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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY MAY 19 1892.
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Men's
S.
Straw
week
r 15c,
r 25c
r 3$c
worth
, worth
Misses
Hats
o cents,
o cents.
(its.
in red.
hem for
S.
ocers,
Jldor.
tit Candy
par&l to till
rts to mak
ident Bld'l
5apk
.
)O,O0
terest pW
GEMS
W. O.W1LKKS, MD
Keeldeiico UCB N 12 St.
Reslaonco v& n v at
I DRS WILKLS & WILKES
, Physicians and Surgeons.
HOOMB IN lHOVlDKM'lllI.DlNG.
Slate at Old Cornor Drag Store, Telepnone
at Office And Resiliences.
R. T- DENNIS & BRO.
:ML
FUNERAL DIUEGTOKSEMISALBIEKS
AIR Anmin Ayi-iiiio.
AGO,
TEXAS,
JOHN II. JERGINS,
AUTISTIC
Papor-Hangor,Painter,Grainor.
riiicrs m:AsoNAiii.r.
Leave orders with 0. II, Rosenthal
No. 807 Austin nvonuo.
FI.Y
1M2MUB
-FOH-
SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS
Drop a card tojno. M. Nichols, 203
Sherman st., or leave orders
at Harnson & Cos.
R. K. JACKSON. W. COOl'EK.
JACKSON & COOPER,
Mnnnfnctnrei b of the W. J. MolJonnld
Fireproof Cement Roof Paint.
Contracts solicited. All work piomptly done
f. mi luuy guornuuou.
Office, 22 1 Franklin Street.
FALL & PUCKETT
Funeral Directors,
No. 423 Franklin Street.
SKILLFUL -:-EMBALMERS.
Rules andlliegulatlons at tho Park
Natatorium.
Open G a. m. to 10 p. m- Saturday
nicht until 12 o'clock. Pool reserved
for ladies and children exclusively
only 9 to 12 o'clock Saturday Tub
needle and vapor baths at all hours for
patients and others. Experienced male
and female attendants day and night.
Tom Padqitt
J. B. Chestnut Proprietor.
Managor
. . '
Fishing tackle oi overy description
with a full stook of huntoro BupplieB
H. E. A 'IBOLDS.
Pure and whito lain at
9 cents
per pound in ten gallon cans at (
ten's, oorncr Fifth and Franklin.
Ciur-
m
A Mother's Mistake.
Mothers frequently make a mistake
in noBlentinc tho couch of a child. A
Fort "Wayne, Ind , lady writes: My
littlo daughter G- cars old had a severo
cough but as it was nothing unusual I
thought nothing of it, and allowed it
to run on for 4 or 5 weeks, when it
beeamo soobBtinato she began losing
flesh. 1 called in a physician who
" treated ljr three weeks without bene
fit. Atrkehbor insisted upon my try
ing Ballard's IloriJlroVbd'Sympj'U ieV
heved her from tho lust dese ana sue
began gaining flesh rapidly, when we
had used two bottles her oough had
ontiroly disappeared. I would not bo
without it. It doos not constipate my
children. Ballard's Horehound Syrup
is froo from OpiateB. It's the most
soothing throat and lung ruedioino in
the world. Prico 50o. nnd $1.00. Sold
by H. U. Itisher.
W.H. WILKICS, MD
,fe&b&.
. sjSjrriip3.-iijrTrztr'r
Buofelton'fl Arnioa Halve.
The best salve In the world for outs,
bruises, sores, ulcers, B5lt rheum, fe
ver sores, tott?r, chapped hands, ohll
Mains, corns aul all skin eruptions,
and positively "ures piles, or no pay
required. It Is -naranteed to jlv.
satisfaction or jio. e 7 refunded. Prior
6 oonts a box. Far sale by W. B
Morrison Oo.
Go to Joe Lehman's for a good
meal any time night or day.
aughfer Sale
OF
Muslin Underwear
FOR 3 DAYS ONLY
Thursday, Kriday Saturday
iyiyE need the room these
goods occupy, and have de
termined to close them out
and discontinue the line, and
have made PRICES to clean
up the stock on short order.
THE LOTS ARE SMALL
and will not last long.
ODDS and ENDS of
Corset Stock
Goods, worth from 75c. to
$1.25, in broken sizes,
CHOICE, 25 CTS.
TO CLOSE.
H. B. Mistrot & Go.
Corner Eighth and Austin Sts.
