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WACO NEWS, SATURDAY APRIL 9 i8g2
XAjciL JL v5V I S 3h In All the New Shades and Novelties! INMU We Have the Handsomest Line of AC ft A HATS in the vU-UU City. J. HAN Shoe and Clothing Company, Nos. 121 and 123 South Fourth B. iiiB?a WOOD St., WACO, TEXAS. WACO FIHK DIHMUTaiKNT. Location of I'lrc Aliirin IIoxon. 4 Ftrth Ward Flro Station strikes itu 5 Corner 9ih and Austin " mil C ' 4th " nun " 7 Central Flro Htatlon " mini " 8 Wert End Fire Htatlon " IllllIIl " 18 Oorr.or 14 li and Wathlneton " 1-111 "14 " Mil and Malborough " i-itu "is btli and Co'mnbun " I urn "10 " 8th andJacknon " Mum "17 " 4th and WebKter " i-iimn "25 " 8th nd Cleveland " li-mii "28 " fith nnil Btiolebt " liimn "27 " Cthnnd WVhliiRton " u- i " lifillnyal Motel 6th A' d Franklin " in n n " Ml Woolen MMls nth and Mary ' lilMItui " 37 Corner li th nnd Jefferson ' lll-n.lill All boxes numboied nbovo 8 strikes tliUHS Box 13 strikes 1 and MopB, then strikes 111 amkliu liox 13, then repeats four times. Box 23 strikes II nnd stops, then strikes HII naktng llox 25 awl so on DIIIBC'TIONH Foil OIVINO AI.AIIM. Keys v,lV bo fonnd In rcsldoneeson each coi ner where boxes nro located Open Flrn Alarm Boxes nnd pull Hook down and let go, Lcnvo key In box. Turn aUrm In only for lircs. f 10 00 Una for 'also alarms. Mow tapping or bells signify company calls. Serond Friday In each month ea-h box Is tanpod twice, tcstlnc boxes and clrcnlt Uno lion alarm ol flrolsplve the Flro Depart ment has the right or wny on nllitreots. All vehicles must drive near Iho sidewalk and koep sway from tho flro. $5.0 line for running over hone. Iteport of any cnroless driving going to or from tires by the Fire Department will bo thankfully received by tho Cli'er, as faBt and earelees driving 1b strickly forbidden. Save money by getting your Boreen doors and windows at Curtis & Or and's. Warranted shoes at Ililt & Co , 414 Austin Street. It Does Not Matter if McCulloch Is Mayor, Tho flies aud mosquitoes are poing to bo just as bad. They'll ruin your houso just as quick. So give us your orders for screens. Ensure at branch office of Dallas Screen Co., at McKen non Bro's., & Co. Tho Artesian Steam Laundry started on Monday morning with a big lot of work and is kept running bteadily. Waoo knows a good thing whan sho seos it. Subscribers who do not receive their paper will confer a favor by re porting so at offif e. as that is the only way wo can know whether the carriers do thtir duty or not. Carriers not allowed to sell papers under any circumstances. Tho Artesian Steam Laundry, J, P. and Geo. A. Wood proprietors, is the biggest thing that ever struck this town and is already being patronized by overybody from Park avenuo to Oakwood. Buo&lon'a Arnloa Halve. Tho bost salve In the world for cuts bruises, sores, uloers, salt rheum, fe ver sores, tetter, chappod hands, chll blalns, corns anl all skin eruptions and positively ures piles, or no paj required. It Is guaranteed to give satisfaction or Mioaoy refunded. Price 26 oents a box. Fcr sale by W. B Morrison A- Oo. Come! Come!! Come!!! And enjoy yourselves for an or two at the Skating Rink at gitt's Park. Open every night. hour Pad- The finest cotton seed in tho stato at Hardwiok Bros, Thoy also handle a guaranteed planter. Thoir goods are first class. ALEXANDRE COLD WATER. One hundred and fifty-six persons n Waco have purchased lots in Coldwater, each person buying from one to twenty lots. Next month we will commence to run excursions to Coldwater and the price of every lot will be doubled and at the increased price will be cheaper than any Coun ty Seat property ever offered for sale in the Panhandle. Buy lots now $5, $io, i5, 2o, $25, $30, $40, $50. (Next month they will be) $10, $20, $30, $40, $5o, $60, $80, $100. Phillip L. Alexandre, notel'Koyal. Or H. A. Arnold & Co., Provident Building. I, Hurry 0. Chamberlain, a notary public, do hereby certify that I have acknowledged 156 deeds to Coldwater lots. Harry C. Chamberlain. ALEXANDRE. CLASSIFIED ADVERnSEMEHTS. Advertising l& this column onargod a thf rate of one cent per word Tor each Insertion. Cash must accompany the ordor. except whoro ordered by a regnlar advertiser. WANTED. WAftTi;i Hiring room B riant. pplv at No 30fl', Franklin street, oppoMta Kiglne honsi". 