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-. WMM444Maj4 WAXf TEXA8, MAllCH 8, 1880. EVENING NEWS office. Franklin street between 4th and Jitli streots, In now Jones' building, :"dB. R. L. MUNBOB, : Dentist. No. 511 Austin Ave. "" Local Time Card. HUaettrl Paelfle. Paaaenger Trains South Bound. Xo 1 arrives 1:33 a. m. Mo. .1 arrives .I'M p.m. lift mln. No, Hemes ,1:20 p. m. ( dlnnen Monti Itonnd. So. 2 duo i..... 2:111 a. m. j,o 4 duo L. Silo p. m. Local Freights. No. 07 arrltcs ll:5Sa. m. t ,,, jjo.ir; loavoa U:Mp. mi 8onth' So. OH arrives 12:Mp. m, j ,. rth So. OS loaves l:S)p. m. J orxn. Travis Jonks, Ticket Agent, Paclflo Hotel Block . Cotton Belt Runic. (IOINCI WK8T. Train Mo 1 arrives 12'30a. m. I " ai Mixed leaves 2.20p.m. GOIXO KA1T. Train No. 2 loaves 4:20p.m. IralnKo. 28, mixed , 8.00 a.m. Between Waco and Bt tauls solid train via I'uragoiild to St. Louis o i Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. C. C. Dknis, Ticket Agent) Pacltto Hotel Block. H. T. J. Veat bound.... JArr 0:10 a. m, Arr 4:S0p. m. L'v , 7:oo a.m. K..tbound....Arr.:.:::..::;..:.:..8;gop:m. L'v , 10.30 a m. R. II. nilX, Ticket Asent. Under Paclflo Hotel Block. Opposite Postofilre. Sba I.ooVcd Into Ilcarcn. Mi's. Charles Collins arrived at Chapman villo with tho remains of her husband, who had died at Kinzua, Sho attended tho funeral and immedi ately afterwards was taken danger ously ill and apparently died. Twelve hours after her supposed death Mrs Collins showed signs of animation. Two hours later sho was sitting up conversing wijh her friends. Sho re lated a marfclous experience. Sho said that licrsb'MJ had left her body during her conwloso state and gono straight to heaven, Sho saw the Saviour, sho sail and tho wonderful magniflcenco of Ijns surroundings wcro too wonderful. to bo expressed in words. "All that I havo seen," said Jlrs. Collins, "I can never reveal, but I know that I was dead. I know that I went to heaven and my eyes beheld tho glories of tho Lord. Oh, why didn t you let mo alone? I don't want to livo hero now, knowing what un spcakablo glories aro up thero." Mrs. Collins is 38 years of ago and of more than ordinary intelligence. Sho told her rcmarkaolo story calmly and earnestly, and honestly lamented that sho had returned to earth again. Mrs. Collins is positive that it was not a dream nor a vision, but that her soul was transported to heaven. Franklin (Pa.) Cor. Pittsburg Commercial. What Ho Needs. What is needed to help tho averago dairyman is the information how to improve tho herd already in his hands. Ho needs to bo taught to test each cow separately, both for quantity and for quality, and to havo tuo nervo to dis )oso of tho non-paying ones, whilo building. on thoso which turn him a profit. Ho needs to know that like produces Iiko in tho animal as well as in tho vcgetablo world ; that good ani mals produco good offspring, and poor oucs as certainly bring forth poor pro geny, that tho male is half tho herd in breeding, and that ho cannot expect to improvo his herd without a good sire; that although a grade malo may be better than a scrub, a pure bred male is better than cither; that tho greater and moro rapid improvement which ho produces makes him cheaper in tho end at a good round prico thin cither tho scrub or tho grade as a gift; and that it is only by weeding outpoor cows and breeding from his best ones, from a pure blood malo of individual cxccllcnco and good pedigree, that ho can in a few years bring his herd up to an average yield of J500 pounds f butter per cow. Prairio Forme. Snroothln About Don-era. Cyclamens aro in full bloom, tho seeds of which were sown in Novem ber, 1887, fouitccn months from tho timo tho seeds wcro put in tho ground. As soon an large enough to liaudlo. tho seedlings wcro transplanted" about an inch apart in shallow pans, where they remained until they had pro duced several leaves, after which tiioy were nut singly into two inch pots, and shifted into larger sizes as their need required, until August, when they were given their final shift into live and six inch pots, according to size. Tho soil used was two parts fibrous