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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 24 1892.
Hcatdcnco :i( 0 N 12 St..
DRS WILKLS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
1IOOMS lr l'l OV1IM.J.T IU.1NG.
Slsto i Old Corner Drug Store. Telcpnone
nt Olllco nnil Itcsltlencca.
E. T- DENNIS & BRO.
HIS A tif. I In Avnitiui.
waco, : : : texas.
JOHN II. JEKGINS,
Lonvo orders with C. H, Rosenthal
No. 807 Justin uvouuo.
SGREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS
Drop a card tojno. M. Nichols, 203
Sherman St., or leave orders
at Hani son & Co's.
No. 423 Franklin Street.
Rules and. Regulations at the Parle
Open G a. m. to 10 p. m- Saturday
night until 1SJ o'clock. Pool reserved
for ladies and children exclusively
only 9 to 12 o'clock Saturday Tub
ncedlo and vapor baths at all hours for
patients and others. Experienced male
and female attendants dwy and night.
J. B. Chebtnut Proprietor.
Fishing taokle of ovory description
with a full stock of huntors supplies
H. E. A tBOLDB.
Pure and whito lara at D cents
por pound in ten gallon cans at Cnir
pen's, oornor Fifth and Franklin.
A Mother's Mistake.
Mothers frequently make a mistake
in neglecting the cough of a child. A
Fort "Wayne, Ind , lady writes: My
liltlo daughter G-j ears old had a severe
cough but as it was nothing unusual I
thought nothing of it, and allowed it
to run on for 4 or 6 weeks, when it
became so obstinato she began losing
flesh. 1 called in a physician who
troated her three weeks without bene
fit. A neighbor insisted upon my try
ing Ballard's Horehound Syrup; it re
lieved her from the first dese and she
began gaining flesh rapidly, when we
had used two bottles her cough had
ontirely disappeared. I would not bo
without it. It does not constipate my
children. Ballard's Horehound Syrup
in fmn from Oniates. It's the most
soothing throat and lung medioino in
the world. Prico 50o. and $1.00. Sold
by H. 0. llisher.
Tho groat bankrupt stook of D.
Domnon & Bro , is being auctionod
off day and night. Unpatallelled bar
Extras for Buggies.
Uarriago and buggy tops, carriage
and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, cush
ions, 'izy baoks, springs, 5th wheols,
shaft shaokleB, prop nutB, prop
joints, ootB, storm aprons, shaft tip9
single t -ees, shafts in pairs or odd,
polos, breast yokes,polo circles, dashes,
dash raiis, seat handles, etc, cart
wheols and springs, at
T. P. Sparks & Son'b.
If our first price is too high then
ask for a lower one, wo manufacture
all grades of work.
DALLA8 SCREEN Co.
If. 1!. WII.KK8, M D
t2Zxr--" . - ir mvss
VJ -- - -m --" jciai;- . i
'jrji iiiiiu i.im .i. l'.jji . ,rm , '.'.itr?--
FOR 3 DAYS ONLY
Th orsday, Friday Saturday
XJklE need the room these
goods occupy, and have de
termined to close
and discontinue the
have made PRICES to clean
up the stock on short order.
THE LOTS ARE SMALL
and will not last long.
ODDS and ENDS of
Goods, worth from 75c. to
$1.25, in broken sizes,
CHOICE, 25 CTS.
H. B. listrot k Co.
Corner Eighth and Austin Sts.
Having recently purchased the larg
est as well as the finest photographic
lens in the state, am ablu to make
negatives, 17x20, as a likeness, truth
ful as the embodiment of nature; ar
tistic in lighting and graceful in pose;
a beauty and a joy forever. Call on
W. D Jackson, the old reliable
photographer, and see specimens.
Spend an hour if not a dime. A large
assortment of mouldings and frames
112 North Fifth street.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All vho have used
Electric Bitters sing the same song of
praise. A purer medicine does not
exist and jt is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed. Electric Bitters will
cure all diseases of tho Liver and
Kidneys, will romovc Pimples, Boils,
Salt Itheum and other affections
caused by impure blood. Will drive
Malaria from tho system and prevent
as well as euro all Malarial fevers.
