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j"Full Associated Press Reports.
JSHTjiJlTjiaiUtli JVX.X ltt, 1888.
Entered at the VontofUce atWaeo, Texan, Seemul a,i Matter,
VOL. 4. NO. 202.
WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOONj MARCH &. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
We would consider it a special favor to have you ex
amine our new stock of men's suits and trousers for
the present season. All the advanced ideas for
"Clothing Made Ready to Wear,"
Have been utilized in their manufacture and there is
hardly a garment in our stock today that is not equal to
We feel confident that we show a selection of styles,
colors and qualities from
pleased, and we have no hesitancy in claiming that our
prices will be the very lowest.
We further believe that our twenty five years experi
ence in the retail clothing business must be of consider
able value to our customers in so far as their getting
Correct Styles-Full Value-Satisfactory Fit
We beg to call special attention to our lines of men's
They will be found the best values in perfect fitting
clothing ever offered to the consumer.
THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR!
jpSas 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.
A FEW FRIGES
IN PLAIN FIGURES:
Our $27.50 Cheval Suit
Our $37.50 Cheval Suit
Our $47.50 Cheval Suit
and saves you $20.00.
Our new line of Wicker Rockers and Fancy Chairs is
the most attractive ever shown in this market. Latest de
signs, 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 oui $30.00 Sideboards are not fine enough
m nqt buy a mwim wm
until you have seen the latest thing out., We have it and
you will want it.
WACO FURNITURE COMPANY,
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
among: which all tastes can get
Saves you $12.50.
Saves you $15.00.
is the best value we ever offered
Members of the Nutloiuil Doinoora-
tlo Commit tie Kicking,
New, York Mnroh 5 The an
nouncement WHS ttiado thlH mnrninrr
that every member of the National
ucmooratic oomtmttec will reeeivo in
the noxt few day a letter approved by
the provisional committee of tho anti
Hill party of this atite. This letter
declares in effeot, that the anti-Hiil
Democrats are not wedded to Cleve
land and will accept any good Demo
crat who oan carry Now York. They
will contest tho Hill delegation ohoson
at mid winter in the Albany conven
tion becauso it does not represent New
York DemooriOV. Thn mnst imnnrt
ant declaration in tho letter is that
Cloveland himself is to blame for tho
I'mcBh" in whioh the party has got
itself. The letter was written origi
nally to Dr. W A. Anderson, a prom
ioont Cleveland Democrat of Wiscon
sin. When read to other membors of
the committee, it was approved by
air. wnitnoy, ex Mayor Grace, Elcry
Anderson, ex-Secrotary Fairohild and
others and copies were ordered sent to
every member ot the JJemocratio na
A JURIST INSANE,
Frightens PnHNcneera on tlio Train
and Threatens to Kill a I'rouclier
Pittshuro, March 5 Ex-Senator
John C. Newmeyer judge of tho su
premo oourt, western district of Penn
sylvania, suddenly became insano
yestorday while enroute on thn wes
tern express from Jersey City to
Pittsburg. Ho drow a revolver and
frightened tho passengers by threat
cning to kill a prominent Presbyto
rian minister whom ho said had gone
away with Mrs. Newmeyer. His con
dition last night was dongorous. He
is Bufforing from erysipelas as a re
sult of on operation preformed on one
of his feot reoently and it hag affected
he is roit HILL,.
Mr. Robertson, of Louleiitna,
Wasiiingtoii, March 5. Congress
man Robertson announced himBelf as
a Hill man. The faot that Louisiana
is about tho only Southern stato that
has not invited Hill to cross her bor
ders, is noted with soma interest bore.
When this faot was brought to tho
attention of Representative Robert
son ho said that he had not notioed
tho omission but supposod it was duo
to tho faot that tho Democrats of
Louisiana wero engrossed in tho politi
cal fight. "I am a Hill man" added
Representative Robortson "'because I
think ho is most available."
Secretary Illulno la Suffering from
Washington, Maroh 5. Secretary
Blaino has been quite eiok for sovcral
days past. The following offloial
statement of his oondition was given
out today. Secretary Blaine is tho
viotim of grip. Ho was taken yester
day quito Buddonly and sevoroly.
