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Arrive Evory; Morning.
yrcsb t ilt wator fish. Itrd Fish, Trout, Flour. dors,"dressed CbMisIi, etc. Also Three ihipmentB a wook of Oysters. Tuny sro Hookaway Oystors, tho beet on tho market. Try them, b tiiTf t-hipmeots a week of Leh- manti's Berwick Bay Oysters, well kuovtn to the tiado. hhr tcouivo consignments of all kinds of game. At 717 Austin .vontto. O. J- MILLER. mJL3n Cheap Medium and SFine 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 aud every thing kept in a first-class Wall Paper and Paint Store. C- F. SMITH. 404 Austin Street, E. T- DENNIS & BRO. n FUKEIIALDIRECTORSEMBALMERS 5 IK Aaitln Avenue. waco, : : : tbxis, Hartley & Burleson, It noli, Jolt mill (.'ommnrciiil 3? 3S5 1 EST OD 3E J&. JS , 206 Sontli TMrd Street. Ifrltthf Hooif, A Trial OrtlrrSollrltetl. Eugene Wilmams. Wat. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors at Law, j'lio riuEXT it uiTsttisa, WACO, - - - TEXAS. Commercial House. Cor, Eighth Clay Sis. Only two IiUk-Us HuutU nfMu. l'ueific It. 11. Itejmt. tsr PIBST class, -a Terms reasonable. Commercial Travel especially solicited. Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick. What!! Have you not heard about it?? Well, I am selmno, 20 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00 Porfeotion corn (best in tho world) 'or 12 1 2 cents por can. 3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10 aents pcroan. Arbuoklo's coifeo ;J2 1-2 ots. ber peot. Irish Polatoos 25 cents per buoket. Boat patent flour 1.40 per saok. Toe S. Thompson. Tho Grocer m am E. E. Thompson sells wall paper at r'c per roll, real value 15o per roll, (see those elegant designs in wall paper from 5o to J2.50 per roll,) Parker Bros, can sell you goods toelow manufacturers prices, See their poods and got their prioos. Havo you used on Etnbrco McLoan buggy? Tho Hobson lino runs to tho Waco Oreenhouso M-th and Barron street. My Store Genuino maplo syrup reduced from 40 to 25a. per quart -can. tf Tho best restaurant m town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth 3trcot. (Elegant room moulding slightly damaged at your own prico at Thomp eon's E. E.) BOOTS vatlP, SHOES WACO TEXA5' MJl.J). S..DURTE An MR. JOE STEWA li T Desire ti Present - tlicir - Complimcots TO Their friends and say they are now with the Gribble - Bros. flOS Aiifctiu Ave, WHKRK They would esteem lfa favor to see tliem and cell tltm line Groceries as low op they can bo bought anywhere In tho city. Deed of Trust. A deed of trust was filed by 11. G. Tucker, of ArcGregor, with the count ohrk lato yesterday afternoon name ing J. O. Walton as trustee. Tho terms of tho instrument makes it the duty of the trustee to take charge of the business, sell the stock and apply tho proceeds to the payment of tho following debts: T. A. lilair, Waoo, $75, Herbert Little, $qS 5!$. Ziney and Branch, Tetnplo, $d54 G3, Gulledffc, Smith and Nailor, McGregor, $12 59. Tho above four creditors to be paid in lull, and tho following to sharo pro r.ita: M. A. Ooopor, 63; Tripis & Ko mendo, $101 Juberbier & Behan, of New Orleans, $118; Fort Worth Cindy and Cracker company, &30 50; Arkansas City Milling company, $185; Hughs Brothers, Dallas, $21. Tho Hobson lino runs to the Waoo Greenhouse 14th and Barron street. NAVIGATING THE BRAZOb. Tho Now Boat Erie Number 5 Ar rives In the City. Last Monday about noon the Brazos Navigation company's boat, ISrie Number 5, arrived in the city from Uranbury, Hood County, and tied up at tho company's temporary wharfs, at tho foot of Jefferson street near tho city hospital. Tho boat has been out from Granbury about twenty-four days and had quito an ovoutful trip. They encountered largo misses of ice and got caught in an ice pack and delayed two days. Tho oaptains of tho craft, thero be ing none lower in rank on board, are J. W. Ulmor, William Clark, Dan Car rioo, Joe Pettis, Jack Finton, A. Da eblo and S. S. Crow. Tho