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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 21 i892.
8 GOLDSTEIN A M1GEL - s 2 SHOES? Wc can save you money on them if you do. We can give you choice of the best stock and greatest variety of styles. We give you elegance, fit, wear and comfort We will do this for less money than regular by a big per cent. We have a stock of shoes second to none in Waco. We handle it at less expense to us. We sell it at less cost to the shoe wearer. ; Ladies' Shoes. No use to name prices here. Come and see them. If you want a cheap shoe we have it at $1.00 a pair to $1.50. If you want a nicer shoe, good and dressy, we have it at $1.75, worth 52.25. At $2.50 such as sells at $53.00. In French kids, hand made and finished we have an elegant line at $3.00 to $5.00, equal to best $4.00 to $6.00 prices elsewhere. Remember our basis of business is to save you money and to suit anu piuase you. j Oxfords. We have a large and novel line of latest styles in low quarters. Here as elsewhere we sell fancy goods at staple prices. We SAVE YOU 50 cents to $1.00 a pair. Children's Shoes Here is the place it pays to save money on good wear. The best shoe wears best. We sell it to you at less than regular prices. Plain and fancy tops, cloth tops, no tops at all, in fact every style and quality. Prices from 1 5 cents a pair to $2.50 a pair. MSTEIMM ML GEO. WILIJG, REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT. Menay lo Loin on Farmt, Ranches, and all Kindt of City Property, at Low Rates of Interest and In Amouatt to Suit. OFFICE: RoomNo. 10, Provident Building, First Floor. -THE- Cotton Belt Route i (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) TO St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis, ANDAtli POIKTB BEYOND. free Reclining Chair Cars ana Pnllmaa Boffet Sleeper Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS JLXD ALL POINTS BBTOHB. The Only Line fai gr U eeeuoetts KM&a MMBMPHIB 1ta 1 oeflaajraBddlmriiaaTiTeBimrbaM Craa roi mmm tfca U7. STlie Only line wtuttoc,,. lrKeMnlMfatonB70XTW0BTH uut ' MXMPHIB. The Only Line wttitteoM- rlc between HXKTOSS a4 potato U CW THALTHXAS. $The, Shortest Route TO ALL POINTS IN THE oin.tla.ea.st HiMliniTttoofJiHcUonlYS Ttii Cotton Bolt Route; ' Batee, suye Oam table and all infonattB Wll ebuaaHaHj ftoUlud o arnDeatloa tf JH7 agent of tannest) any, or T JlfUS 4jrtGHirjiv Atu tuua r!E-9W rw,fc & Mens' Shoes. We carry the best line of men's shoes to be had for all purposes. Here Is Tlie Best Shoo In America! NI We warrant it wear, to fit and to give perfect comfort. We give another pair for any pair that does not We also have many other brands of well made shoes, at prices from 50 cents to $1.00 a pair less than usual. The Follwoing Are special prices and very low: 01 OR Men's shoes worth? 1.75 (Dl jU a Pair- Men's shoe formerly sold at $2.50 to $3.00. A good assortment really worth 4.50 to $5.00 a pair. The best $5.00 shoe in Waco. At this price we are closing out J.S.Turner's celebrated 7.50 shoes: also several other makes of men's fine shoes in all styles worth $6.00 to $7.00 a pair. A handcome line of" slippers, Ox fords and fancy shoes. Who Will Win? The voting contest at Galveston is erowin&r in interest. Wann'n nnnrH- date is keeping paco with the others ana win oomo to mo iront on the home stretch. The voto today at noon is as fol- ows : GALVESTON. Morton Oampboll 5330 Celcsto Willis 2511 Bettie Brown 2720 Francos Wois 198 Cillio MoLoinore 151 Adeline Wicks 2C0 Helen Nichols 1180 Loula Jookusch 1505 Rosa Tiornan 58S8 Selena G. Sargent 2431 INDEPENDENCE. Maggie Williams 0907 HOUSTON. Mida Tidoman 100G Mabol Franlrlin 435 Ivor Tate 593 Edio Davis 125 FORT WORTn. Pauline Wynno 2130 AUSTIN. Katio Brown 1030 BAN ANTONIO. Leo 'Upson...... 3324 Lola Williams 61G2 WACO. Nottio Itotan 4004 Removal. Dr. R. W. Park has roinoyod his ofiico to the Provident building: room No. 26. ' Call at J. A. Early's and look at his caBh advertisement. $2.00 S3.50 $3.90 $5:00 golds mum WANTr.Ii Book keeper who In good litis lncea roan can cot IJ 0 n year by Invest ing a fow hnmlreddol'ara, llelercners requited ns to character and Integrity FOHKAIiE-HotKA nnd lot In EOieflcld New lioase pnnered Ensy payments. Apply to Frauk ltollly, Hotel rtoyal. S-J1.3t LOST On Notitli Fourth street between Clay and lUntlst church a gold brnrolet. Kinder plcaso dollTer at Kellum A Lanata'i ofllce and geWownrd. PERSONAL. Mr. Luko Mooro is in Gatosvillo todaj. Mr. W. E. MoDaniel of Hubbard is in the oity. Mr. W. H. Vaughn of Bolton, is in the oity. Mr. W. M. Sunnclls spent Sunday in tho oity, Mr. W. G. Taliferro of Bryan, is at tho Pacific Mr. J. O. Walton of MoGregor, ii in tho oity. W. A, Poago returned today from a trip to Tylor. Mr. J. E. Davis of Reagan, is at tho Gontral. Rabbi A. Meyer left today for a visit tD Austin. Mr. W. H. M0G00 and wifo of Gal veston are at the Royal. Mr. W. P.Poland of Marshall is quaitered at tho Hotel .Royal. Mr. R. E. Sadler and wife of San Antonio are visiting in tho oity. Mrs. S. W. Slaydon is still in Monterey with her sister who is ill. Mr. O. W. Hawloy of Louisville, paid The News a plcasnt visit today. Mr. J. Tt. H. Mathoas of Tomplo is in tho oity. Ho is registored at the Royal. Mr. E. A. MoDowoll of Gatesvillo, is autographed at the New Model-' land hotol. Mr. J. P. - Glenn, tho well-known merohant of West, is at the Now Mo Olelland today. Mr. L. M. Matthows, formerly of Texas but now of New York, is in the oity today. Mr. L. M. Mathews, tho popular roprsentativo of Niohols & Co., Now York, is in the city. Mr. 0. W. Hawley, representing tho Louisville, Ky., Cider and Vinegar works, is at the Paoifio. Mr. John A, Bonner, a well-known citizen of Tyler, is in the oity. Ho is registered at tho Paoifio. Mr. J. R.- Rowland, a prominent merohant of Rookdale, is in Waoo visiting hia daughter who is attending school hero. Mr. James A. Horner, who for some days past has boen quito ill at his home on South Soventh street, is slowly improving. - Messrs. A. J. Lytle, gjnoral west ern passonger agent, and H. C. Arch er, southern passonger agent of tho Ohio and Mississippi railway, woro in the oity yesterday and went south over the Missouri, Kansas and Texas. They aro making a tour of the state in tho intorest of their road. " For Spring Millinery Lat est Novelty in hair good's highest prioo paid for cut hair. MRS. IDOSS' 400 AUSTIN ST. What I Know About Hardware and Our Elections. unioriunateiy we tiaro but one politioal party. The primarios, with thoir barefaced fraud and Bham, re ally control tho elections. In city elections wnoro there arp no prima-J ries, wo have numerous Durohaaabln voters. Men without responsibility who pay no taxes. Tho candidates who manage this voto, are usually sueccssful. or in other words, thn illit. arate irresponsible class who pay noi taxes, aeiormino who shall rulo the oity. I know a romedv. Disfnmnhi t T. . r erery one who buys or sells his vote?- xvoep inoir names on ino oounty re oords and advertise thorn in tho pa pore. Wnat party or legislature has - tho moral courage to pass such a law?