loam and ono part thoroughly decomposed cow manure; to this was added sufficient sand to insure tho free passage of tho water. Good drainago was given and during summer thoy wcro kept in a well shaded greon house. Thoy had an unchecked but slow growth from tho timo of vege tation until their flowers wero pro duced. Somo pcoplo always prefer plants in pots, oven ii they are not troubled for want of room, and now hardv peren nials aro gaining bo' in popularity they prefer them in this'way. Many kinds can bo grown with httlo or no heat, and somo stand forcing to perfection Tho cultivation of roses, hardy lilies and other bulbs is almost universal, and in addition the Day lily, the va rious campanulas, pcrcunial phloxes which ")fmt plenty of stimulants. Tho AtraT'an Garden. Ancient Industries. Yes, daughter, yes; you do right to model in clay, to paint tho light and shadows of dyspepsia on china and Are your work.' That's what I'd do with it if I got tho chance. Pottery is the oldest industry 'in the -world, Adam waa made of clay, and Cain got up the first kiln. Accent baary un the','-BobBurktU. , V ' It n , ' Go to Joe Lehtnan'M fnr frnati . tcrs, south 4th street. Now crop Louisiana molasses oxtra fine nt Joe Thompsons. Fires will come. R Fitzhugh will insure you. Office with John T. But tle. 124 South Fourth street. If you want a fine livery turnout Patronize Molder fr H.nrnf'a. norlh side of the public square. Call on G. W. McLaughlin for wood and coal. Parties desiring board will consult their interest by calling at the Silver Moon. The finest Mince Meat In the land a Joe Thompson's. The best assorted fancy condles at Joe Lehman's. All nrcscrintions nnref'nllv nntnnnnn. ded at J. E. Sears. 425 Austin street. f?fV Walt anvva1 mania m In Toll man's south 4th street. Leave orders for coal and wood with McLaughlin. For fino watch and jewelry repairing go to J. Levinssi, 421 Austin street, t "PVlF frAtfli at.lnlr nnrl tanntt nmifllaai you can get the best at Lehman's ros- luuruut souin jrourrn street. J. A Bov ett. Dentist at Waco. Den tal Instit ute 013 1-2 Austin Av. If you want fteh tally candy go tc Joe Lehman's south 4th street. " For meals go to Joe Lehmahn. Ross' Imported Soda at the Cotton Exchange. f For good meals cro to tho Silver Moon. Fresh nrnn nriiti harrlaa of Taa Thompsons 4th and Franklin street. Buy feed at Duvall's 809. Frnklln. Go to Joe Tollman's tn crnfc nvatar loaves. Buy your meal tiokets at Lehman's restaurant south 4th street. For all kind of familv groceries cro to Taulman & Vivrett, corner S. Gth and Austin streets. "Old Tom" London Gin at Cotton Exchange. f For fresh Boston nhlns. oil nnlnrn go to Joe Lehman's restaurant. Vntrnn7t Mnlrinr Ar TTonvno ut ftio oldOrand stable north side public square. If you wish a lastinc? souvenir, have a photo made by Jackson. Go to W. D. Jaokson and get a pho tograph of yoursolt and children. Go to A. J. Herz & Bro.. for a srood smoke on bankers row. Sears' sure cure lor catarrh is the best. 425 Austin street Coal and wood, Geo. W, McLaugh lin's orompt delivery r Buy your caudles at Joe Lehman south 4th stroet. Best turn-outs in town at Molder & Hearne's. Fish aBd game of all kinds, at the Silver Moon A. J. Herz's news stand can accom odate you with any paper. Imported sherry drawn from the wood at Cotton Exchange. Taulman & Vivrett run the People's Grocery corner S. 6th and Austin streets. . A nice Hue of jewelry and fine watch repairing specialty at A. J. Leslie's. Landreth's, Ferry's and Bowen's garden seeds, fresh, at Joe Thomp son's. Order your grocories, grain, feed, wood and coal from Geo. W. McLaugh lin. Satisfaction guaranteed. For a nice clean suave, good hair- out, and polite attention, call at Jeff Williams u. iv. uaroer snop on Aus tin Avenue. The wise man, who wants his money's worth in every thing he buys, goes to D, II. Sponcer to buy a piano or organ. Spencer sell good goods it reasonable prices and on caBy terms ior fruit or ornamental trees, rail on J. II. Hurwood, at KvEMNd Newb of Ron Franklin, between Fourth and Fifth streets Aspabaous roots by the hundred or thousands Waco, February 25th, 