For cure of Headaohe, Constipation
and Indigestion try Elootrio Bitters
Entire satisfaction guaiantced, or
monoy rofundod. Prioo 50 cts. and
$1.00 per bottle at W. B. Morrison
& Co., drug store.
A Sure Cure for Plies.
Itching Piles are known by mois
ture like perspiration, causing iutonse
itohing when warm. This form as
well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud
ing, yield at onco to Dr. Bosanko's
Pile Remedy, which aots directly on
paits effected, absorbs tumors, allays
itching and effeots a permanent euro.
50 cts. Druggists or mail Circulars
free. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B.
Morrison & Co.
Drs. Wilkes & Wilkos and Dr. J.
R, Forroll have fitted up a Buito of
rooms in tho new Provident building,
second floor, where thoy may bo found
in futuro. Telephone at ottioo ana
residences. Slates at Old Cornor Drug
The neatest, ice cream parlor in the
city is Joe Lehman's, Fourth street.
ANOTHER LIE NAILED.
iti:i'Ki:.si:.vi'ATivn i, . it o him:
iUIJN IIAVi: A WCMID TO.NAY-
IiiiIro UliirlON Position on ilio Fol
low Sorvimni Illll -The M-inicr-oun
Circular IMm illiu tcil Over llio
Krom Houston Hernia, JUy2l6t.
For soino days past a slanderous
circular charging Judge Georgo Clark
with opposing the passage ot ttio fel
low servant's bill, has been secretly,
but industriously distributed through
out the city. It was not published in
any of tho public prints of the city
and only through persistent effort
was the Herald ablo to procure a copy
Knowing that Mr. J. E. McComb
was familiar with the ficts regarding
Judge Clark's connection with tho
paseugo of that bill, u reporter for tho
Herald was detailed to intorview that
gentleman and securo from him a
trutfful statement. Upon his atten
tion being called to tho matter Mr.
McComb said the oharge that Georgo
Clark had opposed tho passage of the
fellow servants' bill was a oampaign
mistake and apolitical blunder on the
part of the friends of Governor Hogg;
that he (McComb) and Colonel Ford
were in Austin when this bill was
ponding. Tho farmers and railroad
employes continued Mr. MoOomb,
To the origtnal bill as was also
Senator Lubbock, as being entirely
too sweeping in its application to all
corporations and co-laborers. Mr.
McComb had a conference with
Messrs. Higgs and Schoff and others
who as representatives of labor orga
nizations were working for tho pas
sago of a railroad fellows tervant bill.
They desired that the bill should ap
ply to railroad corporuiuns only if it
could bo so drawn and not be class
legislation. Without this they feared
itB defeat. Mr. McComb prepared
tho bill jusr as it passed after first
having a conversation with Jodgo
Clark in regard to it. In course of
this comersation he asked him (Clark)
if it would be class legislation and
unconstitutional if made to apply to
railroads only. Judgo Clark replied
that it would not and referred Mr.
McComb to the United Statesjsupremo
court decision upon that question,
which held that such legislation
was not class legislation. Mr. Mc
Comb so informed Mr. Schoff and
referred him to JuJge Sawnie Hob
ortson who was also in Austin.
This decision to which Judge
Clark referred McComb, settled tho
question in the minds of those who
doubted, and the bill passed without
opposition. Thus, it is that Judgo
Clark not only did not oppose tho
bill but aided materially in removing
all obstaclos to its passage. The idea
that Judge Clark opposed tho fellow
servant's bill which passed existed
only in tho imagination of political
Tho effort to make political capital
out of this piece of perverted imagina
tion shows to what extremes partisans
of Hogg are drivon, and shows that
Clark is tho laborer's fiiend in a way
that would doubtless not have beon
mentioned but for this unjust chargo
for Clark is not posing as a dema
gogue. R. M. Higgs of Fort Worth
and C. W. Shoff of San Antonio, rep
resented the order of Railway Conduc
tors; were in AuUin lobbying for the
passage of the fellow servants' bill,
and had tho measure in charge
They will substantiate every word of
tho above Mr. Shoff was on the
Aransas Pass and went out on tho
strike. Ho stuck to the last and lost
his place, but is honestly supporting
Mr. Higgs writes:
Austin, Tex., May 17, 18o2.
