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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCHM 3 1892.
tT. II. WILKES, MD
noaldence : 0 N 12 St..
Hetlaonce i' w
DRS WILKLS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
BOOMS IN rOVJI)Er.TUlLD)NO.
Mato Old 'omer Drug Blore. Telepnono
at Offlco and HeBldoflces,
t W. HUNTER, M. D
Slato nt Old
Corner Drug Store.
Ofllco lionrH nt realdonco, from 2 to 4
ni. JNo. 14U8 Bouiu jmkihii Birooi.
Dr. N.T. HARRIS
Office on Austin Street ovei
First National Bank.
Eooenb Williams. Wm. W. Evans.
Williams & Evans
Atty's Counsellors at Law,
I'll o r in est it vih uisa,
Hartley & Burleson,
Itonk, Job anil (jniiiuicrclul
MS Sooth Third Slrett, Star Mitchell Iloast,
A Trial Order Solicited.
Corner Slxtli mid Wniliiiifrtnii,
Bins. j. m. wigcjins, imiopmetjiess
J3"Good roonu ami unex' riled table, licet
of erv ;o at the inoit rea-ut able ratos Con
Tcnleut to buRhicBB center of tho city.
E. T- DENNIS & BRO.
318 Anhtin Avenue.
Cor. Eighth Clay Su.
Only ttco Mocks south afJUo,
I'aeljle 11. Jl
8ST IF IHEaCIASS.-!
Terms reasonable. Commercial
Travel especially solicited.
Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick.
Tho days of wonder will never
cease till tho end of tho world.
Now is your chanoe to down all lOo
and 5o. oountcrs at 4a. and 3o. at tho
Store, G12 Austin Street. Nothing
The News 1b not responsible for nor
will It pay any bills unless authorized
by a written or vorbal order from the
Good beds and best of fare. Hates
$1.00 por day. Meals 25 cents, 120
Second street, next door to the oourt
'tMT I 1 u? In Kmmm
1000 aorc farm, 500 in cultivation, all
first olass prairie land. Ton houses,
barns, sheds, wells and ono noycr
Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400
aores each, and many others cheap
and on easy terms.
Hanging in number of aoroa of 320, 500
12f 0, 1400, 18G6 and 3,000, situatod
n(o r Waco. We can soil special bar
ge ns in houses, lots and business
Bell & Sassaman,
lieal iistbta and Rental Agents, 111
BRYAN OF NEBRASKA FAVORS BOIES
For I'rcalilcnt Tho ll-iubllcnn of New
York Make Heavy GiiIiik mid the Home
of Senator Hill In Amuiic the Loaiici to
by the Democrat.
Washington, March 3. Mr. Brynn
of Nebraska, one of tho leading mem
bers of the ways and means committee,
thinks the west will bo unwilling to ac
cept either Hill or Cleveland as prosd
dential candidates. Cleveland perhaps
is the most popular man in tho United
States, said he, that is, ho has the largest
number of personal followers; some love
him because of his position on tho tariff
only; somo because Of his opposition to
silver, and some probably most, because
ho is honest and has always had the
courage of his convictions. Tho people
ndmiro moral courago in a man, even
though they don't agree with him in his
opinion. A year ago tho nomination of
Mr. Cleveland seemed certain, but the
fight in Now York and tho result of tho
convention there shows ho would with
out doubt lose New York, and his posi
tion on tho silver question makes a gain
in tbo west improbable. It seems that
therefore under tho circumstances bis
nomination would bo unwise.
"Hill i3 a man of superior ability and
has shown great skill an as organizer. He
has complete control of tho party ma'
chiuery in his own state, and besides
many warm friends and admirers scat
tered over tho entiro country. But the
contest botween bis friends and thoso of
Cleveland has been so spirited and so
much bad blood has been stjrred up that
bo is by no means suro of carrying Now
York. Besides tho possibility of deafeat
bore, ho is not strong in tho doubtful
states, which wo must carry. On the
whole his chances aro no better than
thoso of Cleveland. Tho sentiment in
favor of a western man is growing. A
number of names bavo been mentioned,
but I mu of the opinion that Governoi
Boies is tbo mobt available candidate yot
mentioned. Ho has twice been elected
governor of Iowa and could carry tha
btato again. Ho is honest, clean ablo and
fearless, no has mado a most ex
cellent governor; ho is a pronounced
tariff reformer nnd presents his
Views with rcmarkablo force nnd
clearness. Ho is thoroughly Democratic
in hontimont and 60 peifect in accord
with tho party that it would not be
necessary to apologizo for him or ar
range a platform especially for him.
