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GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL
GRAND CHALLENGE SALE.
We are determined to reduce our Stock to the
owest possible amount by January 1st, and
to do this we Offer everything at
PROFIT WRECKING PRICES.
7YE CHALLENGE ANY DEALER IN TEXAS TO DUPLICATE
jj OUR TRICES. IT CANNOT AND WILL NOT BE DONE.
WE GUARANTEE EVERY PRICE TO BE THE LOWEST
EVER MADE ON THE SAME QUALITY OF GOODS.
WE HAVE THE LaRCEST ASSORTMENT IN WACO OF
COOD STYLISH WRAPS OP ALL KINDS. WE HAVE
CUT PRICES UNMERCIFULLY.
Lot 2 A Good $3.00 Cloak,
child's and Misses' sizes,
Lot 4 Handsome- Cloak, Mis
ftcs' sizes, Cnpt or Hood
Hood attached u $4.50
vnluo, at $2.00.
Lot 9 ThesoLots Inoludo somo
of tho handsomest Goods
shown this season.
Lot 12 Imported Cloaks and
elegantly made, values
$12.00 to$14.00,our prlcos
aro $.75 and $0.25.
$40 ixx Caslifo? $20.
BEAUTIES AND BARGAINS FOR SOMEBODY.
Wo liavo a nuinbor of lino Cloaks and Wraps sout to us as Samples.
uro tho finest and most stylish Goods made tills soasou
by manufacturers. They are too flno for this
markot, being worth from $30 to $40,
and to make sure and quick salo
wo mark them $18 to $24.
Tnllor-mado Coats for $4.00 to $10.00.
, Finest Short Wraps for $7.00 to $20.00
All-Wool Jerseys at $1.00.
Good Brown Domestic 5 cts a yard.
Lorndalo hleachedDomostlc 8)c a yd
A good cotton llaunel 5 cts a yard.
Hoavv Tovlll red flannel 17c a yard.
Medicated red flannol 13 cts a yard.
Wool yarn, all colors, 75o a pound.
Mon's seamless wool socks 25c a pair.
Child's seamless wool hoso lOo a pair.
WE CHALLENGE COMPARISON OF PRICES.
GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL
CHEAP CASH MARKET,
J. J ltlDDLE
Keeps the Choicest and Fattest Mcnls
In the City. South Side Public Sqr.
Cholco Porterhouse. 10c
Choice loin 10c
Choice round "$8c
Choice rib "jic
Chuck steak Oc
Spare ribs 12Jc!
Choice roast So
cond cut roast i.c
Chuck roast 5c
Brisket roast no
A NEW DEPARTURE.
FKESII BARBECUED MEATS
Every day direct from tho Uln, anil
Jelh ered at your residence.
' J. J. BIBDI.Z:.
Stolte - Brothers,
GRO0BBIE3 AND PRODUCE.
Dollvered In any part of tlio city. Increased
trado assures all of our groceries to lo frcBh.
Corner Fifth and Austin Sts.
R. JEL. Gtiray
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc.
Country FroinceBouRliUaM Soli:
If you want a tender Boofstoak, a
goou pork chop or snusago scasouou
TerfeetloX (Wltir lO bunccH to
tho pound), cull on or send your
order to J. II. Smith & Brother, 423
Vrnnklln Htrnnf. Mnnt. Mmltot nml
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Lot 6 All sizos, $7.00 valuo,
for $4. 15.
Lot 6 Strictly this season's
Styles, woll-mado nud
perfect lit, $9.00 is tho
valuo of valuo of this lino
of Cloaks, our prlco is
Lot 16 This "Wrap cannot ho
bought olsewhoro for
less than $18.00, our
prlco is $13.50.
IOt 18 Elegant Goods, woll
mado and very stylish,
$25.00 valuo, at $17.25.
Cotton Jerseys at 50 Cents.
Fancy Cotton Jerseys at 75 Cents.
Children's Jerseys in Black & Colors.
A good heavy white blanket 85 cts.
Heavy red wool blanket $3.00
A good grey blanket $1.25.
Heavy brown blankot $1.05.
A red good Comfortable 05 cents.
Fine blankets $2.60 to $0.00.
Fine fancy Comforts $1.75 to 2.75.
I Ladle's fc Misses' seamless wool hose.
SOME SPLENDID INVESTMENTS.
J. Ji, (11I.MER A CO.
100 Wall Street, Waco, 'lexas.
Milan, Mopgin ft CO.,
COR. AUSTIN & 8tu ST8
All kind or irf.nii meath.
