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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY APRIL 7 1892.
W. O. WILKES, MD Iteslilenco utO N 12 St. DBS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. KOOMS IN I'ROVIDKMIVILDINO. Blato at Old Cornor Drag Store. Telopaono at OUlco and Residences. Etjqknb Williams. I Wm. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors at Law, vito viiwxT 11 uii.mxa, WACO, TEXAS. THE - "CALIGRAPH," A WrAHnu Mnrhhir that ,VH oil Merit. Without a Peer in the Known World, Hartley & Burleson Agente, IOC South Third Pt. Waco, Tex. Supplier of all kinds on Shortest Notice. E. T- DENNIS & BRO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMRAMIERS .rIS Antin Avenue. WACO, TK.VAS, OMMEIIGIAL Cor. Eighth $ House. Clay SUs. Only twtt blocks south oilo, liejtott I'ncljlc ll.lt t&T DP IBSTCIASS.-6J Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. Blackwoll Hotol. Good beds and best of fare. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 25 cents, 120 Second street, next door to the court houso. tf liuy Kgan's Big Muddy Lump coal. Fine Work. Nover in tbo history of Waoo was thero stock of buggies display ed as can bo found at Tom Padgitt's. The finest work, the latest styles and tho lowest prices. No troublo to show them. Call and see for yourself. One hundred vehicles in display room Joe Lehman's for confeotionerioB 117 street. 100 oream and South Fourth CrO to Kellum & Laweon for lots in Farwells Heights. Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lohman'e, No. 117 South Fourth street. For sale. Threo horses, one ten-horso power engino and boiler and a lot of shelving and Btoro fixtures. Cheap and on good terms. Moore Bros. Hotel Royal Bar. Haydon & Uayden, proprietors. Neat and quiet. Vory finest wines and liquors. Superb lunch at 10. Old friends and customers as well now will meet a hearty welcome A Mystery Explained. The papors contains fcquont notices of rich, protty and educated girls eloping with negroes, tramps and coachmen. Tho well known specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all such girls are more 0 losa hystorical, nervous, vory impulsivo, unbalanced; usually subjeot to headache, nouralgia, sleep lessness, immodorato orying or laugh ing. Thoso show a weak nervous system for which thero is no remedy equal to Restorativo Norvino. Trial bottles and a fino book, containing many marvelous oures, free at H. C. Riohor's, who also sell, and guarantees Dr. Miles' oelobratod New Heart Cure, tho finest of heart tonios. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. CrO. to Kellum & Lawson 113 S. 4 st. for lots in Col. Height Joo Lehman Is tho most popular res taurant man in Texas. His plaoo 1 17 South Fourth stroot. Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Full sett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. W. II, WILKES, MD ResMcncolMNaBt CrO to Kellum & Lawson 113 S. Noti H. B. MISTROT ANNOUNCEMENT Will appear in this space TOMORROW Everybody goes to Joo Lonman't when they want a good meal, or he cream. Go to Kellum & Laweon for lots! in Pravident addition. 1 toKollum & Lawson 113 S. l5Ttf 4 st. for lots in Col. Heights. Buy Egan's Indian Territory ooal Egan's blaok diamonds" will soon givo way to "cool comfort," try him ore it is too late. Dry post stove wood Yard. oak cord wood, $3.50; $4.50, at Hurley Wood Had Not Slept For Years. Mr. A. Jackson, an old resident of Rusk, Texas, and manager of tho magnificent new Hotel at Rusk, in forms us ho had not slept at night for years except in short naps, owing to incessant coughing. Ho was ad vised when very much run down to try Ballard's Horehound Syrup; he was immediately rolioved of his Cough and his rest improved to suoh a de gree that he could sleep soundly all night; Mr. Jackson states: "I re gard Ballard's Horehound Syrup su perior to any Cough Syrup on tho market, and its freedom from Opium and Morphine leave no constipation after using it. For this reason alono I corsider it the best Cough Syrup in tho world for children. My Lungs are now stronger than thoy have been for years. This Syrup is very sooth ing to tho throat and lungs." Sold by H. O. Risher & Co. Cr to Kellum & Lawson fo lotsin Farwoll Heights. I Oft'ei 9VOT seven uays only half oaab. Will aooept highest bid mado: 9 aore garden 1-4 milo of oity lim its. 4 Room new houso on South Twolfth strcot. 