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Local TimeivJard. .MlHiourl Pitt' a. Uortli bonmt J Lcayei... ,'.,.. ,2:40a.m. I ltHiiHliUUU Jilt i " 1:15 B.m. Unbound J '""lp-m- Ticket Agent, Faeltto Hotel Block. Cotton Belt Rente. (lulnu t-nxti Memphis A St. Tonla, Its 1 :M p. m. Going cast, Accom'n. (Corslcana) . . . 2'SOp.m. flolng west, flxpresa t 12:30)), m. Going wot, Accommodation i 7:15 p.m. u. K. liinsiiriKt.D, Ticket Agent, Pftclflo Hotel Block. II. T. C. West bound.... J Arr UilOa. m, L'T.,..".!!.."..!,.'.".""8:60 a', ml i f..l linnnd.... I att...., v:i p. m. Fast nouna.... (,, o.soii. m. L'y ; 9:00 b. m. F. DlIXlNQIlAM, Ticket Agent. Taclflc Hotel Block. WACO. TEXAS. SEPEMBEJl 22. 1888 To Cotton Bnyera. Go to or tclcpliono T. D. Hays at Waco Dull- ding Association, and Insure your cotton. CITY ITEMS. Berwick Bay oysters, fresh, 25 cts. nor dozen at the St. Charles. Open day and night. Dr. Sanndcra, Dentist, ttaii Austin Ave. Soo the new "ad." of the Ten Cent store Buy feed at Duvall's 309. Franklin. Car loads of toys at Kophal's. Rend the chance In Goldstein & Migel's "ad." this afternoon. The! best brands of pocket-knives and razors at Horsfull & Cameron. The Telford and Us hopping stones nre covered with a coat of mud. Go to the reliable Jewelers Levin- ski & Lewino for fine Diamonds a$ wholesale prices. Mission crapes and best 5 cent clear at Kophal's. El Paso grapes extra choice at Joe Thompson's. The new sido walk in front of the Stone block is finished. Best of groceries at Heard's, Aus tin street. ' Whlttakor Star Hams at Early & Finks. 1 All the delicacies of the season at Heard s. The public schools open Monday and It is expected that the enrollment will bo much larger than that of last session, at me opening. Lav sells the celebrated McAlister coal, the best in this market. ' Cotton came in lively to-day and the receipts rim his: h in the hundreds. Prices rule as quoted yesterday. 9 to 0.15. Von will nnvn '20 to 25 ner et. bv buying from the wholesale aud retafl jewelers, jjeviusKi s ijewine. 1 Fresh country and croamory buttor at Heard's. The best brands of scissors and shears at Horstull & Cameron. Tho suits on bohalf of McLennan countv asralnBt tho saloon-keepers. alluded to In tho News of last even- ?. bear tho file mark of district olork, 55. F. Beasloy, of dato of Sep- lemuer i;ist. Fresh country produce at Heard's. Choice presorvos and conserves at Hoard's. Maior Wiley Jones Is moving to-day into tho handsome resldenco at tho corner of 13th and Austin streets, which he has purchased from W. H. Jones. O. J. Miller's crown mixed for iced tea Choice canned goods at Heard's. Extensive and elaborato prepara tions are In progress for the grand Himchas Torah nail which will bo given under the auspices of tho Ladies Hobrew Aid society In a short time. If you would bo happy go to W. D. Jackson for photographs. Choice groceries at Heard's, 311 Austin street. Strained hopey, tills year'B crop at Joe Thompson's. Fancy Brands sauces at 311 Austin street. Hay, oats and bran at Duvall's 309, Franklin. Fancy brands flour ot 311 Austin siroet. The Methodist tent services have boen temporarily discontinued on ac count of rain aud mild, Fine comb houey at Joe Thomp son's. Cords of school books and school statlonery'at Hill Bros. Fancy pickles at Heard's, 311 Aus tin avenue. " AH the latest styles and novelties at Mrs, B. J. Doss' millinery store, Fourth street. The ease of thn nmswu !! Nellie nnd Maudo Hnnsnn. ha boen ohronlclod in these columns. Maudo, tho youngest has roturnod home while Nellie refused to go back, Mayor Hinchman took tho caso In hand and got from her step lather. A. P. Rising, a written permission to find hern good home, agreeing never to Interfere with her ns long as sho Is woll treatod. Sho has been given to tho care of Major and Mrs. J. F. Her- Dort aim seems well satisfied. Sho claims that she left homo on account ot ui treatment. "JoelB. Frazler" whisky, twelve juuib uiu ui r,uiiy jrinKS. The Gabert Brothers, fashionable tailors, under the