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IfEWS, MARCH 18 i892.
Q WACO Dk. " 1 Ta; V GOLDSTEIN & MJGEL - - ' " S For This KID GLOVES. Four Button Black and Tan Undressed Kids worth $1; Eight Inch Baritz Kids worth $1; They go at 49 cents. Ladies' Black Cashmere Gloves worth 35c go this week at 15c a pair. DRESS PATTERNS. We offer specially this week about 100 dress robes in I Undo cloths, Lawns, Batistes, Bedford Cords, Cashmere and Ginghams worth 5i to $4.45, at only 80c to $3.50 a dress INFANT'S CAPS. 10c Infants White Embroid ered Lawn Caps worth 25 to 35c, at 10 cents. Worth 50c at 25 cents. Worth $ 1 at only 50 cents. EMBROIDERIES. We are showing many new and attractive novelties in Lace and Embroidered Edges, Insertings and Robes. m Removed to Corner Sixth Street. The Texas & Pacific Railway EL PASO ROUTE. 3fa direct line to Sbrevepor' an1' New Orleans, toTexarkana, Memphis, St lmlo, the Norm and East, and to all points la Tex '8, Old and. New Mexico. Ariz m, Colorauo and California. 1 Favorite Line tIo Sacramento to Oregon and Wbs lucton. Only lino ottering Choice, ofltoutcs to Points In tho tioutlieait.vla Tcxarkana, Bnrev. port anil New Orleans. TAKE "THE ST, LOUIS LIMITED" Between Ft. Worth and St. Louis. ' e Fastest Time between Texas ano the Ucrth and East. Doable Daily Line of Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars through to if. Louis via-.the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Through Sleeping Cars Between New Or leans and Denver and St Louis ana El Paso. For rates, Ticket and all Information apply to or addrcEB any of the Ticket agen'B or 0. T. FECHN, QASrONMESUER, Trar. Pass Ag't. GomPans t T. Ag't. JOHN A. C.KANT, 3d Vice-Pro. D ALT. A 8, TEXAN. Extras for Buggies. Carriage and buegy tops, carriage and buggy wheels, bupgy bodicB, oush ions, 'izy books, springs, 5th wheels, shaft shaekles, prop nuts, prop joints, ootB, storm aprons, shaft tops single 1 -ecs, shafts in pairs nr odd, poles, brodst yokoB,polo circles, dailies, dash raiis, seat handles, etc, oart vrhocls and springs, at T. P. Sparks & Son's. Clark olub to-night at court house. Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Full ett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. J. B. Payno wants to sell a lot of pianos. Ho will sell at suoh prices and on suoh terms that you will bo constrained to buy. m For the best and freshest bcof,pork mutton, veal, sparcribs, fish and oystors i-o o Crippen corner Fifth and Frankling Buy Egan's Indian Territory coal. CrO to Kellutn S 1 kinds of roal estate. Compotcnt help can find employ ment at tho Woman's Exon.ANO.12 No. L13 North Fourth Btreet. Week. HOSIERY. Ladies' Full Regular Seamless Black Hose worth 25c at 15 a pair. Ladies' Fine Guage Unbleached hose worth 35 cents at 25 cents a pair. 10 to IS c. Children's Seamless Fast Black Hose worth 24c a pair at only 10 to 13 cents, accord ing to size. 1,000 DRUMMERS' SAMPLE HANDKER CHIEFS. Wc advise our lady friends not to miss this sale. We offer in this lot a line of Handkerchiefs worth from 10 cents to $1.50, but they go at 3 cents to 50 cents. BOYS WAISTS. Special Bargains in boys waists and Ladies and Misses waists and blouses. DEATH OF MRS. SUSAN PLUNKETT. An Estimable Lady Passes Away. Short Biography. At 1:30 this morning at tho resi dence of her son WalterS. Plunkett, Herring Avenue, Mrs. Susan Plunkett after a lingering illuesa passed quietly away. Tho death of Mrtf. Plunkett was not unexpected. The ceaslcss vigels ol loving children had noted successively for days tho dark angel's hovering visits. At last he claimed her spirit, and it was wafted to that eternal homo of the blest. Mrs. Plunkett was tho widow of E. J, Plunkett a Texas veteran and pio neer, who proceeded her to the land of rest thirteen years ago. She camo to Texas when the Lone Star was a republic and her eldest son W. S. Plunkett was born before annexation to toe United States. When but fifteen years old sho became a member of tho Methodist church, living in that faith to tha end. A native of England, Mrs. Plun kott came to tho United States when hut a child, growing to womanhood in Louisiana. Sho was married in I84I. Five sons survive her, throe of whom live in Waoo. Tho funeral took plaoo this attor noon at 4 o'olook, Rev. W. G. Con nor officiating. Interment at Odd Fellows Cemetory. - - Clark club to-night at court house. 