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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 4 1892.
fisnaasnoa To Arrlvo Every Mornlnjj. Fresh ealt water fish. lied Fish, Tiout, Flouodcrs, dressed Catfish, etc. Also Threo shipments o wook of Oysters. They f Hookaway Oysters, the beet on the market, Try them, AU j throe fhipmonts a wook of Lch mann'fl Herwiok Bay Oysters, well known to the trade, Also receive oonsignmonts of nil kinds of game, At 717 Austin Avonuo. O. J- MILLER. Cheap Medium and Fine Paper Hangings and Decor ations, Window Glass, Var nislies 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, E. T- DENNIS & BBC KL'SEHAL 1)IUEW"0RSEH1IAL)IEUS 'IK . UK till A veil 11 o. waco, : : : tuxan, Hartley & Burleson, Itonlt, Jolt ami Commercial IP R I KC ODE R , JUliSootliTHrdStrfft, SfarMHrliell Itouvr. A Trial OnlerSoltcllnl. EronNc Williams. I V.m. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors at Law, I'JtO VI1E$T 11 UITjIHSO, WACO, - - - TEXAS. Commercial House. Cor. Eighth cf Clay Sis. Only two blocl.s notitli ofdlo. J'licllr Jl. It. Depot. FIEST CLASS. fl Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. What!! Have you not heard about it?? Well, I am seizing, 20 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00 Perfection oorn (best in tho world) for 12 1.2 cents per can. 3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10 cents per can. Arbuoklo's coffeo 22 1.2 ots. ber peot. Irish Potatoos 25 oonts per buokot. Bestpatont flour $1.40 per saok. Toe S. Thompson. Tho Grocer Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joe Lehman's. Real Estate SJThose hunting bargains in dirt will make rnoneyby calling on mo,ns IJhave good city, farm and ranch proporty. I have one ranch of 1000 aores divided into four pastures, 50 aores in cultiva tion, at $9 per aore. I have good place in thecity, worth $5000, to trade for good farm. I want to buy small place within 8 milcB of Waco, 10, 15 or 25 aores, sandy land. F. B. (FENNY) WILLIAMS, Seal Estate and Notary Public 303 1-2 Austin Street, Waco, Tex, BOOTS SHOES w r g-UMSShSl WACD TEXA5' MR. JOE ELLISON TALKS Encouragingly About Real Estate, Finances The Future Out look for Waco. A News reporter, approached Mr. Joe Ellison, ono of Waco's forcsightcd and wideawake real estate dealers, this morning, and made inquiry about tho present condition of tho market nd tho outlook for tho futuro pros polity of the city, and this is what lie baid : Since the first of January tho real estate sales have constantly mureascd in number, and prices obtain ed show a dioided upward tendonoy. might say, indeed, that throughout the past summer, oven while money matters were tight, the condition of tho real estate market has not been half so dull us pictured by some of the growlers anu winners. I am sor ry to say, sir, that Waco has a fow of thce growlers who think there should be rv boom, and unless they are doing u rushing business every day in tho year beeouio discouraged and begin to shako their hoads and complain of haid times. 1 havo no patience with such follows they are a detriment to any community, aucjby their whining cause muoh of the depression of whioh they oumplaiu. Tho outlook today is very bright and my prediction is that we are now ou tho verge of unprecedented pros perity. Don't understand me to say wo are going to havo a boom, tor wo don't want aDy, but we do want a steady, healthy growth and wo aro having it. Boomers havo sung the funeral song for Fort Worth, Dallas and San Antonio, and while they have not quite buried them, it will take thoso cities a long time to re cover. You would bo surprised if I wore to toll you that there is no vaoant residont property for rout in Waco, and that every foot of farm land in MoLcnnan county is tenantod, but such, nevertheless, is the faot. I am having more cash offers for Waoo dirt now than over before, and every dollar thus invested is well spent. It gives me pleasure to be able to con soiontiouslv vouch for tho investments of my customers. I am proud of Waco and havo strong faith in her futuro prosperity. "What is your idea of the finanoial outlook? Monov is not near so scarce here as it was a month ago and is daily becoming more plentiful. Only yesterday a largo sum was reoeived from the east, by a cer tain firm, to be invested, at ten per cent, in vendor's lion notes, with moro to follow. 1 think tho unrnoial out look very bright. I toll you, thore is no necessity for the crumbling inaulg ed in by some people, and you won't hear much moro 01 it. A snort time will roveal a tail yet untold, and Waco will tako her place at the luiu of the list of Toxas cities and outstrip them all in population, health, weak hand, in faot, everything that goes to make up a great oity. I firmly beliovo sho will bo the Uhioago of tho southwest, The natural resources hero aro bet ter than those of any oity in Texas and tho heretofore) Utent oneigy of her oitizens is now thoroughly aroua cd. Tho possibilities of tho near fu turo aro simply inestimable 1 could go on and enumerate ad infinitum the reasons for the faith I havo in tho futuro prosperity of Waoo, but thiB would take up too muoh ot my timo Just say for me through The News for the benefit of the growlers, that with her natural resources, capital and cnterprning oitizonship, taken in connection with the momentum al- r 5HDE5-SJ.