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Jrr IT AGAIN!
We Continue this week
CloakS, Wraps, and jerseys, offering selections
from the Best Lino in the City at almost
BLANKETS and COMFORTS.
Our Prices aro the Lowest. Fine Crib Blankets a Spoclalty
Comforts at 65 cts. worth $1.00. Comforts at
$1.00 sell anywhere at $1.50. Fine Com-
forts at $1.75 to $2.75,
Overcoats and Clothing.
AVe can fit any man or boy with an Overcoat or Suit of good Winter
Clothing, and Save him Money. Our Trices on Clothing aie
Cut under any and all competition.
GOLDSTEIN ft MIGEL
Cash Crushers of Credit Competition.
A Union Depot in Waco.
It has been moro than onco rumor
ed in railroad circles that the hand
some structuro which Is now being
erected at tho corner of Third and
Jlary streets by the St. Louis, Arkan
sas and Texas Railway company will
bo used us a union passenger dopot by
tho M. K. and T. in connection with
tho Cotton Holt. It is also hinted
that tlio Houston and Texas Central
will unite in this project and run its
passenger trains to tho east sido or
tho river, over tho Cotton Holt bridge
By tho construction of a switch on
tho cast side of tho Brazos near the
Waco Oil Mills, on that sido, tho M.
K.-and and T. trains can bo readily
sent over on tho Cotton Bolt track
and up to tho new dopot. Atfor pass
ing through tho city they can bo re
turned to their own rails by another
switch just south of tho city limits.
Tho tracks of the two roads run par
allel and very near to each other from
tho Dry Pond, on tho eastern sido of
the river to a point some thrco miles
west of the city. Tho citizens nnd
traveling public gonerally will hail
such a change as that abovo suggest
ed with a great deal of pleasure, and
it is sincoroly to bo hoped that tho
aforetnontionod rumors aro but tho
precursors of an early consummation
of such a project.
McMi'in,i:x - Chalmeks At St.
1'aul's Episcopal church at 11:30 this
morning, Mr. Tlios N. MoMullen. Jr.
was united in marriago to Miss Mary
.Teannotto Chalmers, Rev. John Sloan
oillclatlug. A'nuuiber of friends and
rolatives witnessed tho happy con
summation which linked two loving
hearts for lifo.
Mr. and Mrs. McMullon left by tho
south-bouad M. K. fc T. this after
noon for San Antonio. Tho News
extends Its hearty congratulations.
Chairman George Bartholomew, of
tho San Antonio traveling ineus' as
sociation, sends tho following tele
gram to his brethren In and about
Waco: "Tho commercial men of San
Antonio cordially oxtend an invita
tion to all commercial men to parti
cipate in tho parade, bawjuot and
ball, Noy. 17th, 15S8, In tho city of
San Antonio." The telegram was
addressod to tho Examiner, and was
kindly handed to tho Nkws by Capt.
J. E. Elgin, who seems to bo tho last
surviving representative of that old
and woll known journal.
Thoro has boon a decidod falling oil'
in tho demand for marriago licenses
In this county this year, probably duo
to the extremo hard times, Un to
dato only 271 licenses have been is
sued, whilo in 18S7 thero woro -13G,
and in 1880 thoro wero -108 licenses
Issued. Unless thoro is a decided ln-
croaso during tho next six weeks the
iliH'eronco will bo vory decided.
A hotel maiuof wido oxporioncoand
years of successful management is in
tho city prospoctlng and has been
seen to cast significant glances at tho
now block just being completed by
Mr. J. E. Stone at tho comor of Fifth
nnd Franklin street.
Ou and uftor October 22d, wo will
sorve at our tables, the genuine Bal
timore Oysters, will roeelvo thorn
Jally at Do Well's. J
I.oiiInIiuih Nliitu Lottery.
Ordor your tickets from D. Domnau
& Bro., opposlto tho McClelland hotol
Waco, or at DalluB and Temple. Llb
oral rates to clubs.
A good dinner at Mrs. Ed. White's,
Fifth street, botweon Austin and
Wo aro selling headsteads r.s cheap
5.200 Waco Furnlturo Company.
our Unparallod Bargains in
If you want tho best and only re
llablo woather strip that's made- for
protection against cold, dust and rain
buy Browne's patont metallic, at
Horsfull & Cameron'?!. Exclusive
agents for Waco.
