Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 159, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 12, 1889 Page: 3 of 4
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Local Time Card.
North Lonnil.!. Leaves. 2:40a. m.
" I " s.op. m
1 j " l:lfta.m
South bound " l:2p.m.
Ticket Agent PacMe Hotel Block.
Cation Belt Monte.
Train No. 1 arrives lo.IMa. ra.
.lli-aves 8:Wipm. Uatesvllle.
I H : Mixed leaves . a:40.m.
lrsln o. 2 leave iiiJSP'I?'
Heaves i .u!Ma. m.
Between Waco and St. Ixrals solid train via
rnraKould to Bt. Louis on Iron Mountain track
Into union Depot. .
Train 3 and 4 rnnbotween lexarkana and
Gatesslile connocUnir with fast train pa Inm
Mountain arriving atSt. Louis following day
1 ' D. E. IttMltriKLD
Ticket Agent Faclflo Hotel Block.
jj'v." 0:40 a.m.
K..t bound.... I ;;::::::;::-::::::B;SS ?: 2:
L'v 9:D0 a.m.
II. II. HILL Ticket Asent.
Under Pacific Hotol Block Cor. 4th Franklin
WACO. TEXAS. JAN. 12. 1880.
Vnr Rale or Rent a residence on the
corner of 5th and Jefferson streets.
Good cistern hydrants two-story
barn and Rood cellar conneoted with
house. Apply to Van Hall.
EVENING NEWS offlce Franklin
streot between 4th and 5th streets
in now Jones' building.
DR. R. L. MUNROB
No. 611 Austin Ave. :
DR. J. H. CALDWELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OniccnlthDr. J. C. J. King In Clialmors'
building up-stalrs opposite McClelland hotel
ulnto at Castles Morrison A Co.'s drug store
ltt'tlclciice No. 3000 Austin avenue. Telephone
at residence. 1-ltf
Tho marriage of Miss Lizzie Chan
dler and Mr. John G. Lee will take
place on Wednesday night in this
YMith Blissoin. of DuranL'O. was ar-
'rcstcd by Officer Sain Whaley on charge
oi theft of SOU trom ueo. xueiton lu-
Proof J. Mook will shortly open a
dancing school in Waco. Tho Prof
comes well recommended and guaran-
tees to give general satisfaction to his
S. Keishsucr vs. II. G. Kcishauer
if the title of a divorce case filed in tho
district court. The suit is brought by
tho wife and the causes assigned on
ill-treatment and desertion.
At the meeting of Camp Pat Cle-
burne on Thursday night a committee
of six was appointed to ascertain if
possible tho burial place of the dead
Confederates associated with them in
Mr. Jas. Dugelly has just returned
from Georgetown where he was called
as an expert. Williamson county has
juit completed a new jail tho iron
work of whioh was put rip by tho
Diebold Safe company. The commis-
sioners would not roceivo tho work un-
til tested and Mr. Dugelly who is one
of the finest machincsts in the South
was sont for to pass on tho "iron work.
He found tho work first class. The
building was eroctcd by Architect
Dodion of tins city.
Mr. Geo. W. Bnggs has turned over
tho Central City Iron works to Prof.
H. II. Hill who has leased it to Mr. J.
Wester late of Dallas.
Tho ubovo notice which appeared in
tho Day this rooming is incorrect. I
liavoj)urctZ (not leased) the entrue
interest of Prof. Hill in the Central
City Iron works and am now solo pro-
prietor. J. Wester.
By Speoial Request Prof. Windsor
Repeats His Celebrated Lec-
ture Sunday Night.
Prof and Mme. Windsor will remain
at tho New McClelland hotel until
Wednesday night January lGth at
winch timo they will positively leave
for Austin. By special request to-
morrow night Prof. Windsor will re
peat his eclobrated lecture on matri
mony to ladies and gentlemen. Ad-
mission free. Several ladies will be ex-
amined and husbands selected from
tho audience There will bo no lee-
turo to-night. l
Louisiana State Lottery company
of New Orleans La. and ' Original
Little Louisiana" of San Francisco
California. Order your tickets from
D. Domnau & Bro. Austin avenue
opposite McClelland hotel or at Dallas
or Temple. Special rates to clubs. All
winning tickets cashed without dis-
Al) prescriptions carefully compoun-
ded at J. B. Sears. 425 Austin street
Coal and wood Geo. W. McLaugh-
lin's prompt delivery
General Local Market.
