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Insure an) thing you hau against tiro with T.
. Han,atoniceor Waco Hulldlns Association;
his companies nro tho best, ami somo one Is al
MB s In tlicolllce.
Dr. Sanndcrs. Dentist. HUH Austin Ave.
Stolto llrothers lorfiesh Incad,
nr.Saundero, Dentist, W2J Austin Ase.
lako IVclcrs Chill Sjtiiji-No C'l ul No rA
Stolte llrothen for fresh bread.
Satisfaction guaranteed on vict) thing on
buy.-.'. V. ..""-
Dr. Saunders. Dentist, Mi'i Austin Ao.
l'ecler'H Cough Sjrup cures coughs ami
colils when all others flt.
Stolto llrothers keep tonstanrlyon hand nil
country produce, fresh.
Cheapest anil best meat In tho city, at Hid
tile's, -W south slile snuare.
l'eder's Drug Store for Dressing Cases, Sha
lng bets, Woik llovis, Manicure Sets and
Senil-Anthraclte, the best coal In the-market.
Onler now ! Si Li V ft bAiui .
Feeler's Illooil Alternthe will purify the
blood when nothing cIro will. It Is irarron
teil. No. -.us, south side square, best and cheapest
meat market In town.
Fresh Cheese, at Stolto ltrothcrs, corner of
6th and Franklin streets.
lllddln Is on dick again cutting tho best steaks
and roasts in tho city, at 'JIM &. side square.
Peeler's Drug Store Is tho cheapest place In
Waco to got our prescriptions llllid. Only
Ilich, raro and Juicy. Thoso steaks at Uid
dlo's meat market.
l'eeler's Mvcr I'llls are tho best In tho world,
small nnd tasy to take Kvery box warranted
Dr. .1. II. ltoyctt, dentist, comer.Austln and
You will i-ao monev by bujlng what yon
want In the Drug line at Peeler's Drug stero,
Corner Mb and Austin street
'08 S. side square, llest meat market In
Kxtrn turnip seed, any Tarlety, only SO cti.
per lb, at Cooper's Supply Store.
l'eeler's Dnur Store for Violin and Guitar
Strings, Taper, Tins, Ink and l'cnclls, all at
Turnip seid. finest, this jear'scropi rye and
barle seed, rresh and puro. at I'almcr's seed
and reed store, Llghtli and Franklin streets.
l'eeler's Cholera MKturo will cure cramp
colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea nnd flux. War
ranted. Krcsh llrcad delivered at your residence
e cry day by Sloltu llrothers.
Peeler's Drug Store for rerfumery. Face
Powders, toilet So.ip, Combs and Brushes.
Clua.icst In town.
Peeler's Corn Itemocr tnkes off corns with
out pain or scir. No Iuhl o 1a
Oyti n ! I .Too I.elftnan Is now prepared to
furnish his patrons osters fried, tewed,
broiled, pan-roast, ojster loaf, box fry and In
any other style, together with all other things
the market supplies In their season.
Of oystoiH, rejoice! Kreah every day.
Soventv-flve cents per hundred at
Mr. A. M. Grambllng, of Tyler is in
the dtp to-day.
Hon. E. A. Sturgis is now in Ban
Geofge Hoxwortb, of Templo was
in town to-day.
W. Y. McFarlmid, Ksq., of Belton,
is in tho city.
Capt. II. 11. Clarkson, of Marlines in
Judge Eugene Williams and wife
have returned fsom Austin.
Mr. J. II. Polak a prominent insur
ance adjuster is in town from Austin.
Col. W.P.Gaines of Austin came in
last night on a business visit.
Mr. Henry Johnson, a prominent
merchant of lloss station is In the
M. C. II. Park Esq., after several
days tussle with tho fever, is able to
be at his office again.
Misses Josie and Hosn Kornoy, who
have beou visiting friends ac Lorona,
returned to tho city yesterday.
John 11. Nichols, one of tho most
popularcitions in McLennan county,
is slinking hands witlt his Waco
Rev. I. B. Torrison loaves for Bos
quo county Thursday to attend tho
Missions Fest to bo hold In tho Luthe
ran church at Norse noxt Sunday.
