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Red Hot Shot.
407 AUSTIN ANENUE,
MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE CLOTHIERS
SWEEPING .:-: REDUCTION
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Ladles Cloth, In all tho now shades, 38 inches wide, at 60 Cents n yard.
Ladles Cloth, in all tho now shndos, -12 inches wido, nt 00 Conts n yard.
Ladles Cloth, In nil tho now shades, 5(1 inches wldo, at 1)0 Conts a yard.
ThlH is 115 per oont less tlian the regular price.
A good $1.00 Comfort for CO Conts.
Slumlord $1.60 Comfort for S1.00.
A regular $-.50 vnluo for $1.75.
Au decant Sivtcon Comlort, very
ornamental, worth $-1.50, our prlco
100 pairs $1.50 lllnnkots at only S5c.
A spcndiil SU.G0 lllnnkots for $1.00
Special lot of IS) (only) ltcd Illankols,
$4.00 vnluo, this week only $3.05.
Very flno Blankets, $2.50 to 50.00.
Crib lllnnkots nnd Colored lllnnkots
of nil kinds.
Hoys' nil wool waist worth $1.50 for
Children's Wool Caps, worth 25c, only
2000 Toboggan Caps for Indies and
children, from 25o to $1.00, worth
50o to $2.00.
Ladles Felt Skirls, fine embroidered
bottom, worth $2.25 nt only $1.25.
Fine lino of wool & felt Skirts
E will show
soirc 400 Tol
bog&iaii Caps, a
Bis job worth
50 to (JOc, choice for 35c.
MEN AND BOYS
Wc handle Evry thing you
wear, our prices are tiie
lowest iu Waco. Save
money by buying where
you can do best.
THE CAMPBELLS CONVICTED.
A Short Trial and a Long Sentence
Dan and Robert Campbell, two ol
the most daring and noted highway
men and desperadoes in the state,
were arraigned before Judge Eugene
Williams in the distiict court yester
day on a charge of robbing the house
ofCol. R. II. Uurney, near Mart, in
the lower portion oi this county, on
the evening of July 9th, last. The
full details ol this daring crime, the
pursuit and capture of two of the
three perpetrators appeared in the
News at the time the prisoners were
brought to Waco accompanied b
Sheriff Davis, oi Wichita county, by
whom they were arrested. The pur
suit ol the Campbells and their still
uncaptured confederates, from the
scene ol the robbery, was conducted
by Messrs. Hall and Waller, of this
city, Joe Waller giving his personal at
tention to it and spending the hot and
weary months of the long summer
upon the trail of the fugitives until
they were finally run to earth. It was
a remarkable piece of detective work
and its successful termination reflects
credit and distinction upon the brave
men who participated in it.
The trials yesterday were brief, as
little testimony was taken and no ar
guments made. Under the charge
of the court the juries, in both in
stances, returned a verdict of guilty
and fixed the punishment of each of
the brothers at twenty-five years in the
penitentiary. There are two more in
dictments against each which remain
to be tried in this county and several
in other counties.
The cases of Geo. F. Oglesby and
Frank Henry were continued by the
A Thanksgiving Treat.
The Thanksgiving performance at
The Garland will be given by Frank
Jones as "Si Perkins," who is accom
panied by a splendid troupe and an
orchestra as fine as was ever heard in
Waco. The London (Canada) Ad
vertiser, in speaking of the company
Frank Jones appeared at the Grand
last evening in his play of "Si Per
kins." It is of the "Josh Whitcomb,"
"Alvin Joslyn" order, and as a drama
is better than either, and Mr. Jones is
as far ahead of Charles L. Davis as
one of Davis' diamonds is superior to
a Rhinestone. He is really a gocd
actor, and is well sunnorted hv Alire
Montague and the company gener
ally. The orchestra is a feature of
tne pertormance, and received de
We all, or at least nearly all. remem
ber the vast crowd which thronged
The Garland when "Alvin Joslyn"
ana nis diamonds came until even
aiuuuiiiii room was at a nrpmuim.
Now that one follows him that is as
Prent if ,m n ,'.,'',:'; . Y "
7.. " fctywiv. n.iiai, 11 is HOI
' ton mil Mi fnnrnrfrHl,.!.!..
will be full
Goodyear, Cook & Dillon's comnanv
ffiuoii win bo hero ou tho 27th, Is
highly endorsed as ono Ot tho best
mlnstrol organizations which ovor
vihimju uio bouui,
Cloaks 0 Wraps.
