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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY APRIL 4 1892.
We Are Made For Co Oper Ation Co''Id not GET A LIVING. If it were not for sellers you could not live. Therefore we must co-operate you help us; we 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 brauds 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 cutter oi the establishment. Transfers or Real Estate Reported by tho Waoo Abstraot aod t Investment Company, Room 17, Prov dent Building, Waoo, Toxas. J R Le Bosque to R P Rawlcy, lots 7, S and 9, block 2, Le Bosque's ad dition to McGregor, $165. II W Saddler to T H Dorns, 200 acres of Jno Tucker league, $5000. W R Dickinson by gardian to Jno Baade, interest in lots 2 and 3, block, 33, Waco, $100. Total April 2 1892, $5265. Total for week, 817,546 60. 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 tho Gabert Bros., 11G South Fourth street. Thoy are tho leading tailors with tho largest and finest stock of goods ever brought to Waco. They carry all tho now and nobby styles of tho spring of '92 with such dovorsity that no ono can iail in finding goods to suit his own particular fancy. When it comos to cutting and fitting tho Gabett Broth ers are artists in every senso of the word with tho most skillful workmen that can be proourod. They give per fect fits and somehow their clothes have a look about them that only the work of artists can produce. Give them a call and look over their big fine stook bofore ordering a suit and jou will havo no roason to rogrot anv order you may favor them with. m m A Husband's Mistake. Husbands too often permit wives, and parpnts their children, to suffer from headaoho, dizziness, nouralgia, sleeplessness, fits, nervousness, when by tho ueo of Dr. Milos Restorativo Nervine such serious results could easily be prevented. Druggists every where say it givefl universal satisfac tion, and has an immense sale Woodworth & Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind ; Snow & (Jo , of Syracuse, N. Y , J. C. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds of others say "it is tho greatest seller thoy ovor know.'' It oontains no opiates. Trial bottles and fino book on Nervous Diseases frco at II 0. Risher & (Jo. Mnro Storm New. CoFi'BYViLLE, Kan., April 4. A terrible Btorm visited this locality last evoning. Tho wind was accompanied by hail and rain. Lightning struct the tall tower of the Episcopal ohurch at tho time. Tho windows wero broken by tho hail and barns and out houses overturned by the wind. With puro artesian wator, special soap, an extra fine starch and as lino machinery as is made, with trained experts, tho Artesian Steam Laundry work iB unsurpassed anywhere. All kinds of California wine, the very best quality, at J. A. Early's. it it Were Not For Buyers We To the Voters and T ax Payors one And Ml- I deem it my duty liiat all tho good peoplo hear a fow word before the election tomorrow. My record as a councilman for six yoars and as mayor for two years is a matter of record, and tho record is clean proggrossivc and without spot or blotnish. It is also written on your streets and sidewalks, the building of which was inaugurated undor my ad ministration. My record is written at home and abroad as tho only man who sold Waco bonds with almost no cost to tho city. 1 recommended and urged, during my administration, tho following salutary measures with many others: Advocating sidewalks, July 19, 'SS, page 207. Advocating hospital, oidewalks,and opouinc streets, August 1(5, 1888 page '15. Water works suggested, December 20, 188S pago 24U. Advooatod a now engine house, January li, I8S9 pago 213. Best wator contract in Amorioa made and many other good measures too nnmersus to mention. I urged by special and every other means $1.50 per day as tho pay of laboring men on the streets when other men favored 1.00. Drain the pond in East Waco, March 7, '69 page 23b. Advocated paving Juno 15, '89 pago 297. Opening streets Aug. 1, '89 page 313. Bridge ior Edgefield September I9, '89 pago :J32. Advertising for coal etc., September 19, '80 pago 332. Giving time on street paving taxes, Septcmbor 19, '89 page 33d. Repeatedly advocated more work in Third ward, October 3, 'S9 page 33(5. To establish city hospital, Nov. 7, '89 pago 342. That Austin street be paved, Nov. 7, 'S9 pago 342. To improve South Fourth and Spcitdit streets, Deo. fi, 'S9 page 351. To plant shado trees in school yards Doo. 19, '89 pago 350. No street cars in Austin street, Doo. I9, 'S9 page 35G. To keep saloons out of reservation, Jan 2, '90 pago 301. To keep variety shows out of city, Jan. 2, '9O page 3lil. Tax collector not to colloct taxes from citizens in new territory, Feb. (5, '9O paga 276. To koop minors out of reservation, Feb. 20, '90 page 383. To provide for the poor and desti tute ot the city, Feb. 20, '90 page 383. Contractors to bo made to comply with specifications and bo more prompt in paving streets aftci tearing thorn up and more workmen to bo employed, March G, '9O pago 3o0. Bridge on Jackson and Sixtoenth streets Waoo Creek, March 20, '90- page 207 I have been in Kansas City much during the campaign and my work there for Waoo will result in the sale of the 100,000 Waco bonds at pir, if I am oleoted and the council will oo-oporatc with mo. While I was away my opponents seemed to have had some advantage but now 1 am back and my friends . and enemies acknowledge that I am in the lead and that Hinobman is tho man thoy have got to beat. And now I appoal to tho laboriug men, the incokanics, the merchants, tho doctors, tho lawyers, the bankers and all citizens who se lected mo to be a candidate long be fore I would oonsont and asked mo to coma to the resoue of Waoo once more and help get her on hor feet again, I ask you to como to t' e polls in solid phalanx and vote for what you beliove will be the best interests of our great and growing oity. I promiso you that if cleoted you shall havo my entiro