--iiwi5'-ILwo11"1 and Jaokson. This week I offer a lew bargains: 6- Editor Cullon F. Thomas, of Tho boxes Paragon axlo grease for 25or -Qen?rai Texan, leaves for Austin to duok horse collars slightly damaged- -aightr-to bo present at tho election of 25o each, Fronoh kitohen knives SOcj- JlogerTJ. Mills tomorrow, oaoh, stonewaro slightly damaged 5e-ClBe- friends of Mrs. Dr. G. B. a gHon. Carpst strotohors 25cr JEajaue will be Borry to loam of her bread and ironing boards 6O0 eaobr -senam illness at her residenco on Tnlh-r W-f uaBh br-flaath Eighth street. While her eon os -60, gong bells S5o, bit braoos 25-itioa is now considered critical The pruning shears 50o eaoh. EdT Tfrwi wishes hor a speedy reooycry. Strauss', Oornor Fourth and Mary-- , y tcouycry. Street8, " -guy Egan's Indian Territory ooal CQNRADl CONRAD 1 C0NBAI1! ' ACAEDTOTHKPUMWC ' Wkifa it fe trac! tors bse cfcaMeTk Tstaaintlr to tomLctUwCcmpurr, va M. A. DAUPHIN. tfccMMJ 7 ratata ft BrMictaKy of fa, GJf m propose for svppBm, iwtcauoM Juty CURTIS To O-ujc foves and House (TfJITf B 420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE., BB MJttaTaT'yaiJ''"' jiKaBiy "21 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 55S WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS. $106,000 J. 3. M&UCNDON, President. W. D. LACY, 0. H.HiaaiksoN, Aoooonta of banks, bankets, morohaats, farmers, meehanloa and other olaaaoa Mlloltod. W Barasmnoh attention to small aooounts as large ones. We give personal nnd ipeolal attentat oar oolleoUonUopartcient, and romltoa day of payment. Bzohanxa bought and gold o all tho principal points of the TJnttod States and Europe. The Kellum & Rotan Investment Co, -OH-2 a.-ULStl3L St. OiFIOrjIL, $50,000. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terras. Correspondence solicited. . Botax, President W. OAuanoN, Ton Padqitt. Vice President!. 3T!lxst N"e,tioirLeLl SaanJs, 1VACO, : - TEXAS CAPITAL, 1500,000. SURPLUS AND PROMTS, fSS.OOO. UXBJJOXOBS-B. Botan, Wb, Cameron. Tom Padgltt, J. 3J. Bos, W.)Y. Fort, 'W. H. tdlett.tD. B. WalUce, W. B. Bonnlca, Wm. Bronitcdt, M. jl '.Cooper . jar Aooounta of Banks, Bankers, Herohanta andothere are sollblted Wo posiess unrpaii acllltlea for making oolleotlons. 3-mJC03RtIOir9 IXlCJI?eri: E OD Ste Co WACO. : : : : TEXAS, - FIBE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. ti pj.. t j a- ... t, .., haBahleTr1,llw maa "u,cu ga.nn reaKage 1 : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us. ovs-iav utmjsn Jft ',. XD? JT" .att?r a oovcrc spoil 01 maianai lever, is lm- j;,, id, ., TIra. J. M. Taylor of Orookett, Tex- - 52lB "tiug nor sister, a asris vlsitiui; hor sister, Sirs. J. B. Co Io a&ctwfag c acidy, c, aj wl M a UtdtewS tonelwra m fetnjfefc, PAUL CONRAD. & ORAND. 3iTe-sx7- Store. Furnishing: Goods & (DRAKE) WACO, TEXAS. J. T. DA VIB, Ylee-preeldent. J. E. VAMKXB. THOB. P. ABBKLi I, B. BLACK, Oublll OAUriKLD, J. E, Bom, Caihlet. L.B , Assistant ) cashier. iii xcotkt, rotax' Extras for Buggies. Carriago and buegy tops, oarriag and buggy whools, buggy bodies, cush ions, 'nzy baoks, Bprings, 5th wheols, shaft Bhaoljlea, prop nuts, prop joints, v oots, storm aprons, shaft tops single t -ees, shafts in pairs or odd, poles, breast yokes,polo circles, dashes, dash raiis, seat handles, etc, oa whools and springs, at T. P. Sparks & Son s. Dr, Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Foil sett of upper or lower toeth, $12.50. J. B. Payne wants to soil a lot of pianos. Ho will sell at such prices and on suoh terms that you will be onstraincd to buy. aSbBbW " YmHaBBBBaV