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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 31 1892.
BOOTS B00T5Ap- 5HDE5 CM If . LO 1 Tolcphone or call at O. J. Miller's for fresh strawberries, banannas, Florida oral ges, California oranges; for vegotablos, such as asparagus, oaulaflower, celery, ripe tomatoes, beets, carrots, turnip?, radishes, greens oto. Fresh salt water fish every Tues day and Friday's. No. 717 Austin stroot. zmn J 1 JT Imc I E nl e MU r am 0 ',v X.TACIES X TAC I E.S u"Tt .!. s& . -I XJrrt t fi - 1 -t ? r 7 ) lvm 8sJ,V .srV? 'V 1 rt! ,,, , -tjy nig gsjjlllBh 3 cL A Wu . r-. fiHlvtv -si m A idp r .in nw El 2YMMAK V iltn JMKflBttMawrai MWF I 1 I sMrfA; ftikr-g!!!!ig!aW"l"yr 1111 "Hf - UriTIT H feiss; ll 11 1 PuAMoMmL Si I -rmyiJSy. s 1 nh -js W r e.F.sviTfi 'aints O-lsuse S UllS, SIM IU B I S 1 II I W I! Mill 1 ill lili XDecorsbtlonnLS. 404 Austin Street, Novels by the thousand at Herz Bros. They got tho very finest copies of all the now works wet from the press. Dailies from all parts of tho United States are received on first trains and opened fivo minutes after tho trains pass Fourth street. Weeklies All tho popular weekly story papers of the United States on hand at earliest moment of arrival. Magazines of Fashion, Literature and Art of tho United States and Europe at. A. J. HERZ & BRO., Elegant Photo's. Having secured tho services of Mr. W. M. Hall, of Ohioaeo, as operator and rotouoher, will guarantee the pub lic a finer class of photographic work than has over been shown in Waoo Have rocontly purchased tho largest as well as tho finest photograph lens in Texas. Call on tho old re liable photographer and ceo samples. W. D. Jackson. Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for one dollar. Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 3 pound cans, 3U cents caoh . Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low prioeB on everything. Call and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grooer. Tucker's '"Almondlne." Proof against cold winds and hot sunshine for the complexion. It has alroady becorao quite popular with the ladies, as also with gentlemen to uso after shaving whon troubled with roughness and breaking out. Prioe 2s and 50 cents por bottlo. Prepared only by the Lion Drug Store, by W. L. Tucker. WACO TEXAS' "fttffliiii; WAC0TEXA5 1-& W' l!?3A. B tf& & RIBBLE$ rlROS- e$$rrr-?- E-- The Popular Grocers, ."iO.V"Alli.till Avoillio Firstclass goods. Low prices. Prompt delivery. All the novelties. All the delicacies. Fresh vegetables daily. All the fruits and nuts. Give us a call. GribMe Brothers, 305 Austin Avenue. AN IMPORTANT CASE. ALL OVJEK TOWN. Following' Suit. On and alter Maroh 1. 1892, I will eell 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. Stafford. Corner market 601 Franklin st. A CARD To the Subscribers of the Subsidy Fund of the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway. The notes given by the citizens of Waco to secure the building of the above named road into Waco have been turned over to the road by J. W. Mann, the trustee for the subscribers to said notes The conditions named in said notes have been complied with by the road, and therefore the whole amount of the notes are due. The receivers of the ban Antonio and Aransas Pass railway have placed the notes in my hands for collection. All persons, thereiore who have such notes outstanding will please call at my office in the Pacific hotel building and settle up. James I. Moore. Tomorrow is the last day of ser vice for this term of the federal court. Pompoy Smith and Ed Long wore arrested last night-and looked up on oharges of robbery, and Will Farris for burglary. Tho Board of Lady managers of tho Texas World's Fair Association will meet at Uol. R. B. Parrott's resi dence tomorrow afternoon. Judgo Rector, tho newly appointed federal judgo for this district, is ox pectod to be hero with Judge Mo Cormiok at tho coming term of the oourt. It will be the last time that Judge McCormiok will preside in that oapaoity hero. Tho Clark club meets to-morrow night at the oourt bou-e and a largo attendance is dosired "Every man who desires tho oleotion of Georgo Clark is invited to lend his presence to the meeting and assist in the good work Mr. J. R. Scales and wifo and Mr. Alfred Scales rolurned today from