05 aoro cardon, 40 acres in fruit trees 3 1-2 miles city limits. I mean business strictly. Am go ing to sell and no mistake. I. C. Meek. Place your polioies with Dookery & IGUS 01 WHEELS a i.i:tti:k iic.ii uiunuioii NI.OSSOM. CJoliic Nortliwnrtl And .Still llio Car Aro Ormvclcil llnlly ftrcnt (inoil I'or Tuxiih Suntlltloro Advertising, TU llmllv Nccilcri. To The News, Waco, TeinB, Union City, Tenn., April 2, 1892. One important object attained for Texas by this tour of her Exhibit cars through the states is that hereafter when any man or family becomes dis satisfied with, his surroundings in stintivcly his thoughts revert to Texas as the place for the immigrant. Texas is the "Out West" of all the southern states and the immigration that will seek her borders in the next three years cannot be estimated. The tido has turned that way and even here in North Tennesseo and Kentucky where advertising agents for the northwest, Kansas, Colorado and Oregon havo been most active, railroad men now tell me we are turning it Texaswnrd. In the report received from General Jas, L Taylor, general passenger agent of that immense system, the Richmond and Danville, which we traversed for nearly two months, he says: "In the seven states traversed by our systen, viz. Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee we sold in Novotnber and December tickets to Texas as follows in the four states visited by the Texas Exhi bit cars S32 tickets during the time. In the three states not visited by jou in the time, viz: Tennessee. Missis sippi and Virginia including District of Columbia we only sold seventy-four Texas tickets. In North Alabama and Tennessee the best iron mon admit Texas iron ex cels them all in quantity and cheap ness of raw material. Also in timbers only yesterday at Dresden, Tenn. I noted two men examining minutely the samples of hickory wood on board In conversation they said they had planned to shut down their spoke factory employing luO men in a few days and visit Illinois, to buy hickory timber and remove their plant. But that our Toxas samples of hickory were tho best they had seen in this country and beforo wo left they had dooided to visit Toxas first and locate thero if the wood was found in any quantities. They do a large business and ship most of their manufactured Boods t0 Australia and could readily see that being near loxas doep water ports wou'd bring them nearer market. As the west is depopulating New England farms bcoauBo they oannot competo so Toxas is a fair square con test for supremacy is making tho farms of the south and eastern statos unprofitablo and as a result the Texas Exhibit oars list of people going Texas this season has grown to over 7,00t persons in tho last 00 days and astonished rail road managers in tho South by this practiblo modo of advertising her great resources. Our Texas farmers may be disoouragod Hub yoar at tho low prioo of cotton but if they had to idvest $2.50 per aero thU spring in cash, or a mortgage note on tho pros pective ootton crop for fertilizer thoy would then bo on an equal, compet ing lovel with the farmers of tho older states. About manufacturers, 1 think I can see where Toxas oan learn a praotical losson irom tnc older states in scour ing manufuoturiug establishments instead of paying for one enterprise $100,000 or more dollars as has boon the rulo in Texas to seouro a large plant. It has been tho r jle in most ot tho South to subBcribo to tho cxtont cf a sito and from $3,000 to $10,000 a small manu facturing cstablishmant whioh if adapted to tho country and profitable would soon uoublo ana tnblo its ca pacity from its own earn ngs and with out furthor oost to tho community. Th's has beon tho rulo in Texas in several instances as for cxamplo tho Diokson Car Wheel works of Houston whioh doubled its capacity in tho last two years becanso ia paid its owner to do t). Noarly every oity in this btato has a college or high sohool and it has been a pleasant inoident to havo our oxhibit visited by 300 or 400, stud ents in a body headod by thoir pofes sors or tho faoulty. In nearly all theso schools aro Toxas boys