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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 10 1892.
W.H.WIIiKKS.MD W.O.WlLKKa.MD Kcsulcnco IILU N 12 St.. Residence ijni' ORS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. 1100MS l' OVlDKVf 1 1 1LDING. SlRto o Old Corner limn Blore. Telopaone at Ofllcu mid Itosldeaces. E. T- DENNIS & BEO. v h- . t n n mzrs FCXEKALDlKFXTOllSESIBAIilllEKS 318 AtlKliu Avenue. W A, TKXAS, Commercial Cor. Eighth cy. Clay Sis. Only Mac Its smith nf3lo, 1'arljlr 11.11 Itrpot. 1ST p;RSTCLASS.ej Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. JOHN II. JERGINS, ARTISTIC Paper-Hanger,PainterGrainer. i'iiici:s iikasonaiim:. Leave ordors with (3. n. Rosenthal No. 307 Austin avenuo. Tvlascott Saloon. 317 Franklin. Fine Wines and Liquors. A place to enjoy tho luxu ries of oae of tho finest saloons in tho city. Come one, come all. where the finest whiskies will be sorved. J. W. Fociautv, Proprietor. Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 8 pound oans, 30 cents each. Star Tobaoco 40 cents per pound. Low prices on everything. Call and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grooor. Shooting Gallery, south side squaro open day and night. Drop in 50c Lawn Tenuis Oxfords BLACK, At HILT'S. The onh cheap lots offered in Waoo for tho last fivo years aro thoso now on the market in the Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waoo. These lots are being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a ohanco to scouro a de sirablo home such as will uovor ooour again. Cheap (Lots. Those lots liohigh and dry. Thoy overlook a largeportion of tho oity and have perfect drainage. They lie in tho healthiest part of tho city, oatoh ing tho pure breezes from tho prairie untainted by passage ovor any part of tho city. Cheap Lot. These lots have tho finest soil, a rioh sandy loam, admirablo for gar dens, and aro underlaid with puro water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteon and sixteon foot, which can bo used for irrigation. Cheap Lots. Theso lots aro olosor to tho center of the oity than any othor addition, and at tho Bamo distance lots aro sell ing for three and flvo times tho prioo asked for theso. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Oall on Mrs. or P. G. Kirkpatriok, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho Kirkpatriok addition oan obtain them upon application. fmPwwiT'Wrm HOUSE. Gffisp Itiis WINDOW - SHADES Auk Not as High as Tiiev Used To nu bv a Long Shot. We have opened this week a large shipment of all grades of Holland and Opaques On best Spring Rollers, at follow ing prices : Plain Hollands, assorted colors, 6 feet long a job at 25 cents. Plain Hollands, 7 feet long, 35c. Plain Hollands, 8 feet long, 40c. Opaques with nice designs: Opaques, 6 feet, at 45c. Opaques, 7 feet, at 50c. Opaques, 8 feet, at 55c. Oil Opaques in handsome designs: Oil Opaques, 6 feet, at 55c. Oil Opaques, 7 feet, at 60c. Oil Opaques. 8 feet; at 65c. Curtain Poles, Complete, 25c. Get what you want soon, as the lot will not last always. ONE PRICE! SPOT CASH! H. B. Mistrot & Co. Eighth and Austin. OU'i'lI, is it so many grow old too IH'um.ituruly V Why Said an old m in " If there is anything that will 111 ike an old innii feel young it it Dr. John Bull h mu i.ipunlla." Yes, there is a deal of tin )jniy m a bottle of this excellent remedy, jihImi it was more gen erally used tlu'ri' would be fewer folks growing prematurely old. The healing and strengthen! g h.-ibs that enter intoits composition make it one of the finest re juvenating medicines that can be cora Eounded Said a jouiy wife, when asked ow she in uiaed to lne so happily with r Lw.y j her husband, who aa quite an old mn, " I keep him youtl.f.il by giving him Bull's Sarsaparilla." It is u piod thing when a feeling of old ae or decrepitude creeps into tho system to rout it at once with Bull's Sarsp.trill&. It makes the old feel young, and the ydti in- teci buoyant. An activu old lad) said he "couldn't keep up long when her Lottie of Bull's Sarsa parilla got empty.' It's 11 good thing for old pcbplu. 