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(Earning 3Xews JCBTJllJjJSltJSl) JVJjY lit, 188S. Entered at the l'ottofllce tit ll'neo, Texas, ait Deroml Clans Matter. VOL. 4. NO. 161 WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 16, 1892. 50 Cents Per Month. Aimer Bros. NTER DRESS - GOODS BARGAINS. 22 inch half-wool, all colors, Dress Goods, worth 12 1-2, at 7 Cents a Yard. Fine Worsted Serges, all colors, worth 15 cents, at 10 Cents a Yard. Colored Dress Goods, half wool, all colors, worth i 8 and 20c. at 12 1-2 Cents a Yard. Colored Cashmeres, double. fold, worth 25 cents, at 16 1-2 Cents a Yard. Printed half-wool Plaids, worth 15 cents, down to 8 1-2 Cents a Yard. The above can give you but we are making on all medium Wl Clearing Sale. above will be shown on our various counters, and marked (as usual) "advertised goods. ' The rush will tell how many people have read this advertisement. SANGER -BROS. IN BUYING YOUR FURNITURE REMEMBER THAT QUALITY IS IMPORTANT. OUR STOCK js made up of the best iu quality, the LATEST IN DESIGN And we always make the. LOWEST FIGURES.' You will be pleased with the STYLE, QUALITY AND FINISH Of our solid Oak Sideboards priced at from $18 to $30. WACO FURNITURE CO., Sixth and Jackson Streets. Livery and Transfer Stables. PROPRIETOR. Tho old Orand Buiidlnsr, North Plaza, Waco Texas. The finest vehicles and horses iu the city. Call carriages for ladies a spe cialty and when desired, ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met. Prompt attention to all orders and satisiaction guaranteed. Horses boarded on reasonable terms. r t MORROW, JPiMJNTHZiE&ar &Co: WACO. : : FIBE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.::::: 1 ' : : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies PromHc Attention to all Business Placed with us. UFJFJOU UNVXJt HOTEL ROTAJj. anger Bros, WINTER 4fe n earing sale. -:- STAPLE -:- BARGAINS. Dress Ginghams, worth 12 V2 cents, at 6 1-2 Cents a Yard. 22 cent Zephyr Ginghams marked down to 12 1-2 Cents a Yard. Standard Prints, worth 6 1-2 and 7 cents, down to 4 1-2 Cents a Yard. PLAID AND Striped Shirt Cottons At 6 1-2 cents, worth 9 cents. At 7 1-2 cents, worth 10 cents. At 8 1 -2 cents, worth 12 1-2 cents 4-4 Bleached Cottons At 6 1-2 cents, worth 8 cents. At 7 1-2 cents, worth 9 1-2 cents. 4-4 Brown Sheeting And Sea Island Cottons, best quality at 7 cents a yard. a faint idea of the many low prices qualities of Dry Goods. All of the . : : TEXAS, VJ THE MASS 1ETIG Tho Lion of the Texas Democracy Endorsed for the Senate. THE TIGER HUNT INAUGURATED. Ilcrrlnc Vlialrmnii Clurlc, Ien (Union, Tyler, tllackr.y nud Sovuru nro llio Hpcitkum unil tlio Hojb HI alio llio Welkin Itlnc Tlio Itch- olutiou Adopted Uiiutilmoualy. At an early hour this morning the people from tbo country began to pour into tbo oily and by 12 o'clook the s'de walks wero immensely crowd ol. Agreatmanvjoanio from a distanoo and sumo visitors arrived yesterday. Word bad gone forth thnt somo good old Democratic dooirine oould bo hoard at tho court house to-day and the bojBcamo in to hear it. It was undersold by some that Hon. Roger 0. Mills himself would bo hero and wero disappointed when told that tho groat uommoner bad returned to WaHbingtun. "Well," remarked a gentleman who had hoped to sea Mills at tbo meeting "it is better perhaps for him to go baok and look out for our interests at Washington. Ho knows wo will take oaro of his interests horo at home:" This generally is tho view they all take of it and all wero satisfied. Tho meeting was called to order at 2:15 by tho eleotion of Col. M. D. Herring chairman. Co). Herring ex- pressed his sinoere thanks for the honor and began one of bis most elo quent speoohec, paying a handsome tiibute to the Texas statesman, Roger Q. Mills. Messrs. J. B. Searborongh and 