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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY APRIL u 1892.
BOOTS 0 1 . ;unrc. BOOTS ,,,. OL- -dSHOt'5 FUHliiyiE aid m Look What You can Got at 0. J. Miller's Bargain Store, io dozen eggs for $1. 20 pounds granulated sugar for $i. Smoked dried beef at r i cents. Dried call shoulders at 7 cents. Jlreakfast bacon (sugar cured) at 1 1 cents. Spiced pigs' feet at 15 cents. Fresh fish at 10 cents a pound. California oranges at 20 cents a doz Banannas at 15 cents a dozen, 717 Austin street. Sb W, -: iL..ty-" 'V-J MnV h jVtaI is 1 n ? .to I i i. .. I k 1'J f A'' V1 :.. V ', v. i. ft 50 -JT, . n "-vs. IPETS. e tm fe? -a 'k n r tr ijj- k5 l ' I8' k j, r-jii-ZK. u ' n l V fl',.t H la J . V K - fll Nmu- 1 HI Therol Stop! wait a Mlnutol. I Invent you forgot something. Didn't your pretty wife tell you to get "The Delineator" so she could make Daisy's new dress in style. Go to Hcrz Bros, and get it or there will be a row. Or maybe it was that box of cigars you were going to treat yourself with. What ever it was Iicrz Uros. have got it in either reading or smoking. Give the boys a call for whatever you want at Don't bo Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franco American Food Co's French Soup, 3 pound cans, 3(J cents eaoh . Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound Low prices on everything. (Jail and see Joe S. Thompson, The Grocer. Touching Planoo and Organs. I claim to be a cheap house, but unlike some of my competitors, I do sell goods that aro not first-class. Still 1 have more first-cliss goods n my house tl an any home in Waco, and 1 do not have to wire anyone to know the lowest price. I can sell a piano like every other first-elass house and keep all kinds,boUichoup, medium and first class. But unlike tome other houses I do not Bell a cheap instru ment as first-class, because- I am my own boss, and do not have to do as I am told about these thing". Neither have I as delicate a tnuiical ear as some, still I sell more pianos and organs, hotter ones and for less money than any houso in Waco notwith standing tho fact that I am not the oldest house in the state and havo sold sewing maohines and do trade for mules, l&rses and cattle and take them at good prices and sell goods at cash prices and will meet any com petitors Come and see inc. Yours truly, J. B. Payne. Tom Padgut bought the entire stook ol buggies and cirriages at tho S. A. Owens & Son, United Statos Marshal's salo at almost nothing. A largo number of tem havo been told but li'i has still a tow on hand which ho offers still at remarkably low pri ces It is a chanco for a person of small means to buy a nico buggy and enable his wife tn put on stjle over her less fortunato neighbors. T iTf G ac College Heights the JLivJ L)3 popular place for thoso soekinc homes which are now cheap, but which will bo elegant location, by Kcllum & Lawson, tho leading real estato dealers, 113 South Fourth street. Waco will do tho right thing by the enterprising ynung firm or Hilt m lo., anu uonor lucm wiwi a visit Friday. on r Friday, April 15 h will be a brliday at Hilt & Oo.'s, and their friends aro all invited to call. Bug-g llticrrrlna fit. trip 16S lowost prices over known at Tom Padgitt's. Tho Artesian Steam Laundry is the biggest laundry in Toxas and. is al ready doing a fine business. J. P. and Geo, A. Wood proprietors. On Friday, Hilt & Co, will be pleased to Be thoir friends at their store, 414 Austin street. A 11 tho fino fnoy imported -C&. 1 French and Kuglisn olotl a at Gabert Bros, tho loading raorot nt tailors. Thoy carry a big stock, admirably selcoted, and embracing a'l the novelties of tho spring of o2. vbet: v -nx ?':,. Si.B4-r.5gri WC0TlXA5- G Arc tlic pnnul&i grocers. A lways new and frosli good. Kvery delicacy (f Hie seasun In aensou, B All tho line A 1 goodc. I!dt of erer) thing. Is their nn tto. Lowest! poflBlhlo iirlccs. rolltejatlentloonnd omit dellor la tho DlJiU. Bros. Of oilbblo Hro. Grocers, COS Aiutin Avenue. ALL OVEK TOWN. All cases set for trial today in district court wero continued till term. F. K Johnson, Frank Arthur the next and eaoh William Growl wero fined $2 this morning in ihe mayor's court for bcinr asleep in a publio place. The Waco bicyclers, who were to meet for organization, have postponed their meeting until next week somo time. The date will bo published in The Nkws. There was just 248 people who got their suppers at the Pacific hotel Tues day and the last man praised the establishment and 'aid that it was the best supper he had ever gotten in the state The regular meeting of tho K. 0. T. M. will be held tomorrow (Friday) night at I. (J 0 F. hall at 8 o'clock. A full attondanco