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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 9 14892.
BOOTS: BOOTS. .1 furniture apd Carpets, City Cash Storo. For a few day's onlyjl will sellyou 10doz.oggsfor$l.0j. 20 lb granulatod sugar for $1.00. 22 lb brown sugar for $1.00. Nice ripo banauna's at 15ots a dozon. Street oranges at 25ots a dozon. Spare rips freah at lOots per lb. Frcah salt wator fish to arrivo ovory other day. Fresh vegetables evory morning. Call at 0. J Miller's for bargains, 7I7 Austin Avo. Si. A- SHflF.S A- sSmrh ' lufjg fft . i -i )Ha 4.11-5. FEWiT It t4f .f. SJflJTF, Paints g Oils, Gr-leusss, XDecorebtioaaus. 404 Austin Street, Buy Egan's "Black Diamonds." Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lohman's. Egan's blaok diamonds" will soon give way to "oool comfort," try him ore it is too lato. JT1 toKollum & Lawsonll3 S. 4 'Orfst. for lota in Col. Heights Dockcry & Co., Assurance Agents Topresont first rlass companies only. Every attontion paid to placing risks. Give us a call at our new quarters in tho Provident building. 1 m Cummins 5 & 10 Cent Store. OOo. 40o Oo 10o 10c 25o lOo Chair scat lOo Wash pan lOo CJreain pitohorlOo Sugar bowl lOo Butter dish lOo Slop bucket 40c Lamp chimney Do Good towel lOo Big dipper lOo (i tumblers 25o 6 goblets 25o Sugar buoket 35o Child's swing 35o Mop handlo 15o Dinnor buoket 25o Good lantern Kitchen lamp Washboard Gallon buokot Uollandor Men's jackets Accouut book Box tooth pi'ks lOo Good lamp bine sitter Dish pan Fire shovel Stovo polish Oil can Good combs 25o lOo 15c 5o Be 15o lOo CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE, 703 Austin avo., bet. Gth and 8th ets. A Husbands Mistake. Husbands too often pormit wives, and parents their children, to suffer from headache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, (its, nervousness, when by tho use of Dr. Miles' Restorativo Norvino suoh serious results oould easily be prevented. Druggists every where say it gives universal satisfac tion, and has an immenso salo. Wood worth & Co,, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; now & Co., of Syracuse, N. Y.; J. O. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mioh.; and hundreds of others say "it is the greatest sellor they ever know," It oontains no opiates. Trial bottlo and free book on NervouB Diseases, froo at H. C. Risher & Co. PATRICK DUTS. Wrestling with tho Cotton Prob lem and Candidates, but will Stand by our Worwi'ck Clark. Patrick, Tex., March 4, '92. Waco Hows: Our villago has been lost to the public for some timo. But we havo not been Bleopiug all this time, wo have boon studying tho cotton problem that is, how to raise the prico from fivo cents to a living maximum, but find it too hard for us, and rosolvo that wo, will raiso all wo can and try and burnt the market, and also to de crease tbe raurket valuo of candidates. But wo intend to stand by our Wor wiek Clark and givo him a rousing majority. Miss Dolina Horn, daughter of Oapt. Wm Horn, who has been quite siok for sorno time, is rapidly im proving Mr. Tom Garrott has been doing eomo fine fishing in the Bosquo rivor of lato. Yours truly, J. Dot. WAC0JEXA5- WAC0JEXA5- j-vwat HB TB .m onzaB sb. TTC a rzm iRIBBLE Bros. The Popular Grocers, 505 AUNtlu Avoimo CORDIALLY INVITE tho general publio to givo thorn a call. Thoy etrivo to ploaso both in quality of goods and in low priocs. Thoy offer a protty specialty this week in Shopp's colohratoil FRUIT PUDDING In one pound paokages. Every housekeeper should try it. They also offer to smokers tho indisputable and incontestable best 5 CENT CIGAR in tho city of Waoo, besides hundreds of other ohoioo goods. Ploaso givo us a call. GribMe Brothers, 505 AtiNtln Aronuo. THE EVENING NEWS Getting- Roady to Boom A Worthy and Excellent Enterprise. Tho Day of this morning oontained tho following: The afternoon paper, The Evening News, is about to improve itself all along tho lino. It is now a ohartered company, with Messrs. Ohristophor, Jones and Linthioum at tho holm. Now material has been ordered, part of whioh has arrived. In ordor to accommodate the improvement, house room has been leased in tho same block adjacent. The News is now 5 or G yoars old a'ud has improved steadily since its beginning. Having exclusive oontrol of the afternoon field its earnings aru sufficient to pay all expenses and leave a profit for its