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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 12 1892.
W. H, WILKES. M D
Residence 120 N 9 tit
W. O. WILKES, MD
Residence :1GU N 12 St.
DRS WILKLS & WILKES
Physicians and Surgeons.
ROOMS IN MOVJDKNTIUMMNG.
Blato at Old Corner Drug Store. Telepnone
at Office nnd Residences.
R. T. DENNIS & BRO.
.118 Austin Avenue.
waco, : : : texas.
Cor. Eighth $ Clay Sis.
Only ttro Mocka touth of 3Ia. J'acljle 11,11
S&- F IBSTCIASS."9i
Terms reasonable. Commercial
Travel especially solicited.
Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick.
JOHN II. JEHGINS,
Leave orders with C. II. Rosenthal
No. 307 Austin avenue.
Good beds and best of fare. Rates
$1.00 per day. Meals 25 cents, 120
Second stroot, next door to the court
Rules and. Regulations at the Park
Opon G a. m. to 10 p. m. closed on
Sunday night. Pool reserved for
ladies exclusively Wednesday eveniDg
2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 9 to 12,
Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and
gentlemen, pool party, tub, needle, and
vapor baths at all hours for pationts
and others. Experienced male and
female attendants day and night.
Toji Padgitt, Proprietor.
J. B. Chesnut, Manager.
to Kellum & Lawson for
lots in Farwolls Heights,
The best restaurant in towu, Joe
Lohman's, No. 117 South Fourth
Sleeper, Clifton & Co., Ladies' Ox
ford Tins 2
Ladies Oxford Ties $2.50, Ladies Ox
ford Tic? $3.
to Kellum & Lawson, for
all kinds of real estate.
A Mystery Explained.
The papers contains fequent notices
of rich, protty and eduoated girls
eloping with nogroes, tramps and
coachmen. The well known specialist,
Dr. Franklin Mile?, Bays all such girls
are more 0 r less hysterical, nervous,
very impulsivo, unbalanced; usually
subject to headache, neuralgia, sleep
lessness, immoderate oryiDg or laugh
ing. Theso show a weak nervous
system for which there is no remedy
equal to Restorative Nervino. Trial
bottles and a fine book, containing
many marvelous oures, free at H. C.
Richer's, who also sell, and guarantees
Dr. Miles celebrated New Heart
Cure, tho finest of heart tonics. Cures
fluttering, short breath, etc.
to Kellum & Lawson 113 S. -1
' st. for lots in Col. Height
Joo Lehman is tho most popular res
taurant man in Texas. His place
1 17 South Fourth streot.
Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full
sett of upper or lowor teeth, $12.50.
gPI tf t0 Kollum & Lawson 113 S.
W 9 4th St. for farms & randies1
Dry post oak cord wood, $3.50;
stove wood $4.50, at Gurley Wood
(JT Warranted shoes at Hilt &
dSt Co., 4I4 Austin street.
Tho largest Stock of screen doors
and windows at Curtis & Orand s.
Ou Tuesday, April 12lli!
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
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 are 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 Lenman's
when thoy want a good meal, or he
to Kellum & Lav eon for lots
in Pravident addition.
If you want to see tho World's Fair
see Ray Napicrs' display of cigars at
Contentment ui Homo bottcv
than Itiehesi Aiu'oari.
As the evening shadows darken mora
leply the glimmering: twilight of a mid
winter day, tho curtains arc drawn, the
shutters closed, tho lumps are lit, the cotl
In the grate piled higher, the t'asy chain
drawn nearer to the open lire, and th
queenly wife, with her beauteous babo in
her anus, awaits the coming of her hus
band and protector. The children, too,
await a father's coming witli eager appe
tites, for well they know his arrival will
signal the ringing of tho supper bell.
How warm and pleasant it is indoors this
clear, cold night. What enjoyment of
peace and contentment hovers around the
family fireside. All! here is happiness.
fiat here coues Pit, his features lit up
with a kindly smile, beneath which, how
ever, can bo seen a trace of sullering.
Overwork, care and anxiety is breaking
down his constitution, He don't sleep'
well, he don't eat well, he don't feel well.
His stomach feels weal:, his kidneys feel
sore, he aches all over. No, he says he
don t want any supper, pays lie feels tired
and will go to bed. Alas, he is a sick
man. The morning finds him too ill to
go to his office; a doctor is bent for, says
he needs rest, and jiecds it badly. Says
he needs a good tonic. Recommends Dr.
John Bull's Sarsapanlla. Knows the com
position of this remedy, and advises his
patient against taking any other. Ha
uses this remedy, quickly recuperates, and
every one is happy. When you feci weak
and debilitated, when your system craves
a tonic, when eating gives you distress and
your digestion causes pain, when your
back aches and your kidneys seem to be
wasting away, take Dr. John Hull's Sarsa
parilla and it will givo you health and
Edward V. Maiming, Newport, Ky..wrlteK
" For a year my health had been fulling. I
lost flesh and strength. My weigh t decrease
from ISO lbs. to HS lbs. I Buffered excruciating-
pain in my back and loins, and rheu
matism In my left leg made mo a cripple.
I was advised to try Dr. Bull's Sarsaparflla,
and used In all about ten bottles. From Vht
start I calnod In flesh and Improved In every
way. Now again I feel once more myself.
I sincerely believe It saved my life."
ar-Ne;lectlnr a child troubled with worraa
Is cruel. Cllve it Dr. John Bull's Worm De
stroyers. They taste good, are safe, and only
cost 23 cents.
see-"Less than one bottle of Bmlth'sTonle
Syrup cured me of chilli and fever." O. D.
Clarke, Frankfort, Mo.
John D. Pare t Sons, WhoktaU Agnb.,
l7Simandn1, sycamore St, Cincinnati,
THE CAPTAINS OF THOUSANDS
And the Captains of Hundreds
Gather Together to Declaro
ALLEGIANCE TO THEIR CHIEF
And Set Forth Their Principles,
Proclaim Their Faith in the
Democracy of Texas,
THE JUDGMENT OF HER PEUPLE
.Vint the ItlirlitooiiNiicsN of Tlioir
CiiliNn-TI10 1'ntrlots or Ola Who
Arc KmlmrriihNcil tiyn Confederate
Record from tho Run!, Went, North
and South, Proclaim Their I'culty
to tho Cuiiso of True Democracy
mid Their ItotcNlatioii of Ilcnia
troiriicry Cront I2iithiiiuMiii avIioii
tho Waco Giant is i:cnrtcl to tho
ItoNtrtllli IIIn Speech in full
Notes mid PortionulN.
At 10 o'olook this morning tho bluo
room of the city hall was about half
fillod with delegates from various parts
of the state. This, notwithstanding
tho announcement yestorday and thiB
morning, that tho meeting would not
bo called to order until 12 o'clock.
The peoplo who had gathered wore
enthusiastic and impatient to begin
the gtand demonstration for which
they met, and at a few minutos past 10
a. m. H. C. Maok of MoKinney,
moved that Hon. Howdy Martin be
invited to address tbo mooting.
The old patriot from East Texas pro
tested but Hon. W. II Lessing
gatherod him by the arm and leading
him to the-rostrum introduced him as
his old comrade in arms and ono of
the bravest and gallant leaders of
Ex-Congressman Martin spoke
only a low minutes but his vigorous
blows against tho present administra
tion and its disastrous effects upon the
stato and his eloquont praiso of Goorgo
Clark brought a vorypandimouium of
Hon. H. P. Brown of Johnson
county was next introduced, and de
livered one of tho most eloquont and
telling speeches over dolivered in
Waco. It was short but was every
word and sentence appreciated and
Mr. Lessing named Major Goroo as
a man who was embarrassed by a con
federate record and loud calls brought
that gentleman to tho rostrum. His
speech was interesting and was libe
At tho conclusion of Major Goree's
spoeoh Judge Aldridgc of
Dallas was discovered in
tho audience and the audience went
wild with oallsj for Aldridgo. Tho
speech of Judge Aldridgc was mas
terly, and like his speech at Dallas,
was an appeal to the reason and com
mon sonso of tho peoplo and tho ap
plause was almost continuous. In tho
courso of his speech ho alluded to tho
speech of G. B. Gorald before tho
houso of representatives on tho Inter
national and Great Northern receiver
ship case as the grandest phillippics
over delivorod in tho' capital of Texas.
This splendid compliment to Waco's
candidate for congress brought forth
loud and vociferous applause
whioh was continued for full threo
minutes without interuption.
flon. Dudloy G. Wootcn was tho
next spoakci and his eloquent arraign-'
ment of tho Hogg administration was
Mr. R. G. Stroot of Galveetonwas
introduood to the audionco at tho
conclusion of Hon. Dudloy Wootcn's
speech and entertained them dosing
by reading a telegram stating that
Wheeler county tho first to hold its
convention has instructed for Georgo
Clark. This announcement brought
deafening cheers and in the pandomo
niuni hats went up and a gavel
in tho hands of Mr. James II.
