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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY APRIL 2 1892.
t ntti'ii ?S$mS Wc It Are It Made Were l'or Not Co For Opcr Uuycrs Ation We Cold not GET A LIVING. 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 periment. W. K. FINKS & CO Merchant : Tailor. If you want a first class bus iness or dress suit of fine new brands of goods made in the highest style of art with ele gant trimmings and perfect workmanship and at reason able prices,, take your orders to W. A. Schaffer, the leading MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 416 1-2 Austin St., Upstairs Mr. G. A. Laok is the outtor of the establishment. BASE BALL. Lono Stars vs. Majors at the Park Next Sunday. There -vill bo a grand matoh game of base ball at Padgitt's Park Sunday between the newly organized "Lone Stars" and tho old "Mjors " This promises to be the beat game played so far this season, and a large attend ance is expected. Manager Mitoholl has now under consideration a ohal lengo from tho Corticana cub whioh will no doubt be accepted. Tho attendance of ladies is espec ially desired and will be admitted free. The Gabort Bros. It is worth while for any one who wears olothes to refrain from purchas ing until he has taken a good look at tho fine stock of tho Gabert Bros., 110 South Fourth street. Thoy aro tho leading tailors with tho largest and finest stock of goods over brought to Waco. They oarry all the new and nobby styles of tho spring of 'o2 with Bnob devorsity that no one oan tail in finding goods to suit his own particular fanoy. When it comoe to cutting and fitting the Gabert Broth ers aro artists in every sense of tho word with tho most skillful workmen that can be proourod. l'hoy give per fect fits and soniohow their clothes have a look about them that only tho work of artists can produce Give them a call and look over their big fine stock boforo ordering a suit and you will have no roason to rogrot any order you may favor them with. A Husband's Mistake. Husbands too ofton permit wives, and parents their childron, to suffer from headache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, Gts, nervousness, when by the U60 of Dr. Milos ltostorative 2Jervino such serious results oould easily bo prevented. Druggists every where say it gives universal satisfac tiou, and has an immense sale "Woodworth & Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Snow & Co , of Syraouso, N. Y , J. C. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mioh.; and hundreds of others say "it is tho greatest seller thoy cvor know.'' It contains no opiates. Trial bottles and fino book on Nervous Discasos frco at II. 0. Ilishor & Co. Ring up tolenhono 250 and ono of tho Artesian Stoam Laundry's beauti ful wagons will call for your wash and return it soon, clean as crystal, white as snow and smooth as ivory. i Genuine imported Dill pickles only 40 cents a gallon, at J. A. Early's. With tinro artesian water, speoial soap, an extra fine eturch and as lino machinery as is made, with trained experts, tho Artesian Steam Laundry vurk is unsurpassed anywhere forget the grand lunch to turkey night at the Provident A EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Primary Eloctlons urdorod July 9 To Nominate County Offlcers. Pursuant to a call issued by Hon John V. Flint, chairman of tho Demo cratic Kxeoutive committee of Mc Lennan oounty, that body met this morning at tho oity hall. Tho committee was called to order by tho chairman and requosted to take scats on tho platform Mr. T. J. Primal, member of tho com mittco from tho Bosquoville precinot, for tho reason that ho is a - oandidate for office, resigned from tho committeo whioh was accepted and tho vacancy at once filled by Mr. E. D. Martin. The resignation of Mr. W. H, Cram of McGregor, was uooeptcd and Mr. W. C. O'Bryan upon motion eleoted to fill his place Moved that V, P. Linthioum bo elooted secretary of the mooting Car ried. Chairman Flint upon request statsd concisely the object of tho call to be the dotermi nation of tho questiom whether the Demooratio party should havo primaries or a convention, there being some good Democrats who favor a free for all race. Mr. O'Bryan aoknowledgod tho fraudulent methods resorted to in primary elections. Tho question of primary elections and conventions has been discussed in MoLenuan county for tho past fifteen years and the peo ple each time think they will not adopt this plan again, but find it is tho only way that tho will of the peo plo can be expressed, and hoped the motion would prevail. E. P. Martin spoke strongly in favor of the motion. Conventions never give satisfaction by them tho voioo of the people is overridden. Wo oan havo fair primary election by legislation. While it may be an evil, of tho two pvils I will choose the least Mr. L. P. Field, of Brucovillo, op posed primaries, and stud it was fraught with fraud, and if that course was adopted his people would not vote. Moved by Mr. W. C. O'Bryan that tho executive committee order a primary election for the purposo of nominating oounty officers. Mr Harrison Allen spoke in favor of an honost vote and a fair count, and if it can bo shown that this can be accomplished through a primary election ho was in favor of it, other wise not, and thcreforo will opposo it. Mr. M. R. Carroll stated that if the city of Waco would go into legislation to throw the proper restrictions around tho ballot and keep out fraud his peo ple were in favor of a primary election. Mr. James A. Harrison was sum moned home by a tolegraph messago and exonscd himself with rogrets that he could not remain longer with tho committee, but desired his vote re corded in favor of the motion beforo tho house. Ponding disoussion on Mr. O'Bryan's motion the mooting ad journed till 