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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY APRIL 7 1892.
ALL OVER TOWN.
GET A LIVING.
If it were not for sellers you
could not live. Therefore we
must co-operate you help us;
we help you.
Buy your next bill of us for ex
periment. W. K. FINKS & CO
Merchant : Tailor.
If you want a first class bus
iness or dress suit of fine new
brands of goods made in the
highest style of art with ele
gaut trimmings and perfect
workmanship and at reason
able prices, take your orders
to W. A. Schaffer, the leading
No. 416 1-2 Austin St., Upstairs
Mr. G A. Laok is the outtor of the
Transfers or Ileal Estate.
Reported by the Waoo Abstract and
Investment Company, Room 17, Prov
dont Building, Waot), Testis.
H C Gray to T J Flower, part of
lot 1 block 1 at Kddy, Clark addition,
S L Harris and wife to M J Far
rick, part of lot 1 hlook 1, Clark's ad
dition, Eddy, $50.
M J Patrick to II 0 Gray, pirt of
lot 4 block 1, Clark addition, Eddy,
M J Pa' rick to II C Gray, 53 feet
of lot 1 block 1, Clark addition, Eddy,
M E Norris to T J Flowers, put of
lot 4 block 1, Clark addi:ioa, I'JJdy,
V H Harris to M K Norris, part of
block 7 and S, Clark addition, Eddy,
It P and J C Chamberlain to C W
Smith, part of block 2, Charaberlin
addition, Uoss, 99 acre tract, $350.
V E McCann and wife to N M and
George O Harris, 78 1-1 aore, Webb
loaguo and 2 1 acres of university lands,
exchange ot lands.
W Oglesby and wife to "W E Mc
Cann, part of Webb league and uni
versity lanv, $1,600.
W K MoCanu and wife to T A
Caufield, 05 acres, L'iVega grant
N M and Ooorgo O Harris, by
guardian, to W E McCann, 103 acres,
.LaVeca graiit, excangc of lands.
G M Dodge to A Cox, lot la block
5, Lorona, $30.
A Cox to M J Montgomery, lot 12
block 5 Lorena, $1100.
J C MoKelvain and wifo to M J
Montgomery, lots 1 and 2 block 74,
W A Poindoxter and wife to J 0
Mclvolvain, lots 1 and 2 hlook 74,
Total, April 5, A. D., 1892,
Everybody reads 'he Want Column
in The News. Only one cent a
Head every rago of Tiik Nkws.
They aro full ot freh local and tele
graph news. No plate matter used
During the month of March .60
an&wers were received to advor'iso
ments in tho Want Columns of The
Street Commissioner John McGhco
will commence ia a few days to grade
down tho bill on Clay street beyond
Tho new building of the Central
firo station is nearinc complotion.
From present indication it will be ono
of the prettiest buildings in the city.
Mr. J. T. Mann who was hit in tho
head bv a follow workman Tuesday is
reported muoh improved in condition
aud it is now believed ho will rooover:
The San Antonio and Aransas Pass
railway is delivering from six to seven
train loads of about twenty cars each
of cattle to tho Missouri Kansas and
Texas railway every day now. Tho
shipment of cattle through Waco this
yoar will be the heaviest over known.
Mr Geo. W. Reerl .ind Mr. W. W.
Cole, business representatives of the
Leslie Davis, New York Fitfh Avenue
company, are in the city today arrang
ing for a week's season of popular
priced attractions at the opera house.
The Liberal Association of Texas
will meet in Goggan Musio ball to
morrow at 10 o'clock a. m., and at
8:30 p. in. Mr. S. P. Putnam of San
Franoisoo, Cal , will lecture. No ad1
mittanco fee will be charged and all
are inqited to attond.
Mr. Henry Hanson will give his
fine steroophical spectacular show in
the Fifth ward to-night. Ho is a
gentleman of wonderful resources
and perfectly honest and reliable. He
understands the mysteries of the
prosdigitatateur, and will be sure to
please those who witness his show.
A grand ball will bo ivon by En
gino Company No. 1 on April S at tho
hall of West End Firo company on
North Twelfth streot. The committee
on invitation is composed of the fol
lowing gentleman: Lee Stewart, II. J
Brown, James Hooks, Tom Spencer
and J. G. Baynes. Waco firemen
never do things by halves and an en
joyable time will be had.
I ho city council will meet tonight
and canvass the vote cast for mayor
and aldermen at the late election.
According to the city charter the
newly elected officers cannot be sworn
in earlier than five days, exclusive of
Suuday, next afcer eleotion and a spe
cial meeting for this purpose will
likely be called for Monday evening.
Some good work by the new council
may be looked for at an early dato.
The petition sent from Waco with
235 names of our best citizens thereto
attached to our representatives at
Austin protesting against the enact
ment of the alien land law, has been
received by Gerald and Harrison who
have also received another petition
signed "many voters" charging that
the first petition was signed by many
minors, negros, borrowers, real estate
speculators, foreign agents and bank
ers, and that the good citizens who
signed are money lenders. The latter
petition asks that the alien land law
be reinacted,but it being anonymous
no attention will be paid to it.
Hot Griddle Cakes.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder possesses a peculiar
merit not approached by that of any other baking powder.
It produces the hot buckwheat, Indian or wheat cakes, hot
biscuit, doughnuts, waffles or muffins. Any of these tasteful
things may be eaten when hot with impunity by persons of
the most delicate digestive organs. Dr. Price's Cream Bak
ing Powder leavens without firmentation or decomposition.
