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( 1 WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 4 j 1892. J'l X . W.1LWILKE8, MD W.O.WILKE8.MD Residence UG9 N 12 St. EMldcncoHONOBt DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. KOOMS IN rHOVIDENTlUlLDlNG. Slite at olcl Corner Drug Btore. Telopaone At OQlco and. Residences. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. Eugene Williams. Wm. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's Counsellors at Law, jk o riiiBXX jj viznixa, WACO, TEXAS. Hartley & Burleson, Hook, Job anil Commercial P II JST OP K R S , 205 South Third Gtrett, ImrHlttliell House, A Trial Order Solicited. MANSION HOUSE Corner Sixtlt mid "WuiiUliiRtoii, MIlS. a. 31. 1VIGGINS, PKOPRIETHESS rtGood rooms and unexcelled table. Best of forvl:o at the moit reasonable rates. Con Tenient to business center of the city. R. T- DENNIS & BRO. FDKERIL DIKECTOKSEMMLMEnS S18 Austin Avenue WACO, TEXAS, Commercial House. Cor. Eighth ? Clay Sis. Only UeoblocJi south of Mo. l'aclfle It.Jl Depot. 6T F IBSTCIASS." Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. Blackwoll Hotel. Good beds and best of fare. Rates $1.00 por day. MealB 25 oents, 120 Second stroot, next door to the oourt house. tf J". B. Payne is offering bin and as tonishing bargains' in pianos, organs and small musioal goods. Buy Bgan's Big Muddy Lump ooal. The Sherman paper occupies near ly a column eulogizing Prof. Fulton's Headings in that city last wook. t m Shade and fruit trees for a few days longor. Lot next post office. Strictly in it. Tho propnotor of the Royal Barbor Shop and their efficiont assistants aro strictly in it. A better ahavo, hair cut or bath cannot bo found anywhero in tho city than thore. Givo t hema call. Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Riohard Curtain, Plainfiold, 111., makes tho statement that she caught cold, wbioh settlod on her lungs; sho was treated for a month by her family physioian, but grew worse. Ho told her Bho was a hopeless viotim of consumption and that no medicine could euro hor. Her druggist sug gested Dr. King's Now Disoovcry for Consumption; she bought o bottlo and to hor delight found horsolf benoQt0(j from first dose. Sho oontinued jt8 uso and after takine ten bottles, founi herself sound and well, now does j,pr own housework and is as well as sno over was. Free trial bottles of n & Great Discovery at W. B. Morriso Co'a. Drug Store; largo bottlo and $1.00. to Kellum &Lawson for lots in Farwells Heights. rO Dookery and Co,, Firo Insurance Agents Provident Building. Best companies and oloso attention to in terests of insurers. COLONEL E. Q. MILLS. GREAT INTEREST IN THE SENATOR SHIP IN WASHINGTON. Opinion 1'revnlU Tlint Itogor IIiw n Sure Thing or tho l'rlo Appropriations for Galveston llaruor-lltiuso 1'aues tho 11111 Amending; tho Arlzomt Funding Act. Washington, March 21. There is a great interest manifested hero in the rnco for senator in Texas, and from re ports tho opinion prevails that Mills has a sure thing of tho prize. It is said ho has received telegrams from Austin to tho ollect that his victory was assmed. Ho went through his desk, and tho fact was commented on by somo who said ho was cleaning up preparatory to moving into tuo otlier end of tho capitol. At tho department of justice tho in formation is given out that tho resigna tion of Marshal Knight is in, but tho president will not accept it until his successor is decided upon. It is inti mated that perhaps it will not be ac cepted at all. Inquiries failed to develop why Mr. Knight resigned. The sub-committee of the appropria tion committee, to which was referred the matter of tho appropriation for Gal veston harbor, unanimously agreed to give $450,000, which, with tho balance of tho appropriation unexpended, will carry on tho work at tho rato of $30,000 a month until Juno, 1893. Mr. Sayers and Mr. Holmau, two of tho most prom inent members of the appropriation cominitteo, being on tho sub-committeo, justifies tho assertion that the recom mendation of tho sub-committee will go through without any trouble. It. E. Kelly of tho Beaumont Journal and John E. Kirby of Boaumont are hero looking after tho appropriation for Sabine Pass. Mr. Kirby is spoken of as tho probable successor of Congress man Stewart if that gentleman retires from congress. House. Washington, March 21. Tho house passed the bill amending tho Arizona funding act of 1890 by making tho in terest on the bonds