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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 5 1892.
Tolephone or call at 0. J. Miller's
for fresh strawborrics, bnnannas,
Florida orat gca, California oranges;
for vegetables, such as asparagus,
oaulaflowcr, celery, ripo tomatocH,
beets, carrotB, turnips, radishos, greens
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by the thousand at Horz Bros. Thoy
get tho very finest copies of all the
now works wet from tho press.
from all parts of the United States are
receivod on first trains and opened
fivo minutos aftrr the trains pass
All tho popular weekly story papers
of the United States on hand r.t
earliest moment of arrival.
of Fashion, Literature and Art of the
United States and Europe at.
A. J. HERZ & BRO.,
Don't bo Deceived.
I am still holding down Standard
Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for one
Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh
Soups, 3 pound oans, DO cents eaoh .
Star Tobacoo 40 cents per pound. Low
prices on everything. Call and soo
Joe S. Thompson,
Proof against cold winds and hot
sunshine for the complexion. It has
already booomo quite popular with
tho ladies, as also with gontloniou to
use after shaving whon troublod with
Toughness and breaking out. Prioc 2$
and 50 oents por bottle. Prepared
only by tho Lion Drug Store, by
W. L. Tociceu.
On and after Maroh 1. 1892, I will
sell for cash. My terms will be from
10 to 20 per cont cheaper on every
thing excopt lard. Prompt delivery
as heretofore Try mo for cash,
J. C. Staffokd.
Corner market G01 Franklin st.
Are tho popular grocers,
Always new and fresh goods.
Every delicacy of the season in
All the fine A 1 goods,
Best of everything is their motto.
Lowest possible prices.
Polite attention and prompt delive
ry is the style.
Of Gribblo Bros., Grocers, 505
ALL OVEK TOWN.
To the Subscribers of the Substdj
Fund of the San Antonio and
Aransas Pass Railway.
The notes given by the citizens of
Waco to secure the building of the
above named road into Waco have
been turned over to the road by J. W.
Mann, the trustee for the subscribers
to said notes. The conditions named
in said notes have been complied with
by the road, and therefore the whole
amount of the notes are due. The
receivers of the ban Antonio and
Aransas Pass railway have placed the
notes in my hands for collection. All
persons, therefore who have such notes
outstanding will please call at my
office in the Pacific hotel building and
settle up. James I. Moore.
Placo your polioies with Dockerj &
Co. Best of companies.
"H"-fi I "rf" 5 C3 Business 3 Shoes
A A JIM. & & inako work easior.
Latimer has a walk-over for slder
man of the Fifth ward.
The Triple Alliance well meet to
night at the Waverly hotel.
Mr. James A. Harrison is the
happy father of a bounoing boy.
Our base ball news was crowded
out of yesterdays issue but will be
interesting matter today.
The Waco Academy of Medicine
meets tonight at 8 o'clock at Dr. Fos
cue's office. The subject of discus
sion is "Abscess of Liver."
Bill Poago and Geo. Willig the two
oandidatcs for alderman of the First
ward, have agreed to go fishing
tomorrow. One is sure to have to go
and the other goes to bear him ploas
Mrs. It. 11. Jones v?ill act as the
Waco representative of tho "Gulf
Messenger" and will solicit subscrip
tions and business tor tho Magazines.
Any courtesies shown her will be
appreoiated by tho publishers,
Car 21 of tho University Belt was
derailed on Fourth street near Austin
aboui 10 o'clock this morning and the
line was blocked for nearly a half hour
Such accidents do not occur often and
the passengers were very patient.
Cars number 21 and 28 of the Citi
zens' Street Hallway Co., jumped tho
track this morning on South Fourth
street, car number 20 canic along and
suooeeded in pulling ono of the de
railed cars on, but in getting the other
on the traok No. 20 had a box
burned out and was completely disabled.
A team hitched to a milkwagon ran
away on Fourth street early this morn
ing and ran into the sidewalk in front
of the Woman's Exchange. The post
supporting the gallery overhead were
jurked down and a section of the gal
lery had to be removed.
