Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 78, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 10, 1888 Page: 4 of 4
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A NARROW ESCAPE.
Bill Nye llwcntly Umpired Come lie
A short tlmo ago 1 was called upon by a
committee of physicians and surgeons of
MlnnenpolK led by Br. Hunter of that city
with a request I hit I would umpire n gamo
ofbaso bnll to l plncdon tho ensuing day
between tho Allopaths and Homoeopaths of
Minneapolis for tho championship of tho
northwest tho proceeds to go to tho Homoeo-
I told Dr. Iluuter that on all wlso provi-
dence had not seen fit to endow mo with a
groat deal of baseball wisdom but that I
was passionately fond of tho gome recogniz-
ing as I did that It denoted a wonderful de-
gree of progress and a gradual loading up
from bean bag and two-old-cat towards tho
earnestness tho throb and thrill and such
things as that of tho truo athlete
Dr. Hunter said I bad the right Idea of tho
game ho thought and he would get Mr.
Conklln of tho Grand Opera houso to do
tho nctlvo part of tho umpiring leaving me
mostly to sit under tho shade of a large un
umbrella outsido tho orbit of hot balls and
cngagod in thought. Ho (aid that a great
many pooplo had noticed in roe the faculty
of being ablo to nssutno a thlnkful air while
really ongaged in something else. He said
peoplo liked that in anybody and especially
in an unpiro.
At 2 :30 tho rival clubs arrived In separate
ambulances and choso up for "in" Tho Al-
lopaths got tho bat.
Each club had a separate pail oat of which
thoy drank when in need of anything In that
lino. Tho Homoeopaths took theirs at a
third dilution every twenty minutes out of a
"graduate" and tho Allopaths drank out of
a largo tin dipper until relieved
I prcsumo tho different players would not
caro to havo mo uo their names here and so
I will substitute fictitious names.
Tho Allopaths woro a uniform consisting of
different kinds of clothes but very becoming
indeed. A few baseball uniforms scattered'
through tbo two clubs gave life and pi-
quancy to tho gamo and made it mora diffi-
cult for tho umpire to tell which side was in.
Dr. Gray woro drab small clothes a light
high hat with w ido black band and long
ashes of roses mohair duster hold in place by
means of a string.
Dr. Windymcicr woro a blue flannel sail-
or's suit with inflamed rovers of same.
Dr. Pcndergas.t woro a low neck and short
sleeve knit lingerio with checkered panta-
loons and a trad of tul'e at the throat. He
woro a tarpaulin hat and no ornaments.
Dr. Dlecker noro a pair of all wool trou-
sers with wedgo of shrimp pink satin sot in
tho back between his suspender buttons;
white open back shirt pin stripo suspenders
and Alpino hat
Dr. Early woro a street costume with tiro-
man's hat and varioloid necktie.
Dr. Pangborn woro a Princo Albert coat
knickerbockers and foro and aft steamer bat
of small bluo and white plaid with squirrel
skin car tabs tied roguishly over the top. Ho
woro no ornaments at the beginning of the
gome but at tho third inning appeared In a
stellated comminuted contusion Just oast of
the parotid gland.
Dr. Pomberthy woro a tennis suit with silk
hat and crocheted slippers. He mado a very
fino appearanco on tho beautiful green ball
ground but generally perished beforo ho
reached second. In batting Dr. Pembcrthy
almost always struck at the ball after the
catcher had it in his pocket and bo always
erred in diagnosing the general direction of
tho ball and his treatment of it was vision-
ary and theoretical in tho extreme. 1 had to
reprimand him three times for theso things
Tbo gamo was called at 3 o'clock and with
two largo shingles to keep tally on I told the
boys to sail in.
Dr. Mills of the Allopaths went first to
bat Ho was dressed simply in a suit of blue
flannel with richly beaded moccasins and
high crowned stiff black shiny straw bat He
spat on both hands then caught up a quart
of sand which ho applied to the handle of tho
bat breathed in all tbo air between himself
and tho center fielder asked for an abdom-
inal ball and got so near what he requested
that it was soma tlmo before I could signal
Mr. Ccnklln to go on with the gamo. He
was given his baso on balls I bellove and
made a homo run in tho ambulance. When
ho got in ho tallied and took a bismuth pow-
der that would have settled the stomach of a
wholo livery stable.
