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VOL. 4. NO. 244.
WACO. TEX&S, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 23 1892
5' Cents tor Month
FIRE AT HENRIETTA.
A Number of Business Houses
IVEoiiL9 3EMitlo lioe6
Wc will sell this week Lilly, Brackett & Co's. Men's Fine Hand
Sewed Shoes, all styles and Leathers, at only
&4.50 a Fair
Lilly, Brackett & Co's. Men's Fine Low Quarter Shoes, all
styles and leathers, at only
Henrietta, April 23 A fire oo
curred here this morninn and the fol
lowing firms suffered great lo9s:
Aloorn & Doiighlas, dry poods;
Bornum & Douly, groceries; Divis,
groceries.; M L ll.iddoek,iniplcmenta;
Wm. Jacobs, general merchandise;
Johnscn & Co , groceries; Reuben V.
Logan, groceries; C L. Minstrot, dry
goods; D. C Patton, furniture. The
damage to tho above firms could not
be learned nor tha insnranec.
i.T5 a Fair,
This week special sale of Fine Trunks Common Sense Trunks,
all sizes, Saratoga Trunks all sizes and styles, regular prices from
15.00 to $18.00, at only
This is a rare chance to procure a fine trunk at a low price
We are overstocked, hence the reduction.
KCAi,iii;i to on.vrii.
A nilatnurl J'ur.lIK' I'liMcougGr Truiii
IJy Aesociitel l'rcB to Tlie Newe.
Atchison, Kas., April 23. Pass
enger train No. 4, Missouri Paoifio
road, was ditched yesterday near
Nebraski city. Piremau Oha3. Meyers
was (scalded to death beneath the en
pine. Engineer Miko Allen was badlv
scalded and it is believed ho will dio
Mail and baggage ears wero thrown
from tho track but not damaged.
soi. ii o.v tiii: iti.ocit.
Ladies and Admirers of Beauty:
We have it in our power to make a little
Paradise of your Parlor or Bed-room.
We are going to show and sell at special low prices for the
coming week the most complete line of Curtains ever shown in
We make a specialty of
Silk Over Drap
Call and examine our line of
Three JVrfrro Men and Olio Womtiii
Sold aw Vn e r ill s .
Hj Associated Trees to The Nowb.
Fayktte, Md., April 23. There
has been another salo of negro vag
rants, three men and one woman. Ono
man sold for $7 for sixty duys work,
two others lor $4 for thirty days work
and tho woman for $12 for two months
labor. The Bale was on tho block.
t$T A P 1 4T ET E3
Ho Fell Head.
By Apbo latcd Prcis to The Nowb.
Washington, April 23. James II.
Mandeville, a well known lawyer of
this city fell dead yesterday. Ho was
a native of Now York and is fifty
years of age.
London, April 23 An American
named Rosenburg, who has recently
been plunging at Monte Carlo, is re
ported as havinp committed suicide
IRISH POINT CURTAINS.
Special prices for this week $4.65, $5.85, 7.40 and $9.90 a
pnir. These are beautiful goods.
You should see our specials in
Having condluded not to remain In tho jewelry business, T will ofler for
sale the ontlro stock formerly owned by I). Domnuu & Bro., 824 Austin avo,
nue, opposite McClolInnd liotol, at public auction regardless of cost or yaluo
and without rosorve, to tho highest bidder.
Sinntiinrrd In a Sand Slide.
Toronto Out., April 23. While
some boys were playing in a sard pile
a blido occurred covering a portion of
tho p t at a depth of two feet.smothor
ing three boys.
- This Stock, The Largest
AX1 MOST COMl'J.V.Ti: IX THK CITY, OOXS1STS Ol'
T&mionds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, Opera and Field
Glasses, Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Canes and Umbrel
las, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Gold Pens and
Holders, Albums, Pocketbooks,
""" Purses and Novelties.
EverjiMni FertaiDini to a First-class JtwliyEitaMMiiot.
