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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY APRIL 22 1892.
3 1 w. H, WILKK8, M I) W.0.W1LKK9, MI) Uosldcnco illU N 12 St. Besmenco iw i DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. KOOMS IN I'IOVll)Kr.TH.ILl)lNG. bUto at Old Corner DrUK Btoro. Toltspnone at Olllcfl (""I Residences. R. T- DENNIS & BRO. $ . , S-ft-: VV-VY:-frt-. -C7 .v-rr: u -jjsmtr- FUKEKAL IlIKECTOliS EMBALMEKS ,'ilS AnMiti Avenue. WAOO, TCXAS, COMMERCIAL HOUSE. Cor. Eighth cy Clay Sis. Unit hrobtorlm noutli of Mo, l'arffle 11.11 Ih'imt. VST F IESTCLA SS. - Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. JOHN II. JEHOINS, -AUTISTIC Paper-HangQr,PainterjGrainer. riticr.s hi:asonaiii,i:. Leave orders with (5. H, Rosonthal No. 307 Austin avouuo. tilacKwell Hotel. Good beds and best of fare, Hates $1.00 per day. Meals 25 cents, 120 Second stroot, next door to the oourt house tf Rules and Regulations at the Park Natatorlum. Opon 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 VS.. Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and gentlemen, pool party, tub, necdlo, and vapor baths at all hours for pationts nnd others. Experienced male and femalo attendants day and night. Tom Padgitt, Proprietor. J. B. CiiKhNUT, Manager. Tho best restaurant in towu, Joo Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. Sleeper, Clifton & Co , Ladies' Ox ford Tips 2 Ladies Oxford Ties $2.50, Ladies Ox- ford TifF $3. Joe Lehman's for ioo oream and oonf eotionui ios 117 South Fourth street. Lois. The onl cheap lots offered in Waco for thd last five years aro thoso now on the market in the Kirkpatrick Ad dition, East Waoo. These lots are being sold for one-half thoir real val ue, making a ohnnco to secure a do sirable homo such as will never ocour again. Cheap JLots. Those lots Ho high and dry. They overlook a large portion of tho oity and havo perfect drainage. They lie in tho hoalthiest part of tho city, oatuh ing tho pnro breozes from tho prairie untainted by passago over any part of tho city. Cheap LdOfs. These lots huvo tho finest soil, a rich smdy loam, adtnirablo for gar dens, and aro underlaid with pure wator in inexhaustible quantities at o depth of fifteon and sixteen feet, whioh can bo usod for irrigation. Cheap !Lots v TheBo lots aro closer to tho center ) the oity than any other addition, and at tho samo distance lots are sell ing for three and flvo times tho prioo aBked for theso. Thero is millions in H lor persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or P. G Kirkpatriok, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho Ivirkpatriok addition can obtain them upon application. -, s:,sfT.,-rr.-?rr'rJ:?zz.trA Oheap AR'NT YOU AWARE L2 THAT WE CAN SELL YOU FOOT WEAR AT A CONSIDERABLE SAVING ? Take tho trouble to look through this department and if wo don't sur prise you you'll surprise us. Our 08o men's shoes in lacennd con gress lire nothing less thuu purylioru. Wo don't mean that they have the least enervating ell'oct upon tho wearer, but competitors nre stningoly ullectod when they are mentioned; tliey nro simply 5.1.60 vulues. Our 1.50, 1.75 and 12 00 men's stious aro proportionately ua low, and wo nro ready to nitttuh them against nuy thiug that enn be troltod out at from 2.00. 2.B0 unci 3.00. If at all fastidious, you want to see what wo can do in 2.50 und 3.00 linos. Wo huvo handled the Bume goods for years and aro perfectly willing to risk our reputation ou their fitting und wearing qualities. Hand sowed goods that ovorybody nsks5,00 for weonly want 3 00 for. In Ladies' Shoos wo also show tho best values in tho town. At 73u wo huvo a kid lace, patont leather trimmed und tipped, also a soft glovo grain, light weight button shoo. They aro not solid, but novtr heloss as goou as are usually sold for 1.00. Eighty-seven cents is our price for a solid lealhor, glove grain, button shoe, usually sold for 1.23. At 1.00 wo have kid and glovo grain button shoos that aro the poors of any thing usually sold at l.fiu. At 1.25, 1 50 and 1.75 wo have neat fitting shoes and elegant value. Our custom made lines at 2.00, 2.50 nnd 3.00 can't be lij.'itetiod anywhere under 25 per cont. ndvaueo. Wo carry a complete line of child ren's, mlssos and boys shoos in either heavy or light woights at very low prices. Everything in Oxfords for ladies and misses, We sell Straw Hats and all classes of HEAD GEAR for that matter and aro positive wo can savoyoua low dimos in this de partment. We have a big job of ohildron's Straw Hats, 25 dozen assorted shapes aud 10 dozen sailors which go at loo oach nothing in tho lot worth ess than 40c. Our stylo of buslnss is SPOT CASH and