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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 26 1892.
We are selling
tiouis Bottled Beer
PINTS $1 per Dozen
QUARTS .$i.5o "
Return empty bottles and
we will pay for
PINTS isc per dozen
QUARTS 25c " "
W.K. FINKS & CO
Is going to turn Texas looso and J.
H. Shopo is already turning groocries
loose at prices never before heard of
for spot cash.
JUST THINK 01' IT.
Mormon potatoes per bucket, only
Sugar cured 1 aui ur.canvassed only
Sugar cured shoulders unoanvasscd
only 10 cents
Breakfast bajon uncanvassed only
10 1 cents
Sugar cured hams canvassed only
10 1 3 cents.
Gtanulated sugir still 20 pounds for
First patent flour por sack only $1.40
Arbuokles and Lion coffee per poiind
only 22 1-2 cents.
Three pound oan tomatoes standard
full weight 10 cents.
Fresh corn flakes 20 pounds for $1.
Scotch oats per p.iokoge only 10 ots.
Dried beef, best, per pound only
13 1-2 conts.
Meal por bushel only 50 cents.
J H Shope
Is boss on cigars and tobacco, biggest
line in Waco and lowest prices. Re
member 205 South Third street, third
houso below Franklin.
Every day a Bpecial sale day.
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
gant 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. Lack is the outter of the
Paints ; Oils,
404 Austin Street,
Screens ! Screens ! ! Screens I I !
Call at McKennon Brothers for
prices on screens for your houso. En
quire of your neighbor about our
work. We will give you figures on
any quality of screens.
Branch Office Dallas Screen Co.
Thore aro many good fivo oont
cigars on tho markot but nono that
will compuro with tho genuine
"Spanish Leaf." Warrentcd free
from drugs. For sale W. L. Tuoker,
Lion drug store.
1)1' TIIU lMtOllllIITIU 1MKTY
In .ScfcBloiiToittir-OrBiilii'nlloii Af
fected G'omuilitceN Appointed A
I. urge anil lloiircfconliitlvo II oily.
niuc.li i:ntlmsliisin Inhibited,
Mlrlitff iocclios UxproftkltiK Con
riilcnr.r ot tlio l'lnnl Succesi of tlio
Tho convention of the State Prohi
bition party mot this morning in the
Blue room of tho city hall, at 10
Tho meeting was called to order by
Mr. E. O. Heath, chairman of the
state oxecutive committee, with secre
tary B. P. Bailey, of Houston, at his
Tho meeting was opened with an
eloquont prayer by Dr. II. A. Bour
land. The add'ess of welcome was deliv
ered by Dr. J B. Granfil, which elici
ted frequent applause.
Tho address of welcome was re
sponded to by Dr. S. E. Whipkoy,
pastor of the Baptist church of Taylor,
in an enthusiastic speech of half an
hour, in which ho expressed strong
faith in the final triumph of tho causo
Upon motion of Dr. J. B. Cranfil,
organization was entered into, and
Judgo D. 51. Prendergast, of Mcxia
elected chairman and B. P. Bailey, of
Moved by E C. Heath that a com
mittee of three be appointed on cre
dentials, whose duty it should bo to
enroll the names of all those present
who were in favor of prohibition and
opposed to the liquor traffic, that they
might bo seated as dele
gates Carried. The following
gentlemen were suggested by Dr. J.
B. Cranfil and appointed by the chair:
George M. Morse, of Waco; B. W.
Williams, of Weatherford ; Dr. A. R.
Raj. land, of Denton.
The committco was instructed to
proceed to enroll the names which was
done and SI delegates reported.
Tho inscription upon tho card sub
scribed to by each was as follows: "I
am a party prohibitionist. I will givo
$ per month to a fund for organiz
ing purposes. I will subscribe for a
prohibition paper. I will sign "The
Mtllion Voters" agreement.
Moved by Dr. J. B. Cranfil that a
committee of firo be appointed on
platform. Carried. The following
gentlomon were named as this com
mittee: J. B. Cranfil, of MoLennan;
J, B. Link, of Travis, B. W. Wil- j
Hams, of Parker; E. C. Hoath, of
Rockwall; N. G. Darrow, of Navarro.
Moved by Dr. J. B. Cranfil that a
committee of five on nominations bo
appoiuted. Cairied. The following
gentlemen compose the committee:
Dr. Rufus C. Burleson, of MoLennan,
W. D. Jaok 03, of McLennan; J. L.
Smith, of Limestone; W. D. Knowles,
of Dallas; T. N. Williams, of Fannin.
Mr. E 0. Heath announoed that a
prohibition experience meeting would
be held in the Blue Room tonight to
whioh tho ladies especially were in
vited. Mrs. Helen M. Stoddard, president
of the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of Texas, was next introduced
and addressed the convention. She
stated that public sentiment was
strongly in favor of prohibition all over
the stato, and that we are in the dawn
of a new era, which is just about to
sweep over us. There seems to bo
rnagio in tho words Demoorat and
Republican, There is more magic in
tho words than principle baok of
them. The address throughout was
a good one, expressing strong faith in
the early success of tho prohibition
movement, and was well rcoeivad and
Dr. J. B. Cranfill arose and asked
the privilege of speaking a word of
enoouragoment. He said that the
convention was the largest and most
representative ever assembled in the
stato, eighty-one delegates being
proscnt representing twenty-six coun
ties, and ho considered this great
roason for encouragement.
Chairman Prendergast informed tho
assemblage that in his county. Lime
stone, that more signatures had been
secured to "The Million Voters"
agreement than there aro voters in the
Upon motion the convention ad
journed till 2:30 p. m.
