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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 21 1892.
To Arrlvo Every Morning. Frosh salt water fish. Red Fish, Tiout, Flourjdors, dressed Catfish, oto. Also Three shipments a wook of Oysters. They are Rookaway Oysters, tho best on the matkot, Try them, AU ) throe shipments a week of Loh- matin's Herwiok Bay Oysters, well known to the trade. Also receive consignments of all kinds of gamo, At 717 Austin Avonuo. O. J- MILLER- Cheap Medium and Fine Paper Hangings and Decor ations, Window Glass, Var nishes etc. Sole agent for j, "W. John's celebrated Asbestus Paints. Full line of Colors, Brushes and every thino- kent iu a first-class Wall Paper and Paint Store. C- F. SMITH. 404 Austin Street, R. T- DENNIS & BRO. FUNERAL DIKECTORSEMBALMERS 018 Austin Avenue WACO, TEXAS. Hartley & Burleson, Doolc, .Tob and Uommorcial :e r x i 1 13 Kt , :0C Sooth Tblrd Ctrcrt, KarBUtticlt none. A Trial Order SoUeited. JEuqenk Williams. Wji. W. Evans. ILLIAMS & EVANS, flTT'YS a COUNSELLORS AT LAW 1'itoriojsnT i viLviya, WACO, TEXAS. WhatU Have you not hoard about it?? Well, I am selling, 20 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00 Perfection corn (best iu tho world) for 12 1 2 cents per can. 3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10 aonts per can. Arbuoklo's coffeo 22 1-2 cts. ber peot. Irish Potatoes 25 oonts per buoket. Best patent flour $1.40 per sack. Toe S. Thomson. Tho Grooer bewaro or Imitations Of MoAlisteb ooal. ' No one han dles the Genuine article but Laov. No ono soils tho Celebrated MoAlistkr coal but Laoy. MY STORE, 50 marbles for 5 cents at My Store, G25 Austin Btcotr Joe Lohman'B for confeotionorics 117 street ioo oreara and South Fourth Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lehman's. Real Estate Those hunting bargains in dirt will pake money by calling on me,as IJhavo gqod city, farm and ranch proporty. I bavo ono ranch of 1000 acres divided jnto four pasturos, 50 aores in cultiva tion, at $1) per aore. I havo good plaoo in theoity, worth $5000, to trado for good farm. t 1 want to buy small place within 8 mileB "of Waco, 10, 15 or 25 aores, sandy land. F. B. (FENNY) WILLIAMS, Real Estate and Notary Public. 303 1-2 Austin Street, Waco, Tex. tjtf qjf St UKr 1 1 iiirnW Tr'lT iy?"' wifj tjfp Are You Satisfied ? With a Good Wearing and Good Fitting Shoe. WE ARE STILL ON TOP. "With the Largest Line of BOOTS If 1 iA INTHliSTATE. tr New, Frsh Call and Examine QurJMammoth Stock. SLEEPER, CLIFTON & GO. JOHN H. HARRISON Senator from McLonnan and Falls Does not Regard THE ACTION OF THE MASBMEETING h InariictloiiN to Illtn to Voto for Mills and A wait a the Voice of a Mnjorlty of III OonatltuontiiAn Arraignment of Itlillv f or Ilofim iiiC to Accept Second IMaco ou Clio Ways mid Means Committee--lias Nothing to Say uu to Culberson's Ilcf umil to ItcprcsoMt Texan on tho Inicr-Stato Comniorco Comiuli alon. Senator John H. Harrison was soon by a News representative this morn ing at his office, and was asked for his views with roforenoe to tho mass meeting hold at the oourt houso Saturday. Senator Harrisou said: "I think tho mooting was a gather ing of representative Democrats, hon est and sinoero in their intontions and goverened by the purest motives, but I think they aro misled, and aro doing themselves and the state of Texas an injury by clammormg for tho elevation of Roger Q. Mills to ihe senato. "Do you rogard tho aotion of that mooting as instructions to you in tho mattor of electing a United States sonator?" "I do not. While that was a meeting of representative men iroin dffforont parts of tho oountry, I know that in many plaoes the people aro about equally divided on the question be tween Mills and Culberson. Mr. Chilton Has, in my judgment, a very slim following in MoLonnan county. Kuowing that Mr. Culberson is the ohoicool'a large number of Demo crats about China Springs, Crawford, Battle, Mart and other plaoes in tho oounty besides right here in the city of Waoo, I cannot tako the expression of that meoting, a meeting oalled by Mills men and with tho supplimentary ap peal for all the frionds of Mills to bo there, as his enemies would bo on hand in full blast, as the expression of tho majority of Demoorats in this county. I