their trip down the river, hot three woeks they bavo boon floating down theiivorin a twonty-two-foot boat, camping on the banks hunting and fishing and having a gonoral good time, Both geutlemon woro good eailors and they shot every fall and lapid they camo to. There was a peouliar aocident at the Katy city office this morning. So mo improvements are being inado and among thorn was a big plato window, 4xS feet. Just opposite the win dow at a distance of about ten or twelve feet is Mr. Smith's desk and ohair. This morning a gentleman walked into tho oflico and sealed him solf in the ohair. Just as he did so tho head of tho bolt whioh holds iho big spring under tho chair gavo way and tho bolt shot as if from a gun and went through tho now window. The Principal of the Second Dis trict School In Trouble. W. E. Day, principal of the Fecond district colored school, was arrested yesterday evening charged with ag gravated assault upon the body of a son of Jack Wallace. The boy was pun ished by Dy for some'.disobediance or violation of the rules of the school of which he is a pupil, and the case promises to be an interesting one. Day gave bond in the sum of Si 00 for his appearance this morning to an swer the charge before the mayor's court He appeared this morning but upon the request of Justice J. N. Gallagher the case was reset for April 9. on account of the unavoidable ab sence of Judge W. W. Evans, the de fendant's .attornoy. About thirty witnesses have been subpoenaed in the case and the trial will occupy an entire day This is the Fame boy who, about the 1st of April, refused to sweep out the schoolroom when requested so to do. This disobediance was reported to Mrs. House, superintendent, and by her to the school board which re ported thereon to the city council as follows; ''Since the organization of the public free schools in Waco it has been a uniform custom and practice in the coloied schools to require the children by turns to sweep the house, no janitor being employed by the city. There has never been any written regulation on the subject and is not now and never has been any general objection, but recently an ob jection has been made, and tho board has adopted a written rule endorsing the former practice, to-wit : authorizing the principal of the school to require the pupils in turn, when neccessary, to sweep the house, and that a refusal to do so is an act of disobedienco, and the pupils shall obey or go home. We submit this regulation apphrable to colored bchools only for action of the com mittee." The above report, upon a vote of the council, of four to six, was not adopted. It is said by some that the'- charge made against Day was done more for tho political significance it will have, in tho present race for mayor, than from any other cause, Tho late grand juty returned 20o bills of indictments, all told. Of this number 59 were for felonies, ranging from murder in tho first degree to the theft of a oomraon $5 yearling, and tho remainder, 150, for misdemeanors. Perry Hottel was ro arrested this morning by Deputy Sheriff Press Standifor upon another indiotmcnt found by the late grand jury for em bezzlomont of over $20, up to tho time of g'lng to press he had not se cured bai', but it is thought he will do so in a short time. Tho Clark olub meets tomorrow night. PRICES aW Baking rwaen 4 w .:..,.. Hr, 'iw,"-- EVERY OA'E GOES IXTO EXTMCIES - Who comes to our Store and catches a glimpse of our Elegant Furniture and Beautiful Carpets, and no wonder, for we have the latest and the most stylish designs in every piece of HOUSBHOIvD IXJIfcSriXTJKU. We have OAK SETS in every shade from the 16th Century to the lightest modem; the finest of Cherry finish, 'and the newest pat terns of Birds Eye and White Ma'ple. 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. 