.P" and OSTEIIS a ipeclalty. VromDt
' ST.'ilSHJ" 2a.W- t do i
c'Ht uwu nirui'i.
WE have some dress Goods which we in
tend to sell the coming week, the
prices are CUT that there is no chance for
any competition to touch them. Notice a
few of the Clippings.
42-lnch DreBS Flannols for 30o a yard, never eold for loss than 60o.
40-lhoh DresB Flannels 37JjjO a yd, no better value oan bo had lor 60o.
Ask to soo our 50-luch Ladles' Cloth for 05c, nnd our 42-lnch Ladles'
Cloth for C5c. Theso goods nro worth one-third moro than our price.
Now stylo wool Plrtlds, In tho newest combinations, lOo a yard, worth 25c.
All orour Ho and 40-cont Cashmoro in black and colored for 22,';C.
Wo have u fo ' pieces of French Fancy Flannols for COc n
yard, tho former price was Too. Wo havo braid to
trim, to match all our Dros Goods, for
just half tho former prlcos.
This Dress Goods Sale will Positively last'One Week only
and the Greatest Bargains of the Season will be Sold.
If you want tho best and only re
llablo weather strip that's mado for
protection against cold, dust and rain
buy Browne's patent metallic, at
Horsfull & Camorou's. Exclusive
agonts (or Waco.
Tho finest Minco Meot in tho land at
Leave orders with Crippon's if fat
beef is wanted.
DeWlol's ladles' and fronts' oystor
parlor crowded day and night.
Tho finest of fat mutton at Crlppen's
You will savo 20 to 2o nor ct. by
buying from the wholesale and retail
owelers, Lovlnski & Lewlno. t
Only first-class barbers aro em
ployed bv Mark Flournov In his Now
McClelland Barber Shop, old post
ofllco building, Fourth stroot.
Wo aro soiling chairs as cheap as
50cts. You aro right Waco Furniture
Dr. Saunders. Dentist, W2)i Austin Ave
W. R. Matthews deals in paints
wall nnner. window glass and all
kinds of painters material. f
The best brands of scissors and
shears at Horsfull & Cameron.
We aro selling seven pleco parlor
sets, upholsted in plush for $35,00.
Waco Furniture Co.
gu writing a specialty with W.R.
thews south Third street. t
No yoarlings but sure enough veal
at Crlppen's markot.
Get your oysters at Joe Lehman's
Heunessy's Imported French bran
dy just received from Bordeaux at
Cotton Exohaniie. t
We aro selling marble top bed room
sets for $25.00. Waco Furnitur Com
pany. Cholco steaks from G to 8 cents at
Riddle's cash market on tho square,
Bemembor the barbocured meats at
Riddle's cash market
Nothing but the freshest groceries
kept at Stolte Bros.
Lovinskl & Lewlno carry the finest
stock of gold and silver watches at
Klrt Riddle keeps tho Cash Market
on tho square saves you from forty
to fifty por cent on your meat. t
Dr. Saunders, Dentist, miy, Austin Ave.
For flno watch, Clock and Jewelry
repairing go to the old rellablo Lo
vlnski & Lewlno. t
J. L. Bergstram, has now instru
ments to do his work. J. C. Dean old
Frosh Holland Herring at Stolte
Go to W. D. Jackson and get a pho
tograph of your sell and children.
Whon you need money or have
money to spend tro to uncle uutt
New arrival of fresh maokerol at
A nlco lino of jowelry and flno
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
W. R. Matthews will paint your
house at a price to suit you. t
Don't fall to havo your oyster loaves
put up at Joo Lohmnn's.
If you would bo havmv so to W. D.
Jaokson for photographs.
Wo aro seUliis sido boards as choan
as $14,00. Waco Furniture Company
New crop Louisiana malasses oxtra
flue at Joo Thompsons.
For a good, clean aud satisfactory
shavo, go to Mark Flournoy 's Now Mc
Clelland Barber Shop.
Go to the now photographer.
1 rOSIl eron GrantinrrlnH nt Tnn
Thompsons 4th and Franklin stroot.
Go to youi Unclo Dutr, the pawn
broker, opposito tho MoLellaud hotel,
uyou need any money or want to
For meals go to Joo Lehmahn.
EVENING NEWS olllco, Franklin
street botweeu 4th and 5th otreots,
in now Jones' building.
