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Cliy Cash Storo.
For a few day's only I will sell you
20 lb granulated sugar for $l.UU,
22 lb brown sugar for $1 00.
JJice ripo hantuna's at 15ots a dozon.
Sweet orangca at 25ots a dozen.
Spare rips fresh at lOots porlb.
Fresh salt vvutor fish to arrivo evory
Frosh vogotabloa evory mominsr. Call
at 0. J. MltiLEtt's for bargains, Tlj
G. f . S
aints f Oils,
iwiH i -rniVr-T-t"J-T
404 Austin Street,
Buy Egan's "Blaok Diamonds."
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
mything you want at any hour at Jog
Egan's blaok diamonds" will soon
give way to "coal comfort," try him
ere it is too late.
Uuy Egan's Big Muddy Lump coal.
For the best and freshest bcef,pork
mutton, veal, spareribs, fish and
oystors o to Crippon corner Fifth
Dookory & Co., Assur.itnio Agents
ropresent first rlass oompntnes only.
Every attontion paid to placing risks.
Givo us a call at our now quarters in
tho Provident building.
The Iron Front.
Thi3 popular resort whioh was clos
ed yesterday for repairs will bo open
as usual today at 7 p. in., with grand
ITand made shoos aro boing sold at
about ono-half prico by the St. Louis
Shoe Store, corner Sixth and Austin.
See tho advertisement olsewhoro in
this evening's News.
A Husbands Mistake.
Husbands too often permit wives,
and parents their children, to sudor
from he.idauhe, dizziness, neuralgia,
sleeplessness, fits, norvousness, when
by tho use of Dr. Miles' Restorativo
Nervine suoh serious results oould
easily be prevented Druggists every
where say it gives universal satisfao
tion, and has an immense salo. Wood
worth & Co,, of Fort Wayne, Ind.;
now & Co., of Syraouso, N. Y.; J. 0.
Wolf, Hillsdale, Mioh.; and hundreds
of others say "it is the groatest seller
they ever knew," It contains no
opiates. Trial bottlo and free book
on Nervous Diseases, froo at H. 0.
lUsher & Co.
The Lost is Found.
Mr. A. Kir; cheer found a littlo Jew
ish boy 5-ycars old at noon to-day
who had strayed off from homo and
was lost. Ho oould spoak no English
and the Hebrew spoken by him was
of a dialoot unknown to Mr. K.
The kind gentleman took tho hun
gry littlo fellow to his homo near-by
and gave him a good dinner, and then
taking him in his buggy started out to
find where ho lived. Ho was taken to
First and the place whore ho lives by
signs pointed out. His father, who
in a ohicken peddler, was glad to seo
Ins boy, but when informed that his
son had ooten at tho tiblo of Mr.
'Cirsohner he buoamo very much ex
cited through fear that he had par
taken of hog meal, and forthwith pro
ceeded to ro-baptise him to purgo him
of the sin.
The Fifth Ward.
Tho voters af the Fifth ward aro
invited to meet tho Young Men's lto
form olub at tho East Sido Firo sta
tion hall, on Monday ovenine, Maroh
7th, for the purpose of a nominatinn
for aldcmau from that ward. Oomo
out and jjin tho olub and lot us have
a good meeting. W. A Kirk,
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The Popular Grocers,
505 Austin Avonuo
tJORDTALLY INVITE the general
. publio to give thom a oall. They
' strivo to pleaso both in quality of
goods and in low prices. Thoy offer
a pretty specialty this weekinShepp's
In one pound paokagos. Every
housekeeper should try it. They
also offer to smokers the indisputable
and incontestable best,
5 CENT CIGAR
in the city of Waco, besides hundreds
of other ohoioo goods, Pleaso givo
us a call.
505 Austin Avonuo.
NEW VEHICLE HOUSE.
