The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 157, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 12, 1892 Page: 4 of 8
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WACO DAILY NEWS JANUARY 1 2 1892
Steam Sausage Factory.
Fresh Sparo Ribs.
All Kinds Meats
Cheap for Cash.
J. 0. Stafford.
lsowaro or Imitations
Of McAmster eoal. No ono han-
dles the Genuine artiolo but Laoy.
The Kirkpatriok addition is high
dry and silubriouo and commands a
MY STORE. 50 marbles for 5 oonts
at My Store 635 Austin atcetr
The Kirkpatriok addition to Waco
puts the chanoe of securing a homo
into the hands of every one.
If you want cheap coal try Laoy's
Biueii L'nuEK $5.50 per ton.
Lots in the Kirkpatriok addit'on
are selling for tho present dirt oheap.
For the next thirty days boo our
prices. They will astonish you
Take a drive over tho additions to
the city arid ask tho prices of lots
and then look at lots in tho Kirkpat-
rick addition and you will buy.
If you want tho best cheap coal in
Waco telephone Laoy for tho Brier
Day boardors oan get tho best ac-
commodations at tho Woman's Ex
change 113 North Fourth street.
Young man tako a drop on lottery
tickets and buv you a place for a
home in tho KirkpatritkJ addition.
It is the chanoe of a lifetime.
If you want good coal quiok deliv-
ery telephone Laoy for McAlibter
Lump. No one soils it but Laoy.
Nice pure and white lard in bulk
cO cents per pound at CRirrENS
lorner Fifth and Franklin.
Lidics. we havo just received fresh
stock of flower seeds.
W. L Tucker
"Lion Drug Store
Rockport lots have two strings on
fortunes bow Orange and Grapo oul-
ture and will double in value in a fow
months as it is the coming deep
water port. J. E. Anderson.
A. D. Adams & Bros..
Hard to Beat
Peach and Apple Cider Try mo
I am good.
A J. Lcslio for first-class watoh
clock and jowelry ropairing. Same
building with H. E. Arabold Anstin
Parker Bros can Bell you goods
bflow manufacturers prices See
their goods and get their pYiocs.
Havo jou used an Embrco McLean
Ml. I. .
To the Ladles.
Mrs. F.J. Sullivan has romoved her
dressmaking catablishmont to 509 1-2
Austin avenue up-Btairs over tho
"Leader" whero alio will bo glad to
see her patrons and friends.
Miles' Nerve And Liver Pills
Act on a now prlnoittlo regulating
tho liver ttomuohnnd bowels through
tho uervep. A new discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills spoodlly cure biliousness
bad tuste torpid llvei piles coustl-
pation. Unequalod for men. womon
and children. Smallest rulluesr sur-
est. 6Cdoeef25 cents. Samples free
at 11 ( flli-br (i i Inf. m j i Ul
BOYS ATTHE FORKS
What J U. Vincent Says They are
Going to Do.
GEORGE CLARK FOR GOVERNOR.
Ho SilJ'N in tho .llnctHlonlliu Cry uiitl
IntimulcN 'Mint tliu Cliiilrinnii or
tlio Itallronil CoiitiiilHtioit AVI II !o
In tlio ItitCf ?II1I Will boonllio
JIitfclliiBN lor itnnlnr mill With
Clark mill IUIII-j In tho Wood
lrcurhiiir UniulullcriUcd Ileum-
crucy u Jubilee Will bo 1 minis tirnl-
cd That Mill JIiiIioIIn All Clad.
The News reportor ran aoross
James U. Vinoont ot tho Weather-
ford Eonuircr this morning just as he
i . i.: r .1 ....... :..
WttS unisuiug up a iuw uajs Bitty 111
Waco. Tho News haB been expect-
ing for several weeks somo signifi-
cant publication in tho Enquirer
but somehow its editor has been
"feeling of tno pulse" saying very
little but sawing wood.
"What is tho outlook" queried
The News man.
"About what?" asked tho Enquirer
"About tho condition of tho
country" said The News man.
''Well the people in my neck of
tho woods" said Vinoont "are all
right with cribs full oi corn bacon
in tho smoke houso bales of ootton
piled up at home whoar fields green
schools nourishing oto. But they
want some faotones and thoy want
a tap railroad from tho Texas CcUral
to tho Erath and Palo Pinto coa.
iields and I camo down hero to see
your people about it."
"What do they say?"
