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Cotton licit Route.
Uihnk eaxt, Memphis & St. Louis, lvs 1:V p.m.
doing east. Accom'n. (Corslcana) . 2:30 1. in,
UoIiik west, wxpresB rj::mi. m.
(lolngest, Accommodation 7:lipm.
I. K. HiifiiriKLi),
TWiet Agent, 1'aclflc Hotel Mock.
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Ticket Agent, Pnclflo Hotel lllock.
waco.;texas. October 3. isss
To Cotton Buyer.
Go to or telephono T. I). Ha) a at Waco Mnll
dlng Association, and lnsuro vonr cotton.
Berwick Bay oysters, fresh, 25 cts.
per dozon at the St. Charles. Open
day and night.
Boston chips at DoWoll's.
Fresh country produce at Heard's.
Dr. Saunders. Dentist, 502; Austin Ave.
B. and S. at Cotton Exchange.
Dr. Saunders. DentlBt, Mr.!); Austin Ave.
Art supplies at Hill Bros.
The best brands of pocket-knives
and razors at Horsfull & Cameron.
El Paso grapes extra choice at Joo
Milk Shakes, Cream Soda, und
other ico cold drinks 5 cents at
Best of groceries at Heard's, Aus
tin streot. v
Whlttakor Star Hams at Early &
AH' the delicacies of tlio Benson at
Laey sells the celebrated Mc Alls tor
coal, the best in this market.
Ross' Imported Soda at the Cotton
Fresh country and creamery buttor
The best brands of scissors and
shears at Horsiull & Cameron.
Blank Bros, lino candles, pure fruit
juice llavors at Kophals.
Choice proscrves and consorves at
Go to the rellablo Jewelers Lovin
skl & Lewlno for flno Diamonds at
If you would bo happy go to W. D.
Jackson for photographs.
Choice crocerios at Heard's, Oil
Mott's Maryland peach elder at
Small boys aro elated over a long
tailed Jmonkoy nnda short-handled
hand organ on tho streets to-day.
Strained honey, this year's crop at
Fancy Brands sauces at 311 Austin
Bed Seal, tho Boss 5cont cigg at
Hay, oats and bran at Duvall's 300,
Fancy brands flour at 311 Austin
Fine comb honey at Joe Thomp
Cords of school books and school
stationery at Hill Bros.
Fancy pickles nt Heard's, 311 Aus
The Woman's Exchange have about
1000 pounds of bread and 2000 pounds
of meat which was left from tho bar
becue, which they aro distributing
to tnose wno wisn it.
Parties snoum uavo tetter and mail
boxes put up at their housos and ofll
ces at once. Orders should bo left
for them at H. E. Ambold's gun
store and they will be promptly ex-
Choicest meat in town at the Ave
nue market, nothing but the best.
Tho Riverside Foundry is prepared
to make iron store fronts of all sizes
and designs, at bottom rates, lw
The New Homo Sowing Machine is
a daisy and in Hwoeping tho field.
The headquarters, No. 702 Austin
street, has been a busy place even in
theso two dull months. Mr. J. B.
Dixon, the genial manager, lias sold
ninety-eight of tho Now Homo in the
past sixty days.
A tomporanco mooting was held at
tho Ffth Street Mothouist church ut
4:30 o'clock this ovonlng. Tho moot
ing was conduotod bv Mrs. M. II
Clardy. A good attendance was
Hello. if you wont feed for
your horse or cow, call on Lippman
Bros.,' No. 220, Franklin street,
between second und third. 40 lm.
The Waco Installment Company
can satisfy any ouo who needs furni
ture. They will either rent furniture
or sell it on installments so low that
any one can pay for it, Thoy havo
flno large stock of all sorts of furnl
turo and they soil very cheap. Dont
purchase el&ewhcro uutll you have
given thorn u call. They move and
paok furniture cheaply. Prather
Block Austin street.
"Joel B. Frazler" whisky, twolvo
years old at Early & Finks.
