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Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!!
IMPROVED ,:. HEALTH ,:, CORSET
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
MRS. J3. - J. - DOS8,
JUTII FOURTH STREET.
Local Time Card.
Northbound j Leaves.... 2:40a. m.
t " .'....".!.'. 1:15 n. in.
" 1:2.1 p. m.
Ticket Agent, I'nillla Hotel Wock.
Cotton Belt Bouto.
So 1. Kvpressar. T.Op. m.T.caU's:l'ODp.in.
No. SI Mixed .... Loaves;,. lo n.m.
No .'. Corslcaim nnd HHIbor,i(Stopi ut Waco)
Arrives .I'l'iP m
Xo. ii. Kxprcss ar. 11:27a.m. Leave 11 I
No, !tt. Kxpress to Corslcaim und IIHIh-.
11. V.. HntdllMM.ll.
Ticket Agoiit, Pacific Hotel Illock.
... H:10 a. in,
1:30 p. m.
. U:")0 a. in.
, ...i :on p. m.
.,,.0:30 p. m.
. 0:50 a. in.
Ticket Agent. Paclflc Hotel Illock.
WACO. TEXAS. OCTOBER 20. 1888
To Cotton Bnycra.
do to or telepbono T. D. Hays at Waco Ilull
dlng Association, and insuru vonr cotton.
Berwick Bny oysters, fresh, 12-3 cts.
per dozen at tho St. Charles. Open
day and night.
Fresh Naekorel at Stolto Bros, f
Fresh country produce at Heard's.
Dr. Saunders. Dentist, HttH Austin Ave.
Sweet ornngos at Kophal's.
Dr. Sanndcrs. Dentist. XMii Austin Ave
Buy feed at Duvall's 309: Franklin.
Peeler's Cough Syrup eurei coughs and
colds when all others lull.
Dr P. It. Hengst, DiysJcian and Surgeon.
Itcsidence Oil Washington street, oltlce 40.0,
recler's Drug Store for Drowsing Cases, Sha
ving Sets. Work lloxes, Manicure Sets and
The' bes't brands of pocket-knives
and razors at Horsfull & Cameron.
El Paso grapes extra choice at Joe
Peeler's Blood Alterntlve will purity the
blood when nothing olse will. It Is ivarrnn
teu. For choico roasts go to Riddle's
cash market and got it cheap.
Best of groceries at Heard's, Aus
Dr. .1. II. Tloyett, dentist, corner.Austln and
All tho delicacies of tho season at
Beraomber tho barbecurod meats at
Kiddle's caBh market.
Peeler's liver Pills arc tho best In tho world,
small and easy to tako . Ev cry box w arranted
Laoy sells the celebrated McAlistor
coal, the best In this market.
Ross' Imported Soda at the Cotton
Stolte Brothers have just received
afresh lot of Holland Herring. Call
and try them.
TntA.tfl Tkimn atnrn la tlm r.heanest ilaco In
Waco to get your prescriptions tilled. Only
Patronize Marc. Flournoy's tlrst
cluss barber shop in tho New McClel
land billiard parlor.
For choice fresh meats N. A. Straus
burg's market in East Waco is the
place. " t
Fresh country and creamery butter
at Heard's. .
Tho best brands of scissors and
shears at Horstull & Cameron.
Mark Flournoy has two first-class
barbers in his barber shop in tho
Now McClelluhd billiard narlor.
Choice preserves and conserves at
fin to tho reliablo Jewelers Levlu-
skl& Lewine for flno Diamonds at
B. and S. at Cotton Exchange.
If you want a good meal or a good
bed, go to the Brunswick on Frank
lin streot. Everything is neat as a
pin and first-class. .
Parties should iavo letter and mail
boxes put up at tliolr houses and offi
ces at once. Orders should be left
for them at H. E. Ambold's gun
store and they will bo promptly exo
cuted. Fresh crop cranberries at Joe
Thompsons 4th and Franklin'street.
