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Street Car Schedule.
Fifth Street (J cars) Trlpsocrylfimln.
UnhcisltyHelt CI cars)... . ' " 10
Washington Fr'lln (Icars) ' " 10 "
l,ailgltt,Bl,ark(2cars) " " 11 "
Ten cars nro now running. It requires thirty
minutes to ninkothc routiil trip on each .lino
Capacity, thirty cars In stable,
WACO. TEXAS. JULY 24. 1888.
Tho cabbage crop is over.
Swiss choeso at Early & Finks.
Go to tho Sllvor Moon mid call for
what you want.
Joo Thompson's, 4th and Franklin
strcots, is headquartors for grocorlos.
Tho Woman's Exchango moots ov
ory Thursday at tholr headquarters.
A lino lino of Dried Fruits at half
prlco at Early & Finks.
Local watormolons aro now plenti
ful and reasonably cheap.
If you want fruit cans or glass jars
for canning go to Barney Foldhako's
Tho Contral City Lodgo K. of L.
give a ball to-night at 1'adgittB Park.
Summer sausage atEarly& Finks.
Tuckor's "Chill Cure" novor fails.
No Strychnino nor Arsenic.
Tho irropresslblo Major Moran sold
yesterday to J. W. Mann fifty tons of
baled hay at$G por ton.
Coldost keg beer in town at I'alaco
Consult your own interest' and buy
your groceries at Joo Thompson's.
Elgin Creamery lUittor tho finest
mado at Early & Finks.
Tho school committco moots to-day
at 4 o'clock to appoint a teachor for
tho Contral high school in place of
Miss Culbortson, resigned.
Fancy grocorlos, fino wines and
liquors at Early & Finks.
Largo lot of clarots and Rhinqwino
to oloso out cheap, at tho Palace
. The Sllvor Moon is always opon and
will give you prompt atlontlon.
You will savo monoy by patroniz
ing tho Sllvor Moon restaurant.
Rarest o'ld whiskey for chill and
fover bitters at Palace saloon.
If you want a bargain In real ostato
call on Jones, Battlo & Jones, under
Ico cold bottlo beer, pints $1.50 per
dozon; quarts $2.50 per dozen at Pal
Great bargains in unredeemed
pledges at your Uncle Duff Domnau's
opposite the McLolland hotel.
Joel B. Frazler whiskey' twelve
years old, guarranteed the finest made
at Early & Finks.
just received a large invoice of im
ported Clarots at Early & Finks.
Ladles, Tuuker has just received a
largo shipment, fresh.of tho celobrated
Go to your Uncle Duff, tho pawn
broker, opposllo the MoLelland hotel,
ifyoujneed any money or want to
Tuckers Simple Remedies aro work
ing big results for tho pooplo, true
merit will out.
If you would avoid being billious,
take Tuckor's "Brazos Chil' Cure "
tho very best aud purost anti-malarial
remedy in the market.
Few business men, in Waco, aro as
well prepared to handle their business
as John D. Mayllold, Ho buys all
IHiwla ef ..nfact ntlfl lnilfla lHntlAV Oil
all kinds of so'curlty and for any de-
sireu lengtn oi timo.
Mr. J. H. Bird, of Tehuacanna, says
with one bottlo of Tuckor's "Brazos
Chill Cure" ho broke up, last week,
threo piihpm of (thills and fever. On
Mondnv h hnucrht two moro bottles
for his laborers, stating that ho felt
suro this medlciilo would koop them
on their foot, whereby ho would bo
enabled to save his crop.
Tho gonulno imported Cruse & Flls
Cliatau Boullao at Early & Finks.
Tho war mado on the Texas railroad
pool by Attorney-General Hogg is
Having an effect on freight rates.
Tho Rod Stocking baso ball club.
Jeff Davis, mauagor, aro out on tho
Bosquo to-day enjoying thomselves.
The Wholesale Grocers base ball
club and tho Majors aro playing a
game of ball at Padgltt's park, begin
ning at throo o'clock this afternoon.
Tho coldness of tho nights Is strik
ingly contrasted with tho heat of the
day, Just now. Towards morning ox
tra bed covering is necessary.
A canning factory would havo dono
a good business this year and would
havo been a bonanza to truck far
mors. Wheat coming in soils at varied
prices according to condition, which
varies greatly. Tho prlco paid by
tho mills rouges all tho way from
sixty to sovonty-Jivo cents.
To-morrow night a grand love-feast
is to bo hold at Morrow street church
In placo of tho usual sorvlcos. Tho
young men's prayer mooting, it is
understood will adjourn and join with
Tho "Workers," an organization of
young peoplo of tho Christian church,
givo an ontortalumont to-night at tho
formor resldenco of Mr. Jas. I. Moore,
11th and Austin streets. Tho enter
tainment Is yclept a "Povorty Party."
