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M y : w RiS LOOAIj pick-ups. Insure anything yon havo against Arc with T. I). Ilajs, nt office or VacoHnlIdlng Association) tils companies ro tlis best, and tomb one It al ways In the ofllro . Oysters In ererjr style, at De Well's. Dr. Saunders, Dontlit, 502; Anatln Ave. Fresh ovsttrs at DeWell'a. . Stolte Brothers for fresh bread, Or. 8anndcri, Dentist, 5C.1;,' Anatln Arc. Dr. Saunders. Dentist, M2; Austin Ate. Fresh cakea at lieWdl's. . l"ure Ice cream at DeWclI's. . I reah candy at DeWtll's . Oysters I Oyaters 1 1 Oysters! 1 1 at DeWella. Seml-Anthraclte, the best coat In the market. Order now or Sautr A Eakly. Take Peelers Chill 8yni)--No Ctnut No Pay Stolte Brother for fresh brrad. Satisfaction guaranteed on everything you buy at 1'eilcr'a Drug Store. Cholco extracted honey, 10 cents, Choice comb honey, liKcents. at Cooper's Supply Store. Peeler's Cough Syrnp eure coagha and colds when all others fill. Well, rnro and jnlcy. Those steaks at Kid- UIU B meal iiiniivt;b. Choice lu pears only 12,f cents. " Slh pumpkin only 12),' cents. tinnr m ini nu finia. sweet corn 12tf cents. Ht Cooner's Snntil v Stnrp. Stolto Brothers keep lonstanrly on hand all country produce, fresh. Cheapest and best meat In the city, at Hid ' ale's, S.'0S south sldo square Peeler's Drug Store for Dressing Cases, Sha ving Sets, Woik lloxcs, Manicure Seta and Tollit Articles. Extra fine cabbage, onions, apples, aweet and r-.MuvB, Kinuij ivuteiu ouurtiunirr urn lowest prices, at Cooper's Supply Store. Peeler's Blood Alterative, will purify the blood when nothing else will. It Is warran ted. No, 208, south sldo square, best and cheapest meat market in town . Fresh Cheese at Stolte Brothers, corner f 6th and Franklin streets. Bid41 Is on deck again cutting the best steaks and roasts in the city, at 208 . aide square. Peeler's Drug Store is tho cheapest place In Waco to get jour prescriptions filled, Only experienced drngglts. Peeler's Uver Pills are the beat In the worid. small and easy to take. Every box warranted Ton will pave money by buvlng what yon Corner 5th and Anstln street 208 8. side square. ' Best meat market In town. Extra turnip aeed. any variety, only SO cts. per lb, at Cooper's Supply Store. Turnip seed, finest, this year's crop; rye and barley aeed, fresh and pure, at Palmer's seed and feed store., Eighth and Franklin streets. Peeler's Drug Store for Violin and Guitar Strings, Paper, Pins, Ink and Pencils, all at bottom prices Peeler's Cholera Mixture will cure cramp colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea and flux. ar ranted. Freih Bread delivered at your residence every day by Stolte Brothers. Peeler's Drug Store for Perfumery, Face Powders, Toilet Sonp, Combs and Brnsues. Cheapest In town. Peeler's Corn Bemovcr takeB off corns with out pain or scar. No Ccbi N o Pay I T)r .T. IT ILtwatt .lAH,i. --..- ., . Seventh streets, All new Bud .fresh goods and latest styles at Mrs. Doss' millinery store on Fourth street. . "V???. ' ' Joe Lehtaan Is now prepared 'to fnrnl'h his patrons oysters fried, stewed, broiled, pan-roast, oyster loaf, box fry and in any other style, together with all other things the market supplies In their season. Buy your hats and millinery at Mrs. B. J. Doss, Fourth street. New styles, hcbu j-uoub mm oneap. PERSONALS. H. S. P. Ashby was In Waco yes terday. Jim Bull, deputy U. 8. Marshal wont to Belton yesterday. Judge L. C. Alexander went up to the Fort yesterday. . , Mr. Sol Loyns, after a short visit to his Waco relatives and friends has returned to New York. Father a. Badelon came In this afternoon from New York and a ban quet will be tendered .him to-night in honor of his return. Miss Kate Friend has returned from Wyoming