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To Arrlvo Evory Morning.
Fresh Fait water fish. Red Fish, Trout, Flounders, dressed Catfish, oto. Also Three shipments a week of Oysturs. They arc llookaway Oysters, the best on the market, Try them, Ah ) three ehipmcotH a week of Lch- mann's Berwick Bay Oysters, well known to the trado. .Also receivo consignments of all kinds of game. At 717 Austin Avonuo. O. J- MILLER. Cheap Medium and Fine Paper Hangings and Decor ations, Window Glass, Var nishes etc. Sole agent for J. W. John's celebrated Asbestus Paints. Full line of Colors, Brushes and every thing kept in a first-class Wall Paper and Paint Store. C- F. SMITH. 404 Austin Street, Tho Chance of a Lifetime. Thero never was as fine an opportu .Tiity fur speculation or a chance for persons of small means to secure a homo as is offered in the Kirkpatiick addition to Waco. It embraces about sixteen hundred lots, each one of whioh will in ten years bo worth ten times tho prico for which they can now bo bought. Theso lots lie high and dry and on an elevation overlook ing a largo part ot the city. Thov are close to tho business port'on of tho city, rauoh nearer than Dickey's hill, where lots aro worth one thous and dollars and much nearer than many other additions where lots aro selling for threo times tho amount asked for lots in this addition. Near neBS to tho center of tho oity is tho key to succesiful speculation. Tho noil is a fertile loam, tho finest in Waoo for gardens and frait. Tho whole tract is underlaid with the purest of water at a depth of from fifteen to sixteen icct and is found in tho gravel and in inoxbauatiblo quan tities, making irrigation by wells perfectly feasible. Tho whole traot is oovered with a Joung growth of forest trees, tho most eauutul ones of which can be saved, thus giving at onoo for a homo a beau tiful shade which on bnrolots can only bo obtained by great expense and years of waiting. In all respects the Kirkpatiok addition offers tho best op portunity for persons of small means to acquire beautiful rosidenco proptr ty tbat has ocourrcd in the last bve years. It is a ohanoo that will never occur again and it may not last long. The prices at whioh theso lots are be ing sold aud the easy terms is attract ing prudont people and it has always been tho case that proporty rapidly advances when a few people begin to make homes. Now i a golden oppor tunity for clerks, mechanics and la boring people, and it is ono they will never seo again in tho history of Waoo. It is absolutely the last chance. Property tho Bamo distance up the fiver is selling at threo times the prico for whioh theso lots are offered and yot aro not nenrly as desirable . WhatI! Have you not heard about it?? WpII, I am BELMNQ, 20 pounds granulated sugar for $1 00 Perfeotion corn (best in tho world) for 12 1 2 cents per oan. 3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10 sents per can. Arbuoklo's coffco 22 1-2 cts. ber peot. Irish Potatoes 25 cents per bucket. Best patent flour 1.40 per sack. Toe S. Thompson. Tho Grocer Waoo Improvement Company. At a meoting of tho stockholders of the Waco Improvement company yes terday the following offioers were elected: W V Fort, president; T P Sparks, vice-president; J H Mackey, eeoretary and business manager. Directors W V Fort, T P Sparks, A J Caruthers, A 0 Sneed, L 0 Alexan der, F W Fort and P A Gorman. First National bankiB tho depository, i'his is tho samo dirootory and tho same offioers that served last year. Are You Satisfied ? With a Good Wearing and Good Fitting Shoe. E ARE STILL ON TOP. With the Largest Line of BOOT! 9 IN THE STATE. ew, Fresh and Faultless. Call and Examine OurMaminoth Stock. SLEEPER, CLIFTON & CO. SOCIETY- BHEAKESPEHEAN EVENING. On Friday ovening Miss Rotan en tertained a number of friends with some scenes from the "Merohant of Venice." Tho handsome libary with its elegant furnishings tnado a most perfect littlo Stage, whilo tho large parlor was occupied by tho audienoo Miss De Zuuohe and Mr. 