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VOL. 4. NO. 273.
WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 27 1892
5f Cents l-er Month
ism wr sn H H
A large lot, various widths and
All Silk G. G. Satin Edge
All the leading shades, I inch wide,
5c a Yard.
1 1-2 Inch wide,
8 1.3c a yard.
2 Inches wide,
10c a yard.
2 1-2 Inches wide,
14c a yard.
Sanger Bro's. m Wliittiiigliill, Jones & Goodloe.
la 291 ft
Open and Slml Japanese Fans,
15 cents each
25 cents each
40 cents each
New stock, new designs and
new colors, all much under price.
Two special lots of fiiije Gauze
and fancy Feather
95 cents each
dainty Fans at
Do You Contemplate Taking A Trip;
Our Trunk stock has just been enlarged and we are
showing all the popular fancy in black iron covered, canvass
and leather Trunks, to which we invite inspection,
f - Prices Very Iowt
UsSETake Passenger Elevater to 2nd floor for this department.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $ior,oo(
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $125,000
With a Negro.
THE MAN WHO FURNISHES THE
I'lstol 10 Kill Officer II re iv or Cor
relict! Hut Stooil the Officer orf
-INcjjroc ruiiKli nt the I'uiliiro or
tlio.llob Tiicfcituy Nlfflit mill Seri
ous Trouble In I-'eared.
Dallas, May 20. Intouso excite
ment prevails among the oity and
stato peace officers and tho public
will catch tho inspiration when tho
faots in the case becomo known. A
warrant is out for tho arrest of Com
modoro Miller, a dosperato negro, on
a charge of having furnishedIIenry
Miller the pistol with which to kill
Officer Brewer. The searoh for Com
modore has been diligently prosecuted
by a number of officers yesterday and
today. About 8 o'clook yestorday
afternoon Constablo Jacoby rodo in
hot haste1 to tho police station, stating
that ho had just onoountered Com
modore on Flora street. Jacoby was
on horseback, while Commodore was
afoot. The latter first caught sight of
his pursurcr, and drawing a pistol
GOT THE BUOl'
on the officer, made him throw up his
hands and ride off. "You needn't
think it was want of grit on Jacoby's
part," said an officor last night. "I
havo seen him tried. It was oom
mon sense. 1 am looking for this
thing to result in a general fight be
tween the whites and blacks of this
oity. The negroes are making tho
killing of Brower and the unsuccessful
attemt at lynohing his murderer a
subjeot of laughtor."
Oilicors went to tho placo whore
Commodore was enoountored last
night but Commodore did not let
himself bo seeD. An offioer saw
Commodoro in disguise yesterday,
but boing alone ho thought it not
prudent to attack him. Henry Mil
ler has been moved to a jail in anoth
er part of tho stato.
THE INSTRUCTED VOTE
J. B. MoliKNDON. President.
W. D. LACY.
O. H. niQQlNSON,
J.T. DAVIS, Vioe.presldent. L B. BLACK, O&thlai
TH08. P. ABKKL. H. J. OAUFIKLD,
Accounts of bnulM, bankers, merchants, farmers, mechanics and othor ol&sses oUotted.
payasmuch Mtentiontosmaliaooountaaslargoones. We glroparsonsl and special sUenUoi
to our oolleotlon department, and romltonaar of payment. Exohange bought and sold or
all tho prinolpnl points of the United States and Europe.
To tho Lampasas Conventlou June
Tho Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fo
railroad will niako prompt couneo
tioiis by spooial train for Lampasas,
with trains of tho M. K. & T., reach
ing Temple at 1:20 and 2 10 a. na on
June 5th and 0th, leaving Templo at
or about 2:30a. m., for Lampasas; and
the regular 3:40 p. m , G. C. &S.F.,
train will bring through without do
loy all passengers from both the
North and South bound M. K. &T.,
and G. C. & S, F trains and extras
will be put on to handle the dologates
from timo to tiiro, leaving Temple
dlroot for Lampasas as often as may
bo necessary, thus Insuring prompt
conneotlou with all trains arriving at
The citizens of Lampasas have made
arrangements to comfortably tako
caroof all who may desire to attond
this important convention and no ono
need stay away on that account. The
town has boen thoroughly canvassed
and the capacity boing 3,000 and up
wards. Lot all who can attond. The
usual roduced rates for conventions of
thin kind will be inaae by all rail
roads in the state, and tho eamo will
js advortised in the daily papors of
The stato, or furni&hed on application
no your local uckui. ugeui..
J. F. SKINNEIt,
J. W. TOWNSEN,
T. L. Cauthen,
Committee on Arrangements.
Lampasas, May 10, 1802.
Waco, May 25, 1S92.
Notice is hereby given to all in ar
rears with the Blake Manufacturing
company, who object to making furth
er payments or donations thereto, to
meet with the undersigned at the office
of Clark & Bolinger on Saturday,
May 28, 1892, at s o clock p. m:
J. T. Davis, H. M. Spaulding,
T. H. Brown, W. H. Jones,
C, C. McCulloch.S. W. Slavden.
S. F. Kirksev, George Dieiil,
J. E, Allison, L. Newburg,
T. II. Goodloe, Smith & Lyons,
II. N. Atkinson, Travis Jones,
The Counties Which Have Spokon
The News prcsonts bolow a revis
ion of tho instructed vote for govorn
or giving tho votes of tho attached
counties, to tho candidate which has
received tie vote of the county which
oasts tho voto of tho attached coun
ties, Dallam, Lubbuok, Nueces, and
Oldham aro added to tho Clark ool
umn, having spoken yesterday, rais
ing it to 87. Val Verde is added to
tho Hogg column and with counties
attached to Hale, Knox and Midland,
raising Hogg's voto to 67. Clark is
loading as will bo soon and expects
to keep it up until all Toxas haB spokon.
