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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 1 5 1892.
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Furpiture apd Garpets.
City Cash Store.
For a fcr day's onIy-will sellyou
10(loz.cgg3for$t.Ou.J
20 lb granulated aujrar for $1.00.
22 lb brown sugar for $ 1 00.
Nice ripo banauna's at loots a dozen.
Sweet oriingos at 25ots a dozen,
Spare rips fresh at lOotB porlb.
Fresh salt water fish to arrive ovory
other day.
Fresh vcireUblos evory mominir. Call
at 0. J Mim,kii's for bargains, 7I7
Austin Ave.
shoes
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IDecozcatloris.
404 Austin Street,
3uy Esan's "Blaok Diamonds."
Straight
dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joe
Lehman s.
Egan's black diamonds" will soon
give way to "cool comfort," try him
ere it is too late.
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to Kellum & Lawson 113 S. 4
at. for lotB in Col. Heights
Dookery & Co., Assurance Agents
represent first rlass companies only.
Evory attention paid to plucmg risks.
Give us a call at our now quarters in
the Provident building.
Cummins
Chair scat Iflo
Wash pan 10c
Cream pitcher lOo
Sugar bowl lOo
Butter dish 10c
Slop bucket 4()o
Lamp chimney 5o
Good towel lOo
Big dippor lOo
(5 tumblers 25o
6 goblets 5J5o
Sugar buoket 13 5 0
Child's swing 35c
Mop handle loo
5 & 10 Cent Store.
Good lantern
Kitchen lamp
Washboard
Gallon buokot
(Jollandor
Men's jackets
Account book
OOo.
40o
lOo
lOo
10c
25o
lOo
25o
lOo
15o
5o
5c
15o
10c
CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE,
703 Austin avo bot. Gth and 8th sts.
Box tooth pi'kslOo
Good lamp
Fino sifter
Dish pan
Fire shovel
Stove poli6h
Oil can
Dinner buoket 25o (Good oombs
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at
tho office of city secretary, to bo open
ed at 3 o'clock p. rn. March 17th
1892, at tho City Hall, Waco, Texas,
by tho mayor and street committee,
for furnishing all matorial and labor,
and contracting approximately, 1500
lineal feet of six inch sanitary sewor,
between Fourth and Fifth streets
from Jefforfcon street to Marlboro
Avenue, 1450 lineal feet eight inch
and 1250 lineal foot of six inoh sani
tary sowor, botween Mary and Frank
lin streets, extending from teiminus
of sanitary sowor between Seventh and
Eighth streets to Fourteenth street.
Profiles and specification on file at city
engineers office; tho right to rejeot
any and all bids, is roservad by tho
city counoil of the city of Waco.
Attest: O. C. McCuLLOOii,
Jonev Jonks, Major.
City Secretary.
Lost,
doe "Mike."
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WACD..TEXA5-
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The Popular Grocers,
505 Austin Avcmio
Firstclass goods.
Low prices.
Prompt delivery.
All the novelties.
All the delicacies.
Fresh vegetables daily.
All the fruits and nuts.
Give us a call.
.Gribble Brothers,
505 AllNtln Avoiuio.
Election Proclamation.
By virtuo of tho authority vested in
me by law, I hereby order an eleotion
to be held in tho city of Waoo on tho
first Tuesday in April, tho 5th day
tnereot iogz tor tho election ot a
mayor and also one alderman to repre
sent each ward in the- city of Waco.
Election to be held at tho following
places:
First ward at the city hall, presiding
officer, J H Torbett
Second ward at West End Firo sta
tion, presiding officer, J as. N. Harris.
Third ward at Storo Eagin block on
Eighth street between Mary and
Franklin streets, presiding officer,
Charles Motz.
Fourth ward, at Central Fire station,
presiding officer, M. M . BoggeBs.
Fifth ward at East Waco Fire sta
tion, presiding officer, W. D. Wallace.
(Attested) C. C. MoCuu.oon,
Jonky Jones Mayor.
City Secretary,
ALL OVElt TOWN.E&
When FINE
FURNITURE
STATE EPWORTH LEAGUE.
Lawson's
jointor, crooked tail.
to Warron Lawson.
Pleuso
White
return
FlrBt Convention In Dallas To-Mor-row
Evening.
The first oonvontion of tho State
Epworth leaeuo will convene in tho
First Methodist ohuroh, Dallas, to
morrow. Rev. H. A. Baurland, D. D., 0
WTaoo will preaoh tho oponing "sitmon
at 8 p. m. to-morrow after which the
program covering a threo days meet
ing will bo announced and takon up.
