2500; nearly a reoro of guns; some of them old llintlocks; enough trouvcrs to sta.-t a store, i-looks, watches and n vol vent In' the dozen: a dozen wagon lu.tds of bed clothes fine old coverlids made in 1WH : a calendar DO years old: all Mirt . oi u:i tiouane-s a valuable collection ol Diblw; jewelry ot antique make, r.tie coins, bric-a-brac: antique lurnii.uie. some oi which will bo taken to the orld'n faii; odd china; valuable paintings; a magnifi cent collection of steel-plate bketehe and portraits: boots and shoes and other articles, tho inventory showing nearly 3000 separate groups of goods. Tho sale eclipsed anything ever known in this section of Ohio, and its like wai probably never known in tho United Stntes. It is certain that had tho anti quarian and historical societies of the country known of tho things to be sold they would have gathered a rich harvest. As it was, pieces of pottery and rare old coins and jewelry worth largo sums went for a song to buyers who saw in them only relics of a queer old man. - j , , "Wan She iVtiTnnpjied? Paducah, Ky., March 15. A some what sensational kidnapping caso fs re Iorted from Smitblnnd, Ky. Recently a ilatboatman moored there, having on board a woman whom ho said was his wife. This week a stranger ap peared at tho boat and when he loft, took tho woman. Thoy got a ng and wont to a near railroad station and bought tickets for Cincinnati, biuco when neither have been been. Tho woman went with tho stranger reluctantly, and this prompted some to ask tho ilatboatman tho trouble. He said his wife was wanted in Cincinnati as a witness in a murder caso and would tell no more. That night ho disappeared, leav ing his boat, but nothing to solve their identity or tell their names. Tho people of Smithland are very much inclined to think a very foul deed has been committed and that tho woman was the victim. AVIIIIIlrtf'1' ocohtwukt J mo Brought hack to health sufferers from tho worst forms of Skin and Scalp Diseases, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, and all manner of blood -taints. It'a dono by Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery, which purifies and enriches the blood, and through it cleanses and renews tho whole sys tem. Even Lung -scrofula (known as Pulmonary Consumption) yields to it, if taken in time and given a fair trial. It's guaranteed to bene fit or cure, in every case, or money paid for it is refunded. Only a medicine that does what is claimed for it, could bo sold on such terms. No other medicine, besides tho "Discovery" has undertaken it. So positively certain is it in its curative effects as to warrant its makers in soiling it, as thoy aro do-, ing, through druggists, on trial It's especially potent in curing Tetter, Salt-rheum, Eczema, Erysip elas, Boils, Carbuncles, Soro Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands, Tumors and Swellings. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under its benign influence. nil fy (tlfVp O mm fei In,. UETUISNING FliOU THE HUNT. IflfHIS MAN has been hunting "- with one of H. E. Amiiold's fine guns sure shot. Fine guns for sale or for hire. H. E, AMBOLD, 419 Austin Street. Tills is the Heniminl Wo have S1200 worth of Bhoes loft, and wo are going to surprlteyon tho noxttwo wooks. Wo havo rented the houso for two more weeks, and roducod tho remainder lowor than ovor. About 300 pairs Ladlos fluo Oxfords and Button Boots, at prioes that will surpriso you. Tho mer chants aro trying to buy us out, but wo prefer selling at retail. Boe our Men's ?2.8 uu; well worth 5. ST. LOUIS SHOE STORE, Cor. Sixth una Austin, WACO, TliX Sleoper, Clifton & Co. havo added a repairing department in conncotion with their shoe store. All repairing of boots and shoos ucatly dono, Charges reasonable Leave your shoes to be halfsolcd at Slocper, Clif ton & Co's,, oorner of Fourth and Austin streets, Haoklen'e Arntaa Salve. The best salvo In tho world for ants braises, sores, uloers, salt rhoum, fe ver ooros, tetter, chapped hands, chll blalns, oorns awl nil skin eruptions, and positively oues piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to givt satisfaction or 'uoney refunded. Price 25 cents ft box. Fi.r sale by W. B Morrison Oo. A Rare Chance If you want a piano or organ of fine makes now is tho opportunity to buy one on your own terms and at prices unhoard of. Call on J. B. Payne and sco tho largest and finest stock of pianos ovor brought to contral Texas and ase terms and prices. This is tho opportunity of a lifo time and no pru dent person should neglect it. Tako notioo in time. There will never bo Buch a chanoo to buy orgaiio'Or pianos as cheap or on suoh terms. Miles' Nervo And Llvor Pills Act on a new principlo regulatlnsr the liver, stomach and bowels through tho nerves. A