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City Cash Storo.
For a few day's only I will sell you
10 doz. eggs for $t 0a
20 lb granulated RUirar for $1.00.
22 lb brown sugar for $ 1 00.
Kice ripo banauna's at 15ots a dozen.
Sweet oranges at 25ats n dozen.
Spare rips fresh at loots per lb.
Vrccb salt water fish to arrivo every
Fresh vcgiitablcs evory morninir. Call
at O J Millkr'b for bargains, 717
Cheap Medium and Fine
Paper Hangings aiid Decor
ations, Window Glass, Vai
nislies etc. Sole agent for
J. W. John's celebrated
Asbestus Paints. Full line
of Colors, Brushes and every
thing kept in a first-class
Wall Paper and Paint Store.
C- F. SMITH.
404 Austin Street,
Tho Big Muddy lump is strictly
oold-weather coal. Telephone Egan
My Store Genuino mapla syrup
reduced from 40 to 25o. porquait
(Tho latest designs in ingrains
Thompson hangs them on common
walls with success.)
For the best and freshest bcof,pork
mutton, vcul, sparenbs, fish und
oysters io 10 Crippen corner Fifth
Our goods and our prices do our
advertising, we find it best in the
(E. E, Thompson has a low moro of
thoso damagod paints and wall paper
for sale at jour own mice)
Dookory and Co , Fire Insuranoo
Agents Provident Building. Best
companies and oloso ntion to in
tercsts of insurers.
Indies, we have just received fresh
stock of flowcrjjseeds.
W. L. Tucker,
"Lion Drug Storo.
When you want nico fresh meat
mutton beef, pork and purerlard go to
MeIjLOR & Delaney
125 South Third street.
Hotel Royal Bar.
Haydon & Hayden, proprietors.
Neat and quiot. Very finest wines
and liquors. Suporb lunch at 10.
Old iriends and customers as well
aow will meet a hearty weloomo.
5 Conts Each.
A two-hole mouse trap, 24 clothes
pins, a tin dipper, a big pressed pan,
1 lamp chimney, a covered bucket, a
tin funnel, 1 iron stand, a tin sooop, 1
dish mop. 2 pie plates, big box ticks,
a large grater, 2 boxes matohes, big
potato masher, a kitchen spoon, a
nutmeg grater, a stovo lifter, 1 pack
age good envelops, a box slate pencils,
a large tablet, 1 can opener, a wooden
spoon, a good tack lifter, 1 paper file,
1 padlook, a paint brush, 1 maohino
oil can, a bottle good machine oil, a
strong hitching ring, a pair hinges, 1
wire tea strainer.
CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE,
703 Austin avo., bet. Gth and 8th sts.
This is what you ought to have, in
fact, jou must havo it, to fully enjoy
life. TLousauds aro searching for it
daily, and mourn because they find it
not. Thousands upon thousands
of dollars aro spent annually by our
peoplo in tho hope that they may at
tain this boon. And yet it may bo
had by all. We guaranteo that Elec
trio Bitters, if used according to di
rections and tho use persisted in, will
bring you Good Digestion and oust tho
demon Dyi.peptiaand install Rupepsy.
0 recommend lCleetric Bitters for
V)iFpepsta and all diseases of Liver,
Stomaoh ,and Kidneys. ' Sold at 50c.
and $1 per bottlo by W. B. Morrison
& Co., Drugg'sts.
The Popular Grocers,
505 Austin Avenue
(IORDIALLY INVITE tho general
publto to civo them a call Thoy
f Htrivo to please both in quality of
good- and in low prioes. They oiler
u pretty specialty this week inShepp'b
In one pound paekages. Every
l.ousckoi per should try it. Tliey
also offer to smokers tho iudisputable
atifl inooiictHbl best
5 CENT CIGAR
in tho city of Waco, besides hundreds
of other choice goods. Pleabo give
us a call.
005 Austin Avt'iiuo.
1. Return to method of ''pay as
you go "
2 No bonds sold for less than par
3. Contractors to comply with tpe-
cifioation in tho contract.
4 No prostituted allowed outside of
the reserva ion.
5 No saloon allowed in the reserva
tion. G Taxes and expenses to bo re
duced to the lowest limit consistent
wi h prudent administration and good
credit of tho city
7. The Charter declare : "The
Mayor of the oity shall be tho chief
executive offioer of 6aid corporation,
and shall bo vigilant and active at all
titflps in causing the lw and ordi
nauces to be duly executed. Ho shall
inspect tbo conduct of all subordinate
offioerr, and as far as it my bo in his
powor shall eaus all negligence, care
leesnops andj violation of duty to bo
8. No money to be spent in eleo
tions tooorrupt voters, either di'cotlj
9. Oath "I furthermore solemnly
swear that I havo not directly or indi
reotly paid, offorstd or promised topat ,
contributed nor promised to contribute
any money or valuable thing, or prom
isod any public offioo or employment
as a reward for giving or withholding
a voto at tho eleotion," etc.