WE CONTINUE OUll
SALE OF WIMPS AND
JEHSEYS, WE OF
TEK THE FINEST
SEEN TIIIS SEASON
AT THE LOWEST
COME WHILE SIZES ARE COMPLETE
e Dress Goods
Cnshmoro Cloth, worth 15o n yard,
this weok only 7'c.
40 pieces lino plain nnd fancy chock
nnd strlpo worsteds, chenp nt 35c,
this week 2lc.
20 plecos nil wool Dross Goods, wortli
OOo n yard, nt only 29o.
All these Prices are only for this
Infant's nnd Child's shoes 50a
Child's nnd Misses' School shoos "oo
Boys' good shoos Too
Ladies' good enlf shoe $1.00
Ladles' splendid kid shoo, wortli
$2.00 nt $1.50
Ladles' and Misses' good shoe. . 1.25
Tho "Day" soworshoe,bost inado
worth $3.00, prlco 2.00
French kid shoo, worth $5.00, our
prlco is $3.50
Big Saving of Money on Men
and Boys' Shoes.
It. D. Drown, from New Orleans is
Justico-olcct Jack Harrison is on
the sick list.
W. T. Glasgow, of McGregor, is
among to-day's arrivals.
Judge J. G. Abnoy, of Hill county,
Is in .ho city on business.
Judjro F. N. Dead and Col. William
Croft aro lioro from Corslcann on legal
Col. C. L. Dunbar, gonoral superin
tendent of tho Erie Telephono compa
ny is hero from St. Louis.
Col. A. 1. McKinnon, Messrs. Wm.
Reavis, O. Holland aud Shorilf Cos
nro In tho city from Hillsboro, nttond
Ing tho courts.
Mossors. II. Slegel, John M. "Wat
tors. Geo. W. Morris nnd Dob Hawks
nro aero from Templo as attached
witnesses in the district court.
Col. Shelby X. Strange, of Troy,
Texns, one of tho most popular and
respected cltlzons of Dell county, is
hero to-cny on buelness. Ho Is tho
leading merchant of Troy, and buys
his goods In Waco.
Tom W. Hownrd, 0110 tho most
populnr advance agents who ever
made tho acquaintance of managers
and reporters, arrived this morning
to prepare for the advent of Goodyear,
Cook & Dillon on tho 27th.
Tho Garland will bo orowdod whon
Goodyear, Cook and Dillon's mln-
Vegetables, frosh from tho city and
suburban gardons, aro still plentiful
Tho ladles will glvo a grand fair In
about two wooks, to raiso funds to
finish paying off tho Indebtedness
of tho Catholic ohurch.
Preparo for a treat on tho 27th,
Goodyear, Cook & Dillon's famous
mlnstrols will be haro.
Tho brick work of tho Cotton Holt
passenger depot Is finished and tho
roof-timbers aro now bulng Jlttod In.
Tho roof will hoof slato.
Tho comont crossings may fill tho
bill and thoy may not. At least they
will allbrd n temporary rollof, and
that will bo grateful toalong-suiroring
Tho United States court Is at work
ou tho civil docket. To-day bolng do
fuult day a largo numbor af attorneys
and litigants was in attendance to
look aftor their cases.
The district court thin evening
took up tho oaso of Tom Williams,
who is charged with tho theft of two
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I M'830Url Pacific- dopot, last sprlug.
1 Alllt lw knllin IlimituHlvn nltlvnn
UvimtH t i,w wimi. im hmnmn ,.r
those bids for n wator work system
which thn nnunml nnnimlLtm nnnnnd
B6mo wooks ago. Ask us somothlng
Dross Untlons nnd Fancy Gomp Hrnids to match, at prices that cannot bo
Ladles' Knst Mack lloso, nt 25o pair, would bo u bargain at 45c.
Ladles' Kid Gloves In all colors at 50c a pair very cheap.
Children's Mittens, for 15c, 20e, and 2oc a pair.
Ladles' Jlomstlohcd Ilnndkorchlcfs, at fio, 10o and 15c.
lino assortment Ladles' Handsome Eiubioldercil Hnndkoiohlofs, at 25c,
50c, 75o, $1.00 and $1.50.
A Splendid Lino of Oorsots, at 60c, 60o and 75o.
Ladies' Cnshmoro ScarfB, at 76o, $1.00, 81.60 ano 82.00. Thoso aro
actually tho hlghost bargains in tho City.