In its preparation none but the purest of cream of tartar, so
da, etc. is used, and in such exact equivalents as to always
guarantee a perfectly neutral result, thereby giving the natu
ral and sweet flavor peculiar to buckwheat and other flour
that may be used, the natural flavor so much desired and ap
predated by all. The oldest patrons of Dr. Prices powder tell
the story, that they can never get the same results from any
other leavening agent, that their griddle cakes, biscuits, etc.
are never so light and never laste so sweet or so good as
When raised with Dr. Prices Cream Baking Powder.
One of daintiest ft cent cigars
evor offered to tho public in ' Waoo.
Puro tobacco, well made, free
smokor, delicious aroma. Try it.
Kept bv tho New Cigar Store, No. 110
South Fourth street, next to telegraph
County Clork John W. Bakor is re
quired by law to furbish the state
agrioulturel department at Austin a
certified statement of tho amount in
volved in tho trust deeds and ohattlo
mortgages filed; number of marriage
licenses issued and divorces granted
each yoar in McLennan county. This
statement for 1$91 has been prepared
by Deputy County Clerk Ed. A Geb
hard, with tho exception of tho num
ber of diAOrocs granted in the district
court which is being done by District
Clerk Z. F. Beazley, and is as follows:
Trust deods, $70S,723.0S; chattle
mortgages, $457,011.16; marriages is
Among tho veterans who left last
Tuesday to attend the re-union at New
Orleans was no less an important per
sonage than Mr. Georgo Rosenthal.
He, however, loft his faithful dog,
"Kosie," behind to represent him.
This animal visits daily tho usual
haunts of its master and gives evi
dence of its loneliness by constantly
whining. Ben Davidson says this
dog is very intelligent but thit it
cannot class the iloecy staple as well
as its master, nor is it as good a judgo
Prof. J. R. Conyers.
In the proper plaoe will bo found
the announcement of Prof. J. E. Con
yers as a candidate for re-election to
tho office of oounty superintendent of
publio instruction. Prof. Conyers has
made an excellent superintendent dur
ing his torra which is soon to oxpiro,
and asks a continuance of the privi
lege to serve the people of McLennan
county in that oapaaity. lie is an
oacrgctio gentleman, ono who takes
much pains to acquaint himself with
all the workings of tho different
schools of the oounty and is ever
ready to assist the various communi
ties in securing good sohools Under
Professor Conyers' management tho
sohools havo advanced in worth and
Wedding Announcement of Two of
Wacos Most Popular Young Peo
ple. The News has received a daintily
engraved card bearing the inscription,
"Your presenco is requested at tho
marriage of Clara Landroth to John
Lafayette Gantt, Wodnesday evening
April thirteenth six thirty o'clock,
Christian ohurob, Waco, Texas, 18a2.
At home after April twonty-third No.
424, North Fourth streot."
Both of the young people are well
known and havo a large cirole of ac
quaintances to bid them God-speed
in the long journey of lifo on which
they aro soon to start.
The spacious Young Men's Hebrew
Association hall was the scene last
night of much merriment. The occa
sion was the grand masquerade ball
under the auspices of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association, which lasted till
dawn of day this morning. The music
was excellent and the programme un
surpassed by that of any ever gotten
np in Waco.
Tho various committees to whom
tho success of ocaseion is duo wore as
Reception Mr. and Mrs. S. Hirsoh
berg, Mr. and, Mrs. L. Sanger, Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Ilaber, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Woil, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weslow.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. Ilabor, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Alexander.
Arrangement Mr. I. A. Goldstein,
Mr. Louis Migol, Mr. Georgo Levy,
Mr. H. S. Long, Mr. A. Kirsohnor,
Mr. A. E. Kiersky.
Supper Miss Mollio Marx, Miss
Celia Lowenstoin, Mrs. Sam Sanger
Mrs. .1. S. Levy, Mrs. Dan
Weil, Mrs. B. Alexander, Mrs. Lehn-
Examining Mr. S. Marx, Mr. II.
Flo r Mr. Chas. L. Sanger, Mr.
Alex Woil, Mr. George Levy, Mr. F.
Teutor, Mr. A. Beer.
Tin; Almighty Dollar enjoys a won
derful popularity and commands a most
powerful influence. Look through our im
mense new stock and sec the great wonders
it has worked for us!
A Dollar saved is a dollar made.
We occupy our own building and
pay no rent, have our own sidetracks
and avoid drayage, buy our goods in
quantity and think wc have the
facilities to give full value for every
We do not hesitate to say that, in this season's
stock we have secured the best values within the
purchasing power of money. Our stock is the
largest and you will find that none can serve you
The man who docs not know the worth of money
is behind the times and you who do know its value
should study economy in our immense new stock of
Notice our splendid offerings in
CHEVAL BEDROOM SUITS
at 523.50, 525 00, 28.50, 30 00,
$3500,54000 and S45-0O. We are
anxious for judicious buyers to tee
At $16 00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, $27.50,
$30.00 and $35,00. Largest line ever
shown and prices the lowest that can be
$4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $8.00 and $9.00.
Bewildering assortment of new goods and late styles
You will find it worth many times the tronble of a
visit to see this stock.
Our new stock is the largest and most attractive
ever shown in the city. Notice our new wardrobe
combination bed and get our prices.
FOR THE BABIES.
$1,000.00 Worth of Baby Buggies at 56.50 to
525.00 Call for our $2.50 baby jumper a jumper
and walker combined. Invaluable to mother and
We are prepared to manufacture Bank
Counters, Fine Office Fixtures, etc., .to order.
Estimates furnished on application, Cor
Waco Furniture Company,
R. A. Carutiiers, Manager.