Bishop Key, of Fort Worth, wil'
preside.
The Epworth league is an organiza
tion aimular to tho Christian En
deavor society and the first stato
meetincr nromises to be ouo of extra
ordinary interest.
Professor M. T. Edgerton and Mr.
J. II. Maxon are tho only dolegatf s
who will attend tho stato meotinp,
and they lcavo in oompany with Dr.
Bourland to-night.
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Dr. Geo. P. Maun, dentist. Full
sett of upper or lower teeth, $12 50,
For Sale.
Three horsoB, one ten-horso power
ongino and boiler and a lot of sholving
and storo fixtures. Cheap and on
good tonus. Mookk Baos.
Mr. J. C. Fiolds, of tho Slayden
Kirksoy Woolen Mills, has gracefully
withdrawn from the race for alderman
of tho Third ward.
The grand jury returned yesterday
evening thirtj -nino indictments,
thirty of whioh were for misdemeanors
and nino for felonies.
The News is sorry to announoo the
serious Illness of Mrs. S. J. Quay, wifo
of the city circulator of this paper,
and wi&hes her a speedy recovory.
Policeman W. T. Bripgs, who was
badly bruised while on his way homo
from a visit to his mother-in-law in
Northern Texas, is so far recovered as
to be able to be out on orutohes.
A case of forciblo entry and de
tainer, styled Mrs. C. Flanagan vs.
William Russell v. us tried today in
Justice J. N. Gallagher's court. A
verdiot of guilty was rendered.
The contraot for tho construction of
a new hotel, Hotel Paltno, has been
let and construction began to-day.
The plans wero drawn and tho work
will be superintended by Arohitcot
8. P. Horbcrt.
Mr. A. E. Kiersky, of the firm of
Itico & Kiersky, nas returned from an
extended visit to eaetcrn cities on
business and pleasure. Whilo away
ho visited his old homo whero ho had
not been for 21 years, and met many
of his boyhood friends. Ho reports
that Texas, of all tho states visited, is
tho state for Kiersky.
Jones, Thompson & Co., is tho
name of a new firm organized in Waco
to carry on a bro'corago buBinoss.
Tho firm is oomposed of Travis F.
Jones, H. M. Thompson and W. H.
Gibson, and thoy are prepared to
handle all kinds of stock, notes, bonds
and all kinds of securities. These
gentlemen are well known in Waco
and other oitics. Their office is in tho
Provident building.
Tho oaso in the county court, styled
A. Y. Houston vs. A. Kirsohner, was
again continued yesterday morning.
Tho defondant was ready and anxious
for a trial, but on account ol a
technicality could not got a trial
This is one of five cases for damages,
of $500 each, for selling liquors to a
minor, Tho other parties against
whom cases have been filed arc T. B.
Wuite, two cases, Georgo Levy ono
case and John Blom one oaso.
A committee of prominent ootton
buvers. composed of Messrs. G.
Rosenthal, Dr. Naman, Ben Davidson,
Jake Naman, John Berry and lorn
Davidson moots every morning at the
Capital Sample Uooms to disouss
questions for tbo benefit of tho craft,
ovorything in general and politios in
particular. When they all get to talk
nig at onoo thoir conglomerated voices
can be distinctly heard for a blook
awav. The club has deolared in
favo'r of Geortre Clark lor govornor.
They say ibey intend to seo that Texas
is turned loose.
can be bough" at a lower price than
was formed v asked for common. We are displaying a splendid line
of PARLOR SUITS, elegant in designs of oriental luxury in uphol
stery; BEDROOM SETS, adapted in style and size to homes of any
dimensions; DINING ROOM OUTFITS, plain, medium and elabor
ate all 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
Mr. Laey Declines.
Waco, Texas, March 12, 1892.
Mr J It. Downs, Chairman Yonnj; Man's Itc
form Clnti.
Di:ar Sin: O-ving to personal
reasous I must decline tho hearty and
unanimous endorsemont your club
gavo mo for mayor of tho oity of Waco.
As a member of tho city council, if
elected, I Bhall endeavor to assist in
oarrying out the wiso ideas of roform
suggested by your club.
Thanking you for your kind con
sideration I am,
Ecspootfully,
W. D. Laov.
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County Court.
Si Johnson, who was once known in
Waao as a thorough business man and
an exemplary citizen was adjudged
insano yestorday in tho county court.
