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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 30 1892.
BODTS BOOTS ,. c 1.1 n r c Telephone or call at O. J. Miller's for fresh sirawborrics, banannas, Florida orai ges, California oranges; for vogotablos, such as asparagus, oaulaflower, eclory, ripe tomatoes, beets, carrots, turnips, radishos, greens oto. Frosh salt water Gsh every Tues day and Friday's. No. 717 Austin street. X .TACIES. nKW 5 r5& Vfl. V ft ' w?i ixjipsriarxji ?, OX .SHrms.cl WWb Mp,R ttr "i Mew l r& wi IbMH' W .ft W& - 1 ' in 1 bwiiJkmim&&wft ') i X.TACI ESMSlPP TACI S ' in-'n.-ii. I III r w 1 llll i-i?ito llyWf , wss.s s. '. - y&r. 2m2.LV;. sSf&iU. wH mi) E e. f. sjvsiTf-i a i Ills Qmt-LSSS s Oils, WILL PAPER aDecorebtioaEus, 404 Austin Street, Wovels by the thousand at Herz Bros. They got tho very finest copies ot all the new works wet from tho press. Dailies from all parts of tho United States aro received on first trains and opened five minutes after the trains pass Fourth street. Weeklies All tho popular weekly story papera of the United States on hand at earliest moment of arrival. Magazines of the '&' of Fashion, Literature and Art United States and Europo at. A. J. HERZ & BRO., Elegant Photo's. Having secured the servioes of Mr. W. M. Hall, of Ohioago, as oporator and retoucher, will guarantee tho pub lio a finer olass of photographic work than has over been shown in Waoo Have recently purohasod tho largest as well as tho finest photograph lens in Texas. Call on the old re liablo photographer and ceo samples. W. D Jackson. Don't bo Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franoo-Amorican Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 3 pound1 oans, 30 cents caoh. Star Tobaoco 40 cents per pound. Low priocs on everything. Call and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grocer. Tucker's "Almondine." Proof against cold winds and hot sunshino for the complexion. It has already become quite .popular with the ladies, as also with gentlemen to use after Hhaving when troublod with roughness and breaking out. Price S and 50 cents per bottle. Prepared only by the Lion Drug Store, by W. L. Tooicer. WACO TEXA5' WACO TEXAS RIBBLE$ ROS. The Popular Grocers, "OS'AuMttii Avomio 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 OVEH TOWN. Following Suit. On and alter March 1, 1892, I will sell for cash. My terms will bo from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper on every thing except lard. Prompt delivery as heretofore Try mo for oash, Respectfully, J. C. Staffohd. Corner market (501 Franklin st. A Sure Cure for Pllos . Itching Piles are known by mois ture like perspiration, oausing intense itching when waim. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing, yield at onco to l)r. Bosanko's Pilo ltomedy, whioh aota dirootly on parts effeoted, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and effeots a pormanent cure. 60 cts. Druggists or mail Ciroulars free Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Tho oolorcd politioal club will meet tonight at tbo court house. The Hobson Line is putting in ex tra switches and will run four cars to Colledge Heights next Sunday. Tho County Board of Examiners will meet on Thursday and Friday April 7 and 8 for the examination of teaohors. The grand jury expects to be ready to adjourn this evening and is rushing matters preparatory to making its fioal report. Tho oaso of Ellis vs. Stono was concluded in the district court lato yesterday evening and a verdict ior $3,000 damages rendered in favor of the plaintiff. Slow-foot Jano was fined' L and costs this morning by Justioe Gallagher for disturbing tho peace Upon her failure to pay up she was taken to jail Mrs. O. A. Chapman, the dress maker, has removed to No. 828, South Eleventh street, between Ross avenue and Clay street. Friends are invited to call. Mr. Sam Hobson has just received a number of small motors for running ventilating fans and other light ma chinery, f hey are marvles of me chancal ingenuity. City Tax Assessor and Collector