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Itr. Sanders, Dentist, !, Austln.Ave.
311 Austin Btnct-trnJp Is btltk there.
Stolte Brothers for fresh bread,
.111 Atutln Street flnet cheviot goods.
Dr. Sanders, Dentist, 1 X Auatln Arc.
illl Austin street so there anC trad.
Hlank llros". celebrated candy at Kophtl't.
atl Austin street Is headquarters.
Dr. Sanders, Dentist, WUf Austin At.
finest of children's tweets at Lophal's.
111 Austin street look out fortho number.
The children nil no to Kophal's.
ail Austin street, leads the trade.
Genuine Misetoi grapes at Kophat's
ail Austin street. Is the lucky number.
Take Peelers Chill Sruj--No Clue No Pa
111 Austin street solicits your trade.
Splendid California pears at Kophat's.
ail Austin street all streets lead to It.
Stolto llrothert for fresh bread.
Chiap for cash only. J. M. Cooper, Waco
Satisfaction guarantied on everj thing jou
buy at Peeler's Drug Slore.
.1. M Cooper, the proprietor of Woco Supply
Store lssellDig all kinds of groceries and pro
visions iht aper then the cheapest.
Peeler's Cough Sjrnp cure' coughs and
coius wnen an oiners mi.
Stolto Brothers ktcp constanrlyon hand all
country produce, frish.
l'ccler's Drug Store for Dressing Cases, Sha
ving bets. Work Iloxes, Manicure Sets mid
Farmers nro Invited to call nt Waco Supply
Store to tee lion cheap lobacco, Flour, Sugar,
Coffee and all kinds of heavy groceries are sold.
John M. Cooper, l'rop.
I'eelcr's Blood Alternthc Mill purify the
blood when nothing else 'will. It Is warran
ted. feeler's Drug Storu Is tho cheapest placo In
Waco to get your prescriptions lllled. Only
Peeler's Liver Pills ore tho best In tho world,
small and easy to take. Every box warranted
Vou will avo monoy bv bujlng what jou
want In the Drug line nt Peeler's Drug Stere,
Corner 5 th and Austin street
J. M. Cooper the now proprietor of Waco
Supply Store Is going to sell goods this fall, if
good goods and low prices will do the work,
call on him.
Turnip seed, finest, thlB year's crop) rye and
barley seed, fresh and pure, at Palmer's seed
and feed store, Lightu and Franklin streets.
Peeler's Drug Store for Violin nnd Guitar
Strings, Paper, Pins, Ink and Pencils, all at
Peeler's Cholera Mixture will cure cramp
colic, cholera morbus, diarrha-n nnd llux. War
ranted. Try mo and Bee If I don't undersell all of the
boja. J. M. Cooper, Waco Supply Store.
Fresh lire ad delivered at your residence
everyday by Stolte Brothers.
Peeler's Drug Store for Perfumery, Face
Powders, Toilet Soup, Combs and Brushes.
Cheapest in town.
Peelpr's Corn Ilemovcr takes off corns with
out pain or scar. XoCuw .VoI'ai!
Dr. J. It. Boyctt, dentist, corner:An3tln nnd
Cash wanted at tho Wnco Supply Store and a
big pile of groceries is glun for a small amount
J. MjCoopor, Prop.
Hememher WacoSnpply Storo for bargains,
J. M. Cooper
Stolte Brothers keep nothing but tho freshest
of ever) thing in their store.
311 Austin street choice, line, fancy nnd
Tobacco from J25 cents to 45 cents at Cooper's
Otstfiw 1 1 Joo Lehman Is now preparod to
fnrnish his patrons oysters fried, slewed,
broiled, pan-roast, ovster loaf, box fry nnd in
any other style, together with all other things
tho market supplies in their bcosoh.
D. II. Spencer's music storo is a busy place
since his friends have learned ho is In Waco.
Ho has sold four organs and ono piano in Eix
,InJ..Tllc ,lallct aml Davis pianos and Chica
go Cottage organ, with I). H. Spencer ao sales
man w ill And u safe retreat in many homos.
Barrow Goebcl, mcot market, Austin
Avenue, between 7th and 8th. Finest meats,
oysters, Hsh etc , to he had in this market
delivired to am oart of the tltj.
llio above price only good to 1st or October
for Hemi-AiiMirnpltn e,u. c v.....