Fine Goods and Rare Bargains to
One of the events of Austin streot
last week was the opening of a now
oarriago house at 513 by the Wright
Carriage Company. Tho now firm
whioh opens up for tho sale of car
riages, buggies, phaotons, spring wag
ons, carts, oto., oto., oto., is a very
strong one and oomposod of mcu born
and bred among vehiolcs, and thor,
ough experts in tho business. It is
said to bo very strong financially and
to buy for spot cash and they aro thus
ablo to furnish any mako of buggy,
phaeton, cart, wagon or carriage in
the United States, and also to sell at
prioes whioh will make buyers of all
who visit them with tho purpoFe of
purchasing a vohiclo somowaero. Tho
new storo is centrally located with a
very fine stock of all sorts of vehicles.
all of new stylos and tine makes and
tho stook is being added to daily and
when oompleto will bo one of tho
finest in tho State. The company
oinsists of Capt. T. M. Wright, presi
dont, a gentloman twenty-two years
in the business in Texas, and who is
acquainted with more peoplo in the
State by name and porson than any
other business man. H enjoys a lino
reputation all over tho State. Asso
ciated with him aro Mr. "W. J. Dur
ham, vice-president, and Mr. L A
Langloy, seorotary, two gentlemen
who are thorough experts in tho busi
ness and who oount their fnends by
legion in Waoo. The new house is
destinod to do a rattling trado.
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A Sad Accident.
Mr. Hnodgrass, a breakomnn on the
Saa Antonio and Aransas Pass rail
road, while at ltookdalo, had tho mis
fortune to have his right foot runover
and terribly mashed. He was brought
to this oity la-it evening on tho G
o'olook train whero ho was met by Di.
Sholton, one of the physicians of tho
company, who dreased the wound. Ho
is resting easy today. Tho doctor
fears, however, that amputation may
Drs. Wilkes "& WUkcs and Dr. J.
It, Forroll havo fitted up a suite 0
rooms in tho new Provident building,
second floor, where thoy may bo found
in future Telephone at offioe and
residences. Slates at Old Corner Drug
Indian Territory coal.
WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 5M892.
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WHAT H COST.
Expenditures, for the Month
February In the City of Waco.
ray roll taachen &!97G4o
Fay tol junitora....
ItrooVfi and Wnllaca printing.. .
Wro S nltaty 0 , removals . ...
Kike I & HreiuteiH Imrdwure ....
liar' 'eon Bros., hardware
w. K. V uk s& Co.,brooni
Prultt it lirazletuu iilumblur....
, H147 18
C0NTIKOEHT CUUltENT I0NI).
M's. T. NMIor sextoneye 1st Btreet cem
etery S looo
n. Falknberg dtaulni; plt 5ou
MhUoiihI 1'ark Bant bi.nd box rott . . fioo
Waco fct no Hank oxch .mo . . .. 9175
News Printline c'.i.; it mlng 312U
8. U. Humphreys tax asuextur on ac
count.... Con 00
Ktllner Frlntlu; Co., piloting loo
A. V Jlor-lloid wlnaluK tow r clojk... s oo
Geortiu Levy whisk j for rlsoner loo
llorlullt Cnin.-ion liaidwuro 5 3)
Cbas Drula JlDvblt to piUuncr Goo
Hartley & liarlo on prlutl'ig 225
0. W. Davli cirrlaco h ro 7fo
Wlnfiey&IIlllca rlage biro 125o
J.TUokbo t haullncctrcnw 2 ii
Brooke & Wallace priming 22 oo
CITY IIOariTAL FUSD.
I expeneo nccount Watson . t 120 8')
mton it Co , me'llclne
Cn , tolupbune.
uollWator Co . water....
flTBKET DKl'ARTSIENT FUND.
Pay .oil street punt ttiOOoo
Mia Wurrtn feed prieoncrs yln5
Jn McQhee 1 ry. 75 oo
Gutint Krns. comtnt 11 '2.5
T. It. I'ennettbrick I0811
E T. Itueso LlieltSk ltblnp UoS
T. M Blerpor A- Co., feud fortenma.... 7al0
V. 0. Junes 21 D rurglcal attention l"o
Jlui Cruwder taruobs 3oo5
TTAC1IEES CITT HALL.