1889. Rev. D. P. HaggaroV-DEAB Sir and Broiher: I have been using your Dr. Kin it's "lloval Germetour" for some time past, and am more than pleased to say tnac J. nave aenvcu most manifest benefit from it. 1 pnrHinllv nnmmend its use to those who are suffering from over taxation of their nervous toroes. Very truly your friend, F. E. Mitchell. Seo what Col. F. E. Mitchell, Finan cial Secretary Waoo Female College, says of Royal Germeteur. Be wise Je students and overworked merohanU, ook-keepers, house-keepers etc, and order a gallon of this wonderful medi cine, by telephono or otherwise, , from J. H. Holcomb & Co , cor. Speight and 5th SU. One gallon $2.60, which is loss than one-half the price of such medicine. & o S&SjjL III woman Is pretty, To me 'tis no matter, Be ihe blondo or brunette. So sho lets mo look at her." wAnt.Hn.hoS!in'r woman Is rarely, If ever, beautiful. The peculiar diseases to which to many ot tho sex aro subject, are proline 2RHS of. pa,. sajlqyr foeos. blotched with un htljr pimples, dull, lustreless eyes and ema ciated forms. Women so anllcted, can bo per manently cured by using- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription; and with tho restoration of health comes that beauty which, combined with Rood qualities of head and heart, makes women angels of loveliness. I WARRANTED. U tho only medicine for jjavonto prescription" women, sold by dranrlstf. HaVK n J.ATV . . .. uarnniue irom ine pianufaoturers. that it will give satisfaction in every case, or monoy will be refunded. It is a potitive tpecffte for aU those painful disor ders. Irregularities and weaknesses with whleh o many women aro afflicted. Copyright, 1888, by WOBLD'S DtS. Mia AM'K. DR. PIERCE'S PELLETS Purely VBtabl I Parfactly HarmlaM I ONEQUALED AS A UVER VnL. Smallest, ckeapeat. Easiest to take. One tiny, Sugar-coated Pellot a dose. Cur Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Constipa tion. Indlrestlon. nilloua Attnekn. unit 1lnw. .W1BUU1UUU MM. I.UU DUJUJUUU HUU IHJWvW. SS cents a vial, by druggist. . , nrM.nnM.a a .1.a a.MH.-.l. . n..l- tasUart in Vngs. It is quito remarkable how much originality of character, or nature, is left to dogs, when wo tako into ac count that they havo for moro than 3,000 years been domesticated, and the companionsof man. Tho same curious fact is observable in tho case of tho Es quimau dogs, which havo been trained and used as draught animals for so many generations. In his journal Dr. buthcrlatid tells how tho instinct for the chase interfered with tho dogs' traveling over tho ice. Thero were several cracks in tho floes, in which a few dovekics wcro swimming about, Tho cracks were crossed very easily: but tho dogs were eager to o after tho birds, and wcro not restrained without great difficulty. Wo used a sort of drag made of rope, which wo threw on ono of tho runners or tho slcdgo nt its foro part, where tho friction on tho snow could bo increased so much, by ono leaning with all his weight upon it, that tho slcdgo could be brought ton stand in u short time, in spite of all the clforts of the dogs going at a galloping pace. AU control over the Esnuimau doers 'is lost in a slcdgo the moment they sec an ODject 01 pursuit. Mr. rcterscn, tho native driver, says ho rarely suc ceeds in bringing them tou stand with tho whip alone, if once they see a black object on tho ico. when thoy are in high spirits. The young dogs, which had been accustomed lose liurdly unything ex traneous upon the ico around tho ships or elsewhere during tho whole winter, becamo very much excited on seeing a few birds or a seal on tho ico, and could hardly bo kopt back by tho driver and myself leaning with all our weight upon tho sledge; whilo tho drag underneath tho runner was leav ing a broad and rougu groovo in tho hard crust of snow which covered tho surface of tho floe. Youth's Compan ion. Queen Elizabeth's Portrait. In person Elizabeth was alittlo over middle height, and when sho came to the throuo sho must havo been a beautiful young woman, with a pro fusion of auburn hair, a broad, com manding brow, and regular features that wcro capablo of rapid changes of