Pacific hotel, carry tho biggest aud finest stock of goods in Waco. They are Just receiving a large Stock of new o-nnrifl. rlnmnafln and Imported, and have tailors just from tho east so they can got up suits on short notice. Bostof fits and styles guaranteed. Mayor Hinohman to-day served no tion upon all parties to cease sweep ing trash and dirt Into tho guutlers, upon pain of prosecution by tho city. Officer Ayhnor Moore served the notices. Parties should have letter and mail boxes piit up at their houses and offi ces at once. Orders should bo left for them at H. E. Ambold's gun store and they will bo promptly ex ecuted. it. O. Johnson has put on another delivery wagon and has now ample facilities for delivering groceries and produce very promptly. Ladies or others can order with full assuranco that their orders will bo filled and delivered at once. He solicits the patronage of new customers. Give him a trial. Wallick's company presented the Cattlo King before a good audience at the Garland last night. The play is a strong one and the characters wore admirably sustained through out. Parties should have letter and mail boxes put up at their houses and offices at once. Orders should be left for them at H. E. Ambold's gun store and they will bo promptly exe cuted. Lovinskl & Lewine carry tho finest stock of gold and sliver watches at wholesale prices. D.E. Withers of Hubbard City had a preliminary examination boforo U. S. commissioner J. H. Finks, on a chargoof illicit tobacco selling. He was bound over to await the action of the grand Jury In the sum of $100. Mission grapes received dally at Early & Finks. ' The tomest barber stiop in town Is that of Jeff Williams, the old "O. K." stand, Austin streot. near the square. He has four tonsorial artists unsur passed In the state, and a nice cool room. Everything kept nice and in tho best of order. Corsicana will bo filled with Dem ocrats next Saturday, from all parts of tho Ninth district, who will go thero to give a rousing reception to Hon. It. Q. Mills, who will return homo on tiiat day. Go to Mrs. B. J. Doss' millinery store, Fourth streot, for best and cheapest hats, bonnets and othor goods. The finest beef, mutton, veal, and fish aro always to bo found at J. C. Crippen's market, corner Fif tli and I'raiiKim. Parties should have letter and mail boxes put up at their houses and offi ces at once. Orders should bo left for them at H. E. Ambold's gun store and they will be promptly ex ecuted. Insure your property with Meek & Fitzhugh, office In Pacific Ex press office, 4th St. Great bargains in unredeemed pledges at your Uncle Buff Domnau's opposite the McLelland hotel. Tuesday will be the last day for service of process in cases to be tried In the district court at tho approach ing term. When sou need money or have money to spend go to Undo Duff Domnau's. A suit for divorco has been filed in the district court entitled Sallie P. Berry vs. John G. Berry. The celebrated McAllister coal will be sold only by W. D. Laoy for the the present, Read the church notices for to-ruor- The Woolen Mill wants about twenty-five women to run sowing ma chines. Advertise in the newspapers and the Federal grand Jury won't get af- tor you. Thero aro no flies in the Avenuo market. It is the neatest placo in town. , " The Avenuo market for fat and choice meats cut in marblo slabs. Boston chips fresh overyday at DoWells. Laoy keeps tho best red ash anthra cite coal. The colored otton picker Is in tor day spending his week's earnings. Waco 0JLi?ioit;v Stion, Where it is, What it Bomo men engage In business with very little money, -having an abun dance of push aud get up and got and good common business senso, knowing how, when and whoro to buy goods, pushing rapidly to tho front, aro al ways glad to meet and wolaoftM com petition, rejoicing in the prosperity of all, with the motto, "Onward and up ward," over boforo them. They real ize tho fact that ten years ago are not the ways of to-day, that old fogylsm is dead. Such men deserve success. Othors starting in