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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY APRIL 9 1892.
n m 11 W.H. WILKES, MD W. O.WlLKEB, MD Residence 120 N 9 Mt Ilesldcnco :I19 N 12 St. DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. JIOOMS II 1'FOVHlEM'llIMHNG. Slate al Old Corner Drug 8toro. Tolepnone st Ofllco unit Residences. R. T- DENNIS & BRO. teujau FUXEIIAIiDIKinOltSEJIllAliMEItS MH Austin Avenue waco, : : : tijxas. Commercial House. Cor. EUjhlh $ Clay Su. Vuly tun liluchs mitilli ofMn. J'lirflr Jl. It iffl- 3P IBEICIiiES. - Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. JOHN H. JERGINS, ARTISTIC Paper-Hanger.PainterGrainer. I'Kici'.s iti:.so.vtiii,i: v Leave orders with O. H. Rosontual No. 307 Austin avenue. Blackwell Hotel. Good beds and best of faro. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 25 cents, 120 Second street, next door to the court house. tf Fine Work. Never in tho history of Waoo was thero ' stock of buggies disnlav- od 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 ioo cream and oonfeotionorios 117 South Fourth street. C5"0 to Kellum & LawEon for lots in Farwells Heights. Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. Sleeper, Clifton & Co., Ladies' Ox ford Tips 2 Ladies Oxford Ties $2.50, Ladies Ox ford Tics $3. CJ-o to Kellum & Lawson, for all kinds of real estate. A Mystery Explained. The papers contains fequent notices of rich, pretty and educated girls eloping with negroes, tramps and coachmen. Tho well known specialist, Dr. Franklin Miles, eays all such girls are more 0 lets hystorical, nervous, very mipulsivo, unbalanced, usually subjeot to headache, neuralgia, sleep lefsness, immoderato crying or laugh ing. These show a weak nervous system for which thero is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine. Trial bottles and a fino book, containing ninny marvelous cures, free at H. C. Richer's, who also sell, and guarantees Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart Cure, tho finest of heart tonics Curoa fluttering, short breath, etc. CrO to Kollum & Lawson 113 S. 4 st. for lots in Col. Height Joe Lehman 1b tho most popular res taurant man in Texas. His placo 1 17 Sontb Fourth etreot. Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Full eett of upper or lowor teeth, $12.50. CrO to Kellum & Lawson 113 S 4th St. for farms & ranches Pry post oak cord wood, $3.50; stove wood $4.50, at Gurley Wood Yard. OEUUi inawmakeyHablt cured at home witn out pain. Book of par- U.M.WOOLLEY.M.tt UMita.tin Office lWKWhitebanai ft Sfe?toW iilli 5PTf 3feV.'-,-r-i7 asSas.-.iii.jrf'? SSfe Millinery Display ! On Tuesday, April 11 ! 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 are 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 FIG- URES. STRICTLY SPOT CASH N. Eighth and Austin. Everybody goes to Joo Lonrnan'e when they want a good meal, or he oroam. Go to Kellum & Lawson for in Pravident addition. lots Fishing taokle ot evory description with a full stock of huntors supplies H. E. A 1B0LDS. $2 Warranted shoes at Hilt Co., 414 Austin street. Egan's black diamonds" will soon give way to "cool comfort," try him ore it is too late. CrO to Kollum & Lawson for lot sin Farwell Heights. I Offer For sovon dayB cash. Will accept highest bid made: 9 aoro garden 1-1 mile oi city lim its. 4 Room new houso on South Twelfth street. G5 aoro garden, 40 acres in fruit trees 3 1-2 miles city limits. I mean business striotly. Am go ing to sell and no mistake. I. C. Mkek. 2 Warranted shoos at Hilt Co., 414 Austin street. rgo So do I, but on a differont subject, My next chss in Practical Book-keop-ing will begin July 5th. As tho number of my pupils is limited I would adviso thoso desiring to take advantage of this class to speak early. Many havo already handed in their names. Thoso wishing to enter olass oan call on me or address me at Provident National Bank. My les sons are at night and do not intcrfero with any other business. My terras are