'Forsythe assumed tho leading rolos. The ill ness of Mr. Tolson prevented his ap pearing as "Bassiano" whioh part wib most beautifully read by Miss llotan MifS Goodrich and Messrs. Pope, Mo Culloch, Thorpo, Sanger and Dunni oa taking tho various other charaotors. Tho approbation of tho audionco was manifested by tho frequent hearty applause. Between tho scenes tho Renick Bros gave somo chancing teleotions, upon the conclusion of whioh thr guests were invited out to the large banquot hall whero upon tele a tele tables was served a most elegant re past. Tho remainder of tho evening was spent in dancing and conversa tion and it was not until quile a la'e hour that tho guests began to take their departure after enjoying one of the most pleasant and certainly the most unique ovening of tho season. Those present wero Misses Hern don and Saffarans of Tennes ecc, Miss Tato of Houston, and Misses Taylor, Maggio Jnnes, McLondon, West, Katie Ilisher, Olive Susio and Mattio Jones, Olivo, Do Zouoho, Goodrich, Messrs R B and RHBanton, F Grady, J T Divis, Tom Dockery. C C Emery, Sam Popo, W O Watson, Howard, Mann, Al Dun noia B A Ki lo lgh, J R Dowbb, B S Castles, Will MeCJall, L L Sanger, G S Thorpe, MoUullooh, Forsytke, and Ex-Governor Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Chatham, Mrs, Gallagher, and Mrs. W O Wilkes. DRIVE WHIST. Mr. and Mr. W. W. beley enter tained tho Ladies Whist Club, and their gentlemen friends, at a drive whist party on last Tuesday ovening The cordial greeting of tho host and hostess, together with tho glows ol tho bright, warm fires, put every one iu a merry humor, and all entered hcaitily into tho spirit of tho gamo. TheprizeB, whioh wero very hand some, were captured by Miss Kyle Paoo and Mrs. S W Slaydon, a silver oard tray and a large bracelet of oxi dized silver. Mr. W T Fort won tho gentlemen's first prize, a siver soap box, and Mr. T A Crawford, a silvor knife. Tho evening was completed with delighttul refreshments of salads, ices, etc., served tete a tete, and an other ovening replete with pleasure, was marked in tho k annals o.t time. A MATINEE PARTT. The event in tho juvenilo worl nraa tlm "flir-ntm nartv" friven On Wednesday afternoon by Masters Holt Massoy ana Aiexanaer nowianu in oelebration of the anniversary ot the fifth birthday of oaoh. About 16 little folks assembled at two o'clock in tho parlors of tho Paoifio hotol, and under tho obaparonago of Mrs. Row land, Mrs. Massey and Mrs. Howard, proceeded to tho opera houso, there to enjoy tho matinee by Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb and party. Tho boxes wero ocoupied, and ono only had to look at tho happy littlo faces and bright eyes to seo how much it waB enjoyed. After tho performance the party, together with Mrs. Tom Thumb and her party, repaired to the hotel whero an elegant repast was sorved. At a late hour in the afternoon tho do lighted gues s left, each bearing as a eouvonir a photograph and a card pro- WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 16 1892. SHOES i sontod by Mrs. Tom Thumb hcrsolf. SOCIETY ITEMBj On Monday afternoon Miss Oaro lino Davi entertained her litterary class at a "quotation beo" that proved quite a novelty in Waoo sooiety, and equally delightful as novel. A num ber ot quotations from Othello, tho play just finished by tho claes, wero written upon dainty littlo cards and drawn by tho ladies to bo given as "a toast" when oalled lor by Miss Davis. Glasses of deli cious sherry-cobler were passed, and, as each