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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY APRIL 22 1892.
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We are selling
St,Louis Bottled Bser
PINTS $ 1 per Dozen
QUARTS Sr.bo
Return empty bottles and
we will pay for
PINTS i.sc per dozen
QUARTS 25c
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W. K. FINKS & CO
George Clark
Is gung to turn Texas hose and J.
II Shopi is already turning gr .cents
loose at prises neve b lore heard of
for spot cash.
JUST rillMv OK IT.
Mormon potatoes per bucket, only
25 ccn s
Sugar cured 1 aui upcanvi33cd only
11 cents.
Sugir cured shoulders uncanvessed
onh 10 cents
Beakfi-t ba:on uacanvASsed only
10 1 M cents
Sugar cured haws canvassed only
10 1 2 cents.
Gtaiiulatcd ugir stiil 20 pounds for
$1 00
First patent 11 mr per s-ack only $l 40
Arlmnkl 's and Lion coffda per pound
onlv ;2 l 2 rents.
Three pound can tomatoes standard
lull weight 10 ctnts.
Fresh enrn flakes 20 pounds for $1.
Scotch oats per package only 10 ots
Dried beef, best, per pound only
12 1 2 cents.
Meal por bushel only 50 cents.
J H Shope
Is boss on cigars and tobaoco, biggest
line in neo and lowest pnees Re.
momber 205 South Third street, third
house below" Franklin
Every duy a "-pcial sdedav.
About the 20th of this month
we will remove to 406 Aus
tin street, J. C. Stephenson's
old stand.
icLendon Bros.,
GROCERS-
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Merchant : Tailor.
If you want a first c'ass bus
iness or dress suit of fine new
brands of goods made in the
highest style of art with ele
gaut trimmings and perfect
workmanship and at reason
able prices, take your orders
to W A. Schaffer, the leading
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No 416 1-2 Austin St, Upstairs
Mr O A Lack is the cutter ol the
establishment.
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U1IS,
WALL PAPER
404 Austin Street,
ANOTHER
IUBD1
One Nogro Kills Another Near Har
rison. ALL ABOUT A FAITH LIS JS WIPE.
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lliniiu f Tiiiii olilunij cr anil lli
l.ilt-l'ii)i llio I'miilly I'llll I'ur
llnilurx of I lie It II 1 1 UK ."No Sur
prise lu Tlutoa tt lin Know lliu lit n
HIoii.
Another murder was committed this
morning, and the colored citizen
around Harrison station are in a state
of inicnso excitement. Fleming
Kstell was shot down by Tom WeiJa
injer. Both are colored men and
iveto tenants on the Harrison farm
nsar Harrison station. The killing
was not uncxped. For months Tom
Weidatnyor has protected aMnst the
frequeni visits i f E'toll at Ins house
and his intimacy hi h his wife. He
his talked with his white friend about
it time and again und in oomphiuing
ofiho trouble botwecn himse f and
Estell ho always said he was forced
on account of h s children
to romain at home with his
wife whom ho knew was untruo to him
and ho was determined to keep Estel.
away. Every effort, however, failedl
E9tell continued bis visits every op
portunity, he had and finady Woidu
myer went to Kitt-11 and told him that
if he ever caught him ia his house
again ho would kill him. A short
time hftor this Estel, it is said, way
laid Weidamyer in tho field one day
and cursed and abused him, holding in
tho mean time a six shooUr leveled a'
him. Weidiinyer was unarmed and
could not bo provoked into
a difficulty, which ho knew
would end in his death, so
the matter parsed oil without serious
trouble at that time.
One day last week Estell wis seeii
by Weidamyer leaving his house just
as he was approaohiug fiom the held
and arming hitn&elf, Weidamyer fol
lowed. E lell eluued him at thai
time aud tho killiug did cot take place
until th s morning,
NOT VET DEAD.
