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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 2 1892
Goodies for Christmas.
'ruil Cnlic lo iiotiKliOm lliilciirr.
For fruit cako enough to"do the
family any reasonable family for
Christina and Now Ynar'a Day, theso
things arc necessary Two pounds
currants, three pounds raisinB, ono
pouud cition, ouc pound candied
orango and lutnon pcol, ouc pound
figs, ono pound almonds, two pounds
flour, one pound butter, two pounds
of tho darkest brown sugar you can
get, eightoon ctrg, ono ounco ground
cloven, ono ouncu ground cinnamon,
ono out ce allspice, two nutmegs
grated, one fourth pint ot brandy.
Prepare the fruit tho day before
This simplo command is apt to
"stump" tho oxperimenter so this is
how it's dono. First of all tumblo the
currants into a panful of topid water,
stir them around a bit and lift out
with tho hands, letting the water
drain off them as you do. Repeat
this two or three times, then spread
them on a clean tea towel, as coarso a
ono as you have, roll them up in it
and rub them well to dry them and
to get the little stems oil. Tho stems
will stick to tho towol and tho use of
two or three towels in this way will
make tho currants perfectly olean.
Spread them on a platter and set
abide until the morrow.
Stone tho laieins. This is made
easy by letting thorn stand in nearly
boiling water for a minute A small
sharp knife, a touoh of butter on the
fingers or olso a bowl of warm water
to dip them in, and tho seeds are
easily removed. Tear them in half
as you seed them.
Shred the citron quito lino and out
up the figs io small bits.
Chop tho orange and lemon peel
Blanch tho almonds and cut them
in quarters. Thoy aro blanched
pouring boiling water over them, I
ting them stand in it a few minu ot"
and then popping them out of ttos,
Tho raisitie, orange peel, citron and
almonls should be pressed down in
n dish and the brandy poured ovor
thorn then closely covor with a plate.
Tho next day, whon the mixing and
tho baking aru to bo done, set the flour
on tho oven to brown, and as it
browns remove that dark enough
and sot tho rest baok until all is a light
Thoroughly rub together tho but
ter and sugar, with a wooden eponn
until creamy. Separate tho yolks and
whites of tho eggs, beat the yolks
until light and add to tho sugar and
butter. Then add half the
flour, next the spices, stir
ring well aftor each addition. Sift
tho otbtr half of tho flour over tho
fruit and add that, putting the Ggs
and almonds in first so that thoy will
bo well distributed, thon tho citron,
chopped peel, raisins and currants
alternately, a handful of each at a
time, and stirring industriously bo
Beat tho whites of the eggs to a
light not a stiff (roth and add last.
A good idea is to save out two or
three spoonfuls of tho batter before
tho fruit goes in, to spread over tho
cakes after thoy arc in tho pans, in
order to oover tho fruit and prevent it
Heavy pans that turn out a cako
with a hole in tho middlo, or earthen
baking dishes aro good to bako them
Tho oven must bo just hot enough
turn a pieoo of manilla paper palo
rown in a minuto. It requires threo
hours to bako a fruit cake thorough-
y ana me oven must be a
"slow" ono of oven tempora
, ture. After three hours open tho
doors and leave the cakes in tho oven
for half or throe quarters of an hour
longer to coo'c.
Now lor tho crowning touch. About
a week or five days before you aro
going to out tho cakes, got a quart
bottlo of ohampagoo domestic does
very well. Puncture tho cakos with a
knitting needlo or larding needlo
through and throngh in every direc
tion and pour the wine over thorn,
turning them in it until thoy drink up
every drop. Set them away again un
til tbo day before outtingj whon thoy
can bo iced if desired.
f . I Finks & Co.
514, and 515, Austin htroet,
Waco, Texas. I
Headers, look over this nd, and read
from time to timo and it will save you
money. I offer as a starter :
Dried grapes, 20 lb for $1 00
Choice evaporated apples, 111 lb 1 00
Mavy beans, 2!3 lb 1 00
Linn bean', 18 lb 1 00
Grits, 35 lh 1 00
Ileadrico.M lb . I 00
10 packages Scotch nats 1 00
10 paokages corn (lakos 1 00
1st patent flour, per cwt 2 80
Granulated suar, 18 lb 1 00
Y. C Sugar, 10 lb 1 00
lirown sugar, 20 lb 1 00
This 'is something of interest to to
bacco chewors and smokers
Star tobacco, per pound, 4fi
Horso Shoo tobacco, per pound, . . loc
Targot tobacco, per pound, 25o
Fish Hook tobacco, por pound,. . 5J5o
Drummond s N. L., per pound,. . 55c
W. N. T. N. L., per pound, 55o
Cut Kate, per pound HOo
Lucy Ilinton, per pound, 50c
Royal Bumper, per pound, 50o
Sweep Stakes, per pound, 55c
Luoky Striko, N. L , per pound,.. 55o
Rob Roy, per pound, 30o
Old Dick, por pound, 30o
Best Greenville, per pound, 33,t
Friends, this is only a small list of
my oash prices on groceries. Call
at my storo and 1 will surprise you
with tho low prices on other goods
Every day a special salo day, and any
quantity sold at these prices.
