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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL19 1892.
BDDT5 BQQT5 FURNITURE AND CARPETS 0 Look What You can Got at 0. J. Mlllor's Bargain Store, io dozen eggs for $1. 20 pounds granulated sugar for $i. Smoked dried beef at 1 1 cents. Dried salt shoulders at 7 cents. Breakfast 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 adoz Banannas at 15 cents a dozen, 717 Austin street. !ID 3HDE5- 4, ;HQE5 m ft s Wi 'b j 5 SUV .V, ,.. .,? . t-V Ke&.J y - i u wi t w ih nr. in v - tUfJ.tX,'!fi "k k f inT- I HI Thoro! Stopl Walt a Minute!. I Invent you forgot something. Didn't your pretty wife tell you to get "The Delinqator" so she could make Daisy's new dress in style. Go to Ilerz Bros, and get it or there will be a row. Or maybe it was that ,box ot cigars you were going ? - to treat yourself with. What ever it was Herz Bros, have got it in either reading or smoking. Give the boys a call for whatever you want at Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franoo American Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 3 pound oans, 30 cents caoh. Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low prices on everything. Call and boo Joe S. Thompson, The Grooor. Touching Planois and Organs. I claim to be a cheap house, but unlike some of my competitors, I do aell goods that arc not first-class. Still 1 hive more first-class goods ia my house tban any houee in Waco, and I do not have to wire anyone to know the loweBt price I can sell a piano like every other first-class house and keop all kinds,botb choap, medium and first-class. But unlike some other houses I do not sell a cheap instru ment as first-class, becauso I am my own boss, and do not have to do as I am told about these thing?. ( Neither have I as doliea'e a musical ear as some, still I sell more pianos and organs, better ones and for less monoy than any houso in Waco notwith standing the faot that I am not the oldest house in the state and have sold sewing maohincs and do trade for mules, horses and cattle and take them at good prices and sell goods at cash prices and will meet any com petitors Come and sec me. Yours truly, J. B. Payne. Tom Padgitt bought the entire stook ol buggies and carriages at the S. A. Owens & Son, United Statos Marshal's salo at almost nothing. A largo number of them havo been told but ho has still a low on hand whioh ho offers still at remarkably low pri ces. It is a chanoe foru person of small means to buy a nice buggy and enable bis wito to put on stylo over her loss fortunato neighbors. Lots A. m'XJUfmtftr -r...TO s WACO TEXAS' WACO TEXAS- G Are tlio iHipula' grocers. Alwajs new anil fresh goods. I Kvery delicacy of Uio season la season, B A 11, tho fine A 1 gooiU. licit of Terjftulng, is thalr motto. Lowestt possible prices L :es. E Pollte.atlentlon and stylo. ompt deliver Is the ros. )f C.rlbblo Broi. Grocers, D05 Austin ATenue. ALL OVEK TOWN at College Heights the popular place for those seeking homes whioh are now cheap, bnt which will bo elegant location, by Kellum & Lawson, the leading real estato dealers, 113 South Fourth street. I Full Again. Tho pool at the natatorium is full again with bright, clear, sparkling water and open day and 'night. A fine aro light is a part of tho new improve ments. Tho Citizons railway have put in a now switch, reducing the timo to tho natatorium from 12 1-2 to 10 minutes Bugg Tom Padgitt's. Rllrvrflna nf kt 1QS lowest prices ever known at Tho White Hail and Hewitt Hoeg olubs will hold a joint mooting at tho latter plaoo Friday nicht. Mr. P. P. Cravens will bo tho principal speaker Mr. Bud Worsham, while shoeing a fraotious horse yesterday altornoon had tho misfortune of having his loft hand badly torn with a nail he bad driven. Waco is infested with a gang of hoodlums and toughs who have, ap parently, just recently arrived. They may be seen on the streets at all hours either singly or in groops of from throe to five. Deputy Sheriff Leo Jenkii.s and Detective Van Hall arrosted yesterday afternoon a man named Jaok Goff on a oapias from Llano county, and look ed him up to await an offioor to tako him there. Goff is wanted for thoft. Great interest is being manifested in the racos at tho driving park on next Thursday. Somo speedy horses have been entered and some closo races may bo uxpeotod. Thoro has also been some good raocs matched for May 4. Contractor Fowler has tho lot, on which the Waco Natatorium is to bo built, about cleared of the well drill ing apparatus. Ho will drill a well at Waxahachie next and thon go to the Pecos Valley in West Texas and New Mexico. The Citizens' Street Railway com pany will shortly put a force at work putting in the switches