The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 157, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 12, 1892 Page: 3 of 8
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WACO DAILY NEWS JANUARY 12 1892.
W. A. HOWARD M. D
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice 121 1-2 South Fourth Street
IWtieeiitt: ltim 4o Pacific Hotel.
W O W1LKKR M D
Jtcsldcnce a U N 12 St..
DRS WILKLS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
(8 CHAMBERS Itl.OCK.
at Ola r"oner Drag Blore
Bt Oaice Bin! Residences.
Dr. N. T. HARRIS
Office on Austin Street ovei
First National Bank.
207 Soiilli Fillli Street.
Best coal in any quantity
delivered promptly. Prices
as low as the lowest.
t HCEDSEO EOTT
207 Sruth Ftftb Street
Tho Woman's Exchange 113 North
Fourth street is the beat plaoo it
Waco to pet 1 first class meal.
Block of 20 lots in Waco addition
to Rockport on Herring Kelley
fiyans and Inge streets $400
J. E. Andhrson.
For the best and ficrhest bccfpoik
1 :i. . a .u .. J
mutton vow apirunuj m
oysters 0 .0 Crippen corner l'iftn j
Don't delay if you desire Hock-
port property it will be too high soon.
20 lot blocks for $400.
J. E. Anderson.
Lunches and refreshments for en-
tertainments furnished by tho Wo
man's Exchange 113 North Fourtl
Donot delay. Get you a place for a
borne. You can buy a lot in the
Kirkpatriok addition for what you
pend in lottery tickets young man.
Enokltn'a Arnica Halve.
The best salve In tho world for oats
bruises sores uloors salt rheum lo
vor sores tetter chapped hands cull
blnlns corns and all skin eruptions
and positively Qures piles or no pa;
required. It Is guaranteed to glvt
satisfaction or uonoy refunded. Prlct
26 oonts t box. For sale by W. B
Morrison & Co.
Notice of Sal.
Notioo is hereby given that the St.
Lovis and Southwestern llailway com
pany of Texas will on to wit the
11th day of January A. D. 1892 at
at 2 o'clock p. in. at its freight depot
situated on Mary Rtreot in tho city of
Waco sell at public- auction to the
highest bidder for cash the following
discribed property to wit : One car
load of lime consigned to J. B. Baker
Waco Texss and contained car No.
6330 St. L. S. W. tituatcd in the
yards of (-aid railway company. Said
property being sold as unclaimed per-
ishable freight to pay Btorage oharges
as provided by statutes of tho state of
St. Louis Southwestern Railway
Comany of Texas. Jly
J. It. Hatdbn
E. E. Thompson will reopen in a few
days with a lsrger and better stock of
paints oils paper etc embracing a
more complete stock than ever before
oarriod in Waco
Mrs. Dr. Lenormand.
Tho world renowned European!
weaiuni. Tells your entire lire paBt
present and future. Dipcovers stolen
property. Parlors at 405 Washington
Btreet. This is the opportunity of a
One four room house
ICO9 Franklin street.
and two lots
Lofs in tho Kirkpatriok
cheap aB dirt.
THE STRIKE WILL CEASE
Today on the Aransas
it Is Thought.
FATAL WEEOK ON THE M0N0N
Nenr Crnwforclsvllle I nil. Two Pcrsonl
Kilted nml Miiuy Wounded Knnmm
Court War at n Htiinilatlll Decision In-
voIvIiir Many Million.
San AVtonio Tox. Jan. 12. It is now
probablo that tho Aransas Pass striko
will ceaso to exist within twenty-four
hours. Tho olivo branch has been
passed between both parties tho receiv-
ers and tho strikers. At tho two meet
ings of tho railway employes ono held
at the Mission garden and tho other at
Jones' hall tho committees numbering
thirty-five were selected to arbitrate tho
mattor with tho receivers at a confer-
ence to take place today nt the Odd Fel-
lows' hall at 11 o'clock. A large delega-
tion representing employes of other
roads came in last night and are nil earn-
est in their desire to secure a satisfactory
adjustment of the trouble which has
cost tho Aransas Pass road over $100-
000 tho people of San Antonio nnd along
tho San Antonio and Aransas Pass over
$500000 and tho strikers soveral thous-
and dollars All aro now wishing for
ho whito winged angel of pcaco to perch
on tho standards of tho combatants and
with this end in view it is estimated
that no action is likely to take place in
the Forty-fitty judicial court in the case
of contempt until after tho settlement.
