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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY ll 1892
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Stoam Sausage Factory.
. Fresh Fish.
Fresh Spare Ribs.
All Kinds Moats
Cheap for Cash.
J. 0. Stafford.
Bowaro or Imitations
Of MoAmstkb. ooal. No ono han
dles the Genuine artiolo but Laov.
The Kirkpatriok addition is high,
drv and salubrious and commands a
MY STORK, 50 marbles for 5 cents
at My Store, 025 Austin Bteotr
The Kirkpatriok addition to Waco
puts tho chance of securing a homo
into the hands of every one.
If you want cheap ooal try Laoy's
diueii ureek, tfo.ou per ton.
Lots in tho Kirkpatriok nddifon
are selling, for the present, dirt cheap.
For the next thirty days, see our
pnoes. ihoy will astonish you,
Take a drive over tho additions to
tho city and ask tho prices of lots
and then look at lots in tho Kirkpat
riok addition, and you will buy.
If you want the best cheap ooal in
Waco tolephono Lacy for the Briub
Day boardors oan get the best ac
commodations at tho Woman's Ex
chango, 113 North Fourth street.
Young man, take a drop on lottery
tickets, and buy you a placo for a
home in tho KtrkpatritkJ addition.
Jt is the chance of a lifetime.
If you want good coal, quick deliv
ery, tolcphone Laoy for McAuoTtiit
Ldmi. No ono soils it but Laoy.
Nice pure and whito lard in bulk
cO cents per pound at Grippens,
lorncr Fifth and Franklin.
Ldies. we have just rcooived fresh
stook of flower seeds.
W. L. Tuoiceis,
"Lion Drug Storo.
Eockport lots have two strings on
fortunes bow, Orango and Grapo cul
ture, and will doublo in value in a fow
months as it is tho coming doop
water port. J. E. Andeiihon.
A. D. Adams & Bros..
Hard to Beat
Peaoh and Apple Cider Try mo
I am good.
A J. Loslio for first-olass wr.toh
clook and jowelry repairing. Same
building with II. E. Ainbold Anstin
Parker Bros, oan Bell you goods
below manufacturers prices, Soo
their poods and got their prioos.
Have you used an Ernbrco McLoan
Tho Woman's Exchange which has
beon tcmporarially olosod on account of
the i'.lnoes of tho superintendent, will
bo reoponcd at noon Saturday, Jnnua
ry Oth, when dinnor will bo served as
Mllos Nerve And Llvor Pills
Aotona now principle rogulattng,
tho llvor, stomach and bowels through
thenervoH. A new dlscovory. Dr.
miles' Pills spoodlly oure blllounness,
bad taste, torpid llvei piles, consti
pation. Unequaled for men. women,
and children. Smallest, mildest, aur
eat. 60dosbB25 conta, Bamplesfroe
at H. O Elbhr t 3 ) u m ) I It
With His Protty Llttlo WIro at McGregor.
Coincidence) Itcciillluir llici Arrrnt of
it Wonuiti Yoitm tun anil H:rSiil
u(iiunt Ilulviihe-Ouunr II or (Jiuircli.
At Tluit Tlino t'lKiircH im lliu OHI
ciul I'.scort at Ilcr Diiuirlilur From
nicf.rcgor (o Wuco.
At 12 o'clook Saturday night Dcpu
ty kMietiir W. L. Burko arrived at the
comity jail having in his oustody a
young man and woman whom he had
arrested in McGregor on a ohargo ot
theft of over $21). Tho man wan
locked up in a ceil and tho woman, a
mcro girl, was lodged in a room in
front o: tho jail whero a guard has
been in atteudance. Mr. and Mrs.
A. V Weir, is tho way it appears oti
tho register and this is tho name un
der which the couplo was sailing at
tbeir now homo, McGregor.
Woir soeured tho position of tele
graph operator at McGregor a short
timo ago and ho and his young wife
have been living at that plaoo. Sat
urday morning three or four mon ar
rived at McGregor and went before
Justice Norton and made complaint
against Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Weir lor
theft of clothing from a lady passen
ger on tho Fort Worth and Denver
railroad. A scaroh warrant was ob
tained and tho trunk belonging to
Mrs. Weir was soarched. The evi
dence adduced at tho examining trial
before Jus-.ioe Norton was sufficient to
warrant, so that official thought, fixing
tho bonds of defendants at 1000,
eaoh. They could not give the bond
and Deputy Sheiifl Burko hired a
back and brought them to Waco.