8. L. Joocb wore e'eoted secretaries. Messrs Luko Mooro and W L Burke wero elected by motion of Mr T J At kinson, sargeant at arms, Tho meeting having boon deolarcd organized for business Hon George Clark arose and ottered the following: TUK RESOLUTIONS. "The Democrats of McLennan county in mass mooting assembled, renow their pledges of devotion to their brethren of this atato and the Union, and declare their unalter able purpuso novcr to give up tho fight lor tariff reduction to a strictly revenue basis, stripped of all features or protection. . . i-o We doolaro our continued faith in Roger Q Mills, our beloved represen tative tor nearly twenty years, and believe that he embodies personally, thiB great and vital issue, more nearly than any other man in tho United States. His defeat for speaker of the liouso of Representatives, has been generally accepted as a backward step in the creat battle .tho Democ racy aro waging- fo tho relief of tho poople, and fur thiB reason tho future of tho man aro irreparably interwoven with the fortunes of tbo party and the cause. Tho Demooracy ol Texas, the banner Democrat io state, cannot afford an uncertain sound upon the issue thus forced upon them, nor aro we prepared to say that all our outcries against the iniquities of a protective tariff, have been insincere. Without detraction of thoso who op poso him for senator, we dcoluro our belief that tho demands of tho situa tion require of tho Demooraoy of Texas, that they so assert, their pur pose and their faith by emphatic notion, and no potion on their part will so fully re a sure all friends of ariff reform throughout tho Union, tho promotion of RogtrQ Mills. "We, therefore, instruct our senator and representatives, inoluding Hon. F M. Sellers, our floater, to oast their votes for Roger Q Mills for United States senator, and to voto for nd other person, so long aB Milla'name is HfVirn iyn lArv.alatfirn " - Judge Clark spoke briefly at, the conclusion of the reading, upon tho line indicated in the preamble and resolution. He called attention to the faot that Lieutenant Governor George G. Pendleton was present and, calls for Pendleton, brought that gentleman's coat off, and while ho was getting to tho speaker's stand, the reading of the resolution was called for, Our Cost Sale! As we will move to our new quarters at the corner of Fifth and Austin Streets about Feb. 15th, wc do not want to move any of out winter stock. Therefore we place our entire stock of Clothing, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises on the market at Except Dunlap hats, E. & W. collars and Scrivcn's drawers. VVc hope our friends will take this ad. as intended, that we mean JUST WHAT SAY COST. OUR COST MARK is posted where all can see it, and all prices will be made from it. This price will enable you to buy a suit for jJio.Oo, $12.00 and $15.00 never before offered for the price. But wc will not attempt to name articles or prices, but ask you to come and sec. These Prices are for Cash, As it is less trouble to move than books. Wc will continue OUR COST SALE through next week, get the BEST BARGAINS come Remember this actual COST next week at JOES : & : GOODkOE'S The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers. 407 uftuTTSTIIXr A.