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murtlia,? said Tom, In his manly way,
"Inw?'"'vcdany woman but you. 1
did 4 yhw Vou wore older than I, for
you never speko your age, and it would
havo mndo no difference to mo anyhow.
I thought of Eva only as a child, and
knowing of his engagement, of which ho
had .forbidden mo to speak, it distressed
mo to eee bis attentions to her, for I ww
that bIio was lenniing to love him. That
evening in tho garden I gave him a long
lecture, and pointed out to him the barm
ho wots doing tho girl. Ho promised to
see her no more; out, though he went
homo a few days later, he corrosponAfld
with her, and ended by eloping with rhe
yesterday evening. I did not imagino
for anlnstantthatyou thought mo in love
A'ith Eva We both labored undor a
mistake, Martha. I noticed your grow
ing coldness, and thought you wero be
coming weary of your engagement to a
poor village doctor. You did not seem
to caro for lovo making or caresses, and
I could not, of course wish to force my
affection upon you."
"I was wrong, Tom, for I do lovo you
dearlw" and then, us ho took her In his
arms uud pressed har to his heart, kiss
ing repeatedly the Boft cheek, on which
there was now no lack ,of color, sho
added, softly, )nnd our engagement need
not lw of longer duration. Tom. You
hesitated to luurry me while I had so
little, and you nothing; but you will not
hesitate now that I nm rich. Yes"
as ho glanced at her black dress "my
aunt is doad, and Sho left mo $40,000. I
havo suffered enough f6r ray mistake,
and what is mine is yours, dear Tom."
And Tom's tender klsi gave cheerful
assent to all tho said.
Local Time Oard. '
hurtli bound LeSTes 2:40."m.
, ( " .'. .3:00 p. m.
i " 1:10a.m.
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. Travis Jokes,
Ticket Asent, Pacific Hotel Block.
Cotton Belt Ronte.
mln No. 1 arrives 10.tts.nl.
' .llcnvea 8 03 p. m. Gstesvllle.
t " " 21) Mixed leaves 0:40a.m.
' ooixa AT.
Train So. 2 loaves fclOp.ra.
' " 4 1eaci 0:SJaTm.
Between Waco and St. T-ouIs solid train via
Pararould to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track
Into Union Depot.
Train 3 and 4 run botvecen loxarkana.and
Oatesellle, connecting with fast train on iron
llonntaln, arriving at St. Jxmls following day
at A AS p. m.
T. E. IlTitsnriKLti.
Ticket Agent, Pnclflc Hotel Block.
H. T. C.
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, Ticket Axent, Faclflo Hotel Block.
Jjaeo&ueiai r fiLeros
WACO. TEXAS. DEO. 24. 1888.
For Sale or Bent, a residence on the
corner of 5th and Jefferson streets.
Good cistern, hydrants, two-story
barn and good cellar connected with
houso. Apply to Van Hall.
EVENING NEWS office. Franklin
street between 4th and 6th streets,
in new Jones' building..
: DR. B. L. MUNROB, :
: Dentist, :
": No. 511 Austin Ave.
WHAT WALL I3Q1VE HERT
, WaattbaUIgtrsinr lore
This cjrajr bslred womsa
What Shall I gtveher
BInce by fate brought together
i We two tun wrought together
Helping each other
In deed, in thought
; Each has made the other stronger,
Hods this life worth llTtog longer,
k Which else were naught,
. What shall I gtrahert
What shall I giro nqr lore
This grajr haired woman
',. What shall I gheherf
1 The morn should stag It to me,
5h night should bring It to me
7b thought I seek,
fio close as ws
Subtle Instinct of affection
' Should make easy the selection.
What shall It bef e
What shall I giro berf
Our beings hare a slnsls stun.
Our thoughts In the saaio channels now
This happiness to us has come
, No more we seek or oaro to know.
I Wound through the fiber of each heart,
tlko wire of gold through potter's elar .
This knowledge is tho richest part,
Lore's handiwork iwtfs cloisonne.
What shaU I giro my lorot
r This gray haired woman
) It matters notl
k X could bnt ponder o'er It,
r She could but wonder o'er It
, Why! Bhehascot
f In one our lire are blended,
,rt AsooetheywDlba ended;
What could I giro nor!
A. number of young gentlemen of the
Kpiscopal church met in the Sunday
school room yesterday and organized
tho Waco ohapter of the "Brotherhood
of St. Andrews?" The' following of
ficers were elected;
II. B. Thomas, President
0. M. Henry, Vice-President,
lames H. Queries, Secretary.
