GOLDSTEIN ft MIGEL
o PqEUIDUS :: PRICES :: PJUMIilZED.o
Red Hot Shot.
A good $1.00 Comfort for 50 Conts.
Standard $1.50 Comfort for $1.00.
A rcRiilnr $-.50 vrtluo for $1.75.
An olomint Sateen .Comfort, very
oniamoiitnl, worth $4.50, our prlco
100 pairs $1.50 Blankets at only 85c.
A spondld $2.50 Mlnnkcts for $1.00
Spoclal lot of 120 (only) Hod Illaukots,
$4.00 value, this week only $3.05.
Very lino lUankots, $2.50 to $0.00.
Crib Blankets and Colored Itlankots
of all kinds.
Boys' all wool waist worth $1.50 for
Children's Wool Caps, worth 25c, only
2000 Toboggan Caps for ladles and
children, from 25o to $1.00, worth
50o to $2.00.
Ladles Folt Skirts, fine onibroldored
bottom, worth $2.25 at only $1.25.
Fine line of wool & felt Skirts
E will show
some 400 Tob
Jxuriran Cans, a
J. Bier iob worth
50 to 60c, choice for 35c.
MEN AND BOYS
We handle E vry thing yon
wear, our prices arc tiie
lowest in Waco. Save
money by buying where
you can lo best.
FIREMEN'S MASS MEETING.
Time of Firemen's Ball and Sup
per Determined on.
The general nieotlng of tho flrcruon
last night was well attended, and
full nrraiigcmenes woro perfeotod for
tho annual fireman's ball, it was
determined to give a supper and
ball on the 18th of next month, and
plans to that end woro fully perfect
ed, when tho nieoting adjournod to
Monday, Decorabor 3d. The follow
ing is a list of committees ap
Arranffonieuts A. M. Proscott, Joo
S. Thompson, J. P. Williamson, W.
Reception Committee U. B. Kil
lough, B. Alexander, A. R. Osborne,
W. V. Soly, S. A. Hogan, Bart Moro,
C. N. Curtis, John F. Herbert, W. D.
Lacy, A. J. Caruthors, C. O. Fosgard,
R. J. Goodo.
Supper Committoo Huibort Little,
S. V. Piorco, Touoy HoeiTner, Georgo
Printing Committoo A. M. Pros
cott, A. A. II. Dayidson, J. R. Taylor,
B. F. Allen.
Floor Managors W. C.Eakin, Z. T.
Seer, Frank Crow, John Falls, John
II. Worsham, Horbort Littlo.
Decorating committoo A. W. Gll
liat, B. II. Wallaco, J. G. Baines, G.
II. Brookshiro, A. P. Henry.
Our New Liverymen.
Connected with tho earliest recol
lections of Waco, when tho nearest
railroad was eighty miles distant,
and pralrio schoonors furnished the
moans of freightage, and all traveling
was done on tho hurricano dock of a
Mexican Mustang or abovo the
springs of a stout hack orbuggy, tho
old llvory stable on tho north side of
the square stands out in bold relief.
Hero for years thoso who havoa funcy
for good horseflesh and smooth rol
ling vohlclos, lmvo boon accustomed
Messrs. J. O. Ilourno and J. F.
Moldor lmvo recently purchased this
fatablo from its foriuor proprietors, R.
C. Oroon & Co., and tho Ni:vs com
mends them to tho publio as worthy,
lellablo enterprising young men who
will always bo proparod to lurnish
thoir patrons with good, safe horses,
tho best of buggies, carriagos and
livery turnouts generally, and mon
who liald thoiusolvos in readiness to
glvo complete satisfaction to thoir pa
trons In every respect. They will
keep lino call curriniros In nnnMtn.nr.
