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THE WACO NEWS, WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1892. '
5 Look What You can Got at 0. J. Mlllor's Bargain Storo, 10 dozen eggs for SI. 20 pounds granulated sugar for $1. Smoked dried beef at 11 cents. Dried salt shoulders at 7 cents. Breakfast bacon (sugar cured) at n 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. HI Therot Stopl Walt a Minute!. 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 Her. 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 ANOTHER GEYSER. A Boss, Duber or Fahy's Hunting 14-K gold filled case, guaranteed to wear twenty years, with Elgin movement, stem wind, chronometer bal ance.patent pinion etc., $16.98. THE MLEH 520 AUSTIN St. G Are the popular grocers. Always new nnil Crush goods. Every delicacy i f lie season la season, B All ttio line A 1 goedf. B Best oi;everythln, Is ttelr motto. L I.owestt 1 oaslb' 0 pilces. E Pollteiattentlonnnd ompt dcllvorj is tho ikyie. Bros. fc( Gilbblo Hro. Grocers, 05 Auttln Avenue. Swiss : Bakery. Corner Sixth mul Washington Streets. Fresh Bread, Rolls and Cakes Erymornlngnt5o'clook Home oren from 5 o'clock In tl o moralng to 10 lu tlio evening. Touching Pianos and Organs. I claim to be a cheap house, but unhko some of my competitors, I do sell goods that arc not first-class. Still 1 have more first-class goods i.i my house trau any houfe in Waco, and I do not have to wire anyone to know the lowoBt price. I can soil a piano like every other first-class house and keep all kinds,both cheap, medium and first class. But unlike some other houses I do not Bell a cheap instru ment aa first-class, becauso I am my own boss, and do not have to do as I am told about thoao things. Neithor have I as delicate a musical ear as some, si ill I Bell more pianos and organs, bolter ones and for less monoy than any house in Waco notwith standing the fact that I am not tho t'dcst houso iu the state un.l havo sold Bowing machines and do trade for mules, horses and cattle and take them at good prices and sell goods at cash prioes and will meet any com petitors Cuuie and sco mo. Yours truly, J. B. Payne. A1J. Loslio for first-class watah clock and jowelry ropairing. Same building with II. E. Ambold Austin Avcnuo. WNANS BOOTS vHp A- Hnrs b i a j rw n tf fcuHS --"6eS0nsi,.s,. 1 . &;... a J- t-- 22-- - -- '" -- -ssrfsS WACO TEXAS' TEXAS ODD FELLOWS, r.XCIlUSION TO TIIU V'IDOWI.S ami oiii'iiArvvs ikmii:. A firuntl liny for tlieOrdcr-Coiitout-cil, IlaiMiy I'll ml ly lleaittiful Homo unci SiirroimdiiiUN for Hie Ilunr Oiion of Dciiartutl HrotlicrH. Ooi-hlcaua Ooet. tli I'hiial Honor. All CJIud that They Wore Tlicro 1'crliap llicy will Co Again. Nearly two hundred peoplo went on tho excursion train to the Odd Fel lows Widow's and Orphan', home yes terday. The train left Waco at 8 and arrived at tho home at 10:30 a. m. where the Corsicana lodge met and greeted their brethren from Waco with their friends. Those who had never visited the homo were bcth surprised and delight ed. Tho building is a splendid brick and stono structure two stories, with a ono story framo annex, and was as neat as a pin from top to bottom. Prof. Johnson is the superintendent, and under his instruction tho widows and orphans havo a friend indeed There aro now twenty-threo inmates at tho home. They are well olothed and fed and the liMlo ones attend school iu tne building. With their bright uniforms and happy faces they made a brilliant showing to those living what they rere doing for their departed brethren The grounds surrounding tho home comprises over tbreo hundred acres, part of whiab is in cultivation, they have also about twenty acres in a vineyard and anjorohard of fine bearing trees and vines, comprising a great vaiiety. Tho grounds ar& beautifully laid out in walks and planted in trees and shrubs of different kind. There are also thrco large nth lakes on the property This all goes to show what tho Texas Odd Fellows aro doing for the widows and orphans of their dead brethren. In this connection The News reporter wishes to state that he never saw a happier or better contout ed set of peoplo than the inmates of this home. After prayer by the chaplain of Oorsioana lodge,tho mayor of that oity delivered tho address of welcome. Responded to by Capt. Tom Killingsworth of Waco, Chairman R. M. Collins cf Corsicana then introduc ed Past Grand Master M. D. Hening who delivered the oration of the day, which has tho seventy-third anniversary of Odd Fellowship in America. Captain Herring has de voted a great part of his life to the advancement of Odd Fellowship. He knew what