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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 10 1892.
BOOTS ,. BOOTS J.- .iSHnFS.eJ,- SHflF.S furpiture and Carpets, Arrlvo Every; Morning:. ML . $iL . ffWe it imiai i . ssr- -a i ga&z' m Iff I'M Sr? M PKr - flg5s JJ V ii!AT I LIS HL-J Fr06h salt water GBh. Hcd Fish, Troul, Floundors.dressed Catfish, cto. Also Throe shipments a wook of Oysters. They aro Hook away Oystera, tho best on thu luarkot, Try them, Ala ) three ehipmontB a woek of Loh- mann's Berwick Bay Oysters, well known to the trado. Also reooivo consignments of all kinds ol gatuo, 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, T- DENNIS & BBC FUNERAL DIRECTORS0EMBAIjJ1ERS 518 Antlu Avonuo. waco, : : : texas. Hartley & Burleson, ltonli, Ju1 and tlniiimerciiil 1? k i n: rs E IS , 206 South Third Street, AtarMtchell Home, A Trial OnlevSollcUed. Eugenk Williams. Wm. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's Counsellors at Law, vno i'jokst n uir,niNa, WACO, TEXAS. Commercial House. Cor. Eighth $ Clay Sis. Only two btocl:) noiltU ofSTo. Vaclflc 11. It. Depot. t"PIEST CLASS.ngj Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. What!! Have you not hoard about it?? Well, 1 am bkli.ino, 20 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00 Perfootion corn (best in tho world) for 12 1 2 cents por can. 3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10 cents per can. Arbuoklo's coffeo S2 1-2 ots. ber poot. Irish Potatoes 25 cents per buokct. Boat patont flour 1.40 per baok. Toe S. Thompson. Tho Grocer E. E. Thompson sells wall paper at So per roll, real valuo 15o per roll, fteo those elegant designs in wall paper fioia 5o to 2.50 por roll,) allies' Nerve And Liver Fills Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomaohand bowels through the nerves. A now discovery. Dr. miles' Pills speedily cure bllioufmess, bad taste, torpid llvor piles, consti pation. Unequaled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, sur est. 60 doses 25 cento. Samples free at H. O Rlshor & Co's. Drug store 618 Austin avenue Parker Bros, oan sell you goods below manufacturers prices, See their goods and get their prioos. Have you used an Embreo McLoan buggy? The Hobson lino runs to tho Waco Greenhouso 14th and Barron stroet. WACD TEXAS- MR. D. S. BURTE AM) Mil. JOE STEW A It T Dulre to Present - their Compliments TO Their friends and say they are now with the Gribble - Bros. .505 Aiiklin Ave., WHCBE They would esteem If a favor to see them and Boll thm fine Groceries as low ap they cau bo bought anywhere in tho city. A BRUTAL ASSAULT. Jim Williams Stabbed Twice by Charles Holdoan, Last Night. Charles Hcldoan, a Swcedim car pouter, lately from Dallas cut Jim Williams last night in two places and the latter is reported very tonously, if not fatally wounded. Holdean, for some days past, had been wonting for a contractor, in tho construction of several houses, near the corner of Sixth street and Marl borough Avenue and had been drink ing freely at the saloon of Nettles & Williams near whore ho was employ ed, lie had been there yesterday in a stato of intoxication and hod creat ed a disturbanoo by loud and boiste rous .lunguuge. Ho camo back to Williams' saloon again about 11 o'clook last night and engaged at first, in a pleasant conversation with tho proprietor, but very soon flow into a passion and suddenly drawing a knifo started bohind tho bar with the re mark: "I have coino here to settle with you " It is said that Williams retreated and pioking up a weight hurled it at his antagonist but it went wide of tho mark and Heldean knpt coming till the two olinchod. Wil Hams was Blabbed twioo. once in the left arm and onoo in tho left breast near tho hoart. Heldean then ran out and J. C. Bettinger was sent to police headquarters after an olEoer. Offioors Kondrick and Waddoll re sponded to tho call