commissary department will bo replenished hero aud tho beat will start on its journey to tho groat deop water port of Volasoo. Tho Erie Number 5 is a graceful craft and is about eighteen feet in length ovor all und i about ten feet in width at both bow and stern. Her tonage is not exactly known, but with a full load on she only draws about four inohes of water. Tho Brazes Navigation company was organized to compete with tho Trinity Navigation company and it hopes to demonstrate by this trip its ability to oarrj all tht freight from North Texas to doep wator, BUSINESS NOTICE. All bills duo the News for advertis ing from July 16th are payable to R. Christopher or his authorized col lector. This applies also to subscribers. Jy ifJtin. Gvrr KW jDWf WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 11 BOOTS p. ftfiu f WACD.TEXA5- ALL OVJGU TOWN. G N. Stewart wa9 fined $25 this morning in tho Mayor's court for oarrying a pistol. Tho local Itisuranoe Club holp a meeting yesterday at the Board of Tjado rooms. Thoir deliberations were private Dr. 0. H. Lutes, a physician of tho Homeopathic sobool, has located permanently in this city for tho prac tice of his profession. The contract for tho burial of tho paupers of McLennan county was awarded to J. C. Stophonson & Son this morning by the oounty commiss ioners, they being the lowest bidders. Dr. H. C. Black was the successful competitor, before tho county com missioners this morning, as physician for the poor house and county jail, and MoKonnan, Bros. & Co. to furnish the medicine. A special to Texas papers from Now York headed "Texans in Gotham," contains the following: Hugh D. Brown, of Waco, was introduced in the Manhattan Athletic club by Mem ber J. M. Walsh. The county commissioners this morning resolved themselves into a cremation society and burned tho itn menso accumulation of scalps the re sult of tho soalp-law of the last legis lature. The atmosphere in and around the county court room was perfumed with tho odcr of burning soalps. The communication which appcar od in yesterday's News from Major Slosson, nnd which porported to give some vory valuablo Texas history, has called forth a loiter from Dr. Burlo son, which should be read by all who road tho letter from Major Slosson. Dr. Burleson's letter will bo found in tho local columns of The News to day. Mr. E. Kirby Smith, tho handsome jailor, was married yesterday evening to Miss Cora Foster, a charming hollo of Patrick this oonnty. The cere mony was performed at tho residenco of tho brido's parents and tho happy pair started this morning for Meridian and other points on their bridal tour. They will return in a few days to Waco, whoro thoy will reside perma nently. The News wishes them a long happy, and prosperous life in their now relation. A News reporter visited the City Hospital this morning, and was much impressed with tho care and attontion which given to unfortunates cared for in that long noeded institution. Mr. Wall the man who was so severely burnod about two weeks ago is im proving as rapidly as possible under tho oiroumstanoes. While tho report er was presont arrangements wore being made for the oaro of a man -vho was in the last stiges of pnoumonia. Ho had been lvint: in a tent in a camp near the Hospital with little or no attention. Sleeper, Clifton & Co. havo added a repairing department in oonncotion with their shoe store. All repairing of boots and shoos neatly douo Charges reasonable. Leave your shoes to bo half soled at Sleeper, Clif ton & Co's,, oornor of Fourth and Austin streets. Joe Lehman ib tho most popular ros taurant man in Texas. His plaoo 117 South Fourth etreot. 1892. Furniture apd Carpets. jt Mx'-x-v LVjy d ViW A. Swcldloja. Rise Makes some people Rid. 