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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 8 1892.
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Special : Spring
1 We offer this week a very hand
some line of novelties in Figured
India Silks, Bengalees, and all
the new weaves. Special values
jn Sil Bedford Cords.
All Wool Suitings.
Wc show the finest display of
new Combinations in Spring
Weights, All Wool, Plain, Striped.
Tufted, Dotted and Figured Dn ss
Goods. Prices will be found
specially low this week.
The following bargains
this week all at ten cents a
vard: wide Shirtings worth
12 1-2 ct: iMne binghams,
IHo wort" I2 '2 cts Baistics,
IiIqi worth 15 cts; White Lawns
and Crossbars, worth 12 cents to
15 cents a yard.
The same Zephyrs, Ging-
IQ1 hams, Batistes and Lawns
if? that sell elsewhere at 15
Bjfft.and 17 cents a yard.
The Prettiest Patterns
in Fine Ginghams, Zephyrs
nnrl Raf-icfc wnrfrli in tr
bid. 35 cents a yard
Over 200 Choice Pat-
ll terns of Fast Color Prints,
J 2 Zephyrines, and Cotton
$b&n Henriettas, worth 10 cents
iyBayard. In Blue, Red and
Colors Only this week at 6 1-2
All Window Shades
made and hung free
goods are the lowest in Waco.
Removed to Corner Sixth Street.
, Botan, President
WACO, : : TEXAS
CAPITAL, J60C.OOO. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 385,000.
VniKOTOltS-lS. Hotaa, Wm. Cameron. Tom Padgltt. J. ;K. Roes, . V. Tort, W. M.
Kellett, D.R. Wslltce, W. R. Dannies, Wm. Brenitedt, M. A .n.opsr
tSTAooountB of Banks, Btnkois, Merchants and otbtrs ara eolloltct We posses u nr pats. m
AClllttps rornirln(f nnllextlnns.
Ltdies, we bavo just reoeived fresh
stook of flower Boeds.
W. L. Tockkb,
"Lion Drug Storo.
to Kellum & Lav eon for lots
in Pravideot addition.
J. B. Payno wants to sell a lot of
pianos. Bo will sell at suoh prices
and on suoh terms that you will be
constrained to buy.
to Kellum & Lawson for lots
in Frovideut addition.
Tho various dockets of tho county
court will bo called for trial during
the present term as follows : The
non-jury dookct, during tho first and
second weeks; tho jury dockot, second
and third weeks; orimnal docket,
fourth, fifth and sixth weeks. The
probate docket will bo called during
.the second week.
For tho best and froshost bcef,pork
spsrcrius, h&n and
Crippen corner Fifth
oysters so 10
to Kollum & Lawson for
lots in Harwell Heights.
If you would bo well and elegantly
dressed ordor your suits from Gaber:
Bros. New style goods, Btyllsh trim
wings and porfoot fits at Gabon Bros.,
fashionable tailors, 11G South 4th
Lonsdale Domestic, worth 10 cts.,
at 7 3-4 cents a yard.
Linen Towels, worth 25 cents, at
17 1-2 cents.
Linen Towels, worth 1 5 cents, at
Special Bargains in Napkins, Tow
els and Table Linens.
Fine Linen Laces, worth 25 to 30
cents all at 1 8 cents a yard.
Fine Linen Laces, worth 35 to 40
cents, at 25 cents a yard.
100 Remnants of Torchon. 3 to 5
yards in piece, at about half
Fine Dutchess Lace, worth $10.00
a yard, at $7.00 a yard.
Duchess lace worth $2 a yard, at
$1.50 a yard.
Special offering of Silk,Lincn and
Bargains in Embroidery
Twentv lots of Ladies', Misses'
and Bovs' Hose, worth 12 1-2
to 17 cents a pair, all at 10
cents a pair.
All Single and Split Zephyrs at 5
cents an ounce, and REMEM
BER our ounces arc fully twice
as large as some sold in Waco
as an ounce.
