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if'WWiyT f. , - V wwmm - " " ' --Uj JAWxJs . .'' ., ' 'J ' 4- vm.:r ,-r ., , WACO, TEXAS, SATIJRpAY,,PEBRtfBY 2; 189 .V - J """"" ' ,.&':$ ,. " ,.' -' -r ! ; " T7. : ' :: '.-v ' - ; i . Miyj-mw.MHia .vinrTnii nrnimTiiniT a" PKiintU uUIITIILDv -JUHiutrMiffltwj,p -w-, wwu XA. ItUUUUUltli, ' HO. 177. ti v Wifj- THI WBKK SPECL&Ii BlRLY SPRDSTG SALE :OP ' LADP' -MUSLIN -UNDERWEAR. Previous to receiving our New Spring Stock we offer all 'stocjon Hand in thisDepartment at . greatly reduced price; as we want toclope oiit all stock on hand befdrerjKe new stocklirrives. I rf connection with" thVsale'o? Ladies' and Child- ren s u naerwear we nave reaucea our stock oi DRE88E3 To actual and. positive Half; Price, as this entire stock must also be sold before the new arrives; in, all we offer about GHILDRENS SHORT WHITE In sizes from one to four years, ranging in prices from '50 cents to $5.00 each. We also offer at marked-down prices for this sale our stock "of IHFMll' MIEI, IXKTI 1 FUlNNEli IQiMKI All of the abbve will fee throvh out on tables on second floor. Take Paiumgeii Elevator. Early purchasers willget the benefit of Largest , Assortments:1 Ladies know by experience what purUivderwea SalesJare; and we -would again advise theia to cair 'early,.as the entire stofck is marked"d6wn. .When a lot is sold out they can not jie duplicated." Rimamtaan Sacond V " ";-' "tc ' "'S'fr ' ti '- 'Tt" !: Wm BRoite T. F. JONES n w. iac. jones. JONES : BROTHERS, Cor. Fiftb aal insfln Streets. " We desire in our Kuitible way to call the Public's attention to our varied and well selected' Stock of BOOTS -and-SHOES. Our Lines are, from the most Standard and Reliable Manufactors, and each and every pair is sold with a Guaran tee. Prices in tins Department rule' the same as throughout our other depart ments THE VERY LOWEST. . " OWE ARE SHOWING THEo Best Line of Boys' Shoes in the City. To introduce pur Shoes, wfe will sell them on the Lowest imaginable r Profits. All we ask is a call. A mmwmm. vlrkoo, ex:A Bxj-sr aisto. sbixD ajjls .iKIJNTIDS OF REAIi BAlp HousckocDcrs bavme coods for the nAoUdajs wiU consult their own inter est by buying ot .Unas. uast. .lie naa cords of butter, eggs and chickens, fresh, and nice, at bottom prices, being the leader in those lines, and Las all the fine Opnslnias grocery goods, bo sides' a brand new stock, bought since tho.Crc. Ho is making a special' drive oh fine fancy candies, of which ho has tho largest and finest stock in the city, at discount prices. Mr. D. H. Spoucer, the plauo and organ dealer of Waco and Central Tezai, la exporting lu dally from Boston, a specimen Parlor Grand Piano, whob when It arrives the public will be notified and invited to call and see. 'The new nlano will be a dellffht to artists and loveia of music. J ., Fflfvmers In tUnntry surround- iPsVyvaco, recogntxe niu luottiinb tuo I nour iney get oomenureni.uieir v.: m tutlons, On, Farmnd OyiianCh.'g,, Long 'Time, Interest; A f V'" s jWF'nsbr&x-.r., m yto' i All Business will . ' C ' i.