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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY $i 1892.
W. O. WILKES, MD Residence 1119 N 12 St, DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. ROOMS IN HOVlDEIsTlULDlNG. Slato t Old Corner Drug Btore, Telopaono Bt Office and Residences. R. T- DENNIS & BRO. FUXERAL IIIRECTOKS OT1IALMERS 51 S Aiimlii Avemic. tt'AO, TEXAS, rOHN II. JERGINS, -AUTISTIC Paper-Hanger,Painter,Grainer. trices reasonable. Leave orders with (3. H, Rosenthal No. 307 Austin nvenuo. PET3LVST TDDVXE -FOR- SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS Drop a card tojno. M Nichols, 205 Sherman St., or leave orders at Hanison & Cos. f ALL ik rUOIXE. I I Funeral Directors, No. 423 Franklin Street. SKILLFUL -:EMBALMERS. Rules andlRegulatlons at the Park Natatorlum. Open G a. m. to 10 p. m- Saturday night until 12 o'clock. Pool reserved for ladies and children exclusively only 9 io 12 o'clock Saturday. Tub needlo and vapor baths at all hours for patients and others. Experienced male and female attendants day and night. Tom Padgitt J. B. Chestnut Proprietor. Manager, Fishing tackle oi every description with a full stock of huntors supplies H. E. A '1BOLDS. Pure and white laia at 9 cents per pound in ten gallon cans at Crip pen's, corner Fifth and Franklin. For the best and freshest beef, pork, mutton, veal, spareribs, fish and oysters go to Crippin cornor Filth and Franklin. Persian Froth; Fruit Bounce, Glace and loo cream soda at McKennon's Queen of Worcester fountain. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup. This remedy is a sure euro for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will stop a cough in one night, no matter how severe. It is just what its name implies; an onion syrup, compounded in such manner as to do away with the ur pleasant tasto and odor of the vegitt-. bla, You will iking it ced of a euro for a oough Price 50 cents, bold 1 son & Co. i.or as y d Not Be Without It. Every fam y is Jiaolo to havo he- rcditary taint of consumption in it. It may date back three or four gen orations. This fact makes it neces sary always to havo on hand a remedy witn which to combat this formidable disease. A cough when taken at first can readily he cured beforo it gets a sorious hold on tho lungs. Ballard's Horohound Syrup when taken in its early stages will cure consumption. It is" guaranteed to bring relief in every caBe, when used for any affeo tion of tho Throat, Lungs and Ohcst, such as Consumption, Inflaniation of the Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, etc It is pleasant to tako, perfectly safo and can always bo depended on. Sold by H. C. W, H. WILKES, M D nesltlcnrolWNoat. v im&s5&Mi&mzazmi Kisher & Co. EMBROIDERIES TjkUR Lace and Embroidery Department has done a very large business this season. In consequence we have accuuiu lated quantities of SHORT LENGTHS, from one to five yards, which we have marked at prices Very much below their regular value. THEY WON'T LAST LONG. Ladies' Shirt Waists ODDS and ENDS of EARLY SEASON PURCHASE About 20 dozen assorted Sateens, Percales, Cheviots' etc., etc , worth from 75 cents to $1.50, TO CLOSE, 50c. for CHOICE H. B. Mistrot & Co. Corner Eighth and Austin Sts. 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 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. The Ntw Discovety. You havo heard your friends and neighbors talking about it. You may yourself bo one of the many who know from personal experience just how good a thing it is. If you have over tried it, you aro ono of its staunch friends, because tho wonderful thing about it is, that when 01100 given a tril, Dr. King's Now Discovery ever after holds u nlaco in tho house. If you have never used it and should bo aftlioted with a cough, cold or any Throat, Lvng or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial Bottles Frco at W. B. Morrison and Co. spring: medicine. Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills on account of their mild action aro espe cially adaptod for correcting spring disorders, such as impuro blood, tired brain and aching and worn out body They aot promptly on tho Liver and Kidneys; drive out all impurities from the blood, and malaria from tho sys tem. Only ono Pill for a Dose. Try them this spring. Sold at 25 conts a box by W. B. Morrison & Co, Good olaret wine 25c por6bottlo or 2 50 per doz., at J, A. EarJrj'a. MS OF CLE! S, The Great Now York Banker Dis cusses tho Situation. PLETHORIC MONEY BAGS. Tito I'iiimicliil Co lit res Have I'lonty (,'tmli mill It is Coin;; at an Ii-ilon-Ulilticly Ijow Kale of Iiiicrcst A Little Miuliy nn the liitcriiiillonnl Silver Uuiiturunce. New York, May 2S. Following tho foroshndownigs of our ndvices of tho 21st Inst., tho stock market has during tho past week showed symptoms of a reaction from its late "bearish" drift. Tho pessimists ap pear to havo como to tho conclusion that they havo fairly discounted tho adverso conditions, and tho manifest ly oversold stato of tho markot has admonished them into covering their "short" contracts; and, thoreforo, al though thoy havo continued to attack prices, thoy appear to havo done so mainly to enable them to buy lor tho purposo of returning thoir borrowed stock. Ic has thus happoned J hat tho 'bears" havo been tho foremost buyors. This chnugo 111 the currout has naturally developed a bettor tone and has caused some advance upon a wldo range of stocks. Tho "bulls." however," still fool somewhat timid and bruised after tho lato sevore pounding from tbalr opponents, aiid lmvonot been so quick as thoy might havo been In turning to account tho necessities oi tno "boars" to cover their large outstanding "short" con tracts. This is perhaps In part duo to tho fuot that tho "boars" havo boeu prudent enough to covor beforo tho loroseou improvements in general competitions had become distinctly developed. Re that as it may, tho "bulls," owlug to tho current Uok of strong and ablo gouoralshlp.have lost a gooil opportunity for turning tho tables upon their opponents and in augurating an upward movoin nt. As the prospect stands to-day, It Is (listinntiy nuproveu. The "bear" campaign has nearly exhausted its ammunition. The weakor stocks havo been hammered down to a point at which they may bo considered fairly Lcheap. Tho earnings of tho coal stocks bogin to show some ol the bonoilts claimed for tho Reading com bination and aro strongly supported, and that is quite an Important ele mont of strength. Richmond Terminal, though still an uncertain factor,ls less than it has been a causo of disturb ance, and, should it bo taken under tho wing of Droxel. Morgan & Co., Its troubles, if not ended, will be Indell- nitoly postponed Atchison & Topelsa is attracting nioro confidence, and Its new loan is received with so'tie favor. As to tho largo group of urangors, which navo so long been kept in suspense by tho rains and floods, thoy now benefit from tho Im proving weather and the increasing chances ol average crops, whiio tho instances of real and permanent in jury from the lato weather havo materially lessened. Tho morcii'ial industrials" aro, tor tho time hi exempt from any spoolal causes of disturbance. The net oarnlugs of rail roads for the first quarter of tho year proved to hive increased nearly 10 por cont over those of tho same time of last year; and although tho curront business ol many 01 tno western roads Is showing some decline, yet tho re duction Is merely tho temporary elTeotot tho storms and the impassable condition of country roads. Tho services of the city banks aro again on tho lncrenso, tho surplus shown in last week's statement being $19,500, 000 against $5,200,000 ayear previous. The exports of gold have ceasod for now two weeks, although at this season we aro usually shipping that metal. Tho current demand for bond Investments is unusually active, and tho scarcity in the supply was strik ingly apparont in tho faot that the bids for tho 510 000,000 of Pitts., Cin., Chicago & St Louis 4,'s markotod this week amounted to soveral times the sum offered. In these facts, wo havo a strong combination of conditions favoring tho market, and thoir bearing on prices is tho moro important bocauso there are now apparently loft so fow faotors In tho situation ot an unfavora ble character. Thore is likoiy, how