Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 79, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 11, 1888 Page: 4 of 4
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From Over the Soa.
Justlco F. M. Mnkolg yesterday re-
ceived from England n lotter from
Harry Abraham brother of tho 111-
fatod Arthur Abrahnm who was
killed by being rmf over by tho
cars at Ross station hi August
InBt. Tho lottor contained expres-
sions of grntitudo to the justlco
for Lis kindness and requested that
tho trinkets photos and iuemontocs
of tho docoased except tho photo of
his slrtor bo sent to England; the
photo of his sister Is to bo given to
Mr. Mullins Accompanying tho lot
ter was an in memoriam photo of
deceasod as ho appeared In Novem-
ber 18SG just before ho sailed for
America. Opposite tho plcturo are
tho words: "In loving memory of
Arthur Abraham agod 21 years acci-
dentia killed by f train. 24th August
18SS. Hurled at Waco McLonnan
county Texas U. S. A." and on tho
reverse "To Justlco V. M. Makelg
with tho heartfelt gratitudo of Mrs.
Abraham and family."
Whether the chords sho touches
with magic Angers aro sweet or sad
or joyful they vibrato in tho listener's
heart. Tho play of "Caprice" through
her impersonation of tho leading char
acterthe simplo country lass Mercy
Bastor is lifted to a highor plane
than it could othorwlso occupy. The
Tho pretty story of Moray's girlish
love her painful realization of the
disparity between her educated hus-
band and her uneducated self hor
courageous determination to cultivate
her untutored mind and win the ad
miration as well as tho affection of
tho mau who has taken her for better
or worse is oxulted to an Idyl by Miss
Maddem's treatment. Tho natural-
ness of tho characterization is charm-
ing It is stamped with sincerity and
truth and tho rare personality of tho
actress makes it irresistibly winsome.
She has acted Mercy hundreds of
times and yot on Tuesday night at
tho UIjuu orpcra house the audience
wvro enchanted with tho spontaneity
unconscious grace and admirable un-
conventionalism of the creation. They
carried away several pioturos that
had been indelibly Impressed on their
memory by the artiste tho unsophis-
ticated country girl suffused with
happiness purring In tho arms of hor
lovor all unconscious in her new-
found joy of tho derisive laughter of
his city friouds slender figure of the
misunderstood wife with loarful eyes
sitting In tho crimson glow of tho fire-
light (like poor Dora tho child-wife
in "David Copperflold") the moan of
a wounded heart sobbing through
her unspeakably pathetic rendering
Insure an) thins you hat o against lire ultli T.
I). Ha at office or Waco Building Association j
his companies are the best and some one Is al-
ways In tlieolllco.
Dr. Saunders Dentist OKii Austin Ave.
Dr. Saunders Dmtlst 5C'J'f Austin Ae.
Take l'eclers Chill SyrupNo CtniE No Pa
Satisfaction guaranteed on even thing you
buy at Peeler's Drug Store.
Dr. Saunders Dentist 592'' Austin Ae.
Peeler's Cough Syrnii eures coughs and
colds when all others fall.
Peeler's Drug Store for Dressing Coses Sha-
ving bets Work lloies Manicure Sets and
Peeler's Blood Alteiatho will purify the
blood when nothing eUe will. It Is warrnn-
tea. Peeler's Drug Store Is tho cheapest place in
Waco to get your prescriptions tilled. Only
Peeler's IJvcr Pills aro the best In the world
small and easy to take. Every box warranted'
Dr. J. II Boyett dentist corner'Austln and
You will oe money by buying what you
want In the Drug line at Peeler's Drug Mere
Corner 5th and Austin street
Peeler's Drug Store for Violin and Guitar
Strings Paper Pins Ink and Pencils all at
Darrow and A Gocbel roceh o dally are tho
only dealers handling the celebrated Berwick
Peeler's Cholera Mixture will cure cramp
colic cholera morbus diarrhoea and flux. ar-
rauted. Peeler's Drug Store for Perfumery Face
Powders Toilet So.ip Combs ami Brushes.
Cheapest In town.
Pooler's Corn Ilcmovcr takes off corns with-
out pain or scar. o Cum. o Pay I
Darrow & Gocbel meet market Austin
Avvnue between 7th and 8th Finest meats
ojatcrs lloh etc to be had in this market
delivered to an nart ofthecltv.
Go to Mrs. 1$. J. Doss' millinery
stoie Fourth streot for best and
ehouriost lints bonnotH mid other
llennessy's Imported Froueh bran-
dy itiHt received Horn Bordeaux at
Cotton Exchange t
Xitioy keeps tho best red ash anthra-
A nlco lino of jtA'elry and lino
watch joimlring specialty at A. J.
DoWlol'a Boston Chips are tho talk
of the whole country.
Buy meat from KIrt Riddle. When
you pay cash you don't pay for what
homebody elao didn't pay for.