business when all it was thought necessary for a man to know was what he paid for an ar ticle and to sell it at double tho cost. Such men soon get disgusted at tho business push and success of tho mod ern merchant, and rather than meet competition stands off and defies it rather than sell goods at a fair profit, lot theni lay on the shelves and rust and grow old. Gradually dropping back, back, back, and out, leaving business for younger men, aud men that aro awaro of tho fact that this is the Nineteenth Century. -Waco Curiosity Shop. Lawyers and physicians attention I I havo two suits of rooms over my store, best location in the city to rent. Flue ventilation and light, nowly pa- Jiorod and painted. First-class for awyer, physician or dentist. Call and see them. E. W. Mitchell. 12-11-lw 400J Austin Avo. Tho Waco Installment Company can satisfy auy ouo who needs furni ture Thoy will oither rent furnlturo or sell It on installments so low that any one can pay for It. Thoy have n fluo largo stock of all sorts of furni ture and thoy sell very cheap. Dont purchaso olbowhexo until you havo given them n call. Thoy move and Sack furnlturo cheaply. Prathor ilock Austin streot. Tho Now Homo Sewing Machine is a daisy and is sweeping tho flold. The hoadnuarters, No. 702 Austin stroet, has been a busy placo evon in these two dull months. Mr., J. B. Dixon, tho gonial manager, has sold ninety-eight of tho New Home in tho past sixty days. Hei.t.o. If you want feed for your horse or cow, call on Lippmau Bros., No. 220, Franklin stroet, botween second and third. 49 lm. Sash weights and veutilators of all sizes, for sale at the Rlversldo Foun dry, First streot. Go to your Undo Dulf, tho pawn broker, opposlto the McLelland hotel, If you need any money or want to spend any. Choicest meat in town 'at the Ave nuo market, nothing but the best. Imported Swiss cheose, Holland Herring and Russian Sardines, just arrived at O. J. Miller's. Tho Riverside Foundry is prepared to make Iron storo fronts of all sizes and designs, at bottom rates, lw D. H. Spencer's music store is a busy place since his frionds havo learned ho is in Waco. Ho has sold six organs and one piano in eight days. TheHallotaud Davis pianos and Chicago Cottage organ, with D. H. Spencer as salesman will find a safe retreat in many homos. A noat three room house to rout. Prlco $8 per months. Plenty of money to loan on furnlturo and every thing of value. John D. Maylleld, 308 Austin stroet. Mrs. stroet. J. Doss, milliner. Fourth r stock nnd low prices. Dr. Saunders, Dentist, C02J Austin JLXv, Koinovnl. Clias D'Andrta & Son will rcmoyo tlidfr boot and shoe shop from bouth Filth Street U next door cast or IT, Jacobs, Taj lor sJion on Austin street ' is, What it has done, and What I "Lay on MoDuff, and damned be ho who llrst cries 'hold, enough.' " Waoo Curiosity Shop. I Pinch a nigs tall and he will saueal. Someboy's tall must have boenjbadly pinched. Waco Curiosity Shop for bargains. Lord, but such advice. Aro you badly hurt? Waco Curiosity Shop for dishes. Don't go to second-hand stores. Tho Curiosity Shop Did you evert for lamps. Old or second-hand goods (shelf worn) at tho Curiosity shop. I mean what I say. Good second hand goods are much hotter than poor quality of sholf-worn goods, and far cheaper. The Curiosity Shop for chamber sets. Would have no troublo passing most of that fresh stook as second-hand goods. How tho bird flutters; must be bad ly hurt. Goods at the Curiosity Shop aro sold as second hand when thoy begin to get shop-worn. To defy competition Is one thing, to meet it squarely and bravely is an other. Tell tho truth and shamo the devil. Can goods that are 8 or 10 years old be now and fresh? Tho Curiosity Shop sold more stoves at retail during the last fourteen months than any two stove houses in Waco. If thero is anyone In Waco that has auy new goods to sell at second-hand prices, the Curiosity Shop will buy all that Is for sale. To arrive In a few days, a largo stock of kitchen, dining room aud bod room furniture. All will