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GOLDSTEIN .:. I .:. MIBEL
Profit Pulverizers !
Commencing Monday, Nov. 5, we will. in
augurate the greatest sale and slaughter of
CLOAKS AND WRAPS
Ever known in Waco. Over 500 gar
ments of every kind; cloaks, coats, jack
ets & jerseys, that must be sold in 30 days
Popular .:. Prices .:. in .:. Plain .:. Figures
OF MISSES AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS
Wo nro Hliowing ohlldron'c brown NnwmiirkotN tit $!', rejitilur prico .?.'!
Nowinnrkuts, with en pus, nlcoly trimmed for SU.W), $3 nml $3.j0.
These are actually tho prettiest uloaka over sold for tho money.
Wo aro showing a beautiful cloak, in tho (Jretehon stylo for &i.f0, SI
and $4.r0, wortli li' poreent more than our price.
Our fancy striped Grotulion cloaks for $:i.fi0 up to S8.G0, aro tho best
bargains over oll'ored in tho city.
We intend to sell some misses' ami children's plonks
this week inhere Is anything In
107 AUSTIN ANBNUB V 0 r " '
MEN'S AND BO'fS' FINE CLOTHIERS
HATTEKS AND FUKNlSllfiltH,
Sole Agents for the Dunlap Hats.
Leather Valises a Specialty
A good cloak worth $3 to $3.50
We sell at $2.
An assortment of nice cloaks
worth $4 to $5 at only $3.
Ladies, misses and childs cloaks
elegant and stylish, good
sterling values, 5.90.
lit 1& M E M B E 1.
You will not got this chanco again. We guarantee our
price on every wrap sold, to be far under any com
peting price. This is not a sale but an immense
sacrifice of the best goods at the best time.
IMPORTED CLOTHS. I JERSEYS.
Somo of tho finest Foreign Goods ?l1 co"ou J"30 5 G0
, , , ., , , , , , Misses all wool jerseys 75
made, In ladies and misses sizes, cloaks T adicg lmmlsome all wooi jersoys 1 00
from $lii.GO to $ii4.1H, worth Very lino jerseys elegantly trlni
doublo tho prico. "'"I, really worth 3 to io; ?2 to 3 00
Waling Jackets and Coats
We have an elegant line from $1.75 to - $11.50
Lot 34, a nice worsted jacket, worth 4 at - 2.90
Lot 38, Ladies stockinet walking jacket, tailor
made and trimmed, very dressy, cheap at $6
Our price is only 4.50
WE ARE LEADERS.
GUT PRICES ON EVERYTHING MAN, WOMAN
OR GHILD WEARS.
Dress goods of every kind,
Dress trimmings, largest line in Waco,
Ladies and childrens underwear, very low
Mens, ladies and childrens shoes.
Mens clothing and furnishing goods,
Blankets and comforts, every grade and price,
GOLDSTEIN i MIGEL.
Cash Crushers of Credit Competition.
To the Voters of Commissioners
Precinct No. 4.
It Is well known that Mr. Boyd,
Democratic candidate for County
Commissioners I'recinot No. 4, origi
nated and carried out tho schsiuo to
dlvido Waco into parts of throo com
missioners Precincts. I think it jus
tlco to tho tax payors of Waco, it
ought to constitute ono Commission
ers Product, and If olooted will use
all legitimate ollbrt to bring this
about. Ilemeruber this when you
caBt your voto tor County Commis
A. V. IIeiuunci.
Union Labor Candldato for Commis
sioners PreciuotNo. 4.
Mr. 1). II. Hardy, will dollvor a
political speech to-night on tho pub
Attachment papers are bolng
served to-day on tho witnossos In tho
case of tho state vs. J. M. DraKo,
charged with murder. Tho cane, Is
seiror trial ut umauoro on ino mux
Following four lots are as
hannsome goods as can be
made, latest in style and per
fect in make, fit and material :
Lot 6, at
Lot 7, at
Lot 9, at
Lot 11, at
Mr. John Christainson. aired 50
years and 7 months, died this mom
itifr at his residenco. No. 1111 AuBtln
avenue, at 5:30 o'clock, of bllioiiB
lover. Tlio funeral sorvlco will tako
place at 0 o'clock to-morrow evening
trom cho famiy residence, Itev. I. B.
Torronco onlciatlnjr, interment at
1'irst Btroot Cometery.
John Christiansen was tho first
tailor that ovor opened up a shop In
Waco, and stood at tho head of his
trade as an artist. Ho was well
kuown all over the city as a whole
soulod man with a warm heart. He
was a mombor of tho Scandinavian
Tho merchant tailors will eloso
their stores, and will act as pall
bearers. All tailors lu tho city will
attend In n body.
