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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 26 1892.
8 OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE LEADING DRUCCISTS Giiiitt & Poiiuloxtcr, NO aid AUSTIN AVENUE. ID cents a paii 15 cents a pair MIStDTER These are all new goods, fresh from the factory. 9 9 Cents Comforts worth $1.50 $lld Heavy Gray Blankets worth $2 $9.99 Men's good Clothing worth $15 12 l-2cis. JfiO CentS Children's Underwear worth 40 cents CdltS Children's Undenvear worth 50 cents ,000 Articles at Grreat R:i3aovalifc8alo GOLDSTEIN A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent. JONES BROTHERS- REM ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'8, Waco, Texas. HORACE PICKETT Pickett $s " EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Ofllce BoxNo. 45, Special Attcnt'on plven to Orcanttat'on aril ETnrrlnatlcn of Hooks for Banks, 'Entates CoiporatloDB. Merchant!), JIbiii fnctarera. Insuiame Ccnipunles.tte. and toe mpllcat- ed Acouunta lnL1qnlit on or Dispute. Contused Accounts lUTestUntfd and Stated BookBOneued,Pi sted a dllostd. and nrrHngtd fTai'y klnl of Engines. Stenography und TyptwUllug a Specialty. TKBMS MBEKA.L: CORRKSPONOKNCE BY MAIL OH, W1KK FBOMPTLY ATTENDED TO BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. MONBYS 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 iiMtoifcifcOr, :eIvXj;cck: je i s Co. WACO, : : : : TEXAS, PIEE : INSUEANOE : AGENTS. Tlate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.::::: t 1 : : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us. oFh-ioK axnv.u uotkt. iioyat.. DAILY $ S-, LADIES' RUBBER SANDALS. Childrens' Merino Underwear worth 2 sets. Less Than Cost, THOS. DUGELBY -as AMD AUDITORS. WEEKLY MIGEL PERSONA L. JSid Horz left yesterday for & visit to San Antonio. Miss Mary lUndlo has returned from a visit of sovcral weeks to the Misaos Bmsig at Naraaoto, Texas. Hon. W. II. Jenkins has so far recovered ns to be able to resumo his eeat on tho bench in the county court. Col. J. K. Street is moving from Waco to Courtland, Tcxap, noar Aransas Pass, and with his family will make that his homo in future. Rev. J. S Flanagan, tho homo mis sionary of tho Central Texas Method ist Protestant conference, will loavo Thursday for an extended lour of his district organizing ohurohes. Clearance Sale. To closo out Winter hats, haii braids, bangs, curls and wigs a specialty. Mrs. B.J. Doss, 40O,1; Austin St. near corner Fourth. What I Know About Hardware and Hard Times. Tho causo of hard times is not short crops, floods nor drouths, low price of cotton nor scaroity. of money. It is tho habit of the people to live beyond their inoomo, or in the language of political economy, consumption is ahead of production. If the man who earns $50 00 per month and lives comfortably on same, is advanced to $100.00 per month, will ho eavo hie inoreaso? Very seldom. He will at oncoinoreaso his coat of living. But if tho $100 00 man is reduced to $50.00, ho will go in dobt as long as he has orcdit, before ho will reduco his coat of living. Laborers who earn $40.00 per month spend $50 -00. Those who earn $100, spend $150. Farmers apend their crops be fore there is a seed in tho ground. Merchants whoso inoomo is $1000 a year manage to livo on $1500. Cities wlnse 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 euro to come sooner or later. Theso defioits (be tween earnings and expenses) which appear from the lowest to tho highest strata of society, accumulate until credit is stretched to tho highest ten sion. A panic is tho result. This is tho only remedy, for nothing short of absolute necessity will toaoh the average citizen to live within his in- come. For your hardware go to E. Straubb. Corner 4th and Mary Sts. Waco, KNOW THYSELF. Hear Prof, Windsor and Learn Im portant Facts. Prof. Wm. Windsor the renowned phrenologist, deliverod the first of a series of lectures at the Philo hall last night. The hall was crowdod with people anxious to know how this wonderful man can read tho character of oaoh and evory man, woman or child who will submit to a touch of tho hand. Messrs. Wat,t and Duprco, two prominent oitizens, were chosen last night for publio examination and tho delineation of their characters was satisfactory. The lecture tonight and each succeeding night will occur at the commercial college hall over Moore Bros., corner Mary and Fourth streets. Tho subjeot tonight will bo, "How to Become Rich." Tomorrow night it will bo, "Matrimony." Tho lectures are freo and the entertain ment is first class. Notice. I have this day purchased tho stock of M. T. Nov n ton onj tho corner of Fourth and Moorn stroots, and solicit your patronage. Yours truly, A. V. Boynton. January 25, 1892. Tho great Mitchell's Prong plow. Died. At 2:20 this mornine at tho resi dence of its parents, Espie McNeill infant son of Mr. ?nd Mrs. J. H. Mc Neill aged 3 years and 8 months Funeral took plaoo at 3 p. m. today. Rev. T. N. Calvin officiating. The great Mitchell's Prong plow. 17 n TftTT TTT W M ( iH A ilil 1 vll A i. 1 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. CMlta's School Sloes Sizes 4 to 8 at 50 cents. Sizes 8 to 10 at 75 cents. Sizes 1 1 to 2 at 85 cents. Including heel and spring heel and is a special good snap. Oli Ladies' Bals. A lot of Lace Shoes and old ladies' bals Sizes 3, 4 and 5, worth from $1.50 to $1.75, for $1.00. LaSies' KB Button Sloes, A lot of broken sizes. Sizes 2l 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. Charter'Oak Stoves, Wagons, Trycicles, Bycicles, Hobby Horses. . qoo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS. J . W. Mjlxh, President. It Dn.1 t i VM. CAMUUON. .Vlca President!. Tom Fadsitt. J .First IbTatiorxsQ. ZB&eJs:. CAPITAL., I60C.O0O. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. $100,000. OritKOTOllS-J. W. Mann, K. Botan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Padgltt, J. K. Rose, V Won, Vf.it. Kellett, Travis, T, Jones, W. R. Dunntoa, Wm. Brsuitedt, M. A Ooopsr. tSBTAooonnts or Banks, Bankore, Merchant! and others are solicited. We pontes aniurpaiit acllltles for making collections. Y" Special Cut VERY- SMS. A lot of fine Gros Grain Silks in all colors. All silks worth 1.25 for 50 cents a yard. Serai Silks. In short lengths and a small lot of China Silks worth 50 to 60 cts a yard, for 35 cents a yard. Blact Faille Silt Our Si. 25 all silk Black Faille we . offer at 75 cents a yard. Black Faille SI Our $2 a yard black extra Silks we will sell this week at $1.25. BLACK ABMDBE SILK. A lot of fine Armures in short lengths 11 yards, was $2.75 , now $1 78 yard. 3 yards, was S2.50, a yard, now $1.65. 13 yards, was $2.2 5 a yard, now S1.50. . K. Boes, Caahler. ) Assistant W. V. Kobt B. O. Pzdcocub, J Cashiers. SSPAG