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Advocate (Newspaper) - February 11, 1899, Victoria, Texas 5 vfy I FMT AJCTOWA AWVicromiA SrcOKP SofTnwsst TSEAB to MCDONALD EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR FEBUABY 11 1899 VOLUME LH Why Delay Trading Commencing Saturday Feb 111899 continuing for One Week ana Display 4 Windows Of the Latest in strictly PirBtClass Work at Living Pricee m Swell J LJ W A Misses Little Gents Boys Come and see for yourselvefryou knowthe tJ T J R McKENNA The Hustlers Owners Makers Menders and Dealersln footwear AT CLARKS EMPORIUM When you will find their shelves groaning under their burdens of tinware pots pans and kettles All kinds of soaps stationery whips cutlery and a thousand thingsupoii which price anp qual ity is not beaten in Victoria Respectfully lEfTNear Po3tofflce H I CLARK Headquarters for Bargairts CORRECTED DAILY r Cottongood Corn per bushelV Sweet potatoes per bushel per tont6 Egti per tozen Butter per B10 to 15c FectDB per lbbe Turkeys per piir 100 Obiokent per dozen 2 00 Woodpercord2 HIDKS Dryttintper ftStollc The above prices are paid farmers by the merchants oi Viloria ACKED BY FACTS COME HND BEGONVINCED 1 T XT T tn rtli n TI 11117 Filial J eginning with the New Year I have changed my busi to the believing the change will meet the approval of the public generally In order to raise a considerable amount of cash Quickly I offer for the next Thirty Days my entire Sck of goods at COSt I am in earnest m what i say I need money and the goods must go A big line of ladies shoes in sizes from to 4 wcnth 4 wSl be closed out for Immense lot of childrens Soe solid leather to go at prices ranging from 25 cents to qo cents Worlds of calico acfrom 3ceuts to cents ai i yw j per yard for standard brands Men s toV at 10 cents and flannels worth at gQ regardlegs Of T H r ITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS L P LEIBOLD Graduate Philadelphia College ef Pharmacy DRUGGIST Victoria Texas DEALER IN Drugs Medicines Chemicals School Books and Stationery BC r and Fancy Toilet Articles m ffioial Report of the BegaUr Meeting Held Feb 6 1899 iliccessM Upon the propefsefctiou of varieties and well in tressTproperly handled Vfe claim to know how and would ask a trial shipment We he erowi test orchards from which we propagate We are more Especially Wholesalers And supply manvdealers Why not buy your stock toect There are otherswho claim to be the only propagators in the Coast We invite yon to Sit out grounds and become convinced We make no extrafagant claims You buy the trees and theyll do the rest We have no Agents TALVESTON NURSERY ORCHARD CO GALV as vw v Huleaj Co Texas B F WILLIAMS IN Regular meeting ol the City Council oi the city of Victoria Feb 61399 Present his Honor K J Willisimi Mayor and tte following Aldermen Schneidei sr Wilden Fischer Aklen Wilkereon Schneider jr Bailey and Hofer The Streisry besg absent on se count of sickness L S Hofer acted as secretary The minnlea ol the preceding iegnlar meeting were read It was moved and can led that the part legating the entering oi a fmi against Alderman Wilkerson foi non ittendance be stricken out The ininntes were then approved Jioved and carried that the read ngof the minutes ol the special meet ng be dispensed with The proposition of F S 1ierce re gardmg the put chase of uravel vaa or iered to eorne under thu bead o new business The follow ins report oi Ilie street and bridge committee was read and ordered snreidon the minutes Victoria Texac Feb H Ii9 To his Honor she Major and Buardof Aldermen We the rtrest and bridge committee beg leave to ruport work done tnd coil of aame for the month o Jannao Jan 2 Barnes ditnpnt ting in ft culvert and hRiling dirt Jan Mam street and banling dirt with three teams Jan 17 dirt on Liberty and Bridge streets with mn teanif Inn 24 Juan Linntrcet and hanling diit with thw team EXIES8ES EOR JANUARY Jalin Hoffman with lean 17 daya nt 60 John Hoffman b hand days nt f Wiilie tteber wllh team olU GUssLy hand 12JJdays IS 02 rauklin Vauglmn by hand 1 i buckner by