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Fresh unit water fish. Red Fish, Trout, Flouodors, dressed Catfish, oto. Also TLrco shipments a week of Oysturs. Thoy nro Rookaway Oysters, tho best on tho maikot. Try thotu, Ala ) throe phipmontH a week of Loh- maiin'H Berwick Bay Oysters, well known to the trudo. AIjo receive consignments of all kinds ot game, ai 717 ausuu Avonuo. 0. 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, Tho Big Muddy lump in strictly aold-weather coal. Telephone Kgan or coal. My Store Genuine maplo syrup reduoed from 40 to 25o. por quart can. tf (Tho latest designs in ingrains Thompson hangs them on common walls with success.) Buy tho "Big Muddy" lump coal Keep warm nnd give your imaginaiton a rest. "Tjelephono Egan for coal." For the best and freshest bcof,pork mutton, veal, spareribs, iisb und oysters 0 u Crippen oorner Fifth and Frankling Our goods and our prices do our advertising, we find it beBt in tho long run. Paukeb Bros. Dookory and Co , Firo InBuranoo Agents Provident Building. Best csmpanies and oloso ntion to in terests of insurers. Ladies, we bavu just reoeived fresh Btook of flowcr'seeds. V. L. Tucker, "Lion Drug Storo. When you want nico fresh meat mutton beof, pork and purerlard go to Mellor & Delaney 125 South Third streot. Hotol Royal Bar. Haydon & Hayden, proprietors. Neat and quiet. Very finest wines and liquors. Superb lunch at 10. Old friends and customers as well new will meet a hearty weloomo. What!! Have you not heard about it?? Well, I am belling, 20 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00 Perfection corn (best in tho world) for 12 1 2 cents per oan. 3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10 cents por can. Arbuoklo's coffee 22 1 2 ots. ber peot. IriBh Potitoos 25 cents per buokot. Best patont flour $1.40 per saok. Toe S. Thompson. Tho Grooer Eupopsr. This is what you ought to have, in fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy lifo. Thousands aro searching for it daily, and mourn beonuso thoy find it ot. Thousands upon thousands of dollars aro spent annually by our people in the hope that they may at tsin this boon. And yet it may bo had by all. We guarantee that Eleo trie Bitters, if used aocording to di rections and the use persisted in, will bring you Good Digestion and oust tho wciuun uyspcpeia ana inBtaii jupepsy. Ve Irecoraniond lSlectrio Bitters for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver, Storaaoh and Kidneys. Sold at 50c. and $1 per bottle by W. B. Morrison & Co., Druggists. E. E. Thompson Bells wall paper at 5o per roll, real value 15o por roll, (see those elegant designs in wall paper from 5o to J2.50 per roll,) B00T5 .. X - SHflFS CJWWM,. WW. iiwWrf tw WACO TEXAS' i-ocr - iRIBBLE 47T- The Popular Grocers, 50j Aiiollii Avciino iter i:ahe hauoains in Choico California Evaporated FruitB this week. O Choioo B B. Cigars, finest in the market at $3.75 per box. Rare Bargains in Choice Califor nia Evaporated Fruits this week. Choice B. B. Cigars, finest in the market, at only $3.75 per box. Don't miss theso bargains. Don't miss these bargains. Don't inies these bargains. Don't miss these bargains. Gribble Brothers, .")." Atifttlii Avenue. A"SKELP" HUNTER. A Queer Communication from one who Tries to Love the Government. Tho Austin correspondent of San Antonio Express sends the lowing ourious lotter to his paper tho fol- . It was received a few days ago by Comp troller MoU-all: "Forks op the Creek, Tex. Kerntl McCall, Comptroller of Skolps, Ac: Dkar Magic: I herewith send you a statement of anooiils alawn by mo & if you send mo the mony for same you will more on.obleeg a friend Might e ni out en ammcrmtion. Tor wit: 1 koon skelp 25 cents, a half duz kats, wild as the dovi), $G, 1 Lubber wolf, a whopper, $5. 3,209 jack rabets at $L per duzzin. 1 Mexikon lion skelp, $3; and per erry dorgs, dog gon my hide I don't rickkolleck but should jedgo 8,000 or so, at 30 cents per duzzin. I duz and a half rnidx at what tho government allowB. 