Short clear smoked... w lb IU
Short clear dry salted. r
Halted bellies. .. 10
Breakfast bacon is
Choice sugar cured bams 13f
Standard goodsln lb cans per doz 2tt)
Knatern hand picked
California In bags
IJma In sacks.
V. '' 8'J
Solid In 30-lb tubs wlb 18
Itolls and prints 10
Car Uad lots wheat bran ton 1.1 00
Coopered lime. In bulk bbl 1 75
Plastering latbs H lfiu
Coat hair bu 7S
Cement i.'osedalo bbl 275
Mngllsh Portland 4 75
Michigan Plaster 425
Window glass 4j per cent off price list
No 1 fancy broom IKS
D do do .145
ancy Handle four string 275
Fourstrinir. nlaln handle 2AI
Threo string heavy green straw 2 00
Three string yellow 175
Two string green lu.1
Two string ellow 100
Full wclKht star ca and 8s HIbll
ParaOno Oa. 15
Choice cream 'a lb 13);
New York cream 12)'
. CAXNT.D OO0D9.
es 2-lb cans ftdozl 15
Prldeof the West
2-Iu 1 75
1:1b light wcliilits 70
2-lb do do 121
Prnchcs. 3-lb 223
2-lb . lfiO
PlncnpDlcs 2-lb 175
Pens small May 185
lino family 175
early June loo
soaks .. 80
French each 20&25
Salmon Columbia river doz2 00
Tomatoes :i-Ib 1:11
California fruit cuttings
Apricots 2-lb 235
Strawberries 3 10
Cherries white 109
do black 2 75
Peaches yellow free Btono.
do while cllnir
uplonlnbbls gal 28
2-5 cans 320
Brllllnat In bbls ? gal 18
z-o cans 3 w
Gasoline '.' 50
Corn chop In sackB of 100 lbs 141
C'DEU AND VINEOAll.
Dupree's pure peach clder50 gal bis (12 50
'15 . ii .... 500
10 ..kegs... 3 25
Dupree's pure applovlnegar bbls W grain
strength per gal 10
Dnprec'B pure white wine vinegar bbls 50
xrolns strength per gal 10
No. IX "tUb 0
So. AX 7
Cream Soda OSOU
Ginger Snaps No. 3 X .. on
J.emon Cream (;
Cakes and Jumbles 12
Cartoons -. 12
Kntck-Knacks ...... 12
Alphabets .'. 12
Low Middling Vlb 8
Good Mfddllng t 0
In tho ear from the wagon fUmshcl 24
Sacked by car lots mlxad . .. 3.1
Whlto . .. 37
DRIED FRUITS .
Good Evaporated 7ii
Choice .... 8i
FanoV i... u
i barrels i 0
Raisins. Imported London layer y box.... 3 05
California new 2 5082 75
Carrots 03 7s beets 3 70 j rutabagas 3 75;
horse radish 8 50 per barrel.
15I0 cents per dozen.
Coal Indian Territory delivered at yards
(8 per ton) hardwood $1 per cord.
Local mills quoto car load lots; First patent
(3 31i second patent S3) fancy family 41 85)
famlly(225t low grades (1 7.1.
Agents for northern mills quoto carload lots
as follows: First patent (3 40; second patent
325 extra fancy (J fancy 2 30; choice 2 40
common 2 05. Less than carload lOcpercvit.
advance. Graham flour 2 80 per 100 cwt.
Mason's i gal. $10 per gross j '' (12 per gross
Kim. 8oz. oat sacks Ol'.taiO. new2bu. 10 oz.
wheat sucks SftSJio No. 1 central 2 bu. wheat
sacks second hand 75c sack twine bale
lots 121b 22.