ever, to be soino waitinguntil tho cardinal question of orop prospoots is moro settled. Tho news from tho "West and Southwest booomes each day more assuring; and so far as re spoets wheat, all that can bo claimed is that a Lood crop Is possible de pendent on the prevalenoo ol flno weather from this time forth. As to Indian corn, tho season of planting is doubtless late, and in that case thero is always a liability to the orop being caught by frost. With anothoi two weeks of flno weather, the whoat crop will probably becomo an Im portant "bull" element in Htooks. Tho Europoan situation continuoa to gradually improve. London shows moro confidence In American stooks. A considerable portion of tho now loan of the Pitts., Cin., Chicago & St. Louis R. R., was taken on that mar ket, which brings out a considerable supply of sterling bills of exchange. Speolo is piling up in the Rank of England, aud tho rato for money In I tho open market is now 1 per cent. & vosti II the Continental contort thorols glut of monoy, which must sooner r later stlmulato tho demand lor ln- ostments and devolon snooulatlon. Tho political almosphoro is calmer, ami aiinough it is momentarily dis turbed by tho financial situation In Italy, yot tho curtal'mont of that government's military expenditures, which seems Inevitable, ought to bo a contribution towards public con fidence Tho forthcoming Inter national Sliver Contorenco dos not yet oxclto hero tho Interost which its importance scorns to warrant; partly beciuso the public got little informa tion about tho matter and tho progress of tho negotiations, mid partly bouuuso tho unfriendly tono nssumod towards It by a portion of tho Rrltlsh press moderates expootatious of full and complete success as a result of tho negotiations. At piosent, It would bo prematuro to ltidulgo In anyostlmates of the probable out como of tho Con forouce.so little being cortatnly known aB to tho real nttltudo of tho sovoral governments participating in It and tho personnel of tho dnlogatos. Tho deliberations however will bo of in calculable valuo as showing what is possible and imposslblo In tho way of arrangements for remedying the de predation and demonetization of silver. To tho United HtateB, tho Con foronco will provo Invaluable, ovon should It show no such arrangements aro possible; for then It would bo tho moro distinctly apparent what is tho solo course to boursued for conserv ing our own monetary systom. Henry Clews. The West End Payllllon. For soveral weeks tho Gitizons Streot Railway Company has had a force oi men at work at the terminus of their Sanger Avenuo lino con structing a pwillion. It is now done and is certain to be a great placo of resort. It is situated on tho top of ono of the highest hills in tho vicin ity of Waco and is whero it oan get tho full benefit of tho cool gulf breezes. The pavillion is well lighted and is open to tho public at all times for picnics, dancing parties and liko ontertainmsnts. Tho floor is laid especially for dancing and is ono of tho smoothest in tho city. Tho pa villion is unenclosed and is situated in a garden of wild flowers. Ycstor- day a party gathered a bouquet thoro consisting ol nearly thirty varieties. Tho Epworr,h Entertainment. A literary and musical entertain ment will i given at tho Morrow street ohuroh tonight under the aus pices of tholEpworth Leaguo. for tho bonent ot tjio league's library. Ad mission free', but all who attend aro expected ti bring a book for the library. Thb following excellent pro gramme will be rendered. Chorus , Joy to the wor'd BOUT .RB LESSON -MtlYEK- Chorus. . To tlin Work 1'aiw-League nork J. T Upchii'cli 'h irus WuroOn tan Wny UeclttUlon No Secta In Hcnvo'i ,.. . .Mian Antilo Dclancy Solo iinil Qnar'elle 'Ihe Sinner and the Bong . Jllsscs Laetlnitcr, Ail m, Wilson, Dudley, ami Messrs. Adtms ami Lautlnger. Question llnx. Conductor by I l Allen quartette Tho Wayside CroiH Mhscs Appell, 'Viicon, uml Meters. Adams, and l.asttnser. Recitation Lltllo loo Mies ArmstroiiK Duet The Evenln? IMayer (Jllssfs Wilson anil Adams OlD 1IUN7KU-I1KNBD1CTIOK. Real Estate Bulletin. Reported by Bakor and Dilworth abstracters. W R