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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 22 1892.
The Store Houes 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,
Boots and Shoes, Etc., at
Jtyis i$ 90 flduertisiDod
But a Legitimate Effort to run down our stock and
Remember THIS SALE is intended to RAISE CASH
and Goods will be sold for
Spot Cash Only;
CORNER SIXTH STREET
The onl oheap lot8offored in Waco
for tho last fivo years arc thoso now
od the market in the Kirkpatriok Ad
dition, East Waco. These lots arc
being sold for one-half their real val
ue, making a ohanco to secure a de
sirable home such as will never occur
Those lots Ho high and dry. They
overlook a large portion of the oity
and have perfect drainage. Thoy lie
in the healthiest part of tho city, cat oh
ing tho pure breezes from the prairie
untainted by passago over any part of
These lots have the finest soil, a
rich sindy loam, admirable for gar
dens, and are underlaid with pure
water in inexhaustible quantities at a
depth of fifteen and sixteen foot,
which can bo used for irrigation.
TheBe lots are closer to tho contor
of the oity than any other addition,
and at tho same distance lots are sell
ing for thrco and five times tho price
asked for these. There is millions in
it for pnrsons of small means. Call on
Mrs. or P. G Kirkpatriok, southwest
oorncr Eighth and Clay street.
In New Quarters.
Messrs. Dookory & Co , tho popu
lar insurance agents, formerly of.South
Fourth strrct, aro now domiciled in
thoir elegant now offioo, room S, Prov
ident building, whore thoy havo in
creased facilities in carrying oh their
extonsivod icsuranco business in every
branch. Thoy represent tho best
groat fire insuranoo companies. Their
latoh string is always on tho outaide
and thoy willjbo ploased to soe thoir
friendo and strangers at their new
If you want good coal, quick deliv
ery, tolophono Laoy for McAlibter
Lump. No one sells it but Laoy.
Sii r 1
has been sold and we are
AND AUSTIN AVENUE.
CHATS ABOUT MEN.
Congressman William L. Wilson, of
West Virginia, lias been elected presi
dent of Richmond college by tho trus
tees of that institution.
Sir Edwin Arnold bays that tho lato
Lord Lytton was tho best after dinner1
speaker ho ever heard, and superior to
our own Dr. Depew at his beat.
Thomas G. Hodgkins, who recently
gavo $200,000 to tho Smithsonian insti
tution, is eighty-eight years old and
manages an extensivo farm at Sctaukct,
Dr. Nelson, the recently elected bishop
of Georgia, has a fail that interests him
even more than his life work. Tho bishop
is fond of wood carving, at which ho has
Story, tho sculptor, and Mr. Hooker,
the banker, aro among tho most con
spicuous Americans in Home, tho latter
gentleman having lived in tho Eternal
Uity about forty years.
Tho veteran soldier, General Franz
Sigel, is still greatly interested in art
and artists, and may at times bo seen
examining tho pictures and works of
sculpture in the New York Metropolitan
Museum of Art,
Zadkiel, tho English planet reader, in
his sixty-second annual almanac, just
issued, lias found a messago somowliero
in his .stellar leadings to tho effect that
in November of lbltt theio will bo "a
death of an muprexg or a queen."
ileury T. Uxnanl, who is doing so
much to establish tho beet sugar indus
try in Nebraska, where lie has erected
very extensivo refineries, is a young man
of thirty, eight years out of college Ho
is a little man physically, but full of vim
Dr Williams a London physician,
has a complete copy of tho Bible written
in shorthand characters. Thero aro
many cunoua copies of tho Holy Writ in
various collections, but it is doubtful if
thero is anything in tho world that will
compaio with tho doctor's uniquo work.
A copy of Jay Gould's maiden effort
at authorship, tho "History of Delaware
County anil Border Ware of Now York,"
was leceutly sold at auction in Boston.
Few copies of tho work now oxist, and
tho averago piico for which it soils is
twenty-five dollars. It is a duodecimo
volume, bound in muslin, and was pub
lished in 185U.
NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY.
Miniatures framed in contrasting ef
fects of black and whito are shown.
A matchbox of novel design is in the
form of a folded horse blankot, with a
saddlo on the upper sido.
Coffee spoons with flowers enameled
in natural colors on tho handlos aro
among tho novelties in silverware.
STUVVKD Olt STIii; A Mood b"y
mare ovor 1(1 hands high. Uramloil YA on
left thigh Klvo I) llsra reward will bo paid
Tor her return to store or W. W (Daughter
Wnco, Texas. W. II. JacksOn.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
THE LEADING DMJCCISTS
Gnntt & Poindoxlcr,
NO 31(1 AUSTIN AVKNim.
Mr. W. S. Bibbs has returned from
a visit to his father in Columbia, Ton
ncssce. Mrs. G. M. Blain of Wcathorford,
is in tho oity visitinc Mrs. D. S. Wood
on South Fourth stroot.
Mr. Thomas Uramlctt is confincdto
his homo on South Fourth strcat with
a severe attack of la giippe.
Miss Hattie Trice, who has been
on an extended visit to friends in Fort
Worth, returned homo yesterday
Mr. A. 13. Woody of Union City,
O'Bion oountv. Tenncssoo, is in the
nitv on a nrosDootine visit. It is
hoped bo will make his home here.
Miss Martha Walk, who has been in
tho employ of Dr. Cranfill, superin
tendent of missions for Texas, as
stenographer and typewriter for tho
past six months, has accepted a posi
tion with the Gulf, Colorado and
Santa Fo railway at Temple.
To closn out Winter hats, hair
braids, bangs, curls and wiE
Mrs. B.J. Doss,
4C0; Austin St. near corner Fouith.
What I Know About Hardware and
What I Guess About '92.
Tho year of 1S92 promisoB to bo a
year of low prices. Cotton, corn, hogs,
pig iron and real estate aro likely to
be lower on an averago in 1892 than
they were in 1891. While I do not
look for any scarcity of loanable funds
the dominant and restless state of tho
labor element, pernicious legislation
against capital which borders on con
fiscation, and tho frequency of dishon
est failures among merohants and
bankers, has soared capital and forced
muoh of it into idleness, heneo rail
road building and other new enter
prises aro likely to bo held in aboy
anco. All kinds of labor and commod
ities will bo obeap and trade dull.
For your hardware go to
Corner 4th and Mary Sts.
Bargains for Saturday Oniy.
Best fancy patent Flour $1 50
Best N. O. Molasses at GOc gal
Mormon Irish Potatoes at 35c per bkt
Yelly lr. Sweet Potatoes at 40c b'kt
Apples, fancy, at 40 cents per buoket
Apples, choice, at 35 cents per buokst
Hald-pound p'kg best mixed Tea, with
an elegant cup and sauoer, at 25 ots
per p'kg, old price 50 cents
Half gal. can of 7ermout Maple Syrup
at only 35 cents per can.
1 quart can of Vermont Maple Syrup
ut only 20 cents per can.
These goods ato all' Grst-clasa and
satisfaction guaranteed. Call at O. J.
Miller's for bargains, at 717 Austin
Mayor Protem John F. Herbert got
hot in the collar about the oity mar
shal placing Officer Warren on duty
after ho had been susnended. and
handled the marshal without gloves.
Ho said ho considered it a gross insult
to himself as tho oxeoutivo, and
that the marshal's excuso that
Warren volunteered his services and
waB aocoptcd, amounted to nothing.
Tho action of City Marshal Neill may
have been an insult, but no one will
boliovo, if so, that it vas intended.
A Catamount was shot last night
on tho Tehuacana by Tom Estell a
well known colored man, The body
of the animal hangs up at tho front
door of tho house of Lords. It is the
gonuinoFelis Conoolor. t
The aunual meeting of the Btook
holdors of the Waco Gas company
will be hold at their offioo in Waoo
on Monday Jan. 25th, 18P2, at 12
o'olock for the purpose of electing
directors for the ensuing year.
J OILS h, BaoOKKNIlttOUGII,
' A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. " -
Wbik It b troc I have been chosen "Che President or the iLod'h?
ana State Lottery Company vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, IsfJtjJ
retain the Presidency of the Golf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Coa
py, so aO proposals for supplies, machinery, etc, as well as an other
btuiaets conrmnnlcatloos should bo addressed to me here as heretofore
; PAUL CONRAD, ,
L 18SB NSW ORLEANS LA.'
CURTIS & GRAND-
China, Glass ware, Lamps,Dinner and Tea Sets.
Round Oak Heaters.
BSfc;. - - mstitmr
CharterOak Stoves "WagousTrycicles, Bycicles, Hobby
qoo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS.
J. W. Maxr, President.
R. Botan, ,.
tVu. CAMBnON, -Vice President!.
ZFixst Iisra.ti03n.s1l SaxsJs,
CAPITAL, S60C.OOO. 8URPLTJS AND PROFITS, SI 00,000.
nzHF.OTOnH3. W. Mann. X. Ootan, Wm. Caraoron. Tom Padgltt, J. K. Rose, '
Tort, W. M. Kellett, Travis, F. Jones, W. K. Dannies, Win. Bremtedt, M. A Oooper.
52f" Aoooanto of Banks, D inkers, Merchants and others are sollolted. Wo possess nninrptne
acllltloe formating collections.
A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent.
REM ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'S,
Provident Building-, Waco, Texas, Post Ofilce Box No. 45.
Special Attcnt'on plven to Organlzat'on art Exnmluatlon or Hooks for Bunks, 'Estittt
Coiporatlons. MfrrliBnts.lIimi Tectums. Insurance Compnnles.ttc. and to duplicat
ed Accounts lnLlqu'rirt on or Dispute, Confused Ac-counts Investigated and Stated
Books Opoaea.P steil a d 1 losid. and nrrnnRtd fur any klnl of Business.
Stenography nnd Typewriting aSpoulnlty.
UERMS LIBERAL: COURESPONDENCE BY MAIL O k; WIRE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Money to lend on Vendors Lien Notes.
Money to lend on Pawns.
Money to buy Notes, long or short time.
Houses and Lots for sale on Installments.
We will now contract to build residences
TZLsTO, 3D. -.TS-'ZEXjE),
BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE
moxm&ov, 3pijjk: je rv & Co.
WACO, : : : : TEXAS,
FIBE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
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Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
VWJOK UKliMl nOXJEZ ilOYAL.
. K. Rosa, Cashier.
W. V. Font
O. O. PrscocsB, j Cashiers.