time, cuergy and whatever talont I many possess for placing our city to the front once more, for any one knows she is badly off now. We want moro factories, moro railroads, more work lor tho laboring man at good wages. Think as men may it is tho laboring man who builds up cities. Wo want more artesian wells, and ton million moro spindles singing the songs whioh puts the poor man's ba bies to sloop tor thoy mean food and clothing to his wifo and little ones who aro as dear to him as the children are to the rioh man. Citizens of Waoo, you know my platform, it is, do right because it is right and eternal vigilanoo is the prioo of suocess. One word as to the colored peoplo who aro nearly a unit in my favor. When tho oolorcd orator, Sublettj was working for another fellow ho The One of daintiest 5 cent cigars Texas ovor offered to tho public in'. Waoo. Puro tobacco, well made, free Horned smoker, delicious aroma. Try it. Frog. Kept by the New Cigar Store, No. 110 South Fourth street, next to telegraph office. W. Moses. ive man for mayor ho is a no account nigger iu the eyes of ray opponents. Why should Sub Sett be abused for do ing what whito people havo beon doing for six weeks, try to concentrate tho vote of his people on the best man. For in stance tho Young Men's Reform Club composed of as good men as wo have in Waco, the German American Club than whom no truer or bettor men livo havo been trjing to concentrate and endorse candidates. A word in oouclusion to the honor able gentlemen who havo in charge tho sacred trust of presiding over tho ballot boxes tomorrow. I would kind ly warn you. Look out lor men who will try to vote twioo and for men who are not legally qualified voters. They arc going to try to do it. 1 know whereof I speak. To all. Do not vote for mo booause you like mo or voto against mo because you dislike mo but vote for what you earnestly believe will be for the best interests of tho grandest and best oity in Texas our own beloved Waco. Very Respectfully, A. HiNOHMAN. THE MISSION. Important Religious Exercises at The Church or the Assumption. The mission at the Church of tho Assumption whioh is boiug oonduoted by Father McOann and his associate, Father Winberger, was opened yester day and large crowds wero in atten dance both morning and evoning. Father McCaun preaohed last night from the text, "For what profitoth a man if he gain the whole world and loose his own soul," and rendered a most soholarjjfc disoourso The sub ject tonight ill be "The Confes sional" and every Protestant is invited to como and bring his Bible. The hours for services will bo as follows: Mass 5, 0 and 8 a, m., with an In struction after the 5 o'olook mass and meditation after the 8 o'olock mass. At 4 p. m, there will be catochism for children and at 7.30 p. in. there will bo a Rosary, In struction, Sermon and Benediction. Tho following are the indulgences for Mission week. First Plenary indulgence on one of the lost three days by going to confession and communion and at tending mission exercises. Second Plenary indulgenoo on re ceiving tho Papal blessing after hav ing attended at least five times the mission exeroises. Third Seven years and seven quarentinos for every Bermon heard during te mission. Fourth By receiving saoramonts on soven Sundays after mission in honor of Our Lady of Sorrows a plen nary indulgence may by gained on tho last Sunday. Fifth By receiving sacrament within six months after mission a plen ary indulgence may be obtained. The young people's society of Christian Endeavor, which was to have held a meeting at the residence of W. S. Blackshear, has been postponed. Indigestion! Miserable! Take Beecham's Pills. I Offers IT dT -- "L -J"- only half cash. Will accept highest bid made: 9 acre garden 1-4 mile of oity lim its. 4 Room new house on South Twelfth street. G5 aore garden, 40 acres in fruit treos 3 1-2 miles city limits. I mean business strictly. Am go ing to sell and no mistake. I. C. Meek. Ring up tolophono 250 and ono of tho Artesian Steam Laundry's beauti ful wagons will call for your wash and return it noon, clean as crystal,, I m V, The Almigiitv Dollar enjoys a won derful popularity and commands a most powerful influence. Look through our im mense new stock and sec the great wonders it has worked for us! mrnm We do not hesitate to say that, in this season's stock we have secured the best values within the purchasing power of money. Our stock is the largest and you will find that none can serve you better. OUR The man who does not know the worth of money is behind the times and you who do know its value should study economy in our immense new stock of Low-Priced Furniture. Notice our splendid offerings in CIIEVAL BEDROOM SUITS at $23.50, $2500, $28.50, 30 00, $35-oo,$4ooo and $45.00. We are anxious for judicious buyers to tee these goods. jWE RATTAN ROCKERS. $4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00 and $9.00. Bewildering assortment of new goods and late styles. You will find it worth many times the tronble of a visit to see this stock. FOLDING BEDS Our new stock is the largest and most attractive ever shown in the city. Notice our new wardrobe combinat'on bed and get our prices. SAVE FOR THE BABIES. $1,000.00 Worth of Baby Buggies at $6.50 to $25.00 Call for our$2.5o baby jumper a jumper and walker combined. Invaluable to mother and child. MONEY. W aco Furniture m DHL mamm memmmmmmmam BECOME A Dollar saved is a dollar made. We occupy our own building and pay no rent, have our own sidetracks and avoid drayage, buy our goods in quantity and think we have the facilities to give full value for every dollar. WITH FACILITY SIDEBOARDS At $1600, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, $27.50, $30.00 and $35,00. Largest line ever shown and prices the lowest that can be quoted. CAN YOU OFFICE FURNITURE. We are prepared to manufacture Bank Counters, Fine Office Fixtures, etc., to order. Estimates furnished on application, Cor respondence solicited. Company,