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THE EVENING NEWS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1893.
DAINTY LITTLE DIIESS.
feat Enough and Protty Enough
for ft iJlfcUo vuuuu.
inc Color mill .Material Worth
tlio .UiiUluc Maujr Times
Simplicity is synonymous with beauty
- nhild'h wardrobe much trimming
n(i adorning being- altogctlier out of
ilace on tne ""' "ulra' uiun yua-
g sUUiCieni uuuuijf iu iiu.-iuiuivi-.i.
)crlMips of all tlie quaint, pretty littlo
,uincs tor uiu wcu utt wuinen uulu
c;m quite take the place of tho
lUlinpSt "" IW"'"1""' tuiniuoir
tU color anil lutiieriui. lis universal
ipularity and long- living: prove ita
pefils- , .
Theaccouipanying- illustrations snow
littlo costume uatniy- enoug-u anu
jetty enough for a small queen. Tho
uimpc IS iuuuu ui suit wuiw wuuiiin
ape, arranged in smaix punts in ironi
hd back, and the full hleeves nar-
tved into a cull' of littlo plaits about
e vnsts The guimpu in question
, t ' rutlU's of white China .silk at;
pe T r ai aim wrist.-, luru umsu. ic
Ibinipleand ehildis.li, and not at all
ml to '-do up, 1 be overdress is of
ate lcnit'ii-C'ihu'ed eashniere and
irmonies w under fully well with tho
-.tin-white -ipe and the bonnio littlo
aby fa e "ne can hardly imagine
m bunt, ful a combination it is till
pe sees a little lassie of four summers
L'ht in the middle of it.
I'l'hree jards of material cashmcrQ
lis cti-nigh, but a half yard more will
ptbe too much, as it is always well
have some left over for one of Mr.
lock' ii's "unforeseen contingencies."
no breadths and a half make the per
ffitiy plain, full skirt whose only
limming is a broad hem, with per
bps a feather-stitching of silk that
vctly matches the material. It is not
easy shade to match, and a pool
atch is far from an improvement.
he lining of the little waist is simply a
Ited, "round" waist, cut down square
rfrom the shoulders, leaving- just the
arrow shoulder straps, and making
he square opening for the guimpo.
Ehe cashmere is arranged over th
run;.' perfectly smooth under tha
Inns but w ith ample allowance in
ront and on both sides of the back foe
Ihc fu'lness that constitutes the chief
Icharm of the whole dress. Find tho
center of the piece of goods that is
ItomaUc the front of the waist, basta
lap a very broad plait, then cut
luie outside to tit the limner.
tat done, von have only to
tabaste the plait in the middle and
ether the fullness into a ruille at tho
op between the shoulder-straps, put
ting iu two or three shirrings, and ar-
-Dginjr the bottom of the waist after
he same fashion, but extending tho
hirrinps onlv about as far as the littlo
fill at the top extends. Under tho
as let it be perfectly plain. Tho
kirt may be gaged with three shir-
Qgs as well, and then the waist and
frt joined. ThnrA la T,r lif.11 nf. nil.
My as the shirring in waist and skirt
jy resemble a belt.
I ho shoulder-nuffs are strain-lit nieces
Cashmere hnllnwpd iiTi1r.r din nrm
I1 gathered at top and bottom. First,
"kl. muc coat-sleeve linings, cut off
-y short, indeed much shorter than
e outside bleeves of the 'cashmere,
i. wm add greatly to thepufllness
u men arrange the full puffs over
em with a littlo ruflle and three shir
ks at the bottom.
u illustrations really bpeak for
emselves, and the fit of a costume.
pen once under way, almost makes
-", uuu once accomplished is worth
. n n,lDff many times over. An-
"amnion uonneU, In Country Qon-
n if (II
WHERE FLUSH IS SEEPED
tk 17 UIul tlio vtm'
jm Jj'A "enkoiieil, you
Tl W should tiiko Dr.
w .U I'.'crco's Golden
lW l -ueiiienl Discov-
" J I ?Ty' ,.Aftor "tho
y I Grip," for In-
I I Malice, or In oon-
3 valcsicnco from
1 llimiiiimili. r
I l'".lilJlim. (J.
urine h.-ielr lipnlth nn,l i,.. i.-., i
icrotulous children, it does wonders. t
builds up both their fk,li n,l thoir . strength,
thoroughly purifies the blood, and makes
efloctivo overy nntural menus of clcansinc
repairing, and iioun-liitifc thu svetem.
It starts thn torpid hver into healthy no
tion and promotes nil tho bodily functions
i a ! 'K?',t MuulK"'m Scfofiilmw, Hkln,
and Scalp Dnea-as, Dyspepsia, Uilimisnoss
and kindred ailments, tho "Discovery" Is
the only remedy that's (luarantced. If It
doesn't bouoflt or cure, you have your money
The Retort Courlronp,
"Madam," said tho gypsy, "lot mo
toll your fortune?"
