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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 10 1892.
5 llerz $io., Havo mado arrangements to supply the bankers, druggists and firetnon with fino imported cigars at from 5 to 25 cents oaoh. f.AUlKS need not Bend to New York for fashion magcincs. You will find all tho lato onca and other choice reading matter at Hcrz Bros. THE WACO Electric Supply Go. r,, mum 11 anil Met chants' Nnt'l Hunk Building BDDT5viU1p. dUU 5HDC5- . SMnr ;i:ul- !, 1 s m,f .md - 'ttu'i T:rl V n., -v.v , ,V ''jr. .- yTJJ:. - t v J) w . VV l V l "h Vtt? . J (. j' w "TV , ., '''T' j . ;ps ti, - ...rugsgyv ss . ra mi c5 .i3K&: 111 -0 in (wr - ill-v?i l Ww! V r (Lifts . s eriiit a .4 Vl ' . IJ i7'.'v W1.' ' ir . T A' l" YN,0.'W "" ! JM V A A ML IlA - r 1 AJKv . v m ri Dealers in all kinds of Elootrio Motors and Alotor Fans. Mice trie goods of ovcry description. Llcctric annunciatots and hells. l'hcir prices are tho lowest, as they 3im1 only with the manufacturers. i all and see them rr telephone. C, W. HQBSON ! jVJCo.n.o ti'ox. G p. nnd paikaKe coHee, Mceiitt! i jionn-' Jar jams 121-2 conts I 1 ne cigar? per lo tl.7.1. B meat tesi In Waco Ilft goods, lowest prices. L F net (.indies In Waio. E l'ollte attention and ompt dellvorj Is the ttwe Bros. Of oilbble llron.Orocers, C05 Aurtln Avenue. Swiss : Bakery. icrner Elxtli and Washington Sticets lnsli Hi-ead Hulls and Cakes J-ry mornlnttPt 3 o'clock Home open from lock In tt o morning to 10 In tho evening. New Grocery Store t uili Fifth St , between Mary and Jackson St. STAPIiBASIIFAA'CYGROCKKlHS. ' teij tiling lli-st-elnss Agent 'or.Iolm lla&do'a Fino lliick, Lime and Cenunt. HERMAN STOLTE Proprietor. Sfl.SS S3 muv I'es 3 D only. Worth $3 a pair. The World is Batter for it. The world is better because of such a remedy as Ballard's Snow Liniment oeoause this artiolo relioves it of much pain nnd misery, and wo are 'hus ona'' :d to enjoy its brighter side. It positively cures all forms of Rheu roatibm, Neuralgia, Headache, Sick ileadaoho, Lame Back, all Sores and Wounds, Cuts, Sprains, Bruises, Stiff Junts, Contracted Muscles, Poison, It iptiorjg, Corns, Weak Back, and a pain and all inflsmmation on man cr U.'aat. Its tho best because its the wet penetrating. Beware of all wlnto Liniments which may be palmed ell on you for Ballard's Snow Li 'iment. Thero is nnno like it. i hy II. C. Rirhor & Co. MJ. Leslio for first-class watch c 0 k"land jewelry ropairing. Same unaisg with 11. JU. Ainnoiu vnsun Avenue. Straight dinner Jroin 12 to 2 and jthtng you want at any Lour at Joo Lehman's. ee the special sale of clothing for bis week only by tho man from ArkanBaw. i. L &t f J...! , I '7,l. mw. &.. WACO TEXA5- larger cities in tho sute What you cannot find in Texas do without." ' He also called attention to tho fact that tho Texas association was tho oldest bankers' association in tho United States. The report was received and order ed filed. Tho treasurer's report was read and referred to the financial committee. Mr A. S Reed of Billingor, chair man of tho executive committee next made his report. It showed a splen did condition ot affairs. The report was referred to a spuoial committee composed of Wood of Brady, Miller of Bclton, Green of San Marocs. A petition of somo mombers of the West Texas Bankors Association was presented requesting thit their asso oiution be accorded a representation in tho Texas Banking Associatnn. It caused muoh discussion and was finally postponed until tomorrow. THE VISlTISd HANKERS. Joseph Faust, First National bank, New Braunfel-; E. M. Longcope, President First National bank, Brady; W Goodrich Jones, President Temple National band; A S Reed, Cashier Ballmer National bank; Mike L Woods, Cashier First National bank, Bradj; J V Blake, Pandergast, Smith & Co , Mexia; F F Downs, President First National bank, Temple; J Z Mil ler, President Belton National bank; B A Ludlow. President Citizens' Na tional bank, Belton, Otto Buchel, Otto Buchel & Co , Cuero; G W Donald son Cashier Glover National bank, San Marcos; Ed J L Green, President First National baok, Sn Marcos; D A Chambers, Cashier First National bank, Detroit; Frank N Chick, Presi dent National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City; W II Lee, Fresident Merchants' National bank, St Louis; C W Bul'en, President National bank of the Repub ic, St Louis; E K Para more, Private, Banker St Louis; J N Brown, Cashier Alamo National bank, San Antonio; B W Clepstein, Cashier First National bank, Beeville; Curey Shaw, Cashier the Simpson bank, Co lumbus; Miss. E J Simpson, President tho Simpson bank, Columbus; Heber Stone, President Firit National bank, Brenham, E J Marshall, Cashier First National bank of Lampasas; D W Cheatham, Cashier Red River bank, Clarksvillc; J II Woods, Cashier City National bank, Corsicana; J D Moodj; Cashier First National bank, Tyler; J G Lowdon, President Abilene National bank; L L Juster, Cashier Tyler Na tional bank; W C Sullivan, D Sullivan & Co, San Anton'o; Walter Nolte CaBhicr, E Nolte & Sons, Segain; V L Murphy, Cashier First National bank, Mexia; Otho S Houston, Cash ier First national bank, Granbury , 0 J Shapard, Pesidont Fir?t National baik, Stephenville; W II Lee, Presi dent Merchants' National bank, St Louis; T T Emerson, vice-president Citizens' National bank, Weatheiford, 6T&,sss. ''WL V&,. t1 "'. a-V 'ZT r7r -& I Bin i A i WA nn TiiiniiTin lflfi M AMd UdPowder. Used i Million of Homes aq Years the Staudanl i? jls s. v?;,- ""-' i 8L N -N&rt WACO TEXAS- W W Lipscomb, President First Na tional bank, Luling; 0 0 Hemming President Gainesville National bank. all oviiTro WN Tho oity is crowded with visitors to the Bankers and Plnrmioists conven tions. The coumy commissioners' court has been engaged on public road matters all day today. Tho Waco Stato bank is beauti fully decorated to-day in honor of the Bankers' State convention now in ses sion. Bro. Gardner says "Tho Sun do movo" we can't say as much for a tel egraph raessonger we saw on the street this morning. Tho Elks Club Houso, corner of seventh and Washington streets is open at all Hours tj visiting b inkers firemen and druggists. Engine and IIoe companiesl No 1. and Resoue Hook and Ladder com pany havo moved to their new build ing on Washington street. The Waco Stato Bank was boauti fulty decorated today in honor of the visiting bankers. The whole interior was a mass of evergreens and tropical flowers. A big crowd will bo on ha'jd to morrow, May 11, at 2.30 p. m , and an elegant chance to buy a home right cheap. College Heights is rapidly filling up with new cottages. List night in somo parts of the city the Ilobson Lino lights wore somewhat dim. This was owing to the belt slip ping and could not be remedied with out stopping the machinery It is being worked on today and probably attend ed to. The Molton-Dunlap caso is still in progress. The evidence will likely ho concluded this afternoon and tho argu ment of tho att rneys commenced im mediately upon the opening of court tomorrow mornirg. It is thought the jury will bo prepared to return a ver dict to morrow night. Waco can boast of many pretty show windows and truly she bas many articles in the window dressing busi ness, but Hilt & Co. threw up the curtains yesterday afternoon display ing as pretty line of shoes as ever seen in Waco. The back ground is filled with e'egantly executed paintings from Waco's gifted artist, Mr. McGregor. The shoes and pictures, so beautifully arranged, miks a nice sight to look upon Crowds all afternoon congre gated in front of Hilt & Co.'s store. Tho courtroom is constantly crowd ed with interested spectators, during the progress of the Mel ton-Dunlap trial When tho argument begins standing rooms will bo at a premium. The appearance of such emuiinent at torneys in the same oaee as County Attorney Joo W. Taylor, Maj. Charles B Pearre, Judce u. (J. Aloxander and J. F. Boyotou Ef. on the sido of the l ' ' w S7 WE STAND AT THE HEAD Every article necessary to furnish nnv room ftoni pnrlor to nttlo. Wo nro just now oH'erlnir a splendid assortment of JJKDKOOM SETS of tho latest and most Improved styles, railing in prices Ironi SIS to $30. Oivo ub 11 call. Ot.i Carpet iOepor'triierat: Is comploto with new pattern nt low prices. Goods sold on Installment. Wo now mamifnuturo our own matresses. Also lenovato and niako ovor olil matresses. R. T. DENNIS & BRO. prosecution and Col. John L. Hyr, Oapt. M. D Herrincr and Messrs 1) C. Bolintr'T and lt'chard 1. Monroe representing the defendants, is sulli oient, aside fiom tho interest taken in the cape, to draw a crowded houeo at any time. Mr. Wade of Wooton Wells is in tho oity. He will close an arrange ment which will call tho Waco Ili tronics to that favorite summer resort to give three entertainments. Tho reputation of tho Hi-tronies is grow ing. The e-lentrio fans aro being placed in the Opera Houso to-day ond will bo in full tunning order to-night We hardly know whether to ndvisc the ladies to bring their seal skin siiques or not. 0. II. Bond of the fnni of C. II. Bond & Co., cotton brokers is in Waco again looking well after his recent trip to Mexico whero ho has largo in terests in water franchises. It matters not how small or how largo your business advertiso it. Park Heuton of Thu News will bo glad to call upon you and give your wants proper attention in that line. Prink Coca-Cola at W. L Tuckers A Request to the Citizens of Waco The undersigned, bting apprised of the vigorous effort being made by the trustees to have the new building on College lleiehts n ady for occupancy next September, hereby respectfully urge our fellow townsmen Jto attend the sale of lots on Wednesday, nth, inst , at 2:30 p. m., to aid oy their presence and co eperalion this noble Waco enterprise Signed, E Rotan, B. B. Parhott, W. R. Dunnica, W. C. Watson, V. P. FlCUGUSON, John P Mabsev, W. W. Sei.kv, W. T. Watt, Mkiiedith A. Sullivan, Lancelot Watson, James I. MooitE, S W. Slayden, J.K Rose. Removal Notice. We will occupy stablo on Anstin Avenue, 604 and 606, after May 1st The finest turn m's in ihe city. The best attention given boaiding horses Very truly Winfeuv & Hill. Attention Visiting K. or P. All visiting ltiit;litH of Pythias nro cordially invllod to visit K.'IT. Ilines Lodgo No. 120 at their regular moot ing at Castlo Hall, corner Sevnnth nnd Austin avonuo, on Wodneiday, May 11th at 8 p m A Inhliik, C C Attost. S. B. Mayor, K. of H. and S 1.1 Dr. Goo. P. Maun, dentist. Fill Bet of upper or lower teeth, 12 50, $1.05 at HILT'S. Worth $2 50 Sizes 3 D only. IN THE FURNITURE LINE. 518 AUSTIN ST iOTHEB GQRKE An 18 si.c American Watch, three-quarter plnte Quick Train, straight line escapement, patent center pinion, patent stem wind, fotirpai'S fine Ruby Jewels in settings (15 jewels), expansion balance adjusted, in a fine Gold Filled Dueber Case, guarantcd to wear for 20 years for $ 1 8.90. J8VELER 520 AUSTIN St. ir, t:b:jv.i:e -FOK- SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS Drop a card to no. M. Nicliols, 205 Sliermau st or leave orders at J fan 1 son & Cos. U. 1". JACKSON. W. COOI'Klt. JACKSON & COOPER, MnnuTactuiriHorilit' W. J. Mi-Donald Fireproof Cemont Roof Paint. Coiitntrts solicited. All o pioniitly ilonn end fully Kiiaiantii'd. Cm-tick, 221 Franklin Strkkt The Now Plan. The new plan of selling homes on tho monthly installment plan, seems to meat a lung fell irtnit, at any rato it takes but a few minutes 'to convinco a man wl o wants to buy that ho is standing in his own "light," when he continues to pay house rent when it can bo avoided. This plan that I have inaugurated gives tho mm of small means a ohance. It don't ro quiro a big bank account to get a homo. Ltst week 1 sold to throo different parties homes in the city, Ono of them a two room houso at $10 00 per month Another a two room house at J 12.50 per month, und the third a nice three room bouno for $17 50 per month. Theso nro fair samples of what I am going to offer this week. Theso places aro all in a respectable- neighborhood, close to the public sohools und near the street cars, and not too far irom tho post olheo tud center of business lor them to bo avuilable. Come and see me, tho longer you wait, the moro you loo. Iamkh I. Moo Kit m m The Pulpet and the Stage. Rov. F. M. S'rout, pastor United Brethren ohuroh, Blue Mound, Kan . says. "I f'cl it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. Kuik'h New Discoverv has donu lor me. My lunes were badly diseasid, and my parishioners thought I eould hvo only a few weeks, I took live bottles of Dr King's New Dieeoverv nnd am sound and wnll. gaining 2U lbs. in weight " Artuur ijove, .Mamicer Loves Funny Folks Combination, writes: 'After a thorough tr'al and con vino-mgovidone-e, I tm confident Dr, King's New Discovery for Conf-umptiou.bcuta 'em all, and cures when evorj thing eUe fails. Tho greatest kindness I can do my many thousand friends is to urge them to try it.' Frco trial bot tle at W. B. Morrison & Co 's drug store. 3P8 jHI H&SnMk tflH