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WACO, TEXAS, MAY 7, 1880.
Local Time Card.
n unoarl, Kbi Tax.
Passenger Tilni South Bound .
,. 1 arrives i:ia.m
jjo. 3 arrives
No. 2 duo
So. I duo
i.l'doti. m. lift nun.
,,.,f 1:20 p. m. j dinner.
,,,,4, 8:10 i. m.
Ko. 07 arrives t HjHf .' Sonth.
So 07 leave U'HS'S'I
Jo.ffl arrives 18 M p. m. Horth.
in lis loaves l:Wp. m. I
1,0. w ." Travis Jonas,
Tlckot Agent, Paelflo Hotel Block.
Cotton Belt Kontc.
Train o. a icti.b. y u.n m
Jraln No. iW, mixed : o.wa. m.
n.,tarinn Waco and 8t fouls solid train via
PaTMJ?toBtfSai oa Iron Mountain track
Mo Onlon Uelotl O. C. Dmnis,
Ticket Agent, Paclllo Hotel Block.
Wo.t Donnd.... j-;-::::-:;.8!B5: S:
cL'v.'.... 7:00 a. m.
lArr. . 8:30 p.m.
mat bound.... I,,- 9:00 v. m.
Iv 10:30a m.
?R. II. HIIA, Ticket Agent.
Under raclHo hotel Block. Opposite Foatofflro.
The Waco baso ball club loft via the
Cotton Belt this a. m. for Corsicana
whero they will play the Corsicana
amateurs lo-day and go from there to
Go to Joe Lehman's for ico cream.
Buy your feed from Ben T. Duval.
Buv vour lottery tickets of Geo,
Campbell. . t
Best turn-outs in town at Molder &
If you wish a lasting souvenir, have
a photo made by Jackson.
Marbles and tops, in biggest and
finest varieties, cheap al Ambold's.
Tim hip.vclo club will meet at the of
fice of Justice Harrison Wednesday
Go to W. D. Jackson and got a pho
tograph of yourseh and children.
Ladles' apartments at artesian bath
house, separate and strictly private.
All prescriptions carefully compoun
ded at J. E. Sears. 425 Austin street
For fine watch and jowclry repairing
go to J. LevinsKi, 421 Austin street t
Seo bargains in real estate offered
by James I. Moore in another col
umn. Tim Wnco Maiors will Rive the
Hillsboro local baso ball nine another
The New South.
Tho Manufacturer's ltecord.of Bal
timore, in its last issue, publishes the
following report upon tho oonditlon of
tho south, which has boon carefully
collected from reliable sources:
In tho North there is a complaint of
dullness. In tho South an activity
never beforo equalled is seen in every
line of industry. The people aro not
only hopoful, but enthusiastic. Tho
steady progress of late years has
brought abought a season of prosperity,
which has infused new lifo into every
body, and tno wholo south is nlive and
at work. Drones aro at a discount
Energy and enterprise, ceaseless, tire
loss vim and push aro now tho controll
ing faotors in the South. Tho report
of bankers soattcrcd from Virginia to
Texas, without exception, tell of im
provement in business, ot activity in
trade and manufactures, and of enthu
siasm which prevades all class's of citi
zens, farmers and business men aliko.
This is probably tho most uniformly
favorablo summary of tho condition of
business in any area as great as the
South that could ever have been made
This prosperity results from theso
In tho South during tho Jast two
vcars unwards of 1.000 new industrial
establishments, covering every lino of
manufacturing and mining, from mak
ing pins to building locomotives, and
the building of nearly 4,000 miles of
railroad, and the 'production of the lar
gest crops ever raised in this section,
which yielded fairly good profits to
farmers, havo been roported during
these two years. Tho South raised
over 14,000,000 bales of cotton, over
1,000,000,000 bushels of corn, nearly
100,000,000 bushels of wheat, and
160,000,000 bushels of oats. Tho
total value of these and other agricul
tural products reaching an aggregate of
upwards of J3i,uuu,uuu,uuu, or an
average ot $suu,uuu,uuu a year.
Alexandre on KltohenB.
How often we hear this expression,
"any placo will do for tho kitchen."
