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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY MAY 2 i892.
8 Lowest Prices on Earth! INFANTS 25c CAPS. Infants Silk Caps, worth 50c, at 25c. In fants fine Silk Caps at 50 to $1.00, worth $1 to $2. This week. Dgc Large Goatskin Rugs, 'U5 white or black, worth $4, at $2.99 this week. gPECIAUARfflJIIL. This week wc will sell you a Body Brusscl of Moguette Carpet for less than regular price, and make it, lay it and line it FREE. This will save you from io to $15 on a carpet. Curtains Special display of new desisrns m Lace Bed Sets, Lace Curtains and Poteries. BEWARE of old stocks and styles. Buy new goods from us and you will save money by it. THIS TOTEXE!:. Ladies' Waists 5s white striped waists, worth 50c, at 34 cents this week. Ladies' sataen 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. GOLDSTEIN GEO. WILLIG, REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT. Mney to Loan on Farms, Ranches, and all Kinds of City Property, at Low Rates of Interest and in Amouats to Suit OFFICE: Room No. 10, Provident Building, First Floor. The Kelluin & Man Investment Go, OAJPITAr $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. ICE, COLD STORACE ANDCOAL. Tj&.S. B. IEGr.A.:fcT7 - STapexiaa.te3a.d.eaa.t CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $ioo.ooc SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,ooc TJIRBOTORS. J. B. MoLKNDON, President. W. D. LAOY, 0. II. HiaUlHSON, J T. DAVIS, Vloe -president. J. E. PAllKsn, TH0S. P. ABKEL. Aooounta of bunks, foanken, merchants, farmnri meohanloi anl other olassoti sollolted. Vi payaainuoh ftttontiontouaial aooountsaa large ones. Wo gtveptirftonal and portal attentlo) to our oolluctton department, and remit m any of payment. Eiohange bought and gold 01 all tho prlnolpnl points of the United Statos and Earopo. E. Botan, President Vy. Oambbok, ' 'Ice President!. Tom Padqitt. ) WACO, : ; TEXAS CAPITAL, 1600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 185,000. niBKOTUJiaK. Eotan. Wra. fiamornn Tn D.J.. t -it n - . , -. .. KeUett, D. K. WaUAce, W. R. Dnnnloa, Wra. fcaStl;-.; "",". . ' . - m0 vviivvitVUBi MiSSes' VeStS Misses' summer vests, worth 1 5 cents, at 8 1-3 cents this week. Kq Sanford's Mucilage, worth ioc, at 5 cents a bottle. Sanford's Inks, worth ioc, at 5c a bottle. Imperial Shoe Dressing, worth 1 5c at 5 cents a bottle. Colgate's Toilet Soaps, worth ioc, at 5 cents a cake. Sailor Hats 25 cents, at 15 cents. Lace Straw Flats in black and colors, worth 75 cents, at only 39c. I 7 Q ,e Fast red printed -O Olb. oilcaiicocsworth 9 cents a yard at 4 7-8 cents, from 1 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock each day this week. Warning! Wc 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 wc sell you the same goods new and stylish, and every pair warranted. & MIGEL. T. C. TIBBS, J. K. ROSE, Vice-President. Sec. and Treas. fjn L H. BLACK, OsBhl.) OAUTIELD, J. X, Horn, Caiblei. A L. BiiohN, V Assistant I CsBhlor. Br.mtedt, M. A.'Ooop.r . 0U..,.a .ollelt.4 Wepos.es. unrpa.s.n. WA!YTi:il A young worn!! to tnlte caro of n 3 year old Imbr iply to raom II I'nclflo Hotel. 21 PERSONAL. Mr. S. P. Ulaik of Austin is at tho New McClelland. Mr. John C. Coeran of Dallas i9 a guest of tho Pacific Mr. J. P. Stanoell of Temple is registered at tho New McClelland. The nanio of R J. Sledge of Kyle appears on the iloyal Hotel register. Miss Frankie Rircardson of Moody, is visiting her cousin, Miss Katie Richie, at 214 South l'ourth street. Hon. . II. Quarles and his "stick." editor of the Fayetto County Demo crat, arrived safely in the city yester day. Mrs. E. S. Thomson, of Dillas, has boeu visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Howard, several days at the raeitic hotel. Mr G. W. Curtiss, a. mornber ol tho Illinois Gonoral Assembly is in tho city today. He will niako a tour 01 Toxas. Mrs. Luoy Gist, of Kinsis City, is in tho city testing tho virtues of tho hot artesian water and is stopping at Mr. Joe S. Thompson's. Hon John H. Reagan, chairman of the railroad commission, passed through Waco todav on the Houston and Texas Central bound north. Cant. Tom Wright is in Dallas as sisting in the transfer of the United States marshal offico from Geo. A. Knight, who recently resigned, to Mr. P. B. Hunt who succeeds him. Halr-Drossing. I have seined the services of Mils Goitlo DhtIr of New York Cltr, la dles' aitlstic hnlr dresser. Bangs cnt anil curled and balr dressel la the latest Biles. Children t hair cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten mlnntes with dryer Italr made to order, wigs, bangs, braids, etc. MRS. 13. J. DOSS, 400 AUSTIN ST. Vvhat I Know About Hardware and tho Weather. Thero is considerable uneasiness about rain. I am inclined to tho opin ion that we will have plenty rain in May. The enormous masses of water that passed over us in tho shape of gulf clouds and invisible vapor last month, and caused washouts and overflows north and east of us, will como back this month in tho shapo of storms with now and then a cyolone or hail, I do not sell at or below oost un less it be an article that is no good or that I am anxious to close out. Tho hoad of this firm docs not open up and sweop out in order to aave clerkhire. In spito of other disadvantages suoh as rent, olerkhiro, taxes, inburanoo, etc, I manage to keop a first-class hard ware store. I do not ship fish hooks and razors in oar lots, but I do ship more staple goods in carloads than any other hardware firm has over at tempted in this market. The recent depression in Eastern markets and out rates of freight enable me tu Bell nails, wire, fruit jars, baling ties, iron and other staples lower than they havo ever been sold hero, and yet make a fair profit. Yours for hardware. Ed. Strauss, Fourth and Mary Streets. BUSINESS NOTICE. Mr. Park Heaton In