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3 WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 27. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
LOOKOUT FOR GEO. CLARK.
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AVim a Fnllnrc I'lio Next Governor
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moner ivhoItcprcNont tho I'eonlo
Narrow It! Inn ftltikt Give A Way to
Whip Cord Serges 30c a yard
Bedford Cords 14c a yard
Diagonal Mixtures 14c a yard
Bias Novelty Weaves 35c a yard
Choice Challies iSc a yard
34-Inch Cashmeres 19c a yard
38-Inch Cashmeres 29c a yard
Plaid Worsteds 12c a yard
All of the above are in the New Spring Shades an
Colorings, and prices 25 per cent, below value.
A Large Lot of Remnants of Dress
Goods at Half Price.
NEW Orleans, Feb. 27. Ex
Governor Hubbard, of Texas, who
was minister to Japan, was inter
viewed before leaving for home in
regard to Texas politics. He said
Hogg's administration had disap
pointed the people and the next
convention would either nominate
Geo. Clark, of Waco, or some
dark horse. Texas was tired of
the views and policies Hogg had
fastened upon the people; Texas
had ceased to be an uncivilized
state. She was the peer of any
state in the union. Clark would
represent the people. The nar
row ideas now dominating the
state capital would be dissapatcd
with Clark in the gubernatorial
"How is Texas on the presi
"David B. Hill is one of the big
gest men in American politics.
He is a Democrat. His enemies
are mugwumps and that is why
the people of Texas love him. He
will get the vote of Texas at the
National convention and I pre
dict will be nominated and
We take pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that about
Mareli 1st; TSt&szt
We will occupy the Store Rooms, corner
Fifth and Austin Avenue, Nos. 500, 502
and 504, with a
Complete -' Assortment
Of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Ladies'
and Housefurnishing Goods, Clothing,
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods, Trunks
Valises, Etc. Respectfully,
Whittinghill, Jones & Goodloe
THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR!
jplas Beep Used
To a wonderful advantage in the purchase of this season's
Stock, and has accomplished for us truly surprising results.
Our New Goods have arrived, and we are now offering the
best bargains in Furniture ever placed before the people of
You can not afford to buy a Bedroom Suit until you
have seen our New Goods.
fl FEW FRIGES
IN PLAIN FIGURES:
Our $27.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $12.50.
Our $37.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $15.00.
Our $47.50 Cheval Suit is the best value we ever offered
and saves you $20.00.
Our new line of Wicker Rockers and Fancy Chairs is
thmost attractive ever shown in this market. Latest de
igns, largest stock and lowest prices.
Our new stock of Sideboards is full of wonderful values:
Our $18.00 Sideboard saves you $7.00, and you are very
hard to please if our $30.00 Sideboards are not fine enough
m not buy s mmm eeq
until you have seen the latest thing out We have it and
you will want it.
WACO FURNITURE COMPANY,
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
Kui l road n wrecked bj AviilnuclicN
Telluride, Col., Feb. 27.
Three snow slides occurred in this
vicinity yesterday. The first was
started by a train jarring the
snow banks which came down
with great rapidity, tearing up the
track and destroying the tele
graph poles. A little west of
here a-small slide carried about
150 feet of track away. The last
avalanche reported was the most
serious of the lot. A large pack
train was caught in it on the
Marshall basin. The train and
sixteen burrows and one horse
were instantly killed. The driver
of the train was buried several
feet under the snow but managed
m:v youic ui:ai. i:stati:.
A Tnmiuniiy Miclicui lluys n. Cabi
net Officer' Itcalucnco.
New York, Feb, 27. The
real estate market at its close
yesterday was enlivened by sales
of a character that excited inter
est. For instance: Tammanny
Hall' Sachem, Edward Kearney
will hereafter occupy the resi
dence of President Harrison's
secretary of war. Brokers have
sold for Stephen B. Elkins his
house at 46 West Fifty-eighth
street to Mr. Edward Kearney for
An Ilinhtizzlliijf I'oniiiinifer.
Dillon, la., Feb. 27. J. B.
Busch, postmaster here has con
fessed to the embezzlement from
the government upwards of $1000
and has been bound over by the
Federal grand jury.
Washington, Feb. 27. The
indications for Texas today are
Increasing cloudiness tonight and
probably light rain, becoming
warmer tomorrow; southerly wind.
A Record Breaker
We will, beginning Monday morning, the 22d insl., and continu
ing for THE WEEK, inaugurate
AGreat 1-4 Off Cleariti
To make room for our Spring Stock now on the way. This will
For BARGAIN SEEKERS ever offered. For this Week
We will give you off from our regular low prices on our
Entire stock of DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS, NO
TIONS, TABLE LINENS, LACE and PORTIERE
CURTAINS, SHOES, etc. Iu fact, our
BNTIRB : STOCK
Will be offered this week for off (except our Domestics
and Prints). This Means
Remember that ours is a strictly ONE PRICE STORE and all
goods are marked in plain figures.
Everything this Week at 1-4 Off