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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY APRIL 8 1892.
4 W.II. WILKK8, MD KoBldencelaONOHt. W. O. WILKES, MD Keeldenco :i(,9 N 12 St. DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. IIOOJIS IN rr.OVl)EM'liUI.l)lNQ. SUto st Old Cornor Drug Store. Telepnono nt ODlco and Residence!. B. T- DENNIS & BRO. XfliKUf? tf"y, iTtiJ wil ifjtiif? tF n n 1 1 1 ijlil T. Millinery Display! THE CITY COUNCIL. a iiM; noAicn iMtr.sr.vr MCI IT. LAST .Somo IiitorcHtlnir ami Import mil ItoKiiliitlon l'rekontod A Starl- II I1C TclCjrrUlU KolltillO IlllNillCkH, FUKEKAL DIKECTOKSEMIIALMEKS .SI 8 Anmhl Aveimo. WACO, TBXAS, Commercial House, Cor. Eighth cf day Sis. Only iro bUirltn smith of Mo. I'ncljlc 11.11 Depot. tsr f iBsaciEs.-ei Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Ml?S. N. H. KlRKPATRICK. JOHN II. JEItGINS, AUTISTIC Paper-Hanger,PainterJjGrainer. mucks hi:asoauli:. Leave ordorB with O. H, Rosenthal No. 307 AuBtln avenuo. Oq Tuesday, April 12ih ! Blackwell Hotel. Good beds and best of fare. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 25 oents, 120 Second street, next door to the court Iioubo. tf We cordially invite the Ladies of Waco and vicinity to call and examine our Display of Milli nery Goods and Trimmed Hats, and critically compare our work and prices with that of other houses. We make no pretensions at formal openings which are expensive luxuries that patrons must pay for but arc anxious to demon strate that First-class Millinery can be sold at 50 per cent, less than is usually charged. Orders executed on short notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. We arc showing very complete assortments in all Departments and ask the patronage of the public strictly upon the merits of our goods and prices. ONE PRICE IN PLAIN URES. STRICTLY SPOT CASH FIG- Fine Work. Never in tho history of Waoo was there 1 stock of buggies display ed as can be found at Tom Padgitt'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 oonfeotioncrioB 117 fitroet. ioo orcam and South Fourth HJIstroKo N. Eighth and Austin. Everybody goes to Joe Lonman'e whon they want a good moal, or he oroam. o' 0 ivellum & Lawson lor lots in Farwells Hoights. Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth strcot. Sleeper, Clifton & Co., Ladies' Ox ford Tics 2 Ladies Oxford Tios $2.50, Ladies Ox ford Ties $3. The Cotton Belt will sell a ono faro for round trip rato to Hot Springs, Ark., on April 7 and S good for re turn until Way 10. The occasion is tho sale by the government of all of its property not occupied by springs or hospital buildings. r to Kellum & Lawson, for all kinds of real eetftto. Go to Kellum & Lawson for in Pravident addition. lots JT1 to Kellum & Lawson 113 S". ITO'lst. for lots in Col. Heights. Egan's blaok diamonds" will soon give way to "cool comfort," try him ore it is too late. Dry post stove wood Yard. oak cord wood, $3.50; $4.50, at Gurley Wood Hilt's Mens $3 Wear shoes best on earth, A Mystery Explained. The papers contains fequent notices of rich, protty and educated girls doping with negroes, tramps and coaohmon. The well known specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all suoh girls are more 0 less hysterical, nervous, very impulsivo, unbalanced; usually subject to headaohe, neuralgia, sleep lessness, immodorato oryiDg or laugh ing. Thoso show a woak nervous system for which there is no remedy equal to Rcstorativo Nervine. Trial bottles and a fine book, containing many marvelous ouree, free at H. C. Richer's, who also sell, and guarantees Dr. Miles' celebrated Now Heart Cure, tho fineBt of heart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. Had Not Slept For Years. Mr. A. Jackson, an old resident of Rusk, Texas, and manager of tho magnificent now Hotel at Rusk, in forms us ho had not slopt at night for years oxocpt 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 roliovcd of his Cough and his rest improved to suoh a de gree that he could sleep soundly all night; Mr. Jaokson states: "I re gard Ballrd'a 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 oocsider it the best Cough Syrup in tho world for children. My Lungs are now stronger than thoy have beon for years. This Syrup is very sooth ing to tho throat aud lungs." Sold by H, 0. Risher & Co. rfSTI to Kollum & Lawson 113 S. -1 VtWtf'st. for lots in Col. Height Joo Lohman is tho most popular res taurant man in Texas. His plaao 1 17 South Fourth streot. Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full ett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. (xO to Kollum & Lawson 113 S. 4th St. for farms & ranohes CrO 1 m I Ofifei to Kollum & Lawson for lot sin Farwoll Heights. For seven days cash. Will aocept highest bid made: 9 aero garden 1-1 mile of city lim its. 1 Room new houso on South Twolfth strcot. 65 acre eardon. 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. Tho city oounoil was called to order at 8.10 by Mayor McCulloch with a full board of alderman present at roll oall. Tho minutes ot last meeting wcro 1 read and upon motion of Alderman Herbort adopted, Aldcrtnan-eleot Slaughter was on hand and seemed to pay strict atten tion to the work in whioh he will here after bo direotly interested us a mem ber of tho oounoil. Alderman Herbort moved that the minutes of tho special mteting be ap proved. Carried. A potition cf J. W. Barrett request ing that Washington 6treet from Six teenth to Seventeenth bo improved, was read. Reforrcd to streot cotmnitteo and city engineer upon motion of Alder man Baker. Petition of thirty citizens of South First that J. J. Jergin bo appointed special polioeman on that boat was read. Upon motion of Alderman Baker tho petition was referred to the mayor. Public Weigher R. N. Palmer made his annual report showing 4,5)17 loads weighed. Received and filed. Tho city secretary reported $82rf.00 in fines assessed in the mayors court ior the past quarter and $04q2.50 for the fiscal year just passed, $286 40 colleoted as bawdy house lioenses for tho quarter and $1206. 50 for the year; oconpation lioeneos $2720.05 for tho quarter and $11761.40 for tho year. Adopted and ordorod filed. Tho city marshall reported $829 in fines assessed during tho quarter, of whioh 585.35 were paid in, $20G 65 worked out and $di lost escapes. Roferred to financo committco. Tho city tax collector report the aggregate amount collected during the quartor, from all souroes of $112, 04q.16 and tho same amount deposit ed to the credit of tho various funds. Approved and ordered filed. Alderman Hawkins reported on a number ol bills payablo approved and unapproved which were read. The account ot Dr. Charles A. Dreis for medical sorvicos rendered Mary Walters, upon motion, after muoh discussion, was ro-rcferred to tho finance committee. Upon motion of Alderman West tho regular order of business was sus pended that the roturns of election might bo received. The judges came forward and were sworn to the fact that the returns had been in their hands all the time since oast, and had not been opened or altered. Moved by Alderman Payne that a committee of three be appointod to examine the roturns; carried. Tho mayor appointed Aldermen Baker. JoneB and Gribble as tho committee A recess was taken till tie com mittee was ready to report. Tho report was mado which talliod with that already published in The News Alderman Herbert made a motion that tho officers-elect bo installed at the next regular meeting. Alderman Laoy raised tho point that tho ordinances prescribed that tho installation should tako place at tho last regular meeting in April. Alderman Brinkerhoff explained that tho ordinance was mado when there were only two meetings in a month. It was intended that tho in stallation should tako plaoo lit tho next meeting aftor their olection re turns had been oanvassed and thoir election certified. Alderman Horbert's motion was carried. An uncertified bill of tho Bell Water company for wator at tho hospital was ordered paid after somo diBouBsion. A potition for damages for tho kill ing of a horse by an elcctrio car on Austin avenue was roferred to tho city attorney and financo