leadiness and will always bo prepar
ed to respond to all domands for
Transportation, whothor freight or
passengers. Tltoy will do to
Tho Waco Furniture Co. ha i...t
i ouoi vuu u boiiu carr loau orsiuo bom as
finished 111 Otik. Walnit rnT,
lifttiirninhr:',V.l Aul, B ri
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A.' IIO !irilinr. Itinlrn .1 unlnnMnn nut n C
I lllir, PUT 1U li.iril .. i.lnnur. Iml.LU'l
..w uv .....m. i. TOOTHUII UUI .111
.. . .w Vx. ..vMaw. ..litiigii.t
picture taken at J. U. Dean's old
Powders, Toilet Soap, Combs and
Cheapest In town,
"?"i,i'?."N for rerrumory, race
Cloaks $ Wraps.
WK CONTINUE OUR
SAliK OF WRAPS AN'1
JERSEYS, WE OF
TER TIIE FINEST
SEEN THIS SEASON
AT THE LOWEST
COME WHILE SIZES ARE COMPLETE
o Dress Goods.
Cnshmero Cloth, worth 15o a yard,
this weok only "Mo.
10 ploces line plain "and ftinry check
and strlpo Worsteds, cheap at 35c,
this week 21c.
20 plocos all wool Dross Goods, worth
GOc a yard. atonlv2i)c.
All these Prlcos ore. only for thiB
Infant's and Child's &hoos 50c
Child's and Misses' School shoos 75o
Boys' good shoes 75o
Ladles' good calf shoe $1.00
.Ladles' splendid kid shoo, worth
$2.00 at $1.50
Ladlos' and Misses' good shoo... 1.25
The "Day" sowershoejbostinado
worth $3.00, prlco 2.00
Fronch kid shoe, worth $5.00, our
prlco Is $3.50
Blf? Saving of Money on Men
ana Boys' Shoes.
If you want tho best and only re
liable woathor strip that's made for
protection against cold, dust aud rain
buy Browne's patent metallio, at
Horsfull & Cameron's. Exclusive
agonts for Waco.
"She" at The Garland to-night.
Cotton picking is at a stand-still,
and the gins sllont with the fires out.
Tho county roads are almost im
passablo and country peoplo straggle
lu only on horseback.
On the twelfh of December the
county officers elect will be sworn in
and their bonds passed.
The Little Five are on deck again
and will make melody for the gay and
festive this winter again.
Tho salo of Louisiana lottory tick
ets goes merrily on over tho city, and
thoro will probably bo six to seven
thousand dollars spent for tho same
this month owing to tho Inoreased
prizes of tho annual boss drawing.
Tho mayor Is advei tlsing in the offi
cial organ for bids for building a
brldgo across Waco creek on Ninth
stroot, and also for tho construction
ot a sower on Wobster stroot from
Fifth streot to tho river. Any one
Interested should tako noto of it.
Rev. H. A, Baren was appointed by
the North Texas Conference as
pastor of the Fifth Street Methodist
church here and Dr. W. G. Connor is
returned as pastor of Morrow street
church. .Rev. S. P. Wright is also re
turned as presiding elder of the Waco
Some changes have been made in the
News office in the past few days. 1 he
interests of Mr. E. C. Overby and
Mr. Anthony Poulson in the naner
hae been purchased by Mr. W. A.
nite, ana a line new nower mess
has been ordered, while arrangements
are being made for editorial work.
Messrs. J. C. Mill and W. A. White
are the sole proprietors of the News.
The heavy fall of snow in states
north of the territory indicate a proba
b'e cold spell in Texas. Only proba
ble since Texas weather depends on
many contingencies. If the wind
should turn to the south to-day it
may usher in a second balmy spring
and Texas be flooded with mild sun
shine while the northern states are be
ing drenched with rain, hail, snow and
If you want to looit nobbv have
your ciothos dyed aud cleanod bv
"Uotlj00tl nohman.303 N. 4thst
Frn,l, nrnn rl,i f T
n,?." " ." L "",.'... ' . uu"
iiiuiMiiBuuB wi uiiii r run Klin airont
uuy moat irom liirt uiuaio. whon
'" payeush you don't pay for what
I somebody olso didn't pay for. f
A good dinner at Mrs. Ed. White's,
Fifth stroot. botwenn Auntln imrt
SWEEPING x REDUCTION
Ladlos Cloth, In all tho now shades, 3S inches wide, at 60 Cents a yard.
