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The Waco evening news. (Waco, Tex.) 1891-1894, February 04, 1892, Image 8

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IriOliND-.gam of monoy which owner can Kt
- by dccrlblnK 't nnd raytnj for this notice.
Apply at Parmer" nd Merchants uank. It
(limit & Poimloxtcr,
jjr mr&rsk. kt-
V jwnr Ira J
dailies9 Muslin Chemise
Ladies5 Muslin Drawers
Infants9 Dresses
Corset Covers
A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent.
Waco, Texas.
J. W. Ma, President.
X. Botan,
Vm. OtsmnoN, ''''Ice PreetdcDti.
Tom Padoitt. J
Pirst kTa,tio:cn.a,l IBeuanLls:.
CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, f 100,000.
ItlllEOTOliSi W. Mann. E. Rotan, Win. Cameron, Tom Padgltt. J. K. Rose, W.V
rort, W. 11. Kellelt, Tmvle, IT. Jones, W. II. Dunnlci, Win. Hreuitedt, M. A Cooper.
tSfAcoountB of Banks, iitnkers, Merchant! and others a ro sollolted . We poetess nmnrpaio
Belittles formating collections.
n. I2i7
To the sheriff or any Constable of McLennan
county, Greeting:
G. U. Trlpls administrator ol the estate of
M. Komiiml Deceased, taring filed In onr
County Court Ills Final Account of the con
dition of the Estate of said M Itomand Deceas
ed, together with an application to bo discharg
ed from said Administratorship
You arc llerohy Commanded, that by publi
cation of this writ for twenty days In a newspa
per regularly published li the County of 11c
I.enrmn you Kive dne notice to all persons Inter
ested In the Account for Pinal .Settlement of
said Estate, toflle their objections thereto, If
any they havd. ou or before the Ma cu term,
1HJ2, of said County ourt, commencing and to
beholden at the Conrt House of said County, In
Waco on the Urst Monday iu ilarch Jb'J.', when
paid Account and Application will be contlder
ed by said Court.
Wiikess my hand and seal
or oOlce at Waco this 30th day
: of .January 1SU2.
:L. S. J.W. Uakku. Clerk County Court
: :McI.cnnan County, Texas.
... lly T. II. IIhow.n, Deputy.
NoticeCounty Contractors.
Bids will bo received by the Com
missioners' Court on the 10th day
of February, 1892, for furnishing
medioino and doing the medical prac
tice for the County Poor Farm and
County Jail. The court reserves tho
right to roject any and all bids.
W. H. Jenkins,
Ji-2 5t County Judgo.
Notice-County Contractors.
Bids will be received by tho com
missioners court on tho 10th day of
1'ebruary 1892 for burying paupers.
Tho court reserves the right to reject
auy and all bids. W. H. Jenkins,
2-2 5t (Jounty Judge.
Bnoklen's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve In tho world for cats,
bruises, sores, uloera, salt rheum, fe
ver Boros, totter, chapped hands, chll
blalnB, corns and all skin eruptions,
and positively jures piles, or no pay
required. It Is guaranteed to give
satisfaction or luoney refunded. Price
S5 cents a box. For sale by W. B
Morrison & Oo.
We offer our entire stock of
new Spring Underwear at a
great reduction from regular
K, Bob. Cathlei.
) Assistant
W. V. Fobt
B. Q. PrsoocEB, (Cashiers
.VjS'tTvy Dli or.
Ai.pexa, Mich., Feb. 4. M. F. Chalk,
nn expert diver ot Detroit, has arrived
hero to attempt to locate and raise the
Powabie which sink in Thunder bay in
120 feet of water twenty-live years ago.
Four attempts have been made to raise
the vetvel in each of which the diver lost
his life. Tho depth at which the work
has been done was so great and the con
bciiueut pressure of the icy waters was
po enormous that life was squeezed out.
Chalk has behind him several wealthy
men who pay him $.1000 for the attempt,
guaranteeing him his life insurance in
case he dies, and in case they are able to
bring up the wreck to divide Uie cargo
equally with him. Tho Pewabic is
loaded with pig copjer valued ivt $165,
000. Tho diver has luul a helmet made
that will resist it prepare of -ISO paundi
to tho fequare inch.
World's 1'nlr 1'oi.tiilllco.
Ciiicaoo, Feb. 4. Postofllce Inspector
Stoddard has practically completed hi?
investigations for the plans of a World'e
fair postofllce. He will return to Wash
ington and lay tho results of his work
before the iMstoifice department. Al
though Insix'ctor Stoddard is not per
mitted to make public the work accom
plished, it is known that his plans con
template a postofllce at the World's fail
grounds which will not only bo ample
in capacity to accommodate the 100,000
exhibitors, but will bo a postofllce which
would do credit to any of tho largei
cities of the United States. The em
ploycs will number botween 400 and 500,
and it is believed that Iiibiiector Stod
dard will recommend that tho office, in
stead of having a postmaster, bo placed
under tho control of Postmaster Sexton.
The plans for tho postofllce will be
drawn by Architect Ed Brook of the
treasury department. Insomuch as the
work of construction is so far advanced
on the World's fair buildings, the post
office will probably be inclosed in thu
government building.
Mr. C, A llogcrs, of Gateeville, is
in the oity.
Mr. S. J. Mings is registered at tho
Pacific hotel.
Miss M. E Sears left yesterday for
Tyler to visit friendB.
J. N. Maxwell of Dallas, is in tho
oity and is stopping at the Boyal.
J. L. Wood, a prominent oitizen of
Dallas, is registered at the Pacific
B. T. Ilomer of Now York City, is
in the oity and is a guest of the Hoyal.
Mr. It. C. Halo of Baltimore, Md.,
is in tho city and is storpirjg at the
J. W. Elsburg, of Houston, is in
the city and takes his meals at tho
J. B. MoDaniel, of Hubbard City
was in the city today and put up at
the Royal.
Messrs. E. A. McDowell and J. M.
Pancake, well known citizens of Cory
ello county, are in the city.
Mr. II. C. Cross, p'esident and gen
eral managor of the Katy passed
through the city today on his way to
Mr. James I. Mooro sold two car
loads of hogs today, at round figures,
for parties at Burnett. Ho says hog
raising beats cotton.
Mr. Poroy McGheo, of McGhce &
Cargill, lumber brokers, leavos tonight
for Houston and Southwestern Texas
on a business tour among the pineries.
Capt. John D. Morrow, of tho in
surance firm of Morrow, Plunkctt &
Co., returned this afternoon from
Haskoll wero he had been to adjust a
loss by fire at that place.
Miss Mamie McMahan, who has
bson ill for more than a month at the
residence of her brother, Mr. It S.
McMahan, in this oity, ib reported
worse today. There is littlo hope of
ber recovery.
Tho wife and eldest son of Mr. T.
D. Hays, The News is sorry to an
nounce, aro dangerously ill. The
former has been confined to her bed
since November 20th, and littlo
Moore has not been clear of fever for
31 days.
Mr, John Mueller, of New Orleans,
representing tho Molino Browing com
pany, is in tho city negotiating for
establishment of an agency for that
company's celebrated kec and bottle
boer. When Feon by a News repor
ter this afternoon he said everything
looked favorable.
A sure remedv for re
moving superfluous hair.
:M::e,s. idoss'
430 j4 AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Cotton and
Several good crops and considera
ble speculative buying during tho
boom years of '89 and '90, a heavy
surplus which has beenjgrowing from
year to year, or, in one word "over
production" is at tho bottom of tho
present low prico of cotton. Unfor
tunately many farmers and merchants
who intended to hold their cotton for
higher prices held and aro holding ic
for lowor prices. Of course the price
of cotton will lluctuato as usual, but
no high-priced cotton year need to bo
oxpectod until the surplus is used up.
Relief will come in two ways. 1. Tho
low price of cotton fabrics will stim
ulate consumption all over tho world
ond will draw it into new ohannohj.
2. Short orop years or smallor
aoreage, or both, will lessen the sup
ply. Those procosses aro slow. It
may take 2 to 4 years to bring tho
ootton market into a sound condition.
I have just rccoivod a car of steel
good such as hoes, rakes, forks etc,
a oar of horse shoes, tho Burden, XL
steol, snow, oowboy and too weight
patterns, a car of sheet iron, blaok and
galvanized smooth and corrugated.
My prioes aro rook bottom on these
good? wholesale and retail.
En Strauss,
Ii Hard "or" 5of t Water
MS Soap worly so well, tbt.
A few pieces of brown and colored
Qros Grain Silks, original $1.25 value,
for 50 cents a yard.
Sural anfl China Evenins Sifts.
15 pieces of the above Silks, wuro liuc,
this week 35c.
Navy Satin.
2 pieces Navy and Electric Bluo Satin,
was 70c, this week for 35 cents yd.
Satin RaMame.
piece Silver Gray ; 1 piece Navy
Blue; 1 piece Bottle Groon, regular
price $1 50, this week 75 cents yard.
Ciianieatle Sifts.
All-silk changeable Tricot, was 82 a
yard, this week at $1 00 a j ard.
75c Striped Dress Goods.
In spring weight, all wool, fine tex
ture, for 45 cents a yard.
We are making extiaordiuary cuts in Ladies' and Chil
dren's Shoes and we guarantee a saving of 35c. on ALL
Shoes bought from us this week.
ggfDon't forget that we offer Remnants of Silks and
Dress Goods at h all original cost.
X. E W X 2nT E :-: BBOS-
To Cirur
r??;::i5;s-'f &
toves and House Furnishing Goods
e3TfTR.TIS &c JR jSJJf)
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE..
&orKn want NO OTHER.
A lot of genuino English Miss Hose
that were 76o pair, this week 25o.
Gents British Sox.
Wo have display British Sox that are
worth $: a doz., for 1(! 2-3o a pair.
Gents Nigiit Gowns
We ofLr handsomely trimmed Gowna
that wore $1 for 05 oents.
$1.50 Gowiib for 85 cents.
$2 00 Gowns for $1.15.
? Reinforced back and front unlauD
dcred SHIRTS for SI. 00 Sold all
over tho country for $1.50.
Wc offor a lot of Muslin and Cass Caps
for children that wero 50 and 75o
eaoh, for 15 oents
Just opened new line of Infants and
Children's Lace, Muslin and Silk
Caps and Hats thr.t we will sell
cheap, at 25, 53 and 75 cents.
DSTe-7- Store.

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