Call and seo Edgar & Co.'s new
Cider Mill in Stone's now hotel block,
on 5th street, betweon Austin avenue
and Franklin streets Come and get
somo fresh elder from tho npplos as
they aro ground and prossou. Cider
by the glass, pint, quart, gallon or
barrol at rock prices. Oomo ono, come
all. J. R. Edgar & Co. Im04
Tako Peelers Chill SvtupXo Cube No Pai"
Go to tho reliable Jewelers Levln
skl& Lowlno for flno Diamonds at
Frosh Cream ruffs and Chocolate
Eclairs at Du Weils'.
Louisiana Ntntc Lottery.
Order your tickets from D. Domnau
& Bro.f opposito tho McClelland hotel
Waco, or at Dallas and Tomple. Lib
eral rates to clubs.
Flowers for weddings, funerals aud
parties, in all design. Leave orders
at Perry's confectionery under Paclflo
Best meals served to oysters at
Joo Lehman's restaurant.
Go to Mark FIournoy'sBurbor shop
for good work.
Coal at John Farley's.
Buy your candles at Joo Lehman's
south 4th street,
Tho best assorted fancy coudles at
Joo .Lehman's. '
Best turn-outs In town at Moldor &
All kinds of nuts at Joe Lehmam's
south 4th st.
Waco coal yards, ncrtheast corner
square, convenient for prompt deliv
ery. Hard and soft coal and coke,
Jno. E. Harrigan.
ANTED A situation as driver of team or
work In store have had several vaara
experience good references. Address N. care
or .McUBomce, lvflzl
TJlOtt SALK A complete Newspaper plant In
ju- bkuuu uvo town, goou reason lor selling
Price 200. Address, J. O. Davidson-,
Box 17, Archer, Texas.
TTTASIII NO Glass windows for store bull
TV dings residence's, churches and other
buildings. AddresB It. II. Ited'Uck through
mo post ouice, you win no pronpuv waned on.
TT10P. SALK-Cliamuers' Kiibvclopedla, latest
j.' eitibiuu, new, ui nun us aiue. ror par
tlculars call at oraddreeB this oltlco.
T A T 1 n I ) D We havo old naricrs con.
J. J-L JliXVO stantly on hand and
parties wanting them can cot them at a bargain
uyappmnK at tne evening news omce, no,
oid .xuBiin .&venue
TXT ANTED. To bnv some second-hand
VV household and kltchin furniture, must be
or a good quality. Address W. JI. 11., this
olllco. 2w 100.
TXTANTED To rent or purchase an Invllld
VV chair, at D. Domnau & Ilro. opposite
McClelland Hotel. it
TJOIt SALE Or rent, cottage, four rooms and
j hall good cistern and barm Apply to O,
1. Savace 111) south !lp street,
WANTED-Fmployment by a little boy 15
years of ago, willing to do any kind or
work. AilnroHa Kurnnnt l.uthAm mil' a.i
street, Webnsh building.
rpo Itt.NT. Fmall threo room houss on fifth
X stroot, near old University grounds. Ap
ply to J. T. Bronn, Dili and Jeflerson orNKwS
FOR NAI.K 101) acres or land, SOin flnecul
tlvatlon and 40 in excellent pastnre all un
der a good fence, farm Is sltuuted about to miles
from Waco, lias good four room dwelling, am
ple out.bulldlngs, barns otc.good cistern and
splondld tank of water. .Will trade for good
rcBldcnco prouertv In Waco, address the Nicws
1710K SAI.E New wagon and span of horses
i good harness horses, single or double.
Address J. T. Montgomery, Jlox Slu, Waco,
'lexas, or at New s olllco, A bargain. tf
TTIOrtSALE One book case. 1 step ladder. 4
X! tables, 1 four horse engine, Jour beating
stoves and .pipe. :i desks, bowl and nltflinr
papers and a largo amount of other 'second'
hand furniture. Jao. K. Eluin.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
HATTERS AND FURNISHERS,
Sole Agents for the Dunlap Hats.
Leather Valises .a Specialty.
Cotton is coming in more freely.
The grand old sun is shining out
A drove of twenty berkshire hogs
were driven into town this morning
and sold at six cents.
Rev. Sam P. Wright preached a
magnificient sermon at the nth and
Morrow street chapel last night.
The assiduity with which the city
officials have kept the crossings on the
main stieets perfectly clean through
the long muddy spell has touched a
grateful feeling in the popular heart,
especially among the ladies who have
been enabled to get about shopping
with great comfort'
Mr. Larz, Lewine, leaves this even
ing for Pine Bluff, Arkansas where he
will make his future home. Mr.