payable semi-annually instead of annually. Tho pro vision that tho principal shall be paya ble in lawful money of tho United States was stricken out to meet the objections raised by Alliance members. Tho house then proceeded to the con sideration of resolutions expressive of tho sorrow with which tho house re ceived tho information of the death of Senator Plumb, a lato senator from Kansas. Mr. Funston of Kansas deliv ered the first address and was followed j by Mr. Broderick of Kansas. Eulogies were also delivered by Messrs. J. D. Taylor, Otis, Davis, Bartine, Cato, Ba ker, Post, Ytmmans, Wilson of Missouri and Caruth. Itlvcr mid Harbor 1(111. Washington, March 21. Tho larges item in tho river and harbor bill as com pleted is in round figures fi.000,000 for tho various Mississippi river improve ments from St. Paul to the mouth. Of this amount $2,500,000 is approximately for work from Cairo down. Tho deep water great lakes project and tho Savan nah harbor deep water project, it is un derstood, are both provided for in tho bill, and it is said upward of $500,000 is allowed each project. The committee adopted the contract system to a more general extent than heretofore, it being found this method considerably reduces tho cost. Tho ag gregate of the bill is in excess of $20, 000,000, including work authorized to be contracted for and only partially appro priated for in this bill. Andrew' Employes Hill. Washington, March 21. Representa tive Andrews of Boston has completed tho report to oxclude political iniluence in the employment of laborers under tho authority of the United States and will submit it to the house to-morrow. The bill will affect 21,000 employes and will require that henceforth they shall bo ap pointed or employed without regard to nolitical considerations. Tho report corrects tho misapprehen sion which is hold by somo army and navy officers, that tho system contem plated by tho bill will require certifica tion through tuo civil service commis sion. Tho only purpose of tho legisla tion, Mr. Andrews points out, is to com pel tho appoiiitmont of properly quali fied men in tho order of their applica tion, and its purposes can bo carried out by tho officors qualified to give employment without cumbersome machinery. Mr. Andrews give3 a tablo compiled from recent statistics showing that tho official force of govern ment in tho oxecutivo departments is 1711,700. Of this number only 80,720 aro actually subject to competitive examin ation. Mr. Andrews declares in conclu sion that tho bill proposes to take away from unscrupulous politicians tho op portunity to divert public funds to per sonal and party uses by employing pub lic servants as personal nnd party tools. It proposes to relievo tho peoplo when they go to tho polls to express their judgment upon public questions from tho interference of thousands of em ploye? paid for by taxes upon all the people, but employed and directed as tools of a faction or party. It proposes thus to increaso tho efficiency of tho publio service raiso Jhe .staudnj-dof American politics and place all tho workingtnen of tho United States upon equality in seeking public service bv the simplest method and at. a profit to the government, resulting from betiei service and hotter work, rattier than al tho cost of needless machinery and new expenditure. All Kxrept Vliglilu. Nnw Oiilkans, March 21. An order issued by tho commanding ai-nerul tit tho Confederate Veterans congratulates tho veterans that lOil camps have been enrolled to dale. Eury bouthurn state is now represented except Virginia. Klin )ir anil Killed. Dallas, March 21. Tho Oak Cliff elovated road ran over nnd killed an un known man at or near tho Tenth streot station. l'hll Dwjcr Holds tho Stukes. Nnw YoitK, March 21. Philip Dwyer, tho millionaire turfman, may bo selected as finnl stakeholder in tho Sullivan-Cor-bott match. Hois back from Florida and it is understood that a proposition to hold the $2-1,000 stako was mado to him. Mr. Dwyer is intimately ac quainted with those interested in tho match. Sudden Dentil. Chicago, March 21. Judgo George D. Riggs of tho circuit court hero died suddenly while sitting in a chair at his residence. A PITIFUL STORY. A llrhlo Miulo Cntzy hy tho Discovery ot Her HiiHlmml In 11 Mine. Hazleton, Pa., March 21. John Traynor, a firo boss in one of the largest collieries around Coal Run in Schuylkill county, entered tho mine a few days ago to examine tho chambers and test the gas. This was