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KHTAUI.iHHEH JVLY US, 1HSK. VOL. 4. NO. 267. Bros. mil "Our gtcat May" things like these; sale shows Standard Prints 4c a Yard. China Silk designs in and Prints, other Standard Indigo Blue noveltfes, 5 l-2c a Yard. 32-inch Percale Zephyrs, 7 1-Sc a Yard. Best brand of Gold Seal inch Indigo Blues, 9 1-Sc a Yard. 32- DOIYIESTIC DEPARTMENT- 4-4 Bleached Cottons, 7 1-2 qualities, at 5 c a Yard. 4-4 Bleached Cottons, 9 i-2c qualities, at 7 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. jgANGER -BROS CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $125,000 ZDHRZSOTOIES. 3. B. KoLKNDON. President W. D. LACY, 0. H. HIGOINSON, J. T. DAVIfl. VIoH.presldent J S THOUTSOX THOB. P. ABKKL. Aocounts of banks, bankers, merchants, farmers, mechanic aail othor closees soUcltod. M S&yaamuoh Attention to amal uooounta a largo one. We gtveperponsl nd cpeolal attentloi our oollectlon department, and reamrn day or paymuoi. Kxohnnge bought ana sold o U the ptlnotrnl points of the United States and Europe. The Only Practical Btoreotype Out fit. Its Superior Advantages. It is Bimplo, praotioal, cheap, cost ing, according to Bizc, only from $75 to $150. It can bo put anywhere, oc cupying only the room of an ordinary case btand. Through itB various pat ented labor-saving devices it is thoroughly endorsed by practical prin tors, giving all kinds of results in cast ing and .blocking, viz: Thin flat plutes, patent block plates, typo high wooden ooro blocked or all metal arched. Also, it gives the advantage of casting aud blooking at the same onoration. oxact tvne Inch, exact widths and exaot lengths on andi around the lato patented hollow sec tional ironcoro method, the easiest, the cheapest, quiokest and best block ing in the word. Absolutely without labor. The outfit dispenses with dan gerous, costly and complicated ma chinery, and with its Hot Water Flaskcd CaBting Box and Mould Dryer, !t is utterly impossible tt in jure typo, and tho very finest results known to plato makers, stoieoypin3 or tho art oi printing m uuimuuu. Send for descriptive circulars, givirg full particulars and hundreds of volun teered testimonials from all parts of this and other countries. M. J. Hughes & Co,, Manufacturers Stereo type Outfits and Conical Sorow Quobs, No. 18 Spruce St., New York, N. Y. N. B. The same outfit will make all kinds of Rubber Stamps. Open any hour in the 24 at Joe Lehman's, South Fourth street. Saipr Bw. "Our great May" things like these: sale shows While Gooils Department. 6c Printed Lawns at 3c a yard. 8c Printed Lawns at 5c a yard. Victoria Lawns and Checked Nainsooks, 7 i-2c quality, at 4c a yard. White India Lawns and Check ed Nainsooks, 10c qualities, at 6 l-2c a yard. GINGHAM DEPARTMENT. American Zephyrs which were 14c at 9 l-2c a yard. Fine Zephyr Cloths, value' 18c, at 12 l-2c a yard. ,$ICV ,0O' L B. BLACK, Gifthl II. J. OAUTIKLD, ForSale A RareBargaln. 1 have a complete aot of abstract books of the deed records of the city of Waco and its suburbs, consisting of thirteen largo volumes, with ample room to keep tho records for twenty years brought down to date. Tbeso books I wish to soil and will let them go at a bargain for oash,or I will trade them for real estate in the oity of Waco. Not beioc ablo to get a suit able man to make out abstracts and keep the bookB, and being unablo to give the necessary timo to the books mysolf, is my reason for wanting to sell. If desired I can furnish desk room and vault room for tho books in my office for tho purchaser. Ibis is a splendid opportunity for a man to start up a good business. The right kind of a man can get a bargain, not onlv in those abstract books, but in citv real estate. My list of bargains cannot be equaled. Call and bee me. Office in Paoifio hotel building. James I Blooms. Spring- Medicine. Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pilla on account of their mud aotion aro eepc daily adapted for oorrooting spring disorders, auoh as impuro blood, tired brain and aching and worn out body They act promptly on tho Liver and KidnoyB; drlvo out all impurities from tho blood, and malaria from tho sys tem. Only one Pill for a Doso. Try them this spring. Sold at 25 cents a rhnx bv W. B. Morrison & Co. Do thoy annoy you? What? Why the flics. Do vou want to keep them out? Get your screen doors and win dows from Curtis & Orand. WACO, TEXS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY A TERRIBLDEATH. p." nPUU l CAPTAIN N. T. SNKHD I.N jf. 8TANTI,Y KIIiL.U. A Ilnplilly Moving Locomotive Strike IIIm IIiiL'KV mid llo it DuMicd to ftiu Earth Willi Grent I'orco ITIcliciiniiii County Loove mi Iluuorcil Illti'zcn. One of tho most distressing acoi dents that has happened in MoLennan county for years was the killing of Captain N. T. Snced yesterday after noon. Captain Snecd had beon in tho city on business and was returning to his homo near Hewitt. Not far from home he had to cross tho Missouri, Kansas and Toxas traok. .las as he got near the track he heard a train coming and whipped up his horso a intonding to cross boforo tho train oamc but seeing that suoh at proceeding would bo dangerous ho stopped his toani a short distanco from tho track. The horses became frightened as thoy raw the train approaching and endeavored to dash aoross tho traok in front of tho locomotive. Captain Sneed failed in his endeavor to stop the frightened horses and tho buggy was dircotly on the track when tho engine arrived at the crossing. Before ho oould jump or the engineer could stop the train the buggy was hit by rapidly moving looomotivo and com pletely wreoked. Captain Sneed was thrown a considerable distance. He was instantally killed. His nock, ribs and logs were brokon, in fact, there was hardly a wholo bone in his body. Friends wore not wanting and his muLgled rerua'ns werosoon carried to his home and hia son, Mr. A. C. Sneed and many other relatives of this city wore notified. The irain which caused tho deadly work wan the south bound passenger which was flvinc along at a rato much faster than usual on aooount of being two hours late. They were try ing to mako up timo. Tho crow of No. 3 was Conductor Tobin and Engi neer Hammou. Captain Sneed earned hie title in active servioe, ho was captain of Com pany E. Buferds regimont and served in tho Trans Blississippi Department in Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas. From its organization ho was an hon ored member ot Pat Cleburne Camp. He has beon a citizen of Texas for many years coming horo when a yonngman and helping to rcolaim the state from tho wilderness, fighting tho Indians to protect his loved ones Ho has many relatives in all parts of tho state though most of them live in BIcLennan, Hill and Limestone counties. His son. Mr. A. C Snoed, is a well known, and DOnular mcrohant of Waco ftB aro also his nephews the Messrs Hill Bros. The funeral services took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock at tha Fifth Street Methodi6t church and tho in terment at Oakwood at 3:30 o'clook. In tho funeral services Dr. Bourland, his pastor, took accasion to pay a very high tributo to tho dead. When in 1851 Itov. Joseph Spend, a oousin of Captain Sneed name to tho then small settlement of Waco among Mm nnnnrecatien who heard that first eerraon in a small log hut at whioh is now tho footof Jaokson streotwas N.T. Snced. When a ohuroh was organized his was tho first namo enrolled and he has over sinoo been first to onroll in every good causo. Tho oulogy pronounood by Dr. Bourland was splendid indeed, and few of tho many who know Captain Sneed over knov of his many kind deeds and thn manv noor that will riso up and call him blessed. Ho lived up to tho injunction "Let not your right hand know what tho left hand dooth.1' Tho church was filled with an immense throng of sorrowing friends and rela- Kntertd at the l'ottoljiee tit Ifaro, T ,, 20 1892 -- ' . W ft .&... 3L. JL t'U JL JL. Friday and Saturday Only! WE WILL SELL ALL OUR ELEGANT LINE OF While and Colored Embroidered Flounces AT HALF OUR REGULAR PRICE. These goods are all new and in beautiful designa, and were marked very close at the opening of the seasgn, and therefore they will be rare bargains. Wlii, In 500, 502 and 504 BROOKS UNDERWEAR. E are showing for this week only, THIS GREATEST BARGAINS in Summer-weight UNDERWEAR ever offered to the trade. WE WILL SAVE YOU 25 PI BROOKS tives and the remains were followed to tho gravo by a long proooBsion. MoLennan county has lost an hon ored and useful oitizod. Elis friends and relatives havo lost ono who oau never bo replaced and tho ohuroh has lost a stanch supporter and faithful Christian worker. A THREATENED INJUNCTION. Restraining the Hobson Line From Crossing: the Plaza. Thero was a meotinij at tho city hall this morning of business mon doing business on tho plaza to object to tho Hobson Lino laying track across tho plaza. They proposed to suo out an in jucotion but decided to await tho re sult of tho committee oppointcd by tho oity oouncil to see if a compromise oould bo effeoted by whioh both linos could use tho traok on tho north sido of the plaza. Tho outcoino will be watoued with interest. The Hobson peoplo seemed doomed to opposition and porsccution in everything thoy undortake. The great ocean steamship "Con cord" is now lying at Paducah, Ky. This is the only ocean vessel ever in the Ohio river. The navigation com mittee of St. Louis guaranteed to re turn her to the gulf, provided the sec retary of war would let her come to that port. After leaving St. Louis and reaching tho mouth of the Ohio it was found the water of this river was in such a condition that it was decidod to run to Paducah, at which point; as stated above, she is now lying. Extras for Bugglos. (Jarriago and buggy tops, carriage and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, oush ions, 'izy backs, BpringB, 5th wheels, shaft shaoklos, prop nuts, prop joints, oota, storm aprons, shaft tips single i "ees, snaus in paiin ir ouu, poles, broast yokes,polo circles, dashes, dash rails, seat handles, etc., oart wheels and springs, at T. P. Sl'ARKS & Son'b. Stcond ClnlMntlrr. 50 Cents her Month Two days only Friday and Saturday. Half price for Embroidered Flounces, all new goods of this seasons designs. lie. in id Austin Strkbt. & CO & COWAN A CAUCUS IN UAI.IjAN. I'lxliic up ii Mine III llio Cimnty In the liilcirM of Unci?. Dallas, May 20. A Hogg caucus war hold with cloKcd doorfl yostorday in the auditorium of tho oity hall. As the attendant!) aBoondcd tho stair way a News reporter notioed that thoy were composed ot citizens and fanners, affording a presumption in favor of tho opinion that the city and tho county were in oonbultation about faame heavy mattora. Of the residents of Dallas who aucendod tho stairs thero woro some who havo boon closoly idontifted with tho labor movo mont in Dallas for many, many years, and soma who were on the othor sido of tho question. Both Senator Kimbrough and Hon. John II. Coohran woro present. While tho oaucus wan in session a Nows reporter knoukid at the door and asked if tho attending Hovoroignty wished to havo tlioir proceedings re ported. The sontinel ropliod in tho negative. While this was transpiring a voioo that Bounded vory much liko that of J. 0. Patton, was exclaiming, "if wo put a senator and representa tive in tho field wo will injuro Gov. Hogg. Tho governor has onough to oarry in Dallas county without being handicapped by candidates for tho legislature." Ab this remark did not evoke applause it looked as if tho oauous by a largo majority was com mitted to tho policy of bringing out Hogg oandidatcs for tho legislative office. It IB also fair to prcsumo from tho mixed attondnnoo that tho alato included a farmer's representative, a laboring man's representative and a business man's representative How thoso conjectures will pan out only timo can determine, but thoy Boom to ho wnrrAntod by tho aurfaoo indica tions. Diam nds, watches, jewelry, silver waro nnu bric-abrao, all going at a great sacrifico at tho groat bankrupt Btook of D. Domnon & Bro,; Brown & Co., auctioneers, EH GENT.