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THE WACO NEWS, WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1892.
Jloii't Kick About the woathcr, hut call around and smoke a fine cigar or road ouo of our latest books. See tho latest Fashion pipers for Juno just received. 10o SHEET MUSIC 10c BOOTS vltIp, bUUI5 t'P" 5H0E5- el , 5i!0E5 . lr . rv - : f nt Wflffitu i lUWrs i . iVMhlJ - 3 Herz Bto. Cigar, nowodcalors unci Stationers, 101 South Fourth street. - -k.I 4fc VXI vM u. r xj is b i t xj i b- II ll!.vvi?K:i'rAII iffWpS' 01 THE "WACO Electric Supply Go. Kuuiiera' and Merchanti' Nnt'l Hunk IluildlnR Electric Desk Fans from $5.0 to $25.00. Dichl Ceiling Fans, $35.00 and upwards, according to length. All kinds of electrical goods. , W. HQBSON, j&EauLi. en $x& r G 1 ioantl imcksKO colfce, 20 coutO. B Iponn'J&rJ-""9 121-2 cents 2oen I Flno cigar- per box (t.T5. B Finest teas in W'aeo. Iiest goods, lowest prices. Finest candlea In Waco . E 0111) I'ollte.atlentlon and ompt dctlvcrj ,1s the style. Bros. Ot Oilbblo Ilro'.firocors, S05 Anstln Avenne. Now Grocery Store South Fifth St., hetween Mary and Jnckson St. STAPH AM FANCY GROCERIES. Everything flrst-class. Agent for John llaado's Fino llrlck, Limit nnd Cement. HERMAN STOLTE, - - Proprietor. Swiss : Bakery. Corner Flxth and Washington Streets. Fresh Bread. Rolls and Cakes Evrry mornlnR nt5 o'clock Homo open from 5 o'clock In the morning to 10 In the evening. It is not only low prices but high quality we claim. DALLaB Screen Co. The Sworn Tormentors or the In quisition. What cared they for the groans of the victim as he lay stretched upon tho rack? Yet people whofc hearts are neither as hard as tho nother mill stone, nor whose fortitude is excessive, nf.on liovn nn nitv nn themselves voluntarily incur life-long torturo by negleot. Rheumatism, tho most agonizing nnd obstinate of complaints is, perhaps, more frequently neglected in its incipiency than any other, tho preliminary twingos beirg sot down to the credit of '-a oold iu the bones" whioh will pass away of itself. Singular fatuity fatal dolusion ! Jrlostotter's Stomach Bitters is a potoDt safeguard Bgaitst tho terrible inroads of this insidious and dangerous malady dangerous because of its pronenes to attack tho heart, the seat of life. Neuralgia is also effectually counteracted and rolievcd bv rho Bitters. Malaria, kidnoy complaints, debility, indigestion, billiousness, la grippo, loss of appetite and the in ability to flecp a:o aramg the com plaints oradicable with this genial oorrootivo. Sleeper, Chifton & Co., Ladies ooze UIIOtllB $2.50, 8a and 34. Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Fj11 set of upper or lower toeth, $12.50. , 1 Joe Lehman's restaurant is open all night now. The best in the city to get a meal. WACO TEXAS ALL OVKtt TOWN The News will advertising rates. make satisfactory The caso of Stolte Bros. vs. Phillip Deitz, a sequestration suit, is on trial today in the county court. A Hogg and commssion club was organized at McGrecor Monday night. The meeting is reported as being very enthusiastic. J. 13. Walkins vs. W. K. Prock is the style of a suit on trial today in the district court. It is a suit on three promisory notes aggregating $1500 The News is the best advertising medium in Waco, having the largest bone fidu circulation to back this statoment. fake due notico and govoin yourself accordingly. Tho contract for tho construction of a throo-story addition to tho countv jail was awarded yesterday to the Pauly .Fail and Manufacturing com pany. TLo cost will bo $0,000. Thrifty mcrohants employ the oolumns of The News to let the peo ple know what bargains they have to offor. If your trado is dull, make trade by ndvertiBing The News offers you tho best inducement. Captain Itichard M. Beard is pre paring his cavalry oompany for tho stato encampmout at Austin. The enlistment of new reoruits will be con tinued only about ten days longer. The great annual picnic at Walnut Springs comes off tomorrow instead of Saturday as erroneouslv advertised. Tho date is May 19, and the fare is one dollar with a guarantee of a good time Dr. D. 0. Jonos returned late yes torday evening from Perry where he had heen called to att6nd Major Wiley Jonos He reports that Mr. .loncs ia in as good a condition as possible under tho circumstances Tho ribs havo been sot but tho collar bone will havo to go without sotting as it was impossible to set both. Dr. Samuel Muggins will give a free show at the city hall tonight for the benefit of the Rio Grande drouth sufferers