Mr. Woss Hitiley of McGregor ao
compaoied Officer Burko with his
priboners. In conversation with tho
young woman she mentioned tho fact
that -he never was under arrest before
but once and then she was a little
girl and was guarded all night
ono night with her mother
in a tent. Mr. Hanloy was onoe a
member of the Ranger force, and an
inoidentin his It lo while then ongaged
flashed into his mind
"Where was that" ho said to Miss
"It was in Wiohita county, Texas"
"Yoa, and I am one of tho mon who
guardod yon and your mother all night
in tho tont," said Mr. Hanley.
Mr. and her husbond, who
lived there in Wiohita, county wero
charged, jointly with conspiring t')
defraud, in that thoy, by fraudulent
representations obtained the payment
of money by tho United States gov
ernment. Mrs was arrested and
her little girl, now Miss Weir,
and in tho McLennan county jail was
allowed to remain with her mother
and tho two guarded in a tont at
Witohita all night one night, and tho
noxt day turnod over to tho sheriff by
tho Ksnrjcrs. Ths woman escaped
from the sheriff and was afterward
rearrested in Austin, tried and ac
quitted. Her husband was never found
and tho woman, mother of tha girl
is in Waoo now, haviug beon summon
ed hore from San Antonio, whe re eho
A News reporter called at the jail
today and found Mrs. Woir
and her mother together. Thoy
at once began to beseooh
Tiifl News mas to publish nothing
Very little was gluaoed from the
prisoner, and tho reporter was com
pelled to rely upon other souroes for
what information is hero given.
It seems as though Mrs. Weir
has been an inmate of- a oonvent at
Austin, and her mother thought sho
was still under its protecting influ
ences. Sho was notified by telegram
of tho troublo her d-ughtor waB in,
and came up last night. She did
not know her daughtor was married,
and as sbo is under age there will
probably be some inquiry about her
manner of esoapo from tho oonvent
at Austin, and her marriage with
D ot delay. Get yon a plaoo for a
home. You can buy a lot in the
Kirkpatriok addition for what you
pond in lottery tickets young man.
Ono thousand peoplo can secure
homes in tho Kirkpatriok addition,
and at tho prices of these lots thero is
no ono so poor but ho can buy. They
win uo soiu on very oa9y terms.
Tho best restaurant in town, Joo
Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth
1 I Tiipn
HOUSE and SIGN
Interior Decorating and
Paper Hanging a Spe
cialty; Also Dealer in
Painters Supplies and
sixth sTuei:r"jfiSAit fra.xklix.
Negotiations Ponding Between the
Different Labor Organizations.
Thero was no train in last night on
the Aransas Pass for tho reason that
the Company do not run trains on
Sunday. Ever offort is being mado
now to sottlo the strike but with little
to iuspiro hopy. A committeo was
appointed by the labor meeting in
Houston, Saturday night left for Sun
Antonio jesterday evening and
are now in San Antonio They are:
James Archer of tho Older of Ilail
WHy Conduoiors, ohaiimm; Ed L.
Mrtgers of the Order ot Rti.way Tole
graphers, Henry Daniels of tho
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
Dan Moody of the Brotherhood of
Looomotivo Firemen, John Malono of
the Switchmun's mutual aid associa
tion, and T Williams, maohiuist, all
of the Southern Pucitio road. While
at tho depot, Chairman Archer stated
that tho mistdnu was ono of peaco.
They were anxious to seo this trouolo
settled and intended to work earnestly
to have it done From this stand
point he regarded it as suicidal for
them to do anything eUe.
Ti.e situation is gradually tending
toward that point whero either war or
peace must prevail. The railway
companies have notified their em
ployes that under tho law tho railroad
companies aro compelled to handlo
eaoh other's businoM and tho employes
havo notified tho companies that they
will not handlo the Stu Antonio and
Aransas Pasi supplies or freight.
Tho Intornaiional truffle manage
mpnt, yesterday, gave notification to
its employes thai they would be
r quired to handlo all freight without
distinction, and tho railway employes
are equally determined not to handle
supplies or freight for tho
Arancas Pass road. This determina
tion has been rcaohed at a Forics of
meetings held t vaiious places and
pledges to that effect havo been made
If this settlement is not reached the
t'e-up whioh will likely be the result
bids fair to outrival tho gcnoral strike
of some years ago.
