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THE EVENING NEWS. SATURDAY. JUNE 30, 1894.
A CENTRAL MARKET
Would be a Great Convenience in
Waeo, Says a Gentleman.
"I have never b'jen able to under
stand," said Landlord Hunter of the
Hotel Royal, "why Waco haB no
general market. 1 do all the buying
for my table and it is very anoying
to have to go to a half-dozen dif
fercnt placeH to buy as many articles.
If acontral market were established
where country produce and such
things necsaary for the table could
be procured it would be a great ad
vantage to the hotel men and those
who buy for privato families as
Application for l'caco Ilond.
Will Rogers, a barber by occupa
tion, was arrested yesterday on a
uharge of threatening to kill his
wife, lie will have a hearing bo
fore Justice Gallagher this aftor
noon to show why ho should not be
placed under a poaco bond.
Rogers was recently acquitted ol
a charge of lunacy in tho county
Roal Eatato Transfers.
Roportcd from Dilworth's ab
stract office, No. 11!) South Fourth
A Fabre to J F Carson et al, lot
5, block 3, Hayden's addition,
J W Castles to W It Dunnica,
parts of blocks 2 and 3, of Belmont
J A McNeill and wife to J L
Griffith, part of Cohen addition,
E M IOving et al to I Marx, lots
5 and 5 of block 1, Crain addition,
F J Ashburn et al to B S Crow,
lots 1 and IS in block 1 of Ash
burn addition, $300.
Joseph Donnison, to M C Slake
spear, 0 acres of tho Hardin Nevill
D C MoGrcgor and wife to W
Komain, lots 5 and G in block 2 of
Beall's addition, 11,600.
W WNunnaud wife to C P
Church, lot 3 of block 1 1 in Craw
Anthony MoMullen to M A Sul
livan, 123 acres of the Carlos
O'Campo grant, 1,400.
R O Rounsavall to Sanger Btob.,
lot 17 in block 231 of Reynolds'
T 0 Tibbs to Dowitt Barron, 150
acres of the J U Hatch 081 2 5 acre
T C Tibbs to Rosa J Barron, 402
acreB of tho J II Hatch 07125 acre
Cheap Excursion Rates.
Tho San Antonio and Aransat
Pass railway announce tho follow
ing exourhon rates on account of tl.e
bicycle meeting at San Antonio:
Tiokets will be sold July 1 and 2,
good until July 0. One faro foi
On account of tho Fourth of Julv
celebration thoy will sell to all parts
on thoir litiu July 2 to -1 inclusive,
good to return July 7 at one and
one-third faro for refund trip.
Telephono Bell's drug storo and
have Dr. Sadler, tho Chiropodist,
call and remove your corns without
A Sure Cure for Piles.
Itchiug Piles are known by moil'
turo like perspiration, causing in
tonso itching when warm. Thii
form as well as Blind, Bleeding oi
Protruding, yield at onoo to Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which aoU
directly on parts affected, absorb
tumors, allays itching and effeota s
permanent oure. 50 ots. Druggist
or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bo
hanko, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold by Williamson Drug Com
We, tho undersigned, tho board
of equalization of tho City of Waco,
will hold a meeting in tho assessor
and collector's ollice in tho City of
Waco on Monday, July 9, 1891, at
which time wo will hear reasons why
tho assessments as raised by us
Hhould not bo inado final.
A notice will do mailed by tut
city secretary to each taxpayor
whoso assessment has been raised
by us. Thos. F. Manx,
Waco, Texas, Jane 27, 1894.
George Solomon Wins a Diamond at
In the bicycle raco at Houston
yesterday the following race, the
second on the card, was won by
George L. Solomon, a Waco boy:
One-quarter of a mile, first prize
a $50 diamond, second prize a fine
track ropa. Entries, R. A. Jones,
Edgar Boren, W. A. Parker, W.
P Taokabory, O. II. Van Reuse
laer, R. H. UofhoiLZ, J. A. Roach,
G. L. Solomon, Jacob Waelder, C.
D. Krauae, M. Bun, R. D. Hub
bard. The new entries in this race
gave it very general interest. Tho
start was fairly even and it began
with a ruah and so continued to the
finish. A few feot from the finish
Edgar Boren led with 3 steady pull
with Solomon half a wheel behind.
Within ten feot of the goal Solomon
ducked his head and with a spurt
pulled twelve inchoa in tho lead.
Tho excitement became intense.
Tho finish was in this order: Solo
mon first, Boren second, W. A.
Parker a close third. It was a fine
raco. Time 0:41 3 5.
Solomon is developing great speed
and is.a phenomenon in wheeling cir
cles, having only been riuing a few
We will bcII canned California
goods very cheap for balance of this
month. GitiniiLK Bkos.