100 Angora Fur-trimmed Fancy
. Mats, worth $i. 00, at only 50
cents. In our Carpet Depart
ment. and Curtains and Curtain Poles
of charge. Our price on these
J. li, Kobb, C'ihli
. L. Emit, Assistant
They Select Officers, Adopt By-Laws
And :Endorse George Clark
Tho German-Atuerioan Citizens club
met last night in Fort Hull with sixty
Tho object of the meeting was
to potfeot otganizUioD, wbioh was
stated eoino days ago and to heir tho
report of the oommitteo on by-laws
The following officers for the ensu
ing term wcro oleoted :
Mr. H. Behrens, president; Henry
Martin and F. W. Sohumaoker, vioe
presiaente; J. 0. H. Schmitz, secreta
ry; Otto Berlioh, treasurer.
The following gentlemen were elect
ed directors :
Messrs. Fritx Luedcr, George
Hoehn, O. Oberlander, Ohas, Konhal
and Dr. Chas. A. Drios.
Tho report of the committee and
by-laws was adopted.
A resolution endorsing Hon.
George Clark for go.ernor was unani
Strictly in It.
Tho proprietor of tho Hoyal Barbor
Shop and their efficient assistants are
Btrictly in it. A bettor shave, hair
out or bath cannot bo found anywhero
in tho oity than there. Givo them
to Kellum & Lawson, for
all kindB of real estate.
I tjnutv Sheriff Tom Mad don
tun ed last night from.Gainsvillo.
N r. Theo Oooloy of Nashvillo,
Tonn., is iu tho city ou u short visit.
Mr. M. W. AddinEton, of Palestine,
was in the city yesterday, and loft for
homo (his morning.
Mr. C. L. Stewart- of Pittshurg,
Pa., arrived in tho city yostorday and
will locate hero ponnttnently.
Miss Georgia Davidson, of Abilonc,
is visiting relatives in tho city, stop
ping at tho rcaidonoo of T. P. Mooro,
on South Third stroet.
Mr. E. E Thompson is back in tho
oity after a short visit to Gainesville
Ho is whooping up tho painting and
wall papor business as usual.
Mr. W. M. Dulin, formerly ol Gal
veston, is now in Waco, and is engag
ed as solioitor on The Nkwb in tho
subscription and job departments.
For Spring Millinery Lat
est Novelty in hair goods
highost prioo paid for cut
400 AUSTIN ST.
Walter V. Fort & Co
Tho firm of Fort, Willig & Patton,
has been duolvud and a new firm,
under tho name of W. V. Fort & Co.,
has been formed of which Mr, Fort is
tho head The business of real estate
anu insurance has had an able expou
cnt and representative in Mr. Fort,
who hs bten engaged therein for
twelve years in Waco, and has a repu
tation that is tni perish ible. Prompt
ness, dispatch and n curacy aro threo
ohtracteristioa that his friends claim,
hnvo alwajs marked Mr. Fort's bu i
What I Know About Hardware and
Tho telephone, locomotive, and ico
maohino are greater wotders tbau any
traditional mirac cs of tho ancients.
Free and brainy America will produce
still greater wonder, somo of them
are now in tho experimental stage. I
will only mention the flying machine.
On tho ocean, tho t ten out is iocom
parablj superior to tho strongest sea
monster. On land, the- locomotive
excels in speed and strength any ani
mal that over lived. In tho air, tho
Eagle pioks up a sheep and flies with
it against the current, a feat that has
novor been equaled by mio, but tho
time will come when passengers and
freight will fly through tho air at tho
rate of 200 miles an hour with as lit le
danger as they do uow on the cars and
steamers. Before this happens, how
over, I want to sell a little moro hard
ware. If you want to build a fence
let mo ask you a few questions. Bo
you want a fence that has to be paint
ed every year and has to be icnewed
every 5 years? Do you want a fonco
that insects can destroy and that is
liable to burn down at anytime? Do
you want a ff dco that is clumsy and
unsightly, thon build a wooden fence,
but if you want n fence free from all
these defects that lasts you 50 years
and costs about tho snmo as a woodon
one, then buy a Hardman's steel
fence, for sale by Ed Strauss'
sC sffe t0 Ke,lum & son 113 S.