1 1 Subscribers who do not receive their paper will confer a favor by re porting so at office, as that is the only way wo can know whether the carriers do their duty or not. Carriers not allowed to sell papers under any circumstances. Clark club to-night at court houso. 1 in ii -. HEAVY MIOILTAG11. HnrdunUi IV011 Defaulter for Twon-ty-FlT Tlioimaiid. Louisville, Ky., Maroh 1?. Christian J. Siovers of the Sievdrs and Carson Hardware Co., hero is $25, 000 thort in his aocouuts. Ho has turned over all his proporty to his as Bociatos. Tho Company with assets of $2o,0U0 has gono into liquidation. Sievers is sixty years old. If you would bo well and elegantly dressed ordor your suits from Gabert Bros. New style goods, stylish trim mings and perfect fits at Gabort Bros., fashionable tailors, 11G South 4th streot rO to Kellum & Lawson 113 S. 4th St. for farm b & ranches. 15c 25c PERSONAL. Mr. J. P. Higgins of St. Louis is in tho city. 'Mr. J. W. Harris of Fort Worth is at tho Royal. Mr. A. B. Armstrong of New Or leans ia in the city. Mr. Robort II. Downman of Fort V orth is in Waoo today. Mr. 0. W. Moulton of the Missouri Kansas & Texas is at tho Royal. Mr. W. T. Christopher editor and proprietor of tho Montozuma, Georgia, Record pud Waco a Visit today. Mr. Otristopher is making a tour of Texas. Uol. 0. 0. Dickenson of Gloarfiold, Pa., was in tho city this morning and left for Houston to joiu his wifo. Ho has owned considerable, valuable proporty hero for a number of years and will locato permanently in Waoo in a short time. For Spring Millinery Lat est Novelty in hair goods highest prico or cut hair. 3mS. "DOSS' 400 AUSTIN ST. What I Know About Hardware and the Futuro of Cotton. The nowspaaer predictions that cot ton may go as low as 3 or 4 cents a pound, need not frighten tho plan ters. Cotton does not grow like weeds. In spito of oonstaut care and attention tho crop often fails from a variety of conditions. Planters near the northern line of tho cotton belt can beat us raising stock and grain, thoy as well as all planters who havo to buv oxpensivo fertilizers, will re duoo tho cotton acreage without being told to do so by tho Allianco and tho press. After all tho gratuitous ad vise, tho Central Texas planter has nothiDg to rely on, as a money crop, but cotton. In live stock ho has as poor a market as in cotton. In grain, he can never compete with tho middle states and tho Northwest. Fruit fails too often. In cotton, Central Texas can beat any country in tho world. If our farmors would raiso thoir meat and bread and never buy in the store what thoy can raise on their farms, keep out of dobt, do their own think ing, and more of their own work, thoy would prosper, no matter what tho prico of cotton is. Tho recent chilly winds will soon give way to hot and fiery blasts of tho tropics. Tho hard ware man has turned tho suffering of a southern summer into pleasure. Tho water cooler has the ever ready cool drink. The refrigerator keeps your victuals sweet and puro. The screen doors and windows keep insoots away from you. Tho lawn mower, lawn rake and hose keep your lawn greon and flowers fresh, and a Hartman's steol fence protects thorn. All these things of the bost quality and at tho lowest prices are lor sale at Ed. Strauss', Coruer Fourth and Mary Streets. Clark olub to-night at court houso. Miller's Bargains for Saturday. 