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6 THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY APRIL 21 i892 feff &1 IlL suggestion LADIES. THE WACO WHEELMEN. To the Lovors of Art in Photo graphy. Having movod to my now gallery over 701 and 703, Austin stroot, (the old Hinohraan Building), I am now bettor prepared than ever to givo the pooplo of Waoo tho finest Photos in tho state. Tho boautiful "aristo" (so highly endorsed by tho leading gal cries,) in all its boauty, at my studio I will havo on exhibition for a few days, an elegant oil portrait of Mrs Geo. Clark, by Mons. Do Qissao, whioh has been lrained in a very handsome 'Florontino" frauio, making a portrait, well worth a visit, to all, and more especially to tho tho ladies. I will "bo glad to welcome my old and many now customers. Don't for got my now address, over, 701 acl703. Austin Avo. llespectfully, Deane, Photographer i m m Easter. Come and sec our Eastor cegs in beautiful glasses. Thoy won't break. Can be sent away. Threo ply chair scats 10c, extra largo pencil tablets 10c, pencils at 5 ana lOo per doz., envelopes 5c paok ago, 24 sheets fino letter papor 10c, Nice painted spittoons lOo, covered butter jars 25c, 4 piece glass set 25c, hair ourlers lOo, big cako toilot soap 5o, squaro iron stovo pan lOo, fino fluo stoppers 10o, largo well buckets 3f)0, covered slop bockots 35o, good umbrella 35o, lamp oh mncy 5c, wash pan 5o, sorap brush oc, coffeo pot lOo, nioo lamp shade loo, six lamp wicks So, elegant fans for 5, 10 and 15 0. CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE, 703 Austin avo., bet. Gth and 8th sts. A Sound Liver Makes a Vell Man Are you BIHoub, Conetlpatedand troubled with Jaundice SickHead aohe, Bud Taste in Mouth, Filn Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in Back and between tho Shoulders, Chills and Feyer, &c. If you have any of these symptoms, your .ulver is out of order your blood is elowly being poisoned, because your Liver does not act properly. Hebbinb will cuLe any disordor of the Liver, Stom ach orBowels. It has no equal as a Livor Medicine. Price 75 cents. Free sample bottle utH. C. Eisher's Drug Btore. A CHANGE. Mr. Hatton Soils His Fine Pacific Saloon. A chango of business oocurred yes terday whioh was a great surpriso to everyone. Mr. Ed Harton sold his famous Paoifio saloon to C. A. Gin noohio. Mr. ilatton has had charge of this place so long and was so pop ular with the public that it can hardly realize tho change. Major Skinner said he know nothing of the contem plated change until Mr. Ilatton brought tho new proprietor in and in troduced him. Mr. Ilatton will re main in Waco. Ohoico California claret only 25o bottlo or $2.50 per dozen at J. A. Early's. Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains!!! Bofore the advance we can sell residences and lots in any part of the city on tho most reasonable terms and time. R. M. Chamberlin & Son, Jiie Pioneer. Real Estate Ags., lOtf, South Fifth street. 4-15-tf. T -- rj in tne Provident addi "' "tion for saloon such terms as will attract the moBt squeamish buyers, by Kelluin & Lawson, the leading real estate dealers, 113 South Fourth street. A J. Leslio for first-class watoh clook and jowelry repairing. Same building with II. E. Ambold Anstin Avonuo. For tho best and froshest bcof,pork mutton, veal, spareribs, fish and oyators co 10 Crippen oorner Fifth and Frankling When you want nice fresh meat mutton, beef pork and purer lard at 10 oents por pound, go to Mkllou & Delaney 125 South Third street The Gabert Bros aro tho loading tailors. They have tho finest workmen in the state, and aro artists in outting and fitting. If you would be well dressed give them a call. rind. Whiskey HablU cured at home with out naln. Book of do r. I tlculars sent FIIKK, n.M.wnni.i.KV.M i 'AUiilu.Clu. Office 101ViWI4tekU HI npiH UTUKNixa tkom the hunt. IIUHIS MAN has been hunting Ik with one of II. E. Amhold's fine guns sure shot. Fine guns for sale or for hire. H. E. AMBOLD, 419 Austin Street. THE BANKERS. Programme of the Meeting or the Bankers' Association of Texas Next Month. The programme of the Eighth An nual Convention of the Texas Bank ers' Association has been received and is as follows : FIRST day, may io ii a m. Meeting oalled to order by