Cn.vwFonnsvn.iJ5 Intl. Jan. 12. Be-
tween 2 and !$ o'clock Monday afternoon
the northbound Monon train ran off tho
track two miles north of hero nt Nichol-
son crossing. The nccidont occurred on
a fifty-foot embankment down winch
four cars rolled the engine and one bag-
gage car keeping the track. Tho trouble
is supposed to bo duo to a broken rail.
The first passenger coach rolled over
three times. It was full of passengers
and caught fire from tho stove but all
tho occupants escaped alive. Tho bag-
gago nnd express car went
noiio in it were esoverely hurt.
coach was literally torn to pieces also
tho parlor car. Here tho greatest dam-
ago done. Thero wss hardly a passenger
on the train who escaped injury. Help
was soon at hand and in a few moments
tho road was full of maimed on tho way
to town. There were three theatrical
troops on botrd one of which tho "City
Club" Builesquo company wero com-
pletely broken up nearly every member
sustaining senons injuries. Tho killed
are: Ben Hamburg of Cincinnati travel-
ing man; Madam ErnaVniiltokey of -tho
"City Club" company. Many aro
An Old Mlhcr'n Money.
Nashville Jan. IS. Some moths ago
a miserly old fellow named Hilton liv-
ing near Franklin Ky. found himself
at death's door. Ho quarreled with his
wife and desired to keep her from enjoy-
ing his estate. Ho made a servant bring
him a nail keg which ho placed on tho
fire. About this tinio a maiden sister of
Hilton's canto in and rescued tho keg
which when opened was found to con-
tain $50000 111 bonds. Sho took them
homo with her for safo keeping. Old
Hilton died and when tho administrator
was appointed tho sister surrendered tho
bonds but was surprised to find that all
but $17000 had been stolen.
Some weeks ngo the city marshal of
Franklin Ky. named Stanford came to
Nashville and cashed some of tho coupons
from tho missing bonds and was arrested
on a charge of bringing stolen property
into tho state. Last Wednesday un
known parties surrendered to Hilton's
administrator $53000 and tho case
againstStanford was not to bo prosecuted.
Illco to Succeed Cotton.
Memphis Jan. 12. Dan Talmago's
Sons well known New York merchan-
dise brokers nnd authorities on rico
adviso tho fanners of tho south to culti-
vati rico wherever cotton growth is
cultivated stating that it is most profit-
able of southern products tho gross re-
sult being $40 to $7." per acre and cost
of cultivation only itio per acre aitd less.
Tho United States today needs twice its
present product to meet its homo de-
mand. This is illustrative of tho interest
taken in tho matter of reducing tho
ocrcago on cotton.
Murdered In Kunsus.
Eureka Kan. Jan. 13. Win. Coul-
ter a fanner living ten miles northwest
of this city was murdered in the pres-
ence of his family Saturday ovening.
Just before Coulter camo from work an
unknown man masked opened tho door
and stopped into tho room with a re-
volver in each hand. With ono weapon ho
intimidated Mrs. Coulter and with tho
other shot her husband dead. There is
no clow to tho identity of the murderer
or motive of tho deed.
Died III Ills 118th Year.
PAU13 Tpx. Jan. 12. Joseph Allen
died at Talihina Choctaw nation last
Friday and was buried on Saturday.
"Uncle Joo Allen" was known all over
linf TWiTirvti tf 41ia rnmf? rn ntnmitf
of his age and his being a survivor the
war of 1813. Ho was bom in Tennesseo
in 1774 and thoreforo was in hfa 118th.
year when ho died.
Waco Erening Hews
What Do You Want?
Do yon want Agents?
Do you want Pupils!
Doyou want a Partner!
Do you want n Situation;
Do you want to buy Anything!
Do yon want n Husband or Wltel
Do ycu want Hoarder or l-odgere?
Do ynu want any ' Help" male or female!
Doyou want Servants darks or Mechanics!
Do you want to rent a Itoom ltone or Htorel
Do yon want to fell your Good-Will and Fix
Do A'ou want to Rent or Sell your llonse Of-
fice Lot or Farm?
Do you want to liny or Sell a Horse Wagon or
any kind of Vehicle?
Uave you Lost or H'.und anything!
Have ou second hand Goods of unykltdthM
yon wish to ell or exchange?
Pergonals or Matrimonial Advertisements?
If so The New will publish an advortlse
merit in the Want Column for OK O-N r PER
WOltl) per day or K1VK OKNTSPKIl WOIID for
ono wee a seven days.
