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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 5 1892.
Gold stein & Miscel OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE LEADING DRUCCISTS (limit & Nmloxtcr, :s o 3 m A I ' NT i : . v UN I ' i: TItlo TDiira. 0lmlcI Place Supply every want now. Prices are down. We are cleaning our shelves and coun ters of all small lots of winter goods of every kind. WANTUII-A liADV TO OAVVAS VOll Delmrtegooile. Apply t 4i'), Austin Btretit. Mli4 Doss, TJOIl Ui;T-'rl of my ilwollltifr. 718, 1 Dutt, n struct. Cull nt stuto I o,' AuRtln Btrect Mks Dots. PERSONAL. 5 S Such as you will never get again at such Low Prices. Buy Blankets, Comforts, Dress Goods and Cloaks and Clothing Now. GIFTS 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 Down. 1 "l fi x r ""3 """"""i J T" it. r "Ti pr " uoiasiein&iYiigei HORACE PICKETT EXPERT THOS. DUGELBY AND AUDITORS. Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Ofllce Box No. 4G, Bpeolnl Attcnt on 1wn ip Orfiinlrat'rn nrtl Kmht lmitldi or Hooks for llvk Ustca CoipornMoni). Mifltnnts.JM n fnoturer'. Inaumn c Ci mpi nlcs 1 1 '. iu 1 to c mpllcut- oa Ace iintB iul.lqn 1 t n rr Dispute, Ci nlufci) Am untB lnve-ll ntp nml Mated floolih OfiOi.ua, I Bteil a il i intuit, nml t,rr'iignl f r u y kin t of nnsiuaei-. Stenography nnd Tp wilting afire irlty. TERMS LIBERAL: COItlthSI'ON PENCE BY MAIL Ott WIRE I'ltOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. FOR RENT Ou the first day of Jauuary, the building occupied by the Behrns' Drug Co. Well located for any wholesale business JONES BROTHERS A Great Bargain in Town Lots I have Homo ohoice lots in Tulia, the county seat of Swisher County and in l'lainview, the county sunt ol Hale County, THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE PLAINS COUNTRY. Will sell cheaper for cash or exchange for Waco city property. Freestone water obtainable at from twenty-five to sixty feet. The sanatarium of Texas. For prices, etc., call at 411, Franklin street. J HGOTJLDY. Mrs V. T. Lenoir of Martin, was iu the city yesterday. Mis-s Minnio Nicholson of Mariin, paid Waco a visit yesterday. Mr. B. II. Stevens of Tyler, was a guest of the Royal yesterday. Mis Dora .laoobs of Hempstead, was a visitor here yestcrduy. Mrs. E. V. Ooodo is, Thk News regrets to hear, very seriously ill. Mr- John T. Harris of Dublin, was a guest at tho Hotel itoyal yesterday. Mr. W. II. Dana of Dallas, was registered at tha Hotel Hoynl ycitcr day. Mr. rV. B. Duncan of Mariin, was in the citv yesterday, on a hurried business trip. Senator John Harrison is hotter to dav. Ho is able to wlk some on his afflicted leg. Capt. John T. Untile will soon oc cupy a handsome offioo in the Piovi dent building. Mr. Jeff Johnson of Austin, general agent of tho Union Central, is in tho city on business. Mr. John N. Word, a prominent liquor drsder of Dallas, is iu tho city on business and pleasure. Mr. K. E Shumate returned Satur day from Mariin, wliero he participated in tho grand leap year ball. Hon. Richard Harrison will leave tonight for Galveston where ho will ropresent tho state before the court of appeals. Manager II. L. Henderson, of the Western Union tfficc, is to be con gratulated upon his rapid recovery from a serious attack of LaGrrippe. Mr. Bob Smith of Dallas, a popular liquor donler, is in the city and will remain hero among his many friends and onstomers during the present week. Mr. Al. Gibson, a wealthy stock man from the Fan Handle is in town to purchase blooded stock with which to improvo his already exoellent breeds. Air. E. E. Thompson returned last night from Mineral Wells, where he bad been recruiting his health. He knew nothing of the burning of his store until Yostorday. Mr A. R. MclJollum is improving steadily and his physician expresses tho belief that he will recover. His many friends will rejoice to hear this for his condition has beon considered' hopeless. Clearance Sale. To close out Winter hats, haii braids, bangs, curls and wis a specialty. Mrs. B.J. Doss, VXii Austin St., near cornor Fouilit MOORE BROTHERS. Manfactui ers Wholesale Grocers. Alexandre1!) Baking Powder. Alexandre's Puro Spices. Alexandre's J avn and Rio Blond (Joilee. Moore Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar. Mooro Bros' Purn Older. Moore Bros' Flint Candy. Having purchased Mr. Alexandres buslnes wo aro now prepared to'lllJ orders promptly. Patronize Home Institutions Sustain our eiforta to mnfc "Waco a Great Manufacturing Centre. DAILY an WEEKLY WATCH THIS SPAG T- T .44 Eta m MS m az - mm k' 1& fci ill r t 'j. ti f I W H ymUsa fcsa SEE' The numerous things we have to offer for Christmas Presents. We do not intend carrying over any goods that can be sold between now and Christinas. If low prices will move them they are bound to go. Dolls- We have by far the cheapest and prettiest assortment of Dolls in the city, and we have made ad ditional reductions this week. Ladies Handkercheifs. We have them from 5 cents to $1.50 in all the latest emb' styles; will make a pretty and cheap present. Albums. Wc have a handsome line of al bums, which we offer at re markable low figures. Gloves- Kid and dog skin gloves make a neat and tasteful present, and we have a full complete line. Toilet and Manicure Sets- Wc have the finest exhibit of this line and at prices within the reach of all. Hosiery. For all ages and sizes in the very best Handorfs Dyes, a box of which makes a very desirable present. Windsor Ties. For ladies and gentlemen, boys children in the latest colorings at 2S- 3S 40 and 50 cents each. Dress Patterns. A nice dress pattern with Beaded Passimentricc, prices ranging half of last week, will make a a desirable and practicle Christ mas present. Imported H obes. As we have still a fine assortment left wc will make a reduction of from $3 to $5 on each one to close them out. Cloaks. 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. Boys Suits. From $1.50, $1.75, 52.00, $2.50 and $3.00 and upwards, and 25 per cent off these prices. Boys Overcoats. From 4 years to 14 years we offer at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, S3.00 to $5.00 and a discount of 25 per cent off these prices. We have thousands of desirable things suitable for holiday presents and kindly ask all to call and examine our holiday stock 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 Christinas. H E 10MIIU S mtta CORNER SIXTH STREET AND AUSTIN AVENUE. 11 itei a G-svr BksPS J i 1 H StS Ofi T China, Glass ware, Lamps,Dinner and Tea Sets. ftound Oak Heaters. What I Know About Hardware and Honesty. A long experience in business has taught 1110 that, asido from every other consideration, honesty in busi. ncas jhiix Ziffrtr than fraud and shaui The cato aud ingenuity required in stealing and to avoid exposure, will usually bring as good results if ap plied to logitimlito ends A reputa tion for honesty and vcractiv is valu able capital. As an employee, it will bring you tho best paying positions. As a merchant, it will draw trade. Whilo now and then a fraud may sue ceed, for evory such s icoebs, thoro are a score of Jhoneat sue cessoi. In bpito of all precautions, it is only a question of timo when frauds will be exposed, I am, offer- 1 ing tho following goods far below I market prices. A job lot of glass and ' orockery ware, somo damaged stone ware, ink stands, corn planters, slick ers, axle grcabe, wagon jacks and wrenches, sash looks, snap huttonB, goggles, can oponets, fancy flower pots, look and hasp oombined, and many others. E. Stiiauss. Charter Oak Stoves, Wagons, Trycicles, Bycicles, Hobby Horses. C5T!JRT1 & RjlSXE) qoo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO. TEXAS.i WACO. : : : : TEXAS, PIBE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.:::::: : : ' : : I Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us. OFh'IOlS UKJtJilt HOTEL ltOYAT., i 1