Tho unsottlod condition of tho water
supply is affecting Insurance matters
and putting insuranco mon in some"
what of a quandary. One or two in
stances aro said to havo occurred
where risks were declined on account
of tho uncertrlnty of firo protection
The wagons loaded with wheat, oats
and hay, sometimes in long trains,
which may now boseon filing Into tho
city on every load north, east, south
and west is a gratifying sight. Thoso
wagons aro only tho advance guard
of groat wagon trains yet to come.
His Honor Mayor Hlnchman is ad
vertising in tho Morning Day, tho of
ficial organ of tho city, for bids for
tiio construction of stroot crossings at
Third and Austin and Sixth and Aus
tin streets, also for tho 'construction
of sidewalks whore owners neglect to
Mr. John D. Mayileld, socretary of
the Texas Savings Loan Association,
says it is easy for Waco peoplo to ob
tain homes. Property is cheap and
ho will furnish three-fourths tho
mono- needed in any purchase,
Small monthly payments.
Tho street car company is deriving
a good deal of custom on its belt
linos from partios who ride
in tho evening around a bolt for tho
fresh air and for rost. In tho even
ing a reporter lias watched quite a
number of peoplo who ride around for
tho ride's sake.
Plans aro being drawn by Mr. C. C.
Cook for tho now MoNell hotel tho
foundations of which are being laid
at tho corner of Eight and Washing
ton streets and if built after the plans
shown us will bo a grand ornament to
tho city. It Is to cost not less than
There aro now one hundred and
sixty telephones in use in tho city and
for tho past fow months the service
has boon simply superb. The young
lady operator, who loft recently to
marry, was never known to give an
impatient or fretful answer to a call,
which is a patent of amiability to
thoso who know the vexation of a
While two ladles, Mrs. C. B. El
drlge and daughter, were driving in
a buggy down Austin street this
morning at ton o'clock they started
to turn around and got In front or a
vehicle loaded with oats. The toniruo
struck the hind wheel of the buggy
breaking it, upset tho buggy ana
threw both ladles out to tho ground.
Fortunatoly neither were Injured but
badly frightened. The colorou man
driving the vehlclo was arrested.
Tho Houston and Texas Central
road havo placod some fino passenger
coaches on their lino one of which is
attached to tho train which runs from
Waco to Bremond. They are very
elaborately finished In fine mohogauy
and have a steam heating apparatus
"for winter use, and also havo an ole-
gant ladies' lavatory included.
These coaohes aro mado by Pullman
& Co. and cost somowhore in tho
neighborhood of $7,000 or $8,000.
They are beauties, and aro said to bo
aaiong some of tho handsomest cars
in the state.
The Quick Meal
gasoline stove is abso
lutely safe and free
from dirt, soot or
smoKe; does its work
quicker, cheaper and
better than any other
stove made. -
A Quick Mea)
stove means comfort
to the cook and per
The latest improv
proved Quick Meal
is sold in Waco only
by the Waco Curios
The Ouick Meal
gasoline stove will be
exchanged for other
stoves or goods.
The Quick Meal
saves more than half
the labor in cooking.
A pretty young Jersey cow, dry, is
in tho pound tho last ono of the
butchrun in a low days ago.
An elegant two-story residence is
about finished on 13th and Jefforson
street. It is being built by Jim
Tho elegant residence of Mr. S. F.
Kirksey, on Fourteenth and Austin
streets, is about complotod. It is a
building admirably adapted to tho
climate. Evorj room in the building
has not loss than throo windows made
accessible to tho southern breezo.
Tho Worshipful company of cun
niug little cooks will givo ono of their
piquant ontortainments on Thursday
ovenlng' at tho residondo of Capt. D.
It. Gurloy, to tho happy recipients of
special invitations. It is called in the
invitations a Greenaway party.
In the city court this morning the
following cases were tried : J. T. Wil
liamson, colored, charged with com
mitting a nulsanco,dischargod; W. B.
Rinker, assault aud buttory, filled
$5 j Mary Ross and Josie Thornton,
colored, fighting, fined $5.
TheH. and T. C. road will com
mence on tho 7th of August to sell ex-eursion.round-trip
tickets, to Midloth
ian, Texas, to the re-union of Parson's
brigade which commonces at that
place on tho 7th of August and con
tinues until the 10th. Thoso tickets
will be sold at very cheap ratos and
held good until tho 10th of August.
Tho ropo which launched tho soul
of Conrad Jackson into mysterious
and unfathomable eternity is now on
exhibition in tho saddle shop of Mr.
Jim Crowder on South Third streot.
As it hungs thero in its harmless wuy,
and wo view its silent coils and
scrutinize tho material of whloh it is
made, wo think of tho history it pos
soses, aud tills distinguishes it from
There aro not firo boxos enough in
the oUy. When tho lire company in
troduced tho boxos, thoywero obliged
in ordor to raiso tho monoy to call on
privato parties and different neigh
borhoods rosponded raising most of
tho money to pay for a box to bo loca
ted In their viclulty tho llro depart
ment paying tho remalndor. Addi
tional boxes could bo had wo supposo
in the same way by any neighborhood
which felt an alarm box desirable.