now discovery. Dr. miles' Pills spoedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid llvoi piles, consti pation. Unoqualod for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, sur est. 50 doses 26 cents. Samples free at H. ORIsher;& Co's. Drug store 513 Austin avonue to Kollum & Lawson 113 S rO 4 th St. for forms & ranches To Subscribers. If you know yourself to be in ar rears for the month of March, please pay at office and not kick, and call mo hard names for cutting you off. I have tried to see overybody and can not make half a dozen trips to col lect 50 cents. Respectfully, S. J. Quay. i i A pioco of handsomo silver ware givon away at J. A. Early's to each cash purchaser amounting to (25 dur ing the next threo months. Removal. Dr. R. V. Park nas removed his oflico to the Provident building; room No. 20, Best minco meat in tho market, 5 pounds buckets for 50 cents, at J. A. Early's. Olives in bulk at J. A. Early's. J.'B, Pnyno iB offering big and as. tooishing bargains in pianos, organs and email musical goods. Buy Egan's Big Muddy Lump coal. OEUH and Whiskey Dablta cured at liume wltli outlialii. Jloolcofptr tlcu.'irnneijt FItKK. n.M.WOOLLKY.H.IlL tlsuta.ua, umceliHWhUiivllW- ft Cljeap bois. The onl oheap lots offered in Waco for tho last CVO Years aro thnsn nnnr on the market in the Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waoo. These lots aro being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a ohanco to scouro a do sirablu home such as will uovor occur again. Cheap JLots. These lots lio high and dry. Thoy overlook a large portion of tho oity and havo perfect drainage. They lio in tho healthiest part of tho city, oatuh ing tho puro breezes from tho prairie untainted by passogo over any part of tho city. Cheap !Lots. Thoso lots havo tho finest soil, n rich sindy loam, adtnirablo for gar dens, and aro underlaid with puro wator in inexhaustible quantities nt a depth of fifteen and sixteen foot, which can bo used for irrigation. Cheap Xot. Theso lots aro closer to tho contor of the oity than any other addition, and at tho same distance lots sro sell ing for three and flvo times tho prioo aBkod for theso. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or l G. Kirkpttriok, southwest oorner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho Kirkpatrick addition can obtain them upon application. fiOOO AroiiOi W1111 1 i-il tiiiickly to pujiply tho iiiinieiihe itumand for co vi:i.i.iM,irr.nt'Mtut;i:o;v, rt)(l I'nuni,, Itichly llluktrulGtl, l'rlee, ,!. .-,(). A lltngrtipby of tho World's flrentct Dlylno, by the Spiirucnn f Amurlt-ii. llewnionr cutcli-pcnny booke, this Ib tho luiiiliirt AKonte'PiicrrpanHtonlBlilnB Interest liiteiiNt) Bend quick Mo for outfit nucl ccttlio territory. AildiCBH. IIIIIIIIAIIII mtON., '100 Unci! Street, IMiliiilelplilii. or, Itrouilwiiy V Locum Si,, Nl. I, mils, .Mo, Rules and Regulations at tho Park Nntatorlum. Open G a. m. to 10 p. in. closed on Sunday night Pool resorved for ladies exclusively Wednesday evening 2 to 5:30; Saturday morning i) to 12, Monday night i) to 10 for ladies and gentleman, pool pirty, tub, necdlo, and vapor baths at all hours for patients And others. Experienced malo and fcnialo attendants day and night. Tom Padoitt, Proprietor. J. B. CiiKhNUr, Managor. A very good Blond tea 3 lbs for ono dollar at J. A, Early s, Go to Kelluni & Law eon for in Pravident addition. lots 7io First Step. Porhaps you are run down, can't cat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder whnt ails you. You should heed tho warning, you aro taking the first step into Nervous Prostration. You need a Nervo Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find tbo exnot remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow theuso of this groat Nerve Tonio and Alterative. Your appetito roturnB, good digestion is restored, and tho Liver and Kidnoys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Prioo CO cents at W. B. Morrison & Go's., drug store. Cheap I bought out ut tho S. A. Owens' Sheriff Sale, the entiro big stock of Buggies, Phaetons, etc, at less than cost and will soil the 111 dirt cheap. T M Paikjitt. If ever you intend to buy a piano now is your ohanco. J. B. Payno will soil you ono for a song. Don't wait for the big boom now coining which will lift up pricos, but take advantago of tho depression and buy a fine piano of J, B, Payno at about half prico. Bcforo you order a new suit seo tho now and elegant suitings of tho spring of 1892 nt Oabort Bros., lnrgost and finest stock in the city. 5-0 toKcllum & Lawson 113 S. 1st. for lots in Col. Heights, Joe Lehman is tho most popular ros taurant man in Texas. IBs plaoo 117 South Fourth Btroot. t i m n j9J Rt !1 I 33 cm m B - Yfo 'l'i m m w M m m m A 1" m 1. Ki m I B w m .'