Dr. Dixon then camo to the bat Ho was
dressed in a morning costume of brown chev-
iot with maroon faille franchise sleeve linings
which had crocked his linen in places but
did not hurt tho general effect. Ho woro no
ornaments aside from a society emblem of
solid gold attached to his watch chain which
neighed two or threo pounds. He asked for
a claviclo bull which ho missed by a right
smart Tho pitcher prescribed another cap-
sulofor him which ho struck at Just a few
moments beforo it got to him. and with such
forcoas to whirl him around on tho homo
plate with great violence. As soon as bo had
recovered from his giddiness and vertigo I
called time again and this time ho swatted
tho ball so high that it was a glorious chance
for tho center fielder to get under it as it
was a long tlmo in tho air and' camo down as
straight as a shot but tho center fielder was
just fitting a new stopper to his stethoscope
which he bad lost out on his way to the
grounds and so muffed it as we would say.
Tho General error mado by physicians in
' playing this gamo I find in both schools
is not bo much a lack of proper
knowledgo of Its histology physiol-
ogy microscophy chemistry pothol-
cSTi physiological medicine pharmacy or
therapeutics for all schools seem to treat a
hot ball In about tho samo manner favoring
in most coses a conservative courso until tho
tempcrnturo or tho ball isTeduood but the
common error seems to be tho samo as that
tnado iu tho Garfield case vis. on Incorrect
diagnosis as to tho courso and location of tho
Hpaco nt this timo will not permit an ex-
tended description of tho camo as nlnved.
but a hasty lecapitulation shows that tho
Allopaths nro moi o in favor of outward appli-
cation and that they are further advanced.
jwrhaps in thu various methods of probing
iur mu uuii wnuo mo uomocopatns are less
llablo to overplay themselves. Bill Nyo in
A1W1I 1U1J. tfUWU.
Bludsoo's Landlady (who U not a first class
provider) Isn't it a UttL) unusual to wear a
baseball mask at tjililni
Dludsoc I thou ;Ut I'd better. Mrs. FlUilns.
I was. afraid I'd forget myself ajid eat your
Utue nioco somo day. TUao.
Waco Oiaxdo&itar lMp
-Where it is What it is What it lias done anil fiat it is Goim to Jo !
Boiuo mou engage In business with
very little mouoy litiviug nil nbuu-
dauce of push mid got up nml got and
good common buslnoss houso knowing
how when nml whoro to buy goods
pushing rnpldly to tho front nro al
ways glnd to moot nnd welcome com-
poHtlon rejoicing In the prosperity of
all with tho motto "Onward and up
ward" ever beforo them. They real-
izo tho fact that ton years ago are not
tho ways of to-day that old fogylsm
Is dead. Such mon dosorve success.
Others starting in business whon
all It was thought necessary for a man
to know was what he paid for an ar-
tlcle and to sell it at double tho cost.
Such men soon got disgusted at the
business push and success of tho mod
ern merchant and rather than meet
competition stands oil' and defies it
rather than soil goods at a fair profit
lot thorn lay on the shelves and rust
and grow old. Gradually dropping
back back back and out loavlng
business for younger mon aud men
that are aware of the fact that this
Is tho Nineteenth Century.
Waco Curiosity Slop.
A Double Encore.
The management of the Alcazar
have shown skill and judgment in se-
curing Miss Maddern who is certainly
o ie of the best ingenues to be found
on the Ameritan stage. There was a
crowded and enthusiastic attendance
last evening to witness the production
of "Caprice" by Howard P. Taylor
which met with such a cordial recep-
tion as to foreshadow a brilliant sea-
son both for the star or the drama.
Miss Maddern shows great improve-'
ment since her last engagement in
this city; her versatility captivated the
audience. She has an exceptional
magnetism; with much suggestion of
Lotta she belongs to a much finer
school and is capable of a higher level
of characters. Her singing of "In the
Gloaming" and "May be you Would
but I Doubt it" was rendered with
such genuine pathos and archness as
to secure a double encore on each oc-
casion. Miss Maddern may be con-
gratulated on her success. San Fran-
Appolntm't of Democratic Speaker
The following named gentlemen
will address the people at the respec-
tive places and on the dates named
below in the interest of Democracy :
Hon.' 8. P. Mills China Springs
October 13; Mastersville Octobeo 20;
Robinson October 27; Bosque vllle
October 20; Patrlok Ootober 80; Woco
November 1; Moody November 8.