-VB3SnCTB- Seorotarv Scarborough read the resolution. Governor Pcndloton, then proceed cd to deliver a vigorous Bpeooh in favor of Mills for senator. One vory significant reman was tbut he thought that Col. Mills was the best man on earth to lead us in tho tiger hunt for he was tbo Lion of tho Texas Domooraoy. Governor Pendleton was cheered to tho eoho and at the conclusion Senator Geo V Tyler was called to tho stand, Senator Tyler spoke feelingly on behalf of tho Great Texas Commoner and tho ceiling of tho court houso was shattered by tho ohoors of the au dienee. Tho resolutions offered by Judge Clark wero adopted without a dissent ing vote. The Nkws regrets that a full report of the mooting could not bo printed, but as The News had to go to press whilo tho patriots wore still shouting we will have to give the balance Monday, Roal Estate Transfers. Reported by Waco Abitract and Investment Company, II9 South Fourth street, "Waoo, Texas. J II Jones and wife to Geo. Kra mer, GO aores, B. W. OwenB survey, 8700. W T Henry and wife, to E P Nor wood, intorcst in estate of E P Nor wood $095. G M Johnson to S B Bailoy, 037 7 10 aores Davidson, 1P20 norcs, &2o74 W O Kellum ct al. to J R Solium, 10 aores Brewster survey, $H00. Total January IS, 1892, $1469. Swrlous Accident. Day beforo yesterday a very painful, and it is feared, u serious acoident happened to Mr. Willard Jackson While driving a nail with a heavy hammer tho hammer slipped and the nail flow up, striking him in the oyo. Tho pupil of tho eye was ponetratod and serious fears aro entertained tbat the siiiht of the eye will bo lost. Thoro is no otio but will be pained lo hear of tho aooident to ono who is universally esteemed. t m 1 Obituary. Mr. Andrew Muhl died yesterday morning at 1 o'clock at the ago of 01 ve no rears. 1 uneral took place today a a. in., from residenco corner Seven teenth and Clay. Catholio cemetery. Interment in Tho last ohanco to buy lots clone to tho business portion of the oity cheap is offered in tho ICirkpatrick addition. The ohanoo will never occur again in Waco. Lots in tho cheap as 'lirt. Kirkpatriok addition, and perhaps longer. If you would first. SALE will be from day to day THE JUMBO UF JUMBOS. Another Gushing Qoysor Addod to tho Boll System. At 4 p, m, yesterday Capt Fowler, the famous artesian well borer, struck tho lower water strata in the largo well on tho oortier of Webster and FirBt streets. Tho water ilowod freoly but the drill was kept going down until a depth ol 182b feet va9 reaohod when it was pulled out and the water gushed up and ono of the grandest sights over witnessed in Texas was tho flow of that column of pure crystal water from tho subteranean depth pushing tho fame of Waoo as an arte sian oity still higher than over. Tho water is a littlo hotter than any of tho other wells, having a temperature of 101 degrees, whilo tho otho.s only reg ister 103, Tho volumo is also muoh greater than any ono of tho others. Tlio diamotor of tho woll is ten inches in tho clear and tho flow is cstimatod at 2,500,000 gallons, Tho well will remain opon for publio inspootion all day to-morrow. 11 Consumed by Flro. About 10 o'clock last night tho res idence of Mr Jno Leo Jamison, on North Third Street wbb entirely con sumed by flro, notwithsUuJi.ig the prompt aotion of tho firo companies. The blazo originated from tho explo sion of a lamp in tho kitohen and tho flames wore so rapid it was soon dis covered that all efforts to extinguish them woro in vain. Nearly all tho furnituro, which was insured in tho North British Firo In surance company, Dookery $$ Co., agents, for $700, waB saved Tho building was insured in tho Firo As sooiutiun of Texas for $000, which does not cover the actual loss by about $1000. MBTUICT COURT. Mr. Sol WohIow, attorney for Bloom, Meyer & Rosenthal of New York, filed suit against Lousing, Solo mon iSi Rosenthal on promihory noto for $2091.85, also one ngiiiist J. Louohoim & Co , vs. S. B Mayer for $5000 unliquidated damages. Flint, Downs & Flint ulso filed unit for 0, T. Young ot al. atZHHiat W. IL Thompson ct al. for $320G GO on ven dors lien notes. Look olosoly at tho advnrtisemou of Jones & Goodloo this afternoon There's millions in it. There is a tido in the affairs of man which, taken at its ebb, li a 's on to Jones & Goodloo's, wheie n big stock of fine goods is boing offered ajb aotual cost for spot cash.