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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY APRIL 23 1892.
ff. II. WILKK8, MO W. O. WlIiKKS, M D Residence 120 N Ht Rceldenco ill 0 N 12 St. ORS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. ROOJlb 1 l'l OA Il)i:M' 1 UI.D1NG. slate- at Old Corner limn Btoro. Tolopaono at Olllco nnj Residences. R. T- DENNIS & BSO. .J a,vi:is,ii,iiiiii:cTOi:S0TMAUii!i:s .'ilS AuMill Annuo. w wo, TBXAS, ..IIBW '' COMMERCIAL HOUSE. Cor. Jilyith (f Clay Sis. Cnly ttto bUicl.n mmlli of Mo, J'nrllr ll.lt Depot. loT IF IKSTCLA ss. ne&a Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. JOHN H. JE11GINS, ARTISTIC Paper-Hanger, PainterGrainer. i'mri:s iiiuso.-naiili:. Leave orders with O. H, Rosenthal No. 307 Austin uvenuo. mackwell Hotel. Good beds and best of fare. Kates i 1.00 per day. Jleals 23 oonts, 120 becond street, next door to the court house. tf Rules and Regulations at tho Park Nntatorlura. Open 0 a. m. to 10 p. m. closed on Sunday night Pool reserved for ladies exclusively Wednesday evening '1 to 5 30, Saturday morning 9 to 12, Monday night 9 to 10 for Indies and gentlemen, pool party, tub, needle, and vapor baths at all hours for pationts and others. Experienced male and fcmalo attendants day and night. Tom Padgitt, Proprietor. J. B. CiiEhNUT, Manager. Tho best restaurant m town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth Etrcot Sleeper, Clifton & Co., Ladies' Ox ford Tins (.2 Ladies Oxford Tics $2.f0, Ladies Ox ford Tic? $3. Joe Lohman's for loo cream and confectioneries 117 South Fourth street The onl cheap lots offered in "Waco for tho last five years aro thoso now on the market in tho Kirkpatnok Ad dition, East Waco. These lots are being Bold for one-half their real val ue making a ohanco to sccuro a do sirahle homo such as will novor ooour again. Cheap Xots. Theso lots ho Inch and dry. They overlook a large portion of tho oity QQ iiavo porleot drainage. They lie a the healthiest part of tho city, catch iK tho puro breozes from tho prairie untainted by passago over any part of the city. Cheap Lots Thoso lots havo tho finest soil, a "fh sindv loam, admirable for car tons, and aro underlaid with pure water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteon and sixteen foot, which oan bo UBod for irrigation. Cheap !Lot R Theso lots aro olnsor to tho center jf the oity than any other addition, and at tho same distance lots aro Boll 1DB for thrco and flvo times tho price "ked for theso. Thero is millions in 11 tor persons of small means. Gall on F'rs or P. G Kirkpatrick, Bouthwest Denier eighth and Clay street. "11 parties desiring plats of tho Mtkpatriok addition oan obtain them PPon application. JSLift ISuJ&S At . r jri . m-i t iiv T"?r EillfiL SP All'NT YOU AWARE THAT WE CAN SELL YOU FOOT WEAR ' AT A CONSIDERABLE SAYING? Take tho trouble to look through this department and if wo don't sur prlsoyou you'll surprise us. Our USomon's shoos in lueoniid con gross nro nothing luss than purylizors. Wo don't mo.iu that they imvo tho loast onorvatlng effect upon tho wouror, but oonipotltorsnro strangoly ntleetcd when they aro inontioned; tlity aio simply 1.00 values. Our 1.10, 1.75 and ii 00 moil's shoes aro pioportlonsttuly as low, and wo aro roidy to mutuh thorn against any thing that can bo trotted out at lrom 12.00, 52.50 and 3.00. It at all fastidious, you want to see what wo can do hi 2.60 and 3 00 linos. Wo havo handled tho samo goods for years and,aio puifectly willing to risk our reputation on their lilting and wearing qualities. Hand sewed goods that ovorybody asksS.OO for weonly want 3 00 lor. In Ladles' Shoes wo also show tho boat values in tho town. At 73o wo havo a kid lnco, patont leather trimmed and tipped, also a soil glove grain, light weight button shoe. They aro not solid, but novtr holess as good as aro usually sold for 1.00 Eighty-seven conts is our prico for u solid leathor, glove grain, button shoo, usually sold for 1.52.3. At 1.00 wo havo kid and glovo grain button shoes that aro tho poors of any thing usually sold at 1.50. At 1.25, 1 50 and 1.75 wo havo neat fitting shoes and oloant values. Our custom made Hues at 2.00,2 50 and 3.00 can't be matched anywhoro under 25 por cent, advance Wo carry a complete lino of child ren's, misses and boys shoos In either heavy or light weights at very low prices. Everything in Oxfords for Indies and misses, Wo soil Straw Hats and all classes of HEAD GEAR for that niattor and aro positivo wo can savo you a low dimes In this de partment. We havo a big job of children's Straw Hals, 23 dozen nssorttd shapes and 10 dozen sailors which go at loo each nothing in tho lot worth ess than 40o. Our stylo of busiuss is SPOT CASH and strictly one prico