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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 4 1892.
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LOOK OUT FOR
O. J. MILLER.
I T1CIY I r If
Cheap Medium and Fine
Paper Hangings and Decor
ations, Window Glass, Var
nishes etc. Sole agent for
J. W. John's celebrated
Asbestus Points. Full line
of Colors, Brushes and every
thing kept in a first-class
Wall Paper and Paint Store.
C F. SMITH.
404 Austin Street,
Steam Sausage Factory.
Fresh Sparc Ribs.
All Kinds Meats
Cheap for Cash.
J. 0. Stafford.
i. m m
beware of Imitations
Of MoAuster ooal. No ono han
dles the Genuine article but Laoy.
Mako Christmas presents of Ilook
J. E. Andesson.
No ono sells the Celebrated
MgAlisthr coal but Laoy.
If you want good coal, quick deliv
ery, telephone Laoy for McAlibtek
Lump. No one sells it but Laoy.
Waco addition to Rockport, 20
lots to the block, $100.
J. E. Anderson.
If you want tho best cheap ooal in
vvaoo tolophono Lacy for o Bkikr
Day boarders oan get tho best ac
commodations at tho Woman's Ex
chango, 113 North Fourth street.
Lunches and refreshments for en
tertainments, furnished by tho Wo
man's Exohange, 118, North Fourtl
Tho beBt restaurant in town, .Too
Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth
Ladies, we have just recoived fresh
tj stook of flower seeds.
k W. L. Tookeu,
' "Lion Drue Store.
Don't spond your hard earnod mon
ey lor lottery tickets, young man, but
buy a lot in tho Kirkpatiick addition
and you will have a plaoo on whioh to
build a home.
You can't looMe on Rookport lots
lor heafter used for goobers and
oraDges only, but when doep water
is had they will be worth more than
J. E. Aderbon,
Real Estate for Sale.
Tho Gerald house on South Fifth
etreot, lot 115x215, two s'ory houso,
nine rooms, all modern conveniences.
Price $0,5(10; will tako a smaller
houso in part payment. Lot and a
half on North Eloventh street, be
tween Barron and Morrow, east front.
Prico $700 a lot. Two lots corner
twentieth and Webster, nicely tor
weed. Price $800. Lot and a half
fronting Sedwiok'a houso on Clay
street; under fonoo. Price $750. Cor
Qcr lot on Ninth and Bagby; east
front. Prico $500. Two lots corner
North Sixth and Tennessee avenue.
O. A. Rioiiardeon,
Are You Satisfied ?
With a Good Wearing and Good Fitting
WE ARE STILL ON TOP.
With the Largest Line of
IN THE STATE.
ew, Fresh and Faultless,
Call and Examine OurMammoth Stock.
MI OF PMYEE
Beginning Jan. 4. With Confession
TOPICS SUGGESTED FOR THE WEEK
lly I lie Uvutigolicut Alliuuco for
Tho Utiilod Miiloo The Uhurcli
Universal M'lio i'aiiiily and tlio
YomiR Nations utidTlirlr IEiilcm
Tlio Clinrcli lliroad and tho Child
roil at Homo.
The following is tho programme for
the week of the Evangelical Alliance.
MONDAY, JANUARY 4. CONFESSION
Confession : Of personal, eooial and
national sins, of sectarian jealousy
Thanksgiving: For united prayer;
for tho success of the Florence Con
ference, and for all blessings, spirit
ual and temporal. Pa. 51. Dan. 9:3 19
Ps. 34. Eph. 1:15 23.
TUESDAY, JANUAKY 5. THK OHUItCn
Praise For tho real unity of all
believers, and the growing desiro for
its lullor manifestation.
Prajer: For a larger comprehen
sion of Christ, a more perfect love and
loyalty to him a more oompleto union
with him and of bisdioiples in him;
that m'nistois and all believorsmay
bo filled with the Holy Ghost. John
17. Eph. 4:1-10. Acts 2: 1-22.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5 THE 1'ASI
.ILY AND 'HIE YOUNG.
Praise For the graoious promises
to tbe godly and their children and
for the inoreasing number of young
Prayer For a deopor senso of the
sacredness of the family relation; for
invalids and tho aged for sons, daugh
ters and servants; for the consecra
tion of sons to the miaistry, for Sun
day schools and all Christian associa
tions for young people, for public
schools and nil eduonional insiitu
tions Ps. 128. Col. 3: 10 25. Isa.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7 NATIONS AND
Praise For tho inoreaing influ
ence of Christ in nil human affairs.