Go to W. I). Jackson and got u pho-
tograph of yourself and children.
Children's School shoos noat and
durable at Sleopor Clifton & Co.
Go to your Undo Dull" tho pawn-
broker opposite tho MeLellnud. hotel
if you need any money or want to
Ico cold drinks of finest llavor at
Kopiial's grout fruit aim confootlon
Slooper Clifton & Co. 4th & Austin
The Direct Route
To All Points.
And the Northwest.
2 Daily Trains 2
The Direct Route to All
Points in the North
KVia' St. Louis
Pullman Palace Hotel Can are run
between St. Lonls and Sen Antonio
Tla Sedall dally. All trains arrivs
and depart from the Grand Union
Depot at St. Louis thereby assuring
passengers speedy connections.
Fast Tine! Superior Accommo-
II. 1. HUGHES.
11. W. McCUU.OUGH
Ucvornl I'asaengor and Frelgbt"Agrnt
Si. Louis Arkansas &
"Cotton Belt Route."
The New Standard Gauge
Arkansas and Texas
Via CAIRO to
8T. LOUIS AND GHIGA GO
Connecting in Union Depots with
through trains for all points in
Illinois Iowa Wisconsin
Pennsylvania New York
Ohio and all Points
North and Bast.
Don't buy a ticket for any
point until you have consult-
ed tho Agent of tho 8t. Louis
Arkansas and Texas Railway.
Gouornl PasBowjor Agent St. Louis
E. W. LeBAUME
Asa't Gon'l Puss. Agent St. Louis
D. E. HIRSHFIELD
Loeul Ticket Asreut. Waco. Tezax.
IS MEWJINITED SHOWS 15
THURSDAY OCT. 11.
Biraium It London Haw United Expositions.
5 New Shows AIM this Year! 15 Complete and Wonder!
A Monster Traveling Universal Fair with a World of Astounding Attractions
Itanium & Bailey's Greatest show on Karth tho Great London Circus.
Paris-Olympla llypodromo. Grand llorso Fair. Moorish
Caravan and Monster World's Fair.
CAPITAL $3000000; DAILY EXPENSES $6800
ELEVATED STAGE PERFORMANCES
Two immense Menageries of wild beasts.
Rare horses. Wild Moorish Caravan with high priests ilaves Arab
horses war weapons religious articles and tents of animal
skins lieal wandering tribe of Bedouins. Charming
Algerian dancing girls. Herds of elephants
droves of camels trained zobrus gi-
raffes ostriches donkeys
SKELETON AS NATURAL AND BIG AS"LIPE.
EaBHaK9EBSSSSSSBBBSSlBSSBSSSlHBsnHBVK-1 ! 'fl
Troupo of Pl.eiiomeiinl Japanese c.pert Museum of living human wonders giants
dwarfs midgets lat people armless and icglebs wonders etc. etc. P-'S s-tartllng
and original aUs lore igu and Amerltim artUtsj talking and acting Arctic seals
trick ponies stallions elephants dogs bears etc j soon ouen dens oi wild animals
with trainers! the greatest united elloitsoi the gn att-st comblntd showmen pre-
senting tho 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
Gr:R:EA.I isrE-w STREET pabade.
With everything notl.riu!ima.!idnceiit and containing 1 1 0000 worth
or raro rentures at I) o clock a. m As an acLommodutlun roBerfd seat
tickets will lm sold at.tho regular prlie and admission tUkotsat the usual
aduuco In Morrison lllailier A fo's ih-iig store fill Austin avenuo.
Lhoap excurslou rates on all railroads. llliixhlblt nt
I FORT WORTH OCT. 10
Lin 3 Rings. k-
AQUATIC FEATS IN REAL LAKE.
Big borso fair with 3S0 head of
UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK P. M.
AND AUSTIN OCT. 12
all Colors Nicely
$1.10. Very Fine
Caps Hoods ntul TurbniiH in all tlie Lntost Styles Prices 15 oem.
to $3.00. Wo arc Sliowlnir Everything New and Stylish
in Children's Velvet Plush and Cashmoro
Caps and Bonnets at Very Low Prices.
Children's Seamless Hose Cotton and Wool at 10 ots. a Pair.
A Full Line of Regular 26 ot. Hose at 16 ots. a Pair.
Very Fine Derby Ribbed Hobg Child's Misses and Ladles only 26 o.
A Full Line of Children's and MIbsos Cashmere and Kid Cloves.
Wo have s Complete Line of Children's Underwear. Union SuUbmhi
Individual PIocob in Wool. Cashmoro. Cotton and Worsted
Our Prices are 26 per cent. Under Regular Prices.
300 Pairs Knee pants worth 50 to 75 cts. a Pair
at 25 cts. a Pair. 1000 Boys' Suits at almost '
Half Value from Low Grades to the Finest
GOLDSTEIN j MIGEL
Cash Crushers of Credit Competition.
