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Wc the People of Waco have
found, and by unanimous consent
do agree that
GOLDSTEIN .:. ft .:. MIGEL
Sell better goods for less money
than are sold elsewhere in Texas,
THAT THEY HAVE BUT ONE
PRICE MARKED IN PLAIN
That they always undersell competing
houses, regardless of consequences.
That they deal in Bargains, not Brag, and
GUT PRICES ON EVERYTHING MAN, WOMAN
OR CHILD WEARS.
GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL.
Thu following Is tho report of Su
perintendent A. A. McGregor for the
week ending Novetnuor 2, 1888:
District. Enrollin't. lleloiiglng.
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rl '.'.'.'.'.'. ST7J ".'".'..' 5'f!
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:. 112 loo
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J 211 151
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Total. . .. 11-7 140.1
LaBt Meeting of Democrats Before
the Great Fight.
There were a number of persons
who attended the rally at tho court
liouso last night but tho majority of
tho hard workers wont to bed early
so as to be ready for tho fight to-day.
No sot program had beon arranged
and as tho crowd began to call for
Hlnchman tho mayor mouutcd tho
platform and began to speak. In his
prefatory remarks tho mayor was
several timos interrupted by some
ono in tho rear of the house. Finally
Mayor Hlnchman got warm and jerk
ing off his coat threw it over on a
chair near him. The voice hushed.
Tho mayor mado a straight demo
cratic talk full of valuable sugges
tions and at the closo addressed him
self to tho colored pooplo present
and told them it was time for the
colored people to emancipate thorn
selves from the chains of slavery
with which they woro bound to tho
When Mayer Hinchmau concluded
Mr. D. H. Hardy was called for and
ho respondod, making an oloqueut,
burning, enthusiastic speech for
Cleveland and Mills.
Mr. Jus. B. Baker was thou called
for and addressod ills remarks prin
cipally to the colored peoplo, and ho
showod thorn with what fairness they
had been treatpd during his admin
istration and by its president. Ho
ofrorou to bot ten dollars to ono on
Mills election, but no one would tako
hi in up.
Mr. Joe V. Taylor was next called
for and devoted his spoocli to Col. E.
A. Jones, whom ho handled without
Capt. J. E. Elgin followed, and
aftor the conclusion of his speech the
Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at tho Gar
land Nov. flth.
Thoflnost boot, mutton,' voal, and
fish are always to be found at J. C.
Crlppen's market, corner Fifth and
Hyacinths, iilllcs and all full lnillm
t Perry's candy storo, undor Pacific
Levy Taken to the Frntiklln Jail
Bremond, Nov. 5. Deputy Sheriff
J. W. White started for Franklin with
M. H. Levey, the murderer of Judge
Joiner, this evening accompanied by
six other well armed men. No trou
ble is anticipated en route. Levy will
be brought back to this place Wed
nesday or Thursday for an examining
Burned to Drill h.
Wabash, Ind., Ncv. 5. The resi
dence of John Coomler, a farmer liv
ing eighteen miles from here, was de
stroyed by fire yesterday morning,
and a twelve year old son of Sam
Shotley, who was visiting them, was
burned to death. The remainder of
the inmates of the house escaped
wirh difficulty, not being able to save
anything but their clothing.
San Francisco, Nov. 5 Anchlog,
the murderer of the Hitchcocks and
of old man Fuegh, has prepared a
written account of his life and crimes,
which fills two columns. It differs
but little from the confession he made,
except that he gives new details of
the butchery of the Hitchcocks. the
unfortunate Illinois couple, whose
fruit farm he coveted.
Everything passed off quietly nt
tho polls to-day.
The Mexican ami Ills Iljunkct.
Did you over hear any body say "Don't
hurry off in tho heat of the day without
your blankotl" It is a very common ex
pression in tho rural districts of the west
aud south. Well, in Mexico the expres
sion is used as a remonstrance against tho
departuro of a guest. Every Mexican, on
coming to town from tho country, carries
a blanket with him. Ho docs not go to
tho hotel and ask for lodgings, but finds
shelter at almost any privato house, par
ticularly among the poor. Ho then lies
down upon tho stroe floor, rolls himself
in his blanket aud goes promptly to sleep.
In tho morning ho awakens at daylight,
aud, asking tho blessing of heaven upon
tho liouso which sheltered him, ho goes
out to some plaza and thcro boite his
cofteo in the open square. "R. M. Y." in
St. Louis Republic
Ice Water in Brazil.
