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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY APRIL 18 1892.
1 W. H. WILKES, MB W.0.W1LKKB, MD Residence U19 N 12 St. Residence lsiurtu i. DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. IIOOMS IN l'UOVIDKNO.'lilII.niNG. Hlkto nt Old Corner Drug Btoro. Tclcpnone at Ofllco nnd IUehlenccs. R. T- DENNIS & BRO. FL'AHUAL DIKKCTOKS OTIULMEIiS .'ilS AnKlin Avcntio. WACO, TIIXAS. Commercial House. Cor. EUjhth Sj' Clay Sts. Otily tiro btticlm south uf2lo. l'lictflc It. 11 Jtepat. ! P IBSTCLA SS.'&i Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. JOHN II. 3ERGINS, ART1STIC- Paper-Hangor,PainterGrainer. rmcKs ri:asaiii.r. Loavo orders with (J. H. Rosonthal Ko. 307 Austin avenue. UlacKwoIl Hotel. Good beds and best of faro. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 25 cents, 120 Second stroot, next door to tho court house. tf Rules and Regulations at the Park Natatorlum. Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. closed on Sunday night. Pool reserved lor lnriipc nvrluRivolv Wndnosdav evenine! 2 to 5:30; Saturday mormng 9 to 12, Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and gentlemen, pool prty, tub, necdlo, and vapor baths at all hours for patients and others. Experienced male and femalo attendants day and night. Tom Padgitt, Proprietor. J. B. Chesnut, Manager. Tho best restaurant in town, Joo Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. Sleeper, Clifton & Co., Ladies' Ox ford Ties $2 Ladies Oxford Tios $2.50, Ladies Ox ford Tie? $3. Joe Lohman'B for confeotionerios 117 street. ioo oreara and South Fourth bills, The only oheap lots offered in "Waco for tho last fivo years aro thoso now on the market in tho Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waco. These lots aro being 6old for one-half their real val ue, making a ohanco to scouro a de sirable homo such as will never ocour again. Cheap Lots Theso lots Ho high and dry. They overlook a large portion of tho city and havo porfect drainage. They lie in tho healthiest part of tho city, catoh ing tho pure breezes from tho prairie untainted by passago ovor any part of tho city. Cheap liot Theso lots havo tho finest soil, a rich sandy loam, admirablo for par dons, and are underlaid with pure water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteon and sixteon foot, whioh can bo used for irrigation. Cheap JLofs These lots aro closor to tho center of the city than any other addition, and at tho saino distance lots aro sell ing for thrco and fivo times tho prioo asked for theso. Thero iB millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mra. or P. Q. Kirkpatriok, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho J&rkpatriok addition can obtain them upon application. ulSSip fl Ti 0 T H T W G"l SHE IS BRANDED "J & We have had but little to of late of this department for say the simple reason that owing to a very heavy early Spring trade our stock was badly broken, not to say in a rather delapidated condition, owing to the fact that our buyers were "laying low" watching the opportunities to make deals that would make competitors howl. We are now opening large in voices of BALTIMORE -AND- CINCINNATI Tailor Made Goods and arc showing everything new and nobby in men's, boys, and children's suits and pants, and at prices that will make business hum.J We claim to be in position to save our patrons big money, and don't ask them to take our word for it either. Take the trouble to investigate. We don't charge anything to show you through the stock. But if at all bashful our windows will keep you posted as to the values we are offering. ONE PRICE in plain figures, strictly spot cash. H. B. Mistrof & Go,, 8th and Austin. HOatE. Contentiiient at Home bottftff than Kiclies Abroad. Ai the evening shadows darken mora deeply the glimmering twilight of a mid winter day, the curtains are drawn, the shutters closed, the lumps are lit, the cow in the grate piled higher, the easy chsirt drawn nearer to the open tire, and the queenly wife, with her beauteous babe 1b her arms, awaits the coming of her hus band and protector. The children, too, await a father's coming with eager appe tites, for well they know his arrival will signal the ringing of the supper bell. How warm and pleasant it is indoors this clear, cold night. What enjoyment of peace and contentment hovers around the family fireside. Ah! here is happiness, ifut here comes l'a, his features lit ap THE WEAK with a kindly smile, beneath which, how ever, can be seen a trace of suffering. Overwork, care and anxiety is breaking down his constitution, lie don't sleep well, he don't eat well, he don't feel welL His stomach feels