tho last seen of him alive. His young wife became alanncd at his absenco nnd besought her neigh bors to search tho mine. A party was accordingly organized nnd twelvo min ers mado a thorough search of tho works without rinding him. When tho nowt. was broken to tho wife sho became dis tracted and it -Kas feared at tho time that she would go mad. However, sho became strangely calm, and said she was certain her husband would be found. Tho next day Mrs. Traynor dis appeared. It was supposed tho loss of her husband had unbalanced her mind and that sho had wandored off to the mountains. Her fate remained a mys tery until today. A party ot mine sur veyors who were examining borne of .the workings entered an old breast close to the manhole, when they heard a human voice in tho darkness somo distanco be yond. Thoy listened intently and were startled to recognize tho voice as that of a woman crooning softly tho words of a lovo song. They crawled over tho loose coal to the place, and by tho light of their lamps behold a wildeyed woman holding in her lap tho head of a dead man. She swayed gently from side to side while she sung. Tho awe-stricken men recognized her as Mrs. Traynor. They lifted her up as sho raised a cry of despair and fainted. She was. brought to tho surface at once and borno to her desolato home, followed by tho dead body of her yonng husband. She is now a raving maniac. It is supposed that whon sho disappeared sho mado directly for the rnanway, and stumbled across tho body of her husband, who had been caught by a fall of coal on his way out. tOJB4aliHtK10 It isn't the usual way it's just tho rcverso to pay a Sationt when you can't curo him. rovertheless, that's what's dono by tho proprietors of Dr. Sago's Ca tarrh Remedy. Thoy promiso to pay you 500 if thoy can't curo your catarrh, no matter how bad tho case. It isn't mcro talk it's business. You can Batisfy yourself of it, if you're interested. And you ought to be, if you havo catarrh. It's faith in their medicino that's behind tho offer. It has cured thousands of tho worst cases, whero oirything else failed. You can bo cured, too. If you can't, you get tho money. They're willing to tako tho risk you ought to bo glad to tako tho medicine. It's tho cheapest medicino you can buy, because it's guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. You. only pay for the good you get. Can you ask more? That's tho peculiar plan all Dr, Pierce's medicines aro sold, on. fcffeIiL.BjBap ygfJ v3T auTunNiNo Fnou rim hunt. UTTHIS MAN has been hunting " with one of H. E. Ambold's fine guns sure shot. Fine guns for sale or for hire. H. E. AMBOLD, 419 Austin Street. Tfils is Hie Rentnint! Wo hnvo S1200 worth of Shoes loft, and wo arogolng to surprhoyou tho noxtt wo weekB. Wo have rontod tho house for two more weeks r and roducod tho remalndor lower than ever. About 300 pairs Ladles' fino Oxfords and Button Boots, at prices that will surprlso you. Tho mer chants aro trying to buy us out, but wo prefer selling at rotall. Soe our Men's S2.Bhoos; vul worth $5. ST. LOUIS SHOE STORE, Cor. Sixth and Austin, WACO, TEX Romarkablo Facts. Heart disease iB usually supposed to bo incurable, but when properly trcatod a largo proportion of casos can be cured. Thus Mrs. Elmira Hatoh of Elkhart, Ind., "and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid, Mich., wero ourcd after suffering 20 years. S. 0. Lin burgor, druggist at San Jose, 111., says "workod wondor for his wife." Lovi Logan, or Buohanan, Mich , who had heart disease for 30 yoars, says two bottels mado him "feel like a now man." Dr. Miles' New Heart Curo is sold and gauranteod by n. O. Risher & Co. Book of wonderful testimo nials frco. A Rare Chance If you want a piano or organ of fino makes now is tho opportunity to buy one on your own termB and at pricefi unheard of. (Jail .on J. 15. Payne and sco the largest and finest stock of pianos ovor brought to control Texas and QBk termB and prices. This is tho opportunity of a hfo timo and no pru dont porson should negleot it. Tako notioo in timo. Thero will novcr bo suoh a chance to buy organs or pianos as cheap or on suoh terms. Miles' Norvo And Llvor Pills Aot on a now nrinoiulo rocrulntlne tho liver, stomnoh and bowels through thenorvoB. A now discovery. Dr. miles' Pills speedily euro biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver piles, consti pation. TJnoqualed for men. women, ant) children. Smallest, mildest, sur est. 60 doses 25 cents. Samples free at H. O Efsher.