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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 19 i892.
8 Dress Goods. THIS WEEK Wc will Leather W ot,rit, !, rroatncf ttn riof nf I new novel patterns in all kinds of! 5c to 75c at 25c only, dress goods Chalhes, fine combi nations, silks and satins, French novelties, lawn batistes and ging hams. sell Ladies' Belts worth We will sell Fancy 4-4 Table Covers worth 50c at just 24c. 24c 81 0 Tuesday 50 pieces Ba l -Xtistes Challies and Zeph yrs 10 to 12 i-2c at 8 1-2 cents a I yard. Evening A full line of eve Shades. n'g shade dress goods at special prices for this week. Also a line Chepe D'Chi nes, Surahs and India Silks. The Of that fine Sheer Balance White India Lawn worth 75c is going rapidly at 15c a yard. Have you seen our new spring stock? If not, why nots Is style, quality and low prices no object. We arc not tak ing any second place on shoes. Ladies' shoes, ladies' cloth top shoes, in all shades. Ladies' low quarter shoes, children's shoes, men's "Best Shoes in America'" price $6 a pair. COAP - - - - COLG-AtES VVe have Just Soap received a small lot of several thousand cakes of Colgates Fine Toilet Soaps. The regular prices are 10c to 50c. This week 4c to 33c. a cake. Fine perfumeries, toilet powder, glyce rine and vaseline at low prices. TUESDAY, We will sell LLadies fine Percale and White Waists worth $1 each at 39c each. Only 2 to one customer HOUSEKEEPERS This Week $ worth 50c a dozen, at 34c a doz. Fine double Fringed Bleached Damask Towels, worth 50c at 33c. Heavy Bath Towels: WORTH 15c, at ioc. WORTH 25c, at 15c. WORTH 35c, at 22 i-2c. WORTH 50c, at 25c A Drive Good, heavy Half Bleach Linen Crash, worth ioc, at 7 12c a yard. 20 pieces assorted Crash, worth 15c to 17c, at ioc a yard. 5 patterns extra Crash, worth 20c. at 12 i-2ca yard this week. Table Linen. We offer splendid Go and 65c cent values in Red and Bleached Table Linens this week at 49c a yard. Screens AMI Easels. Carpets low Take elevator to our second floor and buy an Easel or Screen at bargain prices. Straw Matting and we v ill sell 50 silkaline filled Tuesday (If It 1 handsome screens, worth $1.50, at only S5C Only one to each customer. Ladies' Silk Waists. Worth $7.50 at even $5.00. GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $ioo,ooc SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,ooc jDHRJHOTOIRS. B. BLACK. OsehU) OAUFIELD. Account of banks, bankers, merchants, farnmra meonanlci and othor olases solicited payasmuon mtent en tosnai nooountaasuarRuone we to our oolleotton J rartmant, aii1 ravltnn day of payment J S MoLXXDOH. President W.D. LAOY, 0. H. HIQK1N80N, J T DAVI8, Vice-president. J. E PABKKf". THOB. P AEEEL. all tbe principal points of the United States and Europe. Wo gtvepnronftl nd special attentlo) fiionunfre oout;m snu boiu 01 GEO. WILLIG, REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT. Money lo Loan on Farmi, Ranches, ant) all Kindt of City Property, at Low Rales of Interest and in Amouats to Suit OFFICE: Room No 10, Provident Building, First Floor. The Kellum & Rotan Investment Go. -SOl 1-2 -Au-u.stlrL St. OAJPI'PAr, $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. K Botak, President tV. Camhuo.v, Ylco Presidents. Tom I'adoitt. ) A ;L. ItHowt, J. K, Bob, Cashier ! Assistant ) CBBhlur. If Oil IlKNl'tlooil lioiiRP, or alo on Install inents. Auply ti Clia1-. II. Jones, 'I ho Stnto Central llnnk. -'tf PERSONAL. Mr. Nathan Plutsheok of Dallas is at tho Roy ill. Mr. G. I'ossola of Austin is a guest at tlio Pacific Mr. J. J. Gavin, road master of the Kuty, is in the city. Mr. W. G Howoll of D tllas is quar tered at the Royal. ""Mr. W. S. BlaoUhear left for New York via tho Cential to day Miss Ray Goldberg left last night for Corsicamt on a visit to friends. Mr. G. 1. Giodwyu of Brownwood is a guest at tho Now MoClclland. Mr. Chas. Lastinger, ot the county clerk's ofl'ioo, returned last night from a short visit to Dallas. Mr. F. II. Williams, it prominent insurance man ot t. nioigo, is regis tered at tho Now McClelland. Col. Norvell of Now York, ono of tho best known commercial travelers in Texas, is a guest of the Pacifio hotel. Mr. B. H Hill, of the firm of Hill Bros., has returned from Dallas, where he went to attend the meeting of the State Young Men's Christian Association. Chiof Train Dispatcher Ellsworth, of Taylor, is in tho oily. He is a witness in a case now on trial in the district court. Rev. J B. Cranfill, editor of the Baptist Advance, is in the city mak ing preparations towards moving his paper to Waco. It is being tempo rarily published in Dallas. Mr. B. Frank Corey of Chicago is visiting his brother Will Coroy of the firm of Forsytho & Corey. Mr. Corey holds a responsible position in tho celebrated olothing houso of Wil eon Bros, and is visiting Texas frr the first timo. He will return Friday night. f? (jet tfAere Just the same, AND SO DOES :m::r,s- idoss Sec her far Millinery and for Lat est Stylet- in Hair Goods Watrh for Halrnresb 0J. eet or the Williamson. Call t r Uook How to be Beautiful. 400 AUSTIN ST. CUMBER. 3WR MADE ONtYBY N.K.FAIRBANK&.GO. St Louis. o w p;5 irv'''-- - 3 d, g HH PH 25 -. !IMl5llii'MT5X'ip-' H 3 c J S u3 PA 3d n iW-MfWxui 2 & I HE WiGQ W WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD, In fact, everything yoit .need for your house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of KCURTIS a ORAND EMM 1EIS! Nos. 420 and 42 s Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. whnat I Know About Hardware. and Our Artesian Well inero is no doubt that our artosia water comes from a higher level tharT tho highest point in and around Wao for water positively refuses to run up. hill of its own accord. As tho slope of the country is from northwest to to southeast, there are stronK ground to boheve that the undcnrround-lGontains All the Latest Political. Tclecrranhic tind Local News. AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER. L i -Wil be Sent to any Address from Now Until JANUARY I, 1893 Address, ;NEW3. PUBLISHING COMPANY, WA.CO, TEXAS. waters follows tho same course, iike-4 tho rivers Rains falling on the sandy plains of tho northwest find their way. hotween fissures of rock into beds of- sand and gravel. This naturl filter rc niives every particlo of organic mat ter. When tappod hero, tho water has only a few harmless minerals in solution which it has picked up in its long underground route. The value of these wolls to Waoo and Texas i inestimable While wo have in the city tho best and oheapest water it may revolutionize fanning. Th farmer may tap an inexhauatablo res-4 oryoir to drenoh his crops, instead of. depending on tho tioklo Texas rains,- I am still in tho screen business and can furnish you all kinds and4 sizos of doors and window frames at bottom pi ices. 1 have a largo stock of Wagons, Buggies, Carriages and Road Carts, Barbed and plain wire. rMnrr "I !-,.. ..: a . t -t 1 1 .. r -r - - - . - . ,..,..B .im8UB, ..uiuy opwugs, grueu-Tent ior tne ceieoratea wnitman Jiay Press, ilcCormicks Binders and rust-proof wire cloth. In lawH--:imt Mowers. Deerinrr Binder nnrl ATnw.c nfr n;,l.c A Cf of t,n - -.. O , v-ww.v. ...v.i.i;, ,i..w -Mowers. Full supply extras kept on hand for all machines. Examine hose? Try my--iSyi,l K unuger. prices anu you win not ouy eisewnere. Cor. iindge tube hose. It-jmo-rirsr. otreeis, vvaco, texas. d&w First 2STa,tiona,l BsuriJs:, waco, : : tux as "CAPITAL, I60C.000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000. nuilWTUlta-K. Kotan, Wra. Cameron, Tom I'adgltt, J. ;K. IIobb, W.iV. Tort, W. M. Kellott, D. K. WalUce, W. B. Unnnlca, Win. Urenitodt, M. A Oooper . ESrAooonnt8 of Banks, ntnkere,Mrobant andothars arj aollolto't Wa possess narpainni acllltles for making oolloatlone. J. w. MANN, President. T. C. TIBBS, Vice-President. K. ROSE, Sec. and Treas, imm ice mm immmim oqmpuny, JA.S. ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL. -E. ECrft-lsr, - S-aperinteaaciejit mowers I can give you the best at the. lowest price, liavo you ever boo troubled with leaky solid seamless rubber will not loak. Yours for hardware, Ed. Strauss, Fourth and Mary Streets. Parrott Takes Charge. Headquarters Executive Com , ) Clark Campaign. Waco, Texas, April 19, '92. ) By resolution of the State Execu tive Committee Clark Campaign, this day, tho work of organizing the friends of Judge Clark in the several counties was placed in the hands of Col. R. B. Parrott, and all county chairman are requested to carry out his suggestions and correspond directly with him 'at this place. Felix H. Rohehtson. - t r t Shootingr Gallory. South side square Fine guns and best ammunition. Rare sport. All the crack shots frequent it. Open day and night. Polite attention. m W. E. DUPREE, Cider Jlaniifacliircr ami Dealer in grscultural Implements, BRUCEVILLE CLARK CLUB. r. o. w. uavld Meets W th the Voters and a Clark Club Is tho Result. Saturday night Mr. O W. David answered an invitation to address a meeting at Bruce He was promptly on hand and so was M. Y. Board, a rabid Hogg man. Board asked per mission to address the meeting, which was granted cheerfully and he spoke more than an hour. Mr. David then made a talk lor about three quarters of an hour. Mr. Board then asked all Hogg men to corao forward and or ganize, but not a man moved. It was then proposed by the veteran Demo crat, J. E Brown, Sr , that a Clark club be organized and 32 mombers were enrolled with J. E. Brown, Sr., president and L. P. Fields, secretary. A difficult and delicate surgical operation was successfully performed this morning at the Blackwell hotel by Dr D. C. Jones, assisted by Drs. M. L. Graves and Chas. A. Dreis. A very large sarcomatous tumor was taken out from a very tender part of the body. The name of the patient is Henry Henson, of San Antonio, and is quite an old man. He stood the painful operation bravely and hopes of his speedy recovety aro entertained. Mr. Henson, being a poor man, the operation was perform by the above named gentle men without hope of reward for their services, which act should receive the highest appreciation of all. Bon Garland dosires to inform his friends that he will bo pleased to see them at tho now oarriago house.