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Insure an thing jou )ne against tiro with T.
1). Haj s, at office of Waco llulldlng Association
his companies rc tlie best, niul some one Is al
ways In theolllco.
Oysters In ovcry stylo, at DoWcll's.
Dr. Saunders, Dentist. Urill Austin Ave.
Fresh o) uters at DoWill's.
311 Anstln street trade U brisk there.
StoHultrothe" fo'-f't..), bread,
:ill Anstln Street lineBt cheviot goods,
Dr. Saundors, Dentist, 502),' Anstln Ac.
311 Anstln street go thcro and trado.
Blank Bros, eclebratod candy at Kophal's.
nil Austin streLt Is headquarters.
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, BMJ Anstln Ao.
Fresh cakes at DeWell's.
Finest of children's sweets at Kophal's.
l'uro Ice cream at DeWell's.
311 Austin street look out fortho number.
The children nil go to Kpphal's.
Fresh candy ot DeWell's
1)11 Austin strut, leads the trade.
Genuine Mission grapes at Kophal's.
Ojsters I Ojsters 1 1 Oysters! I I at Dp Wells.
bcml-Anthracltc, tbu best coal In tho market.
Order now ol Siuv A Kakly.
:ill Anstln street, 1b the lucky number.
Take Peelers chill Syrup--No CimE No Pay
311 Anstln street solicits vour trade.
Splendid California pears at Kophal's.
311 Austin street all streets lead to it.
Stolto Brother for fresh bread.
Satisfaction guaranteed on everything you
buy at 1'celcr's Drug Store.
Choice extracted honey, 10 cents,
Choice comb honey, lii cents.
at Cooper's Supply Storo.
eures coughs and
Those steaks at ltld-
Cboice -II) pears only 12J cents.
' 31b pumpkin only I2)i cents.
" string beans S,' cents.
" sweet corn I21, cents.
at Cooper's Supply Store.
Stolte Ilrothcrs keep constantly on hand all
country produce, fresh.
Cheapest and best meat In the city, at Kid
dle's, 'Mi south side square.
Peeler's Drug Store for Dressing Coses, Sim
ing Sets. Work Boxes, lanlcuro Sets and
Extra fine cabbage, onions, apples, sweet and
Irish potatoes, kr.iut. western and ronutrv but
ter, at lowest prices, at Cooper's Supply Store.
Peeler's Blood Alterative, will purify the
uiuuu wueii nuiuing uise win, ii is warran
lUddU is on deck again cutting the best steaks
and roasts in the city, at 20S a. side square.
Peeler's Drug Store is tho cheapest place In
Waco to get jour prescriptions filled. Only
Peeler's Liver Pills are the best In tho world,
small and easy to take. Kvcry bo.x warranted
. You will ae money by buying what yon
In the Drug lino at Peeler's Drugstero,
Best meat market in
Extra turnip seed, any variety, only SO cts.
per lb, at Cooper's Supply btoTo.
Turnip seed, lluest, this year's crop; rye and
barloy seed, lresh and pure, at Palmer's seed
and feed store, Eighth and Franklin streets,
Peeler's Drug Storo lor Violin and Guitar
Strings, Paper, PlnB, Ink and Pencils, all at
Peeler's Cholera Mixture will cure cramp
colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea and ilux. Vt ar
Fresh Bread delivered at your residence
everyday by Stolte Brothers.
Peeler's Dm? Store Tor Perfumery, Faco
Powders, Toilet Soup, Combs and Brushes.
Cheapest In town.
Peeler's Corn Bcmover takes off corns with
out pain or scar. No cuius o Pay I
Dr. J. II. Boyett, dentist, cornel lAustln and
All new and frosh goods and latest
stylos at Mrs. Doss millinery store
on Fourth street.
Oystkiw I I Joe Lehman Is now prepared to
uwiisii ma I'auu oyHiers ineu. slewed,
broiled, pan-roast, ojster loaf, box fry nnd in
any other stylo, together with nil other things
.w iiiuiu, oui'imia ill uilji Beutiun.
Buy your lmt3 nnd millinery at Mrs.
B. J. Doss, Fourth stroet. New styles,
frosli goods and dump.
Gld Mttssoy Is still very ill.