The Birmingham Evening News
offers to wager its entire outfit, ma
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o leveianas eiecuon.
MoAllstor coal Is tho best, hardest
a,,a cleanest of all tho soml - anthra
WewillinukeSnecialTrieeson Infants' Ions
and short cashmere cloaks this week.
Mr. J. P. Hodge and family have
returned from their summer trip.
DoWlel's ladies' and gents' oystor
parlor crowded day and nljrht.
Misses Louise and Sadie Pearre have
returned from their visit to Dallas and
have brought back several oi their
young lady friendr with them.
Yesterday was a dear beautiful Sun
day and nearly every one embraced
the opportunity of attending church.
Every religious edifice was filled both
in the morning and evening.
Marriage licences were issued Sat
Uiday afternoon to George Montgom
ery and Jennie Douglas; H. M. Jones
and Laura Nalley; Thomas Childress
and Annie Miles.
Mayor Hinchman returned yester
day trom Kansas City, where he has
been for the past week engaged in
business matters. He returned be
fore he finished his business, but was
determined to be in Waco on election
day to cast his vote for Mills.
The officers made a raid on a den
of crap shooters Saturday night and
arrested two white men and nineteen
colored men who were playing in a
deserted room on Bridge street. The
whole gang is in jail and most of them
will visit Mr. Darwin shortly.
Complaint', is being made that the
engineers on the south bound night ex
press on the M. K, & T., road fre
quently neglects to stop their train's
at the railsoad crossings and whistle.
There is a state law requiring them to
do this and heavy penalty prescribed
incase it is not done.
Anne Overbeck, a young woman
who resides in Dynamite alley, so
named by the police, made an at
tempt last night to take her own life
by swallowing what she considered to
be an overdose of morphine. The
dose was not sufficient and she re
covered, but was too ill this morning
to answer the charge against her in
the police court for vagrancy.
Mayor Hinchman's smiling coun
tenance graced the bench of the po
lice court this morninc and his honor
fined the following persons:
Ed. Townsend, drunk, $5; Mike
Palmo, abusive language, $5; Billy
Caruthers, drunk, $5; Thos. Weyder
man, drunk, $5; George Crippen, yel
ling, $5; Carl Cook, assault and bat
tery, $5; Win. Simmons, drunk, $5;
Monroe Green, drunk, $5.
The town is full of strangers who
have come in during the last few days
and the supposition is that they came
here to vote. We have no registra
tion laws and the only way to pre
vent fraudulent voting and doublina
is to have challengers at each polls
who know everybody in the ward and
when a stranger offers to vote make
the judges swxar in the vote.
Last night an electric motor which
which was suspended to a post north
of tho city hall building got out of
ilx, and tho current of electricity
being obstructed set fire to tho
raachino, burning up tho wood framo
work, and multing tho motal parts.
It was In good way to have burned
down tho post, had not thoEloctrioCo
shut oil' tho current. This was tho
reason of tho darkness In East Waco
Since the first day of November the
following foreign born persons have
filed their sworn intentions to become
citizens of the United States in the
county clerk's office: J. E. Krizan,
Moravian, 21 years old, been in Amer
ica two vearsj John Busek, Moravian,
aged 42 years, been in America seven
years; irann Kolar, Austrian, aged
50 years, been in America seven
years; Frank Kolar, Austrian, aged
22 years, been in America seven
years; A. McClellend, Scotchman,
aRed 35 years, been in America
twenty-three years; Gustave Weider-
man, uerman, years old, been in
years, been in America twenty years.
- Flno comb honov at Joo Tliomn.
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES
il.Priees 011 Infants' Ions
icre cloaks this week.
. 3. P7IBEEL
JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE.
Democrats and Republicans Norv
ing Themselves for a
All day long tho town bus boon in
a fever and ovoryono sooms nnxious
for tho morrow to dawn. Tho intor
ost in tho national contest is lost
sight ot in tho congressional raco be
tween Mr. Mills and Col. Jones. Peo
plo from all ovor tho county rodo Into
tho city to see how tho town was go-
lug. Tho sidewalks' havo beon
blockod, men talked In groupos
upon tho probabilities of the result
and making bets 011 majorities. Tho
Mills men feel confident of victory
but tho followers of Jones refuse to
admit that he is beaten until they
see the results. Col. Jones makes
his lust speeoh at China Springs to
night mid Mr. Russell H. Kingsbury,
Jr., will loply to him. At tho
couit house there will be a grand
democratic rally to-night, upon which
ocosiou a number of prominent
democratic speakers will address the
peoule. Great efforts are being made
on both sides to get the colored vote
The leader of the republican party
are cracking the pary lash vigorous
ly over the heads of the colored vot
er and are trying to deliver his vote
(or Jones. Ihe Republic arrived
Saturday with a printed copy of Judge
McDonald's circular to republicans
to be veiy careful to see that Col.