"I havo seen only Mr. McLendon
Mr. Botan Superintendent Hamilton
of the Texas Central and a few others
all of whom declare it no use to
try to get money for railroads or
oher industrial enterprises in Texas
now. The restrictive legislation of
tho present regime his simply par-
alyzed industrial progress."
"So you get no tap railroad?"
"No and Waco gets no cheap
"What about politics?"
"Politios is all right in
fact lovely lots of fun
coming tho biggest dnnoo you over
saw in Texas. "
How is thit?
"Woll Mills will be on tho ttump
for United States Senator and Clark
will bo on tho stump for governc
aud Culberson backed by the oombine
will bo on the stump for United StateB
senator and Reagan I guess will be
on tho stump for governor baoked by
tho oombine and there is going to bo
fire on tho prairies and musio in the
Do you know this to bo tho pro-
gramme? 1 Oh no; I know nothing. But tho
boys away out here at the forks you
know aro going to stay in the Demo-
cratio party in spite of the rulings of
tho combine and thoy havo called
and aro oalling upon Mills and dark
to make the fight for them"
Do you mean to say that Mills will
bo tho oondidato of tho boys at the
"Certainly I do. Did you seo
Mills' interview in Sunday's Dallas
News? That puts him right not only
as to the industriously ciroulateu lies
against him about silver but it also
puts him right with tho farmers as to
Fu ley's kicking out devilment."
What makes you think Reagan will
be a candidate?
'Oh I don't want to Bay. You
know several of theso good old farmers
will wnto lettors and they will show
them to an innocent fellow like mo."
What do you think of Culberson's
"That's easy. Ho simply wont daft
and became tho ohostnut for tho com-
bine. '.Mo and Horace' couldn't got
tho plum and a sharper old ouss than
'Me and Uoraoo' got Culberson in it.
'Old Davo' oould havo served Texas
effoctfully on tho inter-stato commis-
sion and at tho same time robbed the
Republicans of ono club with which
they will maul us with tno civil ser-
vico mugwumps. But ho yioldcd in
the hour of his imbeoil ambition and
he is gone. That is to Bay he is
gono unless tho great aud good prohi-
bition upostle of Kansas tho Hon. St.
John who is now canvassing Texas
can savo him."
Do you think St. John's canvass at
this timo significant?
"Do I? You don't take mo to be a
political fool do you?"
Not cxaotly but how will suoh a
"It will ko red hot I told you and.
Mills and Clark as representatives of
I E. Thompson
HOUSE and SIGN
Iuterior Decorating and
Paper Hanging a Spe-
cialty; Also Dealer in
Painters Supplies and
sixTirsTit Eurxi:A.n fjcaxiclis;
: -:- TEXAS.
unadultratod Democracy will swoop
the State. It will be a oampaign of
education suro onough and lies will
bo exploded tho oharaoter of truo
patriots vindicated old bones will be
rattled politioal apostao exposed and
genuine patriotism instilled into the
Good onough. Now tell
The News what you havo
hoard about the congressional race
in this district?"
"I am not 'in it' you know I'll
guess with you about it. You know
my friend Pend'cton of Bell got into
a clawing match with another fellow
named Tyler of Bell and they
ohcwpd theuiselve all up and and
well my guess is that unless "liig
Sandy" from the Brazos bottom is
"in it" Gen Sul Ros will go to
congress from this district. Now
this is enough."
"Hold on! Iq it certain thit Judge
Gerald will make tho raco?"
"Ho is a good Democrat and no
sueh Democrat fails to too the
mark when called for. The boys in-
tend to1 call fr him and George
never failed them yot. Wo don't
intend to consult him much about
AN INTERESTING DECISION
In the Police Court Relating to
Female Residents of the Reser-
vation. Quito an interesting question was
raised this morning in the mayor's
court in tho ttial of Ella and Cora
Davis. Thej were oharged with be-
ing inmates of a houso of prostitution
without lioenso. They were hereto-
fore convicted before Mayor Protem
Ilerbort and by him were granted a
new trial upon motion of their counsel
D H. Hardy Esq.
Tho oaso came up again this morn-
ing de novo beforo Mayor McCullooh.