ownors. Tbe Day is pleased to groot tho evidonccs of entorpriso on tho part of its esteemed and worthy neighbor. Hoi For Velasco. A party consisting of Mr. J. R. Soales and wife and Mr. Alfred Scales, left this morning for Volasoo, via tho Brazos in a sale boat. Thoy wore fully equipped with arms, amunition and a full cargo of provisions for a long trip. Tho Scales Bros., are prominont commercial men who have been doing Texas for a New York house for the past three years, and have taken a holiday whioh will bo spont on tho plaoid bOBom of the beautiful Brazos and at tho promising new town of Velasco. The News wishes tho party bon voyage and a safe rctnrn. Before you ordor a new suit seo tho now and elegant suitings of tho spring of 1892 at Gabert Bros., largest and finest stock in tbe city. Consumers Kicking. At tho meeting of tho Waoo Liquor Dealers Association last night a number of proposals, from Fort Worth, St. Louis and other points, to furnish tho members ice, in car load lots, at a much less rate per ton than they are now paying for the home manufactured article wore read and placed on filo. Tho organization, to a member, are in favor of consuming ioo manufactured in Waoo, provided iti can be had at as low a rate as it can be procured elsowhcro. Thoy are now awaiting other proposals and when they are received a commit! eo will bo appointed to wait upon tho proprietors of the Waoo Ice Faotory and submit to them tho injustioo of the over ohargo to vhioh they olaim to bo subjected, and give tho home institution a ohanco to meet tho fig ures of the lowest foreign proposal, which if not done will result in great ly reducing tho output of Waoo manu factured ice. Thoy arguo that ioe can certainly be manufactured horo and sold as low as it can bo laid down hero from other oitics, and say thoy do not propose to pay more. A Serious Difficulty. A difficulty occurred this morning at Eddy, between Professor William Porter and Mr. John B. Mixson whioh resulted in the latter being seriously wounded in tho brcaBt. It is claimed that Mixson made disparaging ro marks about a lady friend of Por ter and a retraction was demanded. Sharp words followed and it is said a knifo was diawn by Mixson when Porter fired, tho ball ontering the breast of tho former, se riously if not fatally wounding him. Later. It is learned later that tho wounded man is resting easy and that his wound is not so serious as it was at first thought to bo and that ho will soon recover. A Sad Accident. Nows of tho sorious burning of lit tlo Ola Webb at tho residence of her paronte, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Webb, near Rosenthal was brought to town yesterday evening. Last Sunday'eve ning about dark the father and mother went to tho barn yard, tho farmer to food the stook and the lat tor to milk tho oows, and left their little five year old daughtor at tt.o house alone. They shortly afterwards heard hor sorcam and saw her run out and around tho house onvoloped in flumes, Thoy sueoeeded in catobing her and tearing tho burning garments from her littlo body, but not until, from her breast to tho bottoms of hor feet, sho was burned almost to a orisp. When last heard from tho littlo ono was still alivo but no hopes of her re covery are entertained. The News is, making oxtonsivo improvements in its apartments and within a week will invite its frionds to call around at tho old stand and see one of the neatest and moit at tractive newspaper offices in Texas. SPRICE nmmmn w -w insHffJui ruwuer. fcN & 2 L I V "- WlYlf . V rsVMLtSf . 17 1, 1 - lW MV ' J A i w Used in Millions of Homes40 Years the Standari 19 '.TIME XO WOKDBR When FINE FURNITURE can be bought at a lower price than was formerly asked for common. We are displaying a splendid line of PARLOR SUITS, elegant in designs of oriental luxury in uphol stery: BEDROOM SETS, adantcd in stvlc and size tn homes rf nnv dimensions; DINING ROOM OUTFITS, plain, medium and elabor ate ail fashionable material, new patterns and elegant finish. We have an 'elegant stock of the prettiest patterns of CARPETS ever shown in Waco, at prices never before known here. R.T. DENNIS &BRO. - 518 AUSTIN ST Transfers of Real Estate. Reported by tho Waco Abstract and Investment Company, Room 17 Prov ident Building, Waoo, Texas. W 11 Orman and wife to T and 0 Lovett, 47 1-2x194 feet, block B of Bell addition, S3G0.70 W J Ilobson to W D Harold, lot 10, block 91, Farwoll Heights addi tion, $300. W Q Christian and wifo to J.