Jones' name was placed on the ticket
for congress from the ninth district of
lexas. There also arrived copies of
the Globe-Democrat giving a list of
all the candidates for congress and on
that list the name of Col. E. A. Jones
is put down as "a republican. How
ever a number of colored men will
vote for Mills. The indications
point to the fact that al
most all of the county precincts
on the east side of the rlvor will give
heavy Mills majorities. Brucovlllo,
China Springs, Crawford, ltoborts'
Store and McGregor will bo hotly
contested. Tho strength of tho Jones
men will bo made to carry the city
They claim they will carry the Thira.
Fourth and Fifth wards, while the
democrats claim thoy will not earry a
slnglo ward In the city. There is no
doubt, however but that tho First
and Second wards will give Mills
very large majorities. Tho indica
tions aro that tho city and county
will cast a iargor voto than over has
been polled before.
W. It. Matthews deals 111 paints
wall paper, window glass and all
kinds of paintors material. f
Sign writing a specialty with W. It.
Matthews south Third street. f
Hennessy's Imported French bran
dy just received from Bordeaux at
Cotton Exchange. f
Choice stoaks from 0 to 8 cents at
Riddlo's cash market on tho square,
Peeler's Corn Itemoicr takes off coma with
out pain or scar. No Luiu. o 1'ayI
Flowers for weddings, funerals and
parties, in nil design. Leavo orders
at Perry's confectionery under Pacific
I.oiiiHlmiH Mute Lottery.
Ordor your tickets fiom D. Domnau
& Bro., opposito tho McClelland hotol
Waco, or at Dallas and Tumiilo. Lib-
oral rates to clubs.
LOUISIANA STATU LOTTKIir
Ordor your tickets from D. Domnau
& Bro., opposito MoLolland Ilotol.
Mason, Morgan ft CD.,
COB. AUSTIN & 8th STS.
T"I:K1' C'ttiiHlaiitly uiitlliiuil
All klliclHort'RKNir MI'.ATN.
Kl&II and OYSTEUS a siioclalty. Prompt
delliery und good clghtB . N'uxt dour te 'Vuco
Supply store, on Austia street.
Mrs. Ed. White's
ltettuarant and Oyster Parlor, 111 South Fifth
street, Is a placo where ladles out shopping can
stop and get hot coffee and a uico lunch. All
seasonable dellcuclcs on hand and sencd at a
moments notlco, Oysters llsli, etc. Meal
tlcktts will bo Issued Mhlck call for llrst-class
fare Don't forget tho place, No, 111 South
Fifth, street between nstln and Franklin.
ASM Mi Glass iilndowH for store Imil
dlmis lcddencu's. churches nntl other
aiiiirs. Address It. 11. KciMck throHirh
tli pout (i lllec, Jim will bu pronptly united on.
TTATTrKl) To buy ennui Beconfl-T.nnd
VV household nml kltcldn furniture, must ho
ofagood quality. Address W. M. II., this
WANTKll A sen nnt girl, white or colored
Address, T. SI Coon, Mollatt, Hell Co ,
Texas, or apply at this olllce. :it
MI1.W.1I OltMAXi) will call at all llesl
deuces and Olllees, to repair and put up
rnO KENT. mall three room liotie on Fifth
1 street, near old t'niiersltv grounds. An-
plyto .1. T. llroun, llth and Jefferson orXi:wS
ItAltUAl.V. A heating stovo. bedstead
and springs Tor sale cheap. Appl at this
BlOIt NAI.K 11 ) acres or land, (.11 in llnu cul
tlmtlon ami III In excellent paitme nil tin
del a pood feme, t arm Hsltirited about .",5 miles
from Waco, has Rood four room duelling, 11111-pluout-bulhlltigH,
barns etc good cistern and
splendid tank or natfr. WI1 timU'lor pood
residence proi. U in Waco, address the -ShUo
17U)U HAI.K New wagon and span of horses
good harness horses, single or double.
Address. I. T. Montgomery, Ho 1IU, Waco,
lexas, or at Xu s olllce. A bargain. tf
ry A "OTT OO Wehaieoldpaperscon
I. .iJL JtltiO stain ly on hand and
parties wanting them can get them at n bargain
appijing at me
P OU SALE Ono book case, J step ladder, 4
tables, 1 unir horse engine, lour-heatlng
stoics and , u. ' desks, hot 1 and pitcher,
wash Blands.liclf doienchallH. C'ellgraph type
writer, oiilce railing and counter, patent letter
llles. 1 Ilnll saro, J store counter, '.'o.uuil old
papers ami it largo amount oT oilier second
hand lurnlturu. J.xo. E. Kluiv.