striotly one price for all. H. B. Mistrot & Co., 8th and Austin. VOiiEN Die hand that rooks the cradls U till band that ruiea the world. The influence -if .i mother, thelnflueno of a enter, th" inilueiiie ul a wife. Th world Ite.3 Hum mi.uuu.e. It suupea the destiny of iin-n i ' mother's sake, for a Bister's sake, i'ur h wifu s bake a man will strive to be honoralle He becomes am bitious. He becomes successful Happy the househiii-1 where the women folks are cheerful, contented, uml happy. How pitabla the homo .vhere mother, sister, or wife liei ill. l'u k a' d the remedy that la suited to the ' i "r womanhood and that will restore .icvinn. sirk.y, aching, de spondent wo.ne i i l.tM.tii und strength. WEAK VtfOMEN Buch a reiueiij i Dt John bull's Saraa parilla. It in eminently the best remedy for tho cu.il-3 j a.i-A istrtis Incident to and following a condition of disordered female function It rewvrs strengthens, and regulates tin f minine constitution. Mrs. Mary t Wilkinson, Jackson, Tenn., writes " "I whs a verj lieu 1 till uom.ui before my rnarrl.i','e, but .UUos frp'a u inlscnrrlaEO, my ueultli (tot to lo very liml. My complex. Ion becuiiio ouiiow. 1 liLouiuuneivous anq sleepless, 1 creu tula ami debpondeut. Mj appetite wax tickle, and what J to laid llks leud upon my otouiueu. My liublU were lr regular, ami I su lore d mtiLli pain. I used RflADE prescriptions ot soNurul Kood docton. but my allinenW liiiira,eil A Uenrlui? down fitln about my back nnd 'olns eemed as II t n'ouldklllme I was subject to frequent beaaacb(jancl ultioin iitmi ks. In tlilt con dition I benu a am of I)r. lluU'k Sareapa rllla. It seemcl precisely hulled to my coadltlou. livery spoonful sieuied to co to tlie rlcht spot I toon t-Uowtd ureal lm nrovement. and my fi lends rejoiced at my roturuluij ncaltn. I u6fcd It during, the months of Marcti and Apill, nnd give It all the ciedit for my present enjoyment of llfj and (,'ood lieaUlu It Is u boon to weak and luUerlns women." STRONG. Nelly Davu, llulcja, Ark., r.tts: "Dr. Bull's Snrviparllln has improved "Y healtn wonderlully. alo isreatl) tm,i.jed mj looks. I had eruptlouk on my v n but they have disappeared, aud 1 wa. very weak, witli no appetite, and at tlnasbutlered treat pain, but now 1 feel quite well asuiu." mr Many a pale and sickly looking little child bus been saved by lis good mother ttvlusltDi. John Hull's Worm Destroyers. lUcy usteaood. Price 25 cents. ttr Nothing makes a person feel so bad s a touch of chills nnd fever. Smith's Tonlo Syrup Is pleasant to Uke, and cures this ailment quukl. JonN D. Paisk A Son, WMnale Agenlt, 175. 177 and 17 tiycamore St., Uuclnuatl, O. 61 Farms and ranches in all parts of tho stato for sale by Kellutn & Lawson, tho loading real estate dealers, 113 South Fourth street, THE CITY FATHERS. .V LIVELY M'.SMOIM IISI' Hi I IT. TlicStnntl Ing Committee Appointed lor tlio Coining Voiir Appointive) Officer I(r-i:ivctcil Kniiltiio Itim-tticks-l'ollcctiirn to bo Appointed ut the Next Meeting. Tho city coui cil wag called to order Inst night at tho usual hour with Mayor MoCullooh and all the alder men except Alderman BrinkerhotT in place. The minutes of the previous moot ing was road. Alderman Hawkins claimed that thero wsb an error in tho report of tho vote on mayor pro torn, and asked for a correction. Iho question involved a secret ballot and elicited some very spicy debate. Tho final result was that the minutes were adopted as read. Tho following appointments for standing committees wero then read. Public Improvement Slaughtei , Latimer, Poage. Firo Department Jones, Poage, Brinkerholf, Hawkins, Latimer. Waterworks Hawkins, Bnnker hoff, Lacy. Streots Laoy Poago Payne, King and Slaughter. Schools King, Jones, Slaughter, Baker, Paynn. Finacoe Baker, Jones and King. Police Latimer, Jones, Slaughter. Ordinanoe Brinkerhoff, Hawkine, Baker. Piinting Poage, Hawkins, King. Sanitary Payne, Laoy, Hawkins. Cemetery Payne, Baker, Lucy. Gas Poage, Jones, Pay no. The mayor announced that he would nominate the policemen at tho next meeting. Alderman Jones was appointed chairman of the sohool committeo, but declined to serve, stating that his pri vate business would prevent him from giving as much tinio to tho work as it would necessitate. Alderman rung was appointed in his stead. Tho mayor's nomination for tho various appointive officers wero all confirmed except that of Sexton Sim mons of Oakwood cemetery, which was referred to the oemetery committee for investigation. All the present in oumbents were re elected. Tho following telegram was read and ordered filed. "Has city deoidod to deliver us bonds under our contract if not will bring suit immediately. We ought not