1:30. The committee re-convened nt 2:10 o'clock. Tho O'Brien motion In favor of pri mary elections was, aftor more dis cussion both pro and con, put and curried by a vote of Mr. K. D. Martin requested that the mover of the motion beforo the com mittoo withdraw tho same to srlvo an opportunity to como toanuudesstund Ing about tho manner as to throwing restraints around the ballot at tho primary olectlons tokoop down fraud, which was dono. Tho matter of registration within tho city limits of Waco was suggested ami discussed. Nouo of tho mom bora were opposed to registration, provided It was made goneral and take In tho whole country. Mr. James A. Harrison wanted no such restrictions to apply to Waco alono and considered It an unwar ranted aspersion against tho olty. Othors wanted to know who would pay tho oxnonsn of registration. Mr. Harrison Allison nioyod that restrictions bo thrown around tho primary oleotlons acceptable to tho committeo, if a null oleotlons be do cldod upon by tho committeo. Lost by a voto of four to three. Upon motion of Mr. James A. Har rison primary oleotlons were ordered, the tlokets to contain tho names of stato and district as veil as county candidates, as is usually dono. At the time or going to press tho committeo is still In session. At a later hour this aftoruoou the executive committee doouled to prder primary eloctlons July 0 for tho pur poso of nominating county cftlcors. There was a fight on ths plaza Urn afternoon betwoen Tom Russell on ono bide and Will Lipscomb and Walter Uox on tho other. One of the two hit Russell on tho head with a pistol. All parlies wero arrested. Hilt's Wear better $3 00 Shoo 4I 4 Austin st. The One of daintiest 5 cent cigars Texas ever offorod to tho public in Waco. I'uro tobacco, well made, free Horned smoker, delicious aroma. Try it. Frog. Kept by tho Now Cigar Store, No. 110 South Fourth street, next to tolegraph office. W. Moses. SAND BAGGED. Mr. W. M. Dulln of The News Staff Severely Hurt. Last night about S o'clook Mr. W. M. Dulin of The News was sand bagged by two men near the corner of Fourth and Jackson streets Ho was on hia way home and had just passed two men when he received a blow just behind tho left ear. Tho blow was tho last thing ho remembered until he awoke in tho parlors of tho Wavcrly Hotel about 10:30 this morn ing How or wtion ho got into tho parlor no one knows. Ho was seon at the Cotton Belt depot by the night ticket agent at 3 o'olook this morning. Ho was notio cd to bo aoting vory querly but it was enormously attributed at tho time to intoxication. Mr. Dulin's wounds whilo not dange rous aro very severe and painful. Tho physicians say that it was dono by a sand bag as there is no broalc in tho skin. Ho was relieved of about $10, be fortunately not having his watoli with him. The whole affair is very mysterious. THE CANDIDATES. Result or Their Meeting at the City Hall. The city candidates met this morn ing at the city hall to perfect arrange ments for tho election. It was agreed to print 25,000 tiekots with the names of each oandidate for mayoi at tho head of 5,000. Tho candidates for aldermen did not oare how their namea went. A committee of Poage, Laoy, Holmes, King and Latimer were appointed to see to the distribution of tho tickets. If tho candidates absent will ogreo with those presont there will bo no candidates to carry votes to tho polls. Mr. It. W. Jablonowski, secretary of the meeting, was authorized to re coipt fpr money for and to pay for tho tickets. Paul Jones Whisky. Tho only firms in Waco who handlo tho celebrated "Four Roses'' and "Tho NXNX Monongihola" case goods of the famous Paul Jones whiskies, aro the Old Paoifio Saloon (Ed Hatton proiotor) and Ilaydon & Haydon, pro prietors, of tho Hotel Royal Bar. Paul Jones. Sleeper, Chifton &Co., Ladies ooze O xf or d s 2 50, $3 and ft. I Offer ft for sovon uays only half cash. Will aocept highest bid made: 9 aoro garden 1-4 mile of oity lim its. 1 Room new houso on South Twelfth street. G5 acre gardon, -10 acres in fruit trees 3 1-2 miles city limits. I mean business strictly. Am go ing to sell and no mistake. J. C. Meek. All kinds of California wine, the very best quality, at "' J. A. Early's. tfL mw1 Turkey froo l JL CI11VL lunch at the Provident night. Annex tonight, Saturday Dry post stove wood Yard. oak cord wood, 1 3 50; $4.50, at Gurley Wood Finest of old whiskies for medical or potative purposes, at J. A. Ealy's. STIt.VYKD OK VIOIiKN-One chestnut sorrel cbunkr pony bot Be, about 15 hauda high ono Vaj maro.'U. yours old. 3l, or 11 bamlali sli branled I H red halter on Iletnrn to Wtvco Sleum Laundry and bs rewarded. l-ltf yabmtfrrmQHriti rou EAUTIFUL SIGHT TO BEHOLD ! Our Immense Half-Acre Store Filled With Shining, Richer in Design, Finer in Finili9 Better in Quality, Lower in Price than 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 eeu able to show such Real, Wonderful, Live Bargains in LOW PRICED FURNITURE as this season's splendid stock has brought ns. OUR NEW LINE OF CHEVAL BED ROOM SUITS is now ready for inspection. This line is strong in every point and ou will find it difficult to duplicate our values in the following PLAIN FIGURE OFFERINGS: Antique Finish Ceval Bedroom Suits $ 20.00 " " " " " 23.50 " " ' " 25.00 XVI Century Finish Cheval Antique Oak l (( (( (i 1. ( IC (I ll (( (( ( (( (I (( (I Our $25 suits are well finished, stylish and reliable, and you could scarcely wish to find a nicer suit than our $45 and $50 Suits FOLDING BEDS. 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. WICKER ROCKERS. We have just received a very large shipment of those goods and youwill 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. WACO FURNITURE , BUT OU PfiGej Bedroom Suits 27-5 " 2S.50 30.00 35-00 40.00 4.5.00 50-00 (c (( (I (( (( ( COMPANY. 1 AHKRS. Manager. ;