& Co's. Drug store 618 Austin avenue CrO to Kollum & Lawson 113 S dth St. for hums & ranchos 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 me hard names for cutting you off. I have tried to see overybody and oan not make half a dozen trips to col lect 50 cents. Respectfully, S. J. Quay. A pieco of handsomo silver ware each givon away at 0 . A. liariy s to cash purchaser amounting to $25 dur ing the next three months. m m Removal. Dr. R. "W. Park haB romovod Mb offico to the Provident 'building; room No. 26. Best minco moat in tho market, 5 pounds buckets for 50 cents, at J. A. Early's. SOCIETY NOTE. Items and communications lntendod lor thin department should bo sont to No. 800 North Twelfth street or tele phoned to No. 80. on or before Friday afternoon of each week, In order to receive proper attention. News notes received after 1 o'clock Satur day morning cannot appear until tho next week, howover much wo may regret the delay, The only oheap lots offered in Waco for tho Inst fivo years aro thoso now on the markot in tho Kirkpntriok Ad. dition, East Waoo. These lots aro being sold for ono-half their real val ue, making a ohanoo to acouro a do sirablo homo such as will novor occur again. Cheap JLots. Thoso lots Ho high and dry. Thoy overlook a large portion of tho city and have porfect drainage. Thoy Ho' in tho healthiest part of tho city, oatoh ing the puro breezes from tho praiiie untainted by passago ovor any part of tho city. Cheap Iot Thoso lots havo tho finest soil, a rich ssndy loam, ndmirablo for gar dons, and aro underlaid with puro water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteon and sistoon foot, whioh oan bo usod for irrigation. Cheap Lots. ThcBO lots aro olosor to tho contor of the city than any other addition, and at tho samo distance lots aro Bell ing for three and fivo times tho prioo asked for theso. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or P. G. Kirkpatriok, Bouthwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho Kirkpatrick addition oan obtain them upon application. fiOOO AkoiUh AVaiitoil (Illicitly to snpplythc lmiiiotii.fi domanri for COKtVIlLlASLiriKU'M'IIIKiCON, r.OO l'uirott, ICiclily IlliiKtruted, Price, M.fiO. A lilograpuy of tho Vforld'a Greatest Divine, by tho Spurceon of Amorlcii. Bowaro of catch-penny books, tlila Is tlio Nlnmliiru. Agents' BUccoFB astonishing. Intorcst lutoimo. Send quick 30a for outfit and pet tho territory. Addicss. IlUIIIIAltU IlltOS., Kilt Ituco Street, I'liliutclpliluu or. Kroutlwiir Ac I.oc;it St., St. Louis, DIo. Rulos and Regulations at tho Park Natatorlum. Open G a. m. to 10 p. m. olosod on Sunday night. Pool reserved for ladios oxcluBivoly Wcdnosday evening 2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 0 to 12, Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and gentlemen, pool party, tub, nccdlo, and vapor batbB at all hours for pationts and others. Kxpcnenood malo and femalo attendants day and night. Tom'Padgitt, Proprietor. J. B. ChebNUT, Manager. A very good Blond tea 3 lbs for ono dollar at J. A, Early s. Go to Kellum & Lav eon for in Pravident addition. lots Olives in bulk at J. A. Early's. If ever you intend to buy a piano now is your ohanoe. J. B. Payno will soil you ono for a song. Don't wait for the big boom now coming whioh will lift up prices, but take advantago of tho depression and buy a fino piano of J. B. Payno at about half prioo. 5 to Kollum & Lawson 113 S. UC04 at. for lots in Col. Heights. Joo Lohman is tho most popular ros- taurant man in Texas. His plaoo 1 17 South Fourth stroot. A Mothers Mistake. Mothors'frcquently mako a tnistako in ncglcoting tho Cough of a child. A Fort Wayne, Ind., lady writes: My littlo daughter 0 years old had a Bovcre Cough but as it was nothing unusual 1 thought nothing of it, and allowed it to run on for 4 or 5 weeks, whon it bcoamo so obstinate she began losing flesh. 1 called in a physician who treated her throo wcoks without bon ofit. A neighbor insisted upon my trying Ballard's Horohonnd Syrup; it roliovcd her from the first doso and sho began gaining flesh rapidly, when wo had used two bottlos her Cough had cntiroly disappeared, I would not be without it. It does not consti pate my childron. Ballard's Bore hound Syrup is frco from Opiatos. It's the most soothing Throat and Lung modioino in tho world. Prioo 50o. and $1.00. 8old by II. O. Itishor &Co. Everybody goes to Joo Lonman'a when thoy want a good meal, or 130 croxm.