weak, his kidneys feel sore, he aches all over. Xo, he says he don t want any supper, says he feels tired and will go to bed. Alas, he is a lick man. The morning finds him too ill to go to his office ; a doctor is sent for, says he needs test, and needs it badly. Says he needs a good tonic. Recommends Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla. Knows the com position of this remedy, and advises his pirtient against taking any other. He uses this remedy, quickly recuperates, and every one is happy. When you feel 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 Bull's Sarsa parilla and it will give you health and strength again. MADE STRONG. Edward F. Manning, Newport, Ky.,wrltesj "For a year my health had been falling. I lost fie i h and strength. My weight decrease from 180 lbs. to US lbs. I suffered excruciat ing pain In my back and loins, and rheu matism In my left lea made me a cripple. I was advised to try Dr. Hull's Sarsaparflla, and used In nil about ten bottles. From the start I gained In Mesh and Improved In every way. Now again 1 feel once more myseu. I sincorcly bellove it saved my life. JWrNczleetlnr a child troubled with worms la cruel. Give It Dr. John Bull's Worm De stroyers. They taste good, are safe, and only cost 23 cents. aw'1 Lees than one bottle of Smith's Tonla Byrup cured me oi chills and lever." C.D. Clarke, Frankfort, Mo. John D. Park & Sons, WhoUiaU AgnU, US. in and 17 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, A (41 Farms and ranches in all parts of tho stato for sale by Kellum & Lawson, tho leading roal cstato dealers, 113 South Fourth stieet, Tho International Cow Is In Jay Gould's Pasture. JUDGE ALDREDGE AND SENATOR Cnmo nt Alviirailn Saturday Might Judge Aldrcilirn ?IuUe u (Srciit lilt in III Account nt' tlio Inter niitloiinl ICcc.olvorslilp Ciimi A (Inwintr Tribute to .Initio Dark, Crime Hoes not try to Dufenil the Administration and I'all in the Soap. Following is a synopsis of tho de bate between Judgo Aldredgo and Sonator Crano at Alvaiado Saturday night: Judge Aldredgo was 'introduced by Mr. Poindcxter and said: Fellow oitizons, Mr. Poindcxter talks about mc so nicely that I hardly recognize myself. I want to say to you this is putcly an intellectual com bat. If any ono of you dont likowhat I say about Govornor Hogg don't uct mad about it. Ho claimed that tho old speech the Hogg men aro making is barred by tho statute of limitation, that it has been worn throadbaro for the past two years. Ho discussed tho Hogg Slogan, ,lSavo tho commission," and showed how rcdiculous it is un der the oircumstancos whon Hogg and the legislature could have saved it so easily. Tho Austin meeting camo in for its share or criticism. Ho claimed that the resolutions wcro so infamously slanderous that thoy wcro buried in the bowels of the earth and never saw the light, of day till the Clark people dug them up. Ho said thoy wero fathered by that votcrnn old railroad lawyer, Tom Brown, whom tho rail roads fed and clothed for fourteen years, and who never deserted them till a political bee went buzzing in his bonnot and visions of political preferment fired bis vivid imagina tion. Judgo Aldredge disoussed Hogg and Clark's position on the commis sion and tho oommission in all its features. In a mastorly manner he showed up tho errors and blunders of Hogg's administration and discussed hiB appointments. On Hogg's treat ment of tho farmo-s, he said: "Did you over seo tho follow rido two horses in a circus? That is what Jim did whon ho ran for governor. He had ono foot on tho back of tho Farmers' Alliance and ono on the State Grange, He rode them to the mansion and hitched them in tho baok yard, and from that day to this they havo never had a bundlo of oats nor a bucket of water. And whon thoy saw a wagon load of sub-treasury fodder going by and tho poor old half starved follows nickered for a bundle his hostler went out and kicked them nearly to death and called them poleoats. And when a load of good old demooratio clectivo commission corn went by thoy nick ered again and Jim told them that they did not have sonso enough to know what they wanted nor honesty enough to keep it after they got it. They aro not in Jim's back yard now, Thoy got tired of gormandizing on air, and tho other day they broko loose and aro now out hunting pastures now. Senator Crano made an able spoooh in defense of tho administration about on tho lino of A. W. Terroll's and Tom Brown's. His argument was in genious and well-rocoived. In regard to Hogg's failuro to sond in his ap pointments in tho required ton days, he said Hogg did not say he had overlooked tho matter, that that was tho misrepresentation of The Dallas NeWB