J. H. SHOPE
205 South Third Street.
Tho Doors of the Now McClellan
Thrown Open to the Public.
Tho now hotel, which opened yes
terday, is very appropriately called
tho NewMoClollan, font is absolutely
new. Now proprietors, now lurnituro,
new papor, new kituhen, ne cooks.
All thcro is of tho old hotel is the lo
cation and walls and doors. Tho
building has been remodeled, repaint
ed, refurnished and in a style that
will mike it in all respects a really
first class hotel, so far as furnishing
is concerned. Tho new proprietors,
W. '. Boyle & Son, aro gonuiuo hotel
men with ripe experience in other
cities- Thoy aro also wholo soulcd,
genial gentlemen, intent on making
their guests happy at any cost. Tho
parlors and bedrooms aro elegantly
furnished in bright and eheorful colors,
and with overything now and bright
tho interior of the hotel is wholly con
ducive to comfort. But tho Now
McClellan is going to bo first-class in
its cuisine. The tablo has always
been tho winning card with Boylo &
Son, and the tablo menu of tho new
hotel will not bo surpassed by any
hotel in tho state. Tho first dinner
yesterday, whioh was partaken of by
about fifty guests, is highly spoken of.
Two of the finest cooks in tho west
cater to the palato.
Thore is room in Waco for a now
first-class hotel, and tho New Mo
Clcllan will, wo aro suro, fill tho bill.
Tho city woleomos Boyle & Son and
tho stato at large will give tho new
hotel a big patronage.
Knights of the Golden Rule.
The Waco Castle, No 51, Knights
of tho Golden Rulo mot last night at
tho Workman's Mutual Aid hall to
install officers nominated at a previ
ous meeting, and the following wero
elected and installed :
Commander, W. D. May field; vice
commander, S. L. Jones; master-at-arms,
S. A. "Wood; prolate, J. H
Hartley, secretary, A. A. Perry, treas
urer, John "Woodall; herald, M. W.
Woodall; warden, Goode Burke; senti
nel, C. T. Woodall; trustees, O. W.
Hurwood, W. B. Mitchell and S. A.
Tho meeting was a very interesting
ono and tho oastle will meet again tho
third Friday night in January.
One four room houso and two lots
I6O9 Franklin street.
P G. Smith.
1 m 1
It you want fresh oysters served in
a tempting manner, oall at the Wo
man's Exohango, 113 North Fourth
Crippan has pure white lard in fifty
pound cans at elo n cents, oornor
Fifth and Franklin.
8. 1 Tl
Interior Decorating and
Paper Hanging a Spe
cialty; Also Dealer in
Painters Supplies and
sixth sTititnr xn.nt rjt.ixicr.rx.
WACO, -:- -:- TEXAS,
THES. A. P. STRIKE.
Everything-Quiet and no Prospect
of Resumption of Trafllc.
The strike on the San Antonio and
Aransas Pass is unohanged today.
Two trains went out from San Anto
nio yestorday, ono to Kerrvillo and
ono to Corpus Christi. What became
of thorn is not known yet. Tho ac
tion of the mob at Argenta, Ark.,
was very encouraging to the strikers
tor they saw in this a sign of univer
Major Herbert always ready for a
joke was accosted this morning by a
man wno wanted to know when the
next Aransas train would start cut.
Major Herbert said he did know but
there was a man with a telasoopo
at the corner of Fourth and Austin,
who was trying to get a ocus on the
tirst moving train, and could probably
give him tho information. This
brought down the streot, and Superin
tendent F. E. Rogers, who was stand
ing near, hughed and pased on.
Tho telegram received yesterday
aftemoon, to the effect that tho re
ceivers were a holding a confer
ence at l oakum with the commit
tee representing tho strikers, waB
probably false, as it could not be
traced to a responsible sourco.