toatt was given and repealed by all present, the ladies tipped thoir glasses aud drank. Refreshments were thon served by tho young ladies ol tho class, Misses Willio Dyer, Bes sie Killingawortli, Almeda McGregor aud Hennio Hatdin, and the after noon was voted ono of tho most pleas ant of the seabon. A very pleasant german at tho Philo hall was tho feature ot Wednes day evening. About twonty-live couples wero present. Mr. E. E. Shumate led tho german. Tho music was furnished by tho Renick Orohes tra aud was voted tho best heard at the Pnilo this season. Current Topics, tho bright littlo sooiety paper, established by Mr. Frank Cravuns, improves with each issue, and would do credit to a city of much groater metropolitan pretensions than Waco. All our readers aro pro bably well acquainted with its editor ial staff and wo will not mention thon ivcr again but will content ourselves with saying that the staff is well chosen, and each department in excel lent hands. Tho societv oolumns, under the supervision of Miss De Ziucho. aro particularly well written. Loog lifo and prosperity to Current Topics. Mii-a Kylo Paoo entertained the Ladies Whist Club on Thursday after noon. The last gamo of the tourna ment was played, irs. Geo Clark and Mrs. S W Itlayden winning the prizes. Mrs. John Sieeper will entertain the olub on Thursday afternoon next. Too Woman's Club held a very Dleasant meoting at tho residence of Mrs. H. H. Shear, on last Wodnesday afternoon. The club is now engaged in the study of Dickens' works, and several very interesting papers wore read by members. This olub, though in its infancy, promises to beoome quite a factor in the Waoo litorary world. Oa Tuesday, January 12, in nous ton, Mr. L. S. Palfrey, formerly of Waoo, and Miss Roberta Campboll of Houston, wero united in marriage. Mr and Mrs. Palfroy left for St. Louis and Chicago, to bo absent somo weeks. Mr. Palfroy has miny warm frieads in Waoo, who wish him muoh happi ness in hid Hurried life. Invitations havo been issued to tho marriago of Mr. Abner Prewett of this city, to Miss Kittio (Jlover Burlo son, of Uartsvillo, Ga., on Wodnesday, January 20th. BOLOMON-LYONS. On Tuesday evening last, was con sumatod. an event for which Jewish sooiety has been on the qui vive for somo timo past, the raarraiago of Mr. Leopold Lyoos and Miss Nettie Solomon, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J A Solomon. Notwithstanding tho sovero blizzard that was raging the Temple Rodef Sbolem was filled to overflowing loDg before tho timo appointed for tho ceremony, Promptly at 7 o'olcok tho organ, nro sidod over by Miss Emma Beor, poaled forth tho wedding m-rch and the bridal party entered tho ohuroh. Tho ushers, Mossrs Fred Tutour, Jako Beticdiot, Abo Reiohenbaob, Sig Dosenberg and Sam Friend, preoeding the at'ondants, who were as follows: Mifli Gussie Schwartz, of Heampstead, HAPPY NEW YEARI Farewell, old year, Wc turn from you And greeting give To '92, And reader, dear, We wish for thee, Through all its days, Prosperity. IT'S A GOOD THING Early in the year to talk about We have a large and well selected stock of FesSiiansblB FupnKupe snel Eppeis. Latest in style, material and finish. We keep everything and can furnish your house from garret to cellar. Come in and take a look. R. T. DENNIS &BRO. - 518 AUSTIN ST and Mr. Sam Lyons; Miss Lillio Mo Iasky, of Austin, and Mr. Joe Joseph; Miss Carrie Jaoobs and Mr Geo. Sol omon; Miss Hirshfield, of Austin, and Mr. Bon Solomon and Miss Gertio Solomon and Mr. W. C. Lyons. Miss Sohwartz woro a handsome oostuuio of roso pink silk; Miss Molnsky, ran ary colored crepe lie chine', Miss Jaoobs, pale pink silk with pearl trimming; Miss Hirshfield, whito bro caded silk lavishly trimmed with pearls; MisHGartie Solomon, a stylish costume of crimson crepede chine and chiffon. Following the attendants oamo Mr. and Mrs. Solomon, father and mother of tho bride. Mrs. Solo mon wore a handsome nbo of blaok satin da lyonnc with a cut jet front. Mr. and Mrs. Lyons, tho groom's paron s, oamo next, Mrs. Lyons be ing attired in a steel groy silk with point lace. Lastly oamo tho bride and groom. Tho brido looked regal in her br'dal robo of heavy white corded silk, tho front being entirely of Duchess laco and opals. From the high coiffuro depended the misty folds of tho veil that extended to the edgo of the long oourt train. In hor hand sho carried a Duchess laco fan and an exquisite bouquet of hllios-of-tho-val-loy and ferns. Tho brido and groom halted beneath a floral oanopy, upheld by four littlo pages, and soon tho Words of tho boautiful Jewish serviuo wero pronounoed by Dr. Mayor, the officiating rabbi, and Miss Solomon became Mrs. L. Lyons. Entering carriages, the party wore driven to the Y. M. H. A. hall, on Franklin street, whore, in a few moments tho guosta began to arrive, and to offer congratulations to tho young oouplo. Becker's orchestra was in attoadanco and furnished music for tho dancers until supper was announ ced when the guests wore ushered into tho adjoining hall whore a scene, that beggari desoriptidn, mot their eyoa. Tho table was in tho f jrm of an open square and oovers woro laid lor oho hundred and seventy. fivo. Hugh Shannon and twenty trainod waitois served the guests with all tho delica cies of tho seaion and amid tho pop ping of corka innumerable toasts wero made ana innumeraDio congratula tory telegrams read. Mr. and Mrs. Lyons Iclton tho 2:30 train for Chicago, and other oitios, re turning to Waco in about two wreks, when a largo reception will bo tender ed them, after which they will leave for Cameron whero they will rcsido. Tho array of presenta was tho handsomest over seon in Waoo 00m ing from all over tho United States Prominent among them was a polish ed wood oafo, containing seventy-five pieces of ?olid silver, together with a cheok for five thousand dollars, a gift from the bride's grandmother in JNew York. PERSONALS. Mrs. J. E. Mayo returned on Tuca- . L mils day, from a visit to her parents Dr. and Mrs. Bailoy in Weston, MisBouri. Miss Waio loft on last Saturday for her home in fronton, Kentucky, after a pleasant visit of somo weeks to tho Misses Higginson on Austin avenue. Miss Buekner left on Monday for Austin, whero sho will visit lor somo time before returning to Kentucky. Mr. W. n. Camoron is oonvalesont from a recont sovero attack of grippo. Wo i egret to hear that Miss Paulino Wynne is still very ill at tho resi dence of Mr. MoLendon. Dr. Adams of Fort Worth, wbb in tho city yesterday. Mrs. Tobin of Austin, president of the Board of Lndy managors of tho Toxus World's Fair Association will arrivo in Waco Tuesday afternoon, and will be a guest of Mrs. Walkor during her Btay. $50.00 Reward. Lost on Washington or Columbus streets and between Ninth and Thir teenth Ptrrots a diamond car-ring, 150 00 reward will bo pBid for its roturn. " 1. M. Pkaulstonk. 1, m 1 Notlco. Argentic maro, good for saddle, single or doublo harness, oan bo had for her feed, or can be bought aheap. A child can muuage her. Jons N. Lylk, IO9 South Fourth Street. Somo say cost mid mean cost to tho customer, but when Joties & Goodloo say cost it means cost to them. To shorten stock picvious to removal they offer (seo their advertisement) a big lino of goods at actual cost. A word to tho wise is sufficient. It is a ohanco to get bargaius in gonts furn ishing gooJs such as seldom icours. 1 1 11 1 1 Day boarders oan get tho best ao ooiuniodationH at tho Woman's Ex, chr.ng", 113 North Fourth rtrect. S? U W i. 1 -1 r rl ,H v, i'f H 1 U