Lewin Plunket. Treasuror.
W. W. DeHart, Chaj'liri.
The "Brotherhood of St. Andrews'
is an organization in the Episcopal
church. The object is lor the spead
oi Christ a kingdon among young men
At the close of the services last
evening at the Monroe Btreet chapel,
the Rev. Dr. 0, H. Connor officiating,
Miss Bertha Moore and Mr. Jno. Dod-
eon were married. Mist Moore is the
daughter of Mr. J, E. Moore. The
bride and bridegroom are very estim
able young people, sad the .Nxws
n jaeg mem Happiness ana prosperity,
CHEAPEST AND BEST
Selected : Stock
OF TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
-IS AT THE-
5 UO Cent Store
011 Austin Avenue,
tween Oth It 6th
T6RAND PRESENTS GIV-
0 N AWAY JANUARY
FIRST 1S89. GOME AND
GET A TICKET.
LYNHAM X DELANEY,
LfiRD, FISH AND OYSTERS.
ANTELOPE AND DEER
NOW ON HAND AND FOB SALE TO-DAY.
Call and aee us.
Lynbam & Delaney.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY
Order your tickets from D. Doranau
& Bro., opposite McLellaud Ho'tel.
I. O. Meek&Oo.
have opened up a general commission
and brokerage- house, No. 318, Aus
tin street- opposite Sanger Bros., con
signments of any kind of modern-
household goods, jewelry, silver or
plate ware, or any kind of goods from
a paper of pins to a railroad steam en
gine will be received, for auction or
private sale. Best city reference giv
en when desired, Ample storage
The real estate department will
have Mr. Meek's personal attention.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring along
Tho Christmas holidays are the most
dangerous of nil the times of the year,
and it is not alone tho mischief lurking
in highly seasoned turkeys, egg-nog,
mince-pie, plum pudding and other
highly seasoned tood, which derange
tho cpegatrum stomach and viscar,
producing a .complication of terrible
diseases, out with names moro terrible
than the disease, but the holidays
when the ubiquitous, unterrified and
untamablo boy is let loose for a season
to afflict the earth with outlandish
noises and to burn down woodsheds,
stores, houses, etc., with Roman can
dles, rockets and other city destroying
pyrotechnics, and to gather piles of in
flammable materials, and build fires
close to inflammable buildings and
making 01 himself a dangerous torch
light procession, and it is, therefore, a
season of general alarm which a man
should contemplate with anxiety and
w uch be should provido against in
stantly, or as soon as ho has caught
breath, from exhaustion in sealing
this long sentenco by going to T. U.
Hays and getting his places all in
What ? WL7 the; low puces of
Xmas goods at W. x Glenn's Book
store. Call and see. South 4th street.
Tho University jod printing office,
in tho new Jones building on Frank
lin street, betweon 4th and 5th, Is
prepared to do all kindu of job printing
at the lowest living prloes. An in
spection of their work and prices Is
Everybody should call and see the
stook of holiday goods at W. P.
Glenn's book store and get prioes
"Curious" how obeap they are.
The Silver Moon still holds her own,
can givo you any thitfg thai is in the
line of satisfying your appetito, the
bills of fare aro arranged to ploaso
hearty and dainty eaters.
Don't fail to have your oyster loavea
put up at Joe Lehman's.
i i m i '
A nice Hue of jewelry and fine
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
r ' :
Go to W. Hi Jaoksou and get a pho
tograph of yourselt andohlldreu.
"Get Mlfch'eire pries on diamonds. !
It Is your Opportunity
and I want io servo you.
I am closing out the Ban
kriipt Stock of Hoots'&
Shoes bf McWor &8011.
These Boots and Shoes
are rood and the Bank
rupt Price that they are
sold at is an Inducement
that every Man, Woman,
Boy, Misscy and Child
ought to take the ad
vantage of. Come and
give me' a trial, and I will
Burely please you. : :
The Men's SW of Hantowei
Boots -and -Shoes
IS QUITE LARGE.
Handsewed Goods fit so
nice, it is a pleasure to
wear them when yuu
buy them at the price
you pay for a machine
sewed Shoe. It is need
loss for me to say any
thing more about these
Men's Handsewed Shoes
for 'yourself and let me
fit you in a Pair. : :
THE LINE OF
Ladies' -Fie -Sloes
Seems to 'me to be no
end to them. I sell
them every day, and
still the Stook remains
large. Ladies, treat
yourself to a Fine
Shoe at a common
shoe price. I have a
large variety of just
such Slippers as you
want to see your friend
have for Christmas.
