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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 9 1892.
Arrive Every Morning. Fresh BAlt water fish. Rod Fish, Trout, Flouodors'dressed Catfish, cto. Also Three shipments a wook of 0,ysturs. Thoy aro Rookaway Oysters, tin boat on the market. Try them, Als) three Hhlpinonts a woek of Lch- mann'H Berwiok Bay Oysters, well known to the trndo. Also receive consignments of all kinds of game, At 717 Austin Avoouo. O. a MILLER. Cheap Mediunf and IFine Paper Hangings aud Decor ations, Window Glass, Var uislies 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, B, T- DENNIS & BRO. FUXEI'iALDiriEOTOKSESIIIALMEr.S .US A iixi 1 11 Avenue. Waco, : : : tux vs. Hartley & Burleson, It noli, .lnl mill Com mere lilt PRINTERS, 2W South TlilrJ Strett, ltarJllttliell Home, A Trial Oriler.Siillcilvil. Euoenk Viu.iams. I Wjr. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors at Law, I'lto vi oust ji vii, ni.va, WACO, - - - TEXAS. Commercial House. Cor. EUjhth Clay &U. Only two blocks south of?Io. Vnelflr It. 11. Depot. IfifPIRST CliASS."! Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. What!! Have you not heard about it?? Well, lam bellino, 20 pounds granulatod sugar for $1.00 Perfection corn (best in tho world) for 12 1 2 cents per oan. 3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10 cents per oan. Arbuoklo'a coffee 22 1-2 ots. ber poet. Irish Potatoes 25 cents per buoket. Best patont flour $1.40 per pack. Toe S. Thompson. Tho Grocer o E. E. Thompson eslls wall paper at 5o per roll, real valuo 15o per roll, (tee those elegant designs in wall paper from Do to J2.50 per roll,) Mllos' Norvo And Liver Fills Act on a, new prlnolnle regulating tho llvor, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. 33r. miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver plies, consti pation, rjnequaled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, sur est. 60 doses 25 cents. Samples free at H. O Itlsher & Co's. Drug store 518 Austin avonue Parkor Bros, oan sell you goods below manufacturers prices, See their goods and got their prices. Havo you used an Embroo McLean iuggy? The Hobson line runs to the Waco Greonhouso 14th and Barron street. BOOTS. D. CWrMK cyw i V IMKK - Vrl Ifti k m aVH Mi5 ir aV ss. i2. S WACO TEXA5 MR. J). S DUR1E V A Nil "" - MR JOE STEW A II T Dnlr' to lYcscul ilicir - Complimciiis TO Their friends and say they are now with the Gribble -Bros. 105 A iik (I II Ave. WIIIIKK They would esteem Ita favor to Bee them and nell thru Hno Groceries as low an they eau be bought anywhere In tho olry. ALL OVJSK TOWN. Dr. S. A ranch last Owens returned from his night quite sick with la grippe. Only one caso occupied the atten tion of tho Mayor's court this morn ing. Joe Gant was fined 5 for in toxication. A number of prominont Republican oelebritics, members ot tho oxooutivo ooinmittee, are in the city today from all over the state. John Monroe, of this city, who has bcn on a two months visit to his mother at Prince Edwards Island re turned homo last night. Tho Waco Medical Society will meet tonight at the office of Dr. Fos oue. The subject to bo discussed is "Iu.ussuscoption of tho bowela." A full attendance is desired. Deputy Shoriff W. 1j. Burko and Deputy Constable Harry Crowder went out on tho Boeque last evening and arrested a negro, Bibb Capps, wanted at Moridian Bosque county for ihoft. Tho oounty commissioners court of McLennan county is in regular ses sion today. This being tho first ses sion of tho now year thoy are overrun with business and will likely be in Bession about a week. Maj. W. S. Mesmer, editor of the San Antonio Light, and prominont in state Republican politics, is in the city and paid The News a pleasant call this morning. Mr. Mesmer ex presses himself as in favor of Waocn as tho place to hold the State Repub lican convention. Capt. T. A. Blair, for plaintiff, filed three suits yesterday afternoon as follows: In the oounty, J. P. McLon don