McCullough will bo in tho box
for Waco at the great ball game be
tween Waco and Birmingham this
afternoon. Don't fail to go.
During tho months of June, July
and August I will havo a special
summer school, studios, business
arithmetic, grammar, spelling,
businesa corrospondenco, commer
cial law and ponmanship. Hours,
9 a. in. to 12 in., 2 p. m, to 4 p
m. Terms extremely moderate.
A few months work at my college
will enable pupils to enter higher
grades when public schools ie-open.
For further particulars address
Practical Business College, Edward
Toby, Jr., president.
Telephone 4 for coal.
International Christian Endeavor
Convention at Cleveland, Ohio.
Tho 13th International Christian
Eudoavor convention convenes in
Cleveland, Ohio, July 11th to 15th.
It will be attended by about 25,000
young people and will afford a rare
opportunity for hearing tho most
noted Christian workers of the day,
and besides furnish a moctt delightful
summer trip at very littlo expense.
Tickets will be soldJuly 8th to llth
inclusivo at ono faro for the round
trip, good to return until July 31st,
but if deposited with the joint agent
of the terminal lines in Cleveland
on any date piior to July 31st, will
be made valid for retum until Sep
Delegates and visitors from Texas
will be assigned to private homos
surrounding Madison Avenue Con.
grcgational church,- which will be
their headquarters, at very moder
ate rates, or if preferred hotel ac
commodations can bo had for $2 00
Attractive Bide trips to Niagara
Fallf, Toronto, Canada, Chautau
qua and other points by boat and
rail at cheap rates will bo arranged
from Cleveland. Texarkana is the
rallying point for tho state. At
7:30 p. m. on Monday July 9lh the
spooial excursion cars will leave
there over tho "Cotton Bolt Route"
for Memphis and then via tho L. &
N. for Cincinnati and via tho Big
Four to Cleveland, arriving there in
time for the opening exercises on
Wednesday evening. This is the
official route selected by Rev. H.
G. Scudday, excursion manager for
Texas delegates and visitors who
will givo all necessary information
3nd will mail aa itinerary of
tho trip giving details to all per
sons writing him in reference there
to at Longv.e-, Tt-xin, or
S. G Warscb,
G. P. A., Tylor, Texas.
A. A. Olisson,
T. P. A., Furt Worth, Texas.
The Citizens of
Are Respectfully In
vited to go and
The finest works of art in photo
engraving ever produced -in the
State of Texas, are now engraved
in Waco, on gold or silver, suoh as
watohea, lockots, etc , by the artii
tio jewelry engraver, Mr. M. L.
LandiB, at the Texas Jewelry Manu
facturing Co., 123 South Fourth
They are prepared to do all
kinds of engraving on gold, silver,
etc., such as watohea, charms, rings,
umbrella bandits and silverware,
We engrave soript or ornamental
letters, monograms, flowers, or any
thing wanted on your jewelry.
Engraving camp, name and ad
dress on lodge badges a specialty.
We engrave full name on watches,
etc , at 5 cents a letter.
Special attention called to holiday
and wedding presents not yet en
graved. Also, the principles of engraving
taught to both sexes.
Ladies are specially invited to call
and sie our beautiful tolid gold and
silver hand engraved charms and
bangles. We tngrave them to order.
A fao simile of your own signature
engraved. Your own special design
engraved on medals, etc. Call and
sec our beautiful designs of work.
IT USED TO BE
THE CAPER, BUT
IT DON'T GO NOW.
It is a funny thing how old fogy
some people used to bo. The mat
ter of getting a suit used to be vory
much like buying a cat in a bag.
They did not know 'till after they
made the purchase whether they
were going to get a black cat, a yel
low cat, a big cat or a little oat.
Thoy just saw tho goods in the
piece at the tailors, told him to
make them a frook suit, and then
after waiting six weeks did not
recognizo the cloth when they got
it. It did not do any good to Bay
"I thought this piece of goods was
black, but now since it is made up I
see it is blue, and I don't want a
blue suit," or "If I had ktown how
a frock coat was going to look on
me I would have ordered a sack
coat " But, oh! what an evolution
of late years since our reaiy-made
clothes havo become the fathion.
Here you get the same goods, the
same making, the same irinminge
and linings, the same style and the
same fit for abouc half the money
It does not matter what kind of a
m3n you are, whether big or little,
straight i r stooped, short or tall,
there are ready-made suits at the
j. Haneelwood Clothing comnan
that will fit you perfectly. There
were m3ny men just like you who
med to think they oonld not be fitted
by a clothier, but having once tried
our ready-made garments they will
never return to the tailor. The 20
per cent, spot cash discount sale
(black suits from $25 up orly ex
oepted) which this firm inaugurated
last Monday is still in progress.