N. A. Strasenberg, in East Waco,
keeps one of tho nicest and best
cquiped markets in part of the coun
try and the people In this part of the
city know where to got choice (uioy
Parties should have letter and mail
boxes put up at their houses and offi
ces at once. Orders should be left
for them at H. E. Ambold's gun
ntore and they will bo promptly ex
NEW STYLE GLOVE 1
LACED,:, IN,:, TWO,:, MOVEMENTS!
No Button, Hooks, or (,'nlchlngs.
Tho Darliuul Monday
Berwick Buy oysters at Airs. Ed.
White's boat in tho ninrkot. 871w
Tho grand jury adjourned to-day.
During their sitting, tlioy found 170
Fresh Galveston Fish nt Mrs. Ed.
White's every day. 87-lw
In tho suit of Batim in reconvention
for damages against Gooch, in tho
county court tho jury round Tor ( loouh.
Tho colebratod Irish comedian, W.
J. Scanlan, nt tho Garland Monday
night In 8hano-na-Lawn.
Berwick Bay oystors received fresh
daily, at Mrs. White's on South Fifth
streot botwoen Austin and Franklin,
next door to tho Stone hotel.
If you would bo happy go to W. D.
Jackson for photographs.
When you need
monoy or have
s to Undo Dult'
uionoy to spenu
Sam Robinson is making a specialty
of refined oil for cooking purposes
tills week, l'uro and healthy.
Box office of tho Garland opens
Monday morning for tho Koone en
gagement sale of reserved seats.
Mr. W. Oliver and wife, on north
Eighth streot, are happy over tho ap-
pearanco a( tlioir homo of a fine nlno
pound baby boy.
In tho county court yesterday, J. It
Beard plead guilty to the charge of
carrying a six shooter, anil was nneu
$2o and Imprisonmont for twenty days.
Go to your Uncle Duir, tho pawn
broker, opposlto tho McLolland hotel,
if you need any monoy or want to
Ico cold drinks of finest flavor, at
Kophal's great fruit anil contection
Mayor Hinchman, on yeslorday, in
nlifxllfiiino to instructions from the
city council, had tho fence removed
across Mailboro avenue, put thero by
Mrs. Chamberlain's agent.
Great Shakspoaria'n rovlval at the
Garland next week. Hamlot Tues
day evening. Richard III Wednesday
ovoning, and Othello for the Wednes
day matinee, as rondored by the cel
brated tragedian Thcs, W. Keeno.
Yesterday, whllo tapping tho gas
main at the comor of Twelfth and
Columbus stroeto, Mr. J. H. Maxon
enhaled so much of tho escaping gas,
that it felled him to tho ground. Ho
soon revived, howevor, and to-day is
at ins post ngaln.
At No. Ill South Fifth streot will
bo found Mrs. Ed White's oyster par
lor and restaurant, where all the del
icaclos of tho season may bo found.
Mrs. White has spared neither money
or labor to make this a clean and tidy
ploco whero ladles out shopping may
partake of a nice lunch. Sho guar
antees satisfaction, and solicits the
patronage of tho public
The toniost barber stiop in town Is
that of Jeff Williams, tho old "O. K."
stand, Austin street, near the square.
He has four tonsorial artists unsur
passed in the state, and a nice cool
room. Everything kept nice ami in
tho best of ordor.
Call at Bam Robinson's, south side
square, and. examine nis compieio
stook of fredh groceries. Ho makes a
specialty of Imported Holland ner
riug. kraut, ancliovles, German Dill
pickles, aud Swiss and Limborger
A lady with flfteon years expe
rience In teaching muslo, wishes a
number of pupils Instrumental mu
sicTerms, on piano, organ or guitar,
$4 nor month: two lessons per weok.
Apply to Mrs. s. w. i;iarK, aju
Franklin street. -w 85
Tho barber shop in the Now Mc
Clolland Billiard Parlor has been
taken in charge by Mark Flournoy,
iroprletor of the Ullltaru 1'arior. no
inn scoured the sorvlces of two tlrst-
olass white barbers, and soliolsits a
share of tho patronage of tns menus
and the publlo generally.
