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WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 15. 1888.
We would be glad to have pastors
of the various churches in the city to
send us, evory Saturday, notices of ser
vices to be hold'at tjhelr churches on
the Sabbath following. You will thus
ouable us to give accurate Informa
tion to over five hundred subscri
bers to the News in this city. Our
ofllco is 500)!$ Austin avenue, over
Goldstein & Mlgel's.
Buy feed at Duval! 's 300, Franklin.
Jefl'Davis '-House of Lords."
Just rocleved a large involco of im
ported Clarets at Early & Finks.
Encourage the hens. Eggs are still
scarce and rotall at 20 cents a dozen.
Hay, oats and bran at Duvnll's S00,
Choice country butter is scarce and
sell ut 25 ots. Kansas City butter at
tho same price.
El Paso grapes extra choice at Joe
The lawn party to have been at Mr.
Chas. Beer's residence last night did
not take place. It has been postponed
till next week.
Go to the Silver Moon and call for
what you want.
"Denison will quarantine at once
against refugees from the yellow fe
ver. A quarantine station will be es
tablished north of the city on the Bed
All cholco mixed drinks at the
"House of Lords." .
O. J. Miller's crown mixed for iced
Imported Swiss cheese, Holland
Herring and Russian Sardines, just
arrived at O. J. Miller's.
Go to the dance to-morrow night at
Padgitt's Park. All the pretty girls
will be there.
Strained honey, this 'year's crop at
Parched Java, Moca and Golden
Itlo toffees always fresh, to be had at
the popular store of O. J. Miller,
The tonlest place in the city is the
'House of Lords'," Sixth and Austin
streets, Bare old whiskies and mixed
The Silver Moon is always open and
will give you prompt attention.
Eat your Ice cream at Joe. Leh
man's Ice cream parlor.
(lo to your Unole Duff, the pawn
broker, opposite the MoLclland hotel,
if you need any money or want to
A neat three room house to rent.
Price $8 per months. Plenty of
money to loan on furniture and every
thing of value. John D. Mayfield,
308 Austin street.
The tonlbst barber shop in town Is
that of Jeff Williams, the old "O. K."
stand, Austin street, hear the square.
He has four tonsorlal artists unsur
passed in the state, and a nice cool
room.' Everything kept nice and in
the best of order.
The Waco Installment Company
can satisfy any one who needs furni
ture. They will either rent furniture
or sell it on installments so low that
any one can pay for it. They have a
fine large stook of all sorts of furnl
ture and they soil very cheap. Dont
purchase elsewhere until you have
given them a call. They move and
pack furniture cheaply. Prather
Block Austin street.
A few evenings asro. lust as tlfn lnnf.
rays of tho sinking sun was kissing
the earth good-night, the News re
porter who was wandering around in
tho suburbs of tho city caught tho
strains of distant music Upon search
he discovered at a little cottage not
iar distant, a crude old musician com
fortably seated upon his front gallery
with one foot hung up in a neighbor
ing trep while tho othor lay over tho
dilapidated front irate. nwlno "Ar.
kansas Traveler"and other old time
tunes, in a masterly but vigorous man
ner, upon an antlauated violin. A
number of small boys near by pro
luseiy enumerated to the ronortnr Mm
wonderful talent of this rendum
Opheus and told some thrilling tales
aDout tne agea preformer and his
Three conventions of the 'Union
labor party met In Marlln .vestonlnv.
for thedlstriot comnrlsin? MnT.minmt
Falls and Limestone. The notorial
onventiou nomlnatedMr. J. R. Bennet
of Robinson for floater; the senatorial,
nominated Geo. W. Stubblefleld of
Gollnda, for sta to senator; thejudiclal
convention made no nomination but
loft tho race open for district judge.
The first page of tho News con
tains daily the cream of the tele
grams from all over the world. While
uveryimng. common-place is exclud
ed, anything rare, raoy, unique, im
portant or comical enacted over the
universe is there. Sometimes boiled
down but It Is always there. There
is not much skim milk on our tele
graph page but there is always the
cream or the latest news, and all the
The "Little Five" is a band of five
amateur musicians, talented, industri
ous and ambitious. They have' made
in the past five months some fine mu
sic at private and public parties and
dances, and are quite in demand. To
help the organization a benefit will be
given them at Padgitt Park to-morrow
night in a fine concert and. dance.
