Newspaper Page Text
WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY i3 i892
Rulos and Regulations at; tho Park Natatorlum. Opon G a. in. to 10 p. m. closed on Sunduy night Pool reserved for ladies 'exclusively Wednesday evening 2 to 5:110; Saturday morning 0 to 12, Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and gouthsuicn, pool party, tub, needle, and vapor baths at all hours for patients and others. Experienced malo and femalo Httondants day and night. Tom 'admit, Proprietor. J. 13. ChkmNUT, Manager. Just Rocolvod Largo Btock Frosb gardun seed. Come yo market gardeners. We have ample lo supply you in everything. W. L. Tucker, at "Lion Drug Storo." . When you want nioo fresh meat mutton beef, pork and purorlard go to M ELLOR & Delanet 125 South Third street. yOlS. The onl oheap lots offered in Waco for tho last fivo years arc thoso now on the market in the Kirkpatriok Ad dition, East Waco. These lots arc being 6old for one-half thoir real val ue, making a ohanco to scouro a de sirable homo such as will never occur again. Cheap JLots. Theso lots ho high and dry. They overlook a large portion of the oity and have perfect drainage. They lie in the healthiest part of tho city, catch ing tho puro bieees from the prairie untainted by passage over any p.irt of tho city. Cheap !Lots Those lots havo the finest soil, a rich sindy loam, admirable for gar dens, and are underlaid with pure water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen feet, which can be usod for irrigation. Cheap !Lots e These lots arc closer to tho center of the city than any other addition, and at tho same distance lots aro sell ing for three and flvo times tho prico asked for theso. Thero is millions in it for persons of small means. Call on Mrs. or P. G Kirkpatriok, southwest corner Eighth and Clay street. All parties desiring plats of tho Kirkpatriok addition can obtain them upon application. New - England - Magazine ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY. LITERARY MAGAZINt OF BOSTON. It Is unique, containing: American Legends, Traditions, History, Story and Poetry. Philosophy and Music; ocienco aim Art. AM Articles for 1892. ttiojtu: or bSiiiiJi iuxvjicj:ai;j; Jltitstruttil, l'uxhLivs nnouics. Illustrated, iAjrj:s l'A n iY.v. w ' """"SBEHi Mustratul. JIOM'JSLL'S JtUSTOX,'. 'lllimlritteii. riu: ruTunii or jsliwttiiwiti , lllimh tittrf, stojuus a i'jto3iixi:xT x'r.Aruni:, "1) OU wnt this rnrcfally edited and nnoly Y Illustrated literary macazlno of Boston, wuuiuer yuu uavo uuy uiuui ui uut,. Every Number Finely Illustrated. It trenti of American nubjeots, past nnd present Social qucBtlins nro discussed In its oolumns. rrlct $3.C0 a Yw. Stnd loc. for a Sample fopy. J'orsitle oii'n II nowMsltimlKt Addres NEWENGLIND MAOAZ INK, ,36;Podoral Sc.Hoston, Masa. IFOUTHECURKOF LIQUOR" MORPHINE HAPIlb. ly'ALL ON OR ADDUKS.S THE KEELY (INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. TLA.IIOAU CITY, O. T 9aj SOCIETY. r -7 HE Elks oanl IC, 1 masquerade Thurs - I day evening was a very uniquo and onjoyablo affair. Tho fif y -two playing cards cro represented by fifty-two Indies and centletuen in ' fancy costume and a livinR caino of whist or a gamo of living whist, was played by Mosdamcs Piokett, Itotan, Parrott aud Miss Morgan. Alter tho urand shuflio in which the oards wero passed in rovicw and mixed, thuy were dealt out and the gamo began. As eaoh card was played to tho cen ter of the room, an opportunity was ailorded for admiring tho costuming, and the varied modes of representing playing oards. There was ample op portunity for pioturetque dressing and all wire