"Tho use of ico water in this country is
universal," said an old doctor, "but in
Hrxzil it is but little used. It was
thought that a factory for producing arti
ficlnl ico would bo very profitable there,
vnero tho tempcraturo is very high. An
Eiiglish byndicato constructed tho neces
sary works, but found that tho natives
would not touch ico water. Then, to
tempt their palates by creating an appo
tito for it by constant use, the company
placed free, tanks of ice water upon tho
street corners of tho cities. It was a
novel plan, and tho fruiti of the invest
ment aro bolng borne. Tholiso of ice
water is increasing, but it is not yet a
universal bovorage." Chicago Herald.
Something New In Leather.
Persons on tho outlook for odd things
ifi'tho way of foot gear liavo something
now in leather in what is called by tho
trade Kordofan. This is really horso hide,
a small pnit of (ho skin from tho rump of
each animal bolng avallablo for tho shoes.
It Is salu to bo pleasant to wear, and to
last forover or thereabouts. Tho supply
comes from tho wild horses of South
OF MI83E3 AND GHILDREN3 CLOAKS
Wo aro showing uhihlrutt'c brown Kuwumrkols at $2, regular price fit
Newmarkets, with capes, nlcoly trimmed for $l2.r0, $3 and $iM.
Tlieso nro actually tho prottlest cloaks ovor sold for tho monoy.
Wo aro showing a beautiful cloak, in tho Gretchon stylo for &i.i0, S-l
and $4.50, wortli SB per cent nioro than our price. . , , ,
Our fancy striped Gretchon oloaks for $:i.f.O up to $8.50, aro tho bust
bargains ovor ollored in tho city.
Wc hit end. 1o sell some misses' and children's cloaks
this week If there Is nil) thing In
We will make Special Prices on Infants' Ions
and short cashmere cloaks this week.
Fine comb honoy at Joo Thomp
son's. Dr. Jokyll and Mr, Hydoal tho Gar
laud Nov. 0th.
DeWIol's Indies' and gents' oystor
parlor crowded day and night.
McAllster coal is tho host, hardest
and cleanest of all tho seini-anthrn-cito
varieties in tills market.
W. It. Matthews deals 111 paints
Wall papor, window glass and all
kinds of paintors material. t
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hydo at tho
Garland Nov. 9th.
Sign writing a specialty with W.It.
Matthews south Third streot. f
Hoiinessy's Imported French bran
dy just received from Bordeaux at
Cotton Exchange. t
Choice steaks from G to 8 conts at
Rlddlo's cash market on tho siitmro,
Peeler's Corn Kemover takes off corns with
out pain or scar. No Cuitr. o l'AYl
Flowers for weddings, funerals and
parties, in all design, heave orders
at Perry's confectionery under Pacific
Lovinski & Lewino carry tho finest
stock of gold and silver watches at
Klrt Itiddlo keeps tho Cash Market
on tho square saves you from forty
to fifty per cent on your meat. t
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, telii Austin Ave.
For flno watch. Clock and jowolry
repairing go to tho old roltablo Le
vinsKi te .Lowuie. T
You will save 20 to 23 per ct. by
buying from the wholesale and retail
ewolors, Lovinski & Lewiue. t
Go to W. D. Jackson aud got a pho
tograph of yourseii ana cuuureu,
Leave orders for roses, plants, fruit
and ornamental trees at Perry's Pn-
cinc notoi uiocK. t
DeWiol's Boston Chips aro the talk
01 tno wnoio country.
When you need money or have
money to spend go to Uncle Duff
New arrival of fresh mackerel at
A nico lino of jewelry and lino
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
Insuroyour property with Meek
& Fitzhugh, offlco In Pacific Ex
press office, 4th St.
Choice roasts from 5 to 8 cents per
pound at ltiddle's cash market on tho
On and after October 22d, wo will
serve at our tables, the genuine Bal
timore Oysters, will receive them
dally at DoWeil's. t
Nothing but tho freshost groceries
kept at Stolto Bros.
W. It. Matthews will paint your
liouso at a price to suit you. f
If you would bo happy go to W. D.
Jackson for photographs.
Dr. Saunders, DcntlBt, 502f Austin Avu
Buy meat from ICirt Itiddlo. When
you pay cash you don't pay for what
somououyeise uuui't pay lor. (
Peeler's Drug Storo for Perfumery,
Powders, Toilet Soap, Combs ami finishes.
407 AUSTIN A' .AM
MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE GL0TH1I
HATTfiltS AND FUKNISHEJKS,
Sole Agents for the Dunlap Hats.
Leather Valises a Spec
JONES ! GOODLOE.