No. 1 dry flint Do No. 2 dry flint Cc dry flint
fallen 5c. No. 1 dry salted 7c No. 2 dry salted
5o No. Green butcher Silc No. 2 green butch-
er Sc bulls and badly damaged ;' price. Sheep
1 kins .'4(3000 shearings 10&25o.
Selling at (4 per barrel.
No. 1 oak harness Louisville 31c No. 2 do
32c No. 1 do Ohio S4o No 2 do 32c No. 1 hem-
lock :3c No. 9 do 81. No. 2 heavy oak trace
No. 1 russet skirtings itOc No 3 do 31c No 1
city skirting 30c No. 2 do sic No. 1 California
40c Not 2 do 8Sc bridle ft foot 2Cc. sole leather
X heavy Louisville oak sue X medium dosle
A heavy do 34c Philadelphia X heavy oak Sin
Philadelphia X medium oak S.'c Philadelphia
A heavy oak S.'c Philadelphia medium oak 30o.
Buffalo slaughter. 2o buffalo slaughter good
48c 3Iatamorao 25o N. Y. Texas 26o No 1
heavy oak soles (3.50? dozen No 1 medium
Reflned In tierces 8?i lb. 601b palls 8X 201b
palls 9c lolb 9'4'c 61b 9c leaf tierces UU
pure bog fat IOJc.
Meslna (3.S033.73 a box.
Babbitt's (-1.73 American cases 4 dozen each
dozen (J.73 Eagle (3.25.
nnnirh 17 wva) M i clean dressed on one
side (J3 common do (20 P. and M. flooring
$-MaJk&uKAL. f-fcVg' Tn?w. ' '..- thiv
(2.1.1). and M. celling Inch (20 do H Indh
Jri'.t ? aB0' r0"?" celling (U MdlngN.P.
(17 50 H (20 do IV P. (2.1 poplar boards.
(.1 1. shingles sap pine. (J do heart pine (( do
O.K. (I so do boss (1780.1) palllnrs heart
pine flat (22.50 V M. whlto pine flat (1 square
whlto pine 33. ' '
IVhlte bolted in sacks of Iblb 05c
Fancy fi055e choice new crop Louisiana 45
30e( prime :i(k40n good centrirnfsl 2830c
common 2428e. corn syrup 40(g42e Coney Isl-
and 45c white clover 5uc standard A drips 63.
MEAT ANIMALS. '
ttntlinva iiav A4 U)4 1W fnw H...IIHM ......
2 votfti 50 for oow :i 8j4 26 for rat hogs 4 (o$
4 60 sor suckling colves under 150 gross weight
3 50 for heavier weights quoted wewt. Mat-
tnna lirlhcr 4tlffl!n u II.
Iron rate (3 00 atccl (3 25.
Pecans 4t7c. nlmnniU "f fllhnrta TJl'n
Lngllsh walnuts 14c Brazil nuts 12 Ho V lb.
cocoanuts (J 00 per 100 peanuts s'47;fc
New 8000c Now Early Red Rose. a.OO.
Chickens (1 5"2 25 V dozen.
mi-mm snuigun vauufi aeg z in t Si ck.
(1 50 H i keir. hlutlnir 1 lit kir. Kairln
ducking (3 03 V )i keg
Fair s?40c ? lb prime g'c chotco 7c.
Sisal '.'-inch basis 13'' $ lb cotton rope 15)'.
Bbls. 82 15 dairy 3 25 Back
Black peimco 20S22c Ibtalisnlco 10c. sin
ger lliic nutmeg 7685o.
Bicarb In kegs 4'ic V lb. 1-lb naskages Hi
sal soda 2(s3c
French (13. American 000. half mustard 5 50.
quarter mustard 7 50.
Drop (1 60 ft bag buck 1 03.
Standard granulated 8!iQ0::c cut loaf 9)ic
powdered S'tc yellow clarillcd OX&.Uc cholc
seconds 0'ic prime 0'aC
Itoval irlos's o-lb boxes !'c. 1-lb boxes 0c.
3-lb hc bulk 4c pearl ;i4c.
