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VOL. 4. NO. 199.
WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 2. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
tUrtCO
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BIG FIGHT TONIGHT.
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PRINGDRE8S GOODS!!
In Medium Qualifies?
At IdOW Prices
Whip Cord Serges
Bedford Cords
Diagonal Mixtures
Bias Novelty Weaves
Choice Challies
34-lnch Cashmeres 19c a yard
38 Inch Cashmeres 29c a yard
Jflaid Worsteds 12c a yard ,.
All of the above are in the New Spring Shades and
Colorings, and prices 25 per cent, below value.
REMNANTS A
ANGER -BROS.
THE ALMIGHTY D0LLA1
Hlas 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 Texas.
You can not afford to buy a Bedroom Suit until you
have seen our New Goods.
A FEW FRIGES
IN PLAIN
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
ior you.
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until you have seen the latest
you will want it.
WACO
FURNITURE COMPANY,
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
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- 30c a yard
14c a yard
14c a yard
35c a yard
18c a yard
Large Lot of Remnants of Dress
Goods at Half Price.
FIGURES:
Saves you $12.50.
Saves you $15.00.
is the best value we ever offered
FOltQIlIG 1E0
thing out, We have it and
THE MAIIEU-FITZSIMMONS CON.
TI3T IN NEWHCLEANS.
OrtU Monly Hot na l'llz-A Large
Crowd -waiting to Sec llio Fight
Five II 11 nil rod Ticket Holder Ito
fucd to Attend tlio Uurko-Nced-I111111
FfU'lit and IH-mundcd a lie
turn of their Money.
New Orleans, March 2. The
Maher-Fitzsimmons fight, which
takes place to-night before the
Olympic Club, is the all-absorbing
topic among the dense crowd of
sports pssembled in the corridor
of the St. Charles Hotel and club
house this morning. Maher, ac
companied by Billy Madden, ar
rived yesterday and is keeping his
identity a secret. His friends say
he is mingling with the crowd at
the St. Charles Hotel. His antag
onist, Bob Fitzsimmons, arrived
this morning from Bay St. Louis
with his second, backers and
friends. He was met at the depot
by hundreds of his admirers, who
followed him through the streets
of the city. He looks in fine con
dition and says he will enter the
ring weighing 170, while Maher
will "pull the beam to 180. An
even money bet was posted in the
hotel rooms this morning until
Fitzsimmons arrived, when odds
were 9 to 10 in favor of Fitpsim
mons. Maher says he will push
the fight from the word go, and
try to best his man inside of six
rounds. Charley Mitchell is in
the city, and it is rumored that
Governor Stone of Mississippi has
sent detectives here to arrest him
for his connection with the Sulli-van-Kilrain
fight
Five hundred people holding
tickets to the Ryan-Needham fight
last night did not go, and are de
manding the return of their mon
ey from the Metropolitan Club,
which will be returned to them.
FATIIEK AND SON KIIjLCD.
Tho manner of Conducting Elec
tions in Tcimckhco.
Memphis, Tenn., March 2. A
double murder wa.1 committed at
Fayette Corner in Hardemann
county, Tenn., yesterday, a father
and son falling victims to the bul
lets of the assassins. A Demo
cratic primary was in progress
when Tom Rogers, a young man
went up to the poll and offered to
vote. He tendered his ballot to
one of the officers of the election
but instead of depositing the vote
in the box, that person said
Rogers was a Republican and had
no right to vote. With that he
took the ticket up and tore it to
pieces and stamped on them.
Sam Hunter a bystander drew his
pistol and shot young Rogers in
the head killing him instantly and
then shot old man Rogers who
was standing near by. The father
is resting easy at last account. It
is not known whether or not the
murderer has been captured.
DEADLY FIGHT.
Itrotlierii-iB-I.a'iv Fight and One is
Killed.
SCOTTSVILLE, Ky., March 2
Yesterday afternoon Briggs Cald
well shot and killed Fount Justice
and Charles Hancock in the
western part of this county near
Simpson the county line. Cald
well and Justice were brothers-in-law.
There had been an old
grudge between them for some
time.
We take pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that about
Jfelauroli. 1st Next
We will occupy the Store Rooms, corner
Fifth and Austin Avenue, Nos. 500, 502
and 504, with a . '?
