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WACO. TEXAS. NOV .20, 1888.
JfOTICE TOTIir. PUBLIC.
No ordfn or open accounts of any empbj) e or par
tl tonnecteil with thin paper nlll be honored by
the m Co. uiiUm by order of the manager.
"" ' KU.MMlNr.WS CO.
"oVrwlok Buy oyster3, fresh, 25 ct8.
per dozen at the St. Charlos. Open
day and night.
First-class carriages for calls, vis
its, etc., at Molder & Hearne's.
Send In your orders for Christmas
Fruit cakes at Do Weils'.
Best turn-outs in town at Molder &
Dr. Saunders. Dentist, 50JK Austin Ato.
Crippon has ttno fat turkeys.
Peeler's Cougb Syrup euros coughs and
colili w hun all others fall.
Dr. P. R. Hengst, Phjsiclan and Surgeon.
Residence Oil Washington 6trcct, olllco
Our new photographer J, L. Berg
storm does sploudld work J. C. Dean
Frosh Mackorol at Stolte Bros, t
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, GOJ'i AnBtln Ave.
Peeler's Drug Store for Dressing Cases, Sha
ving bets, Work Moxes, Manicure Sets and
The best brands of pocket-knives
and razors at Horsfull & Cameron.
El Paso grapes extra choice at Joe
Peeler's Mood Alterntlo will pnriry the
blood when nothing else ill. It Is warrun
tea. Dr. Saunders. Dentist. W2 Austin Ato.
For choice roasts go to Riddle's
ash market and got it cheap.
Dr. J, It. Hoyctt, dentist, corner Austin and
Feeler's Llvor Pills are the best In the world.
small and easy to take . Every box warranted
Ross' Imported Soda at the Cotton
Mark Flouruoy has three first-class
barbers in his harbor shop In the
New McClelland billiard narlor.
W. R. Matthews, sign writer south
3d street. ' t
Tho Waco Furnituro Company Is
said to have the largost line ot Parlor
Furniture ever shown this sldo Chica
go. Ami right?
B. and S. at Cotton Exchange.
Barbecued meats frosh from tho kiln
every day at Rlddlo's cash market, t
Oysters and fish, fresh ovory day at
Mason, Morgan & Co.'s.
Peeler's Drug Store for Violin and Guitar
Strings, Paper, PlnB, Ink and Pencils, all at
Ton will save money by bnylng what you
want In the Drug lino at Peeler's Drug Stero,
Corner Mb, and Austin strt (I .
Patronize Marc. Flournoy'a first
class barber shop In tho Now McClol
land billiard parlor.
Btolto Brothers have Just received
a trcsh lot of Holland Herring. Call
and try them.
Peeler's Drug Store Is tho cheapest placo In
Waco to got your prescriptions fllled. Only
Op to your Undo DulT, the pawn
broker, opposite tho MoLelland hotel,
If you need any money or want to
Great bargains m unredeemed
Pledges at your Undo Dufl'Domnau's
opposito tho MoLelland hotel.
For a nice clean shave go to Paul
Ground's Barber Shop, next to Chas.
Kophals, cor. Austin St. aud Square.
Preler's Drug Storo for Perfumery, Face
Powders, Toilet Soup, Combs and Brushes.
NEW STYLE 6L0VEI
LACED .1. IN .:. TW8 .:.MOVEMENTS!
No llii1ton, Hookff, or Catching.
The melancholy da)s havo como
Tl e saddest of tho year,
When men doslru to toast their shins
Ami wood Is scarco and dear.
She at The Garland to-night.
Mr. Tom Brown and Miss Betilah
Trice are to be married at the Fifth
Street Methodist church to-night.
In the polico oourt this morning
two hilarious individuals woro flnod
?5 each for Inobrlety. Another un
fortunate, a female, $5 for vagrancy,
and two wandoring philosophers $1.00
each for slooping in a public placo
with tho cover kicked on".