Elegant Photographs.
Having recently purchased tlie 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 graceful in pose;
a beauty and a joy forever. Call on
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.
Will Not Turn Loose.
Tho Royal barber shop is still
strictly in it 60 far as tho most expert
artists, tho sharpest razors and the besi
cosmetics are ooncerned, and tho fact
that no Texan, whother for Clark or
Hogg, will ever bo turned loose after
taking a scat in one of the comfortablo
chairs of this establishment till he is
tenderly and olosely shaven, to his on
tiro satislaction, can be vou.hed for
by its many patrons.
Don't bo Deceived.
I am still holding down Standard
Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono
dollar.
Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh
Soups, 8 pound cans, 30 cents eaoh.
Star Tobacco 40 eents per pound. Low
pnoes
on overcA jpg- uaii ana boo
1 . Tiiojivsmn,
-.
Shooting Gallery.
South side square. Fine guns and
best ammunition. Rare sport. All the
crack shots frequent it. Open day and
night. Polite attention.
Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes and Dr. J.
K. Forroll have fitted up a suito of
roomB in tho new Provident buildinfi,
second floor, where they may bo found
in future Telephone at offioe and
residences. Slates at Old Cornor Drug
Store.
Call at Joe Lehman's wben you are
hungry Oidets for anything in the
market promptly filled.
Our window screons range in price
from 7Scts up, according to size, style
and finish. Dallas Screen Co.
HOGG AND THE ALLIANCE
ins iNMJir to tih: iu)i:it at
CUHMOAISA
Ulinrccn the Wuco Meeting u 1th llo-
liiK u tiling of l.oblijtNt mid
Merciir) TiiIicm tho Hair Off
Ilxccllency.
the
Hlk
rrom the Southern Mercury.
Governor Hogg, who has all along
been coqucting with the allianocmon
of Texas, and asserting that ho was
tho only Bafo repository of thoir prin
ciples, let tho cat out of the bag in
his speech at Corsicana on April 29th,
last.
Boing asked by an old man in tho
audioncc, why he did not appoint S.
1). A. Duncan on tho railroad cam
mission, said:
"Now you want tn ask tho question
if 1 would have appointed Duncan il
the resolutions had reaohed me. 1
simply toll you no, no, no I would
not havo appointed him. Applauso
and cheers. At this point tho old
gentleman who asked tho speaker tho
question got up to ask another, and
tho crowd showed a disposition to hiss
him, which the governor promptly
stopped, and when quiet had been
restored tho old man paid: "I am
a Hogg man, but there is a consider
able Third party following in Navarro,
and I just wanted them to know how
it was. Applause. Can you ox
plain why these men are against you,
Gov. Hogg?" That's all right. Ask
anything you want and 1 will not
get offended, nor offend you. When
the Allianoe as an order inado the
demand upon tho governor of the
stato it was getting a littlo too big for
its breechesl Cheers and applause
I am tho servant of tho whole people
and not of any particular class. I re
spoct religious organizations, I re
spect social organizations, I respect
political organizations, but when an
organization outside of the Democratic
party rises up to command mo they
will get fooled every time. If you
have any demands to make on your
servants, make them in your
platform, and if it suits
mo I will oboy, and if it
don't I will not run. I did not feol
liko appointing tho man the Alliance
suggested. 1 felt that if the Alliance
mado tho demaudsonme in good faith
they would not be mixed up with tho
lobby in Austin. Applause from
Tom Smith's corner. There was a
meeting at Waco ot a lot of railroad
lobbyists and a few fellowB calling
themselves Alliancemen. Applauso
and cheers. Before it adjourned,
somo of them in tho same month had
been down in Austin trying to run the
legislature."
When Hon. .las. S. Hogg was a
candidate for governor in 1890 ho was
the avowed champion of tho Alliance,
whioh had, in a prior stato Al
liance assembled, declared by a
unanimous vote in favor of a rail
road commission, (It must not- bo f r
gotten that prior to the State' Allirtnco
promulgating this demand, .las. Hogg
was opposed to a railroad commission )
His Busk speech was accepted as an
espousal of tho alliance demands upon
tho state government, and to a man,
alliancemen began a vigorous cam
paign in his behalf. Tho San Antonio
convention showed tho result of their
united efforts. At tho San Antonio
convention Mr. Hogg had everything
his own way; ho dictated who should
composo tho committeo on platform,
and what the platform Bhould bo.