The Gabert Brothers, fashionable
tailors, undor tho Pacific hotel, carry
the biggest aud finest stook of goods
in Waco. They are Just receiving a
large stook of now goods, domestio
and Imported, and have tailors just
from the east so they can get up suits
on short notice. Best of nts and styles
Parties should have letter and mntl
boxes put up at their houses and
offices at once. Orders should be left
Mr thorn at H. E. Ambold's cun
store and they will bo promptly exo-
Tho long sablo bands of mourning
still drapes tho now City Hail to-day.
As tho passors-by gaze on theso sol
omn emblems of respect for tho dead,
and soo thorn wuftod to and fro by
tho brooos, as they lloat upon tho
crost of tho gontlo wiiuIh, it recalls to
gentleman, Mr. Frank Ulandor, on
yosterdav mornlno-. wlm imi nut.
down in tho prliuo of llfo and vigor
ous noaitn, by the grim reupor death,
without a moment's warning.
Dr II. W. Brown slated to a N i:vs
reporter that Mr. Spikes, tho man who
was injured In tho City Hall accident
yesterday, Is doing well this morning.
Ho complains of soronoss, bolug
badly bruised about the head, back
and shoulders. Dr. Brown says ho
cannot tell postlvolv whothor Mr.
Spikes is Injured internally, but
thinks ho is not, aud that ho will bo
ablo to bo up in a few weoks.
A suit was nilcd in tho U. S. Cir
cuit court to-day to try title to ono
slxthof aloairuoof laud in Runnels
county, valued $.1,000, also damagos
of 370. Tho plaintiils aro residents
of Ireland and tho defendants Wm.
Cokor. Ida Cokor. his wlfo: nlsn
Jack and William Cooker, minors,
and resldonts of Lamar county. A.
J. Nations acting guardian, also de-
iuiiuuuE, resiaos in (joiemun couuty.
Mr. J. W. Ballov of Gainesville, aim
of the electors at largo from this stato
has wrltton u letter to tho nnntrnl
Democratic committoo horo, that ho
woum oo in ino city to-morrow and
will spoak at tho court houso to-nior-
row night. Mr. Bailey is a brilliant
gentleman, and Ills addross will cer
tainly provo interesting and instruc
tive. Mr. Jonas Ulandor received a tele
gram from his brother, who is a tolo-
grapn operator in Moxico, stating
tliat Ho Would come bv llrst train.
Mr. F. Ulander's body was embalmed
and will be hold until his brothers
arrival whioh will probably bo with
in Mi nours.
Flvo hundrod bright now silver dol
lars wore poured in a heap In a show
window on Austin streot last Monday,
tho News reporter could not got a
reserved seat to study tho glittering
pllo as minutely as ho wished owing
to tho crowd, but ho llattoned his
noso against the window as long as
Thore will bo a quret wedding at
tho Austin streotPresbvterian church
just boforo tho hour of prayer mooting
mis evening, tho contracting par
ties are Mr. Ed. Dugger, a rising
young morchant of this city, and tho
fair and accomplished Miss Katlo
Mr. W.F. Smith aud his estimablo
wlfo, were honored by a visit at their
homo, on Washington street, yos
terday. It's a boy, and weighs 11
pounds. May tho llttlo follow grow
up and bo a blessing to his parents.
Cotton still flows into Waco unaba
ted. By the timo the season Is ovor,
the Coutral City will havo tho largest
cotton recoipts of any previous yoar.
Judge Williams' charge tothogiand
grand Jury is an able
ouo that deserves the caroful
rot ui v
ot ovory citizen of Waco and McLon-
Mr. W. W. Doane, of Austin, has
boon visiting hor paronts, Mr. aud
Mrs Reese, on nortli Fifth streot for
tho past few wooks, returned homo
Attachments woro run by H. B.
Claflllu snd E. S. Jeffries of New
York, on Gibson & Co., general mer
chandise doalors at Gatesvllle yester
day. Liabilitios $10,000.