vs. Tho St. Louis Southwestern Railway company, suit for damages $275. In the distriot oourt, H. P. Clark vs. St. Louis Southwestern Rail way company, personal damages for $5000. also in same oourt, B. J. Linthicum ct al vs. W. H. Richardson et al. Mr. Ed A. Gebhard, the accommo dating and affablo young gentleman who aoted as assistant in tho oounty olork's offico during tho time that Mr, Charlie Lastingcr was oonfined at home from illness, was yesterday le gally made a full doputy oounty olerk. Mr. Baker I' as mado a good selootion and ono whioh will givo general satis faction. (The latest designs in ingrain Thompson hangs them on oommon walls with sucoess.) B00T5.p 1- SHutf- Mi Wrf' WACO.TEXAS REPUBLICAN POW-WOW. Tho State Executive Committee In Session Today. The Republican State Executive Committee convened this morning at 10 o'clock in tho polico court room at tho city hall. Organization was effected in secret, after whiah Mayor C O. MuCullooh was admitted. He mado a happy speeoh ot welcome to the delegates, tendered them the keys of the city and plodged the hospitality of the cit izens of Waco. The mooting then j adjourned to noorpt a pressing invita I tion to visit the famous artesian wolls and other places of note in the citv and wore escorted around by the i mayor aud Mr. Gcorgo Di-ihl. Thoy expressed thomselves as very muuh pleased with their visit. Tho mcotinu ro convened at 2 p. in. in secret session with the following representatives of the various districts present: Pat Larkins, J M North, L Ford, G W Eaton, J G Stowart, 11 M Far- k or, J G Shorlook, S 8 Kemblo, A Zadek, Tom Anderson, U V Colter, Hugh Ilanucock, II Seeley, It B Rent fro, W S Mcsmor, W W McMauuus and J F Parker. There aro about 30 delegates present amoiig whom aro several contesting for tho seats of others but tbe lateness of tho hour procludes the possibility of publishing the name and place of rcsidenoe of all. After waiting a long time for ad mittance Col S II Pope, soorotary of tho Waco Board of Trade managed to get a bearing and read the follow ing document: Waco, Texas, Fob. 9, 18o2. Hon. Lock McDunlol, chairman, and mcraborn of t lie Republican Excenttro Committee; Shis. Tho Board of Trade extonds you a cordial weloomo to oui city and expresses tho wish that Waco may be seleoted as tho place for the hold ing of your next state convention. We promise you a hearty greeting and tho hospitality of the Goycpr City of Texas. Very respectfully, R. B. Pareott, President. . S. II. Pope, Seoretarv. " After a short speeoh by Col. Pope tho following communication waB handed in: Waco, February 9, 1892 Hon, Lock McDnnlel, Chairman State Uepabll csn KxecutlToCommlttce: Drak Sm Inasmuch as I under stand a feoling of dislike now per vades tho colored delegates and mem bers of tho exeoutive committee to holding the next state oonvention at Waco, owing to the fact that a cor tain saloon, aud only one, in this oity refused to allow colored people to pat ronize bis bar, I wish to state that there are 51 saloons in Waco and 58 of these 5 4 extend a oordial weloome to all delegates without roforonee to color, and promiso most heartily if this number is insufficient to cjuenoh the thirst of all, to immediately start a distillery of unlimited capacity. I would stato in conclusion that tho saloon refusing to allow colored poo plo access to its bar is owned and con trolled by a so oalled Republican from Omaha. H. L. Storm. AuBtin was selcotod a& the plaoo for holding tho Republican state conven tion. The date for holding it is tho sooond Tuesday in March. A hand ovation was givon Mr. A. Kirso ner, proprietor of tho Capital Sample Rooms last night. A number of tho lady and gentlemen friendB of. Mr. and MrB. Kirsohner dropped in at thoir residooco and an enjoyablo oard party was entored into, during tho progross of which they enjoyed a do lightful serenade by tho Geyser City Band. Champagne flowed freely and all had a pleasant time. " iTVirr I I i I t"mmmmlrtti,iiit , titiil