It was agreed between city attorney
and counsel for defendants that de-
fendants were inmates of a houso of
prostitution to wit: Hattio Tyrco's;
that they had no licenso as provided
by artioln 50 of the city ordinances ;
that they wero ornployed by said Hat-
tie Tyreo ono as a piano player tho
other as houso keeper. Upon this
agreed oaso the fullest argument was
uiado by tho attorneys. Mr. Hardy
took the position that tho olauso in
the ordinance upon whioh the com
plaint was based to wit: "or any in-
mato of a house of prostitution" must
procure liconso regardloss whether sho
was there employed as a servant or
othorwiso was invalid heoauso unreas
onahlo and in controvontion of com-
In support of this ho argued that a
woman might bo driven by tho spur
of necessity to aceopt a position for
support in suoh a placo and not bo
guilty of immoral praotices.
"Tho sunshine brokon in tho rill
Though turned aside is sunshine
Ho oitcd a number of authorities in
support of his position. Tho oity at-
torney in roply arguod that in arguing
the unreasonableness of an ordinanco
tho hypothetical cases in support of
its unreasonableness must be reason-
able and that it was indulging in a
violent presumption to say tLat any
woman living in such a houso was
ohasto and was not pursuing tho oc-
cupation of a bawd. He further dis-
cussed the police powers of a oity and
tho object of tho ordinanco and sub-
mitted the case.
His honor took tho viow of defend-
ants' counsel and discharged the de-
fendants. In delivering his opinion
ho stated that ho did not propose to
oonviot a woman becauso ot tho com-
pany sho keeps; tbat if tho complaint
had been based upon the other olauso
in artiolo 50 to wit: that defendants
were pursuing tho occupation of
FORSY1HE & COREY.
FINE FURNISHING GOOD
J. II. SHOPE tho Cash Grocer
will 6how you what ho is doing for
3 lb Tomatoes per doz $1 30
2 lb " I 00
2 lb Perfcotion Corn per doz.. i 50
2 lb Fancy Family Peas per doz 1 50
2 lb String Beans per dozen. . . 1 10
3 lb Standard Peaches per doz. 2 15
2 lb " " " " 1 55
3 lb Aprioots per doz 3 15
3 lb Grapes per doz 2 05
3 lb Cherries " " 2 (55
Fanoy Mixed Piokloss per gal. 50
" small ' " " 40
" Kiautpcrlb 3
" Mincemeit 12 lb 1 0U
First quality Flour por owt. ... 2 80
Sugar ou'ed Hams lOJo
Granulated SuBar 1 8 lb 1 00
Y. C. Sugar 19 lb 1 00
Brown Sugar 20 lb 100
Grits 35 1b k 1 00
Head Rico I4 lb 1 00
Evaporated Peaches 8 lb.... 1 00
" Apricots 8 lb 1 00
Dried Blackberries 13 1b 1 00
Fancy Irish Potatoes por b'okt 25
Yellow Yam Sw't Potatoes " 40
Red or while " " " 30
Fanoy Apples per bucket .... 40
Navy Beans 23 lb 100
Dried Grapes 20 lb 1 00
To my friends and customers: This
is only a snmll sketch of my low
cash prices. So call and look through
my stock of groceries.
Every day is a special sale day.
J. H. SHOPE
205 South Third Street.
bawds and thcro had been proof of
the same his decision would would
havo been different. In brief that
tho provision of tho ordinanoo which
compelled a woman to procure license
merely because feho was tho inmate of
such a house with no allegation and
proof that she was pursuing the occu-
pation of 11 bawd is invalid and in
contiavention of common right. Tho
court illustrated his position by the
argument that defendants should not
ho convicted on tho ground meroly
that they woro In bad company thore
being no charge or proof that thoy
wero guilty of immoral praotices.
ALL OVEll TOWN.
Little Annio daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. B. Pearlstono lies dangerously
ill at their residence on Columbus
See list of artists composing tho
Bostnn Symphony Orouustral olub
who play at the Philo olub rooms
Friday night Jan. I5th.
"Jack tho. Shenoy" says he has
quit drinking "Old Crow" at Lineri's
and has beoomo an aotive worker in
the salvation army.
The attention of our readers aro
especially directed to tho notioo of
the ontsrtammont under tho auspices
of tho Philo- Literary blub.
Tho hido of tho big bear kept so
long at the park and killed by John
Dollins Christmas ovc has boon neatly
dressed for Mr. Louis Newberg and
can be scon at tho now St. Charles.
Don't forget to purchase tiokets
for the Boston Symphony Orchestral
olub entertainment Friday night at
tho Philo olub rooms. JTou will be
delighted. Tiokets for salo at Gog-
gan's Musio Store and by members of
tho Philo olub.
