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SOUTH FOURTH STREET.
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No. U. Corslcann and Illllsboro(StopB at Wneo)
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WACO. TEXAS. OCTOBER 0. 1888
To Cotton slayer.
Go to or telcphono T. D. Hays at Waco Hull
dins Ansoclatlon, and Insure vour cotton .
Berwick Bay oystors, froah, 26 ct8.
per dozen at the St. Charles. Open
day and night.
Nothing: hut the freshest grocerlos
kept at Stolte Bros.
Fresh country produce at Heard's.
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, S02; Austin Ami.
B. and S. at Cotton Exchange.
Dr. Sanndcra. Dentist, EM. Austin --To
Barbecued meats fresh from the kiln
every day at Riddle's cash market, f
TheJ best brands of pooket-knlves
and razors at Horsfull & Cameron.
El Paso grapes extra choice at Joe
Milk Shakes, Cream Soda, and
other ico cold drinks 5 cents ut
For choice roasts go to Riddle's
cash market and got it cheap.
Best of groceries at Heard's, Aus
All the delicacies of the season ut
Heard s. '
Bemember the barbecured meats ut
Riddle's cash market.
Laey sells the celebrated McA lister
coal, the best in this market.
Ross' Imported Soda at the Cotton
Stolte Brothers have just received
a fresh lot of Holland Herring. Call
and try them.
For choice fresh meats N. A. Straus
burg's market in East Waco is the
Fresh country and creamery butter
The best brands of scissors and
shears at Horslull & Cameron.
Blank Bros, fine candies, pure fruit
iuice flavors at Kophals.
Choice preserves and conserves at
Go to the reliablo Jewelers Levin
ski & Lewlue for flue Diamonds at
If you would bo happy go to W. D.
Jackson for photographs.
Choice groceries at Heard's, ,111
Mott's Maryland peach cider at
Fresh Holland Herring nt Stolte
Strained honey, this year's crop at
Fancy Brands sauces at .111 Austin
Red Seal, the Boss 5 cent cigar at
Hay. oats and bran at Duvall's S00,
Fanoy brands flour at 311 Austin
Fine comb honey at Joe Thomp
son's. Fancy pickles at Heard's, 311 Aus
Fresh Nackorel at Stolto Bros, f
Choicest meat in town at the Ave
nue market, nothing but the best.
Do not forget that Riddle sells for
cash, nnd you can get meats from him
a great deal cheaper from him than
Tho finest beef, mutton, veal, and
fish aro always to bo found at J. C.
Crippen's market, corner Fifth and
New arrival of fresh mackerel at
DeWlel catch their own oysters
try them. Boat arrives twice each
day. Send in your orders, for oysters
for Sunday on Fridy to DeWlel. -
HEW STYLE GLOVE!
LACED,:, IN,:. TWO,:, MOVEMENTS!
Jfo Muttons, Hooks, or Catch hips.
Cool nnd bracing.
The grand jury grinds steadily away.
Tho cotton finds its way to Wnco.
That Sixth street trench caused an
other break-down yesterday.
Corrugated iron flro-traps should be
rigidly forblddon in tho lire limits.
Read tho church notloos and loam
whoro services will bo hold to
morrow. The mayor's court panned out noth
ing this morning from which a repor
ter could make an item.
The citv council meets to-nicht to
complete the work which was inter
rupted ty the lire Thursday night.
In Tustice Sleener's court this nmrn.
ing John and James Dermis were fined
$io each for gaming.
It is expected that tho Inventory
of the immense stock of Lowin Bros.
will bo completed by to-night.
Frank Steiner is engaged moving
his furniture stock to his handsome
new store on Austin Avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets.
Tho Baptist State Convention is in
session at Bolton, and a number of
Wuco divines and laymen aro In at
Tho colored cotton pickers are in
town to onjoy a holiday until their
employers hunt them up again next
Cotton lias come In freely to-day,
and Waco's buyers havo boon kept,
nustnng to keep up with tho vast
procession of wagons laden with tho
The Ladies Hebrew Aid Society
will meet to-morrow (Sunday1) evening
at 4 o'clock sharp, in the basement of
Several Hooks of ducks nnd wild
gecso passed over the city last night
on their way southward, fleeing from
tho sharp north wind.
Minnie Maddern holds the boards
ot the Opera House next Thursday,
and despite the presence of the cir
cus on the same day we predict that
she will be greeted by a fine house.
The door of Justice F. M. Makeig's
office this morning bore a card whicn
read : "Justice Makeig is at home
sick." His many friends, including
the News hope to see him at his post
An aged colored woman, named
Doll Jones, was buried at 5 o'clock
yesterday evening. She was 80 years
old and had lived in Waco for many
Sheriff W. T. Harris this morning
levied on 42 cases of boots and shoes
in the Missouri Pacific depot, as the
property of Moser & Son, to satisfy a
claim of W. W. Seley. The goods
arrived in Waco' last night.
The scorched and blackened ruins of
Thursday night's flro are a monument
to the efllcacy of our brave firemen.