Hon. W. H. Leasing Patrlok Oct.
0; South Bosque October 13; Crawford
Hon. W. H. Jenkins China
Springs Ootober 13; Hewett Oct. 20.
Judge John C. West Speeglevillo
Hon. A. J. Curuthers Axtell Oct.
13; Bosquevlllo October 20
' Judge L. C. Alexander Douglas
Store November 3.
Judge F. M. Makelg West Ooto-
ber 13; Ross October 20; Geneva
Hon. J. C. Jenkins Douglas Store
Ootober 20. .
Mr. W. A. Poguo Battle Institute
Judgo G. B. Gerald Robinson
October 13; Bobinson school house
Ootobor 20; Bosquevlllo Ootober 23
Gen. F. II. Robertson Duty's
Store Ootobor 27; Battlo Institute
Capt. T. A. Blair West Ootober 0;1
Lotoiia October 18; Crawford Octo-
ber 20; Moody October 27.
Mr. John J. See Axtell October
13; Duty's Store Ootober 20.
Mr. J. W. Taylor Mart Ootober 0:
McGregor October 13; Ross Ootober
20; Douglas. Store Ootobor 27.
Othor Biioakora will tin addeil from
I tino t0 time. Wm. "W. Evans
Ghnlrman-Cbntral Campaign Com.
First quality of Ham Sausairea lust
"Lay on MoDulT and damned be ho
who first orlos 'hold enough." "
Waco Curiosity Shop.
rinuh a pigs tail and ho will squeal.
Somoboy's (ail must havo been badly
pinched. Waco Curiosity Shop for
Lord but such advlco. Aro you
badly hurt? Vaco Curiosity Shop
Don't go to
Tho Curiosity Shop
Did you over I
Old or second-hand goods (sholf-
worn) at tho Curiosity shop.
I mean what I say. Good second-
hand goods aro much bettor than poor
quality of sholf-worn goods and far
cheaper. Tho Curiosity Shop for
Would havo no troublo passing most
of that fresh stock as second-hand
How tho bird flutters; must bo bad
Goods at tho Curiosity Shop aro sold :
as second hand when thoy begin to
To defy competition Is one thing to
meet it squarely and bravely is an-
other. Tell the truth and shame the
Can goods that are 8 or 10 years old
bo now and fresh?
Tho Curiosity Shop sold more stoves
at retail during the last fourteen
months than any two stove houses in
If there is anyouo In Waco that has
any now goods to soil at second-hand
prices the Curiosity Shop will buy
all that is for sale.
To arrive In a few days a large stock
of kitchen dining room and bedroom
furniture. All will be sold low for
cash or on enstallment.
Waco Cariosity Slop.
Insure anything you have against fire with T.
D. Hays at office of Waco Rnlldlng Association;
his companies are the best and some one is al-
ways In the ofllco.
Dr. Saunders Dentist 002' Austin Ave.
Dr. Saunders Dentist 5'21' Austin Ave.
Take Peelers Chill SyrupNo Cub No Pat
Satisfaction guaranteed on everything yon
buy at Peeler's Drug Store.
Dr. 8annders Dentist 802f Austin Ave.
Peeler's Conch Svrnn euros rnnrhn and
colds when all others fill.
Peeler's Drag Store for Dressing Cases Sba-
Peeler's Blood Alterative will purify the
blood when nothing else will. It la irarrun-
Peeler's Drug Store Is tho cheapest placo in
Waco to get your prescriptions filled. Only
Peeler's liver Pills are the best In tho world
small and easy to take . Every box warranted
Dr. J. H . Boyett dentist corner.Anstln anil
Seventh streets. .
You will save inonev
' buying what you
ecler's Drug St ere
want In the Drag line at
Corner 5th and Austin street
Peeler'B Drug Store for Violin and Guitar
Strinira. 1'aner. llna. Ink Ami PpnplU. nil at
Darrow and A Goebcl receive dallv. are thu
only dealors handling the celebrated Berwick
Ovstors in Waco.
Peeler's Cholera Mixture will cure cramp
qolle cholera morbus dtarrhcea and flux. War-
ranted. Peeler's Drag Storo for Perfumery Face
Powders Toilet Soup Combs and Brushes.
Cheapest In town.