Christmas - Present
you cannot please a
Gentleman better than
to present, him with a
nice Pair of Slippers, so
come and look at them
and get prioes on them.
405 Austin St.Waoo.Tex
JOE A. GLIFTON.
RrM-rfrfli lilt Hlioasi'.1
v , n v - 5- . , ; tf
Waco Curiosity ShopCS
Waco Curiosity Shop
Has a very large stock on hand, and
will make special low prices the bal
ance of this year.
FOR RENT House of seven
rooms, 909 Dutton Street,
near schools and university.
WACO CURIOSITY SHOP.
OR SALE-A No.
'WACO CUS10S1TY SHOP,
FOR SALE Cheap Violins,
Banjoes, Guitars and Ac
cordance. WACO CURIOSITY SHOP
ACO CHRISTMAS GOODS
Waco Curiosity Shop.
Btamplng.douo at Mrs. Doss', f
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You wont bargain; iln good reliable
KB, go Mm. 1". uuoui, auBi,.ii
Mitchell will not bo undersold, t
Mitohell's prices uro tbo lowest and
goods tho best. f
Buy Mathews' kid gloves with pat
ent lace. Mrs. Dpss, sole aglnt.
Mitchell says prices will toll.
Do you want groceries? They must
go; Every article by Jan, 1st, 1880, at
the Waco Supply Store. t
Get your Christmas goods Iroin Mrs.
Finest quality and latest designs of
quadruplo silvor ware at cost.
K P. LeDohx.
One dollar buys a eart load oi gro
ceries at.the closing out sale of Waeo
Supply Stores. t
The best assorted fancy condles at
The cheapest Jewelry and silver
waro at Ell W. Mitchell's.
, ' OuriOB.
F.vnrv bodv. rlnli and noor. will
undoubtedly give the loved ones a
proseqt, you can suit your purses at
Morrison Blsher & Co's. Presents
new and beautiful, at from $5 to
New crop Louisiana raalasses extra
nne ac joo 'iiiompsons. w
Fine Yam potatoes at J. ,H- dray's,
Call beforw they aro all gone.
Good .demand for Corn. Oats and
Vfiiv At. IVlAnir A(Vi finnifnlaalnn hnnflA
818 Austin steeet.
Patronize Molder & 'Honie at tho
oldOrand stable north side publlo
Abandoning, Quitting and forever
discontinuing tho Great Waco Supply
Get the Williamson corsot. Mrs.
Doss, sole agent.
A fine new stock ot watches, dia
monds and jewelry at bed rook p
at Mitchell's. t
Mr. J. II. Brown has in his em
ploy a most excellent barber. Let
him sliavo you. t
I not only sacrifice myself for one,
but dye for all. .
Dot Lkettlk Frenchman,
For a nice clean shave, good hair
cut, and polite attention, call at Jeff
William's uarner snop ou Austin ay
enue, near the square.
LeDoux will duplicate prioes of any
reliable jewelry firm, ""t
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All who ore In the notion bf dying
oall on Dod Leettle Ffatwhwan, ' i
FOR SALE-Cheap Very fine
Bed room sets,
WACO CURIOSITY SHOP
FOR SALE-Cheap a nice lot
of Rattan Rockers.
WACO CURIOSITY SHOP.
1 milch cow
and $1.25 a
SHRISTMAS WACO GOODS AND
Goods for Christmas at the
aco Curiosity Shop. .
TRUNKS at the Waco Cur
1 iosity Shop.
Will buy second-hand Goods, or
exchange new for old.
Best turn-outs In town at Moldor &
Go to tho Silvor Moo for woJ1
, . . ,
iJUV iuui uutiuivo nu .us uuiiuiuii
south 4th stroot,
Conslern all eoods to I. C. Mook &
Co., 318 Austin street.
Best meals served to order at
Joo Lehman's restaurant.
Jewelry ot tno unest anu latest de
signs, at LcDouz's, 403, Austin avo.
First-class carnages for calls, vis
its, etc., at Molder & Hearne's.
We aro selling side boards as cheap
as $14,00. Waco Furnlturo Company
Fresh crop crnnborrles at Joe
Thompsons 4th and Franklin stroet.
The Waco Furnlturo company's
window display Is simply immense.