Kelly A. NtniKlircr.
No. 00ft Austin treet, keops everything lu
groceries and produce. First class goods at
reasonablo prices, and prompt delivery.
Givehimncnll when buying groceries, and
jou will be pleased with the way they do busi
A II Ik Ilrlie.
10 pounds Primes for 81. no.
20 pounds Dried Apples for 1.00.
30 pounds Dried Pi-aches for 1.0).
HO pounds Grits for $1,00.
30 pounds Hominy for 81. w.
O. J. MlLLFII.
A Flue Offer,
Do you want liny, corn, bran, wood,
chickens, oj-ga, butter, a cow and calf,
or have you anything to sell or barter,
see Goo. B. Lambdin. I do busines
at prosont under my hat, and can bo
found on tho street after nlno o'clock
until four. Gi:o. B. Lamiidin.
I will buy your cow and lot you
keep her as lonjr as you buy feed from
-me, or will bring you a cow, if you
Thirty business establishments have
been closed to-day, the proprietors
-.jlebrating their usual Hebrew Holi
day. These thirty stores included
every dry goods house in the city, so
that it is impossble to purchase a
spool of thread in a town of twenty
thousand inhabitants. The closing of
so many stores gives a holiday ap
pearance to the city. All will be
opened again to-morrow and business
drift on as usual.
Prof. J. E. Wallace.
Mr. J. K. Street is in the city to.
day still in search ol Prof. J. E. Wal
lace, of whom yet nothing has been
heard. The disappearance of Mr.
Wallace is one ot the most mysterious
affairs. He is a gentleman of ex
emplary moral character, and a de
voted husband, yet since he left Cor
sicana for Dallas the most diligent
extended search has proved unavail
ing. The most plausible theory is
that he has wandered away in a state
of mental abberation superinduced
by fever, but even then it is unac
countable that no traces can be found
of him. He started for Dallas but
got off at no station between Cot si
cana and that city and has not been
seen in Dallas. The uncertainty of
his fate has brought a great grief to
his family, the greater because in
veloped in a mystery which gives oc
casion for gloomy forebordings.
If the cotton worms appear to an
alarming extent in this county the
farmers have means now by which
they can secure an effective remedy
for extermination at the lowest possi
ble cost and on trie easiest terms.
Demoerntic Ii, Committee Meeting.
To mombors of the democratic ox
ecutivo committee: You aro hereby
notified to meet at tho court house lu
Waco on September 15th, 1888, at 2 p.
lu. to transaot business of Importance.
C. A, Wkstbrook,
Mrs. Llttlo has returned from Lam
pasas.. Dr. Streeter has returned from a
trip to Chicago.
Mrs. Z. F. Beasloy will return from
hor visit to Seguino, to-morrow.
Dr. W. A. Curry and Mr. Carson
roturned lust night from the Pan
handle. Mr. M. Rosenthal reached home
last night from Europe. His family
still remain thoro.
E. M. Ewlug Esq., and family re
turned yesterday from u summer trip
Mrs. John W. Baker and daughter,
will return from Wootan Wells this
Mr. Frank P. Cravens was in the
city to-day en routo for San Angelo
on oitlcial buslnoss.
Mr. C. C. Williams has taken a
position again at C. N. Curtis, where
years ago ho held a position for sov-
Mr. Kauute Poulson loft for Col
lege Station yestorday to attend on
tho building of the eddition to tho A.
and M. college at that place.
Tell It Out.
I offer from tho Waco Supply Storo
24 lbs Sun dried apples for $1.
12 lbs French prunes for $1.
10 lbs Evaporated apples for $1
in lbs Dried blackberries $1.
25 lbs Laundry soap for SI.
12 lbs Box vermacillia for 7.1c.
All other goods In liko proportion. Call and
see my special drives. J.so. M. Coorxit.
Waco Supply Store.
Order now wlnie price is low. Seml-Anth-raclto
from Skiav & Kaiilv.
A meeting of prominent citizens
was held yesterday and arrangements
made by which fanners can purchase
,cotton worm posions such as Paris
Green, London Purple and arsenic or
arsenical salts at cost from all the
druggists, and when unable to pay for
it they can buy on time. The cost
price of Pans Grern is 20 cents pound,
London Purple 8 cents, and crude
arsenic 5 cents. ;Thc movement of
the merchants is an admiraole one,
and it is hoped will be responded to
by farmers and that they will lay in at
once a supply of the poisons.
naore's IlnrKitlna In Houl Katntc.