JT v 4th St. for farms & ranches.
B. Rico and W. A. Harris.
agents for tho Mutual Life Insurance
Company, of Now York, are perma
nently located in Waco, with ofBoe
room 65 Piovtdont Building, and will
be glad to confer with any ono desir
ing insurance, and will also be plcasod
to make statements showing tho vilue
of any policy hold in tho Mutual Lifo
and explain to the holder tho terms of
his or her contract, Fhe Mutual
Lifo loads tho insuranoo world and
personB dosiring insurance can savo
monoy by seeing us. In all oases we
mako representations just as they
are, showing tho guarantoe and esti
mate valuo of each polioy separately
(a thing seldom done,) so that there
can possibly bo no misunderstanding.
The adverse oritioisms of agents of
othor companies aro asked to bo re
ferred to us. Call on or address
M. B. Rioe, )
W. A. Haurib, f Agents.
to Kellum & Lawson 113 S
4th St. for farms & ranohos'
Buy Egan'a Athraclte coal.
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S .(SOAP. 'A
Make tlii special offering for Monday Mar. 7th and the
entire week. These are bona fide BARGAINS, and every
purchaser should avail themselves of these offers.
10 pieces 40 in. Bedford cords in
all the new shades worth 60c
15 pieces 40 in. Bedford cords all
wool, worth 85c for 73c per yd.
12 pieces 42 in. French Batiste,
just the weight for spring wear,
worth 85 c for 72 i-2c per yard.
20 pieces 30 in. Diagonal suitings
in all the new colorings, worth
45c. will go for 34c.
15 pieces French figured chalhes,
all wool, latest novelties, worth
85c. for 72 i-2c.
50 pieces 27 in. Challies, all wool
filling, new designs worth 22 1-2
for 1 9c.
2 cases of figured Bedford cords,
beautiful designs and coloring s.
worth 15c. for ioc. per yard.
We are offering all silk, China
silks worth 60c for 40c per yd.
15 pieces of changeable glacie
silks, one pattern of a color only,
worth $1.50 per yd. this week
for ii2 l-2c per yd.
10 pieces of figured changeable
silks, worth $1.50 per yd., for
this week only for $1.24 per yd.
Figured, sateens worth 12, 15,18c
per yd, this week only ioc yd.
Zephyr ginghams worth 12, 15 &
1 6c, you get them this week
for ioc per yd.
A nobby line of Zephyr cloth in
silk stripes and checks, also in
Bedford cords at 16, 22, 30, 40
and 60c. Best value and nob
SSI and 523 Austin. t.
ne Door from Our Old
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Stoves and House Furnishing Ois
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420 AND, 422 AUSTIN AVE., - WACO, TEXAS-
biest in the market.
So pieces of Angora suitings, nov
elty goods 4 yds for $1, worth
1 5 c. per yard.
A unique line of challies for 4 3.4
cents per yard.
Just opened a nobby line of brown
cheviot suits, the latest fad. Ac
tual value $18, will go this week
So suits, checked batiste, actual
vulue gi8, this week go for $15.
Just received a large line of the
newest shade in brown. Men's
Derby's, good value for $3, will
sell this week for $2.
100 dozen men's silk Teck scarfs,
retail everywhere for 25 and 35c.
You can have them this week
only for Ioc each,
loo dozen of our famous unlaun-
dried shirts, re-enforced back
and front, for 33 1-3C each, worth
50c. all over the United States.
So dozen men's colored Balbrig-
gan shirts, worth 75 c will go
this week for 50 cents.
We have three styles of Ladies'
Shoes which we will sell next
week for 1.65 a pair in operas,
plain and patent tipped, that
has no equal in the State.
We have 50 pieces of soft finished
J& Bleached Domestic which
we will sell this week for 30
per yard. Will have no more
when this lot is gone, rj