C. Hyman for cigars and tobacco.
Fruits of all kinds, Louis Llppman,
A demand for housohold goods at
Meek & Co.'s commission houso, 818
Nothing but bargains offered at
Meek & Co's., commission house, 818
Leave orders for roses, plants, fruit
and ornamental trees at. Perry's Pa-
oino notei iiock. r
The quail is transformed from liis
natural beauty to a delicious dish at
tho silver Moon.
If you want a fine livery turnout
patronize Molder & Hearne's, north
side of the public square.
Watches and Jowelry repairing,
Diamond mounting and Engraving at
E. P. LeDoux, 403 Austin avenue, f
My store will be open every night
10 o'clock until after the holidays.
Mrs. B.J. Doss
For good meals, oystors, fish, game,
etc, the Silver Moon Is tbo place, on
Third street, near-the square. f
Dr. P. B. Hougst, physician and
surgeon. Headquarters at William
son's drug store.
Oysters, fish and all kinds or meat,
Including dressed fowls when order
ed at Mason, Morgan & Co's.
The last bargains ever to be offered
la Waco by tho Waoe Supply Store,
is now going. '
Every article must be sold by Jan
uary 1st, and The Great Waco Supply
Dtore, rorover uisnontinueu. t
Threo calls at Meek&Co's..commls
slon house for two-horse wagon to
day. Bring along your wagons to 818
Austin st. , i
John Cooper Is closing out at a
rapid rate the big stock oftheWaoo
Supply Store-call and got bargains;
Quick if you want them.
FTlin li.ytl.ia ...111 m11 Mn 4- ftrlat.
ij mum wt4 ti sju vu jutfCAltiMJt
Blsher & Co's. .this week to attend
me grana nonaay opening.
We have jast reeieved 60 handsome
Bookers, (lnlslrtd in Oak, Mahogany
ana wainuc, inmmea in piuin a
leather Waoo Furniture Company
nut, trimmed in plush ana
ttner waoo furniture company.".
For fruit or ornamontal trees, rail on
J. II, Hurwood) at lUVKNINd Newh of.
fice, Franklin betweon Fourth and
Fifth streets. Abfakaous roots by the
hundred or thousands, t
, Mr. J. H. Browu.a well aKcotnplIsh,
ed barber, has .the, Mark Fiournoy
shop now iu charge and .sollolU tM
patronage of all the old oHsfomws.
.u'-- ' .,.1' .M)'
Get Mltoholl's prices."
B. and S. at Cotton Exchange.
For moals.go to Joo Lehmnhn.
Buy feed at Duvall's 800. Frankllu.
The ilnoBt of fat mutton dt Crlppen's
El Paso grapes extra choice at Joe
Dr. .T. It. novtitt. dentist, eornor Austin and
Boss' Imporiod Soda at tho Cotton
Big reductions In orystallzed fruits
at De Vell's. t
The finest Minco Meet in the land at
Leave ordors with Crlppen's if fat
beef is wanted.
No yearlings, but sure enough veal'
nt Crlppen's market.
Get your oystors at Joe Lehman's
Dr. Geo. P. Maun, dentist, 40W
Hill Brothers for all kinds of Christ
Get your nuts in shells and shelled'
at De Well's. , .
Call for the Pnnzy bustle, Mrs.
Doss, sole agent.
Tho best brands of scissors and
shears at Horstull & Cameron..
We aro soiling beadsteads as cheap
$2.00 Waco Furniture Company.
Go toDo Well for all kinds of de
See tho latest novoltlos In millinery
ut Mrs. Doss, Bouth Fourth street, t
The best brands of pocket-knives
and razors at Horsfull &, Cameron.
Dod Leettle Frenohman Is ready to
dye for all.
Nothing but bargains at Mook A; Co.
Commission and auction houso. 318
HennesBy's Imported French bran
dy Just recolvod frohi Bordeaux at
Cotton Exohange. t
Best moalsserved to ordor at Mrs
Ed White's restaurant on 5th street.
A fine variety of sausages and thorn
well seasoned, kept, constantly on
hand at Crlppon's market.
All kinds of country produco, eggs,
ehlokens and butter at J. H. Shope's.
The Waoo Furnlturo company has
put In throe additional oleetrio Jigaur v f
for the benoflt of those who can not .
get around durmg tiie day time. w . f, '
Do Well's houso is at present a
swarming Dloeo of pretty thing.;
Sweeties abound in every corner ftt
DeWo"'. ' t'
The Waco Furniture' company atflt
extends a cordial Invltatlou, to tbM
who failed to visit their tTaudOMBBy
lug and State fair, , M lean front
until aner h minumjm. . - p
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