One lot with four-room boiiBo, on
tho corner of Sixteenth and "Webster
stroot. Prluo$C50. Monthly inatall
OllO lot Willi Mirnki-nnm 1.A..nn I
East Waco, near Paul Quinn colloge.
jrriuo stuu. iuontniy installment, 12.
OllOlotWlfll lirnn-n..n. 1. .,,.- ....
North Sixth streot. in roar of J. T.
misou's piace. 'ricoS300. Monthly
Ono lot with three-room house, on
RIvor street, East Wnco. Prico c250
Monthly installment, $7.60.
Ono Int. with flvvr,, l.n..nn ..
North Tonth streot, near West Ave
jo) ' ..... V IIOUMIUIUIJI,
OllO lot wIMl fnnr.rnnm 1. ....
8oUthTtfltlt.il atnuit . r,l ii. . ,
-,...... uv.vuv, JI17(L .JUVUilllltI.
Prico fcOOO. Monthly installment, $27.
0 ., l0,1 wiUl three-room house, on
SOUtll Sixth ntrnnt !.- n.V ....
unlyorsity. Price 5750. Monthly in
stallment. S22.50. J
Vnnnnt Inta nn Wnk.t . ,
fi'SrS' 01BOU mU' Prlc0 lr0I $150
,,.?lcin ,M0ly installment
A very pleasant party was given at
the beautiful home of Ucn. 1 nomas
Harrison, on South Fifth street last
night. A large crowd was present and
participated in dancing and pleasant
social games. The guests were unan
imous in expressing the enjoyable time
experienced. The "Little Five" band
futniihedexcellenent music on the oc
casion and received compliments from
Yellow Fever nt Tittupa.
Washington, Sept. 5! A telegram
has been received at the marine hos
pital bureau from Dr. Wall at Tampa
Fla., saying that there have been
seven new cases reported there within
the past few days, four of which are
positive, Mostoftlic cases, he says,
arc of a mild type.
Dr. Murray reports by telegraph
that he has arrived at Tampa and
there is one isolated case at Manatee
and another at Palmetto and that all
river villages are healthy.
Tho Stnto of Texas,
To the Sheriff or any Constable of Mc
Lennan County, Greeting:
You nro heroby commanded to summon Jack
Cireeu by making publication of this Citation
In Koinu newspaper published in McLennan
County, Teias, onco in each week for four suc
cessive weeks previous to return day hereof, to
be aiid!appear before tho Honorablo District
Court or Mcl.eiuinn County, Texas, at the net
regular term thereof, to be held In the court
nonso. in tho city or Waco, on tho llnl
Monday In October. A. I). 188, then and
there to answer tho plaintiffs petition, filed
umiiui in sum ioun on mo m uay oiaep'
tomber A. D.. IK, wherein Olln finron Ii
l'lnlntlff and Jnik Ureen Is defendent. rile
numoer or snui suit being Xo. 4778.
The nature of the DlalntllT's dumnml Is na rnl
lows, to-wit: A stilt ror divorce, based on the
grounds of abandonment on tho pnrt of said
llKimtv Fail Not, and havo you then nnd
uieru tins nni, vvixn your endorsement mere
on. showlnirhow vou finvoRipeutpil tin. nm,.
Given under my hand mid seal of said
lu.o.j ionri, ni omco in me citv or Waco,
this tho :trd day of September, A. D.
IW8. Attest: .. V 1IKASI.KV.
Clerk District Court, McLennan County, lexns.
I havo to offer this year the finest
fruit nnd oruamentnl trans. Inpltullnrr
all tho Japan novelties in trees and
uiioiuest European duids. jj'rult trees
will bo from flvo to b1x feet, woll
branched and guaranteed absolutely
true to name and at prices lower on
an averago than sold by agents. Ev
erything Is oxtra select in kind. I
Red Ittver, Alexander, Hynes Sur
prise, Yellow St. John, Chinese
""" "'I -'"'- ., KlUUlllUlll 1VUHO,
Gen. Loe, an improved Chinese
niinw Afpa Ilrott nl.l ni.u... nil
Old Jllxon Cling, Princess, Infant
proveil Indian Blood, and all other
vnrfottria nnllml V..
