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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY APRIL 2 1892.
gra BBmm maaumBga an aiia j b m B00T5 upo BOOTS ,B.- SHDE5 iTnlenhone or call at O. J. Miller's X .TACIES. r fresh strawborrica, banannas, Inrifla oral ces. California orances: P vnrrntablos. such as asnaracus. JAlaflower, celery, ripe tomatocH, ftcets, carrotB, turnips, rauishoB, greens to. Ivrcsn salt water usn every iucs- lay and Friday's. No 717 Austin Itrcot. S,rfpD5HDC5'S'rEp 5HDE5 e.F-SjviiTti, aints Oi w3" J- CJjiL S? nS y m D APER Decorations. 404 Austin Street, Novels by the thousand at Herz Bros. Thoy get tlio very Gncst copies of all the now workH wot from tho press. Dailies from all parts of tho linked States are received on first trains and opened fivo minutos after tho trains pas9 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., Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for one dollar. Franoo-Auicrican Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents each. Star Tobacco 40 eenU per pound Low priocs on everything. Call and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Groocr. Tucker's "Almondlno." Proof against cold winds and hot auuBhinc for the complexion. It has already becomo quite popular with tho ladies, as also with gentlemen to uso after shaving whon troubled with roughness and breaking out. Prioo 25 and f)0 cents per bottle. Prepared only by the Lion Drug Store, by W. L. Tucker. Following Suit. On and after March 1. 1892, I will sell for cah. My terms will bo from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper on every thing except lard. Prompt delivery as heretofore. Try mo for oash, Reapeotfully, 3. C. Stafford. Corner market (iOl Franklin st. m m A CARD To the Subscribers of the Substdj Fund of the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway. The notes gi en by the citizens of Waco to secure the building ot the above named road into Waco have been turned over to the road by J. V. 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, therefore who have such notes outstanding will please call at my office in the Pacific hotel building and settle up. James I. Moore. Plaoo your polioies with Dockery & Co. Best of companies. "WJT o 0 .4. 9 Business 3 Shoes -H-JILJIl. (t IS mako work cosior. Plaoo your polioies with Docktry & Co. Best of companies. H'l 1 Buy Egan's Athraclte coal. WACO TEXAS' WACO TEXAS' yRIBBLESKROS. j; " r r B The Popular Grocers, 05,lilitlu Avciiiio 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, ")()r .All, till Avenue. ALL OVEK TOWN. Ham Morris was arrested and jailed by Doputy Shoriff S. B. Pcvey upon the charge of theft of a cow. The Histronics will accept sincere thanks of the Woman's Exchange for the benefit given tnem last Tuesday night. Amount on hand (expenses paid) $42. At the meeting of the Board of Lady Managers ot the World's Fair association, at Col. Parrott's residence yesterday afternoon, no business of importance was transacted. Nothing will be done by the Waco board until after the meeting of tho state board at Austin, on April 7. Tho speech of Capt. T. A. Blair last night to tho colored peoplo has reooived many favorable comments. IIo advised thorn not to array them selves against tho whito peoplo of this country who wore their best friends and not to vote as a race but as in dopondont oiu'zocs and for tho best men. We call attention to tho fact that Mr. Edward Toby's, jr, olass in book keeping will begin next Tuesday, and ho requests that all pupils will be at olass room promptly at S p. m.. Ho still has room for several more pupils and we would advise those who de siro to becomo members of this olass to apply at once. His rates are ex tremely moderate, being only $32 50 for oourso oompleto including books. We call particular attention to the advertisement on our first page of Mr. W. E. Dupree. His house has the .largest stock of wagons and agricul turalimpliments of any housein Central Texas, and ho can sell at such prices and on such terms as few dealers can meet. Parties will save money by call ing on him. His cellars and store rooms are packed full of goods of all sorts and makes and he is there to sell and will sell to every one who calls, He pays no rent, has sole con trol and leads tho trade in all respects. BALL AMD CUE. TIIU AIUII&U.IIKIVT THAT WACO IMGUKL.Y WAITS I'Olt. Tlio Now Provident Itlllinnl I'urlor to be Opened To 11 it; lit I'lno CltNli loiih, No iv Olotli, I'olUliod Cues uiifl Iiiiiar)cil Ivory IIullw. One of tho grand events of tho week and ono of tho most pleasing to the amusement loving public is tho opening of a first-class, high toned and elegant billiard parlor in ono of the most elegant buildings in the city. The oponing of lho grand Provident Billiard Parlors whioh takes plaoo to night at 0:30 will bo hailed with gratification by all as a thing long needed and anxiously waited for in Waoo and Mr. W. O. Kollum, tho proprietor of tho now billiard parlors deserves a voto of thanks from tho public for having provided an elngant resort equal to tho best in the btato and without rcgatd to expense. The new billiard parlors aro in that most olegant of all Waco's edifices tho Provident building in the grand base ment rooms facing on Fourth street accessible tony and reohercho. Tho grand, commodious and handsome apartmonts to be devoted to tho ball and ouo aro tho finest apaitments in tho fine Provident building. They are largo airy and well appointed and tho now parlors will be a thing of beauty. Tho billiard tables six in number aro in tho highest style of art by tho greatest makers and aro said to be unsurpassed in tho stato. The lighting is simply gorgeous each table boing supplied with a grouping of in condescent lights which will mako the parlors as light as a