4 Jt at WAATIIII-To bny n few traded Jersey hel'crs and cons, lo faiuy tirlroi, Jonov Joro, City Hall, l-?lmo W .'!' I'D Work In S'enoirrnphv nnd typrwrltli gbj Geo W. Si-crboioiiKh at "Williams A Kvaim law office room 22 l'rovldent bntldlng. WAM l.i 1'artlUH Who want luitiftBtln lu 11. u rich Uf,riuiiliurnl lands ul Central loxus to Buiiu tuuir uddruaa to lilt. IIAIU DA1L.1 Ahtta. lutuuiintlun luriilsliud treu. WAIVl'l.l-.Juu HioUBftiid old suits to clean at MM North fourth struet A. fcrleduiau, sucuesBor to ihu Ultlu ruuuhiunn. fi-Jl-t UAlt'i A I.K " jm'i i.i.Aparttcr at once with nllglit ioiIii, ur th equuoUnt .11 money, to juiu 1110 on the ruud In oo 1 ijjlni; butln bk i..re dy uti .bii.liu.i. Here ist cuiinuo in a lite time f riinnurt euergu.l man U coin money Reference ki" nua required lor lnr her 1 nnluu a s, AddreBx, lleur HaLSou, Wco, lexas. Cure KvlhIiik' NeHB Oilicu. II MISCELLANnoUS. I toll NAI.13 -Oiiooftho best puy tig bUBl- lies. In nc . Will sell low, T nns may. Addrtts, It g llargaln, Nuwu tttllro. 4-8 2w BO.lllI) Tlobeet woekly board In tlio city at lour dollars ptr ecU, mid nay buardatihreo Can 11U0 furnlBh u room for ki ut cm n a. d wi n Mrs Nettle lluugh SOI Vrniiklin, Corner of K.ghtli, 4-uf.t LOST Gold rligu llh 1 loo Mono cttlng let rn'O.loi B Yurbiough at IHjR AUtln sireei nun uonwnraiu 1-7 If rIC lli: I'--tieeral house fur lent. T 1) Hays. I-1 tf Ti;i.i;i'IIOM:-.Gaunt llros. for dry nnd green Post Uak wuo 1. !1 lo tl F HEIST A 1 ro.m 101 tune 17tS Webster tei, 1 lU'bllill. b. J. Quu: , at JSonu OlU o COIl SAI.Ii-fiO.OOo good heart ihlnfilcs n' 1 $2 Co per thousand. Ap y "08 Aiutin Avenue. 3 8 if FOIt ltl'.KT-Two clucnut room for ren t en an, or gen lenmu 1 ml w fe lit Coin merclnl Iioiifo, ljighih nu ( Uy s r- et. tf ROOitls- Onoeccoinl floor 1 on, south wln dons n it i e e colli floor bin k, toon i U en wlihont men B Apply 10 ilra H rmon ornor Eighth and ushliiguiii. 3 2 It 70 It SA I.I! Old paierB at 20 cents per hun dred at UlIK 1 EWBOlllCO. LADIES ATTENTION! Woman, lively woman, one bottle of my celehrat d 'J'onti will permnnently enlarge your f"rm I Indies In 3 days, Bud rrakuvon n beautiful 11s Cleopatra, or money refunded. Prion only t'2.00, Homim's nn y true friend, for It ne er fails. Ionti, glorl us 'Iiinti will make tho leanest ptrnon fat and remove thoso horrid wrlnklts. Benl for sealed ilrrn lar. MKm.DK MILLER. 211 WillABlI AVKNUK, ClIICAUO, ll.LS Cheap Buggies, phao tons and carria ges, bought at the recent Shoriffs halo dirt cheap. I will sell thorn tho saino. Bg chanco. Ton Padoitx Hot Equality, but truo Suparioritj trtt all other Blood HcuiedUs. Mercury enters into tlio composltlcn ot many blood medioiiits, while with otheri lodids of potasli is the principal ingrt dient. Both these substances are poisons, and while in so mo instances they leased the severity of the ravages of blood rDison, their use in the end are mors urtful than otherwise. Bear in mind Dr. John Bull's Sursapunlla is strictly a veg etable compound, vet itu effect on blood DOFT USE filled with poisonous germ matter is Ilk water on the forked tongues of a flaming fire. It subdues the evil instantly, even when other medicines have failed. Ain, Bull's Sarsaparilla is frequently used after the system has become poisoned by the use of mercury and potash. It quickly eliminates these mineral poisons from th system, thus preventing and curing mer curial rheumatism, potash sores, etc. In 11 syphilitic and scrofulous aflections, Bull's Sarsnpxrllla is a true panacea. The StqueliB of blood poison, such as salt rheum, eczema, king's evil, scald head, bolls, carbuncles, itch, sores, rheumatism, neuralgia, etc., all permanently disappear If the use of Bull's Sarsaparilla is con tinued a BUlllclcnt length of time. MERCURY W. A. Smith, Padceah, Ky., writes: "1 was down sick with malarial fever for over month. The doctor gave me too rouoli calomel and mercury, and when I began to get better rheumatism let In, and tny Itft leg was made crooked. 