and girls and it would do you good to sea with what pride they step down the aisles and show their companions from less favor ed states tho greatness of tho stato they represent with a kind of I told you so Bhako of the head that is con '. . . . journeyed through TonneBseo in each town of any size it has becomo the custom for tho collcgo profossors to bring Iho students down in a body with pencil and tablet in the hand of oach. The students aro expected tho next day to writo a composition tho best to bo road publicly on Toxas and what was seen at thn exhibit oars. Wo aro now working Northward so kindly send Texas papors and adver tising matter to Paducah, Ky., up to April 8 and to Louisville, Ky., to April 20. Tho people want Texas papers and as we givo out from 1,000 to 2,000 pounds of advertising daily you oannot sond too uiuoh. The rail roads in Texas keep us well supplied with illustrated books and papers and show first olaBS enterprise in adver tising Texas resources worthy of emulation by one of her citizons. Cordially yours, W. B. Slosson, Director. In Momorlam. Tuesday, tho 30th ultimo at Wooton "Wolls, Texas, Alex lloddiok died in tho l(;th year of his ago. His remains woro sent to San Antonio for burial and tho last sad rites woro impressive ly performed by tho pastor of the parish. Dcceasod first saw the light in Bronnam, Texas, in 1843, lie was known all ovor Toxas. In Waoo, in Camoron with all tho cities of tho Lone Star stato ho was well beloved and popular. Alex Reddick gained his hold upon the pooplo's afTcctiors by that inatc goodness of heart that formed the source of deeds of kindness unceasingly flowing, like the wavelets from a crystal spring in the cool nook of shaddows. A groat orator said at the bier of a brother: "If ovciy one whom ho had visited withja kind ho art today should contributo a single flow er, he would sleep beneath a wilder ness of flowers." This inscription would make a suitable epitaph ior the subject of this notioc. Mr. Ed. Hatton and other friends, who placed tho remains in tho cars for San An tonio returned to Waco with heavy bossoms, lamenting as warm a heart as ovor ceaBcd to beat touched by the cold hand of tho Angel of Death. Sleeper, Clifton & Co., Ladies' Ox ford Ties 2 Ladies Oxford Tios $2.50, LadieB Ox ford Ties $3. The Cotton Belt will sell a one faro for round trip rato to Hot Springs, Ark., on April 7 and 8 good for re turn until May 10. Tho occasion is the sale by the government of all of its property not occupied by springs or hospital buildings. to Kellum & Lawson, all kinds of real estate. for o SUI'KKIOIUTY. Equality, but trua Superiority all other Blood Itomedioi. Set ovir Mercury enters inio tho composition of many blood medicines, while with othen Iodic! of potash is the principal ingre dient. Both these substances are poisons, and while in soma instances thev lessen the severity of the ravnget of blood r oison, their use in the end are mora urtful than otherwise liwir in mind Dr. John Bull's Sarsapjrnls, ii strictly a veg etable compound, vet its effect on blood DON'T USE filled with poisonous perm matter is Ilk water on the for!.td tongues of a (laming fire. It subdues tho evil instantly, even when other medicines have failed. Again, Bull's Sarsapanllu is frequently used after the system has become poisoned by the use of mercury ni.d potash. It quickly eliminates these mineral poisons from the system, thus preventing and curing mer curial rhoumatitiu, potaih wires, etc. In all syphilitic- and scrofulous afl'ections, Bull's Bamparilla is n true panacea. The tequelw of blood poison, such as ealt rheum, ec.emn, king's evil, ecald head, boils, carbuncle?, 'teh, cores, rheumatism, neuralgia, etc., ull permanently disappear If the use of Hull a liarsaparilla is con tinued a sufllueiit length of time. MERCURY W. A. Smith, l'.iducab, Ky . writes: "1 wan down tick with malarial fever lot over inimtii. The doctor gava me too tnueh calomel and mercury, and when I began to get better rheumatism et In, and my left leg wa made crooked. I thought I would bo a cripple for life, out aa aciiuolat ance got me to use llull'fc Maria purllln.whloh gave me strength and cured my rheuma tism, and now my leg Is ucurfy straight again and I walk on it very