Tiik news Is the on y paper that voe Into
nearly every rending household in Waco and
ousiues circulating largely in unjoining iuwmb
Hundreds can be referred to who hive profitably
advertised In Its "Wunt" column.
Waco Evening News
Advertising In this column ct-arged a th
rot' of one cent per word for each Insertion.
Cash must accompany the order except whoie
ordered by a regular advertiser.
WANTIIH -i n n'ehedrnotr and hoard In
prti tofatlly Tor a )onrg lady. ll'IV-
enres In r I ah eil a.d required Add ess 14.
caro News Office. 1 11 Ink
X7AVrr.I Bv am (Idle aged lady Govcr-
"" neb 1 oi.bo 1 eeptr or seamstress
ran give good r renees. Ajply at Wortn-
11 in Hotel Soventti sir et. 2 il 3 t
WiN'i nilTwo or thrro olllcea to e'ean
aid attend. i.f i-chool hour- In af er-
oon Addretj4 Mary Ilulinej City. Jt
WAVI'I-MI-A LADYTOOAWA3 FOIl
Deleartr coude Annlv at 4(1)5 Austin
WAIV'I I'.ll To htiy M.nie nice cecowl hand
office lUtnres. AdmcEB t ewp 1 illco.
WAN'I'KII To hnv a second-hand book-
cate. Must he cheap. Apily at News
WAl'l'KIl To buy RBPeoud hand flat top
dexk. Muel ho cheat) address Desk
-To bny Secondhand Furniture
1 ameiB. Tools. KTcrithlnK.
Waco 1 urioelty Shop.
WAKTI2H Parties who want to luces' In
In the rich agricultural lamia or Central
Tex a toecniiti elr address to TDK WACO
DAILY NEWS. Intoiuiatlon furnished free.
-One thnnsa"d old suits to
.103 North Fourth Btreet. A.
Friedman successor to 1 he Little Frenchman.
A nicety furnlshol room
fr m Austin street. Aimlv
J ' two b'ocka
at 314 N I til beventh btre t. lllct
pl IE 1: IV T Part of my dwelling 718.
1 Dnttn Btreet Call atsiercl o'J Austin
p1- It Itl?.!VT-One suite of rooms on fl-st
x floor aii'l one fouili 100m on second floor.
Appyto Mrs. Harmon ct-rncrof Eighth n d
V ushlngtuu tre. ti. If
PniESONAI wintunco'tieinan who un-
ii te tlenally carried a whit- IihihII d ellk
lliubn lla nut il th- telegraph ofllmt or tho
Co ton ell t ekct oil e about a week una.
pleatu ctuinlt lo'iiicNt wsolllcc. l'Jtllf
A1.IVK Y nrlt can hojrof a gool opening.
Appl; at this olllce t r K.gtn ami Ciay
I liur t Daunt Urn. Flfo'ntlianl Jack.
reet-s l!o k I. m" or flaikeil u mo
IVrt and Rcse dale and l.ouUvl le Cement.
12 tu 1 mo
Full S li:--0'd parers atSOcentsperliuii-
uied at Tiih. twa c!!!cc.
Flll lll'IVT Furiltnre Stnvea Sewing
Jluchli es liTerjtblni.'. Waco 1 uttoslty
Shop cif am 6lt Atittiij htrctt.
n ar Mnih
"loom hotit e ' n Duton Ktroct
Oulv ll.'i a mni.tli. M. (V
Klnj aburj & Co C17 end c Aust n stieet.
Felt sli;.-.t CostI AtOetl Afostl
Jewelry Clock bllver Plated Knivca
rnrks Sn'ona upkln HIiiih. I'o kei and
Table 1 ultciy Fterlnop' s Ink gtai ds I'lc-
tun Frnn ea H d Nitlons. TtU Is the flat
time wteciulvtT lfcd to fe'l at con hut we
1 ea're to bundle oily New Furniture and
Second bund gooes of ail kinds. Waco Cutlos
rpurri'IlOMl-Gauntllros. for Prst Oak
X or Ash cord w o tove vvi ou ir lire
place wood cut at y lcURtb. n: 10 1 mo
IT a Paper b-rk sato-bo'k.
S x b. and Till. Nurlli Nlntii at eet
be t-Mttidid by le v UK tmncul Bt I.011U
sicre ciriur cixtn ana aus in street
The list chance to buy lots close to
the l uiincss portion of the city cheap
is 1 flVred in tho Ivirkpatrick addition.