3 Duz possomes, ct so reatem. I hev destroyed these varments & tberskelps and ther proggenee fc am needin tho cash. I am a hunter and aims to eavo tho guvermint so long as our Jim Stephen runs hit and that will bo some bit of a time yit if my prugnosterkashion is kurreot, and 1 think she aro. I am perlitooally and oonstituscon ally agin any kind uv homo perteck shion except somthen uv tho presont nature. I shall in my next rondishun hov a lot uv kyote wulvcs scolps. Yours in luok, Sam O. Kbtciien. A Rare Chance. If you want a piano or organ of fine makes now iB tho opportunity to buy one on your owa terms and at prices unheard of. Call on J. B. Payne and seo tho largest and finest stock of pianos ever brought to central Texas and ass terms and prices. This is tho opportunity of a lifo time and no pru dont person should neglect it. Tako notice in time. There will never bo such a ohanco to buy organs or pianos as cheap or on suoh terms. $4,000.00 to Loan. On two years time, on seounty ap proved by County Court, four thousand dollars, belonging to Blake estate. Apply to J. N. Gallagher, or to Administrator. Wm. W. Evans, Attorney. Kros WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 2b 1892. BOOTS. 5HDE5- R WM WACQJEXA5- Till: N i:VS IN IlllIRF. Mark Twain dined with Emperqr William. Tho loss by Decatur (111.) Library block firo was 115,000; about half coveied. John Gilninry Shea, tho prominent Catholic scholar and historian, is dead. Tho Illinois Democratic state conven tion will begin on April 27 at Spring field. An important meeting of tho Central Traffic Association will bo held at Chicago. Heavy damage is reported by storms on tho English coast and throughout tho United Kingdom. Iowa jobbers are trying to get the Wabash to join tho Union Pacific in fighting tho Omaha bridge tolls. A curious phenomenon was witnessed at Queenstown harbor. A btorin cloud fell into tho sea with nu awful crash. Allre Mitchell tu Cincliiimtl. Cincinnati, Feb. 25. Cheif of Police Deitsoh f this city received 11 telegram from Chief of Police Davis of Memphis requesting him to interview Mr. S. C. Hubbard of this city and learn from him about the conduct of Mi.ss Alice Mitchell during her visit hero three years ago. A detective detailed for this duty saw Mr. Hubbard this evening. Mr. Hubbard said Miss Mitchell caused his niece, Clara Bailey, then a school girl 15 years old, but since deceased, so much trouble that Miss Bailey reported the caso to him. Miss Mitchell was in various ways making masculine love to Miss Bailey. She would hug and kiss her immoderately and say: "Wouldn't you prefer mo to a man for a husband?" In parting she would kiss Miss Bailey and say: "Take that kiss from your love." Tho visits of Miss Mitchell hnd to bo forbidden. Cutler Lirok Camp. Ouray, Colo., Fob. 25. The new gold strike on Cutler week is panning out well. Mill lotmns hhow over forty ounces in gold tu the ton. Thorough prospecting is being done, and quite a camp is already established there. Tnerc is no undue boom und parties in interest are endeavoring to avoid one. After the snow has disappeared and tho locality can be prospected on its merits it will then bo time enough to speculate on its possibilities. Old California miners are confident it will esult in one of tho riche.it camp in the history of aurifer ous mining. More than 100 men arc delving there, prospecting, working as sessments, making tiails and building cabins. A htiiko Tlii-ut-iirfl. . , Sioux Citv, Io. , Feb. 25. On account of recent discharges of employes of the Sioux City and Northern and Pacific Short Lino roads, which aro operated uu dor 0110 management, there is a piospect of a strike on these roods. Tho Engi neers' Brotnorhood and Ordor of Rail way conductors considered tho matter at a meeting Sunday, and it is under stood if tho men aro not reinstated or good reasons given for their discharge thoy will order a strike. A3 the roads aro short and depend on their connec tions, which would bo compelled to boy cott them, the men say thoy would win tho fight or bankrupt tho linos. Vlllurd unci AVuimuiaker. Richmond, Ind., Feb. 25. Hon. Dud ley Foulke was asked if it were tru that he had made the statement that Henry Villard had told him tliat Postmaster-General Wanamaker had aoked Villard for .$100,000 for campaign pur poses in 1888, ami in return Uini Villard was promised tho naming ot the com missioner of tho land office. Foulke would not deny it, but said that the con versation had been a private one, and that ho could not repeat it for publica tion unless Villard said so, but that Wanamaker was incompetent nnd tliat the story ought to be published, and ho would see Villard and got lm consent. fc- A Furniture apd Carpets. A JSiAddLera. Rise 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 we offer and then you can decide about buying. We carry the best folding bed in the United States, "The Winsor.' r. t.:dennis&bro. TRY L. WINANS FOR Fips.class gdiai?an.Eed Watch, Clock and Jewelry Plain and Artistic Engraving. 