to be expectod to wait longer. Wire definite answer." Blaiu & Co. A petition for refunding of taxes was read and referred to the oity at torney. A petition from F. C. Cole, 0. E. was road and filed. Ho petitions for the office of city enginoor. This petition was followed by ono signed by a large number of promi nent oitizens who requosted that the present incumbent be retained. It was moved that tho request be granted. It was moved as a substitute motion that action be deferred for a week so that a bettor trado could bo made. The ayes and noes was called and tho substitute was lost. Tho original question was then put and oarricd. The matter of a contract was re ferred to tho Finance oommittoc. A petition to move a building on Seventh street was referred to the firo committee A petition of L. Magco for taxes collected moro than was due was re ferred to tho city attorney. A number of potitions for tho re funding of impounding fees was re ferred to the polioo committeo. A petition was read from tho attor neys of the Waco Female oollogs trus tees requesting that a lien now held against the college for street paving be removed. Thd lien, thoy claim, was unjust and affected the title of tho property and proventcd them from Belling. A petition was read and referred to tho cometory committee that Mr. J. E. Napier be appointed as soxton of Oak wood cemetory. A petition of citizens living on Washington street botweon bixteenth and Eighteenth Btreets was road and roletred to the street and gas commit tee A petition was road of the Waco Water and Power company to bo per mitted to lay a water main on Wobstcr street for a block botweon the alley between Tenth and Eleventh and the alley between Eleventh and Twelfth. This petition caused a great deal of discussion. The motion was mado and csrred that tho matter be referred to tho Btroet committee, city onginoer anu attorney witn power to aot A lonij petition was read from the grocers m ihe city requesting that thoy bo permitted to handlo and keep on hand as much as i!50 gallons of kercseno and galolino. Referred to the lire oommittce. An invitation fiom Pat Cloburno Camp Confederates to the oity eounoil to attend tho Decoration Da excrciso on May !5 was read and aocepted with thanks A petition of Fall & Puckett to bo allowed to paint signs on tho suspen sion bridge was read and granted. The special committee appointod to imestigato tho telegram hoin the Nor hwestorn Lifo Insurance oompany and to ascertain who wroto tho letter of information to them reported. Tho letters wore sent to them by an almost unknown Gnu. Why it was sent mo recipients could not guoes. Further time was granted on various matters referred to tho regular com mittees. The ordinanoe nroviding for the re funding of the Waco and Northwes tern railway bonds, was read for the third timo. Tho ordinonco provides for $41,000 worth of twenty year (iper oent bonds, and passed unanimously. Tho matter was then reforred to tho printing ooiumittoo with instructions to havo them lithographed Thore was a long diFccssion over a bill presented for medioal services to a drunk in tho calaboose when it was shown that said drunk was well able to pay the bill. It was finally re forred to tho committeo for another report. The oity attorney's report on the petition for damages for tho killing of a horse by a Hobson lino oar was road. Tho report was an adverse one. Tho bills of two physicians was road, who were called iu to attend a suicide when the city physician was not on hand. It was referred to tho financo committee. Tho ordiuanco to distribute the work of tho street force in the wards was tabled. Alderman Baker offered a resolu tion allowing the Board ol Trade the uso of committee room adjoining the oounoil ohambor, resolution adopted. Tho street commissioner was in structed to uso the street forco to cloan the two cemeteries for Decora tion day exercises. Council adjourned at 10:30 after a short but interesting eeseion ORGANIZE! ORGANIZE!! Tho Friends or Judge Clark Called Upon to Organize. Following is a call issued by the executive committee of the Clark and Elective Commission Campaign ; The attention of the friends of Judge Clark and an elective commis sion, throughout the state, is called to the following : i. In all counties where there is yet no organization let mass meetings be ca'led and an executive committee of five persons in each county elected. Report the names of such committee to this office without dolay. 