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5fctt)0 EBTAllTiJHJlKlt JVIjY 10, 1888. Entered at the 1'oitofflcentUnco, Term, a Secnnil Via Matter. e- VOL. 4. NO. 211. WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 16. 1892. 50 Cents Per Month ANGER B SHOE DEPARTMENT - SHOES FOR EVERYBODY. ' The most complete line for Men, Women and Children, our medium quality shoes are the very best value that can be offered, all good wearers. zote the following Special Lines we Offer this week: DISAPPOINTED Southern and Western Democrats Disgusted at Hill's Silence ON THE SILVER QUESTION. Spring Clothes for Men as much They Want an JJxprofcfcioti on the (luchtioiiM to bo C'ointlttercil In ho IcclliiR' u Candidate for tliol'arty. Everybody Known lie In a Ilcmo crat and W AgniiiHt the Itcptib-HcniiB. 1.5 Ladies Kid Button Shoes, Plain and Patent Tipped and Common Sense Lasts, worth $2 at $1.50 a pair. 1..SO 2.00 l.OO Ladies Fine Kid Shoes, Wedge tflhrffe and Full heels, all Styles.worth v W $2.75 at $2 a pair. Ladies $1.50 Fine Goat Housc "1 rffetfte Slippers at $1. JLW Specials in Ladies Oxford Shoes, Patent Tips, Kid Oxfords, worth $1.50 at $1. Patent Tipped Turned Oxfords worth $1.75 at $1.25. Cloth Tops Oxfords, best Value ever offered $1.50. See our Children's School Shoes, the best made. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. Monthly price list free on Application. ANGER -BROS Washington, Maroh 1C The Southern and Western Democrats mako very little concealment of their disappointment at Hill's speeches. HiB absolute avoid auce oi tbo silver question, which thoy oonsider tho main question of importance now, an noys them. Thov say nobody has doubt of Hill's Demooraoy or his views of Eopublioanism and thoy pre fer to hear something from him on points to bo considered in selecting a candidate for tho party. Thoy want to know beforo putting a man into the white house whether or not ho is going to veto tho silver bill when ho gets there, and in his tour south whioh is avowedly political thoy think ho should seize the occasion to let Southern people know his standing on this question. Indications are un less ho In Ilia sproohes says somothing more than he has thus far his tour will have little offect 011 bis standing. Your fancy is captured, the shine in your eyes says and more, when you behold the things vc are showing in Mens Ready to w ear Clothing You will admit that 1'rabics, Prices, Styles and Fits enable every man to dress well at moderate cost. Our Line of Trousers at $5.00 and upwards are better made, more correct in style and fit be tcr than most of the made to order goods and then at HALF the PRICE. Our $12.50, $15.00 and $18.00 Suits! Are neat and stylish. Made up by the best houses in the country and all of first class material. Just the thing for business. Fancy Vests! Fancy Vests!! All the latest things, endless variety. New colorings, new de signs and new cuts. We invite your inspection and guarantee bur prices to be as low as the lowest. Whittinghill, Jones & Goodloe. -Au-etiaa. sielcL ITiftia. Streets. Flton AUSTIN. VVyvy. THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR! Action of tho Senate and IIoiiho this tTnruiiig ! Special t Hie Hurl. Austin, Tex., Maroh 1G. Lieuten ant Governor Pendleton returned yes terday from Beil county and presided in tho senate today. k A bill authorizing tho paymont of individual bonded indebtedness of $248,700, passed tho senate with tho omarironov clauBe. Senator Page introduced a resolu tion requesting tho governor to furn ish tho sonato with tho facts and figures regarding the complaints from interior merohants about tho loss in cotton weights. Hogg's frionds fought it but it carried. Ivimbrough and Glassoock led tho opposition. Thohouso met only to adjourn until tomorrow morning at 9 o'olock. flas Beep Used To a wonderful advantage in the purchase of this season's Stock, and has accomplished for'us truly surprising results. Our Npw finnds 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. . fl FEW FRIGES . IN PLAIN FIGURES: O'imiKNVS SHOUT AUG. Our S27.ro Cheval Suit Saves you $12.50. Our $37.