Ladies Cloth, in all tho now shades, 42 IiiuIicm wldo, at CO Cents a yard.
Ladles Cloth, in all tho new shades, 50 inches wldo, at DO Cents a yard.
TliiH is -5 per cent less than the regular price.
Dress Buttons and Fancy Gemp Braids to match, at prlcos that cannot bo
duplicated in the elty.
Ladles' Fast Black lToso, at 25u a pair, would bo a bargain at 45c.
Ladles' Kid Gloves in all colors at 50o a pair very cheap.
Children's Mittens, for 15c, 20c, and 25o a pair.
Ladies' Honistlched Handkerchiefs, at 5c, 10c and 15c.
A lino assortment Ladles' Handsome Embroidered Hiuidkerohicfs, at 25c,
60c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.
A Splendid Line of Oorsots, at fiOo, 60o and 75o.
LadioB' Oashmoro Scarfs, at 76o,
actually tho highest barguins in the City.
J.. S. HABER.
The Cotton Belt will place on sale
on December 21, 22nd and 23rd,
round trip holiday excursion tickets
to Atlanta, Charleston, Nashville,
Augusta and all the leading cities of
the old southern states at one fare,
thus affording everyone an opportuni
ty to re-visit their old homes during
FORTY YEARS AGO.
3omca a drtam of n quaint old town,
Ott my nal.lngeiCMtoUll;
Through Us ilcnr streets, up and down,
In faucj I wander stllL
Ah, the uiurry times that I hail
That I uovir uRdla shall know
Wbi oImio cureltt.s lad.
Just forty jiArs ago
I remember tho heat bj the beach, ,
And the .vale washed by tho tide;
Anl I ht to tho prattling spoech " f
Of o dear ono nt my aide.
Tor n youn? face mado mo glad.
And sot my heart In a glow;
When I was 11 lad a lad.
Just fortj years ago.
But at length enmo a weary day,
When tho farewell norda were said,
And 1 smti bed, ero I sailed away,
A kiss from tho lips so red;
When the fair oung face grew sad,
Aud Its ross forgot to blow.
Tor lovo of n sailor lad,
Just forty years ago.
And the dreams of bliss, alack I
That was never to take Its flight
Tbey aro here, for they will come back,
In tho silent hours of tho night;
And tears well, well I am 1 mad.
That 1 babblo of trifles so?
Ah, me I for the lass and the lad.
Just forty j ears ago.
Matthias Barr In Cassell's Magazine.
Unter den Linden Strassc.
Untcr den Linden Strasso in Berlin
is talked of nil over tho world, but it
is by no means tho handsomest or most
attractive street in tho world. In tho
first placo, it is far too wide. For that
reason, and becauso rows of trees nro
planted in tho middlo of tho street, tho
viow in certain parts is confined to ono
side. Nor nro tho buildings uniform
in sizo and stylo. They includo
palaces, small shops, largo and small
private dwellings and thii-d rato hotels,
as well as hotels of tho first class. Be
tween tho sidewalks thero aro a couplo
of driveways for vehicles, an eques
trian road and a footpath many feat
ures but none distinctive.
Then tho street is not kept clean nor
in good condition. Fallen leaves aro
allowed to lie and rot in tho middle of
tho street. Untcr den Linden mirrht
bo made altractivo for a park thor-.
uguiare, uui lor a principal avonuo in
tho center of a city it can scarcely bo
considered fit or beautiful. Avenue
do 1 'Opera in Paris, and Regent streot,
London, aro both moro attractivo in
almost every respect. And so is tho
deservedly lamous Ring Strasso in
Vienna. Indeed Broadway, New
VTork, and Boulevard Anspach, in
Brussels, although both much nar
rower, aro both to bo preferred to tho
highly praised Untcr den Linden.
