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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY MAY 16 1892.
Jlcrz Bros. BD0T5rip L- 5rlOE5- tiUUlt IMJRKXIVCJ 9 SIP' 1 ivo nudo arrangements to supply tl e bankers, druggists und firemon with lino imported oigars at from 5 to To cents each. f AINU'S need not send to New York for fashion uiagc.incs. You will find nil the lato ones and other choice reading matter at Hcrz Bros. ' r i r ; tfoP"ULsj wk " r. V i.J rfl' -w v n.'Ai r .i '1 i t t :. I, -. Rf &l ""III '- Xf$f$wx4' l flw( if- .sVlV ft K-3k" frs il :v "TVfe. &51 "?" ??? to "& ki , -n L ri u 1 tJ STX R-, -' 1 O THE "WACO Electric Supply Co. farmers' niul Meiclmnts' Nnt'l Ilnnk Ilnlldlug Electric Desk Fans from $5 o to $25.00. Dichl Ceiling Fans, $35.00 and upwards, according to length. All kinds of electrical goods. Manager. G pound packaKO cotrce, -J cento. R rounijnrjiins 121-,- cuts I f ne cigar per box 11.75. B Hnest tcac lu Wiieo tlfst goods, low est prices. L Finest candles In Wai-o. E Pollte.atlentU n and ompt deliver Is Hit- siyio Bros. Of (iiibble Ilrof.drocers, 505 Aiutln Avenue. GSCksttfe , The Photo--Ms,'"'" grapher, is kept busy all day turning out fine work. Straws show which way the wind blows. 701 and 703 Austin avenue New Grocery Store bontli fifth St , between Mary and Jackson St. STArLBAiMU'AA'CYWROl'UlilBS. Everything llrst-clasB Agent 'or.Tohn llaado'a line llilck, Umc nnd Cement. HERMAN STOLTE, - - Proprietor. Swiss : Bakery. Corner Sixth and Washington Stieets. Fresh llreiul .tolls ami Cukes i:vry morning nt 5 o'clock House open from 6 o'clock In the morning to 10 In tho evening. New Tennis Shoes at Hilt's. Diamonds, finches, jewelry, silver ware and bric-a brao, all going at a great sacrifice at tho great bankrupt stook of D. Domnon & Bro.; Brown & Co., auctioneers. When you want nico trcsh meat mutton, beof pork and purer lard at 10 oonta per pound, go to Mbi.lor & Delaney 12& South Third stroot. G. W. RON, Attontlonl To the Boll Water Cousumors. 1 desire to oall tho attention of con sumers of tho Bell Wator company in the wasting of water in wator closets and wash has ns; also flowing of hy drantB all night. I deeiro to sty to our customer that this waste of water must bo stopjx'd, or otherwise we will havo to cut some oil Inspector will isit all consumers from now on, and samo will bo reported to company. Respectfully, A. M. Pkescott, Superintendent The Bill Water Co. Notice. On and aitor May 15 all dogs not wearing collars Lcnring the tag show- :m that tho license baB been paid Will be dean with ae tho law requires. WACO TEXA5 Two Drummers Engage in a Fatal Encounter. A FLIRTATION ENDS IN DEATH. Hurry Itnltiuhnn Klllutt by V. II. Coll man The 1'orinur liikiilied tl.u I. niter's Wile unit tho Old "Nriniiu'l or the riroi.lc" Do tun mis ICehtltution A UUlrckklii Aili.tr in I'nrt Worili. Speclilto The News, Fort WoitTH.JIay 10. A very dis tressing atrair occurred here yesterday morning which resulted in tho death of a drummer well known in TcxaB, whoso namo is Hairy Robinson, and the serious wounding of another drummer named W. II. Ooifman. Tho facts are perhaps best told in the fol lowing from the man who survives: Mr. Coffman said he wes a drum merj that ho had boon ont on tho road tfir n week or so and came in late last night. His wifo had told him of the annoyances to which she had been subjected by Mr. Robinson; tbat this morning ho had determined Robinsou should apologize to his wife and that aooompanied by his roomer and friond, Mr. Ruih, pnd Mrs Coffmau he had gone over to Russell's; that as they went in tho door ho saw Kobinson coming down tho staits with a cooked pistol la hand; that they had gone into tho parlor. He told Kobinson his oauso f r complaint and demanded an apology. Robinson denied baving offered ui ytling of of an insult to Coffuiati. Ho affirmed his belief in tho truthfulness of his wife's story, and in response to this Robinson fired nt him, the ball striking him lu the breast; tbat Mrs. Coffmau sprang bo twoon them, throwing her arms about his neck as if to shield him; that he had taken his pistol from his pocket when Uubninou ontend the room