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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 81892
Stoam Sausage Factory.
Fresh Sparc llibs.
All Kinds Meats
Cheap for Cash.
J. 0. Stafford.
beware of Imitations
Of MoAlibtek ooal. No ono han
dles the Genuine article but Laov.
MY STORE. 50 marbles for 5 cents
at My Store, 025 Austin Btcotr
Waco addition to Rockport, 20
lots to the block, $100.
J. E. Anderson.
For the next thirty days, see our
prices. They will astonish you,
If you want tho best cheap coal in
Waco telophono Lacy for tho Brier
- - m
Day boardors can get tho best ac
commodations at tho Woman's Ex
chango, 113 North Fourth street.
If you want good coal, quiok doliv
ery, telephone Lacy for McAlister
LoJir. No one soils it but Laoy.
Tho best restaurant in town, Joo
Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth
Nice pure and whito lard in bulk
cO cents per pound at Cuii'i'ENS,
lorner Fifth and Franklin.
Ladies, we have just received fresh
stock of flower seeds.
W. L. Tucker,
"Lion Drug Store.
A. D. Adams & Orbs..
Hard to Beat
Peaoh and Apple Cider Try me
I am good.
Our goods and our prices do our
advertising, we find it best in tho
Don't Epcnd your hard earnod mon
ey for lottery tiokets, young man, but
buy a lot in tho Kirkpatrick addition
and you will havo a placo on which to
build a home.
Parker Bros, can sell you goods
below manufacturers prices, See
thoir goods and get their prioos.
Havo you used an Embreo McLean
You can't loose on Ilockport lots
for header used for goobers and
oranges only, but when deep water
js had they will be worth more than
J. 13. Adeiison,
Miles' Norvo And Liver Pills
Act on a now principle regulating
the liver, stomach and bowels through
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness,
bad taste, torpid llvei piles, consti
pation. Unequaled for men, womon,
and children. Smallest, mildest, sur
est. E0doeo25 cents. Samples froe
atH. C BJulir 3 m.juj,
Real Estate for Sale.
Tho Gerald houso on South Fifth
street, lot 115x215, two story houso,
nine rooms, all modern conveniences.
Prico $6,500; will take a smaller
houso in part payment. Lot and a
half on North Elovonth stroot, be
tween Barron and Morrow, east front.
Prico $700 a lot. Two lots corner
Twentieth and Webster, nicoly ter
raced. Prioo $800. Lot and a half
fronting Sedwiok's houso on Clay
streot; undor fenoo. Prico $750. Cor
ner lot on Ninth nd Bagby; oast
front. Price $500. Two lots oorner
North Sixth and Tennessee avenno.
O. A. lllOHARDSON,
llcadors, look over this ad, and read
from tune to timo snd it will save you
money. I offer as a starter :
Dried grapes, 20 lb for $1 00
Ghoico evaporated npples, 10 lb 1 00
Mavy beans, 213 lb 1 00
Lima bean , IS lb 1 00
Grits,331h 1 00
Head rico, 14 lb 1 00
10 paokages Scotch oats 1 00
10 packages corn flakes 1 00
1st patent flour, per cwt, 2 80
Granulated sugar, IS lb 1 00
Y. C. Sugar, 10 lb 1 00
Brown sugar, 20 lb 1 00
This is something of interest to to
bacco chewors and smokers
Star tobaooo, per pound, -lac
Horse Shoo tobacco, per pound,. . 45c
Target tobaoco, per pound, 25o
Fish Hook tobacco, per pound,. . 2o
Drummond s N. L., per pound,. . 55o
W. N. T. N. L., per pound, 5uo
Out Rate, per pound 30o
Lucy FJinton, per pound, oOo
Royal Bumper, per pound, 50c
Sweep Stakes, per pound, 55c
Lucky Striko, N. L., per pound,.. 55o
Rob Hoy, per pound, 30o
Old Diek, por pound, 30o
Best Greenville, por pound, 33
Friends, this is onjy a small list of
my cash prices on groceries. Call
at my store and I will surprise you
with tho low prices on other ;oods.
Every day a special sale day, and any
quantity sold at these prices.
J. H. SHOPE
205 South Third Streot.
Real Estate Transfers.
ltnnnrtnd liv Wnnn Ahstrinf nnH
Investment Company, 119 South
uourtn street, waoo, Texas.
S A Chambers to T. P Moore 4 lots
blook 105 Goggiu and Parks addition
Roberts and Davis to Arnold and
Vaughn, 44 acreB Sanchez $225
W 0 Edwards and wife to J. G.