Wild Goose, Lono Star, Marianne.
i"""ji vuvuiaviuiuuii iseauty.
,. jiititn iiiinii,
Prunus Simonli. Ogon Botan, Kel
sey's Japan and Prunus Plssardl, tho
latest novelty and the only ornament-
jMBj-erti jariy. jureKa, Jiarly Gold
en, Russian Apricot, Jackson and
Almnmlu MulfIao n..lAn en ,
T Li ' """'"i "i'imuo, oiuurian
aud other crabs, ilgs and mulborrics,
and in small fruits, quinces, straw-
DGlTlfiS. rn.nn1lf4rrtna nnrl t.1nnt.Lnuut
ana in garden roots, asparagua, plo
Amnntf Motrin! TV !., TT..I
mZSZ VnT.. 't"1,"' ""???,
kump.Masuguta, Mino, Seodless and
Cllimilllflll Mnnrn'ci 17.. .1.. t-i..
Vlnfnr n tU "W" , '',;,.
Cynthiana Black Spanish, Herbei
moiir.. Pntinnvil xriootA.. i..' i. ... .
Pasograpo, Zinfandel nnd Niagara
lllnvv 1 I
a u , moHtnl Tree.
Ann. hor a ilai a t.-.nn.An -i...
nlpa, diamond willow, Wisconsin
weeping willow, Russian mulberry
SOft Tlllinln linf unlf..K.n i-.-m i
4 x..v DMiuiujrj iur lexas.i
sycamoro, umbrella china, Lombardv
I- -i , ..wnuwAA,- .
f .liiiinian nrhnt t.it-nn i.i ,
..1--. TV ", jjuiuou amor
VitaO. DVrAllllilnllu nt.,n .,!.. t,..
Juniper, mock oraugo, eto. '
mh 'owprlliir KhrnbM.
.., ut uu suns, crnpo myrtles.
UOUtjIn nrmmti, ,l..l.l n, . .'
; r ,';""'. u"o liiovvonnir
lTvaHsvV? mn?d8' lloneysles in
, Li ilet,0? J1Jacs ByrJnj?as, roses
evor lilnnmtiKr 1 ........ ..i.. A ' . "JVO
... i r ht"iu 4UIUU0, spireas.
amolopsls, wystarlas wolollas eto.
A laro-n Htm nri?,n.n i...n. .. .
...... V I" . """iioitn uuids, mis
Jnd ml ,,v,lci,,tl'8 tulips.freeziat
and llllos in evory varioty from Bor
mutla, Japan nu,i the West Indies
will bo ready in September and OcS
ipiHHmf lacod w. th mo aro 'ed
,u """ ouruiuious care.
Goldstein & Migel,
PARALIZERS OF PRICES !
.School will booh open nurt wo wIbIi to state that wo hnvo
received, nntl are receiving dally. Youths' and Children's Cloth
iiitf and Hoys' Knee runts. We aro also liuvlnp; niado up, ilcro
In Wnco, some Fine Morrlmao Pcrcnlo Waists, which wo nro
Holllnjrntonly 30 cents.
A Nice Youths Suit for
A much Finer ami All Wool 8ul
A Nice Boys' Suit, Coat and l'nnls
A Nicer one, All Wool
AjNliTe Pair I-nee 1'ants
A;ruuch Nicer l'alr.
1000 Pairs of l'mtsall kinds from 91 00 to
You will save from 25, to Wiper cent by'
bin lug from us.
Gentlemen's Business Suits from $5 00 to 15 00
So if you need anything come to us. We
will Save you . Dimes and Dollars
on Evenyting you Buy
" from us.
GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL.
Chas. D'Anflrea & Son,
:m: j b: e -r s ,
Gnarantrnt. floail Work at the
SO UTJI FIFTH ST.
Stolte - Brothers,
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
Delivered In any nart or tho city. Increased
trade assures all of our groceries to ho fresh.
Corner Fifth and Austin Sts.
LOSTA gentleman's pin nnd chain, cresent
shaped. Litters O Si A on faco aud II. S
umo.cieuBIUB. A ruwimi VV ill UO lialU Tor UC-
livery to the Xkws office. t
TT" nCV tlrtnl- nr . ITJ,, ... .
