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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 13 18W.
8 REMOVAL OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE LEADING DRUGGISTS (limit & Foimloxtcr, N 31(1 AUSTIN AVKNIMU i QUI r tlfiLLi CONRAD CONRAD m The Store House we occupy Compelled 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 Mlal Net M Jl7is i5 90 pduertisir;Dod But a Legitimate Effort to run down our stock and Ffa IDM'WirpWM Z$ AJLX-IJ.JL Remember THIS SALE 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. The Famous CLTJB Assisted by its unrivalled Vooal and Instrumental Soloists Miss Laura Burnham, Mr. John Lloyd, Mons. Louis Kapp, Mr. Fied E. Halin, Mons. A. Laseur, Mons. Fr. Rucquoy, Mr. H. Burkhardt, Mr. W. Angermuende, A projzrnmmo of Orobetral and Vo oal Gome, Operatic Selections, by Prima Donna and Teuor, and In strumental Solos. Secure Your Seats Early. Tickets at Gopgin'e Musio Store. LADIES ATTENTI0N1 VToraan, LotoIv wrman, one bolt!o of my crlebrat d Tonti will permanently enlarge yoor f,in4 Inches In 3 Uath, n d fake yon asbeantlfui as Cleopatr., or money refunded, l'rlce only f.' OJ tt'om h'b n y true friend, for It ne vt fulls. Ionti Klorl ub 'lujm irlll make tho leanest j rson fnt, and remove those horrid wrlukl,B. 8ond (or fealed flrnu Ur. JIItsllH JIILIKK 211 WAlliSH AVXNUE. I IMCAUO. l.L mw urn imniinimiii N pure a L(l while laid in Luik 10 cpnt per pound at ClUl'PENS, corner Fifth and Franklin. Ladies, we have juBt received fresh .stock of flower Betas. W. L. Tucker, "Lion Drug Store. See liBt of anisiB composing tho Bostnn Sjmphnny Orciietitial club, who ila at the Philo club rooms Friday night, Jan. I5th. A. D. Adams & Bros.. Hard to Beat Peach and Apple Cider Try mo I am good. Tho attention of our leaders epeoially directed to the notico aro of the entertainment under tho auspices of tho Philo- Literary blub. m lias been sold and we are to - Move, is intended to RAISE CASH 9 AND AUSTIN AVENUE. Steam Sausage Factory. Fresh Fish. Fresh liard. Fresh Oysters. Fresh Sparc Itibs. All Kinds Meats And Saus-aue, Cheap for Cash. J. 0. Stafford. ii beware of Imitations Of MoAmster ooal. No one han dles the Genuine artiolo but Laoy. The Kirk pat rick addition is high dry and salubrious and commands a pretty view. MY STORE. 50 marbles for 5 conts at My Store, G25 Austin stcetr The Kirkpatriek addition to Waoo puts the ohance of securing a home into the hands of every one. If you want cheap ooal try Laoy's Brier Creek, $5 50 per ton. Lots in tho Kirkpatriek addit'on ire belling, for tho present, dirt oheap. For the noxt thirty days, seo our prices. They will astonish you, Parkkr Bros. Day boarders oan get tho best ac commodations at the Woiran's Ex, change, 113 North Fourth -trcet. Take a drive over tho additions to tho city and ask tho prioes of lots and then look at lots in tho Kirkpat riek addition, and you will buy. Young man, take a drop on lottery tiokcts, and buv you a placo for a home in tho Kirkpatritk addition It is the ohance of a lifetime. If you want good coal, quick deliv ery, telephone Laoy for McAlibter Lump. No one sells it but Laoy. . Parker Bros, oan sell you goods below manufacturers prices, Soe their goods and get their prioos. Havo you used an Embreo McLean buggy V To the Ladies. Mrs. F.J. Sullivan has roinoved hor dressmaking establishment to 609 1 2 Austin avenue, up-stairs over tho "Leader," whero she will bo glad to see her patrons and friends. Crl mm PERSONAL. Rov. M. II. Hntohins of Hillsboro, was in tho city yesterday. Mr. W. B. Crookett of Henderson, arrived in tho city yestorday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith of St. Louis aro in tho city, and havo apartmouts at tho Royal. Dr. W. 11. Clifton will ocoupy a handsome suito in tho Provident building this year. John Dockcry, tho insurance man will soon occupy an offico in tho Provident building. Mr. Charles Matthews, a prominont inBiiaanoo jmm of Atlanta, is in tho city and is registered at tho Paoifio. J. D. Boyd and II D. Bennett, of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Hallway, aro in tho oity, and stopping at tho Paciffo. Mrs. B. Haber and family havo re turned homo from Dallas, whero they havo been on a visit to her sister Mrs. Philip Sanger. Mr. James U. Vincent, editor of tho Weatherford Enquirer roturned homo yesterday, after spending sev eral days in the oity. Col. 11 S. llioh, a prominent citizen of Dallas, and late enrolling clerk of the Twenty-eocoond (misfit) legislature is in the ottv in tho interest of his new patent, Rich's Document File. Col. and Mrs. R. P. Wynn, of Fort Worth are in tho oity. They wero called here by tho illness of their daughter, who is visiting friends here. Clearance Sale. To close out Wintor hats,' haii braids, bangs, curls and wit a specialty. Mrs. B.J. Doss, KH A rutin fct., near corner Fouiht What I Know About Hardware and Runaway Book-Keepers. To bo swindled out of your goods by customers whom you consider trust worthy, is bad, but all who sell on credit must expect to suffer suoh losses To be robbed by burglars or highwaymen is worse; still jou have aright and a ohance to defend your self, and if you suoceed to Bend a bullet through a robber's brains, you havo rendered a valuablo scivice to society. Worst of all is to bo robbed by a trusted employee, a confidential olerk, in whom jou place too minh 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 wy by my former book-keeper, Charles Werner. Any information disclosing his present location, will be properly rewarded, as I shall spare no pains nor expense to malto him faoo a Waco jury. Sinco New Year, trade with mo has been ve'y brisk. My men have worked their fullest capaci ty. I have come to the conolusion that the people appreciate tho fact of having in their midst one of tho lar gest, best equipped and best managed hardware stores in tho stato, whero they always can find what thoy want, and securo the lowoBt prices, cither in small, or wholesale lots. Yours for hardware, E. Straubb. A Sure Cure for Piles. Itching piles are known by moisture like perspiration, oausing intense itch ing whon warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, ield at once to Dr. Uosanko's Pilo Remedy, which acts directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent euro. 50ots, Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadel phia, Pa. Sold by W. B. Morrison 4jCo. Tho Kirkpatriek lots are closo to the center of tho oity, closer than any other addition and aro sellincr at prices far below their valuo. HARM A DUKE J110 0rad Mutation for MILITARY She18' '"i " ACADEMY Steam Iter.t, "(" Utiufui iuUU, MUM Dl'IinUS, JM. A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. While it is true I have been chosen the President of the Louis ana State Lottery Company, yicc M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, I still retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Com pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all other business communications should be addressed to mr here as heretofore LOOK BOX 1358 CURTIS & GRAND- China, Glass ware, Lamps, Dinner and Tea Sets. hound Oak Heaters. CharterOak Stoves, Wagons, Trycicles, Bycicies, Hobby Horses. eSTfJRTi St ORAMD soo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS. J. W. Mann, President. K. ROTAN. ,' iVm Oamjuon, -To Padoitt. J 'tee President!. First KTatiorn.sul Bsarilsz. CAPITAL, $60C,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $100,000. niJlEOTOJlSJ. W. Mann. K. Rotan, Win. Cameron, Tom Padtcltt, J. K. Roe, V Tort, W. M. Kellett, Travis, F. Jones, W. R. Dnnnloa, Wm. n-emtedt, M. A i -coper. tyAooonnto or Banks , Btnkers, Merchant, and others aro soltolted. Wo possess umnrpa acuities for making collections. A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent. JONES BROTHERS REM ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'S, Waco, Texas. HORACE riCKETT Pickett i& Dtisellby, EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS. Provident Building1, Waco, Toxas, Post Office Box No. 45. jpeolal Attenfon olvcn to Organization a-il Etnmlnstlpn of Hook for Bvfce V''.?s Coiporatlons. MiT';lianta Mm fnrturri. Insuran 'O Cnmpules.. t'. nnd ton mtillo.it- euAca uutB In Llqn rt-t nn or Dispute, Ccnlufml Accmnts Invent nto" and Staled Ilioks Opo .en, P sted a d ' losed. anil nrrmgi'il f r n y kin t of IIubiujsh, Stenography nnd Typt-wtlllng a Si'ddnlty. PERMS LIBEUAL: COURHSfONDENCE BVMAIL Oit.WIRE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. i US1NESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. ISfcCORROTOT, IIvXJJNTB: 3E Is Ss Co. WACO. : : :, : TEXAS. FIEE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. : . : : : : : : :::::; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt. Attention to all Business Tlaced with us. OFVJCR VNUmi UOTKZ llOTAZ. DAILY 0 WEEKLY NEWS PAUL CONRAD, NEW ORLEANS LA. K. Rons, Ctihter. I Assistant W. V. Font R. G. Pqxjockb, (cashiers, THOS. DUGELBT