picturesque, many beautiful, bonie elegant. vf iss Olivo w o represented the Ace of Spades, was a symphony in black and white laco. lor apron vas a facsimile of tho ace of spades aud appeared to havo been manufactured by tho "Horace Pickett Oard Com pany," at least so tho inscription read. She oarried a small spade, gaily be ribboued, over her shoulder. On ono ribbon were tho words, "I sometimes take," and she did take Thursday evening. Mrs. Georgo Clark represented tho Queen of Diamonds. Sho was regal in an elaborato costume, with diamond ornamonts profusely displayed- Miss Saffarons, as the Queen of Hearts wore a eostumo of white silk trmmed with red. Sho not only captured all the hearts but all other suits as well. Miss Rotan represented the Aoo of, Diamonds. Her costume of white moiro fairly sparkled with diamonds and preoious stones. It was one of tho most becoming costumes in the rooms. Miss MUtrot wore a very effective eostumo a9 tho Queen of Spades. Miss Jessio Chambcrlin represented the Five of Diamonds and wore a gala day eostumo of the Neapolitan peas ant which was very muon admired. It was complete Irom top to too, includ ing a Roman fan. Miss Oliver represented tho Ace of Clubs; Mrs. Crawford wore a very charming Japanese costume; Mrs. W. Y. Fort represented tho Three of Diamonds in a rich costume of crepe do ohien; Miss Goodrioh was be witching as the Three of Spades, after tho mask was removed, and sov oral others of the ladies woro cos tumes worthy of espeoial mention. Many of the gontlemon woro very handsomo costumes; somo of them wero grotesque. Among tho most attractive was tho elegant ono worn by Mr. V. V. Davis, which was very rioh and eostlv. Mr. W. M. Sleopcr, Dr. Charles f . iToung, Mr. W. Y. Fort, Mr. W. H. Cameron, Mr. Thorp, J. P. Massoy and many others woro handsome costumes aud wero greatly admired. Mrs. Rotan and Mrs. Parrott who were partners in the game, succeeded in defeating Mrs. Piokett and Miss Mor gan, and were awarded tho blue rib bon, as champions of tho world at living whist. This gamo is an im mense improvement on tho old style for partios, but would hardly bo as appropriate in playing for stakes. Tho perfect success of Thursday evening's entertainment was duo to tho energy and good management of Mr. and Mrs. Horaoo Piokett, tho "Horace Pickott Card Company." After tho game, elegant refreshments wero served, and tho remainder of the ovoning was devoted to dancing. Tho fifty-two cards of tho dook wero ropresonted by tho following ladies and gontlemen. King of diamonds, Mr. Slayden; queen of diamonds, Mrs, Clark; knavo of diamonds, Mr. Shear; ten of dia monds, Mr. Park; nine of diamonds, ; eight of diamondb, 0. A. Richardson; soven of diamonds, Mrs. T. McMullen, Jr.; six of diamonds, It. A. Caruthers; fivo of diamonds, M. Chamberlain; four of diamonds, W. M. Sleeper; threo of diamonds, Mrs. Fort; two ottdiamonds, W. 0. Watson; ono of diamonds, Miss Ilotan. King of Hearts, J. P. Massy; queon of hearts, Mrs. Dr. Young; knave of hoarts, R. S. Triplott; ten of hearts, J, B. Tsohamer; nino of hearts, ; eight of hearts, E. E. Cammaok; seven of hearts, M ss Pearo; six of hearts, ; fivo of hoarts, Miss Har rison; four of hoarts, Miss. B. Higgin son; threo of heartsMiss Darrow; two of hearts, Mrs. Shear; one of heart, Miss Saffarons. King of spades, V. W. Davis; queen of spades, Mhs Mistrot, knavo of spades, Frank Finks, ten of spiirirs, W. V. Fort; nino of spades, Mrs Slayden; eight of spades, J no. Nich ols; sovon of spades, Mrs. Triplott; six ot spados, Green Hiuginson: fivo of spades, Mrs. Richardson; four of spado, ; threo of