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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY APJFLIL 25 i892.
8 GOLDSTEIN & - jyilGEL. Lowest Prices on Earth! Crepe de Chine 50 O-eixIrss at 59 cts. Tuesday Only one pattern to a customer 41 0 fTO Apron check "L Ulu. Ginghams worth S i-2ca yard, at 4 1-2 cents Tuesday. Only 10 yards to one customer. Table Oil s picces and pat" r u h t tcrns ' cotn blOth 14C worth 35c, at 14c a yard Tuesday. Only one cloth to a customer. INFANTS 25c CAPS. Infants Silk Caps, worth 50c, at 25c. In fants fine Silk Caps at 50 to $1.00, worth 5i to $2. This week. TUGSdclV Lonsdale blcach- ing, worth 10c, at 67-80.-1 yard Tuesday. Only 10 yards to one custumer. RUSTS Large Goatskin " white or black, $4, at $2.99 this week. Rugs, worth SPECIAL CARPET OFFER. This week we will sell you a Body Brussel of Moguette Carpet for less than regular price, and make it, lay it and line it FREE. This will save you from $10 to $15 on a carpet. dirtainS Special display of new designs in Lace Bed Sets, Lace Curtains and Foteries. BEWARE of old stocks and styles. Buy new goods from us and you will save money by it. GOLDSTEIN GEO. WILLIG, REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT. Msney lo Loan on Farmi, Ranchet, and all Kindt of City Property, at Low Rates of Intereit and in Amouata to Suit. OFFICE: Room No. 10, Proviilent Building, First Floor. The Kellum & Rotan Investment Co. 01 1-2 -Au-uLstln St. OAFI'IVAJL, $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. J. W. MANN, President. T. C. TIBBS, Vice-President. mnm ice um wm&mim ooripiny, ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL. 3uS. IE. ZEGrnsr, - S-aper5jaten.ca.erLt CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $ioo,oo. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106 oor DIKBOTORS. J. B. MoLKHDON, FreBldent. W. D. XjAOY, 0. n. mauiN30N, J. T. DAVI8, Vloe. president. J. K. PAHKWR, THOS. l. ABKKL, Acoountsof banUi, bankers, merohauU, farmsrt. meohantcs and othnr olaasea solicited . V paFSSinuch attention to smal aooounta as largo onen. Wo gtveiwrsonal and speolal attentlo) to our collection i department, and re ntton day of payment. Eicaange bought and sold 01 all the prtnolpalpolnU of tho Dnltod States and Europe. K Kotan, President Vm. Oamhbon, VVIce Presidents. Tom 1'adqitt. ) WACO, : : TEXAS OA.PITAL, 1600 ,O00. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. 185,000. DIBBOTOItH-K. Eotan, Wm. Camoron. Tom Padgitt, J. ;K. Rose, W. V. Fort, W. M. Sellett, H. It. Wallace, W. B. Dnnnlca, Wm. Uremtedt, m! A, Cooper tarAoooants or Banks, Bankers, Merchant! and other are sollolted We pot less unrpaiitni adlltlee for making oolleotlons. TIM tjejk:. LillllCS li IllSlS blue and black white striped waists, worth 50c, at 34 cents this week. Ladies' skirts and percale waists worth 65 cents, at 44 cents. Ladies' very fine waists in hand some patterns, worth $1.25 and $1.50, at only 99 cents this week. Boys' red and blue waists, worth 50 cents, at 35 cents this week. MiSSes' VeStS Misses summer vests, worth 15 cents, at S 1-3 cents this week. Kq Sanford's Mucilage, worth 10c, at S cents a bottle. Sanford's Inks, worth 10c, at 5c a bottle. Imperial Shoe Dressing, worth 15c, at S cents a bottle. Colgate's Toilet Soaps, worth 10c, at 5 cents a cake. Sailor Hats j ?; 25 cents, at 15 cents. Lace Straw Flats in black and colors, worth 1 5 cents, at only 39c. 4 7-8 cts. FaSt rcd Printed oil calicoes worth 9 cents a yard at 4 7-8 cents, from 1 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock each day this week. Warning! We