The sale will continue from dny to day until the entlro stock is disposed of
Now is tho time to procure bargains.
L NEWBURG, Proprietor.
JBRO wkt & CO,
By AbsocI ited Pro'Bto Tlie Nowb.
Washington, April 23 East Texas
general fair weather Sunday afternoon,
winds becoming southerly.
Hogg and Commission Club.
List Thursday evening at tho store
house of Mr. W. P. Sparks, about eight
miles below tho city of Waco, a Hogg
and Commission club was formed en
rolling twentytwo members. Cnpt.
Jack S Long was elected president
and W. A. Pugh secretary. Resolu
tions wero adopted to the effect that,
Whereas, Tho commission, so far,
has been fruitful of good 111 the way of
lessening the burdens upon the peoplo
and affording the railways a greater
amount of trtffio, and that it is yet in
its infanoy and an experiment and
that the peoplo want it to have a fair
trial and would never be satisfied if it
proved a failure in the hands of its
Therefore, Be it resolved that we
favor tho greatest exponent and friond
of tho commission, James S. Hogg for
govornor.and believe that by precedent
ho is entitled to a seoond term and wo
hcariilj indorse his administration as
foarless and honest, and plodgo our
selves to use all honorable mcaus to
secure his ro-cleotion. Bo it
Ik-solved, that The Waoo News
in its daily and weekly issuo bo re
quested to publish these resolutions.
At 52.50, 3. 25, $3.50 and $4.75 a pair.
If you want a beauty in BRTJSSELLS CURTAINS buy our
special a- $7.90. This curtain is four yards long. Wc can give you
any price you wish in Nottingham's Curtains from 70c to $6.00 a
pair. Can make you up shades of Opaques or
KING'S SCOTCH HOLLANDS,
all the latest color-. Be sure to examine our stock and remember
these prices are for THIS WEEK ONLY.
Bear in mind that we still keep
Men's Youth's and (Boys' Clothing,
and at lowest prices.
Specials for tills Week in Our Gents' Room.
A Genuine Ilemsdorf's Fast Black Half Hose for 15c a pair.
A Hemstitched Cambric Colored Bordered large size Handker
chief for 1 5c each. See them in our window.
. vr uuu
500, 502 and 504 Austin Street
BROOKS & CO'
$1.50 SPECIAL i.o
Greatest Shirt Sale. Ever Known in IJ'aco.
Our Entire Stock of Puff Bosom Shirts, forty-two distinct styles,
including $1 .75, $2 and $2.50 goods,
Ed. Long and Tom Jones wero
convicted today in tho district court
f r the theft of goods of over $20 in
value, the firtt ai principal and tho
latter as accomplice, and were givon
five years each in tho penitentiary.
This is Long's third conviction for
theft during tho present term of court
and his punishment aggregates 12
years in the pen.
A Card of Thanks.
The lady managers of the College
Heights Sunday school embrace this
method of tendering their sincero
thanks to all ladies and gentlemen of
Waco and vicinity who so generously
aided them in making the picnic on
San Jacinto day so complete a suc
cess. We would like to mention, by
name, the many whose services were
oonspicuous, but that would lengthen
this card too much, too great praise,
however, cannot be awarded to the
press of Waco, the Hi bson Line, Mr.
Love, the orator of the day, and tho
ladies on the platfoim.
A New Establishment.
A now matrces factory, to bo known
as tho Dennis Manufacturing corn
pany, will bogin operations at tho
Willis building, South Fourth street,
May 1, with a new outfit, consif ting of
every conceivable picco of improvod
machinery necessary to iun an estab
lishment of tho kind and a full forco
ofoompotcnt workmon to operate it.
This, as well as all other manufactur
ing enterprises should reccivo tho en
couragomout of all who feel an interest
in Waoo as the future great manu
facturing center of Texas.
Our Boda Wator
is unsurpa8ed, "Get the best,"
Thu Oii CoiiNEit Dnuo Stork.
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