Fresh arrival oi Dnrrel pickles at
Eurly & Finks.
For line watch, Clock and jewelry
ropairlng go to tho old reliable Lo
vinskl it Lowlne. f
Ieo cold drinks of Ilnost flavor, at
Kophal's groat fruit and confection
Porsons doslring plain or fancy
numbers for tholr houses should call
on L. Sternkorb. Plain numbors 25
con ts. 21-1 w.
Parties should havo lotter and mail
boxes put up at tbeir houses and ofii
ces at onco. Orders should be loft
for them at H. E. Ambold's jrun
storo and they will bo promptly exe
Harrow & Gocbcl, meet market, Austin
AWnuc, Between iiii and Mil. finest meats,
oysters, 11 h etc , to be had In this market,
ilelhttrcd to anv uart of tho eltv.
Georgia Poacli and Applo brandy
just received at "House of Lords" and
Tho flotist are thoso Mission grapes
Laoy keeps tho best rod ash anthra
$1.25 PEIt DOZEN.
$1.25 per doen forbottlo boor at tho
Art supplies at Hill Bros.
Harrow and X Gocbel receive dally, are the
only dialers handling tho cikbrated lierwlik
Tho Public Schools.
Tlin rntnl fllirollmollt of Pliplls ill
tlm nltv freo schools which opened
yosterday is 122.1 excluslvo of thoso
attending tho Fifth ward colored
school which did not open yestordny
on account of repairs and louiovul of
tho school house: There are 1035
white pupils distribute!! as iohowh:
1.-1- f AUtrtnt 1"1. Hnnnnd fllstrlnt
243; Third district 220; Fourth district
til, i Ui.il tiiaiiit i. ot. imlii)iltliuli"l
pupils reported are located, Gl In tho
First district and 137 In tho Second,
tho Third district has not been hoard
T?.s...fl,ltifT iu ti-invltiif mi dttlnriMllv
at tho schools and all tho teachors are
at tholr posts, tiio feonotars are
bright and chearful ami tho opening
of tho winter sossion is altogether
propitious and promising.
Go to tho meeting to-night.
For want of victims, thoro was no
mayor's court to-day,
Tho Cotton Bolt train was two hours
Wo call attention to Messrs. Nor
wood & Gay's display advortlsomont
which annears on the llrst pnzo this
aftornoon. Tito house is worthy of
much consideration by the retail trade
of this section, and wo heartily re
commond them as air-dealing and
good business meu.
Mr. John M. Connor has been se
lected as secrotary of tho Central
Democratic! county campaign com
mittee. Tho services of another equal
ly competent gentleman wero ten
dered the committee ireo of cost or
oxpenso, but the peculiar appropriate
ness of appointing a St. Louis Globe
Democrat representative struck tho
comniitte witlt such irresistablo force,
that the offer was declined and Mr.
Connor choson. Mr. Connor Is in
ovory way qualified for tho place, and
tho News Is confident that the ardu
rous duties of the office will bo faith
fully and creditably discharged.
An Innocent Chlltl'N M run bo Qurftt.
Delinquent Tax Collector Ford
thinks the spirit of research manifested
in Young America is running to ex
tremes. He said yesterday that a
little tot from the Lincoln school was
found a long way out of her latitude a
day or two ago, and when asked where
she was going by a gentleman who
knew her father, artlessly replfed:
"I'm going to hell!"
The astonishment of the questioner
struck him dumb for a moment; but
he proceeded to investigate and found
that the child had seen two men meet
a short time before, and one had told
the other to go to the region where
asbestos fans would find a ready sale.
The latter turned red in the face, she
said, and walked off, so she toddled
after to discover, if possible, the broad
road which is said to terminate in that
torrid climate. Mr. Ford told the
story, he said, to illustrate the preva
lence of profane language on the pub
lic streets, and the possible harm that
might result from its use. Pittsburg
A ltcccnt Difliculty.
