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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY MAY 21 1892.
j)on9t Kick BOOTS tfUUI 5 OIIP 5H0E5"; SHOES About the wonthcr, hut cull around Dj anokc u fine cigar or road ono of i-...v Krtnl-a Rpi ihn latact fishiou pipers for Juno just received,, l0o SHEET MUSIO tOo Herz Bros. . . j-&..- V s J Oigr- nowsdcalors and Stationers, 101 South Fourth 6treot. I Wvc-i 1 wA jlfn TQtivi PI si) A V Th W r V MR IHV rs srrr rev fl " flsfti .o 1 THE "WACO Electric Supply Go. formers' and MciclmnU' Nnl'l Hank UtilldliiK. Electric Desk Fans from $5.0 to $25.00. DicliI Ceiling Fans, $35.00 and upwards, according to length. All kinds of electrical goods. G, W. H0BSQN-, 3&E0.X-1.0 cer. Gr t pound packBRO coUco, 2cent6. s 1 ponn IJar jams 121-2 cinla I I'jno clgnrJ per box I.T5. B finest loan In Waeo. BfBt goods, lowest prices. PlmelrnndlMln Waco. E ompt dellve') ;is the ros. Of GiIbl)olJro.Orocers.C05 Austin Avenue. Folltoatlcntion aud yie. New Grocery Store South Fifth Bt., between Mary and Jackson St. STAPLB AM) FANCY GKOCBKIKS. EverytblnK fliBt-class Agent for John llaidu's Finn Itrick, Umii and Cement. HERMAN STOLTE, - - Proprietor, TKLKPUONK 118. Swiss : Bakery. Corner Sixth and Washington Streets. Fresh Ilread, Holls and Cakes Every morning nt 5 o'cloclr House oren from 6 o'clock In tie morning to 10 lu the evening. It is not only low prices but high quality we claim. Dalles Screen Co. WACO TEXAS- 'UK?? . WACOTLXA HOGG AND COMMISSION. A Call for a Mass Meeting Monday, May 23. Following is a call for a meeting in Waco Monday next in the interest of Gov. Hogg: We, tho undersigned committee, in pursuance of appointment by an as semblage of cit zens from various bco tioua of McLennan county, invite tho voters thereof favorablo to the cause of Ilcgg and commission to unite in mass meeting in the oily of Waeo at tho city ball on next Mondiy at 10 o'clock ti. m., May 23, 18q2, for tho purport) of organization aud tho adop tion of a line of action promotive of the people's interest and their com mon deleoBO against danger threaten ing our railway commission. Where clubs have been organized we suggest that you enrno in a body. The Hon. Tom Brown, of Sherman, and other orators from abroad, will ad dress tho meeting, Harrison AlleD, John H Harrison, M L Board, S F Lillard, J T Chamber lain, Jim Tadlock, G M Vaughan, J M Kendnck, .1 M Brazill, G W Pat rick, W 0 Wobb, J P Clark, J 0 Key nold, M II Standifer, Terrell Jackson, Jack Long, I I? Stanford, C 13 Graham, F B Whipkey, R G Gaines, Stamp Bishop, W 0 O'Bryan, W S Baker, James I Moore, V R Ballow, J K Home, Maok Olipbaut, S B Jones, Dixon Censlly, L 0 Strange, B J Kendriok, J M Wright, W P Sparks. Prank Grady, Charles Howard, S L S&ihuoIh, Gus Hiokorson, J C Walton, J no Mcclain, C A lorronoo, S Ham ley, A J Pool. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. Called to Meet ar Cameron Tuosday May 31. Biieniiam, Tex., May 19. To tho Demooraoy of tho Ninth Congression al District: By virtue of tho powor vested in me as ohairman of tho Democracy of tho Ninth congression al district I hereby call a convention of Demoorats to meet at Cameron on Tuesday, May 31, 1792, for tho pur pose of nominating a candidate for congress from tho Nioth congressi nal district to fill tho unexpired term of tho Hon. R Q. Mills The chairmen of tho different coun ties in the distnat will please oall tneir county convention and nave a full attendance of delegates at said convention. V. W. Skauoy. Chairman Ninth Congresssoual District. k GOOD JVXOTJ3. That is the kind of a move which is made by purchasers of our FINE FURNITURE AND CARPETS For somo reasons it'B u hotter move than was evor uindo boforo. Ono very convincing reason 1b that not tnitlll now liavo wo over oH'orod thoso poods at such figures. Wo liavo novor folt that wo could nllbrd to do It nud wo don't feel Unit wo cau afford to do It now, but necessity knows no law and we aro taking tho bull by tho horns. It's a poor rulu that don't work both w ays. Wlmt wo didn't loel that wo could odor, you certainly oan't fool that you can nllbrd to iiiIbb. Our goods nro on tho inovo and tlioy must go, so don't miss this opportunity, but call at onco and got our prices. R. T. DENNIS &BRO. 518 AUSTIN ST LAWN TENNIS. Sleeper, Clifton & Co , Ladies' Ox ford l'i8 2 Ladies Oxford Tios $2.50, Ladies Ox ford Ties $3. im A DASTARDLY DEED. The Pacific Hotel. Tho Paoifio Hotel will ohange hand tonight and Mr. Bart Moore will suoceed Mr. 0. W. Buck as man agor. Aii unfortunato train of cir cumstances has forced Mr. Buck to retire, but ho made a great many lriendi in Waco who will wish bim success in whatever plaoo he may oaec his fortunes. Bart Moore is well known to tho travelling pub'io and will soon cstab lish himself and the Paoifio Hotel, with everyone, Ho will add a great many improvements and will do all in bis power to make this tho best hotel in Texas. The News wishes him muoh success. Joe Lehman's restaurant is open all night now. The best in the city to get a meal The great bankrupt stock of D. Domnon & Bro , is being auctioned off day and night. Unpatallellcd bar gains. Aro you annoed by the flies? If so sond your order to Curtis & Orand for screen doors and window. a Ticket for Firemen's Benefit, good at any time, at famous soda fountain, Old Corner Drug Store "The Garment Bespeaks tho Artist." KIRK & REESING TAITA)K8,3t4K Auttin Avenut. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup. ThiB remedy is a suro oure for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, oaused by taking cold. It will etop a ooutth in ono night, no mattor how sevore. It is just what its name implies; an onion syrup, oompouudod in such manner as to do away with tho un pleasant tasto and odor of tho vegita- blo. When in need of a cure for a cough or cold, try it. Price 50 cents. Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. m Men's Low Shoes, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, At HILT'S. A boy Is Caught Using Live Mock ing Birds for Halt. There was an act of cruolty and vandalism seen on tho banks of the Brazos yesterday the like of whioh is fortunately rarely seen. A boy who's name is known was socu to bait his hooks with young mocking birds which he hid tak.'n from the nest. This embryo Nero would thrust tho cruelly barbod hook through tho bills of tho little bird and would throw them quivering and trembling into the wator as a living bait for oat fish. The mocking bird is of a sociable nature and is always to bo found in towns and noarthe residences. It is entirely harmless and is alwajs ,: : 1.:.. .. nA KnM. MUlut 111a ujciij nuu uubii i dav and niizht. Tho human who oould descend to so low a stage as to uso any kind of live bait muoh lees an innoooot little fledgling should scorned of bis fellow men. The boy who was guilty of so villainous an net should be severely punished. Tho aot was witnessed by throe othor boys who were so horrified that they quit their sport and returned homo. Real Estate Bulletin. Reported by Baker & Dilwoith Abstractors. Texas Savings and Loan assooiaticn to John T Dollins, lot 10 in block 228 of Reyuolds' addition, $2,327 25. .). R Boll and wito to H. O. Bar nott, 300 acres of the O'Campo grant, $7,000. Julia P. and S. It Wainman to J. F. Bsirby et al.. lot on Bagby avonue between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, $300. Waco Improvement company to H. 0. Brown, 50x400 feet on North Ninth street, part of tho John Morrow sur vey. 510. We turnlsh .abstracts of title on short iiotlco. J. W. Baiceii. T. M. PlLWOItTII. m -n Hughston Against Downed. Tho oase of A. Y. Hughston vs. A Kirschner, which was tried in the county court yesterday afternoon, re sulted in a verdict for tho defendant. This was another of thoso suits for damages for selling intoxioating liquors to plaintiff's minor son, and, like in all others, has utterly failed to prove to tho satisfaction of the jury the allegations in his petition. Thoro is yet ono moro of thoso oases to bo tried and Hughston will doubtless he again knooked out. Result of Thursday's and Friday's Games. Tho crowds which attonded the game of tho Lawn Tennis tournament continued to increase day by day. On account of a press of othor mat ters tho sooroot Thursday's games was orowded out of yesterday's Nitws aud is given today. Tho following is tho score: DOUIILEH Turner w.d Turner beat Mallnson 11ml liters . A-2 G-0 SINGLES, J.K: Turuei bratMorrow .... by default Katon boat Illouut .. . 