&- hdve 'Attention. Prompt '' " ,v.. , borne mills. Hence straight flour from the Mills, Ii tne raos the market for .them W country eousInsbWldLup' . .. .' -v. n in .,-L -j. tutiona. is- dv aran tjio v -V .p i -. &WX:mTX- wm& uir'.Dmvqn nffwavs me 'ol WM instl- made The wise man, who wanU his money's worth in every thing he buys. goes to D, Hi Spencer to buy a piano or organ. Spencer selle good goods at reasonable prices and on easy terms. Ask your merchant forMikada flour. It is guaranteed to bake up as white, to rise as well, and to' bo stronger flour than any bt. Louis,. MisRoun or Kansas flour on this market. t Go'to your Unolo Duff Dormau to buy your jewelry, or to borrow money. Opposite McClelland Hotel and south Bide square.. Money to loau on country! or city property by & M. Ewlng, attorney at law. Ill South Fourth street. ,Waoq; . . A nice Hue . of Jewelry and ,ne watch repkflrig specialty at. ATJ; Leslie's. v - -.' Good goods in Boots and Shoes: and fatyour own prices attJastle's'- WhiUl the Mosor old stand,. . s,'" 'Av: uracr your grocerres,'-'grare,7xeea)' wood and coal from Geo. W, McLaugh lin. Satisfaction guaranteed, i pAU6Hjef of eve. " JtlM Mar r Garrett ta.bUdlagaprepaW tery MhMl for ftrk ta BaHisBore at a cost of OTwKMe.OOQ. v , A tmk U lime, d BUef, .by Caaova him self; hat Jast beendkcoTered Ina Mcond hand, tbopiaftrl. Wm Caady, who to to beoomo tho Ouckeai of NewotUo, to Jmt 17(aad ono of the meat expert honewomen In EagUnd; It to preyowd to ratoa IWD.OOO for Mm. Sheridan aad. her children, of which Senator Stanford Km written himself down for 19,000, Mrs, Mary A. LWermore tBeacto all her letoura boon la making tatting and craiy patchwork, of, which fomtnlno occupation the to very fond. The negro washerwomen of Albany; Ok, have warned away several Chinamen, who sought to compete with tbem for the waiting ot that good town. ,, London aocloty to agog over tho reported betrothal of Princess Louise of Wales to the son awl heir of the Earl of Fife, who claims descent from MacdulT. Belva Ami Lockwood has been appointed reprtatatlvo of the Universal Peace society of America at tho Parts exhibition. Bho will start tor Franco about tho 1st of May. Tho Indian prlnccsB, Sarah Wlnncmucca, who attended Wollmloy college, and .has written stories under' tho nom do plume of "Bright Eyes," Is now teaching nn Indian school The poor of Windsor bavo good reason to bless tho generosity of Princess Christian. Twice a week, daring tho winter months, they are mado happy by the dinners which she provides for them nt tho' town hall. A rumor to current in London society to tho effect that tho. Princess Loutoo of Wales will contract tnarriago with a very popular and wealthy Scottish nobk)l Liberal Union tot, and tho worthy bearer of a historic hamo. It to said that tbero to, In an o'.il Boston family, a carved oaken chest, which by will of it first owner descends only to tho brido of tho race who will fill it with house- llnon hemmed and embroidered wholly by her own Angers. Mme. Kowalowska, to whom tho .French Institute recently awarded tho grand prlie in mathematics, to a descendant of tho Illus trious Matthias Corvlnus, king of Hungary. Shp to a professor In a. Swedish .university, and to about 40 years old. Kentucky, famous for its belles, bos jt buds this season, too. In' Louisville-" Miss Mamie. Qrifflths to tho prettiest dancer; Miss 27et!le' Wilder, n .blondo who' plays, tho banjo, the greatest' Jioiress, and 'Miss Mario Evans the brightest convemtipnaltotft The Princess of Wales, it is said, rarely