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MADAM H WILLIAMS'
4MPR0VE'" HEALTH .:. CORSET,
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AI1. IB. J. DO88,
SOUTH FOUK'l'JI STU13ET.
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WACO. TEXAS. NOV. 3, 1888.
NOTICE TO Till! IMIllMC.
o orders or open n (-fount of any fmulo)i- or par.
Ijr connected with IIiIh puprr Mill be honored by
Hie rn Co. miles l) orilrr of the manager.
Berwick Buy oysters, fresh, 2-5 ets.
per dozen at the St. Charles. Open
day and night.
Fresh Nuokorel at Stolte Bros, f
Fresh country produce at Heard's.
Dr. Saumlers, Dentist. 502 Austin Ae.
Dr. Saumlers. Dentist, HK Austin -We.
Buy feed at Duvull's 309. Franklin.
Peeler's Cough Sjrup cures coughs and
tolds whin nil others fall.
For a nloo clean shave go to Paul
Ground's Barbor Shop, next to Chas.
Kophals, cor. Austin St. aud Square.
Dr 1". It. HciifTBt. Physician anil Surgeon.
Residence nil Washlnnton street, olllce 4ft')i
Austin avenue. .
Peeler's Drug Store for Dressing Cases, Sha
ving hets, Work locs, Manicure Sets and
Tliej best brands of pocket-knives
and razors at Horsfull te Cameron.
El Paso grapes extra choice at Joe
Peeler's Wood Altirutlvo will purirj the
blood vvlitn nothing else will. It is ivurrnn
tul. For cholco roasts go to Illddle's
ash market and got it cheap.
Dr. J. 11. lloyctt, dentist, cornel .Austin and
Bcniember the barbocured meats at
Kiddie's cash market x
Peeler's Liver Pills aro the best In the world,
small and casv to take. Every box warranted
Laey sells tho celobrated McAlister
coal, tho best in this market.
Boss Imported Soda at tho Cotton
Stolte Brothers have Just received
a fresh lot of Holland Herring. Call
and try them.
Peeler's Drug Storu Is tho cheapst placo in
Waco to got jour prescriptions llllid. Only
Patronizo Marc. Flonrnoy's first
class barber shop in tho New McClel
land billiard parlor.
For choice fresh meatsN. A. Straus
burg's market m East Waco is tho
Tho best brands of scissois and
shears at Horstull & Cameron.
My refined oil used Instead of lard
for cooking purposes Is pure and heal
thy, only "5c per gallon at Sam Rob
Mark Flouruoy has two first-class
barbers in his barber shop in the
New McClelland billiard narlor.
W. R. Matthews, sign writer south
3d street. t
Go to the reliable Jewelers Levin
ski & Lewlno for fino Diamonds at
B. and S. at Cotton Exohango.
Parties should havo letter and mall
boxes put up at their houses and offi
ces at onco. Orders should be left
for them at H. E. Ambold's gun
store aud they will bo promptly exe
cuted. Fresh crop cranberries at Joo
Thompsons 4th and Franklin street.
N. A. Strasonberg, in East Waco,
keeps one of tho nicest and best
equiped markets In part of tho coun
try and the peoplo In this part of tho
city know whero to got choice Juicy
Barbecued meats fresh from tho kiln
overy day at Kiddle's cash market, f
Oysters and fish, fresh overy day at
Mason, Morgan & Co.'s,
Great bargains m uureJcemod
pledges at your Uncle DuffDomuau's
opposite tho MoLelland hotel.
NEW STYLE GLOVE!
LACED,:, IN ,:. TWO,:, MOVEMENTS!
No Iliittnns, Hooks, or Cnlclilngs.
Mr. Jilirt. Mnnrn la flwi f.itlw, nf .
fino boy born yesterday. Mother and
child doing well.
