Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 78, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 10, 1888 Page: 3 of 4
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MI Xrmt:rcERY !
Everything Complete !
IMPROVED .: HEALTH .:. CORSET
A l'KKFECT FIT UUAUANTEEli.
AHS. - JB. -
SOUTH FOURTH STREET.
Local Time Oard.
Norti. bound I.caycs......... .2:40. m.
i " '...."."'.'. lil&a.m.
Southbound 1 " 1:P. m.
D Travis .Tonm
Ttckot Agent Paclflo Hotel Block.
Cotton Belt Route.
No 1. Express ar. 2'tiO p. m. Leaves a 0 p.m.
No 21. Mixed Leaics 8:15 a.m.
so ii.'. Corslcana and Hlllsboro(Stops at Waco)
Arrlies 6:45 p. m
No. 2 Express ar 11:27a.m. LcavcsllilOn m.
So. IB. Express to Corslcana nd 1I11U-
boroLoacs 2:oa m.
.So. a. Mixed I.caics. ......... K-soa. m.
t. K. HlllllIFlKLl)
Ticket Agent l'aclllc Hotel lllock.
West l.onnd....jArT.:;.:..;...:....:::10 a.m.
L'v :fio a. ra.
L'v 9.60 a. m.
Ticket Agent. Pacific Hotel lllock.
WACO. TEXAS. OCTOBER 10. 1888
To Cotton Doyen.
Go to or telephone T. D. Hays at Waco Buil-
ding Association and Insure your cotton.
Rerwlek Bay oysters fresh 25 ets.
per dozen at the St. Charles. Open
day and night.
Nothing but the freshest groceries
kept at Stolto Bros.
Fresh country produce at Heard's.
Dr. Saunders Dentlst.'WH1 Austin Ave.
B. and S. at Cotton Exchaugo.
Dr. Saunders. Dentist HBj; Austin Ave
Buy feed atDuvall's 309. Franklin.
Barbecued meats fresh from thokiln
every day at Blddle's cash market t
The! best brands of pocket-knives
and razors at Horsfull & Cameron.
El Paso grapes extra choice at Joe
For cholco roasts go to Riddle's
cash market and got it cheap.
Best of groceries at Hoard's Aus-
All the dellcaclos of the season at
Bemember the barbecured moats at
Riddle's cash market.
Laey sells the celebrated McAlister
coal tne nest in ims luurKew
Ross' Imported Soda at the Cotton ;
Stolto Brothers have' Just received
a fresh lot of Holland Herring. Call
and try them.
"Patronize Marc. Flournoy's first-
class ba'rber shop In tho New McClel-
land billiard parlor.
For choice fresh meats N. A. Straus-
burg'B market in East Waco Is the
Fresh country and creamery butter
The best brands of scissors and
shears at Horsiull & Cameron.
Marc. Flournoy has two first-class
barbers In his barber shop in the
New McClelland billiard oarlor.
Choice preserves and conserves at
Go to the reliable Jewelers Levin-
ski & Lewlue for fine Diamonds at
If you would bo happy go to W. D
Juck8on for photographs.
Cholco groceries at Heard's 811
Mott's Maryland peach cider at
Fresh Holland Herrlug at Stolte
Strained honey this yeAr's crop at
Fanoy Brands sauces at 811 Austin
Fanoy brands flour at 311 Austin
Fino comb honey at Joe Thomp-
Fanoy pickles at Heard's 311 Aus-
Fresh Naokerel at Stolto Bros t
Choicest meat in town at the Ave-
nuo inarkot nothing but tho best.
Do not forget that Riddlo sells lor
cash and you can get meats from him
a groat deal cheaper from him than
The finest beef mutton veal and
fish aie always to bo found at J. C.
Crlppen's market comer Fifth and
New arrival of fresh mackerel at
DoWiel catoh their own oysters-
try them. Boat arrives twlco each
day. Bend In your orders for oysters
for Sunday on Frldy to DeWIel.
attorn Goods Arriving!!
NEW STYLE GLOVE I
LACED: IN': TWO.: MOVEMENTS!
NovltiiUons Hooks or Catching.
J. - DOSiSS
The circus comas to-morrow.
"Caprice" to-morrow night.
Tho weather is getting wlnterish.
Get seats in season for "Caprice"
Overcoats and stoves are getting
Cotton has been pouring in in an
unbroken stream to-day.
The county court has done no busi-
ness to-day. .
Waco will be filled with circus goers
The case of Robertson vs. L'oates
is still on trial in the district couat.
Lots of people Irom the country
precinefs are already In to take in the
Thesaloof scats for Minnie Mad-
dorn at Tho Garland commonced this
Look out for fakirs and burglais.
Sleep with ono eye opon and a gun
The advance guard of beggers and
tramps who hang about the circus
are here. Lookout for them.
The Young Mens Mills club meets
In the court houso to-night. Hon.
George Clark is billed to address tho
For first class Photos of all stylos
call on Doiuio Waco's high priced
Photographer. No cheap shoddy
Jim Jones wax fined $1 for leaving
his team untied and Mike Martin $6
for getting drunk this morning by
The sale of seats at Tho Garland
box-offlco opened lively this morning
and the diagram already indicates
that there will be a big house to greet
that charming ingenue Miss Mad-
dern. The fire department's action last
night is chief topic of conversation on
the streets to-day. The universal hope
is that Waco will not lose her magni-
ficent fire department.
Rev. J. M. Halsell of tho Cumber-
land Presbyterian church will com-
mence a sorles of meetings at his
church to-night to continuo through
a week or probably more.
Chief Proscott will make known to-
morrow tho names of the committeo
ho will appoint pursuant to the re-
solution adopted last night at the
The toniest barber sbop in town Is
that of Jeff Williams tho old "O. K."
stand Austin street near the square.
no nas lour tonsoriai artists unsur-
passed In the state and a nice cool
room. Everything kept nice and In
the best of order.
Marriago licenses have been issued
to W. G. Muston and Miss Mattlo F.
Thomason; Abo Leo and Mrs. Ella
Thomas; Wm. Kettler and Miss
Louisa Frelse; Peter Sparks aud Miss
Tho barber shop In the New Mc-
Clelland Billiard Parlor has been
taken In charge by Marc. Flournoy
proprietor of the billiard Parlor. He
has seoured the services of two flrst-
class whito barbers and Bollclslts a
share of tho patronage of his friends
and the public generally.
MrB. Ed. White announces in the
News to-day that she has opened a
first-class restaurant and oyster par-
lor on south Fifth street. Mrs. White
is well known in this connection In
Waco and she will give as good meal
for tho money as can bo found in the
The Gabon Brothors lashionablcff
tailors mule- tho Pacific notoi curry
the biggest und finest stock of goods
In Waco. Thov are Just receiving a
large stock of new goods domestic
and imported and have tailors Just
from the east so they can got up suits
on short notice Best of Jits aud stylos
There will bo a social hop this
evening under tho auspices of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association at
tho association hall. Becker's orches-
tra will furnish tho music aud no
effort will be spared to make the
evening a pleasant one In overy re-
spect. The mass meoting to discuss tho
Waco Female College subscription at
the court houso last night was largely.
composed of ladles. Gen. F. H. Rob
ertson presided and addresses were
made by Mayor Hinchmau Capt. T
A. Blair Mr. J. B Bakor Dr. F. T.
Mitchell Col N. B. BUgh Messrs
Sam Sanger. Ed. Rotan and others.
A subscription' of over 7000 v as re-
ported as already seoured and tho
meeting ndjourned until Mouday
night next when It will re-assemble
In tho chapel of the Female College.
FIREMAN IN MASS MEETING.
Important Aotlon Taken by the
Department Last Night.
The Waco Fire Department hold an
Important mass mooting at tholr hall
last night. Tho mooting was called
by chief A. M. Proscott on a request
to him signed by upwards of twenty
members who deslrod tho mooting to
have u discusslon-tf tho uctlon of the
city council In Indefinitely postpon-
ing action on tho building of the
now flro station. .Chief Proscott pre-
sided und Sccrotary W. R. Sills kopt
tho records. At the outset of tho
mooting Chlofprescott explained the
purposo-for which It had boon called
and further ho deprecated any hasty
action on tho part of tho department
which would lnjuro Its efficacy or
destroy its prestige Ho urgod re
newed appeals to tho council for the
building of tho now station.
Tho chief Hum Invited overy mem-
ber presont to expiess himself upon
tho subject ami many responded.
Somo wore in favor of taking imme
diate stops to express their disappro
bation of tho courso of tho city coun
cil in ignoring tholr petitions and
slighting tho recommendations ot
tholr chief. Cooler heads counseled a
wiser courso and pleaded for another
uppoal to the council. Among thoso
who spoke on the subject wore Ben
Alexander E. F. Roese J. R. Wilkes
Toney Hooffner Chief Prescott John
Fall Herbert Little Will Sills Bob
Yeates and others. At the conclusion
of tho discussion Socrotary Will Sills
offered tho following resolutlonwhich
was unanimously adopted:
Resolved That a committeo of five
be appointed by the chief to wait on
thecity council at once and demand
of that body some satisfaction within
the next thirty days regarding the
new fire station and if no satisfaction
bo given thon that tho department
The department passed thanks to
Mr. J. T. Wilson for hot coffee and
lunch furnished tho boys aftor the flro
last Thursday night.
Tho mass mooting then adjourned.
The march of progress and improve-
ment is kept up all over Waco. No
sooner had dirt been broken for the
handsome passenger depot the Cotton
Belt Is ereotlng at tho corner of Mary
aud Third streets that an impetus
was given to other Improvements.
On yesterday the plans and specifi-
cations of a two story block in the
same vicinity prepared by Messrs.
Lartnour & Herbert wore approved'
and accepted and work on the now
building will begin in a few days.
Tho block will front 82) feot on
Third streot aud ISO feot on Mary and
will contain nine stores on theground
floor tho upper story being fitted up
as a hotel. The block Is to bo built
jointly by Mossts. Wiley Jones J. W
Mann and Sid Olive aud will cover
the ground oocuplcd by the old Wiley
Jones livery stable Tho space bo
tweeu the building and the new do
pot will be well paved aud macadam'
izod thus making an excollent stroet
practically it will bo moving
Mary street north to the rear of the
depot. This will bo a big improvo-
mont to tho lower portion of town.
Died at Crawford.
Luther Brelsford a woll known
young carpenter of this city .died at
John W. Bakors ranch near Crawford
yesterday morning. He had been 111
for some time a victim of that dread
disease Aonsumptlou but feoling
stronger he left here about a week
ago to do some work on Mr. Baker's
rauch. Within a day or two ho was
stricken down aud yesterday death
claimed him. Mr. Brelsford leaves
severul brothers aud slstor in this
city. Mrs. Joe Groon his sister wont
out by private conveyauco last night
to Crawford accompanied by Mis.
Hurry Slossiugor. A coffin wus sent
out from here and tho body will bo
bulled at Crawford.
Tho Waco Iufctillmont Company
can satisfy any one who needs furni-
ture. They will either rent furniture
or sell it on iiistullmontH so low that
any ono can pay for it. They have
flue large stock of all sorts of furni-
turo and they sell vory cheap. Dont
purchase elsowhero until you have
given them a call. They move and
Back furniture cheaply. Prathor
;loek Austin streot.
Call at Sam Robinson's south side
square and examine his cofnploto
stock of fresh groceries. Ho makes a
specialty of Imported Holland her-
ring kraut anchovies Gorman Dill
pickles and Swiss and Lunborger
Mrs. Ed. White's
ltestuaraut and Oyster Parlor 111 South Fifth
street is a place where ladles out shopplnir can
stop aud get hot coffee and a nlco lunch. All
s asonable delicacies on hand and served at a
moments notice. Ojstcrs flsh etc. Meal
tlckds will bu Issued which call for llrst-class
faro Don't forgot tho place No 111 South
Fifth street betneen Austin and Franklin.
SOUTH SEVENTH 11ETWEEN AUSTIN AND
FKANK TVORTHAM PBOP'R.
Rites $1 p day.
..& . svfam' Ti" j.-.-.ftiAi.tff sWtoJ -
BARNUM I BAILEY
15 NEW UNITED SHOWS 15
THURSDAY OCT. 11.
Binnim ft liaqdoq Niw Uqlted Expaillloni.
5 Hew Slows Aiiei this Year ! 15 Complete anfl WoierM
A Mnntnr Trnvnlliiir Universal Fair w
Barnuin & Bailey's Greatest show on Earth tho Great London Circus.
Paris-Olympla Hypodromo. Grand Horso Fair. Moorish
Caravan and Monslor WoMd's Fair.
CAPITAL $3000000; DAILY EXPENSES $0800
43 Circuses in 3 Rings. r
ELEVATED STAGE PERFORMANCES
Two immense Monacorlos of wild beasts. Big horso fair with 360 hoad of
Rare horses. Wild Mooilsh Caravan'with high prions fclaves Arab
horses war woapous roliglous articles and tents of animal
skins. Real wandering trlbo or Bedouins. Charming
Algorian dancing girls. Hords of elephants
droves of camels tralnod zobras gi-
raffes oslricho3 donkeys
SKELETON AS NATURAL AND IBIG; ASJLIFE .
'lroupoonl.enomcittlJjpaiu'set(icrt Museum of Hying human condors clants
duaris mlUmts lut iiluiiIc urmlesit and legless wonder itc etc. I'M Martllng
and orlKluul acts lonlKii and American urtutsi talking ami acting Arctlu seals)
trick poults stallions elephants doga bears etc.) soenoiiu.i duns or wild animals
with tralctrs) '"Uiognatest milted ettints or the greatest combined showmen pre-
senting the grandest possible show." (
TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M.
Doors Open at 12:30 and 6:30. Admission to Everything $1 Children under 9 years 50 c.
ALL TENTS REMAIN UP UNTIL Q O'CLOCK P. M.
GREAT nSTE-T STBBET PABADE.
With everything novel rich majnlllcont nnd oontalnlng 91 ' 0900 worth
orrare features t l) oulock a. in. As an accommodation rusuryed scat
tickets will bn sold at thu rcgulur price und admission tickets at the usual
Bdianco In Morrison ltlscncr & Co's drug storo 6 3 .lustlu uvunuu.
qiifspexcnrslou rati a on all railroads. Will exhibit it
PORT WORTH OCT. 10 AND AUSTIN OCT. 12.
44a J&C stajibg
ith a World of Astounding Attractions
AQUATIC FEATS IN REAL LAKE.
The Direct Route
To All Points.
And the Northwest.
2 Daily Trains 2
The Direct Route to All
Points in the North
Via St. Louis
Pullman Palace Hotel Can are run
hctvtcon St. Louis and San Antonio
via Sodall dally. All trains nrrlvs
and depart from the Grand Union
Depot at St. Louis thereby assuring
passengers speedy connections.
Fast Time! Superior Accommo-
n. w. McciiLLOuair
GeAoral PaBBonRorand FrclglitTAgcnt
St. Lonis Arkansas &
"Cotton Belt Route."
The New Standard Gauge
Through . Line
Arkansas and Texas
Via CAIRO to
ST. LOUIS AND GHIGA GO
Connecting In Union Depots with
through trains for alt points In
Ohio and all Points
North and Bast.
Don't buy a tlckot fur auy
point until you havo consult-
ed tho Agont of tho St Louts
Arkansas and Texas Railway.
General Passenger Agent St. Louli
K. W. LoBAUME
Ass't Goii'l Pass. Agont St. Louli
D. E. HIR8I1KJELD
Local Ticket Agent. Waco TexM
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