620 Austin Avenue. UNITED STATES COURT, An Editor Acquitted of tho Charge ot Printing a Lottery Ad vertisement. Joseph Mueller, who was charged with having published a lottery ad vertisement in tho Dodge County Pio neer, at Mayville, was acquitted in the United States ourt yesterday. The caso is an important victory for tho Louisiana Statu Lottery. It was charged that a certain notice that ap peared in tho paper, which is a Ger man weekly, was an advertisement under the now law forbidding tho mailing of publications containing lottery advertisements. Tho card road as follows: CONRADI CON KADI CONRAD! CARD TO THE PUHI.IC. While it is true that I havo been elected president of tho Louisiana State Lottery company, vice M. A. Dauphin, deceased, I am still presi dent of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manu facturing company, and all orders for material, mtohinory. eto., as well as all other business lettois, should bo addressed hb before. Paul Conrad, box 1,358, Now Orleans. Gon. B. S. Bragg, of Fond du Lao, defended Muollcr, arguing that tho ad vertisement did not come within the Bcopo of tho statute Tho jury was out but a few minutes. Milwaukee, (Wis.) Sentinol, Fob. 4. To Subscribers. Those who are in arrears on sub eoriptions will please call at the of fice and settle beloro March 1. I will collect strictly in advanoo from that date and will be compolled to out off all delinquents. 8. J. Quay, City Circulator. m Removal. The Waco Water & Light Company havo removed from their old quarters on Fourth street to new and olegant offices in the Provident Building. They oooupy room No. 11, 1st floor fao.ng franklin street one 01 tno fin est and most ncoessiblo rooms in the building. m t Waco oertainlv is a livo city. In no other city in tho stato could a bank with a hundred thousand dollars capi tal be organized from start to finish, and opened for business in fifteen days. The City Savings Bank is tho living proof of Waco's enterprise. Let the defamers of Waco go off and die or locate at DalhiB. 518 AUSTIN ST A Card From J. W. Taylor. To Tub Newh: I am very grateful for tho kind in ference to me in your ibsuo of tho 23rd, in which 3 ou state that I had concluded to withdraw from the race for county attorney. But I wish to correct an erroneous impression that has gone abroad from tho article in question. In tho first place lot me say I did not withdraw from the county attorneys race, for I had not entored tho ruco. I meroly adhcro to tho conclusion I formed months 11 go, not to become a candidate for offico this year. Tho maitor I desiro corrected is the statement that I havo dcoided to withdraw "in favor ol" any other candiuato for tho nffioo. Tho young gentlomon Mcssors Androws, Monroe, Williams and Ilogau who aspiro to the honors and responsibilities of this office aro friends oi mino and, I shall not cast any obstructions in tho way of thoir elovation. Joe W. Taylor. Waco, Feb.'y Sflth 180;J. 5 Cents Each. A two-hole mouse trap, 21 clothes pins, a tin dippor, a big prcseod pan, 1 lamp ohimney, a oovercd bucket, a tin funnel, 1 iron stand, a tin sobop, 1 dibli mop. 2 pie plates, big box ticks, a largo gratur, 2 boxes matches, big potato masher, a kitohen spoon, a nutmeg grator, a stove lifter, 1 paok Hgo good envelops, a box slato pencils, a large tablet. 1 can openor, a woodon spoon, a good tack lifter, 1 paper filo, 1 padlock, a paint brush, 1 maohino oil can, a bottlo good machine oil, a strong hitching ring, a pair hinges, 1 wire tea strainer. CUMMINS' H & 10 CKNT STORE, ?03 Austin ave., hot. 0th and 8th sts. T0 Y,alitfe 0F THE AiAWlCS WACO. Tho St. Louis Shoo Storo will this week mako its last ieduolion on La dies' High Grade iootwear, and will continue selling at this disoount until' tho last pair is sold or stock olosed out. Wo havo also oponed about 250 pnir sample shoes that drummers havo had on the road, nnd will sell thorn at wholesale prices, by tho singlo pair Do not fail to seo theso goods. ST. LOUIS SHOE STORE, Cornor Sixth and Austin, Any boot in tho house $1.50. For Sale. Threo horses, one ten-horso power ongino and boiler and a lot of shelving and storo (ixtuics. Choap nnd on good terms. Moore Baon. m n 1 i Subscriptions to stoak of tho City Savings Bank reached and crossed tho half way, or fifty thousand dollar mark, last week. It is now pushing at the rate of $f,000 a day up towards the full hundred thousand. Givo it a push with a thousand or two and whirl it forward to a grand conclusion. Waco is the artesian city. It will soon bo tho city of banks. Then it will bo a 'city of factories and shops. It has a great future Tho City Sav ings Bank iB building for this future Fall in with a littlo stock. Join tho procession whilo you can.