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To Arrlvo Evory Morning'.
Fresh salt water fish.
Red Fish, Trout, Floundors, dressed
Catfish, cto. Also
Throo shipments a wook of Oysters.
Thoy are Rookaway Oystors, tho
best on tho market, Try thorn,
Ah ) three phipmonts a week of Loh-
inann's Berwick Bay Oystors, well
known to the trade.
Also reooivo 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,
R. T- DENNIS & BUO.
mEIIAIi MREGTORSEilBALllIERS
."IS .instill Avonuo.
WACO, : : : texas,
Hartley & Burleson,
ISoolt, Jolt iiml C'ommorcinl
PIX:BPlMBaRS9
206 South TWril CIrtft, Star .Mitchell How,
A Trlnl Onler Solicit! it.
Ei oknc Wiluams. I War. W. Evans.
j 1
Williams & Evans
Atty's $ Counsellors at Law,
l'llOVlDEXT II VIT.HIXQ,
WACO, - - - TEXAS.
What!!
Have you not heard about it??
Well, I am selling,
20 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00
Perfection corn (best in tho world)
ior 12 v-l cents per can.
3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10
cents per can.
Arbuoklo's coffee 22 1-2 ots. ber peot.
Irish Potatoos 25 oents per buokct.
Best patent flour $1.40 per saok.
Toe S. Thompson.
Tho Grooer
No ono sells tho Celebrated
MoAlister coal but Laoy.
mm
Joe Lobman's for ioo orcam and
confeotionorios 117 South Fourth
street.
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joe
Lehman's.
To Subscribers.
Parties who fall to get their paper
promptly will confer a favor on The
News by notifying us by mall or tel
ephone, and the matter will be rem
edied Immediately.
Real Estate
Those hunting bargains in dirt will
mako moneyby calling on mo,as IJhavo
good city, farm and ranch property.
I havo one ranch of 1000 aoros divided
into four pastures, 50 aorcs in cultiva
tion, at $9 por acre. I havo good placo
in thooity, worth $5000, to trado for
good farm.
I want to buy small plaoe within 8
miles of Waoo, 10, 15 or 25 aores,
eandy land.
P. B. (FENNY) WILLIAMS,
Real Estate and Notary Public.
33 1-2 Austin Street, Waco, Tex.
JJWfer&.
BQ.QTS.p,
Ll - SHriF5
ai curmc r
,vi vjnuuj'
WAC0.JEXA5'
Itf THEIR NEW HOME.
Curtis and Orand Building. Somo
Facts Concerning the new Struc
ture, one of the Finest and JMost
Commodious Buildings In tho
City. Arranged to be a Groat
Promenade of Art and the Stock
When Completed to Compote
With any Trade In Texas.
Tho great firo on Austin and Fifth
street last summer which destroyed
two immonso stores and the largest
stock of house furnishing goods and
ono of the largest dry goods in the city
was a great calamity and ono which
will bo long remembered as the great
est fire Waco had ever suffered. Tho
losses wero very heavy and in that re
spect it was a calamity. Eventually
Austin street has bson tho gainer for
where then stood two large but unpre
tentious two ttory buildings now will
stand two three story structures whioh
are grand ornaments to tho struct and
tho city. Tho Curtis building though
yet unfinished Bhows what a noble
bui'ding it is going to be. It is built
after tho most approved modern de
signs combining great solidity with
big show. Tho front of iron zinc a jd
imitation stone with immense plate
glass opening on tho first floor will bo
second to none in tho state and ex
teriority and interiorily tho finish
throughout is in the perfection of
niassiveness and elegance of artistio
finish. Tho building has a frontage
of fifty feet and a depth of one hun
dred and sixty-five feet, and tho three
stories will bo lined for the stook of
goods that will bo carried. This will
mako a surfaoo of twenty-four thou
sand, seven hundred and fifty square
feet devoted to, stoves, grates, mantles,
crookery, tin and granite ware, house
furnishing goods, lamps, brio a bao,
art work and tho ten thousand artioles
whioh go to make up a stook of houso
furnishing goods, as the aisles will be
more than mado up for by tho shelv
ing. Tho interior arrangoment is of new
and latest styles, and something never
seen before All the interior work is
of hard pine finish and on a scale
most elaborate and beautiful. The
arrangemont is suoh as to display the
entire stook, and the aisles will make
a promenade for ladies and gentlemen,
whioh, taken together, will make a
walk of fifteen hundrod feet or
over a quarter of a milo.