R. S, Ross,
R. G. Gaines,
Jas. E. Egan.
J. W. Baker,
M. B. Davis.
Weslow & Co.
Remember, our lowest price on
doors is $2, windows 75 cents, all put
up complete. Dallab Screen Co.
Try Persian Froth
Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes and Dr. J.
R, Forrell have fitted up a suite of
rooms in the new Provident building,
second floor, where they may bo found
in future. Telephone at office and
residences. Slates at Old Cornor Drug
Good claret wine 25c per bottlo
$2 50 per doz., at J. A. Earty'e.
"The Garment Eespenks the Artist."'
TAJLOllS, 314 1-S Auln Avenue.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Jeff Davis 1
Martin . at'ch 5
La Sallo 2
Midland & at' 3
Roberts .1 at' 2
Val Verde 1
I 1 Jyk ma wB
Any Straw Hat in our House on Saturday
500, 502 and 504 Austin Street.
BROOKS & CO
S1.25 SHUfcOD S1.25
Don J: fail to see our SPECIAL SHIRT SALE, at
One Dollar and Twenty-five Cf.nts.
BROOKS & COWAN.
Patton Beat- Mr. MaillnBon
tho Single Contest Mix
ed Doublos Today.
Tho great singlo contest whioh was
begun a week ago last Tuesday was
concluded yestorday in tho gamo be
twocn Mossrs. Patton and Mallinson.
Tho former won in a scoro of 5 0, 6-1,
7 5, 7-5, G 4.
Tho following aro tho ontries in tho
mixed doubles contest which was
Mr. Patton and Miss Susio Jones;
Mr. Beers and Miss Kate Risoher;
Mr. Cox and Miss Campbell; Mr.
Jones and Miss Taylor; Mr. Caruthors
and Miss Mattio Jones; Mr. Parkor
and Miss O'Noil.
In the games yestorday Mr. Ca
ruthors and Miss Mattio Jones beat
Mr Cox and Miss Campboll 6-4 in
tho first gamo and the second stood
4 2 when oallcd on account, of dark
ness. Mr. Jones and Miss Taylor beat
Mr. Patton and Miss Susie Jones 7-5
in the first game.
After the conclusion of tho games
tho contestants in the tournamont
had tea with Miss Susie Jones and a
vosy pleasant timo was had In discus
sing the games and planning for a
big tournament with Fort Worth and
Dallas players next month.
Kraraor. Mrs. J. Branson and Missos
Walker and Warnsr.
10. Grand Galop do Concert (by
requost) Kettercr. MisBes Owen
Mandolin Club Conversasiono.
8 in Torbott.B
Roal Estate Oullotin.
Reported by Bakor & Dilworth
J. G. Birkhead and wife to J. B.
Half intorest in lot
W. C. Kinsolving and wifo to W. K.i
Odd and one-half lots at corner of
Thirteenth and Barron streets, $2,fi00.
Wo furnish ubatraots of titles
short notice. J. w. Bakek,
T, M. Diiwoni'ir.
IN THE COURTS.
Tho Pupils of Miss Edna Owen Give
an Entertainment Tonight,
Proceedings in tho Various Tribu
nals of Jusilco Today.
The oaso of tho Hamilton Brown
Shoo Co. vs. S. & L. Lyons ot al., was
concluded touay and a vordiot was
rendorcd in favor of tho defendants.
The case of Leo Frank vs. Stephen
son and Smith was ooncludod and tho
judge has it under advisement.
The case of Topsy Morgan, Lucy
Miller and Sam Payne, for disturbing
public worship, oocupied the entire
day. No verdict was rendered up to
the time Tae News went to press.
,j!LJtl00, Ga.llDJ?.h"r'B.COur. Sam
vfMsnui U0 I4I1UU DlJ
thopeaooand the- lor """, ffi
malicious misoK -" am0L?l
eamo amount for crap
was fined tho
Boxar's voto (17)
A musical 'soiree takes place tonight
at 103 Austin and Eight streets, it
being the occasion of an entertain
ment given by the pupils of Miss M.
Edna Owen's school. The progamme
is as follows :
1. Molodies with teaoher, Miss
a. Little slow waltzo, invitation f
the danoo, Weber; Miss Be j
3. On Guard. duet, J
Misses Minnio Killough joschhorn,
4. Sonatine, Both Md Ashley.
Resina; Miss Jnn; ovon; Etude,
25. Vooal, Mic t6 Warner.
U. Bolero- A QWcn.
7. F .Soop Prnpor and Killough
MiF Jtude, Walenhaupt;Louro,Bach;
.a Pearl Walker. ..,,.
8. Sohorzino, Mpszkowski; vaiw, fju0 latost is 'drawn
Ohopin; Miss Mamio av"u'. an(ls MoKonnon's touniain.
r I'OLIOK COUKT.
July ono oonviotion was had in
this oourt today that of Cora Evans
$5 for nursing and swoanng.
Call on J A. Harloy for iino candy,
only 30o per lb.
Tho groat bankrupt stock of D.
Domnon & Bro., is boing auotionod
off day and night. Unparallollcd bar
Tho largest stock of fino cigars 0
roueht to Waco at J. A. ISarlcy's.
Froth only at
contested. I jHjy lbvlM
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