are sole agents in Waco for Lilly Brackett & Co's. men's fine shoes and you cannot get them from anybody else unless they are second hand goods bought from some country store. Don't buy old shoes in old styles under a good brand when we sell you the same goods new and stylish, and every pair warranted. & MIGEL, J. K. ROSE, Sec. and Treas, L B. ULACK, Oashltl OAOriKLD, J. E, Boss, Caihler. A'.L. Iinowx, Assistant Cashlor. PERSONAL. Mr. A. P. Scott of Austin is in the city. Mr. Phil Greenwall of Fort Worth is at the Royal, Treasurer George Auzy,of the Dal las Opera House, is in the city. He is stopping at the Hotel Hoyal Mr. John II. Sargont of St. Loum, odc of the most popular traveling irniti on the road, is at the Hoyal Mr. II. Wirt Brown, who has boon chief olork of the New McClelland for several years, has resigned, and left yesterday for Richmond, Va. "Annie Rooney," of tho West Titnos, was in the oity yesterday blink ing hands with his many frionds and doing tho town generally. Tho many frionds of Mr. S. Kirkoy's family will regret to loar that Mr. Kirksey is very low an" hardly expected to recover. Hotel Arrivals. At the l'Acmc. W (t Worath, Syracuso, N Y; E R Mocks, Fort Worth; E B Wicl, W C Lyons, city; C W Cohen, New Orleans; Henry Boll, Dallas; W H Burman, Dallas; F M Martin, Chicago, J F MoGuire, Gatesville; W A MoKetb, Frank V Lanham, Gatesville; J D Brady, Salt Lake; Thos MoNoal, Gonzales, Geo Worloy, Cotton Belt; J C Bean, Littlo Rock; J W Blake, Alexia; A J Barra gar, Austin; Abo Edol, Houston; Chas Regan, Will Summers, city; R D Bennett, Missouri, Kansas and Texas, Hugh Lesquent, New York; II M Fickinger, Littlo Rock; W E Chick ley, Dallas; E Soolcy, Baltimore; J A Bellaney, R A Bellaney and boy, Gatesville; H Myher, Gatesville; Perry 'Hickman, Waco; Jeff Lamar, New York; J W Orand, Whitney; M Uuffie, Galveston; N W Kempner, St Louis; E J Pictzker, New Orleans, II Williams, Tyler; W N Farling, New Orleans; Chas Roe, Bristol, Con, W J Ingahem, Bristol, Con; W M Samp son, M K & T; Misses Ressa Zetta, Minnie Gatlin, Abiline; C W McKen non, city; J T Rodgers, St Louis; W 0,C Hagan, Boston; A H Wheeler, New York; G E Simmons, Boston; II P Kethedge, Boston; Leo Freeman, city; C D Anderson, Y Dean, Corsi cana; M Norton, Chicago; A J Hen dricks, St Louis; Searey Williams, Boston; T J Brophy, Jas Liwler, N Y. Halr-Dresslng. I have secoreil the sen ices of Mies Goitle Davla or New York Clt, la dles' nttUtlo hair dressor. Bqiiks cut and curled anil hair driesol la the Utest s'yles Children' e hair cut, shampooing, hair dried in ten minutes with dryer Hair made to order, vis;, bangs braids, etc MRS. B. J. DOSS, 40oj4 AUSTIN ST. What 1 Know About Hardware and Railway Commissions - I havo not been able to obsorve any practical benoht to the publio Irom eithor state or interstate commissionr The railroads have carofully obeyed every ruling whioh has been to their- benefit, but the rulinn for tho benefifr of the publio havo been, to a large ex - tent, ignored. Railroad building has - been checked, llailroad bonds and- stoots havo declined and foreign in vestors scaroa. 1 ociiovo in a com mission composod of two railway ex . pens and ono railway attorney whoso duties should be to ferret out abuaes,- gather faots and statistics on which to - base legislation. 