expression, as tier linzci eyes tlasned ,vitu anger or sparkled with merri ment. Her portraits appear to have been all moro or less "idealized;" their number is so great that it is to be wondered that no monograph has yet been attempted dealing with them at all adequately. By far tho most im pressive picture of her which has been engraved is Mark Gerard's portrait at Burleigh House; it forms tho front is picco to tho first volumo of Wright's "Elizabeth and Her Times.'' The daughter of Henry VIII and Annie Boloyn could hardly havo missed in heriting somo of tho personal beauty of her parents, but sho was emphati cally her father's child. From him sho got her immense physical vigor, her magnificent constitution, nor powerful intellect, a frnmo which seemed incapablo of fatigue, and a norvous system tliat rendered her al most insonsiblo to fear or pain. Her lifo was thoiifo of a man, not of a wo man; sho could hunt all day, danco or watch masques and pageants all night, till tho knees of stromr men trembled under them as they wearily waited in attendanco upon her person; yet sho never seemed to suffer from tho im mense tension at which sho lived. With her amazing energy, her want 'of all sympathy for weakness, her licrco wuuuuie&a uuu ecu tussuruuu, aud a certain coarseness of fiber, it was iucvitablo that sho should bo un feminine Dictionary of National Bi ography. Tea, It's So. IleioiJ n warning to tho beauties. Fannv Davenport says sho has never passed a day without pain sinco nho uttemptcd tocoricct nature. When over tho hears of tiny ono who is about to try tho proccbs, sho sends for her aud v.urm licr against it. But her waruimr is fecldom heeded. Most ftctrcEsca vould rather suffer nnd be shapely than bo healthy end fat- Isn't it so, gnus, vaeaous ju now xuru ros3. ' J. N. Gallagher attomey-at-law, 31 5, AuttiR avenue, W,eo, Text. , ';( .' 'ii , tflODY MURDER OF PRICES. tx 1 IMMESSEJ SIAtJCHT'TlT. 4 IV -U " t 1 1-W.I .111 I 50,000 Worth ol jB GIVTO, ,iH A?W A7ST I TWE WACO iJO The Waco Furniture Company having purchased the en tire Stock of Frank Steiner, deceased, at a mere nominal price, and being determined to realize on that and on their own immense stock, will throw it all on the market FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS! At figures that will paralyze any prices ever known in Central Texas. Notice a few of the prices : Bed-Room Suits, former price $150, now only $100 Bed-Room Suits, " " 50, " " 30 Parlor Suits, ' " 150, " " 100 Parlor Suits, " " 50, " " 30 Bedsteads from $2 to $75 each, 1-3 off old prices. Chairs from 40c to $25 each, 1.3 off. 100 Parlor Suits and 150 Bedroom Suits will be sold in THE NEXT 60 DAYS At absolutely and bona fide factory prices and all other goods in the same way. A thousand articles of Furniture at your own prices. This is straight business. The Waco Furnitnre Company will .smash prices and reduce its im mense stock and give the Public the Benefit. Reneier the Slaughter Sale is for 60 Days froi Jan. 24fb MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE Aaaxx:M:TTXiA.T:Ejr assets STJHII.TJS BY NE-W YORK "We Kuat.DIo to Win" Is a common fiprHloii,bulnllh the Endowment Mail of this Compnnjr Ton Majr lire to M'ln. OBQANIZED :::::::: 1850. Consult or communicate with Sodhelm & Reinhart, General Atrente, Dallas, Texas, or WESLOW 6s CO., Speolal Agent, Waoo, Tex. REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL VIA THE- MO, KANSAS AND TEXAS Ry. Becansoltlstlieereat thorougnraro between Central Trxas and all points North, East and West. It is tnoonlyllnrpsaalns; through tliobeantlfnl Indian Territory. Itrnna a line of 8UPKRB PULLMAN IIUFVET and SLbEPINU OARS botween ST. LOUIS (via Denlson and Fort Worth) and SAN ANTONIO. It runs double daily tiuins. making, close and snie connections In union depots at Kansas City, St. Lonls and HannlbalXor all points. Solid trains from San Antonio to St. Louis, But one Change of Oars to Ohloago, New York, Boston, Louisville, Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other Prinoipal Cities. TRAVIS JONES. Ticket Agent. Waco Texas. GASTON ME3LIER, General Paaaanger and