Flrt" nt Tyler.
Tyler, November 13. Fire broke
out in one of the Caspary houses, op
posite the Internation depot this after
noon. The flames consumed thiee
houses beloning to C. L. Caspery, and
a fourth was badly damaged. Total
loss $4,500; insured for $3000.
Wo know what au opora do camora
is now. It was revealed last night at
tho beautiful theatre of our Musical
Union before an ovorvlielnilnr audi-
onco by Lilly Clay's Colossal Gaiety
Company. An opera do camera is
evidently a scono of femalo revelry
wnere iuiriu. uauco. song unci beauty
hold high carnival whero lovely
figures robed In exquisite dresses reign
supreme. Whom among tho hun
dreds present last evening will ever
forgot tho dreamy beauty of that
charming and deliciously giacoful
series of evolutions called tho "Ste
phanie Gavotte'.'" We nover before
know what a Gavotto" roally, was.
We know now. wo want more.
But thoy have sono uwiiv Lillv C'lav
and her pretty girls to ventilate
tneir sweotness before other crowded
house and mako other hearts happier
and othor pulses beat quicker. Whon
thoy como back to Louisville thoy will
meet with a monumental ovation.
Opera do camera as doveloped in
"Robinson Cruso" Is just what this
city wants. Louisville Courier Jour-
At Tho Garland Friday night.
It has been raining again all day.
Thoro is a heavy demand lor stoves
The weather is still bad and supor-
Don't miss tho "Streets of Now
York" Saturday night.
Major M. E. McLaren has cone to
the San Antonio fair.
Miss Mattie Evans was among the
San Antonio passengers who left this
Mrs. W. T. Harris and daughter
and Mrs. James N. Harris left this af
ternoon for San Antonio.
Street work is suspended but thoro
will bo worlds of it to bo dono whon
tho streets dry up a littlo.
Ono more unfortunate who forgot
to hitch his team was fined by Mayor
Hinchnian this morning.
Lovers of a fino show should not
fail to soo tho "Strcots of Now York"
at Tho Garland Saturday night.
A young negro named Ed. Burns
was tried in tho county court this
morning upon tho chronic chargo of
"craps." Ho was acquitted.
Tho necessary assurancos havo
boon givon and tho Waco Femalo Col-
logo will remain 111 Waco. Tho mat
tor was sottlod at a meeting hold in
tho Chess Club rooms at 5 o'clock last
In Justice Mnkoig's court this
morning Charles Nathan and Albort
Hondorson woro ilued ?5. oach for
assault and battery.
Cards are out for tho wedding of
Mr. Tom. H. Brown and Miss Boulah
Trlco, which takos placo at tho Metho
dist churoh on tho 20th Inst..
Tho llouso of Lords to-morrow will
sot, from 10 to 12 o'clock, a splendid
lunch of shrimps and barbecued
Flowers for weddings, funurals iiiul
partlos.in all design. Leave orders
at Berry's confectionery undor Pacific
Lcavo ordors for rosea, plants, fruit
and ornamental trees at Porry's Pa
cific hotol block. f
A. S. HABER.
-Sm Special loak sIale
of Last Woek was Rewarded by a big
Rush In This tiBparimeil
from Morning until Nlht.
This Special Sale having Surpased our Highest Ex
pectations, will be continued another week with
o ADDITIONAL BARGAINS. X
We luivo tlust Kocclved sonic ot'tlioso pretty New Style
laeUets that everyone ltavcs about, they I'll Superbly.
The Prlocs on our Cloaks, AVraps anil Jackets are won
derfully Low this AVeok.
KaT WE WILL DISCOUNT ALL OTIIHK'S IMtlCES. J&3
For Saturday Night.
" Tho Streets of Now York" is not a
now drama but It is a strong ono with
Frank Kllday in the rolo of "Tom
Badger." It filled tho Cleveland
Thoatro last night to tho crowding
point. Ho pjays it in a delightfully
easy and efl'ectlvo manner. Illsaudi
c'nee might with some causo consider
his impersonation as ono requiring no
ofl'ort at all, but from another point
of view tho simulation of porfect caso
is tho most difllcult feat of the actor,
and taxes his ability to tho extreme.
Whatevor it cost him it was grateful
to all concerned and ho was applaud
ed to tho most liberal extent. Fred
Mower, who took tho part of -'Mr.