The grand jury is sitting in extra
session on call by Judge Williams,
but the exigency which justifies their
being called together so soon is a
matter ot speculation, ot anxious
speculation, perhaps, in some quar
There is a pretty steady transfer of
real estate going on through the city
without any sale. A pedestrian just
now could build up a pretty good
sized lot if he only had a place to put
the uirt which clings to their feet day
The firemen last night at the meet
ing determined to give a masquerade
ball on the isth ot next month. I he
annual firemen's balls are always most
enjoyable affairs and preparations are
being made to make that of this year
The rain and mud is interfering
with the regular session of the public
schools and the children are dismissed
early so that they may get home by
night or getting foundered in the mud
daylight may be available for finding
and rescuing them.
The United States circuit and dis
trict courts becan yesterday the fall
term, but was adjourned till ten this
morning, when Judge McCormick,
who had arrived during the night,
opened the court in due form. 1 he
grand and petit jury, fifty-three in
number, are all present.
Don't miss seeing "She" to-night
at The Garland. Those who went
last night were highly pleased.
Reviving AiinrchlMtle Agitation.
Chicago, Nov. 19. About 125
men gathered Sunday afternoon at
Griefs hall with the understanding that
they were there "for the purpose of re
viving anarchistic agitation among the
free-thinking laborers of Chicago."
Grief's hall is the place where the
Lehr and Wehr Verein was secretly
drilled a couple of years ago. Hay
market is about ons block distant. A
man named Bergman took the chair
and Mr. Mosler acted as secretary.
One Goerling addressed the meeting
and advised the organization of a new
society, which would act in the inter
est of the social democrats. He said
Chicago was now farther advanced in
the cause than any otner city in Ameri
ca, and was ready for such an organi
zation. He referred to inspector Bon
field as a liar and tool of the capital
istic press of the city. The speaker
did not think it right to regard people
with suspicion, but thought they
should try to win them over to the
cause. A Mr. Borteies, representing
the international association, opposed
the new organization on the ground
that it would only create dissension,
and the disagreements of various
groups and smallness of .the Jsocieties
existing in Chicago was the reason
why anarchists had not made more
progress. After lengthy discussion it
was decided to organize a new society
and name it "Arbciter Bund." A
committee of three was appointed to
draft a constitution.
Evory purchase entitles you to a
guess at tho pignolies and get a
ohanco at tho Log Cabin at De Weils.
Patronize Molder & Hoarno at tho
oldOrand stable north side public
A.ir.fi.or nimir ims hnen added to
tho Now McClolland Hotol Shaving
parlor by tlio enterprising pruntioiw,
Mark Flournoy. With throo first
class harbors ho is now prepared to
accommodate all his patrons spoodllyl
comfortably and satisfactorily. Go to
Mark's for a good shave, hair cut or
Do not forget that Rlddlo soils for
cash, and you can got meats from him
a great deal cheaper irom him than
Fresh crop cranberries at Joe
Thompsons 4th and Franklin streot.
Buy meat from Klrt Riddle. When
you pay cash you dou't pay for what
somobody else didn't pay for. t
A good dinner at Mrs. Ed. White's,
Fifth streot, botween Austin and
Wo are selling beadsteads r.s ohcap
$.200 Waco Furnituro Company.
L. B. Morrison, of Galveston, Is In
C. F. Ilarvoy, of New York, la reg
istered at tho McClelland.
M. A. Burnott, ot San Angolo, is in
.Ino P. Loglar, of Ft. Worth, is vis
J. B. Wadleigh.oftho Cotton Bolt
is registered at tho Pacific.
S. B. Howe, of St. Louis, Is stop
ping at tho Lehman,
II. M. Lewis, of Brouham is stop
ping at tho Now Lohmaii.
James M. Robort3on, of Meridian,
is In the city.
J. P. Williamson, of Lorena, Is In
tho city to-day.
One of the most absurdly grotesque
novels ever written is the "She" b
Rider Ilagard, is a book which when
published took the world by storm. It
is a monster in fiction, the characters
impossible, the plot a drunken dream,
the pathos laughable, the comic part
nauseating, the idealism worthy of a
lunatic in a fit of delirum tremens.