Tho Houso of Lords under its now
proprietor, Wes. Damron, is dispens
ing to its patroiiB tho fluest Imported
and domestic liquors, wines and cl-
?ars. Tho best brands of old Ken
ucky whiskies pascod over the bar.
Fresh, cool beor alwayj on tap.
Pollto attention aud satisfaction guar
anteed. This house is open day and
night, and your pntronngo Is respeot
Savage & Clifton have retnoTod to
110 South Third street, whero they
wlh bo triad to hnvo their customers
call. They deal In furniture, and do
all kinds of upholstering and repair
For first class Photos of all styles,
call on Deane, Waco's high priced
Photographer. No cheap shoddy
work done. .
Buy meat from Kirt Riddle. When
you pay cash you don't pay for what
somebody else didn't pay'for. f
Mayor Hluohmnn found threo of
fenders arraigned In his court this
morning. .Too Williams mid Dick
BUos wcro up on a chargo of leaving
their their teams unhitched and wero
Tho third offender .loir McCune is
tho driver of an express and baggage
wagon and lot ids team stand on Aus
tin nvonuo blocking up Unfile thoroliy.
IIo was lined &.
Tho last lino Is a move in tho right
direction and it Is to bo hoped that
tho hackmon of tho city who monop
olize tho httohliig places in tho vicin
ity of Fourth and Austin will tnko
note of tho punishment Indicted on
Partner wanted with small capital,
in an established 2nd hand business.
Apply at this ofllco. t
Tho celebrated McAllister coal will
bo sold only by W. 1). Lnoy for 'the
Choice canned goods at Heard's.
Insure your property with Meek
&, Fllzhugh, ofllco in Pacific Ex
press olllce, -1th St.
Swcot ornngos at Kophal's.
Choice roasts from 5 to 8 cents per
pound nt RIddlo's cnsli market on tiio
Sweet oranges at Kophal's.
Hoadquartors for best boots &
shoes is nt Sleeper, Clifton & Co., 1th
Swoot oranges at.Kophal's.
All tho latest styles in foot wear
at the old stand Sleeper Clifton &
Sweet orangos ut Kophal's.
All tho latest styles and novelties
at Mrs. B. J. Dobs' millinery store,
Kirt Riddle keops tho Caxh Market
on tho square saves you from forty
to fifty per cent on your moat.
Great bargains in unroJeemod
pledges nt your Uncle DutrDomnnu's
opposlto tho McLolland hotel.
Sweot orangos at Kophal's.
Go to W. D. Jackson and get a
tograph of yourself and chlldron
Children's School shoes neat and
durable at Sleopor, Clifton & Co.,
at Heard's, nil
poach cider nt
Fresh Holland Herring at Stolto
Now crop Louisiana malasses extra
lino at .Too Thompsons.
Peeler's Cholera Sllxturu will euro cramp
colic, cholera morbus, illairhu'a and llux. War
ranted. Peeler's Drug Storo for Violin and Guitar
Strings, Paper, IMiib, Ink and Pencils, all at
uuiiuju prices . -
You will save money by buying what you
want in the Drug line at Peeler's Drug Mere,
Corner ."itli and Austin street
Sleopor, Clifton & Co., 4th & Austin
Barbecuod meats fresh from the kiln
every day at RIddlo's cash market, t
Oysters and fish, fresli every day at
Mason, Morgan & Co.'s.
Nothing but tho freshest groceries
kept at Stolto Bros.
Choico steaks from 0 to 8 cents at
RIddlo's cash market on tho squaro,
Lovinski & Lewine carry tho finest
stock of gold and silver watches at
DoWlel's ladies' and gents' oyster
parlor crowdod day and night.
