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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY APRIL 2 1892.
W. II. WILKKS, M D W. O. WILKES, M D Residence IW N 3 St Uceldcnco UU N 12 8t. ORS WILMS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. HOOMS IN TFOVIDKNTI IILPING. blntc nt Old Corner Pm Btoro. Telepnone nt OUlco nnd Residences. Euar.Nc Williams. Wm. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors at Law, j'jto vjimxx jt uiTjiusa, WACO, - - - TEXAS. THE - "CALIGRAPH," A lfrlthiu .Marhhir that tiitls oil Mtrlt, Without a Peer in the Known World. Hartley & Burleson Agents ZOO South Third St. Wtco. Tex. Snppllce of all kinds on Shortest Notice. R. T- DENNIS & BEO. FUKERALMECTOllSOTII.lLMERS .IIS Anktiit Avenue. waco, : : : texas, Commercial House. Cor. Eujhth tf Clay Sis. Only tuo blocl.s smith of 3Io. l'ucljlc 11. Jl Jlcitot. t& f iBEaciAss.-ei Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. tflaekwell Hotel. Good beds and best of fare. Kates $1.00 per day. Meals 25 oents, 120 Second Btroot, next door to the court house. tf Buy Span's Big Muddy Lump coal. 9 9 Fine Work. Never in tho history of Waco was there i stock of bngeiea display ed as can be found at Tom Fadgitt's Tho finest work, the latest styles and tho lowest prices. No trouble to show them. Call and see for yourself. One hundred vehicles in display room Joe Lehman's for loo oream and confeotionories 117 South Fourth stroet. U to Kellum & Lawson for lots in Farwells Heights. Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lohman's, No. 117 South Fourth streot, 9 m For Saio. Threo horses, one ten-horse power engine and boiler and a lot of shelving and storo fixtures. Cheap and on good terms. Moohe Bros. Hotel Royal Bar. Hayden & Hayden, proprietors. Neat and quiot. Very iinest wines and liquors. Superb lunch at 10. Old iriends and customers as well now will meet a hearty welcome. Subscribers who do not receive their paper will confer a favor by re porting so at office, as that is the only way wo can know whether the carriers do their duty or not. Carriers not allowed to sell papers under any circumstances. Do You Know It? t A common cough ifi the most dan gerous thing in tho world to neglect; a slight haoking cough is also very dangerous, as it always leads to bronohitiB and consumption. Don't nogleot them. In selecting a remedy for coughs, colds and bronchitis, bo sure and got ouo that is not fnll of opium and ono that will not produce constipation. Ballard's Horohound Syrup does not constipate, remember this. It is perfectly harmless for chil dren, and it's the most soothing and healing throat and lung medioine in tho world. It oures consumption, coughs, colds, sore throat, asthma, whooping cough, croup, bronohitis, hoarseness, sore lungs, tiokling in tho throat and greatly strengthens the lungs after pneumonia. Sold by H. 0. lUsher & Co. Buy Ecan's Blacksmith coal Lois. The onl cheap lots offered in Waco for tho last five years aro thoso now on the markot in the Kirkpatrick Ad dition, Eost Waoo. These lots arc being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a ohanco to scouro a do sirable homo such as will never occur again. Cheap iLots. These lots Ho high and dry. They overlook a large portion of tho city and havo perfect drainage. They lie in tho hoalthiest part of tho city, catch ing tho pure breezes from tho praiiie untainted by passago over any part of tho city. Cheap Lot. Theso lots havo tho finest soil, a rich s&ndy loam, admirablo for gar dens, and aro underlaid with pure water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen foot, which can bo used for irrigation. Cheap !Lots. Theso lots arc closer to tho center of the city than any other addition, and at tho same distance lots aro Boil ing for threo and five times tho price asked for theso. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs, or P. G. Kirkpatrick, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho Kirkpatrick addition oan obtain them upon application. Rules and Regulations at the Park Natatorlum. Open G a. m. to 10 p. m. oloscd on Sunday night. Pool reserved for ladies exclusively Wednosday evening 2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 9 to 12, Monday night 0 to 10 for ladies and gentlemen, pool party, tub, needle, and vapor baths at all hours for patients and others. Experienced male and femalo attondants day and night. Tom Padgitt, Proprietor. J. B. CunhNUT, Manager. Everybody goes to Joo Lenman's when they want a good meal, or ne oroam. Go to Kellum & Lav son for lots in Pravident addition. CrO to Kellum & Lawson 113 S. 4 Bt. iorlota in Col. Heights, Joe Lohman Is tho most popular res taurant man in Texas. His plaoc 1 17 South Fourth streot. Dr. Geo.,P. Mann, dentist. Full sett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. Buy Egan's Indian Territory coal Egan's blaok diamonds" will soon give way to "cool comfort," try him ere it is too late. ' 9 9 i Extras for Buggies. Carriage and burgy tops, carriage and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, oush ions, 'izy backs, springs, 5th wheels, shaft shackles, prop nuts, prop joints, oots, storm aprons, shaft tops single t -ecs, shafts in pairs or odd, poles, broist yokos,polo circles, dashes, dash raiis, seat handles, otc, cart wheels and springs, at T. P. Sparks & Son's. to Kellum & Lawson 113 S. 4th St. for farms & ranches wO Excursion to Dallas. Tho rounion of ox-Oonfoderato vet erans at Dallas, April 5th, the Mis souri, Kansas and Texas railway will sell round trip tiokets April 4th and 5th, good for return until April 13th, at ono fare for the round trip. J. E, Smith. Tickot Agent. A Sure Cure for Plies. Itohing Piles are known by mois ture liko perspiration, causing intense itohing when warm. This form as well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud ing, yield at onco to Dr. Bo6anko's Pile Hemedy, which aots diroctly on patts effeoted, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effeots a pormanent euro. 50 ots. Druggists or mail Ciroulars freo. Dr. Bosanko, 320 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. old by W. B. Morrison & Co. G-o to Kellum & Lawson fo lotsin Farwcll Heights. Bi)Eap HE CLARK CLUB. Enthusiastic Mooting at tho Court IHouse Last Night. JOE TAYLOR'S ELOQUENCE IlrlugN Ilown tlio llnnso unit Ills IiOclcNailN thu ll"KU Djiiitnty lo llio IVull Itlr. Dull Also Spotlit "Willi Vim anil Vlj;or 31r. ICliit. liliry 21vcw Some Conil Advice mul (corce w. Cleveland ltoiimU it oft AVIIIi u (Sooit Speech. The meeting of tho Clark club was called to ordor last night, by Dr. Thomas Moore, president ot the club. Dr. Mooro callod attention to the faot that tho campaign now in pro gress Was perhaps tho most important in many respects that w?s ever con ducted in Texas. Ho ennumeratod tho many errors made by tho presont executive, ono of whioh was tho fail ure of Gov. Ilogu to send in his ap pointments within tho time prescribed by tho constitution which aot nullifies all tho appointments made by tho govornor requiring confirmation. At tho conclusion of Dr. Moore's ro marks Mr. J. W. Davis wes called on for a speech and responded amid the applause of the audicnoo. Mr. Davis said he had not hereto fore taken an aotive part in politics in Texas, but tho prco.it campaign was one of such momont that his sense of duty prompted him to enlLt in tho fight. He believed in Texas and ho looked forward to the day when the people of the United States would tum thoir eyes front tho state oi'.New York and look to Texas for a national leader, Texas was today ou3re'd by the triumph of Demagogy and tho peoplo must look to the inter ests of true Demecraoy or they would soon bo in tho power of unprincipled demagogues who will disregard their wishes and oonduot the great political machino at their command against tho people and for tho purpose of porpetu ating thoir power. Tho present executive was once op posed to the railroad commission but seeing that was going to bo a popular wave favoring that mothod of regulat ing railroads and ho mounted that wave and rodo triumphantly into the governors office. Judgo Clark was opposed to tho commission and fought it until it was incorporated in the constitution then he surrendered to tho will of the people. Tho differ ence between tho two mo'n on this point is the difference between a domogaguo and a statesman. Hogg embraced the commission when ho thought there was an offico to be won by it. George Clark spurned it as contrary to Democratic principles and subversive of tho best interests of Texas until (lie peoplo of his state adopted it and then gracefully bowed to their supreme will. Mr. Davis callod attontion to the appointment of Mr. Chilton by Gov. Hogg beforo tho Hon. Jobn II. Rea gan's place was vacant in ordor to avoid interlercnco by the people with his giving this offioo to his friend. Othor good points were presented, ono of whioh was, though not an issue in tho oam piign, a very important