The storv exercises a sort of bold fas
cination by its bold defiance of reason
sense and imagination and it is a
readable book because intensely
earnest and dramatic. It was a hit
and its dramatization is equally a hit
and it was admirably performed at
The Garland last night before a good
sized audience which will be larger
to-night when it is to be repeated.
The actors in the play are above the
average, and the impersonation of
"She" is a magnificent impersonation.
"She" is a big folly but it is a faci
natfng one, a second Baron Mun
chauson in a new field, and is well
worthy of a second hearing by those
who heard it last night and of a first
by those who did not go then.
Tho House of Lords uuder its now
firoprietor, Wes. Damron, Is dispells
ng to Its patrons the finest imported
and domestic liquors, wines and ci
gars. The best brands of old Ken
tucky whiskies passed over the bar.
F'resh, cool boer alwayj on tap.
Polito attention and satisfaction guar
anteed. This liouso is open day and
night, and your patronage is respect
Ladies Look Out.
It any one calls at your house claim
ing to be sent by "Dot Leetle French
man," to solicit oideis for cleaning or
dying clothes put them out or have
them arrested as imposters. "Dot
Leetle Frenchman" always calls in
person on such business and never
sends anyone. Beware of such im
posters, Dot Leettle Frenchman.
303 North 4th street.
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 fresh 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. R. Edgar & Co. imo.
Choice roasts from 5 to 8 cents per
pound at Rlddlo's cash market on tho
A fine varioty of sausages and them
well seasoned, kept constantly on
hand at Crippen's market.
Stop at Do Wells' and examino tho
new lino of Willow-ware.
If you want a fine livery turnout
natronize Molder & Hearne's , north
side of the public square.
Young men remember that "Dot
Leetle Frenchman" has taken Mr. A
Friedman, the well known taylor as a
partner and is better prepared than
ever to repair, clean or dye your suits.
Take Peelers Chill Syrup--No Cuiie No Pay
Go to the reliable Jowolers Lovin
ski & Lowlno for fino Diamonds at
Fresh Cream Puff's and Chocolate
Eclairs at De Weils'.
I.oiilMitnit Ntnte Lottery.
Ordnr vour tickets from D. Domnau
& Bro., opposito tho McClolland hotol
Waco, or at Dallas and Temple. Lib
eral rates to clubs.
Flowers for weddings, funerals nnd
partles,ln all dosign. Leave orders
at Perry's confoctionery undor Pacific
Go to tho new pnotograpnor.
Old papers for sale
at tho News
Go to Mason, Morgau & Co. for fat,
fresh and nice beof.
Leavo orders for roses, plants, fruit
and ornamontal trees at Perry's Pa
cific hotol block. t
Tho Waco Furnituro Co, has Just
received a solid carr load of side boards
finiflhodlnOak. Walnut. Mahogany,
natural Cherry, and Ash. So any one
who cannot make a selection out of
that car Is hard topleaso. Am 1 rignw
Go to J. L. Bergstorm to havo your
picture taken at J. C. Dean's old
'Waco Curiosity Shop.
Household irooos Waco CurloBlty Stop.
Good three room house at seven dollars per
month--Woco Curiosity Shop.
Cool and bectlng Rtou-s--Wnco Curiosity
Good live Geeso Feathers.
Tamo Grey Fox.
Good talking Parrot.
Good Sewing Machine.
Good Set Knives and Forks.
Good Sot Cbalrs.
Good Set l'nrlor Chnlifl.
Good Squirrel Cage.
Good lled-room Bet.
Good Hat Rack.
Good Wicker Rocker.
Good Heating Stove.
Good cook Stoo.
Good lot or DIbIips.
Good lot of GlasB-wnro.
Mow is tie time to lay in your
LARGE STOCK OF FAMILY
GROCERIES NOW IN STORE
CAR - LOAD
Good lot of Pocket Cutlery.
Good lot of lllankcts.