2 In all counties where organiza tion has been perfected please report the names of the executive committoe to this office as soon as possible 3. Wheie Clark and elective com mission clubs have been organized we desire the name and location of the club, the name of tho chairman and the total number of members The importance of the above justi fies us in expecting replies from every county at an early day Very tru'y, R. B. Paiirott, State Organizer. Falling off a Precipice is a terrible thing oven indreims The viotim of this lrequent form ol night mare awakes with a start and a ory; his limbs bathed in oold porspiration, his heart thumping ticmulously. Moral: Don't sleep on your baok, particularly if you aro troubled with dyspepsia and nervousness, and uso Ilostetter's Stomuoh Bitteis to euro theso joint troubles. For sleepless ness, the inseparable attendant of chronio dyspepsia, and its offspring as well the Bitters is a surpassing reme dy. Tho disordered stomaoh is the progenitor of numbetlesB harassing (symptoms, and tho organs of thinking is a faithful reflector ot its disturb anoo, in which tho livor and bowels also share. If wo aro to restoro quie tude to tho brain and nervous system, we must reinforoo tho stomaoh aud regulate the notion of the digestive, secretive and evaouative organs. Prevent and remedy malaria, inac tivity of the kidneyR and bladder, do bility, Heartburn, sickheadaohos and la grippe with this remody, whioh has received the unqualified sanction of eminent physicians. Motlco to Contractors. Scaled proposals will bo recoived at tho offico ol city secretary, to bo opened at 3 o'clook p m. "April J28, 18q2, at tho city hall, Wico, Texas, by the mayor and street committeo, for furnishing all material and labor, and constructing, approximately 9700 litiHel feet of 15 inch double strength sanitary sewer, with all junctions und speoial connectionr, in Third and Fourth wards, plans, profiles and spocifioationB on Gle at city engineer's ollicf, a certified check for fcSUO paya ble to tho'mayoroi Waoo must accom pany each bid. The right to reject any or all bids, is reserved by tho city council of the oitv of Waoo. Texas. O. C. McUitli och, Mayor. Attest, Tonkv Jones, City Seorotary. April Kl, 189. Spring Modlelnp. Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills on acoount of their mild action aro cfpo cially adapted for correcting spring disorders, suoh as impure blood, tired brain and aching and worn out body They aot promptly on tho Livor and Kidneys; drive out all impurities from tho blood, aud malaria from tno sys tem. Only ono Pill for a Doso. Try tbein this spting. Sold at 25 contsn box bv W. B. Morrison & Co. Artistic Work:. Thero aro tailors and tailors, some are good, somo indifferent and somo baJ, but Laok & Groouberg in thoir now place, 414 AuBtin btrcct must be classed among tho good ones, Thoy aro first class skillful outtcrs, fino workmen and caroful and pains taking in thoir work. They mako perfect fits and do tho very finest work to be had. Although but re cently started, work is flowing iu on thorn from poop lo who know tho ex cellent fits they give and tho work they do. They carry a fino lino of stylish goods and samples and can got up nobby suits in short order. Give them a call and order and you aro sure to bo well dressed and wclL ploascd. Buohlen'a Arnica Halve. The best salve in the world for oats, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fo ver sores, tetter, ohuppod hands, ohll blalns, oorna an-i all skin eruptions, and positively jures piles, or no puy required. It In gnarontood to give satisfaction or uionoy refunded. Price 26 cents a box. Fc salo by W. B Morrison Oo. Joo Lehman is tho most popular ros taurant man iu Texas. His place 1 17 South Fourth stroot. Money! Monoyl! Monoyll Money loaned on farms, ranches and improved oity property, 11. M. CiiAMUKitLiN & Son. 109 S. Fifth street. Wo don't harp on the Sumatra dice, but moncv says that tho "Little Daisy," "Nox "AH" and "Mothor-in-law" cigars equuls anything in tho city for double the monoy. Try them. Bottle beor alwuys on ice at J- A. Early's. -THE- Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis Sou Ihwestern Ry.jj TO l Louis, Cairo. Memphis AND ALL rOIUTB I1ETOHD. sTree Reollnlng Chair Cara and Pnllman BufTot Sleopora. Two Daily Trains MEMPHIS ' a.kd all rollers BEYorro, To VTlin flnlw T.liin . . j.Jiv jmxmj ui dlrrrln pa gars lo eonMctins; rMMUalMBUPQIS wins on a teste and dliscrmable omnibus trac. r aeroas U alty. Ti 0 Only Line uthrom ..-p. titKC4UrMUTtotwtwa0lTWORTZl SA4 Mxstnna. The Only Line ,mbKn.,hearM vice between MBMFTriB a4 point la GH TR1LTHX1. The Shortest Rout TO ALL POLNTB IN THE ABTexaLiBafcTilhro(feUcktinntal , The Cotton Belt Routei Kstfts, mfa tllM table and all luformaUfc rtll bi ebassfsJOy fltnliW ax sppllrsdott t ttj ajrt of Buecapaay, or K.u.ouJtraa. w.11, miwixuu.