His fovor was high on Thursday and
Friday. lie was much better his
morning and hoped to bo about in at
New Onl.EANS, March 5 Cotton
Easy. Low middling 5 7-8, futures
quiet, steady. March G.28; April G.35;
May G.45; Juno 6.55; July 6.G4; Au
gust G.yi; Soptembor G'34j October
G.o4; November 7.04. Hales 20,000.
Washington, March 5. For
eastern Texas, threatening and
probably light rains, southerly
Mr. Geqrgo V. Davis the -well
known dealer in fine stock, was this
morning presented with a George
CJark hat by Mr, Walter Jones tho
affable mixologist at the Capital
samplo rooms. Mr. A. Kirschner,
the proprietor, and the negro porter,
being just as enthusiastic Clark men
as Walter, presented the gentleman
with an automatic match case and
an african briar root gold headed
Souvenirs Will Be Presented to La
dies and Children.
JStdCORROTOT, 3EtX:iS: E OD 3te Co
WACO. : : : : TEXAS,
FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.:::: s i
: : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
OFFJOK VtmEli IIOTML JIOTATj
A MAYOR SENTENCED.
Goc to Jail Three Month for Ex
tortion. Pittsburg, Pa., March 5 Ex
Mayor James G. Wyman of Aleg
heny, convicted of extortion while
in office, was sentenced today to
pay the costs of the prosecution
and undergo three months impris
onment in the county jail. The
charge of embezzlement against
him will probably be dropped.
Waco's Candidate Will Soon be
The candidato nominated by Waoo
for tho honor of christening tho now
war ship, is gradually gaining on the
othors. Although Waco was tho last
city to enter tho ontcst, sho 1b
showing her patriotism by
giving her candidato an
onthusiastio support. Misa llotan
now has 3700 votes and oooupius
third plaoo in the raao. Tho voto
at 11 o'olock this morning was as fol
Morton Campbell 1500
Colesto Willis 1262
Bottie Brown 740
Francos Wois I9G
Sallio MoLemore 104
Adelino Wioks 251
Helen Nichols 1017
Loula Jookusoh 1117
Rosa Tiernan 4022
Selena G. 8argont G80
Maggio Williams 485G
Pauline Wynno 1510
Sallio Scaright 300
Leo Upson 3222
Lola Williams 3OGG
Nettie Kotan 37OO
Tho citizens of the Third Ward
will hold a mass meeting at 8 o'clock
next Tuesday evening at Padgett's
Park for tho purpose ot nominating
a candidate for alderman of the
Young' Men's Christian A ssoclatlon
Dr. S. A. King of the Presbyteri
an church will make an address) to
the young men of the 'city, at tho
Men's Gospel Meeting, at tho rooms
to-morrow afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
A special invitation is extended to
the students of Hill's and Baylor
colleges to attend this meeting.
Strangers in tho city will find a warm
Tho Boys Gospel meeting will bo
lied at 3 o'clock and the preparatory
bible classes at 2 o'clock. Junior
bible class at 2, Boys of the city
are invited to attend any or all of
The Ladies Auxiliary will meet at
the Association rooms, Monday after
noon, March 7, at 1:30 o'clock. All
ladies interested in tho work are in
vited to attend.
This Saturday night at SMC 6'
clock, Dr. M. Jj. Graves, will deliv
er tho second of the series ol practi
cal talks to young men. All men
arc invited and will bo very wel
come to listen to thin instructive ad
dress. Tkinitv M. E. Ciiuiich Corner
Twelfth and Jefferson streets.
Preaching to-morrow at 11 o'clock a
m., and 7:40 p.' m. by tho pastor Rev
Chas. E. Giddmgs. Sunday sohool
in tho afternoon at 3 o'clock. All
will be welcome.
A Now Buslnoss.
A new business with a now lirm
will bo opened up next week on
Franklin street No. 4!i3, that of Fall
& Piiokett, undertakers and embal
mers. Mr. Jno. fl. Fall has been
employed for tho last eight years
with J. C. Stephenson & Son, and
is widely and most favorably known
in tho city and country. Mr.
Puckett is widely known as a young
man of lino business ability. The
new firm will commend itself to all
who know tho membors. Each of
the partners will give his full and
earnest attention to tho now business.
Mr. Fall is 0110 of tho most skilful
ombalmers in tho state, and both aro
thoroughly eoifversant with tho un
Tho notices of tho announcements
of Messrs Ed Spark, candidato for
District Clerk, and Thomas J.
Priinin candidato for tax collector
will appear Monday,