Working under groat disadvantages,
they still succeeded in limiting tho
threatening flamos to nurrow bounds.
At No. 400 1-2 Austin Avjenue Mrs.
F. E. Estell and Mis. O L. Wiley
have opened a dressmaking establish
ment and are prepared to do all class
es of work in their line in the most ar
tistic and satisfactory manner. Both
are experienced dressmakers and so
licit a share of the patronage of the la
dies of Waco and vicinity.
The N'f.ws is in receipt of a pam
phlet copy of the speech of Hon. W.
A. Kincaid, democratic nominee for
floater from the 62d district delhered
at Groesbeeck on September 15 last.
It is an able argument in favor of dem
ocracy and reform and will be distrib
uted as a campaign document under
the auspices of the Groesbeeck Cleve
land Democratic club.
Should Mr. G. W. Brown withdraw
from the race for county commissioner
of this precinct on acount of the new
county line between Falls and McLen
nan, cutting him off from our countv,
there will be a call made on Mr. F. O.
Rogers, of this city, to permit his name
to go before the people as a demo
cratic candidate for the place. It has
not been learned yet what action Mr.
Brown will take.
A few nights ago somo malicious
party or parties killed thlrtoen chick
ens bolonglng to Mr. Dillingham
ticket agent of tho H. & T. O. road
Tho next morning when Mr. Dilling
ham went out into his yard he saw
tho dead chickens strung around
promiscuously, with the back of each
one broken. If the perpetrators of
this Infamous outrage are apprehend
od one year on Darwin farm would
not bean unjust punishment.
This morning was decidedly cool
and tho air very suggestive ol ovor
coats and wlntor flannels.
Alunrrlago llconso was Issued tills
morning to A. II. Ellott and Miss
Major Wiley Jones is still at work
on the right of way for the San An
tonio and Aransas Pass road and is
meeting with good encouragement
Tho flumes broko forth again from
tho smouldering ruins of Massoy's
stook this morning nnd necessitated
culling out tho 'toso cart and a detail
of firemen to suppress them.
Tho funeral of Mr. J. T. Oakes took
placo at 10 o'clook this morning. A
numbor of friends nccompaniod his
remains to their place of lntormont
In the First Street Cemotory.
It Is announce.! that E. Tom Cox.
of Eddy will bucomo 11 candidate for
County Commissioner, on account of
the rear that Mr. Brown, tho Demo
cratic nominee, will bo left In Fulls
county, If tho now county Is adopted.
Tho report that tho Baruum Clicus
had been quarantined has been pro
von to havo been n malicious Ho. Bnr
num and Bailey's greatest Show on
Earth is making triumphal progress
in the state. It has novor stopped nil
Instant and Is armed with clean bills
of health given by tho olllclals of Ar-
kausns and Texas. Besides It hits
never even visited any state thnt his
fevor opidemics nnd contagious dis
eases. Barnum Is too shrewd u mana
ger to placo his valuablo proporty in
danger. He knows that the state is
as healthy as any in Union and his
uctlon in visiting it will do moro to
alluy the fever scaro than any other
one thing Barnum deserves tho pa
tronngo of our people and dhould re
ceive their assistance In branding re
ports that aro injurious to all as, false
hoods. Lacy keeps the best red ash authru
A nico lino of jewelry and fine
watch repairing specialty ut A. J.
DoWIol's Boston Chips aro the talk
of tho wholo country.
Buy meat from Klrt Riddle. When
you pay cash you don't pay for what
somebody else didn't pay for. t
Slcepor, Clifton &"Co.i 4th & Austin
The Waco Installment Company
can satisfy any one who needs furni
ture. Thoy will either rent furniture
or soli it on Installments so low thnt
any ono can pay for It. They have n
flue large stock of all sorts of furni
ture and they sell very cheap. Dont
purchase olsew here until you Jiavo
given them a cull. Thoy move nnd
Sack furniture cheaply. Prathor
lock Austin street.
DoWIol's ludios' nnd gents' oystor
parlor crowded day and night.
Choice rousts from 5 to 8 con Is por
pound at Riddle's cash market on the
Hoadquarters for best boots &
shoes is at Sleopor, Clifton & Co., 4th
Tho Gabort Brothors.NJashionable
tailors, undo- the Pacific hotel, carry
tho biggest and finest stock of goods
In Waco. Thoy aro just receiving a
largo stook of new goods, domestic
aim imported, and have tailors just
from tho east so they can got up suits
on short notlco. Best of fits and stylos
Choice steaks from C to 8 cents at
Rlddlo's cash market on tho squaro,
Durablo boots & shoos at Sleeper,
Clifton & Co.,
Parties should have letter nnd mail
boxes put up at tholr housos and ofll
ces at once. Orders should bo left
for them at H. E. Ambold's gun
store nnd thoy will bo promptly oxo
cuted. If you want a good meal or a good
bod, go to the Brunswick on Frank
lin street. Everything Is neat us' a
pin and first-class.
The old reliablo hooKi Bhoo house
Is Sleopor, Clifton & Cth & Aus
tin. ' N
For first cluss Photos of all styles,
call' on Deuno, Waco's high priced
Photographer. No cheap shoddy
The toniobl harbor shop in town Is
that of Jofl' Williams, tho old "O. K."
stand, Austin street, nour tho squaro.
He has four tonsoriul artists unsur
passed In tho state, and a nice cool
room. Everything kept nice and in
the host of order.
Qo to Mrs. B. J. Doxs' millinery
stoio, Fourth streot, for best; and
cheapest huts, bonnets and other
Insuroyour property with Mook
& Flthugh, otlluo in Paclfio Ex
press ofllce, 4 th St. .
All tho latest stylos in foot wear
at the old stand Sreeper Clifton &
Klrt Riddle keeps tho Cah Marlct
on tho squure saves you from forty
to nity per cent 011 your meat. f
Great bargains 111 unroJeemed
pledges at your Unole DufTDomnau s
opposite tno jiaLiOiiana liotoi.
Go to W. D. Jackson and got a pho-
lograpu 01 yourseu unci cuuuren. w
First quality of Ham Sausages just
In at Stolto Bros.
Children's School slrafes neat uud
d urable at Sleopor, Cllf toh& Co.,
IS NEW UNITED SHOWS 15
THURSDAY, OCT. 11.
Biiuium ft London New United Expoilliom.
5 "New Shows Aiiei tills Year! 15 Complete ani WonierW
A Monster Travollng I'nlvoisul Fair, w ith a World of Astounding Attractions
Burniim fc Bailey's Greatest show on Kuith, tho Gieut London Circus.
Paris-Olympla Hypodromc. Grand Horso F.ilr. Moorish
Caravan nnd Monster World's Fair.
CAPITAL, $3,000,000; DAILY EXPENSES, ,S00
oj3 Circuses in 3 Rings. -
ELEVATED STAGE PERFORMANCES,
Two immonso Menageries of wild boasts. Big hoiso fair with 380 hoad of
Raro horses. Wild Moorish Caravan with high prlcts, ilaves, Aiab
hordes, war weapons, rollgious niliolos and tents of animal
skins. Real wandtirlng'lrlboof Bedouins. Charming
Algerian dancing girls. Holds of olophuutH,
droves of camels, trained robrni, gi
raffes, ostriches, dojilcoys,
SKELETON AS NATURAL AND BIGAS LIFE,
TroupoofPI cnorncnnl Jni.nnceo r:) crW. Miuuimof lhlnglmman vtonders, giants
4 d aria mldiats, fat piujilu, ariiikss anil liglees NoinltrB, etc , etc l'i.'i Martllng
and original acts, foriign and Aiiiirkiin nrtletsg talking mm acting Arttio Dtalsi
trick ponies, stallions, ikplmnts. dogs. Inars, iti j bum n onai dens orsllil iuiIihiUh
vtltli trainers) "llio gnattst unltul uUiitsol tlio gn.iittkt combined sliowmui, iiru
seining tlio 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 0 O'CLOCK AT NIGHT.
GREAT 3T:E-W" STREET RA.RA.3DE.
With cuntlili.ft noM.1. rich, tniuniflccit Pudioiltclnlii9l,1 0ii worth
of nuu features at ll u'uock a m As Jii moiiiiii(li.tloii rtbonul seat
tickus vlll be sold at the regular priiu, and admission tickets (it the usual
, advance In Morrison, Itlstlitr & C'o'g drug store, AH Austin uunue
Cheap eicurslou rates on all railroads. Will exhibit it
PORT WORTH OCT. 10, AND AUSTIN OCT. 12,
AQUATIC FEATS IN REAL LAKE,
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
Pullmtm l'alnco Hotel Cars arc inn
liitxueii St. Louis nnd San Antonio.'
vis Scdall dally. All trains arrive
and di'pnrt from tho Grand Union
Depot at St. J.ouls, thereby assuring
passengers speedy connections.
Fast Time! Superior Accotnnio-
ntAVis .iones. ii. r. hughes.
Ticket Agent, l'ass. Agent,
Warn. Toxas. Houston. Texas,
11. W. McCUJJ.OUGH,
General Phbsi nger and KreiRhtTAgent,
St. Louis Arkansas &
Teaxs Railway. .
"Cotton Belt Route."
Tho New Standard Gauge
Through .. Line
Arkansas and Texas,
Via CAIRO to
8T. LOUIS AND CHICAGO
Connecting In Union Depots with
through trains for all iolnts In
Illinois. Iowa, Wisconsin.
Pennsylvania, New York,
Ohio, and all Points
North and Bast.
f Don't buy a ticket for any
point until you huvo consult
ed tho Agont of the St. Louis,
Arkansas and Texas Hallway.
Gonoral PaBsentror Agent, St. Loui
E. W. LellAUMK,
Ass't Gon'l Pass. Agent, St. I.oult,
D. K. JIIKSHFIELl),
Local Ticket Agent. Vuuo, Texvx.