Now, I think that idea is all wrong,
for some ono be it wite, daughter or
servant, must stay there tho greater
part of tho day, so why not mako it as
attractive as possible? The lighter,
tho brighter, the more comforts and
conveniences you havo in tho kitchen,
the )os irksome and disagreeable the
work will appear and the kitchen will
bo less avoidod and dreaded. Our sur
roundings have so much to do with our
tempers, tor bad temper is not always
constitutional. I have known persons
get eighty per cent, better tempered
bv simnlv takini; them out of a dark,
gloomy, comfortless kitohen into a
brighter, cheerful dining room and
showing them samples of my goods
common placo though they are. I care
not how good or how sweet tempered a
girl may be, if obliged to work month
after month iu a badly lighted, dreary
looking kitchen, opening, as go many
do, into some miserable back lot, Bho
will weary of it, get cross and leave it
on tho sliehtest pietoxt and then wo
will hear it said as I did twice last
Landreth's, Ferry's and Bowcn's week, "It j3 impossible to get good
.j .., froali nt, Joe ThomD- nnrvnnts at anv price."
fca.uu.. 0-, , -- -- ' -"-! II ..,.. 5,, tlin
Ufl IlUb UlUUb HII lu uvnw.o ... v.
font carden. spare a few to tho back
The Bftblea of The WerM.
It has been computed that between
80,000,000 and 37,000,000 of babies
aro born into tho worm each year, ino
rate of production is theroforo about
seventy a minute, or rather more than
ono for every beat of tho clock. With
tho ono-a-minuto calculation every rea
der is familiar, but it is not every ono
who stops to calculato what this means
when it comos to a year's supply. And
it will probably, therefore, startle a
good many persons to find on tho au
thority of a writer in the hospital
that could the intants or a year do
ranged in a lino in cradles sovon deep
they would go round tho elobo. Wo
havo the ingenious conclusion also that
supposing tho littlo ones to crow up
and tho sexes to be about equally di J
vided, we snouiu navo an army a Hun
dred times as largo as tho sorces of the
British empire, with a wife in addition
to every soldier. Tho same" writer
looks at tho matter in a still more pic
turesque light He imagines tho ba
bies being carried past a given point
in their mother's charge ono by ono
and tho procession being kept up con
tinuously night and day until tho last
comer in the twolvemontn nas paBseu
by. A sufficiently liberal rate, of speed
is allowed, but oven with these babies-
in-nrms going past twenty a minute,
tho reviewing officer would oniy nave
seen a sixth part of tho infantine host
file onward by tho timo he had been a
year at his post. In other words, tho
babo that had to bo carried when tho
work began, would bo able to toddle
onward itself when a moro fraction of
its comrades had reached tho saluting
post; and when the year's supply ot
babies was tapering to a close there
would bo a rear guard, not of infants',
but of romping boys and girls. They
would have passed, in fact out of tho
maternal arms into the hands of the
school teaohcr. Every moment of nearly
seven years would be required to com
plete this grand parade of these little
ones that in the courso of a twelve
month begin to play their part in the
first age of man.
A HORSE WHO CAN TALKS
Everybody has heard of a "horso laugh,"
oh? Such an animal would
hut who has over scon an cqulno rifted with
it Rpcccnr sucn an animal wouia
bo pronounced a mlroclo; but so would the
tho power of sp
For tho spring and summer u now ; eomplrt. of
i-oreUn lmwrU ton and com d A
mjics mu, "'Vn..i in tho trade.
Vn are "C.
. by ibo c"Up,f AC.aractoonr ' ens'tomere at
prepared to oftr the iaraoioonr tocMtpnr
close prices. -'?'"
eh-. .pile cs. CM. am -"radf lellotal.
olUBinnu. UABKnT Hi""'
tolcgrnph and tho telophono a hundred years
ago. Why, even very recently a euro for con
sumption, which Is universally acknowledged
in nn Hmmia buulihik iiiu iuiimv. HimmuM.
been looked upon as miraculous, but now pco-
ilo aro beginning to realize that tho dlseaso
ma tnmiTCiiitn- Tir. PtornivA flnlnnn Medical
Discovery will cure It, If taken In timo and
ntrm a rnlf tHal. Thla wnrld-rcnnwncd rem.
ody will not mako new lungs, but it will it
store diseased ones to a healthy state when
other means havo failed. Thousands grate
fully testify to this. It is tho most, potent
tonic, or strength restorer, alterative, or
blood-cleanser and nutritive, or flesh-bulldor,
known to modlcal sclenco. For Weak Lungs,
Spitting of Hlood, Bronchitis, ABthmo, Ca
tarrh In thn Head, and all Llngoring Coughs,
It is an unequaled remedy. In derangements
of the stomach, liver and bowels, as Indiges
tion, or Dyspepsia, Biliousness, or "Liver
Complaint, Chronlo Diarrhea, and kindred
ailments, it Is a sovereign remedy.
