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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 23 1892.
BOOTS b BOOTS . 1- j$ms Fufpituf e apd Car pets. 5H0K Telephone or call at O. J. Miller's for fresh alrawborries, banannas, Florida orarges, California orangesj for vegetables, such as asparagus, oaulaflower, celery, ripe, tomatoes, bcetB, carrots, turnips, radishos, greens etc Fresh salt water fish ovory TueB day and Friday's, No. 717 Austin street. ol ft rtl Ei W miLihk.vr Aifffr 1 w Mw' 4Fl wLd wfc Bar 1 Hi vSiW nf I w Js TJ FlJ mJLt I rSrl Oil ITfe I a i Paints t Oils gJCN D IU 1 Decorations, 404 Austin Street, - Wll APER THE SHOW TQDAl Tilt: SUCONI EDITION OF THE OPEMNC. A I.nrgo Number of Vtsiiorit In Spite of the Urowils Ycatorday and the Jlud AVcuthcr Today. The visitors to the beautiful show at J. Hansoll Wood Shoo aud Cloth ing Co, storo was not exhausted yes terday, though thoy continued to tbo closing of tho doors at 9 o'oloek last night. All day todav there has been a considerable number of visitors, even among the ladies, in spite of tho weather. It has been another day of light musio and flowers, and tho pub lic seems to take the opening as a complimentary invitation to oome and inspect tho stook and oecomo cus tomers, and tho pains taken to make the visit pleasant strikes everybody favorably. Prof. JBao'mer's orchestra discoursed beautiful musio all day to day again, and proprietors and olerks acted as polite usherB to entertain vis itors and call attention to the im mense etook of goods of which they may well bo proud This favorite clothing and. gonts furnishing houso has been winning laurels for a year past, but this second grand opening is tho coup de etat. J. Hansell Wood is a genius, and his rtock of fino goods the talk of Waco. A SWORD IN A STICK. Captured by tho Officers A Night Adventure. H. D. Harrigan, a young man of oome sfyle of mako up, was "doing tho oity," lo"st night, in oompany with others ot his own sort. He visited most of the places of unqustioned dis approbation and announced that he was propared to do battle in any or no cause. Ho oariied in his hand a oane which proved to bo a combina tion, ItB handlo was of born carved into a dog's head and by touohing a tiny button a keen steel rapior, tho point of whioh was as sharp as a fino needle, and tho blado of whioh was long as the stiok could bo drawn. This ho drew now and tneu and explained that although a wound inflicted by it would not bo deep as a well or wide as an open door, would answer to make worm's nieat of anyone who opposed him. Tn hiB progress he mot Deputy 'Sheriffs Lee Jenkins and Press rftandifor, aud thoy took him in, cutting off his triumph boforo mid night and leaving tho balance of tho time before daylight for reflection. Ho gavo bail to answer tho charge of unlawfully carrying ooncealod and deadly woapons. Clark club at tho court bouBe Fri day night. The Elks. The annual eleotion of offioors for Waoo Lodge of Elks ooourred last night with tbo following result: W 0. Watson, E. It.; Jno. M. Connor, E L, K.: Jno. B. Tsoharner, E. L. K. 0. C. DeZouohe, E. L K; B. Ohris topher, seorotary; Jno. P. Massoy treasurer; W. S. MoCall, tyler. Mr. W. II. Thompson was eleoted a mem ber of the oxeoutive board. WACO TEXAS- s'fis. WACO TEXAS- ribbleKros. The Popular Grocers, 505 AiiNtin 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. GribWe Brothers, 505 Aiixtlii Avonuo. STATE CONVENION Of the Young Mens Christian Association.' Tho ninth annual oonTention of tho Young Men's Christian association of tho stato of Texas will be hold at Dallas April 1-4 to 1 7. Tho principal speakers will bo 0. L. Gates and F. S Brookman of Now York City, secretaries of tho International com mitteo, Selden P. Spenoerof St. Louis, It. E. Wait of Little Rook, J. W. Harle of Marshall and Rov It. T. Phillips of Tyler. Mr. S. B. Herr, Btato bcoretary of Arkansas, will