1-Aeryone, young or old, should coiiuterjLt the evil eikcls of nerv ousness, weakii1- mill debility by a use of Bull's Jsanapanlia. It Keeps the system in fine condition You will sleep better, BEGEM TO you will cat better, your food will digest better, you will feel better every way if you occasionally use tins great tonic and alterative. Ephralm Burnet, Smithland, Ky writes: "I am an old man, elglitv-thrce years ol age, yet 1 can walk live milts to town and back, ami feci none the wort-o for It. livery spring I take a dozen or llftecn bottles ol Bull's Sarsaparilla. It puts my system In fine condition, iind I feel pood and agile the Whole year through It bus worked some S-eat cures In my neighborhood. A Mr. onsaU'H wife lay bed-ridden for three yars. Doctors did her no good. I tot her husband to try Bull's San,aparilla. ow FEEL OLD? she Is well and does her own housework. A negro living on our place had a bad case of scrofula. Hull's Sarsaparilla cured him." rn nn think vour child has worms. don1 t risk any ehanee, but give It Dr. John l's Worm Ueatrovors. They nre nice dies, and never fall. Price, iU Cents. Hull candles, W"A11 through the summer and fall I was troubled with chills and fever. I Anally got ono bottle of Hmltli's Tonlo Syrup, and It cured mo ut once." C. II. VVells, Mldvllle, On. Johk D. Park & Sons, Wholesale Agent, 175, 177 and 171) Sycamore SL, Cincinnati, O. 10 All tho fine fancy imported Frenoh and English cloths at Gabert Bros , tho leading meroh ant tailors. Thoy carry a big stock, admirably selected, and embracing all the novelties of tho spring of 92. BROWNING ON HOGG The Candidates aro the Real Issues Ho Says, CLARK AND HOGG REPRESENT Different Ideas ol (ioveriinicnt lintl Tluiy lire the l.vmlt-rN or (he Ite M'ectlve Klcniciits Tho t'larlc I'nsllioii Iliiprutfiiultlc tlio IJolfi; I'uNlliuii riiluiuiblc. Correspondence Snn Autonlo KxpresK AlisiiN. Tox., May 8.-As Mr. Browning stated In his address hero to tho (Jiark elub Saturday night, tho candidates thoinsolves for govern or aro real 186 lies in the present cam paign, more so perhaps than in any gubernatorial canvass sinco tho day of Republican rulo. This is so truo that the governor ul8 n0 right to complain ol what ho calls tho "per sonalities of tho opposition in dis cussing his individual acts as an ex ecutive olllcer " Tho governor and his administration are the real issues beforo the people, and it is ldlo for him to prate about tho commission as it is, or tlio commission as it may be, since tho idea of commission regula tion has boconie tho settlod policy of tho stalo beyond any power of an ex ecutive to control Its operations. Tho people only, or their representative agents, the legislature or a constitu tional convention, and not tho govern or cau change it, ovon to inak tho commission elective instead of ap pointive. What folly then for tho governor and his advocates to at tempt to hoodwink intelligent voters with the idea that the commission or any commission as a state policy Is endangered by tho election of Judge Clark any more than it would bo by tho ro-olection ol the governor to tho executive chair. Tho people aro not to be fooled by tho governor's cajol ery in such matters, especially since thoy realize, as they must that what ever tho convictions of tho two men on tho commission issuo originally and despite tho differences of opinion between them up to the adoption of commission law. u lark Is now a more practical commission man than tho governor himself, apd not only urges that tho people should oloct tho coram ssioners, but that tholr powers be extonded to mako thorn a board of arbitrators to adjust utrlkos as well as freights. As to any exoeutlvo being entitled to a second term, which is being urged in Governor Hogg's behalf, that cor taiuly turns upon the question wlietuor tlio governor In authority has been such an exocutivo as tho people cau nilbrd uudei existing emergencies to retain in ofilco, and further upon the question as to who is bestllttod to guide tho ship of state through the breakers into which it has somehow been forced or crimi nally allowed to drift. So hero again the "personalities" as to tho governor's legtme and the raison d'etre of his own acts become as preg nant as any principle, beoauso thoy are attached to evory principle that can possibly be presented In the gu bernatorial contest. A great issue thou as Mr. Brown iug argues Is tho fitness of the two men, or ra her which is best fittod for the oxocu Si ve chair. Tho peoplo aro under no obligation to keep any man in oflico if they can find a bet tor ono for such a high trust as that of governor, and judging from the features of the campaign and tho ex citement already engmdered tho peo ple nre fully aroused to this faot, and nre perhaps prepared with tholr verdict. " THE FIREMEN. Programme of the Exercises