SOMK SPLKXIHU INVtSTMKNTS.
100 Wall street Waco 'leas.
on THE i.kuini.atuui:.
Capt. A.J. Ish Is an Independent candidate
for the legislature from McLennan county at
the election in November and asls the otes of
all his friends without respect to party.
Mr. J. U. Clabaub.of Iloes is an Indepen
dent Candidate for Shoriffof Mclennan county
at the ensuing November election. He solicits
the votes of his friends and acquaintances.
"UtOK STATE Ni:XATOR-
We aro authorized to annouueo Mr Geo. W.
Stubblefleld as Independent candldato'ror State
Senator at the Stalo election In November.
For Male nt a Bargala
I offer for ealu at abargatntheboardlughouse
lrnnurn aotlio Tatln tlrtan n .... .
vh wb ..w .uji'ii ..umbo uu ii&urv oireet
between Seventh and Eighth lot SO x ISO feet
wuou vwiunui. .jiiitircii cuuiiiB mrife uanitweu
etc. anil will soon be lu one or the host busi-
ness locations In tho city. Also two nice build
ing jois on worm nmrtli street back of waro
house at a special low-price. Callonmelfjou
Jso. M Coonsii Waco IVxns
P. S. .Tlin linnrilliic tmnan .till 1. r.i- ....
on Oct. let lm.
Hour Itoney Charles ltast corner Austin
uiul sivtli ftrect tin i n Inr u lot oi Him Hour on
liaud bought b (oru thurisu ami he alm cus.
tomers tliu henvllt In prices Also a big lot of
cheaii Look out for specialties at
mi'ii h uiunu in ii.
Boston cnlps fiesh ovcryduv at
Parties should lmvo letter and mull
boxes put up til their hiy'iHo-t niid olll-
ces ut oni'u. Orders should be lift
for them at If. K. Amliold's gun
store and they will ho promptly ex-
ecuted. Tho culohrulcd MuA Ulster coal will
be sold only by V. 1). Laoy for tho
....a. ... a. iiuot UUUllier. JMHirtU
atreet. Ulstouk and low pricos.
XT..U r T T 111 -. .
Whou you need money or have
money to spend go to Undo Duff
You will save 20 to2.j per ct. bv
blLYinir from tho Wholesale and rotnTl
Jewelers LevlnskI & Lewlno.
For fine watch. Clock and Inwnln-
repairing go to the old rellablo Le-
vinsKi & iowmo.
PnrRnnn ilnalflnr. ..lulu r.. r....n..
numbers for their houses should call
on j. btornKorb. pialu numbers 25
MoAHstercoalls the best hardest
aud oloanest of all the seml-anthra-oito
varieties In this markot.
Embroidered Robes 4
W. a. MAYKIKLD. II. J. WIKdEL.
The Southwestern Sohool of
PHONOGRAPHY AND TYPE-WRITING.
Will open their winter term on October 15th
o annouuee wlthlncrcased facllltlesfortefi
lng those arts in which wo embrace the follow
ingsjstems: lien Pitman Graham's MunJlrt
Llndsej's and tho Stenograph. Ourtyiie-wrlt
iig department is unexcelled. We use both
the Callgraph and Kemlngton machine!
both are taught dv experts. Wo are also ".
pared to do an unlimited amount of short-hind
work and typewriting. All work promptly
nn.'.nt?i1r.0XccnJca- TeTm reasonable. Can
3reVsV!o. Jtox"ai.n Tel0Braph offlco or "'
Stolte - Brothers
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE
Dfllvi red In any part of the city. Increaseil
trade assures all of our groceries te be fresh.
Corner Fifth and Austin Sts.
CHEAP CASH MARKET
J. J KIDDLE.
Keeps the Choicest and Fattest Meats
In the City. South Side Public Sqr.
Choice Porterhouse. 10c
(linfri) rnnnt a.
Second cut roust 'sc
Uioice round "OSc
Choice rib 7'jc
chuck roast Sc
A NEW DEPARTURE.
PKESH BARBECUED MEATS
Eery day direct from the kiln and
delivered at your residence.
J. J. BIBDLE.
BOOT AND SHOE
(luarantrrd. Good Work at the
Opposite Tom Tadgltt's.
R. H. Gray
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay Corn Oats Bran Etc
Conntrr Prodnce Bomtbt and Sold:
II. A. GOKIIBr.. TIIANKLEKK.
BANK STORE . SALOON
no Oi Iiinulii Nt. IIOVNTOIT TEXAS.
CJIAS. BAKER Prop.
Franklin Street. Between Fourth and Fifth
This house has heon overhauled and ntted up
byJIr. llaker.and he Intends to make It sec
ond to nono In the city.
Snlr a i pril"u orler ynr winter coi
IV.- ..1 .. ...
Antliriell. ' "' ' ABeu l Pem1'
j4' . .&tJtet. u
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