WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 12 1892.
,ANTi:n-Snloman to introduce onr
W rparl Mty to the Dry good" nd Orocery
trada: quick sales and Istro pr flts gna n-
teed. Particular' on application 1 writ quick.
ObjMik A. 1UK A ',
South Bend, Ind.
STUAYi:i..Hrown, ling e.footinit horro,
v 1th SHdd e and bridle o 1 Ile'i rn to
Frank Wheeler and bo rewarded. 1 12 tr
$ $ $
The Store House we occupy lias been sold and we are
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS
Gnntt & Poiiiricxtcr,
NO 310 AUSTIN AVENUE
- to - Move.
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
Jfyis i5 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
Grand Festival Tour
ONE NIGHT ONLY, AT
Philo Literary Club,
On Friday. Jan. 15. 1892.
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAL
Assisted by its unrivalled Vooal and
Miss Laura Burnham,
Mr. John Lloyd,
Mons. Louis Kapp,
Mr. Fied E. Halm,
Mons. A. Laseur,
Mons. Fr. Rucquoy,
Mr. H. Burkhardt,
Mr. W. Angermuende,
A programme) of Orchestral and Vo
oal Goms, Oporatio Selections, by
Prima Donna and Tenor, and In
Secure Your Seats Early.
Tlckots at Goggin's Musio Store.
Woman, Lovely woman, ono bottle of my
oelebrat d Tonti will permanently enlarge
yonr f'imJ Inchon n 3jdaya, nod.rrake you
as beautiful as Cleopatrs, or money rerun ded.
Price only 2 00, Womim'a ( n y true friend,
for It ne er fulls. To.nti, plot! us Tonti
will make thn leanest pron fat, and remove
those horrid wrlnklm. 8en4 for tealed circu
lar. MKx. 1)11 MILLER,
241 WAiustf Atknub, t'liiCAfio, Ills
Central Gtty TrnstGo.
Waco, Thx., Deo. 31, 1891.
nil's Hecstvabte IC7,BI268
ItR Ktte lU.MSbli
Fnrnl uro and Flxtnres ... 4U7 KJ
Caphtnuand ort-uo Air a Si.78)
huuilry l.cclucr ac'ls truod 73147
Capital Slock (paid up)... $ 49,920 00
Time deposits ut tipei ceit.
inter.sl 4 a. s
Dlronant 'nnearnpil) ... 14.127 119
fcu dry accounts d-'mtson
J,ijM and gain 2,307 27
7rf,014S8 W 014 26
W. K MKNDKNllAlilj.
AND AUSTIN AVENUE.
An Opportunity for Every One
We take the following from an er
ohango: Tbero is to be found at
Rockport a museum of ores and pro
ducts of Texas. Among these is a
box containing two fino bujohes of
oranges. Ono bunch ot twelve beau
tiful oranges was grown by that en
terprising gentleman and eminent
lawyer, Major W. S Dugat. Wo will
give their history in the Major's own
language. The tree from which
they were token was bought from
California in 1880 and was 18 inohes
high. It is of tbo celebrated man
darin variety. In lbbo it ripened
three oranges; in I89U it ripened
seventy; and in IS91, ur the iourth
year of its Texas habitat, it ripened
246 splendid oranges. Major Dugat
further states that the Japanese Per
simmon eucccded well last year.
It blooms in November and ripens in
Tho other bunoh of oranges sent
by Mr. Doughty was grown by his
son in-law, Mr. Don Teas. Theso
oranges are splendid specimens; in
deed for quality and size they cannot
bo excelled in any country. Wc re
gret that the variety is not Btatcd.
Mr. C. P. Eidson, sends Prof. Attwa
tor a bottle of Mustang wino of tho
vintage of 1831.
These products sent by tbo above
named enterprising and pro.
gressive gentlemen to the
Rockport museum are now
carefully labelled and arranged in tbo
exhibit of the coast oounties of South
west Texas and reflect great credit on
If the Rockport lands produos
oranges, tho land alone is worth $500
por aore, and if it is near tho city of
Rockport it should bo worth what su
burban lands arc always worth as com
pared to those distant from commercial
centers. Theso lands are cheap, and
Texas shonld encourage, tho oulturo of
this golden fruit. If land is good
for oranges and also near a city which
has every reasonable prospeot for bo
coming a Grit class seaport, the far
seeing man will profit by tho experi
ence of Peter MoLelland, J. W. Mann,
Dr. McGregcr and other wealthy men
Look to any oity in this or any
other country, and tho wealthy men
are those who owned land in it beforo
its suburban lands began to enhance
in valuo. Roekport for oranges and
Hon. R. M. Wynn ot Fort Worth
is in tbo city.
Rev. J. K. Street has gone to Port
land, Texas, on business.
Mr. H. L. Dunn of Fort Worth,
was in tbo oily yesterday.
G. Pessots of Austin is in tbo city
and is stopping at tho Paoifio.
Mr. A, Raiford if Galveston, was
a guest at the Royal yesterday.
Col. 0. C. Cautrel cf Nashville,
Tonnessco, was among yesterday's
arrivals in tho city.
Mies Mamie McMaban is quite ill
at tho residence of her brother, Mr.
It. S. MoMahan, No. I7I3 South Tenth
Mr. P. L. Alesandro of tbo Sher
man County Land company has re
turned from a business trip to Cold
water. Dr. Dudley Pearson of Jackson,
Tennesse, has just returned home
after a pleasant visit to his friend,
Mr. S. 0. Olivo.
To close out Winter hats,-' bail
braids, bangs, curls and wit
Mrs. B.J. Doss,
430,'tAuttln Et., near corner Fouiht
What I Know About Hardware and
To bo swindled out of your goods
by oustomers whom you consider trust
worthy, is bad, but all who sell on
credit must expoot to suffer such
losses To bo robbed by burglars or
highwaymen is worse; still you have
a right and a chance to defend your
self, and if you succeed to send a
bullet through a robber's brains, you
havo rendered a valuablo seivice to
society. Worst of all is to bo robbed
by a trusted employee, a confidential
clerk, in whom joujplaco too mum
confidence. It is impossible to carry
on any business without trusting in
tho honor of employees, and exposing
yourself to robbery. I havo been
robbea in this way by
my former book-keeper, Chorles
Werner. Any information disclosing
his present location, will be properly
rewarded, as I ah all spare no pains
nor expense to make him faeo a
Waco jury. Since New Year, trade
with mo has been vcy brisk. My
men have worked their fullest capaci
ty. I have come to the conclusion
that the peoplo appreciate tho faot of
having in their midst one of tbo lar
gest, best equipped and best managed
hardware stores in the state, where
they always can find what thoy want,
and seeuro the lowost prices, either
in small, or wholesale lots.
YourB for hardware,
A Suro Curo for Pllos.
Itching piles are known by moisture
like perspiration, causing intense itch
ing when warm. This form as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding,
yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Romedy, which acts directly on parts
affected, absorbs tumors, allays itohing
and effects a permanent euro. SOots,
Druggists or mail. Circulars free.
Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadel
phia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison
Have you not beard about it??
Well, lam selling,
iiO pounds granulated sugar for $1 00
Perfection corn (best in the world)
for 12 1 2 cents per can.
3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10
cents por can.
Arbuoklo'a coffee !22 1.2 ots. ber peot.
Irish Potatoes 25 cents por bucket.
Best patent flour $1.40 per sack.
Toe S. Thompson.
CURTIS & ORAND.
China, Glass ware, Lamps,Dinner and Tea Sets.
hound Oak Heaters.
Charter Oak Stoves,Was;ons, Trycicles, Bycicles, Hobby
OTfJRTI & ORAND
Soo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS.
J. W. Majcn, President.
F. Hotak, ,
Ton FadqitV. )
First fcTebtioxLeuL Bank,
CAPITAL, 60C ,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, I100.OOO.
nillEOTORSi. W. Mann, E. Botan, Wra. Cameron, Tom Padgltt, J. K. Hose, V
Tort, W. M. Eellett, Travis, F. Jones, W. It. Dannloa, Win. n-eustedt, M. A (louper.
p2f" Aooonnta of Banks, Binkers, Merchant, and others are aollolted. We possess uniurpa at
acllitlea for making collections.
A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent
REM ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'3,
Pickett & jyx&Uyys
EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS.
Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Office- Box No. 45.
Special Attent'on liven to OrpanliBt'on a-d Einmlnatlcn or llookt for Bv-bs. 'KtUtes
Cotporntlons. Meriliants. M m fnrturer.. Insuran -e Compnnles.. t aud too mpllcut-
edAoiuunts lnLlqu 1t on or Dispute, Onfneei A emu tit a Invent atprt and Stated
BiokhOpo iej, P steel a d ( losd. and rrmKtd f r a-y kin I ol Business,
Stenography uni Typewriting a StiO'dnlty.
CBRM9 LIBERAL: COBRKSPONDENCE BY MAIL Ort WIItE PKOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
MOXfclfcO VST, PITJaHB: E 1 8s Co.
WACO. : : : : TEXAS.
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Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
OFFJOK UNltUtt nOTJCX, llOYAL.
. E, Rosa. Caihlor.
W. V. Foot
U. Q. FrooocKS, J Cashiers,
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