Judge F. M. Makoig fined Charles
Beer $0 this morning for assaulting
Col. Wm. Flouruoy and wife aro to
bo congratulated on tho birth of a
daugh rw ho arrived with her smiles
In tho district court to-day an or
der of salo was granted P. J. Willis
& Co. who attached tho stock of
goods of W. I. Satterfield, of A.toll.
The salo will take place on Nov. 9th,
Tho meetings during tho woek at
tho Cumberland Presbyterian church,
conducted by Dr. Halsoll, proved
very interesting and resulted in muuh
good. Regular services there to-morrow.
In tho police court this moiniug,
Mayor Tibbs assessod the following
lines: B. F. Jarvls, violating tho city
sanitary law, $10; Ed Potts, fast
riding, $3; Aaron Henderson, assault
on Turchoim, $5; Frank Miller,
tramp, $5; Geo. A. Hart, leaving
team unhitched, 3.
Hon. Richard Harrison who has
been slumping tho county for Mr.
Mills, was in the city tills morning.
Ho spoko last night at China Spring
and to-night lie spe.tks at Mart and
Waco Monday night. He says Mills
will come to Waco with 800 uiajoiity
from tho country precincts.
Tho firo bells nine out last night
about 1 a. m. but there was no firo.
It seems cruel to drag the boys out of
bed at that time of night with false
alarms and citizens ought to bo care
ful about giving alarms. Remember
that Waco's department is a volun
The Nkws learns that it made a
mistake about Austin streot being
tho 'dividing line between commis
sioners precincts No. 1 and 4. The
line has been changed lately and
Franklin street which divides tho
wards also divides the precincts so
that uow all of tho First and Second
wards lio 'in commissioners precinct
No. 4 and all of tho Third and Fourth
wards lio in commissioners proiinct
Tho barbor shop in the Now Mc
Clelland Billiard Parlor has been
taken in chargo by Mark Flouruoy,
proprietor of the billiard Parlor. He
lias secured the services of two flrst
class white barbers, and solicisits a
share of tho patronage of his friomls
and tho public generally.
The IIouso of Lords under its now
proprietor, Wes. Damron, is dispens
ing to its putt ons the finest imported
and domestic liquors, wines and ci
gars. Tho best brands of old Ken
tucky whiskies passed over tho bar.
Fresh, cool beer alwayj on tap.
Polite attention and satisfaction guai
anteed. This house is open day and
night, and your patronage is respect
The Gabert Brothors, fashionable
tailors, undo" tho Pacific hotel, 6arry
tho biggest aud finest stock of goods
in Waco. They aro just recolvlng a
large stock of new goods, domestic
and imported, and have tailors just
from tho oast so thoy can got up suits
on short notice. Bost of fits and styles
Savage & Clifton havo removed to
110 South Third street, whero thoy
will bo glad to havo their customers
call. Thoy deal in furnituro, and do
all kinds of upholstering and repair
ing Our candy factory is now running
in full blast. Fresh candies daily;
no moro stalo candies, try our chips,
caramels and Fronoh candies, tit Do
Lacy keeps tho bestied ash an turn
Go to your Undo Dun", tho pawn
broker, opposite the McLolland hotel,
if you need any money or want to
Tho finest beof, mutton, veal, and
fish aro always to bo found at J. C.
Crlppen's market, corner Fifth and
Hyacinths, Ulliesaud all fall bulbs
ct Perry's candy store, undor Paclfio
DoWiel catch their own oystors
try them. Boat arrives twlco each
day. Send in your orders, for oysteij
for Sunday on Fridy to DoWiol. ,
Do not forget that Riddle soils lor
cash, aud you can get moats from him
a great deal cheaper irom him tliaji
Peclor's Drug Store lor Violin and Guitar
Strings, Paper, Pins, Ink and Penills, all It
You will save money by bujlng what joi
want in tuo iirug nno ai eticrs wnigsun
corner &tn and Austin street
Movement of tho Upper Ton Y.
M. O. A. Entortalnmont.
Tho entortalninont given by tho Y.
M. C. A. last evening was woll at
tended, Tho first part of tho evening
was given ovor to a prograinmo which
was arranged by Mrs. R. O. Rounsa
viill and consisted of tho following
Carnival ol Music.
Song "Noaror My God to Tlloo"
Miss Nannio King.
Recitation "Taking tho Veil."
Tableau "Maud Mullor."
Tableau "Millers Daughter."
Song By Miss Laura Yates.
Tableau "A Court Lady."
Tableau "Devotion and Song."
Song "Raiso Mo Josus."
Aftor tho completion of this pio
gram, an ologent suppor was served
by the lady friends of tho association.
Tho ontertainiuont was greatly on-
joyod and was a financial success.
On last Wonosday oveninng, Hal
lowoon, Miss Minnio Watson had her
friends to gather at tho rosldenco of
her father Mr. Lancelot Watson on
South Third streot to enjoy tho occa
sion according to old tinio traditions.
Fortunes wcro told with cards, with
applo cores and mhrors, and ghost
stories wero recited. Dancing and
whist also served to inako tho even
ing enjoyable Tho guests enjoyed
ono ot tho most ologant suppers over
put on table, oveiy delicacy known to
tho m t of cooking and arranged with
most artlstio skill upon the table.
Mrs. Watson and her charming
daughter Miss Minnio, havo no equals
as outertainors and in this rcclovod tho
assistance of Mr. W. C. Watson, who
is a prlnco of chlvaliors.
AT Till'. CLIII1S.
Owing to tho fact that tho regular
business meeting of tho Philo Lite
rary club for Novembor falls upon
election night a special meoting Mas
hold Thursday night to transact cer
tain important business. Mr. Frank
Mabry was elected secretary vlco Mr.
Harry Godbor resigned, Mr. W. B.
Hays was elected assistant secrotary
vice Mr. Buford A. Killough resigned.
The German club, will give an en
tortainment this weok but the timo
has not yet been fixed.
Tho Y. M. H. A. is nourishing and
have a number of new members sinco
their elegant entortalnmont last
Last night was society night at the
Chess club rooms but owing to the
many other attractions thoro was not
a very large attendance.
Tho noxt theatrical attraction will
bo a diamaliatlon of Dr. .Tokyl and
Mr. Hydo next Friday night.
Tho iadios of Robinson w ill givo an
entertainment in their now school
building next Friday night to which
all Waco peoplo aro specially invited.
Tho Waco Fomalo college girls will
all go out aud assist in tho entertain
A number of marriages aro booked
for tho 7th, litli, 17th and othor
Miss Lily Cravens, who has boon
visiting her bi other Mavrin Cravens,
at Los Angoles, returned yostorday
Miss Dolla Bakor of Plautersville,
Tox., is in tho city on a visit to hor
sister, Mrs. Ed N. Stephenson.
Russell Klngsberry Upsets the Ex-
Clown's Colored Plonio.
It was announced yesterday that
H. btump Ashby, who has been re
cently exposed by the Fort Worth Ga
zette, as a prominent worker in the re
cret order of the national videttes con
trolling the union labor party, had ar
rived in the city and was working up
a meeting for the colored people of
Last Waco. In order to see that no
more incendiarism might not be
worked up amorivj the colored people
a number of democrats, about fifty in
number, started from this side and
sought the temple of voudooism. It
was easy to discover the spot by the
ungreased tones of Ashby's voice,
and the democrats marched into an
old stoie house, where under the
moth eaten rafters and dingy walls
dimly lighted by a few flickering can
dles sat about fifty colored men on
boxes, kegs, etc. The high priest of
vidette union labonsm was swinging
his arms and shouling out his enathe
mas against the democratic party.