am perfectly willine to voto aa in struoted by tho majority of my con stituents, but it must bo expressed in their primary elections, or by a masB meeting, where both sides aro repro sented and all tho candidates aro giv en a ohanco to presont their claims." "Well, why did not you Oulborson men como to the meeting and stand by your oandidato?" was asked. "I did talk to soveral anti-Mills men well known to mo in this city and urged them to be at tho meeting but it seems as though thoy did not go or if they did rolused to take any nart in tho nroceedincs. I am in formed that at least ono third 01 tnoso present did not voto on the resolution offeroa by Judge Clark. "I said in tho outset that it would be a oalaraity to Texas to send Mills to the senate or words to that effoct, "and I want to tell you why. Mills has just been de feated for speaker, a position that is considered to bo only soeond to that of president and first in party ranks, in congress. After ho was defeated he sulked iu his tent and refused to givo Texas a ropresontativo on tho ways and means committee because ho could not got first place on that coin mitteo. It shows that he is unworthy tho proposed olovation, and if sent to tho senato might leave Texas out of important conduces there if bo waB refused ohoico position." HOES ncl Faultless. "You aro a Culberson man," said tho reporter, "and what excuse can you make for the action of your man in depriving Texas of a representation on tho Intorstato Commerce commis sion!" To this tho senator did not reply, but continued his very earnost and unoomplimontary criticism of Mr. Mills. He oonoludcd by saying that ''if tho majority of tho DemooratB of MoLonnan and Falls oounties instruct ed him in the regular way to voto for Mr. Mills he would do so, but when he cast that voto he would express his opposition to the election of Mills to the senato sinply as an aot that was fraught with tho direst ca lamity to the Demooratio party, bo oauso of his radical views as to the best method of obtaining a reduction of tho tariff and antagonism to legis lative aotion on the silver quostion." KANSAS CITY SUNDAY SUN. "he Grand Jury Gets Preston, Its Editor. Kansas Citt, Mo., Jan. 18. II. L. Preston, editor of a publication known as tho Sunday Sun, has been indioted by the Grand jury now sitting and was arrested by County Marshal Stewart at 5 o'olook in tho afternoon at his offioo on Broadway, near Sixth street, on a oapias issued by Judgo White. Ho was takon boforo tho latter offioial and sccurod temporary freedom on a bond signed by John O'Grady, his attorney, and A. P. Cal loway as surities. Preston manifested oonsiderablo surpriso whon Marshal Stewart served tho capias on him. He remarked, however, that he knew tho grand jury had been after him lor a long lime, and he presumed that ho was "in for it now." This is tho first tirao Preston has been arrested under the authoiity of a Jackson county indiotment, although his disreputable sheet haB been in oxistonoo more than a year. Tno statuto unaor wnion me indiotment was obtained is known as tho MoLinn law, and waa passed at tho last session of tho legislature to fit publications of the character of tho Sunday Sun. It makes the publication of a paper mainly dovoted to tho chronicling of lewd acts and soandal a felony, and the punishment for tho editors and publishers is a term in the penitentia ry of not loss thin two years or more than five years. It also makos nows dealers and nowsboyB who sell the shoot amenable, and provides for them tho samo punishmont as for tho editors and publishers two to five years in prison. mt ... .!. ' V it. Tho Old Reliable. Bismarok restaurant will hereafter bo kept opon on Sunday's tho 6ame as upon othor days. Jiu Stiiuhall, Proprietor. m A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man. Are you Bilious, Constipatednnd troubled with Jau ndlce SlekHead aohe, Bad Taste In Mouth, Flin Rmnth. nofttocl Tousrue. Dyspepsia I Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Pain in isacic nna ueiweeii iuo duuuiumd, Chills and Feyer, &o. If you have any of these symptoms, your .Liver Is out of order your blood is elowly being poisoned, because your Liver does not act properly. Hekhine will oure any disorder of tho Llver,8tora aoh