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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 14 1892.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS
GaHlt & Foimhatcr,
The Store House we occupy
To facilitate our moving we have determined to sell our
ENTIRE STOCK) consisting of Dry Goods, Dress
Goods, Silks, Velvets, Blankets, Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Roots and Shoes, Etc., at
Jfyis i$ 90 flduertisiDod
But a Legitimate Effort to run down our stock and
HrJw 14 & Oi H, P II
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Remember THIS SALE is intended to RAISE CASH
and Goods will be sold for
8pot Cash Only..
CORNER SIXTH STREET
Grand Festival Tour
ONE NIGHT ONLY, AT
Philo Literary Club,
On Friday. Jan. 15. 1892.
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAL
Assisted by its unrivalled Vocal and
Miss Laura Burnham,
Mr. John Lloyd,
Mons. Louis Kapp,
Mr. Fied E. Halm,
Mons. A. Laseur,
Mons. Fr. Rucquoy,
Mr. H. Burkbardt,
Mr. W. Angermnende,
A programme of Orohc-tral and Vo
cal Gcmf, Operatio Selections, by
Prima Donna and Tenor, and In
Secure Your Seats Early.
Tickets at GopRin's Music Store.
Woman, Lovely wmnn one bottle or tnj
eelcbrat d 'Ionti will permanently enlarge
Tonr f'Mii I Inchon In 3 ilaix, Bid rrakuyon
u beautiful as Cleopatrs, or money refnnleil.
Price only 2 00, Wonmn a in y true mend,
(or It ne er fulls. IOnii, plorl us Ionti
will make the leanest reon fat and remove
those horrid wrlnkkij. Soul for eenlfd cliru
lax. NKh.DII MILLER
241 Wijiisii Avenue, liucacio. Ills
and wtiitu lard in bulk
10 pound at CrtUTENB,
corner Fifth and Franklin.
Ladies, we havo just received fresh
stock of flower seeds.
W. L. Tucker,
"Lion Drug Storo.
See Met of artists composing the
Bostnn Symphony Orchestral club,
who play at the I'hilo club rooms
Friday night, Jan. I5th.
A. D. Adams & Bros..
Hard to Heat
Peaoh and Applo Cider Try mo
I am good.
The attention of our readers aro
eppcoially directed to tho notico of
the entertainment under tho auspioeii
of tho I'hilo- Literary blub.
has been sold and we are
to - Move.
AND AUSTIN AVENUE.
Steam Sausage Factory.
Fresh Spare Ribs.
All Kinds Meats
Cheap for Cash.
J. C. Stafford.
beware of Imitations
Of MoAlister eoal. No one han
dles the Genuine article but Laoy.
The Kirkpatriek addition is high
dry and salubrious and commands a
MY STORE. 50 marbles ,for 5 oonts
at My Store, G25 Austin etcetr
The Kirkpatriek addition to Waco
puts the chance of securing a home
into the hands of every one.
If you want cheap coal try Laoy's
Brier L'Reek, J6 50 per ton.
Lots in the Kirkpatriek addit'on
aro selling, for tho present, dirt cheap
For tho next thirty days, seo our
prioeB. They will astonish you,
MY STORK, Gib Austin Best
baking powder 15o a can.
Day boarders can get tho best ac
commodations at tho Woman's Ex,
chango, 113 North Fourth -trcet.
Take a drive ovor tho additions to
tho eity and ask tho prices of lots
and then look at lots in tho Kirkpat
riok addition, and you will buy.
Young man, tako a drop on lottory
tiokets, and buy you a placo for a
home in tho Kirkpatritk addition
It is the ohunce of a lifetime.
If you want good coal, qgiok deliv
ery, telephone Laoy for McAlister
Luiir. No one sells it but Laoy.
Parker Bros, can sell you goods
below manufacturers prices, See
their goods and get their prioos.
Havo you used an Embrco McLean
MY STORE, 626 Austin Fine
toilet soap, four bars for 25o.
ROIl HUVs VnlcednoUlng-house App y
1 toT.A.BLIr. 114 if
Hon. George Clark wont to Hous
ton today on professional business.
He will return tomorrow.
Mrs. II. M. Crisonberry, who has
boon ill for somo days relapsed today
and is very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Loopold Lyons aro
off on thor bridal tour to San Fran
cisco and other California oitios.
Mrs. J. H. Brown is quito ill at hor
homo on Franklin street.
Mr. A. N. Harrison left this aftor
noon for Salado, Bell county, where
he will mako his future home.
Mr. Thomas Tinsloy, a prominent
real estate man of Sim Aatonio is in
tho city. Ho speaks encouragingly of
the luturo prospects of Waco.
Mr. J. P. Jones, formorly of Moody,
now of San Angolo, is in the city.
To close out Winter hats,' hair
braids, bangs, curls and wis
Mrs. B. J. Doss,
430.',' Austin Et., near comer Foul ht
What I Know About Hardware and
To bo swindled out of your goods
by customers whom you consider trust
worthy, is bnd, but all who sell on
credit must expoot to suffer such
losses To bo robbed by burglars or
highwaymon is worsej still you have
a right and a chanoe to defend your
self, and if you suaceed to send a
bullet through a robber's brains, you
have rendered a valuable soivice to
society. Worst of all is to bo robbod
by a trusted employee, a confidential
olerk, in whom you placo too mtnh
confidence. It is impossible to carry
on any business without trusting in
the honor of employees, and exposing
yourself to robbery. 1 have been
robbed in this wy by
my former book-keeper, Charles
Werner. Any information disolosing
his present location, will be properly
rewarded, as I shall spare no pains
nor expenso to mane mm taoo a.
Waco jury. Since New Year, trade
with mo has been vcy brisk. My
men have worked their fullest capaoi
ty. I havo come to the conclusion
that the peoplo appreciate the fact of
having in their midst one of the lar
gest, best equipped and best managed
hardware 6tores in tho etato, where
they always can fifid what tboy want,
and secure the lowest prices, either
in small, or wholesale lots.
Yours for hardwaro,
A gentle mare, good for Biddle,
single or doublo harness, can bo had
lor ber feed, or can be bought ohoap.
A child can manage her.
John N Lyle,
lOo South Fourth Street.
Speaks Well for Waco.
Dr. J. W. Hunter, of Moody, and
formerly of Bolton, and well known to
the medic! fraternity throughout
Texas, has gone to Waoo. Dr. Hunter
has no superior in lexas as agynoool
ogist, of whioh ho intends to mako a
specialty. Wo commend him to the
peoplo of Waco. Temple Times.
Dr. Hunter has moved to Waco.
Ho leaves a good practice hero and
will bo greatly missed, as well as his
taim'y. Moody Courier.
Miles' Nerve And Liver Pills
Act on a now principle "regulating
the 11 vor, stomach and bowels through
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness,
bad taBte, torpid llvei piles, consti
pation. Unequaled for men, women,
and chlldrou. Smallest, mildost, sur
est. 60doseB25 cents. Samples free
at H. CJElbhr Ao's.Drug Btore613
MY STORE, 6525 Austin Good
oigars, one dollar a box.
The last ohanco to buy lots olofcto
tho business portion of the city oheap
is offerod in tho Kirkpatriek addition.
The ohanoo will never ooour again in
CURTIS & GRAND
China, Glass ware, Lamps,Dinner and Tea Sets.
Round Oak Heaters.
Charter Oak Stoves,1 Wagons, Trycicles, Bycicles,rHobby
qoo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS.
J. V. Maitw, President.
K. ROTAN, ,:
Ton Paboitt. 1
riist 3Ta.tian.a.l sBeuaaJs:.
CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. 51 00,000.
BIJtEOTOnSJ. W. Mann, K. Kotan, Wm.
Tort, W. M. Eellett, Travis, F. Jones, W. R. Dnnnlca, Wm. R-enstedt, M. A luper.
tST"Aooonnts of Banks, Brokers, Merchant! and others are solloltod. Wo pottseusnniarpa
BjdUttes for making oollootlona.
A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent.
REM ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'8,
Provident Building-, Waco, Texas, Post OITlce Box No. 45,
Special Attcnt'on riven to Orcanlzat'm ail Kxnrrlnstlcn of Rook for B"kB. Estate
Co potations. Jtrri-lisnts Sinn fnrtiircM Insurnn e C mpi dIcb. t. hi d too mpliciit-
ad AonuiintB trililqn t t nr Dispute, Ci n'usud Acrmints lnvn-ll tuofl and united
IlookHOpo-eu, I' etod a d 1 lostd. and nrrtngtU f r anv kin lot Bus mtef.
Stenography und Typt wilting a Hpodi.ltj.
rKRMS LIBERAL- CORRESI'ONIJKNCE BY MAIL OK WIUK ntOMPTLT ATrEKDEDTO.
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
ivxojRiisoiT', apicnMEs: e or sss Co.
WACO. : : : :
FIRE : INSURANCE
Plate Glass Insured Against breakage. : . : : : : : :
1 '::: ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
HPVJOK VyitEU HVTKTi JtOYAZ.
K, Rosa, Cashier.
W. V. Foot
R. Q. Pocockb, ) Cashiers,
Cameron, Tom Padgttt, J. K. Ro'fl,