on tho University tseit lino so as to accom modate a double eorvioe. As soon as tho new cars arrive the oars will run both ways. The bankers of the city are making very elaborate preparation towards the entertainment of their guests next month, The programme is quite ex tensive and will hardly give the visi tors a moments rest during their three days' stay. Lou Williams was fined $5 and costs this morning in Justice Galla gher's courl for disturbing tho peace, While tho track laying force is put ting in tho switches on the Univorsity Bolt the cars will run both ways and transfer at tho meeting points. This inconvenicnoe will last only a short time. The local druetrists will meot to night in tho offioo of the Behrons Drug company for tho furtherance ot plans for tho entertainment of the State Pharmaceutical association whioh meets hero next month. A mortgago was filed yesterday afternoon at 5:15 on a large amount of real estato, tho property of Travis 1 . Jones, in favorjof H.J. Canfield to so euro tho paymont of a note for $10, 000 endorsed by tho said Canfiold. Tho Waco druggists will vio with tho bankers in tho stylo in which thoy will entertain their guests. It is con fidently expeotod that this mooting of tho Pharmaceutical association will bo the best attended in tho history of the organization. Beginning oa May 10th the Texas Banking association and the Texas Pharmaceutical asociation will ouch hold a thrco day's session in Waoo. On May 11th just one day after the others begin tho Stato Firemen will convene tor a three days' convention . Tho switches in the University Belt will be located as follows : One on Speight, opposite the University, one on Eighth, near Cleveland, and a third on Sixth, near Clay street. On Fourth street the double track will be put in operation from a point about midway between Clay and Cleveland to Austin Avenuo. The progress of Franklin street is stoady and unceasing. The next two fine buildingB, and whioh are already under way, will bo Stone's now addi tion to the Hotel Royal and Palmo's now hotel on Sixth street. Each of tlieso two will havo from twenty to forty first class bath tubs for bathers and bo in all respeots iirss class. SHORE I)I:FI:NS1:S" aro tho tlunie of statesmen and rulers, but tho niassos of the peoplo nro geeking u Sure Defense against high prices and poor qualities in Furniture ami CnrjietB. Thoso who buy of us find ample protoetlou ngtiiiiBt both, and sook no further placo for surety. OUR P11I0E8 CAN NOT HE MET by our opponents. Call and bo convinced. R. T. DENNIS &BRO. 518 AUSTIN ST Tho Artesian Steam Laundry is the biggest laundry in Texas and is al ready doing a fine business. J. P. and Geo. A. Wood proprietors. All tho fine finoy imported French and English cloths at Gabert Bros , tho leading merch ant tailorB. Thoy carry a big stook, admirably selcoted, and embracing all the novelties of tho spring of q2. Sleeper, Chifton & Co., Ladios ooze Oxfords 2.50, $y and U. Thero was a pieoo of hoodlumism Saturday night whioh fortunatoly is raro in Waoo. When tho alarm of firo was soundod Mr. Thomas Cald well, a fireman who livos on South Sixth street, started up that strcot on his horse, going to tho fire. At the corner of Mary sovoral men or large boys ran into tho street and tried to stop him, but ho passed through them and went on to tho fire. On his ro turn ho passod the same plaoo and rho samo orowd was there und mado an other attack. Four ot them caught his horse and started to pull him olT wniio tne otucr tnroo stayod on tiie sidewalk. Mr. Laldwell resisted and tho boys beoamo lnghtoned and de camped. As soon as possible a po liceman was summoned, but the hood lums got away. EAHTER AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Most Boautirul Sorvlce by tho Sab bath School Sunday Night. Among the Easter exercises that woro espeoially worthy ot attention and which This News by inadvertanoo failed to mention was that given by the Sunday School of tho Christian church on Sunday ovening laBt. At 8:15 Mrs. Bagby took hor soat at the organ and to the strain of an appro priato pieco twenty-six bright faced ohildron marched in and took their re spective positions on tho rostrum. The superintendent, Mr. W. S. Bluck shear, then announced the work for tho evening and made a brief roview ot the school's prosperity for the last ilvo months. Beginning fivo months ago with sixty-five pupils the school now numbers 165, a gain of 100. Tho children thon began their work, and for about thirty minutes their ohor uscs and responses delighted cno of tho largest audioncos that has over as sembled in the Christian ohuroh, noticablo among the musio being tho ohorusos, "Christ, the Lord is Risen," the trio, with