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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY APRIL 21 1892. 1
BG0T5 KHHTt: FURNITURE AID CAPETS Look What You can Got at 0. J. Miller's Bargain Store, 10 dozen eggs (or $1. 20 pounds granulated sugar for 1. Smoked dried beef at 11 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 a doz. Uanannas at 15 cents a dozen, 717 Austin slreci. lj ..-ftD' . A kL mmur jlS-C-"-"" " '"''.- 1 jMnr M StfBTs i I . k K Vk VK k- I . t . l ..vj - n ;, . r -38 . tJi lr'ysl - w y & - a -' r" i&Lvai 1 ai, ----.. t v 1 ' i t U S&s s rss. mK (k f r jfAr - 'S.e V Kt tF HI Therol Btopl Walt a Mlnuto!. Havcnt 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 Ilerz 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 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 Go's Frenoh Soups, 8 pound cans, 3(J cents caoh . Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low prices on everything. Call and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grocer. Extras for Buggies. Carriago and buggy tips, oarriago and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, oush ions, 'zy backs, springs, 5th wheels, shaft shaokles, prop nuts, prop joints, outs, storm aprons, shaft tops tinglo t 'ecs, shafts in pairs or odd, poles, broist yokes,polo circles, dathes, dash raiis, seat handles, cto , oart wheels and springs, at T. P. Sparks & Son's. Tom Padgitt bought the ontire stook of buggies and carriages at the S. A. Owens & Son, United States Marshal's salo at almobt nothing. A largo number of them havo been Eold but he has still a few on hand which he offers still at remarkably low pri ces - It is a chance for a person of small means to buy a nice buggy and enable his wifo to put on stylo over her Icsb fortunato neighbors. Merit Wins. Wo desiro to say to our oitizons that for years wo have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buck len's Arnica Salvo and Electric Bitters and have never handled rcmodies that sell as well, or that have given suoh universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to retund the pur chaoo prico, if satisfactory results do not follow their use Those remedies have won their great popularity purely on thoir merits. W. B. MoiiuiBON & Co., Druggists. o Will Not Turn Loose. Tho Royal barber shop is still striotly in it so far as the most expert artists, tho sharpest razors and the best cosmetics arc concerned, and tho fact that no Texan, whether for Clatk or Hogg, will ever bo turned looso after taking a scat in one of tho comfortable chairs of this ehtublUhmont till he is tenderly and closoly shaven, to his on tiro satisfaction, can be von hed for by its many patrons. 1 1 Buegic at the 1(3)3 loww prices Bugi ever known ac Tom Padgitt's. Tho Artesian Steam Laundry is tho biggest laundry in Texas and is al ready doing a fine business. J. P. and Goo. A. Wood proprietors. A 11 tho fino finoy imported All French and English cloths at Gabert Bros , tho louding merch ant tailors. They carry a big stock, aJmirably selected, aud embracing all tho novolties of tho spring of o2. ma Bleepcr, Chifton & Co., Ladies ooze Oxfords $2 50, 8U and i. Shooting gallery, south eido square NorriB & Brother. Open day and night. ,i. J J- Jf - .-, vr'wM - - .-- fit, m. ':swci WACO TEXA5 G Arc the popular grocers Kcrs. R A lways now und fresh goods. Kvery delicacy of the season In season, B A Utlie flno A 1 goods. He?t oererythlng, la tuttr mntto. L I.owtstt poislblo prices. Pollte.fttlentlon and ompt deliver Is tho BIJIO. ros. Wf Qrlbblo Bros.Orocers, 505 Amtln Arenas. THE CONTRACTS LET. The Waco Natatorium to be Done Within Throe Months. The contracts for building the Waco Natatorium were let yesurday. Mr. J. R. Edgar gets the brickwork, the 'Pennant Stono company the stone work. Slaughter & Blom the carpen ter work, E E. Thompson painting and glazing, Curtis & Orand plumb ing and the Waco Cornice Works tho cornices. The work is to be finished as fast as money and men can do it. It is to be completed within three months after the beginning of the work. Kicked by a Mule. A oolorcd boy about 12 years of ago, 6on of Sam Smith who lives threo miles from Waoo on the Dallas road, drovf into town