. You will snvo 20 to2.'5 per ct. bv
buying from the wholesale and retail
Jowolers, Lovinski & Lewine. t
For flno watch. Clock and jewelry
repairing go to tho old reliable Lo
vinski & Lewine. t
McAlistor coal is tho best, hardest
and cleanest of all tho soml-anthra-cite
variotlos in this market.
Sweet orangos at Kophal's.
Durable boots & shoes at Sleeper,
Clifton & Co.,
Mrs. Nancy Couch, of Jasper county
Ga., says she is 1 20 years old. She
may be wrong, but she is certainly
very old and very remaikable. She
lives with her grand-daughter, Mrs.
Holloway, who is eighty years old,
and this is what Will Harden, her
great-great-great grand-son says about
her. "She is just as spry, lively and
quick as most women of fifty or sixty,
and when I saw her last looking as
pretty and young as most of women
around. You can't tell that she Is
old, as she is lively and young looking;
but when you talk to her of her child
hood it seems as if you are hearing
about the creation. She knows much
and they tried to get her to go to the
Centenial in Philadelphia, but she
would not go, as she said she did not
want to play the part of a dummy.
KfbUi ration In Chicago
Chicago, Oct. 19. Incomplete re
turns from the inspectors of registra
tion, which was completed in the cily
yesterday, indicate a total of about
164,000. me vote at tne last presi
dential election was 1 10,000, and it is
estimated that 160,000 votes will be
cast at the forthcoming election, or
an increase of more than 50 per cent
in four years.
Fancy Brands nauco.s at 311 Austin
7O0 -A.3STD 711 A.TTSTI3ST -A.XTE3STXJB.
All kinds of Scccnd
repaired, stored, moved or packed for
Stoves, Crockery, Glassware,
Sewing Machines, Mattrsses,
Spring Beds, Comforts, Lamps and
o Musical Instruments.
Stock Vo:rr ItWfgo
And More Coming1!
Waco OtJLiriositrr JSlropu
Apiiolnlin'tMor Ieino'rutlc NpenkerH
Tho following named gentlemen
will address the people at tho respec
tive places and on the dates named
below in tho Interest of Democracy:
Hon. S. P. Mills China Springs,
October 13; Mastorsvlllo, Octoboo 20;
Robinson, October 2"; Bosquevllle,
October 20; Patrick, October 30; Woco,
November 1; Moody November '!.
Hon. W. H. Lessing Patrick Oct.
0; South Bosquo, Octobor 13; Crawford
Hon. W. II. Jenkins China
Springs, Ootobcr 13; Howott, Oct. 20
Judgo John C. "West Spooglevillo,
Hon. A. J. Cnruthors Axtoll, Oct
13; Bosquovillo, Octobor 20.
Judgo L. C. Alexander Douglas
Judge F. M. Makelg West,
bur 13; Ross, Octobor a); uonova,
Hon. J. C. Jonkins Douglas Store,
Mr. W. A. Pogue Battle Institulo,
Judgo G. B. Gerald Robinson,
Octobor 13; Boblnson school houso,
October 20; Bosquevllle, Ootobor 23.
Gen. F. H. Robertson Duty's
Store, Ootobor 27; Battle Institute,
Capt. T. A. Blair "West, Octobor 0;
Lorena, Octobor 13; Crawford, Octo
ber 20; Moody, October 27.
Mr. John J. Soo Axtoll. Ootobor
13; Duty's Storo, October 20.
Mr. J. W. Taylor Mart, October 0:
McGregor, October 13; Ross, Octobor
20; Douglas Storo, Octobor 27.
Other speakers will bo added from
time to tlmo. Wm. W; Evans,
Chairman Central Campaign Com.
W. A. Kiuoaid's AppommentB.
Hon. W. A. Kincaid, Democratic
nominee for floater, will address the
people in this county as follows ?
Crawford, October 1 6.
McGregor, October 17.
Moody, October 18.
Eddy, October 10.
Lorena, October 20.
Waco, October 22.