T)fVVlf1 I'M if nil rliott niril Mtafnua
try them. Boat nrrlvos twico each! AiT,lca a! fro,m tUo. zebra nudnuaggla
rinv. Hniwl in vi,r. r. ,. I of Asia, 'lho deniaud is not yet so ex-
day. Send in your ordors, for oysters
lor Sunday on Frldy to DoWlol.
Do not forget that Itiddlo sells for
cash, aud you can got moats from him
a groat doul cheaper from him than
Savage fe Clifton have removed to
110 Soutli Third Btrcet, whore they
will bo glad to have tuolr customers
cull. They deal in furnituro, and do
ull kinds of upholstering and repair
tensive E3 to threaten tlio extermination
of those species. Now York Sun.
mind r-eonlo in Uustlo.
All elaborato Investigation has shown
that the number of blind peoplo hi llussla
Is very unequally divided among tho dif-
rercuL races, mere um;; tmiy o unnu in
each 10,000 Poles, 10 in earn 10,000 Ilus-
mans, and as many as bJ In each 10,000
Yotyofcu. No less than one-eighth of the
cases of blindness aro duo to Email jjox,
aud only onu-half to ducct eye diseases.
Cliutt;iesl In town.
Tho colebratod McAllistor coal will
bo sold only by W. D. Laoy for tho
Take Peelers Chill SyrupNo Cuiik No Pay
Call and see Edgar & Co.'s new
Cider Mill in Stone's new hotel block,
on 5th street, between Austin Avenue
and Franklin streets. Come and get
some fresh cider from the apples as
they are ground and pressed. Cider
by the glass, pint, quart, gallon or bar
rel at rock prices. Come one,.come
all! I. K. Edgar & Co. mini
I.oiilMlimn Ntnto Lottery.
Order your tlokots from D. Domunu
& Bro., opposlto tho McClelland hotol
Waco, or at Dallas and Temple. Lib-
oral rates to clubs.
Snmo Thine to Remember.
I havo been told, oven in cultivated, in
tellectual circles, that a young wotnnn
had better bo In tho kitchen or laundry
than In tho laboratory or class room of n
college. "Women should bo trained,"
such persons say, "to bo wives aud
mothers " Tlio finger of scorn lias been
lightly pointed at tho mentally cultivated
mothers and daughters who aro unable to
cook aud scrub, who cannot mako a tninco
plo or a plum pudding. Such persons for
get w ith surprising facility all tlio cases
of women who ncglqpt tho kitchen to in
dulge In tho lovo sick sentimentality to
to which (hoy havo been trained; who
think too much of possible matrimonial
chances to endanger them by scrubbing,
or by giving ground for tho suspicion that
they eultlvnto any other faculty than tho
powor to apostrophize tho moonlight and
to long for n lover. Thoy do not caro to
remember that It Is no whit better to
w Ithcr under tho Influenco of ignoranco
or sentiment, to cultivate a fonducss for
"gush," tlinu to dry up tho sensibilities
tiko n book worm, or grow rigid and prig
gish ni 11 pedant.
It is njj bad to stunt human uaturo as
to over btimulato It to stop Its progress
in ono ay as In another. Tho danger is
In going to extremes. Tlio mass of men
chooso tlio golden mean, aud wo may
tuist women to avoid extra vaganco in the
pur.suit of learning. Wo may and ought
to give her every help in tlio direction of
lifo that her brothers possess. It is no
longer doubtful, it is plain, that what
ever other rights woman should havo,
those of tho intellectual kingdom ought
to bo hers fully and freely. Sbo should
bo the jiulgo liersolf of how far sho should
go hi u:.ploring tho mysteries of nature
and of science. Arthur Gilman In Tho
Tormented Julco of the Grape.
Wino is tho -fermented juice of tho
grape, and Is distinguished from other
fermented ami alcoholic liquors by con'
talnlng m-tartrato or potash, a constitu
ent of tho grapo. Blackberries, currants,
and other berries, by fermentation, will
yield a wino, but tho namo of tho berries
from which obtained is always appended
to tho vinous product. When tho term
wine alono Is used tho fermented juico of
tho grapo Is signified, and anything elso
is a misnomer. Tlio numerous varieties
of wino are occasioned by difference of
soil, climate, season, and by tlio kind,
quality and condition of tho grapes as to
ripeness, the modo of fermentation, and
by tho manner and tempcraturo at which
tho w ino Is preserved, and by its age.
