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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 26 i892.
Lowest Prices on Earth!
INFANTS 25c CAPS. Infants
Silk Caps, worth 50c, at 25c. In
fants fine Silk Caps at 50 to $1.00,
worth $1 to $2. This week.
Rncrc Large Goatskin Rugs,
u&0 White or black, worth
$4, at $2.99 this week.
This week we will sell you a
Body Brussel of Moguette Carpet
for less than regular price, and
make it, lay it and line it FREE.
This will save you from $io to
$15 on a carpet.
MlSSes' VeStS Misses'
summer vests, worth 1 5 cents, at
S 1-3 cents this week.
Kc Sanford's Mucilage, worth
ioc, at 5 cents a bottle.
Sanford's Inks, worth ioc, at 5c
Imperial Shoe Dressing, worth
15c, at 5 cents a bottle.
Colgate's Toilet boaps, worth
ioc, at 5 cents a cake.
WANTi:i To pnrcha'e IGo acres of pralrlo
land lu Mol.onnan ir lloll county. Will
pay fl,6(M cash. Apply at this olllco J
Curtainc Special display of
uriains nv designs in
Lace Bed Sets, Lace Curtains and
BEWARE of old stocks and
styles. Buy new goods from us
and you will save money by it.
-LtlUlGS WSllSIS blueTnd black
white striped waists, worth 50c, at
34 cents this week.
o :i ll Black Sailor
Sailor Hats HatSi worth
25 cents, at IS cents.
Lace Straw Flats in black and
colors, worth 75 cents, at only 39c.
A 7 Q rc Past rcd printed
t f-O llb. oilcalicoesworth
9 cents a yard at 4 7-8 cents, from
1 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock each day
We are sole agents in Waco for
Lilly Bracket & Co's. men's fine
Ladies' sateen and percale waists
worth 65 cents, at 44 cents.
Ladies' very fine waists in hand
some patterns, worth $1.25 and
$1.50, at only 99 cents this week.
Boys' red and blue waists, worth
50 cents, at 35 cents this week.
shoes and you cannot get them
from anybody else unless they are
second hand goods bought from
some country store. Don't buy
old shoes in old styles under a
good brand when we sell you the
same goods new and stylish, and
every pair warranted.
GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL.
REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT.
Money to Loan on Farms, Ranches, and all Kinds of City Property, at Low Rates of Interest
and in Amouats to Suit.
OFFICE: Room No. 10, Provident Building, First Floor.
The Kelluru & Rotan Investment Go.
-401 1-2 .Au-cLstlrx St.
Mr. G. A. Adams is quite severely
Mr. J. B. Tucker is a guest at the
Mr. J. K.. Downs has returned from
a trip to Mexico.
Mr. V. S. Chyton of Galveston, is
at the New McClelland.
Harry Stophonson of Maysfield,
Ky., is registered at the Royal.
Kev. B. T. Edmonds of Fort Smith,
Ark, is in the city on a short visit.
Mr. J. M. Means, traveling hustler
for the Piedmont Air Line, is in the
Mr. T. F. McCandless of Dallas is
the city looking after the interest of
General Froight and Passenger
Agent Bell, oi tho Texas Central, has
roturnod from (Jhioago.
Mr. Phillip Keiohert, of New Baden,
Robertson county, is in tho city. He
is agent for tho Catholic Publishing
Mr, E. L. Compere of Abilene is
in the city. Mr. Compere formerly
lived here, but is now in the furniture
business at Abilene.
Mr. Peter Plaswith, of New Orleans,
is in the oity. Ho is on a pleasure
trip and intends to visit all the im
portant cities oi Texas.
Mr. Theo. Cooley has been in the
city several days visiting his sister.
Mrs. Robt. II. Rogers. He left this
afternoon for Texarkaua.
Mesdames E. J. Owens and M. R.
Ellington of Hempstead, are visiting
Mrs. Owens' son, Mr. W. E. Owens of
this city. They will stay several
Mr. W. G. Adams, traveling passen
ger agent of the Cotton Belt is in the
city. He is hero to hold down II. M.
Carter's territory while that geutleman
is laid up for repairs.
Judge E. C. Heath, chairman of the
State Prohibition party, is in the city
to attend the State Prohibition con
vention His headquarters will be at
the New McClelland.
J. H. Shope who, with his his wife,
is visitinrr rplntivPR at. Anrlprsnn.
Grimes county, is hiving a very pleas
ant time. A telegram Irom there states
that he leaves today for a camp hunt
Mr. J. G. Murphy, of the San
Angelo Standard, is in the city on his
way home from San Antonio, where
he haB been to attend the recent meet
ing of tho Stato Press association, and
paid The News a pleasant visit. His
oxcollent paper is straghtout for Clark.
ffjrfee little kittens, soiled fyeir &iMer$,
Arid dictyt kijov vtyoi lo do;
'fill & Wise old friend
Jl y JD'a recorrirea
ISHUi Tl9i KOlUMrrmH
i f f
Wfy?i?se liftle kilter, Wttfyedfyeii' qiitens
Quick) knjsrjed e&cfy stdii?,
Aidheir mittens &2frin
"Yre as br.5 d soft as rjev
CLAJRETTE Soap-Made only by
H 1-3 02 gp
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
J. VV. MANN,
T. C. TI1313S,
J. K. ROSE,
Sec. and Trcas.
I have ecturcd tbe services of Miss
Goitle Davis of New York Cltj, la
dles' nitlxtlc hair dresser. Bangs
cat anil curled and hnlr dressel In
the latest Btjles Children's hair
cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten
minutes with dryer, ilalr made to
order, wigs, bangs, braids, etc.
MRS. B. J. DOSS,
400 Yi AUSTIN ST.
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WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
In fact, everything you need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish
KCURTiS & ORAND
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
THE mm MEM HEWS
AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER.
Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News.
Wil be Sent to any Address from Now Until JANUARY 1, 1893
mil m qemts.
ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL.
T.A.S. B. IEGr-i:isr, - S"uper.la3Lteaa.dLe3a.t
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $ioo,ooi
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,ooc
J. B. MoLKNDON. rresldent.
W. D. LA0Y,
J. T. DAVI8, Vloe-prestdent.
J. K. PAUKfcR,
TQ0S. P. ABKEL,.
L B. BLAOli, Osehlai
Aooounts of banks, bankers, meroh&nM, farmnra. meohanlos and othor oUsbos solicited. M
psyctsmuoh attontion tososal' nooounta aa largo ones. We glveparaonsl and ipeolal attenttoi
to our collection department, and roqiltn day of payment. Kxohange bought and sold 01
all the prlnolpal psintaof the United States and Kurope.
Wa. Oambdon, S .'Ice Presidents.
Ton Padoitt. )
A .L. BnowN,
J. K, Boss, Caihler.
.First fcsTebtiozinLeuL ZSa,n.3s:(
WACO, : : TEXAS
OAPITAL, $600,000. SDRPLUS AND PftOPITS, f85,000.
niBEOTOltS-K. Botan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Padgltt, J. ;K. Hose, WV. Tort, W. M.
Cellett, D. It. WalUco, W. It. Dannie, Wm. Bremtedt, M. A. Cooper
tWAooonnts of Banks, Bankers, Morohsnti and otbersaio sollolted We joeiess nnrpaumi
aciuiiea rormailng oollectlonB.
What I Know About Hardware
and Railway Commissions.
I bavo not been ablo to obsorve any
practical bonefit to the publio from
bivuui statu ui luiuioiaiu uuiijuiia&tuu.
Tho railroads have carefully oboynd
every ruling whioh has been to their
benefit, but tho rulings for tho benefit
of tho publio havo been, to a largo ex
tent, ignorod. Railroad building has
been checked, llailroad bonds and
Btooks havo doolinod and foreign in
vestors scarod. I behevo in a com
mission oomposod of two railway ex
ports and ono railway attorney whoso
duties should be to ferrot out abuses,
gather faots and statistics on which to
base legislation. I am opposed to
autocratic powers. Laws should bo
passed by tho government and exe
outcd by tho courts only. All per
sons and all property, corporato and
nrivato.'should bo eaual before the law-
and no ono should bo denied a hear
ing in tho oourts. Do not forget that
I am boadquartcrs in refrigerators,
water ooolors, garden hose, lawn rakes,
sorcen doors and windows, lawn mow
ors, lawn fonoiag, wiro oloth, poultry
netting, ico tools and garden tools.
Fourth and Mary Streets.
Seroons ! Screens ! ! Screens I ! I
Call at McKennon Brothers for
prices on screens for your house. En
quire of your neighbor about our
work. Ve will give you figures on
any quality of screens.
nitANPH UFFirrc Iattjb knnur.w
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Another Artesian Well.
The Waco Water and Power com
pany struck water this morning in
their well on tho corner of Ebvonth
and Webster streets. Tho water
bearing sand wa struok at a depth of
1,785 toot. After going through the
three stratas tho drillers will go on
and find out what is below.
I'llUIl SI ;,lt UU.11A..MII2I.
Tliotluehtlon Troubling Cniigrchk,
Ktittlio Deniiinil will prevail.
By Associated Press to The News.
Washington, D. C, April 26 -The
question of taking off the duty on re
fined sugar is troubling the house, a
good deal. Mcl'herson of New Jer
sey, introduced such a bill in the
senate and it is understood that the
house committee on ways and means
will take up the subject today. The
demand for lree sugar, owing to ac
tion of the trust, has grown so strong
of lato that the house committee will
probably be forced into a report of
TPlltf Gabert Bros aro tho
M. MB.D loading tailorB. They
have the finest workmen in tho state,
and aro artists in cutting and fitting. If
you wouldjbe well dressed givo them a
317 Franklin. Fine NVines and
Liquors. A place to eojoy tho luxu
ries of oje of tho finest saloons in tho
oity. Come one, oomo all. where the
finest whiskies will be served.
J. W. FoaAHTY, Proprietor.
Every member of the Waco Boat
ing and Fishing club is requested to
meet at the board of trado rooms Tues
day uight at 8 o'clock. Rctrular anual
moating. Business of great impor
AV.n. Avroit iiuau,
The Great Now York Ullllloiiulr
Die In IarU, Fruiicu.
By Associated Press to ILb Nqws.
Paris, April 20. Wm. Astor died
last nieht at the ITotfil Liverpool.
Cause, heartfailuro. Mr. Astor was
tho father of Mrs. J. Coleman Dray
ton. Rtirl wnn rrrnntltr wnrrind nvpr the
Fox Milbank scandall in which she
was involved. Npxt. tn Vii: nnhoW.
Wm. Waldorf Astor and probably Jay
Gould, he was thn rinlipst, nition of
America. Hi' wealth is cstimatod at
between fifty and sixty millions, the
greater part of which is invested ia
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