When the platform was published,
tho firBt aot of Mr. Hogg's duplicity,
was shown up by the committeo going
out of its way to stab tho Alliance sub
treasury plan. Somo of tho delegates
caught on then, but the enthusiasm
and hurrah was so great that they
could not bo heard.
Tho sub troasury plan at that time,
owing to the heat of the oampaien, had
not been generally aisous i
rtrtrntcis ot the Allianoe; DLaaj
in no way entered into the state cam
paign, and tho farmers wore so enthu
siastic over their viotory that they
lost sight of everything else but state
polity and eelocled &s dolegates any
one who would vote for "Hogg and
the commission."
Imagino their surpriso when weeks
af forwards they recognized tho insidi
ous stab at tho Allianco demands.
Notwithstanding all this, Allianoomon
generally believed that Jas. S. Hogg
waB inoapablo of suoh duplicity and
remained his steadfast friends till
after ho had rooommended tho
loaning of the saored school fund to
tho very men that- ho had denounced
as robbers of tho worst typo; and de
manded uncompromisingly, that tno
22nd legislature make tho railway
commissioners appointive by tho gov
ernor for all time These unpreoo-
dented autocratic acts convinced
every loyal allianoeman that they had
boen betrayed. Having accomplished
his purpose, ho attempted to destroy
the allianco by conspiring with a few
members who had boon convinced of
disloyalty to the principles of tho
order. The first move was to organ
ize a bogus state alliance. This
move culminating in an abortion, ho
and Finley noxt read tho allianoe out
of the Democratic party.
Theso aro plain faots, whioh prove
conclusively, that the only thing that
makes the allianoe "too big for its
breeches' is, that Hogg oan't
lad its members around by
the nose. To hido this, ho resorts to
the low Annanias dodge, by stating
that tho Waco eonferonco of April,
1891, was composod of "railroad lob
byists." Every man that took any part in
that oonferenco was a member of tho
Farmers' Allianco, and ho knew it.
If Alliancemen had pormitted Mr,
Hogg to becoino thoir dictator in all
hings, they could havo gotten any
thing within his gift. This is proven
by tho fact that ho appointed most of
tno Austin manitesto signers to ofhee
and ignored every loyal Allianoeman.
The governor's fling at tho alliance
legislative committee shows tho virus
of the rabid domagoguo. Tho Stato
Allianco has had a legislative commit
teo in attendance upon every legisla
ture sinoo 188G, and no one has beon
hoard to denounce it until Mr. Hogg
undertook to establish the Hogg au
tooracy. Mr. Hogu's whole rocord, sinoo
elected governor bj alliance votes, has
been a deliberate insult to every mem
ber of tho order, and Tho Mercury
challenges anyone to disprove it. He
has for thirteen months been tho arch
conspirator in a deliberate effort to
destroy tho order. Under suoh cir
cumstances is it any wonder that the
members of tho order arc after his of
ficial scalp?
Those Meetings ror Men.
The workers and members of tho
Association feel very muoh encour
aged over the prospect of tho special
meeting for men, now being held at
the Association hall. Last night the
room was crowded and after tho song
service Messrs. Lewis and Warren
mado earnest practical talks on tho
necessity of being willing to give up
all for Christ, the scripture read being
the account of tho rich young ruler.
When the invitation wbb given quuo
a number of men asked to be prayed
for and inBtruotod in tho right way.
The after meetings aro good; the
Christian young men sit and talk
personally with tho unsaved, showing
them tho right way.
The young men aro invited to come
tonight at 8:i0 sharp. Meeting lasts
just one hour.
Gorman Immigrants.
Mr. F. Luodors of tho Waco Post
German paper has rooeived a lottor
frnu Davenport Iowa stating that on
May 25 thirty or forty fafmors would
loavo there for central Toxas having
in viow MoLcnnan, Hill, Limestone,
Navarro and Ellis counties in one of
whioh they wish to settle. Tho
whole party will want about 15000
aores of land and tho land men in
Waco would do well to see Mr. Luc
dors and put themselves in communi
cation with the party.
A Sure Cure for Plies.
Itohing Piles are known by mois
ture like perspiration, causing intonse
itohing when warm. This form as
well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud
ing, yiold at once to Dr. Bosanko's
Pile Romedy, which aots directly on
parts effected,' absorbs tumors, allays
itching and effects a permanent cure.
50,os. Druggists or mail Circulars
freo. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B.
Morrison & Co.