Now arrival of fresh mackerel nt
Go to MrH. B. J. Doss' mllllnory
storo, Fourth street, for best una
cheapest hats, bonnets and other
Honnessy's Imported French bran
dy Just received from Bordoaux at
Cotton Exchange. t
First quality of Ham Sausages just
In at Stolte Bros.
Lacy keeps the best red ash unthra
A nlco lino of Jowolry and lino
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
DoWlel's Boston Chips aro the talk
of tho whole country,
- Hancl Goods bought
Leave orders for roses, plants, fruit
and ornamental trees at Perry's Pa
clllo hotel block. t
J. Doss, milliner, Fourth
r stook and low pricos.
Boston cli Ins
fresli everyday at
Peeler's Corn Itcniotvr takes off corns with
out pnln or scar. No ( uiik o Pay I
Fancy pickles at Hoard's, 311 Aus
Choicest moat in town nt the Ave
into markot, nothing but tho host.
Do not forget that Riddle sells lor
cash, and you can gel moats from him
a great deal cheaper from him than
The fluost beef, mutton, veal, and
fish aro alwavs to bo found at J. C.
Octo-ICrlppen's markot, comor Fifth and
DoWlol chtch tholr own oysters
try them. Boat4 arrives twico each
day. Send in your orders, for oysters
lor tsunuay on iTiuy 10 ijowioi.
Fino comb honey at Joo Thomp
son's. Notice of Sale.
Wiimii as, On the sixteenth iluyofJanmiry,'
Irs, iiin utiickliolderR of tho Waco' 'Farm, at
their regular annual meeting, held at tho
abovo mentioned date, In tho city or Waco,
county of McLennan, statu or Texas, did, by
resolution, an tborlzothu directors or sulci corpo
ration to sell at publlo auction, tho property
known as the Waco Kami, for tbopurposo of
llmililatliiir 1 10 lniieiiteiincsB 01 sain cornora-
tloniand the directors of tho said company, In
compliance therewith, nt 11 meeting held In the
City orwaco, oil 1110 toxin uny 111 ruurunry
rotary to at once adtcrtlso tho property (all of
iwn, rtasscu n resolution jiihixuihiiih iu xi'v
which will nioreru iv annear, roierenee ueing
had to the resolution of said directory.)
Wherefore, by vlrtuo of authority vested In mo
by the resolution aforesaid, I will offer forsalc,
betweenthe hours of 10 a III, and 2 o'lock p.
m , at publlo auction, to tho highest bidder,
on tho eighth dar of November, mat, nt the
court housu, In the tity of Waco, that certain
tract on land known at
Till: WACO FAltM.
With tho members mid appurteniincps there
to belonging, laying In said county of McLen
nan, and more particularly ileserlbe
ed as fol-
lows: Six hundred and 101
land, lleglnnlng at tho survey of ul I acres, of
which In tho center of Flat creek at a point
11. West SOU v.ras ami north "' ,west fi va
ras from tho southwest cor.ofThonias I. Cham
ber's two league survey In said McLennan
count), Texas. Thenco return to said south
wt'Ht corner, 'Ibence north 4"P, cast KHt.l va
ra, to tho southeast comer of the liwi acres
hereinafter mentioned. Thenco north -ih0.
west 13.M.7 varas to tho north comor of said
2i0 ucres and west corner of 'casting's 60 aero
inrvcy. 'Ihenio north 1.1, cast tlis.O varas
to the cait comer of tho l'rt acres herelnanur
mentioned. Thence north 43, west WI2.1 va
ras alonv Brand's west line to tho north comer
or said lib acre tract. Thence soutli "', west
S'i7 varas. Thenco south 7)i, west I.TJI 4 varas.
Thenco south 4'i" , east M7)i varas to the north
corner of tho -ix) acres hereinafter meiitlimcd.
Thence south 41, west 810 varas to Flat creek.
Thence down tho meunderings or tho name to
tho place of beginning, being W aensout "f
the Chambers survey, deedo . by Catherine F.