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 stvlish OAK TfllttNTTTTttTr uuuul which ihc worm 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 yon can decide about buying. We carry the best folding bed in the United States, "The Winsor." R. T. DENNIS &BRO. pTTia" Tho wedding ring sparkling on the finger of this beautiful young bride was bought at the favorite jewelry house of . L ? 2&(3$& J I Ctfood 4Y a Can placo any lino of ad- j?3 'l vertising more effectively and J more economically than any ad- j ? vortiser oan ! 1 fyou w!hto ADVERT18I3 f OUIUUI IIIU UBBl ,UI!i, 1 yUU KDUW Let him place AT.I. of your advertising Deal frankly with lilm Toko lila advice. Your business will then be worth his oarofu! atten tion. uxt. ttjfrTpZifv servo you faithfully and wisely. t "a Telephone, the News Offire and the advertising agent will call on you and make you happy. (Tho latest dofigns in ingrains Thompson hangs them on common walls with suoorss.) (E. E. Thompson has a fow more of those damaged paints and wall paper for salo at your own prioe.) Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and anything you want at any hour at Joo Lohrnan's. Doekory and Co , Firo Insuranoo Agents Provident Building. Host companies and oloso ntion to in terests of insurers. Undisputed Authority. The United States Dispensary says that "Onions are a stimulant, diuretic and expectorant; thoy incrcaso the appetite and dromoto dijestion." The juioo niado into syrup as in Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup, has a specific action on the throat, luncs and air passages, it not only cures ooughs, colds, croup and consumption, but its stimulating effeot, strengthens unc builds up the system afterward. As a tonio and restorutivo it has no equal. Wo so licit a trial in tho most chronic and stubborn caab. Prico 50ots. Sold by W. B. Moirison & Co. wIm it H eh 'J ;Jiv--w 1 10 '-f MAIS u SMRk U7Ti vhsvsxi.m.. Ho will , "t- f iT-A.. 19) 518 AUSTIN ST Ttilia .Lots. Garden spot of the groat Panhandlo. Rich loamy soil. Groat wheal country. Tulia Lots. Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher oounty. One of the finest oountiot in tho great Panhandle. Court house, chnrohes, nohools, 10., &o. Tulia Lots. Swisher oounty is dovoloping rapidlv. Thousands aro going to tho Panhan dle daily and the man with tho nlow i is daily going to Swisher county. Tulia Lots. A pretty town in tho prettiest country in tho world. Land lovol as a floor and producing immenso orops of all cereals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia Lots. Everlasting1 freestono puro wator in illimitablo quantities at twenty-fivo to thirty feet. Tulia Lots. Are in a growing town, in a growing oounty. Property is advancing daily and will continuo to advanco in a way to mate tho head awim. Buy now. Don't dolay a day. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now asked. For maps, plats and othor particu lars apply to 111 Franklin Ftrcot. Pure and whito lard in bulk 10 cents por pound at Oriitkh'r oornor Fifth and Franklin. (E. IS, Thompson has a fow moro of thoso damaged paints and wall papor for sale at your own price.) To Subscribers. Partioa who ail to got their papor promptly will conier 11 favor on Tim News by notllylnjr uh by mail or tol phouo, and the matter will be rom ediod immediately. A Sprained Ankle. This is a common oacurranco and 0110 that will lay people up ordinarily six to eight weeks, jet wo will guar antee llallaru's Snow Linamont to ouro any ouso of sprtincd anklo in 1 10 a uays n applied at ono, ana im mediately rolicvo all pain. Snow Liu ament will ouro atv old soro on man or boast. It will heal all wounds and cures Sprains, Burns, sualds, bruises, soro throat, sore ohost, luiuo back, corns, bunions. For rhoumatism, Lumbago, neuralgiH, ormtraoted iuub ales it has no rmial. Do not allow any other white linamonts to bo put off ou you for Snow Linament. Thero s no othor like it. Ak for Uiillnrd'i Snow Linamont. Sold by II, O. lustier i& (Jo. (Tho latest designs in ingrains Thompson hangs them on common walls with success.) v t s s''-y'J9 wi7l1-? OOUltilL ' -: 1 'I r ifXMi