with his drawn pistol and stood before him with tho weapon in his hand. lie tried soveral times to fire at Robinson, who was shooting at him all tho timo, and supposes the wound in his wrist deadened tho sensibility of his nerves so ho coald not pull tho nigger hard enough. Ho then closed in with Robinson, throwing Mrs. Coff man aside and out of the way and began fighting him, that at last tho pistol worked and he fired three times, hitting Robinson every time, as ho had learned. Tho reason he was wounded as he is was duo to the ef forts to move dear of his wife, and it was a myBtery to him why both were not seriously wounded or oven killed; that Mr. lluih It ft the room as soon as tho shooting began and there was no one in it but his wife, Robinson and himself. Mrs. CofTman corroborated tho statement of her husband, who is held in $2,000 bail, ltobinson died in an hour after tho shooting. He traveled for a Chicago cutlery he uso and CofT HIS WIFE'S HONOR. aosBI Baking Uii Used io Millions of Homes M WACOTEXAV man represents a Fort Worth whole sale house. A Sure Cure for Pilos. Itching Piles are known by mois ture like perspiration, causing intense itching when warm This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing, yield at onco to Dr. Botanko's Pile llomedy, which aots diroctly on patts effected, absorbs tumors, allays" itching and effeots a permanent cure. 50 cts. Drucgists or mail Circulars frco. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B Morrison & Co. ALL OVEll TOWN The members of tho Philo club will give a german tonight at their elegant club rooms in honor of tho visiting young ladies in Waco. The annual picnic at Walnut occurs next Thursday The Texas Central is preparing to carry all Waco to Wul nut, and several hundred will be sure to go. The fare will be only one dol lar. TheGeyser Oity ban 3,on parade for the Sons of Hermann, serenaded Tin: News this afternoon and the very sweetest music was discoursed. The Geyser City boys have the kindest wishes of The News. Mr. Arthur Love and family re turned yesterday from Wooten Wells whero they gave a concert Saturday night to a dolighted audience Mr Lovo says there aro a number of guests thoro who are greatly pleased. Work has been begun on the Waco Natatonum which, by contract, is to be done inside of ninety days from the begininning of tho work. According to the contract the building will be completed about the middle of Au gust. riiera was to havo boon an impor tant meeting of railroud men here this afternoon but on account of the dolay in some of the trains the meeting was postponed until tomorrow. Tho meeting is of tho rate clerks of all the roads running into Texas and all Texas roadS to m&ko Dsummer excur sion rates. This is tho first timo that Waco has ever beec honorod by suoh a meeting. Tho marble firm of E. D. Ashby & Co., have rrmovtd their works from Ninth to Franklin street, between Sixih and Seventh. A News reporter dropped in, as it were, and found the workmen busy on some verg ar tistic work. Mr. Ashbv stated that it would bo but a short time until they would be in mil operation. A large shipment of marble and granite was on the way hire. He has now over three thousand dollars' worth of work underway. Mr Ashby his had ) ears of experience in the business and says he intends to put out the most satis factory and astistic work, for the least money, ever done in Waco. Powder aq Years the StatuJasd WE STAND AT THE HEAD Every nrtlclo nocossnry to furnish any room from parlor to attic. Wo aro just now ollbrinir a splendid assortment of BEDROOM SETS or tho latest and most Improved stylos, railing In prices from S18 to i?30. Give us a call. Oil. Oax-iDesfc lOeiDEivtixieixt Is complete with now patterns at low prices. GooJs sold on Installment. wo now lnanufaeture our own matresees. Also renovato and niako ovor old matressos. R. T. DENNIS & BRO. Grand Musica Concert! Garland Opera House TUESDAY EYEiMiXO, MAY 17, The World's Famous Prima Donna, Mme. MAYO RHODES, Will appear. Formerly Prima Donna for Gillmore s Orchestra and Band. Also, representatives of Baylor University and Waco Female College, etc. This will be a grand entertainment in all particulars. Tickets now on sale at Garland Opera House. Admission, 50c; reserved scats, $1.00. Real Estate Bulletin. Reported by Biker & Dilworth, Ab stractors. Alfred Abeel and wife to B Adone, 63 feet on west side of Filth street be tween Washington and Columbus, $2500 J E Ulander ct al to John Wirtz, lot 2 of subdivision of lot 8 of the Morrow survey, $1200 J L Nunn and wife to J J Corb.n, one quuter of block 4 in town of Crawford, $350. College Heights Investment com pany to College Heights Artesian Watei company, lot 4 in block 70 of Farewell Heights addition, 4oo. Wo turulsh ubstructs of title on short notlco. J. W. Bakeu. T M. DiLWomH. THE NOMINEE Of the Pooplo's Party for Congress. The afternoon session of the Peo pie's party convention of Saturday mot at 2 o'clock, but while nun en thusiastic speeches, expressive of the faith in the final success of the patty were made, nothing of sufficient im portance for publication was done be fore the timo of going to press Hon. I. N. Barber, of Cameron, was unanimously nominated as the candi date lor congress of the Ninth district, of the People's party Mr. Barber made a strong speech of acceptance, which was applauded to the echo. The conventon then ad journed sine die. MRS. GEORGE W1LLIG DEAD. Without a Moments Warning She Fell a Victim to Inflammation of the Rrain. Mrs. Goorge Willig died veiy sud donly this morning at 10 o'clock of inflammation of tho brain. Sho was taken very ill, all at once, and Dr- II. V. Jirown called in, who did all in his powor to save hor, but with no avail. The News tenders its heartiest sympathies to its tiue friend, the griefatricken husband, and sorrowing relatives and friends, and while it bows to tho inevitable hohcBts of na ture and her unchangeable laws, t it is sometimes constrained to doubt tho wipdnrn of Omnipota.nco Himself in taking from society its fairest flowors v Inch lend to it tt.e in st ennobling ii flutntvis and at the ram. time infl ci wounds tthich are ! m ii tho power of human aueucies to heal. New Tennis Shoes at Hilt's. IN THE FURNITURE LINE. 518 AUSTIN ST ANOTHERJORKER. An 18 size American Watch, three-quarter plate Quick Train, straight line escapement, patent center pinion, patent stem wind, four paii s fine Ruby Jewels in settings (15 jewels), expansion balance adjusted, in a fine Gold Filled Dueber Case, giiarantcd to wear for 20 years for $18.90. JK1YELER 520 AUSTIN St. CSEKniiHJ'Uii Ahcaya open the offer niado by tho proprietors of Dr. Sago'a Catarrh Remedy. It's a reward of $500 cash for an in curable case of catarrh, no matter how bad, or of how long standing. They'll carry it out, too. It's ono thing to make tho offer. It's a very different thing to make it good. It couldn't bo done, except with an extraordinary medicine. Cut that's what they 'have. By it's mild, soothing, cleansing ami healing properties, Dr. Sage's Remedy cures tho worst can's. It doesn't simply palliate for a time, or drive the dis ease to tho lungs. It produces ft poifcct and permanent euro. Try it ami, ee. If you can't bo cured, you'll bo paid. Tho only question is aro yon willing to make tho test, if the makers aro willing to take tho risk ? If 60, the rest is easy. You pay your druggist fifty cents aud tho trial begins. If you'ie wanting tho 500 you'll got something bet tor .r cure! Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup. This remedy is a sure euro for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will Mop a ooueh in ono night, no mutter how severe. It is just what its namo implies; an onion syrup, compounded in such manner as to do away with tho un pleasant tftBto and odor of the vegita blo When in need of a cure for a oough or cold, try it. Pnco 50 cents. Sold by W. B. MorrUon & Co, A Reliable Piano House. Prudent peoplo buy costly artiolcs from tho most reliablo houses Tho samo prudenco should govern buyers of pianos and organs Wo havo been established twenty. six years in Texas atd can lefcr to thousands of patrons in all partH of tho stato Wo aro agents for tho best and most popular pionos and organs. Tnos. Goti a an & Brto , 412 Austin St.. Waco. 1 Alf C. Neil, Lity Marshal. l.f