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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 26 1892.
W. H. WILKEB, M D
Residence 120 N 9 t
Resldcnco all) N 12 St.
DRS WILKIS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
H001IS IN FIOVlDKr.Tll.lI.lUNG.
Slsto at Old Corner Drug Store. Tclepnone
nt OOlce and Residences,
R. T- DENNIS & BRO.
L .. . iD
FUKEttAL DIRECTORS EHBALUEKS
a 18 Austin Avenue.
waco, : : : tkxas.
Duty ' blocks smith afSlo
l'nclfle n. 11
S&- F IBSTCLA SS. -a
Terms reasonable. Commercial
Travel especially solicited.
Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick.
JOHN II. JERGINS,
Leave orders with 0. H. Rosonthal
No. S07 Austin avenue.
Good beds and best of faro. Rates
$1.00 per day. Meals 25 oents, 120
Second stroot, next door to the court
Rules and Regulations at the Park
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. olosod on
Sunday night. Pool reserved for
ladies oxchiBively Wednesday evening
2 to 5:30; Saturday morning a to 12,
Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and
gentlemen, pool party, tub, needle, and
vapor baths at all hours for pationts
and others. Experienced male and
fcmalo attendants day and night.
Tom Padgitt, Proprietor.
J. B. CliEbKUT, Manager.
Tho best restaurant in town, Joe
Lohman's, No. 117 South Fourth
Sleeper, Clifton & Co., Ladies' Ox
ford Ties 2
Ladies Oxford Tios $2.50, Ladies Ox
ford Tics $3.
Joe Lohman's for
ioo oroam and
The onl cheap lots offered in Waco
for tho last fivo years aro thoso now
on the market in the Kirkpatrick Ad
dition, East Waoo. These lots are
being sold for one-half thoir real val
ue, making a ohanco to seouro a de
sirable home such as will never occur
These lots Ho high and dry. They
overlook a large portion of tho oity
and havo porfcrt drainage. They lie
in tho healthiest part of tho city, catoh
ing tho puro breezes from tho prairie
untainted by passago over any part of
These lots havo tho finest soil, a
rich sandy loam, adrairablo for gar
dens, and .aro underlaid with puro
water in inexhaustible quantities at a
depth of fifteon and sixteen foot,
which oan bo usod for irrigation.
Theso lots are closer to tho contor
of the oitv than anv other addition,
and at tho same distance lots are sell
ing for three and flvo times tho prioo
sked for theso. Thero is millions in
it for persons of small means. Call on
Mrs. or P. G. Kirkpatriok, southwest
corner Eighth and Clay street.
All parties desirinc plats of tho
kirkpatriok addition oan obtain them
WINDOW - SHADES
Are Not as High as They Used
To he uv a Long Shot.
We have opened this week a large
shipment of all grades of
Holland and Opaques
On best Spring Rollers, at follow
ing prices :
Plain Hollands, assorted colors, 6
feet long a job at 25 cents.
Plain Hollands, 7 feet long, 35 c.
Plain Hollands, 8 feet long, 40c.
Opaques with nice designs:
Opaques, 6 feet, at 45c.
Opaques, 7 feet, at 50c.
Opaques, 8 feet, at 55 c.
Oil Opaques in handsome designs'.
Oil Opaques, 6 feet, at 55c.
Oil Opaques, 7 feet, at 60c.
Oil Opaques. 8 feet; at 65c.
Curtain Poles, Complete, 25c.
Get what you want soon, as the
lot will not last always.
ONE PRICE ! SPOT CASH !
H. B. Mistrot & Co,
Eighth and Austin.
they can be
rjmsin weak whea
made strong 1
Everyone should know that the entire
human atructme is conbtantly being torn
down anil rebuilt, the same as in the
veectablo worlil the trues shed their leave
ami again put forth new shoots. Now,
when the blood becomes loo weak to carry
to the kidneys mid liver tins dead tissu
that should be removed, the whole system
becomes enervated and a distressed feeling
of weakness and unnatural fatigue follows.
One feels half dead, so to speak, and liter
ally is half dead, the old tissue clinging in
DO YOU FEEL
particles throughout the system, prevent
ing the forming of new tissue and th
awakening of new life. At tuch times a
medicino that will enliven tho blood, re
move its sluggishness. Ml it with red cor
puscles, and strengthen It, is necessary.
There is only one such medicine and that
U Dr. John Hull's Sarsaparilla. Its action
on the blood is like tho efl'ect of cream on
coffee, it mnkfj it good. Do you want to feel
thexubeianct)o"f perfect health? Doyou
want to feel strong and full of life in every
part? Do you want to increase your self
control and be a perfect man or perfect
woman, fiee from the unnatural tenden
cies of wasting and debilitating diseases?
