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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY MAY 30 1892.
&-, ,4 SHOES
About the woathcr, but call around
and smoke a fine cigar or read ono of
our latest books. See tho latest
Fashion papers for Juno just received.
lOo SHEET MUSIC iOo
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Cigar, newsdealer and Stationers,
104 South Fourih street.
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Electric Supply Co,
Farmers mid Metclmnts' Nnt'l Bank Building.
Electric Desk Fans from $5.0
Diehl Ceiling Fans, $35.00 and
upwards, according to length. All
kinds of electrical goods.
. W. HOBSON
1 pound iiackOKe coffee, 20 cento.
lpotml Jar jams 121-2onts
Fine clgara per box 11.75.
Finest teas In Waeo.
Best goods, lowest prices.
Finest candles In Waco.
Pollteattentlon and omlt deliver Is tho
Of Qtlbble Bros. Grocers, 505 Anrtln Avenne.
New Grocery Store
Bonth Fifth St., between Maty and Jackson St.
STAPLE ASDFASCY GROCERIES.
Everything first-class Agent for John Baade's
Fine Brick, LI in.' nnd Cement.
HERMAN STOLTE, - - Proprietor,
New Branch Started.
Waco Stoani laundry has opened a
Branch oftico at Moses oiear 6taud 110
South Fourth streot, Bankers' row.
All orders left will be promptly at
S3. Jas, Means' Shoes S3.
S2.50 at Hilt & Co.'s.
Porter, ale and Milwaukee bottlo
beer at J. A. Earley's.
Piano for Sale.
Eniorson piano nearly new, for salo
cheap, owner leaving the city. Apply
to George Haydou, 1000 North. Fifth
Don't drink oommom eoffeo. Go
to J. A. Earley's and get tho best.
"The Garment Bespeaks the Artist "
KIRK & REESING
TAILOltS.aMH Austin Avenue.
S3. 50. James Means Shoes $3.50.
S3.00 at Hilt & Co.'s.
You will find instead ot screens
making it warm that flies mako it
warmor as you have thorn to fight.
Dallas Screen Co.
Tho firm of Jones Bros., has dis
solved by mutual consent.
T. F. Jones,
W. II Jones.
1 arJioc See our Misses' and
a-dlUCS Children's Oxford
Ties and One-Strap Slippers.
Sleeper, Clifton & Co.,
The People's Shoe Dealers.
All fino brands of liquors kept at J.
Go to Joe Lehman's for a gbod
meal any time night or day.
in iii mi 1 n ,h,ii n
IN THE CUURTS.
An Interesting Case of Embezzle
ment on Trial.
Charlott Williams was tried this
morning in the county court upon the
charge of disturbing the peace and
was fined $5 and costs.
justice Harrison's court.
An interesting caso is on trial today
in Justice Jack Harrison's court which
it is said, will likely develop into a
sensational one before its teimination.
It is styled The State of Texas vs.
Madeline Squires, and the defendant
is charged with the grave crime of
embezzlement of goods and money
of the value of S25, while acting as
agent of Anson & Scott, the Fourth
street barbers.as hair dresser. The de
fendant is a tall young lady, of good fig
ure with a cluster of short brown curly
hair covering awell'thaped head, and
is, altogher, a lady of prepossessing
appearance. The prosecuting witness,
L B Anson, was the iirst witness call
by the state, who testified, in sub
stance, that the defendant was a hair
dresser by trade, and some time dur
ing the month of last March came to
him and proposed to work for his firm
as hair dresser. Her proposition was
accepted and rooms fitted up in the
fifth story oi the Provident building for
her. The necessary furniture, fix
tures, stock oi hair goods, soaps, hair
tonic, complexion lotions, etc , were
lurnithed her, the profits to be divided
equally between thorn, the firm of
Anson & bcott to bear the expense of
rent, etc. On May 21st the defendant,
in company with her brother, Frank
A Squires,and another young lady of
of Waco, lett the city and went to
Denton, Texas, where they were lo
cated and Miss Squires arrested upon
the above charge, sworn out by An
son, and brought back to Waco
when she readily gave bond to appear
this morning for an examining trial.
When Anson found she was gone he
visited htr apartment and discovered
that a quantity of goods were also
The examination is progressing
hlowly with publio sentiment de
cidedly in favor of tie defendant.
justice Gallagher's court.
Justice Gallagher's civil dooket
was oalled tin morning and a number
of caies sat for trial and in others
judgments by default takon.
The dooket oontains ninoty-fivo
oases, tho majority of whioh were
"left open," and not set.
Following are the styles of the
caso and the dates upon whioh thoy
are sot for trial:
E Strauss vs J E Ulandor, Juno I3j
Shaw and Blalook vs W J Hobson ot
al, June 14; R G Wright va M A
Fisher, Juno Sj M T Boynton vs
Burt and Greenwood, June 13; J T
Boynton vs Goode Burt et al, Juno
13; M T Boynton vb Goodo Burt ot al,
June 13; A Y Hughston vs S A and
A P Railway oompany et al, June 14;
S Arohenhold & Co vs Whitaker and
Butober, Juno 13; MoKennan Bros
" iimiim. TrVr I
Used in Millions of Homes o Years the Standaisl
-isatauS L .
& Co vs S Q Gardner et al, Juno 15;
S L Morrisvvs S A Owens & Son.
Juno 10; T B Cox vs M K & T Rail
way Co, Juno 3; Waco State bank vs
T D Murry et al, Juno 0; First Natio-
nal bank vs Perry Nichols et al, June
10; J V Morris vs S P and F Cohen,
June 10; VV D Lacy vs O W Buck et
al, June 22; Tony Cfeavjr vs John
Ray, Juno 14; Tony Cleaver vs Clint
Simmons, Juuo 14; Capital City Car
riage Co vs S A Owons & Son Juno
10; Williams and Evans vs J P Mas
soy, Juno 14; J C McGhoe vs J C
McCrary et al, Juno 4; Gains and
Mooro vs N 0 Wortham, Juno I3; J
E Stone vs A Hnrbolin, June 14.
Judgement by default was rendered
in tho following casot:
Goldstein & Migel vs. W. E. Gam
brell; Giesicke Bros., vs Scott Por
ter; First National Bank vs. G. S.
This morning's session in the may
or's court was an unusually rcnumcra
Frod Lang paid a Gno of $2o for
oarrying a pistol.
Maud Smith, of tho reservation con
tributed $25 for failing to proouro
Lum Allen, Charlos Willis, and
two others, whoso names to the offi
cers, were unknown wero fined $5 oach
Tho receipts of tho session $70.
The Pronunciation of "Girl."
There nro certain words in tho pronun
ciation of which people ililTer strangely.
Perhaps the most common of these
words is "girl." In verso she is ruiulo to
rhyme with curl, penrl, and belted earl
thoso articles seem naturally to belong to
her. And without rcgnid to the exigen
cies of rhymo sho is often so pronounced.
Others besides Sambo turn her into "gal."
Wo knew an officer in tho Indian army, n
man of education and refinement, who in
vnriably did so. Even from tho lips of
that princo of culture, Wnlter Savage Lnn
dor, the word canio with that sound.
Then there aro Mrs I'oyicr's "gell," tha
"gy-url" of mi'lodr.in.ii, nnd various other
modifications, all ot which goto prove that
girl ns she is pronounced is almost as
'much of an enigma ns the fair creature
herself. London Tit-Hits.
i:itc tilrlty CleaiH I 'or.
It is reported that the effect of an electri
cal discharge hits been so sueci-ssfully ap
plied to fogs on the const ns to clear the
ntmosphero tor a distance of 15(1 feet in
every direction. It would seem that amok
fng rooms nnd dust clouds might bo pretty
effectually denied by this means. New
Clrunliif; Gold Jewelry.
To clean gold jewelry, make a lather of
plain yellow soap and tepid water nnd
wash the ornaments in it; dry them thor
oughly nnd afterward brush them with a
little dry whiting, Anally polishing them
with a very soft leather. New York Jour
uaJ. A Change.
Husband You have changed washer
wnmfln. I KPft.
Wlfe Yes. How do you know?
Hubbaml Instead of getting Drown,
Jones and Robinson's shirts, I nmgetting
some strange garments I uever wore be
fore. New York Weekly.
Jk. GOOD JfcXOVJS.
That is the kind of a move which is made by purchasers of our
FINE FURNITURE AND CARPETS
For 901)10 reasons it's it bolter move thnn
vory convincing reason Is that not untlll now
goods at such figures. Wo have novor
wo don't feel tlint wo can nflbrd to do It now,
and we are taking tho bull by the horns. It's
both ways. What wo didn't leel that we could
that you can afl'ord to miss. Our goods nro on
so don't miss this opportunity, but call
R.T. DENNIS &BRO.
ALL OYEll TOWN
Mr. J. C. Brown, who has been
confined to his bed for some time
past with- consumption, is reportrd
very much improvedjoday. He was
ablo to sit up this morning.
R. H. Hays, of Fort Worth, colored
orator, will speak to tho colored voters
of Waoo at tho court houso tomorrow
(Tuesday) night at 8 o'clook in tho
interest of tho People's party.
Burglars broke into Mike Shields'
saloon on Austin Avonuo Saturday
night and got $5 in money, six bot
tles of fine liquor, and a box of oigars.
No clow to tho guilty partios.
Today is a legal holiday it being
the National Decoration Day. Tho
day is ecantly observed in Waco as
only tho post office and the banks
olosed and that for only half tho day.
Delegate B. J. Henry, who went to
the general conference of the col jred
Methodist at Omaha, has returned.
He gives a glowing account of the
good time afforded the delegates by
the people of Omaha.
Last night about 7 30 lightning
struck an electric light pole on North
Ffh street, tearing it into splinters
and slightly shocking several parties
who were sitting on the front gallery
at Mrs. Downs' boarding house,
The San Antonio and Aransas Pass
passenger train leaves tomorrow
morning at 7 o'clook for Cameron.
Tho delegates to tho congressional
convention are requested to meet at
the dopot promptly on time. The
train'will arrive at Cameron at 0:10 a.
A musical and literary entertain
ment will bo given tomorrow night by
the Epworth League at tho Morrow
street ohurch at 8:30, for the benefit
of the library. Everybody is invited
to attend. No admission will bo
charged, but all who attond will be
expected to bring a book for the
Mr. W. S Blackshear, with his ac
customed enterprise, has arranged to
manufacture, on an extensive scale,
fine toilet and laundry soaps. His
factory will give employment to a
number of people and will be a great
benefit to Waco. Samples of toilet
soap distributed, are pronounced a
very superior article Dy those who
The Pacific hotel, under Bart
Mooro's management, is attracting
considerable attention now. lie has
made various improvements in the
cusine and service and the table cati
not be exoelled any where in Texas.
Mr. Moore's many friends are con
gratulating him warmly on his suc
cessful beginning as a hotel proprie
tor. "Tho Garment Beepeaka the Artist."
TAlZOltH, aii t-i! Austin Ireiwe.
When you want nico fresh meat
mutton, beof pork and purer lard at 10
oonts per pound, go to
Mellor & Delaney
125 South Third street.
was ever made boforo. One
have wo ever ollered these
wo could all'ord to do it and
but necessity knows no law
a poor rule that don't wdrk
ofl'or, you certainly oan't feel
the inovo and thoy must go,
and got our prices.
518 AUSTIN ST
An 18 size American Watch,
three-quarter plate Quick Train,
straight line escapement, patent
center pinion, patent stem wind,
four paii s fine Ruby Jewels in
settings (15 jewels), expansion
balance adjusted, in a fine Gold
Filled Dueber Case, guaranted to
wear for 20 years for $18.90.
520 AUSTIN St.
The Behr Piano.
1. Mary hail a little Bohr,
And don't yon be afraid:
It showed n algnjofwo.r, and tear,
However much alio pIuyHil.
2, And Mary's plea.nre e et y day'
She wlthlierBKIIIlwouldsoek, '
Until htr gentlo heart, thoy say,
Orcw HEAKIeli,-So to speaku.
4. Her molher aeked hor to ibrBEAItf
But Mary the demurred,
For when (ho Ice; s elio touched with cara
Her Ui;ilKsjng llkoabt.d -
Thos Goggan & Bro. aro Stato
Agents for this magnificent piano.
We don't prioo our work to mako
it fit, hut manufaoturo everything to
order and guarantee it.
Dallas Screen Co.
The undersigned desires to thank
the publio for past pUrouage and re
quests thoso who aro indebted to him
to call at Slooper, Olitton & Co's.,
whoro they will find Mr, 0. Harmon
who is authorized to reseipt for the
amount of their accounts.
May 20, 1802.
$3,50 James Means Shoes $3,50
At$3.00. HILT & CO.
If our first price is to high ploaso
ask for a lower one; wo manufacture
all grades oi work.
Dallas Screen Co.
Open any hour in the 24 at Joe
Lehman's, South Fourth street.
The neatest, ice cream parlor in the
city is Joe Lehman's, Fourth street.
Remember our lowest prico on
ecrecn doors is $2, windown 7f)0, all
put up comploto.
Dallas Sobken Co.
"The Gnrmmt Bespeaks the Artist."
TAIC01ia,HII !!! Austin Avenue,
Whon our city drummer calls to see
you, you will find it to your interest
to talk with him. Remember wo guar
antee our work.
Dallas Soheen Co,
Good olaret wine 25c per bottlo or
$2 50 per dcz., at J. A. Karlej's.