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WACO DA1XY NEWS, FEBRUARY 18 1892.
BOQTSp,
A- xSrlflF.S
BOOTS.
Furniture apd Carpets.
h'f
Arrive Every Morning1,
a- jsmrs
fresh salt watr fish.
Hed Kish, Trout, Floundors.dressed
Catfish, etc. Also
Tbreo shipments a wook of Oysters.
Thoy nro Jtookaway Oystors, tho
best on the uiarkot, Try thorn,
j) throe phiptnents a wook of hah
' matin's Hor-viok Bay Oysters, woll
known to the tratlo.
190 recoivo oonBignmonts of all
kinds of gauio. At 717 Austin
Avonuo.
0. J- MILLER.
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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,
B. T- DENNIS & BRO.
."1I8 AaMtln Avemio.
haco, : : : tjexas.
Hartley & Burleson,
Honk, Jolt mid Commercial
jp r i iv rc 3B I ,
106 Sooth Third Street, Sfar Mitchell Home,
ATrlnl Order Solicited.
Eugene Williams. War. W. Evans.
Williams & Evans
Atty's $ Counsellors at Law,
vito rinissT 11 uii,ii.va,
WACO, - - - TEXAS.
Commercial House.
Cor. Eighth cf Clay Sut.
Only two blocks south of Mo. l'aclflc lt.lt.
Ifejiot.
S& FIRST CLASS. -
Terms reasonable. Commercial
Travel especially solicited.
Mrs. N. H. Kirkpatrick.
Whatl!
Have you not heard about it??
Well, I am bulling,
20 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00
Perfection corn (best in tho world)
for 12 1 2 cents por can.
3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10
cents peroan.
Arbuoklo's coffco 22 1-2 ots. ber peot.
Irish Potatoos 25 cents por bucket.
Best patent flour $1.40 per sack.
Toe S. Thompson.
Tho Grooer
r ft. K. Thompson sells wall paper at
o per roll, real value 15o per roll,
(see those elegant designs in wall
PaP from 5o to 2.50 per roll,)
Por a permanent, honorable, and
moncy making business oall at Hotel
S'. Clair 8th and Washington, exam
ine our short system of garment out
"ngi and get terms to local agents.
v if or tho next thirty days, see our
pnocs. Thoy will astonish you,
Parkkr Bros.
My Store Genuino maplo syrup
reduoed fiom 40 to 25o. per quart
oan. tf
oil : n
ino Dost restaurant in town, Joe
Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth
street.
(ElegHnt room.moulding slightly
oamaged at jour own prico at Thomp.
son's!-. E.)
FUAEKAL IHRKCTOKSEJIBAIMERS
WAC0.TEXA5-
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The Popular Grocers,
505 AllNlin Aveiuio
Offer rare iiaroains in Choice
California Evaporated Fruits
. this week.
Choioo B B. Cigars, finest in the
market at $3.75 per box.
Rare Bargains in Ohoico Califor
nia Evaporated Fruits this week.
Choice B. B. Cigars, finest in the
market, at only $3.75 per box.
J Don't miss these bargains.
Don't miss theso bargains.
Don't miss these bargains.
fDon't miss theso bargains.
Gribble Brothers,
505 Aiixtin Avenue.
An Ordinance.
An Ordinance pertaining to Fire Es
oapns :
Be it Ordained by tho City Council
of the City of Waco.
Section I. That tho owners or
lessees of all hotels, boarding houses,
tenement houses, factories and store
houses ovor two stories high, and all
theatres and opera houses, in the oity of
Waco, are hereby required to provide
tho name with, good and suitable fire
escapes amply sufficient to furnish
means of safe egress to all inmates in
caso of fire.
Seo. II. Hereafter tho city engi
neer shall issue no permits fo- build
ings mentioned in section one of this
ordinanco unlofs such fire escapes are
provided for in the plans and specifi
cations. It is hereby made unlawful
for any person, firm or corporation to
hereafter erect any of said buildings
in tho oity of Waco without pro
viding the same with such Sreesoapes.
Seo. III. That any person violating
any of the provisions of this ordinance
shall be fined not less than twenty
five (25) dollars or more than two
hundred (200) dollars for each offense,
and oaoh day's refusal after due no
tices shall be given, shall be deemed a
sepcrato offense,
Sec. IV. That all ordinances or
parts of ordinances iu conflict with any
of the provisions of this ordinani e
shall and the samo is hereby repealed.