over pays more than 80 shillings for. a'bonnet for cither .heniolf or.her daughters. ' Lately sho. disgusted her: mUllnerstUli further, by taking to that long suiferiagosBaa.berlowa materialtobo made over Jim .lute a com- :&,:' $, i , ? wi i"" Mme.. De Barrios,' the widow of "the Gatf-malau-gtsteral, was carried oat from a';oo vent by her tiusliaadBt .the. .ageof ;;18, and, though she has uovou'chUdrea, to'.sUU young and handsomr'Bho divides ' her time between New York and Euitt-lier wealth runs up Into tho millions, , Couiitoss Mary Taafe, daughter to' tho prlmo minister of Austria, has a soprano voice so perfect and well cultivated that Pattl to said to have exclaimed when hearing It! ''You nro more- than my onnal,'!. Count cs Mary, howovcrsings only ut court and ut mass. Sob is of Irish detceut, 'Mrs. Grlfllu, tho maternal parent of Mary "Anderson, to a tall, heavy, black haired." ttnr" complozlonod woman. There to but little I trace of hor daughter's, boauty in ( her face, separately, token, aro Identical with Mary .Anderson, particularly tne uosa. i Thcro to to ba no dancing at tho Prussian court this ccasoivj The only palaoo festivities nill bo two ctatconco'rta. at which ladles art toupeor lubiack, white, gray br'siavva, Tho emprecs has issued aa order' that the bn menso court.tralns which ha vo been worn avX all state fahotions during tbo lost fowyearj org to be discontinued. , -. ' Thn Rnstiin Transcrint nvi that wtitla 'MaryAndoron..was passing through a store there sbe'overbeard a cUiiy lament leg that ba had not known' who sho was lu time ip take a look at her slncobo wastoo poor tc boo her 'elsowlkWei'' 'Thereupon she (urneil, sjid-dhibplDif.k kiss 'en the; boy's forehead, sajdt '.yhoro, my lad; you can sayuot o-.ily ityp4 have seen Mary "Anderson; bat that mm urn uwu juu,- u -j v : . llyfarTlMsaaii. . WASHlNnTON'. Fob' 1. Thomaa.ftf V ,. Illinois, jatroduced the foliewinB in'the senate to-day : ," ' . ; Whereas, newspaper dispatches show "; tUatstcp's haf o been 'taken looking tc ; -the acquisition of (ho Samoau Islands .-, . uj w uurwan government in vioiauoa, of the jrights and interests lf rgo?.?J ,. ernmentwith which the Koviraawntof . ",V the United fitslra holds m. lilv akJ ' '" "Vi r ; r , . " . r. ; i commercial relations, ana vtn violation -...-- oi uo treaty ngnts oi me uatteufe.- :. States, (herefore.be itj ;. $., Resolved, by the senate and house of: JV,, repr0lentativM,of the United- States, ' " in congress assembled, that the' prestv .y, ui-uk'is ucrcii'y.Bunicu ana airecvea, ntty and interests. of the Hag and gov-v " erDuicnt of the United 'States ud.itsV;" . eiticens whenever disposed, against', f . tho Acts of tho empire of Germany or; r: , its forces. " ", .4 Mr. Bland is of the opinion that his "v V resolution is preferable to certain dth-j-.V'jj, ,. era on the. same subject already ihtro.-.1 duced, for the .reason that it uropoeea ;'-., - something definite' and clothes the pw-' '" ident with authority which ho ,belyaiS5jJ,-J(l! io oc wantins. tie, as wen as otner . . members of the naval comraUtceTTe'7T7,, '" bciiii vuu uBsuiupvion uy tne uenuin. ;.; government of tho .right to . search -:' ' American ' vessels. They recall the fast ' - that such an assumption of Great;,HM '' Britain led up to the war of 1812, af.