Four of tho alleged scabs, who bo
longed to tho car load stampeded at
Argo'ita, arrived at Taylor last night,
and learning tho situation there, took
tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas north
bound passenger and came up to
Waco. -They have no notion of tak
ing the places made vacant by the
ON THE CARS.
A Waoo Young Lady Married On a
Last Wednesday, on tho arrival of
tho 4 p. m. express from Waoo at
Hempstead, Mr. Kd Carlton of Hous
ton arrived with a marriago license,
accompanied by a jnstioe of the peace,
boarded tho elegant ohair ear and in
five minutes was ioincd in holy wed
lock to Miss Minnie Scawell, ono of
Waco's most beautiful and accomp
lished young ladies. This romantic
nJarriage waa witnessed by at least
2oO people, and as tho "all aboard"
oall was heard, Mr. H. U. Seawell,
brother of tho bride, who had accom
panied hor from Waoo, stepped from
the train, and with tho multitude who
had gathered to catob a glimpse of the
young bride, bade them bn voyage
with all tho happiness and joys of
A Big Chance.
Tho entiro stock of tho Ohas. Rast
store is to bo sold out in a day or
two at retail or wbolosale and below
oost, Thero is a fino chanoo for
Till! KflVct of Discipline.
"Just seo how tho chickens mind tho
old hen, Itobby," said Mrs. Norris to
her son. "Watch them run to her
when she calls them."
"I suppose sho sat on them when
thoy wero little," remarked tho infant
phenomenon reflectively. Kate Field's
How Invalids Are Ilecrultcil.
It is a waste of energy to overeat
But how many persons aro tempted to
gratify tho palate long after tho do
innnds of hunger have been satisfied?
It is from this class that a largo per
centage of invalids is recruited. Hall's
Journal of Health.
Tho czar of Russia and tho Sinmeso
king aro among tho monarchs who aro
alleged to rido bicycles, and riuo them
Tho czar is a vory busy man, frequent'
ly working till 2 or 8 o'clock in the
morning. No ono of his subjects passes
moro timo in hard work than ho does.
FORSY1HE & COREY.
FINE FURNISHING GOODS
Your attention is called to the fact
that the Holidays aro drawing nearer
and as it creates a demand for certain
lines of goods which are only sold for
such occasions, it becomes a question
with everyone to know where to get
the best at the lowest possible figure
therefore I respectfully invite you to
call Inspect my line of goods, get
prices and be convinced that I am
selling goods cheaper than any other
house in the city.
1 have just received an elegant line of
the following goods:
Cala. Evap. Peaches 61bs for $1.00
' S. D. choice " " I2 " 1.00
" Evap. Apricots " 8 ' l.oo
" " Nectar'es " S " 1 00
" " Pears " 8 " 1.00
" Potted Plums " 8 " l.oo
Dried Blackberries fancy at Iclbs. for
Shelled Almonds valued at 50 cents
L. L. Magnolia Raisins at 15 cents
L. M. Magnolia Raisins at 15 cents
Imperial Cluster Fanoy at 25 cents
Imperial suit. Seedless Raisins at 25
cents per pound.
Citron Choice at 30 cents per pound
Citron Fancy at 3 pound
Lemon and Orange Peel fancy at 40
cents per pound.
Figs, Chojce at 12 1-2 cents per pound
" Fancy at 25 cents per pound,
Mixed Nuts (all fresh) at 61bs for $1
Minced meat in bulk and one pound
kegs etc. A special drive ou canned
goods of all kinds during this entire
Watch tuy specialty sales on Satur
days. Try me this month for grocer
ies and I will save you enough money
to enable you to buy a handsome
present to each of the family.
Yours for good goods and low
O. J- MILLER.
Ttr 1 Tictv 1 r;
Fount! ly n Cimlnn Detective.
The parents of Httlo Charley Holmes
missed tho boy about 5 o'clock ono
evening, but through tho renmrkablo
intelligence of a dog tho four-year-old
was returned to their arms a Httlo after
Tho distracted parents reported tho
caso to Thomas II. Buttwcll, a special
policomnn, about 9 o'clock, and ho
made a close search of all tho alleys and
byways from AVashington to Market
streets, but nothing was seen of tho
Finally ho left matters to his dog
Glp, an animal that has a recordboth
as a detective and life saver. Tho
dog, after being shown soino clothes
worn by tho boy, bounded away in tho
darkness. Soon a sharp, joyous bark
from tho cauiuo announced a discov
ery, and Buttwoll hurried in the direc
tion, where ho found Qip with his
bead between tho wall of a building
nnd a big dry goods box on tho side
walk, wagging his tail vigorously.