extremely moderate, being only $32.59 for oomplote courso, inoluding books. Payablo half in ad vance and balanco in a note of sixty days. Edwahd Tout, Jr., Tollor Provident Nat'l Bank. Export Aooountant. Soreen doors and windows at tis & Orand, Cur. 1 J-- -M. W JS . AT JLLfV V J V V J Clark Speaks tieo AT THE CAPITOL A Foaturo of tho Campaign served at Ob- HOGG'S HEADQUARTERS. Tho Lend I ni; I'ollt IcIiuin lire Di vided itiitl Sonic or 'I'll fin I.onliiui; far u 'I'lilrd Cnndidiitn ."Mity Iw Won to Clnrlt If IIIn C1uIih lire I'mpcrlr Presented An lutein pent ttevlewor llinMttiiitioitnt.lt ,o w siuihIn. Srierlnl Correspondence. Austin, April S. There are somo fcatuns ol the present political situa tion that have not been discussed iu tho public prints and are only men tioned by crowdB who meet bychauco and fall into politics something- Hire Mr. Silas Megg used to do when tempted by the Muses One of these features is an insatiable longing for another candidate for governor. There arc at present perhaps one third of tho Democracy of the state who want Iiogg a while longer. All of these are not satisfied with him. In fact about one-half of thorn swallow him without a sugar coating the other fraction are inclined to try him a full four 3 ears, in order to give him a chance to redeem himself from the glaring and almost unpardonable mis takes that ho has made in the bhort timo that he has been in office. This one sixth are the activo adminis tration leaders, who havo boon drawn together by a feeling of gratitude for sotne offiue bestowed, or by being in the original movement which was in spired by bigotry and fanaticism. Chief among this latter class are tho majority of tho members of tho houso of representatives who rre always subtervicnt to his lll-disgested suggestions on legislation. This one- third disposed of, by the rule of frac tions thero in left over two-thirds. Of thcBO one-third favor Judge Clark, and their loyalty to him ib as strong as hooks ol steel. Thev favor him for his conservative statesmanship, his moral courage and his knowledgo of the actual as contradistinguished from imaginary needs of a largo and com plex people. The other third is composed of men who are opposed to Hogg because of his culpable polioy of rule or ruin, to onumerate which becomes tamo and monotonous. They are not satisfied at present with Judge Clark. As this moiety is composed of men of ac knowledged intelligpnce, they would be evidently reached by such argu ments as arc current and unanswer able in favor of Judge Clark. As a rnlo these men will support him in in proferenco to Hogg, but aro con stantly calling for a candidato that will fill their idea of tho present de mands of tho people. To be moro specifio, there are Senators Burnoy, Olark and Carter, who would either one support Col. Dave Culberson in preference to any ono who is likely to be put forward. Thoro is but little doubt but that Col. Culberson could startle the political world from center to oiroumferonce. Tho vote that would gravitate toward Col. Culberson as naturally as water seeks its level, is that fraotion who aro supporting Gov ernor Hogg from foreo of habit and who aro not disposed to turn in the direction of his opponent who is a radical sntipode. They would be willinrr to disregard the prcccdont of giving a governor his socond term for the plcasuro of an allegiance to old Dave. Men liko Carter, of Fort Worth, and Capt. Jim Clark aro itch ing for a ohanco to support this grand old Democrat. As it looks now Col Culbernon will not run, and in tho event ho positively rofuses, after be ing properly approached, tho largo majority of suoh men of whom tho abovo named gontlemen as a type will bo very apt to take to Judge Clark. The pot is boiling and tho political witohps witches aro putting fresh mixtures in the smoking cauldron. As matters look now tho civil court of appeals bill is in danger of being left incomplete, and thus tho soleotions made for tho location of theso