r f urpiture apd Garpets. (? n zr a kar 1 tr SX fJ.1 ' &' I Y h T.i 2w iJi r -v ' , w- yv. J'.'SMiJX.' ill) -A. ic1c1gax Rise Makes some people Rid. y, but a look at our handsome stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS restores them to their usual state Wc keep a full assortment of that stvlish OAT-C FIIKMTTTTijt? about which the world is raving-. We also keep a stock of all the popular materials, all in the newest shapes, and at prices that would make a blind man stare. Come in and look at these goods and hear terms and prices wc offer and then you can decide about buying. We carry the best folding bed in the United States, "The Winsor." 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 vtjdjttaGMS- I Ct0et Jgpiisig $-3'dr)i Can place any lino of ad- 'II vertising more effectively and ' V moro economically than any ad ? vortiser on I IfjOHWlthtoADVEHTlSE T Scluci tliu boat AGENT you know 5J Let him place ALLofyouradvortlBliiR Dcnl frimkly with him I Tnko liig advico. Your business will then bo worth his oarofu! atten- will Bervo you faithfully wisely. and 1 -"JB7 ' -3. Telephone the News Office and the advertising agent will call on you and make you happy. (Tho latest dosigns in Thompson hangs them on walls with sucoess.) ingrains oommon Undisputed Authority. Tho United StatCB Dispensary says that "Onions are a stimulant, diurotio and expeotorant; thoy increaoo the appetite and dromoto dijcBtion." The juice made into syrup qb in Dr. Gunn'e Onion Syrup, has a speoilio action ou the throat, lungs and air passages, it not only cures coughs, colds, oroup and consumption, but its stimulating effect, strengthens anc builds up tho systom afterward. As a tonio and restor.tivo it lias no equal. Wo SO' licit a trial in tho most ohronio and stubborn cases. Prico 50ots. Sold by W. B. Moirison & Co. (E. E. Thompson has a fow more of thoso damaged paints and wall paper for aalo at your own prico.) Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lohman'a. I O I Tho boBt restaurant in town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth street. TOAiS kia BfflRk Ml tion. ,y . s - i f , -, Tulia JLotSe Garden spot of tho groat Panhandle Rich loamy soil. Great wheat oountry. Tulia JLots. Tulia is tho county scat of Swisher county. Ono of tho finest counties in the great Panhandle Court house, chnrohes, boIiooIb, ao., ac. Tulia !Lots Swishor oounty is developing rapidly, ThotiBandfi aro going to tho Panhati dlo daily and the man with tho plow is daily going to Swisher oounty. Tulia Lots. A pretty town in the prettiest oountry in tho world. Land level as a door and producing immonso orops of all oeroals, vogetablcs and fruits. Tulia !Lots Everlasting freohtono puro water in illimitable quantities at twonty-livo to thirty feet. Tulia Lots. Aro in a growing town, in a growing oounty. Property is advancing daily and will continue to advanco in a way to mata tho head Bwim. Buy now. Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now asked. For maps, plats and othor particu lars apply to LH. ODuEify. 411 Franklin street. FOR SALE, 1000 acre farm, 500 in cultivation, all first olass prairie land. Ten houses, barns, sheds, wells and one nover failing spring. Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400 aores oaoh, and many others ohcap and on easy terms. RANCHES. Ranging in number of acres of 320, 500 1200, 1400, 18GG and 3,000, situated near Waoo. Wo can soil special bar gains in houses, lots and business property. Bell & Sassaman, Real Estato and Rontal Agonts, 111 outh Fourth street, Waoo, Texas. Mooting at City Hall. Upon the nrgont request of many of tho old members of tho Young Men's Reform Club, a meeting of said olub is callod for Wodnesday night at tho city hall, AH who aro iutorcBted in seeing our city properly governed are invited to attend. J. R. Downb, Acting Prcsidont. Ton O. Plunkktt, Acting Socretary. (E. E, Thompson has a fow moro of thoso damaged paints and wall paper for sale at our own prico.)