Ticket Agent, Sodalia, Mo. Waco Telegraph TEE OILY PLACE IK TEIAS WHERE o Western Union Operator. O AU persons who wish to acquire a thorough and practical know ledge of Short-Hand and Telegraphy will be well proparod for lousiness. It 1b a well-known faot that the Business Colleges do not and can not teach Telegraphy. This Instltuto la establish ed, therefore, to meet a real necessity. Charges will bo moderate Pupils, when qualified, assisted In getting positions. SCHOOL OPENS FRIDAY, 9 O'CLOCK FEBRUARY 1, 1889, B3- COHHE8PONDKNCE HOMCITED.'CS Mutual Life Insurance ORG-A-TSTISSEID in 1843. , Accumulated Assets, Surplus New York and Muss. "Facts and Figures" can be obtained concerning1 the "Grand Old Company" at Room 8 Jones? Block, over OMco of Etenlag News. t. A. THOMPSON, Special Stat Agent THE TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY, XlltJ GREAT XOXT7Xj.A.XI BOUTE Between the East and tho West. Short Lino to New Orleans and all points in Colorado, Oregon, New Mexico, Arizona and California. The Favorite Rout to th North, Cast and South-East. Pullman Falac Bleeping Cars dally botween St. Louis, Dallas, Fort Worth and 1 Paso, and Marshall and New Orleans without change. The only line offering choice of routes to points In the Honth.Kast. via Texarkana. Shrevenort or New Orleans. See that your tiokets read via The Tozaa and Paoiflo Railway. For tiokets, rates or any Information call on any of the ticket agents, or address !H. O. AROHMK, Faaa. AgU B. W. MeOULLOUOH, O. P. T. A., JOHN A. GRANT, General Manager. Dallas Tex. t?$t nqaaf Furallim EmnlPoughl la Who ilirm FURNITURE Tall o FOR THE NEXT fo .. ii n ' 'l:.aa t -i ' A. J. CARUTHERS, W. F. WOODWARD COMPANY OF NEW YORK. over. - STAND -A.HX3 Sll.BOO.OOO 3,400.000 Short - Hand Institute. TELEGRAPHY IS TAUGHT BY AH OLD II ROOK OYER WACO STATE BAHK, WACO, TEIAS, Company of New York $120,083,15:1.50. Standard - 7,040,003.03. CcWIY Managers. PIANOS & ORGANS are the best and cheapest because they excel and outwear all others. Sold at low prices on time or for cash. Fully warranted. Send for illustrated catalogue. SSfTlIT OJkiCX, BiOafteisoitTest., mr. Levis. tfMEHtlOH THJS PAPUf.'-tl Stolte - Brothers, RlSTEY FRESH -BREA0 "ffl OROOERIIia AMD PRODUOIL 1' nnllTRTAd In nv nart of thn r.ltv. tnentaiail " ' ?P trsjito Manxes U of onr groceries te be frcsji. STOLTR BROTBUUS, (CoragrTJfUjandlPrMikUjfflts, CHEAP OOLUMN. WANTED Every retail mereehaat to ex amine the HUcesior LeOcer before order ing n now supply of statements or bill beads. Manufactured only by tbe University Printing Co., Mows building;, Franklin street, Waco, Texas. TJ A I A I J Q Te bare old papers eoa j. -A-a-a. jjjasjkj niau; partle, wanting thrnn can get y on band and them at a bargain dv applying at tae jsvonw ,, MO. bli Auatl TniVATE HOAnDINQ-203 Norlh Sixth St. JL Flrst-claaa tablo board, per week S.1.00. hoard and lodging, per week tt to 5. FOR SALE. A good bnggy. need only a , short time. Call or address, l'JOJ Waali- P lngton atrect, Waco. LKAVK-Ordera wltb or telephono R. II. Oray, for wood. 2-2 "llTANTED. nirat-ciaas canraaaer ladr VV preferred. Samples free Apply to ilio North Third street. Mrs. McNeil. F 710K 8ALK Cheap A good bnggy, nine's1 j oestmsKe. Apply to J. II. Stev iteveua, via Anatln stroet. TO ItKNT The corner store on North Flnh and Washington streets. Inquire at IllncU man's old stand , on Austin stroet . 2-3 tf QAA f'f KNVKLOJ.-To b . sold QJttJJ within the next 30 days at prlcoa unhtard of before In Waco, Apply to the (Inlveralty Printing Co., Nxwa building, Franklin street. SITUATION WANTKD-Vy scod colored i CJ woman, who has Just come to Trxas and : -J unngagooa reiercaces 'Wiin ner aa nurse or i coamDermaiu in notei or private nraiiy. rsthur have the rara of ama.ll babr nlarht and t day. Addreaa Charley Qlbaon, Waco, Texas, ! care of Paul gnln College. T4- olnllilti n4- 4lt ltAfl1 T all JLK BUIIIUB UV.tUH UDHU VM. alt ill Southern newspapers. Thet'J Great Times-Democrat of . Now Orleans, La. Daily aim! Weekly. Itam Vtrjjeit ctrouMUan- 1 w 4 .n y .; n i M ..;'-. :' Jtj f . .. . , i yv "s: tfr - r i) 0Sm,fJ'it,' ' Axi i V f, k-)'