tor the Next Three Days. ,rThe following programme is re published fo- tho benofit of all con cerned' Clip it and put It up where you can see it. riltST DAY MAY 11. At 9 a. in. Assembling of dele gates, visiting firemen, uniform rauk Knights of Pythias and Juvenile Cavalry at Contral Station on Wash ington and fourth streets to join pro cession. Procession will movo up Washing ton Avenuo to Fourteenth streot, thouco to Austin Avenue, down Aus tin Avenue to the city hall. Address of welcome at tlio city hall by Hon. C. C. McCullouch, mayor of Waco. Immediately after the address the convention will convene. Al'TKKNOOX. "niMilnvof Waco Firo Department. Arter tho display of tlio dopartmont, tho artesian well on First and Web ster will bo shown to tho visitors. SECOND DAY -51 AY 12. All members af tho Btato Fire as sociation will meet at the Contral firo station and march to the city hall, proceeded by tho band. Al-TEilNOON. At ? o'clock tho visitors will take a stroot car ride ovor tho city. KVr.KiNO. Delegates, visiting firemen and in vited guests will moot at oity hall and march to tho banquet toudored to State Firemen's asc iclatlon. TIIIBD DAY may 13. Members of tho association will as- semblo nt Central station march with mum to city hall. evening. Dolopntes, vIbIMiu,' llronion and in vltoa guests will nssomblo at tbo loung Wen's Hebrew Association hull to attend a grand complimentary ball given in honor of tbo Btato Firo mon's nssoclfttlon. The Only Practical Ktortotypo Out lit. Its Superior Advantages. It is simple, praotiaal, cheap, cost ing, according to size, only from $75 to $150. It can bo out anywhere, oo enpjing only tho room of an ordinary case stand. Through its various pat ented labor-saving devices it is thoroughly endorsed by practical prin ters, giving all kinds of tesulls in oast ing and blocking, viz: Thin flat plates, patent block plates, typo high wooden coro blocked or all metal arched. Also, it gives tho advantage of casting and blocking at the same operatton, exact type high, exact widths and exact lengths on and around tho late patented hollow sec tional ironcoro mothod, the easiest, the cheapest, quickest and best block ing in the word. Absolutoly without laoor. ihe outut dispenses with dan gerous, costly and complicated ma chinery, and with ils Hot Water Flashed Casting Box and Mould Dryer, it is utterly impossiblo U. in jure type, and the very finest results known to plato makers, stereo'ypini or the art of printing is obtained. Send for descriptive circulars, givi g full particulars and hundreds of volun teered testimonials from ill parts of mis ana oiner countries, ni. j. Hughes & Co., Manufacturers Stereo tpe Outfits and Conical Screw Quoins, No. IS Spruce St., New York, N. Y. N. B. The same outfit will mako all kinds of Rubber Stamps. Recollect Until further notice, wo will givo a present with every 50 cents worth you buy, you select tho present your self. This enables you to get some thing you want, saving you the trouble of keeping track of tickets for a stated amount perhaps lor an article you don't want. The trade wo havo established in tho past eight years is suffiiient guarantee that our dealings aro correct, and our goods must bo low. Wo always give what we advertise, oven if wo looso. Every house oan't say this. We deliver goods to any part of Waoo. Sco our cheap tinware, glassware, crockery ware and fancy goods. Cut this out. CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE, 703 Austin Avo. Dissolution Notice. The firm of Clark, Dyer & Bolinger is this day dissolved by mutual con- Bent. Geo. Clark, Jno. L Dvku, D. 0. Bokingkii. The undersigned will continuo tho practice of law as partners, under tho firm name of Clark & Bolinger, and all indebtedness duo tho late firm of Clark, Dyer & Bolinger, 'now belongs to tho undersigned, and all persons so indebted aro hereby notified and re quested to make payment to us, who alono aro authorized to roceive and receipt for same. Gko. Ci.akk, I). C. Bolinoeii. Waoo, April If), 1892. A Roliable Piano House. Prudent pooplo buy costly articles from tho most reliablo houses Tho eaino prudenco should govorn buyers of pianos and organs. Wo havo been established twenty-six years in TexaB and can refor to thousands of patrons in all parte of tho state. Wo aro agents for tho best ami most popular pionos and organs. Tiios. GoaaAN & Ero., 412 Austin St , Waco. JL 11 Gabert Bros aro tho leading tailors. They havo the finest workmen in the