Admission will be free and the audience will be asked to con tribute what they schoose to the drouth sufferers. Some gentleman of this city to be appointed to transmit same to the proper authorities. Those people are in distress and should re ceive liberal assistance from Waco. A. Y. Hughston some time ago filed suit tor damages against a number of saloon tuon lor spiling his minor son whiskoy. l'ho suits against T. B Wane et al and John Blom ot al wero tried jesterday after noon. The former suit was dismissed at plaintiff's cost and n verdict was rendered in favor of tho defendants in the other. A. Kirschner is also one of tho intended victims whose oase will bo tried on tho 20th and the re suit will doubtlebS be the same as in tho abovo two casrs. ipglB Baking IKJtiPowder Dsed in Millions of Homes ao Years the Standax& - WACO TEXAS- A firo alarm was sounded yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock. It was caused by tho burning out of a flue on south Fifth street. No damage was done. An interesting meeting of tho Triple Allianco was hold last night at Dr. Cranfill'a offioe. Future meet ings will bo held at tht W. M. A. hall South Fourth street on tho second Tuesday and fourth Saturday nights at 7:30." Thero will bo fourteen cars in tho Walnut Springs excursion train to morrow and it is expected, and pres ent indications bIiow, that ovoryooach will bo crowded. The Walnut picnics are always enjoyable affairs and a big Waco delegation always attends. For several days past, in a quite way, about fifty of our society gentle men have been arranging a picnic for the young ladies and teachers of the Waco Female College. Th2 News made mention some time back that a big picnic was talked of and by re quest of the boys kept particulars quiet. Through the kindness of Prof. T. M. Edgerton, the principal, the young ladies were to'd ot it last night. Great was their surprise and they re joiced at the prospect of a good time on the Bosque. Mr R. M Carter, the genial passenger agent of the Cotton Belt railroad, happened to be in the city and through his influence and free use of the telegraph wire, arrange ments were made for engine, baggage car and coaches The boys had made arrangements with Mr. Prade to pre pare all ediblos and the reporter judges, from the list shown him, every one will have plenty to eat. The list comprised everything that would go towards making a nice picnic dinner. The train started about 8:30 a. m. The reader can better imagin the joy, mirth and merriment of that crowd than the writer can tell Prof. Edger ton was in one of his happiest moods and will conduct everything properly. "Tho Garment Bespeaks tho Artist." KIRK& REESING, TAir,OJ:8,:il4 l-S Austin Avenue. Real Estate Bulletin. Reported by Baker & Dilworth j Abstractors. W 7 Seloy to J K Orchard lot on Frat klin street betwern Seventeenth and Eighteenth, $2,4l'0. A Kirschnor to A B Weslow, in terest in 47 0 7 acres, J M Stcpneuh, $1,180. J B Yates to Mary Biglow, lot on oorner of Barnett and Eleventh streets, 501). 31 White to Ellen Chapman ct al interest in 112 acres of tho O Uampo and J M Stephons survevs, $40. S A Nalley to Nora Hums, lot f in Torbett's addition, $850. City of Waoo to Ligon Bros., west half of lot 3 on Franklin street bo tween Third and Fourth. Valuable. Wo furnish abstracts of title on short notice. J. W. Baker. T. M. PlLWOUTH. WE STAND AT THE HEAD Every artlolo noeosnary to furnlHh nnv room from parlor to attic. Wo are Just now ottering a splendid assortment of BEDROOM BET8 of l,,o latest and ni03t Improved stylos, railing in prices from S18 to $30. Glvo ub a call. Our Carpet JOejpa.jrtm.en.t: Is completo with new jiattorns nt low prlcos. Goods sold on Installment. Wo now mauufaoluro our own matresses. Also renovato and miiko ovor old matresses. R. T. DENNIS & BRO. - 518 AUSTIN ST AIN OIMMKAINOi:. An Ordinance Authorizing and Em powering the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway Company to Con struct a Switjh or Spur on Jack son Street, Aor ss Tonth Street. Bo it ordained by the City Counoil of tho City of Waoo: Seo. 1. That tho Missouri Kansas & Texas Railway Company, bo and it is hereby authorized and empowered to cointruct, maintain and opcrato a switoh or spur connecting with its switoh or spur now running from its main track from nt:ir the eastern edge of Tenth street to tho eastern edgo of Eleventh street, nt a point at or near the Western edgo of Tenth street; thonco along .lncknou stroet and tho property lino to tho western pdge of tho alloy between Ninth and