And ho has not been in a position to an
tagonize any element in tho party. He
was born in New York and state prido
might bo of some servico to him there.
Ten states, lying west of Pennsylvania,
north of Kentucky nnd east of Colorado,
in 1880 gave a net Republican majority
of moro than 800,000 nnd over two
thirds of tho members of congress
elected were Republicans. In 1890 of
tho congressmen elected from thoso
btates less than one-half aro Republicans
and more than half of tho states hnd
Democratic governors. It is not worth
whilo to encourago tho western Democ
racy. Nowhero havo tho members of
tho party fought moro manfully or been
more trno to tho principles of Jeffert-on.
Wo have been laboring for years to hold
a fow doubtful states when half the of
fort expended on them would havo mado
tho northwest permanently Democratic.
It is tho natural homo of our party be
cause the peoplo thoro simply ask for
equal rights. Tho dissension among our
eastern friends makes tho time oppor
tune for a western candidate and, as tho
contest stands, it seems Boiso wall uo a
compromiso candidate. Ho could, I be
lieve, carry moro votes in tho eastern
states than any eastern man now in tho
field and in tho west would bo immeas
urably stronger than any. If Boibo is
nominated ho will be elected and if
elected his administration will bo credi
table to tho country and satisfactory to
Now York Itnimbllcuna.
New York, March 3. Charters elec
tions wero held in many cities nnd towns
in this state. Tho returns show largo
Republican gains. In Duchess county
tho last board of supervisors stood,
Democrats 10 Republicans 0. Tho re
turns so far received show tho Republi
cans havo elected 10 and tho Democrats
0, with four towns yot to hear from.
In Elmirn, Senator Hill's homo, not a
Democratic nomineo was olected.
Tho Republicans carried Peokskill,
turning tho Democratio majority of two
in the council into a Republican ma
jority of two.
Norman L Lawsou, Republican was
olected mayor of Newburg, and tho Ro
publicans mado gains in tho council and
board of supervisors.
In Oswego tho Republicans elected tho
first mayor they have had in a long time.
Tho Hill men elected ono alderman, ono
police commissioner and ono school com
missioner. Both factions had full city
tickets in the fiold. Tho common coun
cil stands, five Democrat)-, and threo Re
publicans. Tho Republicans gain threo
in tho board of supervisors.
In Utica tho Republicans upset a
Democratic majority in tho board of
supervisors, nnd for the first timo In a
generation captured tho board of alder
men. Reports from all parti of Ontario
county show lnrgo Republican gains, the
Democrats electing only two out! ot
Tho same story comes from Anlturn
and tho board of suiiervisorB, which! last
year was tied, now stands 23 Republi
cans nnd 0 Democrats, with two towns
yet to elect. j.
At Troy tho Dcmocrnts carried every
thing. Mayor Whelan wns elected by
over 3000 majority, the board of super
visors is Democratic and tho Democrat
will havo moro than two-thirds of tho
mcnVbora of tho common council.
Hilt's Southern Trip.
Washington, March 3. Tho indica
tions nio Scnntor Hill's trip to the south
will assumo greater proportions than
originally supposed by tho promotors.
Invitations from nil parts of tho south
have been coming in, especially from
Nashville, Meridian, Miss., and Mont
gomery, Ala. Ho has already accepted
an invitation to address tho Mississippi
state legislature on the 15th instant, and
to mako another bpeech on St. Patrick's
day, two days later, at Savannah. It
takes over a day to mako tho trip from
Jackson to Savannah and theie will not
bo much time for stops or to mako
speeches on tho road if tho present pro
gramme is adhered to. Tho southern
friends of Hill in congress aio unrhiK
him to change his nrogrannno so ns to
includo stops at all larger cities from
which invitations may conio, and
although tho senator is not likely to an
nounce his determination for a day or
two, they beliovo this kind of a pro
gramme will bo adopted, and tho south
ern trip will bo mado the occasion for a
series of political ovations.
IiiKliuctrrf fur Cli'YcInntl.
PnoviuKNCi:, March 3. Tho Demo
crats met in this citv for tho nomination
of stnto oHieers and for tho selection of
delegates to tho national convention. A
resolution referred to tho platform com-1
mittce, instructed the delegates to tho
national conveniion to voto for Clovelnnd
was received with great applauso.