sunny day, at night, while the splendid ventilation is unsurpassed in the oity. Tho furniture and appointmentsaroall olegant, and in every respect suoh as will woo tho amusement loving public to hours of innocent reortation. Waco has long needed suoh a resort, but il also ncedB a firm lono. The oity is in a transition stato in whioh the ca terers to publio amusements must anti cipate metropolitan airs. This tho proprietor of tho now billiard parlors has done. Thoy aro in keeping with tbo devolopument of clcganco and taste and will bo of immense benefit to tho city as an advertisement beforo tbo thousands of travelers and drum mers, that Waco is abreast of the other Texas cities. In this respect tho proprietor of tho Providont Bil liard parlors is a publio benofaotor. Tho management of this ologant establishment will bo conduoted by Mr. Geo. lleniok, whioh is a sufficient guaranteo that all polite atttentions possible will bo paid to patrons and no pains spared to mako them comfor table. Thoy should havo a grand turn out tonight. Tho German-American Citizen's club will meet at their " all, cornor of Third streot and plaz Monday. Every German speaking citizon is invitod to bo present. PRICES (m afllBakin powaer. t Used in Millions of Homes 4D Years the Standee! EVERY OA'E GOES LYTO EXTAOIES t. 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 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. 518 AUSTIN ST R.T. DENNIS & BRO.. rWolcomc back. Mr. R. B. Hays, the owner of con siderable property in Waco, was many years ago well and favorably known to all of the citizens. For many years past he has, being a comparative stranger in the city, having been en gaged in the postal service and a res dent of other Texas cities. Mr. Hays has returned to Waco for good and will add to the growing prosperity of the city by improving his Waco prop erty. He will at once erect a large building on Second and Franklin streets, which will be another fine ad diiton to this now popular street. In the name of all citizens of Waco, in cluding the babies, The News bids Mr. Hays welcome back to Waco. Blood Red Front Tho streets wero made lively yes terday by tho minstiol paradu and more lively today by a fino band of musio in a dross parudo flunked by youths carrying mottoos glorifying tl'o Blood Red Fronts clothing and gout's furnishing Btore No. 315 'Aus tin street. While in front of tho storo all day long tbo band discoursed sweet musio to big crowds. It was quite a Saturday event and tho musio was cs treat to over 5,000 peoplo. Tho Blood Rod Front Btore has been in the oity for nearly two years and iu that timo has built up a very lrgo patronage. Fow people havo an idea of tho immenso stook carried by this popular storo. It is ono of the largest in the oity and it is an unusually fine ono from tho plainest goods to tho finest. Mr. Aloxander F. Girard, tho pioprietor, is a thorough businoss man; ho has no partners and runs business in a way to make a perma nent customer of every ono who drops in to buyj with good goods, extremely rcasonablo prices and suave manners. The Blood Bed Front is making its bij mark in the trade 1 f Waco. - - Sleeper, (Jlifton & Co , Ladies' Ox ford fins $2 Ladies Oxford Tios $2.50, Ladies Ox ford Ties $3. mi D The Artesian Steam Laundry started on Monday morning with a big lot of work and is kept running steadily. Waoo knows a good thing whon she sees it. liRnrnrfi f! ait Snnalra &U U1UAU UjJUUlM So do I, but on a different subject, My noxt chss in Practical Book-keeping will begin April 5th. Number of my pupllB is limited. Many havo already ontored, but havo room for fivo more. Thoso wishing to tako ad vantago will address or call on mo at onco. My lessons are at night and do not intertcro with any other businoss. My terms ore extremely moderate, being only $32. ft) for oompleto courao, including books. Payublo half in ad vance and balanoo in a note of sixty days. Edward Tour, Jr., Toller Provident Nat'l Bank. Export Acoountant. T R Y I L. WINANS FOR Watch, Clock and Jewelry Plain and Artistic Engraving. 620 Austin Avonuo A Big Fight On Austin street in prices of ohoap groceries Strictly For Cash. No doviation from this rule undor under any circumstanoos, 18 pounds Rrunulated sugar $1; 51bs green ooffeo $1, -1 packages ooflco 9O0. 1 doz. :!00 matches for 25;)., Star to bacco 450., Tinsley N, L. tobacco 55o. Best pat. flour 1.40, meal 55o., 25 bars good laundry soap 1. 21b. tomatoes 95c. por doz., 31b. to matoes 31.39 per do,., 231bs beans 1. Best uuoanvassed hams Ho., bran $1 per hundred. Many othor articles too nuniorous to mention but all goods in my storo at prices in proportion. Remember mo and bring vour oash and save mouoy. J. T. CHAMBERS, Gil Austin street. For This Wook Only. 30 clothes pins, 5o 100 poker ohips, 30o. Gallon oil can, 20c Chopping bowl lOo Chopping knifo.50 Muffin, pan lUo Dross shields lOo Pressed wabh pan, 2oo. Sauco pan and cover, 15o. Plush album, 50o ( lamp wicks, 5c Bowl and pitcher, U5o. 3-gal. bucket, 20o Dinnoi buokot,20o Cofleo mill, 30o Wood bucket, 15o Good suspenders, lOo. Photo frames, lOo Nut oraokors, lOo Bread box, 40c Sugar bucket, 33o Krifo box lOo Quart dipper, 5o Covered sauco pan 10c. Hanging basket, 2O0. Sprinklers 25c Quart pitchcrs,10o Wire baskets, 10a gallon cup, Go Child's tray 15o (JummingB' 5 and 10 cont storo, 703 Austin ave., botween Seventh and Uighth street. "Turn Hor Looae." Mr. George Laneri, proprietor of the Cosmopolitan saloon, corner South Third street and the publio square, begs to inform his patrons and the public cenerally, that he has started up a free lunch from 10 to 12 a. m. and from 8 to 12 p m. on Saturdays. Give him a call and George will treat you right, CrO to Kellum & Lawson, for all kinds of real estate BuyJUgan's Blaoksmith oonl. ikSfifri M&.