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VOL. 4. NO. 204.
WACO, TEXAS, TUEbDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 8. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
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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 among which all tastes can get
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.
ANGER - BROS
THE AM IGHTY DOLLAR!
flas 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
Central 1 exas.
You can not afford to buy a Bedroom Suit until yon
have seen our New Goods. ,
II FEW FRIGES
IN PLAIN FIGURES:
Our $27.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $12.50.
Our $17. qo 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
'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
LBD MET EUY II FObOIMG IEQ
until you have seen the latest thing out, We have it and
you will want it.
WACO FURNITURE COMPANY,
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
Prcillc IniiNiiml Illil a Cointilmi
IIoiin in WiikIiIiikioii
Warhinoton, March 8 Tho ap.
pearanco of Ohauncey I. Fillo. , f
St Louis hero simultaneoutly with
the announcement of Altera candi
dacy is looked upon as somewhat ig
nificant. There has boon a belief
that tho Blaioo element would rally
to A'ger. The uppoaranoo of Filiey
and numerous nthcrsof his element,
coupled with tho expeoted nrrival ot
Chairman OUrJcson leads to tho beliof
that a consultation of tho Blaioo fol
lowers is to bo had.
Senator Cluy is daily expooted ba k
from Florida and :t is not t all cer
tain that tho reconciliation' between
him and the President has proceeded
as far as to tako biui out of tho Alger
movement. Senator Kellog was also
Harrison has just returned from
Louisiana with a contraot to tho
delegation in his pooket etd will
probably join in the oonlercnoo. Tho
party of ami Harrison peoplo will
draw Htrength away from Harrison by
booming their favorato. Blaine is ap
parently still being pushed. Tho in
dications aro that ex tipeakor Reed is
to be pushed to thorrontas president.
A hug reception is to bo given him
here to-night by tho combined re
publican organizations of this city.
Potmalcr Etitoti liitcrvlowsd on
Washington, March 8. Postmas
ter Eaton of Now Orleans has taken
alarm at tho prospect of a shaking up
by tho oivil sorvioo commission and is
horo trying to got things straightened
out without much prospect of sucoess.
Commenting on tho general political
situation thero ho said "our republi
can troubles are likely to work out
their own solution, and wo will havo
something like harmony or reconoili
tion before elcotion day comes arouna.
About the Democracy, I think Louis
iana favors Cleveland." Speaking of
tbo lottery no quoted oopy ot the no
tices recently posted indicating tho
determination of tho lottery peoplo to
rcspeot the law and said, "I think
that this notico is honest and sincero
and the company means just what it
says. Tho denial of the uso of tbo
mails was a fatal blow to tho lottory
company from which it cannot recov
er. It took the united States Gov
ernment to boat them; no othor power
es k M
UlltS. JI2Jft'i:itMN DAVIS
Goon Into Court tol'rotcrt Uoyalty
- 011 Davis' Memoir.
New York, Maroh 8. Mrs. Virnia
Jefferson Davis, widow of the ex
president of the Southern Confcdoraoy,
has brought suit in the United States
circuit court to restrain Robert Bel
ford and tho Balford company from
transferring tbo rights of this com
pany in the memoirs writton by her
husband to tho United States Book
company. Mrs. Davis claims royal
ties to the amount of $4,000 are duo
her on salo of the book and sho brings
suit for reoovery of this sum with in
terost from September.
Tiiii col.uk JjIixl:.
A Negro Prizo Fighter Ilua a Itoir In
Buwalo, N. Y., March 8. George
Dixon, a colored bantom weight, who
arrived in town with a company, was
rofased dinner with tho wbito folks in
tho guests saloon at tho Qenncssoe
hotel to day. As ho had caton break,
fast with Slavin and Mitohell in tho
samo room this morning ho and his
manager protested lustily, and tho
manager oi tbo hotel baoked down and
withdrew tho color lino.
Mr. Oaulu'a Charity.
New York, Maroh 8. Jay Gould
has givon $25,000 to tho University of
Now York. Tho gift was mado a
few days after ho gavo his oheok for
$10,01)0 to tbo i'resbytenan churoh
extension oommittee. It was Mr.
Gould's doairo that tho gift bo kept
Dledof Yellow Fever.
New York, Maroh 8th Two
deaths from Yellow fever on steam
ship Euolido whioh arrived from
Brazilian ports today caused her de
tention at the quarantine station.
Brand Spring Opening!
March 7th ami 8th!
Souvenirs Will Be Presented to La
dies and Children.
REPORT OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
At Waco, in the State of Texas, at the
Close of Business, March 1, 1892.
Loans and discounts $
Overdrafts, scoured and unsecured
U. S. Bonds to seouro circulation
Duo from approved reserve agents
Due from other National Buks
Due from state banks and bankers
Banking house, furniture & fixtures
Current expenses and taxes paid
Chocks and other cash itoma
Bills of other banks
Fractional paper curroncy, nickels and cents
Legal tondor notes
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circula
tion) , -
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund .
National bank notes outstanding 'Si
Individual deposits subjeot to cheok ''.' y
Demand certificates of deposit J?i.
Duo to other national banks '..';,
Duo to stato banks and bankers . ... ..'...'..
820 070 05
B 357 52
52 311 53
Total . i ft 1,151,180 52
State of Texas, County of MoLonnan, bb: I, J. K. Hose, cashier of tho
abovo named bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to tho
best of my knowledgo and beliof. J, K. Bosk, Cashior.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 7th day of Maroh, 18o2
R. G. PlDCCCKE,
Notary Public, McLennan County, Texas. "
Correot Attest: Vm. Bkkubtkdt, )
Wm. M Kei.i.ktt, Direotora.
Tom Padoitt, )
Loans.... , - , .$
U. S. 4 per cent bonds -. .
Banking house and fixtures '.;'..',..
Taxes and expenses. ,.h ....... .
Duo from U. S. treasurer ;-jJ
Cash and oxohango ........ . .'
04 754 04
Total . t.t 1,151,180 52
Capital paid in -. $ 500,000 00
8urplus '. 50.000 00
Undivided profits i., ..". 38,905 46
National bank notes outstanding.... 45,000 00
Doposita ''--- .....V. 522.281 O7
Total I $ 1,161,186 52