Join the orowds of bargain hunters
that are daily thronging their establishment.
At Lewine Brother
521 eLXxd 328 Austin
You will see "Sights and Scenes" not
Book form, but Sights and Scenes in
Dry Goods and Clothi
AT SUCH LOW PRCE8
That Will Interest You.
Having determined to close out the Dry Good I
Shoes in tnis siock, we maie such prices
A SCENE IT TO BE
Not- even in KUROPK can fronds hr hnimit.n!..
""b"1 di me pritjjJ
anu !... jv. .. v. .v.w. .... w.. -...ii.iMuy scenes you WJ
tercstcd in the sight ol such low prices.
Not i lone are the prices low, but the qualities ate up total
This week, we make a
SPECIAL SALE OF ALL
A kind of Jubilee for the beneft of those
who want to fix up for the Fourth of July,
Come, and you will buy at
521 & 523 Austin Street
DEANE'S CABINET PHOTOS
At $2.50 Per Dozen at Deal
Until further notice Deane will make a fine grade of Cabinet
at 2.50 per dezen. This work will be superior to any in
copting my regular high-priced $'5 00 work. My hours for makiif
atives whl be from 10 to 3 o clock, so it will not interfere with mj
priced work. Those holding tickets ltsued by Jackson, will get i.
reduction of DO cents on tach ticket presented at my Studio, da
once, as thu offer is limited.
Over Connor, Tacktr iCJ
An Organ For Sale.
''he Nkws offioo.
An oxoollent new organ no second
hand affair P.ll . M ,.,.,,. H2
Phono 91 for tho finest barbecued
meat in the city.
Reduced Rates via M. K. & T.
1. San Antonio wheel races,
July 2 to 4, round trip tickets on
sale July 2 to 3, good until July 5
for return, one fare for return trip.
2. Houston July 11 to 13, meet,
ing Horticultural society. Tickets
on sale July 10 and 11, good for re
turn until July 16; one fare for
3 Sin Marcos, July 4 to 22,
"(J. autauquas." Round trip tickets
on pale July 3 to 20, good until
J my 23 tor return. Une and one
third fares for the round trip.
4. Oa account of the Fourth of
July, Round trip tickets will bo
"ild July 2, 3 and 4, good for re
turn until July r, at one and one
5. Round trip tickets on gale
daily, good for 30 days for return,
to Galveston for $0 30, Corpus
Christi $12 70, Rookport13 10.
J. E. Smith,
Ticket Agent, Missouri, Kansas
and Texas Railway, 119 South
Fourth street, Waco, Texas.
THIS MATTER OF
Allowing big prices for old
fquare pianos as part payment
on new uprights is all wrong.
Peddlers who have ceased from
peddling and broken into the piano
trade do it, but it is a brazen decep
tion, because every dollar too much
they ailow on Jhe old is counter
balanced by a dollar toomuih added
to the prioe of the new, and tho new
at best is shoddy. Nine times out
of ten the men who snll them are
irresponsible, ana tho guarantee
thoy give not wort the paper the)
are 'vr.tten on.
No matter what square pianos
may havo cost in the sweet long ago,
they are no good now, and oan hardly
be givtn away, much less sold.
So when you come to buy, we will
charge you an honest price for a
new piano and allow an honest
price for the old.
THOS COGGAN -& 3RO.
The "Rock Island Route" U now
running through vestibule sleeping
cars between Texas and Colorado,
leaving Fort Worth daily at 8:15 p.
m., and arriving in Denver at 7:45
second morning. If you intend
makiug a bui-inues or pleasure trip
to Colorado this summer, call on
your nearest t'ck)t agent, or address
the undersigned for folders, rates or
It is noodles to add that wo atill
continue to run the "Flyer" to
Kansas City and Chicago without
ohauge of oars.
Purchase your tickets via "The
Great Rock Island Route," and get
full value for your money.
J. C. McCabk, G. P. A.,
Fort Worth, Texaa.
Because we think wee
you by our prices that wed
A few of our low pw
for this week:
Best strained honey, per lb..
3 crown loose raisins, 1W
A good broom for
Best keg pickles, per giL.
All goods sold acoordiDgljj
J. M. ANDERSON!
121 South Third!
Fonudr? and Ha
Are now prepared with J
workmen in Centralis.
. j e ,.; a.-nrk.
Light and heavy m J
gines, boilers anu i- y
repaired on suu" "-
the jobs you have V
208, 209, 210 fl
For this month" ,jj
30, we will !1 J
Actual Cost for CJ
Wo have a iMg "' itiil
hand, and m Z J
offer in oraw ,
carrying over untlj
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