have charge of tho music. Rev. R. It. Floyd of Geneva, IU , will givo six lectures on Bible Uuths, Tkeso will be illustrated by charts, and aro re ported as exceedingly interesting. Every Christian young man, whether an association member, or living in a town where thero is no association, is invited to attond, also pastors of ohurohes and others interested in this special work for young mon. Reduood rates on all railroads will be given, and entertainment provided for all attonding the convention. Three hundred delegates are ex pected to bo in attendanoe, represent ing all sootions of tho state. FOUND DEAD. ALL OYEll TOWN. Remains ol a Woman Discovered by the Daughter. An old colored woman named Har riet Abbott, who lived near tho First Street cemetery, was found dead yes terday afternoon. Her daughter re turned from her day s work and when shn oponod jthe door sho found her mother lying dead in the floor. Sho has long boen subjected to diseases of tho heart and her death was attrib uted to heart disoase. Bgan's blaok diamonds" will soon givo way to "oool comfort," try him ere it is too late. The ontertainmont of the Ladies' Auxiliary of tho Young Men's Christian association which was to have taken placo at the association's rooms last night, was postponed on account of bad weather. Tub News will publish the announcement when the date has boen fixed upon by tho ladies. The children's masquerade carnival in tho Coko building on Austin avenue last night was a oomplotosucccss. Tbo ohildren wore all thero from the tiny tot dressed in continental uniform to tho stout negro girl with a veiy mas culine bearing. Tho attendance of both young and old was very large. Threo oheors for , Hon. Roger Q. Mills, thu cbsmpion of tariff reform and ths guardian of the rights and liberties of tho people. Hip, hip hurrah! hurrah 1 1 hurrah t ! ! A meeting o tho ladies of tho Texas World's Fair association has been called for next Friday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. W. W. Seoloy. Tho iron columns for. the now Palmo hotel, now in course of con struction, will bo furnished by tho Riversido foundry, O. Cautoson, pro prietor. The News believes in pat ronizing homo institutions. The oelebration last night of tho fifteenth anniversary of McLennan Lodgo No. 241, Independent Order of Odd Fo'lows was a grand suocess. Don't forgot tho Clark Club moet ing Friday night. Tho Clark Club at its mooting Fri day night will1 arrange a grand recep tion for Hon. Georgo Clark when he returns home. Let nothing keep you away from that meeting. Wo aro pleased to note, as is soon elsewbero in this issue, that Prof. E. E. Cammaok has been mado principal of tho Commercial College of Baylor University. Prof. Cammook will mako it hum. Buy Egan'8 "Blaok Diamonds." A Correction. In tho report of a oase yesterday morning in tho Mayor's Court tbo namo of Stella Nolan was givon as one of the parties to a knock-down. This was a mistake. It should havo been Stella Ferguson. Clark olub at the oourt houso Fri day night. A Rare- Chanec If you want a piano or organ of fino makes now is tho opportunity to buy one on your own terms and at prices unheard of. Call on J. 15, ray 11 c and seo tho largest and finest stock of pianos over brought to central Texas and ask torms and prices. This is tbo opportunity of a life time and no pru dent person should negleot it, Take notico in time. Thero will never bo suoh a ohance to buy organs or pianos as cheap or on suoh terms. m to c am Baking iFowaer: m lEiQUbfSiE) THE pSFOfigi OF TELLING YOU THAT FOR EiBgaift Fiipnilupe tBirpefs Our store is way ahead of any place you have seen. The designs of the present season are 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. 