"No; go away," snapped tho elderly
female at tho door.
"Pardon," returned the gypsy; "I
had not noticed that madam's fortuno
had boen told years ago." Judgo.
Deceived bj Appearances.
Pcto Amsterdam Do you see that
man over there?
Hostettcr McOinnls Yes, I sco him.
"Well, ho was divorced last week."
"I don't bcliovo it. He looks as cross
as If ho wero still married." Texas
A Hail Season.
"ITavo you had a good icason?"
asked a tourist.
"Naw," replied the seaside landlord.
"Even the mosquitoes have nearly
starved to death." Washington Star.
A Bivluinilnt; Arndrmx.
Tho man who f.un would leiirn to swim
Cin studiously promole his wibbes
I guarantee the f.iel to him
It he but oiu a school of llshei.
A I.lfn i'liumo.
Mrs. Uridely Marriage is a grcated
ucator. Mr. Hriilel.v Yes; it often serves as
n cookin;.' school. I'uck.
Ballard's Snow Liniment,
Mrs. Hmnilton. Cambridge, Ills ,
says: I had tho rheumatism so bad 1
could not raino my hand to my hea 1
Ballard's Snow Linimont has entirely
ourcd mo. I take pleasure iu inform
uig my noighbors and friends wnat it
has doDe for inc. Ch.s. Haudley,
olerk for Ly & Lyman, Kewaneo. Ill ,
advises us Snow Liniment oulcd him
of rheumatism. Why not try it? It
will suroly do you good. It cures al
Inflammation, Wounds, Soros, Cuts,
Sprains, etc. Sold by II 0. Risiier
& Co , Waoo, J. 13. Cornish, Easi
Keys of all kinde, and locksmith
woik done on short notico at Am
An Organ For Bale.
An oxoollent new organ no seoond
hand affair. Call at Tub Nkvs oflioe.
The Chance of a Lifetime,
I will sell lots or blooks on five
years time with interest payable semi
annually. P. G. Kirkpatkick.
Cheap for cash. Forty head of
good mules Apply to T L. Baker,
315 Austin avenue, Waoo, Texas, or
liADbKY Robert, Albany, Texas.
Dissolution Notice. iB
The undersigned, hitherto doing
business under the .firm name of J
C. Foulks & Co., have this day dis
solved copartnership by mutual oon
sent. Mr. J. C. Foulks will con
tinue the business, collecting al)
bills and paying all aocounts against
the late firm. J. C. Foulks,
J. R Battb.
Waco, Texas, Oct, H. 1893.
The Big Muddy &S&
I havo a lot in tho Montgomery ad
dition cheap for cash or will trado for
stock or other property.
P. G. Kirktatrick.
I cr, iiiui otiier
1 equal it na nn nn-
J& Jk 1" t"iuR, restore-
k v i n n i n t
lV fej U I 1 Wm W
X Vy I
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
l'UIn flnlmm Tuddlnp;.
One egg, one-half cup of molasses or
brown sugar, one-half cup of sweet
milk, one-half tenspoonful of soda, a
little salt, one-half cup of raisins or
any kind of dried fruit, two cups of
graham Hour. Steam two hours and
do not lift tho cover the llr.st hour.
Serve with cream and sugar flavored to
suit the tastc
ltelurlnp; Color lu Linen.
Colors taken out of linens by care
less washing or otherwise may be re
stored by immersing the articles iu a
solution of one part of acetic acid to
twelve parts of water This, says the
New York-Times, is authoritative and
Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
Wo guarantco this to bo the bcBt
Cough Syrup maoufuctured in tho
whole wide world. TImb is saying a
great deal, but it is true. For Con
-umption, Coughs, Colds, Sore
Throat, Sore Chest, Pneumonia, Bron
chitis, Asthma, Croup, Whooping
Cough, and all diseases of tho Throat
and Lungs, we positively guarantee
Ballard's Horehound Suup to be
without an equal on tho whole faeo of
the ulobo. la support of this state
mont wo refer to overy individual who
has ever uaed it, and to overy drug
aist who h'n "vor sold it. Suoh ovi
di-nce is indisputable Sold bv II C
Hisiier & Co , Waco, J. B Cornish,
East Waoo, Texas.
Phone Lacy ii you want good Coal.
Tender stoak and ronsts at Crippen's,
corner Fifth ami Franklin.
Phono 22 will get Lacj's Coal office.
- i .
Auction ! Auction ! !
