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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 10 1892.
W. II. WILKKS, M D W. O, WILKKS, M I) Residence 120 N 9 St IleBltlenco :)10 N 12 St. DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. ROOMS 1 I'JiCniPKVriULlHNG. bltto at Old Corner Drug Store. Telepnone at OIllco nnd IU'sltlonces. R. T- DENNIS & BRO. jfm&gagjft FUSEKAL lUKECTOKSEMHALMERS .MS AiiniIii Aoiiue. uaco, : : : te.yas. Commercial House. Cor. JEiyhth $ Clay Sis. Vnly tuobloeUs south of Mo. 1'aclfle ll.lt llejiot. ter F IESTCLA SS . - Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. JOHN H. JE11G1NS, AUTISTIC Paper-Hanger.PainterGrainer. i'iuces iu:amaiii,i:. Leave orders with C. H, Rosenthal No. 307 Austin avenue. lilaekwell Hotel. Good beds and best of fare. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 23 cents, 120 Second stroot, next door to the oourt house. tf Rules and Regulations at the Park Natatorlum. Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. closed on Sunday night. Pool reserved for ladies exclusively Wednesday evening 2 to 5 30, Saturday morning J) to 1L', Monday night 9 to 10 for Indies and gontlemon, pool party, tub, needle, and vapor baths at all hours for patients and others. Experienced male and female attondants day and night, Tom Padoitt, Proprietor. J. B. Chksnut, Manager. m The best restaurant in town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. Sloeper, Clifton . Co., Ladies' Ox ford Tins 2 Ladies Oxford Ties $2.50, Ladits Ox ford Ties $3. Joe Lohman's for loo oreara and aonfeotionoricB 117 South Fourth street. The onl oheap lots offered in "Waoo for the last five years aro those now on the market in the Kirkpatnok Ad dition, East Waoo. These lots aro being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a ohanco to seouro a do sirabla home such as will nover ocour again. Cheap Lots. These lots ho high and dry. They overlook a large portion ot tho oity and havo perfect drainage. Thoy lie in the healthiest part of tho city, oatcli ing tho pure breces from tho prairie untainted by passage over any part of tho city. Cheap Lots. Those lots havo tho finest soil, a rich siudy ,loam, admirablo for gar dons, and aro underlaid with pure water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen foot, which oan bo usod for irrigation. Cheap LfOt. These lots are olosor to tho contor of the oity than any othor addition, and at tho satno distance lots aro sell ing for threo and flvo times tho price asked for these. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Gall on Mrs. or P. 6. Kirkpatrick, southwost oorncr Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring pints of tho iUrkpatriok addition oan obtain them upon application. SssSS&tS. yhgip I isfe. CLOTHING We have had but little to say of late of this department for 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 are showing everything new and nobby in men's, boys, and children's suits and pants, and at prices that will make business hum.' We claim to be in position to save our patrons big money, and don't ask them to take our word for it cither. 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. 0, Mistrot & Co., 8th and Austin. YO..UK flit hand that rooks the cradle U titO hand that rules the world. The influence of a mother, the Influence Ot a atster, Uie uitlui ice uf a wife The world feeis tins lnliuenn' It shapes the destiny of mun 1 oi a mother i sake, for a sister's sake, for .i wif. s sake a man wtU itrivo to be honorable He becomes am bitious lie becomes successful Happy the household whero the women folks are cheerful, contented, and happy How pitahle the home where mothtr sister, or wife lies ill How grand the remedy that 1b suited to the ill of womanhood and that will restore iiervom sickly, aching, de spondent woinrut) health and strsngth. WEAK WOMEN Such a remedy is lJr juiin Bull's Sana panlla It is tra iiontly the best remedy For the we iknessjs and d.strcss incident to and following a condition of disordered female function It rt v lves, strengthens, and regulates the feminine constitution. Mrs Mary K Wilkinson, Jackson, Tenn., writes "I wnii a very health) noman before my marriage, but dating from ii nits-cnrrURe, my health got to be er) oml My complex. Ion becalm sallow i became nervous anq sleepless, I grew thin