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Klt Waco BaTAJlhlHUBli JVLV 36, 18HH. Entered at the 1'oitolJUe atlfaco, X , n Second ClatK'Mntter. VOL. 4. NO. 274. WACO. fEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 28 1892 50 Cents rer Month inKtr Bro's. GREAT SALE n . t i nniTrtnrinn titittitid hie e i sanMPBros mmm mm wnming - - OF ff! ply i Mattin Second Floor. Prices for same grades never so low before. $10.00, 12.00, and $13.00 a Roll. CORSET DEP'T. Second Floor. Ladies' made corsets, extra long, embroidered busts,regu lar 65c value at 4LOc. ,. Ladies' extra long, fine Coutille corsets, silk em broidered, J. B. No. 78,regular $1 value at French woven corsets? em broidered busts,$i.25 quality c. Startling: Sensation Published in Denver Under Oath. REPRESENTATIVES, SEKATORS Ilnuclit-IIiiIf u million DollarH Sent From KiiRlntid to Influence Legislation nutltikcd to Domono tlze Silver in 1873 TI10 Statement Sivotn to Ilcl'orc the Supreme Court Clerk or Colorado--The An koclutcd I'rckn Ilefiikcd to Send it Uut und It Comes by .l(n.ll--Kcuil it. hill, Jones & Goodloe. IWA .1 UST IN! Some of the pret J tiest things that have been shown this season. Our stock of summer neckwear is com plete. We are showing all the Novelties in LAWN, PIQUE, PERCALE, SILK CREPE and GRENADINE. Each roll contains 40 yards of matting and prices quoted are jutt about half of value. We will be able ;to supply all the demands made on tis this -week in these find mattings -at low prices . ' Lata' Reafly Male Wrappers. A large line of new styles, excellent materials and nice select colorings $1 to $3.50 Each. $4 to $10 Each. Inspect them Second Floor. ss. ment. 3 Take Passenger Elevater to 2nd floor for this depart- ANGER - BROS. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WA00, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL , $ior,oot SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $125,000 " IDIIREiaTOIRS. B. BLAOK, ClhN J. T. DAVIB, Vice -president. J S. THOMPSON TBOS. P. ABEEL. t H.cJ. OAUTIKLD, J. 8. MoLKNDON. President. W. D. LAOY, 0. H. HIGG1H80N, Accounts of bank, bankets, merchants, farmers, mechanics wl other j classes wUeKed. BsiSeh attention to small aooounta as large ones. We give personal and peoui Mtenuoi lb our oolleotlon department, and remUon day of payment, all the prinoipnl points of the United States and Europe. Ezohange bought and sola 01 ATTENTION DELEGATES. To the Lampasas Convention June 7, 1892. The Gulf. Colorado & Santa Fe railroad will make prompt couneo tlous'by special train for LampasaB, with trains of the M. K. & T., reach ing Temple at 1:20 and 2 10 a.m., on June 5th and Cth, leaving Temple at or about 2:30a. ra., for Lampasas: and tuo regular 3:40 p. m , U. u. acB. Jt'., train will bring through without de lay all paapougers from both the North and South bound M. K. &T., and G. C. & S, F., train, and extras will be put on to handlo the delegates from time to time, leavlnc Temple dlroot for Lampasas as often as may ho nnoesearv. thus hiBurinc prompt conneotlon with all trains arriving at Tfimnlo. The citizens oi ljampnsas nave iuuu arrangements to comfortably taue care of all who may desire to attend this Important convention ana no one ueed stay away on that account. The tnwn hm hnnti thorouchlv canvasBed and the capacity bolnjr 3.000 and up wsrHa T.t nil who can attend. The usual reduced rates for conventions of tMa vtni will hn ninao dv an ran- rnnriu in thn nfnto. and the samo will W.UM M WM . '. , , hA nilvortlnfifl In IU0 aauv Tmuers ui tuestato, or furnibhed on application to your locaytloket agent. ;. J. unu.ijU J. W. TOWNSEN, T. L. Oautiien, F. J. Harris. Committee on Arrangements. Lampasas, Iay 10, 1802. Remember, our lowest price on doors is, $2, window's 75' centsall put up complete. DAti-As Screen Co. Trv Persian Froth at TSloKennon'a I fountain. Waves Mountain High Or somewhat less threaten, during