and began a soarch for the fugativo and found him at his boarding house making hasty prepara tions to leavo for parts unknown. Ho was arrested and conveyed to the county jail where ho remains awaiting the result of his murderous assault, Dr. Hongst was at onoo summoned and administered opiates to tho wounded man to relievo him of pain, and dressed his wounds. Ilia wound in tho breast is pronounced very seri ous but not necessarily fatal. Ladies' 0Tjni?Q At less than Fine DllUlW First Cost. Only sixteen days more and tho St. Louis Shoo Storo closes its doors, Now is your opportunity to buy Ladies and Gonts fine Shoos at loss than first cost. Thoso are tho finest goods over brought to Waoo, and if wo havo your size, wo are sure to suit you in the prioe. A fino lino of Children's Shoes at loss than it coBt to manufacture. Come eariy and seo thoso goods and avoid tho rush. Any boot in tho hoiiBO $1.50 ST. LOUIS SHOE STORE, Corner Sixth and Austin, (Tho latest designs in ingraioB Thompson hangs them on common walls with success.) WACO TEXAV ALL OVER TOWN. .laok Owens oontributcd $5 for in toxication in tho mayor's court. This was tho only case. Tho marriage of Mr. Hartley and Miss Alioo Dabney will be cele brated this evening at the residence of the bride's parents, G04 North Tenth street. Tho friends of Rev. J. A. MeKamy will regret to learn that he has re signed his pastorate of the Cumber land Presbyterian church of this city and will depart March 1st for his now Hold of labor at Louisville, Ky. Mr. MoKamy will leave a host of friends in this city who wish him success in hia new location. Thero was to have beon a meeting of the Directors of tho Texas Immi gration Association horo today but t hero was not a quorum present and no business waB transaotod. The only membora of the board present were Presidont J. d. Fairbanks of Denison, Judge J. C. Matthews of Lampasas and Capt. John T. Battle of this city. Upon ascertaining thic no quorum would be present thoy ad journed subject to tho call of tho president. The barn of Dr. R. W. Park, locat ed back of his residence on South Fifth street, was burned to tho ground yesterday afternoon, and with it (JO bushels of corn, 300 bundles of fodder and a large lot of hay, whiuh was all a total loss, there being no insuranco upon tho barn 'and contents. It has sinoo beon ascertained that little John MoEuruc, a boy 8 or 9 years of ago, was playing withj other children bohind the barn and striking a match touched it to the hay through a oraok which caused tho conflagration. A Newb reporter has learned that tho ropublioan saloon-keeper roferred to in tho oommunioation of II. L Storm to tie Republican State Execu tive committeo as boing the only on in Waoo who refuses the negro tho privilege of the social drink, with tho white man, at his bar is O. W. Buok, proprietor of tho Paoifio hotel and Pa oific bar. The only kiok Mr. Buok has coming is, that he says he is a strong Republican from Sioux Falls, Dakota, and not from Omaha as re ported. nmnnr t the Marrluge fiervtre. Boino funny stories aro told about tho marringo sorvico. Ono of them relates how an old man, brought ruthor un willingly to tho altar, could not be in duced to repeat tho responses. "My good man," at luugth exclaimed tho clergymau, "I really cannot marry you unless you do as you are told." But tho man still remained silent. At this unex pected hitch tho bride lost all mtienco with her future spouse and burst out with: "Go on, you old fool! Say it after him just tho pamo as if you was mockin him." Tho BJime difficulty occurred in an other case. Tho clergyinun, after ex plaining what was necessary und going over tho responses sovoral times without tho smallest effect, stopped in dismay, wheroupou tho bridegroom encouraged him with, "Go ahead, pars'n, go ahead! Thou'rt doiu bravely." Upon another occasion it was, btrangely enoujrh, tho