Tenth streets Seo. 2. Boforo said Railway Com pany shall bo authorized to oonstruot said spur or switch it shall apply to the city ongineer of Waoo and obtain from him the propor prado of aid Street, and said track shall bo con structed under the direction and supervision of tho city engineer, and shall oonform to tho grade given by said engineer; and before said railway company shall be permitted to use said spur or switoh, it shall placo on each side of the rails of said track, where tho same crosses or is laid in said Jaokson and Tenth streets a pieco of timber two or more inches thick and six or more inches in width, and shall till in betwocu the two rails and between tho main track and tho spur or switoh so constructed, with Btone and gravel, as directed by tho city onginoer, and grado Tenth stroot where said switch or spur crosses it, so as to mako tho Burfaco of the street level with tho top of tho rails of said roads. Seo. 3 It shall bo tho duty of said railway oompany to at all titnos keop said spur or switch and the main track in good repair and well ballasted with s'ono and gravel, and it shall at no time allow any cars, engines or other obstructions to 00 cupy or remain on that por tion of said spur or switch whioh Hob between tho main lino of said track and tho outside edgo of tho sidowalk. along taid Jackson sttcol. Sec. 4. If at any time said rail way company shall fail or refuse to keep said traok and the strcot between the spur or switch and the main track iu good order, or shall fail or refuse to repair tho same when requested to do so by tho city marshal, or mayor, or street commissioners of said city, then tnu otty council may by a reso lution adopted and t-pruad upon tho minutes of said city, revoke tho fran chise anJ repeal this ordinance and all rights-, privileges and beuifhb granted said railway company herein shall be withdrawn. Sen. 6 This ordiuanoo shall take effeot and be in forco from and alter its passage. Passed May 14, 189'i. Attest. Approved Jonev Jones C. 0. McCullouoii City Seoretary. Mayor By, II. W. Jaiilonowski, Deputy. Bronze Powdcrc, Gold and Silver Austin Paints at 0. F. Srni 404 avenuo "The Garment ilcapeak tho Arllut " KIRK & REESING TAll.ons.HIIX AuMtitt Avenue. IN THE FURNITURE LINE. ANOTHER CORK An 18 size American Watch, three-quarter plate Quick Train, straight line escapement, patent center pinion, patent stem wind, fourpai's fine Ruby Jewels in settings (15 jewels), expansion balance adjusted, in a fine Gold Filled Dueber Case, guaraiitcd to wear for 20" years for $18.90. THE 520 AUSTIN St. Our complete plant of machinerj enables us to do the best of work. Dallas Screen Co. JUDGE COLLARD INDORSED The Waco Bar Reoommend Unan imously Hon. W. E. Collard of Franklin for Civil Court of Ap peals. Following it the unanimous it1 J uorsemt-nt Dy tno wano nar ot lloi W. IC. Uollard of Franklin for judf uf the civil oourt of uppuals of tt first suprome district: N We tho members of tho Waoo b do hereby express our oonGdenue the intogrity, ability and learning Hon. W, E. Collard, and oomma him to tho voters of thp third 1 promo-judicial district as a pers -...:. .1- , i.n..j - !. ciuiuumiy (juainiuu mi ii pusllion tho bench ol the court of oivil appe of taid uistriot. Charles 13 Pearre, W M Slcc E A Jones, E J Gurley, M C II Pi Jno Q Winter, Euneno Willis Frank Grady, S L Samuels, W Graham, Robt II Rogers, It W , , drown, Jno P Massoy, Chas K I A 0 Prenderg.nt, Willor S Bak Oullen F ThoiuHB, E W Ewing, J Downs, J E ltovntoii, L C Ak-xau Richard I Monroe, Jno L Monroe, ' L Dyer, F II Kingsbury, J W ' tor, D C Boliuurr. 11 N Adkitu Win W Kvhiis, N U Davis, Jno Davis, Chas A Boyntou, L W Ca hull, JaH I Moore, W H Lcfsing. A Herring. Austin J Mathews, W11 Kondall, A J Curuihers, W 0 linen, J B Scarborough, Jno F V I) II Hardy, Thos. Mooro, Wu Flournoy, Gnrrgo II Smith Win mons, 11 J Goodo, S A H ! W S Kinchtloo. II A Ivnv. .Inli West, J F Brii.kcrholl, .1 A La Win L Pnthcr, K L Allen, M D ring, Jr, J T Sludor.T L MoCullt J li Earle, R H Kingsbury, Mndsey, N B Williunic, ,111 Bi J N Gallagher, T A Blair, J T I son, bud Williams, Thos 0 Smit' L Iladnry, W B Fakes, Thos Pf .las A Harrison, Qniiman Finley ) McKinnuy, Jno T Flint, W II Jei oounty ju-igo, W b Goodrich, di judge. There was an interesting and unusual occurance this morning local bankero' assneiation had 11 debts incurred in the entertainu the Slate Pharmaceutical assoc and had thirty per cent of tho 3 collected for that purpose lef This auuunt was returned to tt scrihers to the fund. ninHndMLKH