A. S. HABER.
If you want tho best and only re
linblo woathor strip that's niado for
protection against cold, dust and rain
buy llrowno's patont motalllc, at
Ilorsfull fc Cameron's. Excluslvo
agents for Waco.
lNiwilcrly Will lie Klcvtcil.
Indianapolis, Nov. 22. The ques
tion of elections still agitates the
minds of delegates of the knights of
labor Kcner.u assembly, everyone
now acknowledges the certainty of
Powderly's re-election, and his choice
for other positions will be the choice
of the convention. Jno. W. Hayes,
the present general-secretary, and
Mrs. L. N. Parry will undorbtedly be
re-elected in charge of the woman's
work, and Richard Griffiths, ol Chica
go, may continue to serve as general
worthy foreman. Powderly's nomi
nations for members of the general
executive board cannot so readily be
predicted. A Canadian member is
desired, and Wm. Wright is the man
whom the northern delegates will sug
gest. From the south there is also a
request for representation on the
board. McGuire and Ailsworth, of
the present board, and O'Reilly, of
New York, and Hugh Capenough,
have been considered liable to be se
lected. The lire Ilccrcouitiliiiilioii.
St. Louis, Nov. 22. The senate
investigating committee met at 11
o'clock this morning. The first wit
ness Was T. L. Leonard, of Saline
county, one ol the largest importers
of stock cattle in Missouri. He said
the cattle markets were paralyzed by
the dressed beef men, who had secur
ed control. There was no competi
tion in the market between buyers.
He advised the system of local in
spector, which he said would make
innumerable markets instead of two,
as at present. Manderson asked what
would be the effect of a law passed that
no meat should be sold for consump
tion unless it was inspected?
Witness I think such a law would
prevent Texas men from sending to
market cows as lean as hounds.
Senator Plumb asked witness if he
thought the price to the consumer
was lower than it was formerly, when
there were no packing houses?
Witness I don't think that the
price we get for our live beef will jus
tly the price the consumer pays.
About a dozen witnesses were ex
amined to-day. All the testimony
thus far goes to show that the dressed
beef people have formed a combina
tion to kill off the small butchers and
thus obtain control of all the beef
business of the country. A witness
from New York made the statement
that the western dressed beef interests
controlled thirty -three per cent, ol
that market, but that the prices are
the same as those of the butchers.
Gcurro'.lty of Millionaires.
Stephen Girattl gave eight million
to Girard college, Asa Packer (rave
thrco million to Lehigh univcr&kv. J.
15. Colgate gavo 01100,000 to JIiidLon
university, Gcorgo I. Sency pave
8150,000 to thoWcslovan univoiity;
Benjamin Bussy gave "half u million "to
tho Howard university; Cornelius
Vandorhilt jravo $1,000,000, nnd Will
iam II. 5500,000 to Vanderbilt uni-"
versity, and tho family lately gavo an
other million to further medical
scienco; Leland Stanford gavo $20,
000,000 to establish n university in
California, in memory of his deceased
son. Johns IlopUius gavo over Ihroo
million to tho university that bears his
name, ami pus jor oenevoient pur
poses amounting to over eight million.
0nco a Week.
For a good hot and cold lunoh nnd
oystors lu'any stylo go to tho White
Elephant, Goo. Delhi, manager.
Buy food alDuvall's 300. Franklin.
Goodycar.Cook & Dillon on tho27th.
who nro wkak, Mnivoi'g and
iikmlitatkii and Buttering Irom
nnutuun OHUI.ITi, BK.MINAI,
WKAkNKS, Nlllliri.V KMIHXIONH
and all tho ellects or early i. 11.
HAiUTS which lead to I'uksia-
TUI1K 1IKCAY, COVSIIHI-TIOV or
SStMfA'M ruAy','" i'nicuim iw
.-..Amu, senu lor rears' 'irea-
l,..Vuro1K,UBJ?nlm, Xor"ronopoy.i 8. 1'ka(
luuiiiiuuit Liiunii ni. Mtariti in n1......
in mo city.
Tho Waco Furnlturo Company hns
just received a solid car load of reed
ami rattan cnairs, nuisueu in vjucrry,
Oak and othor colors that aro hard to
Tho fine t Mlnco Meot in tho land at
Fresh Oystors at Mrs. Ed. Whlto's.
Lcavo orders with Crippon's if fat
beef is wanted.
DoWlol's ladles' nnd gents' oyster
parlor crowded day and night.
