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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 27 1892.
Special Sale t
bliR' ii Wm.
ALL WORTH TWO and THREE TIMES the MONEY.
Pine French Cut Muslin and Cambric Underwear, perfect
fit and finish, handsomely trimmed,
AT 49 CENTS TO $3.39, WORTH 75 CENTS TO $4.00.
At 15 cents, worth 25 cents.
At 35 cents, worth 50 cents.
At 75 cents, worth fully $1.00.
White and Colored, Laundered and Unlaundered.
We Have Moved to Gorner 6th St.
Gen. Felix Robertson left to
day lor Houston. He will return
For Spring Millinery Lat
est Novelty in hair goods
highest prioo paid for cut
4OO 4. AUSTIN ST.
, Botan, 1'reddent
.Vm. Cajcikon, ' Ice Presidents.
Tox Paboitt. J
J. K, Bosb, Caihler
A. L.Bno.H, Assistant
First kTa,tio:Ei.eul IBank,
WACO, : : TEXAS
CAPITAL, $50C,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000.
nntJSarons K. Hotso, Wrn. Cameron. Tom Padgltt. l.'.K. Boss, W. v. roit, W. M.
tellett, I). K. Wallace, W. R. Dannlca, Wm. Drenstedt, SI. A rikxjper
07Acooants of Banks, Bankers, Merchants andothersaro solicited. Wo possess nnrpa.imi
dlltlps fnrmsHnjr collections
DO YOU NEED
Strictly In it.
The proprietor of the Royal Barber
shop and their efficient assistants are
strictly in it. A better shave, hair
out or bath cannot bo found anywhero
in the oiiy than there. Givo them a
What I Know About Hardware and
Texas has been injured in many
ways. Foreign capital has bocn kopt
ont. Times havo boon made hardor
and the reputation of our people for
honesty and fair dealing has been
questioned abroad by various blun
ders of our law-makers. Right now
wo need a olearheaded business man
for governor, one who thoroughly un
derstands tho follies of tho past and is
able to lead the legislature out of tho
old rut into ohannels of mod
orn cconotnio business menthods, a
good lawyer, who Knows what it re
quires to make a law stand tho test of
tho courts. First of all such rubbish
as the occupation tax law, tho anti
trust law and alien land law should
bo repealed, and next, stops should be
taken to oncourago foreign capital
into Toxas investments and to open
new enterprises and bring Texas book
on tho road to prosperity. It would bo
hard to find anyone more worthy and
better qualified for govcror than our
townsman, George Clark. What adds
moro to tho boauty and comfort of a
home than a nice lawn? I still keop
tho oelebratcd Pennsylvania mower
and havo aleo added a new mako whioh
is considered still better but not
doarer. After many experiments I
havo found the best mako of garden
hose. It oannot possibly leak, wears
longors and vet is as cheap as other
Yours for hardware,
Bill Heads, Statements,
G1RCUURS OR DODGERS?
Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags
or Talkers of any sort?
JS FULLY r.QVIVVEn
and if you want the very finest
work at the lowest price, come
to Tiik News with your orders.
Rulos and Regulations at; the Park
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. closed on
Sunday night Pool reserved for
ladies oxcluBively Wednesday evening
2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 9 to 12,
Monday night U to 10 for ladies and
gentlemen, pool party, tub, needle, and
vapor baths at all hours for patients
and others. Experionocd malo and
iomalo attendants day and night.
Tom Padoitt, Proprietor.
J. B. CheoNUt, Manager.
allies' Nerve And Liver Fills
Act on a new principle regulating
the llvor, stomaob and bowels through
the nerves. A now discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness,
bad tuste, torpid liver piles, consti
pation. Unequaled for men, women,
and children. Smallest, mildest, sur
est. 60 doses 25 cents. Samples free
at H. O RIsher;& Co's. Drug store 613
(E. E. Thompson has a few more of
those damaged paints and wall paper
for sale at your own price.)
Killing uf Charley Van Horn.
AnDMOKE, I. T., Feb. 27. -In a diffi
culty at Bob Wntkins' saloon in tliis city
Charley Van Horn of Greenwood, Ark.,
was shot ami instantly killed by John
Couch, a deputy United States marshal.
Couch was immediately placed under ar
rest to await an examining trial. Three
shots were tired from a Coifs revolvor
by Conch, one of which entered above
tho collar bone, causing death. Van
Hoin had just arrived in the city from
Gainesville, Tex., and is said to have a
wife and child in Dallas. The deceased
was unarmed, and it is tlitlicult to stat
tho exact cause of tho shooting.
Stock Fanner Mlislnc.
Monmouth, 111., Fob. 20. Robert H.