state, and aro artists in cutting and fitting. If you would be well dressed give them a all. No better time than now could be selected to have Cabinet Pictures f)r made. cwOCsCC'c the Photographer, is the man to see. 701 and 703 Austin avenue. Lots at Collego Heights the popular place for thoso soel inir henr"; which are now cheap, but vl irii will be tlruant location, by Kchum o; Lawson, tho leading real estate dealers, U'd South Fourth strer PLENTY OF MONEY Toxas Languishes In tho Grasp Financial Htringoncy. of WHILE MONEY GOES BEGGING IN The Hail-Now nrk mill London arc Sluu'Korlim I'mlcr u llcuvy l.iiad of Ciii.1i Vlliilu HiikIiick In Tpxiin li Magnum Turn 'I'omin l.aoso. Nr.w Yoiik, May 10. If it wore not for easy uionu tho bears would make a bid ema-h of this market. They hove had good chances in the past three or four weeks. That a see-saw sort ol movemont, up today and down tomonow, with fractional changes only for tho general list, has been the solo lesult oi the efforts of lithoi bull or bear may bo attributed mainly to the fact that mom y is a drug. When a man, tired of holding a stock which he expected to advanoo and which (loos not, asks himsplf of what uso it is to Bell it when he can get only 1 or 2 per oeut for his money on deposit, the chances aro thht ho will conclude to hold on If, on tho other hand, he had on the ono side a chance to lend his inonoy at a good rato of interest and on tho other sido saw heavy interest charges piling up against him, then not much shrinking ot the market would bo necessary to mako bim drop his specula tive holdings. 3ut to arguo that we should bavo a boar niar kot if it were not for easy monoy is merely to repeat the familiar old phraBe, that if things wore not as thoy aro they would be different Monoy is easy and that is all there is to it Not only is it easy now hut when money is offered at 4 por cent on mixed collateral for long terms, six and twelve moDthe, it may bo assumed that bankers expect it will remain easy. A loan on mixed collateral at 3 per cent for six months was recently offered to tho head of a com mission house. "This," said ho "is the oheapest monoy ever offered, but I don't want it." He had no use for it. Customers woro not buying onough to give him any ohanco to omploy it profitably. In London a liko condition prevails. Idle money is piling up in the banks in enormous volume. Speculation is stagnant and timo loans aro quotod at tho ridiculous figuro of 15-10 of 1 per cent. Tho public is not in the markot there or here. Many of the old channels through whioh public money sought investment or speculation have bocn discredited through tho South Ameri can collapse and the Baring t.oublo, while houscB whioh havo maintained themselves untainted arc unwilling to branoh out mnoli, while tho Bank of England is still holding ovor tho mar ket 7,000,000 worth of scounties taken over in the great liquidation. Thus there is stagnation, and further more it is probable wo shall got very tired on this side waiting for tho re vival to come on tho other, for though it will como some dav as surely as tho sun rises, tho day may 00 moro dis tant than we in onr impatience imag ine. It w.ib quito two j ears after wo on this side had mado up our minds that the South Amoiican speculation must collapse before tho oollapso came. It may bo an equally long timo after wo have determined that a groat rovival must como boforo it docs conic. Action and rcaotion aro as equal in tho domain of speculation as in the mcohanioal world. Do Yeu Know it? A common Cough is tho most dan gerous thing in tho world to neglect, a slight hacking Cough is also very dangcroui, as it always leadB to liron chitis afcd Consumption. Dou't ne gleat them In selactinc a remedy for Coughs, Colds and Kronohitis, bo suro and get one that is not full of Opium and ono that will not prodtico Constipation. Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup docB not confltipato, remember this. It is perfectly harmless for children, and it's tho most soothing and healing Throat and Lung, medi cine in tho world. It cures Consump tion, Coughs, Colds, Soro Throat, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Soro Lungs, tickling in the throat and (.'reatly strengthens tho Lungs after Pneumo nia. Sold by II. O. llixhor & Co. fOtS, in the Provident addi liofi for iidloiin sue! frrr as will attract the mot-t MiieaiuiM buyers, by Kellum & Lawson, tho leading real estate dealers, 111! South Fourth street. fetilft