- SHOES' BOOTS . m , iT-- w-i 1 -ccss, - 1 gr - &&SS'zMi! WACO TEXA5- roady gained, tho progress of Waco will go on and qn at r.ccolerat'd speed in spite of them. T1I12 NPAVS IN ItntT-T. President Harrison ami Secretarj Blaine ore said to bo almost open ene mies. A movement is on foot for a perma nent Mexican oxpoition at New York. While ploughing at Wichita the re mains of a young woman were fount? jammed mto a box. Tho trial of Carlylo Han is in Now Yoik for iwisoning his girl-wife, Helen Potts, is Hearing a close. Waco Hampton, n Cherokeo boy with a desperate record, was killed by United States officers. A tilt between Spain and Franco on the commercial treaties has started an other war sc.ue. Colonel Hernandez, sentenced to be shot at Monterey, was killed by his guards while trying to escape. Prince Sturbido has postponed his marriage to Senator Sanford's daughter 011 account of bis mother's death. Independent flint glass companies met in Wheeling, W. Vu., and formed 1111 organization in opposition to tho glass trust. The first conviction for perjury in a land claim case was made at Guthrio from a batch of 400 indictments. The defendant is James It. Dunn. A low saloon in Cincinnati, where a murder was committed a few days ago, has been ptotty well cleaned out by a mob which has bombarded it twice. The pi nprieter and the editor of tho Beaver (Pa.,) Star were sentenced to six months' imprisonment and a fine of $000 each for charging Senator Quay with complicity in tho Bardsley embezzle ment. Krbcui'fl by Women. Atlanta, Feb. 4. Ono of tho most daring rescues of a prisonor from United States marshals that over oc curred in this state took place today. A mother and deaf nnd dumb sistor saved their son and brother from tho law. Deputy Marshals Burrell and Reynolds had raided two moonshiners' stills and captured seven prisoners. After secur ing the prisoners and destroying tho stills, which were sixty-five-gallon cop pers, tho deputies started from tho placo of capture to Gainesville. Deputy Bur rell followed borne distance behind Deputy Reynolds, with three of the prisoners. Among the three undercharge of Dep uty Bunell was 11 boy of only 18. Sud denly two women sprang from tho bushes. Tho elder woman flung her arms around the deputy, dopriving him of tho uo of his arms, and the young man, John Lovell, made good his escape. The doputy Soon shook tho old lady from him and raised his gun to fire at the ie treating moonshiner, when the deaf and and dumb girl sprang between him and tho fleeing form of her brother. The boy darted in the bushes and was lost to sight. Tho women were allowed to de pal t, and thu deputies contained to Gainesville, wliero five of the prisoners weie bound over. I'atunU. Washinoton, Feb. 1. The following aro the patents issued for Texas during the last week: William, L. Block, Fori McKavett, anti-friction sucking rod coupling; John A. Boyd, Houston, frame building; James G. Goldthwaito, Gal veston, apparatus for baling cotton Robeit S. Hays, Georgetown, plow James T. McGeo and It. W. Can Bryan, ivoison distributor; James C Walker, Waco, waterwheel. Intc'!-tnt!'ConiincriV Hj' Amendment" Wasiiinotom, Feb. 4. The sonatt committee on interstate commerce heard arguments upon tho amendments pro posed to be mado in the interstate conv merce law at the suggestion of tho com mission. A number of representatives of railroads wore present. 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 Xtxrxiiislalr&g: Yotiur House. We have a large and well selected stock of FisSiionstilB FuwiituFe and girpe(s. 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. &Pi t- 4. iViiii"'' The wedding ring sparkling on the finger of this beautiful young bride was bought at the favorite jewelry house of L To Suscrlbers. Mr. S. J. Quay has bought the city circulation of The News and takes ohargo of it today. Ho will reorgan ize his foroc of oarriers and in other ways ove tho delivery. All sub scriptions aro payable to him or at tho business office of Thk News. We hopo the patrons of tho paper will sottlo promptly with him when he calls on them as their failure to do so will force him to out them from the list, becanso ho can not afford to pay for tho paper unless tho subscrib ers pay him. Mr. Qaay is woll-known to tho business people .-of Waco and ncods no ntroduotion. The Pool Open Aga.n. Tho repairs at the Natatorium are completed. Somo big improvements have been mudo; the pool is full once moro of clear, sparkling hot water. The tub, needlo and vapor baths aro jomploto and as perfect as any in thu country. Tho public is invited. Tom Padgitt, prop, There are just a few days under twenty-nine when a stingy person can buy fine shoes and boots at Iobs than half price. The stock of the old St. Louis shoo store (and it was tho best stock over brought to Waco,) was bought out lately for less than 110 cents on the dollar and is boing clos ed out at less than fifty cents on tho dollar. Tho leaso expires on the last of the month and tho stook will bo sold absolutely. There nover was another ohanoe liko it in Waco to buy first class shoos at third class ptioes. For tho next thirty dayH, soo our prioos. They will astonish you, , i Paiucer Bros. ti-fj) fvL imtm:iMmi w m: Ti 'i t-- mm 518 AUSTIN ST 20 llockport lots sold in ono day this week. Who will be the next to but in Waoo addition to Rookport? No better 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 Beat Peaoh and Apple Cider Try mo I. am good. Tulia JLf. Garden spot of the groat Panhandle ltich loamy soil. Great wheat country. Tulia .'Lots Tulia is the county scat of Swisher county. Ono of the finost counties in tho groat Panhandle. Court houso, churohes, schools, &c, .10. Tulia Lots, Swisher county is dovoloping rapidly. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan dlo daily nnd the man with tho plow is daily going to Swisher county. Tulia Liots. A pretty town in tho prettiest country in tho world. Laud luvel as a floor and producing imuionso orops of all cereals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia Lots, Everlasting frccstono puro water in illimitable quantities at twcnty-livo to thirty foot. Tulia JLot. Are in a growing town, in a growing county Property is advancing daily and will continue to advanco in a way to mato tho head nwim. Buy now. Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now asked. For maps, plats and othor particu lars apply to 1. if. 0buI 411 Franklin strcot. FOIt TUB CU1CK OF LIQU0Rf MORPHINE HAPI'lb. i,AMOXORAIUltebS THE . KEELY INSTITUTE OF T. Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T. U V V "k ill 3 t ! I I I It" yx l h j-i