Tho now business building on
Fourth stroot, botwoon Austin and
Franklin stroot, Is just now
receiving tho finishing touches. It
oxcltes a good doal of attention bo
cause it is a beautiful building with
stylo absolutely now in Wuco. Evo
ryoue stops to admiro it. It is tho
first building really adaptod to tho
cllraato of Texas, which has yet boon
built in the city and is a doparturo
in arohitocturo. Tho plans aro by
architect C. C. Cook.
Tho standard Unltod States flag has
boon recoived at tho federal building
and will bo raised to-night, wlillo a
grand illumination will tako placo of
tho entire fedoral building the occa
sion bolng tho tostlng of gas. Tho
olaborato.systom of oloctrloand gas
fixtures in tho fedoral building is
worth a visit to sco, and to-night
when all are burning it will mako a
a grand illumination. The building
will be thrown open to visitors at eight
On the first pago will be found new
names to a largo and flourishing busi
ness well established in the good
opinion of tho people of Waco, Les
slng, Solomon &' Co., succeeding to the
buslnois of H. B. Claflln & Co. Under
tho w.w management a big impetus
will bo given to a business which has
made rapid stridos and secured a big
trado In a very short tlmo. In a fow
short days tho addition to tho now
store building will bo completed and
thoroughly stocked and then look out
for a rush in trado such as never seen
before Fino goqds and low pricos
and big sales.
A Fine OflV:.
Do you want hay, corn, bran, wood,
chickens, eggs, butter, a cow and calf,
or havo you any tiling to soil or barter,
seo Geo. Ji. Dambdon. I do business
at j resent under my hat, and can ho
faund on tho street after nluo o'clock
until four. Gr.o. B. Lamiidik
I will buy your cow and lot you
koop her Us long as you buy food from
mo, or will bring you a cow, if you
W. M. Toaglo, Marlin; J. J. Keat
ing, Texas; W.C. Lyons, Now York,
It. II. Thomas, Dallas; W. W. Elliott,
Deunisoii; R. Fraussou, Galveston;
J. H. King, Ennls; C. C. Dixon, Tox
arkaua; P. A. L. Gass, Chas. Wosloy,
Chas. Bolifoton, Pat Fish, A. M. Jlon
noy, Jim Fish, C. Murphy, E. White
and Dr. J. II. Montgomery, Toxar
kana; E. W. Whlto, Now York; Os
car S. Volt, Now York; Albort Stlfol,
Cincinnati: M. L. Sims, Chostorvlllo;
J. H. Mlddloton, Hlllsboro; D. E.
Glndry and W. H. LaBauni, Edna,
Texas; Mr. S. Glass, Mrs. S. Glass,
imissos Agnos anu i'jmma uiaus, vic
J. B. Horoford, Dallas, G. T.
Louis; C. K. Mahood, Lynchburg, Va.;
H. Strauss, Cincinnati.
Ono lady says she can do her own
work with a quick meal stovo with
less labor than sho can look aftor a
hired irlrl and thon thoro is no steal-
ago of wood or victuals, no dirt, no
sinoKo, no noat, no gin to payor loou.
Waco Cukiosity Shop.
Thero arrived in Nowark, O., the
othor day, In a two-whool vehicle,
drawn by a pony, a man giving tho
mimo of Harry H. Smith. Ho said he
had made tho Journoy from Ban Bor
nardlno county, Oil., had been on tho
road since tho 13th of January last,
and was now on his way to New
Yesterday Major Moran reduced
hay to $0.50 por ton for baled and for
loose hay $4.75 per ton; to-day ho has
reduced ills baled hay to $5.50 per
ton. It takos u man of indomitablo
ouergy to attond to such a business
as lie is doing and tho Major will do
it if ho is obliged to sell his hay at
one cont profit por balo. Now is the
timo forthopooploof Waco to buy hay.
I can savo $40 por month by using
a Quick moal. says Mrs Jiuuos H.
White. Not quite, says Mr. K. Mrs.
W. overy cont of it Mrs K. Mrs.
Whito. If you can mako it plain to
rao how you can do that I will sell
overy lady in Waco one. Mrs. White,
I can do this work myself and savo a
girl's wuges aud board and wastage,
which is not loss than $25. Mr. iv.
and tho othor $15, Mrs. Whlto; Mrs.
W. Oh ! Well say stealago $5. com
fort and satisfaction $10, and that is
a low estimate. I would not tako
$100 for mine.
Best Soda Wator in Waco is at
Morrison, Rlsher & Co's Now Drug
Storo. "Only tho host" fruit juices
are usod, and tho greatest euro is
taken to oroduco tho best glass oC
soda in tho world.
You can got a squaro moal at any
hour at Bismarck's.
Havo your moving and packing
dono by tho Waco C. B.