a storm, to engulf the venturous voy agor on the tempestuous Atlantic Sometimes he is torn with deep ao- spair at Buoh a juncture, sometimes ho is rather glad of it. The latter con dition of mind obtains when he is sea sick. The diabolical qualms which ho has undergone and which aro now aggravated ten fold by the pitohing of tno snip, renuor mm iu uwmuh. differont to his fate. This picturo is soarcoly exaggerated, aB people who have been violently Boa sick will aBsuro you. Travolers and tourists by sea and land should always he provided with Hostetter'8 Stomaoh Bitters as a mnnns of oountcraotinK sea siokness and .the nervous disturbances or stomaohio troublos begotton of uncom fortable transit by land or water, or unwholesome food hastily swallowed at railway station. Emigrants should supply thomselves with Hostottor's Stomaoh Bittors as a family safeguard against malaria, stomach, livor and bowel complaints, kidney troubles and .rheumatism. Good olarot wine 25c per bottlo $2 50 per doz., at J. A. Earlej's. ' "The Garment Bespeaks the Artist." KIRK& REES1NG, TAlZOItS, 314 IS AutUn Avtntte. Shoe Bargains, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Denver, May 20. Tho following is being sont to newspapers all over tho country by mail, it Deiog claimed that the Associated Press refused to send it by wlro when it first appeared in tho Kooky Mountain Nows: Mr. Frederiok A. Luokenbach iB a citizen of Denver, and ib well and favorably known by many of Colo rado's leading business men. He has been engaged for two years past in introducing his pneumatic pulverizer, and met with flattering suooess It having come to the oars of Mr. M. H. Slater, .chairman of tho executive com mittee of the State Silver league, that Mr. Luokenbach possessed the startl ing information contained in the affidavit, that energetic gentleman immediately waited upon him and in duoed him to put the whole story in explicit form and give it to tho public Th s Mr. Luckonbach did, and tho re sult is tho affidavit published' below. STATE OF COLORADO, ) County of arai-ahoe. j Fredorick A. Luokenbaoh, being first duly sworn on oatb, deposes and says: I am C'2 years of- age. I was born in Bucks county, Pennsylvania. I removed to the city of Philadelpl ia iu tho year 18-10, and oontinued to re side there until 1800, when I removed to tho city of New York. In Phila delphia, I was in the furniture busi ness. In New York, I branched into maohinery and inventions, and am the patentee of Luokenbaoh's pneu matic pulverizer, whioh machines aro new in uso generally in tho eastern part of the United States and in Europe. I now resido in Denvo:. having removed from New York two yoars ago. I am woll known in New York. I have been a member of the produoe exohange and am well ac quainted with many members of that body. I am well known by Mr. Erastus Wvman. In tho yoar 1805 I visited London, Eng , for the puipose of plaoing there, Pennsylvania oil properties, in which I was interested. I took with mo lotters of introduction t many gentle men iu London among them one to Mr. Ernest Seyd from Robert M. FouBt, ex-troasurer of Philadelphia. I beoamo well acquainted with Mr. Seyd, and with hiB brother, Richard Seyd, who, I undoratand, is yet living. I visited London thereafter overy yoar, and at each visit renewed my acquaintance witn Mr. &eya,ana upon each oooasion becamo his guost one or more timeB joining his family at dinner or other meals. In February. 1874, whilo on ono of these visits, and while his guest for dinner, I, among other things, alluded to rumors anoat, 01 parliamentary corruption, and expressed astonish ment that suoh corruption should ox. ist. In reply to this, he oold mo he could rolate facts about tho corrup tion of tho Amerioan congress that would placo it far ahead of the English narliament in that line. So far, the conversation was at tho dinner tablo between lis. His brother, Riohard, and others wero thero also, but this was table talk botweon Mr. Ernest Seyd and myself. After the dinnor ended, he invited me to an other room, where ho resumed tho con versation about log'iBlative corruption. He said: "Ii you will pledge mo your honor as a gentleman not to divnlge what 1 am about to toll you wniio 1 Iiva T millo.onviuoe vou that what I said about Iho corruption of tho American congress is truo." I gave him tho promise, and he then oon tinued: "I went to America in the winter of 1872.3, authorized to seouro, if I could, the passage of a bill demo- UR STOCK of summer underwear is large and varied. All the best makes We have a few broken sizes in stock which we will close this week at VERY LOW prices. May be we can fit you among them. If so, "WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. UNDERWEAR K HATS X E are agents for Dunlap Hats. We always earry the most complete assortment of hats to be found in the city. All the late shapes in soft and stiff hats. Our line of straw goods is full, and comprises all the new shapes and weaves. WE never were in better shape to please you in quality, fit and price. All made up in first-elass style and of best quality material. Fit, PERFECT! Quality, BEST! Price, LOWEST! CLOTHING Wli 111 III nil 500, lies k Mi '"5 502 and 504 Austin Strekt. BROOKS & COWAN 125 SHIRTS Dont fail to see our SPECIAL SHIRT SALE, at. One Dollar and Twenty-fivk Cents. BROOKS & COWAN or netising silver. It waB to tho inter est of thoEe I represented the gover nors of the Bank of England to have it dono. I took with mo 100,000 storliDg with instructions if that was not sufficient to accomplish tho objeot to druw for another IUU,UUU or as muoh moro as was necossary." "Ho told me, German bankers were also interested in having it ac complished. Ho said ho was the Cnanoial adviser of tho bank. He said: "I saw tho committees of the house and senato and paid the money and stayed in America until I know the measure was safe." I asked if ho would give mo the names of the mem bors to whom ho paid tho monoy but this ho declined to do. Ho said: "Your people will not now compre hend tho far-reaohing oxtont of1 that moasure but they will in after years. Whatotver you may think of corrupt on in tho English parliament, I assure you, I would not have dared to mako suoh an attempt nore, as x uia in your country.7 I expressed my shame to him, for my countrymen in our legis lative bodies. Tho conversation drift ed into other subjects, and after that, though I met him many timoB the matterwas never again referred to. ('SiEDed ) Frederick A. LucKEtfiuqn Subscribed and sworn to bofore mo at Denver, thii ninth day of May, A. D., 1892. (Signed.) James A. Mimer. r.lnrk Sunremo tJourt. State of Colorado, seal. Real Estato Bulletin. Reported by Bakor and Dilworth abstractors. J II Finks & Co. to W 11 Orman, part of lot 7 on North Eighth stroot, John Morrow surve, 750. Kate Baker to Texas Savings Loan Association, Lot on corner of Tonth and Burleson strcots, $500. Toxaa Savings Loan Association to W M Woodall, lot on Elovonth be tween Morrow and Biirleson streets, $1940. A A Robinson et ul to W M Caroll 8 acres on Robinson road 2 miles south of Waaoo, 1000. Lancelot Watson to Daniel Sobram, quarter Bection 4 of sootion 51 Uni versity lands $1700, R H and R L Owons to Kdcar Chapaton, 52.8 aoroa on Cottonwood orcok part of the Galindo 8 leagues, 81109. Wo furnish abstracts of titles Bhort notice. J. W. Baker, T . M. Dilwoiita, on The many friends of Mr. Joe Smith have insisted (hat he become a can didate for county commissioner of precinct No. 3. Ho was seen today by a News' reporter and asked wheth er he would comply or not. lie re plied that he would positively not make the race, but, appreciated the compliment paid him. The Triple Alliance nteet3 tonight at 8 o'clock at the "W. M. A. hall on South Fourth street. J. J. BOGART FOR COLLECTOR.