We nro soiling chairs ns cheap lis
50oU. You aro right Waco Furnlturo
Dr. S'innders, Dentist. 502J Austin Ao
W. It. Matthows deals in paints
wall papor, window glass and all
kinds, of paintors material. f
Tho best brands of scissors and
shears at Horsfull & Camoron.
We aro selling seven ploco parlor
sots, upliolstcd in plush for 135,00.
Waco Furnlturo Co.
Sign writing a specialty with W.R.
Matthews south Third street. t
The finest of fat mutton nt Crippon's
No yearlings but sure enough veal
at Crippon's mnrkot.
Honncssy's Imported Fronch bran
dy just recolved from Bordeaux nt
Cotton Exchange. t
We aro soiling mnrblo top bed room
sots for $23.00. Waco Furnitur Com
pany. Choice steaks from 0 to 8 cents at
Iilddlo's cash market on tho square,
l'eoler's Corn Itcmover takes off corns with
out pain or scar. No Cbue o 1'ayI
Th grandest exhibition of tho season
will bo tho Waco Furnlturo Co's
opening ou the 2Gth iiist.
Bemember tho barbecured mvali at
Kiddle's cash market
Nothing but tho freshest grocorios
kept at Stolto Bros.
Lovinski & Lowlno carry tho finest
stock of gold and sllvor watches at
Kirt Itlddlo keeps the Caxh Market
on the square saves you from forty
to fifty por cont on your moat. t
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, .-'.' Austin Ave.
For flno watch, Clock and jewelry
repairing go to tho old rollablo Lo
vinski & Lewino. t
You will save 20 to2o per ct. bv
buying from the wholosalo and retail
owolors, Lovinski & Lewino. t
J. L. Borgstram, has now Instru
ments to do his work. J. C. Dean old
Frosh Holland Herring at Stolto
Go to W. D. Jackson nnd got a pho
tograph of yoursttli and chlluron.
Whon you nood money or havo
money to spond go to Unolo Dull'
Now arrival of frosh nmokerol at
A nice lino of jowolry and lino
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
W. 11. Matthows will paint
hou&o at a prlco to suit you.
If you would bo happy go to W. I).
Jackson for photographs.
Insuroyour property with Meek
& Filzhugh, ollleo in PacHto Ex
pross ollleo, -1th St. "
Wo aro soiling sldo boards as cheap
as $11,00. Waco Furniture Company
Now crop Louisiana malasses extra
flno at Joo Thompsons.
feeler's Cholera Mixture will euro cranm
colic, cholora morbus, dlarrhcea nnd lint. War
First quality of Ham Sausages just
111 nt muiie xiros.
Takon up hylf. G. Hall, 0 miles
aouth of Waco, on tho Itivor road.
Ouo sorrel Jllloy, about two years old,
tho tip or tho loft our split ana hrand
dod S and a cross connooted, on left
shoulder. jw j7
IIATTEHS AND FURNISHERS,
Sole Agents for the Dunlap Hats.
Leather Valises a Specialty
WASTKH. good cigar drummer Tor city.
Apply Xo. ll.'l, South Fourth Sticet. II
17Oll SAI.K A compUto Newspaper Plant In
' iKoodlhetowi, good ri-ason Tor sellint!.
Price S.tHl. Address, J. O. Iamiio,
JIo 17, Archer, 'e.as.
"I7"ASIUSG Glass windows Torsion) lmll
V dlnirs residence's, churches and other
buildings. Address U. II ltcd Uck through
the post olllcu, jou will hu pronptlv waited on.
WAXTKD. lo buy old lumber,
IpOll SH.K Chambers' Kimclopcdlu, latest
" edition, new, at hair its aluu. For par
ticulars call atornddrcts tlds oilke.
- ,4 TJIHTICJ Wo hnu old papers cc
. Al Jlilnia stanllj on hand a
ies wanting tliein run get them at u harguln
by applying nt the hcnliig Miwn unite, -o.
ol:! Austin Uenuu.
TYT ANTED. To buv some soeond-l.and
VV household and kltehln lurnlture, must bo
oragood uualitv. Address W. M II., this
olllcu. 2w HO.
"TTANTK11 To rent or purchase nnlnUlid
V V c
TTIOIt SAI.U Or rent, cottmjc, fourrooms and
J hall good tistern and barn. Apply to C.