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $15.00. Our $47.50 Cheval Suit is the best value we ever offered 'id saves' you $20.00. Tbe Cuthollc KnlfflitH Will Lose Nothing by Him. New Haven, Conn.. March 16. B. E. Lynch, of this oity, who waB a member of the committee of Catholio Knights of America to investigate tho accoucts ot M J. O'Brien of OhattB- nooga, Tenn., formorly Bupremo treas urer who deoampod in Septembor, taking over $75,000 says tho order will not lose by O'Brinn's rascality. Tho oommitteo finds O'Brien's bonds mon responsible for tho defalcation, except about $10,000 and this amount will bo realized from O'Brien's prop erty. Tho Fidelity and Casualty Com pany of New York is respoosiblo for $30,000. Tho defaulter is now undor in- diotment by tho grand jury of Ohatta nooga, but has not been approhonded. FITZSIMHIONS AGAIN Country and City SV1 enchants. Fire and Underwriters Sale, at Auction, No. 318 Austin avenue, Opp. Sanger Bros. To the highest bidder, in lots to suit the purchasers, will be sold a full line of General Merchandise, consisting of Clothing, Hats, Gloves, Shoes, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Musical Instruments, Gold and Silver Watches, Guns, Revolvers, Etc. This stock has Been but recently purchased; a small portion of it is slightly damaged by water and smoke; the greater part of it not damaged at all. Three sales daily from 10 to 12 m., from 2 to 4 p. m and 7 to 10 p. m. Come and examine goods and see for yourself. BROWN & CO., Auctioneers. DEFERRED OUR SECOND GKAID OPENM Will be Deferred Until- TUESDAY, MAROH 22ND, ON ACCOUNT OF BAD WEATHER. Don't Forget the Date. Let Everybody Come. J, Dansel Wood, Shoe and Clothing Company, 121 and 123 South Fourth Street. 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 for you. . ; ESQ NOT 1UY II FQbBIHG BEQ until you have seen the lates you will want it. hngout," We have itand WACO FURNITURE COMPANY, Sixth and Jackson Streets. Wants to Fight England' Cham pion for Monoy. New Yokk, March 16. Kobert Fitzsimmons yesterday authorized Riohard K. Fox to arrange an inter national fistio encounter betweon Ted Pritchard, ohampion of England, and himself for $5,000 and a purso of $12,000, which President Noel, of Olympio Club, Now uneans, agrees 10 put up for Pntchardand Fitzsimmons to fight for. Cotton market. New Yokk, March 16 Cotton steady. Oordinary 4 3.8; good 6 3-8; striot good 5 15 10; low middling 0 5 16; uplands 6 34; gulf 7 18. New Orleans, Maroh 10. Cotton easy. Low middling 6 3 4. Futures pteady. March 5,95; April 5,90; May 6,03; Juno 6,10; July 6,18, August 6,27; September 6,30, Jijui'H (ic In OfT V.nny, Bloominqton, 111., March 16. Last November .Tamui Jones, a married man of this city nnd a Chicago anil Alton mechanic, narrowly escaped sovero treatment if not dentil at tho hands of n mob of Alton locomotive engineers and firemen. It was alleged that ho madt) an assault with intent to outrage Flor ence Huskoy, tho 8-year-old daughtei of Win. Huskej of this city. Mr. IIus key is grand guard of tho national or ganization of tho Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineer)! and also chairman ot tho grievance committi'e of tho ungi neers of the Chicngo and Alton. Jones was 6ecroted until tho storm blew over, lie was indicted and has had his trial. Tho jury found him guilty of assault, but tho graver charge wan ignored, so that Jones will escnio with a fine. Meillcul Operation for Ilur;I;ir. . New Yoiik, March 10. Dr. William A. Hammond of Washington read a pa jwr beforo the society of medical juris prudence entitled, "A new substitute for capital punishment and means for propagation of criminals. " Ho declnied it his belief that murderers should nn diro a surgical ojwratiou which would fcrrer them to a greater extent than other methods from committing minder and owing to such operation there could be no propagation of murderers so far as tho murdrer who had undergone tho opeiation was concerned, The iiupei waii followed by an able discussion pro. and con. Miliar win tiu Up. PnihADELi'iUA, Maroh 16. Firo destroyed the drying houso tho Spinkles sugar rehnory, at 4 o'clock this morning. Tbe loss is estimated at $150,000. SlilOKLOTTIiUV THICK. An Auonl NwlmllcH u I. ncky Ticket Holder. ' Moiuiankield, Ky , Maroh 16. Captain J. 0. Martin, druggist and groceryman, has assigned Liabilities $7,000; estimate assets, $30,000.. Judgment was given yesterday against Martin in favor of 11 h. llichardBon, for $30,000 on a lottery ticket. Mar tin was a Louisiana Lottery oompiny's agent and cold lUolurdson two tickets. Martin after tho lucky number had been sent him, went to RiohardBou who held tho winning tiokot told him tho drawing had not taken plaoo and a mistako had been mado in tho tickots and got him to exchange. Martin thus received tho winning tiokct and drew tho monoy himself. w Sleoper, Clifton & Co. havo added a repairing department in connection with their shoe store. All ropairiug of boots and shoes neatly dono. Charges reasouablo. Leave your shoes to bo halfsolcd at 81copor, Clif ton & Co's,, ooruer of Fourth and Austin streets, U w m i L A rl 'A 1 i 1 I 1 4f