Prayer For nil in authority, that
thoy may apply tbo teachings of Christ
to the problems of our times, lor
pcaco; for tho abolition of tho slavo,
opium and strong drink traffic and for
all needed roforms temperance, Sib
bath, Industrial, sooial and political;
that tho kingdoms of this world ma
speedily become the kiiigdrm of oui
Lord. Ps. 67. Rom. 3: IT Isa.
2 4. Rev. 21 15. Rev. 22 4.
lie v. 11:15 17.
VUIDAY, JANUARY 8. THE OHUROII
Praiso For tho increased prepara
tion of tho world for the gospel, for
tho increasing number of those who
havo given themselves to the work ol
Prayer For a (signal manifestation
of tho Holy Spirit's power, for inis
Mutiarios and nutivo Christians; for all
who aro persecuted for righteousness
sako and for liberty of conpoionoe;
for more co-operation; for an inoreaso
of intelligent interest in tho salvation
of tho world. Isa. 40 1-5. Joel 2
23 32. Matt. 5: 10 12. John 4:35-38.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. Till: CHURCH
Praise For a olearor recognition
of need and growing Beisu of re
sponsibility. Prayer For a larger approhension
m a m a i n
of tho misbion oi the ohurch, to save
not only tho individual but lso socie
ty; to purify all human institutions
and relationships; for increased co
operation in behalf of city, country
and frontier. Isa. C5: 17 25. Matt.
10:5-13 Luke 24: 46-47.
Special services in observance of
tho week at the Cumberland Presby
terian church every night this week
beginning promptly at 7:30 p. rii.
ALL OVJKK TOWN.
County court opened this morning
for the January term and the docket
Read tho telegraphic reports in
The News today. You will find them
on every pago.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho Board ot Trado will bo held to
morrow night. A full attendance is
Full tolegraphio reports of all the
important events of the world in
The News today. Head every page
of tho paper.
Joe, infant 6on of Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Chambers, diod at 6:10 a. m.
yesterday and was buried at Oakwood
at 10 a. m. today.
Messrs. Tilley and Company, oar
pentors, havo established hoadqurters
at 111, Briago street, where they will
figure on contracts hereafter.
Mrs. Sims an old lady about 70
years of ago, dropped dead at the cor
ner of Franklin and Eighth streets
this afternoon at 3:30. The remains
will bo shippod to Dallas lor intor
inent. A fow days ago Mrs. H. M. Onsen
berry, at 624 North Eleventh street
fell irotn tho back gallery, about foui
ieot from tho ground, sustaining
severe injuries both, internally and
externally Irom which she is rooovor
mg very slowly.
Mr. Jack Long, tho well known
cotton plautor sold a bale of cotton
today to G. II. Handle & Co., Henry
Boyd buyer, for 2 cents a pound.
Tho bale brought $7.50. This is en
oouraging to the ootton planters. It
shows that there is always u market
for the fleecy staple.
The Waco Typographical Union
met labt evening and oleoted tho fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year:
O. Y. Hurwood, president; J. I?.
Spcnoer, vioopresidont, P. A. Rich
ards, secretary; E. M. Ains worth,
Treasurer; Waltor Mitohel, sargont at
arms; M. Somes, J. S- England and
J. R. Spoucer, executive committee,
J. L. Dunn, V. C. Lunsford and
Chi.s. Be.il, relief coinnrttce. An
interesting mec.ug wtu had and tbe
proooedings werejvery profitable to the
In Poor Slinpu Tor Ilnnlnrn.
Washington, Jan. i. When th
Fifty-second congress irasembles to
morrow it will find itself far less capable
of entering upon actual legislative busi
ness than any predecessor during recenl
years. The committees of tho senate,
owing to the late dato of organization,
has been unable to placo upon the calen
dars any reports that should propoily
engross the attention of tho senate nl
this stage of the first session, consequent
ly there will be littlo for that body to do.
The illness of Shaker Crisp prevented
the house committeo on rules from avail
iiiK tho holiday recess for the prepara
tion of a code of rules for tho direction
of tho business of tho houso. Crisp'i
present condition warrants tho presume
tion that ho will not bo able to pieside
when tho houso reassembles to-morrow,
and a sieaker pro tern will bo elected,
probably McMillin, as Mills will not b
in the city, he having left for Texai
HAPPY NEW YEARI
Farewell, old year,
We turn from you
And greeting give
And reader, dear,
We wish for thee,
Through all its days,
IT'S A GOOD THING
Early in the year to talk about
Sijirrvisl:!!: "STOtxx- House.
We have a large and well selected stock of
Latest in style, material and
can furnish your house from garret to
R.T. DENNIS &BRO.
Mr. Charlie Werner has Disap
peared From His Familiar
HAUNTS-HE WAS BOOK-KEEPER
For Ed MrtiiiNN mill Cimio ii Siilur
duy Short in IiIn Accounts- lie una
To Ilitvo Mlriiiirhlonod iMuttorw
Today hut Instead lilt tho Koud
I'or 1'nrtH Unknown.
Mr Charlie Werner, tho woll known
book keopcr for Mr. Ed Strauss, tho
hardwaro man, is conspicuously ab
sent from his post of duty today, aud
his old employer is very anxiouH
Mr. Wornor has been with Mr.
Strauss about two years, as ohiet book
kcepor and oolleotor. IIo has made
an ciiioient man and everything has
moved along satisfactorily until Sat
urdy when a discrepancy was discov
ered in tho account with tho National
Oil company, claiming to have paid
$:!G for which the proper orodit had
not been givon. Mr. Strauss spoko
to his collector about it aud be said
there was somo mistake and that
ho would go down to tho ofiioo of tho
company this morning and straighten
tho matter up. This was porfootly
satisfactory to Mr. Strauss, ho having
confidence in his Inoott keoper, who
had served him faithfully tor two
soasons, but Mr. Werner did not
show up this morning. A man was
sent to his boarding houso and tho
land lady said ho took his ovorooat
and grip yesterday and left tho oity,
saying that he was oil for a hunt
for a fow days.
Mr Strauss, upon hearing theso
faots went immediately bolore an
officer and swore out warrants for
Werner's arrest, on a oharge of
Tho amount of tho loss is small,
but Mr. Strauss thinks it will ox
tond to Bmall peculations for some
time past. Mr. StrausB kept pretty
close to the books himself, as ho al
pays docs, and tho loss cannot exceed
$200 ho says.
The books aro being overhauled
hy experts and in tho meantime offi
cers aro in soaroh of Charlio Werner
MY STORE 12 Lead Pencils for
fivo cents at My Store 025 Austin
Crippon has purowhito lard in fifty
jiil ti i. i cents, corner
ifth and Franklin.
MY STORE, Fine Kraut at I oonts
per pound at My Store G25 Austin,
Wc keep everything and
Come in and take a look.
518 AUSTIN ST
M. L. Winans.
Mrs. Miohacl Curtain, Plainfiold,
111., makos tho statement that sho
caught cold, whioh sottlod on her
lungs; she was treated for a month
by her family physician, but grow
worse. Ho told hor she was a hopoloss
viotim of consumption and that no
modioino could ouro her. flcr drug
gist suggested Dr. King's New Dis
oovory for Consumption; She bought
a bottlo and to hor dolight found her
self benofited from first does. She
continued its ubo and after taken ton
bottles, found herself sound and woll,
and now docs her own housework and
is as woll as alio ovor was. Freo trial
bottles of this Great Discovery at W.
13. Moirison & Co's. Druir Store, largo
bottles fiOc. and 1.00.
Roal Estato Transfers.
Reported by Waco Abstract and
Investment Company, 11D South
Fourth btroot, Waco, Texas.
Daniel Aerl to Mary Hattie lot at
City of Waco to II B Ellis tax title
to lot Fifth ward, $7.fiG.
R S MoMahan and wifo to J A Mo
Mahan lot 15 Kygor add, $480.
J I Moore ot al to J W Mann traot
farm lot 20, $2500.
J J 'Ihnrnton and wife to A.
Wheolcr 25 120 acres Ohambcrn
grant west of Twonty-oighth street,
$2288, and 486 acros laud.
Total Jany. 2, 18o24 5275.55.
A Big Chance.
The entire stock of tho Chas. Hast
store is to bo sold out in a day or
two at retail or wholosale and below
cost. Thcra is a fino chanoo for
MY STORE. 50 marbles lor 5 ocuta
at My Store, 045 Austin atootr