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THE WACO NKW3, THURSDAY APRIL 21 i892.
8
GOLDST
press Goods.
Wc show the greatest variety of
new novel patterns in all kinds of
dress goods Challies, fine combi
nations, silks and satins, French
novelties, lawn batistes and ging
hams.
Q Qn Tuesday 50 pieces I3a
0 luui.1'803 Challies and Zeph
yrs 10 to 12 I-2C at 8 1-2 cents a
yard.
EVGllillg" A full line of eve-
Shades. ni"g shacIe dress
goods at special prices for this
week. Also a line Chepe D'Chi
ncs, Surahs and India Silks.
The Of that fine Sheer
Balance white India Lavvn
worth 25c is going rapidly at 15c
a yard.
Have you seen our new
spring stock? If not, why
not? Is style, quality and low
prices n object. We are 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.
QOAP - - - -
COLGrATBS We 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-j
rine and vaseline at low prices.
We will sell I
.Ladies' fine
Percale and White Waists worth
gi each at 39c each. Only 2 to!
one customer. J
THIS We will sell Ladies'
WEEK Leather Belts worth
50c to 75c at 25c only.
oyi n We wil1 sel1 Fancy 4-4
IsWl Table Covers worth 50c
at just 24c
tVMBJBBURWOH
OUSEKEEPERS
H
This Week
Fifty dozen
Check Napkins,
worth 50c a dozen, at 34c a doz.
Fine double Fringed Bleached
Damask Towels, worth 50c at 33c
Heavy Bath Towels:
WORTH 15c, at 10c
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
ioc. at 12 1 -2c a yard tins week.
imiiiiwaH'iT' .. ..hiw
Table Linen.
We offer splendid Co and 65c
cent values in Red and Bleached
Table Linens this week at 49c a
yard.
Qpmonc Takc elcvator l
OulCCIIu our second floor and
and buy an Easel or Screen
PqqqIq at bargain prices.
LdOUlOl Qtraw Matting- and
Carpets low.
TUESDAY,
l. Tuesday we vi ill sell 50
handsome silkahne filled
screens, worth $1.50. at only S5C.
Only one to each customer.
PERSONAL.
Col. A. Watson of Marlin, is at the
Pacific;
Mr Dade Frost of AVortham'sllend,
is iu the city.
Mr. L. G. Scott of tho Cotton Bolt,
is in tho city.
Mr. V. D. Riser of Marlin, is a
guest of tho Pacific.
Mr, V. H. Cogswell of Dallas, is iu
tlie city and guest of the lloyal.
Mr. A. W. WilliauiP, a prominent
citizen of Gtesvillo is autographed at
the Now McCltllatid.
Ladies' Silk Waists.
Worth $7.50 at even $5.00.
GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL.
Hotol ArrlvalB.
AT THE l'AOino.
E II Hatch, Dallas, K 13 Weiel,
oitv; L 0 Novell, S S Shaw, E N
La'dd, W F Dartlett, W S Grime, 0
A Hyde, II W Chapman, Jno Abbott,
Davo Ohilds, Now York; Judgo Frank
Bakor, tho Hub; M E Weil, C F
Locsoh, E J Owens, Now York, M N
Gentry, Ark; A M Montcath, Boltonj
D W MoGlasson.TrovjJohn E Elgin,
Hockport; J F Woniblc, Walnut; J
E Blaokmiss, MoGregor; J W Cart
wright, Ft Worth, D L Chasoy, Chat
tanooga; J W Armstrong, San An
tonio; J W Young, Dallas; G Prcssals,
Austin; 11 M Bennott, San
Antonio; J T Humphry, Dallas;
R M Boyles, Lynchburg; Goo E Mo
Kean, Philadelphia, Pa, J A Thomas,
Chioago; J F Casey, Boton. Peter
MoGeorgh, Cinoinnati; L F Wilson
and wife, Kansas City, A L Adams,
Gatcsvillo; K S Wood, McGregor E
B Baggott, Belton, F M Marthews,
Chicago; M S Michael, Now Orleans;
Frank Starr, New Orleans; II Mher,
Galveston; Louis II Fibel, Now York
Miss M J Evens, Miss Frauds Dobbs,
Tyler, A S Ashcr, Burmingham, J F
Harvey, Austin; A A Vurdcll, Chi
cago, J P Glenn, West, Tex, J R
Polos, Dallas, II D Jones, McGregor;
J G Kirby, Dallas; Sol Peritz," St
Louis; J H Shelly, Dallas; J W Wil
son, Fort Worth; W H Birmaa, St
Louis, Geo W Richardson, Waco!
Chas Ryan, Will Simmons, city; Z L
Pettigrew, MoGregor, Geo Worley,
Cotton Belt; S D Block, Waco; T D
Thomas, McGregor; P P McManns,
St Louis; Chas Chapman, Baltimore;
I C Midleton. Dalhs; HLL Kniffin,
Dallas; J W Hommack, Gatesville; H
S Ralston, Scotland; Henry Ball.
Dalits, J C Moore, Baltimore; C W
Saunders, Richmond.Va, P GGoodon,
New York City railroad; Col A E
Watson, W A Kizer, Marlin.
T7i9u (jet ifJieyis
Just the same,
AND SO DOES
Gvwrkto. Son?.
MADE ONtY BY
N.K.FAIRBANK&.CO. St Louis.
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CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
WACO. - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS.
DIEBOTOBS.
J B MoLittNDON. President.
W. D. LAOY,
c. h. niaaiNsoH,
.$ioo,oor
,$io6,oo(
J T. DAVIB, VI o .president
J. E. PABKXt.,
THOS. P. ABKEL.
L B. HLAOK. Caehl'i
OAUTIELD,
Aoooantf of binki. bankers, merchants, faxmora. meohtnlci ani other oImpos sollolted.
py as much nttent on to saial aooounta as large inei. We give personal nd special attentloj
to our oolleatton department, and remit ady of pymoat. Exoh-inge bought and sola 01
all the prtnolpal pnlnta of the United States and Eur ore.
GEO. WILLIG,
REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT.
Money to Loan on Farms, Ranchet, and all Kindt of City Properly, at Low Rate! of Interett
and in Amouatt to Suit
OFFICE: Room No. 10, Provident Building, First Floor.
The Kellui & Rotan Investment Go.
-401 1-2 -Au-uLstlrL St.
GAJElTAJLf $50,000.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms,
Conespondencc solicited.
Halr-Dresslntr.
I have secured the serWies of Mies
Gjitle Davis of New York Clt, , la
dles' uitlitic hair dresser. Bangs
cut and curled and ba'r drcsee 1 In
the litest s jles Children's hair
cut, shampooing, hair dried in ten
minutes with dryor Hair raado to
order, wlge, bangs, braids, etc
MRS. B. J. DOSS,
400 AUSTIN ST.
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WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD,
In fact, every tiling you need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish
ment of
CURTI
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
S a 0RAND
li Botak, President
Wat. Oaxhbon, -Vice President!.
Ton PADOtTT. )
.7. K, Bos, Csthler
A 'li. Iii'owx, VAsalatant
) Cashier.
WACO, : : TEXAS
CAPITAL, 500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, J85.000.
nniKOTOltaK. Eotan, Wm, Cameron, Tom Padgltt. J. ;K. Rose, W. V. tort, W. M.
Vellott, I). U. WalUco, W. R. Dnnnlca, Wm. llremtodt, M. A. Cooper.
K5ry"Aoooanta of Banks, Bankers, Merohants and others are aollolted We possess uurpmoni
Acllltles for making oolleotlons.
J. W. MANN,
President.
T. C. TIBBS,
Vice-President.
J. K. ROSE,
Sec. and Treas,
WSGD ICE UNO qEFRIGEpTBNG BQMPMY,
ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL.
ar-S. IE. BC3--SuiT, - S-u.porin.tend.oiit
Whhat I Know About Hardware
and Our Artesian Wells.
There is no doubt that our artesian
water comes from a higher level than
tho highest point in and around Waco
for water positively refuses to run up
hill of its own accord. As tho slope
of the oountry is from northwest to
to southeast, there are strong grounds
to believe that the underground
waters follows tho same course, like
tho riverj Rains falling on the sandy
plains of tho northwest find their way
botween fissures of rock into beds of
aand and gravel, This naturl filter re
mtves every partiolo of organic mat
ter. When tappod hero, tho water
has only a few harmless minerals in
solution which it has pioked up in Us
long underground route. The value
of these wells to Waoo and Texas is
inestimable. While wo havo in the
city tho best and oheapest water it
mav revolutionize farminp. Thn
farmer may tap an inexhaustablo res
ervoir 10 arenon nis crops, instead ol
uepenuing on the HokIo Texas rams.
I am still in the screen business
and can furnish you all kinds and
sizos of doors and window frames at
bottom niices. I havo a larco stonk nf
spring hinges, Toroy springs, green
ana rust-prooi wiro oloth. In lawn
mowers I oan give you the best at the
lowest price Havo you ever beon
troubled with leaky "hose? Try my
solid soamlesa rubber tubo hoso. It
will not leak.
Yours for hardware,
1 Ed. Strauss,
fourth and Mary Streets.
Bon Garland desires to inform his
friends that he will bo pleased to see
them at tho now carriage house.
W. E. DUPREE,
Cider Miuiiifaetiircr and Dealer in
Agricultural Implements
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages and Road Carts, Barbed and plain wire.
Agent for the celebrated Whitman Hay Press, McCormick's Binders
and Mowers, Deering Binders and Mowe's, 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
IT SAVED HIS LIFE.
What Padgltt's Hot Baths Did for a
New Yorker.
Waco, Texus, April 14. 18o2.
Tom Podgitt, Esq ;
Dear Sir. 1 anived in vour oitv
last November with inflamma ory
rheumatism, my lungs also beiDt? af
fected with rheumatic fever. 1 was
given up to dio and sent to Texas to
prolong my lifo. Hearing of tho ben
efits dorived from the artesian baths in
your natatorium, I went through a
courso of twenty-one baths. Beforo I
undertook to tnko tho baths I weighed
100 pounds, was very sick, with a poor
appotite. After tho tenth bath I could
cat four good meals every day. 1
woigh today 12U pound, am in tho
best of health and will start for New
York June, thanking you and all
the people in Waco for the benefit I
derived in your city since I havo been
here. Very respectfully,
Jamub Giiekhy.
137 East 117th St., New York City.
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COUNTY COUKT.
A oivil case styled N, D. Storms vs.
Tho Southern California Insuranoo
company is on trial today in tho coun
ty court. This is a suit brought to
rocovcr 400 insuranoe on plaintiffs
furniture dostroyed by firo. Tho
plaintiff is represented by Uol. W. M.
Flournoy, Capt. H. C. Liudsey and
Maj K A. MoKinnoy and tho de
fondants by S. L. Samuels, Esq.
1 a
Don't fail to try a bottlo of J. A.
Early's 25 cent California darot.
The Advantages of Buying From
Us Are:
Wo are cash buyers, havo theohoice
of tho entire Piano industry to teleot
from; wo are agents for the best first
class instruments as well as tho best
medium grade, we do a larger busi
ness than the other sixty doalers in
Texas combined; wo havo been cstab
lisned over twonty-fivo years and can
not afford to jeopardize our good
namo by misrepresenting the quality
ot instruments, or taking advantage
of any one for tho sake of gaining a
few dollars, wo are in business to stay;
we do not ask for notes on time sales,
our largo business enables us to give
better value" for less money man small
dealers, our guarantoo is absolute
safety, and protection to bnyers. Our
responsibility unquestioned. Wo vill
mail catalogues and piioo lists, and
courteously answer all correspondence.
Thos. Googan & Buo.
a
Hundreds of fathers who aro do
buying medicino lor their babies a
the Old Cornor drug store, themEelvos
took medicino bought for thera'at the
samo old oorner by their fathers when
thoy wore ohildron. Things come and
go but tho Old Corner drug store re
mains forever.
""4P you would be well dressed
-- give your orders to the
Gabort Bros., the leading tailors. They
carry the biggest stook ot new spring
Roods in Central Texas, and havo all
tho latest styles.
.
Shooting Gallery, south side square
open day and night. Drop iu .
JHLiBlfJaff

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