Quarles, editor of tho Fayette County
Democrat, flow off tho handle and hit
a delegate just above the Clark badgo.
General Geo. B. Zimploman was
called out and after disclaiming any
ability as a speaker, related his ex
perience at Ausin when Coko was in
augurated, stating that Georgo Clark
was thore,- but there wero some of his
traducers who had business elsowhere
when the criiiscamo (a voice, "Tcrroll"
for instance) Ho closed bv' statins
that Georgo Clark would statJ out with
80,000 German Demooratsin Texas
and ho was going to win
Col. Gibson of Limestone county,
was called and made an elegant specoh
on behalf of the truo Democratic ad
ministration of tho state government
and denied that the present governor
had so administered it.
Capt. 0. M. Itogors of Travis
county, candidate for lieutenant gov
ernor on tho Clark ticket, was called
and ontortained tho audionco in a very
acceptable manner. Somebody called
for tho cat story and Capt. Honors told
tho story, to the delight of tho audi
ence. Mr. J. P. Woldert of Tyler was
actually carried to the Btatid and mado
a short talk.
At its closo on motion of Col.
Street, of Galvoston; tho following
committee was appointed to escort
Judgo George Clark to tho hall: Col,
Street, of Galveston, Col. Nunn, of
Cfookott, Zimpleman of Austin,
Woolen, of Dallas, and Woldert, of
While tho oommitteo was out Gen
Felix Robertson road the oall for tho
meeting. General Robertson road a
long lottor from Hon. W, H. Herndon
endorsing Georgo Clark for governor.
Hon. II. ' P. Brown, of
.lonhson county, nominated
for temporary chairman and
fore the name was called tho commit
tee returned escorting Judge Clark.
The audionoo went wild with enthusi
asm. Huts' went up and men jumpod
up after thorn, yell after yell rent
the air and soveral walking canes
wero broken pounding on tho floor.
When ordor was restored, which was
only after somo of tho most enthusi
astic wero exhausted, Col. Brown fin
ished his nominating speech and
when tho son of the old hero
of San Jacinto was named
pandimonium roigned again. Gen
oral Robertson introduocd the chair
man who was oleoted unanimously
and tho Hon. Templo Houston an
nounced his gratification at tho honor
confercd and said ho was ready for
business. Calls for Clark brought tho
"Little Giant" to tho front of the plat
form who mado a short speeoh allud
ing fcolingly to tho grand demonstra
tion and between yells assuring his
friends of his confidence in them and
tho causo ho was representing.
Judgo Clark spoko as followers:
My Fellow Citizens: I wish I
had language sufficient to convoy to
you my high appreciation of this, tho
proudest moment of a not unovontful
iifo. I feel that I stand here today
representing tho best hopes and the
purest aspirations of tho Democrats of
Texas. I feel that thore has been in
trusted to my bands tho spotless flag
of a truo Democracy, around which
clusters the best hopes and the best
prayers of tho peoplo of Texas. I beg
to remind you, my friends, what you
may perhaps already know, that my
candidacy for governor iB not a candi
dacy of self-seeking. I am horo to say
to you, what perhaps, many oi you
already know, that I entered reluc
tantly upon this canvass and only in
obedience to tho behests of what 1 re
gard as the best Democrats of tho
state. But having entered it, I am
here to carry the flag. Let me say to
you, that so long as I
havo that flag, that it shall bo carried
far in front of tho battlo; and when
tho issuo is joined, as it soon jnust be
joined, I shall stand representing you
and tho best thought and the bast
feeling of tho Democratio party, of
Texas, domanding and swearing, by
tho eternal, we Fhall have Democratio
government. (A voice, "You are
rightl") When I look into tho faces
of this crow I know 1 am all right,
But, my friends, amidst this enthusi
asm, which is most gratifying to me,
and ought to bo and is to ovory lover
of Texas, lot us romomber that there
is work ahead, and work cannot be
accomplished successfully without
porfoct organization. Lot mo urgo
upon you hero and today to rcmembor
that wo are confronted by a vigilant
foo, and that it behooves ovory Demo
crat in Texas to sco to it, that in his
county, and every prcoinot in his
county, thoro shall bo 'perfeot,
thorough and oompaot organization
to tho end that Democracy in Texas
may ho resurrected and tho prosperity
of this people may bo brought buck
afjain. Lot me inform you that wo
are oonfronted by tho domagoguo and
tho domagogue .never hesitatos at
his methods: and lot mo toll you hero
and now eternal vigilance, whilo it is
always tho prico of liberty, now it ia
tho price of truo Democracy in TexaB.