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
This Liniment is different in com
position from any othor Liniment on
tho market, it is a scioniinc discov
ery which results in its being tho most
penetrating liniment over known.
There aro numerous whito imitations,
whioh may be recommonded becauso
thoy pay tho seller a greater profit.
Bewaro of theso and demand Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It positively cures
Rheumo'ism, Neuralgia, Cats, Sprains,
Bruises, Wounds, Sciitio and Inflam
matory Rheumatism, Burrs, Scalds,
Sore Feet, Contracted Musdo, Stiff
Joints, Old Sores, Pain in Baok, Barb
Wiro Cuts, Soro Chest or Throat and
is especially bonoucial in .raraiysis.
Sold by II. O, Itisher & Co.
Among the great trials that a woman
has to undergo, is to have a new bon
net in the house on a rainy Sunday.
Pears
Soap
Skin blemishes, like
foul teeth, are the more
offensive because they
are mostly voluntary.
The pores are closed.
One cannot open them in
a minute; he may in a
month.
Try plenty of soap,
give it plenty of time,
and often ; excess of good
soap will do no harm.
Use Pears' no alkali in
it; nothing but soap.
All sorts of stores sell
it, especially druggists;
all sorts of people are
using it.
IN THECOUKTH.
DIBTMCT COUIIT.
In tho case of tho Minnesota Thresh
ing Machine company vs. S Amslor
et al , whioh was triod thip morning
in tho district court, a judgmont was
rendered in favor of tho defendants.
Two now suits wero filed today, viz:
Jas. Perry ct al. vs. W. T. Allen ot
al., and R. T. Dennis & Bro. vs. O.
W. David. Thoy aro both suits for
debt.
COUNTY COURT.
A case styled A. E. Harper vs. C.
Donnoll was tried this morning in the
county court and judgment rendored
for the plaintiff. Notice of appeal waa
given.
JUSTICE COUIIT.
Jenny Murray was acquitted this
morning, in Justioe Gillagher's court,
of the ohargu of abusivo language.
Fannio Davia and Emma Thompson
wero oouviotcd in tho same court of
disturbing tho poace, and not being
able to pay their fines, woro tikon to
jail. They both declared posi
tively that thoy (ould not go
to jail, but wero ontiood as far as tho
court house steps by offioor Bright
woll. Tho officer was at tho titno
walking between them whon they
parted, one running ono way and tho
other in an exectly )pposito dircotion.
Mr. Brightwell hcBtitatcd for a mo
ment as though undocidod whioh one
ho would persuo. Ho quiokly decid
ed, howover, after viewing first one
of tho fugitives, lrom head to foot,
and thon tho other to recapture tho
smaller, whioh after a lively ohaso ho
suocecded in doing.
Deputy Sheriff George Crippou
captured tho other and after a hard
tuBtle, with tho help of Doputy Sam
Whnloy, thoy were successful in plac
ing them, hors dc combat, bohind the
bars.
PUT UP, OR SHUT UP.
A Courtoous Invitation to Hon. T.
U. Lubbock and tho
Hogg Leaders.
IlOUfitOIl Post.
Russell II. Kingsbury, Esq , tho
eloquent young advooato of Waco,
will address tho oitizeus of Houston
at tho market house- on Friday even
ing on tho gubernatorial question.
It is through joint discissions,
where- both sidcB can bo hoard, that
tho peoplo aro enabled to intelligent
ly inform themsolvoB of tho issuos
and calmly and maturely arrivo at
oorrcqt conclusions,
Tho friends of Judgo Clark havo no
fear as to the vordiot ot tho peoplo
when tho faots aro prosonted to thorn
in fair and truthful form. To tho end
that tho friends of Governor Hogg
may havo every opportunity to pre
sent suoh vindication for his ofliolal
acts us thoy desire to offer tho Herald,
on behalf of Mr. Kingsbury, tenders
an invitation to tho friends of Gover
nor Hogg to divide time with any
Bpeakcr they may desiro to put for
ward. Mr. Kingsbury desires that tho
invitation bo especially extended to
Hon. T. U. Lubbock but will ohecr
fully divido timo with Major Loosoan
nr inir n( liiu llpll I fli II rWri 111 til n OVCnt
Senator Lubbock bhould beindiRpnuod
or publicly unablo'to enuepkn Mio
cause of his idqhxed ohicflaiu.
Drive tho devil out of tho family
and ho will havo no homo anywhere

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