"Golden Medical Dis
covery " is tho only med-
icmo or s cuus, sum
by druggists, unacr
I.ANCA8TKK, Trxa, March 23, 18811
To Whom It Mat Concxiin!
This is to certlry that I have hiul a WOUI.VJ
TYI'KWltn Kit andliavo ued it Tor twclvo days,
and thst on the twolnh day I wrote thirty words
In ono minute, timed by my watch. I regard the
WOULD TyPKWIUTKU as a mariol of simplicity
and cheapness, a child being able to write on it
with ease. I am well pleased with It and can un
hesitatingly commcndlt to all wanting a typ writer, I glp this testimonial nnsoiiciieii.
Dr. Dauby Is the pastor of the Baptist Clmrch. Lancaster.
EJ- The NltiKle Cn Mnrhlnn VunIh 10.00 Donhle t'nae Nin.oo.-CB
THE s REMINGTON t STANDARD x TYPEWRITER.
OEO. W. MKKCHAXT, State Dealer,
"il Main St., Dallas, and 45 West Commerco St., San Antonio.
printed guarantee, from tho manufact
urers, thatlt will bonoht or cure In ovory case
of dlseaso for which it Is recommended, or
money paid for it will bo piomptly refunded.
Copyright, 1888, by WORLD'S 1)19. Med. Ass'N.
bv tho manufactur
ers of Dr. Sago's Catarrh ltcmedy, for an
incuranie case oi unarm in mo iicwi.
' .Wanted one thousand ljvo pigeons
at H. E. Ambold's gun store,
Patronize Molder & Hoarno ut tho
oldOrand stable north sldo publlo
Fresh vegetables and fruits at Taul
man & VivrcU's, corner S. Gth and
Houses to rent byT. D. Hays agent.
Fire insurance offibo with Waco Build
ng association. t
Tho Waco baso ball team has signed
a new third baseman and released Gil-lispie,
The Ilallet & Davis pianos and the
Kstey Uigans ore me lavum.
sale by Spencer. 1W
For all kind of family grooeries go
to Tanlman & Vivrett, corner S. 6th
and Austin streets.
If you want a hne livery turnout
patronize Molder & Hearne's, north
side of the public square. ,
Ladies' cuff buttons, with chain and
pin attachment in solid gold and plate,
latest novelties, at Levinski's.
Tin mn wnt vour Dronertv sold ?
If so. nlace it in tho hands of Jno. T.
Battle, dealer in real estate. t
Genuine cream at Mrs. Ed. White's
ice cream parlor, next door to Hetel
Itoyal, South Fifth street
Fishing tackle, from the plainest to
the very finest, at Ambold's. T
Tako your ice cream at Lehman s
south 4tn street.
Joe Lehman keeps all flavors of ice
i'or fruit or ornamental trees, fall on
J. H. Hurwood, at Kvenino News of
fice Franklin, between Fourth and
Fifth streets Asparagus roots by the
hundred or thousands
in am Wnnt but comolv; O, ye
dauuhters of Jerusalem," I will sell
you wood away down, j BVEgEy
To read with comfort without strain
ing your eye sight, buy your glasses
from Levinski, who will guarantee to
rnrd where so much time is spent and
so littlo done to beautify spend a lit
tle less on tho grand front room and a
littlo moro whero most people have to
bo bo much of the day. I remember
well the kitchen ot my boyhood; it
opened on a lawn with flowers and
vines so near tnai you couiuruuuu mem
from the windows, but 1 do not re
member of a servant ever leaving ex
cept to bo married; they did not want
to leave tneir pleasant BurruuuuwgD.
The great charm of living in Europe
can be traced in a measure to tho com
petent contented servants that are so
easily obtained there, but they are not
asked to live' or work in uncoiled rooms,
that are neither wind, dust, snow or
rain proof. Good servants add so much
r.n nnr nnmtort tnai inev aeiuauu uu
Aaanrvn hotter accommodations. Tho
above thoughts camo to my mind alter
hearing (on Friday on Austin street) a
servant girl, or some one that I took
for one, say to a companion -u nui, gu
there to live; thoy cook in a shed
kitohen, I nearly froze there one win
ter." Spend a few dollars and mako
vnnr kitohen comfortable, and your
daughters will noi have such an aver
sion to going into tho kitchen and
lonrnini Romo of the mysteries of cook
ing. The princesses of Europe all
know how to cook wen. luutucnuum
will bo moro contented and cheerful,
less nomadic and try to please you more
if you study their comforts a little.
