THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY APRIL n 1892.
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
Is going to turn Texas looso and J
H. Shopo is alroady turning groceries
loose at priaca never before heard of
For spot cash.
.UJST THINK 01' IT.
Mormon potatoes per jbucket, only
Sugar cured 1 am uncanvasscd only
Sugar cured shoulders unoanvassed
only 10 cents
Breakfast baaon uncanvassed only
10 1 a cents
Sugar oured hams canvassed only
10 1 2 cents.
Gtanulatcd sugar still 120 pounds for
First patent flour per sack only $1 40
Arbuoklas and Lion ooffoo per pound
only 22 1-2 cents.
Three pound can tomatoes standard
full weight 10 cents.
Fresh com flakeB 20 pounds for $1.
Sootch oats per paokage only 10 ots.
Dried beef, best, per pound only
12 1-2 cents.
Meal por bushel only 50 cents.
J H Shope
Is boss on cigars and tobacco, biggest
line in Waco and lowest prices, lie
member 205 South Fifth street, third
house below Franklin.
Every day a special stlcday
About the 20th of this month
we will remove to 406 Aus
tin street, J. C. Stephenson's
McLendon : Bros,
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
No. 416 1-2 Austin St , Upstairs
Mr. O A. Lack is the cutter of the
A rate opportunity aw.iits lovers of
the drama this wook, the season be
ing virtually ovor the Davis Fifth
Avenue Theatro company have decid
ed to reduce thoir usual prices to the
popular onoB of 25, '.15 and 50 cents so
all can witness good playb, woll acted
at prices within tho rcaoh of all. Flir
tation ' a laughablo comedy tonight:
the grand play of Damon and Pythias,
Tuesday, and Wodneday matineo
and night the great success Ilaol
The Nkws takes plaesurs in ac
knowledging the receipt of cards to
the wedding of Miss Raohel 'osen
thai to Mr. Louis Ablowich. The
ceremony will take place Wednesday
evening, April 17th, at Temple Rodef
Sholem, and will be followed by a ro
ception at the Young Men's Hebrew
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anil lMotrlct Court-Tim Itnv ""
Tim .! or'x Unlirl The ,"UcC!lcl-
Inml III Case In I lie Mute Ulslrlct
The United Statc3 Circuit and Dis
triot courts were convened this morn-
Circuit Judgo A. P. MoCormick
and District Judgo John B. Rector
wore on tho bench.
Tho assignment of cases on the
law docket occupied most of the
The cases set arc as follows
271 Thomas Tinsloy vs Q
A Pinson, ct nl. Trespass to try
title. Set (or 20 inst.
42S Pablo Joo Martinez Del Rio
ct al vs Wood Martin, et al. Trespass
to try title. Continued by consent.
132 Mrs Virginia A Ilufft vs J T
I Hamilton, ot al. Trespass to try title.
Set for 23 inst.
.i33 Mrs Virginia A lluttt vs
Jamos Gowan, etal. Trespass to try
title. Set for 22 inst.
442 and 443 Voorheis, Millir
& Kupel vs. B K Brockinton, et al.,
440 C G Alford & Co. vs. B K
435 Rice, Stix & Co. vs. G Pes
sols, trial of right of property.
450 Voorheis, Miller & Itupel vs.
G. Pessels, trial of right of property.
457 E S Jaffrey & Co. vs. G Pes
sels, trial of right of property.
45b J V Farwell & Co. "vs. G Pes
sels, trial of right of proporty.
459 C G Alvord & Co. vs. G Pes
sels, trial ot right of property.
4G3 Edmund J Hart vs. T B Cox
et al., trespass to try title,
163 Martha L Triggs et al vs V
A Thompson et al. Trespass to try
title. All continued by consent.
47G P J Willis A: Bro vs J C Bald
win et al. Trespass to try title. Con
tinuod to await disposal of equity
4SI Tho II B Claflin Co vs S & L
Lyons. Dept. Set for 19 inst.
Plaintiff has leavo to amend.
4S2 Tho II Caflin Co vs J C
Joseph. Garnishee in 181.
4b3 The II B Claflin Co vs S
Wise. Garnishpc in 4S1.
4M The II 15 Claflin Co vs Chas
L Sanger. Garnishee in 841.
483 The II B Claflin Co vs Sam
Sanger. Garnishee in 4bl. Garni
shee discharged upon his answer.
IS9- -Wm Brady vs W A J Nichol
son. Trespass to try title. Contin
ued by consent.
493 II B Claflin & Co. vs Less
ing, Solomon & Bosenthal. Debt.
Set for 19 inst. Plaintiff has leavo to
4o) Jacob Hirsh vs W Goodrich
Jones, et al. Damages. Set for 30
William Mackenzie vs James
M Robertson. Damages.
I90 The American Freehold
Laud Mortgage Company, of Lon
don, Limited vs James M Robertson.
Damages. Continued by oonsont.
497 Chioago Bridgo & Co. vs.
Robertson oounty, Texas, debt. Set
for 22d instant.
19a Funck & Hortzler vs. S A
Owens & Son, debt. Sot for 21st
mstant. Plaintiff has lfave to amend.
501 Josoph Louis Hanchott ct al.
vs. T T Kirby et al,, trespass to try
502 Josoph Louis Hanchott et al.
vs. J E McCord et al., trespass to try
503 Joseph Louis Hanchott ct al.
vs. John N Winters ot al., trespass to
f)03 Josoph Louis Hanohett et al.
vs. Androw Herring.
505 Joseph Louis Hanchott et al.
vs. R. II. Overall et al , trospass to
5' (J Joseph Louis Hanohett et al.
vs. It. II. Overall, trespass to try titlo.