Music is a laudable ambition and it r
to be hoped that the Little Five will
be encouraged by a Rood crowd. It
will be an enjoyable time.
This morning about 9 o'clock an
exciting chase 'and race occurred be
tween two small boys, armed with a
formidable looking grubbing, hoe, and
a big dog, the boys chasing the dog
at times and at other times the' dog
chasing ihe boys. The dog was mad
so were the boys. The chase cavcicd
all the streets from Sand Town to
Sixth and Austin street when the dog
was brought down with a. final stroke
of the hoe and dispatched instanter.
When thirsty, go the "House of
Lords" and ask for some of those fine
old whiskies, you,U find them to be
riob, rare and racy.
Yellow fever, the fatal yellow jaok
in its deadly form the black vomito
is spreading its ghastly yellow wings
over Florida. Fortunately Texas
need hardly fear the horrid guest.
Great bargains in unredeemed
pledges at your Uncle Duff Domnau's
opposite the McLelland hotel.
When you need money or have
money to spend go to Uncle Duff
A great many people who have
flowers and shrubbery in their yards
are forced to apply the water works
regularly, to keep the thirsty vegeta
tion from drying up and dying.
The "House of Lords," Jeff Davis
proprietor, is one of the coolest and
pleasautest plaoes in the city. Finest
The Waco Laundry has established
a branch at R. N. Palmers Feed store
corner Eighth and Franklin street.
The new county commissioners are
E. Tom Cox, of Bruoevllle; T. J. Har
per, of Axtell; Geo. P. Boyd, of Pat
rick, and Jaok Cross, of Crawford
The commissioners' court is now in
session, tho subjeot of attention bqlng
the county roads.
Ice cold beer at Bismarck's.
Tho Fort Worth Mall deprecates
the money spent In the Louisana
Lottery every month, and argues
that every drain of money out of a
town injures the town and by reflex
action, the man who spend it.
One of the nicest and quitest places
at wbioh to drink is the Cotton Ex
change. The sohool boys had better pitch In
and enjoy themselves, for the remain
der of this month, vacation will end
then, and the boys will bo forced to
haul out their books which have laid
Idle all summer, aud brush the dust
off and put them in the satohols and
trudge off to sohool.
WnttO f!llHnnlrv Rhnn 7AO711 A,.
,,u,"i tuu, lexns, Duy, sell,
rent or exchange all kinds of second
knnnli f m t
nana gooas, .Nearly now cook stoves
very cheap; everything sold on the
o" nuuuai, now goous, new goods;
Stoves nnd tlnwnro nfnvna ntirl tin.
Ware, stovnn nncl tlnurnrn- nhonn
cheap, cheap, cheap.
Chairs and rockers, chairs and rock
ers, ehalrs and rockers, all at a' bar
gain, all at a bargain.
Mattress common, mattress (rood.
mattress the best. All the best for
the money, best for the money.
Those window shades, those win
dow Bhades, are cheap and good,
cheap and good.
Buy the Union machine. It is the
best, tne best.
Trunks, trunks, trunks. A very
large siock 01 trunics. ,
A little of everything, a great deal
ot many tmngs.
I will furnish every article you
want (new or second hand) for house
keeping, from $10 to $1,000 on weekly
Furniture moved or packed for
shipping. Waco Curiosity Shop,
Waco Curiosity Shop.
FOR SALE. On the installment
plan, two second hand pianos.
Waco Curiosity Shop.
FOR SALE Cheap, nearly new
Charter Oak cook stove, No. 7.
Waco Curiosity Shop.
The extreme hot weather has to
some extent taken tho vim out of the
"White Caps," but thev still live and
are ready to put into effect the pur
poses, of their organization by severe
ly chastising any inhuman monster
who endeavors to make a foqt-ball of
his wife and children.