The chanoo will never ocour again in
'he Rirkpatnck lots are eloso to
tl" center of tho city closer than any
ox"" addition and aro Bellinir at
prices fir below their value
MY STORE F.ne Kiam nt 4 cents
per pound at My St. re H25 Amtiu.
Bitr Muddv! Big M-.d-iv! Win; Muddy!
KGAN! KGAN! EGAN!
Joe Lohmnn's (or
100 cream and
Straight dinner 'ruin 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joe
Tho Woman's Exchange 19 man-
aged by a lady of experience and one
who cannot be excelled in getting up
a tempting bill of faro.
You oan buy a good shoo from a
good houso. Wo keep tho olass of
shoe that you want.
Slkepeu Clikton & Co
Everybody goes to .loo Lchman'f
whon they want a good meal or i-e
Wo givo ctnplO)inent to more people
and liavo more teams engaged in do
"ivering our "justly celebrated Big
Muddy lump" coal than any other
dealer in the city. "Telephone Egau
Lucy's feiler Cretk Coal.
One ton $5 50; one half ton $3.00;
one fourth ton $1.75.
The Greatest Strike.
Among tho great strikes that of Dr.
Miles in discovering hii New Heart
Cure has proven itself to be ono of
the mon important. Thedenmnd for
it has beconio astonishing. Already
the treatment of heart disease is be-
ing revolutionizd and many unex-
pected cures fleeted. It soon relives
short breath fluttering pains in side
arm shoulder wnak and hungry spells
oppression sweliutr of ankles smoth-
ering and heart tlrnpsey. Dr. Miles'
boole on Heart and Nf-vous Diseases
free. Tho uneaquled New Heat Cure
is sold and guaranteed by II ( Rich-
er & Co. also his Reetorativo Nervine
for headache fits Fprces hot fldsheti
nervous chills opium habit etc.
will any ono
they uaa b
romuln weak wbea
mi.uo strong I
Everyone should know that the entire
human structure ia constantly being torn
down and rebuilt the same ns in the
vegetable world the trees nhi-d their leaves
and aj;nin put forth new (.hoots. Now
when tho blood beeuints too weal; to carry
to tbe kidneys and liver this dead tissue
that should be ieinoed the whole system
becomes enervated and u distressed feeling
of weakness and unnatural fatigue follows.
One feels half dead so to speak and liter-
ally ij half dead the old tissue clinging In
DO YOU FEEL
particles throughout the system prevent-
ing the forming of new tissue und the
awakening of new life. At biicIi times a
medicine that will enliven the blood re-
move its sluggish rie-: lilt it with red cor-
puscles and strengthen it it necessary.
There is only uuu iik.1i medicine und that
la Dr. John Hull's Sartaj.arilln Its action
on the blood is like the elleet of cream on
coffee t'f mnha il ffc-oif. Do you want to feel
thoexuberanceof perfect health? Doyou
want to feel strong uuu 11111 01 me in every
part? Do you want
to met ease your sen-
control and be a perfect
womnn. fice from the un
ttie unnatural tcnuen-
ciesof wasting and debilitating diseases?
Then use Dr. Hull's riarsaparillu. It will
make you feel new and full of strength.
l. u. uurniws lyovuiKion iv
Ky. writes 1
'I would now be In my urava
in bnd I not
used Dr. Hull's Snrupnrllm. I wits pale
listless and so weak tliut 1 npent more than
halt my time 1
lying In bed. My memory
Id not eoneentriite my mlna
was bad. I conk
on blikliitjos or miytliliiK. My iiIk.1'1 wcra
restless and my uiemmt tinniittuiiiiy vivia.
I lost lloslinnd seemed to tic wasting away
I crow despondent und constantly fearful
that something evil wus going to happen.
The Kinullcst out would inn Into n sore and
my blood was tiitn and cold. I bennl IluU'i
Bursapurllln wu9n good strcngtlienliie med-
icine nnd so gave It a trial. It linn rr.udi
life seem dllftrunl to me nnd tilled ma with
activity liopuiitid determination wlillemy
health la all I could desire."