Back of him on the stand were
Candidate Wilcox Editor Bennett
and others. During the speech
which was about three hours in
length, the democrats listened re
spectfully, except when he stated that
the democrats had tried to keep the
union labor speakers from speaking
and Judge Makeig got up and denied
it and said the only case of shutting
out was when the union labor manag
ers had tried to bulldoze him at West
and failed. Another time Ashby was
hissed when he called President
Grover Cleveland a "Bum." When
he had finally run out of his supply of
vulgar jokes, ancient history and ana
themas against the democratic party
he closed and announced that Mr.
Bennett would follow him but imme-
709 ulNTID 7-11 -A.XJSTI2ST .TJEnSTXTE.
All kinds of Secend-Hand Goods bought and sold, rented,
repaired, stored, moved or packed for shipment. .
Si33oiLl XSci:r&:ilixss in
W WW WW . WW WWW WWW
NEW !- I i H? I I !
Stoves, Crockery, Glassware,
Sewing Machines, Mattrsses,
Spring Beds, Comforts, Lamps and
K Musical Instruments.
Stock Very JLo.irg;e
And More Coming!
Waco OtJLriosltjr JSlxopu
diately the crowd began to yell for
Klngsberry in a way that made the
suspension bridge shake. Bennett
started forward and at the same time
did Russell Ringsberry, but Bennett
saw that the crowd was determined to
hear itussell. He said: "1 only got
up to introduce Mr. Kingsberry."
1 hen the union labor managers got
up and left, carrying most of the ne
gros with them. As they weie go
ing Kingsberry said: "I don't like
to say anything behind a man's back,
but I denounce what Mr. Ashby said
as a lie." Then he deliverd himself
of a scorching speech for about thirty
minutes, which made the old fifth
ward tesound with applanding yells.
Mr. J. J. Bogart is slowly conva
lescing aftor a serious illness.
Tho News regrots to lourn that Mis.
J. F. Horbort Is quite sick.
Judge Goo. Goldthwalte, is in tho
Mr. A. W. Childless of Dallas is
registered in tho city.
Mr. J. M. Killough, retumod to-day
from his trip oast.
Mr. J. Cross Baker, is in tho city
on a visit to his -olatlvos Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. N. Stophenson,
Rev. S. L. Mortis has returned
from a trip oyer Texas in tho interest
of Baylor University.
Col. A. Chriutoson, superintendent
of tho Wells-Fnrgo express, Is in
Mr. P. H. Pareue, of tho Ituska
Mall, was in Waco yesterday and
paid tho News a pleasant visit.
Mr. Goo. C. Williams, who has boon
engaged In tho fruit canning businoss
is in Waco looking for a locution.
Miss Bertha Walkor, a sister of Mrs.
E. P. LoDoux, arrived to-day from
Sllvor City, Now Mexico, aud will
spout tho wlntor on a visit to hor
Mrs. Collins of Alto and Dr. II. V.
Collins of Jacksonville aro on a visit
to MisH Funnio Collins, daughter of
tho formor and uloce of tho latter.
Miss Collins Is u student of Baylor
University and Is ill at tho rofideiiuo
of the Mr. J. 11. Scarborough, No. 715
Mr. J. MoNaughton, arrived to-day
from Dallas to take tho position of
manager of the Bradstreot Mercantllo
Agonoy vico Mr. C. K. Rowland, re
signed. Mr. MoNaughton has boon
In tho employ of tho Bradstreot Co.
for a number of years aud lias mot
with much success In handling that
vory difficult businoss.
For first oluss Photos of all styles.
cu.il ou Dcauo, Waco's high priced
I'l'iotogruplier. No cheap shoddy
AT THE SYNAGOGUE.
Rabbi Rosenborg on tho Indlepon
Babllity of Religion.