If there is a more courteous gentle
man in all the great west than Colonel
Dubiff, we should like his address
We referred to the colonel tin other
day as an unhung thief. It was only
our way, but he took exceptions and
called at the office on Tuesday and
knocked us down. I he blow was de
livered ir the most genteel manner,
and was not accompanied with
any verbal utterances to shock
our sensibilities. Neither did
the colonel gouge our eyes or
chew our ears alter we were down.
He was cool, calm and composed, and
we freely admit -that we got up with
an increase of fifty per cent in res
pect for him. Our nose was skinned,
and we knocked a suction bill into
"pi" as we fell, but we have no
grudge to satify. The colonel could
do no less, and we are thankful he
did no more. We shall be pleased to
see him again. Arsona Kicker.
Stolte llrothers keep nothing but tho freshest
of ever) thing In their storu,
Flour Honey Charles liast, corner Austin
and Sixth street has n lariio lot of lino flour on
hand bought before tho rlso and he gives cus
tomers tho benoflt In prices. Also n big lot of
honey cheap. Look out; for specialties at
Itast's them's monev In It.
$1 PER GALLON.
One dollar per gallon for wines at
Go to W. D. Jackson and get a pho
tograph of yourself and children.
For cold weather, but order your winter coal
now of Seley A Karly, solo Agents for Senu
Authraclte Ordernow whueprico Is low. Seml-Anlli-raclto
from hi lky 4 Kaiily.
Theabovo prlco only good to 1st of October
for Scmi-Anturaclto. Ft lky & Kaiily.
Go to Hill Bros, tor sohool books.
McAllstorcoal Is tho host, hardest
nnd oloanost of nil tho nenil-nnthra-clto
varletios In this nmrkot.
iR OTS. FOR CLARET,
Twonty-flvo conts will liny a bottlo
of nlco Clarotat tho Paluco.
That Is Askow's Houso of Lords.
READ THIS AND PONDER
O. N. COltTIS TALKS.
I dofy all competition In my lino
mid will hell iliis jour, fioah now
goods as cheap as you can buy thorn
anywhoroin tho state of Texas.
Do not go to second hand storos, or
llvo or ton cont storos to buy second
hand goods or old shop worn goods,
becauso I will soil you brand new
goods at tho samo prlco you will
havo to pay them.
I havo an enormous stock both In
quantity and variety and I am going
to soil that stock at bottom prices
such as will paralvzo till competition
I have a largo stock of lino English,
French, and Gorman staplo and lun-
oy goods just arrived and to arrive
this month, and I am going to put
thoso lino goods in at pricos that win
mako folks opon their eyes.
I mean what I say. I will soil goods
as cheap as you can buy second-hand
ones and I dofy competition.
C. N. UUIITIS.
5 AND 10 CENT. STORE!
Just rocolved a big stock of No. 1
Sandstono China best ware mado.
Largo wash bowl and pltchor, now
shape $1; 0, handled tea cups and
saucers 50 conts; one quart cream
pitchers 15 cents; 12 Inch steak dish
15 cents; covored vegotablo dishes
50 cents: wash bowls 50 cents; deop
vegotablo dishes without cover from
10 conts up; scalloped dishes from 5
conts up; largo mugs 10 conts; soap
stands 10 conts; spittoon 50 conts.
Ten ouart pressed dish pan 25 cents,
17 quart pieced disli pan 25 conts, 14
quart bucket 25 cents, 2 gallon cov
ored bucket 25 cents, 1 quart colt'oe
pot 15 conts, 2 quart milk pans 5 cts.,
4 quart 10 conts, quart cups 5 conts,
milk strainers 10 cents, wash pans 10
cents, cuko pans 10 cents, handle
sifter 15 cents, rim sifter 10 conts,
heavy square pans 15 cents, largo
grates 10 conts, 1 gallon sprinklers
painted outsido and lnido 30 conts,
dinner buckets 25 cents, largo ja
panned waiters 10 conts.
Flte CentM Attraction-.
