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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 2 1892.
TXtl TTixxxe slxxcI Place
Supply every want now. Prices are down.
We are cleaning our shelves and coun
ters of all small lots of winter goods of
Such as you will never get again at such
Low Prices. Buy Blankets, Comforts,
Dress Goods and Cloaks and Clothing
EW YEp G
You can afford to buy a present now. We
are closing out all Fancy Goods at half
prices. Lamps, Clocks, Easels, Screens
and all House Decorative Goods away
HORACE PICKETT THOS. DUGELBY
Piclett & DtAfgellby.
EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS.
Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Office Box No. 4fi.
Bvto'nl Attcnt'on rKcn p Orjaui'rat'rs aril Exjiirltiftlrn ol I'ooki for Bnrlts, Kntstes
Cotporhtlorg. JWr'I'iints M n' firtnrer Inenran c 0 mpoilcs.t t. hi 1 toe nipltctit-
eu Acci in.lB li Uqu rt 1 1 n rr Dispute, f niiitcd Acri unta lticstl iitprt and stilled
liookh O0'. en, 1' uteri a 1 IobuI. and i rr npttil f r n1 j kin I of Ilusni'.'ns
8tenorii)liy nnd Tyiw Itli B a Sre Inlty
T3EE1IS LIBEKAL: COHItt SPOM1KNCE BY MAIL OK WIRE I'HOMl'TLY ATTENDED TO.
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
On the first day of January, the building occupied by the
Behrns' Drug Co. Well located for any wholesale business
A Great Bargain in Town Lots
1 have some ohoioe lots in Tul'u, tho county seat of Swisher County, i
in Plainview, the county sunt of Hale County,
THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE PLAINS COUNTRY.
"Will 6ell cheaper for cash or oxebange for Waco city property. Freestone
water obtainable at from twenty-five to Bixty feet. The sanatorium
of Texas. For prioos, etc, call at 411, Franklin street.
Mffi RE ROTHERS.
Manfactulors 8 Wholesale Grocers.
Alexandre's Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure Buioes.
Aloxundre's Java mid Rio liloud Cottoe.
Moore Bros' White
Having puroiiased Mr. Alexandre iiuninea wo are now prepared to iilJ
ordoru promptly. Patroniye Homo Institutions, flustain our ellortB to inahf
Waco a Great Manufacturing Centre.
Wine and Apple Vinegar.
Moore Bros' Purn Cider.
Moore BroB' Flint Candy.
lowinp prorgaunno win
1. Ororturo Mlgnon Ambrolso Thomas
2. Duo ltondoIIrllliant Herman ,Mohr
Mrs. lleaob. and Miss Fark.
3. Vocn" "Mvect Tho Angelns wbb Kinging,"
(with Violin Oullgnto by Mr. Bclilndltr)
4. Dne 1'ulnocn. Op. 72 Wobor
Mimes Thompson and I'.rk.
5. DansoEinagnol, Guftav Sattcr
8. Vocal Dnot
.Mr. and Mrs. I'yrno,
7. Duo Mnfette and Unvntte, RaU
Mrs. MoMullcnnnd Jlisa De Zoncho.
8. MalladAiKiwer Robvn
li. I'lano Solo....
MlfB SnUle McCnlloch
Mrs J 0 Walker is entertaining a
number of ladies a' an "afternoon tea"
this afternoon. Mrs Walker's enter
tainments are always pleasant and it
is unfortunate for us that this ono
occurs at a time when it cannot be
reported in this issue.
Mrs W K Finks is visiting rela
tives iu Sptingtield, Illinois.
Miss Suella Hudson, a unarming
bello of Caldwell, is a guest of Miss
Miss Aloxaiuler, tho recont guest of
Miss Ola Jackson, has returned to her
home in Dallas, much to tho regret of
her many irinnds hero.
Miss Hatio Trioe loft during tho
past week to visit friends in Fort
Miss Julo Robertson leaves today
for a visit to Goneral Ilamby and
family in Austin.
Miss Mury Randlo is visiting friends
Mrs J F Oroco of Dallas, is spend
ing tho week with her mother, Mrs
J C Craig.
Mr Robert Williamson has return
ed to Now Orleans, after spending
Christmas in tho city.
Mr and Mrs Walter Stewart havo
returned to their homo near Graham.
Miss Bertie Morris arrived fiom
Ilouston Thursday and will spend
several weeks in Waoo, a guest of
Mrs Elliott of Ilouston, returned
homo on Tuesday last, after a plnasant
visit to her noice, Mrs Geo Clark,
on Columbus street.
Mibb Cora Lee of Bolton, spent tho
Christmas holidays in the oity, a guest
of Mrs 11 B Ohandlor, on "Franklin
Mr Frank Tennant is visiting his
sister, Mrs Ham, in San Bernadino,
K Leo has removed to
where he will reside in
Mr and Mrs Tom Padgitt and fam
ily have roturned from a visit to St.
Mr Hood of Weatherford, is spend
ing a few days in the city.
Mr Bentiie Solomon of Now York,
is visiting the city and will bo present
at the Solomon-Lyons wedding next
What I Know About Hardware and
When considering the great inven
tions ot modern times we must not
overlook the fire workB. They are ol
vast benefit to humanity. Without
them Christmas could not be celebrat
ed. The fact that thoy endanger tho
lives, limbs and property must not be
taken iuo consideration, for tho chil
dren and fools must havo their fun on
Christmas. While tho fire-eraoker is
only capable to set your clothes, hair
or house on fire, whiskey oomes to
the rescuo and Bets your sroinaoh and
brain on firo. Tho sooial and iogal
approval given to drunkenness and
gluttony on Christmas is rather peou
liar. I doubt if Christ feels proud of
his followers who honor his birth-day
by phooiing and yelling, overloading
their stomachs and getting beastly
lam proparod for spring trade in
my saddlery department. 1 havo a
largo stock of bridles, collars, cotton
rope, plow linos, back bands with
common and Fuller hooks, hames,
hame straps, trace chains, doublotroes,
singletrees, both wood and steel, I
plows, steel shapes, plow stocks, dou
bio shovols, etc., all at bottom prioos
retail or wholesale.
Lacy's Brier Creek Coal.
One ton $5 50, one half ton $3.00;
ono fourth ton 1.75.
ods that can be sold between now and Christmas. If low
ces will move them they are ound to go.
Wc have by far the cheapest and
prettiest assortment of Dolls in
the city, and we have made ad
ditional reductions this week.
We have them from 5 cents to
51.50 in all the latest emb'
styles; will make a pretty and
We have a handsome line of al
bums, which we offer at re
markable low figures.
Kid and dog skin gloves make a
neat and tasteful present, and
we have a full complete line.
Toilet and Manicure
We have the finest exhibit of
this line and at prices within
the reach of all.
For all ages and sizes in the very
best llandorfs Dyes, a box of
which makes a very desirable
We have thousands of desirable things suitable for holiday
presents and kindly ask all to call and examine our holiday
N. B. For the accomodations of those that cannot do their
shopping during the day, our store will be open every
night 'till 9:30 until Christmas.
CORNER SIXTH STREET
CURTIS & ORAND-
China, Glass ware, Lamps,Diuner and Tea Sets.
Round Oak Heaters.
Charter Oak Stoves, Wagons,
too AND J02 AUSTIN
WACO, : : : : TEXAS,
FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.::.
Prompt Attention to all
things we have to offer for!
not intend carrying over any
For ladies and gentlemen, boys
children in the latest colorings
at 25, 35,40 and 50 cents each.
A nice dress pattern with Beaded
Passimcnt e, prices ranging
half of Iwcck, will make a
a desirable and etiele Christ
Imported R obes.
As we have still a fine assortment
left we will make a reduction
of from $3 to $5 on each one to
close them out.
Wc have some very stylish gar
ments in cloaks, blazers, jackets
and as the weather has again'
moderated, prices will cut no
figure to close them out.
From $1.50, $1.75, 2.00, $2.50
and $3.00 and upwards, and
25 per cent off these prices.
From 4 years to 14 years wc
offer at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
S3.00 to $5.00 and a discount
of 25 per cent off these prices
AND AUSTIN AVENUE.
AVE., WACO, TEXAS.
a Line of First-Class CompanJ
Business' ' --?th us.