The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 150, Ed. 1, Monday, January 4, 1892 Page: 3 of 8
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WACO DAILY NEWS JANUARY 4 1892.
W. A. HOWARD M. D
Physician & Surgeon
1-2 South Fourth Street
loom 49 Pacify Hotel.
Dr. N. T. HARRIS
Office 011 Austin Street over
First National Bank.
j. w. inicinc. '' in. im.wnitTii
BAKER & DILWORTH.
Abstracters of Land Titles.
When you nocd tin Abstract or "-nt n tlta
uvestlguled be sure to see us I''oro placing
Nice fresh mid sweet oranges at
the Woman's Exchange.
Stolte - Brothers.
mm - BREAD
GROOERIEB AND PJiODUGH.
Delivered in tiny pit of the city lr.crt-M.
de assures Ml of our groceries te be freeh
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lill HV1UM IlillllMJIl Oil VI
First-rlass with all modem
appointments Famous Eaths
Hot Cold and Artesian.
Skillful Artists and best atten-
tion paid to patrons.
Give us a call.
I0TEL : ROYAL : BARBER : SHOP
Don't forget to
ur fine line of
call and see
Before Buying a
A J- Herz & Bro.
(jxiAitAM) ni:vs iii:Aiii;us
IOI South 4tli Mrcot.
o o at7
207 South Fifth Street.
Best coal in any quantity
delivered promptly. Prices
as low as the lowest.
1 I C 1 I E TROTT
207 South Fifth Street.
1000 acre farm 500 in cultivation all
first olass prairio land. Ton houses
barnp sheds wells and one never-
Small farms of 100 or 200 320 or 400
tores each and many others cheap
and on easy terms.
Ranging in number of aorcs of 320 500
1200 1400 1800 aDd 3.000 situated
near Waco. Wo can sell special bar-
gains in houses lots and busim
Bell & Sassaman
Real Estato and Rental Agents 1
South Fourth street Waoo Toxas.
Oysters oysters Ircsh and alwas
at tho Whito restaurant
Tho Big Muddy lump is strictly
oold-wcather coa). Telephone Egau
Joe Lohman is tho most popular res-
taurant man in Texas. His plaeo
117 South Fourth streot.
Tho Woman's Exchange 113 North
Fourth street is the boat place in
Waco co get a first-olass meal.
Block of 20 lots in Waoo addition
to Rockport on Herring Kelley
Eyans aud luge streets $400.
J. E. Andeiison.
For the best and freshest bocfpork
mutton veal spuoribi tub. and
oystors io to Crippen corner Fifth
Don't dolay if you desire lloek-
port property it will bo too high soon.
20 lot blooks for $400.
J. E. ANDF.P.80X.
STRONG SECRET POWER
Thought to Be Behind
ANOTHER FIGIIT TAKES PLACE
Ami Two Unit) it Stale Milillil m Am
Killed IH117 Nut Popular Itli tin- Cntli-
nllr Chill li iiixl It li ( hillucil the I'llrst-
I111111I It In S.l nipiitliy w Itli tlu fin-user.
LAitr.no. Tex. Jan. 2. Colonel Ceron
of the Mexican forces in Nuevu Latedo
lias leceived it telegiain ftoin down the
river on the Mexican side stating a fight
had (x-euned on thin wide and two sol-
diers of the United States had len killed.
Tho loss to the lcvolutionistsis not given.
From tho facts brought to light to date
tho freuei.il opinion is that tho movement
is fathcicd by a strong scciet power and
Garza is used as a blind. Colonel Ceion
repeated the denial of a revolt at Mier
and the killing of General Garcia.
When Garza crossed tho liver and men-
aced Mier and Gueriero had
he boldly attacked these places
he could have seemed $'40U0()0 which
were in the custom houses. He had
plenty of men well armed and mounted.
All tho people on both sides of the river
sympathize with Garza and it is impos-
sible to get assistance looking toward his
captuie. No sheriff on the bolder can
be found to anestGaiza for one time he
hinrendeied to a sheriff who lefused to
arrest him. Tho clerical party is behind
Garza furnishing him money and as soon
as he enlists JJO0O men they will furnish
liim millions to carry on the campaign.
Tliey have crossed into the state of
Tamaulipas and aro now in the moun-
tains. The Mexican government has
offered sfiiOO.OOO for Garza's head. So
far tho Mexicans havo killed over 100
men on suspicion of being revolutionists.
Tins tended to drive other poor ranchers
to join the levolt. At Pueblo the popu-
lace lovolted and every priest was placed
Promoted 1'ur (inlliintry.