Bunch quill tooth picks, Box-wood
tooth picks, 0 pencils, 2 holo mouse
traps, box prepared chalk, (! tin tea
spoons, 4 tin t.tblo spoons, large
kitchen spoon, 2 curds hooks and
eyes, coffee pot stand, iron stand, box
assorted hair pins, tack puller, box
best sliver cloaner, box slato pencils,
0 nieces darning cotton, 12 slate pen
cils in box, a rubber corset-lace, largo
pack playing cards, tin scoop, good
largo tablet, bottle of Ink.
5 AND 10 CENT-STORE,
511 Austin street, between Klf.h and Sixth
Moore's Bnriclnnit In Heal Kufnte.
Ono lot with lottr-room houso, on
tho corner of Sixteenth and Webster
streot. Price $G50. Monthly Install
Ono lot with three-room houso, in
Enst Waco, near Paul Quinn college.
Price $400. Monthly installment, $12.
One lot with threo-room houso, on
North Sixth streot. in roar of J. T.
Wilson's place. Price $300. Monthly
One lot with three-room house, on
River street, East Whco. Prlco $250.
.Monthly installment, $7.50.
One lot with five-room bouse, on
North Tenth stroot, near West Ave.
Price $1,000. Monthly Installment.
One lot with four-room house, on
South Ninth street, near Cleveland.
Price $000. Monthly installment, $27.
Ono lot with three-room house, on
South Sixth street In rear of the old
university. Price S750. Monthly in
Vacant lots on Webster and Clay
streets, on Bell Hill. Price trora $150
to $300 each, on monthly installment
plan If doslred. .
Patronizing Waco's manufactories
Insuies Waco's prosperity. If over
people will mako it a point to pur
chase homo products whoro thoy nro
as cheap and as good, as tho foreign
producod article, it would give em
ployment to a greater numbor of our
peoplo and glvo additional trade to
our merchants Lust month four
thousand cans and pnekugos left my
storo all marked Waco, carrying the
news on tho label that Waco was
largo onough to support a Baking
Powdor Factory, Steam CofFeo Boaster
and a Spice Mill. Alexandre's Bak
ing Powdor is tho best and sold every
where for 25 cents. Three meu and a
boy find employment now and I will
add other goods pud manufaoturothom
right hero and employ more hands
if I succeed. Yours truly,
P. L. Alkxkdhr,
Baking Powder Manufacturer and
Steam t'ofleo Roaster.
1'orNnIe Ht Bariraln.
I offer lor sale at a bargain the boardlug house
known as the Tajlor House, on Mary street,
between Seventh and hlghth, lotMixIVi feet
honbo contains thirteen rooms , large barn, w ell,
etc., and will soon bo In one of tho best bust,
niss locations in tho city. Also two nice build
ing lots on North Fourth strict, back of wnre
house, nt a sptclal low price. Call on iiinlrjou
desire to buj almo property.
,. c ... ,,,S0, ,JI' t-iKH, Waco, Tesas
I'. . Iho boarding houso will bo for nnt
on Oct, let, Itfts.
TO MOTHERS, HUSBANDS AND SONS:
PrlccH of Clotliliifr, Furnlslilnpr Goods, nnd Hntn. Wo
liavc done an Immense Business in this Lino
and wo Propose to Keep It up.
A good suit, coat pant niidtcst for .. .. .1 '.
good w ooiiu suit, coat pants and i st . ft I
A good all wool suit, " " " !!!!'
A good business suit, " " ' ' ..
Aline " " " "
A much liner suit In three different stjles 10 I
A good wool suit, coat, pants and vest ..i i
(J good alt wool ault'tor 3!
A good milt, Scotch plaids and stripes .... 4 1
A ilneSunday suit "I
Children's Suits and Punts.
J000 pairs children's kneo pants, vvhlch arc
manufacturers' samples, made or tho
llncst caslmeru w ortli double our price .Vic 1 '.