Peelpr's Corn Itcmover takes off corns with-
out pain or scar. No Cuius o Pay I
Darrow A Goobel meet market AnBtln
Avenue between 7th and 8th. Finest meats
oysters fish etc. to be had In this market
delivered to anv cart of the city
5 AND 10 CENT. STORE !
Just received a big stock of No. 1
Sandstone China best ware mado.
Large wash bowl and pitchor new
shape $1; 6 handlod tea cups and
saucers 50 cents; one quart cream
filtehers 15 cents; 12 Inch steak dish
5 cents; covored vegetable dishes
50 oonts; wash bowls o0 cents; deep
vegetable dishes without cover from
10 cents up; scalloped dishes from 5
cents up; largo mugs 10 cents; soap
stands 10 cents; spittoon 50 cents.
Ton quart pressed dish pan 2o cents
17 quart? pieced dish pan 25 cents 14
quart bucket 25 cents. 2 gallou cov-
erod bucket 25 cents 1 quart coffee
pot to cents - quart mim pans 5 ots.
4 nuart 10 cents nunrt mina 5 nentn.
milk strainors 10 conts wash pans 10
cents cako pans 10 cents handle
sifter 15 cents rim sifter 10 cents
heavy square pans 15 cents large
grates 10 cents 1 gallon sprinklers
painted outside ana inside 30 cents.
dinner buckets 25 cents large Ja-
punneu waiters w corns.
Five Cent Attractions.
Bunch riulll tooth nicks. Box-wood
tooth picks 0 penolls 2 hole mouso
traps box prepared chalk 0 tin tea
spoons 4 tin table spoons large
Kiionen spoon z cards books nnd
I eyes coffee not stand iron stand box
assorted hair nlna. tank nullor. hnx
1 best silver oleauer box slate pencils
' 0 pieces Unrnlllir cotton. 12 sluto non-
I "s n box' a rul)Uor corset-lace largo
I'toSotf bottle of Tnk. KU
h AND 10 CENT STORE
Oil Austin street between FIMi and Sixth-
The Waco Curiosity Shop is at 707
and 711 Auslm street. Tho Waco Cu-
riosity Shop Is tho plnuo to buy and
sell all kinds of second-hand goods.
Thoy carry a full and complete stock
of furniture stoves lamps glassware
trunks sowing iiiachiuos and nearly
every aitlclo needed for housokeoping.
It Is tho place that never trlos'to hum-
bug tho pooplo with so-called Cost
Sales Moving Sales or other devices
to decol vo. It is tho placo whoro thoy
can and do soil goods at n fair profit
so that thero Is no accumulation of old
tlmo-worn goods. It is tho poor man's
friend. Tho Curiosity Shop was start-
ed less than threo years ngo with less
than a small fortuuo and a good namo.
Since then It has sold noarly $120000
worth of goods. It has helped hun-
dreds of peoplo to furnish their homos
whon they could not do so In any oth-
er way. It has continued to grow
make friends and prosper as no other
houso In Waco ever did with same
Now lot mo tell you what tho Curi-
osity Shop is going to do. It is going
to have tho best stock of now stoves
furnituro trunks and general house-
hold goods it evor had. It Is going to
meet all competition and lead It when
we can. It will mako special low
prices iu now cook and heating stoves
and In tho future as in the past try
to mako as many friends as possible
realizing that it Is by our frionds we
live. Thanking all for past favors
and our prosperity we are as ever
Waco Curiosity Slop.
FURNISHED nOOMS with Board for gentle-
man and wife or three gentlemen. Ap-
ply to lira. Sherman Htt North Sixth Street.
ANTED A good Dry Goods man wanted
ai once uy uo:ustcin & Jllgol. 4t
FOR NAI.K 100 acres of land GO in fine cul-
tivation and 40 in excellent pasture all un-
der a good fence. Farm Is situated about 35 miles
from Waco has good four room dwelling am-
ple out-buildings barns etc. good cistern and
splendid tank of water. Will trade for good
LOST One gold bncelct with slide with
Initials "W. Y. toS. M. II. with Cameo
sett In slide. Finder will bo liberally reward-
ed by leaving same at this office.
FOB BENT anlco 4 room houso for rent
corner ('lav and Ninlh street. aiidIv to
Jas. bhears ICtli and Clay street.
good harness hoiBes. slncle or donliln.