Rio Grandu City Tex. Jan. 2. Ed-
ward Murphy has been promoted cor-
poral nee Corporal Ldstron killed in
action. The promotion was made for
gallantry and good conduct in tho action
with the Mexican bandits at Retamal
Tex. Dec. 22. The appointment of cor-
poral tendered to Trumpeter John Bamu
for gallantry and good conduct was de-
clined by him because of his defectiv
knowledge of the English language.
Din Very Unpopular.
Nr.w York Jan. 2. A personal letter
received here fiom a high official of tho
Diaz govenunent in the City of Mexico
"Tho Mexican government fears the
Garza movement. President Diaz rules
with an iron hand and is not popular
with the masfccs. He does not consult
his ministry or congress but makes aud
repeals laws at pleasure. The people are
not satisfied with this aud were they in
jwsition to do so would join Garza to-
day. Diaz knows this and fears it. No
ono believes Garza to be in command as
Garza is n cilvilian a man of good ad-
diess and popular but not a soldier.
When the time comes a well known man
and one who is loved by all Mexicans
will lead the revolutionists. Diaz is not
popular with the Catholic church and
ninny iersom claim tho priesthood is in
sympathy with tho revolutionists."
i;x-V.-;;ifMiiHii Wiiril Demi.
Indianapolis Jan. 1. Ex-Congress-lmui
Thonuifl B. Ward died at Plainfield
at tin early hour Fridny morning.
Ward several months ago returned lrom
D wight wheie ho had taken the bi-chlo-rido
tieatment. About two weeks ago
ho became despondent and resumed his
old habitx. Thursday morning he went
to Plainfield but had not taken the
treatment. Ward served two tonus in
congress had been a supreme judge and
mayor of the city in years past.
Mm ili-ie. I by a lturglur.
SiiYvoun Ind. Jan. 4. L. W. Marsh
a piominent citizen was shot and killed
by a buiglar who stole his watch and
pocketbook at U o'clock this morning.
Marsh overtook the burglar outside of
the houso and it was during a desjierato
struggle tual -Mar.sli received a bullet in
his breast. Tho criminal wore socks
over his shoes and made good his escafw
but is being pursued by a posse of citi
zens and will ptobably be taken befoiu
Nc I. aniline; I'lnee.
Nkw Yoiik Jan. 4. Without cere
ruoiiy tho immigration officials to-day
settled down on Ellis Hand and the
barge ot oilice is no moie. Tho steam
ship Nevada was the first to arrive at
the now landing place. The first imnii
grant was lo-year-old Annie Moore and
her littlo In other from Cork to meet
their mother who lives here. Colonel
Weber piewnted Annie with u crisp $10
A Itrlilu Mint UhiiiI
Gu'iiliHK Ok. Jan. I. At Chandler
tho Initio of Henry A. Redmond was
found dead in a tent with a bullet
through her he.tit. Her husband claimed
that she had committed suicide but
tho doctors said she could not have fired
tho shot and her husband is in jail
chaiged with murdering her. They had
been married but tlnee weeks ago at
to Evening Ms
What DoYou Want?
Do you want Agents!
Do you want Pupils!
Doyou wont a l'urtnorl
Do you want n Situation
Do you want to buy Anything
Do yon want a Husband or Wife?
Ixi jlu want Hoarders or I-odgerfi?
Do you want any ' Help" mule or female?
Do you want Servants Clarke or MoclianlcA?
Do you want to rent a Hooni Hou'o or Storol
Ijo yon want to sail your Good-will and Fix
Do ton want to Bent or Soil your Iloueo Of-
fice Lot or Farm?
Do you want to Iluy or Soil a florfc Wagon or
any kind of Vehicle?
Have you Lost or K. und an) thing?
Have ou second hand Goods of liny kit d th it
yon wish to kcII or exchange!
Pcrsot oln or Matrimonial Ad'ertlsemcnts!
If eo Thk Nkw will publish an advertise
mont in the Want Col'irun for O VK O - N r l'KH
WORD per day or FIVE CENTS PBU WORD for
onowcoK seven days
TnK sews Is the on y paper that uoes Into
nearly overj reading houohflld In Waco and
bnsldcs circulating largely In adjoining towns
Hundreds can be referred to who havo proOtabl)
advertised In lta"Vnt" column
Waco Evening News
Advertising In thin column crargod a th
rbte of one cent ptr word for each Insertion.
Cash muat accompany the order except wheo
ordered by a regular advertiser.
WAIM'rnt- V oman f o dnrb mberworkat
Stnbbleffeld Houso. Cll) Franklin street
WJMT.n-Py n Intelligent boy a alna-
sion a stenographer n d typewriter
Law oftlco I referred. Address M. Morrla
1 81 3t
WANTIIK To buy 'me.nlce second lianil
olnco futures. Address rewn (ifllce.
WASTKD-To bnv B second-hand book-
case Hurt be cheap. Aptly at News
;i To buy a second hand Hat top
Must be cheap. ddrees Desk
WAVJ'UW To buy fcecond hand Furniture
Stovts ( arpeiB Tools Ever) thing.
