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THE WACO NEWS, WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 i892.
8 UNDERWEA II i Si R SALE nl Harps. WE .ire Sole Dealers in Waco in "French Fashioned'' Muslin and Cambric Underwear. It is the best. All seams felled and double sewed. The Best Material and Workmanship. The only Perfect Fitting. Prices talk, and to place these fine goods within the reach of all have made prices way down. These prices are the lowest in Waco, the garments are the best; surely you want some of them. PERSONAL. f DRAWERS, j29 CHEMISE, - CORSET COVERS. Ots SKIRTS, 1 CHILDS WAISTS. Any of these garments worth 50 cents, go this week at 29 cents each. I low many do you want ? 39 r CHEMIbE, ) GOWNS, Ol SKIRTS, L L CHILDS DRESSES. You can buy them elsewhere at 75 cents, from us at 39 cents. Take your cho;cc. They are well made, good fitting and nice garments. Hull's Waisls. l-3t CtS. Worth 35 cents. Child's waists worth 40 cents, at 25 cents CHILD'S DRAWERS. IQfl ' Worth 35 cents. I Dili Child's Drawers worth 50 cents at 19 cents SO S At this moderate price Q-(-jjj we offer this week a .us. 1...V. w. .Sn.,w ,. '" I . . Gowns, Chemise, Skirts, Drawers jQ J 1N and Infants Embroidered Dresses. , (j3 I Wl CHILD'S DRESSES. ftft. I Nice white Lawn dresses iu(j ', at 29 "nts. Handsome Embroidered Infant's dresses, long and short at 39 cents, 49 cents, 69 cents, 99 cents to S3 50; worth more money each and every one. Lailie's Vests. OO Very fine Muslin and CtS French Cambric gar ments, worth 51.50 at just 99 cents Plain, Tucked, Hemstitch ed and Embroidered. We shall sell only a limited quantity at this price. iMATCH SETS. $1.25 ( We have a handsome line $2.50 J of Bidal sets, in rare and $3.50 J elegant styles. They are 6.oo simply superb Prices from $1.25 to $6 a gar ment. All specially reduced prices this week ice Swiss ribbed Vests, orth 15c at only S 1-3C IAa ( A good white or cream lUb 1 Swiss ribbed Vest, worth 20 cents, at only ioc. LISLE THREAD. (Ladies Lisle thread vests 1 1J (. worth 65 cents at 44 cents, worth 75c at 59c; worth $1 at 69c "" SILK VESTS. Hiftj Ladies Silk ribbed vests J lu 1 worth $1 at 74 cennts. Worth $1.75 at $1.25. Worth $2.50 at $1.75. Worth $3.50 at $2.50. Aprons Great bargains in aprons Mr. A. G. lUilol is at the Royal. Mr. T. W. Ohpbant, of lluntsville, iB at tho Royal. Mr. W. V. Newlin, formerly of tho Fort Worth and Denver railway is at tho Royal. Mrs. Lovy, of Galveston, is visiting her nieoe, Mrs. H. Jacobs, and will remain several weeks, Mrs. A. C. Walker nee Miss Laura B. Wilcox, is visitinc her parents at I7I5, Columbus street. Mr. Cbarlie Thackor who has been in the city since Sunday returned to his home at Cleburu today. Judge L. W. Goodrich left on tho 12:30 Contral train today for Marlin. lie will return on tho evening train. llev. H. Schwarz and wife, father and mother of Mrs. lsaao Simmons left yeBtcrday for Hompstead on a short visit. They aro expected to re turn homo on Saturday next. ail Hotel Arrivals. At the Pacific J Munger, Gal veston; Dr R 0 Nettles, Marlin; W C Bulock, Kosse; J C Shaw, Stranger; R II Rice, Marlin; W T Hngins, wife and child, Texarkana; S L Garrett, Texarkana; T M Hall, Texarkana; J B First, New York; II M Mathews, Daw son; Peter McClelland, city; VV J Moxooxoy, Dallas; It W Rodgers, Texarkana; J C Baldwin; Prairie Hill; Gillespy. New York; J R Franklin, Hubbard City; C W Geers, Morgan, J B Seeger, Boston; W J Hobson, St Joe; W B Nichols, Crawfird; H M Morrin, Crawford; J H Ilycock, San Antonio; Frank B Stanley, Ft Worth; TAS Varyhan, Philadelphia, D D Crome, jr., Dayton; W F Bartlott, Now York; II T Thackor, D 0 Bar. rott, New York; J D Johnson, Hub bard City, M Stakes, Now York, J E M Slaughton, Boston, A M Glen denning, Boston, M C fiuxbaum, Cin cinnati; A V Drak, Taylor; C V Mul ley. Now York; D P Lowery, Terrell, J G Du'ley, Paris, T J Cook, Dovine, J T Roesor, Fort Worth; W M Grant, Davonport, la; F M Beall Fort Worth, Wm Edwards, T J Brophy, G Macin tosh, Now York; A II Abhs, Terroll, Captain Dan Malven, Austin, E L Dunlap, Yiotoria, R H Uunnly, Gatesville; G W Richards, city; .1 W Saunders, C M Baleman, S J Mings, R J Kinsberg, Gatesville; A N Eleom, Birmingham, Robt Dial, Hec rul, John E Elgin, Rockport, D W David, New York. CONRAD ! CONRAD 1 GONRAO A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. While ft Is trno I have been chosen flic President or the Loojgf SWA State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, IstfBj retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Com? pty, so all proposals for snppfics, machinery, etc., as well as all othce browess communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore PAUL CONRAD, L9CK BX 1350 NBW ORLEANS LA," E3 t TWm 1 I II & g U J- a CO CD pa o m 03 m en ' v ' CO m WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD, In fact, everything you need for your house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of XCURTI Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. 8 & GRAND, Corner Austin and Sixth Streets. GEO. WILLIG, REAL ESTATE, FIRE IN3URANGE AND LOAN AGENT. Money to Loan on Farms, Ranches, and all Kinds of City Property, at Low Rates of Interest and in Amouats to Suit OFFICE: Room No 10, Provident Building, First Floor. MES. IDOSS' Sec her fir Millinery and for Lat est Style? In lUIr Goods Watch for Hair Dresser. Gtt the Deliarte Cor set or the Willlamton. Call 1 r Book How to be Beautiful. 400 AUSTIN ST. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $ioo,ooc SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,oor J 8. MoLKNDON. President. W. D. LAOY, U. H. niQOlNSON, J T. DAVIS,yioe-pre8ldent. J. K. PAEKV, THOS. P ABKKL. L B. BLACK, CftlhUi OAUriKLD, Aooounts of banks, bankers, merohBiits, farmers meohsnloe and other claiaog solloltoJ . payaamuoh uttant.on torimal n,ooountaalargaonea. We fflvepernonBl nd ipeoUl attentloi to our oolleatlon department, and remit on dny of piyraunt. EiohanKe bought and aold m all the principal pstnlRof tho United 9tbtex and Enropa. The Kellum & Rotan Investment Co. -5:011-2 -vLstirL St 0-IPiaAiI $oO,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. K Kotak, 1'rusiunnt Vm. Oamhuon, . 'IcePrealdents. Tom Padoiit. j A L Bi'imx J. K, KOeM, (.kiuioi Ase!stunt ) Cashier. First N"a,tio3n.eJ. Sa,n.is: WACO, TUNAS CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. 185,000. niBKOTOUHiZ. Kotan. Wm. Cttiueron. Tom P&dgltt. J. ,K. liote, W.iV. Fort, W. M. Pellett, U U WalUce, W. R. Dnnnlca, Wm. Braustedt, M. A. wpai . jayAooonntB of BankB, Qinkera, Merohanti imdothernaru aolioltad Wa poeseaa uurpainns Acllltles formaktnK oollocttona. J. W. MANN, President. TVC. TIBI3S, Vice-President. J. K. ROSE, Sec. and Treas, ICE, COLD STORACE ANDCOAL. TufS. B. EO-uHST, - S-u.perixiterLca.orLt What I know About Hardware and Advertising. It ia surprisine; how littlo the aver age newspapoi advertisomont has varied in stylo and general makeup in the lust 'J5 years. "At cost" sacrifices salo'' "bankrupt sain" "grand open ing" "wo defy competition" "unhoard of bargains" are borne of tho most noted "Chestnuts" that are dishod out, to nowspaper renders, with mo notonous repetition. You might as woll expeot your customers to buy hats and bonnets that were in fashion 20 years ago, as to road such adver tisements. If you want your "ads" read you must make them attractive to intelligent readers. You must show some originality and keep up with the limes. Be sure and fulfill all your promises. Never try to deooivo the people, for if you do, you simply ad vortise your own incapacity to oonduet your business. My stylo of advartising iB not patented. All have my permission to ueo it and improve it. While I furnish the best reading matter that I am able to writo, I pay for every line. I do so with pleasuro as long as my efforts are appreciated by tho readers of tho "News" I have on track a carload of hard lumber oak ash and hickory. I have in transit a car of hay baling ties, 2 cats oi cut nails, 1 oar of wire nails and 2 cars of barbed wiro, all bought at tho recent deolino and shipped at cut rates of freight. Yours for hardware En. Strauss, Fourth and Mary Streets. The Gabert Bros. It is worth while for any one who wears olothes to rofrain from purchas ing until he has taken a good look at tho tine stock ot tho uabort tiros., 116 South Fourth streot. Thoy are tho leading tailors with tho largest and finest stock of goods over brought to Waco. They carry all the new and nobby styles of tho spring of '92 with suoh deversity that no ono can tail in finding goods to suit his own particular fanoy. When it comes to outting and fitting tho Gabert Broth ers aro artists in every seuso of the word with tho most skillful workmen that can be proourod. Thoy f;ivo por feet fits and somehow their olothes have a look about them that only tho workof artists can produce. Give thorn a call and look over their big fine stock before ordering a suit and you will have no reason to regrot any order you may favor them with. " - -- n m .m For This Weok Only. Shooting gallery, south sido square, Norris & Brother. Open day and night. Fishing taokle of ovory description with a full stock of huntora supplies H. E. Ahboldb. 30 clothes pins, 5c 10U poker omps, 30e. Gallon oil can, 20c Chopping bowl 10c Chopping knifo,5o Muffin, pan l(io Dress shields 10c Pressed wash pan, 2oo. Sauce pan and cover, lao. Plush album, 50o G lamp wicks, fc Bowl and pitcher, liGo. 13-gal. bucket, 20o Dinnci buoket,20o Coffeo mill, 30o Wood bucket, 15c Good suspenders, 10c. Photo frames, lOo Nut orackors, 10c Bread box, 40c Sugar bucket, Hoe Kcifo box lOo Quart dipper, 5o Uovored sauce pan 10c. Hanging basket, 2O0. Sprinklers 25c Quart pitchors,10c Wire baskots, lOo $ gallon cup, 00 Child's tray 15o Cummings' 5 and 10 cent store, 703 Austin ave., between Seventh and Eighth street. Died. Claude, the infant daughter of Eugene Henderson, colored, aged five mpnths, died this morningat 7 o'clock. The funeral will take place from the Sec ond Baptist church on South First street at 10:30 tomorrow. Interment at First Street cemetery, Rov. Mose Irvin and Elder Cavin officiating. A man who buys for cash and in big quantities can givo insido figures in selling. Tom Padgitt is such a man, and if you need anything in tho shapo of a buggy, phaeton, carriage, cart or any other vehiole, look ovor his im mnnso stock and learn his prices and you will cortainly buy. flic 11. 1(. A T. Railway Will Sell Round Trip Excursion Tickets as Follows: For sale of government town lots at Hot Springs, Ark., April 12, tickets on salo April 10th and nth, good for return until May 10th, ?n 90 for round trip. Meeting of State- Republican League and Convention at Dallas, April 12th, tickets on sale April nth and 12th, good for return until April 16th, 3 75 for round trip . State Convention Young Men's Christian Association at Dallas, April 14th, tickets on sale April 13th and 14th, fiood for return until April 2oih, $3.95 for round trip. Annual Convention County Survey ors at Austin Apr iSth, tickets on sale April, 1 7th, good for return until April 2 2d, fire round trip 4 4O. Lumbermen's Association of Texas at San Antonio April 12th, tickets on sale April 10th and nth, good for re turn until April 15th, fare round trip $7,60. For turther information call on or address ,T. E. Smith, Ticke Agent M., K. & T. Railway, No. 1 24 South Fourth Street. ' Extras for Buggies. Carriage and buggy tops, carriage and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, cush ions, 'izy baoks, springs, 5th wheols, shaft shaokles, prop nuts, prop joints, OOtS. Storm snrnnn. srinfr. rnna single l 'ees, shafts in pairs or odd, yuics, urease yoKes.poie circles, dashes, dash raiis, seat handles, otc, cart wheels and springs, at T. P. Sparks & Son's, i 9 PROVIDENT ANNEX. 414 Franklin Street. Tho noatest, coolest place in town. Finest wines and liquors. Dainty lunch all day. Tho wnolo place re modelod. Amusement and reoreation. Grand freo lunch Saturday nights. DrP in. Hknkv Epstein. a m Ben Garland desires to inform his friends that he will bo pleased to see them at tho now oarrmuo houso. and ranches in all parts of tho state for salo by Kellum & LawBon, the loading roal estate dealers, 113 South Fourth street, in All tho ladies will visit the recep tion day of Hilt & Co., on Friday. Farms SBSBSbV .aSBSBSBsHkVkk!