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WACO .DAILY NEWS, MARCH 26 1892.
Opcr ' Buyers
If it were not for sellers you
could not live. Therefore we
must co-operate you help us;
wc help you.
Buy your "next bill of us for ex
pcriment. W. K FINKS & .CO
Merchant : Tailor.
If you want a first class bus
iness or dress suit of fine new
brands of goodsmade in the
highest styleof art with ele
gant trimmings and perfect
workmanship and at reason
able prices, take your orders
to W. A. Scliaffer, the leading
No. 416 1-2 Austin St., Upstairs
Mr. G. A. Lack is the cutter of the
110, S. IthBt neit to Telegraph Ofllco.
Tho iiroptlolor rcspecttUilly Invites tlio miok
ItiR pnli Icto tflvolilmft call ami try 111 flno
new brnnjls of Ulfiw. He hai tho pleasure of
ollcrlng to tho public
The Golden Bell,
the wonder of Five Cent Clears, the bost In the
''vor.d, tojetherwlih other
Super Extra Fine Brands.
Plense giro mnn cal' nnd try my flue clgara.
A TERRIBLE SHOOTING
was going beyond your reaoh and con
trol? They talk.about watered stock
and say it is unjust for the peoplo to
have to pay this and yet it is a well
known fact that Finloy received $10,
000 for eighteen, days' work in the
railroad commission business. Do not
tho people havo to pay those enormous
Is it contrabaud artioles of war or
abandoned lands wo must appoint an
administrator for. I romembor when
wo had no railroads in Texas and
would rido miles. to attend a railroad
meetiog to pledge our faith, our
honor, etc., to got them. Ve havo
got these men to put their money into
these roads for oar benefit
and we havo bad the ben
efit. I know in Crockot it
oost our people 8 to 10 ppr bale to
haul their cotton to Galveston when
we had the benefit of a railroad at
Navasota. After wo got our road the
rate was made $3.75 at onoo and soon
after tho road of its own volition re
duced the rato to $3 25 and I could
-enumerate othor instances. Tho roads
wero built by these peoplo by an agree
mem with us that wo should havo the
benefit and they should bo allowed to
mako a little monoy. We now say to
them they have no rights, wo are
"bound to respoct. Isn't this a oaso of
obtaining money under false pre
tenses? Isn't it a penitentiary crime
to go to a man and take his money
under a protenso of investing it in a
paying enterprise? If yoa had monoy
to invest and in sufficient vnlumo
to build a road," would you
invest it in Texas now
when it would be subject to tho arbi
trary disposition, judgment and dis
cretion of three mon, chosen beoauBo
of thoir avowed hostility to railroads.
No. Then where is the money to
come from? We haven't it in Texas.
Then where will we got it? I bo
lieve if it was not for the Hogg ad
ministration wo would have had 1,000
miles of road under construction this
year whero not a spado is being used
now. Whon you mako war upon
capital you drivo it uway. Threo
roads are now in tho hands of Gov
ernor Hogg; if ho continues in
office othors will bo there. I notice
they don't got out of his hands very
easy. The alien land law, dead it's
true, beoauso it had no caption, was a
fraud. Boforo these laws wore en
acted Texas waB progressing; money
was hero to dovelop it; yon could got
money on good soourity anywhere.
Texas will not rooover from the blow
dealt hor by these infamous laws ,oq
her namo and credit for ten years.
Governor Hogg's administration for
tho past two yearB has done Texas
moro harm than the infamous admin
istration of E. J. Davis, and the ef
fects will not pass away till you do
feat him, and then will uot recover its
oflccts in ten yoars. Tho blaok Friday
of '73, when the crash shook our
finauoial condition to the very foun
dations, in Texas it soarooly p'roduocd
a ripple. This government has be
come so shaped as to be a personal
tihattol in the hands of Qovornor
Hogg, Chilton Bays his dofeat was an
insult to him and the administration I
of Governor Hogg. Tho sovereign
right of tho people to choose is ig
nored, and it is thrown in your teeth
that yon dared to choose. James
Hogg will never bo governor again.