spades, Miss Goodrich; two of spades, Mr. Camorou; one ot spades, Mies Olive. King of clubs, Dr. Young; queon of clubs, Miss JJondriok; knave of clubs, T. J. Davis; ten of clubs, Jno M. Conner, uiuo of clubs, Miss O. Higginson; eight of clubs, J. 11. Downs; sovon of clubs, Mhb Rishor; bix of clubs, ; five of clubs, Miss Burko; four of clubs, T. N. Mc Mullen, Jr.; three of clubs, Mrs. .1. P. Massoy; two of clubs, Ed North; ono of clubs, Miss Oliver. Tho ladies' whist club was enter tained by Miss Judith Olive, yester day afternoon. In the series of games finished at this meeting Mrs. J. E, Mayo was victorious, Mrs. Win. Brooks winning tho second prize. Tho club will meet at the residenoo ot Mrs. John F. Marshall next Thursday after noon. Dr. It. F. Minnock and bride, nee Miss Thomas of Sun Antonio, arrived in town last Monday and havo apart ments with Mrs. Cunningham on North Fourth street. Mrs. M- II. Bonner of Tyler, has issued invitations to the marriago ol her daughter, Miss Elizabeth, and Dr. Charles A Smith, at tho Marvin Methodist oburoh, Tylor, February lGth, at 8 o'clock p. m. A reception will bo given by Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bonner at 5:30. Miss Bonner will bo remembered as a very charming young Jady who visited Mrs. James U. Walk er last spring D . Smith is chief surgeon of the St. Louis Southwestern railway, and ono of the foremost men in his profession in the state. The News' "Society," as well as some other folks in town, has ophthal mia contagiosa, vulgarly known as 'sore eyeB" and theso columns are brief for that reason. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Lyons tendered -hem a farowoll recep tion at tho Y. M H. A. hall last Tuesday evening on tho eve of thoir departure for Cameron. Our young Progressives have corao to tho front again. They gave a book reooption last Sunday night and invi tations woro issued as follows: "Our Young Progressives etanncli and true, A Ucatty greeting extend to yoj, And bid ou kindly to repair And b oiid an oenlng rich and rnro. To pleao j on they will try tlielr uot, A book you brlug, they'll do the rest." This brought out a largo audionce and a contribution of mora than ono hundred books as a neuclcus for a li brary. PERSONALS. Miss nilder Brown who has been visiting Miss Hildor Oakandor for some weekb returned to her home in Gatesville last Monday. Sho was ac companied by Miss Ookandcr. Misses Mclasky and Hirshficldcr returned to Austin Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Rifiel loft yes torday for New Orleans to visit rela tives of Mr. Riffol, and will be ab sent for some time. Miss Staples who has been visiting Mrs. J. P. Garlaud, has returned to her homo in Sherman. Mrs. Edward Rotan and Mr. James Itotan will leave Monday for Newark, N. J. and other eastern cities. Mrs. John P. Johnson nnd Miss Johnson wont down to Galveston last Friday to attond the Bernhardt per formance. Miss Li.io Morgan, of Dallas, is visiting Miss Bessie Killingsworth. Undisputed Authority. Tho United States Dispensary -says that "Onions are a stimulant, diuretic and expeotorant; thoy increaso the appetite and dromoto dijostion." The juice made into syrup as in Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup, has a specific action on the throat, lungs and air passages, it not only cures coughs, colds, croup and consumption, but its stimulating effect, strengthens ant builds up the system afterward. As a tonio and restorative it has no equal. Wo so licit a trial in tho most ohronio and stubborn oases, Prico SOots. Sold by W. B. Moirison & Co. and Whiskey Habit c cured at home with out pain. Hook of pe r tlculan sent f'lti.I' ei H.M.N OOI.LEY.M U. JLUnula.au, Office KHYhUeJiallHfc mm f aco EYening lews "Waco Te:s:a,s. What Do You Want? Do yon want Ancntnl Do you want Pupils! Doyon want a Partner! Do you want h Situation) Do you watitto buy Anything! Do yon ant a Husband or Wlfel IX JCu want Iloarilorsor loilgorsl Do you want any "Help," male or female! Do you want Servants, Olerko or Mcchstilon! Do you wint to rent a lloom, Home or Stnrcl Do yon want to sell your Oood-w 111 und fix tures I Do .tou want to Rent or Sell jour IIouso, of flee. Lot or Karra? Do yon want to liny or Soil a florae. Wagon, or nny kind of Velilclo? Have you Lost or K,uncl anything? Have you second-hand Goods of anykltdtht you wish to soil or exchange? Personals or Mntrlmonlal Advertisements? If so, Thk News will publish an advertise ment hi the Want Column forONKOfNT PKR WOlll) per day, or r 1VK GE.VTS PKll WOUD for onowceK, svcn days Tns NK.W8 In the on y paper that koos Into nearly every reading household In Waco, and besldos circulating largely in adjoining towns. IlnndrcdH can be roforred to who have profitably advcrtlsod In Its "Want" ooluniiiR Waco Evening News CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Advertising In this column charged a ths rate of ono cent per word ror each Insertion Cash must accompany the order, except where ordered by a regular advertiser. WANTED. WAVJ'l!l--To buv a Jerscv cow, must be yoi ng and a good milker. Apply at News Office .'8tf w ,IN'I'i;t-To buy vendors lien notes. Ciiah. Motz. 1m WANTIIli-Wcrk In 8'enogrnpby nnd typcwrltli g hj Geo W. Srboiongh at Williams A Kvbiib law oUlce room 'J2 Provident building. WANTnn.-Job Printing or all kinds at Thk New h Meani Job ISooius Show votir ni- prcclatlon of n lle cMnlug paper by giving II nt least a shaio ol vour imtrotinire. S itlsfactlon Kiinr.intui d on etry older leoilvcd, and proof anow ji ii uiBiiiu. WAINTIIIl lo bny feecond hand Furniture, Y" Stoves, rnrpola, loots, Everything, Waco Curiosity Shup WAINTi:i Partlea who want to Invest In In tho rich agricultural lands or Central Texa, tOBcnd tbclr address to THK WACO DAILY NKWS. lnlormatlon furnished free. WASTED-One thousand old suits to clean at SOT North Fourth street A. Friedman, successor to Tho IJttlo Fronchman. 6-.2M MISCELLANEOUS. CJITITATIOIV AVANTUD-Tiv German O girl to do honso work. Addre. The French liakcry. 6-0 .South 'Jth strcot a-llSt LOST -Hetween Hfth atreotand the rlty Hall, on a ustln or I'ranklln streets, (1-0 'Icn ten dollar bills nnd one twenty. Finder will pIoHceroturn to th's otllce and Lo HbLrally lewnraeu. -j-ia 11 poll KIINTSult of rooma, flrBt floor, eouuiern ami eastern exposure, uay windows Mrs Harmon, corner of Eighth and Washing ton, tf nrrv ham, itr.srAiiitAN'r-.Ami v-chop hotuo. Fresh beer noways on tap. Hot iiiiuc, regular inenm, oysters, usn and gamo ttiwuys on jianu. u-.i .ut I7C" iMJVi' A nlcoduclling-bouso Appy toT. A. Illalr. llltr f mil; At Oaunt Uros. Fifteenth and Jack l streets1 Itock l.im" or Slacked Llmo l'ortland, Kcsoidalo and Louisville Cement. 12 1U 1 mo 70li;sA II-0!d papors at 20 cents porhun dred atliiK fEwaolIlco. TTtOlt ItllR'J' .Fnmltnre, Stoves, Sewing bhop, Olianc 019 Auttln street. FOK SAM: atCostl At Cost! At Tost I Jewolry, Clock", fallver Plated Knives Forks, SpconH. Napkin IUui'R, 1'oikut. and lauie i mtrry, Blcru coins, ink Htauds. Pa turo rrames ai d Notions. IIiIh is tho (list time woevcradvcrilhcd to sell at cost but we desire to bundle oidy New Furniture and &COOHU nand gooes.orail kinds. Waco CurloB lty Shop. rnKf'KI'llfWK-.aauntllroB. for Poat Oak JL or A sli cord wooa, itoo wrod or flro Jinrewoou cut any leugui lioimo LADIES ATTENTION! Woman, Lovely woman, onelbottlo of mv celebrnttd Tonti will permanently enlarge jwii ii'iiii i juuiiea in ou uaya, nuu,niaK0 you as ueaumui as uioopatra, or money refunded. Price only ti.OO, Woman's on y truo friend, for It nuter fails. Tonti. clnrl ua aiis-ri will make tho leanest nerson fut. and remnvn those, horrid wrinkles. Sonl for sealed circu lar Silts. DH MILLKIt. 