10. Tho Mayor to givo strict per
sonal attention to detail of business,
as a prudent and thrifty man to hit
own affairs. John 0. West.
Mp. Z. F. Beasley.
This gentleman announces in
this issue of The News for re
election to the office of district
clerk. Mr. Beasley has held the
office several terms and it can be
truthfully said that no more
prompt or accommodating officer
can be found in Texas than Mr.
Beasley. He is always at his
post and ready to do his duty.
He asks for no better recommen
dation than a record of faithful
service and upon that he goes be
fore his constituants and asks for
a continuance of the same, promi
sing that in the future as in the
past, duty shall be his watch
!tsR " V I J 4 nrw R? "V lllKiw 9
WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 1 1832.
J. - vSrlflFS
Justice J. N. Gallagher called
his docket yesterday and set the
cases for trial during the term
commencing this morning.
Judgements by default were
taken in the following cases:
W. W. Slanter vs. D. C. Jones
et al; Valentine & Co., vs. J. G.
Franklin; Dan Ford vs. Pepple &
Delaney; Henry Phillips vs. R. T,
Lester; W. S. Blackshear vs. J. P
Angell; Mr. E. Kerr vs. Chas.
Fortrand; A. J. Hall vs. L. J.
Drucke; A. B. Trceman vs. H. B.
Cohen, in two cases; R. W. Park
vs. Josie Bennett.
The following cases were dis
missed: Chas. Fortrand vs. H. V. Tur
ner; H. Wirt Brown vs. Orand
Bros.; Jas. Pitman vs. Tom Pad
gitt; E. Strauss vs. J. E. Allison;
C. A. Torrence vs. Honey Van;
C. A. Torrence vs. City of Waco,
garnishee; Waco Medicine Com
pany vs. S. R. Buchanan; H. E.
Bennett vs. R. H. Hill; S
White vs Connelly; N.
Kirkpatrick vs. O'Donnell
1 m 1
. A WEAK-MINDED GIRL
In Illinois Taken Front I'rlcmls by Tito
Lewiston, 111., March 1. The great
est oxcitemrn.t provails in this vicinity
over a terrible outrage perpetrated upon
a pauiier girl named Lizzie Powers.
Supervisor A. J. Horton was summoned
to Woodland to investigate tho girl's
condition. Ho found her alone in a
miserable hut suffering from convnl
sions. Slio is a mental and physical
Tho facts connected with tho affair
nro as follows: Last fall Zeko Grissom
and his brother of this township visited
their parents, who nro paupers in tho
Rushvillo jail. On leaving there they
enticed Lizzie, a simple, silly, helpless
girl and pauper, to go with them under
promiso of one of them that ho would
marry her. Tho trio walked to Sugar
Creek that night and stayed soveral days
with a brother-in-law of tho boys. Then
they rented an old shanty from old Mr.
Noles and moved in. Zeko Grissom gave
out tho impression to tho noighbora that
tho girl was his wife, but tho poor crea
turo says they wore nover married. She
says she has been a prisoner in tho hovel
for soveral months, and that Grissom
and his brother havo assaulted her at
their pleasure. Sho is nearly a maniac.
Tho men deserted her about a week
ago and she has been in tho cabin nlono
nntil today. Men aro on tho track of
tho villains, and if caught thoy will bo
Washington, March 1. Negotiations
between tho United States and Great
Britain looking to tho submission to ar
bitration of tho long-ponding contro
versy between tho two countries in re
gard to the Behring sea beal fisheries
reachod a favorable conclusion.
Thnlr I.mt Ilojie Oono.
Washington, March 1. Tno snpremo
court of the United States extinguished
tho last hope of tho two imprisoned an
archists by afthming tho decision of tho
supreme court of Illinois and the circuit
court of tho United States in tho cases
of Samuel Felden and Michael Schwab
vs. tho warden of tho Joilet penitentiary.
IIIU llus Accepted.
Jackson, Miss., March 1. Senatoi
David B. Hill of Now York lias accepted
tho invitation tendered homo timo ago
by tho houso of representatives to ad
dress the legislature of Mississippi. The
date is named as March 15.
Future apd GarpetSs
I1'S IMJMCE) 10 WONDBR
WHEN FINE FURNITURE can be bough- at a lower price thaa
was formerly asked for common. We are displaying a splendid line
of PARLOR SUITS, elegant in designs of oriental luxury in uphol
stery; BEDROOM SETS, adapted in style and size to homes of any
dimensions; DINING ROOM OUTFITS, plain, medium and elabor
ate all fashionable material, new patterns and elegant finish.