Tho Thlra Geyser for the Waco
Water and Power
At about eirht o,olock Baturday
night, tho drill in tho well being
bored by the Waoo Wator and
Power company, struck the strong
flow and tho puro artesian water
Bushed up from 1821) feet below.
The wator is the same temperature
as all the othor wells in, and
about Waoo, and the volumo of water
is thought to bo greater than any
woll yet drilled hero as it comes from
an eight inch hole.
The water was turned into tho sys
tem yesterday and that company ser
ves nothing but pure artesian water to
I IP t
HIS TlrHt" Mile.
Cwnton, Mo., Jnn. 11. Phineas John
son of Henry county is 83 years old,
and Tuesday ho took his first rido
on a railroad train. Ho enmo into
Clinton to apply for a pension and would
havo filed his application long ago if ho
had not dreaded tho risk incident to a
rido on tho rnilroad curs, but hearing
that other loyalists would get all tho
money in tho treasury beforo ho mus
tered up courngo to make tho trip he
summoned all his fortitude, boarded tho
train and rodo into Clinton in safety.
Mr. Johnson said that ho witnessed tho
building of tho second railroad con
structed in tho United States, but that
ho has never had any desire or inclina
tion to rido on tho nowfangled things,
and that nothing less than tho hope of
getting a pension to remunerate him for
having fought and bled for his country
would havo tompted him to go on board
FORSY1HE & COREY.
FINE FURNISHING GOOD
J. II. SHOPE, tho CaBh Grocer,
will show you what ho is doing for
3 lb Tomatoes per doi $1 20
2 lb " " " r 00
a lb Perfcotion Corn por doz. . i 60
2 lb Fanoy Family Peas per doz 1 50
2 lb String Boans per dozen. . . 1 10
3 lb Standard Peaches per doz. 2 If)
2 lb " " " " 1 55
3 lb Aprioots per doz 2 15
3 lb Grapes per doz 2 05
3 lb Cherries " 2 G5
Fanoy Mixed Pioklcss per gal. 50
" small " " 40
" Kraut per lb 3
" Mincemeat, 12 lb 1 0U
First quality Flour per owt. ... 2 80
Sugar ou'ed Hams 10o
Granulated Sugar, 18 lb 1 00
Y. 0. Sugar, 19 1b 1 00
Brown Sugar, 20 lb 100
Grits, 35 lb 1 00
Head Rice, I4 lb 1 00
Evaporated Peaches, 8 lb.... 1 00
" Aprioots, 8 lb 1 00
Dried Blackberries, 13 1b 1 00
Fanoy Irish Potatoes, por b'ckt 25
Yellow Yam Sw't Potatoes, " 40
Red or white " " " 30
Fanoy Apples, per bucket .... 40
Navy Beans, 23 lb 100
Dried GrapeB,201b. 100
To my friends and customers: This
is only a small sketch of my 'low
cash prices. So call and look through
my stock of grocerios.
Every day is a spooial sale day.
J. H. SHOPE
205 South Third Stroot.
COME TO THE MEETING.
Letter From Judge Gerald to the
To the Democracy of McLennan County:
A meeting will bo held in Waoo
next Saturday to take steps to ascer
tain the will of the people in regard
to their choice for United States sen
ator, should an extra session bo
called. I hope that ovory Democrat
in the oounty who oan, will bo present.
It is asserted, and believed, that all
the opponents of Col. Mills will be
here, and it behooves his friends to be
hore aho. I, as your representative,
only ask that a full and fair expression
of the will of the party bo arrived at
and I will bow to tho will of the ma
jority. While it is woll-known that I
prefer Col. Mills to any other man
living, yet if I knew ho was not the
choice of a majority of my party, I
would surrender my choice, and oithcr
vote for the man who was tho choioo
of tho majority or resign my office.
G. B. Geiiald.
Waco, Texas, January 11, 1892.
Court convened this morning rather
late on aooount of tho ill heath of the
mayor, who, though suffering from
la grippe, attended to tho duties of
Precious Alexander. Martha Wil.