Tho case of A. S. Foster va. The
City of Waoo, a suit for $900 dam
ages for injury to plaintiff 's proper
ty on South Second street by reason
of the construction of the Dummy
railroad. This oaso was tried at tho
last term of this court and judginont
rendered in favor of tho plaintiff for
the amount sued for. A motion for a
now trial was granted and tho oaso is
now boing triod on its merits. Tho
defendant is represented by City At-
tornoy John F. Flint and Clark, Dyor
& Bouncer, and tho plaintiff by
Itiohard I. Monroo and R H. Kings
bury. COLORED" CI 1IZENS
Watch, Clock and Jewelry
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Plain
and Artistic Engraving;.
520 Austin Avonuo.
aJltBakin
rowaer:
Moot In Convention at the Cour
House.
Thero was a meeting of colored
citizens in the district court room last
night. L. M. Sublott was oleoted
chairman and"H. T. VValkor soorotary.
The convention as first organized
was a Republican body for tho dis
cussion of party interests. Itiohard
Folson, It T. Thompson, B.J. Henry,
Bnn Wallaco and others addressed
the mooting and after speaking
at length on tho great question of tho
Lilv'VVhites vb. tho shady sido of the
Republican Party, tho meeting ro
solved itsolf into a niaes mooting on
tho good of tho oity. Sublott still
presided, but Walker wis suocecded
by Jake Green, a mulatto kid. The
bubjoots of oity politics in general and
oolored schools m particular wero dis
cussed with more vehomonco than
luoidncss, but tho fact was gleaned
that tho oolored people were, in tbo
opinion of the speakers, cramped in
their sohool rooms, and bavo not a
sufficient number of teachers. A
oemotory was also demanded.
The meeting adjourned at a late
hour after organizing permanently and
agreeing to hold wookly meetings.
Tho Gabert Bros,, havo tho largest
and finest stock of now spring suit
inga ever brought to Waoo. They
employ tho most skillful workmen in
Tcxas'and guarantoo perfeot fits. Call
and givo them an order and bo well
dressed.
A Big Fight
On Austinstrcot in prices of cheap
grocories
Strictly For Cash.
No doviation from this rule under
under any oiroumstanoes,
18 pounds granulated sugar $1; Dibs
green ooffeo $1, 4. paokages ooffco 9O0.
1 doz. 300 matches for 25o., Star to
bacco 45o., Tiusloy N. L. tobaooo 55o.
Best pat. flour $1.40, moal 55o., 25
bars good laundry soap $1.
21b. tomatoes 'Joe. por doz., olb. to
matoes $1 30 por doz., 231bs beans $1.
Best unctitiVHBBcd hams lie, bran
$1 per hundred.
Many othor artioles too numerous to
mention but all goods in my etoro at
prices in proportion. Romombor mo
and bring vour cash and save money.
" J. T. UHAMBKRS,
Gil Austin street.
FALL & PUCKETT
1 ft, iTfiri if rmi.' nn"-wfT--r 1
The Sherman paper ocoupies near
ly a column eulogizing Prof. Fulton'e
lleadiugs in that city last week.
Joe Lehman's for ice orearn and Wtm
oonfcotionor'ios 117 8outh Fourth
' street.
For sale, cabbage pltnta lot next to fjk Wmp
Prof. Fulton's entertainment at the Etl S2&T
H . IMMI
I " " U in Millions of HomeS--4D Years the StandsiiL I .Jfctk 1
Shado and fruit trees for a few days
zer. Lot next post ollice,
Funeral Directors,
No. 423 Franklin Street.
SKILLFUL -
EMBALMERS.
Go
to Kollum & Lawson for lota
in Provident addition.
A Mystery Explained.
Tho papers contain frequent noti
ces of rich, pretty and educated girls
eloping with negroes, tramps and
coachmen. Tho wfll-known special
ist, Dr. Franklin Miles, says all suoh
girls aro more or less hystorioal, ner
vous, very impulsive, unbalanced;
usually subject to headache, neuralgia,
eleoplcssness, immoderate crying or
laughlug. These show a weak nor
vousByutcm for which there is no
remedy equal to Restorativo Norvine.
Trial bottlo and a fino book, contain
ing many marvelous euro , free at
II. C. llisher & Go's., who also sell,
and guarantoo Dr. Miles celebrated
New Heart Cure, tho fincBt of heart
tonics. Cures flattering, short breath,
etc.
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