Suoh bargjius that aro ml I night
ly in watches, joA'tlry and silver
varo havo never been witnessed be
fore in tho city of Waco or any
other city than those sold at the
W.ico Jewdi y and Pawnbroker's
auction sales. Kach aud every
watch warranted as represented,
and no humbug, but a genuine
closing out bankrupt sale, ami noth
ing else. Attend one of the sale
ud be convinced. Nothing but
tirst-class goods pertaining to a first
class jowelry establishment in this
Waco .Tkwklry & Pawxukokbu
Co., 324 Austin Ave.
Sale this uvenin at 7:30.
Phono lacy for Mcllistcr Lump.
To our bald headed friends:
'4711" will miko your hair grow.
Dismuke will guarantee it; got a
bottle from bun.
Loaded shells or chells loaded to
order at Ambold's
AxTKi.r., Ttx , Ojt. 10,1893.
The partnerhhip hintofore ixisl
ing between us is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. W." T. Thomp
sou will continue the business and
assume the assets and liabilities of
the old fiim.
G. B. Bauron,
W. T. TlIOMl'SON.
Fire I Flro 1 1 Fire 1 1 1
Three grocery stores burned, but
don't be alarmed, Tom Moore has a
large and well assorted stock at 4' 9
Franklin street. The best groceries,
cheapest prices, best looking clerks,
fastest delivery horses. Every
thing good to eat you can think of.
A number of good mules and fine
Jacks. For particulars apply to
U. E. Baker, Crawford, Tex.
Extras for Buggies.
Carriago and buggy tops, carriage
and buggy whools, buggy bodies, cush
ions, lazy backs, springs, 6th whools,
shaft bhacklos, prop nuts, prop joints,
boots, storm aprons, shaft tips, single
trees, shafts in pairs or odd, polos,
breast yokes, polo oirclos, dashes, dash
rains, scat handles, oto., oart wheole
and springs, at
T. P. Sparks & Son.
Solid gold and tillud oaso watches
aro sold every nigi-t at auction as
ilioap as you can buy an ordinary
-diver watch. These aro all st3iid
ird makes and eauu and overy one
warranted accurate and cirrtct linu1
keepers, aud other j wulry, Bilvor.
ware, diamonds, chains, opora
glasses, clocks, etc., etc , aro sold
ho low that it will siirpiio yon.
Silo this evening a 7:30. Do
"nt miiH this opportunity.
Waco Jkwki.ky & Pawnhuokkk
Co., I121 Austin Ave.
A Sound Livor Makas a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Constipated or
troubled with Jaundtoo, Sick Mead
acho, Bad Tasto in Mouth, Foul
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in
Back and between the Shoulders,
Chills and Fe.ver, eto. If you havo
any of these symptoms, your Liver is
out of order, and your blood is edowly
bolog poisoned, becauso your Liver
does not aot properly Herhine will
oure any disorder ot tho Liver, Stom
aoh or HowoIh. It has no equal as a
Liver Medicine. Prico, 7f oents.
Free trial hnttln at H (1 ltiahnr'a
Drug Store, Waoo. and I H Cornish's
Drug Store. Etst Waco, Texas,
InaiKP'tlnii, nnd Stmnncli disordppi. tak
UKIIU'VK HlflK ItlTTKKS.
All oesicrs Keep It, sn per tmttie. ienmnoiii
Uailo-uiurlt ami crossed rod Hues on wrapper.
Is tho basis of all
Egan'a Big Mu.l.ly lum-t coal has
the confidence of the people.
Mrs. F. J. Sullivan
Has resumed dress-making
at her place of busi
ness, 509 Austin street
where she will be pleased
to receive her patrons and
Of saddlos and harness at T. P.
Sparks & Son's
My love a pretty as tlio roo,
A JiilkaouM "lioln.T'iph dtnrloae.
Help Egan Out S.";.
the Big Mud y mines.
To our lady friends: Is your
hair falling outr If it is, no to
Dismtiko and get a bottle of "4711."
lie will guarantee to stop it.
Tho handsomest variety of white
Ounvas, brown canvas, Russia calf and
dongoia ladles' low quarters aro shown
at Sieopcr, Clifton As Duke's.
i i i
Don't bay poor photos bat he bleat,
Go to Jacka, n mid nut tho boat.
W)i Tons 01 Bi Muddy lu,l,p
-.jvv lviiu coai mu8t ,,0 HOjd in
Waco this 8?i"ot. .''elp Kgan.
I havo Baud suporior to the river
bed sand for brick work, and I also
have sandy loam suitable for tilling
yards and graveyard lota, and grass
turf for podding purposes. Will
take contracts for hauling samo at
reasonable rates. Why walk in the
black mud when you can avoid it?
Orders left at 005 South Eighth
and Clay will receive prompt atten
tion. P. G. Kikkpatuick.