hand 6 days G 25 f For lumber not 2 TO 2 60 Tliev flnil their wny to Bcuneiilerl TotalttSZW Eeapettfnlly submitted T H SCHNEIDER Olim HEBM FISCHKK qash Doors Blinds Cisterns Paints Oils ard every thing ttl building lie Estimates funnshed PRICES THE VERY LOWEST JlcrcVe wilh cam 5lays 12 nO Slansjliter Fields Iwm fi B Stsrton with learn J r Rtiuittin by hand SK The committee or printiim reviaeil oidiuanw reported having received three bid A niimhei of ordinnicea adopted under a suspension n the rules Vicctotia Feb 01800 B1Atkinson it icsolvtd hy the City Cnuiicil ol Louis Brown the City oi Victoria 1cat the Mayor be ottolloffman anthorted to appoint a commiiteeof Schier three for he purpose ol confening Looia Randall witli ownnrp of gravel pit in regard 10 B Silterlc auid committee to be vest p c Keiley ed with ooner to purchase an aure o Williams gravel M pfra not to exceed HoraCe Miller T nSciiNKtDER Jit Vmiepper L 0 Bob Kay nyf and 3nays to moved that the resolution U amended so as lo strike out the to be vtPled with power to purchase an senof travel the amount not to exceed iuO and to insert lo report at the nnM regular meeting of the Co incil QneslionVotf resulted ae follows AvesFichei Aide ami niiley3 jr Wilden ilk errcnprineider sr and Hffer5 Amendment lost on the ndoptinn rf was as follows Sihneinr H Wilder Wilkeron Shneidr Hnfer5 Alilun and Carriil llncriipiiuted Pihnndei jr Hoieranrt as such commil opened loi the printing of the rcvlsMi ordintncci in pamphlet WR9 awarded to Jus IflltiieilmeViidrtr jroviled he gave a bond of to insure theiomplciion oounU ol tlie fity as rennireil liy law f A Wood B L Owens and L lunlap Moved thai the compensation ot the icmbers of Ibe committee be Dsed at 3 per day for not exeeedmf five days Moved that the proposition of F S ierce be laid on the table until next meeting The following bills were ordeied paid Out of general fund T R Wood for contract and two bonds V L P and Ice company fcr lights I1 n Ont ol street and bridge fur Honk hauling grave Lee Hall From Fridays Daily 10 93 10 03 820 Ii 00 820 22 14 02 72 462 9 84 151 deducted pro rata and paid toAm Sitterle Franklin Aaoghnwork on street Andrew Uuckner Jno Hoffman Felix Glass iB Stanton W Weber Jno Hoffman hunter W M tools etc Aug Sitterlo Moved that the City Secretary be an thorized to issue a toucher for the printing of the delinquent tux list to tnVictoria lien tlf1 fiiunce committee audits the bill estimating the price to be charged at line contract price with the Victoria Weekly Advo catei J H iCHKCIDER S M BAILEY Moved and carried that the reading of a sketch of ll e ininotes be dispensed 87 1 25 21 25 9 7 18 75 10 25 2 73 3 20 1 56 Last night a receptionwas at the borne ot Mi and McFaddin in honor ofMisses1 Skipand Di Mclfaddin both of Beaumont The attendance was g large and everyone pronounced a success Among those present were Misses Minnie Levi Oelest Wertheiwer Kata Parrel Duncan 3fadgeDuncanMargatetV Carrol Catherine Carrol Dean Ethel Brownsou Waddel May Martin Allie Minnie Hughes Jessie JDVii Florence Clark May Callender and Miss Antonio Messrs TTiank Laekejf Ohas Buhler Frank ton FlcmJnB Preston Austin Fleming Jules Oscai Levy Tom Traylor Ed mer Moso Levy Isidore MeCutciieon Korris Beed j Fred Allnoch Ed Bordeu Tom Duncan Hugh DtmnS SPeti eolas J H Forbes and Mr Hacfc ilberry oi San Antonio ami Honor unn Ilicel tii npointed tlo Mb I Rc 3 thnl llic L N HotcH fiec pro tern V KnMteh Spavin Limuient removeaall Hard Soft or Callnissja 1 J lilemithes liom lioros Hlnod r Curb Kplinltf Stiilf bpniinf all Sinllcn Throftlj Conirhs eti Pcvp 5 by use boilTe Warranted he moi unnderfal Blemish Cure cvei known Henton Brn Hiiigjii Vicloia T Cards are out announcing marriage of Mr Charles A tel and Miss Flora T Goldmanto iiiacent heGerman Catholic Church next Tuesday morning at oc nc DIED J No 230 Miss Hatlio OBriisn lglifcr of 7tfrs Mnmx aged llftccn years The SOTICE SiX1 o iftti Ml MKl eno WlH tM Mat If i era ns 1 be shipped hero on tilt mei i fro 1 afirrpoos 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