We have an elegant stock of the prettiest patterns of CARPETS
ever shown in Waco, at prices never before known here.
R.T. DENNIS &BRO. - 518 AUSTIN ST
THE FIRE INQUEST.
D. Uomnau Undor Arrest Upon the
Charge of Arson.
In tho firo inquest cise, which hsa
ecoupicd nearly two days of the val
uable time of Jubtioo J. N. (jrallagher
and whioh was oonductcd with closed
doors, terminated at noon today with
the following result :
Wo, tho jury, find from tho evi
dence that the storo houso owned bv
J. S, Wagnon, and occupied by D.
Dtmn au & Bro., on Austin Avenue,
Waco, Texas, wae, on tho morning of
February 25th, about 4 o'clock, un
lawfully sot on firo by D. Domnau, and
wo find tho fire originated in tho roar
part of tho building near tho stair
way, on tho first floor.
S 13 Walters.
W. T. McUhaiiy.
Immediately upon tho return of this
verdict a warrant was issued by Jus
tice Gallagher for tho arrest of D.
Domnau, charged with arson, lie was
arrested by Officers Harry Crowder
and J. W. Brightwell and brought
beforo iho justice, whero ho read ovor
the warrant and verdict oarefully and
remarked that ho was ablo to give
bond whether $50,000 or $100,000
As wo go to press Mr, Domnau is in
consultation wilh hiB attorneys, Messrs
Baker & Piondergxst, and it is suppos
ed he will mxkc bond either for his
appearanco at the next term of the
district court or pendiug examining
Tho Stato was represented by Major
Charles B. Pcirrein conducting tho
inquest, and it is said that while the
evidence is voluminous and sufficient
upon which to base tho charge it is
not of a very damaging character.
Mr. Tom H. Brown.
Mr. Tom Brown, the genial, af
fable deputy county clerk, an
nounces in this issue of The
News as a candidate for county
clerk. Mr. Brown is well known
all over the county, having served
as deputy clerk for several years
upon whom devolved the duty of
waiting upon the county and
commissioner's courts, and no one
can change him with dereliction of
duty in any respect. On the
contrary Tom Brown has been
singularly attentive to the de
partment over which he presides
and is an invaluable assistant to
any one hunting up records of
the courts whether they be 01
recent date or dingy with age.
Possessed of legal knowledge
sufficient to enable him to pass
upon the validity of any instru
ment filed for record Mr. Brown
can be of great service to his con
stituants and his disposition is
such that no effort of his to ren
der aid In such matters would be
spared. It is natural with him to
be clever and accommodating
and if elected he will naturally
fill the position with satisfaction.
I L WINANS
Watch, Clock, and Jewelry
Plain and Artistic Engraving.
620 Austin Avenue
itvr if you no
(pRINK AT ED HATTON'S
PACIFIC BAR, where
nothing but absolutely Pure Liq
uors and Finest of Wines arc
offered customers. A full stock
Spanish Hand-made Cigars.
Transfers or Real Estato.
Reported by tho Waoo Abstract and
Investment Company, Iljom 17 Prov
idont Building, Waco, Texas.
W II Ornun to W II and S Mitch,
oil, lot block 1 and 2, Morrow survoy,
F A Griffin to Adam Taylor, tract
La Vega grant $175.
City ol Waoo to II Mitsohnor, lot
24, block 6 Oakwood, $25.
J I Moore (0 L B Duval, half in
terest in lot 7, block 5, EdgeGold,
Total Fob. 29, 1892, $770.
Extras for Buggies.
Carriago and buggy tops, carriage
and buggy wheole, buugy bodieH, oush
iens, lazy bucks, oprings, fith wheols,
shaft shackles, proof rents, proof
joints, hoots, &tom opronB, shaft tops,
single trees,' shafts in pairs or odd,
poles, brodbt yokes,polo circles, dashes,
dash rails, seat handles, etc., oart
wheels and springs, at
T. P. Siarks & Son's.
Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved.
From a loiter written by Mrs. Ada
13. Hurd of Groton, 8. I) , we quoto :
"Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my Lungs, cough set in and.
filially terminated in Consumption.
Four doctors gavo mo up saying I oould
live but a short timo. 1 gavo myself
up to my Saviour, determined if 1
could not stay with my friends on
earth, I would meet my absent ones
above. My husband was advised to
get Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. 1
gavo it a trial, took in all eight bottles;
it has ourcd mo and thank God I am
now a well and hearty woman." Trial
bottles free at W. B. Morrison & Co'n
Drug Storo, rogulur size, fiOo. and $1.
The Missouri, Kansas end Texas
will sell exourtiou tickets to Austin
during tho Republican convention;
to Dallas dining the convention of tho
13pworth Lcagto, and to Fort Worth,
during the culthmon's convention.