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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 24 1892.
BD0T5.VJ!Io I- SHflFA BDDT5,A!,p. Furniture apd Garpets. 5HDE5 - """ UfcC Telephone or call at O. J. Miller's for fresh strawborrips, banannas, Florida orarges, California oranges; for vogotablos, such as nsparagus, caulaflower, eclory, ripo tomatoes, beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, greens cto. Fresh Bait water GbIi ovory Tuc8 day and Friday's. No. 717 Austin street. ftu r-. wWsA&rn &&&& IMX , ...w Xf? A -ja li ka - nB Wlkv i XlW? 1 "i;SS&2-l,A IU inKOr . 3 r-atzEr -r.wl u 9 WSL. . fl A .f. SjIJTf1 1 'O' I Paints i Oil XDecoreutioxa-s. 404 Austin Street, Buy Egan's "Blaok Diamonds." Tho first oar-load of Lemp's Buok 5eer will bo rocoived by Mr. Isaao Simmons and plaoed on tho Waco market Saturday morning, and Pabst beer will bo on tap after April 5th. Tho Gabert Bros., havo tho largest and finest stook of now spring suit ings over brought to Waoo. Thoy employ tho most skillful workmen in Texas and guarantco perfoot fits. Call and givo them an order and bo well dressed. Will be Given Away. Our enterprising druggists H. 0. Ilisher fc Co., who oarry tho finest stock of drugs," perfumeries, toilet ar ticles, brushes, sponges, etc., are giv ing away a largo number of trial bot tles of Dr. Miles' oelobratod Rostora tivo Nervino. Thoy guarantee it to euro headaohe, dizziness, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, tho ill of i'cots of spirits, tobacco, coll'ee, oto. Druggists say it is tho greatest sollor thoy over know, and is universally sat isfactory. They also guarantee Dr. Miles' New Ileart'Curo in all oases of nervous or organic heatt diseases, pal pitation, pain in sldo, smothering, etc J?ino book on "Nervous and Iloart Diseases" freo. IT. U. ltisher & Co. District Court. Another important land suit is on trial today in tho district court, en titled J. H. Finks ot al. vs. T. B. Cox t al. This is a suit of trespass to try title and to establish tho boundaries to a tract of 951 acres of land near Tjnrena. Tho trial of this Case will oocupy all of today and probably half the day tomorrow, ine piainuuB are represented by Col. E. H. Graham and tho defendants by J. B. Scarborough, Esq., and Messrs. Robinson & Davis. The grand jury returned 32 indiot montB into court yesterday afternoon, 2G of. whioh wore "for misdemeanors for tho most part gaming oases and b for felony. A damage suit styled J. C. Mitoholl vs. St. Louis, Southwestern Railway was filed with district olork Z, F. Boasloy this afternoon. The amount sued for is $30,000, for tho loss of an arm on said railway. Deoombor 14 last. The plaintiff is represented by P. H, Kingsbuty,,Eeq? COUNTY COURT. A case stvled W. T. Black vs. V. Chenowith and W. J. Seal is on trial todav in tho county court. This is a suit for $1000 damages for tho wrong ful levy of a writ of aequestrion. Tho plaintiffs are roproBonted by Capt. II. U Lindsoy and tho defendant by Messrs, R. W. Androws and Al bright, tho latter of Fort Worth. -. Mr. Usher has authorized The News to state that there will be a meeting of tho Meohanios and all other laboring men at tho court house Saturday night at 8 o'olook to disouss quostions in whioh all laboring men are intoiosted. A largo attondanoo is desired. "Tho attention of tho street com mittee has beon call to tho useloes old cisterns at variouB piaoes through out the oity. They are regarded as a monaco to publio safety and should be filled up. ILL PAPER WACO TEXAS- t-c2zmr . n URiBBLE m Kros. The Popular Grocers, S05 Austin Avenue 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 Austin Avenue. ALL OVEit TOWN. Clark olub at the court house Fri day night. The telephone wires got tangled with some eleotrio light or power wire last night, partially disabling the servioo. Car number 23 of tho Citizens lino was derailed yesterday morning on tho ourvo on tho corner of Eighth and Clay stroots. The well that is being drilled for the