reportor, who had a previous reputation for misrepresenting. Mr. Crano did not touoh tho toxt book bill nor defend tho alion land law, nor tho policy of tho govornor to loan tho sohool money to railroads, on all of whioh questions Judge Aldredgo un mercifully laBhcd the administration. Mr. Crano opposed tho eleotion of railway commissioners and favorod their appointment by tho governor. Ho said the appointment of Chilton was a good ono, that Judgo Clark had hold an appointive office under Gov Roberts and that tho governor had not consultod tho peoplo in appoint ing him, but tho pooplo repudiated Clark as unfit metal and rc-eleoted Roberts. He denounced Clark as a railroad lobbyist and ohargod that ho was not now in favor of tho commis sion regardless of his assertions to the contrary. Judgo Aldredge began his rejoindor by saying: "I told you he would not answer my argument and I loavo it to you if ho has attompted to do so." Tho judgo then took up Cano's speech seriatim and showed that is was com posed of only words, words, words, and proceeded to mash him Hat; showod that tho brilliant young sona tor had not absorbed enough of Hogg's campaign thunder to let tho broad open light of day shino through and boar tho sorutiny. Judgo Aldredge's pioturo of tho In ternational business received immense applause. Ho said: "Jay Gould's lawyer went to Austin and invoked Jim. 1 do not say that Jim was cor rupt. I do not belicvo that. " But Jay tiould s lawyer hitchod him up and worked him just as you would a mule. Hero it is in this book, sworn to, volume 1, page 59, report of the leeis lativo investigating committee. You cannot buy or beg one of theso books in Austin. Thoy printed 10,000 oopiesofthe govornors message, but only 300 of theso books and nearly all of tho 300 fell into tho hands of the Hogg peoplo and straightway thoy wont and hid them. At tho solicitation of Gould's law- yor Jim sailed in, and with tho stato's most graoious writ of injunction ho lariated the old international cow and held her whilo tho Tyler sang milked. And boys she was rich. Sho did givo down handsomely. Counting what tho bank got thoy pulled $500,000 worth of cream. Tyler wao juBt swimming in oroam. Sho looked like a fly in a pail ot milk. And that old cow is browsing around now in Jay Gould's pasture branded J. G. But she N all right now. Tho legis lative oommittoo whitewashed her. The other day some of tho senators tried to pull her into tho sonate cham ber, in ordor that thoy might strip tho ooat of whitewash off her rotten oar coss, but Crano and tho administration forces drove her out. Then sho went and lowed at the gate of that Hogg pen at tho other ond of the building and they shut the gate and drovo hor away. She is liko tho lopor of Judoa, nobody wants to como in contact with her. In his close Judgo Aldredgo said of George Clark: We present you a man who has never been found wanting in any con dition of life. When grim yisaged war was affrighting the whole earth on tho gory plains of Virginia howasthoro lacing death with a steady hand and an unflinching eyo, and a hundrod times did he oiler his young life a willing saorifioo to his country's honor. In the darkest hour of Texas history ho marobed through the ranks of DaviB' armed minions and rescued your Btato from the grasp of that des pot. As attornoy general, though young, he stood your champion, as David did of old, against the tallest in the land, and viotory orowned his do- votion, and ho luted from your shoul dors a burden of $20,000,000. Ho mado you a wiso, iust and fearless judgo. In private lifo his daily walk has beon so upright and honorablo that lynxeyed slander has found no flaw to point you to. Then wo offer you a bravo soldior, a truo statesman, a pure patriot, a profound lawyer, and greatest of all, an honest man. And what in tho roply from tho other sido'f They say that when ho comes to bo inaugurated governor, standing thero freighted with the hopes and prayers of a million patriots, striving to save this glorious state from domagoisin, from communistic tondencios, from oontralizod, despotic and un-Demooratic power; standing in tho prcsonoo of that God whom ho loves and fears and surroundod by his follow man, to whom ho has plighted his unsullied honor, thoy Bay, amid theso augUBt environments, whon he lifts that battle-scarred hand to take that awfully solemn oath to snpport the constitution and laws of your Btato, thoy aro afraid that ho Bwear a Iio. Tho man who tells will you that when he docs not behove it ib a domagoguo and deserves your con tempt. Thore aro those who can say this thing and boliovo it. Motaphy- siob toaohos us that wo reason princi pally from inner oonsciousncsB. You