courts a nullity. Tho senato ohose Galveston, Fort Worth and San Antonio. The house concurred, except as to San An tonio and substituted Austin. Tho bill, as amended, must come buok to the senato, and tho friends of San An tonio are very muoh disposed to bo obstinately bent on sticking to their candidato. With tho situafon in this tangle, and the near approaoh to tho olono of tho extra session, thoro is a mighty good chance of the matter be ing neglected to the Twenty-third leg islature Senators Garwood and Stephens havo been oallcd homo on account of sioknesa in their families, and any further aotion on tho International receivership investigation ' hap been postponed until now in tho hope that they oould both roturn. Sonator Gor woodd lives at a convenient distanco and can bo oallcd to the'capital at any time. Both of those absent senators favor the minority report, one of thorn being it arthor. Thoso who nro favorubly disposed toward Judgo Mo Cord contend that they aro willing to oonsidor Ins case by addrcBs in oider to give him an opportunity to make his own defense in a manner similar to the caso of Judge Willis of tlio Panhandle country, who defended him self miccesefu ly against tho boldest and most unrelenting prosecution of Attorney General Hogg in tha Twen tieth legislature It matters very lit tlo now whether the senate takes anv aotion or not the country has already p-issed its condemnation upon his of ficial acts. Senator Mark Townsend oallcd the matter up today and it was mado the special order for tomorrow evening ot 3 o'clock p, ni. Col. Gerald thiuks that tho houso may adopt the minority report, but this prediction is not concurred in by your cofrespondent. THE NEW SEWER. Tho Route Followed From Jones to Austin Streets. Many who read the city council re port yesterday do not know the route of the proposed hewer iVom Jones to Austin street. The plan for this sewer is truly fearfully and wonderfully made. The route chosen, with all due courtesy to our efficient city engineer, is about such a one a young couple would choose on going home some night and desiring to go tho nearest way. From the Jones street connection with the First street main the sewer will run up Jones and its continuation with Dutton Street to Eleventh street, thence up the a ley between Eleventh and Twelfth to Jackson street. Here it turns west as far as Sixteenth street, thenco up that street "o Aus in. This is theroute for the cons' ruction of which the mayor is authorized to advertise for bids. The complete sewer as planned will have about twenty five laterals from one to live blocks in length each. T his sewer, according to the system cf which it will be a part will not end at Austin avenue, but will be extended to Washington on Sixteenth street, and then out to Eighteenth street. From that point it will take a westernly di rection to tho city limits. Tlu part to be immediately built in the southern part of the city is badly needed and will be a godsend to the people living in what is known as "the flats" where tho drdinage is poor. ELECTRIC CAR VS. A HORSE. Tho Horso Comes Out Winner Tho .Car Smashed No Ono Hurt. Yesterday afternoon at about 6.30, as car No 21 of the University lie t was going down Fourth street, it col lided with Mr John Moore's big grey hcrse. The horse is not a fraid of the cars but frightened at something in tho gutter and backed upon the track just in front of the rapidly moving car The crowd on the car were shaken up but no one was hurt The horre quickly got off of the (rack, en tirely unhurt, strange to stato. The car was the worst damaged of all. The brake rod, gate and dash were bended nearly to the floor ol the front platform and the wooden railing on top of the dash was br ken. llow the car came to be so badly damaged and the horse or ridsr not at at all, is a mystery to all who saw the accident. The motorneer, Mr A. J. Mad Jen, stopped the car as quickly as was possible and. no doubt, averted by his quick work a serious, if not fatal, accident. A Sure Cure for Plies. Itohing Piles are known by mois turo liko perspiration, causing intoriBo itohing when warm. This form as well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud ing, yield at onoo to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, whioh acts dirootly on parts efleoled, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and e fleets a permanent euro. 50 ots. Druggists or mail Circulars freo. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B Morrison & Co. $2 Warranted shoes at Hilt Co., 4I4 Austin street. Tho largest stock of screen doors and windows at Curtis & Orand'a. A Big Fight On Austin streot in pricos of cheap groceries Strictly For Cash. No deviation from this rulo undor under any circumstanocs. 18 pounds grnnulatcd sugar $1; 51bs green coffee $1, 4 packages co-ITco 9O0. 1 doz. 300 uiHtehes for 23o Star to bacco 4f)o., Tinsley N. L. tobacco 65o. Best pat. flour $1.40, meal 55o , 25 bars good laundry BOap $1. 21b. tomatoes !)5c. por doz,, 31b. to matoes.?! 30 per doz., 231bs beans $1. Best uncanvhssed hams lis , bran $1 per hundred. Many othor articles too numerous to mention but all goods in my storo at prices in proportion, lleniembcr mo and bring your cash and save riiouoy. J. T. UI AMBERS, Gil Austin street. The onl'y cheap lotB offered in Waco for tho last fivo years aro thoso now on the markot in the Kirkpatrick Ad dition, East, Waoo. Thcbc lots aro being Bold for ono-half thoir real val ue, making a ohnnoo to scouro a de sirable home such as will uover occur again. Cheap JLots. These lots Ho high and dry. Thoy overlook a large portion of tho oity and havo perfect drainage. They lio in tho healthiest part of tho city, catch ing tho pnro breezes from tho prairie untainted by passage over any part of tho city. Cheap IiOt Thoso lots havo tho finest soil, a rich sindy loam, admirablo for gar dens, and aro underlaid with puro wator in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen foot, whioh can bo used for irrigation. Cheap Lots Thoso lots aro olosor to tho center of the oity than any other addition, and at tho samo distance lots are sell ing for throo and fivo times tho prico asked for theso. Thero is millions in it for persoiiB of small means. Call on Mrs. or P. G. Kirkpatrick, southwost oorncr Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho ivirkpatriok addition can obtain them upon application. For This Weok Only. 30 clothes pins, 5o 100 pokor chipe, 30o. Gallon nil oan,20o Chopping bowl lOo Chopping knife, 50 Muflin, pan lUo Dress shields lOo Pressed wash pan, 2oo. Sauco pan and cover, lfo. PIubIi album, 50o 0 lamp wicks, Oo Bowl and pitoher, (J5o. Wood bucket, 16o Good busponders, lOo. Photo frames, lOo Nut oraokors, lOo Bread box, 40c Sugar bucket, 35o Knifo box lOo Quart dipper, 5o Covered sauco pan 10c. Hanging baskot, 2U0. Sprinklers 25c Quart pitchers,10o Wire baskots, lOo 4 gallon cup, 5o Child's tray 15a 3-gal. bucket, 20o Dinnoi buoket,20o Colleo mill, 30ol CummingB' 5 and 10 cent store, 703 Auatin ave., between Seventh and Eighth street. Rules and Regulations at tho Park Natutorluni. Open C a. m. to 10 p. m. olosed on Sunday night. Pool reserved for ladies exclusively Wednesday evening 2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 9 to 12, Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and gontlomcn, pool party, tub, noodle, and vapor baths at all hours for pationts and others. Esperionocd male and fomalo attendants day and night. Tom Padoitt, Proprietor. J. B. CiiEhNUT, Managor. Milos' Norvo And LIvor Pills Aot on a now principle regulattiip tho llvor, 8 tomaon and bowels through the nerves. A now dlscovory. Dr. miles' PHI b speedily euro biliousness, bad taste, torpid livoi piles, consti pation. TJnerjualed for 111011. women, and children. Bmallout, mildest, sur oat. 60 doses 26 cents, Bamplea free at H. O Rlflhor.A Go's. Drug store 618 Auwtln a von ue Good mixed tea 25 cents a lb., at J. A. Eakly's.