Waco t nrioslty 8hoj.
WAATUli- 1'artleB who wont tolnves'lD
In the rich agricultural lands of Central
Texa- to Benl tl elr address to THE WACO
DAILY ItKWS. lnlormatlon furnished free.
WAB'ri:i)-One thousand old suits to
clean at SOS North Fourth street. A.
Friedman successor to The Littlo Kreuchman.
ForjM A po ket book contain ng few
dollars Own can get same l paying
for this notice and calling at the Post OMo.
iivi-un Anins nay on Auptln atreet. or
SJ around tho square nbunch of o oven keys
with leather tag marked W. c.
please return to City Itnishal
IV The o Is a widow orphan or sick per on
In tills city sutle'lng t rtho want ofllrn
plcabi- send yonr nanio and ddr ss to tho
eager Publishing company room 20 t'hal-
mers Klook. (lur 1 ni-Mion la lor liovo tho
wormy snuering end no oeggar need apply
containing 83o Four
Liberal roword for
fives ui d ono lo
te.urn to News Otllco.
1i:if.SONAI. WHlthepo-tlcman who un-
lwte ttnnally rarriedawhitn handlid bilk
umbrella out 1 1 the telegraph olUca or tho
Co ton Pelt t ckct otll e. about a week airo.
pleato teturnlt to'lnKNk: olllcc. l'J ;il tf
LOST A breatpln contalnlLg two Deguer-
rotypes has heavy gold setting. Ptinler
will return to 210 North Sixth street ind be
suitably icnardcd. 12 So t
F'orlst can hesrof agooj ojienlng
Ll.tl i: At Gaunt Bros. Fifteenth and Jack-MreetH-
ltoi k l.lin" or Slacked Lime
Portland Rcseudale ana LouIsviUo Cement
12 1U Imo
FK SA l.i:--Old papers at 20 cents per hun-
dred at 'in k M.w a otllco.
FOK lti:.'I... Funtture StovcB Sewing
Machines Everything. Waco i urloslty
bhop C17anc CIS) Austin street.
Ftllt lli:T 7loom houeorn Duton street
uiarMntb. Only 15 a month. M. C.
Kingsbury X to. tl" and C 9 Austin utieet.
TTtDll NAI.i: t Co.stl AtOstl AtCoBtl
JJ Jewelry Clocko silver Plated KuIvls
Wins Poi lot and
lahlo ( nltery Pterbtopis
Ink Btunils. Pin-
ture Frameaar d Notions Ihla Is tho 11 st
unio woevcrndvcrilftu to noil at copt but wo
desire to bandlo only New Furnltnro aud
Second hand gooes of all kinds. Waco Carlos
TKI.lll'llOMN-Gauntllros. for Post Oak
or Ash cord wto i tue Wi oil or lire
plarewood cnt a:y length 12 10 lino
Wm. Timinoue postmaster of Ida-
villo Ind writes: "Elcotrio Bittors
has done more for me than all other
medicines combined for that bad feel-
ing arising lrom Kidney and Liver
trouble.1' John LcbHc farmer and
stockman of samo place says : "Find
Electrio Bitters to be tho best Kindey
and Liver medicine uiarlo mo feel like
a now man." J.. W. Gardner hard
ware merchant samo town says.
"Eleotrio Bittors is just tho thing for
a man who is run down and don't care
whether ho lives or dies; he found
now strength good appotito and foil
just like ho had a now lease ou life.
Only 50c. a bottle at W. 13. Morrison
& Go's. Drug Store.
Bin Muddyl Big Muddy! Big Muddyl
EG AN! KG AN! KG AN!
Joe Lehman's lor
loo oream and
Straight dinner 'rom 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joo
The largest return lor amount
vested is in lloekport lots.
J. E Anuehson
If you want to buy a lot on snoh.
terms as you ciiti easily meut see Mrs
Kukpatrick Eigth and Olay stteot.
If you havo work mules to trade for
lots sro Mrs Kirkpatriok Eighth and
Tho proper thiug is to buy Rook
put lots if you don' somebody else
will. J. E. Anduhson.
You can buy a homo in the Kirk
patriok addition by a littlo ooouomy
and on terms to suit.
What has been needed in Waoo for
.ears is chep building lots anil now
Waoo has got
it. Soo ad of lots in
Don't make tho mistako of delaying
until Rook port $100 blocks aro woith
more than Vclasoo property.
J. E. Andkkson.
Tho Woman's Exohango ib man-
aged by a lady of experience and ono
who oannot bo excelled in go'.tmg up
a touipting bill of faro.
You can buy a good shoo from a
good houso. Wo keep tho olass of
shoe that you want.