violin Hooompauiment, and the song of the bix littlo ones, with their propor motions. The pastor, F. N. Calvin, then took charge of ibo exercises, and announced that tho re maining part, for forty-fivo minutes, would bo carried out by the older pupils. Taking up the story of the crucifixion and the resurootion where tho littlo onos had left off tho larger pupils carried it through with proper songs, responses and rooitations. The anthems, "Mary to tho Savior's Tomb," and "Jesus is Risen," tho solo, b Miss Artie Calvin and ohorus, ''Cal vary," and tho male quanotto deserves special attention. Tbo pulpit stand was a porfcot mass of flowers. In front was a cross of cedar with word "Calvary" across the beam, an arch immediately ovor tho pulpit had the wotds upon it in flowers, "Jesus Our Star," and another aroh back of this ono told in flowers, "Josus is Risen," while still further back a fountain sprayed a band of flowers. Tho instrumental musio was furnished by Mrs. Laura Bagby, at tho organ, Prof. Rcnick and Miss Knola Calvin with violins, Mr. Hurwood, flute, aud Mr. Millioan, oornot. M. The headquarters for diamonds watches, docks, jewelry and all sorts of jewelry. JLe Tho headquarters for fancy articles and articles of virtu. Winaits The headquarters for fino and dcli oate watch repairing is at Jeweler M. L. Winan's, tho popular jeweler, 520, Austin streot, Swiss : Bakery. Comer Bltli and Washington Stiets. 1'itsIi IIitiuI Hulls anil Cakes I'.virjr mnrnlni; nt.lo'cloclc llouiu open from 6 o'clock In the morning to 10 In tho ovoulug. Federal Court. In the oaso of II. B. Claflin & Co. vs. Leasing, Solomon Ss Rosenthal a judgment was rendered for plaintiff for amount sued for. The cao of tho II. B. Claflin Co. vs. S. & L. Lyons i on trial. Tho appli cation for a continuation was over ruled. A waiver of jury was filed. Bakin Powd er: Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standacfc ir SAVED HIS LIFE. What Padgitt's Hot Baths Did for a Now Yorker. Waco, Texas, April 14, 18q2. Tom Podgitt, Esq.; Dear Sir. I armed in your city last Novembor with inflamma'orV rheumatism, my lungs also being af feoted with rheumatic fovor. I was givon up to dio and sont to Texas to prolong my lifo. Hoaring of tho ben efits derived from the artesian baths in yonr natatorium, I went through a courso of twenty-ono baths. lieforo I undortoolc to Uko tho baths I weighed 100 pounds, was very sick, with a poor appotito. After tho tonth bath I could eat four good meals every day. I weigh today 1215 pound, am in tho best of hoalth and will start for Now York Juno, thanking you and all the people in Waco for the benefit I derived in your oity since I havo bcon here. Very respectfully, Jamba Grebiiv. 137 East 117th St., New York City. Religious Notice. Thero will bo preaohing at the Tenth Street Methodist ohuroh to night at a o'clock by Rev C. N. For-guson. Mayor's Court. John Sullivan was up before tho mayor this morning to answer tho charge of violent, offensive and ob streperous conduct and the evidence developed quite an amusing coin cidence which resulted in the dis charge of the defendant. Luiie Gillett, a lady of easy virtue, was charged some time ago in two complaints with intoxication and dis turbing the peace and with vagrancy, in that she was a common prostitute. These cases have beencontinuod three times, for cause, and finally set for trial this morning She was not pres ent when her case was called and hor bonds were forfeited and warrants issued for her re arrest. Con Regan was fined 5 for intox icaiion. The motion for a new trial in the case ot iJim laylor.wno was lined $5 yesterday morning for loud, boiste ous and indecent language upon tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas platform, was overruled. Commissioner Christian Resigns. Tho many warm friends and sup porters of County Commissioner F. A. 01 ristian will jegrot to learn that he has resigned from the board This step was mado necessary on account of tho illnefs of his wifo, who requires his ; n tiro time and attontion Com missioner Christian and wifo left yes terday for Florida for the benefit of the lattPr'e health and cxpoet to return about Novombor 1st. His friends of tho Sixth precinct statu that they are determined to re turn him to his old position at the noxt election, whero ho has served them so faithfully and so long Mo Lcnnau county can illy afford to dis pense with tho services of suoh an of ficer, and the citizens of tho cntiro county will rejoice to eo him occupy his old position upon tho hoard aud in tho mcantimo wish him bon voyage, a pleasant and protitablo trip abroad and a safe return homo. Shooting gallery, south side squaro, Norris & Hrotbor. Open day and niuht.