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TlY NEWS, JANUARY 23 1892.
. & FaEJtA SANDALS. PT-Bi-e fciiio MISSES' RUBBER C5111S t pail SANDALS. pnese are all new goods, 9 Cents Comforts worth $1.50 llf Heavy Gray Blankets worth $2 $9.99 Men's good Clothing worth $15 12 l-2cis. 2K cts. JmQW eeiltS Children's Underwear worth 40 cents jM& eeiitS Children's Undei wear worth 50 cents ,000 Articles at Great Retnoval!t8ale GOLDSTEIN A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent. JONES BROTHERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'3, Waco, Texas. HORACE PICKETT Jiolszett EXPERT Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Ofllce Box No. 45, Bpoolfti Attent'on plvcn to Organlznt'on ard Exorrlnatlon of Books for Bwlca. 'Estalta Coiporatlons. Merchants. 2Ini fcturers. Insurant CoiniwnleB.tte. itnd toe mpllcnt- ed Accuuuts lnLlc)n'(Ut on or Dispute, Confused Accounts Investltitted and Stated BookbOpouea,P sted a dl losid. and vrriingcd frr any kin t of llnstuoss. Stenography and TypbWilllng a Specialty. TKIUIS LIBKIIAL: COIUIESI'ONOENCE BY MAIL O w; "WIRE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. MONEY! 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 TISTO, ID. MAYPIELD, BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE :M02ii0'v2r, ivXJisnos: e or & Co. WACO. : : : : TEXAS, FIEE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.::::: 1 ::::; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies PronrpC Attention to all Business Placed with us. OFt'IVK UflltKll IIOTIII. uuv.11,. DAILY ' a T ATWITCV TITTDDTJT) fresh from the factory. Ckildrens' Merino Underwear worth Less Than Cost, -ft- ffllGEL. THOS. DUQELBY AND AUDITORS. WEEKLY OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE LEADING 3RUCCISTS (limit & Puimlextcr, no. iiu auntin avi:nui:. PERSONAL. Mrs. 'J W Williamson, editor of tho Texas Columbian Journal, has re turned to her homo ac Fort Worth. Mra. "W. H. Tobin, of Austin, president of tho stato board of lady managers of the World's Fair, as ro turned homo. Misses Mattio Williams and Miunio Morrison, of Ilioo, are visiting tho family of Mr. F.B. Williams on South Seventh street. Mri. Will Ilearno, who has boon in tho city for several days past in at tendance upon tho World's Fair moot ing, has returned homo. Mrs. Ed. F. Warron left to-day for hor home. While here sho visited tho sohools and advisod thorn as to tho plan of tho oduoation work of tho Texas World's Fair Association. Gov F It Lubbook is still in tho oity but expects to start out next Mon day morning1 on a general canvassing tour of tho stato in tho interest of tho Texas World's Fair Association. Mr and Mrs J P Williamson are tho proud parents of a ton pound boy, born last night. Good luck to you Polk, and hero's hoping that boy may bo a boy of beauty and a joy forovor. Mr S F Train is in tho oity looking after tho right of way for tho pro posed C. R. I. & P. railway. He will take charge of a survoying party to tho City ol Mexioo. Rev. J A McKamy, pastor of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church, is ab!o to bo up and about from a threo weeks' attack of la grippe. Ho will fill his pulpit tomorrow at 11 o'clock Mr. M. Bishop, of tho city of Mex ico, is in tho oity. Mr. Bishop is a practical mining engineer, and his visit hero portends good for Waoo, of whioh more will bo said in The News of Monday. Mr. M. B. Rioo, tho gcrial agent of the Mutual Life, Thk News is pleased to learn, will make his home in Waoo, and headquarters for tho groat insur ance he ropresents. Ho returned yes torday from a trip to Yazoo, Miss., bringing Mrs. Rice and child. They aro residing at present at Mrs. Ea bank's, No. 522 South Third stroet. Waco will warmly welcome Mrs. Rice to her new home. Clearance Sale. To closes out Winter hats, hair braids, bangs, curls and wigs a specialty. Mrs. B.J. Doss, 100K Austin Nt, neiir corner Fourth What I Know About Hardware and What I Guess About '92. Tho year ot 1892 promises to be a year of low prices. Cottou, corn, hogs, pig iron and real cstato are likely to be lower on an averago in 1892 than they were in 1891. While I do not look for any scarcity of loanable funds the dominant and restless stato of tho labor element, pernioious legislation against capital whioh borders on con fiscation, and tho frequenoy of dishon est failures among morohants and bankers, has soared capital and forced much of it into idlonoss, henro rail road building1 and other new enter prises aro likely to bo held in aboy anco. All kinds of labor and commod ities will bo ohcap and trado dull. For yourhirdwaro go to R. Stuaubh. Corner 4th and Mary Sts. Stockholders Mooting. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Waoo Gas company will bo held at their office in Waoo on Monday Jan. 25th, 1892, at 12 o'clock for the purpoan of eleoting directors for tho ensuing year. John L. BiiooKENimouaii, Secretary. I have a posltlro rci led j for tho above disease; by Its (fto thousands of caca of the worn kind nnd orioas etanfllmj hare been cured. Indeed, sostronjjiBniyfaltiiln Its efllcacy, that I wlli SSi uJ"ra,1" ?,"EK- "uu VALUABLE '1 RLA nail on this dltcneo to any sufferer who vMecnd mo tl.clr hxtiros nud 1. 0. address. T.A.SLOCUM.M.C, IOI Ponriat., N. Y. WflTf.H TH Hnluii III To Unload our Stock Before Moving We Offer -ON Desirable Shoes, Silks and Dress Goods, We are offering Children's Rub bers for 10 cents a pair. Ladies' Rubbers, broken sizes, for 19 cents a pair. I J Sizes 4 to 8 at 50 cents. Sizes S to 10 at 75 cents. Sizes 11 to 2 at 85 cents. Including heel and spring heel and is a special good snap. 013 Ladies' Bals. A lot of Lace Shoes and old ladies' bals Sizes 3, 4 and 5, worth from Si. 50 to $1.75, for $1.00. Laiies' Kid Button Sloes. A lot of broken sizes. Sizes 2 to 4 were $2 a pair, now $125 a pair. 500 Remnants of Silks and Dress Goods at half the original price. 10 pieces of all wool spring weight striped Dress Goods, were 75c, now 45 cents. Remember these goods are sure to go this week. So come and and get first selection. CORNER SIXTH STREET AND AUSTIN AVENUE. CURTIS & ORAND- China, Glass ware, Lamps,Dinner and Tea Sets. Round Oak Heaters. v.ffiafw!IiLciw,.m,i..t. , , , ,7"."'S1T. . n 'T -j, Trfijaain CharterOak Stoves, Wagons, Trycicles, Bycicles, Hobby Horses. e)TfJR.TfS & RAND ;oo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS. J. W. Majtm, Toflder.t. K. ROTAN. Vm Oamboox, -Vice Prealdents. TOK PADOITT, OAP1TAL, $60C,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $100,000. f nt ROTO Kj.w. Mann. K. Rotan. Wm. Cameron. Tom Psdgltt, J. K. Ro, vr Furl, V . M. Kellett, Travis, r. Jonsn, w. n, Dunnloa, Wm. Brenstedt. M. A opsr OB'Aoooonta of Banks, lUnkers, Merohants and others are eolloitoU. Wo pon essnninrpstK adlltles fur mn king eollootlons. SSPflGE a VERY- SILKS. A lot of fine Gros Grain Silks in all colors. All silks worth $1.25 for 50 cents a yard. Surah Silts. In short lengths and a small lot of China Silks worth 50 to 60 cts. a yard, for 35 cents a yard. Blact Faille SOL Our $1.25 all silk Black Faille we offer at 75 cents a yard. Black Faille Silt '. 0ur $2 .?, y"rd, .black tra Silks we will sell this week at 1.25 BLACK JBIDEE SILK. A lot of fine Armures in short lengths 11 yards, was $2.75, now $1 78 yard. 73 yards, was 2.50, a yard, now $1.65. 13 yards, was 2.25 a yard, now Sl.50. K, Rosa, CihlM. ) Assistant W. V. Kobt U. O. PmcocKB, ) CRshlers. Cuts special