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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 0 1892.
REMOVAL OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE LEADING DRUCCISTS IJiiHtt & IVmiloxtcr, NO BUI AUSTIN AVKNUB. I I Sen m fin I m HLLii 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, Bankets, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Etc., at Aitml New Jl?is i$ 90 flduertisiiDod But a Legitimate Effort to run down our stock and Remember THIS SALE is intended to RAISE CASH and Goods will be sold for 8pot Cash Only. CORNER SIXTH STREET The onl cheap lotB offered in Waco for tho last fivo years aro thoso now on the market in the Kirkpatnok Ad dition, East Waoo. Tnese lots are being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a ohanco to secure a de sirahlo homo such as will never occur again. Cheap Lots. These lots ho high and dry. Tl orerlook a large portion of tho city and havo perfect drainage. They he in tho healthiest part of tho city, catoh ing tho puro breezes from tho p-nirie untainted by passago over any part of tho city. Cheap Lot s. Theso lots havo tho finest soil, a rioh sindy loam, admirable for gar dens, and aro underlaid with pun water in inexhaustible qmntiiien at a depth of fifteen and eixteon feet, which can be used for irrigation. Cheap Lots. ThcBo lots aro closer to tho center of the oity than any other addition, and at the samo distance lots are sell ing for thrco and five times tho price asked for theso. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or I' O Kirkpitrick, southwest corner Fifth and Clay street. In New Quarters. Messrs. Dookery & Co , tho popu lar insurance agents, formerly of South Fourth street, aro now domiciled in their elegant now offioo, room 8, Prov ident building, where thoy havo in creased facilities in carrying on their extonsivod insurance business in every branoh. Thoy ropreeen. the best great fire insuranoo companies. Their latch siring iB always on tho outside and they will bo pleised to soe their friendo and strangers at their new (junrterH. andWlitakovKablU cured ut Imiiie wtin. out rulu. lluolcofnor tlcu'ara fem I'Iti:iw IH.M.WOOI.LEY.M.I). ' AUoMta.Uu. Onlce IWi Whitehall tit Cheap mi has been sold and we are to- York AND AUSTIN AVENUE. Hound to llau u I tow. London, Jan. 20. Tho Socialist leaders hold a meeting at their head qunrtora to decide upon the plan of tho great Socialistic labor demonstration which it i proposed to hold, in defianco of the prohibition of tho police, Jan. 31. at World's Eud, Chelbea, and in which it is expected that !!00,000 jwoplo will take part. John Burns raised his voico ngaiiiht tho project. Ho declared that while ho would not hesitate to havo a brush with the police whenever it was necessary to do so, in resisting an unwar ranted attack, yet he would not approve tho inception and carrying out of a move ment not essential to tho well-being of tho organization, mid in direct violation of a police order given fairly in advance. Tho question being put to u voto, a majority favored tho holding of tho meeting, and theve is no longer any doubt that thero will bo a collision on that day between tho iolico and the crowd. Thero was tho usual row at World's End Sunday. Tho Socialists gathered, and Mr. Watts, secretary of tho organization, began to haranguo the meeting. Ho was at onco arrested. Tho mob mado a rush for tho platform und ut tempted to rescue tho prisoner. Tho police had to uso their batons freely, breaking many heads beforo thoy got clear of tho crowd. The meeting was soon broken up. l'lii I'd William Tell. New Yonrc. Jan. 20. Jacob Schoellei and Frank Froenhoefor are two little boys whoso parents livo at 28 Powers treet and 877 Grand stieot, Brooklyn. Tho boys played William Tell on the streot this morning. Frank agreed to bo tho son and have tho apple bhot from nis Head. Jacob was only too glad to officiate as Tell. Armed with an nir gun ho btood oil nbout twenty feet from whore btood Frank with tho npplo poised on his head. Jacob aimed deliberately and pulled tho trigger. Little Frank dropped, bleeding from a wound in tho forehead, and the applo rolled into the gutter. Frank was taken homo and n physician put court plaster on tho wound, which, luckily, was not a bad one. Schooller was arrested, but Frank's father would not press tho complaint. Iluwnnl for Itlcliter'a Aksullnnt. Wkimek, To.w, Jan. 20. At tho last regular meoting of Thomas Q. Mullin lodge No. 1G00, Knights of Honor, the members offered a reward of $100 foi tho arrest and conviction of tho party who attempted to assassinato William Richtor, one of their members, who as yet lies in a critical condition, but great hopes aro now outertnwed for kia re covery. ii If you want good coal, quiok deliv ery, tolophone Laoy for McAubteb Luur. No one Bells it but Laoy. Move. OS PERSONAL. Mayor Protom John F. Horbort b out ngun today after Boveral days in disposition. Mr. and Mra. W. Zl. Kirk aro tho ' happy parents of n ton pound girl, born on the loth. Miss Linuic Cuminicgs of Beaumont roturnod home yesterday after a pleasant visit in this oity. Mies Lula Loyd accompanied Miss Cummings to her homo in Beaumont yesterday to spend a week. Mr. T. H. Kiliiiipsworth, who Iibb been very ill, is much hotter today and his rapid reoovery is confidently hoped for. Tho f jllowine is so neatly said by our esteemed morning neighbor that we have copied it verbatim: "The work of tho Christian ohuroh is look ing up very rapidly. They have called an assistant pastor. Ho oamo last Sunday morning and is making his home with tho regular minister weighs nino pounds." Clearance Sale. To close out Winter hats,1 hair braids, bangs, curls and whjt a specialty. Mrs. B. J. Doss, 40OJ,' Austin Bt., near corner Fouiht. What I Know About Hardware and What I Guess About '92. Tho year ol 1892 promisos to ho a year of low prices. Cotton, corn, hogs, pig iron and real cstato are likely to he lower on an average in 1802 than they were in 1891. While I do not look for any scarcity of loanable funds the dominant and restless stato of the labor element, pernioious legislation against capital whioh borders on con fiscation, and tho frequenov of dishon est failures among merchants and bankers, has scared capital and forced much of it into idleness, hence rail road building and other new enter prises aro likely to bo held in aboy ance. All kinds of labor and commod ities will be cheap and trado dull. For your hardware go to E. Stkaubs. Corner 4th and Mary Sts. ALL OYEK TOWN. A large audienco greeted Hon. John P. St. John at the city hall I-st night. Tho bondfjof Mr. and Mrs, Weir charged with theft, were fixed yestor. day at $1000 and $500 respectively The county court was convened this morning by Speoial Judgo D. H Hardy, but thero being no oases ready adjournment was had until tomorrow morning. Tho caso of S. T. Norris vs. tho Citizens' Railway compny was tried yestorday in tho oounty court and a judgment for $800 against the defond ant company. Capt. T. A. Blair and L. V. Campbell represented the plaintiff in this suit and as a result of tho hard fight mado for their client tho foregoing judgment was given. In this issuo appears the card of Messrs Williams & Evans, thoy hav ing moved from their office in the Jones building to tho magnificent Provident and ensconeed themselves in ono of the handsomest offices in Central Texas. Messrs. Williams & Evans have an appreciative clientage and the reason of it is that they are as prompt in their attention to a $5 ease as a $5,000 oaso. They will bo most happy to sco their friends at tboir new quarters. A. D. Adams & Bros.. Hard to Beat Poaoh and Applo Cider Try mo I am good. For tho noxt thirty dayB, bco our prices. inoy will astonish you, Parker Bros. MARMfiDUXE n'8n Qnit E-iutHtlonfor ,,-- Joudb aentl-nen and 3oya. ML TAR Y guPfio Hygiene, Bait '4 ' ' ?ith. Oa, ItecU o Uitht. A CARD TO THE PUBLIC While it Is true I have been chosen flic President of the Louis aha State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, IsfJU) 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 me here as heretofore PAUL CONRAD, LOCK B9X 135B NKW ORLEANS U." CURTIS & GRAND. China, Glass ware, Lamps, Dinner and Tea Sets. Round Oak CharterOak Stoves,n Wagons," Trycicles, Bycicles,Hobby Horses. qoo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS. 1 J. W. Makh, President. X. BOTAK. Vm. Cahkiion, .Vice Presidents. Ton Padoitt. ) riist Ta,tio:HLa,l IBaaaJls:. CAPITAL, $60C,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $100,000. DIUEOTORSi. W. Mann, K. Sown, Yfm. Cameron. Tom Padoitt, J. K. Rn 1 v fort, W. M. Kellett, Travis, F. Jones, W. B. Dnnnloa, Wm. U-emtdt, M. A Cojper. tSlAooonnts of Hanks, Rtnfcers, Merchants and others aro sollolted. Wo possess nnmrpiit acuities formBklng collections. A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent. JONES BROTHERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'S, Waco, Texas. HORACE PICKETT 8s EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Office Box No. 45, Jpeolal Attent on evc n o Orcnnlm'm a' tl Kxmrliistlcn of Hooks for IHrkg, 'EiUi Coitiorktlons, JSIirilisntB Jinn fuctureri. Insnramo Companies, 1 f. and too mpllcnt- edAcn-tints 11 Ltqn rt. t 'n nr Dispute, C ntueed Accounts luveotl ntfd anil Staled Books Opoaea.P steil a di losul. and t,rrmgcd Ut& y kin I ol Business. Stenography und Tj-ptWilUng a Bpuclnlty. TEUMS LIBERAL: COItRESI'ONHEXCE BY MAIL On; WIHK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. 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 BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE 0 DAILY $mt rvE; Heaters. . K. Ross. Caihlet. 1 Assistant W. V. Fort B. O. Pzdcockb, I Cashiers. TH0S. DUGELBT ID-ULgollby, AND AUDITORS. A7sr KLT , AHlM ssfljiflPH&.