T. N. Biglin Is hero from Now York.
Mr. II. Loaning loft this aftor,non for
T. U. Hill, of Comanche, is In tho
I. 11. MuLaron, a St. Louis lard
drummer, Is in town.
ttov. B. H. Carroll 1). D. wont to
Tcraploon the Missouri Pacific this
Major Snru Hunt stockman of tho
Cotton Belt, has been ordered to Fort
Worth as headquarters.
Miss Lillian Hunt, a guest of the
family of Mr. W. S. Heard, leaves for
Fort Worth this week.
United States Clerk J. H. Finks is
back from tho McCulloch' county
mines which ho found filled with
Jlmmio Roiilck loft this afternoon
for Cincinnati to take a course in the
eolebrated conservatory of music
Mr. W. "W. Ramsey, of Trenton,
Toun., ba9 moved to Waco and ac
cepted position as bookkepor for W.
Mr. L. T. Noyos, of Houston state
agent of the Diebold Safe & Lock Co.,
is hero superintending the putting in
of the American Bank's now safe.
Mrs. Dr. W. H. Wilkes returned
Saturday evening from Liberty and
Cornersville, Tenn., where sho has
been for somo weoks on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Friedman, of
Rusk, who have been visiting the
family of Mr. Ike Lyons, "have lelt for
their homes accompanied by Mrs.
Mr. P. M. Post, returned to the city
yesterday from Gatosville, whero he
has been spending soveral days with
friends. Pleas' best friend Hve3 in
Miss Gussio Shaw, who has been
spending the summer in Nashville,
Tenn., has returned, to tako a posi
tion as teacher in the public schools.
Sho is stopping with Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Shaw.
WATER WORKS BIDS.
Go to W. D. Jackson and get a pho
tograph of yourself and children.
$1 PER GALLON.
Ono dollar por. gallon for wines at
Flour Honey Charles Itast, comer Austin
and Sixth street has a large lot of line flour on
band bought before the rise and he gives cus
tomers the bcnellt In prices. Also a big lot of
honey cheap. Look out for specialties at
Itast's there's money In It.
Patronizing Waco's manufactories
insures Waco's prosperity. If ever
people will mako It a point to pur
oliaso homo nroduots where they aro
as ohoap and as good as tho foreign
produced artiolo, it would givo em
ployment to a grouter number of our
people and givo additional trado to
our merchants Last month four
thousand cans and packages left my
store all marked Waco, carrying the
news on tho labol that Waco was
largo enough to support a Baking
Powder Factory, Steam Collbo Roaster
audit Splco Mill. Alexandre's Bak
ing Powder is tho boat and sold every
where for 25 cents. Throo men and a
boy find employment now and I will
right horo and omploy moro hands
if I succeed. Yours truly,
t, , . P. L. Aldxandhi:,
Jlaking Powdor Manufacturer and
Steam Coll'oo Roaster.
That is Askow's Palaco Saloon.
rS!t0 """"'"I'ccp nothing but tho Ireshest
of everything in their ttor.
Maorc'N IlnrBlium In Ileal Ktut.
One lot with four-room house, on
the cornor of Sixteenth and Webster
streot. Price ?650. Monthly install
Ono lot with three-room house, in
East Waco, near Paul Quinn college.
Price $400. Monthly Installmmit. 1
v , Y..
Ono lot With thrnn-rmini linuun nn
North Sixth stroet. In rear of j! T.
wnsoii's place. Prico$300. Monthly
Ono lot With three-rnnm hnuan nn
River streot, East Waco. Price $20.
aaoniniy installment, $7.50.
Prico $1,000. Monthly installment.
Olio lot With fnnr-rnnm linnun r,n
South Ninth street, near Cleveland.
Prico $900. Monthly Installment, $27.
Ono lot with three-room houso, on
Soutlt Sixth street in rear of the old
university. Price $750. Monthly In
Vacant lots on Webster and Clay
streots, on Bell Hill. Price trom $150
to $300 each, on monthly installment
plau if desired.
One lot with five-room house,
North Tenth street, near West A
Georgia Peach and Applo brandy
just recolved at "Houso of Lords" and
US CTS. FOR CLARET.
Twentv-rlvo cents will uuv n. iintfin
of nico Claret at tho Palaco.