woman who could not be prevailed upon to sjieak. When the clorgymau remonstrated witli lier Mia indignantly replied, "Your father mar ried mo twico befoor, and ho wasn't axin mo any of them imporent questions at all." Saturday Review. Makes some people gidi y, but a look at our handsome stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS restores them to their usual state We keep a full assortment of that stylish OAK FURNITURE 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. Tho wedding ring sparkling on the finger of this beautiful young bride was bought at the favorite jewelry house of L S. toerfisiijej Uar)i 5 Can nlaco anv lino of ad- 'l veriising more effectively and Y moro economically than any ad vertiser on Ifyou -wIihtoADVKKTlSE Select thu bjst AUKN'T yon Know- I Let lilni iilncs.UXof your advertising Denl frankly with him Tuko his advice. Your businuss will then be worth his oarofu! ntten- II tinn. He will Borvo you faithfully and 1 wisely. -nv r Telephone the News Office and the advertising agent will call on you and make you happy. (Tho latest designs in ingrains Thompson hangs thorn on common walls with sucocss.) Liver ComplalntBllllousnoss. The chief'symptoms of this disease are depression ot spirits, foul coated tongue, bad tasting mouth, disagree a bio breath, dry skin with blotohes and eruptions, sallow complexion and yellow eyes, tired aching Ehoulders, Hull pain in right side, faintness, diz ziness and irregular bowols. This complaint in all its forms cau bo readily cured by taking Dr. Gunn's Improvod Iivor pills as dirootcd, and a lingering spoil of'Mckness will often bo warded off by their uso. Sold at 25cts a box by W. B. Morrison & Co. (E. E. Thompson has a fow more of those damaged paints and wall paper for sale at your own price.) Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Uohman's. - Pure and white lard in bulk 10 cents per pound at Ciihten's oornor Fifth and Franklin. MAI J w Lft mn TfaiujrLVki mnw .r- "n-." 518 AUSTIN ST Tulia JLots. Garden spot of tho groat Pnnhandlo. Rich loamy soil. Great wheat country. Tulia !Lots. Tulia is the county float of SwiBher county. Ono of the finest counties in the great Panhandle. Court houso, chnrohes, sohools, ac., ao. Tulia JLots. Swisher county is dovoloping rapidly. i uousanus are going to tho I'unhau dlo daily and the man with tho plow is uaiiy going loowisnor county. Tulia jLofs. A protty town in tho prettiest country in tho world. Land level as a floor and pioduoing immonso oropB of all ooroals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia JLf, Everlasting frcostono pure water in illimttablo quantities nt twcnty-livo to thirty feet. Tulia Lots. Aro in a growing town, in a growing county. Property is advanuing daily and will continue to advanco in a way to mato tho hoad swim. Buy now. Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now nsked. For maps, plats and othor particu lars apply to Heultfy, 411 Franklin streot. FOR SALE, 1000 acre farm, 600 in cultivation, all first olass prairie laud. Ten houses, barns, sheds, wells aud ono novcr failing spring, Small farms of 100 or 200, H20 or 400 aores oaoh, and many others cheap and on easy terms. RANCHES. Ranging in number of aoroe of 320, 600 1200, 1400, 18GG and 3,000, situatod near Waoo. We can soil tpocial bar gains in liouflch, lots and lusinon property. Bell & Sassaman, Real EbLhio and Kontal Agonts, 111 outh Fourth stroot, Waoo, TcxaB. Mooting at City Hall. Upon the urgent request of many of tho old mmnbors of the Young Mon's Reform Club, a meeting of said club is called for Wednesday night at tho city hall. All who aro intorestod in seeing our city properly governed are invited to attend. J. It. Downs, Acting Presidont- Toll O. 1'l.ONKKTT, Acting Sooretary. (E. K. Thompson has a low moro of thoso damaged paints and wall papor for sale at )our own ptico.) .m. ifwlfc m ekh