Then use Dr, Hull's Sarsaparilla. It will
make you feel new and full of stiength.
T. D. Hurrows, Covington, Ivy., writes
"I would now be In my crave had I not
used Dr. Hull's Snruiparilla. I was pale,
Ustloss, and to weak that I spent more tbaa
rnv time lying In bed. My memory
was baa. 1 COUIU uoi concemruie iny uuuc
' - . . r. . .- ,:.
Id not concentrate my mina
on business or anything. My nights wcr
restless, and my dieums unnaturally vivid.
I lost flosh, and 6oemed to bo wabllug away.
I heard Bull's
Barsaparllla was a good strengthening rued
Mn unit in rave It a trial. It bos mad
Jlfeaeem dllTurent to me, and filled m with
activity, bopo and determination, whllemjr
bealtn 18 nil 1 couiu umiu.--
Mrs. Luoy Bedel. Lawrenceburg, InQu
writes: "I was weak and nervous, weighed
only eighty-six pounar, iook iwinw
battles of Dr. Hull's fearuparllla, ana
six poundr, took twonty-thre
irs earispariiiu, ana grow
I now weigh 117 pounds."
strong and fat.
'If you lovo your child, look after 1U
Bull's Worm Destroyers. They never di
ire by occasionally giving It Dr. Je-b
harm and will keep ll well
aarBralth'sTonloSynip cures chills an
fever after quinine has failed
It Is plu
ant to take, and never fall to cur,
rourseii a wrona iu
ether chill medlcin.
use quinine or any
John D. PAB.K & Sokb, H7 oUtale Affenl
174, 177 and 179 Sycamore St., ClnolnnaU, ft
and ranches in all
parts of tho stato
for sale by Kellnm & Lawson, tho
leading roal estate dealers, lid bouth
' Fourth streot,
PAT CLEBURNE CAMP.
NAMES Ot Till: IIUAI) CIMIKAUES
IUltlKIt IN WACO.
(rent I'ropnrrtlioii I'or Decoration
Duy-A l'looit ;o( I'loivcrt iv III bo
Showered on tlio '.II ill lowed
Confederate Decoration day takes
place in Waco under tho auspices of
Pat Cleburn Camp on May tho 3d.
It is desirable on the part of the Camp
to looato tho graves of both the Con
federate and Federal dead buried iu
Waco, as they willdooorato tho graves
of both. The following is a list of
both, so far as the committees have
been able to ascertain. Tho friends
of tho dead are requested to report to
Adjutant W. 0. Cooper, 211 Archer
street, East Waco, any inaccuracies
in the list and to furnish him with tho
names of any which may havo been
omitted. All the graves named in
tho list have been loeated except the
list headed, "Graves not located in
First Street cemetery." FriendB who
can do so, will confer a favor by giv
ing the adjutant information that will
enable the Camp's committees to lo
cate tho unlocated graves of both
Confederates and Federals.
The following aro tho liBts:
BURIED IN OAKWOOD.
Gen J W Speight, Eufus C Majors.
A J Pierce, Simon B Trice J W
Orand, John II Cox, Captain Jacquez,
Geo Motz, C L Kirkpatriok, J B
Pogue, B F Richley, Judge F H
Sleeper, John Haralson, W C Mo
Gahey.J H McGahoy,Col J D Strothor,
Donaldson Huff, Dr, J S Oarrington,
H T McClarty, William A Fort,
Rufus Heathersley, J H Farmer, A M
Whitesides, James C Shelton, A G
Treadwell, O T Downs, T L Downs,
F 0 Downs, D C McGown, E A Luns-
ford, Dr James Culbertson, Robert W
Yates, William Sinclair, J O Bailey,
W S Byles, F N Makeig, Col Win A
Taylor, C H Sleeper, Albert Chal
mers, William Boyd, Captain Edmund
Kor, J W Oliver, W G Mobloy, D S
Wood, William Robinson F C Robin
son, J L Stewart Major George B
Erath, John ft Sultz, John H Bskor,
J C Jenkins, S A Killough, John II
Robinson, Prof A Boggcts.
HURIED IN FIRST STREET CEJIETERY.