SOME SPLENDID IN VI ST.MENTS.
loll Wall htreet, Waco, 'lexas.
Wo are receiving tho largest and best selec
ted dock for our full trado that bus eiercomu
to Waco, comprising In part, Dolls, Toys,
Wagons, llycieles, In faU uter thing In this
A beautiful lino 'lor '!' cents each, In lino
designs. Lamp nicks M fur 10 cts., lamp
burners 10 cts.
Now Window Shades.
Kxtrn heavy linen similes on spring rollers,
handsome dado at 75 its each; Holland shades
on spring rollers 7 feet long, SO cts each. 1 lieso
An extra largucomlort, good material, 75 cts;
a better ono for 81.00, worth $1.50. Men's
good Jeans pants, 75 cts. Kxtrn heavy men's
overshlrts 50. Splendid knit undershirt 'J5 cts.
Good Canton llnniul drawers '.'5 cts. Heavy
seamless hnso 10 cts a pair. Turkey red tablo
cloth warranted fast color 85 cts per yard.
Oheap Useful Things.
Ilrown's Indies shoo dressing, th best madu
lOopcr bottlo Molasses pitcher, spr'ng top,
15c. Good full size liouso brooms 15 cts.
Heavy hatchet'i'cts, Tocgh steak pounder 15c.
puro steel kitchen knife, 25, 0 largo bars pure
Castllu soap '.'1 cts, Bottle best glue 10 cts?
largo coicred bucket 10 cts, 'Jt sheets very
best noto paper 10 cts. Bottlo line Ink Sets.
Mucllago Ms a bottle. School baskets, slates,
pencils, tablets, etc, at the
1 AND 10 CENT STORE,
fill Austin street, between Fifth and Sixth.
KVHi tiik i.i:iJiM.ATimi:r
v-u... ,. .f. ion m an iimepeniicnt (.amlMiiJ
for tho Legislature from JIcI eniian ran.i, I
tho election In No ember, and asks tho voir. 1
' " ,uluul rcsprci 10 party,
Mr .1. IT.CIabatuih.oritoss, Is an Iiulm-
at the ensuing Xoi ember election. He tollctl
- " ul "".;. hi ui .uuLcnnnn mna
mu tuieo ui ins iricnus aim acqiialntimces
rflOll STATK Si:.ATOK-
o are amiiorizcil to annouucoMr r.n ttl
Stubblelleld as Independent candidate fnrSt.J
aenuiur ui me aiaic election In Xoirmber.
. u. .iia f-iKi.u. h. j, wnxirtl
Tho Southwestern School of
PHONOGRAPHY AND TYPE-WRITING
Will open their winter term 011 October 1Mb
We announce iiith Increased facilities rortiNuh
Inir those artH In ulilch n. ,,ii. ..,.... i... r..i,. "
ingsistems: lien Pitman, Uroliaiu's, Muiisrai
I.lndsoy's, and thohtunograpli. Ourtine-nrit
lug depnrtincnt Is unexcelled. We use Lotl
..u t.uuKiuiii mm iieiuingion macliluca ooil
uw... t,.u .uuiib uv u,eris. iv e are also lire
Stolte - Brothers,
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
Delliuredin anj part of thu city, increase!
trade, assures nil of our groceries te be fresh.
Comer Filth and Austin t'
CILEAP CASK MARKET,
J. J RIDDLE.
Keeps the Choicest nml Fattest Meat
in the City. South Side Public Sot.
Choice I'orterhouse. IOci
LIIOICC! 10111 joe
Choice round "HSc
Choice rib i-
Chuck Bteak a-'.
Second cut roast.
t'huck roust VI
A NEW DEPARTURE.
FICKSII BARBECUED MEATS
Kiery day direct from tho kiln, and
lelliered at your residence.
J". J-. RIDDLE.
R. H. Gbf ety
Staple AND .FANCY
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc
Country Proflnce Bonalil and Soli:
ii. a. goi:iii:l,
BANK, STORE SALOON
OO, 03 I'll II II I ll Nt.. IIU1TNTOX. TEXAS.
SOUTH SEVK.NTH 1IKTWKKN AUSTlN'.Of
FJtANK WORTH AM, FROL-'li.
This house has been lately fitted
up, nntl is prepared to nccoino
IllHt. ' clto Vurlotlos ill tlllH nuirknt. I wnn'u
unto more (,'iicsts than over.