Tho policeman turned tho light from
his bullsoyo on tho spot nnd found
tho lost boy sound asleep. He bad
wandered about for several hours, nnd,
tired and hungry, cried himself to
Bleep. San Francisco Examiner.
.Srcomlliiinil Steam VachtH.
Mr. Vandeibilt bought tho steam
yacht Conqueror at a great loss to tho
original owner, tho Now Yorker not
paying one-fifth of her original cost.
Tho price of steam yachts hold up bet
tor than sailing vessels. Mr. John Stet
son sold tho Sapphire very close to her
original cost in fact it has been many
times said that ho got out of yachting
cheaper than any ono else. Boston
When a woman begins to watch at
tentively a man's acts, gestures and
speech, you may bo suro she has be
gun either to love or to hato him.
We are prepared to make
loans on iinprovud country or
city property at current rates.
Vendors' lieu notes extended
FORT, WILLIG & PATTON,
JXU X XiLt JMJ X All vww
OTTUJt l!UIUlii:X, 1'rop'r.
Fine Iinportefl and Domestic Cigars
and Tobaccos. Serves among others
the following famous brands:
Hoffman House Boquet.
Flor de Humboldt.
Box trado solicited. Wo aim to
please our customers.
The following property is offered
for sale without reserve or limit as to
price A man with some oash cau
uiako monoy and lots of it, if ho will
go and investigate this offer. But do
lay is dangerous, the property is
going to be sold.
10 lots, 8 houses, corner Fifth and
Spoight streets; 1 house and barn on
South Fifth street, this will bo sold at
a saorifke; a 0 aoro garden, 2 acres
in asparagus, one acre in fino fruil
and grapes, good improvements, on
South Twelfth street.
A 05 aoro fruit farm, 40 aores in
fiuit trees (bearing) also $20,000 two
vcar old nursery trees for sale.
Sandy loam soil threo and a half inilci
from oitv, fino garden land. Call at
613 Austin avenue for tho bargains.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
At the Park Natatorlum for tho
Open 7 a. m, to 9 p. m. Saturday
nig t uutil 12 o'clock. Closed on
i.ucday night. Tub, Vapor and
Needlo Baths day and night for inval
ids and others- Physician's offioo
hours 9 to 11 a. m.; 3 to 5 p. m.
Skilled malo and female attendants
day and night. To.M Padoitt,
J. B. Chesnut, Proprietor.
Following are tho numbers that won
the prizes at Cummins' 5 and 10 ceut
Store, 703 Austin Auonuo, January
1, 1892 :
First prize, 1417; scoind prize,
1804; third prizo, 254; fourth prizo,
1837; fifth prize, 1457, sixth prizo,
507; soventh prize, 93; eighth prize,
1053; ninth prize, 100G; tenth prize,
1235; eleventh prize, 999; twelfth
prize, 98 1; thirteenth prize, 1074;
fourteenth prize, 1000; fifteonth prizo,
1853; sixteenth prize, 39; soventconth
prize, 1434; eighteen ih prize, 1004;
nineteenth prize, 1415; twentieth
prizo, 1203. Happy Nov Year.
f - I
We, the undersigned do this day
enter into oo-partnership under tho
firm namo of Debncy & Mellor for
the purpose of doing a general meat
market business and kindly solicit the
patronago of all who will pay prompt
ly at the expiration of each month as
wo aro determined to cut off all delin
Referring to the above I thank my
oustomers for their past favors and
will gladly servo all who in tho futuro
pay their bills at tho end of oach
month and request all who owe mo at
present to settle as quickly as possi
ble as 1 desire to givo no ono trouble.
t Jno. II. Delaney.
Waoo, Texas, Jan. 1st, 1892
A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man.
Are you Bilious, Constlpatedand
troubled With lumwllnr. Cl,.l,u 1
?uo. Kad Taste In Mouth, Filn
uncle and hn womi i.n ui 1.1
Chills and Foyer, &o. If you have
",? "' """ ayrapiouiB, youriilver la
out of order your blood is elowly
oeing poisoned, because your Liver
does not act properly. Hmibine will
euro any disorder of the Llver.dtom
nll rlrWif lfV Jt hns "o equal as a
nmni-Iie,l1.c,ne: ,? " 76 centB Free
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