Joel B. Frazier wnisky, twelve
years old, guaranteed the finest made
at Early & Kinks.
Banana cider and all choice fount
ain drinks at Joe. Lehman's.
The best brands ot scissors ana
shears at Horstull & Cameron.
One of the nicest and quietest places
at which to drink is the Cotton Ex
change. Elgin Creamery Butter the finest
made at Early & Finks.
The best brands of pocket-knives
and razors at Horsfull & Cameron.
A Needed Correction,
To the Evening Newa :
In an issue of The Tiade Review,
of August 13, 1888, 1 notice an article
headed "Soldiers of Peace," alluding
to the fire department, in which, while
you give our volunteer firemen all due
praise, still I think there are som"
1. You state that there are "three
separate companies, two of which are
in Waco proper and one east of the
river." Is not that portion of the city,
which iies east of the river known 'as
the Fifth ward of the city of Waco,
as well as any othet ward ?
Again, you state that "A. M. Pres
cott, ably assisted by Joe S. Thomp
son, fills the honorable and responsi
ble position of chief engineer."
Now, a reference to the books of
the fire department will show that A.
M. Prescott, of Engine Co. No. 1, is
chief, Joe S. Thompson, of Rescue
Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, is 1st
assistant chief.and that A. E. Osburne,
of Hose and Ladder, No. 2, of the
city of Waco, is 2nd assistant chief.
H. and L. No. 2.
The finest beof, mutton, veal, and
fish are alwayo to be found at J. C.
Crlppen's market, corner Fifth and
If you want fruit cans or glass Jars
for canning go to Barney Feldhake's
ANTED To buy a good saddle.
waco uunosity suop.
FOR SALE Cheap, patent swing
framo and cover for hammook, at
Waoo Curiosity Shop.
JOR SALE Stoves and tinware, at
Waoo Curiosity Shop.
TO BENT House 3 rooms on North
Fourth street; also house of three
rooms on South Fifteenth street; ap
ply at Waco Curiosity Shop.
WANTED Dollvory horso and wag
on, at Waco Curiosity Shop.
JOR BALE Largo stock of trunks,
I at Waco Curiosity Shop.
HO RENT OR SELE-Sewing ma
i chines. Waco Curiosity Shop.
TO EXCHANGE Sewing machines
1 for corn, oats, hay or wood at the
waco uuriosity a nop.
WANTED To trade new trunks for
old ones at the Waco Curiosity
OR SALE Cheap, window shades,
at the Waco Curiosity Shop.
FOR SALE Six long tables with
drawers on each side, formerly
used at Hill's Business College. Wa
co Curiosity Shop.
TO SELL Everything at the Waco
TO RENT Everything, at tho Waco
TO SELL Books,. books, books, all
kinds of books, at the Waco Cu
Advocates of the Single Tax on re
lative land values, are requested to
meet at Temperance Hall, Waco, Sat
urday, Aug. 18th, for purpose of orga
nizing a club. Full attendance from
every portion of the county is desired.
3t J. L. Caldwell.
J. B. Gilmer co'a Bargain.
No. 1. A new fl room two-story
brick house in St. Louis, Mo. Corner
of Utah and Iowa streets, No. 2727.
This is in every way a nice place and
only 3 blocks from Benton Park.
Place worth $3800 with an Incum
brance of $2000 which has two yeurs
to run at 0 per cent interest. Will ox
change equity in place for a houso and
lot in Waco. The object of exohang
ingis to locate in some good sized olty
In Texas, and go into the manufactur
No. 2.-10,000 acres in Bandera
county, all under fence In aboutS pas
tures, about 500 acres in cultivation,
58 miles from San Antonio. Ranohe
well stocked. Will exobaugofor Waco
No. 3 10 acres near Daugherty's to
exchange for property in the city,
price $2,000. Also 0 acres near Driv
ing Park to exchange; price $1,600.
No. 4700 acres 01 land in Lime
stone county, ljmlles north of Frosa,
one third down, baianco on as long
time as desired, stook, utensils and
all go with the place, 100 acres in
cultivation, 50 aores pasture, 400 acres
prairie, 300 in timber, tlireo sots of
cabins. Will sell at a bargain.