Presi dent J. W. Blake. Prayer by Rev S A King, of "Waco. Address of welcome by Dr W H Wilkes, of Waco. Response by the president of the association,.! W Blake, Esq , of Pien dergast, Smith & Co, Mexia. Reports of officers. Reports of standing and special committees. General business. AFrERNOON SESSION 2:30 o'clock. Paper "Should Bankers' Associa tions be Encouraged?" A S Reed, Esq, cashier Ballinger National, bank, Paper "Uniformity of Bank Drafts, Checks, Notes, etc." F B Gray, Esq. president Citizens' National bank, San Angelo. General discussion of above sub jects. Questions and answers SECOND DAY, MAY 11,1892 IO A. M. Address "The System of Free Collections and its Relations to Con servative Banking " T J Groce, Esq, cashier Galveston National bank Address-'-The Relations that should Exist between City and Country Banks " W R Hamby, Esq, cashier American National bank, Austin. General discussion of above sub jects. Questions and answers. AFTERNOON SESSION 2. 30 O'CLOCK. Paper "How is the Public Affected by a High Rate of interest? What is a High Rate of Intorest?" Heber Stone, Esq, president First, National bank. Brenham. Paper "Country Banks and Cot ton Buyers." J E Longmoor, Esq. cashier First National bank, Rock dale. General discussion of above sub jects. Questions and answers. THIRD DAY, MAY 12, 161)2 10 A.M. "Inequality of Bank Taxation and how to Remedy it." A P Wooldridge, Esq, president City National bank, Austin. General discussion of above sub jects. Questions and answers . AFTERNOON SESSION 2:30 O'CLOCK Report of nominating commitees. Election and installation of officers. Consideration of resolu tions. Unfinished business. Adjournment. The local programme will not be completed until next Monday. A Safe Investment, Is one whioh is guaranteed to bring you sutisfaotory results, or in case of failure a return of purohase prioo. On this safe plan you oan buy from our advertised druggist a bottlo of Dr. King's Now DiBnovery for Consump tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every caso, when used for any af fection of throat, lungs, chest, suoh as consumption, inflammation of lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, oroup, etc, oto. It is pleasant and agreeable to tasto, perfootly safe, and oan always bo deponded upon. Trial bottles free at W. B. Morri. son & Go's, drug store In Roferonco to tho Auction Sale or Diamonds and Jewelry. A Nkws ropotter met Mr. D. Dom nau, manager for Mr. L. Nowburg, this morning and in speaking of t It 0 oponing and yostordiy's grand auc tion saloB of diamonds and jowelry, ho said that ho would bo ootnpcllcd to discontinue tho special auction sales for ladies bceauso it waa impossible to keep tho plaoo from being so orowdod as to render it unpleasant for them, but that they would find abundant op portunity to purohaso all thoy wanted botwoon the auction hours. Mr. Domnau says the pales have been im monsoly successful and suggested tl at tho ladies send thoir husbands down to buy what thoy wanted at auction. Tho auotion hours are from 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 1 p. m. and 7:30 to 10 p. m. ri ' WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." i Sleepy. ; It a man is drowsy 5 la tlio day UmoJ attor a good; night's sleep, J thoro'e lnillKf8-fi tlou and stomach disorder m H a n O by removing tho wnste S "8 SLL.23 matur which Is dug-, 5 Ins tho system, will run- nil Itlllmi- ?niiil Xrrvinm IIKnrtlrri, and will Snuli-Llv rllri Slpli llemlaelit. ; Covered with a Tasteless and Soluble Coating. ! iQt nil dniRSlsts. Prlco 25 cents a uox 3 Now York Dopot, 3G5 Canal St. Z 5 '-v'vtrui Transfers of Real Estate. Reported by tho Waoo Abstraot and Investment Company, Room 17, Prov dont Building, Waco, Texas. Geo Diehl et al to College Heights Investment company, 37 lots Farwell Heights addition, $1 and partition. College Heights Investment com pany, to Geo Diehl and '?osa D Pat terson, 38 lots Farewell Heights addi tion $ 1 and partition. S B Harris to T D Honea tract, South Waco, Gurley addition, $550. M T Richey to T B Barton, 100 by 1S2 feet North Fifth street, Morrow, $2400. A P Smith and wife to W R Thomas, 100 by 165 feet, Wood street, $400. J A Moccure to E F Moncure 6 blocks Fairview addition, $13,500. Total April 20, 