Capt T J Selman, L L Homo, J B
Majors, J C Blocker, G W Chenault,
R M Jones, J F Davis, J A Hobbs,
A B Williams, T P Sayers, John P
Sayers, Capt A Eastland, F H Hooks,
Dr W P Gunnell; L N Casseday, Bov
Howel Taylor, J H Gurley, John B
Erl, DrRiohard Harrison, Gen Jas E
Harrison, Jas E Harrison Jr, Thos
Oakes, Burrel J Blankenship, J B
Ewell, Dr Turner Stooking, Marshall
Johnson, H Freeman, Dr L Cornish, J
P Hancock, R B Willson, R Jones,
Colonel J M Norris, Robert H Thorn
ason, James Cannon, Martin Walker,
Win L Home, Thos Arnold, E H
Hardin, Commodoro Young, Mack
Jcmison, Dr J P Houston, J R Sparks,
W P Smith, W A Rucker, F M. Har
ris, W B Ish, John A Winn, R C
Ilollifiold, R W Lemons, Jabez John
son, Rev Harvey Riohcy, Martin,
John A Hough, Perry, E T
Henry, Thos D Leonard, Layton F
Puckett, Dr L D Howo, J Monroe, J
E Sears, A G Eastman, James Cook,
Johu Moran, J P Butler, Joseph Les
tor, Frank Graham, B D Robinson, N
A MoPhaul, L J Granbcrry, H T Ins
kip, W C McBioom, John Aerl, JR
Treadwell, Capt T T Tucker, Major
Theodore Johnson. Buchanan,
W D Bedell, J A Snowdon, Crow-
der, Wm P S Majors, J P Clements,
Dr A M Clingman, Grimes Brothers,
W D II Baird, R Cook, Josoph B
Williams, Mat B Williams, John C
Watson, Dr Van Jones, J 0 Lake, W
P Lane, Captain Johnstono, Capt J
M Smith, Dr F W Buok, M Hood,
Miles Jennings, John J BlankenBhip,
F Sills, Close, Pardo, H C Lazcnby,
Wm Warren, Geo II Dutton, Robt B
Smith. Dick Green, P E Carter, F
Adams, Frank Brown, W P Dawson,
Regfnald C Davie, M T Lane, J W
Rhea, W A MoAlpine, E P Norwood,
Geo Pinkston, W A Rucker, Tip
Stone, Gen Thos Harrison, Goo T
Coates, Frank M Dunklin, O N Alex
ander, I P Smith, J L Luniford.
EAST WACO CEMETERY.
Dock Pippin, J Battlo, Bandy Mun
roo, James Garrison, Alf Noil, Wm
Fowler, J T Powers, John T Beal, T
J Nalley, John TomlinBon, M L
Wrighkt, F Adams, Rov J E Pulliam,
James Purvis. R A Dyor, James Pat:
torson, A J Buohanan, John MoBride,
G W Clayton, Lewis Oagle,tfred, Ax
ling, L Branch.
Major P H Aveiho, H C Coonoy.
GRAVES NOT LOCATED AT 1'IUBT STREET
John Moran, Major Holtman, R H
Thomafon, William Warren.
Connor, J J Tuckpr.
LIST Ol' THE FEDERAL DEAD.
E D Conger, Capt ChaB M Harvey,
Dr A C Swartzweld"r, J L Gaston,
Dr Fountain Jones, Thos Scott, Dook
Smith, J II Tumor, Thos Murray, Dr
T M Harvey, Wemor Strieker.
Tho list will bo published again if
any corrections or omissions are re-
poriea to tno aajutant. 'JLhe camp
desires to obtain and keep bb completo
u record of our deceased comrades as
is possible, as well as a oomploto rec
ord of tho Federal dead.
BASE BALL MEETING.
Made Three New Signers.
The Lone Star Base Ball club hold
an important meeting last night at
their rooms at tho Mitchell houso and
several changes which it is thought
will bo beneficial were made
Georgo Darrah. the second baseman
resigned his position as fiold captain
and the place was filled by Aroh
Thomas. A better selection could
not havo been made and the club may
look for offioient servico from Arch.
B. Spencer, Bob Hughston and
Charlie Shaffer tendered thoir resig
nations from membership in tho olub
whioh were accepted and their places
at onoc filled by Tom Robc, James
Watson and Taokaberry, whioh
makes tho team much stronger than it
has ever boon. Tho resignation of
the three above named men will ne
cessitate somo changes in tho posi
tions of the other players, which is
not yet deoided upon, but it iB thought
that Roso will hold down third base.
Ho is however, a good all around
player being an oxceptionaly power
ful batter and more than avorago
Tackaberry will be remembered as
the tall shortstop who played so ad
mirably with the Fort Worth club
last Sunday, whose beautiful short
stops, accurate and swift throwing and
expert base running was the subjeot
of remark of all who witnessed tho
Tho boys have agreed to practice
thoroughly every day and somo good
playing may bo looked for in the near
The meeting altogether was strictly
a business ono and conducted with an
oye single to the best interests of tho
club, regardless of personal feelings.
The boys meant business and did it
in good shape.
' WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.'
They are blind who will
not try a box of
for the disorders which
grow out ol liuimlrcil S
JH ire M I in. Pop h d
AWuk M.imiich. Cm. V
I.ltcr. Melt Hfi.il-5
ticliu. or liny Iilll.mil v
Xi'rvmii iiiii.ii-.iik, they tako the J
I place of an entire medi, ine chest.