Parrott Natatorium has reached a dopth of over 1,300 feet am) the drill is going night and day. The artesian v ell boing drilled for Col. Parrott's natatorium is down 1,425 feet. Thoy expect to havo it done'in about two weeks. A complaint was filed this morning before Justice Gallagher by T. B. Crudup against Dod Wilson a nogro", for stealing his ovorcoat. Si Johnson, the young man who was adjudged insane in the oounty court a fow days ago, was taken to tho asylum night beforo last. The mayor's court was a blank this morning from a financial standpoint. Two oasoi were dismissed and ono oontinuod till to-morrow morning. Tjio river whioh was on a rod rise about ft week ago, continues to fall and if the local rains do not affcot it any will bo at summer low water in a few days. Thore was no servico at tho Metho dist ohuroh in East Waoo laBt night on aooount of bad woathor. Tho pro tracted mooting has beon going on for eomo weoks. Dr. F. T. Mitoholl entertained a few of his most intimate friends last night at his residenoe, whoro a pleas ant timo was had. The occasion was an anniversary dinnor of the popular host whioh was highly enjoyed. Tho dootor received tho congratulations and best wishos of all present for health happiness and prosperity. PRICES S0$im ClBP Usl Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standeat WACO TEXAS' Tho twentieth bi-monthly mooting of the MoLonnan County Teachers association will bo hold at Eddy next Saturday. A large party from Waco will attend. The bank clearings for Waco, acoording to tho Commercial and Finanoial Chroniolo of Now York, for tho week ending March 12 is $649,890 as against $116,594 tor tho week previous. The throo oomprcsBcs and the oil mills havo shut down for tho season. Mr. Laoy, of the Brazos compress, has a force of hands repairing tho cot ton platforms so as to bo ready for next season. Some misoroant threw a rock yester day and broko a fino show window in H. C. Uishor & Co'a., drug store. No one, it seems, saw the rook thrown and so the rasoal escaped. Tho glass oost about $75. The grand jury having returned a bill againBt John lee for misapprop riating funds bolonging to the Catholic Knights of America, he was re arrested and promptly gavo bond with gilt-edged sureties. Tho Boll Water oompanyh&s a force of handa lowering mains on Elm street in East Waco. The mains wero laid bare by tho street paving con tractors who are now working on the eastern end of Elm street. A mooting of the workingmon of Waco, limited to wageworkors, is oalled for Saturday 'night at tho oourt houBO, for tho purposo of placing a candidato in tho Hold for mayor. No candidates are wanted at the meeting. Local politics, as tho day of oleotion draws near, is getting near the boiling point, bu'i tho present rainy woathor will havo tho offeot to cool down the ardor of the candidates and givo suffragans timo to get a good breath. " 'Tis an ill wind that blows nobody good." x A young, but well-known aport of this oity, like many other knights of tho green olota lrequently do, went broko yesterday. Remomboring that ho had somo timo ago loaned a ohum of hiB, now in Lousiana, tho sum of $30, ho forthwith telegraphed for that amount. Tho following reply soon came: "Have doolaredi all debts off. Havo only $1500 in my pooket with whioh to got broakfast." S. R. Tho Oitizen'B Street Railway com pany is taking steps toward stopping the jumping on and off of tho moving oars by small boys living along tho line, There are several boyst princi pally on the University bolt, who havo been making a praotino of grounding itho current by throwing a wire over tho trolly wire and of throwing rooks at the oars, and of obstructing tho traoks in various ways. The nui sance has boon borno until paiienco has ceased toboavirtuoand.it will bo immediately stopped. Beeoiiam's Pills cures Siok Head aohe. UdiCiO ipowaer: WE SHQUBdESlil IHE SElPQNSfleiljITY OF TELLING YOU THAT FOR Efegaql FufbiiIupe i Carpets 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 arc 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 WACO TO THE FRONT. Tho Atlanta Journal Tolls or Waco'sjVdvantngoa. Copies of the Atlanta Weekly Journal of March 15th and of the Daily Journal of a later date, contain ing Mr. C. F King's "write-up" of Waco,have Deen received. He has fill ed the whole eight columns of the first page of the Journal with a description of Waco and envoronments, and cuts showing prominent men and buildings. There are portraits of Col. R B. Parrott, Cap. J. D. Bell, Mr E Ro tan and others. The Provident and Padgitt buildings and the Pacific hotel are shown The artesian wells are aho well represented. Mr. King was evidently well pleas ed with Waco, for here is how lie ex pressed his impression of the town and people . 'If Waco is a typical Texas city, then tho people of this state have been woefully slandered. This was my first impression afte r my arrival here and it is my impres sion after remaining a week and be coming pretty generally acquainted with the people. I have traveled some little in my time, and have seen a few towns and met a few people, but I am candid to confess that I have never yet seen a prettier little city than Waco, nor met cleverer and more hospitable people than her citizens. I have never seen a prettier country surrounding any town than the country surrounding this growing metropolis. I have never seen such wonderful artesian wells and never will." This letter of Mr. King's, following as it does, the visit of the Texas cars can but havo the effect of confirming many people of Georgia in their deter mination to make Texas their home. Let Thorn Como. Tho following tolograms explain themsolves : El Paso, Tex., March 5J3. To the Mayor of Waoo, Texas: Can you offer any inducements for tho next annual onoampmont of tho GrandArmy of Ropublio. Answer. M. F. Hi ATT In reply tho Waco mayor wired : "Como to Waco. You will bo cordi ally receivod and turnished with tho best tho oity affords." 0. 0. MoCuLLOon, The News takes pleasuro in call ing attention to the announcement of Mr. Andrew Uoddard as a candidate for re-eleotion to the office of oounty surveyor. It taken equal pleasure in adding tint tho two terms of his office havo givon universal satisfaction. Mr. Goddard is a goutlcmau of high repu tation datingbaok to the very infancy of this oounty, and is a capable and painstaking export in his business. If re-olooted, of which there is little doubt, ho will vindicate the wisdom of every vote cst for him by thoso who do not know him personally. lie is solid with all tho older citizons. Clark olub at tho court houso Fri day night. Is R Y I -L. WIMNS FCR Fipstefasa OuapanlBBEl Watch, Clook and Jewelry X:E JPuSl X Id ING. Plain and Artistic Engraving. 620 Austin Avonuo. A Big Fight On Austin street in priooB of ohoap groceries Strictly For Cash. No deviation from this rulo undor under any circumstances, 18 pounds granulated sugar $1; Gibs green ooffeo $1, 4 packages ooffoo 9O0. 1 doz. 300 matohes for 25s., Star to baooo 4f)o., Tinsloy N. L. tobaooo 55o. Best pat. flour $1.10, meal 55o., 25 bars good laundry soap $1. 21b. tomatoes OSc. per doz., 31b. to matoes $1.30 per doz,, 231bs beans $1. Best uncanvassed hams Ho,, bran $1 per hundred. Many othor articles too numerous to mention but all goods in my etoro at prices in proportion, Romcmbor mo and bring your cash and savo mouoy. J. T. CHAMBERS", Gil Austin street. FALL & PUCKETT Funeral Directors. No. 423 Franklin Street. SKILLFUL --.-EMBALMERS. FOR SALE, 1000 acre farm, 500 in cultivation, all first class prairie land. Ton houses, barns, hIioub, wells and ono novcr failing spring. Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400 acres oaoh, and many others cheap and on easy terms. RANCHES. Ranging in numbor of nores of 320, 500 12(0, 1400, 1800 and 3,000, situatod near Waco. We can sol) special bar g ns in bou&cs, lots and businosa pioperty. Bell & Sassaman, Ucal It&ia 0 ' ud Rontal Agents, 111 South Fourth street, Waco, Texas.