''M. P." in Homo Journal.
To Seal an Envelope.
To seal a refractory cnvelopo use
tho handlo of your penknife instead of
your fingers in pressing down tho
flap. Tho gam on many envelopes is
of biich an inferior quuhty that only
after tho most harrowing struggles
can it ho induced to adhcio properly,
but if thcio is any "stick" in it tho ad
ditional lovcrago gained by tho uso of
somo hard substance like a knifo han
dlo will provo effective. Another ud
vantago to bo gained by following this
suggestion is that all danger is re
moved of making tlio&o dirty htreaks
on tho back of tho cnvelopo which are
suro to result if tho finger tips nro
soiled in tho slightest degree. -Tho
'She" at The Garland
Who aro wfk. MrinntM and
iiKniLiTATitn and suffering Irom
Mcuyois limitary, hkhival
WKAkSKIl, MnilTLY EMISSIONS
and all the cfli ctH of early r il
HAU1T3, which lead to i-iikma-rum:
iikcav. consiisii-tiov or
ties on iuspasm of man, with particulars for
n.ANlTT. HMI111 rill I'ttnra' '...
Cures guaranteed. Xocuronopay.T.8. Vr.nt
C2 and 0U Church St. .aslnillo, lenti.
Mrs.Faunie Estelle & Mrs. O.L. Wiley
"Jv-, experience in urcssmaklng,
w. " b0"1 Plaml to doflrst class work
e morcioro oner our bptvImmi tntim iniii.. r
I .w... .... ,
I WBCO. ttOJ Ulllell tliulr Vlml ll.l.nt...... !!...
' . ". " - '" """"O ..vo
I reasonable and work guaranteed also beauti
ful decoratlc work. Austlnavenuo, No40uj;.
Mm, V. E. E"tkm.k
MUS. Q. L, W-1.BY.
Order your tlokots from D. Doninau
& Bro., opposite MoLollaud llolol.
$1.00, S 1.50 ano $2.00. These aro
Tho Waco Furniture Company has
just received a solid car loud of reed
aud rattan chairs, finished in Chorry,
Oak and other colors that aro hard to
Tho finest Mince Meet in tho land at
Fresh Oysters at Mrs. Ed. WhUo's
Leave ordors with Crippen's if fat
DoWiol's ladles' and gents' oyster
parlor erowueu aay aim night.
Wo :iio selling chairs as cheap as
oOots. You aro right Waco Furniture
Dr. Sounders, Dentist, 802 l; Aii9tln Ave
W. R. Matthews tfoals m paints
wall paper, window glass aud all
kinds of painters material. f
Tho best brands of scissors and
shears at Horstull & Cameron.
We are soiling seven pieco parlor
sets, upholsted in plush for 35,00.
Waco Furniture Co.
Sign writing a specialty with W. R.
Matthew s south Third stroot. t
Tho finest of fatmuttou at Crippen's
No yearlings but suro enough veal
at Crippou's market.
Ileunessv's Imnorted French bran
dy just received from Bordeaux at
Cotton .kxchauge. t
We aro soiling iuarblo top bed room
sots for $25.00. Waco Fumltur Com
pany. Choico steaks from 6 to 8 cents at
Riddlo's cash market on tho square,
I'celci's Corn Iiemoi or takes off corns with
out pain or scar. Xo Cltik No PayI
Th grandest exhibition of tho season
will be the Waco Furniture Co's
opening on tho 26th inst.
Bemombor the barbecured mea's at
Kiddle's cash market
Nothing but the freshest grocorlos
kept at Stolto Bros.
Lovlnski & Lewlno carry tho llnost
stock of gold and silver watchos at
Klrt Riddle keons the Cash Market
on tho square saves you from forty
to uuy per conr- on your meat. t
Dr. Saunders. Dentist, 59ii Austin Ave.
For fine watch, Clock and jewelry
repairing go to tho old rollablo Lo
vinski & Lewlno. f
You will save 20 to 25 per ct. bv
buying from the wholesale aud rotafl
ewolors, Lovlnski & Lewine. f
J. L. Bergstram. has now instru
ments to do his work. J. C. Dean old
Fresli Holland Herring at Stolte
Go to W. D. Jaokson aud got a pho
tograph of yourselt and childron.
Whon you need money or have
money to spond go to Undo Duff
Now arrival of frosh mackorol at
A nico lino of jewolrv and lino
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
W. R. Matthows will paint your
house at a prlco to suit you. f
If you would be happy go to W. D.
Jackson for photographs.
Insuroyour property with Meek
& FiUhugh, otllco in Pacific Ex
press olllce, 4th St.
Wo aro selling sido boards as cheap
as $14,00. Waco Furniture Company
Now eron Louisiana malasses oxt.rn.
fluo at Joo Thompsons.
Peeler's Cholera JlWturo will enre cramp
colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea and flux. War
First quality of Ham Situsagosjust
in at Stolte Bros.
Taken up by H. G. Hall, 0 miles
south of Waco, on tho ltlvor road.
Ono sorrol lllloy, about two years old,
tho tip of tho left oar split and brand
dodSunda cross conuocted, on left
auumuiT. JW Jjy
MEN'S AND BOYS'
HATTERS AND FURNISHERS,
Sole Agents for the Dunlap Hats.
'ANTED. A wood cljrnr drummer lor city.
,liuy0. in, Bouuitouriusircci. n
1710U SAI.K AVomnlcto Newspaper nlantln
nifood live town, pood reason foreolllug.
Price S.0. Addri.38, J. U. Dawdion,
Ilox 17, Aroher, 'leae.
"ITrASIIISG Glais windows foretoro bull-
yy dings renlilenco'B. churches and other
bulidlngB. Address 11. II. Kid Hck through
tho iioet ofllce, you will bu iiron)itlr wnitcd on.
ANTKU To buy old lumber.
FOR SALE-Clmmbers' l-hicclopcdIn, latest
edition, new, at half Its alue. lor par
ticulars call at or address this olliic.
T A XJTTT'C We haeold papers con
J. .UL JliXbio stand)- on hand and
"TTT ANTED. To buy some second-hand
VV household and kltcliln furniture, must bo
of a good iiuality. Address W. M. II., this
ofllco. 'Jiv 110.
WANTED To rent or purchasu nnlnvllld
chair, at 1). Demnau A Ilro opposite
McClelland Hotel. -t
ITlOlt SALE Or rent, cottage, fourronms i
J hall good cistern and barn. Apply tc
1. Sa.gi: ll'J south Sp street,
WANTED Fmplojment by a little boy IB
years ofagi, willing to do any kind of
work. Address Earnest Latham til.')1, Austin
street, Wcbush building.
TO KENT. Small three room honso on Fifth
street, near old University grounds. Ap
ply to J. T. llrow n, Dth aud Jeffirson or Nkw S
AKARQAIN. A heating stovo. bedstead
and springs for sale cheap. Apply at this
FOB NALK tun acres of land, uo in llnucnl
tivatlon and 40 In excellent pasturu all un
der a good fence. Farm Is sltuii tod about .is miles
from Waro, has pood four room dwelling, am
ple out-bnltdliigs, barns etc. good cistern and
splendid tank of water. Will trade tor good
rcsldenco property In Waco, address tho new s
ITOU SALE Now wagon and span or horses
good harness horses, single or doublo.
Address J. T. Montgomery, Jlo 31'.), Waco,
Ttxas, or at News oilico. A bargain. tf
LOST, A memorandum book between Jlcr
hens & Castles and Waco creek, on Boutn
Fourth street with tho name of It. It. Jones In
It in soen places, iinderwlll plcntorotum
to Uehrens S. Lastles or tho Ni.ws oilico and b
rewarded. no o tf.