It is admirably lighted
whioh is another feature as pleasing as
modern. Whon building and stock
are corapleto it will becomo ono of
tno iavoruo rosoris ior lames, not oniy
for tho purohaso of goods, but also to
exhibit tho grandness of Waco to vis
iting friends. The front of tho lower
floor is all plate glass. Tho rear is
most copiously lighted and from sky
lights in tho center running through
light up all three stories so that it will
bo tho best lighted building in tho
oity.
In a new building tho stook will be
entirely new, and when oomplotod
will diBtanco anything in a similar
lino in uontrai Texas. 11 win em
brace everything required to the furn
ishing tho most olegant mansion as
well as tho humblest home. It is al
ready very large and fine, and com
pleted it will be immonso. Curtis &
Orand are doing a fine business now
in spite of tho confusion of tho finish
ing work going on and tho wear aud
tear of removal. In this fine now
storo and tho magnificent business
being oponed up anew every citizen is
interested and will rejoice in tho spec
taclo of Curtis & Orand arising now
and grander from tho ashes of the
disasterouB tno 01 last summer.
WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 30 1892.
BODTvgHD"
WACDJEXA5-
ALEXANDRE,
COLDWATER AND
Yes, ono hundred and nineteen
Waco people hold deeds to lots in
Coldwator the county seat ol Sherman
county. When I lived in tho Pan
handle a few thousand dollars would
havo paid for overy houso from Wich
ita Falls to Hartley a distance of 250
miles, now millions would not do it.
I met a man a few days ago on my
way from Coldw&ter that was so deep
ly in mourning because he had not
bought property in a county seat in
tho Panhandle when it was cheap
that he would only eat mutton that
como from black snoop. Less than
five years ago nothing but a village
called Wiohita Falls, no railroad now
built through tho Panhandlo soven
hundred miles ending at Dcnvor,
nothing but grass and cattlo roaving
whoro wo find Iowa Park, Harrold
Vernon, Chillicotho, Quanah, Chil
dress. Clarendon, Amarillo, Hartley,
with small towns that now contain in
any ono of thorn moro houses than
was built in that entire country when
I lived there. Tho Panhandlo of
Texas is still in its infancy, ovory lot
in the county soats havo increased in
value more, for amount invested than
any other property in Texas. In
Coldwatcr tho county scat of Sher
man county you oan buy lots now so
cheap that you oannot fail to make
monoy if you invest at presont prices.
Tho Chioago and Book Island R. It.
has ono branch less than seventy
miles from Coldwator northeast,
its destination is south from that
branch to go through Hartley and
tho capital syndicato lands. Remem
ber now that I am selling yon this
property as county seat proporty bo
cause it is tho county seat situatod
in tho middle of the oounty
If Coldwater was a railroad town you
could not buy lots within one blook of
tho court houBO squaro for $10, or a
lot for $15 within 100 foot of $0,000
worth of county improvomonts. You
can do it now. If you can sparo tho
monoy buy at onco at my presont
prices. We are having 00,000 circu
lars printed to carry the news that
Shorman county has millions of acroB
of noli land for sale at $2 an acre, half
of it on forty years time Tho first
payment amounts to fivo cents an
aero, the balance in thirty-nine years.
Aro you surprised tbatjtho people aro
Hooking to tho Panhandlo? County
seat lots at my present prices aro cer
tainly a first-olass investment, promis
ing a muoh larger and quioker return
for amount invested than anything
now offering in the state. Buy now
while you oan at 5, $10, $15, $20,
$25, $30, $10, $50 a lot. If that is
not cheap, what iB?
Piiilii' L. Alexandre
or II. A. Arnold & Co.,
Real Pstato Agents, Hotel Royal.
Why pay $10 for a suit when you
can buy ono just hko it for $0 at
Jones Goodloo's.
Wood.
Cord wood and stove wood always
on hand at
GurleyWood Yard,
Telephono connection.
bowaro 6r Imitations
Of MoAlister coal. No ono han
dles the Genuine article but Laoy.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Farewell, old year,
We 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
ItiirrLlsliiiig: Yotar House.
Wc have a large and well selected stock of
Fesftlonsfele FurnftaPB end EBrpeis.
?' 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
The wedding ring sparkling on the
finger of this beautiful young bride
was bought at the favorite jewelry
house of
L.
Ladies' J'clt Slippers at Sleeper,
Clifton & Co's.
Nico fresh London layor raisins
12 1 2o per pound at J. A. Early's.
When you want nico fresh meat
mutton beef, pork and purorlard go to
Mellor & Delaney
125 South Third street.
Call on J. A. Early and get his out
prioes for Saturday.
Try a pound of J. A. Early's Java
Bleud coffco 25o per pound.
For low prioes on Hcinzo's fino
minoo meat and preserves oall on J.
A. Early.
o
Don't go ragged when you can buy
goods at cost at Jones & Goodloe's.
Landroth's fresh garden seeds and
onion Bets at J. A. Early's.
If ovor you bought a thing ohoap in
your lifo you can do it now at Jouos
& Goodloo's.
Tho Morning's Fire.
Tho fire department answered
promptly to an alarm of firo this morn
ing at about 'A o'clock, whioh was Io
catod in a ono-Btory dwolling on Marl
boro Avenue, between Fifth and
Sixth streets. Thoy bearly escaped
with their lives, ono of whom was fce
verely, if not seriously burned. Tho
building is a total loss, with no insu
rance. Although tho man from Arkansas
is going to doublo and double his
stook and havo tho finest plato glass
show window in Texas ho is not proud
lie is still chcorfully selling' any suit
on his 'counters for $15.50, Thcro is
nothing stuok up about J. Hansol
Wood, neither in manner or prioes.
MAIS
20 Rookport lota sold in ono day this
week. Who will be the next to but
in Waco addition to Rookport? No
hotter investment can bo made,
J. E. Anderson.
Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Full
sett of upper or lowor teeth, $12.50.
A. D. Adams & Bros..
Hard to Boat
Poaoh and Applo Cidor Try mo
I am good.
Telia JLof.
Garden spot of the groat Panhandle.
Rich loamy soil. Groat wheat oountry.
Tulia Lots
tt
Tulia is tho county soat of Swisher
county. Ono of tho finest counties
in tho great Panhandlo. Court houso,
churohus, sohools, &o., o.
Tulia Lots.
Swisher county is developing rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhan
dlo daily and the man with tho plow
is daily going to Swisher oounty.
Tulia Lots
9
A pretty town in tho prettiost oountry
in tho world. Land level as a floor
and producing immonso crops of all
cereals, vogotablcs and fruits.
Tulia Lots.
Evorlasting freestone puro wator in
illimitable quantities at twenty-fivo to
thirty foot.
Tulia Lots.
Are in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continuo to advance in a way
to mabo tho head swim. Buy now.
Don't dolay a day. Lots ohoap as
dirt at prices now asked.
For maps, plats and othor particu
lars apply to
H. Goulds
Ill Franklin stroot.
FOR Til E CURE OF
LIQUOR Jg MORPHINE HAHI'lb.
i;all on or address
THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF
Indian Territory.
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T,

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