1'. Sav.u h 119 south 3p street,
TTTAXTEH Fmiihument bv n little bov li
W j ears of age, willing to do nny Kind of
worK. .Auurcsti carucui iwuiiuui ui.fi .mibuu
street, Webush building.
rr0 IIKNT. Pmall three room house on Fifth
I street, near old Uimersltv grouuds. An-
PlytoJ. T. Urown. Uth and Jellerson or NewS
A ItAUGAlN A heating stovo
XV ana springs lor sale cniap
ppl at tliis
Foil N.VI.K 100 acres of land, oil in llnecul
tlntion nnd lain excellent unsture all tin
tier a good fence. Farm is sltuii ted about to miles
lde out-buiidiuirs. barns etc. cood cistern and
irom waio. nas soou lour room uwenmir. am-
splendid tank uf water. Will tl&dlfor good
TTOU SALE New wagon and span of liorscs
.!' goon Harness noises, single or uonuio.
Auurces.i. r. lomgomery, jio :ir.i, tvaco,
l'ens, or at Nc.s ollleo. A bargain. tl
T OST. A memorandum book between Her
I Jliens & Castles and W.v o creek, on soutn
Fourth street with the iinmeofIt.il Jones In
it In se en places. Finder m 111 jdcisoreturn
10 jienrens .t i-asiicB or mo new - allien ami u
rewarded. no tf.
ITOK SALE Ono book cac, 1 step ladder,
J tables, 1 four horse englno, lour hentii
stores and nine. :i desks, bowl and ultclir
wash stands, half dozen chairs, Cellgraph type
writer, ollleo railing and counter, patent letter
uiea. i tiuii saie, i sioro counter, .u,uoo om
SOJIE SPLENDID INVEST.MEMS.
llfl Wall Street, Waco, 'loxas.
Nissan, longin Et W.,
COR. AUSTIN & Stii STS.
TKKl' Constantly m n,
aii KiniiH mriti:sir meath.
EISII and OYSTERS a neclalty. I'romnt
Wo aro recthlng tho largest and best sole
ted i lock for our fall trade that has over con
to Waco, comprising In part, Dolls, Toj
wagons, nycicics, in tool eorytning In tli
A beautiful lino Jfor i!3 cents each, In Hi
leslgns. Lamp wicks li for 10 ctB., Ian
New Window Shades.
Etrn heny linen sliades on spring roller
hnndiomo dado at "icts each; Holland shsil
on spring rollers 7 feet long, SO cts each. The
iVn extrn lnrgo comfort, good material, 7,1 ct
a better one for $1.(0, worth fcl.M). Men
goodjeans pants, 75 cts. Extra heavy ran
oerslilrt3 .Mi. Sidendid knit undershirt Kiel
Good Canton flannel drawers 25 ctB, linn
seamless hose 10 cts n pair. Turkey red tal
cloth w arr.uitcd fust color 35 cts per j ard
Cheap Ueeful Things.
llrown's Indies shoe dressing, tho best mo
loc per bottle Molasses pitcher, spring U
lr.c Good full sl.u hotiBo brooms 15 c
Heay lintehetMct-i. Tough steak pounder 1
pure steel kitchen knife 25. 0 largo bars pt
Cnstllu soap 25 cts. llottlo best glue 10 e
largo covered bucket 10 cts. 24 shoots ti
best note paper 10 cts. llottlo Ono ink 5c
Muctlago Ms n bottle. School baskets, tlat
pencils, tablets, etc., at tho
5 AND 10 CENT STORE,
nil Austin street, between Fifth and Six
GROOEBIES AND PRODUCE
Delivered in any part of tho city. Incrca
trade assures all of our groceries te bu freil
Corner Fifth and Austin
CHEAP CASH MAltKE'
.T. J KIDDLE
Keeps the Choicest nud Fattest Me.
in the City. SoitHiSide L'ublicSqr
Cholco Porterhouse. lOciCholce roast
Uio ce loin 10c Second cut roast.
t.iiuiLu ronnu Mtfc I'nnck roast.
Spare ribs 12fcl
A NEW DEPARTURE.
FKKSII DAKBECUED MEA
Evory day direct from tho kiln, and
lellv ercd at your rcsldcnco.
OT. J. BIDDL
IJ. H. Graj
STAPLE AND FANC1
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Et
Couutry Proance Bonarifand SoM
II. A. GOUUEL.
BANK. STORE 8AL0C
OO. OS I'm, Ml n S.. HOUSTON. TE
SOUTH SEVENTH BETWEEN AUSTIN A
PRANK TVORTIIAlff, PKOP
This house hns been lately fltt
I, and Is prepared to accon
date moro guests than oyer.