Thoro was a largo attendance at tho
synagogue last ovonlnp to hear Rabbi
Rosenberg's lecture on tho lndlsa
blllty of religion. Ho conimonccd tho
discourse by reading from tiio blblo
tli sentenco: ''And ho did eat and
drink and went his way: Thus Esau
despised his birthright." Ho com
pared u groat many peoplo of tho
world to Esau who only lived to on
joy such pleusuros and osohow spirit
ual things. People woro too prone to
run alter tho theories of certain
scientists who in reading tho book of
uuturo had thought thoy had dls.
covered fatal contradictions, and
thoreforo concluded that tho blblo
was simply a collootlou of supersti
tions. If life was a moro bubble, und
that death was tho ond of tho soul,
why should man not, during his ox
istouse hero on earth, havo us good u
timo as possiblo. Why curb passion,
why restrain lust, why rospoot an-
unotlior man's rights. Ho then com
mented upon tho prcsont condition of
uifiurs which made sonio men vory
rich, and the poor pooror. Tho state
and human socloty must bo rcorg
ni.ed and now laws must bo passed
which will placo all on a basis of
equality. Ho then touched upon
marriage, and showed it to bo ono of
the institutions of religion, aud that
these who persons woro calling the
Blblo a book of superstitions, woro
advocating freo love, which ho con
demned in tho strongest tonus. Ho
promised at another time todellvor u
leoluro showing tho importance of
religion from a scientific standpoint.
Tho Buplist church was well woll
llllod lust night, and Dr. Carroll
praached ono of his ablest sermons,
tho discourse boing mainly nddrcssod
to tho unconverted, Great intorost
was manifested, and sovorul went
forward for prayer. Tho eorvlcos
will bo oontlutiod through noxt week.
To-morrow Dr. Carroll will preaoh on
tho subject of "Sin and its consequon
cos." All aro invited.
Call and see Edgar & Co.'s new
Cider Mill in Stone's new hotel block,
on 5th street, between Austin Avenue
and Franklin streets, Come and get
some tresh cider from the apples as
they are ground and pressed. Cider
by the glass, pint, quart, gallon or bar
rel at rock prices. Come one, come
all! J. K. Edgar k Co. 111194
The celebrated McAllister coal will
bo sold only by W. D. Laoy for tho
Take Peelers ('hill Syrup N'o Cunt No Va
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, .''"-'); Austin Ave.
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St. Louis Arkansas. &
"Cotton Belt Route."
The New Standard Gauge
Through .. Line
Arkansas and Texas,
Via CAIRO to
8T. LOUIS AND CHICAGO
General Passenger Agent, St. Louis
E. W. LeBAUME,
Ass't Gon'l Puss. Agent, St. Louis
D. E. HIRSHFIELD,
Locul Tlckot Ageut. Wa-o, Toxax.
Oystors, candles, cakes and cigars
from Do Wei I' aro tho best in the
Now crop Louisiana malassos extra
fino at Joo Thompsons.
Peeler's Cholera Mixture will euro tramp
colic, cholera morbus, dlarrhwa and llux. War
ranted. First quality of Hum Sausages just
In at Stolto Bros.
Fresh Holland Horring at Stolte
Now arrival of fresh mackorel at
A nloo lino of jowolry aud lino
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
Insuroyour property with Meek
& Fltxhugh. olllco in Paclfio Ex
press office, 4th St.
Cholco roasts from fi to 8 conls por
pound at Riddle's cash market 011 tho
On and after October 22d, wo will
servo at our tables, tho genuine Bui
tlmoro Oysters, will rocblvo thorn
dully ut Do Well's. :
I Nothing but tho froshost groceries
kept at Stolte Bros.
W. R. Matthews will pulut your
house at a prlco to suit you. f
If you would bo happy go to W. D.
Jackson for photographs.
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, tMil Austin Ave
Buy moat from Klrt Riddle. When
you pay oush you don't puy for what
somebody olso didn't pay tor. t
Peeler's Drug Store for Perfumery, Kace
Powders, lollet boi , Combs and finishes.
Chia.'est In town.