detirod. Thore will bo work in tho first, scootd and third dorees. The firemen will give another of their enjoyable hops at the West End station tomorrow night. These affairs are always pleasant and well managed. The best of music is always in attendance. Ham Morrell and Lem Mathews, charged with the theft of a bull wero brought before Justioe J. N. Galla gher this morning and waived exami ning trial. Thoy wero admitted to bail in the sum of $.100 and 300 respectively. JP 3u THE NATIONAL BOARD OF HEALTH WASHINGTON, D. C. In Bulletin Supplcnteut No. 6, page 33, places Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder HIGHEST OF ALL IN LEAVENING STRENGTH. Prof. R. C. Kcdzie, of the Michigan State Agricultural College, who personally superintended the examination, says: "With the exception' of DR. PRICE'S CrCam Haking Powbhr, which is a cleanly, pure, whole some compound, conforming with natures own formulas of human diet, we found every sample more or less tainted," ".. -'ttiaia WACO TEXAS- Quite a number of poople have asked why tho now sower is to bo run so far from tho business portion of town. Jt was so located by tho oity engineer on acoount of tho drainage. Water will not run up hill, and there fore it had to bo located at tho bot tom of the hill. It follows the general oourso of Waco croek nearly to its haad. Have you seen those 50 cents sus penders and 25 cent hose in the show windows of the . Hansell Wood Shoe and Clothing company. Take a look at them and alwajs koep your eye on those show window. There is always something pretty and new, and tempt ing and those who linger to look usu ally stop to buy. Tho Hansell Wood show wjrdows are always pretty and attractive. Ho Sold it. Exasperated Woman of tho EIouso 1 havo told you a dozen times 1 don't want tho machine! Sick him, Tigol Peddler (whilo tho dog is (gnawing his leg) Don't want tho machine, ma'am? Pardon mo, you haven't yet scon half its good points. It washes tho clothes cleaner than any other, and in less than half tho time. It uover tears oil a but ton. It "Good heavens! Don't you seo what tho dog is doing?" "Yes. Quito a playful animal. This machine-, ma'am, uses less soap, takes up less room" "Ho'll tear you to pieces if you don't go! Kuu, for mercy's sakol Ilo's tasted blood, and I'm afraid 1 can't mako him stop now!" "1 havo to put up with such things, madam, and it's in a good cause. This machino is tho best ono that ever was invented. If 1 can succeed in introduc ing ono into a family 1 always feel that 1 havo dono a benovolont act. You can uso any kind of water, hard or soft, hot or" "Oh. Oil, Oh! Ho'll kill you! What is tho machino worth?" "It's worth a million dollars in nny family, but I'm selling it for only live dollars, and" "Hero's your money. I'll take it. Tigol Tigol Let go!" "Let him chow, ma'am lot him chow It's a wooden leg I've- got annthnr one at home all ready for use when tin one is wo' 11 out. Looks -is tl we von- noing t'lue rain leiui nlr. von imm u-m any ki.nl ol wnu'r, mid it your Miip n all right yuii ran Ukti'! Hc'm got nivti of it. (jonil nj; T: ,' 'mi I ilug! Well 1 uidxt Ik-; ; Ai.. ..in.,,, ui.i'.nn " Chicago TVtlinae 111, I 11 1,1,' . 1 in u--1 "t ..ll'l.l. . Hie Uinu ! i ! i'i-,1 i.l t.i '..,n ut uun il.l tunc lll.l'K' UI'l.lllgeilH'lU.-i t.) elCUl m handsome monument in Copenhagen in honor of the golden wedding of tho kiug nd queen of Denmark. "SHOItK IM'.KHNSKS" aro the thenioq of 4tntpmnen and rulers, but tho musses ot tho pcoplo aro perking a Sure Defense ngainst high prleoa and poor qualities in Furniture unci Cnrpcts. Thoso who buy of u find aiuplo protection airiiiust both, and seek no further placo for safety. OUR PRICES CAN NOT HK MRT by our opponents. Call and bo convinced. R. T. DENNIS &BRO. How Fait Will Trottm-i OoT At present a lively interest is being taken in tho discussion of tho fastest possible trotters, sciuntists horsemen Mid others venturing all sorts ot wiltt opinions on tho subject. This remiiuH mo that tho name .subject was up during tho summer of 1HS;S, when many ot the lending mathematicians of tho country plotted "curves" and advanced theories in a vain uflort to determine how last horses will ultimately Hot. and when this maximum will bo reached Oneol tho most learntd of these articles win by Prolessor K. li. Niplier, ol this statu which appeared in the .Inly 18SH limn ber of Tne Ameru an .lounmfol Soiem e According to Piolessor Ntphers eon elusions, the speed to which the Allien call trotter will constantly approximate but never reach, is one mile in innetv two seconds, or l:;l'A lie nlo eonelniles that the time of tho trotting linre will im reduced to within one second ot tins lig uro in aiiO jcai's.iltei the e.