518 AUSTIN R. T. DENNIS &BRQ. ST BIG WORK. And some of the finest ever done In Texas. The ereotion of so many grand new buildings the past yoar, notably the Provident building, the Padgitt, tho Coke building?, togethor with tho deooration of one largo hotol, and many stores nowly fitted, has tested tho skill and resources of Waoo glaziors and docorators and that all this work has been done by homo people is a credit to Waoo. Tho Glaz ing and painting of tho immense Providont building, with its 0110 hun dred rooms and $2o,u00 worth of glass, tho glazing and decorating of tho groat Padgitt building and tho two great Coko buildings with their im mense glass fronts, tho magnificent decorating of tho Waoo Stato Bank, the Citizens National Bank, of tho Now MoOlolland hotel, of tho beauti ful stores of J. Hansell Wood and Hilt & Co., havo all been dono by C. F, Smith, tho great loading paint houso of Waoo, and ono ot tho largest in tho stato. It is worth ono's while to go through tho buildings men tioned and seo tho magnificent work done by 0. F. Smith, To do so is to acknowledge that no drafts can bo mado on the resoursocs of Waoo, whioh one Waoo firm cannot meet at eight. Tho business of Mr. Smith is stupendous, It took twonty-fivo wordmen steadily for montliB on tbo Provident building alono. The glaz ing, decorating and painting on all theso new buildiegs has kept em ployed a small army of workmen. C F. Smith is not only an artist him self, but omploys only the"most skilled artists. His foreman of painting, Mr. L. J. Bohror, and of decorating, Mr. J. Bowman with J. M. Merrick, graincr, have no superiors in tho United States. Business mon should, whon occasion servos, tako a look at tho work spokes of in tho buildings men tioned. It ohallonges comparison with any similar work in tho United States. Tho establishment of 0. F. Smith is on a big soalo. Ho carries an immenso stock of glass, paints, oils, varnishes, wall paper and all tho goods pertaining to painting and decorating, and has rosouroes fur fine work which no demand oau bankrupt, and Waoo may well bo proud of suoh a houso. I L WINANS FCR Watch, Clock, and Jewelry X?2EX-L IBS XBJO. Plain and Artistic Engraving. 620 Austin Avonuo. Cummins 5 & 10 Cent Store. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Stands. Chair Beat l(Jo Wash pan lOo Cream pitoborlOo Sugar bowl lOo Butter dish lOo Slop buoket 40o Lamp ehimnoy Go Good towel lOo Bic dippor lOo G tumblers 6 goblets Sugar bucket Child's swing 35o Mop handlo 15o Dinner buoket 25o 25o 25c ;iro Good lantern Wo. Kitchen lamp 40o Washboard l(;n Gallon buokot lOo Collandor 10c Men's jackets 25o Account book 10c Box tooth pi'ks lOo Good lamp 25o (mo sifter Dish pan Fire shovel Stove polifeh Oil oan Good combs 10a 15o 5o Do 15o lOo CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE, 703 Austin ave., bet. Ctb and 8th ets, A Big Fight On Austin street in prioos of ohcap groceries Strictly For Cash. No doviation from this rulo under urn) or anv oiroumstanoos, 18 pounds grnnulatod sugar SI; filbs green ooffeo $1, -1 paokages ooffeo 9O0. 1 doz. 300 matohes for 25a., Star to bacco 450., Tinslcy N. L. tobacco 55o. Best pat. (lour $1.40, meal 5Bo., 25 bars good laundry soap $1. 21b. tomatoes 05c. por doz., 31b. to matoes $1.30 por doz., 231bs beans $1. Best uncanva&Bcd hams Ho., bran $1 per hundred. Many othor articles too numorouB to mention but all goods in my etoro at prices in proportion. Romorabor mo and bring your cash and savo mouoy. J. T. CHAMBERS, Gil Austin streot. Fall & puckett Funeral Directors, No. 423 Franklin Street. SKILLFUL -:-EMBALMERS. 1000 acre farm, GOO in cultivation, all first olass nruirio land. Ton houses, barns, shads, wells and ono novor failing spring. Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400 Bores each, and many others cheap and on uaBy terms. RANCHES. Kangingin number of acres of 320, 500 12C 0, 1400, 1800 and 3,000, situated nrr r Waoo. We oan soil special bar g ns in Iioubos, lots and business pioperty, Bell & Sassaman, Koal tibta-o nl Rontal Agonts, 111 South Fourth street, Waco, Texas,,