conoomitant, nevertheless tho necessity for hard work for Clark. County Attornoy Joo W. Taylor was callod to the speakers stand at tho conolusion of Mr. Davis' very able spceob. Mr. Taylor had not expected to mako a speech, but ho did not think it was necessary for ono to proparo him self to enumerato tho many roasons why thero should bo a ohango in tho state administration. "I voted for Hogg,'' said tho speaker, "but I did it because I bolioved ho rep resented a prinoiple I thought should bo incorporated in our organiolaw and I thought Hogg was tho man to on forco it aftor it was so incorpt rated. I found howovor, that ho was willing to and did tako advantago of tho con fidence reposed in him and virtually deprivod tho railroads of thoir rights in the oouits forcing upon tho legisla ture a plenary commission law, tho very kind of a law his onomien said ho lavored and his friends said he didn't. Now I havo enough of that kind ot a govornor and I want Gcorgo Clark who will represout tho peoples wishes and guard the intorests of Texas. I favored an appointive com mission too. But I did not knew or suspect that it would bo organized for political purposos and used to pcrpot uato the power of tho present execu tive, and thoir own power through him. When I saw Judce John II. Reagan hio himself to Ml fas silver spocoh for the express purpose of defeating Boger Q. Mills for tho senate, (voices "ho didn't do it" and applause.) I saw tho trend of tho wholo thing and I said I would oonsidor this appointive theory. It put mo to thinking and thousands of my follow citizens to thinking, and while I was Chus dobating in my own mind as to whethor this dangerous power of ap pointment should bo allowed to re main with tho governor, I read the account of tho great cattlemen's con vention at Fort Woith, and how Com missioner Foster went to Fort Worth, too, and how ho slashed and out tho cattlo shipping rates, loworing thom in somo instances 50 per cent, in ordor to win tho cattlemen to Hogg. TIiub I was convinced that tho appointivo commission was a dangerous thing, tnat it was being used now beloro it was two years old, as a section of a vast politioal machine run for tho offices only and as at presont organized, would not hesitate to strike down and doniolish every railroad in this country in order tnat tho Hogg administration might be perpetuated. These things havo convincod mo that tho power of ap pointment should be taken from tho governor and placod with tho peoplo and I now favor an oloctivo commiss ion. "Texas is demogocuo ridden. Why they are charging us who favor Judge Clark with combining with tho rail roads against tho pooplc, and tho charge comes from a crowd of railroad attorneys who aro now managing Hoeg'g campaign. But, my friends you and I have reason to bo proud of our causo and gratified over its march to victory whon wo reflect that only yestorday our honored follow citizen G. B. Gerald exposed tho manipulation of tho International and Great Northern railroad by tho administration gang and before whoso scathing denunciation thoy with the govornor in their head tuokod thoir tails and marched out of the legisla tive hall. Applause and huziahs for Gerald. Thoy charge that Clark is trying to destroy tho commission, when tho truth is Judges Clark is boforo tho people on a platform that domands a return of tho commission to the poo plc for them to elect their commis sioners and manage it themsolvcs in stead of allowing it to be used as a politioal maohino to grind grist for Hogg and his particular friends. Judgo Clark wants the commission placed with you, follow citizens, where it oannot bo destroyed or disgraced. We aro laboring under conditions that can ODly bo removed by fcho nomination of Judgo Clark and ho must bo nominated and Texas must bo turned looso. The infamous alien land law whioh was recommend ed by Iloeg and signed by Hogg and defended by Hogg has oausod more distress and suffering than any statute that was ever onaoted, It has driven millions of monoy from , this state whioh will shun ub so long as tho author of it encumbers tho gubernatorial chair. Texas is a new stato and to develop its vast resources wo must have money from abroad. Tho alien land law plaoed the people of Texas in tho attituio of ropudiatore, of enemies of capital, and it has paralyzod every in dustry in this broad stato save that of tho domestic money londer who is now fattoning off the fow who aro compelled to borrow money at any cost. It drovo out 7 pnr cont. foreign money and loft this poople to pay tho domestic money lendor 12 to 18 per cent, or do without. 