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title: 'The Waco evening news. (Waco, Tex.) 1891-1894, January 09, 1892, Page 5, Image 5',
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To Arrivo Every Morning-.
Fresh fait water fish.
Ilcd Fisli, Trout, Flouodora, dreBsed
Catfish, oto. Also
Tbroo shipments a wook of Oysters.
Thoy aro llockaway Oybtcrs, the
beet on tho market, Try them,
Ah ) three shipments a week of Leh-
mann's Berwick Bay Oysters, well
known to the trade.
Meo receivo oonsigDinents of all
kinds of game, At 717 Austin
O. J- MILLER-
Cheap Medium and Fine
Paper Hangings and Decor
ations, Window Glass, Var
nislies 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,
Mrs. R. H. Chatham gavo a vory
pleasant drivo whist party Wednes
day evening. Miss Delia Baker and
Mr Will MeCall won tho first prizes
and Miss Mattio Jones and Mr. Beors
wero the boobies in the game. At the
conclusion of tho series, elegant re
freshments were served, tete a tete,
and several of tho guests volunteered
musical selections, which, with con
versation, mado an evening replete
with pleasure to all. Mrs Chatham
makes a charming hostess.
The guest wero Miss DeZoucb, Mr.
Hood, of Weatherford; Miss Ada
Itisher, Mr BagbyjMibS LauraRisher,
Mr. Allerj; Minn Kate Ilisher, Mr.
Sohmalsteie; Miss Buokner, Mr.
Downs; Mips Speight, Mr. Tonnant;
Miss Ba e ; Mr. Beers; Miss Burke,
Mr Stradu-y; Miss Vest, Mr. Charles
Turner; Miss Susio Jones, Mr. Mat
tox; Miss Mattie Jones, Mr. MeCall.
MRS. WALKKU'S TEA.
Tho young ladies' "Af'ernoon Tea"
given by Mrs. J.C. Walker, on Sat
urday last, complimentary to the
Misbes Higher was u most brilliant
affair. About fifty charming young
ladies honored tho ocoasion and wero
received by the gracious hostess,
assisted by the Misses Ilisher, all
in full ovening dress.
The houso was beautifully decorat
ed throughout, but tho garlands of
bamboo, intermingled with ferns and
autumn loaves, in tho hall and parlors
attracted most attontion. Tho leaves
ased wero part of a collection made
by Mrs. vValker in Tennessee, whero
tho spent tho summer aud autumn.
After some time passed in conversa
tion the fair visitors wore ushered into
the dining-room whoro dclioato refresh
ments were served, and thus ended
tho second of the series of "Teas" so
successfully inaugurated by Mrs.
After several postponements tho en
tertainment by tho Histrionios took
place Thursday ovoning at Goggan
Music hall, and was greatly enjoyed
by quito a largo number of incited
Owing to the indisposition of 0110
or two of 'the participants tho pro
gramme had to bo out a little short,
much to the regrot of all present.
MisBes Eva Darrow and Minnie John
son deserve special mention for the
admirablo way in which they carried
out their parts, particularly as it was
tne lust appearance ot each 111 a ohar
aoter part. Below is tho prograramo
Selection Mandolin Club
Bong Park Heaton
GENTLE MANIAO A STDDY IN LOVE
Mr. Voldingham D. D. Bryan
Henry Van Hydo, M. P.,Sam Fosrytho
Susan Voldingham. .Miss Eva Darrow
Rose Miss Minnio Johnson
Richard, a servant Park Heaton
Place Mr. Voldingham's Country
Plaoo near New York.
Are Yon Satisfieil ?
With a Good Wearing and Good Fitting
WE ARE STILL ON TOP.
With the Largest Line of
IN THE STATE.
New, Fresh and Faultless.
Call and Examine OurMaintnoth Stock.
SLEEPER. CLIFTON & GO,
Danoo Miss May Maughn Duprco
Reading Rov. W. W. Do Hart
Song Miss Minnio Johnson
On Tuosday afternoon last the
Filth street Methodist ohurch was
filled with a fashionable audience,
which had assembled to witness the
coremony that united the lives of
Miss Ellic May Eaton and Mr. Edward
Tumor. Tho bridal party ontored in
tho following order; tho two ushors,
Mr. Robert Caruthers and Mr. Will
Parker, then Miss MoAlphino and Mr.
Chas. Tumor, followod by tho bride
and groom. Rev. Dr. Bourland pro
nouncing the words that mado them
man and wife Immediately after
Mr. and Mrs. Tumor took tho train
for Chicago and other northern cities,
returning homo in about a month's
time. Mr. aud Mrs Turner have the
congratulations and best wishes of a
host of friends in this city, iuoluding
On last Tuesday evening the Edel
weiss German Club gave one of the
most delightful germane of the soa
son. About fifteen oouples were pro
sent who entered into the spirit of tho
evening and merrily danced the hours
a vay. One lady when speaking of tho
delightful evening remarked that, "it
was more like some select private
party so oongonial was tho company."
