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title: 'The Waco evening news. (Waco, Tex.) 1891-1894, February 09, 1892, Page 8, Image 8',
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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 9 1892.
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Thursday t Feb. i ith, Corner of Sixth Street.
Next Door to Present Stand.
Wc offer all goods at a great sacrifice, bee these prices
then see us, and see us at once as the goods may be gone.
Cotton plaids and
checks wcrth and sold
everywhere at 5 cents
Ladies' Chemise worth
Drawers worth 50 cts.
Dress goods worth 50
cents a yard.
Corset Covers worth
Table Linen, red or
white, worth 40 cts.
Towels wortli 40 cts.
All these and many
more go at 29 cents
20 per cent, discount
on all Trunks and
Valises and Leather
Kid Gloves worth $1.
Comforts worth $1.
Ladies Chcmcse worth
Ladies' Gowns worth
50 articles worth $1.25
to $1.75 each.
Men's $1.50 Wool Un
derwear. Ladies' $1.50 Wool
Ladies' $1.25 Muslin
Blankets worth $1.50.
Comforts worth $1.50.
Dress Goods worth
Si. 25 a yard.
Silks worth $1.40 a
Trimmings worth $2 a
yard, all go at 99c.
These are only a few of the many bargains.
Everything in stock, before removal,
J. W. Majcn, Prsttdimt.
tVK. Oambuon, '.'.'Ice President!.
Tom Fadoitt. )
. K, Bob, (.'athlor.
W. V. Font
K. G. Pzsoockb, J Csahlera
OAPITAL, $60C,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $100,000.
nritKOTOIlHJ, W. Mann. K. Kotan, Wm. Camoron, Tom t'adgltt. J. K. Boe, W.V.
Tort, W. M. Kellett, Travis, F. Jones, W. R. Dunnlca, Win. Breuitedt, M. A touper.
iarAoooanta of Bonks, lUnkurs, MerohnnU and others a ro solloltnd . We possess omnrpmn.
dltttxs for making oolleotlons
TIIi: STATCOF TRXAS,
To the sheriff or any Constable or McLennan
G. (). Trlpis administrator ol the estate of
U. Ilomund Deceased, LuvIur Qled In onr
Comity Conn Ills final Account of the con
dition of the Ketate of wald M llomand Deceas
ed, together with an application to be discharg
ed from said Administratorship
You urn Hereby Communded, that by publi
cation of this writ fur twenty days In a newspa
per regularly published li the County of Mc
Lennan you give dux notice to all persons Inter
est od In tbo Account for Pinal Settlement of
said Estate, to file tbclr objections thereto, If
any they havi. on or before the Ma ch term,
1I2, of said County t ourt, commencing and to
bo boldon at the Conrt Mouso of ssidCounty, In
Wacoon the first Monday In March jl, when
aid Account and Application will bo consider
ed by said Conrt.
Witness my hand and seal
: of oClce at Wnco this SOth day
of January 1MJ.
:L. 8. : J. W.Hakkk. Clork County Court
: '.McLennan Countv, Tvias.
liy T. II. Bhown, Deputy.
Notioo is hereby givon that on the
12th day of January I892 the Blake
Manufacturing Company of Waao,
Texas, made a general assignment to
tho undersigned assignco of all of its
property for the benefit of all of its
creditors and that said trust has been
accoptod; tho asaigneo has qualified
aud is now in possession of all the
property of said company for the pur
pose of administering said trust.
All creditors wishing to acoopt
under this assignment, must make
known to the assignee their consent in
writing within four months after pub
lication of this notice.
Address all communications to the
undersigned at Waco, Texas.
D. D. Faikciiild, Assignee
Monday January 25th 1SU2,
(Elegant room moulding sliEhtlv
damaged at Your own prioo at Thomp
Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full
sett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Reported by the Waco Abstract
ana Investment Co.
T A Cauficld and wife to J C Mo
Kelvain, 1 acre M Barrett survni?
R K Dunlap to J B Rhodes, inter
est in CO 1-6 acres Sanchez eraant,
.1 G Lensohner to J E Rhodes, lots
7 and 8 Bection B, Riesel, $170.
J E Rhodes to T W Melton, lots
7 and 8, section B, at Riesel, $400.
W L Uarrieon and wife to E O Sloan
10 acres H Pearson survey, $200.
M Levy to J F Estell, 'tract Man
cheoa, grant, $400.
Toial Feb. 8, 1892, $4,u"41.20.
Merit IV is..
Ve desiro to say to our citizens,
tthat tor years we have boon selling
Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, Dr. King's Now Life Pills,
Bncklon's Arnica Salvo and Elootrio
Bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as well, or that have
given such universal satisfaction. Wo
do not hcsitato to guarantee thorn
evory time, and wo stand ready to re
fund tbo purchase prico, if satisfactory
results do not follow thoir ubo. These
remedies havo won their great popu
larity purely on their merits. W. B.
Morrison &Co. Druggists.
Whon you want nice fresh meat
mutton beef, pork and purerlard go to
Mei,loi & Delaney
125 South Third streot.
(Elegant room moulding slightly
damaged at your own price at Thomp
son's E. E)
Death of Mrs. Muse.
Sirs. (Jynthia Muso diod this morn
ing at 10 o'olook of consumption.
She reoently came from Tennessoe
and leaves a daughter 11 years old,
and many warm friends to mourn hor
death. Sho was a noble Christian
woman and died without fear. Sho
will bo buried tomorrow.
The Hobson line runs to the Waco
Greenhouso 14th and Barron street.
Mr. M. F. Hyatt of Bclton is in
Mr. A. M. Wynne of Temple, 18 in
Mr. T. B. Jonos of Calvort, iu at
tho PaoiGo hotel.
Capt. F. J. Badger of San Antonio
is at tho Royal.
Major Wiley Jones lift this morn
ing for Houston on business.
Lieutonant Govornor Geo. C. Pen
dleton waB in tho city this morning
but went south at noon.
Mr. A. L Lawson, tho popular
representative of Crcolo cigarettes,
was in the city yesterday.
Hon. Geo. C. Pendloton of Bolton,
liouteuant -governor of the stato, has
apartments at tho Now MoClelland.
Dr. H. F. Pahl a prominent physi
cian of Brenhatn is in tho city to at
tend the meeting of tho State Repub
""Col. R. B. Parrott left this after
noon for New York to be absent seve
ral weeks. His trip may result in
much good for Waco.
City Attorney John F. Flint will
leave tomorrow morning over the
Aransas Pass railway for Rockport on
Mr. S L. Jonos city editor of The
News, left this afternoon for Pales
tine and other points in Eastern Texas
to visit his father and brothers.
Hon. Lock McDauiels ofAndoison
is registered at the McClelland hotel.
Ho is hero to attend tho meeting of
tho State Republican Committee.
Mr. R. B. Rontfro, colleotor of cus
toms at Brownsville, is in the oity in
in attendance upon tho meeting of tho
Republican Executive committee.
Mr. Georgo Owens one of the most
popular conductors on tho Cotton
Belt, is laying off for a month and is
stopping at tho New MoClelland.
Dr. R. F. Minniok and bride nee
Miss Harris of aan Antonio arrived
this morning and will reside at Mrs.
Cunningham's on North Fourth street.
Wright Cunoy, collector of cus
toms at Galveston, is in the oity to
at'tend the meeting of tho Republican
Executive oommittee. "He was hon
ored by a sorenade last night by tho
Mr. J. G. Schermaok of La Graoge,
deputy colleotor of internal revenue,
is in the city in attendance upon the
meoting of the Republican executive
committee, of which he is a member
from the Thirteenth district.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drisuoll left
Saturday night for Chioago, whore
they will reside in the future. They
have many friends hero who regret to
loso them and whose best wishes ac
mh u war J W MvtmSM ii?5
MODENE ! MODENE!
A sure remedv for re
moving superfluous hair.
FOR SALE AT
400 AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Cotton and
Several good orops and considera
ble speaulativo buying during tho
boom years of '80 and '90, a heavy
surplus which has beonjgrowing from
year to year, or, in one word "over
production" is at tho bottom of the
present low prico of cotton, Unfor
tunately many farmers and merohants
who intended to hold their cotton for
higher prices held and aro holding it
for lower pricos. Of course the prioo
of cotton will iluctuato as usual, but
no high-priced cotton year need to bo
oxpcotnd until the surplus is used up.
Relief will como in two ways. 1. Tho
low prico of cotton fabrics will stim
ulate consumption all-over tho world
and will draw it into new channels.
2. Short crop years or smaller
acreage, or both, will loBsen the sup
ply. Those processes are slow. It
may tako 2 to 4 yoars to bring tho
cotton market into a sound condition.
I have just rccoivod a car of stool
goods such as hoes, rakes, forks eto.,
a oar of horso shoes, tho Burden, XL
steel, snow, cowboy and toe weight
patterns, a car of sheet iron, black and
galvanized smooth and corrugated.
My prices aro rook bottom on these
goods wholesale and retail.
OH THURSDAY FEB. 11th
WE WILL MOVE
To 3221 $s 55t23 Austin St.
Next door to ths present stand we now occupy, Sixth and Austin St.
Where we will be pleased to sec our numerous old friends and
Our junior partner is now in New York working
hard and our shelves will soon be replete with all
the novelties that our American and European
markets can produce.
Look out for grand bargains when we open.
Our new quarters will be well lighted by two
elegant skylights which are now in course of con
struction, which will make our new quarte.s pleas
ant and comfortable to our customers.
Thanking our friends for their liberal patronage
and support extended to us during the past quarter
of a century, we trust in the future, by kind and
attentive treatment, to merit the same.
CURTIS & ORAND.
To O-ulx 2Te-w Store-
I i in i upiil wi i Ml" im
toves and House Furnishing Goods
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,