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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH I6M&92.
City Cash Store. For a few day's only;! will acllyou lb granulated sugar for J1.00. 22 lb brown BUgar for $1.00. Nice ripo banauna's at lOats a dozen, Sweet orangoB at 25ots a dozon. Spare rips fresh at lOota por lb. Frosh salt wntor fish to arrivo ovory other day. Fresh vegetables every morning. Call at 0. J. MlliLitn'a for bargains, 717 AuBtin Ave. e.f.spifjpi, Paints g Oils, I A VWUUU XDecorsitionnLS, 404 Austin Street, Buy Egan's "Black Diamonds.'' m Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joe Lehman's. Egan's blaok diamonds" will soon givo way to "cool comfort," try him ere it is too late. r toKollum & Lawsonll3 S. 4 st. for lots in Col. Iieights Dookcry & Co., Aesuranoo Agents represent first rlass companies only. Every attention paid to plncmg risks. Give us a call at our new quarters in tho Provident building. Cummins 5 & 10 Cent Store. Chair scat lOo Wash pan 10c Cream pitcher lOo Sugar bowl lOo Butter dish lOo Slop bucket 4Uo Lamp chimney 5o tJood towel Big dipper 0 tumblers 6 goblets Sugar bucket , Child's swing 35o Mop handle 15o Dinnor bucket 25o lOo lOo 25o 25o 3no Good lantern Kitchen lamp Washboard Gallon buokot Callander Men's jackets Account book OOo. 40o 10c 10o 10c 25o 10c Box tooth pi'kslOo Good lamp ' 25o Fino siftor lOo Dish pan loo Fire shovol 5o Stovo polish 5c Oil can 15o Good combs lOo CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE, 703 Austin ave., bet. Gth and 8th sts. Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals will be received at tho offioo of city sooretary, to be open ed at 3 o'olock p. m. March 17th 1892, at tho City Hall, Waco, Texas, by tho mayor and btrcet committee, for furnishing all matorial and labor, and contracting approximately, 1500 lineal feet of six inch sanitary sowor, between Fourth and Fifth streets from Jefforson street to Marlboro Avenuo, 1450 lineal feet eight inch and 1250 lineal feet of six inoh sani tary sower, between Mary and Frank lin streets, extending from terminus of sanitary sewer between Seventh and Eighth streots to Fourteenth street. Profiles and specification on Gloat city enginoers office; tho right to reject any and all bids, is reserved by tho city council of the oity of Waoo. Attest: 0. C. McCorxooir, Joney Jo&ks, Major. City Storetary. LawBon'a pointer, crooked tail to Warren Lawson Lost, doe "Mike." Whito Pleaso return BQors.D. c u nrc OIlULO el "O, irt $ p1 f"TI j cywrt. r flV7M S ofJ0T5 0 k 5HDE5 - lHMfili "w " $ it a s .V "t a y,.. ' jawv S. i W& ' M '. .- r6- 1 ft S1 i' ? jy s m ) i iniv v mil - A & f 'A'ACn TF.X WAC0.TEXA5- it-.,. nmB (NIBBLES ffiROS- :rrzx r- The Popular Grocers, 005 Aimtiii Avoiltio 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, 005 Austin Avoiiiio. ALL OVEH TOWN. Election Proclamation. By virtuo of tho authority vested in me by law, I hereby order an election to bo held in tho city of Waco on the first Tuesday in April, tho 5th day thereof I8g2 for tho clcotion of a mayor and also one alderman to repre sent eaoh ward in tho city of Waco. Election to bo held at the following plaoes: First ward at the city hall, presiding officer, J H Torbott: Second ward at West End Firo sta tion, presiding officer, J as. N, Harris. Third ward at Store Eagan blook on Eighth street between Mary and Franklin streots, presiding officer, Charles Motz. Fourth ward, at Central Fire station, presiding officor, M. M . Bogeess. Fifth ward at Eost Waco Firo sta tion, presiding officor, W. D. Wallace. (Attested) C. C. MoOum.och, Joney Jones Mayor. City Sooretary, The Gbert Bros , have the largest and finest stock of new spring suit ings over brought to Waoo. They employ the most skillful workmen in Texas" and guaranteo perfect fits. Call and givo them an order and bo well dressed. St. Patrick's day, in the evening. Prof M. T. Edgorton and Mr. J. H. Maxon, tho Waoo delegates to tho State Epworth League, at Dallas, lei t last night for that oity. Tho newly orginizod Geysor City band will go to West next Friday and givo a concert together with tho Lone Star band of that place. But two oases ocoupied the atten tion of the mayor's court this morn ing. Arthur and James Scott wore fined $5 each for intoxication. Tho regular moeting which should havo been held last Monday night was postponed till 4:.il) this afternoon, on acoount of tho ico question about which so muoh has been said. Tho Waco Cotton Exohango will me"t this evening at tho office of E. P. Woodward, but their deliberations aro strictly secret and honco no news can bo givon to the public Doferred till Tuesday, Maroh 22nd, our second grand opening. Don't forgot the dato. J. Hansel, Wood Shoe & Clothing Co. Furniture apd Carpets, W 'IW-Mx jggi - i'!(T Hi ' rfllfc.ri.i -? When FINE FURNITURE can be bought; at a lower price than was formerly asked for common. We arc 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 ANNIVERSARY Good oountry butter 20ots at J. A. Earlv'sJ pound For Sale. Threo horses, one ten-horso power ongino and boiler and a lot of shelving and storo fixturos. Cheap and on good terms. Moore B3os. An Explanation. Tho patrons of The News have had cause to oomplain of its delivery for the past week and we desire to sub mit this statement in explanation of the maiter: For nearly a week too machinery has been torn down in moving it to another building and yesterday afternoon just as we wore ready to go to press, tho engino broke and oonscquontlv dolayod tho lFStie very muoh. We hopo our friends will edoroiso a little toloiation for a day or two longer when we promise to de liver it to them earlier than over be fore. News Puuijshino Co. Of McLonnan County Lodge of Odd Fellows. Tho fifteenth anniversary of Mc Lennan Lodge No. 241, I. 0. 0. F , will be hold at Odd Follows hall South Third stroot, on Tuesday evening, Maroh 22, 18q2. The programmo is as follows : Praver Rev. Wm. Wilson Do Hart. Instrumental Solo Miss M. Rey nolds. History MoLonnan Lodge Capt. T. A. Blair. Vocal Solo Miss E. Burgess. Reoitation Miss Laura Yates. Address Judge M. D Herring. Instrumental Solo Miss Hallio Tarver. Reoitation Miss Emma DeZouche. Vocal Solo Miss Eva Darrow. Reoitation Miss Paulino Carring ton. Instrumental Solo Miss E. Loyd. Address Hon. Joo W. Taylor. A cordial invitation to tho public John B Tulws, Chairman Com. of Arragcmonts. Mrs. Kato Lawson is at present the superintendent of tho consignors de partment of tho Woman's Exchange uiid Mrs. Jas. Davis has ohargo of the eating department. Lunch from 10 cents to 35 cents. Deferred till Tuesday, Maroh 22od, our seoond crand oponine Don't forgot the dato. J. Hansel Wood Shok & Clotlinq Co. Before you order a new suit soo tho now and elegant suitings of tbo spring of 1892 at Gabert Bros., largost and finest stock in tne city. Joe Lehman's for loo cream and oonfeotionorios 117 South Fourth street. For sale, cabbage plants lot next to postoffice. Prof. Fulton's entertainment at tho city hall tonight rain or bhine. DRDDIPE v am Baking UdPowdeK DAVID B. HILL. Used in Millions of Homes 4o Years the Standaoi Several Tlinuauiul IVuplu C. rod 111m nt IMitIiIIiui. Meridian, Miss., March 10. Sovcral thousand peoplo assembled in Meridian when the train bearing Senator Hill and pai ty lolled into tho city. Ho was re ceded by tho music of tho bauds nnd n salute of iiiuskotry from tho Mississippi Southerns, a military oiganizatiou of Meridian. Senator Hill was inhoducud by Captain W. H. Hardy, chairman of tho citizens' committee, a3 follows: "Friends and follow citizens: I havo tho ple.isuro of introducing to you the great Democratic leader who novor leads but to victory and who never won n vic tory but for the people. Ho is pre-eminently tho great exponent of tho old Democratic doctrine that all political power is inherent in tho peoplo. Hence there is in his political creed no place for force bills, no countenance for rulo of plutocracy, but that tho will of tho peoplo is tho supremo law