Mrs. Lucy Hedel Lnwrcnceburg Ind..
writes: "1 was weak and nervous weighed
only eighty-six pounds took tuenly-tnre
bottles uf l)r Hull's Harsapnrlllu nnd grow
trons nnd fat. 1 now weigh 117 pounds. "
wif yon lova your child look after IU
welfare by occmlonully giving It Dr. John
Hull's Worm Destroyer They never do
harm and will keep II well.
eB-8mlth'aTonlo8ynip cures chills an
(ever after quinine lias failed. It U pleas-
ant to take nnd nuver fulla to cure. You da
yourself a wrong to use quinine or any
other chill medicine.
John D. I'aiik & Sons WhoUtab Agtntt
174 ih and 170 Bycamore Bt Cincinnati ft
Woman Iivoly wnmnn. one bottle of my
clehrat A Tonii v.111 jierrranently enlarge
yonr t-iml Innnrfr In 3 dava a d rakeyou
na beautiful as Cloopatrt or money refunded.
Price only 2 03 Womn's 1 11 y true rrlend
for It n er falls lunri plorl us Ionti
will make tho leanest p rnon fat anil remove
those horrid wrlukba. Son' for feateil circu-
lar. Mllx. 1)H MII.1KK
211 WAUS1I AVKNUK ClllCAUO llXS
Our goods and our prices do
advertising wo find it List in
In Thoir Now OfTlco
Among tho fitat to accept elegant
offici s iu tho iviw Provident building
on Fourth and Franklin Btroels i tho
Grin cf I'ukctt & Diigelby. Thoy
arc snugly ensconsed in imposing
rooms on the third floor and their
sign Piokol. & Dugclby Auditors
and Adjusters 13 handsomely display-
ed on the creat windows on the north-
wet corner of tho great building.
Tho new tdlices aro among tli.5 Be est
in tho city most handsomely fur
nibhed and a credit to taste. In their
new businerB vrhioh is ono greatly
needed in Texas they have met with
great encouragement and tho evi-
dences are that will soon bo over-
crowded with work. Call on them and
tBko it look at their elegant i.e-w
quarters. Merohat ts nnd others will
savo money by calling in their servi-
ces on complicated aooout ts.
Dr. Willis Specialist.
Owing to increased buMiicRP I will
reuiHiti at Waoo till Junelbg2 Will
cay to all who ao afflicted with Con-
sumption Bronchitis Asthma and
Catarrh onll and scu lUBiirioirftcrM for
treating said diseases. .Hot mcilivattJ
steam taken direot to diseased par's
by inhalation. A poBitivo cure in
Will testoro hearing when deafness
is caused by catarrh. Am also pro-
paired to treat fctnalo disorders
rheumatism liver and kidney diseases
neuralgia. Hay fever auu la grippo
Booms up stairs over McKonnou
Bros. & Go's drug store.
Offlco hours 9 to 12 a. m.; to (!
11 you want frebh oysters served in
a tempting m inner call at the Wo-
man's E.xohangc 113 North Fourth
A Sound Llvor Makes a Well Man.
Aro you Blllouu Constlpntotlanel
troubled with Juureiu PltMithd-
aotio Bud Tasto in Mouth Kiln
Hreath t'oatel Toutjuo. Djfpopsla
Indigestion Hot Dry Bkln Pnln In
ISack and betwoon the BliotihlorH
Chills und Foyor &o. If you havo
any of these symptoms your Lilver Is
out of order your blood is slowly
being polsouod hoonuso your I Ivor
does not not properly. I T HitiNts will
euro any disorder of the Llvur"ttim-
ttuh orllowels. It has no equal ns a
Llvor Medicine. Pnoo 76 tenlt Kroo
Hnmple bottlo ut il C. Rishoi'e Drug
Garden spot of iho great I'inhandlo.
llioh loamy soil. Great wheat country.
TuHa is tho county 6cat of Swisher
county. Ono of tlio finest counties
in tho great Panhandle. Court houso
chnrches schools ao La.
Swisher county is developing npidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhan-
dle daily and the man with tho plow
is daily going to Swisher county.
A pretty town in tho prettiest country
in tho world. Land level as a Iloor
and producing immense crops of all
cereals vegetables and fruits.
Everlasting frccfltono puro water in
illimitahlo quantities at twonty-iivo to
Are in a growing town in a growing
county. Property is advancing daily
and will continue to advance in a way
to roaLo tho lioad ewini. Buy now.
D'n't delay a day. Lots cheap an
dirt at prices now asked.
For maps plats and other particu-
lars apply to
411 Franklin stroet.
LIQUOR g MORPHINE HAPITS.
;ai.l ONOIl ADllltKSS
THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF
OKLAHOMA CITY O T.
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