518 AUSTIN ST RAILROAD MELANGE. Used in Millions of Homes o Years the Standee! Miscellaneous News Items from tho Depots Distinguished Visitors. The officers' car of tho San Antonio and Aransas Pats railway arrived 111 the city last night. On board wero General Passonger Agent 11. W. Andrews, General Superintondont George L Sand", General Inspootor, John H. Harris, F E. Nolson, Road master and Greeno Piokcns, stenogra pher. Tho trip is one of gonoral in spection and to introduoe Mr. Nelson tho new road maBter. Tho party bpent tho morning in driving over tho city and inspecting tho numerous improve ments now being mado bere. They expressed themselves as being well satisfiod with tho progress of Waco and the increasing business boing done by their road . Mr. Geo. L. Sands, of the San Antonio and Aransas Pass, stud that the cause of the coincidence of a visit of the officials of all the roads running into Waco within a week was that they all needed a good bath and that Waoo was the best town in the United States to get it. Be this true or not, it cer tainly is true that nearly all of the distinguished visitors tried the nata torium. The San Antonio and Aransas Pass is receiving sixty to seventy car loads of cattle a day from different points along its line for delivery to the Mis souri, Kansas and Texas here. The Katy has been drawn on for over 1000 stable cars which will be filled with cattlo from along the Aransas Pass railway. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas seems to bo doing all tho oattle haul ing for central and southern Toxas. Bosidcs tho 1,000 cars oallod for by the Aransas Pass thero have been nu merous oalls ulonj hor own lines and uumorous other tributaries. Tho Katy will haul many a thousand oarloads of cattle to tho market this year. The pay oar of the Arauaas Pass wis in the city yesterday afternoon and loft for tho south latt night, leav ingjall the boys happy. Tho Cotton Belt, Toxbb and Pa oifio and other roads will givo a very low excursion rate iuto Toxas on April 20. This was soourcd by Dirootor General Sloston and Gonoral Agent Fairbanks of tho Toxas Car Exhibit. Tho work boing done by the Texas cars has boon steadily increasing in effaotivoness, and Mr.Slosson sondHa list of several hundred names every week of partios who are coming to Toxas. All tho roads runniug into Toxas and having diroot oonneotion with roads running to the stato aro giving overy assistance possiblo to tho furtherauoo of tho cars worK. ine cars are now 111 ivon tuoky between Nashvillo and Louis ville. Their next postoffioe addrnbs will be Louisville Mr. L. O. Harwell with a largo con struotion gang is at work oreoting a big turn-tablo for the Aransas Pats. It is looated on tho recently purohased property on tho river bank and will bo near tho end ol the "Saps" big bridgo across tho river that rumor says )u shortly to bo built. L. WINANS FOR FiFsJciass Guaranteed Watch, Clock and Jewelry r?3i 1 R ipso. Plain and Artistic Engravings 620 Austin Avonuo Big Fight On Austin street in prices of oheap groceries Strictly For Cash. No deviation from this rulo undor under any ciruuuistanooB, 18 pounds grunulatod sugar tl; 51bs green ooffco $1, 4 packages ooffoo 9O0. 1 doz. :i00 matches for 25)., Star to bacco 4f)o., Tinsloy N. L. tobaooo 55o. Best pat. flour $1.40, meal 55o , 25 bars good laundry soap $1. 21b. tomatoes "J Tic. per doz., 31b. to matoes $1.30 por doz., 23lbs beans $1. Best unoanvaseed hams Ho., bran $1 per hundred. Many other articles too numerous to mention but all goods in my store at prices in proportion. Romombor mo and bring your cash and savo mouoy. J. T. OHAMBKIIS, Gil Austin strcot, Cummins 5 & Chair seat lOo Wash pan lOo (Jroam pitcher lOo Sugar bowl 10c Butter dish 10o Slop bucket 40o Lamp ohimnoy fo Good towol Big dipper 0 tumblers G goblets Sugar buoket Child's swing 35o Mop haudlo Ifio Dinner buoket 25o lOo lOo 2Jo JJGo ;).io 10 Cent Store. Good lantern GOo. Kitohen lamp Washboard Gallon bucket Uollandor Mon's jaokots Account book 40o lOo 10o 10c 25o lOo Box tooth pi'kblOo Good lamp 25o Fine sifter lOo Dish pan 15o Fire shovel 5o Stove polibh 5c Oil oau lfo Good combs lOo CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE, 703 Austin avo., bet. Gth and 8th sts. CHAIRMAN CARUTHERS. Tho Tall Sycamore of tho Waco Lumber Company tho County Chairman. Capt. A. J. Carutbers has been ap pointed by Gen. Felix Robertson chairman of McLennan county to or ganize uiark auu eieotivo commission olubs and he will begin at once to or ganize clubs over this county. It ought not to be necessary to organizo in McLennan but the action of tho Hogg men at Crawford shows thct whorevcr they can drum up a major ity they proposo to endorse Hogg, no matter what tho occasion. Thoy took tho Clark men unawares at Crawford and will do it again tho first opportunity.