orBowels. It has no equul as a Liver Medicine. Price 75 cents. Free sample bottle atH. C. Risher'a Drug Storo, Thoro will ho a groat many people wearing new suits tho next few days. The real cost salo at Jones & Good loo's is attraoting prudent people us molasses attracts flics. HAPPY NEW YEARI Farewell, old year, We turn from you And greeting give To '92, And reader, dear, We wish for thee, Through all its days, Prosperity. IT'S A GOOD THING Early in the year to talk about JET'iAiTMLisliiirag; Your House. We have a large and well selected stock of Fashionable FuraiSfuPB and Qanpefs. Latest in style, material and finish, can furnish your house from garret to cellar, R. T. DENNIS & BRO. THIS IS STRAIGHT GOODS And a Real Chance to Save Good Money, Jones & Ooodloo aro advertising to sell their immense stook of goods, exoept Dunlap bats and Soriven's drawers, at cost. To leave no doubt of tho reality of the matter thoy havo given away their cost mark word and it hangs conspicuously displayed in big lettorB whero every ono can see it. A would-be purchaser can look at a suit of olotbos and up at tho cost word und tell just what the cost is. This is tho first time this was ever dono in Waoo. It leaves no doubt in tho mind. Tho cost mark is on every Buit and tho koy to it hangs in plain sight, and tho whole businoas is in the hands of tho purohaser. In advertis ed cost sales where tho word of the proprietor is tho only suroty men will always doubt, but Jones & Goodloe havo put doubt out of the question by revealing this oubalistio word which merohants use in marking their goods. This is a real bona fido cost sale, now and refreshing. Thcro aro real genu ine big bargains to bo had, and every man who noeds a suit of clothes or mother who dosires one for her bojB can save money now, sure. It takes only a minute or two to read tho cost mark and any one reading them will buy. It is no moro than truth to say that suoh bargains in clothing were nover offered boforo in Waco. The samo applies to other goods. 1 vaj&ES3S J (H00el Can place any lino of ad- i vertising more effectively and v moro economically than any ad vertiser oan. Uyon wUh to AIJVERTjSK Select tho bBt AGEN'T you know Let lilni plac ALLof your advertising Deal frankly with lilm Take Ills ndvlco. Your business will then ho wohth his oarofu! atten tion. will servo faithfully wisely. you and rv- Telephone the News Office and the advertising agent will call on you and make you happy. For Salo. One four room house and two 'Jots IGO9 Franklin street P. G. Smith. V k ATAtP .WMiUlMt, lib We keep everything and Come in and take a look. 518 AUSTIN ST L. Burial of Georcto Kittlo. The burial of Gcorgo Kittle, who was shot by Hattio Tyreo, on Tues day morning last and who breathed his last at 2:45 p. m., Wednesday, was buried this nttornnon nt 1 o'clock, Fathor Badelon officiating. Tho pall boarerors were Mina Byars, Gcorgo Fields, Thomas Na- boo, Phil. Mogan, Aba Berlin, Ed McGuiro. Tho deceased was born at Tay lorsville, Illinois, and at tho timo of his death was 30 years of ago. Just before his death his father was tolo graphed to at thu abovo plaoo, and an answer was received that ho had moved to tho stato of Now York, but his address was not known. Gcorgo had many friends hero who say ho was of good family and so far as known tho only enemy ho bad was Gcorgo. Tho body was dressed and prepared for burial by J. C. Stephenson & Son, Austin street. Bo foro burial Justico Jack Harrison cmpannollcd a coroner's jury and. viowed tho body, and as wo go to press witnesHus are being oxamtnod and a coroner's inquest hold. Tho result wll be reported tomorrow. George Kitt'o was woll known in this community and his most intimate ac quaintances, who know him well, aro unanimous in praise of his good qualities, but acknowledge that through his urmelffibhness was an oucmy to himself. If ever thero was a bargain offered in Waco it is now bciuir offered at JoneB & Goooloo's, thoy aro really selling goods at actual cost. t Everybody goes to Joo Lonman'a whon thoy want a good moal, or ho croam. ' "j Suits at coBt aro not a common thing in Wuco and tho suits at Jones & Goodfoe's aro going off pretty rap idly, Ladies, we have just reocived fresh stook of flower seeds. W. L. TlCKEK, "Lion Drug Store. mm