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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 23 i892.
8 BULUS tm & mm SBW wP - - J .. .! .o v SHOES? 'WclSHTavVyou money on them If you do. We can give you .1.:- -r fi, uoe efnrW and crcatcst variety of styles. We give you ciiuiul: ui niv- w- ww-- - j ..-.- elegance, fit, wear and comfort We will do this for less money than rpmilnr bv a bie per cent. We have a stocK 01 snocs sbmjuu iu u.. regular by a big per c 111 vvato We handle it at less expense to us. cost to the shoe wearer. PERSONAL. 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 $2.25. 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 and please you. 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. Mens' Shoes. We carry the best line of men's shoes to be had for all purposes. Here Is Tlic Best Shoo In America! 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 Following Are special prices and very low: Men's shoes worth $ 1 .7 5 a pair. Men's shoe formerly sold at $2.50 to $3.00. A good assortment really worth $4.50 to 35.oo a pair. The best $5.00 shoe in Waco. At this price we' are closing out J. S. Turner's celebrated jfr.qo 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. Mr. J. P. Glonn of West is in tho oity. Mr. 0. 0. Agas of Dallas ia at tho Paoifi c. Mr. J. V. Thornton of Athens, Tex., is registered at the Paoifio. Mr. S. C. TJphaw, n well-known citizen of Hillsboro, ia in She oity. Mr. L P. Field, of the firm Fiold & Co., Bruoevillo morohunts, was in Waoo yestorday. Msssrs. Ed Brown, It. D. Mooro and D. J. Wilkcrson, all of Bruoovillo, . pt?nt yesterday in Waoo. Tho many frionds of Mr. W. C. Watson will regret to learn that ho iB quite ill. Mr. T. P. Marshall who has beon so seriously sick at tho Royal for the past throo weeks is again ablo to bo out, though ho is but a shadow of his tormor gay self. Mr. Ed Williams one of Galvostons prominent citizens is in the oity on bnsiuoss. Mr. John Ilagomann, a prorainont commission merchant of Galveston, is in the -ity, and is bo well pleased with Waoo and har 1'uturo prosperous prospects that he has the advisibility of establishing a branoh house hero under serious consideration. Mr. John B. Tullis who himself de serves much credit in getting up and managing tho successful entertain ment givon by McLennan Lodge 1. U. O F. upon their fifteenth anivorsary asoribes much praise to Miss Laura Yates for valuablo assistance- render ed him in tho work. . Mr. W. 0. Watson is in with fover and has boon oonfined to his room for several days, though ho is improving today. mm 1 CONRAD I GOnfiAS ! A CARD TO THE PUBLIC WWt nhtml ht.ro hem chosen tha FfftMAff,; m& Stato Lottery CoapaBy, vtca M. A, DAUPHIN, decern IW rotrta tho Prcskfescy of tha Galf Coast Ic and Manufacturisg Cm. paay. proposato for aappHes, wachlaety, etc., as well a X xOm buriaim cetwnwlcationi should b addressed to me here as L4MNI BOX tSSC PAUL CONRAD, MNW OHUAM I, Clark club at day night. tho court houso Fri- C"D o m oj m VI h-H VI 'r 61 . , 3 , C3 a. 3 CD h zzz i N ej i I 23 CZ w r o X c xn CO I GOLDSTEIN &MEL For Spring Millinory Lat est Novelty in hair goods highest prico paid for cut hair. MES. TJOSS' 400 AUSTIN ST. GOLDS EI & MEL GEO. WILLIG, REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANGE AND LOAN AGENT. Money to Loan on Farma, Ranches, and all Kindt of City Property, at Low Ratei of Intereit and in Amouatt to Suit. OFFICE: ItoomNo. 10, Provident Building, First Floor. -THE- Cotton Belt Route ; (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) TO St, Louis, Cairo, Memphis, AND ALL POIHT8 BEYOND. free Reclining Chair Cars and Pullman Buffet Sleepera Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS I AKD ALL POINTS BKTOHB. She Only line i , ger to oeaneetinf read atMBMPHIS wltV ont a leag and dllagTKeabla oronlbos trio rsraaxouthaeity. Tho Only Line thttoo tngoaraarrissUtoreeuroZlTYroBTH wui MEMPHIS. The Only Line .tou,, Tlca between HBUPTOS ul points la Cn Tit AL THUS. le onortest JK.oute TO ALIi POENT8 IN THE So-CLt-fcLeeiiis-t. 0a Imi Linei baT tkroash tleVita on sia rt, The Gitton Belt Route. KatM, mf to tables uu all Infonnatlo riUb esettiByfKrBUhed as application M a7 Bgectof ttMeoaapssy, or H.M.OJLBTMM. W. 11, if y .V Jf JJSLJ. hc What I Know About Hardware and Our Elections. Unfortunately we have but one politiohl party. Tho primaries, with tboir barefaced fraud and eham, re ally control tho elections. In oity oleotions where there are no prima ries, we bavo numerous purchasable voters. Mon without reBponeibility who pay no taxes. Tho candidates who manage this voto, are usually successful, or in other words, the illit arato irresponsible class who pay no taxes, determino who shall rulo the city. I know a romedy. Disfranchise every one who buys or sells his voto? Keep their names on tho oounty re cords and advertiso them in tho pa pers. What party or legislature has tho moral courage to pass suoh a law? This week I offor a low bargains: 6 boxes Paragon axlo groase for 25o, duok horse collars slightly damaged 25o each, Frenoh kitohen knives 20c, each, stoneware slightly damaged 5o a gallon. Caipoc strotchors JJ5o, broad and ironing boards 60a eaoh, mail boxes 75c each, witewash brush es 25o, gong bells 35c, bit braces 25c, WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD. In fact, everything you need for your house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of KCUR TIE & 0RAND Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. pruning Strauss', Streets ahoars Corner 50o eaoh. Fourth and Kd. Marv Lost. Law6on's dog "Mike." pointer, crooked tail. Pleaso to "Warron Lawson. WhUo roturn For Sale. Throe horses, ono ten-horso powor ongino and boilor and a lot of shelving and Btoro fixtures. Cheap and on good teruia. Moore Beob. To All Friends or Baylor University, at Waco, Texas. This ctrtifies that Prof. E. B. Gammack has purchased tho ontiro in terest of Prof, J. 0. F. Kyger in the Commercial colleeo of Baylor Univer sity Arrangements have boon com pleted which place this dopartment of tho University on a solid foundation, aod every time yon speak a good word for it, or in any way assist it, jou as sist in building up Baylor University. Prof. Camrn ck, tho prinoipal, is a gentlemen of high standing. He is a praotical business man and has had liberal experience in the business col lego work for tho past five years. Ho is assisted by a corps of tcaohers who make it a special aim to promoto the interest of the studont in every possi ble way. Tho college building ia situated within a block of the postoffioe and is divided into all departments neces sary for carrying on commercial work in first-class stylo. The office, short-hand, type-writing, banking and business departments are all elegantly equipped with tho finest walnut and ohorry fur niture. The oourso of study has boon carefully selected and embodies all principles containod in a good, prac tical businoss course. Young men who desiro can scouro board at tho Maggie Houston Hall for $7.50 por month. Youug ladies can socuro board at tho University for $12.50 per month. As this is a department of tho Uni versity and conducted in harmony tborewith, diplomas from this Collogo will be signed by tho President of the faculty and by tho trustees Proi. Carmack has sovered all con nection with any and all othor com mercial sohools, and tho officers and owners of othor oommeroial sohools have no interest in this department. In viow of these faota we take groat pleasure in commending this institu tion to you and earnestly ask every young man and lady interested in a business education to invostigato tho merits of tho Commercial Collogo of Baylor Univorsity, at Waco, Texas. (Signed) Rufub 0. Burleson, D. D. LL. D., President Faculty Baylor Uuniversity B. H. Carroll,- President Board of Trustees, Waoo, Texas, Maroh 23, 1892. ' CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK t - WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106,000 DIRBOTOBS. . BLACK. Gafihlir OAVriELD, A.ooonntn of hunk", bankers, merchant, farming . meohanlcs amd other olassos solicited J. B. MoLKNDON. President W. D. LAOY. I C.H.HIGGINSON, J. T. DAVIS. Vloe-prestdent. J. K. PABKlta. THOB. I. ABBBL. W par as much attontlon to nmali oooounta km large ones. We give personal and ipoolal attention vuuuuuiiooiiuiiu(i'ira8ni,imaroimmaay ot pnymoiii. juxonango Dongni ana 101a 01 all the prinoipal points of the United States and Europe. The Kelliim & Rotan Investment Go. 4t01 1-2 -A--ULStirL St. AJPrTAJL, $50,000. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. BOTiN, President Vm. Oahbbon, Tom Padqitt. 'tco President!. J. K. Bo, CftihJw . B ,t Assistant ) Cashier. STIxibt LTa.tioLrLa.1 BsuielIs:, WACO, : : TEXAS CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, J85.000. IHBEOTOJiS-. Botan, Wm, Cameron, Tom Padgltt, i.'.K. Bose, W. V. Tort, W. M. Cellett,:D. K. WalUce, W. B. Dnnnlea, Wm. Hrenatedt, M. k 0upor. tarAcoonnta of Banks, Bankers, ilerohantt and others are eoUolte'l Wo possess a nrpaii. m acuities for making collodions. WACO. : : : : TEXAS. FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. t . : t : 1 J 1 : : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us. . . oimoB uimnji izotjbx, hotjlj,' J