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t t)iMtM Jfem UHTAllT,lHllItl JVX.T 10, 3888. Jlntered at the Voitofllceatiraco, Tncui, aa Second Clan Matter. VOL. 4. NO. 214. WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 19. 1892. 50 Cents Per Month l)C it SANG ER Special Spring Sale IN mnj Few Departments of its kind as Complete as ours, supplying the great wants of our whole sale and retail stocks in these goods makes it able for us to show large assortments and quote low prices. Spring Season now begun with the following bargains: 4 1-2 Cents a Yard. New Styles Dress and regular prices are 6 1-4 cents, at 4 1-2 cents. & 3-4 Cents a Yard. Best Standard Fancy Dress Prints and Indigo Blues that at regular prices are 7 to 8 1-3 cents, , all at 5 3-4 cents. 3-4 Ceet Fifteen cases of q cent, Cottons at 6 3-4 cents, 8 Cent a Yard. Fifteen cases of best 10 cent, 36 inch wide Bleached Cottons at 8 cents a yard. 13 1-2 cents a Yard. Five cases of 20 cent Feather Ticking at 13 1-2 cents a yard. Many other Bargains in the various lines that go to make up our Staple Mail orders promptly hlled. ANGER -BROS THE ALMGHTY DOLLAR! flas 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 FIGURES: Our $27.50 Cheval Suit Our $37.50 Cheval Suit Our $47.50 Cheval Suit id 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 our $30.00 Sideboards are not fine enough for you. j DO NUT BUY II FOfaDING BED until you have seen the lates hngout, We have itand you will want it. WACO FURNITURE COMPANY, Sixth and Jackson Streets. BROS. EPARTMENT Shirting Prints, that at a Yard e x6 inch wide Bleached Department. Saves you $12.50. Saves you &15.00. is the best value we ever offered HE LAST &ASP- Chilton Men Still Working Silver Racket. tho THE SENVTE TO THE RESCUE. Fnvor Freo .Silver but Want tho Tariff ITIailo 1'ariiiimuiit Tho Court of Appeal liocatlon Sim Antonio Likely to Got '.One. AusTiNjMarch 19. Martin,of Hood, introduced a resolution in tbo house to instruct the Toxas congressmen to advooito free silver. A lively dis cussion was provoked as tho Mills men discovered a thrust at Mill, As a matter of tactics tLo Mills men voted for the resolution and it was carried by a vote of 68 to 8. The sonato took up the res olution and ingrafted an amend ment upon it making the tariff para mount to freo silver. The questions arising out of tho roBolation aro oreating considerable stir, Tbo location of tho courts is bringing large numbers of interested advocates to Austin. San Antonio is likely to get one of tbo courts. Ucr claim by reason of 'ooation, a $25,000 library and the most expensive court house in tho state. Chilton is in tho raco but likely to withdraw. Both sides nave adjourned until Monday THE OSSU'lED MAN. Bedridden Six toon Yoatiaud l'ruy For Doittli. Pout Jefferson, L. I., March 19. Edward Emmons, the ossiGcd man, died today from grippo. He waB born'in Port Jefferson 38 years ago. One winter he was aftlioted with rheumatism in both legs and arms, Hn waj then 22 years old and'-suf-fcrcd intensly and nover left tho house again, but lay thoro for siztoon years. His bones gradually ossified and his body becamo Tig'd except one arm which ho retained tho use of. He could talk and read but was a little deaf. He often wished for death and rolease from his sufferings. EmmonB leaves a mother, four sisters and one brother. All the family with tho ex ception of tho mother aro subjeot to rheumatism. IT AI.I Dlil'KNDS on tlio Action of tliellotiiicoii Silver, Wlictticr Hill Is u Cnudl. ditto or not. Washinoton, Maroh I9. HHIb continued Bilenoe on the silver ques tion is gradually boing aoccptcd as an indioation that ho is opposed to frco coinago ot silvor. People who favor od Hill at firBt thought meant that he would aocept Domocratio platform whatever it may be but it is now as sorted that ho has finally dotermiuod he must oppose freo coinago. Promi nent silver advooato in houso who has been a Hill man says he has boon called on by a representative of Hill and informed by authority that if tho house passod tho silver bill Hill oan not bo candidate. DEADLY DY1VAM1TK. A Man Illoivii to I'locon by a Car tridge. HuNTWdToN, Pa., March 19. At Williamsburg in tho Stone houso, Harris Calb of Petersburg while warming himself at a firo noar which several dynamito cartridges had been placed, unconsciously stoppod on one the cartridges and was instantly kill ed by tho accompanying oxplosion. His limbs were blown from his body whioh was othorwiso horribly mutil ated. ESCAPED THE OAI.LOWS. A Conylctod Murderer Dltrn Out of u Yuba County Jail. Yuba GiTr, Cal., Maroh 19. Ed ward Raymond, recently conviotcd of tho murder of Thomas Braco, in Marysvillo, and sontonced to "life im prisonment, and who was awaiting a now trial, dug out of the Yuba County jail and came hero to his homo, secured his olothing and a loaf of bread and disappeared, m SPING-HAS -COME And with it house cleaning. The house keeper wants to brighten up her home a bit with the addi tion of a few new curtains and draperies. Where to Find a Nice Assortment Of such things and at prices that she can afford is the question before her. Our line of Draperies, Curtains and House Furnishing Goods was bought with special care and we are offering some extra inducements in order to bring this Hue into favor at once. READ CAREFULLY OUR LIST OF SPECIAL VALUES. Special No. 1. SWISS CURTAINS Embroidered in New and Pretty design, $2.79 a pair. Embroidered and Hemstitched ,$4.98 a pair. These prices include poles and trimmings for this week only. Special No. 2. IRISH POINT CURTAINS Very elaborate and stylish design, $4.76 a pair. The new Lover's Knot design, $5.99 a pair. These prices include poles and trimmings for this week only. TIcLies. Throws, Some Exquisite Conceits in all Silk, Silk and Bolting Cloth and all Bolting Throws and Tidies. 1 III! Jib JLli Austin and Country and City Merchants, 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 sec for yourself. BROWN & CO., Auctioneers. 3 Dozen. HANDKERCHIEFS. $3 Dozen. Smppi I For the next Five Days our entire stock JJ v I U of Linen Handkerchiefs, at the low price of $3 a dozen. All onr own importation. 500 dozen, 1,000 assortments. Embroidered, Fancy Borders, Etc. BROOKS & COWAN lllf? Offer Declined. San Jose, Oal., Maroh 19. Senator Stanford has refused an offer of $110,. 000 for tho stallion, Advertiser. All tho now styles suitings in oolor and fabrio at Gibort Bros., fashiona ble tailors, 110 South -1th street. Fine Work. Novor in tho history of Waoo was there such a stock of bnggiott display ed as oan bo found at Tom Padgitt's Tbo finest work, the latcBt styles and tho lowest prices. No trouble to show them. Call and see for yourself. One hundred vehicles in display room, Special No. 3. KNOT FRINGE TOWELS 18x40 Damask, plain and fancy, 52.22 a dozen. Also the most complete line of Hack, Half Bleached and White Damask. Plain and knotted fringes $2.73 a dozen. Special No. 4. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. An elegant assortment of patterns in Bleach Table Damask 60, 62 and 66 inches wide.all go at 5 1 cents a yard. Full 16x16 Fringed Doylic 94 cents a dozen. TicLies. Throws. Fifth Streets. Mr. Frod Tonnant is sponding some months with his aistor and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ham, at San Bernadina, California. Mr. Ham, who loft Waco and tho i'cwelry business somoyoars ago for his lealth, is entirely recovered and is extensively engaged in orango grovos in California. Quitman FJnloy, Esq., a promising young lawyer, formorly of Galveston has located permanently in this oity for tho purpose of praotioing his pro fession and has his temporary offioe with Hesters Baker & Prondorgast. & HI. 7 M & P 1.1 I i I'i l f m M 1 1 1 H If J!