East Texas will join Central,
"West, North and all Texas and
voto solid for Clatk. I know
whereof I spoak. Tho jurors were
polled in my county, and of 300 Hogg
had 3O. Thoy wero from the forks of
tho creek, too. We will oarry Choro-
kee, his native homo. You vo heard
it thundered from tho lied river to
tho gulf If this campaign is proper
ly organizod wo can take Smith coun
ty from Hogg and vote it solid for
( Space will permit tho publication
of only a synopsis of Ool. Nunn's
speech, but what is given aboo will
go abroad throughout Texas and servo
as a reminder that tho csnvass of
Gcorgo Olark is warming up and that
ho has warm and ardent supporters
from the "piney woods" as woll as
from tho "forks of tho oreck" who aro
roady to wage a determine fight for
him and against Hogg to tho very
ramparts of the enemy.
Tho following resolution was
Bo it Resolved. That oaeh raomber
of this olub be invited to contribute
$1 toward the creation of a oampaign
fund with which to condnot tho can
vass of tho Hon. George Clark for
govornor, and that any member Bhall
be permitted to donato as muoh moro
than a dollar as his nartiotism and
purso will permit; be it further,
Resolved, That our treasurer
furnish eaoh momber of the club with
a oopy of tho resolution with requst to
send in his contribution at once.
The meeting then adjourned at 11
And CuttlngScrapo on Third Stroot
Everybody rushing to tho scono and
behold thoro was no blood spilled,
but the prioo of grocorics was sure
out down, 80 the poor cai cat as woll
as tho rich. So every 0110 that wants
to save money are shooting tor 205,
South Thirdstrcet, determined to reap
tho benefit of J. II. Shopo's out
prioes. He is still selling
18 pounds granulated sugar for.$ 1.
Tho best hams in town 10 1-2
Good family flour, sack $1.20
P'gshouldorsper pound 10
Sootoh oats, per paokage, 10
Fine choioo grated P, applos at 25
Fine ohoioe slico grated apples at 15
3 lb California poaohes per 0 20
3 lb pio poaches per c 10
Lion and Arbuoklo ooffeo per lb 22 1-Jl
30 lbs buoket new crop jolly for $1.50
1 qt jar propared mustard 25
2 lb lunoh tongue, por can,.... 25
A fino sugar corn, per can 10
Crushed Java coffee 5 lbs 1.00
Tho best Rio green ooffoe 5 lbs $1.00
To ovory person in Waco it will pay
you to call on J. 11. bhope and look
through his large and nioo stook of
grooorios bofore buying. Remember
his number, 205, South Third stroet.
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but our? p Rices'
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Boj's bost button boot at Hilt's
The Gabert Bros.
It is worth while for any one who
wears clothes to refrain from purchas
ing until he has taken a good look at
tho fine stock of the Gabert Bros.,
11G South Fourth street. Thoy are
tho leading tailors with tho largest
and finest stook of goods ever brought
to Waco. They carry all tho now and
nobby styles of tho spring of '92
with such doversity that no one can
fail in finding goods to suit his own
particular fanoy. When it comes to
cutting and fitting tho Gabert Broth
ers are artists in every senso of the
word with tho most skillful workmon
that can be proonrod. Thoy givo per
fect fits and Bomohow their clothes
have a look about them that only tho
work of artists can produce. Give
thorn a call and look over their big
fino stock bofore ordering a suit and
you will havo no reason to regrot any
ordor you may favor them with.
Tho blaokboard in tho Young Men's
Christian aBsooiation gymnasium
shows tho following J record made by
members of tho aseooiation: Stand
ing high jump G:G by John Sears.
Standing long jump 9:6 by George
OauGeld. Mile run 0:50 by Edgar
Ragland. Mile walk 8:40 by George
Kueblo. This reoord has been
standing for some timo as no one has
been ablo to beat it.
Seo Hilt & Co's., $2.50 ladies shoe.
Tho Maooabees havo secured the
services of Prof. Arthur Love and his
musical family for their entertainment
at tho city hall next Friday night.
There will be no admission fee.
Hilt & Co's., now store Hi Austin.
Jf You Want
A nice pleasant place to spend an
hour take in the "Provident An
nex." Fine airy rooms, hand
somely decorated. Best of fine
drinka, lunch all day long. Satur
day nights Gland Free Lunch.
All sorts of games and recreations
and atheletio sports and free
The Voting Contest Will Soon Close.