lor all. a n e:.ia o e, nfiioiiut&uu., 8th and Austin. vclui:n rh hand that roo'cs the cradle ia tit baud that rules the world. The influence of a mother, the Influence oi a iUer, the intlin ui.e ut a wife. The world fLum this milium e It shapes the destiny of men 1 jr .i mother's bake, or a sister's sake for .i ife s sake a man will tnvu to be honorable He becomes am bitious Ho becomes successful Happy the houehoi 1 where the women folks art cheerful, omu.iteil, uiul luppy. How pitahle the home where mother, bister, or wife lies ill. 11. iw gland the remedy that is suited to the i I iso. womanhood and that will restore uenuus - kl , aching, de ipondcnt woine i to In .nth uiul strength. WEAK WORAEN Such a reuiciU is 1'r John hulls Sara panlhi It is Jminemlj the best remedy lor the cul.iie3i.s .uul uatrcis incident to and follow 1 1,; n condition of disordered female functions It re ives, ttrtngthens, and regulates i ie feminine constitution. Mrs Mary V ilkinson, Jackson, Tmn., writes "1 was a cry health woman before ray roan-hue, but ilatlni; from a mci.rrlRRe, my lieulih guitoba vir bail. M complex, lou becumu hallow. 1 he unit nirtoiw and leepless, I grew tliln ami despondent. My appctlto wo-s lickle, and what 1 nte laid lllci lead npun my stoma, li. JIj habits were lr. regular, uud 1 suilercd much pain. I used prescriptions of s.eral pood doctors, but mv ailments Ineie.iHOd A bcarliiK down filn about my back and loins teemed as If t iriiuld kill me I uiih MibjOLt to frtquenl headaches and bilious uttucks. In this con dition I beiiin u use of Dr. Hull's bnreapa rllla. It 6eemed pietmtly suited to my condition. l.ery hiioonful stuntd to go to tho right spot 1 toon (.how id crent 'ln iirocincut. and ray friends rejoiced at my returning health. I used H during the month-, of March mid April, and give It all the credit for mj preseut enjojiiu nt of lift and good health. It Is n boon to weak and fullering women." STRONG. Nelly Davis, Helena, Ark., wntes: "Dr. Bull's Ban.apariilu has improved vy health wonderful! , also grtatly Hi',- cd my looks 1 hadcruptionsou mj nbuttbey have dlsapiieared. and I wr icry wtiik, with no appetite, and at times Buffered great pain, but now I feel quite well aguiu." OB-Many n pale and sickly looking little child has been s.ned by Its good mother riving It Dr. John Hull's Worm Destrojen. 1 key tanto good, l'rlce 25 cents. OirNotuing nuikes n person feel so bad as a touch of chilis nnd fever. Hmlth'sTonlo Byrup is ple.nant to take, and cuus this aliment quickly. Jon.v D. Pakk & Poss, Wholesale Agtnti, 175, 177 and 17 bycamore ht-, Cincinnati, O ffil Farms and ranches in all parts of tho stato for sale by Kellum & Lawson, tho loading roal estate dealers, 113 South Fourth street, BOARD OF TRADE ADDRESS. thij oiur.oTs or tiiij ASSOOIA tion mvi' rturrii. Ami mi Kiirnckt Appral to Ilia Itiiti. nesN .lien o Waco to Itutly In llio .Support or 11, ii li d .Unto Unitedly for tilt- IliitiiiltiUnp; of Waco. The lndifferrnce of the general pub lio suggests that tho aims and purpo ses ol tho boaid of trado are not uu derstood. It is a patent fact that its objects aro not appreciated by tho inasees. The name is a "misnomer" and well calculated to mislead. The socond article of tho constitution sets forth in olean cut, forceful langujge the central idra that suggested the formation of such an organization, while section 1 of article III Matct plainly tho necessary (justifications to membership AUTIOLK II OIIJEC1S. The objtctH of this association aro to establish a&d maintain a board of trade, to unito the business men of Waco in tho promotion of their com mon interests, and tho advancement and development of the material wel faro of their city; to acquire, preserve dUscmluato valuable commercial and eoonomio information, to advertise the advantages of Waco, to encourage immigratfon, investment and the es tablibhiiunt of manufactories and com mercial institutions of all kinds, and generally to secure to its members the beuefits of co operotion in tho further ance of their legitimate pursuits. ARTICLE III MEJIIlEIteilll'. Section 1. Any citizen of Waco, of good, moril character, may becomo a member of this association upon his cleotion and pajment ot his member ship fee as herein provided. 