"Hon. J. E. MoComb Dear sir:
You arc correct. I was ono of the
oommittee representing tho Order of
Railway conductors in Texas, attend-
MK the tirst session 01 tno zm legis
lature for thu purposo of securing tho
passage of what is known as Wilson's
fellow servant bill. As a member of
such committee I gavo tho matter my
undivided attention until it passed
both houscB of tho legislature. It is
not true that Judge Clark opposed
tho passage of that bill or that he
did anything whatever to defeat its
paBsago. I was on tho ground and
made it mv business to ascertain his
attitude toward that
correctly stated his
that bill. I am sir,
Dill anu 1 navo
11. M. UIQGS.
Judge Clark writes:
Waco, May 7, 1892.
Hon. J. E. McComb, Honston.Texae.
Deau Sir Yours of May 5 th re
ceived. If anyone is reporting that I
opposed the passage of the fellow
(servants bill the report is false. I re-
ter you to K. M Higgs of Fort Worth,
Texas, who was one of tho railroad
employes sent by tho fraternities to
Austin to lobby through this and oth
er bills for the protection of laboring
men. Mr, Higgs conferred freely with
me touching the passage of this bill
and knows 1 did not oppose it. You
will doubtless remember that you and
I had a conversation about it, you
were favoring it and I referred you to
the supreme court decision which held
that such legislation was not class leg
islation and not unconstitutional
Yonrs very truly. Geoiige Clauk.
Mr. C. W. Shoff writes :
Sax Antonio, May 16, 1892.
Hon.. I. E. AloComb. Houston, Tcxa.
Dear SiRYours of May 12. re
ceived reply to same has been delav-
ed awaiting a communication from N.
ll. Worley, vice president of Hogg
and commission club On receipt of
this I will communicate with you giv
ing you all facts requested in yours of
above date together with any addition
al information that I may be able to
obtain which I des're that you in any
way for the benefit of the Clark cause.
If the railroad employes of Houston
will note the appointed committee for
Clark's San Antonio reception they
will find at the head of the same a
great manv of their fellow employes.
1 his plainly indicates that George
Clark is their friend and so recognized
in thii part of the state where ho is
well known. If railroad employes
through the state will give the matter
closo attention and study it I do not
see how any railroad employe can
conscientiously work for the interests
.of Hogg. Yours truly,
C. W. Shoff.
So-another is added to the long list
of misrepresentations by Gov. Hogs
and his cohorts, which have been
nailed to the cross by the friends of
truth and good government.
THE BIG SEWER.
It Will be Over Two Miles Long
With Several Miles or Laterals.
Yesterday morning Contractor A.
Ockander put a force of fifty hands at
work excavating for tho big sower
which is to run from the intersection
of First and Jones up the latter
street and Us continuation Dutton
to Sixteenth and then up that fltreet
to Austin Avenue. Tho work will be
pushed as rapidly as possible and
more hands will be added to tho force
s often as possible. Tho main sower
" II bj sixteen inches in diameter and
will be over two miles in length.
There will be a large number of late
rals varviuc in length from a few
hundred feet to half a mile. This is
one of tho most extensive additions to
the sewerage system for years and is
very important having been
needed for a long while.
Beo our apodal clothing window of
fcl5 suits this week. J. Hnnsol Wood,
Shoo and Clothing: company.
Soo our special window of shirts nt
11.45 tills week. J. Hansol Wood, Shoe
and Clothing company.
SooourBpeolal window of neokwoar,
hosiery and auspouders at 25 con ta this
wook. J. Hansol Wood, Shoo and
Clothing company, 121 and 123 South
Dr. Gunn's Improved Livor Pills on
account of their mild action aro espe
cially adapted for corroding spring
disorders, such as impuro blood, tired
brain and aching and worn out body
Thoy act promptly on tho Liver and
Kidneys; drivo out all impurities from
tho blood, and malaria from tho sys
tem. Only ono Pill for a Dobo. Try
tbcm this spring. Sold at 25 cents a
box by W. B. Morrison & Co.