However bright and pleasant your
kitchen is, it is not complete if it does
not contain a lull assortment oi Aiex
TRACED TO A POLECATS BITE.
A nydrophobla Case of Itaro Interest Oo
curs in Texas.
"A colored boy in my employ, about
15 years old, was bitten by a puppy
not moro than six months old on the
upper part of tho heel, only ono tooth
entering tho flesh and making an in
cisive wound, not much, if any, larger
than would bo made by an ordinary
nin. Tho wound bled but little, and
no attention was paiu ui u, u " B'
littlo or no pain, and in a fow days it
healed. Ou tho succeeding, day after
ho was bitten tho puppy showed symp
toms of hydrophobia and was killed.
And let mo hero stato that about three
weeks beforo tho boy was bitten a
rwiWnt. was driven from tho bed
whero tho mother had her young. On
tho forty-second day, tho boy, who
was at work with mo in my garden,
complained of feeling cold, and
thought ho had a chill. Isentlnm to
tho house, and that night gave him a
purgative, followed tho next day with
quinine, supposing it was a malantA
attack. , ., .
"Ho was up and going aboutduring
tho day, but lato in tho evening com
plained or feeling oatny. .ina nigm
I administered another purgativo and
followed it tho next day with quinine,
and ho appeared to bo doing well, and
n nnntinund until thofollOWiniT OVOn-
ing, when ho again complained of
chilly sensations, and was put to bed.
Beforo retiring for tho night I went to
his room and found nim sleeping
quietly, and did not disturb him. Tho
next morning, which was tho fourth
from tho day he was taken, I went into
his room and soon discovered some
thing very serious was the matter
with him. I felt his pulse, which was
beating very rapidly with difficult re
spiration, without fover and no un
usual heat I asked how ho felt, and
ho replied! 'Ifoel mighty badly, but
Believing him to be in a dangerous
condition, I sent immediately for a
physician, but beforo ho arrived con
vulsions erne on. Tho physician, on
arrival, examined him, and after do
ing so said no uaa never soon or ireuy
cd a caso of hydrophobia, but that this
had all tho symptoms of it. Ho thon
gave a hypderoraio injection of car
bolio acid, but without any apprecia
Mn nfPppL This was followed by
chloral used in tho same way, which
had tho effect of lessening tho seventy
of tho convulsions, but did not stop
them. As tho day advanced thoy bo
came moro frequent, tho chloral
socming to loso its influence over
lm nopvnna svstijm. Rcsiiratiou crow
moro difficult, and tho lungs and
throat filled with mucus or froth, and
had to.bo frequently wiped from tho
mouth. , ,
"During tho entire day and unto
his death, which occurred at b o ciock
p. m., his mind was unusually bright,
except when in convulsions. Ho could
not bear a current of air to pas3 over
him, and seemcu to do pecuiiuny war
Acceding to the demands of many
of their country friends tho pro
prietors of tho News havo determined
to issue in a fow days the first number
of tho Waco Weekly Stock and
Farm News. While it will be a
newspaper, it will devote special at
tention to matters of interest to farm
crs and stookraiscrs. It will be a five
column, eight page sheet, and will aim
to be just such a parcr as will meet
the wan's of the country farmers
By tin arrangement with Capt. J. E.
Elgin, the Stock and Fakm News
hassccurrcd tho subscription list of tho
Weekly Examiner, and henco will start
with a largo bone fide subscription list
This fact is sufficient to establish its
value as an advertising medium.
All subscribers to tho Weekly Ex
aminer, whose subscriptions had not
oxpircd at tho suspension of that
paper will receive tho Stock and
Farm News for tho timo they had
Tho subscription will bo set at
the remarkably low rato of 50 cents
per year, thus placing it within easy
reach qf every homo in tho country,
CENTRAL CITY IRON WORKS.
IRON AND BRASS CA8TINC8 A SPECIALTY.
ENGINES, BOILERS AND GOTTON GINS REPAIRED.
Sheet Iron Work, Grnto Unrs, Snsli Wcl1its, Vcntllrt-
tors and Castings of nil Kinds.
I mako a Specialty of Boiler and Shoot Iron Work. Country work promptly
attended to. Tonus reasonable
JOHN WESTER, Proprietor.
Corner Seventh ana Franklin Sts., - Wnco, Tcxbb.