to say and he said it well. The evidences of odd fellowship were before his acdienco. They knew what he told thorn was true, becauso the praotical workings of the order were there to show for themselvos. Wo take care of sick, r lieve tho distiessed, bury the doad, clothe and feed tho widows and educate the orphans." Nothing more can be said nothing more need bo said. Dsed in Millta of Homes m VJAvfM ID. d . '" THBte UH saMl Baking bUQT5 ,,i(D- t .r.HULi s J&& !?y Jh5. fwuyuiy rSCS iilViZiZZi. S, JP- ' ' e -1 WACO TEXAS' When dinner was announced thoro was enough provided for everybody. All did eat thoir fill and tho fragments wore great. The good Odd Fellows of Corsioana always do things right. The Waco lodges will in due time show their ap preciation of tho kindnesses. Tho train returned to Waco at 7:30 last night. Everyone who went were glad that they did. A Flying Trip to Toxas. From tho Dorchester (Mass.) Beacon. Se h Turner, tho secretary atid, in Boston, tho foundation stono of tho Lone Star Cotton Picking company. has just returned from a flying trip to Texas. Ho was gone from "Boston but eleven days, but in that time ao comulished a great deal. Tho shop3 at Waco are running to their full ex tent, and a great number of the new machines for the coming cotton pick ing season aro assured. This ootton picker the Erst practical machine of the kind ever built is a wondeifully simple one, and apparently wonderfully officiciou3. This thing is certain a few months ago Mr. Tomer, with but h model of a maohine, was in ono room in the Parker houso. Today, with a maohine to exhibit, which picked cotton all the first season, and with tho men who operated it to ex plain its workings, several large rooms at 31 Milk street are filled with busy clerks, aud money is flowing in galore Tho stook has already advanced $2 per share, or 33 per cent on the first selling price, and original investors are again buying stock. As has boon said before, this is a project in which we unhesitatingly believe, as having a future not surpassed by the cotton gin, sewing-machine, or telephone. Wo believe it is to revolutionize the cotton growing industry of tho South. A Great Convenience. The new time card now in effect on the Aransas Pass railway will bo a great convenience to the traveling public. Trains leave Waoo at 7 a. m., for Cameior", Rookdale, Giddings, West Point, Flatonia, Cuero, Beeville, Corpus Christi, Rookport, Gonzales, Luling and Loakhardt. Time tables and other information will be cheer fully furnished on application. R L Price, Ticket Agent. Ladles Night. Friday night next, April 29, wil bo ladies night at tho elegant Provi dent billiard parlors in the Provident building and be devoted to Indies with their escorts, from S to 10:30. A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies of Waco Mayor's Proclamation. Tuesday, May 3, betug Decoration Day, under tha auspices of Pat Cleb urne camp, I hereby request all bus iness people of the city of Waco to close their business houses from 2 o'clock p. in. to 0 p. m , so that their employees may havo tn opportunity to attend the services of the camp. 0. C. McCullooh, Mayor. Powder: 40 Years the Standard cq t a- '' t ' TV. SZZ , ...T?l z,z-l'i - 'Tf FURNITURE AND CARETS. i $'' i if r - u - ft Jfll E2 vM I: E la: J v fij. xzm? Y"S yzyiy. ViMZ' ' X VZZ' Z IN OUR GRAND ORCHESTRAL .STRAIN, tho peoplo sound the pralso of our ImmeiiBO stock of FURNITURE AND CARPETS. Tho varloty of materials embracoil thoroln, tho many stylos nnti tho splendid finish of all, lniproBB evoryono alike. No vtioh dlsphy lias been nitido In this eltv before, and no botttr will bo inndolioroaftor. Wo ennpleasoovory dogreoof tnsto, humor the wildest fancy and satisfy the most skepti cal. In addition our prices shall bo In accord wish your vleWB. R. T. DENNIS &BRO. - 518 AUSTIN ST A'N ATHLETIC RNTERTAINMENT. The Y. M, C. A. Gymnasium will Show tho Result of Mr. Shat- tack's Training. The members of tho Young Men's Christian Association Gymnasium will tender tho members of the asso ciation and their lady friends an athletic entertainment on Friday nigln. The young men have been practicing diligently for some time and a splendid exhibition may be expected There are numbered among the per formers some of the best athletics in the city and Waco has some splendid talent in that line, too. The following is tho programme to be rendered : 1. Claes Fancy Military drill. Dumb Bell drill. PotatoeRace. Vaulting Bar High Bar, fullowed by specialty work by John Sears, and double work by Caufield and Little. 6 Rings, (John Sears) 7. Horse drill. 8. Parallel Bar drill. 