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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 2! 1892.
REMOVAL : OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE LEADING DRUGGISTS (limit & IViiidoxtcr, NO 31(1 AUSTIN AVfcNUIJ. 8 unLXi m m $ The Store Houcs we occupy hab been sold and we are Compelled To facilitate our moving we have determined to sell our ENTIRE STOCK, consisting of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Blankets, Clothing, Fttmishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Etc., at Ac If Jlis .5 90 klvertisirDod 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. EWINE CORNER SIXTH STREET Gfyeap Lofs. The onl cheap lots offered in "Waco for the last fivo years aro thoso now on the market in the Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waoo. These lots aro being sold for one-half their real val ue, making a ohanoo to seouro a de sirable home such as will never oocur again. Cheap Lot These lots Ho high and dry. They overlook a large portion of tho oity and have perfect drainage. They lie in tho healthieBt part of tho city, catoh ing the pure hreczc3 IYoej tho prairie untainted by passage over any part of tho city. Cheap Lots. Theso lots have the finest Boil, a rioh sindy loam, admirable for gar dens, and aro underlaid with pure water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen foot, whioh can bo used for irrigation. Cheap Lots. Those lots aro closer to tho center of the oity than any othet,ttddition, and at tho samo distance lots aro Bell ing for ihroo and flvo times tho price asked for theso. There is millions in it for persons of small means. Gall on Mrs. or P. G Kirkpitrick, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. In Hew Quartors. Messrs. Dookery & Co , the popu lar insuranoe agents, formerly of South Fourth street, aro now domioiled in their elegant now office, room 8, Prov ident building, whore thoy have in creased facilities iu oarrying on their extonsivod icsuranco business in every branch. Thoy represent tho best great fire insuranoe companies. Their latch string is always on tho outaide and they will bo pleased to soe their friendo and strangers at their new quartors. If you want good coal, quick deliv ery, telephone Laoy for McAlisteu Lump. No one sells it but Laoy. to - Move. Iir OS AND AUSTIN AVENUE. AMirti-il with lllnotl PoiMiulnc. New Youk, Jan. 21. William Rocke feller, president of tho Standard Oil company, and his wife ore both afflicted with blood poisoning. Although his physicinus say ho will recover they ad mit ho is not out of danger. Several days ago Jlr. Rockefeller bought a pair of bhoes; that night when he took them off blood was noticed on the toe of his sock. A brass jeg had punctured hia big too. This little sore is now endanger ing the lifo of tho big hilk simulator. lie has had two operations ierfonned uKn his too, and inflammation and lympan gitishavo spread until his entire leg is af fected. Ho suffers intense pain, and ameatheties were used in iwrforming tho operation. Mrs, Rockefeller was taken sick shortly after tho first operation upon her husband nnd it was discovered that through a ncniteh in her ringer, poison from Mr. Rockefeller's toe had been communicated to her, after fonr days of high fever and after a sovero operation, ?ho wiuj pronounced out of dauger and is now slowly recovering, ltruilstrpi-ts Attsic-liftl, Atlanta. Jan. 21. -The Atlanta agency ot the Brad.stieot company was in tho hands of tho sheriff a short timo yesteiday afternoon for alleged libel. Report was .sent out by the office last September about tho commercial stand ing of L. Steinan and w.is such as to causo hiin being sued for libel in themim of $15,000. , An attachment was served last night on the Gate City National bunk to hold whatever money tho company had in bank. Oflico fixtures were also at tached in tho afternoon, but Manager Dofling gave a receipt for the property and the ollico was permitted to remain open. Hi-Ire In u Cltj. Duiiijq.uk, Io., Jan. 21. Through tho Biitish consul in Chicago, Julien Du buquo's heirs in Canada are believed to bo establishing a qlaim to tho site of this city whoso limits were included in a grant made for mining purposes to Julien Dubuque in 1788 by Baron Caron delet, tho Spanish governor of Louisiana. Mayor Saunders will leler tho Brftish consul's letter to an attorney. Tho su premo court of tho United States many years ago decided Dubuque's heirs had no valid claim to tho city, but it is judged from tho consul's lottor that now heirs have, as they suppose, discovered now grounds on which to Ijumi an action. Lni'iil 3Illltur lu lime n Chanco. Littlk Rock, Jan. 21. An official dispatch was received hero today inquir ing what forco Arkausiis could put in tho field and what notice would bo re quired in tho ovent of war with Chile. Rumors havo beon provident hero several days that the government was canvass ing tho military of tho western states with a view of calling them into service in case war is declared in Chile. PERSONAL. Mr. Chas. E. Driscoll left today for Cincinnati on a business trip. Judgo Clark left today for Now Orleans on important