The Behrons' Drue Company hold
a stockholders' meeting yesterday at
whioh tho following officers were
eleoted: K Behrcns president; T.
A. Crawford vioo-prosidont; F. W.
Schumakor secretary and treasurer.
Theso samo officers with the addition
of E. Rotan and J. Eikol composo
tho board of dirootors for tho ensuing
20 Rookport lots sold in ono day this
week. Who will be the'next to buy
in Waco addition to Rookport? No
hotter investment oan bo made.
J. E. Anderson.
Tho best restaurant in town Joo
Lehman's No. 117 South Fourth
We are prepared to make
loans on improved country or
city property at current rates.
Vendors' lien notes extended
fort willig & patton
To tho Lovors of Art In Photo-
graphy. Having moved to my new gallory
over 701 and 703 Austin street (tho
old Ilinohman Building) I am now
bettor nremred than over to erivo thn
peuple of Waoo tho finest Photos in
tho Btato. Tho boautuul "aristo" (so
highly endorsed by tho loading gal-
nriiH.S in nil its hnantv. tit mv ntiidin
1 will have on oxhibition for a few
days an elegant oil portrait of Mrs.
Goo. Clark by Mons. Do Gissao whioh
linn hppn trumpil in n verv hnnrinnmn
"Florentine" frame making a portrait
wen wortn a visit to an anu more
especially 10 tho tho ladies.
I will bo clad to woLome mv old.
and many now customers. Don't for-
got my now addroB8over 701 and 703
The following property is offered
for sale without reserve or limit as to
piice A man with some cash oan
make money and lots of it if ho will
go and investigate this offer. But do-
lay is dangerous the property is
going to be sold.
10 lots 8 houses corner Fifthjind
Spoightbtrccts; 1 house and barn on
South Fifih Btreet this w ill bo sold at
a sacrifice; a 9 aoro garden 2 aores
in asparagus ono aore in fino fruit
and grapes good improvements on
South Twelfth street.
A 03 acre fruit farm 40 aores in
fruit trees (bearing) also $20000 two
year old nursery trees for sale.
Sandy loam soil throo and a half miles
from oitv fino garden land. Call at
613 Austin avonuo for tho bargains.
Bargains at Cummins' 5 and 10 ot.
A 1-2 gal. and pint oups lOo
A 5 Hole mouse trap 10c
A deep pudding pan and spoon. lOo
A covered tea steeper lOo
A ecoop dipper and funnel 10c
A wood spaon fork and screw
3 Heavy glass sauoo dishes. . . . lOo
2 Thick plain glass goblets.. lOo
3 8 inch tin pio plates lOo
13 Tin tea Bpoons .. lOo
12 Sheets paper envelopes and
12 slato pencils and 13 load.... lOo
2 10 oent tablets for 10o
A covered glass sugar bowl. . . . lOo
A covered glass butter dish .... lOo
At Cummins' 5 and 10j. Btoro 703
Austin avonuo b;tweon Gth & 8th st.
Llvor Complaint Bllliousness.
The chief symptoms of this disease
are depression of spirits foul coated
tonguo bad tasting mouth disagreea-
ble breath dry skin with blotohes
and eruptions sallow comploxion and
yellow eyes tired aohing shoulders
(lull pain in right sido faintness diz-
ziness and irregular bowols. This
complaint in all its forms oan bo
readily cured by taking Dr. Gunn's
Improved liver pills aB dirootcd and
a lingering spell of sickness will often
bo wardod off by their uso. Sold at
25ats a box by W. B. Morrison &
Real Estate- for Sale.
Tho Gerald houso on South Fifth
stroot lot 115x215 two story houso
nine rooms all modern conveniences.
Prioo $6500; will tako a Bmaller
houso in part paymont. Lot and a
half on North Eloventh street be-
tween Barron and Morrow cast front
Prico $700 a lot. Two lots corner
Twontieth and Webster niooly ter-
raoed. Prico $800. Lot and a half
fronting Sedwiok's houso on Clay
street; under fonoo. Prioo $750. Cor-
nor lot on Ninth and Bagby; oast
front. Prico $500. Two lots corner
North Sixth and Tennessee avenue.
O. A. RicriAnDsON
Lots in the Kirkpatriok addition
cheap as 'hit.
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 157, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 12, 1892, newspaper, January 12, 1892; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114660/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .