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She nK XnMtt 4hI Vta r iftk Jbk L Hh Bl .H. Ls IL. iE KHTAH1.1H1IE1) ,tOJ.T IB, 1HHH. Entered at the l'ostntjtrv it Warn, T , nx Sernml CUtimlMnttrT. VOL. 4. NO. 263. WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 16 1892 50 Cents 1-er Month m Mi Sautter Bros 'Our gicat May" f- ngs like these; sale shows Standard Prints 4c a Yard. China Silk designs in Prints, Standard Indigo Blue and other nn cities, 5 l-2c a Yard. 32-inch Percale Zephyrs, 7 1-Sc a Yard. Best brand of Gold Seal inch Indigo Blues, 9 l-2c a Yard. "Our great May" things like these: sale shows THE CITY COUNCIL a cai, 1,1:11 m:ssio. last sati k- lAVM(iHT 32- DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. 4-4 Bleached Cottons, 7 1-2 qualities, at 5c a Yard. 4-4 Bleached Cottons, 9 i-2c qualities, at 7 l-2c a yard. White Goods Department. Ce Printed Lawns at 3c a yard. Sc Printed Lawns at 5c a yard. Victoria Lawns and Checked Nainsooks, 7 I-2C quality, at 4c a yard. White India Lawns and Check ed Nainsooks, 10c qualities, at 6 1.2c a yard. Tliu Siilu nf tliuOnc lliiiulrcd Tlinu miikI Dollar strccl Improvement llnniliit 1)5 'ciiU-II.:U. Noel A Co. f SI. Louis the I'lircliitserN He. ports or City Kniriiiucr, City Attor icy mill CniiiiuiitocM of the Coun cil TI10 Chill Venders Knocltud Out. Willi, Jib & Cite. FIGURED CHINA SILKS. GINGHAM DEPARTMENT. American Zephyrs which were 14c at 9 l-2c a yard. Fine Zephyr Cloths, value iSc, at 12 l-2c a yard. 36-inch fine Percales, value 20c, at 12 i-2c. 36-inch imported Percales at 19c. Every lady should read this advertisement and then buy the bargains. We are having a great rush and the low prices is what is bringing it about. Q ANGER - BROS CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL --- $125,00 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFIT $106,00. DAVIS, Vloe-presldent. L B. BLACK, uani. OAUJIKLD, 3 8 MoLKNDON. President W. D. LACY. 0. H. HIGGINSON, .1 T. t. n ntrirD THOS. P. AIIEEL. account. Of bank,, inkers, merchant. rm. ".ff S"peSi"Sil? Psy as inuoh attention los-nal nooounts as larg f1 BiohSnV bougnt and old o I- . 11 . i . I -.-.... nnil .Amttnn d&V 01 T"l WUUIDUIIB1J11UI Ul-linuui.u.,-."-"----.-,, CnVino. all tne prlnolpul points or me unuou oif " A J J. Loslio for first-class clock and jewelry repairing, building with IJ. E. Arabold Avonuo. watch Same Anstin New Tennis Shoes at Hilt's. Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full spt of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. Bronze Powders, Gold and Silver Paints at U. F. Smith's, 40-t Austin avenuo. m Joe Lehman's for loo oream and confeotionorioB 117 South Fourth street. For tho best and freshest beef, pork, mutton, voal, spareribs, fish and oystors go to Crippin oornor Filth and Franklin. Tho groat bankrupt stook of D. Domnon & Bro , is being auctionod off day and night. Unpatallolled bargains. The sworn Tormentors of tho In qulsitlon. What cared they for tho groans of the victim as he lay stretched upon tho raok? lret peoplo whose hearts arc neither as hard as tho nether mill stone, nor whoae fortitude is excessive, often have no pity on themselves voluntarily incur life-loug torture by nrcMect. Itlieuiuatism, tuo mosi agonizing and obstinate of complaints is" perhaps, more frequently neglected in its incipiency than any other, tho preliminary twinges being sot down to the credit of "a cold in the bones" ,..V.iil, roill nnss awav 01 ltsell. Singular fatuitv fatal dolusion ! Hostotter's Stomach Bitters is a potont safeguard against tho torriblo inroads of this insidious and daugerous malady dangeroiiB because of its proneness to attack tho hoart, the seat of life Neuralgia is also effectually counteracted and rolieved by tho Bitters. Malariu, kidnoy complaints, debility, indigestion, billiousness, la grippe, loss of appotito and tho in ability to sloop are aiuung wo uuw plaints oradicable with this genial