1 tell you investors will not como to Texas whilo Hogg is our governor and tho moment tho peoplo demand his retirement by tho nomina tion of Gcorgo Ulark, money will como pouring into tho state from every country and olimo. Every train will bring some man ready to" invest in some industrial ontorpriso tho thous ands of idlo laborers in this stato will bo given employment and the prosper ity that left us two years ago will re turn and everybody will be happy ex cept tho Tylor gang. "Turn Toxas Loose." Mr. It. II. Klnsgbury was oalled out and stated tho following paradox : "Tho samo legislature that olooted Mills and declared for free trade passed tho alied land law." No Democrat, ho continued, standing on tho Demo oratio platform with Cleveland and Mills could bolievo in the alien land law. Tho tariff law prohibited oompo tition in coods and forced us to buy from tho Eastern manufacturer and as a consequence tho result of our labor is transferred by Ian to tho cast whore tho protectod manufacturer grows fat on profits guaranteed him by tho tariff law. Tho alien land law prohibited compe- these same proteolod manufacturers for money and foreod to poy exorbi tant interest. Ih oharged that tho alien land law u ah undomoorntio as much so as the proteotivo tariff. Mr. Kingsbury appealed to tho friends of Judgo Clark to go to work for his elcotion. It would not do to bo idlo whilo thero was a Hogg man in tho oountry. His remarks woro timely and it is hoped they struck a responsive chord in ovory beast. Mr. George W. Clcvoland followed Mr. Kingsbury with a very interesting speech pointed and pithy "aftor which tho mooting adjourned. The Secret of Success. II. O. Hishcr & Co., druggists, bo lievo that tho secret of success is per soverancc. Therefore thoy persist in keeping tho finest lino of porfumorios, toilet articles, cosmotics, drugs and ohcmioals on tho market. They es pecially invito all persons who havo palpitation, short hroath, woak or hungry spells, pain in side or shoul der, oppression, night maro, dry cough, smothering, dropsy or heart diEease to try Dr. Miles' uncqualcd Now Heart Curo, beforo it is too lato. It has tho largOBt Bale of any similar remedy. Fino book of testimonials free. Dr. Miles' HoBtorativc Norvino is unsurpassed for Blcoplossnoss, bond aoho, fits, etc., and it contains no opiatCB. A Convention orLlborals. To the IMltor ofTiiu Newh: Tho Liberal asssooiation of Texas will moot in Waco Friday, Saturday and bunday, April o, 9 and 10 at Gog gan musio hall, 412 Austin avonuo. Thero will be two business meet ings each day, beginning at 10 o'olock a. m, Friday tho 8th, and a lecture caoh evening nt 8:30 p. m. Theso meetings will bo free to tho public, and all aro invited to attend them. This will be tho third convention of the association, and I hopo its friends in Waco will attend liberally, and lend what assistance thoy oan towards making the occasion ono of intorest and importance. J D. SiiAW. -H :!!" ffluVB.WTm3J Nothing Wee it Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescript tion. It's na peculiar in its compo sition, as in its curative effects, in all tho diseases and disorders that afflict womankind. It's a legitimate medicine an invigorating, rcstora tivo tonic, a soothing and strength ening nervine, and a positivo rem edy for femalo weaknesses and ailments. All functional disturb ances, irregularities, and derange ments aro cured by it. Tlicro'fl nothing liko it in tho way it actB there's nothing liko it in tho way it's sold. It's guaranteed to givo satisfaction in every case, or tho money paid for it is promptly re funded. Head tho guaranteo on tho wrap per. You loso nothing if it doesn't hell) you but it will. Tho system is invigorated, tho blood enriched, digestion impiovcd, melancholy and ncrvousnefw dis pelled. It's a legitimate medicine, the only one that's guaranteed to givo satisfaction in tho curo of all "female complaints." Dry post oak cord wood, $3.50; stove wood $4.50, at Gurley Wood Yard. Fishing tackle of ovory dosoription with a full stook of huntors supplio H. E. A 'rnoLDS. JUJI M 1 S shoos best on earth. Placo vour nolicics with Dockorv & Co. Best of companios. Turkey Lunoh froo tonight at the Provident Arnex. Drv nost nnk nnrfl wood. Si.co: stove wood $4 50, at Gurley Wood Yard. HILT'S, 414 Austin Street. Pickled pigs's feet, extra choice, at .T A Kinrv's v