1 am opposed to autocratic powers. Laws Bhould bo passeu ny tne government and exe cuted by tho courts only. All per sons and all property, oorporato and private,should bo equal beforo tho law: and no ono should bo denied a liear mg in the courts. Du not forget that I am headquarters in refrigerators, water coolers, garden hoso, lawn rakes,- screen doors and windows, lawn mow ers, lawn fencing, wire cloth, poultry netting, ice tools and garden tools. Ed. Strauss, Fourth and Mary Streets. Seroons ! Screens ! I Screens I ! ! Call at McKennon Brothers for prices on screens for your house. En quire ol your neighbor about our work. We will give you figures on any quality of screens. Branch Office Dallas Screen Co. Justice Harrison is holding tho ex amining trial this evening ol Tom Wedemoycr charged with tho killing of Floming Estell. Tho witnesses and spectators were so numerous that the trial had to be removed to tho district court room. OOMRAD I OONRAD 1 GONRAO ! A CARD TO THE PUBLIC While it Is true I have been chosen "the President or the LoafeJ ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, 1st retain the Presidency of the Golf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Coj paay, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as an oth business communications should be addressed to me here as heretofera PAUL CONRAD, UeCK BA 13SB NEW ORLEANS LA. 3 fe q gs MCsHsL- o g O as mSESv-W 1 o S If co w I WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD. In fact, everything you need for your house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of CURTIS & ORAND, Nos. 420 and 425 Austin THE mm MEM ISEW1! AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER. Contains All the Latest Political, Wil be Sent to any Address FSJH SO Address, - NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY. W.A.OO, The News is pleaBed to acknowl- -odge-th receipt of cards of invitation - to - tho reception to bo tendorcd tho - visiting bankers at tho Philo-Literary -aalJ-on tho evenieg of Way 1U I-Sereens ! Screens ! ! Screens ! ! I Gall at McKennon Brothers for prices on screens for your house. En- j-quire" of your neighbor about our j - wrsrlcT we will eive you ficures on -any-quality of screens. -firtANoH Office Dallas Sciiken Co. Ladles Night. . linday night next, April 29, wil , bojadios night at tho elpgant Provi dontiiilliard parlors in tho Provident "b"uilding and be dovotad to ladies with theirescorts, from 8 to 10. 3O. A oordial invitation is extended to the ladies of Waco. - - " Full Again. The-pool-at tho natatorium is full again with bright, clear, sparklinc with water and open day and night. A fine aro light is a part of tho now improve ments. Tho Citizons railway have put in a now switch, reducing the tirno to tho natatorium from 12 1-2 to 10 minutes The Garland Bros, are oxpectinp big shipments of fine new buggies and carriages, and when their stock is in will havo ono of tho finest lines in tho sttte. Call and seo them at thoir place, 707 Austin. Shooting Gallery, south side equaro open day and night. Drop in . Ave., WACO, TEXAS. Telegraphic and Local News. from Now Until JANUARY 1, 1893 OE83?!l. TEXAS. -THE- Cotton Belt Route (St. LouisSouthwestern Ry.) TO t. Louis, Cairo, fc)Hi$i ANDALli FOISTS BETOHD. Tree Reclining Chair Cars and Pullman Buffot Sleopersi Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS AJCD AXL POINTS BKTOtTD. The Only Line unnttv ?MW, gen, 9 connecting Toads atMBUFHIS with" oot Urns tad dUasbl oraufbus trow fcr mrm th city. .e Only Line wo- riNP. lnRea nrrlea b?wa fOBT WORTH t&6 MXMTHla. The Only Line wraith!.. Mm brtwos MB WIIIS tmi pctnta Is CKC THiLTHJUS. The Shortest Route TO ALL POINTB IN THE B Ttzms Lines kaT thrtyaih tickets on sal iC The Cotton Ba!t Routoi Eat, rna.pt Ujm Ublea ai all luformatlsa trulb ehMcfmlxr famlhii wi opullrntltw efi nuj agent of theoarnj, or