oorrootive, - ' . Aro you annoyed by the fhesd sond your order to Ourtis & Qran screen doors and windows. Sfi.95 a! HBLrtPS. Sizes 3 D only. Worth 3 a pair. To Ico Consumers. Within forty days we hopo to be turning out ice mado from artesian water by one of tho largest ico plants in Texas. Don't make your summer oontraot until you see us. Wo will bo on tho ground corner Tenth and Jackson at work Monday May 16th. L. W. Cueuhv & Co. The oity council haviDg adjourned last Thuraday night out of respeot to tha visiting firemen, bankers and drrggists, met Saturday night in pur suanco'to call of the mayor. Aldermen Poage, Baker, Lacy, Slaughter, Hawkins, Latimor and Payne answered to their names at roll call; absent, Jones, Brinkeriioff and King. Tho minutes of last meeting were read and adopted. Alderman Maker stated that he was absent at last meeting on account of sickness and asked to be excused Granted. A petition of W. S. Kincholoo ask- ing that impounding fees of $1 50 be remitted was read and tho report granted. Liko petition of V. S. Huff and P. K. Wortham wcro refused. A petition asking that an ordinance bo passed authorizing tho putting in of a switch run- Ling trom tne west side ot Third strt-et, cast to the junotion of tho switch ruoning to Seley's elevator and the Waco Oil Works on the east side of Second street, and also for exten sion of the presout switch on Jaokson street was read and referrod to the streot eomraitteo with power to aot. A petition of Mrs. J. W. Honshaw and others, asking that a sanitary sewer be put in was referred to tho streot oommitteo. Communication was read from Jones, Thompson & Co. stating that they had effected sale of the $100,000 Waco thirty-year 5 por cent, stroet improvement bonds at 94 cents and interest with cash on delivery of bond to 11 M. Neol & Co., of St. Louis. Tho mayor here road some tolcgrams directed to him from tho tame parties offering 95 cents and ao orued interest. Alderman Baker offered a resolu tion that the oity acoopt EL M. Noel & Co.'s offer for tho bondB of cj5 cents and accrued intoreat, and pay 1 2 per cont. commission to Jones, Thompson & Co., brokers, providing tho company purchasing put up a for feit of $5000. Carried unanimously, Tho citv encineer reported an rsti mate on a lateral sanitary sewer be tween Franklin and Mary streets from Fourteenth to Eighteenth streets. .Referred to finance and street com mittee with instructions for tho mayor to pay tho amount if ondorsod by said committees. Tho oity engineer reported final es timate on san:tary fewer between Jef feiMn and Columbus streets and be tween Washington and Columbus streets. Referrod to the finance and street committees with power to act. Tho mayor asked that the rostrum in tho oouncil ohamber ho takon down nnd remodeled, as tho way it now stands it prevonts him from seeing and hearing. Beforred to the mayor and pubho improvement committee. An ordinanco granting tho Missou ri, Kansas and Texas railroad pormis sion to put in and operato a switoh was submitted, placed upon its third reading and passed. 9 RTho petition of A. C. Prondergast and others asking that a sanitary sewer bo constructed in the alloy be tween Tenth and Eleventh streets, from Barron to Columbus streets was reported upon favorably by tho street committee. Tho petition of E. Botan asking that a flush tank be put in was re ported upon unfavorably by the sani tary oommittce. The publio improvement committee, to AVhom was referrod tho matter of tho unsaf.0 condition of Jake Wiggins' stablo on Franklin street rooommond- ed that it bo torn down. Tho recom mendation was adopted and tho mayor instructed to havo tho work done. At 99C- All $1.25 and $1.35 Goods. At 82C. All 95c and $1.00 Goods. At 64C. All 85c Goods. At 35C. All 50c Goods. Specials in Embroidery. 44 Yard Lengths. 10C a strip, 4 1-2 yards. 18 C a strip, 4 1-2 yards. 25C a strip, 4 1-2 yards. 35C a strip, 4 1-2 yards. The above prices can not be duplicated in tlie city for the same qualities. Will, Jones & (il(ilE. 500, 502 and 504 Austin Street, BROOKS & COWAN UNDERWEAR. ."M17E are showing for this weak only, THB GREATEST V W BARGAINS in Summer-weight UNDERWEAR ever offered to the trade. WE WILL SAVE YOU 25 FEB CENT. BROOKS & for had oontractel wi'h Gabcrt Bros polico uniforms at $22. Stree committee reported unfavora blv on Rufe Evans' petitun City attort ey reported that the aity had no authority to invest sinking fund in bank stook as such securities paid no fixed and certain sum, and therefore wero not "intorest bearing securities" as tho chaiter requires in section 21, sub-division a d. IIo furthor decided that said fund oould be loaned upon real estate security. Mr Bukor ollerert the lollowing resolution: That the mayor and finanoo committee undcrtako to buy up ber honds with tho accumulated sinking fund, the ealo to bo ratified by tho council. Mr." Hawkins offorod as a substitute that the matter of buy ing bonds with the sinkinu fund be re ferred to the finance comraittoo and citv attorney with instructions to make such recommendations an they see proper at the noxt regular meet ing The oity engineer made a full report, stating that he could not find Howard street, and suggested mothodn by which Berlowvituh could bo re lieved of obstructions complained of. Tho following resolution by Alder man Bakor was unanimously carried: "Tho mayor is instructed to answor Noel & Co's. telegram to him, stating wo accent their proposition of 75 conts with 1-:J half por cont commission off" Alderman Slaughter offered tho fol lowing resolution: "Bctsolved, That no 'chile' stands bo . allowed around tho, fence and hitching post? and chains around the oity hall." Mnoh pleasantry was indulged in by several of tho aldermen about this resolution, and tho samo was finally adopted. Tho council then adjourned. KING SIMS SENTENCED. To Pay tho Penalty of Doath Juno Twenty-Fourth. King Sims tho burly negro who de liberately and in cold blood killed and murdered poor Ed Brandon, at his home near Rosouthalon May 11,1891, for his money, was sentenced this morning by Judge L W. Goodrioh to bo hanged on June 24th, in tho jail yard, 'til ho is dead, dead, doad. Tho crime for which tho fiend gives up his life, and of which tho rcadors of The News aro famaliar, was the most dastardly that cvor darkened tho fair pages of Texas his tory or added a stain to her already exagerated oharacter for lawlessness and crime. IIo was oonviotcd at tho last term of tho dintriat court and tho ovidonco of his guilt was so strong that nothing, it seems, short of an acknowledge ment of guilt could havo bocu more convincing Whon he watt arraigned this morn ing and asked if ho lnd anything to say why the death scntoncn should not bo pronounced against him ho calmly requested that it be commuted to confinement in the penitentiary for lifo. IIo waj of course informed that this was not within tho powor of the judge, mid tho tentenco of doath Kan solemnly pronounoed. Through out tho ordeal tho prisoner stood calmly and scorned to aocept tho sit uation with brazen indilTurcnoo. Polico comraittoo reported that thoy Removal Notice We will occupy stable on Anstin Avenue, 604 and G06, after May 1st. The finest turnouts in the city. The best attention given boarding horses. Very truly. Winferv & Him.. .svi:it 11 y a uyci.om:. New Tennis Shoes at Hilt's. 'I'urlioy Ori'rk Vullny Iwiiul Wavlo unit lllltll)' 11 VC l.Okt Quanah, May 1(5 Turkey Crook Valley was swopt by a cyclono yesr day morning und the traok of tho storm is a continual waste one mile wide and fifteen miles long. Every build ing was left a wreck in its wuko and many lives succumbed to tho furious winds. In dugoutB oven the ocoupantn woro not safe and tho wounded and dying arc strewed along tho valley trom ono end to tho other. Tho citizens of Quanah aro sending out coffins for tho dead and assistance for tho living.