COVERED WITH A TASTEtESS AND
Of all dniffpisu. Trice 2S centia box.
New York Depot, 165 Canal St.
Falling off a Precipice
is a terrible thing even in dreams. Tho
victim of this frequent form of night
mare awakes with a start and a cry;
his limbs bathed in oold perspiration,
his hoart thumping tremulously.
Moral: Don't sleep on your back,
particularly if you aro troubled with
dyspepsia and nervousness, and use
Ilostettor's Stomaoh Bitters to euro
theso joint troublos. For sleepless
ness, the inseparable attendant of
ohronio dyspopsia, and its offspring as
well the Bitters is a surpassing reme
dy. Tho disordered stomaoh is the
progenitor of numberless harassing
symptoms, and tho organs of thinking
is a faithful reflector ol its disturb
ance, in which tho liver and bowols
also sharo. If wo aro to restoro quie
tude to tho brain and nervous system,
wo must rcinforoo tho stomaoh and
rcgulato the action of the digestive,
secretive and evaouative organB.
Provent and remedy malaria, inac
tivity of tho kidnoys and bladder, de
bility, heartburn, sickheadaohos and la
grippe with this remody, which has
rcooivod tho unqualified sanction of
Thero are many good fivo cent
cigars on the market but nono that
will compare with the genuine
"Spanish Leaf." Warrented freo
from drugs. Sold by Ray Napior,
t Hotel Royal cigar stand.
i II i Ae
Whoever wants soft
hands, smooth hands, white
hands, or a clear complex
ion, he and she can have
both; that is, if the skin is
naturally transparent; un
less occupation prevents.
The color you want to
avoid comes probably nei
ther of nature or work, but
Either you do not wash
effectually, or you wash too
effectually; you do not get
the skin open and clean, or
you hurt it.
Remedy. Use Pears'
Soap, no matter how much;
but a little is enough if you
use it often.
All sorts of stores sell it, especially
druggists ; all sorts of people use it.
THE ODD FELLOWS EXCURSION.
Train Loaded Down With a
At S o'clock this morning tho Odd
Fellows' special train pu'led out for
Corsicana loaded down with a merry
crowd. The Odd Fellows were out in
full force in regalia, and were headed
by the GeyBer City band. Tho occa
sion was a picnic at Corsicana, cole-
brating tho seventy-seventh anniver
sary of the founding of tho order ol Udd
Fellows. Thero were about 250 people
on the train, of which number about
half were ladies.
Notice to Contractors.
Scaled proposals will bo received at
tho oilico of city secretary, to bo
opened at ',) u'olook p. in. April 28,
18o2, at tho oity hall, Waco, Texas,
by the mayor and street oommittoo,
for furnishing all material and labor,
and constructing, approximately 9700
ltnael feet of 10 inch double strength
sanitary sower, with all junctions and
special connections, in Third and
Fourth wards; plans, profiles and
specifications on lilo at oity engineer's
office; a certified chock for $500 paya
bio to tho mayor of Waco must aocom
pany caoh bid. The right to reject
any or all bids, is reserved by tho oity
couucll of the oity of Waco, Texas,
C. C. McCum.ooh, Mayor.
Toney Jones, City Soorctary.
April 13, 1892.
Thero aro tailors and tailors, somo
aro good, somo (indifferent and somo
bad, but Lack & Greonberg in thoir
now place, 41 4 Austin street must
bo classed among tho good ones,
Thoy aro first class skillful outtors,
fino workmen and careful and pains
taking in their work. They mako
perfoot fits and do tho very finest
work to be had. Although but ro
oontly started, work ia flowing in on
them from peoplo who know tho ex
cellent fits thuy givo and tho work
they do. They oarry a fiuo lino of
stylish goods and samples' and oan
got up nobby suitB in short order.
Give them a call and order and you
aro sure to bo well dressed and well
Buohlnn'a Arnica Halve.
The best salvo In tho world for oats,
bruises, soroB, ulcers, unit rhouui, fo
ver soros, tetter, chapped bnnd, chll
blalns, corns uui all skin eruptions,
and positively sures piles, or no pay
required. It in guaranteed to give
satlBfaotion or "jioney refnndod. Price
25 conts a box. Pur sale by W. B
Morrison dr flo.
Joe Lohman Is tho most popular res
taurant man in Texas. His plaoo
1 17 South Fourth stroot.
Moneyl MonoyJ! MonoyJ!
Money loaned on farms, ranohos and
improved city property,
R. M. Chamueiclin & Son.
109 S. Fifth street.
Hcroons ! Screens 1 1 Screens ! 1 1
Call at McKennon Brothers for
prices on screens for your house. En
quiro of your neighbor about our
work. We will give you figures on
any quality of screens.
Branch Office Dallas Screen Co.