Continuod for survioo.
507 S. P. Jonos et al. vs. exoou
tors of V. R Baker ot al., trespass to
try title Set for April 23
Judgo MoCormick sustained Special
Master F N. Read in his decision in
the caso of Kerr iS. Roberts, intervonors
in tho suit of tho Central Trust Com
pany of Now York vs. the St. Louis,
l Arkansas & lexas Railway company.
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UUIV IJUII1UU1 L IO VUIIIIJUOUU Ul II HI.
Connelly, Sam Turner, R. S. White
head, M. S. Clark, H. E Aycock, W.
B. Sedwioh, Thos. L. MorriB, P. W.
Williams, Jr., J. J. StubbB, Goo. M.
Woods, J. II. Stribling and Perry
The other jurors summoned and
answering present this morning were
One of daintiest o cent cigars
over offorcd to tho public in Waco.
Puro tobacco, well made, free
smoker, delicious aroma. Try it.
Kept by the New Cigar Store, No. 110
South Fourth street, next to telegraph
M H Harris, W L Armstrong, John
Morchoad, B 0 Dookery, J It Dillard,
The suit of Sam S Stratton vs The
Western Union Telegraph Co., for
10,000 damages was, by request of
dofendant, raised from tho state oourt.
Court adjourned at 11 :0 until 10
o'clock tomorrow morning.
The argument of the attorneys in
the McClelland will case commenced
this morning in the district court and
will likely occupy the entire day.
Sam Smith was acquitted this
morning in the county court of the
charge of aggravated assault and bat
tery. John Hood was convicted of the
charge of carrying a pistol and was
'Ihe case of W. E Day, the colored
principal of the first disttict colored
school, against whom a charge of ag
gravated assault and battery was
lodged some tune ago for whipping
affiant's son, came up this morning
in the major's court. The boy testi-l
fied that he had been severely beaten
by Day with time switches and a
stick, and that it was done becauso
Day was mad with his father and
mother on account of the active stand
they took against Mrs. Moore, the
colored teacher, some time ago.
Dr. W. W. Wilkes stated that he
had examined the boy at the instance
of the boy's father and found a num
ber of marks on his left arm and back,
but that he had no seveer scars upon
him and needed no medical treat
The evidence of other witnesses
conflicted with the above and was to
'he effected that the Wallace boy was
quite an unruly one and was constant
ly violating the rules of the school
He was punished for fighting but re
sisted and made fight, stating that his
fatherjhad told him not to allow Day to
whip him, and that he would not take
it. Punishment to an immoderate
degree was not shown and the jury re
turned a verdict ot not guilty without
leaving the box.
The case has created much excite
ment among the negroes, the Moore
faction taking sides with Day and the
anti faction against him. It is said
also that tho charge bad also consid
erable political significance and Day
and his friends considered they have
gained a signal victory. The defend
ant was ably represented by Judge W,
W. Evans and Justice J. N.Gallagher
"Whoever thinks a faultless piece to see,
Thinks what ne'er was,
Ne'er is nor, e'er will be.''
We will not claim for our Stock absolute perfectiou, but we
do not hesitate to say that this Season's Stock embraces
so much of
Excellence and Superior Merit
That it would be difficult for the most fastidious to find the
semblance of a serious fault. Not only are our styles
and goods the
Latest, Richest and Best.
But we have business advantages and facilities that others
cannot claim, enabling us to quote always the
Lowest Possible Prices.
We occupy our own building and save
Per annum in rents and other expenses,
And it is easy for us to
Make Our Prices Low.
We invite your attention to our immense stock of
Cheval Bedroom Suits
At $20, $23.50, $25, $28 50, $30, $35, $40 and $45. These
goods are all Money Savers and and embraces the latest
and most reliable styles.
We are showing the only complete assortment of these
goods in the city and our prices are the lowest. See what we
can show you in $16, $20, $25, $30 and $35 boards. We
are firm in the faith that you can find
No Better Values
THE CLARK MEETING
Answer to the Call tho Patlrots
Quite a number of the friends of
Judge Clark have already arrived in
the city and more are coming on each
train today and tonight. The chances
are now lhat the meeting tomorrow
will be one of tho most interesting and
composed of the staunchest Democrats
in the state.
The meeting will be called to order
at 12 o'clock sharp tomorrow in the
Blue Room of the city hall. Some
of the old wheel horses of Democracy
will be there.
The game of base ball at Padgitt's
Park yesterday was watched with
much interest, for the most part, by a
rcspectablo audience, but a number
of "kids,"' ranging in ago from ten to
eighteen years, wero on hand and
made themselves very conspicuous by
the frequent use of bad and indecent
language to the great annoyanoe to all
others. These scamps will, hereafter,
be under the.close watch of officers and
respectful conduct will bo
maintained. The beer guz
zling propensities of pome of
these boys is disgusting. The cala
boose doors are awninc: for some of
I them. A word to the wise is sufficient.
2 OUR GREAT B-
Is a Raging Success. In point of
STYLE and CONVENIENCE
We think this bed is without a rival and our customers are
daily adding their endorsement to our opinion.
THEY ARE GOING FAST
And you should see our stock without delay.
DOR FINE $40 UPRIGHT FOLDING BEOS
Are all sold but we will have another shipment very soon
and we will offer a few
$65 BEDS AT $5
You will find some very desirable styles in this line and will
find that our prices cannot be duplicated.
QUALITY ALWAYS FIRST.
Price, in Every Instance, the
Waco Furniture Company,
Cor. Sixth and Jackson, near Waco Lumber Co.
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