Art supplies at Hill Bros.
Tho finest are tnoso Mission .
311 Austin street choice, fin
Hxtra fine amber canu molasses 50 ct.
Kxtra now grits 8); cts per lb.
Kxtru now oatmeal ft cts pet lb ,
at Cooper's Supply Store.
parrow A Goebel, meet market, Austin
Aienue, betweonTth and Sth. Finest meats
oysters, llsh etc., to be had In this market'
delivered to anv uart of tho ilty. "".
Intoroating Meeting of the Oom
mlttoo on Water Supply.
A special meeting of tho committee
on water works was held In the coun
cil chambor yesterday evening at 4:30
to opon nnd consider bids for the con
struction of a system of water works
for tho city. By Invitation Mayor
Hlni'hmnn nnd other aldermen wore
Mayor Hlnohman waB called to tho
The bid of tho Dean Steam Pump
ing Company, of Chicago, for furnish
ing pumping machinery only, was
llled for further roferenco.
E. Sutphlne, of Marshall, Tbxas,
proposed to construct tho systom of
water works complete, according to
tho specifications, viz:
5,590 feot 10 inch pipe.
JI.400 " 12 ' "
1,300 " 10 " "
17,000 " 8 " "
27,090 ' (1 " "
30,900 " 4 " "
111 hydrants, all necessary gate
valves, stnnd-plpe, pumps, wells,
houses, etc, for $117,700.
Tho Waco Water Co. roprosontod
that they were not prepared to bid on
a system of water works as per the
plans and specifications submittod by
tho city, but proposod a contract with
tho city as follows:
Using tho plant now in operation
and Improving tho same, so as to
make each and evory hydrant In tho
system efflclont for all practical pur
poses, tho hydrants to bo usod with
or without fire ougluo. Wo are wil
ling to contract 150 hydrants, for 25
years, to bo usod for flro protection,
at the rate of $60 per annum, payablo
quarterly. Water rates to private
consumers to bo on a basis of 50 cents
por 1000 gallons. The minimum prico
por month for water through a meter
to bo hereafter agreed upon. Tho 117
hydrants now rented by tho city to
remain at tho points whoro now lo
cated. Tho remaining 33 hydrants
to bo located by the city at tho rate
of not less than ono to a block of pipe
ol 42o feet. All old pattern hvdrants
to be replaced with new and improv
ed hydrants, none to bo on lines of
mains of less sizo than four Inches.
Tho city to have water free of charge
lor tho engine houso, city hall, flro
mens hall, calaboose, public schools,
on line ofmaius within the city limits,
and Oakwood cemetery for city pur
poses. For all 'additional purposes
the city may use water, the prico
shall not excoed 18 conts per 1000 gal
lons. Tho water company will agree
tu take Its water supply from tho
oast side of the Brazos river. These
improvements to be completed in 12
months. The present pumping sta
tion on 10th and Jackson streets to be
maintained in good order until tho
water supply on the East side is de
veloped. Tho privllego to bo glvon
to the city euoh ten yoars during tho
contract, of buying tho water works.
A franohlse for 30 years to bo
F. O. Brown submitted a bid for a
25 year franchise In tho shapo of an
ordinance providing for tho construc
tion of a system of water works cov
ering 15 miles of mains. Tho city
to rent 150 hydrants at $G0 eaoh
per annum, payable quarterly and to
pay $.30 per annum for hydrants in
excess of 150.
Tho bids may be summarized thus :
J. Walkor Bates & Co., N. Y. $101,350
xexas construction Company,
Fort Worth 148,740
F.O.Brown; Ft. Worth.... 128,000
Georgo Cadogan - Morgan,
W. J. Sherman, Dallas 124,500
E. Sutphlno, Marshall 117)700
On motion of Alderman Lacy tho
committee adjourned to meet again
at 7:30 this ovonlng.
Goldstein & Migel,
PARALIZERS OF.PRICES !
aSuSchool will soon open nnd wo wish to state that wo have
received, nnd nre receiving tlnily. Youths' and Ol'itrcii's Cloth.
Inir nnrt Hoys' Kno Pnntii. Wt nr No hnv1tj u lp, hero
In Waco, some Fine Mcrrinmo Percale Waists' vhlch we aro
selling nt only 30 cents.