Good lot of Comfort
Good lot of Mattresses
Good lot of Spring beds.
Good lot of Kitchen furniture.
Good lot of 'Un-waio
Good lot of Table-ware
Good lot oT Hooks,
lioixl lot of hlicnrn
Good lot ofllurps.
Good lot of Wtgons.
Good lot of Gnsollno.
" " Gnsollno Sto es,
Good lot of Acordlans.
Good lot of Smoothing Irons.
Good lot of Curtain Fh tures.
Good lot of Stoe Hoards.
Good lot of Stoo Pipes.
Good lot of Feather tiustirs,
Good lot of Violin Strings.
Good lot of llnnjo Strings,
Good lot of Coal Scuttles.
Good lot of Ev orthlng at tho Wcco Cnrloslty
Everybody to storo thuir good at
Waco Curiosity Shop. Charges rea
sonable. Money ndvancod when nos
ossary, Wo want to buy, soil, rent and ox
ehango 2nd 9u goods of ovory kind,
sort or fashion. Waco Curiosity Shop.
To Exchange) a Good Organ for
Stoves and Furnituro Waco Curiosi
Moro space in this punor to tell
what wo do want, and what we have
got to sell, Jtnrgalus! JSargalns!! liar
gains!!! Waco Curiosity Shop.
To buy 2nd reft- Goods. Waco Cu
Furniture, Stoves mid ovevthlng at
tho Waco Curiosity Shop.
Evoryono to soo our Now Stove &
l.1i,iiUui.n lind.rii In 1 1. tl ,p 1u it.ltrtr.
Waco Curiosity Shop.
The Direct Route
To All Points.
And the Nrthwest.
2 Daily Trains 2
The Direct Route to All
Points in the North
Via St. Louis
Pullman Palace Hotel Cars am run
between St. I-ouls and San Antonio,
vlaSedall dally. All trains nrrlve
and depart from the Grand Union
I)eiot at St. Louis, thereby assuring
passengers speedy connections.
Fast Time! Superior Accomnio-
Tft VIS JONES,
JJ. W. IcCUM-OUGII,
Oetersl Psstenuer and Freight Agent,
To do votir Stovo and 1 '11 nil turn ro.
pairing. Waco Curiosity Shop..
To trado Now Stoves and Fiimlrnrn
for Old Stoves and Furniture. Waco
To soil S20.000.A0 worth of Piirnltnrn
and Houso-furnishlng Goods on tho
Installment Plan In tho noxt-lOdays.
Waco Curiosity Shop
Moving and Pncklng olinrgoa rea
sonable. Waco Curiosity Shop.
OU OAR LOADDS
A v Stoves! Stoves!
11s and On
A Violins and Guitars.
(linns & BanjOs.
Car Loads Wlokor Chairs.
Car Loads Wlokor Chairs.
Car Loads Wlokor Chairs.
Car Loads Bod Room Sots.
Car Loads Bod Room Sots.
Ctir Loads Bed Room Sots.
Car Loads Kitchen Furnituro.
Car Loads Kltohon Furniture
Car Loads Kltohon Furnituro,
Car Loads All Kinds.
Car Loads All Kinds.
Car Loads All Kinds.
WACO CURIOSITY SHOD
ACO CURIOSITY SHOi .
P. S.We Dealers
spell Float thus Car.
Tnko a Dutchman as ho moans,
not as ho says. How Is dat for a
Quarter of a Bushel?
St. Louis Arkansas &
"Cotton Belt Route."
Iho New Standard Ganjro
Through .-. Line
Arkansas and Texas,
Via CAIRO to
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO
Connecting in Union Depots with
through trains for all points In
Ohio, and all Points
North and Bast.
Don't buy a ticket for any
point until you havo consult
ed tho Agont of tho fit. Louis,
Arkansas and Te,ia Rallwa
General Passenger Agont, St. Loul
E. W. LoBAUME,
Ass't Gon'l Pass. Agout, St. Louis.
D. E. HIRSIIFIE.i5,
Local Ticket Agout. Wa-o, Toxax.