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VOL. 4. NO. 184.
WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 13. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
Our Cost Sale
We are showing many exclusive patterns of Hamburg,
Cambric, Na"sook and Swiss Einbroidries in all widths and
Matched Sets to which
We Invite Inspection.
Lot I 5 Cents a Yard.
Lot 3 12 Cents a Yard.
Lot 4 IS Cents a Yard.
They are all QUITE LOW and much BELOW VALUE, hence sale
will be large
Two Special Lots of
45 Inch Embroidkied flouncingt
LOT 1 S3.:J5
LOT 2 S4.85 a Pattern.
These are worth respectively 51.23 and $1 50 a yard.
UyU- jMUSLIN UDEFWEAR
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Take Elovator to Second Floor.
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IS A DOLLAR MADE.
LET US HELP YOU SAVE
Our s lendid facilities enable us to give you the best value
for your money. We have the largest assortment of
IAC0 FURNITURE COMPANY,
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
0. W. DWjD
Tie old Ornnd llulldhig, Xartlt of J'Uita,
The finest vohicles and horse h in the
city. Call carriages for Indies a spe
cialty and when desired, ladies can
have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.
The Texas Savings Loan Association.
$101,061.33 NET ASSETTS.
Wants to Soil You n Homo on the Installment Plan,
or Build you a IIouso by contract, or we will buy your
Vendor's Lion Notes. Wo can examine your tittle
and Close up business the eamo day of Appluion.
Lot 2 9 Cents a Yard.
Lot 5 19 Cents a Yard.
To Inaugurate the Season.
4 1-2 Yards in a Pattern.
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
Black and Cream Silk Laces,
Flounces and All-Over Nets of the
satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
RESCUED FROM RUIN.
StiiKC-Ktrnrk IMitlitens C'uitnri'(l ami lit"
turned to Their Homes.
CiiAwronDsviu.n, Iiul., Fob. IP..
When tho Ynndalin train fromtho north
came in two young ladies stepped from
the cars and were at once driven to th
Sherman House. Tno girls, who wen)
about 18 years old, wore boon met by
two young men of this city, driven
through tho principal streets and intro
duced to ninny of the young society peo
ple of this place. All arrangements for
them to attend a largo ball were quickly
made, and they were in high spirits over
those who were so anxious to meet them,
and who were making their visit mi
pleasant. In the meantime Landlord
Jones of the Robbin's Hotel had received
a telegram from Logunsport. Ind., to
look out for two runaway girls who had
bought tickets to this city. Thinking
the two finely dressed girls whom ho
had noticed on the streets were the ones,
he called a policeman and captured
them just as they weie starting out to
the dance. They were taken to the
hotel and locked in a room, much to the
sorrow of the girls, who could only find
time between their sobs to siy they had
left home because they were tired of it
and desired to g& to sumo city and join
a show company.
The stage-struck girls are .Miss Lelali
Parks and Myrtle Sebastian, whoso
fathers are respected business men of Lo
gunsport. No cause can bo given by
the parents why th girls made this un
expected trip, as they wero high in .so
ciety and respected by all at home. A 1
usual, those who wero so friendly with
them while here failed to show up alter
their capture, and they were left to con
sole themselves under loci: and ki-y.
They were 1 chimed home this morn
ing. A .U.isIitIohs Iuilli Mtuil.
Coi.i'.uiU's. Intl.. Feb. IS. licit Hal
deniiau. alms (too. V. Wilson, the al
leged ,iouruiilist placed in jail here lov
obtaining money under false pret ousts
and stealing an ovcreo it. is a mystciio
man. He says his name is neither Hah
dcrmaii nor Wilson, and refuses to gie
his correct name. He is .V) years ohl,
nnd says he has no relatives except 11
wife in Chicago leading a last life. Tlu-r
only child being dead. He is highly
educated, writes both the Pittman and
Graham systems of short hand, and
claims to have held positions on the lurk
ing papers of St. Louis and Chicago, lie
says he has been in tho insane asylums
at Baton Rouge, La., and at Indianapo
lis, and claims to havo been villi
General John Morgan in his famous raid
through southern Indiana during tho
late war, and afterwards in the Seventy
third Indiana volunteers, under Coloi.el
John A. Keith. It is not known yet if
he will bo prosecuted or released.
A White Cap Idfiitilleri.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb. i:i. Tn No
vember last four men rus'ied inio-the
cabin of Nate Champion :u d Ross (Jil
lertoiibon Powder, river,, aiid opened
As we will move to our new quarters at the corner of Fifth and
Austin Streets about Feb. 15th, we do not want to move any of our
winter stock. Therefore we place our entire stock of Clothing, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises on the market at
Except Dunlap hats, E. & W. collars and rScrivcn's drawers. We
hope our friends will take this ad. as intended, that we mean JUST
WHAT SAY COST. OUR COST MARK is posted where all
can sec it, and all prices will be made from it. This price will
enable you to buy a suit for Sio.Oo, $12.00 and $15.00 never before
offered for the price. Hut we will not attempt to name articles or
prices, but ask you to come and sec.
These Prices are for Cash,
As it is less trouble to move than books. ( We will continue OUR
COST SALE through next week, and perhaplongcr. If you would
get the BEST BARGAINS come first.
Remember this actual COST SALE will be from day to day
next week at
ES : & :
The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers
lire on the men, who were in their lieds.
The shots wero returned and the white
caps were forced t(f leave. In the flight
two rilles and four overcoats wero
dropped. The camp of the mob was lo
cated and eidenee gatheied that war
ranted the arrest of Joe Elliott, a state
stock inspector. Elliot'. is charged with
leading the murderous gang. At a hear-!
ing today he was identified by Champion.
Bail was fixed at ?.i()0(l, and the ac
cused was placed in prison. Tim pro
cedure will most likely lead to the ar
rest of others on the charge of assassi
nating Tiusdale and Jones, tho rustlers
shot from ambush in December. The
thieves are wed organized and have
money and power. One of their leade. s'
names in a weekly pajicr, prominent
men as thieves and murderers.
Tin Tj plnis IVwr.
Nr.wYoitK. Feb. !t, Eight additional
cases of typhus fever were discovered by
the health officers. Patients have all
been removed to the hospital of North
Bltci:i.o.VA, Feb. i::. A furious gale
is blowing here and many steamers have
taken refuge in tho harbor and sailing
hence. All vessels delayed.
iiiuiK It) 11 .Hull.
Roajcoki:. Va., Feb. 1!J. -Will Laven
der, colored, wllo attempted an assault
upon Alice Perry, a white gitl, Monduy
night, was taken from officers about 1
o'clock this morning and hanged to a
tree. lie was captured near this city
Thursday evening, and after being first
taken to tho station housu was removed
to a policeman's house. He confessed to
a loporter lie was tho man that commit
ted tho assault. A mob of 100 people
searched tho city over and finally located
the man in a policeman's house, guaded
by three officers. They broke open the
door and took him fiom tho oflicers. Tlio
negro made a full confession. The
crowd was very orderly and no firing
was indulged in. The treo selected was
on the bank of the river.
(.'mill ullnt liy it IUiik
BlouMinhton. Ind.. Feb. 1!!. Investi
gation of the oflleo of Elijah Todd, trus
tee of Polk township, Monroe county,
who died suddenly, reveals a fciOOO short
age, and it is believed Todd is not alono
responsible, a.s tho ollico was controlled
by a ring.
WAHin.VtiTOTeb. HI For Texas
Continued 'cold- and clear weather.
Winds becoming variable, slightly
warmer. Clear Sunday.
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