The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 86, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 25, 1893 Page: 1 of 8
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1. 6 No. 86.
WACO TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 25 1S93.
50c. Per Month.
0 WEARERS OF
Men's and Boys' Hats.
Death uf Mr-. U. 1 ( li.il lui in.
On sxnuliiv mjrht lust i I.'" culiere
Mrs It. K thallium died .' mn uiiinni.i
only ondurinir illness n ' il.ivs lio
leaves n husband and dim. 'i tor
. rarniHi ICoIiIm it
A few evenings afro buil.ir-. entered
the residence of Prank Mo l in I'm her
county twelve miles north nl Weather-
ford and secured about S:'. in money.
The family were in the tiuld picking
cotton at I he time.
ToiiU sirji'hnlllo Ity MM.iht'
Y. J. Whutiey a citiren of Alvln
Brazoria county swallowed a largo
dose of str chnine liv mistake recently.
His wife had dissolved .some Mrychnino
to poison minks and left it in .t tin vos-
Mr. Whutiey came in fioni work
tired and thirsty and drank from tho
muno vessel. A doctor was immedi
ately summoned and soon had him out
No Ruin Miiro tint Mlditlr uf luiir.
The dry weather in Hell county con-
tinues. No ruin since thf middle of
Juno to miiko anything like u season.
The ifi-uss is all eutcn up ami the .stock
is vnt. nnnr jniii in bad condition to null
that poseses the very best material out into ; through the approaching v. inter Many
E CARRY Everything desirable in MEN'S
and BOYS' HATS. We can sell them
Cheaper than other dealers because our ei.
Purchases are so much Larger we buy
1 MEN'S STIFF HATS
We show Yeoman Dunlap
and other shapes at . .
J 1. ji.J- V
tin. -:n hra's
Tkiuowi Frccluoa Pimpos
Liver hlolos. FlIarKhLiil.
Sunburn n.i I 'tn ami re- s .
ttoris the (.Kin to ltiorlg.- ...... 1 ;((;
iiloilnti. fiuiwlof toollf iro
itremraiKiiiH p-iu jinn- uy miripisi.
ilrUKH'13. nntiiiiti lor jimi
a nat. uur line ot urusners ana urease
Hats is large and we show all qualities. "
that the wrong shape hat on top of the best
suit of clothes made will spoil your general
appearance. This often happens in buying
hats out of small stocks.
Idren's Yachting Caps colors Blue
rown Tan Cardinal Black an
ream only ....
ys' Fancy Tarn O'Shanters Leather and
Both Military Caps only
a large line of other Fancy Hats and Caps for
Joys from 50 cents to $2.50 each.
SoIa Acronc fnr thp riolohrntprl IAIAV
lats made by
z smsixxf n i tu i iicna
G 3RL IE H3 3NT B E3 JEL C3r "
ARANTEE-2- tiUUU MTUM UAI dlKiVlS 0
:-: STYLISHLY MADE. :-:
C-N..4-U r-:riu ci. nnn t-.. h. n-ii Dn.ol
I ouuui ruin oi vvauu ica. unuei nuiei nuai.
nm I'resldtnt. J. K Kos CtU'or
Wu OAXSnOK Vice Pr-oldMitt. A L. Hnnvm VAbbiBtni.t
Tok i'ADOiTT. ) I Oirhler
IPixst fcTa.tiKLal DBa-anLls:
WAtn. : ti:aa
OAPITAL fOOC.OOO. SURPLUS AND PIIOF1TS J85.000
C.TOB-K. Kotan. Wm. Ohmoron. Tom PadBttt. J. H. Koe. . V. toTi W. t.
ft. D. 11 WnllBco. W. R. Dnunlcn Wm. nranttedt. M. A . Uoopet
Aonntso Banlis BaDkerB Mprohanti ndottrru nollcltfd Wf jnMisunurrna
w'H for mftVlnfr nnllA.'.tlnn.
al -:- Estate
louses and Lots in the City Farms and Grass Lands in this
fnty 1 80 acres on Bosque Boulevard.
- 1412 Austin Ave. Cottage 5 Rooms $20.00
- 926 Speight Street Cottage 6 Rooms 25.00
" S19 North 3rd Street Cottage 4 Rooms 12.50
425 University Street Cottage 6 Rooms 12.50
0. 1622 Soutli 4th Street Cottage 4 Rooms 12.50
:- 1024 bouth 4th Street Cottage 4 Rooms 12.50
- 1303 North 5th Street Two Story 6 Rooms 20.00
O. CTC SniifVi nt-Ki Qtrnof Pr.tt-or o Rooms 7.00
- 5 J 8 South 1st Street Cottage 3 Rooms 10.00
0. U27 itVi nth Ct-onf rn-rrn t RnnmS " IS.OO
0. IOI I Austin ;.! Tn Cfn A rnnms 40.00
0. 7ie AllQtin CfDaf S6O.O0
t- 414 Franklin Street '.'.'.'.'..... 25-
0. 2nn 9i-ifU c..i.t. o J. COO
k """"l I'UUIUl OUCCL '
lO. 726 AiiH Q-f O.OO
JNO. T. BATTLE
ice 1 Rrccn 8 Provident Buildine.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP l .ii.t ii--w.lili .
Vln pintlln ''i.p uutcnu1 1 Tor t! 'Urt ml without.
livM f.r tin. in r r.. lnoliititr tun ru 1 tl.U atlr in..!!
oiol. A .lrae.l.t "rice 25 Cun'l.
r C BITTNER &. CO..Toieuo '.
EnDPB?EO hT THE HlQMCST MlOICAL AUTHOniTIII
B&St " CATARRH
"J XJ iS t iai i v I iiiru miii A
" Mff fc .. mil... ill inn tit uiilT..r..rn
- ia7 wr St" t uu MniM-Tiuuiii
1 lit iH'it? . urntu'lillN
(.rlS I rVKIt. AVotxU
i nnif iff 1 iff Anrflfch'iil
it mi. (tuiTi nitMit tuiarr
farmers huve sold tlmir cotton "t'etl at
u hiph fimire and will let the good old
family cow Miffer this winter for tlio
want of tin cotton sued.
Urn ut thu llulhm l.tlt .roiim.
1'liere was no littlr c.viteiiitMit In tlio
machinery hall at the roumls of thu
Dallas fair cavlj Veilnsdu afternoon
Qiinscd by a file hreakintf out iu tlio
exhibit of the Kag'le cotton irin com
pany. The lire department wasjirompt-
ly on hand and the bla.e extinsuished
before much damage had been done
by the use of the patent etinifuishers
from tho evhihit adjoining
llurturlt'tl a lnllitiuii sl .;-.
On Thmduy night last the Pullman
sleeper on the To.as anil I'aeitle west
bound train which reached Dallas at
7.:;0 was raided by thime-. They took
a valise belonging to .). T. Oargan of
Dallas which contained lii(IOO of ne-
gotiable papers. Otlici passengers lost
their clothiiiR- and toilets. Superin-
tendent Judge til Foit Woith was noti-
tlfied and is at work on the ease.
(ililHS Ci ops .ttlll hiri'H.
Fires from passing ti.iins liue caused
a largo amount of i).nii.ite to farmers
in tho vicinity of spring buriiint;- all
the grass and in rn.nu instances tho
crops fencing and other property. Tho
loss will reach into l lie thousands. On
Monday a train p.isetl through Spring
with a car of burning cotton. BtVorts
made to save it did not succeed
and it was left at Aldmc where it. vwis
11 llll 11MH' llll'lll in mi 1 j
In nnrkrt.rr nW to u on llit ttn'n ntu n of (oM
rttridiiuctl I o JJr't l'oimaiifitt i in r.
nt I friction ciminntt'tMlonunnt'v rr'utuUM Vrlrr
." rt. 'I rial fro" nt llrnifi- III i.i"tT(1 mull
Xttent-) B. P.Cl'SEMiN Wr.nr"8R r Muh.U b A
VirTMTUfl! TIip mmt nml "sift -t ronic.ly for
illCIC I HUL ft Hkindlsnii- h I n ti tl Hll lllt
illii'uni.oiit Soros Hums t ut" Vnnlirful rt'm
MvlnrlMI.IlM. 1'tlrr.ar. tt. nt litiiL- n Al U
;ibttir by nmil prri'tittl Ailin - - i' Vl' .Vir..l!
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F YOU WANT
TO BE FOUND AT
Saloon and Restcurant. AD
night and day service.
W. E. ARMSTRONG Proprietor
CLOTHING AT COM
Picked L In An llnriiim ioiih Uonilltltin.
A young man uaiueil Webb who had
boen cutting cotton at High was found
near the railroad track in Itrookston a
few evenings ago in an unconscious
condition and badly bruised about the
face and head He was taken to u ho-
tel and re.storud to consciousness but
could give no deliuiti account of tho
accident but claimed that he had been
knocked from tho train and robbed of
considerable money. A few dollars
were still on his person It is supposed
he undertook to jump from a freight
train and fell.
llulil Up Hy 1 "'' I'uiU.
Late in the evening a few days ago
while on their way homo from bhincr
John Mulleker and Ilagendorf were
held up by four men and robbed. Mr.
Mulleker lost S!r.ui't Mr. Ilagendorf
TO cents all he had in his possession.
The robbers who ar. supposed to bo
negroes as tliej w '' black or had
their faces blackened approached thu
two men and asked for whisky when
all at once they iln pistols and told
them to hold up their hands. Mr. Mul-
leker called for help but one of the
robbers choked him into silence. Tlio
money stolen consisted of a SI00 bank
note issued by a bank at Wost Point
Va. name and number of bank not re
membered and -M5 in small bills. The
robbory was most daring as it took
place iiiside ot two miles from town iu
a lane. No trace of the robbers yet
What Is a Guarantee?
It is this. If jou havo a Cough or
Cold a tickling in tho Throit which
keeps you constantly coughing or if
you arc afflicted with ary (Jhest.Throat
or Lung Trouble Whooping Cough &c.
and you use liallard's Horehound
Syrup as directed giving it a fair trial
and no benefit is experienced we au-
thorize our advertised agent to refund
your moDey on' return of bottle. It
never fails to give satisfaction. It
promptly relieves Bronchitis Sold
by H. C. Ruber & Co Waco and .1.
B. Cornish East Waco Texas
i mm i
Guns to lent at Ambold'e.
Would be cheap provided tho goods were well bought
.stylish and fresh but when goods are really sold at tost
our experience is it invariably means one uf two things"
either they are old styles and shop worn or it is simply
an honest confession on the part of Ue merchant or mer-
chants that they paid too much for their goods and can
at a profit meet the pi ices of wide awake keen buyers
We Do Not Sell at Cost!
Our goods will stand a fair profit and
yet leave us in position to discount even
This season our stock is simply immense we have given
up the entire second floor to our clothing and furnishing
goods giving us without question the largest and best
lighted clothing room in the state and it is "Chuck Full"
of the grandest values we have ever owned. No matter
what is the size of your purse or rather the amount you
wish to invest in a suit or overcoat come and see us we
.will astonish you with what a little mon'ey will do and
fairly charm you witli the variety when you reach the
middle and better grade. Our stock is simply perfect.
What we say of men's suits applies alike to boys' and
See our Windows for a
Sample of Styles and Values.
H. B. MISTROT & CO
408 and 410 Austin Avenue.
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 86, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 25, 1893, newspaper, October 25, 1893; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115017/m1/1/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .