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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 21 892.
BOOTS,
BOOTS .
Fufpitufe apd Carpets.
SHOES
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Telephone or call at 0. J. Miller's
for fresh strawberries, banannas,
Florida orarges, California oranges;
1 for vogotablos, such as asparagus,
oaulaflower, celory, iipo tomatoes,
beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, greens
cto. Fresh salt water fish every Tues
day and Friday's, No. 717 Austin
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Decoreuticms,
404 Austin Street,
Buy Bgan's "Blaok Diamonds."
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joo
Lob. man's.
Egan'B blaok diamonds" will soon
give way to "cool comfort," try him
ere it is too late.
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to Kollum & Lawson 113 S. 4
st. for lots in Col. Heights
Dookery & Co., Assurance Agents
represent first rlass oorapanieB only.
Every attontiou paid to plucmg risks.
Give us a call at'our'uew quarters in
the Provident building.
Cummins 5 & 10 Cent Store.
Chair seat lOo
Wash pan lOo
Cream pitchorlOo
Sugar bowl lOo
Butter dish lOo
Slop buoket 40o
Lamp obimncy Do
Good l.uitern
Kitchen lamp
Washboard
Gallon buoket
Collandor
Men's jackets
Aeoount book
00c.
40o
lOo
lOo
10c
25o
lOo
Good towel lOo
Big dipper lOo
tumblers 25o
6 goblets 5J5o
Sugar buoket 35 o
Child's swing 35o
Mop handlo 15q
Dinner buoket 25o
CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STOEE,
703 Austin ave., bet. Gth and 8th sts.
Box tooth pi'ks lOo
Good lamp
Fine sifter
Dish pan
Fire shovol
Stove poliEh
Oil oan
Good combs
2no
10c
15e
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Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of oity secretary, to bo opon
d at 3 o'olook p. ra. Maroh I7th
1892, at tho Oity 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 sower,
between Fourth and Fifth streets
from Jefferson streot to Marlboro
Avonuo, 1450 linoal feet eight inch
and 1250 lineal foot of six inch sani
tary sewer, between Mary and Frank
lin streets, extending from terminus
of sanitary sower botweon Seventh and
Eighth streets to Fourteenth street.
Profiles and specification on filo at city
engineers office; tho light to rejeot
any and all bids, is reserved by tho
city oounoil of the oity of Waoo.
AttoBt: O.'C McCoiiLOOii,
Joney Jonks, Major.
City Scoretary.
Lost.
Lawson's dog "Mike," Whifp
pointer, orooked tail.. Pleaso return
to Warren Lawson.
For Sale.
Throo horsos, one ten-borso power
ongino and boiler and a lot of shelving
and storo fixtures. Cheap and on
good terms. Mooue Bnos.
JoeLohman'a for ioo oream and
oonfeotionoriofl 117 South Fourth
Btroet.
For sale, cabbage plants lot noxtto
poBtoffice.
Prof. Fulton's entertainment at the
oity hall tonight rain or shine.
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The Popular Grocers,
505 Austin Avonuo
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 Avonuo.
Some of Waco's best talent take
part in the Odd Fellows' entertain
ment tomorrow night. Freo td all.
Lack & Greenberg", morchan
tailors, 4144- Austin streot are pret
pared to do the very finest work in
their lino. Give them a call.
Tho Odd Fellows have spairod no
P3ius in getting up thnir programme.
Give them your piesonoo lomonow
night at their hall. Free.
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A New Establishment.
Messrs. Lack & Greenberg, two of
tho most skilful! tailors in tho city,
Juve opened up at 414J- Austin stieet
where tboy will be glad to see their
friends and take thoir orders for fino
spring suits. They do fine work, give
perfect fits and are ablo to please tho
most fastidious. Give them an order
and they will bo suro to pleaso you.
Resigned.
.Capt. M. B. Davis, who has for a
long time past rendered suoh valuablo
servioo as oity editor of Tho Day, has
resigned that position and is - super
seded by Mr. W. G. Soaver, late of
the Fort "Worth Gazette. In this
sovranoe our neighbor aoross the way
has lost a diligent and capable mem
ber of its stair, and while its new ac
quisition will bo heartily welcomed and
his productions doubtless eorroot,
instructive and edifying, yet tho read
ers of the morning paper will miss the
torsoness and peculiarly fascinating;
style of the only and original M, B.
Davis, and regret tho necessity for his
retirement from that paper. Mr.
Davis will retain his position as ooiro
spondont of tho Galveston-Dallas
News, St. Louis Globo-Demoorat and
other outside papers and will continuo
his inveterate search tor a "scoop."
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You are cordially invited to attend
the Fifteenth anniversary of McLen
nan Lodge I. 0. 0. F. tomorrow night.
Nice programme. Free.
Try Egan's $5.56 Lump coal..
ALL OVEK TOWN.
Your presenoo is rcquestod at Odd
Fellows hall tomorrow night. Free.
A gang of bridge builders are at
work roplaoing faulty timbers in tho
suBponsion bridge.
Huff Taylor was finded $5 and oosts
last Saturday by Justico, J, N. Galla
gher for oursing and swearing.
By orders of the mayor, special
policeman J. J. Jergin,, of Sand
Townbrat, was relieved of his commis
sion and consequently from duty as an
officer.
There will be an important meet
ing of Tho ElkB' lodge at the olub
rooms tomorrow night. Tho regular
annual olootion of officers will take
place.
There will bo a mass meeting in
the Fifth ward tonight. It is Planned
for alderman only but the other can
didates will, no doubt, bo presont in
full force.
Fifty-five young lady studon'ts of
Baylor university took advantage of
tho gonoroas offer of Mr. Tom Padgitt
and took a plungo at tho natatorium
Saturday morning. Tho pool was
given to tnem exclusively.
Tho artesion well at College Heights
was turned on all day yesterday and
tho street cars oi the Hobson lino
wero crowded with passengers going
out, anxious to see tho magnifioent
flow and with others, delighted with
what they had soon, ooming baok.
Loo Prico, tho negro who was fined
at tho last term of the county com;
$2,000 for threats to take life, and
who ' was also , placed under a peace
bond, was brought into town Satur
day and turned ovor to Shetiff Dan
Ford, by Mr. 0. Darwin who was
suroty on Jjtbo poaoo bond, and upon
whose farm he was working out his
heavy fine.
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County Court.
The caso of S. T. Norris vs. The
Citizens Railway company is on trial
today in the county court. This is a
suit for $000 damages for injuries
olaimed to havo been reoeived by
plaintiff whilo alighting from defend
ant's car. Tho defendant oompany
answers that the plaintiff was huit
through his own culpable negligonco
in not waiting for tho oar to stop be
fore alighting, and henco is not en
titled to reoover.
Tho plaintiff is represented by Capt.
T. A. Blair and Mr. L. W. Campbell
and tho defendant by Col. John L.
Dyor.
Rain or Shlno
Our seoond grand opening will "go
off" tomorrow (Tuesday,) Let every
body oomo.
J. Hansel Wood Shoe & Clothing
Co.
Tho Odd Fellows havo a nloo pro
eramme for tomorrow night. Don't
miss hoaring it. Free.
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WE SHQUftdDEI TME pSPQUSBPbiTY
OF TELLING YOU THAT FOR
Ef eganj Fupnita i Carpels
Our store is way ahead of any place you have seen.
The designs of the present season arc exceptionally fine
and the materials used are the best and most substantial to
be obtained. Our stock embraces all of the newest patterns '
in every line of furniture, and you will be surprised at the
handsome display we are making. Our $18 Bedroom Suits
are the best for the money ever offered. Our Side Boards
are cheaper than ever known. Call, and be convinced.
R. T. DENNIS &BRO.
518 AUSTIN ST
BPBICE
Bakin
Powder:
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years tne StandadL-
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THE HOTEL RQYlVL SOLD.
Messrs. Whittlnghlll& Phillips Soil
out to Mr. Q. H. Bussee.
Lato Saturday aftornoon Messrs,
Wbittinchlll & Phillips proprietors
of the Hotel Royal sold that popular
hostoleiy to Mr. G-. H. Bussee of
Montarcy, Mexico. The1 transfer will
be made on April 1? Tho rotiring
proprietors havo beon in Waco only a
few months but in that time haro
made a lrrge circle of friends who
will johi The News in hoping that
they will embark in some other onter
piiee and remain in Waco.
Mr. Bussoo the now proprietor is a
hotel man of long cxperionco and will
no doubt koop the lloyal up to its
high standard of oxcellcnoo.
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Serious Difficulty.
Two notorious colored womon, Ella
Rico and Mit MoGowan, had a diffi
culty Saturday night at a danco in
Sand Town in which Mit was sorious
ly slashri with a razor. Ella skipped
out and has not yet beon hoard from.
Tho woman who was out in tho fraoas
is said I o be seriously if not dange
rously hurt.
Died.
Yesterday aftornoon at 1:30 at tho
rcBidenco of his brothor-in-law, Mr.
Luther Floyd, 82T North Fifteenth
street, James E. Ycunco, Deceased
was 23 yoars of age. The remains
wero interred at tho Bosquovillo ceo
e'zry this aUornoon at 4 o'clock, Rev.
J. II. Appello officiating.
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Confederate Veterans.
There will bo an informal gathering
of members of Pat Cleburne camp at
tho oity hall tonight to meet Comrade
Cunningham of Tennessee All frionds
to tho veterans and confederates who
aro not oomrades aro invited to be
prosont.
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, Fine Work.
Never in tho history of Waoo was
there such a stock of bnggies display
ed as can bo found at Tom Padgitt's
Tho finest work, tho latest styles and
tho lowest prices. No trouble to
show them. Call and see for yoursolf.
One hund red vehiolesin display room
Marriago lioonses wero issued today
by County Clerk John W. Baker to
E. B. Banton and Miss Maggie Jones,
and to J. M. Stokes and Mrs, Y. A.
Clifton.
Lack & Greenberg, merchant
tailors, 414 1-2 Austin street, invito
you to call and give thorn an order
for a suit. They promise superior
workmanship and tho greatest pains
to. pleaso.
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If you would bo well and elegantly
dressed order your suits from Gabert
Bros. New style goods, stylish trim
mings and perfect fits at Gabert Bros.,
i'ashionablo tailors, 110 South 4th
street.
I L WIMNS
FOR
FiFstafass Quapanteed
Watch, Clock and Jewelry
K?K-A. 1 1 ING.
Plain and Artistic Engraving-.
620 Austin Avonuo.
A Big Fight
On Austin streot in priocB of ohoap
groceries
Strictly For Cash.,
No deviation from this rulo undor
under any circumstances,
18 pounds granulated sugar $1; 51ba
green ooffoo $1, 4 paokages ooffco oOc.
1 doz. 300 matches for 25s., Star to
baooo 45o., Tinsloy N. L. tobaooo 55o.
Best pat. Hour $1.40, meal 5fo., 25
bars good laundry soap $1,
21b. tomatoes OOc. per doz., 31b. to
matoes $1.30 por doz., 231bs beans $1.
Best unoanvassed hams Ho., bran
$1 per hundred.
Many othor articles too numorous to
mention but all goods in my store at
prices in proportion, llomombor mo
and bring your cash and fiavo money.
J. T. CHAMBERS,
611 Austin street.
FALL & PUCKETT
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Funeral Directors,
No. 423 Franklin Street.
SKILLFUL --:-EMBALMERS.
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to Kellum & Lawson 113 S.
4th St. for farms & ranches,
FOR SALE,
1000 acre farm, COO in cultivation,1 all
first class prairio land. Ton houses,
barns, sheds, wells and ono novor
faijing spring.
Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400
aores each, and many others chep
and on easy terms.
RANCHES.
Rangingiu number of acres of 320, 500
12C 0, 1400, I860 and 3,000, situated
ntsfWaco. We can soil special br
ga ns in bou6cs, lots and business
ptoperty.
Bell & Sassaman,
Heal tista o 'nil Rontal Agonts, 111
South Fourth streot, Waco, Texas.
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