Edwards. 152 1-2 acres Ddwards sur
vej,love. O Baily ot al to A L Jonos, two
tracts Eppes susvey $5 aud 14 lote
N Patten otal bv sheriff to Horrine
and Kelly, J Hbilpot survey $S0.
.J 1 linn'cerhon and wito to Waco
Invest company, tract Eighth street
555 and others.
Total January 7, 1892, $1,850
MRS. E. V. Q0ODE.
A Waco Lady Ripe In Years Passes
Mrs. E. V. Goode, mother of Hon.
R. J. Goodo diod this morning at 1
o'clock. Mrs, Goode oamo to Waoo
with her husband in 1851 and has
lived hero over sinoo that timo. Hor
husband died many years ago but the
mother has had the care and oomfort
of a dutiful son. Tho funeral will
take place tomorrow at 10 a. m. om
tho residenco North Scoond street, Dr
II. A. Bourland offioiatini;. Mrs.
Goode had reaobed the ago of 70
years and leaves thrco sons and two
daughters to mourn her.
Mr. W. T. Clarkson, who has for
several months past, boon a resident
of this oity, has just returned from a
viit to San Antonio. Mr. Clarkson
is especially devoted to Waco, being
particularly interested in our
superior artesian water, a sample
of wbioh ho sent his father in Eng
land. Upon his return to this oity,
he received a letter stating that Waoo
wator was found, upon thorough anal
ysis, to be Jsspocially good for tho
browing of ale and porter, and states
that ho will be in Waoo in April,
next with a view of establishing a
A number of telographers, union
mon, wero on tho street doday, hunt
ing tho man Fowler, an acoount of
whom was published in this morn
ing's paper, as having been tried in
tho mayor's court yesterday morning
as a vagrant. They say they know
nothing of him, but if they oan find
him and ho shows up to bo all right,
they will seo that ho doos not suffer
for tho necessaries of life.
If you want cheap coal try Laoy's
Brier urkek, 6.50 por ton.
E. I. Thompson
HOUSE and SIGN
Interior Decorating and
Paper Hanging a Spe
cialty; Also lealer in
Painters Supplies and
sixths mm: r.Yi:.iitzrjtAXici,isr,
OWE MORE TRAIN.
:-au;;;tu.ssio: koi ri: m:ndn .i?.
OTIIUIl TKA1N TO WACO.
3Ir. Molzo illt not Come Ituch The
.Striker. Claim That the l'ulillciirc
Alratil or the Uiiginoerft luiiil will
Iot Trai cl on tlic Trainti.
Tho striko has no new phases to
day. There was a train in this morn
ing aud returned at 5 o'clock to
1 oakum. The engineer who was ar-
rastod hero night beforo last was not
on the engine. The report was cur
rent yesterday afternoon that tho
train would bo in at 11 o clock but it
did not arrive at that hour. The
polico were notiGcd that their services
would probably be needed at the
depot of the oau Antonio and
Aransas Pass upon tho arrival
of tho train, and Deputy
Marshal Clay, accompanies by several
officers, went down at 11 o'olook and
remained until 12 whon, the train not
coming in, they returned to their beats.
There was no indication of a disturb
ance that the offioes could sec, and
when the train did come in it was not
molestod by anybody. Tho nows from
Yoakum indicate a victory there lor
the strikers, in that tho mon, or quite
a number of them, at least, who had
entered into tho employ of the
railroad oompany have thrown up
their jobs and joined the strikers.
The strikers here, claim that the
crews the road has inexperienced
men, and that the trevoling publio
know this, and will not risk their
lives traveling on tho trains. It is
asserted that only ono passenger oamo
up on tho train this morning, aud he
reported that a largo uuinbor of
passengers wero at the depots all
along tho line, anxious to take pas
sage, but wero afraid of tho engineer.
The company claims that reliahlo
men only, aro employed, and that
they) sra running regular
passenger trains ont of San Antonio
and in a few days will start the
freights out with full crews. They
say tho only question is their ability
to get mon and they do not anticipate
any trouble with connecting lines in
moving thoir freight. No attempt has
been made to move freight trains from
IN THE COURTS.
In tho caso of the Citizens' Htilway
oompany vs Waco Eleotrio llailway
and Light company, Judgo Goodrroh
decided that the temporary injunc
tion hoietofore granted should not
But few mourners occupied tho
bench this morning at the mayor'b
oourt and the collection taken up was,
William Nash contributed $5 for
intoxication in a publio placo.