A Slco Youths Suit for 92 75
A much Finer and All Wool Suit.. ..... 4 25
A Nico Hoys' Suit, Coat and I'nnls 1 50
A Nicer ono, All Wool ... 2 25
A Nice Pair Lnee rants .. 50
A much Nicer Pair 75
1000 Pairs of Pantsall kinds from (1 00 to 0 00
Yon will savo from 25 to 50 per cent by
buying from us,
Gentlemen's Business Suits from 4.1 00 to 15 00
Itome-mado fine Percale Waists, sli 5 to
13ror 30 cts
A Nice Hoys' Cheviot Waist tls
A good Unlnundrted Shirt , 3oC(a
A good Whlto I.nundrled Shirt go cts
A Nice Uundcrslilrt.. , 25cts
A Nice Flannel Shirt ....,,,.,, n0Cl
500 Pain FIno Boots nnd Shoes, Manufac
turers' Samples, only ono pair of a
kind .it HALF PRICK.
Come enrly and select your choice.
So if you need anything come to us. We
will Save you Dimes and Dollars
on Everyting you Buy
GOLDSTEIN 2 MIGEL.
In Foochow, China, prominent
military man died suddenly a short
time ago. The people believed that
his death was the work of the idols in
one of the temples. These idols were
supposed to perform feats of vengeance
mr an those who were afraid to go into
the business personally. The viceroy
ui j. uuciiiw urucrea me arrest nl !,,
guilty idols. . The prefect, armed with
a warrant, entered the temple and ar
rested the wooden iroods: Imr hnf.
taking them to their judges the official
poked out their ;eyes, 'so that thev
would not be able to see their enemies
and do harm in the future. The wicked
things were found guilty and the vice
roy ordered their heads to be cut off
His order was promptly obeyed.
Ihen the bodies of the gods were
thrown into a pond and the temple in
which they were worshiped torn down
LOST--Two llvcdollar bills, between A J
ltlchardson's storo and Mrs Kills resi
dence on North 7th street) lluder return to A J
T1TANTKD A house-keeper. Apply immo
VV dlately at Mrs. M. A. Itoblnson's storo
under tho Mitchell Houso on South Sd street.
OKANGE IILOSSOMS--Dr. MeRlll's famous
Orange Blossoms, Mrs. A.J. Itlchardson,
agent, North 10th street. n-l.'l-Im
Foil SALK All at a bargain, ono good leath
er top buggy with good harness; also a good
cow and calf. Apply to A J. McKcnzlo at O K
wagon yard. South 6th street. 12-4t.
'KS. BLOCK wishes a fow more day board-
nva XTn tit rrt.l.l --. r. . .. .
"i mi ux-r Aiiim BhlUCb. IBUpiZ-lW
WANTKD A large work horso. G. W.
Hewitt, North 10th st , or Curtis'store.
A Fine Offer.
Do you want hay. corn, bran, wood,
chickens, eggs, butter, a cow and calf,
or have you anything to sell or barter,
see Goo. B. Lambdin. I do businos
at present under my hat, and can be
found on tho stroet ufter nine o'clock
until four. Geo. B. Lambdin.
I will buy your cow and let you
keep her as long as you buy feed from
me, or will bring you a cow, if you
FOR SALE A pair of family match buggy
horses; also two second hand delivery wag
ons. Apply to W. 8. Heard, 311 N. 4th at.
1710K SALE A pair of largo first-class work
J mules, seven jears old. Mrs. S A. Sayera,
N. 14th st., between Jefferson and Barron sts.
LOSTAgentleman'spln and chain, cresent
shaped. Letters O M A on race and II. 8
on reverse side. A reward wlllbopaldfor de
livery to theNrns oillce.
QEWING MACHINES-S. .T. Smith, says for
fp any kind of Sowing Machlno bnslness, write
him u card or call at No. 51J Austin Avenue.
TTTANTED-I will pay 25 c. per hundred for
T l uiu uuung '
C wire. 20 wires In a roll.
PAU11KS building rcsldonces should oxam
amlne Mr. Ilewett's cast Iron fire places
for burning wood. Has also n cast Iron grate
In four pieces ror burning coal. Thoy are beau
tiful hnd will last forever. Can seo Bamples in
Cook's or Larmour A Herbert's office.