Pully," Is also an aotor of considera
ble accomplishment. Tho lire steamer
No. S was borrowod for tho occasion
and used most ellectivoly as It came
ou tho stage drawn by a tenm of de
partment horses, with a full head of
steam on, blowing its whlstlo and
giving tho usual signals. Loaderand
At Tho (iarland Saturday night.
A Con veil I t'lr-.
Houston, Tex., Nov. 13. This morn
ing about IS o'clock tho inniatos of the
Convent of the Incarnato Word were
awakoued from their sloop by loud
cries of tiro, and aroso to see tho
bright flames licking tho wails and
roofaf tho frame stable, washhouse
and outhouses connected with the
convent. Tho llro department re
sponded to tho alarm with character
ictic promptness and succeeded in
putting out tho llro beforg It had con
sumed the boys' school, which joins
convent property on Jackson street.
mong tho proporty destroyed was
three oxcollont Jersey cows and a fino
largo Newfoundland dog to which
tho Mother Superior and Sistors woro
vory much attached. Tho entire
wash of tho weok was lost, which in
cludes boddlng and clothing belong
ing to tho Sisters, clothing belonging
to the school children, and tho many
articles of convenience and uso
which, little In themselves, in tho ag-
regate will require much money to
roplaco, Tho loss on buildings con
sumed, regardless of contests, will be
about S.jOO; ou animals, about $250,
and damago to tho boys school houso
about $500, This Is tho first firo this
convent has over had, and Is the
second fire of any convent in Texas.
(Jnni-Klii AtlvcrtiNlliB ncrnrir.
Augusta, Oa., Nov. 12. Twenty
flvo thousand pooplo were present at
the grounds to witness tho ruillitary
display and sham battlo to-day. Tho
military wero reviowed by Governor
John B. Gordon and General Wado
Hampton. At a meeting of tho direc
tors to night it was determined to
have a special day for Prosldont-oloct
Harrison, another for Govornor Hill
of Now York, and anotliurfor II. V.
Grady of Georgia. Invitations will
bo extended at onco by spoclal coni-
mlttoos, and each gontloman will bo
allowed to namo u cay on which ho
can attond tho exposition.
. -- , .
.loNcpli Cliaiiilirrliilii tu WiiNliiiiicton.
Washington, Nov. 12. Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain, who is to marry Miss
Kndicott the latter part of this week,
arrived in Washington at 8:30 this
evening. He was met at the station
by Mr. William C, Endicott, Jr., and
was driven directly to the residence
of his prospective bride. Afterwards
he went to the Arlington hotel, where
he will stop until his wedding day,
which will probably be next Thursday.
St. Louis, Nov. 13 A dispatch
from Gainesville, Texas, says: Gov
ernor Guv was not killed SatunU"
night as reported yesterday, the wou.u-be-assassin's
bullet missed him. Gus
adherents to the number of 700, and
wen armeu, have been ordered to sur
round the capitol, where Byrd and
200 01 111s men are in camp, to night,
at 12 o'clock, when, if Byrd and his
men do not surrender, a war of exter
mination will begin.
Patronize Mrs. Ed. White's restau
rant, Filth street, near Austin.
Tho Waco Fumlturo Coninanv has
just received a solid car load of reed
miiirutistn chairs, nnisiieu in unorry,
Oak, and othor colors tiiat aro hard to
Frio comb honoy at Joe Thomp
son's. Fresh Oysters at Mrs. Ed. White's.
Leavo ordors with Crinpen's if fat
beef Is wanted.
DoWiel's ladios' and gents' oyster
parlor crowded day and night.
We aro selling chairs as cheap as
oOots. You are right Waco Furnituro
Dr. Saunders. Dentist, HHS Austin Ave
W. B. Matthews deals in paints
wall paper, window glass and all
kinds of painters material. f
Tho best brands of scissors and
shears at Horsfull & Cameron.
We are selling sovon piece parlor
sots, upholsted in plush for stfu.OO.
Waco Furnituro Co.
Sign writing a specialty with W.lt.
Matthews south Third stroot. t
Tho llnest of fat mutton at Crippen's
No yearlings but suro enough veal
at Crippen's market.