After tho german sovoral couplo re
paired to tho residence of Miss Rotan
whero a dolightful luncheon wan en
joyed. Tho Edelweiss is ono of the
most pleasant sooial organizations in
tho city and its entertainments are
looked forward to with pleasure
Miss Caroline Davis has issued in
vitations to both her literary and art
olasses to an "At Home," Monday
afternoon, January the oleveuth, at
four o'clook. With Miss Davis as
hostess tho afternoon is an assured
Last evening being ladies night,thc
Philos gave a vory pleasant german at
thoir hall on Franklin streot. Quito
a largo number woie prcsont and all
spent a very delightful evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Fort ontortain
cd a few friends at a oard party and
musical Monday evening, oomplimon
tary to Miss Morris of Houston.
5lr. Frederick Wardo will bo in
Waco on thu 17th, 18tb, and 19th, of
this month, and bus aoooptod an invi
tation to preside at a social session of
tho Elks Club on Monday the 18th.
Miss Tate has sufficiently recovered
from her recent severe burns to be
able to enjoy buggy ridet, and the
sooncry ot the Bosque.
"The Woman's Club" is a rooent
organization in our midst, regarding
whioh we may have more to say in
Tho voung gentlemen of tho Y. M.
H. A. gavo a leap year ball last Mon
day ovODing in honor of tho three
couples who are so soon to bo married,
Mr. Leopold Lyons and Miss Nettio
Solomon, Mr Ablowich and Miss
Raohol Rosenthal, Mr. Will Lyons
and MisB Julia Weil. Beokersorohos
tra discoursed sweet musio for the
dancers until a lato hour, after which
tho party adjourned to an elogant
banquet at penman s. A notable
featuro of this entertainment was tho
presence of so many visitors from a
distance. Amonc thoae who came
just to attoud this ball wore MisB Dora
Jaoobs of Hempstead; Miss Willie
Kemslor of Mexia; Messrs. Ike and
Sol Kemsler and Borgano of Mexia,
and Mr. Sam Lowis of Mnrlin.
Mrs. Sam Sanger entertained a
number of her friends at a progressive
ouoher party, Wednesday evening, In
honor of Mrs. Abo Frank of Brooklyn,
who is visiting Mrs. Sanger. Four-
WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 9 1892.
teen couples participated in tho game,
and after an oxoiting oontest Mrs.
Lawrence and Miss Emma Beer were
found "tied" for tho ladies' first prize
a solid silver salt and pepper set.
Mr. Louis Mi gel was the fortunate
winner of a gold-headed obony cano
Tho boobies wore Miss Fannie Migcl
and Mr. R. Ilaber. After tho game
tho guests woio invited into the dining
room, whero a delightful supper was
served from an elegant table resplen
dant with silver and cut glass ; but
tho prettiast thing on it was a magnifii
cent bank of calla lilt 10s in tho center.
The guests wero Mesdauics Abo
Mayor, Lehman Sanger, L Emamucl,
B VVoil. L Baer, I Landman, H Law
ronce, L Migol, Mayfield and S Gold
stein, of AuBtin; Misses Emma Beor,
Beula Beer, F and 1 Livingstone, Roga
Sangor, Gussie and Ida Schwartz, Fan
nie Migel, Mollio Marx, and F Wiel;
and Messrs. L Migol, I A Goldstein,
Jake Benedict, S Desenbrr, Abo
Beer, Alex Weil, I Levy, B Ilaber,
L Emm"nuol, S Hirschberg, and Ben
Hirschberg, of Dallas.
Tuesday ovening was the regular
meeting of tho literary oirolo of tho
Y. M. H. A., and a large audienoo
enjoyed tho following excellen pro
gramme: 1. Opening Quartette, from Ermi
nio, from Mrs, Joo Lowino, Miss Bes
sie LewiHe, Sam Lyons, and B.
2. Critics Report, I. A. Goldstein
3. Address Sam Sangor.
4. Vocal Sob Adrian Shapira
5. Instrumental "Solo, Miss Nottie
6. Reading .II Lawronco
7. Vooal Duett Mrs. J. and Miss B.
8. Comic Voeal Solo, B. T. Franklo
Mr. banger's address on on What
a Y. M. H. A.: ought to do," was ap
propriate, and woll taken, and
was listened to with evident
pleasure Mr. H. Lawrence, as law
yer Buzz Fuzz, was very comical, and
mado the hie of the evening.
Thero was a pleasant littlo sooial
gathering at tha rosidenco of Mr. J.
A. Jolomon last Sunday in honor of
Misses Gussio and Ida Schwartz and
Mr. Leopold Lyons and Miss Nettio
Solomon will bo united in marriage at
the Synagoguo Tuosday evening at
Misses Gusio and Ida Schwartz of
Hempstead, are visiting Mrs. B. Alex
ander and Mrs. I. Simmons.
MiFses Melaskey ana flirschGcld of
Austin, aro visiting Airs. Charlie
Mies Sophia Fried of Hempstead,
is visiting Miss Carrio Jaoobs.