that should guido and govern official conduct of all men in public situations. Chccis. Today all oyes aro tinned to him and the great nnd wise loador, under whoso banner the Demociatic hosts of this country shall march to victoiy next Novembor, and not only that but whon that great victory shall bo won, it will be a permanent ono to contiuuo jeai after year and term nfter term, after this government shall bo restoied to thnt glorious career begun under our fathers, and so go onward and upward till it reaches that great destiny which in' the providence of God awaits tho bravo, -virtuous and freo, Mississippi's guest, tho Hon. David B. Hill." Chews. Senator Hill spolto briefly nnd forcibly on im tional political issues and was loudly cheered. Ho denounced tho forco hill and billion dollar cougioss, and said the people would pronounce against tho Ito publican party in tho coining election. Cheers. AHliplst CuiltUM'll. Sedalia, Mo., March 10. Detective Kinney has returned from Houston, Tex., nnd in reference to tho man hold thoro for tho Taylor outrage, said: "Tho negro now in custody at Houston an swers the description of the rapist more minutely than any capturo made yet. I am strongly inclined to boliovo we now havo tho right man. His naino is Wnsh McClelland. Ho says ho was nrrested on tho cliargo of burglary, having robbed a clothing storo tho 29th. Tho insolent negroo'H cutting speech and tho details of his np- pearanco make mo tlnnk no is the man Davis. When tho oflicers went to tnkn his picturo ho resisted desperately nnd said ho would die first, nnd wa got no picture. n nmcd -rnrco'.-mm. Tiffin. O.. March 10. Wnltnr Snv. der, confidential clerk in Naylor & Co.'s Hardware storo, snot His two employes, Edward J. Naylor and Burton Crobaugh ' and T. W. Downey, a follow clork, and then shot himself. Ho was undoubtedly insano. Snydor was worth $20,000 in real estate Last woolr tho firm took two of ite clerks into partnership, leav ing Snjder out, which preyed on his mind so that ho called Crobaugh and Naylor to look at an oxpress package- v had received, and while- examining it ho shot them. Downey rushed to the rescue nnd received threo bulleta in Ids body, Tho streets nro thronged in front of tho Btoio where- tho bloody work was dono. All men save- Snydor aro married and havo families. L. WINANS FCR Watch, Clock and Jewelry Eai I Xfc USTO. Plain and Artistic Engraving. 620 Austin Avonuo. A Big Fight On Austin street in prioos ol ohoap groceries Strictly For Cash. No deviation from thio rulo undor under uny cirouinstanoos, 18 pounds granulated sugar $1; 5 lbs green coffee $1, 4 packages coffee 9 Oo. 1 doz. 300 matches for 253., Star to baooo 45c-., Tinsloy N. L. tobaooo 5 5o. Best pat. flour $1.40, meal 55o., 26 bars good laundry soap 81, -sib. tomatoes Due. por doz., dlb. to matoes 81 30 por doz., 231bs beans $1. BoBt utioanvasBcd hams Ho., bran $1 per hundred. Many other articles too numoroua to mention but all goods in my storo at prices in nronortion. Remember m o and bring your cash nnd savo mouoy . Gil Austin strcot. FALL & PUCKETT Funeral Directors, No. 423 Franklin Street. SKILLFUL -.--EMBALMERS. Go to Kellum & Lawson for lots in Provident addition. A Mfstery Explained. Tho papers contain ficqucnt noti ces of rich, pretty and eduoated girls eloping with negroes, tramps and ooaohmon, Tho well-known special ist, Dr. Franklin Milei'; soys all suoh girls are worn or lees hysterical, ner vous, very impulsive, unbalanced; usually subject to headache, neuralgia, ilfeplosstiesH, immoderate orjing or laughiDg. These show a weak ner vous system for whioh thero is no remedy equal to Rebtorativo Norvino. Trial bottle and a hue hook, contain ing many marvelous euro, free at II. C. Illsher & Co'b., who also sell, and guurantre Dr. Miles celebrated New Heart Cure, tho finest of heart tonics, Caros fluttering, short breath, etc.3 ( L! f- vJ fui M fi w BitM 8 PS r &M ; i ft- :t 4T YW 11 ?? r; I' '! V 1 !: ' m Ji ?r i f ft r 1 1 j 3 fSi r-ti 4 hiU t t l en UH1