Address J. T. Montgomery llov mil. Warn.
Texas or nt News oince. A bargain. tf
T A "0"i7T?C! Wo have old papers con-
J. JVL JjJXi stanlly on hand and
antes u anting mem can gat them at a bargain
512 Austin Avenue.
FOB SALE Two fine grade Jersey cows
both with young calves. V. F. Griffin. 21
MBS. J. N. HAIBSTON has decided to com-
mence Dress-maklnc airaln. on Sont'n th
street No. Ml She solicits tho Patronage of
ner oiu customers.
TTTANTED A house-keeper Apply Immo-
v v tuitiuiy si Jura. ai. j uoDinson a Bic
nnder the Mitchell IIouBe on South 3d street.
"VBANGE BLOSSOM8-.Dr. Meglll's famous
v vmngu juuBBunis jurs. a. j. lucnaruson
agent North 10th street. 0-i:i-Im
FOB SAT.E A pair of family match buggy
horses alio ts o locond hand delh ery wag-
EOR SALE A pair of largo flrst-ilass work
mules seven vears old. Mrs. S A. Savers.
N. 14th St. bo tw een Jefferson and Barron ets.
CiEWINQ MACIIINES-S. J. Smith says Tor
O any kind of Sewing Machlno business write
him u card or call at Ko. 612 Austin Avenue.
PABTIES building residences sboald exaru-
amlno Mr. llewett's cast Iron lire placet
for burning wood. Has also a cast Iron grate
In four pieces ror burning coal They aro beau-
tiful hnd 1U last forever. Can see samples In
Cook's or Larmonr A Herbert's office.
FOK SALE One book case 1 atop ladder 4
tables 1 four horse engine lour heating
stoves and plpo. :i desks bowl and pitcher
wbbu muuuB tinii uuzuu cnnirs ceiigrapn type-
writer olUco railing and counter patent letter
flies. 1 Hall safe ' storo counter 0000 old
Jiapers and a large amount of other second-
land furniture. J.no.K. Kloin.
FOB BENT House of seven room on Frank
lin nnd Ninth streets. Apply to 0. N
Mrs Fannie Estelle & Mrs O.L. Wiley
With 12 yean experience In dressmaking
we are both prepared to do first tlass nork.
We therefore offer our services to tho Indies of
Waco and solicit their kind patronage Prices
reasonable and work guaranteed also beauti-
ful decorative work. Austin avenno. No 400''.
Mus. F. K. KhtkllH
Mim. O. L Wlkt.
Parties should havo letter and mall
boxes put up at tholr houses and offl-
cos nt once Orders should be left
for them nt II. E. Ambold's gun
store and thoy will bo promptly exe
If you want u (rood meal or a irood
bed go to the Brunswick on Frank-
lin streot. Everything is neat as a
jiui mm urtn-uiunu. -
Robes all Colors Nicely
at $1.10. Very Pine
' at jJl.OU
Cups Hoods nutl TurluuiH In nil
to JJW.OO. Wo nro Showing
In Children'! Velvet
CupH nnd lloniictH
Ohlldron's HnnmlnnnHnHO. Cotton
A Full Line of Regular 26 ot. Hobo at 15 ots. a Pair.
Very Pine Derby Ribbed Hobo Child's Misses and LadieB only 26 ots
A Full Line of Children's and MIbsos' Cashmere and Kid Cloves.
Wo havo b Complete Lino of Children's Underwear; Union SuIIb and
Individual Pieoos in Wool oasnmero. uotton ana Worsted.
Our Prices are 25 per oent. Under Regular Prices.
300 Pairs Knee pants
aj AJ uw i ran. xkjvkj cuvo ouno ttu tuwosu
Half Value from Low Grades to the Finest.
GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL
Cash Crushers of Credit
SOME SPLENDID INVtSTMENTS.
109 Wall Mrcct Waco lexas.
Olt THE LKUINLATURE.
Capt. A. .1. Ish Is an Independent candidate
for the Legislature from McLennan county at
tho election In No ember and asks the votes of
all his friends without respect to party.
Mr. J U. ClabauUofBoss is an Indepen-
dent Candidate for Sheriff of McLennan county
at the ensuing No ember election. He solicits
the votes of his friends and acquaintances.
Tf OR STATE NLNATOR-
We are authorized to announce Mr. Geo. W.