4G64b4 l'httoii leat Korl 10.12 SCO I Patton boat Cox 6-1 (J-0 Caruthers Jones game postponod on account of darkness, eaoh having won a fet. Mallnoon beat O It Turner )1-:i Second seta tie .... i:i G.iluo oallod on account of darknes. Tho scores yesterday were as fol lows. D0C1ILII. Catuthers and Jonos beat Parker and Cox . ... 0 4 6-J Turner and Turner boat Cat uthera and Jones K-2 119 Games oallcdon aocount of darkucsa, as tho final winner must win three out of five. KINOLtB. Malllasnn beat 0. K. Turner C 3 9-7 This afternoon tho final games will bo played and tho medals awarded. I'heho last games will be tho hardest fought of tho whole series and those who attond will see somo elegant placing. The publio is cordially iu- vited. ANOTHER CORK An 1 8 size American Watch, three-quarter plnte Quick Train, straight line escapement, patent center pinion, patent stem wind, four paii s fine Ruby Jewels in settings (15 jewels), expansion balance cidjustcd, in a fine Gold Filled Dueber Case, guarantcd to wear for 20 years for $18.90. WiftiHim Jhb 520 AUSTIN St. PRICES D Baking ULdPowdei: Mr. W. Y. Groddook, an aged and deorepit oonfedcrato vetoran left for Austin on tho noon train todav whore ho will bcoome an inmate of tho Con- to be written federato Homo. Mr. Craddock is said to hayo been a very bravo soldier and is highly rospeoted by all his old com rades who know him. Ho was a mem ber of company "A," Twelfth Ala bama regiment, Battlo's brigade, Rhodes division, and was badly wounded at the battle of Seven Pines. Transportation aud other expenses were kindly furnished by Pat Cleburne camp, C. V. New Books. "Not On Calvary." Tint News has received the above entitled book from the publishers, the Chas. T. Dillingham Company of 718 and 720 Broaeway, N. Y. The author signs himself as "a layman" and gives the book as his plea for mediation in the temptation in the wilderness. In the advertisement it sajs that "not on Calvary is a new hope for those who have lost faith, a new light to those who wrongly believe that God ever sends suffering, a now peace to those who suffer through bereavemont." Like every other religious work, "Not on Calvary" has been assailed by some orthodox clergymen and by others endorsed. It in no wiy is op posed to religion, but on tho contrary is a strong supporter. A quotation from the same advertisement noted above will explain how the work came KJsed i Millions of Homes 40 Years the StandaaS, Charles Allen, a railroad man, came to the city yesterday vesy sick from bilhous fever. The agent at the Cot ton Belt passenger depot kindly fur nished him a blanket and allowed him to lie on one of the benches in tho gentlemen's waiting room. He is suffering much pain and when seen by The News reporter was without attention, medicine or money. I)r Bev Caldwell was, however, subsc yuenlly called in and is interesting himself in getting the patient in the city hospital. Fresh strawberries, ripe bananas and tresh vegetables at reduced prices for tomorrow onl, at the Bargian Store of O. J. Miller's, 717 Austin Ave. Oxfords ! New Goods ! -A.T KCIXiT-S. Oxfords ! New Styles "The Garment Bespeaks tbo Artist." KIRK& REESING, TAlLOlin,:iH l-'J Austin Avenue, "Mr. Ingersoll recently asserted in an addrets that 'God could not he a lcvmg Father and still permit slavery with all its cruelty to exist.' The lit tle book 'Not on Calvary' reverently and successfully relutes the sneer and asserts that God is not the author of suffringl The price of the book is 35 nts. LIFE Or CHAS. II. SI'URCEON. Russell II. Conwell, L. L. B., D. D , L L D., has written biographies of Taylor, Garfield and Blaine. He has justly been called the Spurgeon of America, and has an audit jrium in Grace S'reet church, Philadelphia, 6econd largest in the world, Mr Spur geon's being the largest. The many grand works of ben volence and edu cation founded by Mr, Conwell are evidences ol his abihiy to grasp and present the best characteristics and peculiar powers of the world'a greut est preacher, Charles H. Spurgeon, of whose secret powers of wonderful success Mr. Conwoll knows more than any living man. To begin read ing this best of Conwell's biographies is to insure its entire perusal Of the entire six hundred pages each is re plete with the best points of a great man's life. Red Russia Oxfords, Just received at HILT'S. Ladies', Misses' and Child's. W use only the best quality of goods Dallas Screen Co. ' - mjtet