If you would pass n pleasant hour
drop in at tho new placo lor a gumo of
or Pool. A neat, pleasant place, ooo'
and comfort iblo. Drop in
Finest imported and domestic cigars
in the city. Always the best is our
Do not forgot tho place No. 110 S.
Fourth streot, next door to Telegraph
W Mopes, Propnctor.
ALL OVJSK TOWN
Tho bond in tho Woidomeyer ca9e
was fixed by Justice Elairison at $750.
The meeting of the Clark club Fri
day night at tho court houso should
be remembered by eyory one of its
The News offioo is perfumed today
with tho delicious ordors of a large and
haudsomo boquct, which was sent with
the complements of Mrs. Van Hall.
The state prohibition convention is
in session today at the city hall. A
determined crusado is boing waged in
Texas against tho "hydra headed
monster" sothey bay.
Tho seance which was to have
been held last Sunday night at the
residence of Mesdames '1 abor and
Brown, was postponed till tonight on
account of the illness of Mrs. 1'abor
and the inclement weather.
The route of the Texas exhibit cars
have beon changed somownat since
last published. The next post offioo
address will bo Elizabcthtown, Ky.,
May 1 or Louisville, May 5. Send all
advertising matter to the latter place.
There will bo a call business meet
ing of the Epworth League of Morrow
Street church tomorrow night. All
members are earnestly requested to
be present, as some very important
matters are to be attended to.
Miss Lena Davis of 903 South
Third street, was besieged last night
by a surprise party of about fifteen
couples. Miss Davis is a charming
hostess and soon recovered from the
surprise and entertained the party
handsomely until a late hour.
Rev. John Sergus, a Christian Jew,
leotured last night at tho Trinity
Methodist ohuroh. He lectured on
tho Jews as tho are today in tho
Holy Land. Ho appeared in the
ancient Mosaio oostumo and made a
typical picture in his flowing robes
and long hair and beard. Ho wil
lecture again tomorrow night at the
Fifth Streot Methodist ohurcb.
Our Soda Wator
is unsurpassed "Get tho best,"
Tun Old Cornuk Dnua Stork.
The Only Practical Stereotype Out
fit. Its Superior Advantages.
It is Bimplo, practical, cheap, cost
ing, acoording to size, only from $75
to $150. It can bo put anywhere, oc
cupying only the room of an ordinary
case stand. Through its various pat
ented labor-saving devices it is
thoroughly endorsed by practical prin
ters, giving all kinds ot results in cast
ing and blocking, viz: Thin flat
plates, patent block plates, typo high
wooden coro blocked or all metal
arohed. Also, it givos tho advantage
of casting and blocking at the same
operation, exact type high, exact
widths and exact lengths on and
around tho late patented hollow sec
tional ironcoro mothod, the easiest,
the cheapest, quiokeet and best block
ing in the word. Absolutely without
labor. The outfit dispenses with dan
gerors, costly and complicated ma
chinery, and with its Hot Water
Flasked Casting Box and Mould
Dryer, it is utterly impossible tt in
jure type, and tho very finest resulis
known to plato makers, stereotyping
or the art of printing is obtained.
Send for descriptive oirculars, givit g
full particulars and hundred of volun
teered testimonials from all parts of
this and other countries. M. J.
Hughes & Co , Manufacturers Stereo
tjpe Outfits and Conical Sorow
Quoins, No. lb Spruce St., New York,
N. B. The same outfit will mako
all kinds of Rubbor Stamps.
Robert Thompson was convicted
this morning in two cases, in ono for
burglary and in tho other for kn jw-
ingly passing as true a forged instru
ment, and was givon three and two
years in the ponitentiary.
Harriet .Ellen, infant daughter of
Mr. J. E and Mrs L. A. Orchard,
died this morning at 10:30, aged 9
months. The funeral will take place
from the family residence, 1007 Jef
ferson street, at 4 p. m tomorrow.
"Whoever thinks a faultless piece to see,
Thinks what ne'er was,
Ne'er is nor, e'er will be.''
We will not claim for our Stock absolute perfection, but we
do not hesitate to say that this Season's Stock embraces
so much of
Excelence and Superior Merit
That it would be difficult for the most fastidious to find the
semblance of a serious fault. Not only are our styles
and goods the
Latest, Richest and Best,
But we have business advantages and facilities that others
cannot claim, enabling us to quote always the
Lowest Possible Prices.
We occupy our own building and save
Per annum in rents and other expenses
And it is easy for us to
Make Our Prices Low.
We invite your attention to our immense stock of
Cheval Bedroom Suits
At $20, $23.50, $25, $28.50, $30, $35, $40 and $45. These
goods are all Money Savers and and embraces the latest
and most reliable styles.
We are showing the only complete assortment of these
goods in the city and our prices are the lowest. See what we
can show you in $16, $20, $25, $30 and $35 boards. We
are firm in the faith that you can find
No Better Values
-3 OUR GREAT K
Is a Raging Success. In point of
S TYLE and CONVENIENCE
We think this bed is without a rival and our customers are
daily adding their endorsement to our opinion.
THEY ARE GOING FAST
And you should see our stock without delay.
OUR FINE $40 UPRIGHT FOLDING BEDS
Are all sold but we will have another shipment very seon
and we will offer a few
You will find some very desira ble styles in this line and w
find that our prices cannot be duplicated.
QUALITY ALWAYS FIRST.
Price, in Every Instance, the
Waco Furniture Company,
Cor. Sixth and Jackson, near Waco Lumber Co.