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Complete - Assortment
Of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Ladies'
and Housefurnishing Goods, Clothing,
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods, Trunks
Valises, Etc. Respectfully,
Whittinghil!, Jones & Goodloe
The Cotton Market.
New Orleans, Much 2. Cotton
quiot; low middling 5 7-8; futures
quiet. March G. 31; April 6.41; May
Col; Juno 6 Gl; Juh 6 71; Aucui-t
CSV; Si-ptetnbor G91; Ootobor 7.01;
November 711. Sales 11,000.
New York, March 2 Cotton
quiot and unchanged.
Hila.ourl llcni,
Lamar, Mo., March 2. The
jury in the Avery case after five
days trial returned a verdict of
guilty of murder in first degree
as charged in the indictment.
Avery killed James N. Miller near
Liberal, Mo., September 22, 1891.
A Now ElUorutto.
Phoenix, Arizona, March 2.
A fabulously rich strike of gold
has been made in the humbug
district and miners are flocking
there by hundreds. Ore is free
milling and runs from six to eight
hundred dollars per ton.
UltEAK FOR TEXAS.
Several Soldier try to Jump the
Mexican Army.
Laredo, Texas, March 2. As
the bugles were sounding the
reviellc in the Mexican Garrison
in New Laredo yesterday, several
Mexican soldiers made a bold
break to cross the Rio Grande to
this side. The cjuard opening a
merciless fire upon them as soon
as they entered the river and com
pelled their return only after sev
eral had been wounded. The
fusiladc created the impression
for a while that Catarina Garza
had broken loose again.
four akki:sti:i.
Charged with tho Crime of one
Man.
SedALIA, Mo., March 2. At
present there arc four men under
arrest in different parts of the
county under the suspicion
of being the man who committed
the outrage upon Mrs. Charles L.
Taylor, of this city a week ago
and telegrams are coming in
hourly from1 other places asking
for information. The men are
held at Mason City, Mo., St.
Louis, Lexington, Mo and Cen-
treville, Iowa. The capture of
the fiend is confidently hoped for
by every citizen.
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lie "Will (Jot Thirty Vote Moro
Thau Hill. ,
New York, March 2. The
Heralds Washington correspon
dent has been preparing a table
showing the presidential prefer
ences of state delegations to the
Democratic national convention.
The figures are based upon inter
views with the congressional rep
resentatives of the states in Wash
ington. The computation is
made on the basis of 900 delegates
in the nat'onal convention of
which the Heralds man classifica
tion "upon competent and quoted
authority" is as follows: Hill
2 3$, Cleveland 265, for some
western man 350. Cleveland
seems to be the choice of fifteen
states, they arc California, Con
necticut, Deleware, Maine, Massa
chusetts, Minnesota, New Hamp
shire, Ohio, Rhode Island, South
Dakota, Vermont, Virginia, Wash
ington, West Virginia, and Wis
consin. Hill is said to be the
choice of ten states. They arc
Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Mary
land, Mississippi, New Jersey, New
York, Pennsylvania, South Caro
lina and Texas. Geographically
the Hill states are southern states
5, middle states 3, western states
2, politically 7 are Democratic
and 3 Republican.
Major John F. Herbert was in
Ennis, Ellis county yesterday on
business but like a true Mills man
turned in worked hard all day
with the boys for the Mills candi
date for representative, carrying
Ennis by 45 majority and the
county by over 500 for Mr. Dealt
the Mills candidate.
A Sound Llyer Makes a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Constipatodand
troublod with Jmu ti i SlcliHead
aoho, Bud Taste In Mouth, Filn
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia
ludlgostlon, Hot Dry Bkln, 1'uln In
Baok and between tho 8houldor,
Chills and Fever, &o. If you havo
auy of tlioao symptoms, your JLlver In
out of ordor your blood la slowly
beinjj poisoned, because your I.ivor
does not act properly. JIeiuiinb will
euro auy disorder ofthe Llver,Stoni
aoh orliowejs. It has no equal as &
Liver Medlcluo. Prioe 75 cents. Free
sample bottlo at 1. C. Itisher'o Drug
Store,
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