Tlennessy's Imported Fronch bran
dy just received from Bordeaux at
Wo are selling marblo top bed room
sots for S2o.00. Waco Furnltur Com
pany. Cholco steaks from C to 8 conts at
Riddle's cash market on tho squaro,
feeler's Corn liemover takeB off corns with
out pain or scar. So Cum: No 1'ayI
Tli grandest exhibition of tho season
will bo tho Waco Furnituro (Jo's
opening on the 20th iust.
Bemombor tho barbectirod meats at
Kiddle's cash markol
Nothing but tho freshost groeories
kept at Stolto Bros.
Lovinskl & Lowlno carry the finest
stock of gold and silver watches at
Kirt Biddlo koens tho Cash Market
on tho square saves you from forty
to mty per cent on your moat. t
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, M2)j Austin Ave.
For fino watch. Clock and Jewelry
ropalrlng go to tho old rollablo Lo
vlnski & Lowlno.
You will save 20 to2.'i per ct. by
buying from tho wholesale and rotail
owelors, Lovinskl & Lewino. f
J. L. Borgstram, has now instru
ments to do Ills work. J. C. Dean old
Fresh Holland Herring at Stolte
Go to W. I). Jackson and got a pho
tograph of'yoursiili and children.
When you neod money or have
money to spond go to Unelo Dull'
Now arrival of fresh mackerel at
A nlco lino of jowolrv and lino
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
W. B. Matthews will nuliit your
liouso at a prlco to suit you. f
If you would bo happy go to W. D.
Jackson for photograph's.
Insure your property with Meok
& Fit.hugh, oflleo in Paclflo Ex
press olllco, 4th St.
Wo nro soiling sido boards as cheap
as $14,00. Waco Furniture Cohipany
Now crop Louisiana malasses extra
line at Joo Thompsons. '
I'ecler'B Choloru Mixture will cure cramp
colic, cholera morbus, diarrhum anil flux. War
ranted, First quality of Hani Sausagos just
lu at Stolte Bros.
Takon up by II. G. Hall, 0 miles
south of Waco, on tho Blver road.
Ono sorrel lllloy, about two years old,
tho tip of tho loft oar split and brand
ded S and a cross conuootod, on loft
shoulder. jw $j7
MEN'S AND BOYS'
HATTERS AND FURNISHERS,
Sole Agents for the Dunlap Hats.
Leather Valises a Specialty.
WANTED. A cooil cljrar drummer for city
. Apply No. ll:i, South Fourth tt't. ff
a trood live town, irood reason for selilnir.
1'rlce S'.VHI. Address, .1. U. Daviiwox,
liox 17, Archer, Texas.
"lirASIM SO Olnes windows for store hull
TV dings residence's, churches nnd other
liuiiumpi. Address K. 11. Hod Mel; throiiKh
tho post olllce, you will bo pronptlv waited on.
A.NTKD To buy old hunter.
ITIOII SALE Chambers' Kncvclopedln, latest
fdltlon, new, at halfits value. For par
ticulars call atoruddress this olllce.
TAT ASTKD. To buy some second-l.nnd
VV household and kltcldn furniture, must be
orn good irnality. Address W. 11. It., this
olllce. 2w 100.
ANTKI) To rent or purchase an Invilld
cnair, nt 11, iiuinnau .V llro. opposite
11. V'.ll OKMANDwill call at nil Ileal.
ileuces ana unlets, to repair and put up
rpo UKXT. Finiill three room house on Fifth
JL Btreet, near old University grounds. A
IlAKtlAl.V A heatlnir stovo. beitsUnd
and springs for sole cheap. Applat tills
37IORNAI.K Km acres oriand, (HI In llnecul
J tlvation and loin excel lent pasture nil mi
ller n pood fence. Farm is situated about :" miles
from Waco, has Rood four room dwelling, am
ple out-buildings, barns etc. gnod cistern and
splendid tank of water. Will trade Tor good
residence proncrtv In Waco, address tho Xkws
T 71011 SAI.K Xew wagon and span of horses
j good harness horses, single or double.
Address.!. T. Montgomery, llox.11!, Wnco,
Texas, or at Xews olllce. A bargain. tr
LOST A memorandum book between Iler
hens & Castles and Waco creek, on soutn
Fourth street is 1th the name of It. II. .lones in
It In seven places Finder v, ill please return
to llebrens .V Castles or tins Xk'" olllce and b
IJIOH SALE Ono book case. 1 step ladder, A
JJ tables, 1 four horse engine, lour heating
stoves ami pipe, a desks, bowl and pitcher,
wash stands, half dozen chairs, Ccllgrnph type
writer, olllce railing and counter, patent letter
Hies. 1 Mall safe, I store counter, -.10,000 old
papers ond n large amount of other second
hand furniture. J .so. E. Eliiin.