and despondent. Uj appetite was He kin, and what 1 ate laid lilt lead upon in) ktuuiakh M) habits were Ir regular, una I sulloreil much pain. I used MADE prescriptions of Mivrml food doctor, but inj ailments lu' re.iHid A bearing down pain about my bacit and !..lns becmed as If ft T7'uld kill inn I was Kuhjcct to frequent headaclus ami litliou attacks In this con dition I besnn a use of Dr Bull s Sarsapa rllla. It seemed precise!) suited to my condition liver mmjju.'iI itemed to go to the right spot 1 soon bhowtd great lm. provemeut, and ray friends rejoiced at my returning heilth. I used it during the months of March and April, and give It all the credit for my present enjoj mtut of life and good health. It It a boon to weak and auUerlns women." STRONG. Nelly Davis, Helena, Ark, writes: "Dr. Bull's Harsaparlllu has Improved ny health wonderfull). alto itreatly IniA-.ved my looks 1 had cruulluns on n.) t" .n hut they have dlsappe ired, and I wm very weak, with no appetltn, and at times sutlered great pain, but now 1 feel quite well again." VMany a pale and sickly looking little Child has been saved by Its good mother jrlvlm? It Dr. John Bull's Worm Destrojera. They taste good. Price 25 cents. Jon D. Park & Sons, Wholesale Agtv.li, 175, 177 and 179 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, O. 6 Farms and ranohes in all parts of tho stato for sale by Kellum & Lawson, tho leading roal estate dealers, 113 South Fourth street,) BlrNothlne makes a person feel so bad Ss a touch of chills and fever. Smith's Tonic yrup is pleasant to take, and cures tula ailment quickly. 1 LADY'S OPINION CompUmontB Judge Gerald and Senator Garwood. "THERE IS A HOME SCENE Somowlinro'' iiml "Tlio Cormiitiios Iitirkiiiir Ho hi ml .luy (ionlilo'k I'limo In no Longer lllililcn (ico. Clnrk tho Voteriiu Democrat. Ur&no Relinked. From tho Dallas Nows Cleburne, Tex., April 13 If thore aro any more Judge Geralds let them come to tho front. I am proud there aro a few loft who are patriotic enough to olaim the rights of the people. Tho cause is in need of them to secure its effect. If the politicians whom tho peoplo honor would perform thoir duty our stato would not bo in such a deplora bio condition. Why aro peoplo so blind to tho truth? Why should the lrce stato of Texas bo converted into an oinpiro? Why allow the wizard of Wall street to come among you, buy a fow slaves, monopolize your railroads and state? If the malfeasance in tho International and Great Northorn case, which Judge Gerald and Senator Garwood has so thoroughly investi gated and given to the public, is not true, why do not the accused prove dearly their innocenoe, like brave men should? All seoret endeavors are use less, There is a home sceno some whore. Tho corruptness lurking behind Gould's purso is no longer hidden. Some one has traitorously endeavored to subvert the fundamental laws of our land. They forget upon what tho law is founded. Unless they measuro their height the sad ending will be like that of Icarus who, flying out of Creto into Sicily, flew so high ho melted tho wax from his wings. Tho implication is that some of tho "Tyler orowd" havo melted the wax from their wings while feathering their nest in tho International and Great North, ern case. W II. Mabry said Mr. Hogg would have been among tho confederate yet erans had he beon qld enough. It is too bad Mr. Hogg did not have an op portunity to show to tho world his patriotism. That same misfortune must be tho cause of the present di lemma. George Clark, tho veteran Demo crat, is the gentleman whom the peo ple of our stato should delight to honor. A man who has so bravely fought for his country would certainly protect his stato. He is old enough, too. Put him in tho gubernatorial chair and then Mr. Crane will not havo to smooth things ovor by chang ing the Bubjeot or comparing tho body to "quarreling women." Tho election of R. Q Mills to the United States senate is a successful beginning. It fills for the first timo the vuoanoy caused by the death of Honry Clay. Tho Globo's opinion will do him no harm. Yes, we know "tho grapes are sour " Grovcr Clevoland has been tried aod found true. Ho has been tho leader and advocate of those two most vital issues tariff reform and reduc tion of taxeB. Why not elect him by a majority all Domoorats can feel proud of. If you should divido you