C. O. McCulloch aulury $12ico
Juo FlU t.
II Y Joulonowskl,.
J II. Co'dvrell
Geo. Wllllir 2oou
J.li. Iiilor 2ooo
W U Lacy., 23oo
.,M. Gribble 2ooo
J. F. IiilnUcrboir. 2ooo
W. K Ilawklua 2oio
Jno C. Wpst 2ooo
J. T ll-tborl 2ooo
A. Payne 2ooo
KIQK UKrAHTMEKT FUND.
Monthlv. allowance .lOooo
L, W. IllrmlugUum lalntlng 11 2o
- TotaliTrr 5101120
Alf CNell salary $ loo 00
A. II. Knott 75 00
J. P, IUrdwlolc 75oo
S. N. Hall 75oo
A, Moore (Ooo
J.S.IIall CO 00
R.V.'l. Block . (Kino
rM. f. Waddfll CO00
J. F. copelana 6000
Robert Summers cuoo
0. W. West GO 00
W. T. llrlggs 6O00
It. T lllgjln 6O00
JobuD.Kendrlck GO 00
J. II. Hopson COijO
K, Mnoro Woo
J. 1". UleSBlnRton Moo
Total 11215 00
Stephen Turner ealarj IISO00
W. II, Hnnnlciitt 7ooo
Thoa Clark 59 00
Albeit Hneail 50 00
4 LIGHT FUND.
Monthly lights 7H7o
2ND SKBIEf SEWEHBOND FUND.
R. C. Storrleeet. onJefforiont.tewor (2o75 2o
Bell WatirCompany teworconnectloa.. 21 fo
Pialttaud llrazelton plumbing Bo
Total , 21oo9o
8THEKT IlirilOVEUENT BOND SDNO
A.Oclttndor estKim etroet U2il 52
' Uliy street SJiOJlt
LaoIedeFlreBrlpkJlTg Co., pipe 231 oS
M.K A T. Ity. Co.. 1'rt 217 45
" " ' " 2U32o
Lowls A. Kaile drayage 2000
2ND 8EHIE8rUNDIN0 110ND runo.
Note and luttreit Waahlngton street
engine house 1129702
2ND HEME BT. IWrBOVIHCNTEOND s'N'NO TVHO.
Semi annual Interest $23oooo
CONTIHUEKT COBBENT FUND.
Mayora trip to New York J33o8o
Joniy Jonks, City Socio" ary.
S (ja 3-to 3vdutttoa fur
.Taunt, tif ntlcuien and Soya.
Superior Hygiene, Salt
BaUit, Cm, Xlectrio Urtt
SU mH , lditmillUHr
i.i-, Mirn srmsus.ao.
FWPiture and Carpets.
WHEN FINE FURNITURE can be bought at a lower price than
was formcrlv 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.
Wc 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
Judge Hardy for County Utorney.
With this issuo wo nnniunoe Judgo
D. H. Hardy as a candidate) for coun
ty attorney of MoLennan county.
Judge Hardy was raised in lexas and
has beon engaged actively in the prao
tico of law for thirteen 3 cars. IIo is
well known in McLennan county as a
lawyor, a thinker, a rcasoner and an
orator. The special requisite of a
competent prosecuting attornoy or
ability as a lawyer and ability as u
Epeakoi : He, admirably combines
both of these qualities. Tho pooplo of
this county hive hoard him on tho
fitump as well ns in tho court house.
Wlionovcr tho public issues of tho
day have demanded expression of de
cided opinion, Judge Ilaidy
bas boldly oomo to tho front
and nn tho stump has
jjiven his convlotions with tellinc elo
quence and logio but notably without
acrimony or bitterness to anyone hold
incr opposite views. At tho January
term 1892 of the oounty court Judge
W. H. Jenkins being down with In
grippo tho attorneys of Waco, in
obedionoe to tho state law, asscm
bled in tho court house and, after a
spirited contest between him and
other distinguished lawyers for the
honor, eleotod Judge Hardy special
judge to hold the court duting Judgo
Jenkins' illness, lie made a remark
able record. He tried tho whole oivil
jury docket, in whioh judgments wort'
rendered for plaintiffs and for defend
ants: Nob a solitary caso tried before
htm was appaaled At the oloto oi
his duties as special judge ho received
the unqualified commendation and
oompliments of lawyers, litigants.
jurors, witnuscs, oihoers of the oourt
and of all who appeared in his court
while ho was on the be 11 oh Tho
goneral approral of Lis brief adrainis
tration went so far as to develop into
numerous solicitations to him to be
como a candidate for county judgo.
Ho whs then, however, praotioally a
candidate for county attorney, bo
lioving himself, that his abilities lay
more in tho lino of prosecuting at
tornoy than as judgo. That bo will'
m,ake an ablo and vigorous prose. out
ing offioor needs not to bo told nt
goes without saying.
To Lawyers and tholr Cllonts.
Gkntlmen Tho Hon L W. Good
rioh will conveno dibtriot oourt on
Monday tho 7th; wo, therefore, beg to
oall your attention to our busincsfc
which wo havo established for exami
nation of books, auditing accounts,
adjusting partnership interests, giv
ing a clear and comprehesivo state
ment of tho business of a oompany or
corporation, upon whioh settlements
can bo inado and individual interests
determined. Wo can savo you timo,
labor and oxpenso in proparing your
books and papers, for a correct show
ing of your business in oases of liti
gation. Tendering our services witli a
guarantee of prompt, and satisfactory
work, aro very truly,
Piokktt & DitaijLny,
Room 48, Provident Building.
Ladies, we have just recoived fresh
stook of flower seeds.
W L, TuoiCEit,
"Lion Drug 8toro.
Watch, Clock and Jewelry
R ) JK X &L ING.
Plain and Artistic Engraving.
620 Austin Avonuo,
A Big Fight
On Austin street in prioes of ohoap
Strictly For Cash.
No doviation from this rulo under
under any ciroumstanaos,
18 pounds granulated sugar $1; Slba
green ooffoo $1, 4 paokages ooffeo 9O0.
1 doz. 300 matches for 25 3., Star to
baooo 45o., Tinsloy N. L. tobaooo 55o.
Best pat. flour $1.40, meal 55o., 26
bars good laundry soap 81.
2lb. tomatoes 95c. per doz., 31b. to
matoes $1 30 por doz., 231bs beans $1.
-Beet uncfinvHbBcd hams lie, bran
$1 per hundred.
Many other articles too numorous to
mention but all goodB in my ftoro at
prices in proportion. Ilomombor mo
and bring vour cash and savo niouoy.
' J. T. CHAMBERS,
611 Austin streot.
By virtuo of tho authority vested in
me by law, I hereby order an eleotion
to bo held in tho city of Waco on tho
first Tuesday in April, tho 6th day
thereof I8g2 for tho eleotion of a
mayor and also one aldciman to rnpro
ent each ward in tho city of Waco,
Eleotion to bo held at tho following
First ward at the city hall, presiding
offioor, Jo Tnrbett.
Second ward at West End Firo sta
tion, presiding offioor, JaB. N. Harris.
Third wurdat Storo Eugm blook on
Eighth street between Mary and
Franklin streets, prosiding offiocr,
Fourth ward, at Central Fire station,
presiding officer, W. W. Bogcoss.
Fifth WHrd at East Waco Firo sta
tion, presiding officor, W. D. Wallace.
(Attested) C 0. MoCou.ooir,
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Sleoper, Clifton & Co. havo added a
ropairing department iu connection
with their shoe store. All repairing
of boots and shoes noatly done.
Oharges reasonable; Leave your
shoes to bo halfsoled at Sleeper, Clif
ton & Coh "oorner of Fourth and
u a 1
Threo horsep, one len-borso power
engino and boiler and a lot of shelving
and atom fixtures. Cheap utid on
good terms. Mooke Bnos.
Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full
eett of upper or lower tcoth, $12.50.
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