to resume her place In the public schools. Her many friends will rejoice to know that she Is rapidly recovering from the effects of the aooident sb'e sustained some two weeks ago, Joney Jones went up to Ft. Worth yd,ay eve'nT to meet and return withhi mother Mrs. Wiley Jones, who havo boen on an extended tour over California and Colorado. The party reached Waco this morning. ---. TiYahIi firrlvfll fa n.a.l fnl-l- Early & Finks. " """" '"u"e8 Falls county is preparing to send a big delegation to the convention on the first. For fine watch, Clook and Jewelrv repalrlnirffo to the old reliable Le vlnski & Lewine. Ico cold drinks of finest flavor, at Kophal's great fruit and confection ery store. Sanger Bothers have an Interest ing change In thoir advertlsment this Persons desiring plain ' or fanoy numbers for their houses should call on r e?rultorb. Plain numbers 25 cents. 21-lw. Parties should have letter and mall boxes put up at their houses and ofll ces at once. Orders should be loft for them at H. E. Ambold's gun. store and they will be promptly exe cuted. J i Darrow Goebel, meet market. Amtln Avenue, between 7th and ttth "inest meTts W'ere.'l'h 8t0 to e had In this market' delivered to auv Dart of tho city, mark'. Tea, sittings, extra quality It cts .Japan, Mi rt8 Inilicrlal. " , ' mcis. Mixed, from 2 cts to 40 cts. nt rnniuir'g Ki.n..in a. -mm,-.t enure. Georgia Poach and Apple brandy Just received at "House of lords" ana Palace saloon. cheapo""" Etrcct-Cl101' "". fancy nnd The llnest are those Mission grapos at Koplml's. FBEB MAIL DELIVERY. Boundaries of the Six Dlstriots Looatlou of the Mall Boxes. Tnrlop npmlH nH Tntnxetnr T. 1?. Hollingsworth completed last evening flirt wnrlr nf Avinrf tliA .irrirf 1ie- tricts and locating the drop boxes, nrenaratorv to trip inauouratinn nf thi free mail deliveiv ivtm In Warn. The News gives below the six dis tricts ana tneir oounaaries, the loca tion of the boxes, names of earners etc7' CARRIERS DISTRICTS. First district Commence at inter section of Franklin and Eighth street, and run north along 'west side of Franklin to the river, thpnrp wpet along the river to Washington; thence souin aiong east side 01 Washington to Eighth, thence east along south side of Eighth to beginning. Second district f!nminenrp nt Eighth and Washington street, thence north along west side of Washington to river, thence west with river to city limits, thence south nlnntr sairl llmito to Eighth street, thence east with jjigmu aucei iu ucjjllllllllg, laKing in both sides of Eighth street. Third district Commence at inter section of Austin and Kicrhth strppts and run west with Eighth street to city Mima, uitnic buuiii wiui saiu limits 10 southwest corner of said limits, thence east with said limits to Austin avenue thence with west side of Austin ave nue tO beeinnim?. This rarn'pr dp. livers on both sides of Eighth street uciween warning ton and Austin streets onlv. and to nil rrncs ctrpptc between Eighth and Ninth, west of trasmngton, Fourth district Commence at in. tersection of Eighth and Austin streets and run east with Eighth to Franklin, thence north on east side of Frank'in to Seventh street, thence east on south side of Seventh street to Dutton. thence south nlnntr vcf sideofDutton to city limits, thence west to Austin avenue, thence along cai iuc oi Austin to Doginmng. Fifth district Comment at Frank. lin and Seventh streets and run east on north side of Seventh n Tlminn thence north with Dutton to Fifth street, thence east on south side of Fifth street tn Snplohf ctt .i, north on east side of Speight street to uic nver, mence west with the river to .franklin street, thence south with east side of Franklin street to begin ning. Sixth district First division; com mence at intersection of Dutton and Fifth streets and run east along south Side Of Fifth to Sneioht strppf iksn north along east side of Speight to city limits; thence east with limits to corner of said limits nn th ;.,, thence south with said limits to south east coper of limits, thence west with said limits to Dnttnn d thence on east side of Dutton to be ginning. Second division All nf v-iet w shown to be within city limits accord ing to map of the city. LOCATION OF BOXES. i. South side public square, on posite city hall. 2. Old Corner Drug store, Austin tvenue. 