Stnbbledeld as independent candidate for Stat-)
Senator at the Statu election in November.
For Hale at a Bargain.
I offer for sale at a bargain the boarding houso
known as the Taylor House on Mary street
between Seventh and Eighth lot 60x150 feet
house contains thirteen rooms large barn well
etc and will soon bo in one or the beat busi-
ness locations In tho city. Alio two nice build-
ing lots on North Fourth streot back of ware
Iioubo at a special low price. Callonmolf yon
desire to buy abot o property.
.Lno. M. Oooran Waco Texas.
P. S. Tho boarding house will be for rent
on Oct. lit 1868.
Flour Honev Charles llnat. rnmnr Anatln
and Sixth street has a large lot of lino flour on
hand bought beforo the rise aud he gives cus-
tomers the benefit In prices. Also a big lot of
uunev cucsp. jajok oni ior specialties at
Hast's there's money In It.
fresh everyday at
Parties should have letter and mall
boxes put up at their houses and offi
ces at once. Orders should be left
for them t H. E. Ambold's gun
store and they will be promptly ex-
ecuted. Tho celebrated McAllister coal will
bo sold only by W. D. Lacy for the
Afro Tl T riADD mllllMna T!m.w4t.
street. Big stock and low prices.
When you need money or have
money to spend go to Uncle Dun"
You will savo 20 to 25 per ct. by
buyJmr.froin the wholesale aud retail
jewelers Levlnskl & Lewlne. f
For fine watch. Clock and Jowelrv
pairing go to the old reliable Le-
nskl & Li
Persons desiring plain or fanoy
numbers for tholr houses should call
oil L. Sterukorb. Plalu numbers 23
MoAllster coal is the best hardest
and cleanest of all the seml-anthra-
one varieties in tins market.
Embroidered Robes '
tliu Latent Styles Prices 1.1 cents
KvorytliiiiR Now mid Btyllsh
PIubIi nntl Cnshnieru
at Very Low Prlcon.
and Wool at 10 ots. a Pair.
worth 50 to 75 cts. a Pair
W. O. MAYFIELD.
it. J. WIEdEL.
The Southwestern Sohool of
PHONOGRAPHY AND TYPE-WRITING.
Will onon their winter term on OenWr mi.
Wo announce with Increased facilities fa. toarh!
liiK thofo arts In which we cmbraco the follow-
imrsystems: Ben Pitman Qrauam's.Munacn'i
Llndsoy's and the Stenograph. Ourtyiio-writ.
Imc department 1b unexcelled. Wn im htt
tho Callfrraph nnd Bcmlngton machines and
both aru taught uy experts. Wo are also pre-
pared to do an unlimited amount of short-hand
work and type-writing. All work promptly
and neatly oxecnted. Terms reasonable. Call
nt wiu liuauTii union -j.uiegrapn oinco or ad-
dress P. O. Box '.'3U.
Stolte - Brothers
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
Delivered In any part of tho city increased
trade assures all of our groceries to bo freah.
Corner Fifth and Austin Sts.
CHEAP CASH MARKET
J. J KIDDLE.
Keeps the Choicest mid Fattest Meats
In tho City. South Side Public Sqr.
Cholco Porterhouse 10c
Choice loin 10c
Choice Tound T8c
Choice rib 7K c
Chuck steak Or
Choice roast 8c
Second cut roast Cc
Chuck roast 5c
IlrlBkot roast Sc
Spare ribs 12ic
A NEW DEPARTURE.
FRESH BARBECUED MEATS
Eory day direct from the kiln and
delivered at your residence.
J". J. KIDDLE.
Chas. D'AnSrea & Son
Guaranteed flood Work at the
413)' Anatln Ave
Opposite Tom Padgltt's.
R. H. Gray
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay Corn Oats Bran Etc.
Conutry Produce Bonalit and Sold:
II. A. QOEI1EL.
BANK. STORE 1 SALOON
90 93 Fnaaln St.. IIOUHTO N.TEXAS.
CHAS. BAKER Prop.
Franklin Street Botwecn Fourth and Fifth.
Tills house has been overhauled and fitted op
by Mr. llaker and he Intends to make It sec-
ond to none In tho city.
FnLcdDwiealhrA.bn.t order ynr winter coal
AnThtaclu y fcri3r ol nU f"1-
.gu MstSitit 'fflUsytejsfs
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