Gunrodcr7.re8:c. V lb. Imperial 40i.sic.
Oolong 33(i 5(c
I01IACCO AND SSUt.
.Standard nluir navies 43ffl45o?Ub. brleht7
ol. twist AKs4uc U-lnchplug 27&30e smoking
assorted standard goods 3u5C snuff 0 oz.
bottles 80 711123' do2-oz bottles 6 71 2oz.
tins 84 73Q.0 73 1-oz 2 404 00
Old 83c ? bUBhel now 75c.
High wines 1 14.
Tirln-lit medlnm 12 months' crowth l.'ffil7c.
bright medium 0 to 8 months' growth 14$10c
light flue 12lbc light llde 12ii.1c heavy flno
8(uI3 burry or rotted 68c less.
uiiuas AM) OILS.
Acids Benzole ...: toz 25
carnoiic id no
Gallic Voi 20
Salicylic lb 2 00
Tartaric powdered 6
sulphuric 00 per cent 3);
Ammonia carbonate 15
Muriate cryst 15
Balsam Copaiba 00
Bay Rum tgal (22 50
Jtismniii suuuiiraie iu s ou
Blue Vitriol 10
Cassia Bark 12
Cubeb Berries 2 00
Calomel American 80
English Vlbl 201 (to
Camphor tU 31
CanthaTideB Russian Poland 2 10
Chloral hydrate fused 155
Cldchonldia 1 oz vials 20
' Sozcans V oz 1.1
Cocotne murlato cryst Vgr 3
-4 per cent solutloa )i V oz 100
Corrosive sublimate Vlb 75
Cream Tartar C. P 40
Extract Logwood 1018
Glycerine bO per cent 30
Gumarablc 1 oo
Opium " 3 00
IIopi pressed 's 25
Buchu leaves '$ lb 60
Sago pressed i'a 13
Morphine P.W.J."s 'ioz 2 80
" ounces i.. 2 jw
OllBergamol H 3.5
castor gal 125
Norwegian cod llvex .. .. 1 WJ
Potassium bromide 40
Chlorate cryst ;;
Cyanide fuicd 63
Dover's Powders 1 3
Quinine P. AW floz 65
" Oozcascs .. 6T
B. AS J
" Sozcans !
Sulphur.. . 35
Silver Nitrate ...Vo 15
Castile Soap mottled 810
Bromide Boda Vtt 68
Spirits Niter 10
Strychnine Tfloz 125
At tho Car Window.
It has been observed before but it U
always interesting to recall that this is
tho way of women at the car window
when they go to 600.ono of their sex set
forth on a railway journey:
"Vou'ro suro you've got everythlngT
"Yes I guess so."
"Yu'll write to me as soon an you get
And to me?"
'Mind that you dor
"Oh I wilir
"Got your gossamer?'
"Anu tno luncn Doxrr
"Oh your bag of fruit: didn't you
lcavo it in tho station?"
"I do bellovo I did."
"Got your ticket all right?"
"Mind now that you write at oncci
wo'H want to hear"
"Wish I was going."
"I wish so too."
"All I wish you were."
Give Mabel mv love."
"Tell Ncal ho owes me a letter."
"Kiss tho baby for me."
"You're suro you've got everything."
"You're going to havo a lovely day for
"Oh tho train's going to start the
bell's rlnKlngl Good-byl
"Bo Buro and good by."
"Tell Mabel tc good by!"
"Yea I good-byl"
Grand fluttering of handkerchiefs and
frantio waving of hands as long as the
train Is in sight. Time
Parties desiring board will consult
their interest by calling at the Silver
Just Received a Full Line oftou
BEST' KIP -BOOTS
M NOW It Yon Hat to Bq.
SLEEPER GLIFTON SCO.
Have also a Full Lino of Misses'
And are selling them at
remarkably low figures.
and Friends avail your-
selves of the best oppor-
tunity ever offered you
and go to S. C. & GO.'S
fwr Boots and Shoes.