F OU SALE Ono book case, 1 step ladder, 4
tables, 1 four horse engine, lour heating
stoves and pipe. :i desks, bowl nnd pitcher,
writer, olUco raillni
wash stands, half dozen chairs, Ccllgraph type-
. itvvr, uiuuu fuuiiiK auu cuunier, paioni letter
flies. 1 Hall safe, 1 storo counter. 20.000 old
laticrs and a larce amount nf ntimr annn,i
iiandfurnlturo, Jno.E. Elgin.
rpo RENT Tho entire upper-story or my
JL new building 40J Austin Aenue.
JS. w. Mitchell. Jeweler.
nOWS FOR RENT-Ihao good milch cows
Twill rant tn ttavtlna l,n iii .-i.- i
care or them at tho low price of ono dollar ner
"" ucu. ljuiiiiiiiin. ti
FOR RENT Houso of seven room on Frank
.. ..Un and Ninth streets. Aiinlv to C. N.
The State of Texas,
To the Sheriff or any Constable of Mc
Lennan County, Greeting :
r? .are hcroly commanded to summon Jack
Green by ranking publication of this Citation
rOm?tvUTOT.',,,,,0Pi PnWl'nel in McLennan
Comity, Texas, onco In each week for four suc
cess o weeks prei ions to return dnv hereof, to
rS13a,Br,T0r beroru th0 "onoraulo District
Court of McLennan County, Texas, at the next
regniar term thereof, to be held In the court
lipuse, In the city of Waco, on tho rirnt
Aliiiiilny In October, A. 1. 1NH, then and
in rSni? .""""i" ' PlaltitiUs petition, filed
Inn suit In said Court on tho 3d day ofbei.-
1 lailltlll and .lark (imnn la ,lurnn,in.. lmi-
nnnili... nf ,l.l 1... , -. tt-.. "' XilU
"J"" "' "'"" ouiv ueiiie JNO. I77N.
liip nature of the nlalntlu's demand Is asfol
".;; i 'nil A fmt lor divorce, based on the
fefcwlant bonaonment ou tno Pt of Bald
.nVf.'Vf!,1. itft ??X; .an.a 'nv, J01 then na
Stolte - Brothers,
GROOERU2S AND PRODUCE.
Delivered In any part of tho city. Increasod
trade assures all of onr groceries te be fresh.
Corner Fifth and Austin Sts.
1TO0'S FAVORITE TAIL0RS.I
Have Just Reoeived
An elegant lino of IMPOTtTTD AND DO
MESTIC SUITISfGS-Snrpassos all compe
tition In the city as to eleganco and beauty.
Latet Fashion l'latcs always on hand. Good
Chas. D'Anflrea & Son,
(laarantecd. flood Work at the
SO UTH FiFTH ST.
R. H. Gray,
STAPLE AND FANCY
inero nils writ, urn, in ,,,innn,n... .,."..
on, Bhowlng how you haoeccuted tho same"
rr u V . u"r my nana and seal of said
L.S. Court, at office In the city of Waco,
Clerk District Court.McLennan Couuty, Texas.
For cold weather, but order your winter coal
AnVlM.cJey &inr'y. "ol" ents "or Sen"
Tea, sirtings, extra quality l"i cts
.' t118",' , I.' '.' -' cts.
Imnerlal. " " .,.
" Mixed, from 2 cts to 10 cts.'
at Cooper's Snnnlv Store.
KIly A Ntuiltllfcr.
No, Cfiir Austin street, keops ovorything In
groceries and produce. First class goods at
reasonable price, and prompt Uellvery.
GUohlmncall when buying groceries, and
jou will be pleased with tho way they do busl-
Go to HUl Bros, lor school books.
$1.25 PER DOZEN.
SI ,2o por dozen forbottlo beorattho
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc.
Conntr? Prodnce Bonitbt and Sold:
H. A. GOEREL.
BANK, STORE SALOON
OO, 02 Fannin St., IIOUNTOX. TEXAS.
CIIAS. BAItER, Prop.,
Franklin Street, Between Fourth and Fifth,
This house has been overhauled and fitted up
by Mr. Maker, and ho intends to make It sec
ond to nono In the cltv.