1 thought I would be a cripple for life, but an acquaint ance got me to use lliiirHarkaparllla,wlilch gave me strength and cured my rheuma tism, and now my leg Is nearly straight again aud I walk on It very readily," AND POTASH. p. B. Walton, Cairo, 111., writes : " I ex erlenoed the horrors of blood poison for four long years. I had three running sores on my body as large as my hand that would never heal, and over a dozen smaller ones. My hair and eye-brows and whiskers ail came out and I looked like a perfect scare crow. I became discouraged trying medi cine, but as a last hope tried Bull's Barsapa !illa. The use of 28 bottles made me well, lut there are scars on my body that look Ik thy had been burns." Children like Dr. John Bull's Worm Destroyers. They tatt good and never fall to remove worms If tbtre ar any. Prlo 21 osnU. Try them. "The dtmand loTBmlth'sTontoHyrup ts unequalled by any other chill medleln Made. My sales ar Immense." P.J. Dreber, Ltesburg, III. John D. Parti & Sons, Whohsalt Aotntt, 176, 177 and 17S Sycamore HI, InelnnaU, O 131 .,sm,e'aitr?ttV $&2aTV "v.jnajjjvi nwrr jEff mh ?. mjlh' ivjahsx ((r.ilil -7V.-T ?mm'jzv: '.UJU.1E --rwvW'Ji?aSs43''i1 -nw(j-" - -1 Local Time Card. SttaiMini-t, Hitimtxt ft Texn. HMenger Tralnt Bonth T.ound No. I arrlvoe 12:1(1 a.m. No. 1 Itmvt I2i3ia, m. No, sarrlves loop..m. No, 3Iovpb 1:10 v.m. North Iioand. Ho. i nrrlvos 2-4S s. m. No. a leaven 2:os a, m, No. aiilvek :t:10 p. m. No.4 1oavo . .. 3:20p, m. Taivis Jonas, Ticket Asent, Paclfln Hotel Block . Uotton Itett l'.int. OOIMI) wsr. Train No. 1 leaves 11.00 a. ra. Train o 1 arrives I0.t5a.rn. notKn tT. Train No, 'I arrives fiilspm Train No. 'J leaves oiilO p.m Between 'Waco and St. Ixjnls solid train via Parngoald to St. Louis on Iron Monntaln track Into union Dpot. W, B. QiLLasriw, Olty Ticket Ottloe at No. Ill South Fourt St. H. AT. f . fNo. as Arr 8:15 a. In, West bonnd J " SSI'' fl:E0 n. m. vvest bonnd. ,, al Arj, i-iop. m. I. . b-J :: K::::::::;:::io5:S: l 34 L'v 8:40p.m. W. K. OWTJiS. Ticket Agent. DmlerPaolflo Hotel Blook, OppoeltoPoGtonice Hun Autauin mill ArnimiiN l'u. 90DTII 1IOOND NO. 32.--KOKTII BnUNB--HO. St Lv Waco nt f. n. in. Arrives ll:W p. m. South llnnnil freight which will carry pa ongors. leaven Waco nt 12.4b n, m. YOU J1AV32 ALT,-- Read of The Luxury in Travel. Jiuy Your Tickets Over. 'sisr XSD HXLM2UIKNCK IT. Pinirr.CT Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Service it urn lif.v Texas Points, riiictign, St. .Louis and Kimsns Citf. Parlor lloolinlng Clmlr Citra, Kroo of Extra CIiutko to Taylor, Temple, Hillsborough, Jiallus, I'oit Avortli, DoiiIkoii, Giiinosvillo and Henrietta. Through Pullman Service to Austin and San Antonio, CI08P Connections MimIp for Laredo And J'oints in MEXICO and CALIFORNIA, Ah woll as 1'oints in tho NORTH and EAST. For Routes, Riilos', Maps, Time Tatilos, or Othor Infornmtion, Call 011 or Address: J. K Smith, Tiekot Agent, No. 124 South 4th Street, Pacifio Hotel, Waco. II. P. IluniiKS, 0. P. and T. A. Donison, Texas. E B. Paukkh, Ass't. G P. A., 509 ChcBtnut St , St. Louis, Mo. W. D. Lawpon, Traveling P. Apt., Fort Worth Texas. mmi TIIK NIIOltT 7,JVi; TO NEW ORLEANS, MEMPHIS ANDl-OINTS IN TIIK SOUTHEAST. TAKE "THE ST. LOUIS LIMITED," 12 HOURS SAVED liaTHIKN Fort Worth Dallas anfl St. Lonii AND THE EAST THE DIRECT LINE TO ALL POINTS IN MEXICO, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, OllEGON and CALIFORNIA. Tbrongu Pullmii Buffet Sleeping Cars 1IKTWEEH Dallas, Ft. Wotth and St. Louis t New Orleans and Denver, St. Louis and San Srancisco. TiiWTF rfif MJi Hit' For rates, Tickets and all Information apply to or address auv of tho Ticket agents or O. P. FEOAN, OABTON MKBMKR. Trav. Pass Ag't, (Jem Pass A T. Ag'L JOHN A. IIANT,Od Vlco-I'rea. DALLAS, TKXAS.