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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 8 1892.
OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE LEADING DRUGGISTS Oault & Foimloxtcr, NO 311! AUSTIN AVEMUG conrad! ciMi mm FOR RENT On the first day of Jauuary, the building occupied by the Behrns' Drug Co. Well located for any wholesale business JONES BROTHERS A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. While it is true I have been chosen the President of the Louis aaa State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, Istfl retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Com. pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all other bmintss comrmsnications should be addressed to mr here as heretofor PAUL CONRAD LO8KB0X1S58 NEW ORLEANS ka WANTIID Tne address of Remolds Clark His ago Ms about 13 or 14. his father died in Waco, fome ten yimrs sgn. When lust heard from mbb living near Hurrl.on's Switch, or Perry Any ono knowing ot him will uo 'both, heaudmyelf a favor to write to it. w. rtonLK.Ki. u , uaroiay, icina. s i it.ii i.ii-nrown. f iiiKiu-iuuiiDK muibm, Prank IWhceler, and be rewaided. tf vrith saddle and oriiiie on. Jieiurn iu PERSONA L. s !MOIX02Vr, iFMXXNTIC 3B Is Ste Co. WACO, : : : : TEXAS. FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Tlate Glass Insured Against Breakage. : . : : : : : : :::::; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt. Attention to all Business Placed with us. OFFICE UyitElt It OWL 1COYAL. HORACE PICKETT Pickett EXPERT Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Office Box No. 45, Bpeolal Attcnt on gien to Orennlzntlon and ETiunhmtloii of Hooks for Iiitnks, 'EstaUs Coiporatlons. Merchants, Mnnnfnctureru. Insuram-e Comiiiinlce.ttc. and to Cfnipllcnt- ed Accounts luLiqnliUt'on or Dispute, Contused Accounts luvctlented and Mated Books Opoueu, Prated and Closed, and arranged frr any kin I of Ilusluess, Stenography nnd Typewriting a Speclnlty. IKKMS LIBERAL: COllUESl'ONDRfCE BY MAIL Ok; WIRE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Will Reopen. E. E. Thompson will reopen in a few days with a larfjar and bettor stock of paints, oils, paper, etc., embracing a more comploto stock than ever before carried in Waco. Mrs. Dr. Lenormand. The world ronowtied European Medium. Tells your entire life, past, present and future. Discovers stolen property. Parlors at 405 Washington street. This is the opportunity of a lifetime. Removal Notice. Tho Bell Water Company offices have been removod from the old place, 413 Franklin street, to the building No. 107 South Fifth stroet. Tho now offices aro better and more convenient. Patrons and friends please take notice of change. Stockholders Meeting'. The regular annual meeting of the stockhelders of the Central City Trust ooiupany will take place on Monday January 11th, 1S92, at thoir office in Waco, Texas, at 4 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of eleoting direc tors and to transaot any other business that may properly be brought up. W. K. Mendeniiall, Secretary. Dr. Willis, Specialist. Owing to incieascd businoss, I will remain at Waco till Juno,lbQ2. Will say to all who aro afiliotod with Con sumption, Bronchitis, Asthma and Catarrh, oall and see his neio)rocess for treating said diseases. Hot medicated steam taken direct to diseased parts by inhalation. A positive cure in most cases. Will restore hearing when deafness is caused by catarrh. Am also pro paired to treat female disorders, rheumatism, liver and kidney diseases, neuralgia. Hay fever ana la grippe relieved promptly. Booms up stairs over MoKennon Bros. & Co's. drug store. Offioo hours, 9 to 12 a. m.; 15 to b' p. m. In Their New Office. Among the CrBt to accept elegant offices in tho new Provident building on Fourth and Franklin streets, is the firm of Piokott & Dugolby. Thoy aro snugly cneconscd in imposing rooms on the third iloor, and thoir sign, Pickett Ss Dugelby, Auditors and Adjusters, is handsomely display ed on the great windows on tho north west corner of tho great building. The new offices aro among tho finest in tho city, most handsomely fur nished and a orodit to taHte. In their now business, whioh is ono greatly needed in Texas, they havo met with great encouragement and the evi dences are that will soon he over crowded with work. Call on them and tako a look at their olegunt new quartors. Merohacts and others will .save money by calling in thoir servi ces on complicated accounts. and Whiskey Hablta cured at huinu wltn outpalu. Hook of par tlcu'arssent FHKK. hpui ma H.M.WOOLLKY.m ii THOS. DUGELBY JDtXsgollby, AND AUDITORS. Our Special Sale for Saturday Only Murphy's Sugar Cured Hams 11 cents. Fanoy Patent Flour at $1.50 per sack. Fanoy Family Flour (has no equal) at f 1.35 per sack. Irish Potatoes at 25 oents per bkt. Yellow Yam Sweet Potitoes ($ 40 cents per bkt. Fanoy Apples at 40 cents per bkt. 1 21b can String Beans 1 all 1 21b can Corn FOB 1 21b can Tomatoes j- 50 1 21b can Lima Beans cents 1 21b can Mft Peas J 1 31b can Peeled Paohes " 1 2lb can Blackberries all 1 2tb can Blueberries j- koii I 21b can Goosberries j 50 1 21b can Rasberries J cents oOOlbs fresh country butter at 20 conti per pound Fresh eggs at 25 oents per dozen. Fresh Celery, Carrots, Parsnips, eto , just received at O. J. Millers, Cash Store. RESULTED FATALLY. An Accident In Belton That Caused A Death. Mr. John Toulerton, of Belton, mot with an acoident about a week ago, that resulted in his doath last night. Mr. Toulerton was a brother of Mr. Geo, E. Toulerton, of Waco, and his remains were hipped hero last night, and embalmed, and this afternoon were reshispped to Toledo, Ohio, his old home, for interment. Deceased was express messenger at Belton, and while driving to the doDOt a few days ago, was thrown from the express wagon to the street, breaking his leg. His death was the result of blood poison from the wound. Hlil us Slitr? Seattle, Wash., Jan. 8, A similar scandal to that of Arictoriii in whioh tho traffic in tTnp.inose women and tho degrad ing life they nre forced to live in all its horrors, .shame and misery has been un earthed hero. United States authorities learned a man named Itliaka had pur chased in Yokohama tome time ago thiee Japanese women, paying their parents $1)0 each. He passed them off as his wife and sisters. Thoy were forced to livo as fallen women and gave till their earnings to thoir owner, who merely allowed them enough food and clothing to keep them alive. Ithaka has been ariested, and the aid of tho Ministerial association has been requested in hreaking tip tho sys tem of slavery. Fifteen Jatunese women in Seattle luivo been sold outright by their parents and brought ovor here and coinioso tho Japanese settlement, where crime and degradation run rampant. LAST OF THE SIMS GANG. Npul uml UN Two Niilcns I.jnchud In .Miilmiiiu. Moniui, Jan, 8. Neal Sims, brother of Bob, two other men and Laura and Beatrice Sims, daughters of Bob, Sims, have been lynched. After leaving Campbell's house for tho stronghold thoy wero met by a posse and tho livo wero strung up, thus wiping out tho entire Sims gang. Neal was brought down by a shot from riflo and then hung up. Mr, Matt Drcnman is, The News learns, quito ill. Hon. W. C. Connor, mayor of Dallas, is viowing tho attractions of tho loading Texas city today. Dr. Andrew Goddard left yosterday afternoon for Frestono county whoro ho will visit several ohildron living in that county. Mr. P. L. Aloxandro is off on a trip to Coldwator, Texas, to attend a meet ing of the Sherman county Immigra tion Society. City Marshal Alf C. Neil was not on duty this morning, being confined at home from sickness, which, it is hoped, is not serious. Col. Henry Warnor of Crawford, arrived at noon on his Donkey ex press. Ho says it took just 3 hours to oomo from home, but thoro isn't any strike on his lino. Mrs. H. M. Crisonbcrry, who foil from a four-foot gallery a weok ago, sustained a fracture of two of her ribs. She is improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Crisenberry live at No. G24, North Eloventh street. Mr. James Vincent, editor and pro prietor of the Weatherford Enterprise, is in tho city and paid The News a pleasant call this morning. Mr. Vin oont is a true Democrat and runs a strictly Democratic papor of tho Goorgo Clark sohool, and is especially weloome at this office. Clearance Sale. To close out Wiutor hats,1 hah braids, bangs, curls and wigs a specialty. Mrs. B. J. Doss, 100,',' AUBtlu St., near corner Fourht What I Know About Hardware and Honesty. A long exporionoe in business has taught mo that, aside from every other consideration, honesty in busi. ness pays better than fraud and sham The care and ingenuity required in stealing and to avoid exposure, will usually bring as good results if ap plied to legitimate ends. A reputa tion for honesty and voractiy is valu able cupital. As an employee, it will bring you the best paying positions. As a merchant, it will draw trade. While now and then a fraud may suc ceed, for every such s access, there are a score of ;honeat suc cesses. In spite of all precautions, it is only a question of timo when frauds will be exposed. I am offer ing tho following goods far below market prices. A job lot of glass and orookery waro. some damaged stone ware, ink stands, corn planters, slick ers, axle grease, wagon jacks and wrenches, sash looks,, snap buttons, goggles, can openers, fanoy flower pots, lock and hasp combined, and many othors. E. Strauss. You can buy a good lot on your own torms part cash or trade or on in-f stalmonts. Don't be a clam but got you a home while the ohanco is open. See P. G. Kirki'atriok, 605 South Eighth street, corner of Clay stroot and ho will sell you a lot. Just Received Largo Stock Fresh garden seed. Como yo market gardeners. Wo havo ample to supply you in everything. W. L. Tucker, at "Lion Drug Store." Lunohes and refreshments for en tertainments, furnished by tho Wo man's Exchange, 113, North Fourth street. Make Christmas presents of Book port lots. J. E. Anderson. MY STORE 12 Lead Penoils for five cents at My Store G25 Auatin street. EWiE 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 Christmas. 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 gi.50 in all the latest emb' styles; will make a pretty and cheap present. Albums. We have a handsome line of al bums, which we offer at re markable low figures. G-loves. Kid and dog skin gloves make a neat and tasteful present, and we have a full complete line. Toilet and Manicure Sets- We 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. We have thousands of desirable thino-c Qm't-oKi fx,. ii; presents and kindly ask all to call and examine our holiday stock J N. B. For the nceomndnrintic -f flico fl,- 1 J .!.. shopping during the day, our store will be open every night 'till 9:30 until Christmas. LEWINE CORNER SIXTH STREET CURTIS & ORAND. China, Glass ware, Lanips,Dinner and Tea Sets. ftound Oak Heaters. vNly, " msm,m Charter Oak Stoves, Wagons,35 Trycicles, "Bycicles.TIobby Horses. CfSTfJRTI & ORAND loo AND 302 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS. J. W. Maich, Presldont. R. Botan, Vm. Oamxuon, - Ice Presidents To Padbitt. First N"a,tioEi.ebl Barxls:, OAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, I100.OOO. initKOTOltS-J. W. Mann. K. Rotan, Wm. Cnmoron, Tom Plgltt. J. K. Rose, W rort.tW. it. Kellett. Travis, T. Jones, W. It. Dnnnloa, Wm. Bren.tedt, M. i tooper. tarAooonnta or Banks, Binkors, Merchsntt ud othen are eollolted. Wo possemi nninrpmed foclutlee for maklnK collections. Windsor Ties. For ladies and gentlemen, boys children in the latest colorings at 25 354 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 Robes. As we have still a fin assortment left we will make a reduction of from $3 to $5 on each one to close them out. Cloaks. We have some very stylish gar ments in cloaksrblazers.'iackets and as the weather has again moderated, prices will cut no figure to close them out. Boys Suits. From $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $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. OTHERS, AND AUSTIN AVENUE. . . K, Hoe, Ctibtet. W. V. Foot 1 Assistant B, Q. Pidoockb, ) Cashiers. A 'All utm Ua OBlco 1WK Whltefcill in fgyv