Rankin, proprietor of the Maple Grovo
stock farm, hns mysteriously disap
peared. He left home for Mount
Pleasant, Io.. on business, but novel
reached his destination. Tho ticket ho
purchased for tho place was not taken
up. All trace of him has been lost, and
relatives fear that ho lias been foully
uean wun. air. ltaiiKin was iJ'J years
of ago and unmarried. Ho was in no
trouble, and there is no reason why ho
should keop his whereabouts a secrot
from his friends. Ho was of exemplary
The Cumberland Presbyterian
oburoh will occupy tho hall of tho
Young Men's Christian Association
for the next few Sundays, until tho
new churoh is completed. Services
tomorrow : Sunday school at ihliO a.
m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by tho re
Christian Church Eleventh' and
Washington, P. N Calvin, pastor.
Sunday sohool 9:30 a m., W. S. Black-
shear, superintendent. Preaching 11
a. ra., "l'oreign Missions; 7:lo p. m
"Tho Holy Spirit." Y. P. S. C. E.,
G:-15 p. m.
Scandinavian Luthkuan Corner
North Tenth and Jefferson streets,
J. G. Opsahl, pastor. Sorvices to
morrow at 3:30 p. ra.
Y, M. 0. A. NOTES.
Tho Young Men's meeting tomor
row afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the
rooms, promises to be ono of especial
interest. It is expected that State
Secretary W. E. Wayte will bo pres
ent and take prominent part in tho
meeting. Mrs. Wayte ot Dallas who is
now visiting Waco has kindly
omeen ted to render two vooal boIos.
Wo invite the young men of tho city
to attend this meeting and promise
all an enjoyable timo. Come today
strangers aro especially welcomed.
One of tho oity pastors will make
an addrcsss to tho beys at their meet
ing, at 3 o'clock in tho junior depart
fkt?P . , ... 4m
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svJm rsnfX M&.
MAKES WA5HING VERY EASY
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.KZA1RBANK & CQ. st. lojis.
Have Moved Into Tlieir New Quarters
And are now ready to serve their many friends and
Have opened yesterday a lovely line of new Challies.
New Bedford Cords in the latest style.
New Ginghams comprising the latest novelties in Silk stripes
Uew Qolid Qwo Qoued Qj'llcs.
The latest fad in Figured Cheras, two tone.
A lovely line of the choicest Torchon Laces.
New Lace and Embroidery Flouncing and the prettiest lot of
lamlJHG, - iwiss - and - lu
Come and look at the Goods. They are Choice and Pretty
and at POPULAR PRICES.
521 suolcI 523 AxxGrtixL t.
fcSEOne Door from Our Old Stand.
CURTIS & ORAND
To Q-u-r ilSTeTXT" Store-
$4,000.00 to Loan.
On two years time, on security ap
proved by County Court, four thousand
dollars, belonging to Blake estate.
Apply to J. N. GAi.LAniinR,
or to Administrator.
Wm. W. Evans, Attornoy.
WtlCri I BflVCUrnl tin nnf. mpfln mrwl.tn mtnn
them lor a time and then have them rctnrn asnln.
1 FIWS? J1ul.1Jll cure- l ,iaT0 mado tho dlscnsa
of FITS, KI'ILEPSY or FAIXINU SICKNESS
a llfo long stncly. l warrant my remedy tocura
tho worst cases. Betaueo others havo fallod Is
no reason for not now rocelTlnR n cure. Send
El. Paso, Tox., Fob. S7. Eiiimigrants
aio passing through in car-load lots fot
Eddy, X. M. Tho Southern Pacific haa
brought in a large number from Fresno
and Calif, and Newman, Rus?el & Colo's
agents for tho Pecos Valley havo con
tracted with tho Texas and Pacific Rail
road company to haul twelve more
coaches of families from this city tho
early part of March. What was onco
considered a desert is now under irriga
tion, and thousands of acres have been
reclaimed. Emigrants from western
Texas, Arizona and Now Mexico arb
pouring into tho valley in largo num
bers. IVxurliUim Stlrieil Up.
Tkxarkana, Tox., Feb. 27. The city
was stirred up ovor an editorial in tho
St. Louis Republic, denunciatory of tho
lynching at tho stako of the ravisher
Coy, and comparing Toxarkana to tho
country which Bob Ingcrsoll bays does
not in reality oxist.
Mose Harris, a colored man, was
taken from jail at Varner, Ark., and
shot to death by n mob. He killed E. T.
Parker, a sewing macliino nse'nt.
0 m"1' ' jM? S
loves aini House Furnishing Goods
(TfJK.Tl & ORAND
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,
V, I), MAYllELD, President. J. 1). BELL, Vice President. JOHN D. MAYMELD, Cashier
T'he Gity Savipgs Bapk
Will Commence Business March 1,1892, with
$100,000 Carpite,! Stocfe.
The shares are payable in ninthly Inttallrnonts or two dollars. Anybody can take stock
now beoause'.the payments are so small, but In a short time yon will not be ablo to buy the stock
wtthontipaylng n cnermons premium. See the cashier at once f you want etocli,