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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY APRIL 23 i892.
8 Foil UKNT -A 7 room coltnee No, S09 AttRtln BVfiini-. cor. l'.lKlith O W Oooilwyn isil CI y street or Ilcll.V Simiumn, 3-3'J-l w press Goods. We show the greatest variety of new novel patterns in all kinds of dress goods Challics, fine combi nations, silks and satins, French novelties, lawn batistes and ging hams. 810 Tuesday 50 pieces Ba '"j.,tistes Challics and Zeph yrs 10 to 12 i-2c at S 1-2 cents a yard. Evening" A full line of eve- Shades. nil,g shadc drcss 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 Lawn 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 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. CQAP - - - - COL-GATES Wc have just Soap. received a small lot of several thousand cakes of I Colgatcs Fine Toilet Soaps. The j regular prices are ioc to 50c. I This week 4c to 33c. a cake. Fine perfumeries, toilet powder, glyce- rinc and vaseline at low prices. TUESDAY, We will sell .Ladies' fine Percale and White Waists worth $1 each at 39c each. Only 2 to one customer. GOLDSTEIN GEO. WILLIG, REAL ESTATE, FIRE 1MSURANGE AND LOAN AGENT. Money to Loan on Farms, Ranches, and all Kindt of City Properly, at Low Rates of Interest and in Amouats to Suit OFFICE: Eoom No 10, Provident Building, First Floor. The Mum & Man Investment Co. -S:Ol 1-2 -.-uLstln st OAXITPiJL, $0,000. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. J. W. MANN, President vmcd ige urn mmmim company, ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL. 0A.S. B. E(3-.2STT - CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $100,001 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106,001 IDIIEIEJOTOIRS. J B MoLKNDON. President. W. D. LACY, 0. H. HIQU1N80N, J. T. DWra, Vice-president J. E. FABKW, THOS. P. ABEEL, Account of banks, btnkeri, merohantn, farmnrs. mechanics aud othor olasseu sollolted. V pay as much Httent on tosmal aoooi'nta as large ones. We gtvepurfionul and ipeolttl attentlo) to our oolleottond rartment,and ro iUn day of payment. Exohnge bouRht and soldo all thr prlnolpnlpolntnof tho United tatoH and Europe. K. Botav, I'reMdent Vm. Cambuon, !-Ylce Preetilenti. Tom Padoitt. ) First ISTa-tiorxa,! SsumJls:, WACO, : : TEXAS CAPITAL, I60C ,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000. nrnnOTOUN-K. Botan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Padgitt, J. ;K. Uoee, W. V. Tort, W. M. Kellett, U U. WalUco, W. It. Dnnnlca, win. llreustedt, M. A. llcuper tSyAooounta of Uanks, Binkers, ilorohauti andotnersare eollolted Wo pofeees nurpamni Acllltlea for making collections. THIS We will sell Ladies' WEEK Leather Belts worth 50c to 75c at 25c only. n R n We will sell Fancy 4-4 Ihb Table Covers worth 50c at just 24 c H OUSEKEEPERS 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 ioc. WORTH 25c at 15c WORTH 35c, at 22 i-2c. WO RT 1 1 51 0 c. Jjc. t A Drive Good, heavy Half Bleach Linen Crash, worth 10c. 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-2C a yard tins weeK Table Linen. Wc offer splendid Co and 65 c cent values in Red and Bleached Table Linens this week at 49c a yard. propnQ Takc elcvator t0 Obluullo our second floor and And buy an Easel or Screen FhQPIq at bargain prices. LdOUlOt Straw Matting and Carpets low. QTn Tuesday wc will sell 50 Q(J(, handsome silkaline filled screens, worth $1.50, at only S5C Only one to each customer. Ladies' Silk Waists. Worth $7.50 at even 5.00. & MIGEL. T. C. TIBBS, J. K. ROSE, Vice-President. Sec. and Treas. Superintendent L H. BLACK, Csehl. OAUriELD, J. K, Ko, Caihlm. A I.. BuowN, VAaslstant 1 Cashlor. PERSON L. Mr. W. P. Mills of Memphis, is in the city. Mr. .Rhodes Fislior of Austin, is a guest of tho Royal. Mr. Frank IJ. Stanly of Fort Worth, is a guc3t of the Pao'fic. Mr. G. A. Knight, jr., of Dallas, is quartered at tho New McUJelluud. Miss Rena Slayden is visiting Mrs S. W. Slayden on Austin Avenue. gjjMr. Robert M. Hart of Dallas, is registered at tho Now MeUlelhud. Mr. W. A. Tuloy, traveling paf- sengcr agent ol tho Sant.i Fc routo, is in the city. Mr. Tern MoCandlo.'P, tnvcling representative of tho Southern Pacific, was in tho city today. Mrs. J. P. Padgitt and family of Dallas is in the city and are the guests of Mrs. and Mr. W H. Jones Mr. F. Gaither of Au'tin, son of Col. J. C. Gaither of Falls county, candidate for state sonator, is in tho city. Cant. M. B. Davis is confined to his bed with an attack of rheumatism His many friends hope t see him out again soon. Mr. J. C. Pendleton has just return ed from attendance upon the Texas Veteran convention at Lampasas. A splendid time was eDJoyed. Mr. W. A. McConnell, advance agent for the Katie Euimett company is in tho oity. He is making his head quarters at the New Mc Clelland. Mr. B. Frank Corey, who has been visiting his brother, Will Corey, this week, left today for his home in Chi cago. Mr. Corey is a very affable gen tleman and made many friends dunnjr his stay in the city Hair-Dressing. 1 have te tired thR nor. lies of Mlrs Oeitle D.ivia of New York Clt .lo llies' uiti.lJc bnlr dresser. Bangs cut and curled and ha r dreeeo I 1 1 the Htest sjlea. Children' lmlr cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten mluuteswithdrjcr Hair made to order, lj(, bangs, braids, etc. MRS. LS. J. DOSS, 400 2 AUSTIN ST. Whhat 1 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 country is from northwest to to southeast, there are strong grounds to believe that the underground waters follows tho same course, like tho rivers Rains falling on the tandy plains of tho northwest find their way botween fissures of rock into beds of Hand and gravel. This naturl filter ro uiives every particle of organic mat ter. When tapped here, the water has only a few harmless minerals in solution which it has pioked up in its long underground route. The value of these wolls to Waco and Texas is inestimable. While wo havo in the city the best and oheapest water it may revolutionize farming. The farmer may tap an inexhaustablo res ervoir to drenoh his crops, instead of depending on the t'ioklo i'esas rains. I am still in the screen business and can furnish you all kinds and sizos of doors and window frames at bottom piices. I havo a largo stock of spring hinges, Torey springs, green and rust-proof wire cloth. In lawn mowers I can give you the best at the lowest price. Havo you ever been troubled with leaky hose? Try my solid seamless rubber tubo hose. It will not loak. Yours for hardware, Ed. Strauss, Fourth and Mary Streets. Thero was an error in tho location of tho pavillion as stated in The News yestorday. It is to bo located at Twenty. eighth street and Sanger avonuo instead of Eighteenth stroet. Master Ollio, tho three yoar old son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lippencote, who are stopping at tho Now McClel land hotel, ran oh" this morning and canno: bo found. Mrs. L. telegraphed her husband at noon today at Tyler to oomo homo at once and assist in tho search for tho littlo runaway. This is the second timo he has taken frenoh leave and seems to take a delight in travel, uis motiier is very much distressed. AND SO DOES VAJNBETO. MADE ONLY BY N.K.FA1RBANK&C0. St. Louis. no 2 to& E o ! iSIL i hi 5 1 IhtI Iu fact, everything you need for 3'our house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of Nos. 420 and 425 Austin W, E. DUPREE, Cider MiiiiuTiicliircr 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 WORLD'S FAIR ENTERTAINMENT. One of the Grandest Social Events of the Season. In responso to the invitations sent out by Mrs Branson and Miss Friend a largo audienco gathered at Padgitt's park Ian night Tho evening's ontor tainment consisted of a number of national danoes performed by chil dren. The littlo tots in thoir showy costumes of foreign countries and by gono days, dunce thoir way into the hearts of the audienco. Every feature on tho programme was encorcu, anu somo ot tuem two or three times, and it seemed sometimes as if the audionco could not bo sati ited The tableaux were vorv fine and st mo wonderfully sinking effeits wero pro duced. After tho conclusion of the programmo Booker's orchestra took tho stago and such of the audience as cared to whilo awy a couple of hours or more in dancing. The ladies who bavo shown so much e ittrpnso and executive ability in getting up tho af fair deserve great oredit. "They have given ouo ol the must enjoyable enter tainments of tho season and havo net ted a handsome sum for tho World's Fair fund. Thero is a plan on foot to have tho entertainment ropoated. m New Branch Started. Waoo Steam laundry has opened a Branch ollioo at Moses oiirar stand 110 South Fourth streot, Bankers' row. All orders loft will be promptly at tended to. Dwyro & Brooks, tho house mov ers. Office 209 South Sixth street. Drop in your orders. Just the same, tOk?. 00 o m s s a. t cj i o en c OO 03 BE UNDERSOLD. Ave., WACO, TEXAS. Turning Her Loose. A firm in New York has purohased 50,000 copies of the pong "Turn Toxae Loose" and will put them on sale throughout tho country. The words to this song wero writton by Prof. C. C. De Zouohe of this oity, for Thos. Goggan & Ilro.. of Galveston. An ent-ruinment will be given at College Ciiapel tonight by Mrs. Lassctor, principal of tho elooution de partment of the Methodist Female college. An old, doorepid and destitute man, who was a member of the Louisiana Tiger llilles during tho war, nppliod last night to Pat. Cleburne Camp for assistance to enable him to reaoh the Confederate horns at Austin Ho waB kindly furnished a tiokot and oxponso money for tho trip and went on his way rejoioing. There was an unaccountable rumor started today that the infant child of Airs. Cross, tho soldier's widow who died some time go, had cono to join its mother The rumor' has caused some trouble to the estimable lady who adopted the little one, for in its short existance it has never been in better health than it is at present. The members of Waco Command ory, No. 10, Knights Templar, who have been in attendance upon 'ho mee'ing of the GrandCommandery at Corsicana, returned home last night and report a grand time had. Bev. Dr. Carpenter, of Sherman, who has served so long as Grand Prelate, was again chosen to fill that important posit'.on.