Hams and two of the soiled doves of
the town, who have given the oity
authorities much troublo, wero ar
raigned ihis morning upon the ohargo
of unlawfully going into a public
plaoeund using loud, boisterous and
vociferous language. When the
weather eyo of his honor rested upon
theso delcotablo damsels, ho know not
what to do. Assistant oity marshal
informed tho court that he had but
recently turned thorn out of tho cala
boose for tho reason that they
wero an expenso to tho oity in feeding
them, and that they woro paying up
their back indebtedness by weekly in
stallments. Tho mayor "thought, un
der all tho circumstances, that fines of
$1 eaoh would bo sufficient, and so
Georgo Crippin was arrested upon
tho complaint of 000 H, L. JoneB for
assault and battery, upon tho body
of affiant, and for rudley displaying a
pistol, tho samo being a deadly woap.
on. IIo pleaded guilty fo tho formor
ohargo and was fined $5, but had the
pistol cass continued till next Satur
day. The last case tried was that of Ada
Lowo for fighting in a public placo.
Sho was fined 85.
MY STORE 12 Lead Poncils for
fiv" cents at My Storo G25 Austin
We are prepared to make
loans on improved country or
city property at current iates.
Vendors' lieu notes extended
FORT, WILL1G & PATTON,
To the Lovers of Art In Photo
graphy. Having moved to my now gallorj,
over 701 and 703, Austin stroot, (tho
old Ilinobman Building), I am now
bettor prepared than over to givo the
people of Waoo tho finest Photos in
tho state. Tho beautiful "aristo" (so
highly endorsed by tho loading gal
crieB,) in all its beauty, at my studio.
1 will havo on exhibition for a few
days, an elegant oil portrait of Mrs.
Goo. Clark, by Mons. Do Gissao, whioh
has been framed in a very handsome
"Florentino" frame, making a portrait,
well worth a visit, to all, and moro
especially 10 tho tho ladies.
I will bo glad to woLome my old,
and many now oustomers. Don't for
got my now address, over 701 and 703,
The following property is offered
for sale without rcservo or limit as to
piico A man with some cash oan
make monoy and lots oi it, if ho will
go and investigato this offer. But do
lay is dangerous, the property iH
going to be sold.
10 lots, 8 houses, corner Fifth and
Speight streets; 1 house and barn on
South Fifth street, this will bo sold at
a sacrifice; a 9 aoro garden, 2 acres
in nsparagus, ono acre in fino fruit
and grapes, good improvements, on
South Twelfth street.
A G5 aore fruit farm, 40 aorcs in
fruit trees (bearing) also $20,000 two
year old nursery trees for sale.
Sandy loam soil threo and a half miles
from oitv, fino garden land. Call at
613 Austin avonuo for tho bargains.
Bargains at Cummins' 5 and 10 cu
A 1-2 gal. and pint oups 10
A 5 Hole mouse trap 10c
A deep pudding pan and spoon. lOo
A ooverod tea steoper 10c
A sooop dipper and funnel 10c
A wood spoon, fork and screw
3 Heavy glass sauoo dishss. . . . lOo
2 Thick, plain glass goblets.. lOo
3 8 inch tiu pio plates lOo
12 Tin tea spoons lOo
12 Sheets paper, envelopes and
Pen . 10c
12 slato pcncilsand 12 lead.... lOo
2 10 cent tablets for 10o
A covered glass sugar bowl. . . . lOo
A ooverod glafis butter dish .... lOo
At Cummins' 5 and lOo. storo, 703,
Austin avonuo, b:tweon Gth & 8th st.
Tho United States Dispensary Bays:
that "Onions are a stimulant, diurotio
and expectorant; thoy increase tho
appotito and dromote dijestion." The
juioo mado into syrup as in Dr. Gunn'a
Onion Syrup, has a specific notion on
the throat, lungs and air passages, it
not only cures coughs, colds, oroup
and consumption, but its stimulating
effect, strengthens nnc builds up tho
system afterward. As a tonio and
restor tivo it has no equal. Wo so
licit a trial in the mos chronio and
Btubborn cases. Price SOcts. Sold by
W. B. Morrison & Co.
Real Estate for Sale.
Tho Gerald houso on South Fifth
stroot, lot 115x216, two sory houso,
nine rooms, all modern conveniences.
Prico $0,500; will take a smaller
houso in part payment. Lot and a
half on North Eleventh street, bo
tween Barron and Morrow, east front.
Prico $700 a lot. Two lots corner
Twontieth and Webster, niooly ter
raoed. Prico $800. Lot and a half
fronting Sedwiok's houso on Clay
street; under fonoo. Prioo $750. Cor
nor lot on Ninth and Bagby; cast
front. Prico $500. Two lots corner
North Sixth and Tonnessee avenue.
O. A. Ricuaudson,
Lots in tho Kirkpatriok addition,
ohoap as dirt.