3. Austin and 7th streets. 4. Washington and 8th streets. . Washington and 13th streets. 6. Not located. 7. Jones and and streets. 8. Speight and 5th streets. ' 9. Ross avenue and 8th streets. 10. Fifth st., in front J. B. Gilmer's, n. Missouri Pacific depot. 12. Flint and 14th streets. 13. Barron and nth streets. 14. Morrow nnH 1 ?h ctroof 15. Kentucky ave. and Gthsi-eet. 16. Jefferson and 8th streets. 17. Jefferson and 3rd streets. 18. Columbus and 10th streets. 19. Barnard and 14th .streets. 20. Mary and nth streets. 21. Webster and 6th streets. 22. Clay and 3rd streets. 23- Speight and 8th streets. 2.1. Fifth in frnnt nf T W T..l. residence, 25. South of Clay, in front oi T. D. Hays' residence. 26. Eleventh and Austin streets. 27. In Pacific Hotel. 28. Elm and R. R. Reservation, East Waco. 29. Fifth ward school house. 30. Cotton Belt depot. The carriers will deliver mail in each district twice a. dav. cvppn ;. ik a... district, which is the lmcinpcc .-.: of town, and in that district mail will oe ueuverea three times daily, It will be seen from tln ghnu n. r .u. aistrict boundaries that Inspector .....M6nUilu nab gone contrary to tne Waco CUStntn in .-illmn it. :.. of the compass. Thus what In Waco nc uauuuy can south he disignates as east, our north he calls west and east north and so on. The carriers have been recommend, ed by Judge Gerald, their bonds, natltQ. ptr.. fnnvorlprl nnA thpir tnm missions will be here by the first of uctooer. They are : K. J.Brooks, Dave Frazier, M. P. Clinton, A. B. lrippe, Harvey Ker, George Motz, regular earners ; David Pogue substi tute. The boxes will be put up Monday. A NEW BUSINESS. The Produce and Commission House No. 713 Austin Street. Tho wholesale nroduco nnd com mission houso of Norwood & Gay 713 Austin street Which onennri n ilnv nr two ago Is in full blast with stocks of now goods arriving. Tho new firm brines to the now bnslnoss nvorv oleniont of success, character, energy, sklllt push, capital and a host of bu siness friends in tho cltv and all over tho state of Texas. Thoy aro on rep port tflth tho now order of doing busi ness in Texas, uaiuolv. nulck sains and small margins and they will win puoh trado for all it is worth on that motto. Mr. S. L. Norwood the senior member of the Arm has filled the oflloo ol county assessor for two terms with remarkable skill and nc. curacy and has the good will of every person in city and county. Tho News predicts for tho new firm a substantial success. It Is a firm that will .do to tie to, and its transactions will make permanent customers and hos ts of them . It will do a commission business in connec tion with the wholesale produce, and It has perfected arrangements by which it will receive goods daily, fresh and crisp from neighboring towns, and in quantities to suntilv r.hn trade without gaps. We wish all suc cess to the new house. GOLDSTEIN i IISEL ID MOTHOW, HUIIMDI HUH I ONI: Prices of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, and Hats, We have done an Immense Business In this Line and we Propose to Keep It np. (Until AROodeult. coat pants ana Test for t 3 3 A good oolcn inft, coat pants and vest.. S 00 A good nil wool stilt, " ,, A 60 ..1 HUUU UllSllll'BS B(ll, " '- " " , 7 ftU A duo " " " ' ' ,, 8 ri A much liner suit In tbrcr different styles 10 00 Youths' Clothing, A good uool snlt, coat, pants and est,..2 fio O ood all wool snlt lor 8 25 .1 ..nml alllt Hntnl. .ilal.l- n.,.1 tl..... , n AuneSumlay suit 7 60 Children's Suits and Panto. 