Ilollie Storms and John Yignon
were found asleop in a publio plaoo
and upon conviction were fined $2.50
Tho receipts of the session were
The Woman's Exohango, which has
beon temporarially olosed on account of
the illness of tho superintendent, will
bo rooponod at noon Saturday, Janua
ry 9th, whon dinner will be served as
A J. Lcslio for first-class watoh
clock and jowelry ropairing. Same
building with II. E. Ambold Austin
FORSY1HE & COREY.
FINE FURNISHING GOOD
" .A-ZLSTID HATS.
THE NEWS IN BRIEP.
Sir Chnrlos Tupjier said that the Mc
Khiley law would result in Canada seek
ing a uiuiket lor her pioduots in
Tlje house of repic-vtitntives will in
vestigate the Chicago World's fair man
agement in nil it details befoie voting
the fj.000,000 asked for.
Ignatius Donnelly "ioited" tho St.
Paul Pioneer Pi ess in the Minnesota Al
liance convention, mid wa.s elected presi
dent of the organization.
Bulgaria's iefus.il to grant Franco's
demands in relation to the expulsion of
M Chadouine will not result seriously,
aceoiding to the general belief in Paris.
President Harrison recommended that
congress pi ovide a suitable vessel to carry
American Hour to Russia. The senate
passed the i evolution and it went to the
Governor Bulkeley's demurrer to the
quo warranto suit of Moiris, Democratic
candidate for governor of Connecticut,
was sustained by the state supremo
SKIn (tiiiltlni; ii sun !,.
LaPoute, Ind., Jan. 8. The experi
ment of ti eating, by skin grafting,
Ernest Schmidt of this eity. who wa.s
burned with gasoline last summer, and
whose bums leiitsed to heal, is a marked
success. The skin was funushed by
Miss Linn Johnson, tho patient and his
two brotheis. The opeiiition was per
foinied the latter part ol December,
eight grafts, ranging from one to thrco
inches in length aud one-half in width,
being made. The grafts have so spread
that combined they cover nearly if not
quite the entile sui face of the wound.
Had not the operation been poifoimed
the boy would have been a helpless
cripple, but now the usefulness of hi
limbs has been entirely restored. Tin
is tho case wheiein the ladles of the
LaPorte Charity ciicle had offorod to
contribute from their jwrwius the epi
dermis necessary foi the operation, .but
afterwards declined to have any tiling to
do with the matter because of the wide
upicad notoriety they received from the
publication of the intended operation
which was to have been kept a profound
A ".rrjlt'lltS HL'U-tll.
Lrrri.K Rook, Jan. 7. Governor Eagl
received the following letter from a citi
zen bring in southwestern Aikansas; "I
write to inform you of a skeleton found
near Saratoga. It is supposed to be some
kind of n serpent's bones. Some of the
joints weigh nine and ten pounds each.
I have thirty-nine of these joints and a
number of pieces ot ribs, but no whole
ones, but from the best we coidd tell the
ribi would huve measured four feet in
length. I havo been informed that you
are gathering the curiosities of our state
for the museiun, and every one that has
seen the bones say that they aro ono of
the greatest curiosities ever seen in tills
part of our stuto. Tho thirty-uino joints
weigh !)50 pounds. Will you inform me
where I can dispone of the bones?
Please give mo tho necessary information
in legard to getting tho bones to thonin
soum. By so doing you will greatly
WStiJk'Tlpcb of Work,"
Cincinnati. Jan. 8. A most pecu
liar caso of theft and forgery was ac
complished by some shrewd villians.
Checks payable to Dr. C. D. Crunch of
Mount Auburn, aggregating $-10,000,
were abstracted fjom the office desk
during tho doctor's absence on a pro
fessional caso between 11 and 1 o'clock,
and tho thief deposited them in the
Merchant)' National bank in the numo of
C. D. Crank, saying that he wished to
01X311 an account there. Then the thief
drew a sum which tho bank declined to
name, but something less than tho sum
deposited. Ho has not yet been found.
Aclrit Hop Tea ami I'alc Mult Ilrftr.
Atoka, I. T., Jan. 8. Governor Jones
of the Choctaw nation issued general in
structions Tuesday to his sheriffs to re
port immediately all dealers in hop tea
and pale malt beer. This is the first in
timation that the Indian government
will take a hand in UV suppression of
tho tiaflio and is a surprise to dealers.