A good 1ks' school suit, coat and pantB.. I J
Agoodbojs' all wool suit 2 1
A Hnonult In thriodiHYrmt stjiis '.'I
A much liner suit in thrco different stjlcs. 3 I
A ilneSunday suit for 4 1
Adnowhlte shirt, pleated or plain $
Much liner shirt. " " 1
A regular $1 .50 shirt for only 1
COME IN LOOK AROUND AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES THAT WE
WILL SAVE YOU DIMES AND DOLLARS,
WANTKD A position as saleslady In dry
goods storo, liao had nine ears expe
rience In millinery business nnd can glto good
references address llox HO 2.1-lw.
3710H SAI.K Two line grade .terser cows,
J both with oung calves. V. F. (irlflln. '.'4
I- OST-Check So. ll$o,linwn on WacoStatc
Jllankbvlliompsonllrotlicrs, I). II. Drown
bearer; tinder will please leao samewith;Waoo
Stato bank D. II. Ilrow n ltosctithnl, Texas.
WAfIED--Tho Woolen Mill wants about
twentj-llvc women to run sewing ma
- ptS. J. X. HAIItS TON has di elded to com
LVL inence Drets-maklnp ngaln, on Soutlirttli
street No. Ifcii She Bollclts the l'ntronago of
her old customers.
"VTTAXTKD-A house-keeper Appl) lmmo
VV dlately at Mrs.M. A. Hoblnson's stole
uniler the Mitchell Houso on South .Id stnet.
OltAXGi: HI,OSSOMS-I)r. Meglll's famous
Orange Itlossoms, Mrs. A. J. Itlchnrdson,
agent, .North 10th street. U-I.l-Im
"VritS. BLOCK wishes a fow mpreday board
iWL ers, No. 311 Third street. sep!2-lw
FOIt SALK A pair of famllvmaten buggy
horses! also tw o second hand dell ery w ng
oiis. Apply to W. S. Heard, til N. 4th Bt.
FOKSALK A)alrof largo drst-class work
mules, seven cars old. Mrs. 8 A. Sayers,
N. lttliBt,, botwecn JcOerson and Ilarronsts.
OST--A gentleman 'sjiln and chain, cresent
snapeu. j.eiiers u ji a on race ana it. s
"TTANTKO I will pay 25 c. per hundred for
TV oiu uaung wire, -tj wires inuroii.
Geo. It. Lamudik.
PAKTIKS building residences shbald exam
amino Mr. llewett's cast Iron lire places
lor burning wood. Has also a cast Iron grate
In four pieces rorbamlng coal. Ibcyaro beau
tiful lind will laBt forever. Can see Bamplcs In
Cook's or I.armonr A Herbert's office.
THOU SALK Ono book case. 1 stop ladder. 4
Jlj tables, 1 four horse engine, lonr beating
siovoa ami pipe. . ucskb, dowi anu puclier,
ash stands, half dozen chairs. Cellcranh t im.
writer, olllco railing and counter, patent letter
flics. 1 Hall safe, 1 storo counter, 20,000 old
Jiapers anu a largo amount or oilier second
land furniture. J.no. K. Km in.
-(OWS FOIl ItENT I have irood milch cow.
j I will rent to parties who will tako good
lareofthemat tho low prlco of one dollar per
month. Geo.Lambdln. tf
-7!0It UENT Houso of seven room on Frank
lj lm and Ninth streetB. Apply to C. N,
Kelly A Stiindirer.
No. GOff Austin street, keeps everything in
groceries and produce. First class goods at
reasonable price?, and prompt itcllvery.
Ghehimucall wnen bujlng groceries, and
you will be pleased with the way they do busi
ness. W. O. MAYFIHLD.
If. J. WIEC1EL
The Southwestern Sohool of
PHONOGRAPHY AND TYPE-WRITING.
Will open their winter term on October 15th
Wo announce with Increased facilities forteach
lug those art. in which wo embr.tco the follow
ingsjstems: Hen Pitman, Graham's. Muiisen's.
Llndsey's, and tho Stenograph. Our type-writing
department Ib unexcelled. Wc use both
the Callgraph and Hemlngton machines and
both are taught uy experts. Wo are also pro
pared to do an unlimited amount oi short-hand
work and type-writing. All work promptly
andneatlj oxicuted. Terms reasonable. Cafl
at tho Western Union Telegraph offlco or ad
dro'sl'. O, llox'Jiu.