Tho suspension bridge will bo closod
to all travel to-morrow on account of
laying a now floor to the immonso
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
Young Men's Democratic club at tho
court houso to-night. All Democrats
invitod to attond and Join tho organi
zation. A second tolegram from Mr. Ulan
dor slates it wili he impossible to at
tend his brother's funeral which will
take pluco 'from tho residence nt 4
p- m. to-morrow.
A pistol shot was hoard about 0 n.
m. on Austin streot. It proved to bo
a 44 calibro pistol which was accidont
ly discharged in John May field's
There will be a festival at Bosnuo-
villo to-morrow night. A number of
young folks from Waco expect to
DoWiol catch their own oysters
try thorn. Boat arrives twice each
day. Send in yourordors, for oysters
for Sunday on l'riuy to Dowioi.
At Mukelg's court this morning,
Tim Damoron secured a $100 damago
against the Missouri Puoifio roud lor
killing a horse belonging to Mr.
Carnentors ond jolliers will observo
a notice In another column calling a
A nice lino of jewelry and lino
watch repairing specialty at A. .1.
DoWiol's Boston Chips aro tho talk
of tho wholo country.
Mai riago llcenso was issued to Mr.
J. M. Rice und Miss Calllo Johnson
t mayor's court, ouo plain drunk
and ono abuslvo lauguago So each.
DoWiol's ludlos' and gents' oystor
parlor crowuou tiny and night
Funeral sorvlcos will bo held over
tho body of of Mr. F. Ulandor, at tho
lanillv resiuonco on norm lltli street.
between Columbus and Barnard, ut
4 p. m. to-morrow, Oct. 4th. The
burial will take place nt Oakwcod
Cemotory. Frionus und acquaintan
This evening In the county court a
jury or comission da litnaltco enqul
rendu, was suramoncod to Investigate
into the sanity of a Mrs. Johnson, the
Jury after a thorough investigation
pronounced tho unfortunate lady of
unsound mind aud recommendod
that sho bo sent to tho asylum whore
proper oaro and treatment for her
flady could bo rendored,
Suddon Death at tho O. K. Wagon
Brlofmontlon was mado in theso
columns yesterday of tho doathof.T.
F. Long, at tho McKeuzlo wagon
yard. Tho suddon change from ro
bust health to Inanimate clay, calls
for a moro oxtonded uotleo of tho facts
than could bo collected yostorday.
Mr. J. F. Long had arrived from
Crawford with a wagon ami team for
tho purpose of hauling freight to a
firm In that city. Saturday ovonlng
ho loadod his wagon, but feeling
Blightly unwell, postponed his re
turn until Monday, Sunday, physi
cians woro called In but did not sup
poso him to bo sorlously ill. Ho com
plained of Borenoss to Mr. McKcnzle,
aud stutod that ho could movo him
self easier than for nnyono to assist
him. 1 To also statod that ho was n
Mason and requested that somo mom
bor of tho order ho askod to call on
him. Sovoral of Waco's Masons
promptly called, hut had no idoa ho
was dangerously sick.
Monday ho suddenly told Mr. Mc
Konzio ho was going to dio; shortly
aftorwardw ho oxpressod a deslro to
bo turnod In tho bod which Mr.
MoKonzlo did and whllo almost In
tho act of moving him, hi j eyes bo-
camo glazod and ho had passed
beyond all ofoarth's troublos'aud ills.
Dr. Wllkesi who attended him pro
nounced tho caso as bordering closely
on black jaundice
The deceased leaves a wlfo aud a
bright llttlo boy twp years old, to
mourn tho loss of a husband and
Tho Carpenters and Jolnors of Waco
lodgoNo. 117 aro requested to meet
at their hall ut at 3 p. in. to-morrow,
8. W. Smkdlky, President.
J. II. Dim.ox, Secretary.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY
Ordor your tickets from D. Domnau
& Bro., opposite McLelland Hotel.