tho Newspaper Field. The News takes ploasure in an nouncing that it has secured the services of Mr. Park Hoaton who will hereafter bo identified with the papor's interests. Mr. Heaton will bo the advertising manager for The News and will also have charge of tho busi ness in our largo and well equipped stsam job office. It is unnecessary for The News to say anything in bohalf of Mr. Heaton. lie has thousands of friends in Waco who 'recognize and thoroughly appreciato his ability, in tegrity and other commanuing quali ties and who unanimously wish him unqualified suocess in the newspaper Gold. Mr. Heaton's duties begin to day and The News believes he will bo given a oordial reooption by the businoss mon and morohants of Waoo. Railroad Holiday. All the railroad offices in Waco will be closed tomorrow on account of it bcinpr a holiday. This notice is au thorized by all the local agents, and will bo greatly appreciated by the em-nlovees. CONRAD ! CONRAD ! CONRAD ! A CARD TO THE PUBLIC, While it Is trnc I have been chosen "the President or the Lxmi na State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, 1st rctaiu the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co. pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all other business communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore PAUL CONRAD, LOCK BX 1SSS NEW ORLEANS LA. OQg ws CU o Hi O OS to WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD. In fact, everythine you can be found at the ment of- CURTI Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Base Ball. A good, but unequal, game of base ball was played yesterday afternoon at Padgitt's park between tho irre pressible Lone Stars and the Central City clubs, which resulted in a viotory for tho former by a score of 18 to -1. In the early part of last week Mana ger Mitoholl received a letter from tho Waxahachio club accepting a chal lenge to play his club yesterday but later received uo.ioe that they could not come for the reason that several of their best players were sick, anil it was thought that no game wou'.d bo played. The Central City club, however, be ing desirous of wresting form its looal rival some of laurels heretofore gainod in olosn contests, and having faith in its ability to do so, issued a challenge for yesterday's game. Tho result of this game was due more to the excellence of tho Lone Stars under its recent reorganization than from poor playing on the part 0 tho Central City club, for it is an acknowledged fact tho tho latter team is itself quite strong. Some good games may be looked for in the near future. DIAMOND DUST. The foul knocked by Spenoer, was neatly taken in by Lunsford after a bard run. Thomas is a hard batter and leads the list so far this season. An orror by Rose in throwing to first baso gave Spencer a home run. Jim is a fino pitcher and if he had three months practico he would bo a wonder. Ho will rank among the first with any Texas pitobera. Good order was preserved through out tho entire game As an evidence of how a crowd behavps at a ball game all who saw the game noticed ladies scatterod all, through the gentlemens seats. Stallard's playing on second base was watched with interest, and he has no superior in that position. Thomas' throwLg to second was cxoollent and StalUrd took thorn all in. Notice. Tho city of Waco has about twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) bolonging to the sinking funds for payment of Waoo bonds at maturity to loan for a term of five years at 8 por cont. inter est. Tho charter requires that this money bo invested in good interest baring securities. Application should bo addressed to the mayor and financo committoo and loft with tho city sec retary C CiMcCuxLooii, Mayor .,..H!IL CO I I WSflJ N 1 CZ3 CO r inn need for your house Mammoth Establish- AND,X Ave., WACO, TEXAS. THE STATE FIREMEN. Programme of Their Meeting Sext Weef. The Waco Fire Department has formulated the following programme Association, which meets in this city K'S&SJ on tne inn insi. FinsT day May ii. At 9 a. m. Assembling of dele gates, visitingjfiremen, uniform rank Knights of Pythias and Junvenile Cavalry at Central Station on Wash ington and Fourth streets to join pro cession, v" Procession will move up Washing on Avenue to Fourteenth street, thence to Aus in Avenue, down Aus tin Avenue to the city hall. Address of welcome at city hall by Hon. C. C. McCulloch, mayor of Waco. Imme diately after the address the conven tion will convene. AFTERNOON. Display of Waco Fire Department After the display of the department. the artesian well on First and Web ster will be shown to the visitors. SECOND DAY MAY 12. All members of the State Fire as sociation will meet at the Central fire station and march tC the ci'-y hall proceeded by the band. AFTERNOON. At q o'clock the visitors will take.' street car rider ovo the city. EVENING. Delegates, visiting firemen and irr vited guests will meet at city hall am march to the banquet tendered to in State Firemen association. THIARD DAY MAY 1 3. Members of the association will a semblo at Central station march wit baud to city hall. EVENING Dplptintps. visiting firpmen and 1" vitpri fninsts will assemble at tr Young Men's Hebrew Association h to attend grand complimentary b given in honor of the State Firemen association. Dwyro & BrookB, tno ers. Office 20q South noune m Sixth Btrefl Drop in your orders. Sereons ! Screens I ! Screens ! Call at McKennon Brothers prices on screens fqr your house. quire of your neighbor about work. W will give you figures anv auahtv of screens, I Branch Office Dallas Screen 2 1 per I CI Wra In th ofn th om lo jm m irt& 0 p.d dca is oil tuetu nd hu 'Lo oil Iltpst oustra tm.jsp sve in uaid illy hi ummu icks ol is mon ess to ' han tj norouj fhia pi Vpep ley tro oess. petite, .' 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