Tho strong wines, sucli as sherry, port
and Madeira, are mado from grapes
that are thoroughly tipened, and which,
on account of containing a largo amount
of sugar, yield, when fermented, a greater
amouut of alcohol, which will rango be
tween 18 and 23 percent. Claret contains
about 12 per cmt. and cliampagno about
10. Sweet wines, liko tokay, aro made
from grapc3 so ripo that thoy aro almost
shriveled up to raisins, and thcicforo con
tain much bugar, and tho fermentation is
arrested beforo all tho sugar is converted
into alcohol, "which will hardly reach 10
per cent. Cbainpagno is bottled beforo
the fermentation has ceased, and hence
some of tho carbonic acid resulting from
the fermentation is retained in tho wine,
to bo given off only w Ron tho bottlo is
opened. It is, perhaps, not too much to
say that most wines exported from Euro
pean wino countries aro adulterated.
Professor W. I. Tonry in Ualtimoro Sun.
To Shampoo One's Own Flulr.
Half tho pleasure of having tlio hair
washed and groomed is to havo sonio ono
do It who knows how. In England, in
tho largo stores, thero is a department of
hair dressing where an accomplished bar
ber, with every convenience) for shower
ing and drying, will wash tho hair of
ladies for one bhilllug. In tills country a
good sliRinpoo cost fiom fifty cents to $1
which is a largo sum for so slmplo nn
After combing the snarls from tlio hair,
braid it loosely and brnd tho end with a
small clastic band. Draw tepid water in
a ban,in and first wash tho scalp thor
oughiy with castilo soap; then let tho
braid fall in the water, soap it and wash
as if clothes. Afterward thoroughly rlnso
and vrlng tho braid ill a towel. Wipo
tlio head dry, undo tlio braid and hrubh
out, beginning at tlio lower end, when It
i. ill uot tanglo. Let tho hair loose in the
sun mid air and it will dry in less than
half an hour. woman's hair should bo
washed at least monthly If kept fine and
hfJHiv. Now York Evening Sun.
-1T-ASIIING (Unss windows rorstoru hull
W dings resliloncu's, churches nnd other
bulidhlKS. Address It. It. Heel Hck through
the pott olllce, ou will bo pTonptly waited on.
' ANTK1). To buy som second -l.nnd
household nnd klteliln furniture, must ho
WAXTKO A sonant Rlrl, white or colored
Address, T. M.C0011, Moflatt, Hell Co.,
Texas, or apply nt this officii. :it
Mil. W. It OltMAXDwlll cnKnt nil llesl
deuces nnd UUlcis, to repair and put up
rpOKKNT. ,mall three room house on Klfth
A. street, near old University grounds. Ap
plvto J. T. llrown, Dth nnd Jefferson or XkwS
AnAltUAlN. A henting stoio, bedstead
and springs for snle cheap. Anplat this
ntlon and 10 in excellent lmsturo nil un
der n good fence. Fnrm is sltuiited about 'M miles
rrom Mnro, lias Rood four room dwelling, am
jjiok nn: LCUKMnnu
Capt. A. .1. Ish Is an Independent n
for tlio Legislature from Jtd ennnn .
thu election in No ember, nmtnslsth,
nu ms menus, without respect to vnr.i
Mr. J. U. Clabniiih.ofltoss. l ..
dent Candidate ror Sheriff or Jlctimd
nt tho ensuing No ember election rJ
m luttioi ms irienus ami acinnlnti.
Wo aro authorised to announce M,
Stnbhlelleld as Independent canJIilm,
Senator at tlio Stale election hi Novctf,
W. Q. MAYKIEM).
plcout-bulldlngs, barns ite, good cistern nnd
splendid tank of water. Will trade fur good
residence pronertv In Waco, address tlio Nm s
ITOIt SALK Now wagon nnd span or horses
J good harness hoises, single or double.
Address.!. T. Montgomery, llo 31U, Waco,
Texns, or at News olllco. A bargain. tf
LOST A memorandum hook between ller
hens A Cnstles nnd Waco creek, on soutn
Fourth street with the iiuniu of It. II. Jones in
It In scen places. Finder will please return
to'Ilehrein .V Castles or tho Nkw s olllce and b
retrarded. nov 1! tl.
OU SALE Ono bookcase. 1 step ladder, 4
tables. 1 four horso engino. lour heating
stoves and ulna. 11 desks, bowl nnd. Ditcher.
wash stands, half dozen chairs, Ccllgrnph typo
writer, olllce railing nnd counter, patent letter
lllcs. 1 Hall safe, 1 storo counter, '.!(, OIKI old
papers nnd a largo amount of other second
hand furniture. J .so. K. Kluiv. .