THE ELKS WILL ENTERTAIN FRED
Tho Elks having decidod to tonder
the distinguished aotora banquet, tho
following telogram was sen t:
"Waco Elks tonder reception and
chairmanship sooial FCSBion. Answer
designating date you prefer.
"Joe Lek Jameson,
He answered ;
"Shall bo dolighted to aooept your
hospitality Monday evoning, lath.
The mombers of Waco Lodgo No.
16G, with thoir wives, daugh'urs and
eeoorts, will attend tho performance
of "Tho Lion's Month" in a thcator
party. From tho opera house thoy
will repair to tho Elks' olub house,
whoro Mr. Wardo will preside at one
of those delightful occasions known as
the social session, whioh belongs ex
clusively to the order of ElkB.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Farewell, old year,
Wc turn from you
And greeting give
And reader, dear,
Wc wish for thee,
Through all its days,
IT'S A GOOD THING
Early in the year to talk about
JEtxrxiLlst1a.i.xifX Your House.
We have a large and well selected stock of
FssEiianafislB FupnEtuFe 2nd Bppets.
Latest in style, material and finish. We keep everything and
can furnish your house from garret to cellar. Come in and take a look.
R. T. DENNIS &BRO.
Mrn. Claud II. Hamilton and child
ren have returned to their homo in
Temple, after spending Christinas
with relatives in this city.
Mrs. Dr. White iB visiting friends
in tho Capital City.
Mr. H. D. Brown loft on Monday
for New York City whero ho will re
main about two months.
MisB Buokner, tho guost of Miss
Mattio Jones, leaveB on Monday for
Austin. She will also visit several
other Southern oities beforo returning
to her Kentuoky homo.
Mrs. It. Christopher h?s returned
from a visit to Tennossco.
Miss Morris returned homo on
Thursday after a ploasant visit of a
week to Miss llotan.
Miss Electra Peck left on Wednes
day for Fairfield, whpre sho was sum
monod by the serious illness of her
Mrs. William Hamilton and hor
guest, Miss Pcngnot, spent Now Year's
Day in Galveston, returning homo on
Mr. J. C J. King, Jr., has returned
to Now Orleans aftor spending tho
holidays visiting his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. J. C. J. King, on South Third
Miss Rosa King left on Tuesday
for an oxtonded visit to Washington
Mr. Sidnoy P. Smith and wife, noo
Miss Glemmio Holloway, arrived in
tho city Thursday from Wiemer and
have apartments at tho .Pacific hotel.
Real Estate Transfers.
Reported by Waoo Abstract and
Investment Company, 119 South
Fourth street, Waoo, Texas.
E A Jones to J D Hay 9I acre8
Thos Figures sur, $1001.
S B Edens to J T Damron 75 acres
S Burton survey, $1 and others.
T A Arnold ct al. to Robertson &
Davis in t in 41 acres Sanchez $1,
J 1 Hamilton and wife to S Mc
Whirtor 1-2 aero Clements sur,
J T Damron and wife to S B Edona
75 aorcs Burton sur, $1, and others.
E & I) Dietorrnan to A Dieterman
80 aores University, $800.
J W Hunter and wi 0 to J M Witt
lot blk 30 Moody, $1500.
T Evans and wife to W A Field lot
13 blk G Gerald add, 250.
J II Bagby to A E Battle lot 7 blk
12 Ragbv add, $3s0.
First National Bank to O Robin
son ,25 by 125 feet 3 and Equaro blk 7
G B"Gerld to F Hayes 30 acros
Maxwoll sur, $284.
Total Jan. 8, 18o2, 1(17,597.00.
518 AUSTIN ST
Tho Georgian borlously 111 at
DR. HINKLE OF NEW YORK
Sent for by Mr. C'rlup AVIilefc
Clinic Alarm Among tho Friends
of tlio Hpcultor.
Washington, D. 0., Jan. 9. In
spito ot tho favorable reports sent oat
from Speaker Crisp's room the past
two duys, tho speaker is critically ill,'
and bis family is very much alarmed
about his conditbn. Mr. Catohings
said that tho crisis has not been pass
ed and pneumonia is still feared.
The speaker is 0 sensitive
to changes in tho atmosphere
that his bed clothine is sowed about
him in tho shapu of a bag closed ut
1110 nccic 10 proveni ins air roaouing
his body. Tho following telpgram
was sent to E. Hinkle, of tho Union
Crown works, Now York, lubt oyon
ing: "Is your father in tho oitjt Toll
him to oomo to sco Judgo Crisp, who
is siok. Urgent.. Answer.
Mas. C. C. Cittfi'."
Dr. Ilincklo his beon Judgo
Crisp's family physician for twenty
Buy lots and blooks now in Waoo
addition to Rookport, and start Orango
Grovos and Grape Vineyards, and
your fortune is doubly assured. As
these kntls aro enhancing in value
ovory day. Sco an articlo from a.
Rookport paper in another column.
J. E. Anukkbon.
Tho beet restaurant in town, Joo
Lohman's, No. 117 South Fourth