1 will ho seen from theso articles that tho ba-ic principle of this asso ciation is co-operation and the con trolling idea is the advancement and development of the material wclfaro of tho citj. Upon such a broad platform the banker and 'he artisan, the capi talist and tho laborer, tho merchant and tho farmer can stand shoulder to shoulder aud work together in harmonv to achieve the much desired result. The board of trado has rccontly en tered upon the third year of useful ness. JMuoh good has been accom plished and much more would have been done had the association re ceived the financial support to which it is justly entitled. During thW period in its efforts to promoto the general interests of the city, debts have been incurred. Tho treasury is empty. Theee must be paid. It is imperative, involving the honor of tho association and the lair fame of Waoo. So long as theso debts romain unpaid the usefulness of the board is impaired and its influence for good destroyed. Therefore, we appeal to members to "pay up" arrears to all good citizens in or out of business, either to join the aso ciation and becomo co laborers with us in the upbuilding of Waco or to snbscnbo of their means to assist in pushing forward tho work in hand. A short extraot from President Parrott's uicssago is pertinent and appropriate in thiB connection. "To oontinuo tho work of progress, already itiauguratcd by tho board, it is necessary that a fund bo rallied by stated monthly con tributions from members of tho board and citizens, covering tho period of tho ensuing year, sufficiently in amount to create a monthly revonuo or income, so that Waco may bo systematically advertised to tho cheapest and best advantage. Energy and will can ac complish both results. Thero aro many citizens not members of tho board who havo largo investments in Waoo and arc equally interested in the growth of tho oity, as thoso who have identified themselves with this organization, who havo givon neither tnno nor labor in assisting in public matters and should theretoro give tho more liberally so as to enable thoso nlio aro moro enterprising and arc willing to work for tho public weal, the better opportunity of pushing for ward the material interests of our growing oity- It is believed, if prop erly approached and the faots set plainly before them, theso citizens will contribute out of their fullness to as sist in tho good work of building up and developing Waco." Adopting this suggestion, and in order to Bo cure tho necessary funds to pay off all indebt edness, and to put the board of trade on a good working footing, tho direc tors .appointed the following gcntlo men to canvass the oity. Committee men, Messrs. Sanger, Synics, Itotan and Popo. The hope is expressed by tho directory that all members will cheerfully respond, that many citizens who havo hitherto stood aloof wil' join tho association and thnt all ap proached will give freely to thiB worthy cause tho up building of Waco. It. 13. Pauhott, President. Sam Sa.smiek, E. Hotan, .1. 13 Rakkr, Uaut Moohe, Directors. S. II. Poi-E, Secretary. J. S AIoLkxdon, Treasurer. LETTERS OF INQUIRY Concerning tho King of all Inven tions. IMl'or News Knowing that every citizen of Waco takes an intenst in the fminn n.i.,.- and that mmy arc receiving letters of niquiiy m regard to it, 1 send you a specimen of one of the many answers that have been handed me. 1 will forward ou others for publication lrom time to time. Yours truly, Seth Turner. Waco, Tnx, April s, '02. ClinB Spurr. E q. J J Dear Sir Replying to your in quiry concerning the Cotton Picker, I have this to sav. ih mwi.mn ,!,, pick cotton better and ten times faster man uiu negro i nave seen it at work about twenty different times and have held the wutrh anH nw tin. i. ton weighed. It picks at the rate of ui zoo pou icis an Hour. The full hand docs not averace ten nnnnric pr .1 I saw the machiuc when picking the first picking and also the last. It will pick tho ripe and leave the unripe cotton. The reports of failure that have been reported were when purely experimental trials were being made. No matter what reports are circulated to the contrary, the cotton picker is a grand success. If a million people say it not it makes no difference I have seen it and know it does the work. Yours, etc , Frank Middi.eton. hi Archer Street, Eist Waco. Political Meeting at Lorena. A political mass meeting will be held at Lorena, commencing at 3 o'chek this afttrnoon, and will hkelj continue tin a late nour toniglit. Air J W, Davis will occupy the rostrum in the interest ot Clark and Texas and some gentleman, whose name is as yet unknown, will speak in lavor of Hogg and proscription Mr Davis is a logical and forcib'e speaker and will, doubtless, knock his opponent out in the first round Sev eral candidates for county offices will also be on hand and lay their claims for the various places to which they aspire, before the people. A rousing time is expected. Rankors' Reception Commlttoo'. 