JU reward Tor its return to Sirs. Ii. i Doss,
wwuill f UUltU Bk'it
QEW1SG MACHINES-S. J. Smith, ay for
O any Und of Sewing Machine hiuincss.wrltu
him n card or call at No. 1J01 Austin Avcnua.
TTrANTKD-hinii ojment by an Intelligent
V hoy 15 .vears old willing to work. Oood
references. Apply nt thu Xow a office. noil
WANTED-fcmploimcnt as watchmnn or
similar emplojment by a Confcdcrato
soldier vIth only ono hand. Good rereroWs.
Address Jno . FliulU, caro Sam Oliver's
FOR rtENr-Itesidenco on South Eirth street
t ,??:,101.8- APl'ly to Mrs. Mary C. Majors,
South 4th street. . noli
WXWKSl .lil ''"y '" - Pr Imndred for
old baling wire, .' vlros in a roll.
GkO. It. I.AMUDIK.
PARTIES building residences shoald exam-
. - .. ..... a loqi tiuu urv places
for burning wood. Has also a cast Iron grate
tlful hud villi last fororer. Can see samples in
Cook's or Larmonr . Herbert's office.
3T,0I-?iVT'1:r0no.l,ookcaso' 8tl' ladder, 4
tables, 1 fonr horse engine, Jour heating
stoves ami ipe . :i desks, Eowl and pitcher!
wash stands, half dozen chairs. Cellgraph tyvc
niV. i Ti.i i .. ? : '""""r, pateni letter
Hies. 1 Hall safe, I storo counter, uo.ooo old
natters am! n lnr,. ,n,n..f r .,'. .vv.
Land furniture: Jso.Ktv-
TO HENT Tho entlro nnper-story of mv
E. W.Mitchell, Joweler.
care of them at tho'low' price of Z? dolfarTer
month. r:prt i,mutH .
T?1Jil?S'rTTHo.,se of B0Vcn ron o Frank
JL' .an and Ninth streets. Anniv t. n w
Curtis. .-.- -. -.
ITIOUND-TWO Patent Ixick Koys, on Mil at.
J, .bei-'e.nAn8.t. n and Franklin: Owner can
?iA . " tal"nB O' ins office, Ueotrlb
property, and pay for this notlro """"
R,0nlL,i1;!'TUaJ1'1?omo furnished roomsi
, .. iv o.t,-uuuu vviuuOWS'tiOUtUcrnoMinHlirn,
opposite New Lehman. No. ua"f Anh Aw!
RKAIi'iLi;: v ?B?.S,1Jenpq'l. I'rlco $8 .
Mlgols. """"D "'"co over uoiastelu and
EVENING NEWS Olllco B 0j: Austin Ave
corner 5th strict over GoldVela "& MlRePi
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMEMTAL
Painters .". and .'. Pager .'. Hangers.
Home-made fine 1'crcalo Walsti, slto 5 to
ANIco Hoys' Cheviot Walit
A good Unlnundrled Shirt
A good Whlto Lanndrlcd Shirt
A Nice Uumlorslilrt
A Nlco rianuel Shirt
500 Pairs Kino Boots nnd Shoes, Manufac
tures' Samples, only ono pair of a
kind at HAI.Kl'ItlCE.
Come enrly and aelect your cholco.
The Direct Route
To All Points.
And the Northwest.
2 Daily Trains 2
The Direct Route to All
Points In the North
Via St. Louis
Pullman Palaco Hotel Cara are run
between St. Louis and San Antonio,
vlaSodall dally. All trains nrrlva
and depart from the Grand UUon
Depot at St. Louis, thereby asaurlng
passengers speedy connections.
Fast Time! Superior Accommo-
TKAVIS JONES. H. P. HUGHES.
Ticket Agent, ra. Agent,
Waco. Texas. Houston, Texaa ,'
B. W. IMcCULXOUGH,
General Passenger and FrelghCAgrnt,
St. Louis, Arkansas &
"Cotton Belt Route."
Tho Now Standard Gauge
Arkansas and Texas,
Via CAIRO to
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO
General Passenger Agent, 8t. LouUJ
E. W. LoBAUMB.
Ass't Gen'l Pasa. Agent, St. Louis.
D. E. HIRSHFIELD,
LocaJricketJAgent. Waeo. Te