POU SALE Ono book case, 1 step ladder, 4
tables, 1 four horse engluo, lour heating
n.u.ua uil'l 1U)U, ,1 UCBKS, UOW1 BHU pilCHCr,
wash stands, half dozen chairs, Celigraph tjpe
wrlter, office railing and connter, patent letter
flics. 1 Hall safe, 1 store connter, 'io.OOO old
papers and a largo amount of other second
hand furniture. J.so. E. Klqin.
Tako Advantage of
.SOME Sl'LENDlD INVLSTMKN r8.
: J. Il.OILMEU&rO.
: 1011 Wall -jtreet, Waco, 'lexas.
Mnon, Wongm & CO.,
COIt. AUSTIN & 8th ST8.
JEKI" Coukliiutly on IIhikI
All li'ludh uriHENH 3IEATN.
Leather Valises a Specialty.
Wo i ro recehlng tho largest and best ssiof.
tod itock for our foil trado that has oercoma
to Wr.ro, comprising In part, Dolls, Toyj
Wagoni, lljdclos, In fact everything In thli
A beautiful lino tfor !') cents each, In dm
dcBlgns. Lamp wicks 12 for 10 cts., Ismp
uuruers w cis.
New Window Shades.
Kxtia heavy linen shades on spring rollers
liandsomo dado at ".' cts oach; Holland shadei
on spring rollirs 7 feet long, 50 cts each. Iheic
An cxtrnlarao comfort, goodmateriat,75cti
a bett(.r ono for 81.00, worth 81. SO. Men'i
goodJtauB pants, 75 cts. Extra heavy men'j
ovcrshlrts 60. Splendid knit undershirt 25 cli.
Good Canton flannel drnwers 25 cts, Huatj
seamkoB hoso 10ct6 a pair. Turkey red tubU
cloth warranted fast color 85 cts per yard.
Cheap Useful Things.
llrow n'q ladles shoo dressing, th bcBt mada
10c per bottle Molasses pitcher, spr'ng top,
15o. Good full elzo house brooms 15 cts
Heavj hatchet i'lct. Tough steak pounder 13c.
puro steel kitchen knlfo 2. 0 largo bars pn'tj
Castile soap 2-i cts. llottlo best glue 10
largo covered bucket 10 cts. 24 Bheetg yif;
best note paper 10 cts. Ilottln flao ink S013.
Mucilage fits abottlo. School baskets, Hates,
pencils, tablets, etc., nt tho
1 AND 10 CENT STORE,
511 Austin street, between Fifth and Sixth.
Stolte - Brothers,
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.'
Delivered in any part of tho city. Inrreoicd
trade assures all or onr groceries te bo fresh.
Corner Firth and An-tlD Sts.
CHEAP CASH MARKET,
J. J RIDDLE
Keeps the Choicest and Fattest Meats
iu the City. South Side I'ubllcSqr.
Choice Porterhouse. 10c
Choice loin 10c
Choico round 7(88c
Cholcu rib 7c
Chuck stoak be
Sparc ribu I2fc
Choice roast ft
Second cut roast Co
Chuck roast 5c
iinskct roast 5c
A NEW DEPARTURE.
FRESH BARBECUED MEATS
Kvery day direct from the kiln, and
lem erod nt your rcsldenco.
J. J. BIBDIE.
1. H. Gray
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc.
Country Produce Bomcbt anil Sold:
II. A. GOKIlKf..
BANK, STORE g SALOON
0, Oa Innnln M.. 1IOHNTOJT. TEXAS.
SOU1H SEVENTH ETVEEN AU81IN AND
FRANK WORTIIAM, PROP'B.
This hotiHo 1ms Leon lately fitted
up, nud 1b prejiared to accomo
date moro guests tuan over.
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