-u lhliO that la to say in the year of out Loid 'i'i'M Bin it must be remembered that our great Missouri scientist vas too se-tute- to claim absolute certainty for his lignum Ho oven admits that the maximum speed may possibly bo as great its iini seconds. In the course ot ten years 01 in 18'J3. ho says in his articlo the limit can bo definitely h.ed. Ho also 10 marked that ho was ijuite suro thai eventually the maximum speed ot trot ting and of miming horses will uillur only by a fow seconds. In an article following tho ono qnotori from abovo, Mr. Niphor stated that lit! had mado a new calculation based on mathematical rather than on graphical methods. Tho maximum time thus on tained was cighty-ono instead of ninety threo seconds. Tho probablo error of this deduction, according to tho pro fessor'a opinion, is not over four sec onds. From tho results thus obtained it is not likely that tho running horse will bo able to surpass tho trotter at the end of tho year D'JOO. It is a curioua speculation, to say tho least, to oven guess that by an artificial gait tho trot ting liorso will finally be able to make hotter timo than ono of his species wlu travels as naturo intended ho should. St. Louts Republic. Iluiitllif; nui os. There do not Heoin to bo as many harea now ns thoro used to bo when I was a boy. Then tho "old fields" nud branch bottoms used to bo full of them. Thoy woro peculiarly oui game; 1 mean wo used to consider that thoy belonged to us boys. 1 noy wero rather scorned by tho "gontlo men," by which was meant tho grown up gentlemen, who shot par tridges over tho pointers, and only picked up a hnro when sho got in their way, and tho negroes used to catch them in traps or "gum," which wero traps mado of hollow f iim treo logs; but wo boys wero tho bare hunters. They woro our property from childhood; just rus much, wo considered, as Bruno and Don, tho beautiful crack pointers, with theii brown eyes and satiny ears nud coats, woro "tho gentlemen's." Tho negroes used to sot traps nil tho fall nud winter and wo, with the natural tendency of boys to imitate whatever is wild and primitive, used to sot traps also. To toll tho truth, however, tho hares appeared to have a way of going into tho negroes' trapi rather than into ours, and tho fonnei caught many to our ono. Tiomau Nulfion Pnjo in St. Nicholas It Was All ItlKht. Hotel Clerk Is this thousand dollnr bill tho smallest thing you havo about you? Departing Guest I am afraid it is. Ulork (to bellboy) Hero, take this bill out to ono of tho waiters aud ask him to change it. Life, 518 AUSTIN ST M. The headquarters for diamonds watches, clocks, jewelry and ,all Eorts of j owelty. :l Tho hpidquartcrs for fancy artiolos and articles of vi'tu. Winaiis The headquarters for lino and deli cate watch r piiring is at Jeweler M. L. Winan's, tho popular jowolcr, 52(1, Austin street. Swiss : Bakery. Corner Hxtli and Wnnhlngton StroHH. Fresh Urcad Hulls mill Cakes Kv ry moraine "til Colonic II mo orenlroin 5 o'clock In tl 0 morning to 10 In tho uvoulntl. Lots in the Provident addi tion for sale on snob terms as will attract the most squeamish buyers, by Kellum & Lawson, tho lending real estato dealers, 113 South Fourth street. Tho largest stook of screen doom and windows at Curtis & Orand'a. Pretty souvenirs will be given to vii-itors to flilt it Co.'h reception day, Friday, April 16th. Tfiie Gabert Broj aro tho leading tailors. They have the finest wrrkmen in tho state, stud aro artists in cutting and fitting. If you would be well dresbed givo them a call. A .1. Lcsho lor first-class watoh clock and jowelry ropairiug. Samo building with II. E. Ainbold Austin Avenue. A visit from the ladies to Hilt & Co., Friday is respectfully solicited by them. Curtis & Orand havo tho largest stock of screen doors and windows. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup. This remedy is a suro euro for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will fetop a oouch in ono night, no mutter how severe. It is just what its namo implies; an onion syrup, coin pounded in such manner as to do away with tho un pleasant taste and odor of the vegita blo. When in need of a euro for a cough or cold, try it. Price HO cents. Sold by W. 1$. Morrison & Co. Snreon doors and windows at tis & Orand Cur- Full Again. The pool at tho natatorium is full again with bright, clear, sparkling water itnd open day and night. A fino aro light is a part of tho new improve ments. Tho CitizoDH lailwuy have put in a now sw.tuh, reducing the timo to tho natatorium from 12 1-12 to 10 minutes Dainty touvemrs will bo prcfented to eaoh vUttor who honors Hilt & Co., with a call on Friday April 15. Host Perfect Made. No Ammonia. No Alam.