$ '-" ' ptcr which tho doctrine of the right of searcn was pretty tnorougniy oxpioaea f. s by tho position of tho United States ' ' goTcrnmeht and that from the exercis'e '" -j of similar authority our own, govern- '"" government was forced to retreat in( J,. tho caso of the etoahior "Trent," when ; one of our naval vessels stopped jf'"v . British vessels and took off tne con-B - iWvT.a federato commissioners.' Mir4rH kkejr.lQ '-V San Anionio, Tex.; Jan. 81.-J;lh 1 Nixon, local acent of the Welli-ar .. M, express company, reoaived a teletrraM nuts' uivutsj uwur ,fnHiiM7 &wihii . . . the'.oomnany'a , auDarlntaiMlaiit ;m -i Mwleoiglvibi brief parVoolarii.ofUw sf hooMng at apw ?yWray af . "" that five man hav'barraitiMl vft( . -M par'tIolpatirir In thalrw; th olt J.M ofJwhleh was rabkeW. JMrttbs' . '' hoirie is In thla cliy?:pt iVihoMht;rin 1 , ' jviiicne. (v. ry r-y,'-'.x$-M- " far tne .cawMtlai. 'ffizv'-J '. AuokeanivNkw, Zkaland Jani.ai;.. '.i .-The German counsul Ydeolares thit'.;.! J thoGermans arp'nt wr with . bamoa . n1 ffmf flntana ill ilnrlnrnil tn rnilniJfir,.'' i-''': martial lam'."' '- - aswiKSswsss; The latest advices from Samoa sav ,.,.: II Tamascso's.Bupporters word rdduccd to'$is -ifil 800.-" " " i"-'f"I" &:. itr. ew Will WUlisattayauP II- feMib Money on ydui' pUsmm ''jrti&tf: . '.- mK: or Jewelry. - , ,- H Fire II ". T . . -4 j, -W ..'O. ' . ,- ' ' s' ri istkrjiA I"- In.uMhls. nne:iinev .unrtatmmea rLLugo rur you' want oxtra choico beef (Orippcns'ecntral Market, corner Fifth and 'Franklin. He is killing daily, corn fe.d beeves, the" finest ever broucht to this market The Central Market is tho place to buy the choicest meat to be had; and don't you, forget it, when you havo your market basket on your arm. If any agent or dealer, lit Waco Is skeptical about Mikado flour being as good as any brand of Bt. Louis, Mis souri or-Kansas flour on this market, let tbem demonstrate it' by a test to be mado by an impartial committee, and the Waco. Boiler Mill will, con tribute twenty saoks of flour .to Mr. Appell'a relief fund, falling to beat Mikado, the party making' the test, to contribute a like ammount of flour lor the poor and destitute. The University job printing offloe. In the new Jones building on Frank lib street, between 4th and 6th, la prepared to do all klndu of job prin ting a'tUhe lowest, living prices. An la- uiainr nuiaauu juicn u 6 Fires will comoE. tf Itxbugh will ntJimr. Olce, with'John.T, Bat . flftlsaath Fourth street (HER Go to W. D. Jaoksou and get a pho tograph.of yourself and children. 40,000' first-class cigars at I. C. Meek's Commission and Auction House 818 Austin street. Bargains in boots and shoes aro to be had at Castles & Whito's. Coal and wood, Geo: W, McLaugh lin's nrornpt .delivery Buy your candles at Joe Lehman's south 4th street. Best turn-outs in town at Molder Hearne's. Best mealaserved to order.at Mra Ed White'a restaurant on 6th street, Fish aid gamo of all Silver Moon , kinds, at the - HeonMsy'a Inported Freaek bran dy lust received; from Bordeaux at Cotton Exobauxe. f your oysters at the Silver -Take, Moon. n Boas'' Inported Boda at the Cotton Exchange. ., f good-'raeals go to th Silver. For Moon. If you'waut freeb tally eatvdy tea tc Joe Iliman'a aputh 4th street; ' ' B.aadgatCottottKMtMMW. , ". SCIENTIFIC 8QUIB8. An immoasoly rich vein of silver has beep rounu only n row nues irom.iuuiuin. A raoaster blast was reoently madam Beet land Ui which 75,000 tons of gronlto were dlx; placed. " ' U ' "" ' Tbero seems to be no truth in tho report that the famous Portland freestone qitarriMi In Connecticut ore giving" out, Important, beds of coal, four feet to Ave feet thick and & excellent quality, bavo re cently been discovered In the Crimea. Recent experiments demowtrate tb.itsea water loo Hoots with bad part abovo water. and fourteen and eight-tenths below. Spontaneous combustlou in cotton taked with oil l said to take placo most' nuicUy when tbero to equal weight of each. Fortunately In'New'iealand somnf, tb birds are protected by governmental .laws, but. atatady many of the species "bavo dlea oiit. ,,' " i -, At Harvard paotographe hava beea ob taiaedof the outer ateUMa of 'Mars and of all the satellites of Saturn aad Draaus exeept The British and American -, consuls .. havo declined to recognise the right Dr;:i--v Germany" io estahlish martial' Uwff'-.. The German authorities were willing; ' . tn reoocniza Mataafa nro'vluinttirhatJ .- Bohool for Daneing.v, ;ku? ;'.-m-' :.-" fWS....w Mm.&ifi' '& ' ' . ).' -i. ':', . I .1 . MnnV frnm-MAmnhis. T wtU'omn.aa)ae(T;Kyt"r'$'l at JSdith Bioek.fewner JBW;anaryt;aaB-v.f?uli1 itigton streets," First;,leiaonfor;gentle, iw;v men Wednesday evenlogJanuarylGth 1'-F. at 8:80 p; m. ' Fin. le fdriadies , and. children Saturday, JarimryOth, at y I 3 o'clock p, m.. " W- 't "' - If you never .got a bargain before, v" you caalget it now. in Boots and SGoes,- : it Castles ;Witi.r t i. . Castle 4 WbIw., who. bought the , p.. bankrupt ateek or ooota ana,snoe, . j are bankruatlnir prices the way they lAii'S , . , Dr. P. B. He'ugst. physician and surgeon. Headquarters at William son's drug store. t Telegraphy and short-hand, two of ih'e finest arts known, taught at the new college, Bee advertisement on third page. Landreth's, ferry's and Bowea'a garden seeds, fresh, at Joe Thomp- Tho lead linings aad plpiag of tho reoently dtoeovered llomau'batbs iu BataVEogland, were found to be hi a woaderfaHy godd state of; preservation. :",. L Tto electro-magnetic theory of light, etto" factorily explains, way 'tea .wav if llabt aad baat have traacverse rather than loagi-, tadhud vrbraUofM. 1'-., ,. -1 . The laiposmgaadsibsijastial MaaaaMaa briage aeross the Harieca river is aboet'eom Med aad wilt be ready for traeeraih-hHrb-a'sWrUxiay, ; : ;-?r;, " ntasor OnUkim.MU propawiswttmlMt iagfreaitbeestMUS hsdatos; every questioa m z m -u Castles & White, are live men from away up tho creek, and" they are para lysing prices on .boots and sboes. m -Dr. W. A. Howard' rooms 210; N. 5th streer,,at the Humphreys plaee. i ' ' For meals goto Joe Lehmahn. - . The cheapest Shoes lu che city, an; to be had at Castles & White, the old Moor stand. Q -i , m , Partiesdeslrihg board will consult their1 interest by calling at the Silver -r -..'-r: : - i' :: . .. -V. .m. St ..f l.i rawooiie uw a. " ,:;- -tji ,- u nri .liU nrtrth aide nubllO ,i-" .!. . I . w&l . TheflrtMlMlneKtlnthlaHl Jaa TboMoa'a . '' s . (!- 8 Jt R GREAT BAR Qliyi, WIIMM WMM WsW'aWiOMR WPftTikjsWel f!ByMdiatPiYnU'l nkllu. , C- d( u . - . ''r '. V-k?MVkk '' r7- '$ v. '. s.-M'r- i-y n :&"' : r 2l ,. iS, tf !"...'. 1" . ' W. '&Aj?r.