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VOL. 4. NO. 234.
WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 12. 1892
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E need not speak of the great success of our SPRING
, JiAHIBlIION just closed; we believe almost evexy
man, woman and child in Waco was there and formed their
Wishing Hats and Bonnets for Easter should make
their selections early in the week.
All the Latest Novelties Out are being shown.
CD WEEKLY MEWS
AN 8-PAGE, 48-COLUMN PAPER.
Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News.
Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until January i,
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Mooting of the Stato Association In
Waco Next Month The
The Bankers Association of Texas
will meet in this city May 10, 11 and
12. The local bankers aro making
preparations for tho entertainment,
of this distinguished body in a hand
The following invitation will shortly
bo mailed to the 275 bankers who aro
members of the Association. It is
confidently expected that nearly the
ontire membership will be prcsjnt.
The bankers of Waco extend a most
oordial invitation to the bankors of
Texas" and their wives and daughtors
to be present at the Eighth Annual
convention of the Texas Banker's as
sociation, to bo held at Waco, Texas,
May 10th. 11th and 12th, 18q2.
The oommiteeB will bo as follows:
Invitation committee Mendith G
A Sullivan, chairman, J K'- ltoso, L
B Black, J P MaBsey, W C Watson,
W P Ferguson.
Committeo of arrangement J T
Davis, chairman, J S McLendon, E
ltotan, W W Seley, It 0 llounsavall,
W T Watt, S W Slaydon.Jas B
, lteception Committeo W T Watt,
chairman, Win Cameron, T C Tibbs,
Jno T Walton, G C McGrogor, S C
Olivo, Tom Padgitt, Lancelot Wat
son, J T Davis, Eiurono Williams, R
B Parrott, Geo. Clark, D R Gurley,
J W Mann, W L Prathor, W M Kol
lett, Wm Brnestedt, T P Abcel, T P
Sparks, II 0 Wikon, T B Dockery,
John F Marshall, F 0 Rogers, I M
Poarlstone, W H Wilkes, W W
Seley, 0 H Higginson, W H Jones,
John F Horsful, A Symcs, Frank
Jonen, J M Holt, Jas. Walker, T A
Crawford, Ed Toby, W R Clifton, J
D Boll, A S Brown, R J Tolson, John
L Dyer, W D Lacy, C C Mulloch, G
H Randle, H J Caufield, W W Do
Hart, W V Fort, W It Dunnica, Sam
Sanger, Joe S Thompson, M A Cooper,
B S Castles, J It Downs, R 0 Roun-
savall, J K Rose, J B Baker, E Rotan,
D 11 Wallaoe, It T Dennis.
Mesdames Wm Cameron, Goo
Clark, T C Tibbs, G C McGregor,
Lanoolot Watson, W L Prather, W M
Kellott, Jno F Marshall, W W Seley,
Jno F Horsful, Jas C Walker, J D
Bell, C C MeCullooh, J K Rose, W V
Fort, Sam Sangor, Jos S Thompson, J
P Massoy, J S MoLondon, J B Baker,
S C Olive, M A Sullivan, R 0 Roun
savall, W P Ferguson, D R Gurloy,
Jno L Dyor, F 0 Rogers, R T Den
nis, E Rotan, Tom Padgitt, 11 B Par
rot, J W Mann, S W Slaydon, Jno T
Walton, Dr W II Wilkes, C II Hie
ginson, G II Randle, W H Jones, A
Symes, W W DoHart, A L Brown;
Eugene Williams, II C Wilson, Travis
Jones, W R Clifton, W D Laoy, L B
Black, M A Coopor, T A" Crawford,
L P Sparks, Ed Toby, I M Pearlstone.
Tho entertainment will consist of a
public and private reception, drives
over tho city and a banquet.
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Are showing in their Shoe room a splendid line of
Ladies', Men's & Children's
Our aim is to keep
in latest shapes and
JSo& SPx'ioest Below.
Ladies Kid Button, Hand Turned,
Top, Patent Leather Tips.
Misses Kid Button, Spring Heal, Patent 4&6 ihdh
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The above shoe is an elegant dress shoe.
of the Central Texas Med
The Central Texas Medical associa
tion met in the council chamber
at the city hall this morning with
about 'hirty visiting physicians in at
tendance besides the local members
There was an afternoon session but
it was conoluded too late for The News
to publish a report. There will also
be a night session. t
Tho programme of the exercises
have already been published in The
At this morning's session a resolu
tion was introduced to make the an
nual dues $2:00.
Another resolution was introduced
to make it the duty of the treasurer
to collect tho dues.
The judiciary committee reported
favorable on the application of Drs
Alex Black, W M Woodson and T F
Miles for membership.