Tho platform reported to tho convene
tion demands freo raw material, npj
proves tho Springer wool bill, also favors
placing iron, coal and timber on the freo
list, favors repealing tho Sherman com
ago act and opposes tho freo coinage of
silver, except upon an international
agreement. Tho plntform closes with
the resolution of instruceions men
tioned. Nominations for governor being
called for, ex-Lieutenant Governor W.
T. C. Wnrdwell was soleuted on tho firtt
ballot. For lieutenant governor Charles
F. Goimen was nominated.
Wlien Chnrlemngno anil his " Knights ot
tho Hound Tnblo " wero matins war on tbo
Saracctu, in Africa, it frequently happened
that Knights on cither sido would ifglit in
singlo combat for tho honor of their ro
spectivo armies. Tho Baraccns had been,
for many years, tho scourgo tho dreaded
invaders of Europo, und all waged war
against tbLi common enemy.
But in tlicso tlnys tho worst scourgo that
threatens us, is that drciid invador, Con
sitHipJi'oa. Consumption fastens Its hold upon its vic
tlnw wiiilo thev nro nnconbcioui of Ita np
proaeh. Dr. tierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery has cured thousands of cases of this
most fatal of mnladies. But it must bo
taken beforo tho disease U too far advanced
In order to bo cfTectivo. If taken in timo,
and given a fair trial, it will euro, or inonoy
paid for it will bo refunded.
For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short
ness of Breath, Bronchitis, Asthma, Bovero
Coughs, and kindred alTocttons, It U an uno
For nil diseases that nrlso from a torpid
liver nnd impure blood, nothing can tafco tha
placoof Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. Nothing will, after you havo seen what
It docs. It prevents and cure3 by removing
tho cause. It Invigorates tho liver, purines
tho blood, hharpons tho nppotito Improves
digestion, and builds up both Mrength and
fl' ill, when reduced below tho standard of
Bold by druggists, oYcrywbcre.
A Kara ununuo.
If you want a piano or organ of fino
makes now is tho opportunity to buv
one on your own terms and at prices
unheard of. Call on J. B. Pay no
and sec the largest and finest stock of
pianos over brought to central Texas
and hsk terms and prices. This is tho
opportunity of a lifo time and no pru
dent person should neglect it. Take
notioo in timo. There will never bo
suoh a chanco to buy organs or pianos
as cheap or on Buoh terms.
Dockcry and Co , Firo Insurance
Agents Provident Building. BcBt
cempanioB and closo ntion to in
terests of insurers.
Iand Whiskey Hablta
cured at home wliu
outpalu. Look of nor
tlcu'ara sent Flti'K.
'AUut.a. OfflceUHX White; jJliU.
This remedy is blooming so wol
known and so popular as to noed no
special mention. All who havo used
Elootrio Bittors sing tha same song of
praise, A purer niedioino docs not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed Elootrio Bitters will
cure all diseases of tho Liver and
Kidneys will removo Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheum and othor affections caus
od by impure blood. Will drivo Ma.
laria from tho system and prevent as
well as onro all Malarial fevers, For
cure of Headache, Constipation and
Indigestion try Eleotrio Mittors Eu
tire satisfaction guaranteed, or mnno
refunded Price 60 ots.. and 1 00
per bottlo nt W. 13. Morrison & Co.,
To tho Young
Mon'a Reform Club
-Allow me to thank.
y iu for your endorsement of my aots
as jour representative in tho city
council for tho past four vears. I an
preoiato such an endorsement, coming
Irom suob a worthy and intelligent
constituency moro than I can find
words to express. I had mado up my
mind to retire from the oounoil at tho
end of my second term but to refuwo
co strong a call is moro than I oan do.
I will accept, promising for tho futuro
hal I havo tried to do in the past-
to do my duty. Vorv Respectfully,
W. D. Laoy.
Do Yau Know It?
A common cough is the most danger
ous thine; in tho world to neglect; a
slight hacking Uongh is also very dan
gerous, as it always leads to Bronohitis
and Consumption. Don't neglect them.