'I he ladies' committee of the Rank ers' Reception will meet nt th Philo Club rooms on Mondav the 2cth at 1 p m., in-tead of 9 a. m , as heretofore announced. A full attendance is earnestly requested. Removal. After to-day, April 0, '95, the City Fish market will bo at G0J Franklin street, tho Corner Market. Coino and try mc. For cash I can supply you with tho largest variety in town. Come and get my cash prices, I oan interest you. lours respectfully. J. 0. Stafford, Corner Market Hundreds of fathers who aro no buying medicino lor their babies a tho Old Comer drug store, thonuelvos took medicino boucht for them at tho samo old corner by their fathers when they were children. Things como and go but tho Old Corner drug store re mains forever. Tho Advantages of Buying From Us Are: Wo are cash buyers, havo the ohoico of the entiro Piano industry to 6elcot lrom; wo are agents lor the best first class instruments as well as tho best medium grado, we do a larger busi ness than tho other sixty dealers in Toxas combined; wo havo boon estab lished over twenty five years and can not aflord to jeopardize our good namo by misrepresenting the quality ot instruments, or taking advantage of any one for tho sako of gaining a few dollars; wo aro in business to stay; we do not ask for notes on tirao sales, our largo business enables ub to givo better value for less money than small dealers, our guarantco is absolute safety, and protection to buyers. Our responsibility unquestioned. Wo vill mail catalogues and ptioo lists, and courteously answer all correspondence. THOS. UOOQAN & I3RO. Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals will bo received at tho ofiioc of city secretary, to bo opened at .'1 o'clock p m. April S8, I692, at tho city hall, Waco, Texas, by the mayor and street committee-, for furnishing all material and labor, and constructing, approximately 9?00 linnel foot of 15 inch double strongth fanitary sower, with all junctions and special connectionF, in Third and Fourth wards, plnns, profiles and specifications on hU at city engineer's ollice, a certified check for (.600 paya ble to tho nmyoroi Waco must accom pany each bid. The right to rejeot any or all bids, is reseived by Iho city council of the oity of Waco, Toxas C. C. McCm.i oni, Mayor. Attest, Jonky Jones, City Secretary. April 13, lhOa. Spring Medicine. Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills on account of their mild action aro espe cially adapted for oorrooting spring disorders, suoh as impuro blood, tired brain and aching and worn out body Thoy aot promptly on tho Liver and Kidneys; drivo out all impurities from tho blood, and malaria from tho sys tem. Only ono Pill for a Doso. Try them this spring. Sold at 25 ccntsa box bv W. B. Morrison & Co. Artlstle Work. There aro tailors and tailors, somo are good, somo indifferent and somo ba 1, but Laok & Qrecnbcrg in thoir now place, -11 4j Austin street must bo classed among tho good ones, Thoy arc first class skillful cutters, Gno workmen and careful and pains taking in their wotk. They mako perfect fitB and do tho very finest work to bo had Although but re cently started, work is flowing in on thorn from pcorlo who know tho ex cellent fits they givo and tho work they do. They oarry a fine lino of stylish goods and samples and oau pet up nobby suits in short order. Give them a call and order and you aro sure to bo well dressed and well pleased. n Baoklen'a Arnica. Halve The best salve In tho world for oats, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhonm, fe ver sores, tottrr, oharipod hands, chll blalns, corns uni all skin eruptions, and positively ?ures pllos, or no pay required. It Is gnarantood to give satisfaction or jio.iey rcfundod. Price 25 cents a box. Fc aalo by W. B Morrison & On. Joe Lehman is tho most popular res taurant man in Texas. His plaoo 1 17 South FouTth btroot. Money! Monoyl! Monoyll Money loaned on farms, ranches and improved city property, H. M. Ciiamiikiilin & Son. 109 S. Fifth street. We don't harp on tho Sumatra fake, but mority say that tho "Little Daisy," "Nox All" and "Mothor-in-law" cigars equuls anything in tho city for double- the money. Try thorn. Hottlo boor alwuys on ice at J- A. Early's. -THE- Cotton Belt Route (St. LouisSouthwestern Hy.) TO- t. Louis, Cairo, Sfapiiis AND ALL rOIKTB BEYOND, Proo Rocllnlngr Chair Cars and Pullman Buffot Slaopora Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS urn ajj. roiirra betokd. Tho Only Lino a,,, fM, get? to eonnetlni ronltllIlUI'ltlSviaK out lorn And dUu(TtbU omnltmi tma er MiMt Uaoeltj. Tne Only Line ththronjhp. m erferrlobtrwcwa01iT WORTH tad NxurniH. The Only Line muh ,.. Tic UtTroen UBUPmS 1 point In OQI TRALTIIXiS. The Shortest Route TO ALL POrNTS IW T1TK o "ul t lb. e a, s t m TnuJi I.lnei bar tnionin tlokiti on I t4. The Cotton Belt Route) H4, mpa tin Ubtai knit all InforrnaUca Irtll rx ehMTfKUy ranUbd ea application tft UT Kn of tfca company, or R.M.CARTMS, fT.lt. HIAirjJIIJB. I