The contest for tho honor of Chris
tening the new warship will end in a
fow days and the frionds of the load
ing candidates aro watching closely.
All votes intondod for Waoo's Candi
date should bo deposited at Tiik
Evening News ofiioo, which is the
authorized agent of the Galveston
Tribune Tho votos are telographod
to Galveston every day.
Marriage license were issued on the
19th to Mr. Dock Gains and Miss
Bettie Peterson. They were returned
this morning unexecuted with the
statement from the disappointed
young man that she backed out.
Mr. Oullen E. Thomas, oditor of the
Central Texan, loft on the noon train
today for Eddy, where ho goes to do
liver an address beforo tho oounty
teaoher's institute, and will return to
morrow. 11 , 1
The Pastors Union will moot at tho
rooms of the Young Men's Christian
Association Monday morning, Maroh
28, at 10 o'clock. All members will
ploase bo present promptly.
II. A Bourland, President.
Christian Ohuroii Eleventh and
Washington, F. N. Calvin, pastor.
Sunday sohool 9:30 a. m., W. S.
Blaokshear, superintendent; Lord's
supper 11 a. m.; preaching 11:30 a.
m., "Tho Ultimate Object of Christ's
Coming to Earth;" 7:45 p. m., "Do
Wo Beliovo in a Chango of Hoart?"
There will bo a union meeting of the
Christian Endeavor societies of Waoo
at tho Christian church at i p. m. A
good programme is prepared, and all
interested in Endeavor work are invited.
414 Franklin Street.
t rnuuvs !&-
It isn't done
by othere that's why the guarantee
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
should command attention. It's a
fuaranteo that means something,
f tho medicino doesn't givo satis
faction, in every case for which it's
recommended, tho money is prompt
ly refunded. Remarkablo terms
but it's a remarkablo medicine. All
tho functional irregularities and
weaknesses peculiar to womankind
aro cured by it. .For leucorrhea,
periodical pains, weak back, prolap
sus and other displacements, bearing
down sensations, and all "female
complaints,'' it's an unfailing rem
edy. It is a powerful, rcstora
tivo tonio and nervine, imparting
strength and vigor to tho whole
Try it, if you're an ailing woman.
If it doesn't help you, you havo
your money back.
As a regulator and promoter of
functional action, at that critical
period of chango from girlhood to
womanhood, " Favorite Prescrip
tion " is a perfectly safo remedial
agent, and can produce only good
TO BEHOLD !
Our Immense Half-Acre
Store Filled "With
Richer in Design,
Finer in Finish,
Better in Quality,
liower in Price
tb.an ever before
We have new goods arriving daily; every week brings
us something new to show, and every day finds us better
prepared to supply the wants of our patrons. We have
never before been able to show such Real, Wonderful, Live
LOW PRICED FURNITURE
as this season's splendid stock has brought us.
OUR NEW LINE OF CHEVAL BED ROOM SUITS
is now ready for inspection. This line is strong in every
point and you will find it difficult to duplicate our values in
PLAIN FIGURE OFFERINGS:
Antique Finish Ceval Bedroom Suits..". $ 20.00
" - 23.50
XVI Century Finish Gheval Bedroom Suits 27.50
Antique Oak " ,( "' 28.50
" " " " 30.00
" " " " " 35.00
" " " ' " 40.00
" " " " 45.00
" " " " v " " 50.00
Our $25 suits are well finished, stylish and reliable, and you
could scarcely wish to find a nicer suit than our $45 and
We desere to announce the arrival of our great car shipment
of the Celebrated
GOSHEN COMBINATION FOLDING BED,.
Entirely new.the most convenient and easiest-working Fold
ing Bed manufactured. The Goshen is a. great improve
ment over the old style upright bed and supplies a long
needed convenience for the spare bedroom. You cannot
afford to buy a folding bed until you have carefully examined
our stock', for in assortment, style, quality and price, we are
decidedly in the lead.
See our Solid Oak Upright Folding Bed $40.
We have just received a very large shipment of those
goods and you will find that we are showing Entirely New
Styles and quoting the Lowest Possible Prices. Our Facil
ties are the Best, why shouldn't we quote the lowest prices?
Remember our location: Sixth and Jackson Streets.
WAGO FURNITURE COMPANY,
R. A. Caruthers, Manager.