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
.A.aaTJ2NrCTX.ATE13 ASSETS OVBK -STJIUPIrjS
33-X" NEW YOKK STA.3STX)A.I5
Sll 600 OOO
"Wo Matt Dlo toWla" Is afommon Mpisl,linl with the FndowniHit Plan or
this Company Ton Mar Life to M in.
OHGrAlSri25ED : z :'-' z 1850.
Consult or communicate with Sodhelm & Relnhort, General Ajronts,
Dallas, Texas, or
WESLOW & CO., Speolal Agent. Waoo, Tox.
THE TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
THE ORBAT IFCMPTTXiAIl BOUTE
Between the East ami the West. Short Lino to Now Orleans
and all points In Colorado, Orcjjon, New Mexico,
Arizona and California.
The Favorite Route to the North, Eaat and South-East.
Pullman Palaeo Slooplnjr Cars dally between St. Louis, IHa8,
FortWorth and Kl Paso, and Marshall and Now Orleans without
chanjre. Tho only lino oflerlnjt oholco of routes to points hi tho
South-East, via Toxarkana, Shroveport or Nw0rl.0fin8i1ImB
:. v... '.. ii,ntu .a,i vkThoTnTM and Paolflo Railway.
For tckots, rates or any information call on anv of tho tlckot
airents, or addross H. O. ARCHER, Paua. Agt.
W. McOULLOUGH, GP. & T. A..
JOHN A. GRANT, General Manager, Dallas Tex.
6t Bargains In City Property.
andre's Spices, Baking Powder, coffeo gj to Dotn toum andcold. On tho
nnd tea. All grocers keep them. List nrjnroach of convulsions ho would ask
month I sold over Z.uuu pacicages oi
ono kind of ground cottee
Alexandre's Baking Powder is tho
Go to your Unolo Duff Domnau to
lmv vnur iowelrv. or to borrow money.
Opposite McClelland Hotel and south
' Get' your lottery tickets from Geo.
B. Campbell. No partnership in fu
ture with any one, but saleB aro lor nis
own uso and benefit.
If vou want a cood job of brick work
call on G. W, Hewett, or write your
name and number on his slato at C. JN
Ourtis's, and ho will call to seo you. '
to ho held firmly to his bed. Ho called
for water sometimes in tho early part
of tho day ho died, but tho great diffi
culty o'f swallowing gave him an aver
ainn in it. This was and is tho only
caso of a human being that has como
under my observation, and I am con
.rinxnii iimi it wna n clear and devel
oped caso of hydrophobia, and that it
was imparted to tho puppy by tho bito
of a polecat." Malagarda (Tex.) Cor.
Lchmatn likes to sell you ice
One lot with three room house, well
and stable South Fifth street, near cem
etery. Prieo $560.00, monthly install
Onn lot with four room house, South
Third street in M. A. Blocker's addi
tion. Prico $500.00, monthly install
Two lots with throe room house near
Paul Ouinn Colleco. East Waco. Price
4rn 00. monthly installment $15.50.
One lot with two room house on Wal
nut street between First and river.
Price $325.00, monthly installment
Ono lot with1 two room houso on
North Eiehth street. Smith addition.
Prico $450.00, monthly installment
Two lots with three room houso on
North Fifteenth Btreet, opposite Capt.
Blair's. Prico $1,200, monthly install
One and one-half lots with two room
houso on Fifteenth street near Padgitt
Park. Price $400, monthly nstall
Also havo valuablo lots in all parts
of tho oitv which I will sell on tho in
stallment Dlan. or will oxchango for
stook in tho Waco Improvement Com
pany or tho Waco Building Associa
T also offer tho ten-room two-story
brick residence in Edgeffeld for sale
or trade for otner city property; wiw
is a first-class place lor dairy, as it ua
tho finest and largest barn in McLcn
nan eountv. crooU WC1 8 ana cisterns,
only ono block from tho creamery. Call
and s"c mo if you want to buy or trade.
James I. Moohe.
REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRAVEL
MO KANSAS AJNU Ti!L&ja.Q iy.
points. Solid trains from Bnu Antonio to St. Ionia,
But one Change of Care to Chicago, New York, BoHton, LoulBvllle,
Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other Prlnolpal Oltlea.
THAVISJONKS, Tlckot Agent, Waco Texas.
H. 1. HUGHES, Texaa Passenger Agent, Kort Worth.
GASTON MKSUEll, GoneTal Passanger and Tlckot Agent. Heaalla. Mo
TTIOUNP.-In the alley near tho American
P National Hank nbanch of 11 keys, ono small
ifen keV. ono small brass and ono arge brass
key. Owner can get samo, by calling at this
office and paying for thlsnollcu.