Humphreys says all taxes must be paid by next Friday night, for the un paid list will most positively be pub lished next Saturday. Work is sliorthly to he begun on Collego Heignts park. A beautiful looation has boen dhosen and foun tains, pavillions and band stauds aro shortly to bo erected. Three pleas of guilty were entered this morning in the county court, two for gaming and one for carrying a pistol. The former were fined $10 each and the latter $25. Thcro is a dangerous bolo in a small bridge on North Thirteenth street which badly needs the attention of tho street commissioner, ere an other damago suit against the oity re sults therefrom. A horse hitched to a laundry wagon became frightened at a street car op posite the McClelland hotel this morn ing and backed upon the sidewalk. It created a little excitement but no damage was done. A meeting of Waoo Artesian Tent No. 6, Knights of Maccabees, is call cd for tonight at Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes' office. The meeting is called to complete arrangements for the en tertainment of the Grand Lodge offi cers who will be here Friday. Tho artesian well for Col. Parrott's nata'orium is now down below mineral water strata. The water from this strata, whioh heretofore has been per mitted to run into tho streets, was drained off today so as to run into tho Mary street storm water sower. Ho was a molonoholy looking man walking down Fourth street. He had the air of ono who had lost all his frionds and bad lost his grip entirely. His gait was slow. His steps un certain. Tho bhadow of a great sorrow sat on his face. The memory of some bitterness was in his listless air. Per haps his wife wouldn't run away, or perhaps his bust girl had gone back on him. He shambled up in a weary ship shod way aod without any rea son stoped to look in at the elegant show windows, at urst without seeing anything through the woo bogone mists of his groat trouble. Direotly his faco began to light up. Tho apathy disappeared from his eyes. A mar velous transformation took place and the dejoo:ed man was himself again, bright, ohoerful, hopoful. Yostorday he looked like a would-be suioido, to day dressed in ono of the elegant J. Hansel Wood suit3, ho steps on his toes and waits with his bead thrown back. Life is worth living when one can buy suoh elegant goods as oheap and the show windows of J. Hanscll Wood Co. are enough to put new lifo into tho broken hearted. ErEJWJ)EG0ESJXT0 EXTACIES y - Who comes to our Store and catches a glimpse of our Elegant Furniture and Beautiful Carpets, ' and no wonder, for wc have the latest and the most stylish designs in. every piece of HOUSBHOW) JraRECrrTJBU. We have OAK SETS in every shade from the 16th Century to the lightest modern; the finest of Cherry finish, and the newest pat terns of Birds Eye and White Maple. Most elaborate and massive designs in Parlor and Bed Room Suits, and the very latest achieve ments in upholstery are embraced in our Stock. R. T. DENNIS & BRO. Hilt's $3 Shoes combine comf )rt, wear stylo. Artistic Work. Thoro are tailors and tailors, eomo aro good, some indifferent and some baJ, but Laok & Greenberg in their nW place, 41G- Austin streot must be classed among tho good ones. They are first class skillful cut tort), fine workmen and caroful and pains taking in their woik. They make perfect fits and do the very finest work to be had. Although but ie oently started, work is flowing in on them from people who know tho ex cellent fits thoy give and tho work they do. They oarry a fine lino of stylish goods and samples and can get up nobby suits in short order. Give them a call and order and you aro sure to bo well dressed and well pleased. Philadelphia, Pa. Morrison & Co. Sold byW. B. r Hilt's Wear better $3 00 Shoo 4I 4 Austin' st, ES Ui H B T IHBI Hf W km JH b Bl 518 AUSTIN ST THE COLORED CLUB Used in Millions of Homes ad Years the Standoni Mot Last Night at tho City Hall and Complain Loudly ot" Inequ alities. Tho colored politioal club mot last night in tho Blue lloom, at the city hall, with M. L. Sublett