THE Best Fitting
and Neat-looking La-
dies' Kid ButtonShoes
WHAT has been
said about our
Stock of Boots and
Shoes is the unvar-
nished truth and we
a$k you to come to
corner of Fourth and
Austin Streets and we
will prove it to you
Sleeper Clita ik
Sale of Underwear.
REASONS WHY YOU
MO. KANSAS AND TEXAS Ry.
Becnnsn It is thoRTcat thoroughfare boxween Central Texas and all points North
East and West. .It . !; thaonly UnrtiassInK thronihtho bcaotimi Indian lcrritory. It turn
a lino of SUPKKB rilLUIAM. IUfFt'KT and BlIkPINU CAK8 botween 8T. tOUIS (via
Ocnlson and Fort Worth) and SAN ANTONIO. It nins nonit K kailt Tiiiivg inaVlnR
closo sBdanre connections In union depots at Kansas City 8t. Louis and Hannibal Ibr all
points . Solid trains from San Antonio to St . Lonls .
But one Change of Oars to Obioaso New York Boston Louisville
Washington Philadelphia Baltttnore and other Principal OIMob.
1RAVIS JONES Ticket Agent Waco Toxas.
QASTQN MK3L1KK General I'assangor and Ticket Agent. Scdalla Mo.
rtlTANTKD To trado a good lh o room house
TV. Mith lino orchard good well of Mater
and U1 acres of laud on 14th street for land or
live-stock. Address T N. McMullev Jr.
uu .in unci icxas.
FOR SAI.K Chambers' Kncvclopcdla latest
edition new at half Its alue. For par
ticulars can ai orauurcss tins omce.
FOItllKKT Two nicely furnished rooms
between Clay and Cleveland streets on
. uv tno vuiiiDi ui Liutuinnu iw
T A TTTQl WohaTeoldpaporacon.
JTJXJL JllXVO stantly on hand and
Eartlcs wanting them can got them at a bargain
y applying at the Evening News offlce Jo.
512 Austin Avenue.
FOIl SAI.K At a bargain 13 feet or Khohlng
12 feet nUTlsht Wall showman nnn flna
drug showcase 15 feet counter. Call and cx-
amlno at I). II. Spencer's Music store No. 701
rTAUI.ING KxproBS and I'ackago llulhcr.
1 1 li. S. Jimulliim. Nlntn at thn Kiv.ivn
LOST A button shoe ono or a pair. I
ioundptcaso leao at Evening News omen
Stolte - Brothers
GROOBRIES AND PRODUCE.
Dollvered In any part of the city. Increased
trade assures all of our groceries to bu fresh.
Corner Fifth and l'ranklln Sts.
Who are weak nkuvols ami
DaniuTATKD and suffering from
NX11VOU9 OIUIMTY flKHINAL
WXAkMESS KKlIITtT KKlSflOKS
and all the effects of early Jcvn.
hauith which lead to rnxuA-
TUHEDKCAY CONBUUI'TIOV Or
1NS1N1TT. send for l'eur' 'Iron.
ties onmsKAaKn of man with particulars for
CuTes guaranteed. No carononay J. S Pbaus
CI J and UU Church St. Nashville. Trnn..
THE STATE OF TEXAS I
In tho District l.ourt March Term A . U. 18S1).
To the Sheriff or anv Conitahln nf MrT.oiimui
County G reotlng :
You are hereby commanded that by maklifg
publication of this Citation In some nnwspaper
publlshod in tho County or McLennan for four
weeks previous to tho return day Ifrcof you
summon II. G. Klesshauer whose residence. Is
unknown toboand appear beforo tho District
win u nu nqiaeu in ana ior ino 1ouniy oi
McLennan at the Court homn thercnrln Wnrn.
on tho llrst Monday In March 188V Fllo num-
ber being 401(1 then and thero to answer tho
petition of Mrs. S. Klesshauer tiled In Bald
Court on tho nth day of January A. D. 1881)
against tho said II. O. Klesshauer and alleg-
ing in substance as follows to wit: 'lhslrmar-
rlagoln 18C1) in Tennessee) his cruol treatment)
uib luruntB vu aueiuui 10 ikko nor me) ins as-
sault and battery upon her) his failure to sup-
port her anl their children and his cruel and
unprovoked abandonment of her nnd praying
for divorce etc
Heieln fall not bnt havo you then and there
beroro said Court this writ with your roturn
thereof showing how you havo executed tho
same. Witnoss Z. F. llEAZLKV
Clerk of tho District Court ofMcLcnnan County
Given under my hand and seal of said Court
in Waco thla tho 11th day of January 188ii.