About twenty-fivo members of Pat
Cleburno Camp, ex-Cotifodorato vet-
rerans, left this aftornoon by way of
Missouri KansaB and Texas railway
for Dallas whoro thoy will take tho
Texas Pacilio for New Orleans to at
tend the national ro-union.
There was a small fire on North
Sixth street yesterday afternoon. The
kitchen of Simon Williams at number
1013 caught fire but was extinguished
by the neighbors. A News reporter
tried to turn 011 an alarm from box
14 but the box was not in the business
that day, so the firemen were not disturbed.
Gurley & Ross vs Waco State Bank
is the style of a case on trial today in
the district court. This is a euit for
damages claimed for thesaloof mules,
scrapers and other property belonging
to the Gulf, Brazos Valley and Pacific
Railway company which was sola mv
der execution issued out of said dis
trict court to satisfy a judgment
against O. W. White, president of said
railroad in which plaintiffs claim to be
The Gabert Bros.
It is worth while for any one who
wears clothes to refrain from purchas
ing until he has taken a good look at
tho fine stock of tho Gabert Bros.,
11G South Fourth street. Thoy are
tho leading tailors with tho largest
and finest stock of goods ever brought
to Waco. Thay carry all tho now and
nobby style of tho spring of '92
with such deversity that no ono can
fail in finding goods to suit his own
particular fancy. When it comes to
cutting and fitting the Gaboit Broth
ers are artists in every senso of tho
word with tho most skillful workmen
that can be procured. Thoy givo per
fect fits and somehow their clothes
have a look about them that only tho
work of artists can produce. Give
them a call and look over their big
(ino stook before ordering a suit and
you will have no reason to regret any
order you may favor them with.
EVERY OME GOES lA'TO EXTACIES s,-
Who comes to our Store and catches a glimpse of our
Elegant - Furniture and Beautiful Carpets,
and no wonder, for wc have the latest and the most stylish designs in
every piece of
We have OAK SETS in every shade from the 16th Century to
the lightest modern; the finest of Cherry finish, and the newest pat
terns of Birds Eye and White Maple. Most elaborate and massive
designs in Parlor and Bed Room Suits, and the very latest achieve
ments in upholstery are embraced in our Stock.
R.T. DENNIS & BRO.
518 AUSTIN ST
Ring up telephone 250 and ono of
tho Artesian Steam Laundry's beauti
ful wagons will call for your wash
and return it soon, clean as orystal,,
white as snow and smooth as ivory.
All kinds of California wine, the
very best quality, at
J. A. Early's.
Buy Egan's Blaoksmith ooal.
A Hog? Speaking.
Ross, Tex., April 4 On last
Saturday niiht there was speaking
horo and after tho debate closed a
close canvass of tho house showed 1G
for Hogg and 6 for Clark.
PJaoo your polioies with Dookery &
Co. Best of companies.
Buy Egan's Athraolte coal.
Used to Millions of Homes-io Years the Standard
A Grand Now Saloon.
Will bo opened on AuBtin street to
morrow with fine freo lunch morning
and night. Tho public invited.
Ono of tho events on Austin street
tomorrow will be tho formal opening
of tho new saloon so much talked
about. Tho Cosmas, No. 515, Austin
stree, W. E. Armstrong, proprietor.
The building has beon closed lor a
long time during which it was being
fitted up and tho opou doors tomorrow
wi'l show an establishment most credi
table to Austin street and Waco. No
oxpenso has been spared to inako it
the equal ot any in oleganco ana
comfort. The furnituro is by the cele
brated makers Brunswick, Balko and
Callender Co.. ot Dallas and its the
chef d'onvre oi tho fine work they
have done in loxas. T.ho entire
furniture is on a massive scale
of solid walnut in hard oil finish aad
in design is novel and beautiful bo
yond description. It will compare
if not surpass any similar furnituro in
tho state. The now saloon will bo
one of tho most delightful places in
tho city, gorgeously lighted, thorough
ly ventilated and tho patrons will be
served with the finest wines and
liquors whioh monoy can purohaso,,
while tho faot that tho genial Mr. Tom
Nason will be the presiding genuis be
hind tho bar is a guarantee that the
taste of patrons will bo well cared for.