in tho chair. Tho minutes of tho previous meeting were read and adopted. The report of tho committoo on griovanoos and resolutions wus called for and read, after which much strong discussion ws indulged in. Tho re port was finally adopted. Tho griev ances designated in tho report wo-o to tho effect that tho oolorod people were denied the privilege ot working for the ony government and that glaring inequalities existed in the publlo schools -as botwocn the whito and oolored ohildren. The voluminous doalcot charges that tho first district school, with an enrollment of 235 pupils, oontains but four small rooms and that the building is badly looatod and the number of teachers in adequate. With rogard to tho second district school, with 5G8 pupils en rolled, and only eight teaohers, it is charged that the houso is in a de lapidated condition, and, for tho want of room, tho pupils of tho firtt and Hcoond'gradcs can only attend half a day, and that tho cry is "no monoy to employ more teaohers and build bolter houses." In drawing comparisons in proof of the inequalities complained of in the report, it is stated that $70,716.74 has boon expended during the past five years in buildings and apparatuses for tho whito ohildren and not a dollar for tho colored, not withstanding tho fact that tho colored ohildren consiitute moro than one third of tho scholastic population of Waco, that $30,200 00 has boon ex pended in the past two years in per manent improvement for tho white ohildren, one-third of whioh ($10, O6G.78) rightfully belonged to tho colored ohildren and that tho sum of $2,008.70 was expended for tho services ot janitors ior mo wnuo schools and not a cent for tho oolored. Tho report recommendod that no candidate be endorsed by tho olub who will not uso his influonoo to pro euro a higher school for tho colored children by tho opening of the next scholastic year, and ooncodo to the oolorod children an equal pro rata sharo of the public school fund accord ing to tho scholastic population of Waco. The roport was signed by M. L. Suhbott, A. J. Wallaco, A.Ji. Foreman, S. Cobbo, A. L. (Jiddens, J. O. Cooper, H Burko, Jones Hondor son and II. T. Walker Ksq. Tho club then adjournod to meet again tonight at tho oourt house, to whioh tho can didatcs aro invited to address the mooting. TRY L. WINAN FOR Watch, Clock and Jewelry Plain and Artistic Engraving:. 620 Austin Avonuo. A Big Fight On Austin street in prices of ohotp groceries Strictly For Cash. No deviation from this rulo under under any circumstances, 18 pounds grunulatod sugar SI; olba green coffee $1, 4 packages coffee 9O0. 1 tloz. 300 matches for 2fn., Star to baooo 4fo., Tinsloy N. L. tobaooo 55o. Best pat. flour $1.40, inoal 55o., 25 bars good laundry soap 81. 21b. tomatoes One. por doz,, 31b. to matoes 81.30 per doz., 231bs beans l. Bost unoanvassed hams Ho , bran $1 per hundred. Many other articles too numorous to mention but all goodH in my ftoro at priocs in proportion. Remember mo and bring your oash and savo monoy. J. T. CUAMBEUS, Gil Austin streot. mit5 Mechanics (3 Shoe always wear well. Cummins Chair seat lUu Wash pan lOo Cream pitchor lOo 'Sugar bowl lOo Butter dish 10c Slop bucket -10o Lamp ohimnoy 5o Good towol lOo Big dipper 10c (! tumblers 2.'o IS goblets Sugar bucket Child's swing 35o Mop handlo Ifio Dinner buokct 20u & 10 Cent Store. Good lautern '!0o. Kitohen lamp 40o Washboard 10a Gallon buokot lOo Collander 10c Men's jackets 25c Acoount book lOo Box tooth pi'kslOo Good lamp 25o Fiuo sifter 10c UC10 Dish pan 15o 35a Fire shovel 5o 8tovo polish 5c Oil oan lfio Good combs 10a CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORK, 703 Austin avti., bet. tith und Kth st. Plaoo your policies with Dock' ry &, Go. Beet of companies. f you Want A nice pleasant place to spend an hour take in the "Provident An nex" Fine airy rooms, hand somely decorated. Best of fine drinks, lunch all day long Satur day nights Giand Free Lunch. All sorts of games and recreations and atheletio sports and free gymnasium at ) PROYIDENT AMI 414 Frank'ui street. ( 1 ' .