would havo a hard timo oonvinoing a bad woman that other women wcro virtuous, not from aooident, but from innate purity. For tho man whoso hoart is so gangreno with hato and suspicion that he oan beliovo that George Clark could tako that awfully solomn oath with a mental reservation to violato it, I oan but say God pity his unbelief in tho honesty of honest mon. Subscribers who do not receive their paper will confer a favor by re porting so at offioe, as that is the only way wo can know whether the carriers do their duty or not. Carriers nor auowca to sen papers under any circumstances. Joo Lohman Is tho most popular res taurant man in Texas. His plaoo 117 South Fourth street. JUDGE CLARK'S APPOINTMENNS. Dallas, Wednesday, April 20. Farmorsvillc, Friday, April '2.1. Belton, Tuesday, April 2G. Bryan, Friday, April 20. Calvort, Saturday, April 30. Cameron, Tuesday, May 8. Cleburne, Wednesday, May !. Other appoiutinouts will bo an announccd from t i mo to time. Gov. Hogg is invited to be proscnt at any appointment and participate on equal terms. Artistic Work. Thero aro tailors and tailors, some arc good, some indifferent and somo bad, but Laok & Groonborg in thoir now place, 1144 Austin street must bo olasscd among tho good ones, Thoy aro first class skillful cuttors, fino workmon and caroful and poms taking in their work. They mako perfoct fits and do tho vory finest work to be had. Although but re cently started, work is flowing in on thorn from peoplo who know tho ex ccllont fits they givo and tho work they do. Thoy carry a fino lino of stylish poods and samples and oun pot up nobby suits in short order. Givo them a call and order and you aro sure to bo well dressed and well pleasod. Notice to Contractors. Scaled proposals will bo reooived at tho office of city secretary, to bo opened at (5 o'olook p. in. April 28, 18o2, at tho oity hall, Waco, Toxas, by the mayor and street committeo, for furnishing all material and labor, and constructing, approximately 9700 linaol foot of 15 inch double strength sanitary sower, with all junctions and special connections, in Third and Fourth wards, plans, profilos and specifications on filo at oity engineer's office; a certifiod ohcok for $600 paya ble to tho mayor of Waco must accom pany each bid. The right to rejoot any or all bids, iB reserved by tho oity council of the oity of Waoo, Toxas. C. C. McOuM.ocH, Mayor. Attest, Toney Jones, City Seorotary. "April 13, 1892. Tho Newest Emorson Piano Is distinguished as Stylo 11. It is larger in size, fuller and sweoter in tone, and moro elegant in apper.noo than its predecessor, in short it is tho result of tho accumulated oxporionco of 11 years of successful piano mak ing, and if its qualities fail to appeal to artistical musical instinote, then in deed has music ccasod to charm, or mechanism wasted its perfections. Stylo 14 is magnificont and stands abreast of the finest pianos known to fame. Try one. Thos. Goggan & Bro., Waco. m m Ballard's Snow Linament. This Linimont in different in com position from any other Liniment on tho market. It was a scientific dis covery, which results in its being tho most penotrating Linimont ovor known. Thoro aro numerous whito imita tions, which may bo recommended bc causo they jmy the sella' a groator profit. Beware of these and demand Ballard's Snow Liniment. It posi tively cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cuts, Sprains, Bruises "Wounds, Soiatic and Inflammatory Bheumatism, Burns, Scalds, Sore Feet, Contracted Musclo, Stiif Joints, Old Sores, Pain in Book, Barb Wire Cuts, Soro Chest or throat and is especially bonelicial in Paraly sis. Sold by II. O. Uishor & Co. Elegant Photographs. Having recently purchased the larjj est as well as the finest photographic lens in the state, am able to make negatives, 17x20, as a likeness, truth ful as the embodiment of nature, ar tistic in lighting and graceful in pose; a boauty and a joy forever. Call on W. D. Jackson, the old reliable photographer, and see specimens. Spend an hour if not a dime. A large assortment of mouldings and frames 112 North Fifth street. A man who buys for cash and in big quantities can givo insido figures in Belling. Tom Padgitt is such a man, and if you nocd anything in tho shapo of a buggy, phaeton, carriago, cart or any othor vehiolo, look ovor his ini tnnnso stock and loam Ih'b prices and you will oortainly buy. m m Tho London and Liverpool artist tailor, just from Now York, has opened at Sixth and Austin streets). Perfect fit, fino work and prioos vory roasonablo. A nice stock to solcct suits from. Give him a call. Hub diploma for cutting. 4 Wait, don't buy a buggy till you see Ben Garland at thoir new plaoo 707 Austin street.