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The Waco evening news. [volume] (Waco, Tex.) 1891-1894, January 25, 1892, Image 8

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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 25 1892.
GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL
lf cents a pair
15 cent a pair misDalsbber
These are all new goods, fresh from the factory.
f$ CdltS Comforts .worth. $1.50
pl19 Heavy Gray Blankets worth $2
$ Men's good Clothing worth $15
1 2 1 BUtf'! S Childrens' Merino Underwear worth
5SCP CeiltS Children's Underwear worth 40 cents
CeiltS Children's Undenvear worth 50 cents
5,000 Articles at
Great RexxxcrtraljtftSaLle
GOLDSTEIN
A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent.
JONES BROTHERS ,
REM ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'S,
Waco, Texas.
HORACE PICKETT
EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS.
Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Office Box No. 40,
Bpeolnl Attrnt'on plven to Organization and Kxnirlnstlon of Hooks for Hanks, 'Estates
Corporations. Merchants. Unniifncturera. Insurance CcinpHtiles.ttc. and to e mpllcnt-
ed Accounts in I.lqniiUt'on or Dispute, Confused AcoountB InveMlpiUed and btatod
Books Opouea, Pruted a d Closed, and arrnnged for any klnu of Jiuslness,
Stenography and TypbWiltlug a Specialty.
TKBMSLIBEKAL: CORRKSrONDKNCEBY MAIL Ok; 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
BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE
MCO!ieO,,r, 'JE'JLXXJSnBZ JE OP 8s Co.
WACO. : : : : TEXAS.
FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.::::: i
1 : : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
omen vKitKit iioTttr. nor at..
DAILY $
LADIES' RUBBER
SANDALS.
Less Than Cost.
THOS. DUGELBY
WEEKLY
4
MIGEL
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS
(Siiiiil & Poiiuloxtcr,
wo 310 Austin avi:mji:.
PERSONAL.
Mrs. Cohen and Miss Tcokla Wcs
'ow liavc returned from an extended
visit to rolativos and friends in Uoor
gia. Mr. W. E. Jackson, who was se
verely injured by a breaking nail, will,
it is thought, not lose tho sigbt of his
cyo, as wus at first foared.
Mr. Sid Horz, the popular news
dealer, wont to San Antonio today on
an extended visit. He will possibly
extend his trip to Mexico.
Mr W. D. McCoy, city attorney of
Cleburne, accompanied by his wifo,
nco Miss Bertie Flail, datightor of
Judgo J. M. Hall, is visiting the fami
ly of Capt. Van Hall in this city.
Mr. Sara Trcadwcll, reoently en
gaged in the newspaper business at
Colorado City, has removed to Waco,
and entorcd tho employ ol The News.
His estitnablo wifo is the daughter of
V. H. Morris, tho first sheriff of Mc
Lennan county after tho war. Many
old frionds of tho family arc still in
Waco and both Mr. and Mrs. Tread
well have relatives hore. At present
they are dotnioilod at the Mitchell
hotel.
Clearance Sale.
To closu out Winter hats, hair
braids, bangs, curls and wijs
a specialty.
Mrs. B.J. Doss,
4W Austin St near corner Fourth
What I Know About Hardware and
Hard Times.
The cause of hard times is not short
crops, floods nor drouths, low price of
cotton nor scarcity of money. It is
tho habit, of tho people to live beyond
their income, or in the language of
politioal economy, consumption is
ahead of production. If the msn who
earns $50.00 per month and lives
comfortably on same, is advanced to
$100.00 per month, will he Bave his
iuorcase? Very seldom. He will at
once increase his cost of living. But
if tho $100 00 man is reduced to
$50.00, he will go in debt as long as
he has credit, before ho will reduce
his cost of living. Laborers who
earn $40.00 per month spend $50 -00
Thoso who earn $100, spend
$150. Farmers Bpend their crops be
foro there is a seed in tho ground.
Merchants whose income is $1000 a
year manage to Iivo on $1500. Cities
whose income is $100,000 spend
$200,000. Railroad Co's., who earn
a million a year, spend two million
No one seems to look out for the
"rainy day" which is sure to come
sooner or later. These deficits (be
tween earnings and oxpenses) whioh
appear from the lowest to tho highest
strata of Booiety, accumulate until
credit is stretohed to the highest ten
sion. A panio is tho lesult. This is
tho only remedy, for nothing short
of absolute necessity will toach the
average citizen to live within his in
come. For your hardware go to
E. Strauhb.
Corner 4th and Mary Sts. Waco.
Notice.
I have this day purchased tho stock
of M. T. Boynton on the oorner of
Fourth and Mooro streets, and solioit
your patronage. Yours truly,
A. YV. IlOYNTON.
January 25, 1892
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Weir gave bond
today and were released from jail.
Mrs. Weir's bond is for $1000 and
her husband's for $500.
20 ltockport lots sold in one day this
week. "Who will be the next to buy
in Waco addition to Rookport? No
better investment can bo made.
J. E. Anderson.
1 M
SOCIETY NOTE.
Itorus aud communications intended
lor this department should bo sent to
No. 809 North Twelfth street or tele
phoned to No. 80. on or beforo Friday
afternoon of each week, in order to
rocelvo proper attention. Nows
notes reoelved after 10 o'clock Satur
day morning cannot appear until the
next week, however muoh we may
regret tho delay.
CONRAD! CONRAD! CONRAD!
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
While it is true I have been chosen "flic President or the LowV
ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, IstflJ
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co.'
pany, so all proposals for sapplies, machinery, etc., as well as an other
business communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore
Lee amx isso
WISE
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
il
Sizes 4 to 8 at 50 cents.
Sizes 8 to IO at 75 cents.
Sizes 11 to 2 at 85 cents.
Including heel and spring heel
and is a special good snap.
Olfl Lafe' Bals.
A lot of Lace Shoes and old
ladies' bals
Sizes 3. 4 and 5, worth from S1.50
to $1.75, for $1.00.
Laflies' KM Button Shoes.
A lot of broken sizes. Sizes 2x2
to 4 were $2 a pair, now $125
a pair.
M.50.
500 Remnants of Silks and Dress Goods at half the original price.
10 pieces of all wool spring weight striped Dress Goods, were 7rc
now 45 cents. . ' '
Remember these goods are sure to eo this week. So come and
and get first selection.
X, El "W X 2T IE :-: ESS OS.
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND AUSTIN AVENUE.
CURTIS & ORAND
China, Glass ware, Lainps,Dinner and Tea Sets.
Round Oak Heaters.
u'1
CliarterOak Stoves, Wagons,. Trycicles,; ByciclesHobby
Horses.
?IfTR.T$S & SAND
loo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS.
J. W. Mahh, President,
K. Kotan,
. Vm.Oambbow, .Vice President!.
Tom Padhitt. S
ZPIrst N"ebtioELebl Sank,
CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. I100.OOO.
rort BwMwtrf; -M?nn; K" K0tan Wm' Cam"on. Tom Padgltt, J. K. Bo., W
TJ t )"i ' V' 5' Jne'1 W K- K. WO. Brraitedt, M. A Cooper.
. T v. ' BankarMe"hnt. and othere are solicits. We posies un.nrpi.i
eciutlea for making collections.
PAUL CONRAD,
NSW ORLEANS LJ,
VERY-
SMS.
A lot of fine Gros Grain Silks in '
all colors. All silks worth gi.25 '
for 50 cents a yard.
Surah Silks.
'In short lengths and a small lot of
China Silks worth 50 to 60 cts
a yard, for 35 cents a yard.
Black Faille Silt.
Our Si. 25 all silk Black Faille we
offer at 75 cents a yard.
: Black Faille Silt
Our $2 a yard black extra Silks,
we will sell this week at gi.25,
BLACK ABIDBI SILK.
A lot of fine Armurcs in short
lengths 1 1 yards, was $2.75,.
now $1 78 yard.
3 yards, was $2.50, a yard, now
$1.65.
13 yards, was 2S2.25 a yard, now
... ,. K. B". Cihli.
W. V. Kodt jABBlatant
B. G. Pedoockh, I Cashlors.
II K Uliilv
Special
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