bo sold low for casli or on oustallment. Waco Cariosity Shop. J.fl. GIMEH.tCO. A flrst-class bargain In suburban property Just li: If you want a good meal or a. good bed, go to the Brunswick on Frank lin streot. Everything is neat ns a pin uud flrst-class. For first class Photos of all stylos, call on Deauo, Waco's high priced Photographer. No cheap shoddy work done. If you want fruit cans or class Jars f for canning go to Barney Feldhake's it is GoiDE to io ! Tho Waco Curiosity Shop Is at 707 aud 711 Austin street. Tho Waoo Cu riosity Shop Is tho placo to buy and sell all kinds of socoud-hnnd goods. Thoy carry a full and complete stock of furniture, stoves, lamps glassware, trunks, sewing machines, and nearly overy ai tlolo needed for housekeeping. It Is tho plane thntnevor tries to hum bug the people with so-called Cost Sales, Moving Sales, or othor devices to deceive It Is the placo where they can and do sell goods nt n fair profit so that thoro Is no accumulation of old time-worn goods. It Is tho poor man's friend. Tho Curiosity Shop was start ed less than thrco years ago with less than a small fortuno, and a good name. Since then it has sold nearly $120,000 worth of goods. It has helpod hun dreds of people to furnish their homes when thoy could not do so in any oth or way. It has continued to grow, make frionds nnd prospor as no other houso In Waco over did with same capital. Now let me toll you what tho Curi osity Shop Is going to do. It is going to havo the best stock of new stoves, fumituro, trunks and gonoral house hold goods it ever had. It Is going to meot all competition and lead It when wo can. It will ninko special low prices in new cook and heating stoves and in tho future as in tho past, try to make as many friends as possible, realizing that It is by our frionds we live. Thanking all for pnst favors and our prosperity, wo aro as ever, Waco Curiosity Slop. Alexandre Bays Patronizing Waco's manufactories Insures Waco's prosperity. If over pooplo will make It a point to pur chaso homo products whoro they aro ns cheap and as 'good as tho foreign producod article, it would glvo em ployment to a groator nniubor of our pcoplo and glvo additional trade to our merchants Last mouth four thousand cans and packages loft my storo all marked Waco, carrying tho news on tho labol that Waco was large enough to support n Baking Powdor Factory, Steam Coflbolloaster and a Splco Mill. Alexandre's link ing Powdor Is tho host aud sold ovory whoro for 25 cents. Threo luon and n boy find omploymont now and I will add othor goods nnd manufuoturothoni right hero and employ moro bauds if I succood. Yours truly, P. L. AhuxAKimi:, Baking Powdor Manufacturer and Steam Cofl'eo Roaster. Hooro'M IiarKlniiit In Ileal Entitle. One lot with four-room house, on tho corner of Sixteenth and Webster streot. Price $650. Monthly iustall niBnt, $10.00. Ono lot with throe-room house, In East Waco, near Paul Qulun college. Price $400. Monthly installment, $12. One lot with throe-room house, on North Sixth street, in rear of J. T. Wilson's place. Prlco $300. Monthly installment; $9 One lot with throe-room house, on River streot, Enst Waco. Price $260. Monthly installment, $7.60. Ono lot with flvo-room house, on North Tenth streot, near West Ave. Price $1,000. Monthly installment, $30. Ono lot with four-room house, on South Ninth streot, near Cleveland. Price $900. Monthly Installment, $27. Ouo lot with threo-ruom house, on South Sixth street in rear of the old university. Prlco $760. Monthly in stallment, $22.50. Vacant lots on Webster and Clay stroots, on Boll Hill. Prlco from $150 to $.100 each, on monthly installment plan If doslred. NUMBER 500. That Is Askow's Palaco Saloon. Stolto Brothers keep nothing but tlie freshest of eU'rytlilng In tlielr store. Flour HoneyCharles itast, cornor Austin anil Sixth stroet has a large lot or lino flour on hand bought before thu rlbn and lie gltcs cus tomers tho bciieflt In prices. Also a big lot or honay cheap. I-ook. out; for specialties at Itas'l's there's money in it.