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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 19 1892.
MOVAL : OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE LEADING DRUGGISTS GiiHtt & IVmdoxlor, N31IIAIVriN AVUNUU PERSONAL. SALE m m m The Store House we occupy has been sold and we are Compelled - to - Move. To facilitate our moving we have determined to sell our ENTIRE STOCKi consisting of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Blankets, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Etc., at M la ill Ji?is i$ r;t) pduertisiDod But a Legitimate Effort to run down our stock and 1 MWMM&W C Remember THIS SALE is intended to RAISE CASH and Goods will be sold for Spot Cash Only. CORNER SIXTH STREET Bljeap hots. The onl cheap lots offered in Waco for tho last fivo years arc those now on the market in the Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waco. These lots are being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a ohunco to scouro a de sirable home such as will never occur again. Cheap Lots. These lots ho high and dry. Thpy overlook a large portion of the city, and have perfect drainage. They lie in tho healthiest part of the city, catoh ing tho puro breezes from tho prairie untainted by passage over any part of tho city. Cheap Lots. Those lots havo tho finest soil, a rich sindy loam, admirable for gar dens, and are underlaid with pure water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen feet, which can bo used for irrigation. Cheap Lot These lots arc closer to tho center of the city than any other addition, and at tho satno distance lots re sell ing for thrco and flvu times tho price asked for these. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or 1 G Kirkpatriok, southwest corner Fifth and Clay street. beware or Imitations Of MoAubteii coal. No one han dles the Genuine articlo but Laoy. MY STORE, 50 marbles for 5 cents at My Store, 025 Austin ateotr .... ,.M. g . If you want cheap coal try Laoy's Biueii Ukbek, .1(5.50 per tou. For tho noxt thirty days, boo our prices. Thoy will astonish you, Paricbh Bitos. Parker Bros, oau sell you goods below manufacturers prices, Soe their goods and get their prices. Have you used an Einbrco McL-oan buggy? York OS AND AUSTIN AVENUE. Two Curei for Corns. "An absolute and permanent extra for corns," says a woman who knows, "is tho rest euro. If you can go into a fortnight's seclusion, giving out that your anklo is sprained, and keep tho corn foot in a stocking and wool bedsido slipper, without pressure, and using only when walking about tho room, tho corns will disappear and not return. All inflammation subsides first and tho com becomes loose and easily detached, and that is tho end of it." Tho samo authority gives as a sov ereign euro for soft corns the con stant wearing of a bit of old linen saturated every morning with sweet oil. From tho beginning tho pain of the infliction ceases, and after a timo tho com itself loosens nnd falls out. Both these remedies aro from good authority and will bear trial the first ono, perhaps, being rather diffi. cult of accomplishment, since many of tho acids and com salves sold irri tate and produce- soreness, and tho knifo of tho chiropodist is apt to af ford merely temporary relief. Her Point of View in Now York Tunes. A I.lttlo Iloprolinto. A boy of five, after having been checked to uo purpose by his mother for teasing her when sho was busy, was thus addressed, "My dear littlo boy, if you loved mother you would try and please her by doing what you aro told." Whereupon replied tho boy, "Mother, I'm trying to pleaso God; I can't pleaso overybody." London Truth. W. P. Maxoy of New York is bask ing in tho warmth of the heater at tho Royal and commenting upon the story about "no winter woathor in Central Texas." M. B. Loyd, Mrs. James W. Sivayne and Miss Annyo Burnett of lort Wortn, aro in tho city and havo apartments at the Paoifio. E. Stcnhardt, a knight of tho grip from Louisville, Ky., is in tho city rugutercd at the Royal. I 9 . A. D. Adams Bros.. ' Hard to Beat Peaoh and Apple Cider Try mo I am good. ... MY STORE, ii'ib Austin Pino toilet soap, four bars for 25o. If you want good coal, quiok deliv ery, tolophouo Laoy for McAlibteh Lump. No ono soils it but Laoy. Hon. T. P. Barry of Dallas, is in tho city. Dr. W. B. Carpenter of Mart is in tho oity. Col. Win. P. Gaines of Austin, is a guest of the Paoifio. Giles B. Buck of St. Louis, is reg. istercd at tho Pucillo. Mrs. Anna D. Uearne of Austin, is a guest of tho Paoific hotel. Mr. II. S. Yooum of Houston, in suranco adjuster is at tho PaciGo. J'G. G. Dunbar, of Donver, is in tho city and takes his meals at tho Royal. Mrs. J. W. Williamson, editor o Texas Columbian journal is stopping at tho Pacific. Mrs. Ed F. Warren of tho World's Fair committee, is registered at tho Pacific Hotel. Mr, II. E. Ambold has returned home iroin a pleasant trip to Lawronco, Kajsas, and Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Eli Dunlap of Wiohita Falls, brother of Hufo Dunlap, is in tho city to assist his brother to make bond. The register at Hotel Royal bears the autograph of the distinguished John P. St. John and wifo of Kansas. Mr. Ed Hatton returned from Sedalia, Missouri, Saturday having spent a pleasant fortnight with friends thero. Mrs. Kosine Ryan, lady manaecr at largo for Tesas of tho Columbian Exposition is in tho oity and is stop ping at tho Paoific. Mr. "W. D. Titsworth of Bcisel is in tho city. Mr. Titsworth is a relative of Itufe Dunlap and was hero to make bond for him and his friend Moltou. Mike Dooley, tho chubby salesman of Kiersky's. who prides himsoly unon beinc tho onlv srenuino Irish Jow in the city, is suffering from grip. J. F. Cavitt, Tom Hoote, H. J. Caufiold of MoGregor, and W. S. Cavitt, Wheelock, Toxas, came in to Bee the Frtd Warde combination and are at the Pacific Ex Treasurer Lubbock of Austin, is a guest of tho Paoifio. Governor Lubbock is financial agent of the Texas World's Fair association and ho will bo at the meeting tomorrow niglt. U. II. Langean of Dallas, and ad juster for the North British Fire Insurance company, is in the oity to adjuat the recent fires of Mrs. Birnard and Joe L. .JauieEon, and is stopping at the Roytl. Mr. R. F. Curtis, representing the Hodge Tobacco company, left town today to make a trip through western Texas. He will bo accompanied by Messrs. J. VV. Wheeler and Beau mont, of the Rotan Grocery company. Mrs. It. J. Norton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Crisenberry, is at tho bed-sido of nor mother, who The News is glad to say is much improved. For several dayB Mrs. Crisenberry was not cxpeoted to live but now her con dition is very hopofal. Clearance Sale. To close out Winter hats, hail braids, bangs, curls and wit a speoialty. Mrs. B.J. Doss, 40C,1; Antttn t., near corner Foutlit What I Know About Hardware and What I Guoss About '92. Tho year ol 1892 promises to bo a i year of low prices. Cotton, corn, hogs, pig iron ana real estate aro likely to bo lower on an averago in 1892 than they wero in 1891. While 1 do not look for any scarcity of loanable funds tho dominant and restless state of tho labor element, pernioious legislation against capital which borders on con fiscation, and tho frequenoy of dishon est failures among morohants and bankers, has Beared capital and forced muoh of it into idleness, henro rail road building and other new enter prises aro likely to bo held in abey ance. All kinds of labor and oommod ities will bo cheap and trado dull. , For your hardware go to E. Straush. Corner -1th and Mary Sts. CURTIS & ORAND. China, Glass ware, Lamps,Dinuer and Tea Sets. Round Oak Heaters.5252 CharterOak Stoves, Wagons," Trycicles, Bycicles, Hobby Horses. (f5"CJK.TIB & OSAND loo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS. J. V. Maitm, Presldont. K. Botan. , Vst . CAjmnoN, -Vice Presidents. Tom Padqitt. direst 2STa,tIo:n.a,l BeLzaJs:. CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $100,000. BIBEOTOttS-J. W. Mann. B. Botan, Win. Cameron, Tom Padgitt, J. K. Bose, " fort, W. U. Kollett, Travis, F. Jones, W . It. Dnnnloa, Wm. Breuitedt, it. A toper. I3f"Aoconntfl of Banks, Bankers, Merchant andothert aro eolloltod. Wo poMeuHunmtpm aclllMea for matting oolleotlons. A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent JONES BROTHERS REM ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'S, Waco, Texas. HORACE PICKETT . EXPERT Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Offlce Box No. 45. Jpoolol Attcnt'onpUento Orcantrat'on ami Etntnlnstton or Books for Bviks. 'Kslatw CoipomtlonB, Merchants. Slum haulers. Insurance Companies, ttr. mid to c mnllcut- ed Accounts tDLIqurt.tfn or Dispute. Conlueed Accounts luvestliiited andstuled Books Oruueu.P sted a di lostd. and nrrxnfted frr nnv klnl of Business Stenography und Typ. wilting aSpodnlty. TKRMS LIBEBAI.: COURKSPONDENCE BY MAIL OK WJUE I'ltOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. MOW E Y ! Money to lend on Vendors Lien Notes. Money to lend on Pawns. Money to buy Notes, long or short time. Houses and Lots for sale on Installments. We will now contract to build residences TSnTO, ID. 2L."Zra2PZ3XJID, BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE DAILY . K- Ro9"' CbiMm. W. V. Foot 1 Assistant U. Q. rmoocKB, J Cashiers. THOS. DUGELBT -S' AND AUDITORS. WEEKLY