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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 4, 1899, Victoria, Texas                                5 I1M J Wt f t A i V f v jKcDOXALDlEDITOR ANI PROPRIETOR FlMT VlCtOmiA VlCTOJUA CoiKTV J SECOKD SOCTIIWSST TuiAB j a VOLUME LH VICTORIA TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 4 1899 v tfffiH S m mM v o AT iiaEEDEN LACKEY We have decided to continue our 25 per csnt discount salefor CASH on everything in our hou e dining this month only and in addition we offerour entire stock of decorated Lamps haugingbanquetstaud lamps etc at exactly what they cost us also everything in Baskets such as clothes market work waste andlaundry as well as all Fancy Baskets etc at ac tual cost and vith every jurchase of a basket or over we will E ASOUVENIR BASKET Jwillalso have a Picture Salefor HftliVsJmomth and will sell everything wehavein this line at cost Theseare nice goodsjand should sell figuers If you need anything in Householdgoods nqw is to buy them We positiye willnot have this saieagain soon this will be your last chancefor rsuch bargains Rememberrour rem1 nanf counter still goes onwhich we have some splendid bargains Jfew Goods More Goods Better Goods up with the Procession Quality style and prices next in line If T TC3 I7 I i L j i LACE Victoria Texas i L E LEIBOLD GraduatePhiladelphia College of Pharmacy if 7O Victoria DE ALEE IN Texas Medicines Ohemic 4 V Schdol Books and Stationery lSf v t r tdeioilctVSdaps Brushes etc J Periumery dnd Fancy Toilet D Great prescriptions J jt f 1 TRAdE SOLICITED J lv Physicians have their office with me Tjji Drmcan Dr Thorhtcn Vpori the proper selection of varieties and wel grojwa tress properly handled We claim to know arid wotild ask a trial shipment We have erowntest orchards from which we propagate Especially Wholesalers I3ind suppiyniaiiy Why not buy your Jslock direct There are otherswho claim to he the onlypropagators in the Coast We invite you to vfsit our grounds andbecome convinced We make no extravagant claims You buy the trees ana theyll dpthe rest We have no Agents GALVESTON NURSERY Mally M ScProp Halon CO B F WILLIAMS Saslr DoorsBiiuds Cisterns Paints Oils aiid cveryl e tbe buiWiug liiie Estimates furnished Gently make your way tethe Hub Talk about nice and visionary but stern realities are realized by an inspec tion of our bright sparkling stock of They are here You can own them for little money Dealers in firstclass Merchandise at prices more more moderate than the moderate PBB6HTEL McKEMA Owners Trade with the young Hustlers They me pushers rushers bustlers and will treat you right Why Delay Trading CLARKS EMPORIUM Whenyou will find their shelves groaning tuider their burdens of tinware pots pans and kettles All kinds of soaps stationery whips cutleiy and a thousand things upon which price aup qual ity is not beaten in Victoria Respectfully Postofflce HI CLARK Headquarters for Bingains U 1 11 1IKAKV V J W IlAKCtAV Hearn Barclay Fractal Wei Drillers CHAPTER 19 False Alarms of Fire An ordinance to prevent false alarms of fire and to prescribe a pen ally Be it ordained by the Oily Council f the City of Victoria Seel It ehall bo iiulawllil lor uy person to ring Ihe fire bell ex cept for the purpose of calling out be and the ire companies in case of lie or when the person ring ng tbe fire bell diall have been in ormed by a credible person and shall jelievc that a lire has actually broken out or for the purpose of calling the companies together for legitimate puf roses and the transaction ot buiness ertaining to the fire department Or i case of riot xjjlt slialrbe ir any person knCvinjiy to give R talse alarm of fire by any means what ever Any person violating any of he provisions of this chapter shall be deemed guilty of a ui fined in any sum not to exceed OIK ittudied dollar Dealers in Iron CistsTns Made to REPAIRING A SPECIALTY MainStreet JText door IT Tntegers CHAPTER 5 Wearing False Clothing An ordinance to prohibit wearing iilse clothing and disguises and to Describe a penalty t Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of 3ec 1 It any person snail be found within the limits of the Oity of Victoria wearing the npparal of the sex to which he or she does not belong with intent to disguiseor wearing on any part ot the person any other de vice calculated and intended to dis guise person shallbn deemed juijty of a misdemeanor and be fined n any sum not to exceed twenty five dollars CHAPTER 6 Indecent Exposure An ordinance1 to prohibit indecuit exposure etc and to presciibea pen ally it ordained by tbe City Council of the City ofVictoiia Sec 1 Ii aiy person or persons shall exhibit or expose tUeiiHelve paked or disguised or in any inde cent or offensive manner to any per son passing ia the streets of the Hiy or to persons living in the neighbor hood or ihall rudely insultingly 01 offensively arcot any female or Minll relieve the calls ot naluif in any place exposed 10 the public fight gaze or upon any public fquarc feiicli person or persons dwmeii guilty of an oflciic and be fmcl in sum not tu exceed one bundled dollar CHAPTEE 9 Fpr protection of trees and saplings in the City An ordinance for Ihe protection of tees and saplings in the City of Victoria and to prescribe a penalty