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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 29 1892.
4 Wc Arc Made For Co Opcr Ation Co-'ld not GET A LIVING. If it were not for sellers you could not live. Therefore we must co-operate you help us; we help you. Buy your next bill of us for ex periment. W. K. FINKS & CO Merchant : Tailor. If you want a first class bus iness or dress suit of fine new brands of goods made in the highest style of art with ele gant trimmings and perfect workmanship and at reason able prices, take your orders to W. A. Schaffer, the leading MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 416 1-2 Austin St, Upstairs Mr. G. A. Laok is the outtor oi tho establishment. THE LAMPS LOCATED. The Ton New Lights for the City Will be Burning In About Two Weeks. Those ton lights which tho Waio Gas company whs to looato in place of the $1,000 oheck forfoited to tho city by tho company and about which so much has been written and so much more said, havo boon located at last. The lamps will all bo orocted by April 15. Mr. John L. Brookenbrough stated to a News reporter this morning that the delay in looatiog tho lights was in no way the fault of the company. Tho lights woro only located about a month ago and it is manifestly im possible for the lights to bo erected before tho location was made. When tho agreement was ontorcd into bo th o city and tho Gas company it was specified that tho company was to furnish the city with ten aro lights of nominal 2,000 candlo power, provided thoy wuro located on tho lines al ready crooted by the company. The company, though, said that it would raise no objection if the lamps were located one or two blocks from tho lines. When tho Hat was received an nouncing tho losations decided upon by the oity, it was found that it would tako 13,000 feet of wiro to looato tho now lamps where tho city'wanted them. Mr. Brookenbor ough corresponded with his principals and they finally dnoided, rathor than havo any moro disoussion with the tity that they would accodo to the de mands of the oity and looato the lamps as the oity wished. Tho wiro was thon ordored and the work of putting up tho lamps is now going on and will bo omploted by the date above mentioned. The oity, by this doal, secures ton aro lamps for one year at roally no ex ponse to the oity whatovor. The looation of the new lamps is as follows: Fifth and Dutton. Eighth and Speight, Eighth und Dutton. Sixteenth and Webster. Nineteenth and Austin. Eleventh and Baron. Sixteenth and Columbus. Third and Clifton's Alloy. Seoond and JoneB. One in East Waoo, not as yet lo cated. With puro artesian water, speoial soap, an extra Sue starch and as tine maobinery as is made, with trained experts, tho Artesian Stoam Laundry work is unsurpassed anywhere. Hilt & Co'b., new store 414 Austin. SOCIETY NOTE. Horns and communications Intended ior this department should be sont to No. 809 North Twolfth street or tele phoned to No. 80. on or before Friday afternoon of each week, in order to recolvo proper attention. Nows notes received after 10 o'olook Satur day morning cannot appear until the next week, however much we may regret the delay. it n Were Not For Buyers We The One of daintiest n cent cigars Texa over offered to tho public in Waoo. Puro tobacco well made, froo Moriieil smoker, delicious aroma. Try it. ' Frog. Kept by tho Now Cigar Store, No. 110 South Fourth sticet, next to talegraph office. W. Moses. COLORED POLITICAL CLUB Mooting Last Night at Smith's Hall Candidates and Mem bers Norate. The colored citizons of tho Fourth ward hold a largo and enthusiastic Eolitioal mooting last night at Smith's all on South Fourth stroet. Tho meeting was called to order at S o'olook. Ben Honry was elootod chairman and Charlie Morris secre tary. The minutes of tho previous meet ing wero read and adopted, after whioh a collection was taken up to pay for the uso of tho ball and for lights, to which fund all the candidates prosont contriuted liberally. The following candidates were on hand: Judge J. C. Wost, R. J. Goodo, John F. Herbert, 0. O. MoCullooh, andW. T. Booth. The committco formerly appointed to select candidates for mayor and al derman of tbo Fourth ward asked for furthor time, whioh was granted. Sev eral other reports wero disposed of in the same manner. Upon motion tho candidates pres ent wero allowed fifteen minutes caoh in whioh to lay thoir olaims for the suffrages of the oolored people of the ward before tho meeting and each in turn took advantage of the opportu nity graoiously granted and occupied the time to the full limit. When time had been called on all those who spoke, a number of oolercd politicians gavo vont to their oloquonce and dis cussed tho merits of tho candidates, it is said, in a manner not very compli mentary or encouraging to some of those present. No one was endorsed for either mayor or alderman. Tho meeting adjourned at 10:30. m Tho Artosian Steam Laundry started on Monday morning with a big lot of work and is kept ranning steadily. Waco knows a good thing when sho sees it. An Assignment. An assignment was filed this morn ing in tho county clerks office by David Walkor to W. T. Harper, assignee. Tho property convoyed is all tho stock of groceries and fixtures in storo-houso No. 121 South Third stroet and a horse, wagon and harness. The assignee is to take charge of said goods, fixtures and other property above designated and sell the samo at privato sale or otherwise for oash and afior paying tho current expenses of tho assignment the remainder of tho prooceds are to bo distributed pro rata botween the creditors, ASBETB. The assets areas follows: Stook cf groceries, $500; horse, fjwagon and harness, $65; fixturos in storo .35, making a total of $600. MABIMTIKS. John J. Adams, $285; MoGraw Milling Co., Livingston, Mo., $300; M. a. Cooper, $150; Tripis & Kemcndo, 3G0; Texas Produoe Co., $30; Horsful & Cameron, $12; G. W Chase & Son, St. Joe, Mo., $15; Hoiz Pioklo Co., Pittsburg, Pa., $25. Total liabilities 8877. Tho Artesian Steam Laundry, J, P. and Geo. A. Wood proprietors, is the biggest thing that evor struck this town and is already being patronized by everybody from Park avenue to Oakwood. Seo Hilt & Co's., $2 50 ladies shoe. Subscribers who do not receive their paper will confer a favor by re porting so at offioe, as that is the only way wo can know whether the carriers do their duty or not. Carriers not allowed to sell papers under any circumstances. &o to Kellum & LawBon, for all kinds of real estate. -ONLY TEN CANDIDATES Out For Shorlir Look Out Bovs For Salt Rlvor Preparo Your Boats And buy your grocerios at tho Spot Oash storo, on South Third street, No. 205. Stand, gran. Sugar 20 lb 100 12 3 lb Stan. '.Tomatoes 1.20 The best Syrup por gal 50 Young Green Corn, per doz.. ,. . 1.20 3 1b Apricots, por can 10ji 3 lb. Grapes, por can 16)4 3 lb. Peachos, per doz 2.10 3 lb. California Pcaohes, por doz 2.30 Sugar Cured Hams, per lb ll Shoulders 10 Lion and Arbuoklo oolfoo por lb 22 1-2 aud many other goods that will sur priso you at thoir low priocs.. All my goods aro striotly guaranteed fresh and standard goods. So oall at once for cash bargains at 205 South Third street. J. H. Snor-E. WILL WACO WIN. Some Serious Questions for Consid eration. When Waco ontered tho voting con test at Galveston, she placed in nomi nation a young lady who is tbo pride of evory ono of her acquaintance?. Sho consontcd to roprcsont Waoo with relnctanoe, but with the assuranoo that Waoo should win. It is now the duty of Waoo to soe that Waco-does win. Tho oontest is drawing to a olose and the votes should bo for warded promptly. The News is tho authorized agent of tho Galveston Tribune, which is codaoting tho oon test. All votos deposited aro promptly tolegraphed to Galveston. The result today at noon was as fol lows: QALVESTON. Morton Campbell 10436 Celeste Willis 1337 Bottie Brown 5G70 Francos Weis 201 Sallie MoLemore 151 Adeline Wioks 2G0 Helen Niohols 1509 Loula Jookusch 1506 Rosa Tiornan 7936 Selena G. Sargout 8810 INDEPENDENCE. Madgo Williams 9475 HOUSTON. MidaTidoman 1027 Mabel Franklin 454 Ivor Tate 664 Edie Davis 232 J-ORT WORTH. Paulino Wynno 2193 AUSTIN. Katio Brown 1030 Searight 950 SAN ANTONIO. Loo Upson 3324 Lela Williams 7459 WACO. Nottio Rotan 5028 Tho Gabort Bros. It is worth while for any one who wears olothes to refrain from purchas ing until ho has taken a good look at tbo fine stock of tho Gabert Bros., 116 South Fourth street. Thoy arc tho leading tailors with tho largest and finest stock of goods ever brought to Waoo. Thoy oarry all the now and nobby styles of tho spring of '92 with such devorsity that no ono can iail in finding goods to suit his own partioular fanoy. When it oomes to cutting and fitting the Gabert Broth ers are artists in evory sonBo of the word with tho most skillful workmen that can be procured. They givo per fect fits and somehow their clothes have a look about them that only tho work of artists can produoe. Give thorn a oall and look over their big fino stook before ordering a suit and you will havo no reason to regrot any order you moy favor them with. Tho Artesian Steam Laundry is tho biggest laundry in Toxas and is al ready doing a fine business. J. P. and Geo. A. Wood proprietors. Alderman Laoy. In this issue Alderman Lacy an nounces as a candidate for re election to the office of alderman of the Second ward. Mr. Lacy's candidacy is a re sponce to a hearty and unanimous demand by the Young Men's Reform club of his ward suppliment by the endorsement of a reform club meeting of all the wards. He has given such general satisfaction that there has not yet appeared an opponent in the field and so far as The News is inform ed there will be none. In returning Mr. Lacy to the city counoil the Sec ond ward will do itself and the city justice and compliment a worthy member of the old board. Ring up tolophono 250 and ono of tho Artesian btcam Laundry's beauti ful wagons will call for your wash and return it soon, clean an nrvatal. 1 -j -, whito as snow and smooth as Ivory. if m WiHM i sm wm-1 SA-.W vwv Vl3?fcWWWVW'f&' MM .IMiito A 4iSBSm EAUTI TO BEHOLD ! Our Immense Half-Acre Store Filled With Richer in Design, Finer in Finish? Better in Quality, lower in Price than ever before We have new goods arriving daily; every week brings us something new to show, and every day finds us better prepared to supply the wants of our patrons. We have never before een able to show such Real, Wonderful, Live Bargains in LOW PRICED FURNITURE as this season's splendid stock has brought us. OUR NEW LINE OF CHEVAL BED ROOM SUITS is now ready for inspection. This line is strong in every point and ou will find it difficult to duplicate our values in the following PLAIN FIGURE OFFERINGS:- Antique Finish Ceval Bedroom Suits $ 20.00 " " " " 23.50 " " " ' " 25.00 XVI Century Finish Cheval Bedroom Suits 27.50 Antique Oak " a " " 28.50 41 - " " " v.. 30.00 " ' " " " 35.00 " " ' " " " 40.00 " " " " 45.00 " ' " " " 50.00 Our $25 suits are well finished, stylish and reliable, and you could scarcely wish to find a nicer suit than our $45 and $50 Suits FOLDING BEDS. We desere to announce the arrival of our great car shipment of the Celebrated GOSHEN COMBINATION FOLDING BED, Entirely nev,the most convenient and easiest-working Fold ing Bed manufactured. The Goshen is a great improve ment over the old style upright bed and supplies a long needed convenience for the spare bedroom. You cannot afford to buy a folding bed until you have carefully examined our stock, for in assortment, style, quality and price, we are decidedly in the lead. See our Solid Oak Upright Folding Bed $40. WICKER ROCKERS. We have just received a very large shipment of those goods and you will find that we are showing Entirely New Styles and quoting the Lowest Possible Prices. Our Facul ties are the Best, why shouldn't we quote the lowest prices? Remember our location: Sixth and Jackson Streets. WACO FURNITURE COMPANY, R. A. Cauuthers, Manager. mm 8 1 n You HWM sr K" J' - T. . . BUf 0UF( picej Shining, Pontic hiillll w vi $j&iy i HMH BJBmJBBmmmii.