1 shall loavo here this afternoon upon
my oanvass, with roassurod heart and
brighter hopes than I havo over sinoo
ontering upon it. When I look into
your oyea and seo what is apparent,
that you and your hearts and your
hopes and tho hopes of tho Democrats
of Texas aro centered in tho issues
now involved boforo tho peoplo I
would indeed be a traitor if I oarriod
away with mo tho slightest doubt of
viotory My fricndB 1 cannot afford
to dotain you longer. You havo work
hoforoyou, but I como now in obodi
onoe to your request to greet you in
tho namo of tho united Democracy
and in the namo of a prosperous
At the close of Judge Clark's
specoh 'the cheers wero deafening and
it was several minutoH bofore the con
vention could curb its enthusiasm
sufficiently lo get down to business.
Chairman Houston, however, finally
succeeded and business was resumed.
Mr. T II Dixon of Hillsboro was
Upon motion n committee of ono
from each congressional district was
appointed. on permanent organization.
Mr. Luke Moore of Waoo was
1'LATKOIIM AND MfSOLUTIONB.
First congressional district, J. E.
Butler of Brn.os.
Second diatriot, Col. D. A. Nunn of
It. R. Nayland of
J. G. Dudley of
-T. J. Brooks, of
Sixth distriot Kiohard Morgan, jr.,
Sovonth distriot It, G. Street,
Eighth distriot John Lano, of
Ninth distriot L. C. Aloxandor, of
Tenth A. II. Gaham, of Travis.
Eloventh M. C. Harris, of Dickins:
Upon motion J. E. McComb, of
Harris, was added to the committee.
Committee on permanent organiza
tion to devise ways and moans and
outlino a plan for the conduct oi tho
pending oampaign in tho
interest of Judgo Clark
was appointed as follows:
lurst district J W Jones, Harris.
Second diBtrict Howdy Martin of
Third distriot F O Woldert of
Fourth distriot W T Hudgins of
Fifth district II 0 Maok of Col-litis-
Sixth distriot Major J S Grinman
Sovonth distriot J E Elgin of
Eighth district 1 W Middlobrooks
Ninth district G A King of Falls.
Tenth distriot 0 E Anderson of
Eloventh district N Q Connolloo
To the above committoo was addod
Col. T. .1. Goreo.
Gon Folix Robertson was by mo
tion made tbairman of tho committee
on permanent organization.
By motion tho tomporary organiza
tion waa mado permanent and Hon.
Tomplo Houston is pormanont chair
man of the convention and Mr. T. II.
Dixon is pormanont sccrotary.
At a few minutes past 12 o'olook
the meeting took a rcocss until 3
NOTES AND PEltSONALH.
Editor Moec C. Harris of the Es
pucla Bulletin, is in tho city.
Tho MoClolland hotel registor
Bhows tho namo of "Wm. II. Martin
East Texas. More poople would recog
nize the namo if 'Howdy' was writ
ton instead of Win. II."
Thatcolobrated orator.IIon. Dudloy
G. Wooten of Dallas, is in tho city.
Judgo Geo. N. Aldrioh of Dallas,
ono of Georgo Clark'n strongest sup
porters, is in tho city.
Editor A. O. Sourlock of Cleburn,
is attending'tho mooting.
Hon. Theo J. Goroo of Now Birm
ingham is attending tho convention.
Mr. Chas. Culmoro, ropresonting
tho Daily Press of Houston, is attend
ing the Clark convention.
Hon. B. II. Bill of Marlin is in tho
city in tho intoront of tho pooplo's
choice, Judge Clark.
Hon. E. L. Anthony of Cameron,
candidate for representative from this
diBtrict, was in the city today. He
speaks in Corsicana tonight.
' Hon. It J. Sledgo of Kyle is in the
Mayor B. B. Paddock of Fort Worth
is attending tho Clark convention.
Col. D. A. Nunn of Crookott is ono
of tho host of Clark stalwarts in tho
II. James QuarlcB, editor and pro
prietor of the Fayetto County Demo
crat, iB in the oity. He i9 a delegate
from his county to the Clark meeting.
All of the nowsnapcr lratornitv in
.Y. .. .. 3n.ifrnrl In malA 'Pi
arc invited to mako The