AHC 00 n Onto. 00 A MONTH can be i made
n III Vflll urnrVlnir fnT ng. AKOntS
preferred who ean fnrnlsh a horso and give
lr;'i.ir.i ir. n.a i.ii.inr.n. Snare mo-
aeirwii. "-,",-- "-.-----,.,; a r-ur
ments may ooproniauiy buiuj r'KYnMRnK
vacancies In towns and cities. II. V. JOHNSON
Co.. luwMamp... . '- mlnil
abon; sending stamp for rcpiy. Como quick.
Yours forblz, 1. V. J. A Co.
OUND-Oa th street near Mol-elland hotel
ono pair of gold rimmed oyo glasses, with
small black cor3 che.l In morrocco case.
Owner can procure same by calling nt tms oi-
llco and paying lor this notice.
W. R. MATTHEWS
lOU BALE 828 acres of tho best black land.
UOO In cultivation, balance fenced, , be-
un llowltt and Lorna. Prlca 5 per acre.
Houbo and Sign painting, Graining,
Glaziug and Papor Hanging.
Oor. Franklin and Third Streets.
, 11. HEM.,
TWO nlco suits ol rooms to rent over K. W.
Mitchell's Jewelry sUro suitable for offices
Apply to K. W. Mitchell, Vti .Austin avenno.
Ifortb-enat Corner Hqanrn.
Jlorso-shoelng and alt othr work In my line
done In tho best of style. Uepalrlng
done on short notlco ar.d at most
We havo old papers con-
) stantly on nana aim
can get thom at a bargain
ran kiln street.
Evening News otttcs, No
OH S.LE-J. II. Kinks Co. offer lor sslo
int. nntlia following streets, avenues and
'dltlons In tho city limits of Waco sNortn Hin
row street..Uce,jiarlboro, lfurle-on .Kentucky
ftnu wen avenues. rio ! - ----Sn?
orcba?d. good water, on West avenne. .
not sold soon will be .rented, good garden o.
streets. Mary, Jackson, Web-
three acres .
iter". Clay; Conner and Gurl'ey street., llell
Hill, llurnoy addition, rin uuihumi v..
gersaddltlon) Also 15 acre, hne sandy tract o
fand suitable for grden flno bearing orchard.
. JT ."'t. n .Muttv linturftim Clifton air I
Merid anrcontalnlng ov'er 1000 acre., well In.
nrovid. fronting on llosque river ami Santa
railway. Also an elegant rancn oi uyy k..j. ,
10 miles from Waco, well Improved will i water
cheapest at the woodyard of W. T.
Mecrs, corner 8th and Mary streets, t
Vegetables fresh any hour at Joe
Fresh pie plant t Joe Taorapson,i.,Thompon a.;
Old customers of Mr. S. King will be
pleased to learn that ho has again
opened up tho King Shirt Factory and
will nirnin buddIv the citv with his tele-
gant shirts in charming fits. Tho now
fantnro u Nn 121. South Jiifth street.
uv.v. -- , ... j i inmiies rrom waco, wcjih"!"""
t- v-: ;a o rtrinnn nf niittors and I ir. '"tiZLt tin. aav terms
fiUers anS hU inVrk had a big run, U you cinnot call in person add.
Ho invites an nis oiq ouhiuihoid u
also new ones to visit him at his new
place and leave their orders.
Horses for Bale,
fjnna imntlfl work horse" also several
excellent brood bares for sale for oash
uaii on J. a.
PIANOS & ORGANS
are the test and cheapest because
they excel and outwear all others.
Sold at low prices on time or for
cash. Fully warranted. Send for
18:91SeUvet T. tjBVlM.
X3TUEHTI0H THIS PAPIK. -S
or on easy
lfix.w (75 AwW vywt
Order your groceries, grain, feed,
wood and coal from Goo. W. MoLaugh
in. Satisfaction guaranted.
Tho O. K. Barbor shop, 80ft Austin
., .Tflfl Williams, nronrictor. newly
furnished end re-fitted and tho best
Mexican Lottery Co.
D. Doionau & Bro. aro agents. This
company civos moro prizes thon any
other. All tickets cashed without dis
count. Drawing May 5th.
If you want to feel pleasant while
eatinging ico cream you should by all
moans try Lehman's ico cream parlor
and restaurant on south 4th street, t
Feather beds, pillows and bolsters
renovated by tho National llenovatmg.
Oompony and inado good as new, Lo
eated at 426 Franklin street. I ,,