20C0 pairs children's lenco pants, which are ...u,i,..i.v,u..D en.iijMi-D. llinuu Ul fcuu llnest caslmcro worth double our tirlco fiOcAl ! . . . . . ""w .a n' iiiiioro snirtii latest atyles and flneat makes Tor. .750 ; to 2 A good home made, -cgular 75 ot ehnvin. " shirt ror , i,.; "" . We bare a tine line or nndorwear In cotton' makos and stylos In hoary and light t fully 21 to 60 per ct. cheaper. " llnndkerchler. Mdoz. hemstltclitdhandk'rs with border, in 21 doz. linen v lth bolder , j:c rino nncn nanuKercmers at.. ...,,..k20c, 4 1 none. 10i 13 0 Z3t 23c A good colored seamless ho!o...., A lino balbrlggan 000. hoio ,,,', a mm urt'cciies iiuse. Il.fo A good boys' school bat ,t PARALYZED I READ THIS AND PONDER OVER IT. ....,vnalui,u nviuiuuuuioum PJUVVUUVAI -,1 A good boys' all wool suit 2 00 A lino suit In threo different styles 2 80 A mtlMt flnav fll.lt In fknia iIIA..hh .,. M u A line Sunday suit for 450 furnishing (Jooils. AKoodman's hat rX! 'Vi."v . M inflrjvl,ll",!Urt'1,lc?.teaor,u.In AfinenSn'ana t . : ::::: ::.';;;:;.5.0o'i7i& t is - r ...u...vj oc, i, vi.ousjj and 3(0 COME IN LOOK AROUND AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES THAT WE WILL SAVE YOU DIMEI AND DOLLARS, Goldstein & Migel, CHEAP COLUMN. T nST-rlllr V ttW J... m. . AJIlank by ThompsonBrothers, D. II. Urown Sf.a.reI.,.nwderTWl!,,PLeMe ,e?ve mo wlth;waco State bauk. D. H. Brown Kosenthal, Texas. WANTED-The Woolen Mill wants about twenty-flve women to mn nn-tner tn. chines. twenty-flre women to run sewing ma MS. J. N. IIAIKSTON has decided to com tllnnMi nni.milrtni. ) H oA.t. .... C. N. CURTIS TALKS. I defy all competition in my line ana win sell this year, fresh new goods as cheap as you can buy them anywhero In the state of Texas. Do not go to second hand storos, or five or ten cent stores to hiiv annnnrt hand goods or old shop worn goods, because I will sell you brand new goods at tho same price you will have to pay them. I havo an enormous stock both In quantity and variety and I am going 10 Beu mat stock at bottom prices such as will paralvze all cnmnntitinn I have a large stock of fine English, French, and German staple and lan cy goods just arrived and to arrive this month, and I am going to put those fine goods in at nrinns that ,m mane touts open their eyes. 1 mean what I sav. I win soli mwt. vuoap ii8 you can buy second-hand ones and I defy competition. C. N. Curtis. -- WA T??A. ''onse-keeper Apply lmme diatcly at Mrs. M. A. Robinson's store under tho Mitchell House on Sonth 3d street. ORANGE RLOSSOMS-Dr. Meglll's famous ..nf0r5n5.1,,IJ?.8Jonu' Mr8, A-J- "Ichardson, ag-nt, North loth street. 0-lJ-Im A rias Offer. xu jou wi nay, corn, bran, wood, chickens, eggs, butter, a cow and calf or have you anything to sell or barter see Geo. B. Lambdin. I do busines at present under my hat, and can be 11 1 onoui, uner nine o'clock T . 111 1 UEO' lambdin. 1 Will lltlv vniii- nnw o..j t. keep her as fong as you buy feed from' uivi ui mil iirnitr vnii n ir .... h.V,,nnn " " W"l " JOU ... v. uwiiu, n M r. B&?C.WrL!,f.,J'l,T ,noro dy board- "1 ' um street. iecpiIW W' ANTED A largo work horse. Q. W. "-" xumBi , orwunis'store. JIOR SAI.E-A pair of family match buggy -L' horses: alBotwosecondhanadellvery wag ohb. Apply to W. 8. Heard, 311 N. 4th at. IORSALE-A pair of large flrst-class work v i itirlt ' ,":-" ;. juio. o a. payers, J(. Hth st., between Jefferson and Barron sts. P L0Z;:f.BeT".0.ranAs?n,lAh..:Hcnt nV.T.?: .m. 1"" " " ". ana it. 8 IHery to theNKwa offlw' M i"ora"- ?JWttJ&&" him u card or call at iTo-oU Auatlu Avenue. s "Wi "ST15.?