The details of tho difficulty thi
morning, which from later accounts has
not yet proven fatal to the wounded
man, are as follows:
Tom Weidamyer went to the field
this morning to work, as usual, ai,d
upon returning to the hou-e f und Es
telle there. As so.n as I'Ltolle saw
hicn ho put his hand in his bosom and
pulled his pistol, but belore ho could
uso it, Tom fired and shot off three of
the fingers of the hand in whioh he
held the pistol. Four moro shots were
fired in quick succession, one taking
eireot in the right arm, one in tho left
arm, and one in the left breast just be
low the heart. Five shots wcio fired,
ono of whioh did not take effect. Tom
immediately surrendered to Mr W. H
Abbott, tho manager of the John II
Harrison farm and Mr Henry Ash
burn, the merchant at Harrison. They
started to town with him, but before
thoy arrived here met Deputy Sheriff
Tom Madden to whom they turnded
over the prisoner. An examining
trial will be had tomorrow and it is
the ught tho offenee clearly a case
of jastifiablo homicide Tho amount of
bad required will doubtless bo small.
Estolle is not yot dead, but it is
thought ho cannot recover.
The weapons used are in tho pos
session of the officers. Tho one used
by Woi.lamyer is a14 calibre Reming
ton, and that of Estelle, which is
stained with bis blood, is a 33 Smith
and Wesson.
Merit Wins.
Wo desiro to Fay to our oitizons
that for jears wehavebeeu selling Dr.
King's Now Discovery for Consump
tion, Dr. K ng s New Life Pills, Buck
len's Arnica Salvo and E'cotric Bitttrs
and have never handl d remedies that
soil as well, or that have iven such
universal satisfaction. We do not
hesitate to guarantee them evory time
and we stand ready to refund the pur
chad) price, if satisfactory results do
not follow their uso. Theie romedios
have won their gieat popularity purely
on their merits.
W. B. MonnisoN & Co.,
Druggists.
Removal.
After to-day, April G, '95, the City
Fish market will bo at 00 1 Franklin
street, tho Corner Market. Como and
try mo. For cash I can supply you
with tho largest variety in town. Come
and get my cash prices, I can interest
you. Yours respectfully.
J. 0 Stafford,
Corner Market.
If vou woulJ piss 11 jilonsnnt hour
drop n at the in w place lor a gamoof
iulliards
or P011I. A ne.t, ploastit place, coo'
anil comfoiti' lo Drop m
Pool
Finest imported and domestic cigars
in the city. Always tho best is our
motto.
C:
igars
Dj not forgot tho pla.e No. 1 10 S.
Fourth street, next door to Telegraph
oflico.
W Moses, Proprietor.
ALL OVER TOWN
1 he Knight Templars have return
ed from the.r annual conclave at
(. orsicana.
Tho entertainment at the park to
night will be an umiassually enjoya
ble affair and will, doubtless, be wed
attended
Mr. M. B. Davis is confined at
home with a severe attack of rheum 1
tism and is suffering much pain. The
News wishes him a speedy recover).
Mr. Robert Thurman, well known
in this city, returned from Central
America, lie is much pleaded with
that country and thinks he will locate
there permanently
Street commissioner John McGhce
will cotnmeico in a few days to cut
down the hid on Clay street beyond
tho nititonurn aud the residents of
Bell's hill will be hapjy.
The San Antonio and Aransas Pass
has issued a new time ca. d taking
effect n-xt Monday. 1 he trains will
then leave at 7 a. m. instead of 5 a 111.
and will arrive at 1 1 p m.
The chapel of Biylor University
crowded last night. The occasion was
the annual humorous entertainment
of the Lone Star School of Oratory.
The audience was highly pleased.
The young ladies of the Waco Fe
male College entertained their friends
with a lawn party at the college la-t
ev ning. The affair was a pleasant one
and greatly enjoyed by all present
The game of base ball to be played
at Padgitt's Park next Sunday be
twe n Fort Worth's crack team and
the Lone Stars of Waco, will be an
interesting one and, doubtless, draw
a arge crowd.
1 he sh 10 ing ma'ch failed to come
off yesterday. The many other at
tractions were too grea. for the shoot
ers and theie was only a few present.
'I here were a few shots firca but no
matches were made.
Mr. W. Moses, 110 North Fourth
street has opened a protty little bil
liard parlor in the rear ot his pretty
cigar store. It is ono of tho neatest
and coolest plices in the city iri whioh
to pass a pleasant hour. Drop in on
him.
A great deal of interest is being
manifested in tho Bioycle club. Waco
Ihs quite a number of fine, riders and
numbers several ladies amoDg tho
number. The nest meeting ot te
club will be hold next Wodnesday
night at tho city hall.
The News editorial force was made
exceeding happy this afternoon by the
arrival of a delicious cake and a bask
et of sweetest flowers, compliments
of Me-dames Mi c'noll, Chase, Harne
and Page, of the College Heights
Sunday school. Many, many thanks,
ladies.
Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup.
This remedy is a euro cure for all
diswases of the Throat and Lungs,
caused by taking cold. It will stop a
cough in ono night, no mutter how
bevere.
It is just what its namo implies; an
onion syrup, compounded in suoh
maimer us to do away with the tin
pleasant tasto and odor of tho vegita
blo When in need of a euro for a oough
or cold, try it. Price 50 cents. Sold
by W. B. Morrison & Co.
Slow but sure ! Such has been tho
patronage of the eating department of
the Woman's Exohatigo, undor the
rainagemont of Mrs Davis, who has
had charge for tho past two months.
Tho dining 100m is filled two to three
times at noon eaoh day with a fair
patronago lor breakfast and supper.
Both men and women are invited.
Singly meals 35 cents Special rates
to regular boarders for one, two or
thiee meals daily. Lunches lurnished
to order from lOo up. Givo us a oall
and be convinoed. Woman's Ex
change, under New McClelland hotol,
113 North Fourth street.
"Whoever thinks a faultless piece to see,
Thinks what ne'er was,
Ne'er is nor, e'er will be.''
We will not claim for our Stock absolute perfection, but we
do not hc&itate to say that this Season's Stock embraces
so much of
Excelence and Superior Merit
That it would be difficult for the most fastidious to find the
semblance of a serious fault. Not only are our styles
and goods the
Latest, Richest and Best,
But we have business advantages and facilities that others
cannot claim, enabling us to quote always the
Lowest Possible Prices.
We occupy our own building
A
Per annum in rents and other expeuses
And it is easy for us to
Make Our Prices Low.
We invite your attention to our immense stock of
Cheval Bedroom Suits
At $20, $25.50, $25, $28.50, $30, $35, $40 and $45. These
goods are all Money Savers aud and embraces the latest
and most reliable styles.
fiTTT)
J J JLL
We are showing the only complete assortment of these
goods in the city aud our prices are the lowest. See what we
can show j'oii in $16, $20, $25, $30 and $35 boards. We
are firm in the faith that you can find
1
No Better Values
Gos
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9 OUR
30SHEN COM
FOLDING BED
Is a Raging Success. In point of
STYLE and CONVENIENCE
We think this bed is without a rival and our customers are
daily adding their endorsement to our" opinion.
And you should see our stock
OUR FINE $40
Are all sold but we will have another shipment very soon
and we will offer a few
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You will find some very desirable styles in this line and wi
find that our prices cannot be duplicated.
QUALITY ALWAYS FIRST.
Price, in Every Instance, the
Very Lowest.
Waco Furniture Company,
Cor. Sixth and Jackson,
and save
CiiinfcaH
Thau these.
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a
GREAT
BINfiTION
TS?S3
e-5i?a
without delay.
near Waco Lumber Co.
SIDEBOARDS
UPRIGHT FOLDING BEOS
$50

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