and MoMe Ilnndley to E J Ilanley et al, interest in the A J Ilandley survey, near McGergor, $500 H Rand Mary Smart to S 11 Un derwood, lot 6 in( block 5, Brticevillo, $85o. Ed Rountree to II R Smart, lot 6 in block 5, Bruceville, $435. Texas Savings Loan association to Harry F Pudig, lot 4 in block 2 ol J V Smith addition on 16th street be tween Webster and Jackson, $852 50. Wo furnish abstracts of titles on short uotlco. J. W. Raki:k, T. M. DijjWoiiTir. There is a few subscribers who are in arrears and who havo promised to call at the office and settle . You will please call at once, or I will bo com pelled to cut you off. The price of this paper is 50 cents per month in advance, and I cannot make special exceptions. Very respectfully, Tub Ciiiculator.' When you want mco fresh meat mutton, bcof pork and purer lard at 10 conts por pound, go to Mellor & Dklaney 125 South Third streot. Oar wiro will positively koep out mosquitoes, but don't wait until your houso is full of them, as you can't got them out. Dallas Screen Co. During tho summer months I will get my fino candies fresh every week. Seo thorn. All at OOo per lb. J. A. Baulky, Joe Lehman's restaurant is open all night now. The best in the city to get a meal Pears' Soap "Beauty is but skin deep" was probably meant to disparage beau ty.' Instead it tells how easy that beauty is to attain. "There is no beauty like the beauty of health" was also meant to dispar age. Instead it encour ages beauty. Pears' Soap is the means of health to the skin, and so to both these sorts of beauty. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists ; all sorts of people use it. AT CLARK HEADQUARTERS. How the Actual Vote Stands up to May 30. Following figures aro obtained from tho bulletin at tho Clark aud clcotivo commission headquarters: Waco, May 30. Tho aotual in structed voto for tho two candidates for governor to this dato is as follows: For Clark 80. For Hogg 77. Primaries have boon held in ooun ties where conventions havo not boon held indicating how tho counties will go with oortainty as follows: For Clark 32. For Hogg 11. Counties uninBtructcd aro Eotor, and Lipscomb. Contested counties, Galveston, Har rison, Bexar and Potter. CLARK SPEAKERS. Hons. W. M.Walton of Austin and; W.H. Popo of Marshall Campaigning. Hon. W. M. Walton, of Austin, Texas, will speak in tho interest of Judge Clark as follows: Qoldthwaitc, Tuesday, May 3I. Lampasas, Wednesday, Juno 1. Temple, Thursday, June 2. Hon. W. II. Pope of Marshall, will address the peoplo in tho interest of Judgo Clark as follows: Paris, Weducuday, Juno 1. Honey Grove, Thursday, Juno 2. McKinncy, Saturday, June 4. Gatcsvillo, Monday, June 0. Judgo Herring's Appointments. Judge Herring will speak in the interest of Judge Clark as follows:' Denton, Monday, June 6th. Whitesboro, Tuesday, June 7th. Denison, Wednesday, June 8th. Sherman, Thursday, June 9th. McKinncy. Saturnay, fune nth. Attention Baylor Aluml. A special meeting of tho local Alumi is called to moot this 5 p. in. in the parlors of tho New McClelland Hotel. Tho sevonty-fivo graduates of Baylor Waco UnivorBity living in Waco aro urgod to attend. Wavos Mountain High Or somewhat loss threaten, during a storm, to ongulf tho venturous voy agor on tho tcmpostuouH Atlantic Sometimes ho is torn with doop ao spair nt suoh a juncture, comotimes ho is rather glad of it. Tho latter con dition of tmnd obtains when hois Boa siok. Tho diabolical qualms whioh ho has undergono, and which aro now aggravated ton fold by tho pitohingof tho ship, render him in a moasure in different to bis fate. This picturo is scarooly exaggerated, as- peoplo who have been violently Boa sick will assuro you. Travelers and tourists by sea and land should always be provided with Ilostcttcr's Stomach Bitters as a moans of counteracting sea siokness and tho nervous disturbances or stomaohio troubles begotton of uncom fortable transit by land or wator, or unwholesomo food hastily swallowed at railway station. Emigrants should supply thomBclvoB with Jiostottor'a Stomach Bittern as a tamily saioguaru against malaria, Btomaoh, liver bowel complaint?, kidney trpubloBj rheumatism V rM I! i