-1 w,nI PT M Pr hundred for old baling wire, M wires tn a roll. UCO. K. IvAMBDllf. 5 AND 10 CENT. STORE! Sandstone China best ware made. Large wash bowl and pltoher. now shape 81: Q, handled tea cups and saucers fin nAnfo. v ouu Pitchers 15 cents;' IncQIakTu'g wVUs, tuvoreu vegetable dishes S??i Wa.?hu bow,s cents; deep Vegetable dlahoa ti,lii,... " V"!' centTnn' 8callPed disheVfrom 5 stands 10 cents; spittoon 60 cents. m, . xinwnre. leu rnmrt ni-nu.ori ,ui. o- . nu2r?hIS ered 1 bucket f cents', 1 q'SSfcX mflk stra,ers7d cZts ShVSlJj heavy snuaraV. "' rrlWy C.ent8' naArfIfenK ainner; bu kets "5" tofS panned waiters 10 cents. S J Five C'entsj Attraetlona. Tin 11 nh rmlll . iA." lv tooth nlnkl" VT '",IU5H,! ?OX-WOOd sS bo4x w" fins kChe'A L JiP'SZL.teB' OVes. cnfTnnnntotan.l i "ir.K. ?na issr&TaBfs avn ?0X.' a rubber corset-lace, large 0 . .v, uvtuv UI IUK, 'PlRTIE?bulid,n(r.TF,,dencel, sno'l exam. fefflS5S-1J?e,B2.. .?! L ? Place. - ....ua ttwu. una oiou a cast iron ffratc tfifi h8lSSR ? They are fiean Uftil hnd will last forever. Can tee earn plea in - wwm c3ALrcst)-B uiace Stolte - Brothers, FRESH -BREAD. OROOBBIES AND PBODTJOJB. Delivered In any part of the city. Increased trade assures all of our groceries te be froah. STOLTE BROTHERS, . Corner Fifth and Anstln 8ts. GABERT BROTHERS, IMCO'S FAVORITE TUL0RS.IX- Have Just Received An elegant line of IMphrttii ? - MEHTIO SfJITINGN-flnrr.. ,. titlonln the city as to elegance and beauty! latest Fashfon Plates Wway. on hand. Good ni guaranteed. H' . "f-ynnooM case, i atep ladder, 4 jLSrdJPVSt -enfe 'our heWng EaSar?e!'W amonn0f.hn'l- T 10 RKNT-JThe entire uppor-atory of my now building 40J Austin Avenue. ' iuiicneu, Jeweler. COWS FOR RENT-I have good mlleh cowi' I will rent to tiartiB.-arhSvSiiT.S" w? care of them nt thnnw ;.f " V.f. " ,. t. "."mo uunnr per ueo.iamtKlln. tf month. F Curtis IOffiJ -$WL ? on Frank .. ..v, .,., .cDib. Apply to c. N, sasr ' a sVii m r.oBmW Wh"e " i0ETivSem!:- $1 PER GAH.ON. One dollnr n irallnn r- ...t . the Palace ' W1UB" Bl 1 1 87.no. fo?ttCffi,e?,y Vkv'A" H AMI Ifl nPMOi omtin BU Austin street, betweej Fifth andsfxth MoAllstor coalla tho i,o 1 ... and cleanest of all the seml-anthra- lu varieties in this market. ! . non'i Wnl, Go to Hill Bros, lor school books. Go to Vf. D. Jackson and get a pho tograph of yourself and children. - --- No. coff Austin street, keeps everything in groceries and produce. First class good! at reasonable nrico.. .i . "... " you will be pleased with the way they do busl- NUMBER 624. That Is Askew's House of Lords. W. Q. MAYFIEI.D. H. 8. WIECJEL, xtr!lSSwW,JtB.,K:rT,,60cto' Ktrn now oatmeal 5 cts per lb. flt ClHilinr'c u ,,i at. -i- wi''i otore -ACTS. FOIt nr,Air-n JiY0",?'110 conU will buy a bottlo of nice Clarotat tho Palace. The Southwestern Sohoni nr PHONOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING. tobe r 15 hB1 lTJ S? .! 90- riCtt ing system iieVpitma;rjrarX JSSaJh8' L,ud8ey's. a the Stli u&lffiL i-ffnt is a(lType.wrltin;: "ori-a work tjltll at thn Wn,. tt..,. . graph oflloo or address P. O. Box m Chas." D'Anflrea & Sod, BOOTANDSHOE G3C -a. k: E n s , PERFECT PIT Caaranteed. fio.U wrk ,t the Lo -t Prices. SO VTH FIFTH ST. R. H. Gray, DEALER VR STAPLE AND FANCY Groceries, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. Conntir Frodnce Bonjtbt and Sold: II. A. GOEBElj. FRANK LENK. Mel&IM, BANK, STORE I SALOON FIXTURES. M..ar.B.lh, HODHTOIf, TEXAS. BBISf ICK HOTEL CHAS. BAKER, Prop., franklin Street, Between Fourth and Fifth. WA.OO, TEXAS. This houso has been ovri,.ni..i ...i .., .. by Mr. iiakor, nnd he intends to make It sec ond to none in the city.