SOMK SHI.KND11) INVESTMENTS.
.1. 11. (lll.MEIt&CO. ;
UN Wall street. Waco. Texas. :
MiSDn, Morgan & CO.,
COH. AUSTIN & 8tk STS.
T7T.KI t'oiiHtniitly on II11111I
All klliilNori'ltK.SII .Ml'.ATM.
E1SII and OYSTEI1S a ipeclalty. Prompt
delivery and good weights. Nuxt door to Waco
supply store, on Austin street.
Mrs. Fanuie Estelle & Mrs. O.L. Wiley
With 13 year experience In dressmaking,
wu are both prepared to do llrst clnks work.
We therefore otter our services to tho ladles or
Wuco,.nnd Eollclt their kind patronage, l'rlces
reasonable and work guarantced-also benutt.
fill decorative work. Austin avenue. No 400,'j.
Mus. F. K. Eitei'le
M. O. r,, wuir.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY
Order your tlokots from D. Domnau
& llro., opposlto McLolland Hotel.
We nro receiving the largest and best selpc
ted ftock for our fall trade that has ever com.
to Waco, comprising in pnrt, Dolls, Toys,
Wagons, llyclclcs, In fact everything In this
A bcautlrul lino Ifor 'J.'i cents each, in line
designs. Lamp wicks 12 for ll) cts., lamp
burners 10 cts.
Now Window Shades.
Extra heavy linen shades on spring rollers,
linmlsumo ilmlo at 7,1 cts each! Holland hhadt's
ou spring rollers 7 feet long, .TO cts each. Tteee
' v Special Bargains.
An extra large comfort, good material, 7r, ct ;
a better ono for 81.00, worth $1..TO. Men'i
good jeans pants, 7,"i cts. Etrn heavy men's
oversblrt j ,TO. Splendid knit undershirt i!5 cts.
Good Canton Hannel drawers as cts, Heavy
seamless hose 10 cts a pair. Turkey red tabl.
cloth warranted fast color SS cts per yard.
Cheap TJsoful Things.
Ilrown's ladles shoo dressing, the best made
luc per bottlo Molasses pitcher, spring top,
l.'c. Good full slzo houso brooms 1.1 cts.
Heavy batchef.'.Vit-'. Tough steak pounder l."c.
pure steel kitchen knlro 2:,. 0 large bars pure
Castile soap 2.1 cts. llottle best glue 10 cts?
largo covered bucket 10 ijts. 21 sheets very
best note paper 10 cts. llottle l'tio ink .lets.
Mucilage Ms a bottlo. School baskets, slates,
pencils, tablets, etc., at tho
1 AND 10 CENT STORE,
.111 Austin street, between Fifth and Sixth.
Stolte - Brothers,
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
Delivered In any part of the city. Increased
trade assures all of our groceries to liu Iresh.
Corner Fifth and Austin Sts.
CHEAP CASH MARKET,
J. J KIDDLE
Keeps Hie Choicest and Fattest Meals
in the City. South Side Public Sqr.
Choice Porterhouse 10c
f'hnln. rntiat rt
Choice loin 10c
Second cut ronsti.'.'i.'lic
unolce round 7fi!!c
LimeK roast Sc
Choice rib fc. ."lie
Chuck steak ?. ...lie.
Spare ribs I2;c
nrlskot roast...- Re
A NEW DEPARTURE.
PKESII BAKBECUED MEATS
Every day direct from tho kiln, and
lellvered at your resldencu.
J. J. BIDDL.
R. H. Gray
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc.
Country Produce BflnsrUt aufl Solfi:
II. A. GOEIIEIi.
BANK, STORE I SALOON
90, Oa Ftliiiilii St.. IIOUSTOIV.TE.VA.
SOUTH SEVENTH 11KTWKKN AUSTIN AND
FKANK WOKTIIAM, PKOP'R.
This liouso liiisbflcn lately llttcd
1, nail Is iirojiared to accomo
date moro guests litin ever.