The visiting physicians aro M D
Uenman, Sparta; W R Blailock, Mo
Gregor; W E Brown, Gatesvillcj W
W Greer, Cameron; S V Wagner,
liremond; J 0 Shaw, Stranger; J D
Lovelace, South Bosque; J T Val
liance, Bruceville; W B Nowlandj
Gatesville: W 0 Blaclock, Kosse, R
l C Nettles, Marlin; H M Stewart, Pat
rick; P A Clark, Eddy; J M Wood
son, Temple; J G O'Brien, Dublin; J
E Brown, McGregor; T F Miles,
Lorena; II M Mathews, Dawson; W
S Starkey, Battle; Beverly Caldwell,
Ladies' Fine Kid, Cloth Quarters, Patent
Tip, Blucher Oxfords.
The above is something new in style.
Misses Fine Kid, Soring Heal, Patent Tip, 4tb51 tfi'tffc
Pomted Toe Oxford. W "
The above is a little gem and well worth more money.
Do Not Fail to Visit Our Shoe Room.
diacl liftlx t.
W. E. DUP
Cider Miiiiuliiclurcr ami Dealer in
UNDER THE WHEELS .
Thoro aro tailors and tailors,
arc good, somo indifferent and
bad, but Laok & Greonberg in
now place, 414 Austin stroet
be olasscd among tho good
Thoy aro first class skillful outtora,
fuio workmon and caroful and pains
taking in thoir work. They make
perfect fits and do tho vory finest
work to be had. Although but re
contly started, work is flowing in on
them from pooplo who know the ex
cellent fits they give and the work
they do. They carry a fine lino of
stylish goods and samples and oan
get up nobby suits in short order.
Give them a call and order and you
aro sure to bo well dressed and well
A Little Negro Boy is Crushodto
Death He Only to Blamo.
Today at about 12:30 a little negro
boy about twelve years old, was
thrown under the wheels of a Missouri,
Kansas and Texas freight train and
horribly crushed. The accident ac
cording to Brakesman W. E. Dyer,
was as follows .
Every trainpassing that point is be
sieged by a crowd ofjsmall negro boys
who hang on to the steps and ride for
a block or two. Today they were at
their usual practices and Mr. Dyer
called to them to get away. Just as
he did so the boy, Lee Caldwell, jump
ed for a step on one of the freight cars
and caught with only ono liana which
gave away before he could catch with
the other and he fell under the wheels.
The wheels passed over the lovor
limbs and crushed them from the hips
down. When the reporter saw him,
at 1 o'leock, he was not yet doad
but his recovery is impossible.
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages and Road Carts, Barbed and plain wire.
Agent for the celebrated Whitman May Press, McConnick's Binders
and Mowers, Deering Binders and Moweis, Osborne Binders and
Mowers. Full supply extras kept on hand for all machines. Examine
my stock and get prices and you will not buy elsewhere. Cor. Bridge
and First Streets, Waco, Texas. d&w
BROOKS & CO'
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER. We arc showing the most com
pletc stock of Men's Underwear ever brought to Waco. Don't buy
until you have seen our goods. We will save you money.
BROOKS & COWAN.
Mooting of tho Sub-AUlancos of Mc
Tho sub-alliances of MoLennan
county met in tho mayor's court room
at the city hall this morning. Tho
moeting was a secret ono, in fact it
was so secret that tho reporters wero
unable to get auy information what
over. There wero about (iO or 70 del
Shooting Gallery, south m e squaro
open day and night, Viot in,
Mr. Lud Williams, candidate for
county attorney, will make tho initial
speeoh of his campaign at Lorena, his
old homo, next Saturday. The other
candidates for the office will find in
Lud a formidable competitor.
The ladies' committee on entertain
ment for the Bankers' Convention will
meet at the Philo Club rooms Satur
day morning a n o'clock, for organi
zation and programme.
Tho largost stock of soreon doorB
and windows at Uurtm & iirnVn
A man who buys for cash and in big
quantities onn givo insido figures in
selling. Tom Padgitt is Buch a man,
and if you noed anything in tho shapo
of a buggy, phaeton, carriago, cart or
any other vchiolo, look ovor his im
mense stock and learn his prices and
you will certainly buy. ft
tons and carria
ges, bought at
the rccont Shprill'H hulo dirt cheap. I
will soil them tbo samo. Big ohanco.
317 Franklin. Fino Wines and
Liquors. A place to ciijoy tho luxu
ries of oae of tho finest saloons in tho
oity. Come ono, 00 mo all. whero the
finest whiskies will bo sorted.
J. W. FodAiiTV, Proprietor.
Dry post oak cord wood, $3.50;
Btove wood 14.50, at Gurley Wood