legal business. Mr. W. B. Oroseolose, gonoral freight agent of the Cotton Belt, is in the oity from Tyler, Mr. V. W. Lastinger of Houston was in tho city today and paid Tiih News a pleasant call. Mr. Robert Gribblo, of Austin, manager for central Texas of the Equitable Lifo Assurance Society is in tho oity. Clearance Sale-I To close out Winter hats, hair braids, bangs, curls and wis a specialty. Mrs. B.J. Doss, 4C0,' Austin Nt. near corner Fourth. What I Know About Hardware and What I Guess About '92. Tho year ol 1892 promisos to be a year of low prices. Cotton, corn, hogs, pig iron and real estato are likely to bo lower on an averago in 1892 than thoy wore in 1891. While I do not look for any scaroity of loanable funds the dominant and restless state ot tho labor element, pcrnioious legislation against capital which borders on con fiscation, and tho frequenov of dishon est failures among merchants and bankers, has scared oapital and forced muoh of it into idleness, hence rail road building and other new enter prises aro likely to be held in abey ance. All kinds of labor and commod ities will bo oheap and trade dull. For yourrurdware go to E. Strauss. Corner 4th and Mary Sts. ALL OVEK TOWN. Complaint was mado this morning against Wm. Mayfield, by Jim Chap man for adultery. All parties con cerned aro colored. Ed McLennan had an examining trial before Justice Gallagher upon the charg of theft of a watoh of more than $20 in value. His boDd was fixed at $300. Mrs. Marv E. Kellum brought suit to-day against F. E. Halo for foroiblo detainor. Justico Jack Harrison ren doled a judgmont in favor of tho plaintiff. Leo Phillips, charged with bur glarizing tho rosidenoe of C. B. Eldridge, was taken before Justico Gallagher yesterday and waived ex amination. His bund to await action of the next grand jury was fixed at $360. In the county court .loen Sohie raenz took out his last naturalization papers and the oath of allegiance to tho United States government. He asserts that ho is now a full fledged Bemoorat, thrcugh tho scrviocs of Col. Win. Flournoy, as attourney. The rumor that the Oity of London Fire Insuranco company intended to withdraw from Texas, is utterly with out foundation. Recent advice from tho head office to Messrs. Morrow, Plunkett and company, stato that tho Oity of London, with its ton million capital is in Texas to stay. When you want nioo fresh moats mutton beef, pork and puro lard go to Mkllor & Delaney, 125 South Third strcot. The llojf'ott al Gulvrstnn. Galveston. Jan. 21. It would seem that the Sap striko Is not yet off. Mr. Charles Ilarrett of tho Santa Fo says that so far as the Santa Fo employes are concorned tho strike is aa sovoroly on as ever. Wednesday Mr. Harriott received tho following telegram, which thor oughly explains itself: Yoakum, Tex., Jan. 21. Charles llai rett, caio Gulf, Colorado nnd Santa Fo, Galveston: Enforco the boycott. We won't accept tho settlement. Have noti fied the grand officers. Answer. Tom Cowden. In response to tho above telegram Mr. Harrett wired the following answer: Galveston, Jan. 21. Tom Cowdon, Yoakum: Metago received. Will take action at once. Same as beforo. Charles Harhett, wATuf CURTIS & ORAND. China, Glass ware, Lamps,Dinner and Tea Sets. Round Oak Heaters. Sg555BSix...:a.. , . . I,, -i ... , ,, ,,,,7,'." - -- ?t:j ..-oi-P1,1 Charter Oak Stoves, Wagons, Trycicles, Bycicles, Hobby Horses. OTRT1S & ORAND qoo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS. J W. Majtk, President. R. BOTAK, , Vm. auiiuorr, ,- 'Ice President!. Ton Padbitt. ) First fcTa,ti3Q.eil Ba,:nJ&:, CAPITAL, I60C.000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $ 100.OOO. DIltr.OXOIlS3. W. Mann, K. Rotan, Wm. Cameron. Tom Fadgltt. J. K. Ro Fort, W. M. Kellett, Travis, T. Jones, W. R. Dnnnloa, Wm. nremtodt, M. A Cooper. t2T"AooountB of Banks, Bankers, Merchant! and others are sollolted. We poeneas nmarpiie BcUltlon for making oolloottona. A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent. JONES BROTHERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'S, Waco, Texas. HORACE PICKETT EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS. Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Ofllce Box No. 45, jpeolal AUcnt'on plvcn to Orprmtzat'mi ard Kiuroluatlon or Hooks for Barks, Estate Cotporntlons. Merchants. Muni fartnrers. Insurance Compnnles.ctc. and to c mpllont- ed Accounts in Llqn lt rninr Dispute, Confneed Accounts luveflthitted and mated liookROpo icil, P steii a d losul. and nrringt:d fnranv klnlol Business, Stenography nnd Typiwiltlng a Specially. TBRMS LIBKHAL: COKItESPONDENCK BY MAIL OtC.WIBK PBOMPTLY ATTEHOKD TO BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. MONKY! 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 JUnTO. ID. M-TFIZ1LI, BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE WACO. : : : : TEXAS, FIRE : INSURANOE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. : . : : : : : 1 : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us. OFFJCJS UtlMtR THIS SPA Y" . E. Bosh. Cuhlet. W. T. Fobt ) AfiSfotant B. Q. Pzdoockh, ) Cashier. ,fc TH0S. DDGELBT nOTEL llOYAL, WHrNjh t5 tB lBHBHBKKKBKKBII F? -