Siii:EPEn Clifton & Co
Fortunes were made at Volasoo
why not on Baker street Itookport
J. E Anderson
Everybody goes to Joo Lohman'e
whon they want a good moal or he
A J. Loslio for first-class watoh
clook and jewelry repairing. Same
building with II. E. Ambold Anstin
If you want to buy somo lots in the
new pretty addition to Waoo and havo
Milk cows to trado seo Mrs. Kirkpat
rick Eighth and Clay street.
Mellor & Delanoyat No. 125Soutb
Third has lard whioh no guaranU t
fresh and pure at 12 oeLls por pound
also fresh meats muttou pork beef
Tf you want to buy lots in Kirkpat-
riok addition will tako part cash good
work stock mules or horses or good
milk cows. Seo P. G. Kirkpatrick'
005 South Eighth corner of Clay.
Just Rocelved Largo Stock
Frosb garden seed. Como yo market
gardeners. Wo have ample to supply
you in ovcrything.
W. L. Tucker
at "Lion Drug Store."
Tho re is no man so poor bnt that
ho can buy a lot in tho Kirkpatriok
additioL at tho low price of lots and
easy torms of payment. Don't delay
Those lots will bo worth five times
the selling price soon.
Wo givo employment tomoropcoplo
and havo moro toams engaged in do.
livering our "justly oelobiated Big
luuuuy lump coal man any other
dealer m the city. "Telephone
Lots in tho Kirkpatriok addition
aro nearer to tho square than Dickey's
hill aud much nearer than Edgefield
and tho lots aro cheap at double the
price asked whilo tho terms of pay-
ment will be made so easy that any
one can buy.
Bnohltjn'a Amlon Halve.
Tho boat slvo lu tho world for onto
orulflos sores uloors suit rheum fe-
ver soreg totter chapped hands cull
blalns corns and all skin eruptions
and positively ouros piles or no pj
required. It Is guaranteed to glvt
jatisfaotlon or uoney refunded. Prloc
26 conts ft box. Kor aalo by W. B
Woman Lovely woman ono bott'e ot my
celebratMl ToNTt will perrnumntly vnlargo
yonr rrm 1 Inches In :u Uaya Rud.rrale you
aa beautiful as Cleopatra or money refunded.
Price ouly .' 00 Woman's m y truolrloml
for it nover falls. Tonti glorl us Tonti
will make tho leanest person fat and remote
those horrid wrlnktts. Son for sealed c-lrcu
)r 3IUh.DK MILLER
211 W-liuiu Avenue Ciiicaoo in
Garden spot of tho great Pinhandlo.
Rich loamr soil. Great wheat country.
Tulia is tho county &oat of Swisher
county. One ol tho finest counties
in the great Panhandle. Court house
entireties souoois ac &o.
Swisher county ib dovoloping rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhan-
dle daily and the man with tho plow
is dily going to Swisher county.
A pretty town in tho prettiest oountry
in tho world. Land level as a floor
and produoing inmionao crops of all
cereals vegetables and fruits.
Everlasting freestone puro water in
illimitable quantities at twonty-livo to
Aro in a growing town in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continue to ndvanco in a way
to make tho head ewiin. Buy now.
Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as
dirt at prices now asked.
For maps plats and other particu-
lars apply to
411 Franklin Ptroot.
Doop wator is assured at Aransas
Pass. Nearly a hundred thousand
dollars in cash and ono million in
lands subsoribed. The great boom
has sot in.
Aro good for ten times thoir pros-
out valuo in a short timo. Proporty
is enhancing in valuo day by day.
Are tho best investment in tho
south. Fortunes will bo realized by
luoky invostors becauso Itookport is
tho coming seaport.
Rockport lots Ho high and dry on
rich soil sub-irrigated perfectly
healthy in tho midst of a groat com-
Are ohoap at ton times their presont
price They aro valuablo property
now and as toon as doop water is se-
cured they will bo worth fabulous
In tho Waoo addition to llookport
aro offered for a Bong. Thoro is mil-
lions in them. Do not wait a day but
drop in and buy. It is tho ohaucc of
ft MORPHINE HAPiTS.
THE KEEL! INSTITUTE OF
OKLAHOMA CITY O. T.
Fresh oysters sorvod in any stylo at
tho Wo in ati's Exchange 11:) North
IJoekport blocks worth f 1200 for
grapes and oranges offered at $400.
J. E. Andkrhon.
Thoro if no working man but by a
little economy can savo money enough
to buy a home in tho Kirkpatriok ad-
dition. Seo large ad.
Lacy's brier Creek Coal.
Ono ton tb 50; one half ton $.1 00
ono fourth ton $1767
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 150, Ed. 1, Monday, January 4, 1892, newspaper, January 4, 1892; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114652/m1/3/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .