' WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 8 1892.
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Foil ltr.N'r-.Siilt of rooms, first floor,
Mrs. Harmon, corner of Eighth And Washing
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC
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Thursday, Feb. i ith, Corner of Sixth Street.
Next Door to Present Stand.
We offer all goods at a great sacrifice. See these prices
then see us, and see us at once as the goods may be gone.
Cotton plaids and
checks wcrth and sold
everywhere at 5 cents
Ladies' Chemise worth
Drawers worth 50 cts.
Dress goods worth 50
cents a yard.
Corset Covers worth
Tabic Linen, red or
white, worth 40 cts.
Towels worth 40 cts.
All these and many
more go at 29 cents
Kid Gloves worth $1.
Comforts worth $r.
Ladies Chcmese worth
Ladies' Gowns worth
20 per cent, discount
on all Trunks and
Valises and Leather
50 articles worth $1.25
to $1.75 each.
Men's $1.50 Wool Un
derwear. Ladies' $1.50 Wool
Ladies' $1.25 Muslin
Blankets worth $1.50.
Comforts worth $1.50.
Dress Goods worth
$ 1.2 5 a yard.
Silks worth gi.40 a
Trimmings worth $2 a
yard, all go at 99c.
These are only a few of the many bargains.
Everything in stock, before removal,
Mr, J. M. Lee, of Houston, is at
Mr. J. W. Saunders, of Gatesville',
is in tho oity.
Mr. 0. C. McLendon of Calvert, is
registorod at tho McClelland Hold.
Mr. R. S. i'oaoum of Houston is in
tho oity. Ho has rooms at tho Koyal.
Mr. John K. Fultner, of San Anto
nio, was in the oity yesterday on routo
Mrs. J. Mook is inJDoniBon in at
tendance upon hor sick daughter, Mrs,
J. II. Moyer of that oity
Miss Lizzio Morgan of Dallas i
visitmir her cousin Miss tunings-
worth, corner of Austin and 18th
Hon. J. J. Fairbanks a prominent
oitizen of Dcnison is in tho city today.
He is hero in tho interest of tho
Texas Car Exhibit.
Miss Lizzio Morgan of Dallis, is in
the oity visiting her cousin, Miss Kil
lingsworth, corner of Austin and
Mr. Richard Wall, bettor known
among his numerous friends as "Hap
py Dick," is in the oity representing
P. V. Mortinez of Dallas.
Mr. 0. E. Schowe, a prominent citi
zen of Clifton, is on a pleasure trip to
tho oity. Ho has many warm mends
who always givo him a hearty wel
come. The popular knight of the gup,
Mr. Jeff Lamar, is in the oity in the
interest of the Royal Baking Powder
company, of whioh institution he is a
General Superintendent Goo. L.
Sands of The San Antonio and Aran
sas PasB spent the night in the oity
and returned down the road this morn
ing. Everything ib moving on tho
Sap at this time.
While it is true I have been chosen the President of tke x.qu&
ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A, DAUTHIN, deceased, IstJDj
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co.,
pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all othec
bnsiaeis communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore
LeC B4X IS SB
NSW OMLBANS LA,
ON THURSDAY FEB. 11th
WE WILL MOVE
OTo 5121 3s S223 Austin St.
Next door to ths present ptand we now occupy, Sixth and Austin St.
Where we will be pleased to see our numerous old friends and
TIIK STATi: OF TUX AN.
To the fliorlff or any Constable of McLennan
county, Greeting: v
G. U. Tripls ridmlnletrator of the estate of
M. Itomand Deceased, navlog Bled in om
Cetmty Conn his Final Account of the con
dition of the Estate of Bald M Koraand Deceas
ed, together with an application to be discharg
ed from said Administratorship
You are Hereby Commanded, that by publi
cation of this writ for twenty daya In a newapa
)er regularly published li the County of Mc
Lennan yon Klvo due notice to nil persona Inter
ested In the Account for Pinal Settlement of
said Estate, to die their objections thereto, If
any they bavo. on or before tho Ma eti term,
1802, of said County I'ourt, cdmmenclng and to
be holdeu at the Conn House or said County, In
Wacoon the first Monday lu March 18'ji, when
said Account and App.lcatlon will be consider
ed by said Court.
Witxes my hand and seal
of oMce at Waco this :X)tli day
: otJandary lS'J'J.
:L. S. . J.W.Haukb. Clerk County Court
: :McLcnnsn County, Texas.
lly T. H. Bnowx, Deputy.
Notioo is heroby given that on tho
12th day of January J8a2 the Blake
Manufacturing Company of Waco,
Texas, mado a general assignment to
tho undersigned assignee of all of its
property for the benefit of all of itb
creditors and that said trust has been
aooopted; tho assigneo has qualified
and is now in possession of all the
proporty of said company for tho pur
pose of administering said trust.
All creditors wishing to accept
under this assignment must make
known to the assignee their consent in
-writing within four months after pub
lication of this notice.
Address all communications to the
undersigned at Waco, Texas.
D. D. Fairciiild, Assignee.
Monday January 25th 1892.
Bids will bo received by tho Com
missioners1 Court on tho 10th day
of February, 1892, for furnishing
medicino and doing tho medical prac
tice for tho County Poor Farm and
County Jail. Tho court reserves tho
right to roject any and all bids.
W. H. Jenkins,
JJ-2 6t County Judge.
Bids will be reocived by the com
missioner court on tho 10th day of
February 1892 for burying paupers.
Tho court reserves the right to reject
any and all bids, W. II. Jenkins,
2-2 5t Uounty Judge.
Pool Party of ladies and gentlemen
at tho Natatorium tonight 8-30 to 10
When Not to Keii Uonbs.
She decided that the only way to
run a house economically was to keep
a bet of books, so she mado nil tho
necessary purchases, including a bot
tle of red ink, and btnrted in.
It was a month later that her hus
band asked her how &ho was getting
"Splendidly," she replied.
"The system is a success, then?"
"Yes, indeed. Why, I'm sixty
eight dollars ahead already."
"Sixty-eightdollars 1" ho exclaimed.
"Heavens I You'll bo rich before
long. 1 Have you started a bank ac
count?" "No o; not yet."
"What havo you done with tho
"Oh, I haven't got tho money, you
know. That's only what tho books
show. But just thing of being sixty
eight dollars ahead."
"Urn, yes. But I don't exactly
"Why, don't tho books show it?"
"Of course; but tho money? What
has become of that?"
"I don't exactly know," she said,
doubtfully. "I've been thinking of
that, and I think Ave must havo been
robbed. That's tho only way I can
explain. What do you think wo had
better do about it?"
Ho puffed his pipe in solemn silonco
for a moment and then suggested :
"Wo might stop keeping books.
That's easier than complaining to the
police." Chicago Tribune.
Tho Rod; Island has decided to build
south from Indian Territory to tho gulf.
Somo of tho London and Northwest
ern (Eug.) railway engines run 2,000
milos a week regularly.
TU10 Roclcaway Valley road lias se
cured tho ontiro right of 'way between
Alondhum, N. J., and Alorristowu.
It is probablo that tho Bay of Quinto
road will bo extended in tho near tuturo
so as to connect with tho Thousand
Tho survey for tho railroad from
Mombassa, on tho east African coast, to
the lakes in tho territories of tho British
East Africa company is to be begun at
A national sleeping car company has
been formed by St. Petersburg capital
ists to introduco cars of tho American
style ou tho Russian railroads. A num
ber of such cars have been ordered at
the PutilovsW, factories.
A sure remedv for re
moving superfluous hair.
FOR SALE AT
400 AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Cotton and
Several good crops and considora-,
ble' speculative buying during the.
boom years of '89 and '90, a heavy
surplus whioh has beengrowing from
year to year, or, in one word "over-,
production" is at tho bottom of the
prosent low price of cotton. Unfor
tunately many farmers and merchants
who intended to hold their cotton for
highor prices held and are holding it
for lower prices. Of course tho prioo
of cotton will iluotuato as usual, but
no high-priced cotton year need to bo
oxpeoted until the surplus is usod up.
Relief will como in two ways. 1. Tho
low prico of cotton fabrics will stim
ulate consumption all over the world
and will draw it into new channels.
2. Short crop years or smaller-
acreage, or both, will lossen the sup:
ply. These processes are slow. It
may take 2 to 4 years to bring the.
cotton market into a sound oondition.
I have just rccoived a car of steel
goodj such as hoes, rakes, forks etc,
a oar of horso shoes, the Burden, XL
steel, Bnow, cowboy and too weight
patterns, a oar of sheet iron, black and
galvanized smooth and corrugated.
My prices aro rook bottom on these
goods wholesale and retail.
Our junior partner is now in New York working
hard and our shelves will soon be replete with all
the novelties that our American and European
markets can produce.
Look out for grand bargains when we open.
Our new quarters will be well lighted by two
elegant skylights which are now in course of con
struction, which will make our new quarte'.s pleas
ant and comfortable to our customers.
Thanking our friends for their liberal patronage
and support extended to us during the past quarter
of a century, we trust in the future, by kind and
attentive treatment, to merit the same.
CURTIS & ORAND-
To O-ulx iNTe-r Store.
Wo desiro to say to our oitizons,
tthat lor years wo havo boon selling
Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, Dr. King's Now Life Pills,
Buoklon's Arnica Salvo and Elootrio
Bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as well, or that havo
given such universal satisfaction. Wo
do not hesitate to guarantco thorn
every time, and wo stand ready to re
fund tbo purohase prioo, if satisfactory
results do not follow thoir uso. Theso
remedies have won their great popu
larity purely on thoir merits. W. B.
Morrison &Co. DruggistB,
Fishing taokle of every dosoription
with t full stock of huntors suppli o
H. E. A 'ISOLDS.
toves and House Furnishing Goods
(fSTfJRTf 3 & ORAND
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE., - WACO, TEXAS-
J. W. Mamk, President.
X. Rotan, a
Wm. Camhdon, SVIce Presidents.
Ton Padoitt. )
. K, Boss, CaihUr.
W. V. Tout
B. Q. PrnooOKB, (Caahlors,
CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $100,000.
nillEOTOlttt-J. vr. Maun. . Eotan, Wm. Cameron. Tom Padgltt, J. ;K. Hose, Vf.V
Fort, W. M. Kellett, Travis, F. Jones, W. II. Dannies, Wm. Brenitedt, M. A Cooper,
tarAoooantit of Banka, Bankers, Merchant! and otbera a ro olio! ted. We josiesanninrnaiio
BclUttM for making collections.
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