Tw o ol the principal English novels
of the autumn publishing season will
be "The Legacy of Cain" by Wilkie
Collins and "Through the Long
Night" by Mrs. Lynn Lynton, both of
which appear about the middle of
Tho Ingenuity ol Womankind.
A ctory was told tho other day that
admirably exemplified tho ingenuity of
womankind. It w as tola by a ell Known
dock man as ho w as taking a trip around
Grand Islamltho other afternoon. "They
had no otid of trouble In trjing to keep
cups for chinking purposes at tho water
coolers on tho Periwinkle last summer,"
said he. "Tlio captain was in despair.
Ho had tried chaining tlio cups, but the
women even broke tho chains. Finally
the engineer hit upon a bright and
novel plan. 'I tell you what to do,' he
said. 'Just prfek a holo tluough tho bot
tom of each cup. That will mako them
leak so thai it will bo impossiblo to cany
them to tho upper deck.' Tho captain
was delighted, and immediately ordered
a lot of new cups, w Inch i ero carefully
bored. Then tlio engineer mado himself
icady to binilo at tho passengers' dibcom
flturo. Tho first person that tried cairy
ing water npstaiis was a small boy, who
tested every cup and finally gavo up tlio
"Tlio engineer chuckled and hugged
himself in diabolical glco at tho suc
cess of his scheme, but a school girl
fooled him just tho same. Sho camo
down humming an air from 'Eiminio,'
filled up tho first cup sho got hold of and
staitcd. Tlio engineer's delight was get
ting beyond bounds when ho saw tho
water streaming along tho floor. Tho
girl saw it, too, and stopped short.
Sho sized up tho leak and then, going
back to tho cooler, deliberately refilled
tho cup, put her finger over tho leak and
canied tho cup of water up stairs in tri
umph. That was tlio maddest engineer
I e er saw, but instead of getting angry
I I oared when ho told mo of it, and said:
'Scoioonofor tho girl. Bless tho dear
things, anyhow. No matter how hard
or hbw often a man may try to fool them,
it is tlio gill who conies out ahead. Say
what j ou aio a mind to, thoy get there
eveiy time. ' " Buffalo News.
".School Treat" of Engtnml.
Tho school tieat3 aio ono of tho nice
ways lieh eoplo in Cjiglaud take to
spoudtlich mo'iey. All tliotenchci'iaud
scholars in a Loudon i.iiMi echrol mc
invited to the cotmtiy scat of tho giver
of tlio float, mid cuiy effort is nuulo to
lender tho holiday a pleisant ami incin
oiabloono for tho chihhen. 1 was en
gaged to !"iun i i ("!tc turning nearly a '
thousand boys nnd.giild ut u bchool tieat
gion by Col. Noitli, tl.o .South Anieil
can. IIo had a bpccial tuiin, and the
childien camo in thu cvro of their teach,
era and weio accompanied by the curate
of tho palish. -A gviiciouu lunch ui
provided, and it w,n nico to eco the
hostess and a boty of pi city joung
women, with big whito hcutekoe.iiig
anions on, hhsily ei iplojcd In (.puutling
butter, making tto'.CLw iclics t r cutting up
big masses of wholesome, cake.
Tho affair lasted fiom 10 a. in. to 0 p.
m. Theio were nil boitsof games and
tho never to bo omitted Punch and Judy
show. Air balloons woro sent up and
every child received a toy of somo sort.
Tho country band supplied music, and it
wasgieat fun to Geo tho iniportanco of
tho bandmaster us ho fussed about with
an air of gicat importance. Her lady
bhip, tho hostess, was treated like a
queen by him and everybody clac. Somo
timo during tho afternoon all tho
children woro ciouncd for a photograph,
and then they matched off for tea in a
big tent. Tlio curato said gtaco and tho
good things soon disappeared. I found
theso children very easy to amuse, and
thoy invaiiably laughed in tlio right
place, which cannot nlways bo said of
older peoplb. Now York Ilcrald Inter
view, Buy feed at Duvall's 309. Franklin. ,
SI HEW IKUTED SHOWS IS
THURSDAY, OCT. 11.