No pains will be spared to desorvo
the extonsivo patronago whioh tho
Cosmas will secure. Duting tomor
row, the opening day, a bountiful free
lunch will bo spread to which tho
publio aro ail 1 cartily and oordially
invited. Dn not forget the opening,
The headquarters for diamonds
watches, docks, jewelry and all sorts
Tho headquarters for fancy articles
and artioles of virtu.
The hoadquarters for fine and deli
cate watoh repairing is at
M. Ij. Winan's, tho popular jowelor,
520, Austin street,
A Big Fight
On 'Austin street in prices of ohcap
Strictly For Cash.
No deviation from this rulo undor
undor any oircutnstanoos,
18 pounds granulated sugar $1; 5lbs
green ooffue $1,4 packages coffee 9O0.
1 doz. .100 matches for 25$., Star to
baoco 4fo., Tinsloy N. L. tobacco 55o.
Best pat. Hour $1.40, meal 550., 25
bars good laundry soap $1,
21b. tomatoes 95c. per doz., 31b. to
matoes $1.30 per doz., 231bs beans $1.
Best unoanvasscd hams Ho., bran
$1 per hundred.
Many other artioles too numorous to
mention but all goods in my etoro at
prices in proportion. Romombor mo
and bring vour cash and pavo mouoy.
J. T. CHAMBERS,
Gil Austin stroot.
A GOOD SHOWING.
Amount of Taxos Collocted for tho
Fiscal Year Just passed.
City Tax Assessor and Collector
Ilumphroys has just finished his quar
terly report for tho lust quarter ot the
fiscal year whioh ended March 31.
According to tho report tho total
amount of taxes collected for tho year
is $112,910.10. The total reported
at the samo time last yoar was f?7,
1)52.14 which shows a gain of $31,
997.02 for yoar just onding or an in
oreaso of over one-third. This is a
good showing and speaks well for
Waco.1 It shows that tho artesian
city will grow dospito the bard times
and calamity howlers.
With pnro artesian wator, speoial
soap, an extra fine starch and as fine
machinery a3 is made, with trained
experts, the Artesian Steam Laundry
work is unsurpassed anywhere.
The Methodist Rovlval.
Rev Mr. Vaughn preached an im
pressive sermon last night at Fifth
Street Methodist church. There wero
conversions, and two additions to the
church. Prayer service at 4 o'clock
to be led by Dr. Bateman; preaching
at 8 p. m. by Mr. Vaughn.
For This Week Only.
3G clothes pins, fo
100 pokor obipt,
Gallon oil can,20u
Chopping bowl lOo
Muffin, pan llJo
Dress shields lOo
Pressed wash pan,
Sauce pan and
Plush album, 50o
G lamp wickB, 5o
Bowl and pitohcr,
.'i-gal. bucket, 20o
Wood bucket, 16o
Photo frames, lOo
Nut oraokors, lOo
Bread box, 40c
Sugar buokot, 35o
Knife box lOo
Quart dipper, So
Covored sauco pan
Wire baskets, lOo
4 gallon cup, Tic
Child's tray 15o
Coffeo mill, 30c I
Oummings' 5 and 10 oent store,
703 Austin ave., between Seventh and
"Turn Hor Looso."
Mr. George Laneri, proprietor of
the Cosmopolitan saloon, corner South
Third street and the publio squaro,
begs to inform his pations and the
public uenerallv, that he has started
up a free lunch from 10 to 12 a. m.
and from 8 to 12 p. m. on Saturdays.
Givo him a call and George will treat
to Kellum & Lawson, for
all kinds of real estate.