In felcciing a remedy for Cough,
Colds and Bronohitic, be euro and got
ono that is not full of Opium and one
that will not produce Constipation
Ballard's Horehound Syrup docs not
constipate, remember this. It is por-
feo'ly harmless for children, and it's
tho most soothing and healing Throat
and Lung medicine in the world. It
cures Consumption, Coughs, Colds,
Soro Throat, Asthma, Whoopiug
Cough, Croup, Bronchitis, Hoarseness,
Sore Lungs, tiokling in tho throat and
greatly strongtLons tho Lungs alter
Pneumonia. Sold by H. 0. JRisher
Buy Egan's Blacksmith coal,
Whon you want nice fresh meat
mutton beef, pork and purcrlnrd go to
Mellor & Delaney
125 South Third street.
A Secret of Success.
H. C. Rishor & Co., druggists, bo
Hove that tho secret of success is per
severance Thereforo they persist in
keeping tho finest lino of perfumeries,
toilet artiolep, cosmetics, drugs and
ohomicals on tho market. Thoy espe
cially invite all persons who havo pal
pitation, short breath, weak or hungry
spells, pain in Bide or shoulder, opprcB.
sion, night mare, dry cough, smother
ing, dropsy or heart disease to try Dr.
Miles' unequalcd New Heart Cure,
before it is too lato. It has the larg
est ealo of any Bimilar remedy. Fiuo
book of testimonials free. Dr. Miles'
Rostorativo Nervine is unsurpassed
for sleeplessness, hcadaohe, fits, etc,
and it contains no opiates
In tho mayoVs court tho following
caBcs were disposed of this morning:
Will Whitesides, and Jim Hooves
were fined $1 each for soliciting cus
torn upon tho depot platform: A
Coleman and A. Rosenthal, 15 each
for fighting together; Edgar Ragltnd,
$5, und W. Harrison dismissed upon a
chargo of fighting together.
Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills on
account of their mild action are ei-po-oinlly
adapted for corroding spring
disorders, such as impuro blood, tired
brain and achiDg and worn out body.
They aot promptly on tho Liver and
Kidneys; drivo out all impurities from
tho blood, and malaria from tho sys
tem. Only ono Pill for a Dnso. Try
them this spiing. Bold at 25 ccntsji
box by W. B. Morrison & Co.
LIQUOR g MORPHINE HAPHs.
IJAM, ON Oil ADDKESS
THE KEEL! INSTITUTE Of
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T
Tho now oigar. Nothinc liko it
Boats tho record for flavor.
Tho only ITand Made, Havanna
filled, Fivo Cent Cigar in Waco. Best
ever made Try thorn and you will
smoke no other.
Has como to stuy, Thn Pioneor
Cigar Factory, 020 Austin Street,
Till'. STATE OP TEXAS
Tothe Sheriff or any Constable of Mcl.onnan
Tfou aro liiTeby commanded, to anmtnon by
niHkl g pnklicilicn or ttils cltntlm enen no ch
week lor fo r mccomlvo wool a r or to llio ro
turn Hay hereof In eomono8iiaor jh blltliril
In Mel, n an ooii ty, Toxan.OeoritH Mllmr to
bo ntul apiii'Ar brforo tbo Hornmblo D strict
('out of 'clA'iiniin county, Tiimib. nt Uo next
regular term Hieteo . to bo o it ! the C urt
limine In Hie City of nro, on tlio first Moiulu
In vnrtliA. I) 1 'J . then nml'liero to anewe
tbo I'm ntltl f I'c I ion, nieil in eulti nnbt
(nurtotit olllli dm olFelinirv A. I). 16J1.
ivlierel A Ice Miller In I'lnlntllT, mill O o c
Mlllm In D romlant. Kile No nrnul bclneNo.
.V2t 'lhonntu uof'lio l'lalntlff riloiii mllaru
followK, to wit:
I' nln Iffpcoksn jmlgmont fordlvorcn on tho
croundnoro uol tium tent, and nbnndontnrnt
by dufuiidnnt for hroi years llf-mi Kaii.
ot, and liavoyon then andtherothiH rt,
with your endorsement thereon, allowing how
you have exrcnn d tbo nnmo
- O.VE UmiuiMy Hand nnd Ronl of
) ftidd rourt, nt Ofllcu In tha City of
J-W'jco ibis tho 2.1th 'ny of .Iittumry A,
Jl). 1832. Attkst . V lli:9LKT.
(Mork District lourt,
MdLonnan ( ouiity, Tf -ns.