BiPnum ft London New United Expoilllons.
k-wii j.jiP5S2J:rSr!rt lilies SGKSttPw!?
5 Hew Shows Aiei this Year!
A Monstor Traveling Universal Fair, with a World of Astounding Attractions
Barnum & Bailey's Greatost show on Earth, tho Groat London Circus.
Puris-Olympla Ilypodromo. Grand Horso Fair. Moorish
Caravan and Monster World's Fair.
CAPITAL, $3,000,000; DAILY EXPANSES, $0,800
43 Circuses in 3 Rings. k
ELEYATED STAGE PERFORMANCES,
Two Immonso Monairerles of wild hoasts. IJiir horso fair with 380 hoad of
Ilaro horses. Wild Moorish Caravan with high priests, tlnvos, Arah
v horses, war weapons, roligious artlolos and touts of animal
skins. Ileal wandering tribo of BcdouliiH, Charming
Algerian dancing girls. Hords of olophauts,
droves of camels, trained zobras, gi
raffes, ostriches, donkoys,
SKELETON AS NATURAL AND BIG AS LIFE.
Tronpo ori'l.enomuinl JapancKe experts, Museum of living human wonders, giants
dwarfs inldgits, fat people, armless and legless wonders, etc., etc, l'.'S startling
and original aets, foreign and Amcrliau uitlstsi talking and acting Arctic seals)
trick ponies, stallions, clitihants. dogs, bears, etc.; sovenoticn dens or wild animals
with trnlncrst "'lhegnatest united iflbitsof the greatest combined shopmen, pre
senting tho grandest possible show."
TWO EXHIBITIONS, DAILY, AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
Doors Open at 12:30 and 6:30, Admission to Everything $1, Children under 9 years 50 c,
ALL TENTS REMAIN UP UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK AT NIGHT.
GREAT 3STE-W STREET FA.R-A.IDE
With everything novul, rich, majnlltccnt aud containing $1,510,000 worth
or rare features at U o'clock a. m. As on accommodation reserved seat
tickets will be sold at thu regular price, and admission tickets at thu usnal
advance In Morrison, Itlsclicr X I'o'a drug store, 513 Austin nnsnuu.
Cheap excursion rates on all railroads. Will oxhlhlt nt
FORT WORTH OCT. 10,
15 Complete ani WonflerM
EQUATIC FEATS IN REAL LAKE.
AND AUSTIN OCT. 12.
The Direct Route
To All Points.
. New Mexico,
And the- Northwest."
2 Daily Trains 2
Tho Direct Route to All
Points in the North
Via St. Louis
Pnllmau l'lnco Hotel Cr are ran
between St. I-onll and San Antonio,
Tla Sedsll (ally. All trains arrlva
and depart from tho Grand Union
Depot at St. Lonls, thereby assuring
passengers speedy connections.
Fast Time! Superior Agcohho-
It. P. HUG1IK8.
, Pass. Agent,
it. w. ;mccui.lough,
Qexeral Passenger and FrelghCAgent,
Si. Louis Arkansas &
"Cotton Belt Route."
Tho New Standard Gauge
Through . Line
Arkansas and Texas,
Via CAIRO to
ST. LOUIS AND GH1GAG0
Connecting In Union Depots with
through trains for all iwlnta In
Ohio, and all Points
North and Bast.
Don't buy a ticket for auy
point until you havo commlt
od tho Agent of tho St. Louis,
Arkannan and Texas Railway.
Ueueral Passenger Agent, St. Louli
E. W. LoBAUME,
Ass't Gen'l Pass, Agent, St. Louli.
D. E. HIRSHPIELD,
Local Ticket Ageut. Waoo,Tr