100 bunohes nice banannas at 15 cents a dozen. California sweet oranges at 20 C6nts.adozen. Florida-sweet oranges at 30 ocnts a dozeiu- Irish-potatocB (Burbank) at 20 coats a bucket; " Irish-potatoes (Burkank) a bushel G5 cents. EasternJTJexas ribbon cano syrup at 45 ccnts-a-gallonB 5 gallons with keg at$2JS0, Best-New Orleans sugar houso mo lasses atJiD-cents a gallon. Buqjfstheat flour put up in 2 pound paokagejjatJ.l cents. Snow fljxko- hominy put up in 2 lb paokagcBjuLlO-cents. Scotoh oatsput up in 2 pound packages at-lQ-oents. Hominy .grits -put up in 2 pound paokags at IJLcents. Chili sauoujU-iO cents a bottlo. Tomatoo catsup at 10 2-3 oonts a bottlo. .lellies-atJLcents a pound. Mince ni&lat 5 cents a pound. Rookport-cohbgo at 3 cents a lb. Sparo riha.at-30 oonts a pound. Pigs' toot(apood)at 20 oonts a doz. Fresh fisjint-10 cents a pound. Fresh vefifliflbjes to arrive every morning. JUfilLat CLiJIILLfcJll'S For Bargains, 717 Austin-Street Clark olub to-night at court houso. m RAD ! OONRAD ' A CARD TO THE FUULIC WWlfl It h tnro I hav been chosen the Prudent 6r tke infe; aaa State Lottwy Company, vtce M. A. DAUPHIN, deccMed, 18' retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co: fwwy, so Ell proposals for supplies, macMacry, etc, as well as an otfc bkM cemraunlcattoos should be nddreed to me here as heretofore ( Max tsaa PFWJIIE RRDTUEHQ LLff lilt BKuiHEHo KSfS SSI ajmcl S23 A-tistiA t ne Door from Our Old DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. 10-4 Brown sheeting worth 25c, this week only at 15c Special sale of India Dimity Stripes and figures 20c, will go this week for 15c Tremendous shipment of lace curtains just received. 67 different designs, 75c to 9 per pair. Call early to insure choice selections. A small line of special shades of silk tidies, solid colors and figures going fast at 5o and 75c 5o dozen ladies' vests in cream and white, at 15c. Sold elsewhere for 300 A full line of misses vests in brown and white, at loc 75 dozen ladies' vests in all popular shades, at 20c. Can't be equalled anywhere else for less than 35c. 38 dozen ladies' fine lisle thread hose, in tans, brown and grays, at 20c. A line of ladies' fast black hose, worth 45c, will be sold this week only at 25 cents. I J ernne ros. CURTIS & ORAND- HAVB MOVBD To 0"0.r Stoves and House C3TfJKFf 420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE., . Botik, President Vk. ClxinoH, ilce President!. Tom Paboitt, ) AVACO, : : TEXAS CAPITAL, 600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. J85.000. lrRJ?GrOflS-E. UoUn, Wm. Cameron. Tom Padgltt, J.;K. Rose, W.iV. Fort, W. M. Cellett,:D. B.WalUce, Vf . B. Dunnloa, Wm. Breuitedt, M. A TOooper taTAooonnto of Banks, Bankora, Merohanti and otberi aro aol!oltt We poiiees uurpaiimi Adlltles for making collections. CONRAD! PAUL CONRAD. Stand. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. loo pairs black cheviot pants, worth 0.00, going this week at $3.00 An elegant line herring bone worsted, at $3 5o a pair. A new line of gray stripe cassimcre, worth $6.5o, this week only at $ 4.50 We are showing all the novelties in spring clo'hing. Our $18.50 brown cheviot which we are selling for $12.50 is receiving a tremendous run. 25 dozen men's silk-faced Balbriggan undershirts in mode and tan colors. Can't be bought elsewhere for less than i. We will sell them this week for 50c. 50 dozen French Balbriggan half hose, actual value 35c. They go this week nt 20c. We received yesterday 30 dozen our famous crush hats in blue, bla and tan. To make room for our immense line of straw hats that will be in in a few days, we will sell them at 75c. Sold everywhere else at $r.25. :TeTX7" Store. -rurnishin oods & OK.JLME) WACO, TEXAS- J. K, E06, Cihlor. II ( Assistant ) Osablor. tone Ms.