No. 5 520 acre farm, consists of
lots N. 5 and 0 of tho Antouio Man
chaca survey, is all under good flvo
wire fen co, about 75 aores in cultiva
tion, balance in pasture, a good frame
houso . . ti rooms on tho placo, barn
and other Improvements. The land
Is about 0 miles sojith of Bolton and
one milo from Salado Kivor on which
is located a steam flouring mill. Val
ue $20 per acre. Will exchange for
lumber, or Waco property.
No. 0125 acres lf( miles northwest
of Walnut Springs, all under fonco,
nearly all tillable 70 or 80 acres in
cultivation, plenty of wator. Price
$1,800, one third cash, baianco to suit
No. 7 Lots 1 and 2 blook 17, Cham
berlin addition. North 5th and Ky.
avenue. Price $1,700. '
No. 84 lots block 13, Bell's addi
tion on 23d and Cleveland Sts., also
lots on 22d and Flint Sts. South
west corner blook 5 Boll's addition.
Will take $1,000 for all.
J. B. Gir.MEit & Co.,
H. JacoDs tne Austin avenue tailor
has Just received a magnificent lino
of now goods for tho fall trade, of
latest styles and all tho novelties.
If you want a nobby suit of latest
and best fit call at -wee.
That Damage Suit.
The city is suod for damages. It
seoms tlierells a short space on South
Ninth street where there are three or
rour gullies running diagonally across
tho street, which tho cltvhas nmrlmit-
ed to fix until tho Curiosity Shop,
loaaea witn a set or furniture, a gaso
line stove, a larare mirror and n. lnlnf
dishes, run in the ditch, tipped over,
uruKe overruling generally, nenco
tho damage suit.
Oranflll and the Advance.
Whllo that lively llttlo sheet, the
Advance, has boon removed to Dallas,
tho editor is still here In Waco and
the Waco Curiosity Shop proposes to
prohibit high prices on stoves and
furniture aud glvo notlco now that
they will liavo a full stock of both,
and will make it hotter this fall and
winter than it was during' tho tlmo
that hell was full of preachers.
A largo majority of tho voters of
Waco cast their ballot for tho Waco
Tho attention ol tho city council Is
called to South Ninth streot, between
Dutton and Clovelaud streets. Tlfolr
never has been any work dono there,
and it is almost Impossible. The Cu
riosity Shop is in for a damago suit.
Many ladles in Waco are now using
stoves that neod no plpo, no flue that
makes ;uo smoke, dirt or soot, that
burns neither wood nor coal. This
curiosity can be seen at tho Curiosity
Window shades, window shades,
window shades, window shados, win
dow shades, window shades, window
shades, window shades, window
shades, window shades, window
shades, window shades, window
shados, window shades.
Waco Curiosity Shop.
FOR BALE A great bargain; No.
7 Harvest cook stovo, with reservoir,
nearly now. Waco Curiosity Shop.
FOR SALE A great bargain; $35
will by a bed-room sot worth $(10.
Waco Curiosity Shop.
R. H. Gray,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc.
Country Prodncc Bought and Sold:
For drinks, ioe cold, fresh and deli
cious go to Kophals.
A fine lino or dried fruits at hair
prioe at Early & Finks.
The finest of cigars and tho coldest
of beer at tho Cotton Exchange.
Milk shakes at Kophals.
Swiss cheeso at Early & Finks.
Summor sausago at Early & Finks.
Fine comb honoy at Joe Thomp
son's. You will savo money by patroniz
ing the Silver Moon rostaurant.
A cholco cuisine at Joo. Lohman'a
rostaurant; tho loading restuarant,
A Fine Oirer.
Do you want hay, corn, bran, wood,
chickens, eggs, butter, cow atd calf,
or have you anything to soil or barter,
hoo Geo. B. Lambdin. I do business
at present uudor my bat, and can bo
faund on tho streot after nino o'clock
until four. Gno. B. Lamiidin.
I will buy your cow and lot you
keep her as long as you buy feed from
me, or will bring you a cow, if yoa
have none. '