readily." AMD POTASH. K. 11. Walton, Cairo, 111., writes: "I ex perienced the horrors of blood poison for four long yearx. I had three running sorei on my body as large u my hand that would never heal, and over a doien smaller ones. My hair and tye-brows and whiskers all came out and 1 looked like a perfect scare crow. 1 became discouraged tryliic medi cine but as a last hnp trid llulra Hartapa rill a. The use of 28 bottles made mc well, but there ara scars on tny body that look Ilka they had been burns. " -Children like I)r. John Hull's Worm Pcstroyers. They ttsta good and never fall to remove worms if there are any rrlc 2S cents. Try them. W"The demand for Hmlth'sTonloHyrup U unequalled by any other chill medlolns Made. My snlsi are immense." P. J Oreber, LresDurg, III. John D. Pawc & Sons, IWiociak Aarntt, via vrt ri 1 to awistvwjH Bt ttAifni n Gfjeap bills. The only cheap lots offered in Waco for tho last fivo years aro thoso now on the market in tho Kirkpatrick Ad dition, East Waoo. These lots aro being sold for one-half their real val uo, making a ohanoo to scouro a do sirablo homo such ns will uovcrooour again. Cheap JLt Thoso lots lio high and dry. Thoy overlook a large portion of tho oity and havo perfect drainage. Thoy ho in tho hoalthiest pnrt of tho city, catch ing tho puro breezes from tho prairie untainted by passage ovor any part of tho city. Cheap IiOts Thoso lots havo tho finest soil, a rich sndy loam, admirablo for par dons, and aro uuderlaid with puro water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen foot, whioh can bo used for irrigation. Cheap JLot. Thoso lots arc closor to tho contor of the oity than any other addition, and at tho same distance lots aro sell ing for three and fivo times tho prioo asked for theso. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or 1'. Q. Kirkpatriok, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho iurkpatriok addition oan obtain them upon application. Rules and Regulations at tho Park Natatorium. Open G a. m. to 10 p. m. closed on Sunday night. Pool reserved for ladies oxclusivoly Wcdnosday evening 2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 0 to 12, Monday night 0 to 10 for ladies and gontlemen, pool party, tub, necdlo, and vapor baths at all hours for pationts and others. Experienced malo and femalo attendants day and night. Tom Paikiitt, Proprietor. J. B. CiiKbNUT, Manager. A Suro Cure for Piles . Itching Piles aro known by mois ture like perspiration, oausing intouso itohing when warm. This form as well us Blind, Blooding or Protrud ing, yiold at onoo to Dr. Bosanko'e Pile Remedy, whioh nots dirootly on parts effected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effeots a permanent euro. 50 cts. Druggists or mail Ciroulars frco. Dr. liosanko, !J2J Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. It Does Not Matter ir McCulloch is Mayor. Tho flios and moEquitoes aro going to be just as bnd. They'll ruin your houso just as quick. So givo us your orders for screens. Knquiro at branoh ofEco of Dallas boreon Co,, at Mo Kcnnon Bro's., & Co. Go to Kellum & Lawson for lota in Provident addition. Mllos' Norvo And Llvor Pills Act on n now prhusljilo rogulatlng the llvor, stomach and bowels through tho norvoH. A now discovory. Dr. miles' Pills spoodlly euro biliousness, bnd tasto, torpid llvoi plies, consti pation. Uncqualod for men. women, inn) children. SmalloHt, inthlest, s tir os t. 60 dosos 25 uunta. Bumplcs froo at H. O Rishor.& Co'h. Drug store 613 AiKitiu avenue McCullocu is Electod And on that account I will sell one pair of shoes to each voter in Waco at Saturday night's auction sale at his own price. Jon S. Yauhrough, 304 and 304 Au'tin Avcnuo m . Subscribers who do not receive their paper will confer .1 favor by re porting so at office, as that is the only way wo can know whether the carriers do thtir duty or not. Carriers not allowed to sell papers under any circumstances. " Ring up tolcphono 250 and ono of tho Artesian Steam Laundry'B beauti ful wagons will call for your wash and return it soon, olean as crystal,, whito as snow and smooth as ivory. All kinds of California wine, the very best quality, at J. A. Early's. Hilt's.' Mens $3 Wear !.. l.n- 4th St. for farms & ranohes Cn I,.- r -