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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY APRIL 25 1892.
BD0T5 ,p- FURNITURE AND CARETS. Look What You can Got at 0.;j. Mlllor's Bargain Storo, io dozen eggs for $1. 20 pounds granulated sugar for i. Smoked dried beef at n cents. Dried salt shoulders at 7 cents. Breakfast bacon (sugar cured) at r 1 cents. Spiced pigs' feet at 15 cents. Fresh fish at 10 cents a pound. California oranges at 20 cents a doz. Banannas at 15 cents a dozen, 717 Austin street. SH0E5 &$ BOOTS. - 5HDE5'k, a -" . ""s . c "H rt x j&i -- --.X ivJkfA -J.r-z l fm ' i TO & (J? k Alr f Np filSi VIP I f"5 HI Thoro! Stop! Walt a Mlnutol. Havent 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 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 WACO TEXA5 WACO TEXAS' M, The hoadquartors for diamonds watches, docks, jewelry and ,all sorts of jewelry. Ii BOPLD'S BOOB BOY Tom Campbell a Natural Born Rail road Manager. ADDOKDING To JAY GOULD'S WAY Of 'riiiiikiiijr Tho Orouil I'rnm Tyler in Wills I'olnt Over IJntl iniitoil by the IN'c!'hiiii)r HoporlH. I'ivo C'arn unci Only ISO 1'ooplc. Tho headquarters for fancy articles and artioles of vrtu. Winans headquarters for fine and atoh repairing is at Jeweler M. L. Winan's, tho popular jcwelor, 520, Austin street, Gr Are tlio popular grocers. EL Always new and fresligooiie. Every delicacy of the aeasou la aesaon, B All the fine A 1 goods. B Beit ollererythlng, Is tlutr motto. L I.oweaU poasUjlo prices. E I'olltelaUentlon and atyle. ompt deliver Is tho Bros. C Cribble Bros. Grocers, 505 Austin Avenne, Swiss : Bakery. Corner Sixth and Washington Stioets. Fresh Ilrend, Rolls and Cakes Every morning n 1 5 o'clock House open from 5 o'clock In tbo morning to 10 In the evoniug. Touching Pianos and Organs. I olaim to be a cheap house, but unlito some of my competitors, I do sell goods that are not first-class. Still 1 have more first-class goods m my house tban any house in Waco, and 1 do not havo to wire anyone to know tho lowest prico. I can soil a piano like every other first-class house and keep all kinds.botb choap, medium and first class. But unlike some othor bouses I do not sell a ohoap instru ment aB first-class, becauso I am my own boss, and do not have to do as I am told about these things. Neither have I as delicate a musical ear' as some, still I sell more pianos and organs, bolter ones and for less money than any house in Waco notwith standing tho fact that I nm not tho oldebt house in the state and havo Bold sowing maohines and do trado for mules, horses and cattle and take tbein at good prices and soil goods at cash prices and will meet any com petitors Come and seo me. Yours truly, J. B. Patne. Whilo the governor of Texas is whooping: it up all over tho state and beating the brush for votes to re-eloot himself and the gubernatorial offico is being run by a substitute, tho boys at the forks of tho oreck aro kept in ig norance behind it all. The man who has not found out before this time that Jay Gould is taking a hand in tho campaign to elect Hogg governor again will surely have his eyes opened before this campaign is over. Why should not Jay Gould assist Hogg? When Gould wanted assis tance in the matter of robbing the Missouri, Kmyas and Texas stockholders in tho Inter national and Great Northern Hogg as attornoy general come up handeomelv and the first- step was taken that led to tho complete- knock out of tbe M., K. and T. people and secured for Jay Gould about $5,000, 000 worth of property at a cost of $350,000. In the manipulation of this gigantic steal Mr. T. A. L amp qell waB plaoed in charge of the I & G N. as roceivor and now that Jay Gould has been elected president it is not at all strango that ho should be hoard to say that "TOM CAMPHELL IS A NATURAL BOHN railroad man and one of the best rail road managers in Texas." This is what he is repotted as saying only a tow days ago. A man well posted in rail road movements and thoroughly con versant with all tho ante stago scenes told a News reporter this morning that Jay Gould was delighted with tho management of tho International af fair anu in speaking ot tho manage ment of the road a fow days ago made use of the languago repeated abovo. lie also signified his intention of re taining Mr. Campbell as general manager. The next question is, what will MoCord get aftortho reooivorship is wound up? Tho next, what will Chilton get? Tho next, what will Finloy get? It may by concluded that as Finloy got $10,000 for 18 days of idleness he has already been paid. Hogg of courso is to havo another term. Tho same party who gavo tho in formation upon whioh tho abovo is based, in spoaktDg ot the newspaper report of tho Wills Point crowd, said: "Tbo report that half the voting population of Tyler was at Wills Point is a gross exageration. I know that thero were only tivo cars atttiohed to the train that went out from Tyler and if they had been full there would only have been 300 or 350 people, all told. The oxact number was one hundred and eighty, not a soul more or less, just enough to fill three coachos comfortably. Tho othor care wero perhaps filled on tho way, but 180 pooplo wero all tho Tyler folks in attendance by way of tho bunting train. The newspaper man at Wills Point who saw tho Tyler, train come in with the 180 Tylerites and all tho recruits they could pick up on the way very natur ally set the whole crowd down to Tyler and gavo that town a boost in the eyes of tho Hogg men she was not entitled to. Io put it a little different: The report that 700 votes or half the voting population came from Tyler to hear Hogg did Tyler an injustice. It is doubtful upon a show down if Hogg could got that number of votes in Tv ler. That Tyler could drum up 700 people for a Hogg hurrah crowd is absurd and when tho campaign is ovej tho people will seo whoro The News deductions from its imformants ob servations in this instance are corroot. The fight goes bravely on and the "Little Giant" is gaining every day. it V KhLA'z aar v rr .7 f-3 ss JV.l..litVr r v I - i r - I k mr"-sr x- w j i i -rm I .- JjZlfcZZZrh ,U l& '.f,,jX. k ''" -J. y3 IN OUR GRAND ORCHESTRAI, STRAIN, tho pooplo sound the pralso of our immonso stock of FURNITURE AND CARPETS. Tho varloty of materials embraced therein, tho many stylos and tho splendid finish of all, impress evoryono alike. No such display has been made In this oltv before, and no hotter will bo mndo horoaftcr. Wo can ploasoovory deirroeof taste, humor tho wildest fancy and satisfy tho most skepti cal. In addition our prices shall bo In accord with your vlows. R. T. DENNIS &BRO. - 518 AUSTIN ST Jowlsh Christian Lecture. Tho Jewish christian rabbi, the Rev. John Gergus, will lecture to night at 8 o'clock in the Trinity Methodist ohuroh, corner Twelfth and Jefiorson, on his work in the East Indies. Thrilling accounts. Black Jews, their customs and habits. Wild peo plo living in the trees, how they oulti vato the land. Marriage in India. Mahommedanism. Fire and -devil dovil worship. Great snakes, tigers, lions and elephants, how they fight. Descriptions of othor animals in India. Tho famous rabbi will appear in full ancient Mosaic costume. Ho will sing several songs in the Samarian, Svrio and Hindoo languages. He will also give pome examples of Mosaic oratory in tho ancient Hebrew tongue, also examples of tbo anciont Mosaic dance. Admission free. Spanish Loaf. Thoro are many good five cent cigars on the market but nono that compare with the genuine will with the 'Spanish Loaf." Warrented free from drugs. Sold by Hay Napior, Hotel Iloyal cigar stand. a Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full set of upper or Iowor teeth, tlls.oU. Did Not go Up. The balloon ascension and daring leap from tho clouds, by Professor Wynn, whioh was advertised for Saturday afternoon at Padgitt's park, was not oarned out, for the reason that tho gate foes did not reach a figure sufficient to piy the oxpenso of inflating tho balloon. Had tho crowd whioh covered the hills west of the park pnid tho entrance fee sufficient money would havo been raised to pay the expense of tbo ascension, but as it is both Professor Wynn and Mr. John Berry, manager of the park aro losers, and are feeling quito sore. A J. Leslie for first-class clook and jowelry repairing, building with II. E. Arabold Avonue, watoh Same Anstin I lift PRIG Baking InrlKtmn cnmlurt. Oftentimes a young Christian may b puzzled about how ho should net as u Christian. 1 havo this much to Bay ono who is very anxious to do God's will, and is prayerful nud reads his Bible daily, is not often troubled by this ques tion. Wo must take it for granted that everybody who is a Christian wants to do tho will of Christ. Tho Now Testament furnishes genoral rules for Christian conduct. Tho whole law is, lovo to God and lovo to man. This comprehends everything. Wo give somo rules founded on tho Scriptures: Do nothing if you doubt its being right. "Whatsoever is not of faith ia sin." If thero is something you want to do which would do you no harm, but might lead a weaker brother into sin, daro not do it. "Wherefore, if moat mako my brother to offend, I will eat no flesh whilo tht world standeth." Do not place yourself in a falso posi tion. "Abstain from all appearanco ot evil." Do nothing in thought, word or deed on which you cannot ask God's blessing. "Whatsoever yo do in word or deed, do all in tho uaino of tho Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and tho Father by him." Tho work of a Christian, as it is de scribed in tho Bible, looks fitter for the angel than for a fallen man; but the fallen, weak man has moro than the sufficiency of an angel for tho discharge of it his sufficiency is of God. Rov W. Jay. Street Unllwny nml Literature. It is curious but undeninblo that tho horso car, tho olovated train, do affect tho philosophy, tho literature and even tho manners of tho day. Books aro printed with special refer enco to tho needs of a railway jour ney. Titles aro arrangeu to eaten tho oyo of tho traveler as ho hurried by on an elevated station. Writors are trained to present their subjects in a way that will arrest tho atten tion of a man who has only a minute to sparo. How ono should conduct himself towurd another is always being discussed in roferenco to those who sit besido ono in n car or who jostle each othor at the ticket offico. One's neighbor in a rido down town sots ono to philosophizing on social needs and distinctions, as tho best of reviews is incapable of doing. Men oro forced to study men, and so for get what solitude and nnturo have taught thoso othor men to havo gone boforo and given ua our creeds. Har per's Bazar. Dead for Tin re .liontlm. Dr.NVKit, Maich 11). The decomposed remains of Patrick Noonoy, an old tid dler, wero found in tho attic of a cheap lodging house hero, where they havo been lying for tho pa-t three months. The landlady explains the delay in the discovery of the body by saying Nooney was in tho habit of being absent from the city for months at a tiino, anil as she had had no rail to rent his room hho Uad no occasion to enter it. Indications ihow that tho man suicided, for ho left a letter giving directions as to his burial, and aoking that his sister, Mrs. Margaret II. St. John of 418 West Taylor Htreet, Chicago, bo notified to como to Denver and dispose of $1200 worth of proiwrty belonging to him. To tho Lovors lof Art In Photo graphy. Having moved to my now gallory, over 701 and 703, Austin stroot, (tho old Hinchman Building), I am now better prepared than ever to give tho people of Waco tho finest Photos in tho state. Tho boautiful "aristo" (so highly endorsed by tho leading gal cries,) in all its beauty, at my studio. 1 will havo on exhibition for a fow days, an elegant oil portrait of Mrs. Geo. Clark, by Mons. Do Gissao, whioh has been framed in a very handsomo "Florontino" frame, making a portrait, well worth a visit, to all, and moro especially io tho tho ladieB. I will bo glad to welcome my old, and many now customers. Don't for- 1 got my now address, overTOl and 703, Austin Avo. Rcspeotfully, Deane, Photographor. Easter. Come and seo our Easter cegs in beautiful glasses. They won't break. Can be eent away. Threo ply chair scats 10c, extra largo pencil tablets 10c, pnncilB at 5 and lOo per doz., envelopes 5c paok ago, 24 sheets fino letter paper lOo, Nice painted Bpittoons 10c, covered butter jars 2f)c, -1 pieco glass sot 25c, hair curlers 10c, big cako toilot soap 5o, square iron stovo pan lOo, fino fluo stoppers lOo, largo well buckots 35c, oovercd slop bookots 35o, good umbrella 3i)o, lamp ch mnoy So, wash pan f)o, sorap brush 5c, coifeo pot lOo, nice lamp shade lfo, six lamp wioks 5o, elegant fans for 5, 10 and 15 0. CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE, 703 Austin avo., bet. Gth and 8th sts. Tho Advantages of Buying From Us Are: Wo are cash buyers, havo the choico of tho entiro Piano industry to scloot from; wo are agonts for tho best first class instruments as well as tho best medium grado, we do a larger busi ness than tho otber sixty dealors in Toxas oombined; wo have boon estab lished over twonty-fivo years and can not afford to jeopardizo our good namo by misrepresenting the quality of instruments, or taking advantage of any one for tho sako of gaining a few dollars; wo aro in business to stay; we do not ask for notes on tirao sales; our largo business enables us to givo better value for less money than small dealers, our guarantco is absolute safety, and protection to buyers. Our responsibility unquestioned. Wo vill mail catalogues and piioo lists, and courteously answer all correspondence. Taos. Gockjan & Buo. (CLil Powd Sin Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standaal A blizzard is raging in Minnesota. Tho cotton factory combine in Misain ippi is denied. Theodore Heirtz shot and killed hii wife at Walla Walla, Wash. Honduras has refused to grant con cessions to tho Louisiana lottery. Tho Iowa prohibition law was wipod out of existence by legiblativo enact ment. Seuator Tellor opposes tho ronoinina tion of Harrison on the grouud of silver alone. Slow but suro ! Such has boon tho patronage of tho eating department of tho Woman's Exohango, under the mtnagemont of Mrs Davis, who has had chargo for the patt two months. Tho dining room is filled two to three times at noon eaoli day with a fair patronago for breakfast and supper. Both men and women are invitod. Single meals 3C conts. Speoial rates to regular boarders for ono, two or threo meals daily. LunchoB furnished to order from lOo up. Givo us a call and bo convinoed. Woman's Ex change, under Now McClelland hotel, 113 North Fourth street. Our Soda Water is unsurpassed "Get tho best." Thk Om CoitNKit Dituti Stork. Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lehman's,