Mison, Margin ft CD.,
COR. AUSTIN & 8th ST8.
jrKKI Coimtniitly on Hnml
All kliuUol FIU'.Nll MKATH.
K1SII and OYSTKIIS a specialty. Vrompt
delivery and good weights. Next door to 'Vaco
Supply store, on Austlu street.
SOME SPLENDID INVESTMENTS.
.1. II. GILMER CO.
1OT Wall street, Waco, 'Icxas.
Tho Southwestern Schoc;
PHONOGRAPHY AND TYPE-I
Will Olten their winter fnrm n n ,il
We announce wlthini'renm.ii rnnin...rl
ing those arts In which wo embrace IhJ
iiiKH) stums: Hen I'itiniui, Griilintn'Ml
Lindsey's, and thoSlcnogrniih. Onri,!
lng department Is uiipm piled. Weil
the Cnllgrnpli and llenilugton nncb'J
both nro taught oy cxnerts. Wo nr
pared to do an unlimited amount of sh J
nur nnu lypc-wnilllC. u work 11
nnd ncatl v ovecuteil. 'I urina Ti.no.m.H
at thu Western Union Uelegrnph ciace
dresl'. O. Ilox'.'.M.
Stolte - Brothe
GROCERIES AND PRODli
Delivered In nny part of the city. iJ
trade assures all of our groceries to It
Comer Fifth and Av
CHEAP CASK MAB
J. J BIDDLI-:
Kcciis the Choicest nnd Tatted
In lho City. South Side 1'ubllc
Cholco Porterhouse lOciChoiec- roast
Choice loin 10e Secoiut cut ro
Mutton .. .
Choice round "ftsc
Cholco rib 7 (c
Chuck steak tie
A NEW DEPARTURE,
FRESH BARBECUED ME
Evcrv day direct from tho kiln, ai
lell ered at your residence.
J". J. ridd:
R. H. OrJ
IiOUISIANA STATE LOTTEHV
Ordor your tlokots from T). Doninnu
& llro., opposite IcLellnnd Hotol.
Mrs. Ed. White's
ItcBtunrant nd Oyster Parlor, HI South Fifth
street, Is a plnco whera Indies out shopplnir can
stop and get hot coffee and a nico lunch. All
sensonnblo delicacies on hand and served at a
moments notice. Ojsters ilsh, etc. Meal
tickets will bo issued which call for llrst-clasB
faro. Don't forgot tho place, No. Ill 8outh
Finh, street between Austin and Franklin,
We aro recehing tho largest and best selec
ted itock forour fall trade that has overcome,
to Waco, comprising in part, Dolls, Toys,
Wagons, llyclcles, in fact everjtlilng In this
A beautiful lino 'for '.'J cents each, In line
designs. Lamp wicks l'J lor lu cts., lamp
humors 10 cts.
New Window Shades.
Extra heavy linen Bhadcs on spring rollers,
handsomo dado at 75 cts each; Holland shades
on spring Tollers 7 feet long, SO cts each. These
An extra larso comfort, goodmnterlal, 75 cts 1
abetter ono for $1.00, worth $1.50. Men's
goodjeans pants, 75 cts. Extra honvy men's
overshirts 50. Splendid knit undershlrt'-'Scts.
Good Canton flannel drawers 2.1 cts, Heavy
seamless hoso 10 cts a pair. Turkey red table
cloth warranted fast color 33 cts per ard.
Cheap Useful Things.
Brown's ladles shoo dressing, tlin best mado
10c per bottlo. Molasses pitcher, Bpr'ng top,
15o, Good full slzo house brooms 15 cts.
Heavy hatchctiricts. Tough steak pounder 15c.
puro steel kitchen kniro 25. (1 largo bars pure
Castile soap 25 cts. Ilottlo best glue 10 cts
largo covered bucket 10 cts. 21 sheets very
best note paper 10 cts. Ilottlo lino Ink Sets.
Mucilage 5ts a bottle. School bnskets, slates,
pencils, tablets, etc., at tho
1 AND 10 CENT STORE,
611 Anstln street, between Fifth and Sixth
.STAPLE AND FAN
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, I
CoautrY Produce Bonaht and Sa
II. A. GOKI1HL.
Fit ASK U
Mel & Lent
BANK, STORE I SAL
00, 03 Fannin Nt., HOUHTON. TE
SOUTH SCVJJSTII IIETAVKKX AUSTI
PRANK WOBTIIABI, 1K01
Tills liouso Iinslicou Jatolyfl'
up, nnd in prepared to need
unto more guestH than cvcfi
.M'B&t.,, ,!h-;MtfKi1)A?&i iim.mm