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111 n co twitta News, xsTAnciHiinn jviy hi, jshs. JSntcrrd nt the Vostonieent ir.ico, Texnt, , Scco,l CKim .1Itler. VOL. 4. NO. 20. WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 7. 1892. 50 Cents Per Month l)C SANGER G-erxtlezxLenL . 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 custom made. 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 suits at QJfe 3R lO, 12.50, 15 They will be found the best values in perfect fitting clothing ever offered to the consumer. QANQER-BROS. THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR! f-las 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 Central Texas. You can not afford to buy a Bedroom Suit until you have seen our New Goods. I FEW FRIGES IN PLAIN FIGURES: 'Our $27.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $12.50. Our $37.0 Cheval Suit Saves you $15.00. Our $47.50 Cheval Suit is and saves you $20.00. Our new line of Wicker 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 for you. ESQ Mi BUY A until you have seen the latest thing out, We have it and you will want it. WACO FURNITURE COMPANY, Sixth and Jackson Streets. placed before the people of the best value we ever offered Rockers and Fancy Chairs is FOliOING BED THE SOUTH. VII ,, l'UMUiVti VIC oitou.Mi- ronwAitii. New Corporation .Holng i:(nl llfthctl Ilnlly Toxun .Coiiicn In for Her Sliuro of llio Capital Tho TrudcMiiaii'N Weekly Itoview or tlio Mouth, Chattanooga, Maroh 7. The Tradesman in its review of new in dustries established in the Southern states for tho week ending Maroh 5, reports fifty now industries establish cd or'incorpr rated and among them aro a 100,UOO breweiy at Houston, Texas; brick works at Atlanta; cotton mills at Haw lliver N. 0., and Galves ton, Texas; cotton gins and grist mills at Childtjrebu'g auU Palestine, Texas; the ineorp irtion of gold mining companies lb n ported nt Buford, Ga New Urllans and San Antonio, Texas; eoit"n boed oil mills will bo establibh i'd at Weathorlurd, Texas, capital $50,UOU, and and at Decatur, Texas, cap.t. $40,600 A piper mill will bo built at Atlanta, Ga , queonswaro works capitalized at 40,U0 ) at Fort dinith, Ark , and $25,0UU shoo faotory at Talap iosa, Ga. The Tradesman rtpins uhioi g new building, collego halls at L 'uisville, Ky., oost $70,000, at Lebanon to oost $50,000 and at Lexington, Va., $12,000, and a tioot building ai.d court Louho and jaj New Orleans to oost $100,000. uicvvi: jizumu couuett. WuittN to Tucltio tin! Great ami only Siillivau. New York, March 7. "I will fight Suilivan" said-Jim Gorbett Saturday nigat in the dressing room of the Lyceum Theatre, Philadelphia, when snown tho general chillcngo issued by Sullivan. "I will put up $2,500 for feit the first thsug on Monday morn ing. I think i: rather moan and hard of Sullivan though." Ho continued "to class me with tho bluffing syndi oateofSlavin and Mitohell " Now, understand mo, I don't Bay I can whip Sullivan not by any moatiH but I am willing to try. I'm a fighter and don't protend to be any thing else. I have no engagements to confine me, 1 can go into training at onoo and fight Sullivan in July or August or in faot whenever he says. I can moot him at I9O pounds and think I can (rain and get into condition muoh quicker ihun ho oan Furthormoro I will pat up the rest of the money as required and do my best to fill the bill, I'm dead in earnest in this and I hopo no one will think me presump tious in aspiring to taoklo tho big fellow." FAITHLESS K.VTC SOANAN. IMcu ;From tlio Effect of a. Hub. band' Junloimly. . Nkw York, Maroh 7 Mrs. Kate Soanlau died in n Now York I ospiUl this morning, the victim of her jeal ous husband's rogn and his outraged feelings. Riohard Soanlau went home last night and alleged to have found his wife in a compromising position with his own brother, Miohaol Soan lau. A vigorous quarrol onBuod nnd harsh words followed' until rondcrod almost insane tho husband dashed a lighted lamp from tho tablo and hurl ed it at his wifo. Tho lamp struck her under tho loft eye and knocked tho woman to tbo floor. In a moment she was a blazing bundlo nnd regain ing horfect ran shrieking to the street, where tho polioo caught and oarried her to a neighboring bouso. Sho was horribly burnod on evory part of her body and six hours later died in terri ble agony. Tho