Seo. V. That this ordinance take ef
f'rot and bo in foroo from and after
its passage.
Passed Fobruary 4, 1892. Approved.
Attest: C, C. McCullocii,
Mayor.
Joney Jones, Oity Seomtay.
By It. W. Jaiilonowski, Deputy.
T
ItVT IF YOU no
(SHRINK AT ED HATTON'S
PACIFIC BAR, where
nothing but absolutely Pure Liq
uors and Finest of Wines are
offered customers. A full stock
Spanish Hand-made Cigars.
Ladies, we havo just reooived fresh
ctook of flower soeds.
W. L. Tuokkr,
"Lion Drug Store.
DON
DRNK
WAC0..TEXA5-
Pot Bolulle.
The oity secretary and his effioient
deputy are preparing an elaborate re
port of tho reoeiptsand disbursements
of the city for the fiscal year. Tho
report will bo ready April 1st. It
will be published in pamphlet form
and distributed among the citizens.
John Fee, than whom a more ac
tive and zealous janitor never lived,
says lrom tho appoaranoe of tho floor
of the blue room that all the reformers
wore tobacco user. It is said that a
shirt front soiled with tobacco is a
badge of American aristocracy, and a
floor frescoed with tobacco is an inev
itable oonoomitant of a gathering of
young Americans.
Tho wild varmint that haB been
haunting the western portion of tho
oity, called at tho city hall last night
and filed complaint against Tom
Brown and George Barnard for keep
their hounds confined so closely to
their kennols that it (tho varmint)
can't get at them.
The city attorney has been em
ployed in a "cause celebre." Tho faots
are these: Mr. Lingly was sitting
lately with a coterio of gentlemen at
the MoUlelland hotel, and oaoh were
relating hair breadth scrapes and mov
ing adventures in flood and field.
Mr. Longley stated that ho went
hunting in Virginia end was aocom
panied by a very fine pointer dog. A
fino fat quail flow up before him,
whereupon he fired and toe bird
dropped into a poud where a la.ge fish
was basking or the surfrco, and the
bird liko Jonah disappeared in tho
fish's oapaoious mouth. Mr. Longley
oontinued hunting and lato that after
noon camo back to the point whero the
fish had swallowed tho bird
in the morning. His dog came to a
dead point with his poso towards tho
same old fish who was plaoidly float
ing on tho water with one eye olosed,
the picture of a woll fed happy vene
rable senior of the pisoatorial tribe.
He fired and killed him, his dog re-
trintrnr? Via ftlDamkninnllAil iVin fial. rrnfi
v..w.ut., ..u uiabiuuvnuniiu uu nan uc
the quail ho had killed in tho morning
and he was heartily onpaged at sup
per. Tho trial will bo held tomorrow
before Judge Alex MoCullooh. De
puty United States Marshal Tom
Wright appeared for tho prosecution.
Duko Durham, Wirt Brown and Dick
Gordon arc witnesses for tho proseou
tion. Mr. Brown says tho prosecu
tion has a prima faoio oaso, booauso
while it is truo that all liars are not
from Virginia, that all Virginians are
liars when it comes to stories of
hunting and fishing. Mr. Durham is
a Kentuokian, Mr. Flint and Mr.
MoCullooh are Texans. Mr. Wright
is a itopublican, so it will be seen that
the case will develop muoh ornamental
frescoing of the truth. We feel
and believe that our oity attorney will
do himself oredit even with suoh op
ponents, and they will find Lim no
tyro when it comes to relying on the
imagination for faots and bold de
partures from the eternal rectangles
of veraoity. He has procured attach
ments for a large number of witnesses
from Virginia who are expected to ar
rive tonight.
A dog belonging to Mr. K. A. Mo
Kinnio was killed this morning by
Officer Crowdcr and others, supposed
to bo aflltoted with the rabbics. The
animal had bitten several dogs on tho
streets and it is said a gentleman
walking along tho street wrs attaoked
and slightly bitten on tho hand. Tho
dog was roaming ovor the businoss part
of the city yestorday and was engaged
in numerous fights with members of
his tribe who are probably infected
now with the dread hydrophobia.
