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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 8 1892.
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Furpitufe apd Carpets,
City Cash Storo.
For a few day's only ,L will soil you
lOdoz.cggi for $1 Oo.
20 lb graoulatoil sisrr for $1.00.
22 lb brown sugar for $100.
Mice ripo banauna's at 15ors a dozen.
Sweet oranges at 25 its a dozon
Spare rips fresh at loots per lb.
Ifresh Halt wator fish to arrivo every
FroMi viuntablos evory mnrninir. Call
at 0. J MiLLicft'a for bargains, 717
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- HnreA- si-urns
Paints g Oils,
404 Austin Street,
Buy Egan's "Blaok Diamonds."
1 . .
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joo
Egan's black diamonds" will soon
give way to "cool comfort," try him
-ere it is too lato.
Dookory & Co., Assuranoo Agents
represent first rlass companies only.
Every attention paid to placing risks.
Givo us a call at our now quarters in
tho Provident building.
Cummins 5 & 10 Cent Store.
Chair seat lOo
Wash pan lOo
Cream pitcher lOo
Sugar bowl lOo
Butter dish lOo
Slop bueket 40o
Lamp chimney 5o
Good towel lOo
Big dippor lOo
(i tumblers 25o
6 goblots 25o
Sugar buoket 35o
Child's swing 35o
Mop handle 15o
Dinner bucket 25o
Box tooth pi'kslOo
Good lamp 25o
Fino fiiftor lOo
Dish pan loo
Fire shovel 5o
Stove polish 5c
Oil can 15o
Good combs lOo
CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE,
703 Austin ave., bet. Gth and 8th sts.
A Husbands Mistake.
Husbands too often permit wives,
and parents their children, to suffer
from headache, dizziness, neuralgia,
elcoplessnees, (its, nervousness, when
by tho use of Dr. MtleB Restorativo
.Nervino suoh serious results could
easily be prevented. Druggists every
where say it gives universal satisfao.
tion, and has an immense sale. Wood
worth & Co,, of Fort Wayne, Ind ;
now & Co., of Syracuse, N. Y.; J. 0.
Wolf, Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds
of others say "it is the greatest seller
they ever knew," It oontaina no
opiates. Trial bottlo and freo book
on Nervous Diseases, froe at H. 0.
Risher & Co.
The Gabert Bros., fashionable tail
ors, 116 South 4ih street havo tho fin
est cutting?, employ the most skillful
workmen and havo the largest and
finest stock of spring goods in tho
city while their prices aro very rea
sonable. Givo them a call.
Ed Sparks for District Clerk.
In this issue wo announce Mr. Ed
Sparks as a candidate for district
olrrk of McLennan oountv. Mr
Sparks is well-known, bavins lived a
life time to ihis county, ills nom
is at Bosqucvillo &nd a more popula
gentleman among Msno ghors does not
live. lie is a eon of Mr. Hauk Sparks,
who settled in McLennan county 42
years ago. Ho is eminently qualified
to fill the effioo for which be aspires.
Mr. SparkB is a farmer and has, by
olcae attontion to business, accumu
lated a moderate competency and after
years of honest toil ho now asks for
the honor of serving tho people
as district clerk, feeling confident
that ho n givo prfeot satisfaction.
Before you order a utw Buit seo the
now and elegant suitings of tho Bpring
of 1892 nt Gabert Bros., largest and
finest stock in tne city.
The Popular Grocers,
505 Aunt in Avgiimo
CORDIALLY INVITE tho goneral
publio to givo thorn a call. Thoy
strive to pleaso both in quality of
goods and in low prices. They offer
a pretty specialty this week inShcpp's
In one pound packages. Every
housekeeper should try it. They
also offer to smokers tho indisputable
and incontestable best
5 CENT CIGAR
in the city of Waco, besides hundreds
of other ohoioo goods. Pleaso givo
us a call.
505 AllNttn Aroimo.
How the Vote Stands.
The voto for the honor of christen
ing the war ship stands as follows to
Morton Campbell.., 1704
Celesto Willis 1262
Bottie Brown 820
Francos Weis I9G
Sallio McLomore 104
Adeline Wicks.,.: 251
Helen Nichols 1056
Loula Jockusch 13i0
Bofa Tiornan 4057
Selena G. Sargent 901
Maggie Williams 4872
Paulino Wynno 1717
Sallio Searight 384
Leo Upson 3225
Lela Williams 3248
Nottio Botan 37OO
I came to Texas to remain. I am
a citizen of Waco. 1 havo been as
sessed and dcolared my citizenship
and havo bought 450,000 pounds ot
Hour to soil tha pcoplo of this oity
and surrounding country, and I am
still soiling Fancy High Patent flour
for $1 50 a sack, white bolted meal
50 cents a bushel, Graham flour 70
cents a sack, bran o5 cents a hundred.
W. H. Rka,
GIG, Austin Avenue
Don't wait for the big boom now
coming which will lift up prices, but
take advantage of tho depression and
buy a fino piano of J. B. Payno at
about half price.
The Wizzard of Watl Street Stops
AND LOOKS AROUND THE CITY.
Ho Travels on 11 Special Traill and
In not lleing Interviewed Gono to
Fart "Worth and From There He
Will Koto El I'utto In Tcxnt, for
For several days the dispatches
from different paris of tho oountry
havo regaled th public with accounts
of tho southern trip of Jay Gould, tho
railroad Magnet. He cams into Texas
from Now Orleans and spent Satur
day in Palestine Sunday he spent
in San Antonio and this morning
about $ o'clook his spooial train pulled
into Waco over tho Missouri, Kan
sas and Texas,
Mayor MoCulloch, Aldermen Jones,
Herbert and Lacy met him at thj
depot and taking carriages ihe party
drove' to the Cotton Belt depot and
tbenco to the Provident building,
which was inspected from cellar to
dome by the great railroud king.
Mr. Lrould bad only a tew in nutes to
stay and was soon speoding dver the
Katy to Fort Worth frtm whence he
Will go to El Paso.
Ho is accompanied on his south
ern trip by Dr. Munn, his fami
ly physician, Misses Helen acd
Hannah and Mr. Howard, Gould, son
and daughters of the distinguished
gentleman, mid General Manager S.
H H. Clark of the Miesoi.'i Paoifio
system and family.
Mr Gould is suffering from bron
chial troubles, and is si eking the dr
climate of the great southwest for re
lief. He was hs dumb as 1111 oyster
when approached by newsf aper repor
ters and all that could be gotten out
of him was that he was traveling for
his health and did not intend to be
subjected to the conventional inter
view. He was however lavit-h of
praiso of tho Gojser city and noted
with evident pleasure the many and
substantial improvemenes in Waco
since his visit here a few yoars aco.
Ho promised to return at as early date
as possible and look leisurely over the
city. Mr. GouU is traveling in bis
special car "Atlanta" a model of com
fr t and elegance.
to Kelhim & Lawson for
lots in Ftrwells Heights.
Italian Want Duiiiubcb.
New Orleans, March 8 The
hoira of Italians who were killed ii
Parish prison March 14ih last, will
enter suit against the city for dama
gcs. Only those naturalized oittmis
aro instituting olaim. The claim will
hardly exoeed $250,000 and will aver
ago about $25,000 or $30,000 for tho
family of each man killod.
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I1 IMME TO WONDER
WHEN FINE FURNITURE can be bough- at .1 lower price than
was formcrlv asked for common. We arc displaying a splendid line
of PARLOR SUITS, elegant in designs of oriental luxury in uphol
stery; BEDROOM SETS, adapted in style and size to homes of any
dimensions; DINING ROOM OUTFITS, plain, medium and elabor
ate all fashionable material, new patterns and elegant finish.
Wc have an elegant stock of the prettiest patterns of CARPETS
ever shown in Waco, at prices never before known here.
R. T. DENNIS & BRO.
518 AUSTIN ST
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
At Waco, in the State of Toxas, at tho Colso of Business, filar 0 a 1, 1802
Used in Millions of Homes4X) Years the Standanl
Loans and discounts '. . . .1113,302 94
Overdraft", scoured and unsecured 9,601 67
U S. bonds to secure circulation 25,000 00
Due from approved rcservo agcntB 21,7G0 37
Duo from other national banks 1U,028 96
Duo from stato banks and bankers .-: 1,275 16
Binking-houso, furniture aid fixtures 4,577 57
Current expenses and taxes paid 7,725 53
Kxchanges for clearing houso ,. v 5 07 70
Bills of other banks 2,515 00
Fractional paper curronoy, nickels and oents 29 76s
Spcoio 7 9,686 00
Legal tender notes 28,000 00.
Redemption fund with U. S. truusurer(5 per cent, of circulation). 1,125 00
Total $542,995 64
Capital stock paid in $100,000 00
Su-plus fund 100,000 00
Undivided profits 32,348 84
National bank notes outstanding 22,500 00
Individual deposits subjects to oheok 205,330 32
Demand certificates of deposit 704 40
Due to other national baoks 19,004 87
Due to state banks and bankers 8,041 21
Total ?442,o95 64
Stato of Texas, County of MeLonnan, ss- I, L. B. Blaok, oashior of
Ihe abovo named bank, dn solemnly swear that tho above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief. L. B. Black, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of March, 18o2.
James I. Mooee
Corrcot Attest: Notary Publio, McLonnan Uounty, Texas.
J. S. MoLendon, )
J. T. Davis, Directors.
C. H. HiaaiNfiON, )
Loans $422,904 01
U. S. 4 per cem . bonds 0 par 25,000 00
Furniture and fixtures 4,677 57
Expenses mid taxes paid 7,725 58
Duo from U S. treasury 1,126 00
Cash in vault and with banks 81,002 88
Total $542,996 04
Cash capital -.., $100,000 00
Surplus and undivided profits - 132,348 8t
(Jiroulalion 22,600 00
Deposits 288,140 80
Total $512,9115 64
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