committco A number of small bills for wator at the bridge, taking acknowledgements and the like woro ordered paid. Tho bill of tho Waco Gas company was referred to tho gas committee for investigation. A bill camo up that had been be fore tho oounoil for several months. It was for some timber used off of land purchased by tho oity which time ber was reserved by tho soller of tho land. After much disoussion tho account was allowed and ordered paid. Tho bills of the judges and clerkB for holding tho election were present ed and ordered paid. Tho regular monthly bills wero read and ordered paid. Sovcral different accounts consisting of estimates of public work, tcaohor's salary, streot purchases and the liko, whioh had been paid by tho mayor during the month woie approved. On of tho Waco and NorthwcBtern bonds whioh had been sent to the city treasurer w.ib ordorod paid. Tho following telegram was read by Aldorman Hawkins. MiiiWAUKiiit, Wis, April 4. Finance Commlt- w. 1: tee HawltiiiB, Chairman Waco, Tex. and that alderman of tho ward on tho street committee. Aldirmnn Herbert made n motion tlat the suspension bridge be made a police beat, but was lost for want of a second. The council then adjournod at 11:45. 41 - k'1M'VI.?4'? " WonTII A GUINEA A DOX." S - n A box vf Wo arc tins morning in roocipt of a, lottor saying that it is reported that an issue of Waco city eight per cent bonds which fell due November first I89O of $12,000 has not yet been paid is this true? Has tha city do laulted or is it now in default on nrinoipal or interest of any bonds heretofore issued. H. L. 1'AMiEit, President. This had tho eilect of arousing tho anger of 'ho aldermen and particular ly ot Alderman Laoy. This gentlo man aroso and condemned in most bittor terms any ot.e who would make suoh a stab at the fair name of the oity. The bonds in question are tho Waco and Northwestern bonds of which $68,000 have boon paid and $42,000 remain yet unpaid. After a long disoussion it was re ferred to a special committee compos ed of Alderman Laoy, Jones aud Brinkerhoff for investigation. Alderman Hawkins then ollered the following resolution. I would respectfully reooomraend to you honorable body that the ordi nance committco be heroby requested to prepare an ordiiiunco repealing thoso ordinances creating the cilice ot assistant oity secretary and street commissioner and that tho duties of tho street commissioners bo transferred to tho city engineer. W. E. Hawkins, Chairman Finance Committee. The bids for building bridges across Waco oreok at First street were road and awarded to W. H. Graves at $570. The bill of W. E. Jackson for con structing the sanitary tewer south of Clay street was accopted and tho award so mado. The mayor was ordered to advor tiso for bids for tho construction of a sanitary sewer from Jones to Austin street. The city attorney reported in favor refunding to Mr." J. C. Wobb the amount paid by him as taxes more than should have been assessed. On motion tho roport was adopted. The report of the sanitary officer in rcforonco to tho slaughter houses was read. Tho butchers propose to eroct an abbattoir on sanitary principlos, provided they wero protected in their investment. Koferrod to the sanitnry committee. I 1 Tho petition of Mr. A. D. Adams lor the return of czcetsive taxes paid by him camo up. The city attor ney had reported in favor of not re turning the money and tho mayor vetoed it. The question camo up to sustain tho mayors veto and return tho money to Mr. Adams and tho mayor was authorized to pay tho money. The report of city engineer in re forenoo to tho Elm stroot storm water sewer in East Waco was read and adopted. A resolution to build an iron fenoe in front of tho Oakwood cemetery was read. Tho fund to bo drawnon is known us tho Oakwood fund and can only bo used for the improvement of tho cemetery. It was referred to the pub ho improvement and cemetery com mittee with poner to aot. The following was then road by Alderman Hawkins. Resolved, That the presont inter est of tho oity demands and wo heroby request tho City Attornoy J. F. Flint to present his resignation to the mayor at onoo. W. E. Hawkins. Tho resolution elicited a great amount of disoussion, both pro and 0011. A motion was mado to rofer it to the ordinance committee This was violently objected to by Aldorman West, chairman of thut committee. It was, finally referred to a speoial committee consisting of Aldormon Herbert, Brinkorhoff and Baker. Tho matter of loaning out the sink ing fund wub referred to the financo committee for report at the next meet ing. Alderman Hawkins presented a resolution for distributing the work of tho street force in each ward. Tho plan was to have tho forco work one week in a ward unlets called else where by an emorgenoy. Tho work to . tsu uiiuwt mv. HUjivtuoiuu U4 LJIW tlliXJXJl w Ttmsi& 4.Ml ff(I&! tSKrWpKM J 1 1 vitriGS:'.; rrr J I wHf BEECHAM'S! PILLS 'J 1..? constitute, nj family infill-4 clno chest Ji Slrli llrnil , tirir, !iiik2 4.-1... ....! y vrtlle. II (till mid I'd in Ins ihrStonnicli,$ i.n... V- ....... -j- . ...i' ... " ' 7 nin.lii, Oilil Vlttllf, l'lusliliifii o'g J Unit. Sliortnwt of llnntli, Vmllrriiins,Z 5 lllotchrt 011 the Sltln, IHstitrlinl Mvji,5 ?mf ( nn-miK mid trinihlliifi hciii.J j5J,iiniro rrtirml by tniip fic 7W5 Covered with a Tasteloss and Solublo Coaling S Ofnll.lniuclKt" l'rlcn a. cent" 11 boi S Now Y01 k Dopot. 805 Cmml HI. Cheap mh The onl cheap lots offered in Waoo for the lftBt five years aro thoso now on the market in tho Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waoo. These lots aro being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a ohanoo to scouro a do sirablo homo such as will never occur again. Cheap JLot. Theso lots lie high and dry. Thoy overlook a large portion of tho oity aud havo porfect drainage. They Ho in tho healthiest part of tho city, oatoh ing tho puro breezes from tho prairie untainted by passago over any part of tho city. Cheap Lot. Theso lots have tho finest soil, a rich swdy loam, admirablo for gar dons, and aro underlaid with puro wator in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteon and sixteen foot, whioh oan bo used for irrigation. Cheap ILofs These lots arc closer to tho contor of the oity than any other addition, and at tho saino distance lots nro soil ing for three and flvo times tho price asked for theso. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or P. O. Kirkpntriok, Bouthwost oorncr Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho ivirkpatriok addition oan obtain them upon application. Rules and Regulations at tho Park Natatorlum. Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. in. closed on Sunday night Pool reserved for ladies oxcluHively Wednesday evening 2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 9 to 12, Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and gontlomcn, pool perty, tub, necdlo, and vapor baths at all hours for patients and others. Experienced male and fcmalo attendants day and night. Tom Pa do itt, Proprietor. J. B. OmchNUT, Manager, A Suro Curo for PHos. Itching Piles are known by mois turo liko porspiration, causing intonso itohing when warm. This form as well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud ing, yield at onco to Dr. Bosauko's rile nomeuy, wnioh aots uirootly on paits effected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a pcrmanont euro. 50 cts. Druggists or mail Ciroulars free Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. It Does Not Matter lr McCulloch Mayor. Tho flics and mosquitoes aro going tobojuBtas bad. They'll ruin your houso just aa quick. So givo us your ordors lor soreenB. Enquire at branoh oflico of DallaB boreon Co,, at Mo Konnon Bro's., & Co. Go to Kollum & Lawson for lota in Provident addition. Miles' Nerve And LIvor Pills Aot on a now principle regulating thellvor, Btomaoliaud bowels thrdflgh tho norvos. A now discovery. Dr. miles' Pills spoodlly euro biliousness, bad taste, torpid llvoi pllos, consti pation. Unoqualed for inon. women, and children. Smallest, ralldosr, mir ost. 60 doses 26 contw. Samples free at H. O Itlshor & Co's. Drug storo613 Auntln uvonue mjm