A. JSw.clieriL Rise
Makes some people gidt 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. Wc 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 Witisor."
R. T.IDENNIS&BRO.
L WINANS
FipsfcSass Quapaiifseti
Watch, Clock and Jewelry
r:e;fa i r mj o .
Plain and Artistic Engraving.
620 Austin Avenue
-aaerGMs
(3 food
leWerfisTrjej Icreiji
6 Can placo any lino of ad-
' vertistng more effectively and
"id J.
ad-J
VVlM nnfinni!j.ll .1
".u.u uuuuuiiiiuaiiy iimd any
1 vertiser oan. p
1 fton Wllh to ADVKRTISK fl
Selt-ci ibo bast AUKNT yon know-
Let lilni place ALL of your advertising!
ueni irnniay wun mm
Tuko his rnlvlce.
i Your businoss will then be
worth his oarofu! atten-J
tion.
He will
servo you
faithfully
wisely.
and
-",.
Telephone the News Office and
the advertising agent will call on you
and make you happy.
(E. E. Thompson has a fow more of
those damaged paints and wall paper
for sale at your own prico.)
Wood.
Cord wood $3 50, stovo wood $4 40
per cord until further notice at Gur
loy Wood Yard. lw
Miles' Nerve And Liver Pills
Aot on a now principle rogulatlui;
the liver, stomach and bowels through
the nervee. A new discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills speedily euro biliousness,
uau casto, torpin nver piles, consti
pation, rjnoqunled for men, women,
and children. Smallest, mildest, sur
est. 50 doses 26 cents. Samples free
at H. O Risher;& Co's. Drug store 618
Atmtln avonue
p .f f i d
rUH OALtj
1000 aore farm, 500 in cultivation, all
first class prairio land. Ten houses,
barns, sheds, wells and ono nover
failing spring.
Small farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400
acres each, and many others cheap
and on easy terms.
RANCHES.
Hanging in numbor of acres of 320, 500
1200, 1400, 18G6 and 3.000, situated
near Waco. We can soil special bar
gains in houses, lots and business
property.
Bell & Sassaman,
Real Estato and Rontal Agents, 111
South Fourth stroot, Waco, Toxas.
111
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518 AUSTIN ST
Tulia .Lof.
Garden spot of the groat Panhandle
Rich loamy soil. Groat wheat country.
Tib I fa ."Lois,
Tulia is tho county scat of Swisher
county. One of tho finest counties
in tho great Panhandle. Court house,
churches, sohools, &o., &o.
Tulia Lots.
Swisher county is developing rapidly.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhan
dle daily and the man with tho plow
is daily going to Swisher county.
Tulia Lot.
A pretty town in tho prettiest country
in tho world. Land level as a floor
and producing immonso oropB of all
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Tulia Lots.
Everlasting frcestono pure water in
illimitablo quantities at twenty-livo to
thirty feet.
Tulia Lof,
Aro in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continuo to advance in a way
to make the head swim. Buy now.
Dcn't dolay a day. Lots ohoap as
dirt at prices now askod.
For maps, plats and othor particu
lars apply to
I. H. uouiay.
ill Franklin street.
Pure and white lard in bulk
10 centB per pound at Ckiitkn'h
oornor Fifth and Franklin.
(E. E, Thompson has a fow moro of
tliOBO damaged paints and wall paper
for sale at your own orice.)
To tho Ladles.
Mrs. F. .1. Sullivan has removed ho
dressmaking establishment to 609 1-2
Austin avenue, up-stairs over tho
"Loader," whero sho will bo glad to
see her patrons and frionds.
Notice
Sealed bids will be reooived by tho
oity secrotury to bo opened by tho
mayor ann nnanco committee on
Thursday, Fobruary 18, 1892, at 3 p.
uji, nil juiiuwa ;
1st. For tho snlo of the engine
houso and lot 25xlG5 on Franklin
streot, in oash.
2nd. Propositions will also bo re
ceived to build tho engine house on
Washington streot as per plans and
specifications adopted, and take tho
Franklin street property in exchange.
For further information apply to
C 0. MoOi'LLoch, Mayor.
Joney Jo.nkh, City Secretary.
Waoo, Texas, Feb. 1(J, 1892.
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