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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY APRIL 22 1892.
fcS U U i O v nflP Look What You can Got at 0. J Sllllor's usirgain Store, 10 dozen eggs for $1. 20 pounds granulated sugr for 1. Smoked dried beef at n cents. DrUd salt shou'ders at 7 cents. Breakfast bacon (suar 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 ccuts a dozen, 717 Austin street. ,lUP qJ. shdes SHOES lxF -Lfe vmu . -! iA Q- -t?v V unriTc a Mliii ii w w i -CA- . flKR.i rtlftRnr t v' Lifk . mm """""" :-vW lv-a kv a ojtr&x . t.z Hi Thorol Stopl Walt a Mlnutol. 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 Herz Ikos. 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 Ilcrz Bros, have got it in cither reading or smoking. Give the boys a call for whatever you want at M, The headquarters for diamonds watches, clocks, jewelry and all eoits of jeuelij. Ii Thu headquarters for fancy artiolcs and article of vi-tu. The headquarters for fino and deli cate watch n pairing is at Jeweler M. L. Winan's, tho popular jeweler, 520, Austin street. Swiss : Bakery. Corner SIMh and Washington Streets. Frcsli llroul Rolls ami Cakes Kvi Ty mnrnlnR ntft o'clock Home orenfrom 5 o'clock In tl 0 morning to 10 In tint cvcnluu. A DOUBLE SILVER WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bangor and Mr and Mrs. Lehmann Sanger's Celebratioa Yesterday. One of the grandest social events which has occurred in Waco for years, the celebration yesterday of the stiver wedd ng of Mr. and Mrs. Sara San ger ai.d Mr. and Mrs. Lehmann San ger. The celebration of a silver wed di g is rare mough but two in the same family a d on tLe same date is exetremely rare indeed 'lho celebrati n took place at the palacial res dence of Mr. Sum Sanger, on Columbus and Fouiteenth stieets From three until seven p. m there was a reception for the older people and after cine p. m the younger peo ple captured the p'ace and whiled away the time until the "wee sma' hours" in a german. Notwithstanding the fact that the cards wore the tnscrip ion "no pres ent," there were a number of costly and btautiful tokens of remembrances received. Possibly the n'cest and most thoughtfull of all was the pre3 ents made by the children of the two famiii s Wh' n 'he parents walked li-to the parlor yesterday afiernoon they found there two ease s, and on each was a picture in a ' silver frame. One of the pictures was lor Mr and Mrs Sam Sanger, awl was a splendid hkness of then children in a group. 'he other was for Mr. and Mrs Lehmann Sanger, and was an equally good pic ture ot their children. Both ladies wore a silver grey costume with dia mond ornaments. They wero assisted in receiving by Mesdams Puillip and Alexander Sanger, ot Dallas. Misses Emma and Bella Beer, Flora Livingston, M Hie Murx, Rosi San ger, llortense Herz, Celia Lown stein, Carrie Enunuel and Teckh Weslow assisted in waiting on the nqmerous guests in the dinii.g room where an elegant repast was served The flora! decorations all over the house were very fine aid tastefully ar ranged Every citizen of Waco will join The News in wishing the Messrs. Sangers and their estimable wives the equally joyous and happy celebration of their Golden Wedding. & l T&Ji.y.. r JszJ'-MiZ, WACO TEXA5 The Spedlal Meeting: Held In Waco Yesterday. LARGE CROWD AND FINE SPORT. Four SploiulWl Cyclic mi lho I'rn- Kraui Holly Cnutcwtcd Kiiccn uiul nil i:mliiii.liiKtiu Crowd of Admi rer Godiko W., T. N. 1., I.nclt wniul Hint .Irl'f Itavis lho Winners The special race meeting h4d yes terday bv tho Waco and McLmnan tJoutity Fair and Driving P.rk associ ation was a great success. The weath er was all that, could be desired and lho grand stand presented nn attrac tive appeared filled with ladies in charming costumes, who dapped their dainty handi and made bets ol bon houB and gloves on their f.vori'es The program consisted of four races and with the 6ing'e oxception of one of these events tho crowd had to guess on the result. The second race was a Mire thing and almobt a walk-over for T. N. 1 the other two entries being somewhat evenly matched. Major Wiley Jodpf, the vetran starter wis in tho stand eiirly, ready tn serd them an ay The timers were Ed flalton and 1$. G. Pitton, tnd th" judges wer) J. C Walton, SmithJ Pair and S P. Mills- Mr Jno. P Massey, the secretary, whs at his p ist to keop the records of eaoh eveut. FIRST RACK. The first race was a three minute trot, half milu heats, be?t three in five for a purso of $-10 dtviced in thiee pans. There wero live en trees and all of them started in the first ho.it. When tho bell tapped tho scoring began and all got away with u fnir start with Aliie b. sotting tho ioe, 'ollow-'il closely by Georgo G, Fneudless, George V. and Billy Con ger trailing m the order named. At tho quarter pole Allie B. pulled away and took the lead, but whs closely pushed on the home stretch by George G , but the latter could not cover the distance in time and Allie won by a length, George G , second, Georgo W., third, Friendless, fourth; Billy Conger, fifth. Tinio 1:31. Paris Mutuols pa.d $2.70. In tho second heat Billy Conger was drawn and the otheia btarted in a bunch, holding tho same positions relative to the pule, that they had ro Utivo to the wire when they finished. Allie B , dew mvaj liom theoihors coeu after startirg and hold a good lead until the quarter pole was reached when she flow up and gave her placo to Georgo G , who hold it to the wire winning by a noso from Allie, who mad e a spurt Ht tho finish and quit becoad, Georgo V , third, Fiiondless, fourth; time 1:30. Paria MutuolB 2.10. In the third heat George G. had tho pelf, but surrendered it to Allie ju't after Miring Some fine rapine Si &V I T.?i. ... ItfTM iUt7 - rmpim Tunnm. UHM1 MblMl mM Baking Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard ?,''' '.U . X2ttfea WAC0.TEXA5 was dono for the fininli. George G. closed a wide gap between himself and Allie before the quarter was reamed and stayed at her wheel around the curvo and up the home stretch, both coming like a cyclono and the crowd wont wild with excitement for it seemed a death struggle, but unfortu nately for Georgo G., he went off hi feet just when he almost had the heat and Allie pushed under tho wiro winning by a neck, George G , second; George W.. third; Friend less, fourth. Time 1.30. Paris Mu tuels paid 3.60. Tho fourth heat in this necessitated another heat to make a finish. Allio bad tho pole with Georgo G., next anil this others in their propir places. After scoiing several times, they got off well and Allio soon took the lead and held it until they reached tho end of the back street wren the big ba) began to oloso tho gap slowly and when they turned in the home stretoh there was no light botweon. Tho work began hero and Gothams horse showed his metal. He closed up to tho girth of the little mare and then measured his length with hcrse, forged adcad and came homo winner by a head with Allie second, Georgo W. third and friendless fourth The time was 1:27. Mutuah paid $3.0u oo this heat Tho fifth heat settled the rico in favor of Gorhams horse. He and Allie went like a double 'cam until tho quarter polo was reached when Georgo pulled ahead and held his load to the wire, winning the heat and race with Allie pecoDd, Friendless third, and George W. fourth Tm.e, 1:26 Tho talent could nnt deoine on this heat and no pools were sold. SECOND UAOE The second ovent of the day was tho 2:35 trot and pace, half mile heats, best three in five for a purbe ot S5O in three parts. The entries were Delia Dewy, a handsomo Day maro, Waco uoy, tuo une gray gelding belonging to Ed. Hatton and Hiuohman'u speedy bay gelding, T. N P. The first heat showed that flinch man's horso would luvo no trouble in winning the race as ho cap tured it easily by two lengths in 114: 12. Delia Dewey mado many friends in the heat, how over, and showed somo nice work in the homo stretch. Waoo Boy was third, about five lengths behind the mare. Mutuels paid $3 20 in this heat. On the second heat pools sold even on tHe field against T. N. P. They got off together with the bay horse at tho pole. He toon took u lead of a length or more and hold it to the finish winning by threo lengths With lho mare second four lengths ahead of Waoo Boy. Time 1:15 Paris Mutuels paid $2 95. Tho third heat was a repetition of the second, T N P winning without a struggle, Dewy second und Waoo Boy third. Time, 1:12 1-2 No pools sold. THIRD RACE. The third announcement on tho SIIOJJI' DKFIlXSr.S" nro the thmio of statosnion and rulers, but tho musses of lho people aro HnckliiK a Sure iHTon.se tialiiBt high prices und poor qualities in Furniture ami Cnrputs. Those who buy of us liml ntiiplo protection ntniinst boih, titxl seek no further placo forsiifoty. OUR PRICES CAN NOT HE MET by our opponents. Cull and ho convinced. R. T. DENNIS &BRO. programme was a three-minute pa e, which brought 10 the scratch .Inn Lookwood'a bay gelding Lnckwood. Davis' gray gelaing, John Adams and Hiticbinan's gray, Bosqun. This was a vsry exciting race hi d put all the boys to guesting beforn 11 heat was ruu. li tho first trip Lockwood was the favorite against the tifld and did not betray his baikers. ISi'sque had the pole with Adam and Luckwood in the order named. Thoy woiu awj in a hunch, but all three ol them h I their feet just after getting under poll, and when they got, down once moro Lock wood had the lead, with Adam a close second and Bosque a bad third. Tho buy horse hold the load all the way round, but was closely pushed on the home stretch by Adauis until thoy ncarcd the wire, when Lock wood rushed mder, winner by two It-ngtiiH. Adams second ubout four lcngih ahead of Bosuqi, third. Time 1:22. Mutols paid $3,15. In the secmd heat Lookwood had pole and took the lead, winning easily with Boequo second, Adams third Time 1:19. No inutticls In tho third heat Lockwood broke up badly after leaving the wiro and never recovered in time to save him self. Adams took tho fence aud was closely followpd by Bosquoall urouml the former winning by a shoit dis tance, Bosque second and Lockwood third. In tho fourth heat Adams had the pole and Jjookwood was on the outside, but he soon took tho leao whioh ho bold until he broko thus giving his place to Adams, leaving Bosque third Lockwood took the lead again on the homo run but tho race was a close ono and he broke acain when dose to tho wiro and finished even with adains. It was de clared a dead heat betwoen Adams and Lo ikwood. Time, 1 :22. In the filth bent Brownlee said he would show thorn some pacing and brought Lockwood to tho front look ing as gamo and fresh as ho did in the first heat. Major Jones sent them away in a bunoh and Lookwood played ball with them all atound tho course. Ho went to the front from the start and finished an easy winner of the heat and race by two lengths, in 1:22 FOUHTH IMOE. - This was tho ireo for all trot and paoo half-mile heats, best throe in fivo, for a purso of $G0 divided. It brought out throe of tho best anni mals on the ground and the audience began to show signs of excitement Tho entries were Leonards hay maro Dolly V , who iB a beutj ; lirownlee's blik gelding, Brant Arnold, who is a great n over, and Hinohman's httlo gray .It ff Davis Fho latter was die favorite in tte pols and was sold against tho fi ;ld Dolly got tho polo in tho draw wi'h Dtvis next tnl Arnold flitiking the column. Thoy got off in a buuoh.bu' Dolly soon lost bur place, yielding it 10 Joff Davis. Dolly gave bun a hard task down the stretch when Arnold cloned up 1 10 ranks and took the firui placo whioh Divis lost by a had broak. Arnold held his phoo to tho finish, but Dolly gained on him so rapidly on the finish that the croud went wild in cheering the little mare But tho distance to the uire was too short and Arnold went under by a head, Dolly second, Davis third. Timo 110 1-2. Mutuol paid S5 00 Tho second heat was also exciting. Arnold had tho polo and Davis took Dolly's place, went even with Arnold nearly tho whole half milo; but fiuully 518 AUSTIN ST G JT Arc theiiiinila grocers. A Iwnys nuw anil freili rocmIh. Every ilellency of 'lie Bcnnon In ucanun, B All tlic II ru A I guoili. Host (ii;ovorjtliln, li their iniilto. -Li I.ujTeBlt ihisbHi'o iiilci-a :ra. E I'nllteltitlcntlen and uiit ilcllvor) 1 tho Biyiti. ?ro$. Of (r llible llio-.tlrociTB, 05 Anitln Avenne. passed him and v nt under tho wiro a winaer by a head. Dolly did some clever wcrk on tho homo stretch and qu.t u close third. Time 110 12. In the third luat Davis had tho polo and took the lead, which he held to tho wire, winning easllj by two lengths with Arnoid second ai.d Doll) third. Timo 110 1 4 In the foutlh heat Davis aiiain had the pole and it ok lho lead, which ho heid easily, but went off his feet just bef.ire reaching the wiro and went; und. r it in n run. Tlicro was somo confusion and discussion as to who won tho heat, but the, judges gave it to Davis by which ho won tho raoe. Arnold ws second and Dolly third. Time 1:12.J. NOTKS. This onded ono of tho best day's racing that has ever been seen in Waoo. The genth men who managod it desorve a great deal of credit for its success. Jem Lockwood has ono of tho com ing raoo horses. Djlly W.,is a slow siarter, but a fast finisher In a milo heat sho could have won yesterday. T. N. P. will bo a bananza to his owners some day. Braut Arnold looked liko a cloud of night coming dowu tho stretch. Allio is one of tho best fillies in tho stable Brownlee drovo thorn to win yes terday. Frank ILnoliiiian ci. joys a last rido nn re than anybody. Hatton's gray horse was too fleshy to tn t, but ho is ono of the finest roadsters in the stable. Tho silver tongued pool seller was in his gloiv. Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for one dollar. Kranoo-Aiucnoau Food Co's Fre-noh Soup, 8 pound cans, 3U centB eaoh. Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound Low pricoB on everything. Call and soo Jok S. Thompson, The Groocr. Mr. W. D. Harold, the Hohson Lino collector got a fevero lull yesterday. He attempted to bnatd a rapidly mov ing our as it turned on a switch and whs thrown to tho ground with great forte. He is Brourd today but is quito soro from his bruiecs.