Ferguson and others to Chas. Moran,.lr., also
17 acres out of said Chamber survey, deeded
by fcnorli Winter to Chas. Moran, Jr., and aw
atrus out of tho Carlos OVamos survey,
deeded by J. II. McMiirray and wire to Chas.
Mi.rRii. Jr.. in alllllt acres. Thu remaining A
acres being tho timber lot out of M. Martinet ,
two league grant adjoining tlm O'Catnpos sur- '
ter, deeded to Chas, Morau, .Ir ,by.l. II. Me- ,
Murray and wife, November IH, taut I
'I'll,, .nlrl aaln will bo Hindu for cash. tllC llUr-
chaser, however, taklngthe said rami subject
to a mortgage) of tli,Ko, held by the State Ceil
trl bank or Waco, 'lflas
In witness hcrcor I hale hereto lit my hand,
this October mil, A lw
(.'. W . Vt 'ut,
and sold, rented,
We are recellng tho largest and best selec
ted f took for our fall trado that has ever come
to Waco, comprising In part, Dolls, Toji,
Wagons, Ilyclcles, In Tact everything th this
A beautiful line for '.!" cents each, in flno
designs. Lamp wicks P.! for 1(1 cts., lamp
burners 111 its.
New Window Shades.
Kxtraheay Ilnoii shades on spring rollers,
handsome dado at 73 cts each) Holland shades
011 spring rollers 7 feet long, no cts each, 'lheso
An extra large comfort, good material, TActs)
a better one for $1,00, worth $1.M). Men's
good Jeans pants, 73 cts. Kxtra heavy men's
oerslilrtB M. Splendid knit undershirt i!5 cts .
Good Canton flannel drawers '!.' cts, Heavy
seamless bono It cts a pair. Turkey red tahlo
cloth warranted fast color STi cts per jard
Obeap Useful Things.
llronn's ladles shoo dressing, tlm best madn
lucper bottle. Molasses pitcher, spring top,
irc. Good full slzu houso brooms 1! cts.
Heay hatchet 2,'icti. Tough steak pounder 15c.
pure steel kitchen knife 21, (I largo bars pure
Castile soap 2.1 cts, Dottle best glue 10 cts.
largo coteied bucket 10 cts. 24 sheets very
best noto paper 10 cts. llottlo flno ink Acts.
Mucilage Ms a bottle. School baskets, slates,
pencils, tablets, etc., at tho
1 AUD 10 CENT STORE,
Ml Austin street, between Klfib and Sixth,
Tho Waco Installment Company
can satisfy any ono who needs furni
turo. Thoy will oltlior rent fumituro
or soil It on installments so low that
any ono can pay for It. They have a
flno largo stock of all sorts of furni
ture and they sell very cheap. Dont
purchase elsewhere until you havo
given them a call. Tlioy move and
pack furnlturo cheaply. Prather
Block Austin street.
Satisfaction guaranteed on everything nn
buy at Peeler's Drug Store.
Fanoy brands Hour at 311 Austin
Miion, Mopgin I: CD.,
COlt. AUSTIN & 8th STS.
T7"K:i" 4'onatantly on llnnil
All ItlinlHorFHKNII MKATN.
KI8H and OVSTKIW a specialty. Prompt
delivery and good weights, Noxtitonrte 'Vaco
Supply store, 011 Austla street
!Mrs.FannieEstelle&Mrs. O.L. Wiley
With 12 year experience In dressmaking,
wo are both prepaied to dollrst clnss work.
Wo therefore offer our services to tlm Indies or
Waco, aud solicit their kind patronage. Prices
reasonable and work guarantced-also 1 beauti
ful decorative work, Austin avenue. No 4ooj;,
Mil. F. K. iNTriXK
Mas. 41. I., W'tKV.
SOU'I II HKVK.NTII UKTIVKKS AUSTIS
CKVKNTII 81 IIKI.TS,
FJtANK WORTH AM, lKOIH.
Rites $tyr iiy.