Til E S FATE OV TEXAS
To Uio Sheriff or any conBtnhloof MclCiman
o unty, (Irei tint;:
Y it ato hereby cnnniaudfd t Riimmou llel
lnn U. I'rohby by inxkliK imlillrntl iiiftliU
citation In winio neviner published In Mo
l.ennnn c unty inco In inch Mirk fi.r tonr sno
cor,lo wieka jirovli us t" return ilny htouf,
tobo nudniiticnr Loloro tho huiio nbl I Islrlct
( urtof Mcbin anion ty, 'leans nttbenott
repulnrtenii thereof tobu held In tbj o urt
house in thu city f"ncoontti Unit oi day
In MMi, V l. l'2 then and there t niiBWer
the iiIalntltT's iio'lll n llleilhi n suit I . salt1
court uii tbo 2mIi day of Jni unry. . I .lVi.
wherein E. I., Ciotby la plnl IllT nud llelln
0 (..rugby ilcfoiiilan
Hlo M r unit helns No ft-l'1,
1 lie n a turn or tho iilnintllf's demand la asfnl-
1 vi, to wit: ii Mia Tor dlv rce fr jm tho
bi'ids i f matrini ny ha ed on tho er in. da of
abnnd nun ut
Herein fill not and have iu then anl'tiera
tlila urt, with y ur ii tit rno'icnt tlien-on,
Showing Lon j u Initio executed tho Bnmo
--- : ijiiuii iii uoi m im ti huh mo font
I,. S. : of Bnltt Conn, ntOIHeo In tlioelty
: : i f Waco iIiIb tho'i thdayi fJanu
nry A. 1) lb!):
tt'eBf 7. V. ItKAsLEn
clork District Court McLennan C only, '-x
THE STATE OI' TEXAS.
To tho Sheriff or nny CoiiBtablo of UnLennan
County Orcet ng:
You aro hereby romiMirded to KLnircn
.7 nt) It bpnrkB b mi kli g l'tihlltntinn of ililB ci
tation In soiiio i oweinir iiubllihtd In AULon
nn c but onco In oob week ft r four (.ncces
elvewieliB pre loiib to rutu n t ny h roft bo
and uiiicu be Com tha ono nil a Dlntr rt I ourt
or Slcl.ei nun ( ount , Texas nt the next regu
lnr term thtreor, to belieUl In tho Court I oiifn,
In thn l Uv ot " nen, on tlie llr t Monday In
Match. A. 1) KM then und them to an .wcr tha
rialntllT'B 1'et tlon lletl nnen'tli ald I ourt
on ho Mth day 1 1 I nttnty A I) IS'JJ. wherein
MnrtlmJ SiarVtt lai'iiilnnH, u. ilJa-.K Bjinrka
1b Defendnnt File No. or suit buinu NO uSIU.
'Ihuiiniuro of tho lMMntlfl'e ileiuuiul n nsfnl
Iowb to-wl ;
Aiultlor dl or co for Bipavatlnt f cm tho
hondB of mntrloony bnecil on the grout d of
cruel anil ubutlyo treatment ilefottloii and fail
Hkiucin F.ilNot, nnd have you i hen and
tin ro ilils W Tit, v Ith joiircndnrsi nient (hereon ,
Bhowlnirhow jotihne exetuted the fnmo.
UIVHN UHOlll J1Y HAND nu
L. 8. : Sen I mill Court, nt Olllio In tho
. City or Waco, Ihla the MUi dny ot
January A. D I 1)2
Attest: V. V IlKAHLET.
Clerk District ( . urt,
Mcl.iiiniin Comity, Toxas.
n()()( Aci'iilM WiniKtl Oululcly
to BUlip y tho I in in n no lie ill nnd To
t or wi.i.i.'is i.iiuoi Mi)itsi:o'v,
not) I'aiiet., itlclily llliiMrated,
A Hlograiihy of tho Wrx'd'e Orentct Olvlno,
by t e Siiirurii l tliiK-tii u. IJewaroof
catcb'pei ny bookn, this In Iho iiiii(liirit
AgeiilB'sucuiiBatitonlehlng Interest lim-iiku
Bend quick 80s Inr cut fit and get tho territory.
Add uh IIIJllJAlil IIICOS.,
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The direct lino to Shrovpor and New Orleans,
to'ipxarkaun, Miinjihls. bt T. nli, the
North at tl K hi, and to all points
in Tex it, Old and New
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no Kaatett Tlrao botwrtn Toxas ano tho
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Double Dally Line of Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars through to if.
Louis iiia tho
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Through Sleeping Cars Between New Or
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