9. High Kick. 10. Tumbling. 11. High jump (standing and run ning) 12 Over the ladders, by class.. The first item on trie programme, the fancy military drill, promises to be a beautifu' exhibiti m, though the costumes will not be strictly military. JUDGE LELAND HURT. The Rumors of His Death Unfound ed. No Bones Broken. Late yesterday aftornoon rumors were cirnulated on tho btreets that Judge O. II. Leland had been killed at tho raoo track. Fortunately tho rumois were untrue though ho was severely hurt. He had been training a youug thoroughbred on tho track and was going a good speed whon a dog made a dash at tho horse The animal shied and threw Mr. Loland from the sulky with great force. Though suffering severoly and nearly unconscious ho was conscious onougb to drag himself from the track whero ho lay until help arrived. Tho horso continued his mad raco around the ring and had nearly inado his third round before he could bo stopped. Judgo Leland whilo quito soverely bruised had no bones broken and no doubt will bo well and sound in a few days. Expert Banjo Playing. Mr. Cad. L. Mays, of Dallas, arrived in tho oty last night and entertained Tim News this morning. lie is a mero boy, but is ono of tho most ox pert players that ever visited Waoo. He will instruct a class bore if ho gets sulfioiont enoouragement Banjo playing is quite the rago now among ladies, and ho will doubtless have a largo class. Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains!!! B'.'fore the advance wo can sell residences and lots in any part of the oity on the most reasonablo terms and timo. R. M. Cha.miiehi.in & So.v, Jiie Pioneeii Real Kstatk Acib., 10a, South Fifth street. 4-1 5-tf. The Gabert Bros aro tho leading tailors. They havo the finest workmen in tho state, and aro artists in cutting and fitting. If you wouldjbe well dressed givo them a all. W fe&i n-J a,W '$&??&.,' . XIMM? i f p. yy .iiam 'JfW' - - r- , ft mi-w - L 1 I VS&M r ri & s vjk : l To tho Lovors lof Art In Photo graphy. Having moved to my now gallory, over 701 and 703, Austin stroot, (tho old Hinohinan Building), I am now better prepared than ever to givo tho people of Waoo tho finest Photos in tho state The beautiful "ariBto" (so highly endorsed by tho leading gal cries,) iu all its beauty, at my studio. I 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 "Florentine" framo, making a portrait, well worth a visit, to all, and more especially to tho tho ladios. I will bo glad to welcome my old, and many now customers. Don't for got my now address, over701 apd703, Austin Ave. Respectfully, Deane, Photographer. A Groat Fall. Fibre water buokets 45 cts. Cedar water buckets 35 ots. Fibre wash tubs $1 15 Window shades spring rollers 25o. Extra heavy largo tove'.s 10 cents. 10 cent bird eed for 5 ots. Fibre wash pans 25 cts. Large drip coffee puts f0 ots. Coppor bottom cotfer'Doilors 50o. Silver and gold ppor sheet 5 cts. Flowered china spittoons 50o. Extra good glue, stiok anything 1 12 dozen school crayons 10 ots. Extra heavy ladies rubber combs 25 12 rubber tip. load penoils lOo. Six dolUr volicepedos for $1.00. Soven dollar trioiclo for $5.00. CmiMINB 5 AND 10 CENT STORK. 703 Austin Avenue. Pianos. Becauso so many hundreds, and even thousands of the famous Emer son Pianos aro sold by us, many peo ple imagine we confine ourselves to the sale of that ono instrument. It is a great mistake, however, for we handle Steinwy, Weber, Chickering, Ivers & Pond, Kimball and others. Those intending to buy should 6tep in and examine our stock and learn our liberal ttrms Tnos Googan Bros , 412 Austin Avenue. , Spanish Leaf. There aro many good fivo cent oigars on tho markot but nono that will comparo with tho genuine "Spanish Leaf." Warrontcd froo from drugs For sale W. L, Tuokcr, Lion drug store. Scroons ! Screens ! ! Screens ! ! ! Call at McKennon Brothers for prices on screens for your house. En quiro of your neighbor about out work W will give you figures on any quality of screens. Bkanch Office Dallas Screen Co. Tho London and Liverpool artist tailor, just from Ntw York, ha opened at Sixth anl Austin streets. Pcrftct fit, fino work and prices very roasonable. A nice stock to scleat suits from, Give him a call. Has diploma for cutting. Tom Padgitt bought tho cntiro stook of buggies and cirriagcs at tho S. A. Owons & Son, United States Marshal's sale at almost nothing. A largo number of tbein havo been old but he has still a few on hand which ho offers still at remarkably low pri ces It is a chanco forn person of small moans to buy a nice buggy and enable his wifo to put on etjlo over her less forlunato neighbors, Z !j3