Z F. UKA8LEY.
Clerk District Court of McLennan County Tex.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay Corn Oats Bran Etc.
' Country Proince'Boncht and Solfl:
LOUISIANA STATE IiOTTEItiT
Order your tlokols from D Doinnan
Jb Bro. opposite McLtllunu Hotl.
Tho now meat market of Haun &
Dollins 721 Austin street is under
full headway and doing a firat-rato
business. Tho proprietors aro well
skilled in the business and aro nervine;
thoir customers with iho very choicest
meats to bo procured. They tafco a
ftrido in soiling tno vcrv unest porter
iouso and sirloin steaks fat and ton-
dor roasts from corn-fed beef with tho
choicest pork roasts. Customers who
aro fastidious about their meats should
givo them a call as they sell the best
and at reasonable pneos.
I have purchased tho entire bust
ness known as tho Central City Iron
Works corner Seventh and Franklin
streoto and tho firm heretofore exist-
ing between Brigga & Wester has beos
dissolved. I will continue tho busi
neind do all kinds of casting in
iron and brass and do a general re
pairing business such as engines boil-
ers etc. Thanking patrons for past
favors and by strict attention to bust'
ness hope to share the same in tho fu-
ture. Ji Wstkr.
& corey t
1010 2SP $3393.50
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ADDRES8: MEMPHIS APPEAL CO.
B. and S. at Cotton Exoliaiifo.
Tho llnost ol fat mutton at Crlppon'n
1 Paso irranos oxtra oliolco at Joe
Dr. .7. If. llnvntt. flnntUt. rnmnr Anbtln mill
Robs' Imported Boda at tho Cotton
Tho llnest Mineo Hicot in tho Innd at
No yearlings but suro enough veal
Get your oystors at Joo Lohnmn'H
Houuessy's Imported Frenoh bran-
dy Just received from Bordeaux at
Cotton Exohanffo. t
Best moalssorved to order at Mrs
Ed White's restaurant on 5th street.
A nice Hue of Jewelry and tine
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
Best turn-puts in town at Moldor &
Buy your candies at Joe Lohmim's
south 4th stroet
First-class carriages (or calls vis-
its etc.. at Molder & Hearnc's:
For fruit or ornamental trocs rail on
J. II. Hurwood at KvKNiwi Nkwh of-
floe Franklin betweon Fourth and
Fifth stioots. Asi'AiiAOUB roots by the
hundred or thousands.
Fresh crop cranberries at Joo
Thompsons 4th and Kranklln stroet.
For fresh mado candles go to Joo
Lehman's south Fourth streot.
Mr. Baruey Feldhake has ronioved
his shop to No. 118 Bouth Fifth stroet
whore ho will ply his trade in tin
work of all kinds. Mr. Foldhako Is
an export workman with plenty nf
force and will bo glad to rooolvo
ordors from old friends and cus-
tomers. Tho Uiilvorsity job printing oflloo.
In the new Jones building on Frank-
lin street botwoon 4th and Cth Is
prepared todoall klndiiofjob printing
at the lowest Ilviug prices. An in-
spootlon of their work and prices is
Dr. P. It. llongst physician and
surgeon. He'idquartors at William-
sou's drug storo. t
The House of Lords under Us now
proprietor Wes. Damron Is dispens-
ing to its patrons the fluent Imported
and domestic liquors wlnos and el-
fars. The best brands of old Ken-
uoky whiskies passed over tho bar.
Fresh cool boor always on tap
Polite atteutlon and satisfaction guar-
anteed. This house is open day and
night and jour patronage Is respeot-
ruUy solicited. .
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