would bo as easily carried away as wore tho pigmies by Hercules. upon tho coming campaign deponds your luturo woltare. Tho Republicans aro seorotly at work. Their loaders aro oncmies and aro doing moro harm to our oountry than did Arnold during the rovolu tion. They aro robbing us every day of what our labors should bring While thoy feast we aro not oapablo of meeting tho demands of life. Why let Plutus with his slido purso string rulor I am no politician, no voter and would not mix with the voting rab ble if I could, but I feel tho effects of bad rules as much as any one, and am as much interested in the nation and stato as any leader in politics and I would bo lost without my Morning News. Mus. O. H. Thaokkk. Beeoham'b Pills for a bad Liver, Tho London and Liverpool artist tailor, just from Now York, has opened at Sixth and Austin streets. Perfect fit, fine work and prices vory reasonable A nice stock to solcot suits from. Give him a call. Has diploma for outting. Wait, don't buy a buggy till you see Ben Garland at their new place 707 Austin street. THE DALLAS CONVENTION. Mooting Over and Peoplo Hurrying Homo. Dallas, April IS. The convention propor is ovor and this morning findB delegates with their grips hurrying to the lour quarters of tho (Dallas) globe hunting up some one of the many littlo depots whioh aro scattored over that large oity, but at promptly 9:Io o'olook tho secretaries and officers of associations Irom Galveston, Houston, San Antonio, Waoo, Dallas, Fort Worth, Mar.in, Tuylor, Tyler, Gaines ville, DeniBon, Sherman, Hillsboro and other oities of tho stato met at tho association parlor for the annual secretaries' conference. Tho prooocd iugs were called to order and Mr. Frank E. Smith, general secretary, of uenisou opened with a halt hours de votional oxoroiscs. After the dovo- tional exercises, the topic, "Associa tion Finances (a) The Secretaries Ro tation to them, (b) When and how Soourod1 (oi How Used." was onenod with quito a oomplote and extended paper by W. M. Lewis ot Waco. Alter the reading of this papor a help ful disoussion was entered into on this important topic. Tho topics discussed during the day woro. "Association Records," "Association printed matter." "The spiritual growth of tho secrotary." "Our spir itual work. How made more effect ive." "Our members. How to reach them." "Committees. How soourod and organized." "What constitutes a call to tho general secretaryship' and "Our obligation to tho social life of young men. Aro we meeting it." An extended discussion would follow tho introduction of each of these topics whioh proved of great value to all tho seorctaaes present at the business ses sion, which followed the conference The cxeoulne committee for tho fol lowing year for tho Secretaries' asso ciation of Texas was eleoted which re sulted as follows: W. M. Lewis, chairman, H. C. Dillon of Sherman and J, G Reeves of Tyler Of tho nine previous conventions held in this state all wero free to voto this tho most harmonious, pleasant ai d profit able ono yet held. The Waco dole gates wero all royally entortained by the big hearted people of Dallas, and as far as has been heard from them, they all had "gooso ha'r beds. With a hearty thanksgiving prayer from all tho sooreturies presout the convention and conference adjourned Sino Dio. Dan. f" WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. GHJUf COTERtn WITH A TASTELLSS AM) SOLl'IUE (OITIM). A WONDERFUL MEDICINE FOR 3 Imtliiettlntt, M'anlof Appetite, riitliicsil a after Meals, (Vmlffiifi, .N(r.lli f 5 the Stomaeli, Jlllliiut iv I.ti 1 1 ( Vim- I J ;'ifn, SJr. IIeat1acht,"l'l ChitlH,i j 1'litshlniisof llent. I.ou h swfliph - g (, dud All Xenons AtTcetloits, i 4 To euro Oipso complaints vo must remove fine cnuee ino principal caupo in KenfrAllv f tu lie found in tlio kloimicli ntul liven vhi vtht.rticn orqnni. rtqll nnl all uilt le wll From ' J Iwo (o four Pills twice a dfly for a short time !. ivill remove tho evil, and restore tho sufferer tu r. .linn iiiii. lliniiiigf ll.'llllll ' Ct nil ilf Iir.r.lu1a Tvlo ? nnn.a n rT . !i Now York Depot, SCVrniial ht Si By a Largo Majority. It is conceded by a popular vote of an overwhelming majority that Mo Konnon Bros. & Co., keeps the best soda drinks and tho finest cigars in tho oity. Merit Wins. Wo desiro to say to our citizons that for years wp have been selling Dr. King's Now Disoovcry for Consump tion, Dr. Kind's Now Life Pills. Hnok- len's Arnioa Salvo and Eleotnc Bitters and have nover handled rcmodies that sell as well, or that have oivnn mmli universal satisfaction. We do not hesitato to guarantee them evory time and we stand ready to refund the pur chaoo price, if satisfactory rosults do not follow their use Thoe remedios have won their great popularity purely on thoir merits. W. B. Moiikison & Co., Druggists. T rVsC? 'n t'ie lrov'(lnt "ddi JLJ UKJjiqjj for saloon Ruoh terms as will attract the most squeamish buyers, by Kellum & Lawson, the leading real estate dealers, 113 South Fourth street. Wo will put up tho money and provo that tho "Pioneer cigar fac tory" produces better goods for less money than liko quality is owned in Waco. Fragrant, delicate and lasting, tho new perfumes at MoKennon Bros, & Co.'s. drug store. jPP Notlco to Contractors. Scaled proposals will bo reooived at tho offico of oity socrotary, to bo opened at IJ o'clook p m. April 28, lbo2, at tho city hall, Wico, Texas, by the mayor and street couinuttoo, for furnishing all material and labor, and constructing, approximately 0700 linael foot of 15 inch double strength sanitary sower, with all junctions and special connections, in Third and Fourth wards, plans, profiles and specifications on file at oity engineer's oilicc, a certified chook for $600 paya ble to the mayor of Waco must accom pany each hid. The right to reject any or all bids, is rosorved by th'o oity council of the oity of Waoo, ToxaB, C. C. McOulioch, Mayor. Attest, Toney Jones, City Secretary. April 13, 1S92. YOU SHOULD NOT BE WITHOUT IT. Kvcry family is liablo to havo a hereditary taint ot oouaf-uuiption in it. It may date back three or even four generations. This fact makes it neces sary always to havo on hand a remedy with whioh to combat this formidable disease. A cough whrn taken at first can readily be cured bofore it gots n serious hold on tho lungs Ballard's Horohound Syrup when taken in its early stages will euro consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for anv affection of of tho throat, lungs and ohest, such as consumption, inflaiuationof tho lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping oough, croup etc. It is pleasant to take, por feotly sale and can always bo dopond ed on. Sold by 11 C. Rishcr & Co. Artistic Work. Thero arc tailors and tailors, somo are good, some indifferent and somo bad, but Laok & Orccnberg in thoir now place, -11 4 Austin street must be olassed among tho good ones, They aro first class skilltul outtors, fino workmon and careful and pains taking in their work. They mako perfect fits and do tho vory finest work to bo had. Although but re oontly started, work is flowing in on thorn from peoplo who know tho ox cellont fits they givo and tho work they do. They carry a fino lino of stylish goods and samples nud oan got up nobby suits in short order. (jivo them a call avid order and you are sure to bo well dressed and well pleased. a Ilaoklbn'o iirnicix Halve The best salvo in the world for onto, bruises, sores, uloern, unit rheum, fe ver soroH, tetter, chapped handB, null blniiiH, corns and ull skin eruptions, and positively surea piles, or no pay roquired. It Is iiiarantood to give satisfaction or noroy refundod. Price 26 couts a box. Ftif erlo by W. B Morrisou A do. Joo Lohmsn is tho most popular ros taurant man in Texas. His plaoo 117 South Fourth ntreot. Money! Money!! MonoyI! Money loaned on farms, ranches and improved oity property, R. M. Chamiieulin & Son. 101) h. Fifth street. -THE- Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) TO- I. Louis, Cairo, tapliis, ANDALL 3POIKT8 11KTOND. ffrco Rccllnlnrr Chair Cara and Pullman Ballot Slcoporu Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS AKD ALL POIMT8 BEYOND. . ffho Only Line ,lrT.rlnc ftMen Crrt tOooaaetiii8r4jfttHlliPni3irlUr ont Umr; tnd d!iaffibl orarftms tranc for mtmi lh elty. The Only Line wtuawnuftrtw! li eTnlM ttwMn KBT WOUTH ad MXUPH13. The Only Line .. vie brtvm-n SnmpnlS 4 point In CXI TRALTBZUI. The Shortest Route TO AIL POINTS IN THi; 0R Txm Linn hT throe t tteVets on ski H5 The Cotton Bolt lloiilo; Rn.te, mapa Ubw UblM ami all lnformUsa trill b chttxtuUj fttnUhol on spvUcstlon Vl XT agent ttf thaconvaiij', or It. M. OA.MTMS, W, If, H l.lrjJCIJU i k am