this morning and stopped on Bridgo street. Just as ho was alighting from tho wagon one of the mules kinked him in the mouth and knocked him Konscless. Fie was carried into a baker shop near by and Dr. Young cilltd in. Ho was restored to consciousness in a short time, and his face, which was considerably cut and bruised, sowed up. His father was sent for and will tako him homo this evening. While ho is considered not dangerously hurt he is in a serious condition. rs. t T 2Z Delicious. BISCUIT. MUFFINS. WAFFLES. CORN BREAD. GRIDDLE CAKES. Can always be made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. And while cakes and biscuit will retain their moist ure, they will be found flaky and extremely light and fine grained, not coarse and full of holes as are the biscuit made from ammonia baking powder. Price's Cream Baking Pow der produces work that is beyond comparison and yet costs no more than the adulterated ammonia or alum powders. Dr. Price's stands for pure food and good health. mjfHz: IvL.. l SK135lOteMiiA . tiiZ&, VMC0TEXA5- ALL OVEK TOWN Today bemg a legal holiday there was no session of tho mayor's oourt this morning. Tho woods arc full of pionicerfl to day. Not less than a dozen different parties left for Bosque and other simi lar resorts today. E. V. Zerner filed a oomplaint this morning against John Robinson charg ing him with tho theft of a saw, tho property of affiant. A great many stores closed this alternoon so as to give the employees an opportunity to join in tho San Jacinto celebration. The majority of those that closed did so between three and four o'clock. Mr. Walter Mitchell has received a letter from the captain of the Fort Worth base ball club statn-c that his club will bo in Waco to play a ma'ch game next Sunday. The Waoo Gun olub is holding a shoot in tho western suburbs whoro all of its shoots tako place. There is no set programme, but matohes are made ou tho ground. A lively scrimmage took placo yes terday evening between two boys in the carpenter shop near tho cornor of Seventh and Wobster streets. No serious damage was done, however, and everything is serene in that neigh' borhood to-day. Prado's ico factory started up to day for a trial run. It is located in the rear of his ico cream parlor on Austin avonue. It will make about three tons a day and will supply all needed for ma'dng ice cream and some ovor to holp pay running expenses. Quito a number attended fho Bianco last evening at the residonoo of Mes dimes 51. A. Tabor and K. P. Brown, tho materializing mediums at 608 South Fourth street, and tho manifos tations wore many and interesting. these soances aro a feast for spiritual ista, and many of them avail them selves of the opportunity offered, and pay more than ono visit to these cole bratod mediums. Thoir next seance for materialization will bo held Sun day ovening at 8 o'clock, and a largo number will undoubtedly be. present to witness tho wonderful mamtcrta tions. DUMPLINGS. POT PIES. PUDDINGS. CAKES. DOUGHNUTS. 'SHOltH DEFKNSKS" aro tho thenios of statesmen mid rulers, but tho ninssos of tho people aro Sfeklii: u Sure Defense ngulnst high prlcos und poor qualities In Furniture niul Carpets. Those who buy of us 11ml ample protection acainst both, mid sock no further pluco for Biifoty. OUR PRICES CAN NOT BE MET by our opponents. Call mid bo convinced. R. T. DENNIS &BRO. u'iim:dto iiim'I'ii. Ai'VlllMlior of I.Ivcn l.oht In 11 lliirn hi; Itiiiltlluj; In St. rctei-hlmri;. By ABSoclnted Tress to Tlie Now . St. Peter&buiui, April 21 A firo ooourred here jestorday. Tho blaze was discovered ,in tho three story ten cment occupied by a large number of people. Tho flames spread with great rapidity and when tho occupants of tho upper floors reaohed tho stairs they found it a roaring mass of flames. All hope of csoapo was cut off in this dircotion and a panio striokeu people rushed back to thoir apartments and many jumped from windows. Some wero severely injured. The building was gutted, and when search was made of the ruins it was found that nine occupantu had beon burned to death. The bodies woro almost un reoognizablo. Fifteen othors aro mis sing, and it is thought they are buried beneath tho debris. Tho scono about the building is most pathetic ii.li tives of those missing stand helpless about crying and wringing thoir hands and refuBO all consolation. Search for bodies is progressing as rapidly as possible As DcHcrlbmt by nn Observer. Attorney (cross-examining witness foi tho other side) You say tho moon was shining brightly at tho time? Witness It wns. "You nro pori'ectly familiar with tho appearanco of tho moon, aro you?" "Yes, sir." "Can toll a moon as far as you can see it, can you?" "1 think I can." "Ever seo tho man in tho moon?" "I'vo seen what thoy call tho man in tho moon." "Often?" "Many n timo." "What docs ho look like?" "Well, to tell you tho truth, ho look liko 11 littlo two for a cent, ono horse lawyor." Chieugo Tribune. Tho St. I.oulfl .Month. In tho parlor cur: Sho (alluding to e steam shovel) What is that tromondom thing on that car, dear? Ho (of Chicago, nml onco jilted by a "Fnturo City" bollo) That's an ice croatn spoon on its way to a St. Louis girl. -Pittsburg Bulletin. Tke KJmulUli Train Itoy, Do net Bpoil your oyes by rending on tho railway trains. If tho scenery through which you nro passing fails to interest you, ninuso yoursolf und your follow passongoM by gotting up 11 pool on tho number of nrticles to bo left on your Inp by tho next train boy thut comes through. Philadelphia Press. CHATS ABOUT MEN. Governor Itussoll is ns fond of gunning as President Harrison. The wealth of Baron Ilirsch Is just about oqunl to that of Jay Gould. Herbert Bismarck hns lately attracted tho attention of tho European public by a too frco indulgence In tho (lowing bowl. Tho French miniator, M. Patenotro, is, at tho ago of forty, ft tall, dark, distin guished looking man aud a gourmet into tho. barcauu 1 1rP -rt25?5lf5y 'WmI 518 AUSTIN ST M. The headquarters for diamonds watches, clocks, jewtlry and all toiti of jewelry. L Tho headquarters for fancy artiolcs and articles of vi'tu. Winaiis The headquarters for fmo and deli cate watch repairing is at Jeweler M. L. Winan's, tho popular jowolcr, 520, Austin street, Swiss : Bakery: Corner Sixth and Washington Streets. Fresh Itrciid, Hulls ami Cakes Kviry morning ntr o'clock Home 0 en from 5 o'clock In tt o morning to 10 In tho oycuIuk. A Strong Attachment. County Clerk John W. Uakcr and all his deputies except Mr. Dobs Walker, quit work this afternoon and attended the races. County court be ing in session .dr. Duss was left to attend to tho wants nl tho tribunal. During the progror-s of a certain civil suit a writ of attachment which had betm previously filed was called for and tho deputy instruoted to get it. He produced a paper and handed it over to one of tho attornejs who paesod it to Jtidgo Jenkins. Tno judge ex amined it a few moments and as a broad smile overspread his counten anco he informed Mr. Walker that ho had mado a mistako and brought a marriago liconso. Tho deputy blubh ingly romtrked that he knew but littlo about attachments, but thought that a nmriago lioenso was about tho host ovidenco of a strorg attachment of any instrument he knew of. A good laugh was enjoyed at his expense and ho swears he will resign his position boforo ho will submit to being plaoed in so humiliating a position again as to wait upon Judgo JonLins' oourt. TWO NEGROES ARRESTED. Supposed to bo the MurdorofKu jrono Kaufman. Two negroes, Lee McGowan and Albeit Jones wtre arrested and locked up this afternoon as tho perpetrators ot tho foul murder of Postmaster Kauf man of Hoisel, but it is doubtful that they are tho guilty parties. Constable Uee Cook states that in his opinion the negroes described a 11 those who robbed Mr. Gray some timo ago on the White Hock Hoad arc tho samo who aliot Mr Kaufman. Tho officers aro still searohing for tho real murderers and Tin: News wishes them success. It. is rumored on tho streets that the right parties have been caught and that their bodies aro oven now dangling in mid air, but this report seems to ho unfounded. Removal. After to-day, April G, '05, the City Fish market will ho at 001 Franklin street, tho Corner Market. Como und try me. For oahh I cun supply you with tho largest variety in town. Como and got my cash prices, I can interest you. Yours respectfully. J. 0. Stafford, Corner Markot.