Call at Joe Lehman's when you are
hungry. Orders for anything in the
ma" promptly nueci
Diam nds, vatches, jewelry, silver
waro anu bric-a-brac, all going at a
great sacrifico at tho groat .bankrupt
stook of D. Domnon & Bro.; Brown &
Sleeper, Clifton & Co,, Ladies' Ox
ford TinB $2
Ladies Oxford Ties $2.50, Ladies Ox
ford Tie? $3.
Swiss : Bakery.
Corner Sixth and Washington Street!.
Fresh ISrciid, Rolls and Cakes
Every morning nt 0 o'clock Home open from
S o'clock Id tlieiuornlDBtolOln the oycoIuk.
Whoever v a n t s soft
hands, smooth hands, white
hands, or a clear complex
ion, he and she can hae
both; that is, if the skin is
naturally transparent; un
less occupation prevents.
The color yqu want to
avoid comes probably nci
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
ilrugcists ; all sorts of people use it.
Resolutions Favoring- Clark Adopt
ed and Delegates Elocted.
Tho German-American club oflhls
city mot Inst night at tholr hall, cor
ner of Third streot and Uankor's
Alloy, and Sransaoted aomo very Im
portant biislnosu. Among other good
things dono tho following resolutions
worooll'erod by Dr. II. Hohrons and
Wo bollovo that tho election of tho
Hon. George Clark na govornor of tho
Btate of Texas Ib necessary to improve
tho financial condition of tho atnto,
and to again restore eonlidonce In this
groat stato, and to assure tho wolfaro
of its citizens.
Whereas, Wo also bollovo that tho
supporters of tho prosout govornor
-ro ndvorso to a healthful administra
tion of the stale government, thore
loro, be it
Hosolvod, That we, tho Gornian
Amorlcan cltizona of MoLoininu coun
ty, pledge our votos only to thoso
candidates for county olllcors who
have tho welfare of tho state ut heart
and support the Hon Goorgo Clark.
Wo recommend theao resolutions to
our sister associations a'l ovor tho
stato for tholr adoption.
The oleotlon of dologatos to the
state convention which moots t
Houston May 8d was noxt ontorod
Into and resulted in tho ehoico of the
following gentlemen who will ably
reprosont ttie Wnco club;
Fred Luoders, U. Fraut, O, Ober
Innder, Paul Groll, Potor Lechler, H.
Honjes, Chariot Kophal and B,
The nieotiut; then adjournod.
Wacoltos in tho Wreck.
Tho Fort Worth Gnzotto of yester
day published the Htntomont that Mr.
M. Ji. Davie, of Waco was aovoroly
bruised In thu Cotton Belt wrook in
Arknaas. Tills was manifestly a
inistako, for that well known nows
papor man Ib Htlll In tho city on hit
Interminable hunt for a scoop The
Injured men nro llov. M L. and Mr.
Y. It. DavlH, who nro well known In
the city. Through their b other, Mr.
N. L. DavlH, Tho News loams that
their injuries while severe and pain
ful nro not at all dangerous.
New branch Startod.
Waco Steam laundry has opened a
Branch oflico at Moses cigar stand 110
All orders left
streot, Bankors' row.
will bo promptly at-
We will occupy stable on Austin
Avenue, 604 and 606, after May 1st.
The finest turnouts in the city. The
best attention given boarding horses.
"Winfeuv & Him..
Tie East Waco Methodist Sunday
school will hold its annual picnic at
jroctor Springs next Saturday.
For tho best and freshest beof,
pork, mutton, veal, sparoribH, fish and
oysters go to Orippin oornor Fifth
and Franklin. '
"Tim Garment, Ilcepoiiku tho Artist."
TAIhOUS,aH l-'J sluHlhi. Avenue.
Whon you want nico fresh meat
mutton, beof pork and purer lard at 10
oonts por pound, go to
Mem.or & Dei.anev
12G South Third stroot.
"Tlio Oarmcnt llefpenkn tho ArtUt."
TAlTAillH, :iH l.'J IimIIii Avtnut.