2l WiBASlI A VENUS, UlIICAOO, ll.LH Dockoryfe Co., Assuranoo Agents ropresont first rlass coinpanies only. Kvery attontion paid to placing risks. Givo us a call at our new quartera in tho Providnnt bmldinR. Mllos Nervo And Llvor Pills Aot on now prlnoiplo regulatliiK tho llvor, stomaohand bowols through theuorves. A now dlscovory. Dr. miles' Pills Bpoodlly euro blllouHiieBB, bad tns to, torpid 11 vol pIloH, coiiBtl patlon. tJnoqualod for mon. womon, and children. Bmallost, mildest, Blu est. 50 doses 26 coiUh. BauipleBfree fttH. OIUahor;& Co's. Drug store 613 Austin avenue ,;" XiMiM sS. Local Time Card. Mlaaottrli liniiana A Toxna. aesenger Trains South Hound. N'o, arrives 12'iu a. in. No. 1 lenvi s ,, la-a, a, m. No, S arrives,,,, ....Ik p. m. No. .Ileavfs 1:10 p. in. North Iloond. No. I Krrlves I'M a. m. No, 1 leitvoi 2:fa. ru. No, i anlvtk n:io p. m. No.i leaves 3:20p, m Tkavib Juwas, Ticket Agent, Paclflo Hotel Block Cotton licit Itouto. (lOtHll WIST. Train No. 1 leaves 11,00a.m. Train Mo 1 arrives 10 15 a. in 001NO BAST. Train No. 2 arrives Silsp in Train No. 2 leaves ftiilO p m Between Waoo and Bt. Louis solid train Tla Ptrairould to St. Louis ou Iron Mountalntrac Into Union Depot. W. S. GiLLnsriw, UltyTloketOIUoeatNo. 112 South FourtSt. II. AT. '. fNo.SSArr 6il5a.m, w... h,i J " 3SL'v 8!80a.in. west oonnd. ,, 81 A 4-05p. m. p.... uonmi J " IHL'V 10:20 a. m. East bonnd. ., 34Arr s:20p.m. L " siL'v shop. m. W. K. OWKN8. Tloket Agent. On lor Paclflo Hotel llloek. Opposite Postofflcit Nan Autonlo unit ArniiKim l'uaa. SODin HOUND NO. 32.--NOKTIt doum..ho. si Lv Waco at r a. m. Arrives n:2 p. m. South Hound freight which will carry pa enKersleaveB Waco at 12,411 p. m. -TAKE- TO ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. THB0UI1R TRilH CABBY PULLWIAIMn SLEEPERS Betweei Points U TLIi CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS ANIl KANSAS CITY. Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS JUCTWHUX Taylor ud Kansas City and Hannibal, mi cumin uui j( mujf icltlei trains ol eastern and sottb'tniinti, ueii tneiE.iI. R'y tha tot line to New YoiiBoston Montreal and St.Pa .1. K. Smith, Tir-kot Aycnt, No. 124 South 4th Street, Pacifio Hotel Waco. A. S. Dorgk, Traffic Manager, at. Louip, Mo. II. P. HuoiiES, G. P. and T. A. Dcnison, Texas. E B. Paiikkii, A. G. P. A. St. Louis, Mo. -THE- Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) TO St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis AND ALL POINTS I1BTOND. Freo Reclining: Chair Cars and Pullman Ballot Sleoper Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS ' AKD ALL POINTS BEYOND. The Only Line MirtDg p. gen to connecting MNlaHMBUrnia with out a long nd dliMrrwabU omnlbna tran. for acroM Uia eltj. The Only Line Hiththronjh . ip. inKc&risrrleatMtirevarOBT'WOnTH u4 MKUPniH. The Only Lino tthttwu,,,.. tIc between MHUPnTS awl point! In OH TIULTBXAH. The Shortest Route TO ALL POENTB IN THE So-CLtlfcLeeuet xn Texai MneehATetUronghtlol'etion ! fti. The Gorton Belt Route) KMe4, map time Ublu anil all Informado trill be cheerfully fnxnlahn on ipplleetlon M( vijr agenl of the company, or n.M.OARTSH. jr. jr. ihjjud.