Tho State of Texns,
To the Sheriff or anu Constable of Mc
Lennan County, Greeting :
You aro hereby commanded to summon Jack
Green by maklm: publication of this Citation
In hoiiio newspaper published In McLennan
ionnty , Texas, onco In each w eek for lour sne
cesslv o weeks prei Ions to return da v hereor. to
bo amLappi-ar before the Honorable District
Court of McLennan County, Texas, at the next
regular term thereof, to bo held in tho court
house, Jn tho city of Waco, on tho rirat
Mmidny In October, A. I). jMMH. then and
there to answer the plaintiffs petition, tiled
In a suit In said Court on the :id day of hen
K"il,??A' 1?'iJ8'w wherein Cclla Gcren is
I'laliitllT and Jaik Green In defeudint. File
number or snid suit being No 177H.
Iohb. to-wlt: A suit for dUorco, baned on the
grounds or abandonment on tho part of said
Hkukis SVaii, Not, and haio jou then and
there this writ, with jour endorsement there,
ou, showing liiW)ou hate. uxtcutiil the same,
rr yv"-;', under :ny hand and seal or said
U b.J Court, at office In the city of Waeo,
this tho 3rd day of Hptcmher, A 1)
JmS Attest: A,V UKAbf.hY
Clerk IJlBtrlit Court, McLennan Couuty, Texas.
A new lot of lino all wool caslmero shin.
latest stj los and lineal makes for T.lc to 2 o I
rt kUUI. iiuihu ...h-..., ..e.... ,.., 111U11UI
We have aline line or underwear In cotton,
llannel and cornel's hair nnd nil lattsc
makes and stles In heavy and light wt.
fully '.'1 to 60 per et. cheaper.
Vldoz. hemstitched lmndk'fs with border.. Wl
fjiiln . n tnlt. In whltli linen... .l I
2', di. linen with border '.".'.!'. U.
Klnu linen handkerchiefs at Sue. & jjj
A good seamless hoso, not a Beam In It n.
A good colored seamless lioo jt;
A tine balbrlggnn Me hose ' .:
i llliu lillbibii nuau ,
. J1 ,,.ltlHl. l.AAf. ?"
A good bo)s' school hat $
A llneboiB school hat
A good man's hat r,0c, 7.1c, & in)
A lino line of men's stiff hats worth donhlo
ji I, I, i! urn I ji u ........ ... ...... ni.i, in i, j.
tho money at 7oc, 91, tl.ftotj and 3i9
A Fine OrTer.
Do you want hay. corn. bran. wood.
chickens, eggs, butter, a cow and calf,
or have you anything to soil or barter,
see Goo. B. Lambdin. I do busines
at nrosont under my hat. and can I
found on tho street after nino o'clock
until four. Gko. B. Lamhdin.
I will buy your cow and let you
keep her as long as you buy foed Irom
me, or will bring you a cow, If you
Stolte - Brothers,
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
Delltered In any part of tho city. Increased
trade assures nil of our groceries to bo fresh.
Corner Fifth nnd Austin Sts.
WAC0'S FAVORITE TAIL0RS
tHavo Just Received
An elegant lino or I.WI'OIITTD AND DO.
MKNTIt) SUITINUH-Surpasses all compe
tition In the city as to, elegance nnd beauty.
I.ote-t Fashion l'lates always on hand. Good
(luarantcrd. (load Work at tlie
Opposlto Tom radgitt's.
R. H. Gray,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc.
Conutry Produce Boucht aud Solfi;
II. A. GOEUEI,.
BANK, STORE ! SALOON
OO, Ut! Fnunln Nt.. IIOUNTOX. TEXAS.
CHAS. BAKER, Prop.,
Franklin Street, lletwcen Fourth and Fifth,
This houso has been oioilmulod and lltted up
by Mr. Jlakcr, and ho Intends to mako It sec
ond to none In the city,