Be it ordainedby the City Council of the lit of Victoria Sec 1 No person shall cutdeface nor ia any way injure any tree or sapling standing or growing in auy of the streets or alleys or along the side walk uor shall any person hitch 01 cause to be hitched any horse mule or other animal to anyauch treo or sap ling standing or growing ai aforesaid or 16 any boxing which may be placed or is now standing around any such tree or sapling without the consent of the owner of the Irees or Eupliiigs nor shall any person not being the owner or agent thereof commit any of the acts aforesaid ipon such treen or saplings that may be standing upon any lot within this city Sec 2 Auy pei B in violating any of the provisions ot this section shall be fined In any not to exceed ten dollars There are many unsitliPt to live stock which uniHe ileljy to the farmer in Ilia wirk In a Inriiu mini lier ot itisimuca the daisy noirld he but trifling il n remedy wan promptly ap plied l J II Snlcami Oil Liniinfnli Tor Imuiy 30113 lieen lignrdcd S ihi1 Utrnpii freiiil Tis imaling iniiieiue on the fiesli of dome re Riiiniila is iroineiliaic pcrtiin ncnt i5c Bflc HIK 1 bottle For sale by Krai IMPS 33UOGIES i i arm abaV i ti t IHB sworn off killing iirjk 1 Ltimbertboardstwith IV mi Ad Sonnueraudf in lite r om atr their night ard so coil times heard iioises about the houe that solmded suspiei OU3and at last heard some onerat tliug tho latch at the back door He went to the dporof his room thV winl blew out the lamp he beldiuJ his baud and hearing the noises stilli oiug on It eeems that Mrs Sommors was in the hall ami male some slight ans wer and then slipped back into room and JlrSommersslipped out to seeu hat Was wrong nw then coining downthe ball and t n the daikusss uui against Mr Soni iiom and stuck him with a small life that he Iml beenworking nflinting awottncl louf incheslong incl an inch and u half deep in the eft arm midway beUveeu the shoulder and elbow and causing n little bloocT to low but nothing Medical lid mis called aqt once and the wOund d arm this moruiug Mr ioiiinfisnasresfiugeasily and stiller ngno pain fiom the wound llavoyimi slmes repairedat The Hub Subfcribms who fail Jicir paper regniaily will coufer a uor by nntilyiii Una oflice FOR SALE Seveinl thrujaail iine biiek mill ovcl ivenh binreli of lime Brick wniJc a specially Enquire of Tom Lyllo mfttin House WANTED On gilledged land Eecniiliiy 8 per cent annual luteicst j 80C 1roposilionssolicil ed Aldiess J 0 OWM Attorney nt Law tjeevillp Texaa The time wasted In envying your prosperous neighbor or in hewiiling yoni bti jiofit ally given to tbe some new For in flii Mietinip iliat yon take from InihlKnsr mill five I complninlnit yon aic n ieml fim while otherwisd there is only a lift to lose nitli ninny to Anto nio Kxprea Tobaco seed at ilea ton Bros Best varie ties The well boring firm of Poweti Powell have struck another fiie vein of artesian water on J N Kcuift ranch and at the remarkably shallow depth of 150 feet This is the second arttaian well that has been uuk in this cotiny and both are credited to the enterprising firm of Powell Powell This last well has a flow of 1200 gallons an hour or 2 VUO gal lons per day FOB SALE Fine in ol Texas flight anrti cd each marked niau cl nil elnliori ami cities Two single SUMP rws one evtrR lipiv the oilier 1 Also ono IcUer Inqiuru nf 13 inci nt late KOI TOR 1 WANT every man xnd woman in tho Unl iiiks interested In tlio anl Whlskt alnu M Imvu one of my fefi on tbeec lii AiMnst II M woollcy Alsnti tin Zy2t mil ouc will be teut rou Iren Have your shoes rcpiiied a The Hub ho j IfJ if K tfb i in I l ied SonimereS v Bros haye for sale best varieties df tobacco seed r Wenotnoln the PortBavacaen thatAIre H C Tiayjor liaVagainte sumcd chcrgonf the Hotel uNew shoes constantly arrivingat A S Levys t A firte dictionary like the one offer ed by Clark is ijotto bebad every day lor nolhiiir Kendhis ad Havana VUelta Aba joseed at Heatoas The HiUj people in great jliaulities of now goods week im the spring season Eead their ad in this issue 5 ol IT Jl o IluKtUm Htrtutitli and FITect iiiiniiuf foil When ydu lienr a fellow complain ing of the local paper and i casting tbe pubiVior you can just put it in your pipe that the paper icferred to has been stepping on his pet Yoaktim Times luarn from Eugene Byrne who was in town this morning that there was a very enjoyable dance at tbe Thames home unjtbc Jobu Hunt place last night and parties present fiom Victoria and Spring creek settlement A wugou with two gray horses at tached took a rui over own this af ternoon and finally croised the river and ed the wagon up pretty badly We could uot learn the name of the owner Ihe cause of tbe i tin sway Wo learn that there are a number of boys saving up Clarks dictionary ad nid that thi contest H beginiug to get interesting It dont require much effort to clip those ads out of your copy and tave tlen for yoUi Iriends Ben IMKonna brothet oi A Me Kemia of the The Hub1 has decided to make VicUn in hu home and has already entered into business He is engaged in purchasing chickens and eggs for wliioh he plys cash exclu sively and do acommission in tliur In Mr McKeu na i1 joid twi wo xvish him Have m at Thf   

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