Dr. Roily treats only tho eye, ear,
nose and throat, Glasses adjusted
from scientific measurement. Office
over First National bank.
Tho largest, nowest ana cloanost
stock of carriages, buggies and phae
tons and oarts in tho oity at
T.P. Sparks & Son's.
Buoklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salvo in the world for
Outs, Bruiees, Sores, Uloers, Salt
Rhoum, Fovor Sores, Totter, Chapped
hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give porfect satisfaction, or money
refunded, Prico 25 cents per box
For bale by W. U. Morrison & Oo.
For the tenuorest and greatest
variety of meats soo Orippen.oorner of
Fifth and Frat klin.
Blest thn baby's luiiKb. dr eyes)
Jackson will photoxraih the prize.
All kinds of spring wagons and
family hacks at
T. P. Spabks & Sorb,
iimtituttji rrtnnrr unif ftirt r.-r tU htrnj1
obit rilomible hntr, trheilur ikhi itti
immiN, fnci . nrm., fir -A. U'lth'-ut ttis
niiiriKmn (irdijiirj t II"4 mint ilillrnln
sl.tn Ii it ii tur mi) .ur- llm
iirl f r mi 1 11 1,1 KriiMllui. Wll.
on, (K'ltiimvli'dKcd dy pin nlelimn us tho
lltRl 1 ft 1 littiorlty andtluiiiiDBt oiiiuieiitdur
inntiitixl't Kid h 11 1 r i-iit. Inllnt that ever
llvd. Durini; hln prlvnti lr;ii'tlCf of IUb
tlum annmq U e notillltr Mid urmtorrncj' nf
Karopi- liiiri"rrlb dtlilsriclm k'rli-,-,!
l m II iKicurfly pck 1. ri'iuiii'iiv
rmiililvitiliil. -tolu Agent-" for Aninrlca,
Adttrer-l. " .?. ,
Tho Skookmn Hoot Hair (Ironcr Co.
Dcpt. K., .V South l-'iflh Arannc, New York.
Mo AM) II? KOUTII 7111 ST.
J. M. Blackwell, Prop.
Klllci. l.no 1111,1 H'i.OO I'.ir llitv.
ttllfiS S fanr II
nloxlnn. t-nni .
prepiinitloi s ivul inifen,7 linni'io1 Vt ftH
ilr-.iKyi'U.uriumli vl (ur S'las. Bend fur OlrccJar,
VIOLA SK!K SOAP I' ilurtj- 1upo.m.i i
inn urlftluK slii uit-litnlol f.r the :ilM, mil iUlii).il
Tt il for llm in rsiiy. Atr-HiTi)y inn) auj dillwMl.y tuU.
nicd. Atdm.ri.iM,, urice 23 Ctin'a.
T, C. BITTPJEH i CO..TOIEDO O.
CnoonfitD nT thc MimirtiT Mtiirt. AuTHoriiTitiT
EBASTrtM n ifn nn
tinup vnu s n-T-ri T-T-it f
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rt lui'i v, v -m rult'tit to curry
' ri uu'i v, v u t'liHMii in 1'iirrT
In pnrknt romlr to n1"' nn Hi L Itulu tit ton ut cnlJ.
t "nn tinned Vnn lAfrvt JVrnuim'nt 'in
ttffntltMiiirii unntM'trinnn(, ri'lninloil 1'rlrr,
iv '! i ri.n iii'n in. iiiiii;phi', itt'L:iviti fii mini,
0 tents, h P. UibllMn, Mr., 1 two Kmn, Mica, U. 3. i.
MPMTtini '!,m' Him'Bl nnd fiiii -t ronioilr for
'IlL.ll I niJL. till alin lUuniiviiu P. ii.niii ItiliMnlf
nl.l vtiirnH ItnniM ("til
ill 1 1 ri k .-. a i ni.i.riiii in iiiui,
'' s ts.irh innU prrpnut. AtMr Mntnhoi
t'U ..1... -.- t lir..
F YOU WANT
TO BK FOUND AT
Saloon and Restcurant. All
night and day service.
W. E. ARMSTRONG. Proprietor.
TEXAS STATE FAIR
Oct. Hlli to 20tli Inclusive.
Will sell round trip tick
ets October 13 to the 29th
inclusive; good for return
until Octocer 30th, at one
fare for the round trip,
J. E. SMITH, Ticket Agt.
M. K. A T. By.
Removes Frrckles, Pimnlat I t'-.T
Livor - filoloi Hlaekhcaili, v
Sunburn nnd Tti, nnd re- ,V.j
(.tores tlio r'.lu to l.j orii;I- . 1 t'''4
nal frolim- . l 'mbiclni; aXtTiv- f,VJ'i,S,
cleat aud In nltliy rom-iyCr JjiraW'-A
nirtn all fm a