Tho penalty is expulsion from the
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A "Slioit" f.unjiir.
Nasiivilm:, Jan. 8, J. II. Meek, a
prominent lawyer of Dandridgo, is
missing and is suspected of being $25,000
short in his accounts.
Ho was chancery clerk of tho court of
that county and managed tho bchool
fund of $50,000. It is thought he has
gono to South America.
Soul to tho Coal million.
Atlanta, .Tun. 8. Delaughtor, Turner
and Perkins, the threo robbers who un
dertook to rifle tho Southern oxpross on
the Ccntrnl railroad nnd were convicted
in Chatham comity, have beon ordered
to the Dado county coal mines and they
will begin a long service at once.
Death or tho J Cheilitis
Cairo, Jan. 8. Tho khedive is dead.
Ho had been suffering from influenza
which developed into congestion of the
lungs. This was complicated with a car
die Mfpctiou and this afternoon ho succumbed.
We are prepared to inake
loans on improved country or
city property at current rates.
Vendors' lien notes extended
PORT, WILLIG & PATTON,
To the Lovors of Art In Photo
graphy. Having movod to my now gallory,
over 701 and 703, Austin stroot, (tho
old Hinohman Building), I urn now
better prepared than over to give tho
people of Waoo tho finest Photos in
tho state. The beautiful "aristo" (so
highly endorsed by tho leading, gal
cries,) in all its beauty, at my studio.
1 will have on exhibition ior a few
days, an elegant oil portrait of Mrs.
Geo. Clark, by Mons. Do Gissao, whioh
has been framed in a very handsomo
"Florentine" frame, making a portrait,
well worth a visit, to all, and moro
especially to tho tho ladies.
I will bo glad to welcome my old,
and many new customers. Don't for
get my now address, over 701 and 703,
The following property is offered
for sale without reserve or limit as to
price A man with some oash oan
make monoy and lots of it, if ho will
go and investigate thia offer. But do
lay is dangerous, the property is
going to be sold.
10 lots, 8 houses, corner Fifth and
Speight streets, 1 house and barn on
South Fifth street, this will be sold at
a saorifice; a 0 aoro garden, 2 acres
in asparagus, ono aorc in fino fruit
and grapes, good improvements, on
South Twelfth street.
A 05 acre fruit farm, 40 aoros in
fruit trees (bearing) also $20,000 tw
year old nursery trees for sale.
Sandy loam soil threo and a half miles
from oity, fino gardon land. Call at
GUI Austin avenue for tho bargains.
Bargains at Cummins' 5 and 10 et.
A 1-2 gal. and pint cups 01o
A 5 Aale mouse trap 10c
A deep pudding pan and spoon. 10s
A covered tea steeper 10a
A 6coop dipper and funnel 10c
A wood spoon, fork and sorow
3 Heavy glass sauoo dishss. . . . 10a
2 Thiok, plain glass goblets.. 10a
3 8 inch tin pio plates lOe
VZ Tin tea spoons lOo
12 Sheets paper, envelopes and
12 slato penoils and 4 load. . . . lOo
2 10 cont tablets for 10o
A covered glass sugar bowl. . . . lOo
A covered glass butter dish .... 10a
At Cummins' 5 and lOo. storo, 703,
Austin avenue, b:twcen Gth & 8th st.
The United States Dispensary says:
that "Onions are a stimulant, diuretio
and expectorant; they increase tho
appotito and droinoto dijoBtion." The
juice mado into syrup as in Dr. Gunn's
Onion Syrup, has a speoifio aotion on
the throat, iuns;s and air passages, it
not only cures coughs, colds, croup
and consumption, but its stimulating
effect, strengthens anc builds up tho
system afterward. As a tonio and
restor.tivo it has no equal. Wo so
licit a trial in the mos chronic and
stubborn oases. Prico 50ots. Sold by
W. B. Morrison & Co.
We, the undersigned do this day
enter into co-partnership under the
firm narao of Boloney & Mollor for
the purpose of doing a general meat
markot business and kindly solicit the
patronage of all who will pay prompt
ly at the expiration of eaoh month as
we are doterminod to cut off all delin
Delaney & Mellob.
Referring to the abovo I thank my
customers for their past lavors and
will gladly servo all who in tho future
pay their bills at tho end of oach
month and request all who owe mo at
prcsont to settle as quiokly as possi
ble as 1 desire to give no ono trouble.
JNO. II. DnLANBY.
Waco, Texae, Jan. let, 18D2