1892, $16,852. YOU SHOULD NOT BE WITHOUT IT, Every family is liable to havo a hereditary taint ot comBumption in it. It may date back three or even four generations. This faot makes it ncces 6ary always to have on hand a remedy with which to combat this formidable disease. A cough when taken at first can readily be cured before it gets a serious hold on tho lungs Ballard's Horehound Syrup when taken in its early stages will cure consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every caso, when used for anv affection oi of the throat, lungs and ohest, such as consumption, inflaraationof the lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup etc. It is pleasant to take, per fectly safe and can always bo depond ed on. Sold by II. C. Rishcr & Uo. Touching Pianos and Organs. I claim to be a cheap house, but unlike some of my competitors, I do sell goods that aro not first-class. Still 1 have more first-class goods in my house than any house in Waco, and 1 do not havo to wire anyone to know the lowest price. I can sell a piano like every other first-class houso and keep all kinds,both ohoap, medium and first-class. But unlike some othor houses I do not sell a cheap instru ment as first-clasa, bceauso I am my own boss, and do not have to do as I am told about these thinga. Neither have I as delicate a musical ear as some, still I sell more pianos and organs, hotter ones and for Iobs monoy than any house in Waco notwith standing the faot that I am not tho oldest house in the state and havo sold sowing maohines aud do trade for mules, horses and cattle and take them at good priocs and sell goods at cash prices and will meet any com petitors Come and seo mo. Yours truly, J. B. Payne. Tho London and Liverpool artist tailor, just from New York, ha opened at Sixth and Austin streets. Perfect fit, fine work and prioes very reasonable. A nice stock to seleot suits from. Give him a call. Hub diploma for outting. Dr. Goo. P. Mann, den ,' t. F .i. eettof upper or lower teeth, 12.50. $ ' ?li i in 5 M'S Thoy Moot for Organization at tho City Hall Last Night. About a dozen of tho most enthu siastic of Waoo's whcolincn met in tho mayor's court room at tho city hall last night and about as many more sent messagos of regret at .thoir ina bility to attond but assuring thoso present of thoir most hearty 00 opera tion in tho future. Mr. W. A. Parker was elcotod chair man and Mr. Arthur Lovo scorotary. Tho chairman opened the meeting with a splendid address on the necess ity and benefits of a Bioyolo club which was well received by thoso pres ent. Tho oponing address was followed by soveral others from Messrs Tumor, Love, Boers, Brelsford and othera. On motion tho ohairman appointed Messrs. Turner, Beers and Brelsford as a cominittcc on constitution and by-laws. On motion the chairman was added to tho ootnmittco. The wheelmen present wcro Mossrs. Parker, Turner, Boers, Lovo, lirels ford, Cornish, Gassaway, Sewoll, Fay, Clark and Jones. After the appointment of tho com mittee the hoube went into an informal disoussion of tho objoots and benefits of tho club. Many things were sug gested among them a bicycle tourna ment to bo held hero this summor. Quito a numbor of Waco's most sub stantial business mon havo said that should such a thing be gotton up thoy would help it every way in their pow er. Mr. Padgitt has offered to con struot a quarter traok at tho park. Waoo oan number among hor whcol men tho champions of tho stato: Tho Messrs. Parker. The gontlomon have jointly about thirty gold medal which thoy have carriod off in state and intcistatc matches. Think of it and talk of it to all who are interested in manly sports, and let the next mooting of the club on next Wednesday night be a rousing ono with a full houso. Don't be a spider and craicl in theso days 1 Why not keep up with tho nineteenth century t You would not huy a Bteam engino made liko thoso of a century ago. Then why should you buy the old-fashioned, big, drastic pills that gripo and debili tate your system? As great improvements havo been made in pills as in steam engines. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets aro tiny, sugar-coated granules, or pills, are easiest to take, and never gripo or shock tho system. They are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless. Ono httlo Pellet's a laxative, threo to four aro cathartic. Thoy regu late and clcanso tho liver, stomach and bowel quickly, but thor oughly. They're tho cheapest pill, sold by druggists, becauso you only pay for the good you get. Thcy'ro guaranteed to givo satisfaction, every time, or your money is re turned. That's the peculiar plan all Dr. Pierco's medicines aro Bold on. Can you ask moro? By a Large Majority. It is concoded by a popular vote of an overwhelming majority that Mo Kennon Bros. & Co., keeps the best soda drinks and tho finest cigars in tho city. ForSa'le. Four fine stallions, at the Mills wagon yaTd. Two Normons, ono Morgan and ono Clovoland bay. Also somo most oxcollent saddle and driv ing horses. Call and seo them. 'Littlo Daisy" contains moro and finer " Vuolta Abajo" Havana tobaoo than any cigar in Waoo. Wo sell them 8 for 25 oonts. Don Ceasar. A lOo. Havana fillor cigar sold at 5 cents. Dooidedly the best smoke in the oitv. Onlw at h nu rw. drug Store. 1 Wait, don't buy a buggy till you see Bon Garland ar tlmir nn i., Austin street. WHY ISHE ' W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE OENfe&IEH THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEYf It is ft pcunlosg shoo, with mi tnek or wm tlireaA to hurt tliofceti m.-ulo of tho tui.l lino calf, etyll.ti and cmy, and because uc make more ehocn ofth grade lhananu nlher mnnvfnchtrer, It oiuaU Laiiil. eowrd nliiH' costing from $ mo to $3 (0. ffiC OHCpniiliii llnml-Hi'ttpil, thoflnPKtcMf Imported shoes tilcli eot from $3.11 to $12 uo. R4 00. Inml-f'Jwpil.Wcli WIiim", firm cnlf. P stylish, romfortnlilo nml durnlilo. lhobwt shoo evrr ofTi-rcd nt thl prlco : unmu Krado aa vu. toui-mniln nhora cosllnn from to HI to $'i Oil. RO 50 I'ollro Shnni Tanners. Knllmad ltr PJa nnd LettcrOarrlcrinll wi-nrthum: lluocnir. roamlcM, gmooth Inside, heavy threo sulos, oxten" BlontMlRo. Ono pair will wcarnyear. CO 00 flint cnlTi iioliotlerBhoooTproffprodnt iDtmrn this prlco; ono trial will convince thuu who want a shoo for comfort nnd service. R2 3 nml S'2.110 Warklnnuinn'a shoivi nro icry strong nod durable. Thoso wha Havo slvcu them ft trial will wear noothermalto. Dnlfcl S'-J.OO nml SI. 73 school shoes am J ' y J O w om ly t hu boys e cry w here: they Boa on their merits, n tho luerealiiR sales show. II arlipC SSI.UU, lliiiiil-nrut-il shoo. Ik (allies DoiiRola, verystvllsh; enuaU French Imported shoos eostlmr from sl.u) to sen). linillrn U.iSII, M-J.0II mid 81.73 shoo for Mlisesore tho hest flno Uongola. Mylli.li nud durabla. Cnilllnn. Kco that W. I.. Douulas' nnmo ai4 .-..w mu .Hiuijmi uu .uw uviiuui j, t-jj BUUQ. tir TA KK, NO 811 USTITUTE.tfl 1st on local aavprtlned dealers stinnlylni vn .Insist tf "; i . i n . ."; u " "'."."' "iT'"J"nK.yp. J. dansol Wood Shoo and Clothing Company. Elegant Photographs. Having recently purchased the larg 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 gracelul in pose; a boauty and a joy forever. Call oa 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. Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes mid Dr. J. R. Forroll havo fitted up a suito of rooms in tho new Provident building, second floor, where thoy may bo found in future Telephone at office and residences. Slates at Old Cornor Drug Store. A man who buys for cash and in big quantities can givo insido figures ie selling. Tom Padgitt is snch a man, and if you need '..nything in tho shape of a buggy, phaeton, carriage, cart o any othor vehiolo, look ovor hia im mnnso stock and learn his prices and. jou will oortainly buy. Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lohman's. Milwaukee bottled beer for salo at J. A.Early's. Everybody goes to Joo Lenman'o whon they want a good meal, or i oroam. W ith pure artesian water, specia soap, an extra fine starch and as fino machinery as is made, with trained experts, tho Artesian Steam Laundry work is unsurpassed anywhere. FALL & PUCKETT Funeral Directors, No. 423 Franklin Street. SKILLFUL -:--EMBALMERS. Real If you havo houses to rent or wish to ront Estate " It' YOU have lots, houses" rannhns OS any othor property to buy or sell Bell You will find it to your interest to consult tbo old reliablo real eBtatcinon, 8asaman Bell & Sassahan, No. 411 Frank n Street.