husband was found somo hours after hiding, IIo ac knowledge ho threw tho lamp whioh caused his wife's awful death. Uoutli or nir.ClnrlcnoM. Chicago, Maroh 7. John T. Clark son, a brother of the late Bishop Clarkson, and who had largo interests in Omaha, died at midnight at the Virginia hotel, where he had been stopping. Ho had been ill with pneu monia several days. 1 till, AjtfNOU:N"CE THEIR FOR MONDAY TOESDAY March Tth ami 8th! Souvenirs Will Be Presented to La dies and Children. dcoiio vsr, ipjuxjsos: e or ss Co WACO. : : : : TEXAS. FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. ' Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.:::: 1 1 : : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us. OFFIOB TINDER nOTBZ, ROT AT,' r.OOU I'Oll KANSAS, Tho Fluent Crop pronpeotii i:vor Known There. Emporia, Kas., March 7. Tho Crop prospects for this sootion aro probably the finest ever known. On Friday morning a rain set in, whioh continued up to laBt night when it turned into a snow whiob still contin ues, making a magnifioicnt blankot for grain alroady in tho Boil. Trains howovar aro delayed in all directions. Cotton ITIarltct. Now Orleans, March 7. Cotton easy. Low middling unchanged; fu tures steady. Maroh G 32: April G 35; May G45; Juno G 55; July 0 G5; AuguBt G 75; Soptembor G.85; Octo ber G.94; November 7.04. Others unchanged. New York, Maroh 7 Cotton quiot. Ordinary, 4 5-8; good, 5 7-8 strictly good, G 3-10; low middling, 6 9 10; uplands, 7; gulf, 7 3-18. STUICKGN WITH AI'OI't.EXY. Ilopreaiciitiitlva Kendall, of Ken tucky will Probably Die. Washington, March 7. Represen tative J. W. Kendall, of Kentucky, was suddenly stricken with appoploxy this morning and now lies in a vory oriti cal condition nt bis roBidenco near tho capital. Soon aftor being striokon ho rclapsod into unconsciousness and has boen in that condition every sinco. His son expresses gravn doubt of his rcoovery. He is fifty-eight years old. six kil.m:i. riylnir Ilrlcli In a Iturricuuo Does Deuillly Work. Llsiio.v, Maroh 7 Tho hurricano which passed over tho PortugcBo coast yestorday did muoh damage to property and harbor works and a num. bor of houses wore unroofed and ohimneys torn down and prostrated. Six persons who wcro passing along the stroot wero struok by thu flying debris and killed. A number of others woro sovcrely injured by falling briok, oto. Tho ltiver Tadus which 111 some placos had alroady overflowed its bank-), continuod to rise rapidly and it threatens considerable damage Win on it I'onl. Sioux City-, Iowa, Maroh 7. Five hundred people witnessed a pugilistic encounter at Covington, botween Patsy Magner, of Yankton and Billy O'Donnell, a St. Paul lightweight. Magner won tho fight in eighteen rounds on a foul. &Gl m Hub, IIII.IiVITlAlr.N TAMILS. Sv Mnlur win Whipped Trio it to Suicide. New York, Maroh 7. Billy Mad don the baokor and managor of tho defeated pugilist, Peter Mahcr, arriv ed in town from New Orleans yester day afternoon Maddon is not inclin ed to talk muoh. "Mahcr was whip pod" said he "as every one knows and it's not tnj plaoe or intention to baokcap him now, I still think ho can whip Fitissimmons whip him in four rounds too." "How do, you account for his de feat." "Well, to two or throe things. In the first plaoo ho was hard to handle, and would not obey instructions nnd then when ho saw ho could not hit FitzsimmonB, ho becamo discouraged and rattled. lie was nervous to begin with, and had a regular attack of stage freight whon ho got in the ring and saw the immense gathering of people. Tho report of his attemptod suioido by jumping from his room is true." How tho Vote Stands. The vote for tho honor of ohriston ing the war elfip stands as follows to day: UALVE8TON. Morton Campbell 1730 Colosto Willis 1202 Botti'e Brown 7G0 Frances Wcis ln( Saliio McLomore KM Adeline Wickn 251 Helen Niohols 1017 Loula Jockusoh 1200 Rosa Tiornan 4022 Selena G. Sargent 800 INDEPENDENCE. Maggio Williams 4850 HOUSTON. MidaTidoman 155,0 I'OItT WOIITII. Pauline Wynne., 1510 AUBTIN. Saliio Scaright 3S4 SAN ANTONIO. Leo Upson 3225 Lela Williams 3I4K WACO. ' Ncttioltotan 37OO A fire occurred this morning at 3 o'clook on North Tenth streot result ing in tho total destruction of two small unoooupiod houses, Tho firo companies were promptly on hand but tho best that could bo dono was to save adjoining property. ,. I