- L. Robinson, interest in 100 acros, J II Meok survey, $850. Total, March 8, 1892, 151,010.70. Dr. J. C. J. King. In our announcement oolumn will be found tho name of Dr. J. O. J. King, who is a candidate for alder man of tho Fourth ward. Dr. Kind's candidacy is not ono of his own seek ing, but was thrust as a public dntj upon him by his fellow citizens. Tho Young Men's Reform olub of his ward indorsed him unanimously and after urgent solicitations from many oitizona ho eonolnded to accept. Dr. King will not mako an notivo canvass, if any atall,belioving that it is for tho people to select whom thoy will to servo them. lie promises to serro them, if olooted, giving all tho timo and attention"1 necessary to tho dis charge of the duties of tho office That Dr. King will mako an oxcelleut councilman no ono who knows him will gainsay. Honest, upright, con scienoious; possessed of tho requisite preception to know his duty and tho oournge to porform it. M. King will surely eorve tho pooplo of tho Fourth ward creditably, to thorn and himsolf, This Campaign Year. Everybody must havo a reliable nowspaper. To koep fully informed of the successive Eteps hy whioh the impending politioal revolution of 1892 is wrought out, and tho means by whioh the coming Domooratio viotory is won, subscribo for The "Twioo-a-Wook" St, Louis Republic. Its read ers will get tho important nows at least half a weok earlier than any weekly paper can furnish it, and, at tho stmo timo, it is unsurpassed as a homo and family journal. The price is Only Ono Dollar a Year. Sub scribo now, or send for freo samplo copies. Address The IlEruiiLio St. Louis, Mo. A Card. To A. Aloxandcr: We, tho subscribers, votora of First ward, City of Waco, respectfully ask you to become a candidate for tho offioo of alderman of First ward, at the ensuing election in April. And wo promiso you our earnost support: B A Garvis, J B Pay no Chas Kopscll, J F Anderson, M Golding, I Joseph, J T Luther, J K Moore, L Llpman, A Wheelor,'Oharlos S Arona, W A Poage Louis PhillipawBki, Isaao Goldawsky, II E Conger, 0 Wyman, Chas Morrison, J Goldberg, J B Smith, E S Block, S Marx, R J Goode, G Kountbal, T A Naman, B Sanson, J W Taylor, R W An drows, J A Borry, Sam Novich, G Robinson, O P Rdunthal, J Robinson, G C Nettles, W H Leasing. All tho new styles suitings in color and fabrio at Gibort Bros., fashiona ble tailors, 110 South 4th street. E L WIMNS Watch, Clock and Jewelry Plain and Artistic Engraving. 620 Austin Avonuo. A Big Fight On Austin street in prioos of ohoap groceries Strictly For Cash. No doviation from this rulo under under any oiroumstanoos, 18 pounds granulated sugar $1; 51bs green coffee $1, 4 paokages ooffco 9O0. 1 doz. 300 matches for 25 j., Star to baoco 45o., Tiusloy N. L. tobacco 65o. Best, pat. flour $1.40, meal 55o., 25 bars good laundry soap $1, 21b. tomatoes 95c. per doz., 31b. to matoes $1.30 per doz., 231bs beans $1. Best uuoanvasscd hams lie, bran $1 per hundred. Many other artiolcs too numorous to mention but all goods in my store at prices in proportion. Remombor mo and bring vour cash and Bavo money. J. T. CHAMBERS, Gil Austin street. Election Proclamation. By virtuo of tho authority vested in me by law, I horoby order an election to bo held in tho city of Waco on tho first Tuesday in April, tho 5th day thereof 18g2 for tho election of a mayor and also ono alderman to rnpro fiont oaoh ward in tho city of Waco. Elcotion to bo held at tho following plaoos: First ward at tho city hall, presiding offioor, J II Torbett. Second ward at West End Firo sta tion, presiding olficor, J as. N. Harris. Third 'ward at Storo Eagan blook on Eighth street between Mary and Franklin stroets, prosiding offioer, Charles Motz. Fourth ward, at Central Fire station, presiding officer, M. M . BogireBs. Fifth ward at East Woco Firo sta Hon, presiding officer, W. D. Wallace. (Attested) C. O. MoCum,ocii, Jonev Jonks Mayor. City Secretary. m Mi Don't wait for tbe big boom now coming which will lift up prices, but take advantago of tho depression and buy a Gdo piano of J. B. Payne at about half prico. Cheap Buggies phae tons and carria ccfl bought at big reductions at tho S. A. Owens sheriff salo. Will bo Bold to custo mers at equal reduction in prices. Big ohanco. Tom Padgitt. ' Buy Egan's Blacksmith coal. im