Lewine has been a resident of Waco
for nearly twenty j ears where he has
raised a family of industrious and ex-
amplary children. A large number of
friends will wish them good luck in his
The little chapel on nth and Mor
row street was over crowded, last
night as it frequently is. A new and
larger church is in contemplation to
accomodate the increasing attendance.
Those unostentatious mission churches
in the suburbs are doing a fine work
and are becoming an important factor
in religious work. The little church
around the come: has always a strong
hold on the people.
A Novel Entertainment.
Tho Young Ladies Aid society of
tho Christian church 11th and Wash
ington streets, will give an enter
tainment in it few days which will bo
novel, entertaining and instructive.
They have been for a good while pro
paring for tho evant. Tho main
feature will bo tho representation of
Bible scenes, manners, costums and
dress by actors in character and ori
ental scenes will be produced with
detailed accuracy in costuming etc.
Tho idea is a very pretty and attract
ive one and faithfully protrayed as
the orient will be; instruction will go
hand in hand with pleasure especial
ly to Sunday school scholars and
Bible students. Other attractions
will be presented so that the coming
entertainment will be tho hit of tho
season. II was a pretty little miss of
the church whoso genius hit on the
novelty of the entertainment.
The Cars of the Poppy.
The sallow complexion of the people
of China, their emaciated forms and
languid movements attract our atten
tion everywhere along tho river. 1 do
not seo a beautiful fttco or figure, nor
a rosy check; a dead leaden color is on
all faces, old and young, male and fe
male. I look at tho broad, swift river.
I feel the cool, clear brcczo, I gaze at the.
high green hills, tho flowing rivulets nnd
tho wido spreading trees overhanging
the hamlets. Upon tho mountain sides
aro houses and hundreds of workmen;
approach those busy laborers and you
will bee this dcathliko pallor on nil faces.
Tho climato seems tho nemo of perfec
tion along, pleasant summer, with a
cool, ncreeublo autumn nnd bracing win
ter; yet Micro i3 a wont of energy and
lifo nmong tho people. There is plenty
of food, nnd of excellent quality for
China rice, whent, millet, peas, Leans,
corn, oils and fruits of many vai icties
all within the means of tho lmmblcbt
I enter a largo field near a hamlet, by
tho sido of a luxuriant growth of ripen
ing wheat. Tho Held is clean, not a
weed visible; but closo together and four
feet high stand stalks with largo dry
heads, brown nnd decaying now, for
their bright flowers, faded a m6nth ago.
Theso decaying, stalks speak; they tell
mo why tho death pallor U upon nil
faces, from tho Bhiivcled form of ago to
tho bow legged child sitting in the cottage
door. O beductivo iper, curs of mill
ionsl Wha shall daro to stand up in the
presenco or this fust fading, degenerating
people, and say tho o II ij not widespread
Travorbo tho falrett portions of all the
provinces; not the cities alone, but the
quiet, out of tho wuy places are all satu
rated and besmeared with tho black
pasto, oven to the goda. "Wcbtcrn
A I'crfert Poem.
"My dear, your mouth Is n perfect
poem." "Oh, how can you say uich a
thing as thatV" "Well, it la like n pop
ular poem at least. It Ij bo widely led."
And tho matrimonial mercury fell 40
dejrs. nt once. Torre Haute Exm ess.
A CURIOUS PRODUCT.
INTERESTING FACTS CONCERNING
SACCHARIN AND ITS USES.
The Now Sweet Munnfactiircil from Coal
TarUsed Now In Cul.c, Cumly nnd
Clinuipucno What an American Chem
ist finjs Medical fjscs.
Tho curious product from coal tar
known ns saccharin was intioduccd by a
.French chemist two years ago, slneo
when a factory for its production has
leen established in Wcstcrhauscn, near
tho old historic town of Magdeburg, in
Prussia. Saccharin has becomo so for
midable a rival of cano nnd beetroot
sugar for many manufacturing purposes,
that tho producers of these look upon tho
now material with great disfavor. Late
French papers btato that tho French
sugar manufacturers havo begun a cam
paign against it, nnd tho Society of Ag
riculturists havo petitioned tho got em
inent to forbid its manufacture, ns being
prejudicial to tho beet root sugar trade,
although experiments havo shown that
it 13 not noxious.
It has been found that in Its pure ctato
it is difficult of solution, but this defect
is corrected by tho addition of an nlka
lino bicarbonato that is added by small
portions to tho caccharin mixed in tho
water. No heat is employed, as under
tho influence of heat soda will transform
6accharin into salicylic acid. Neither
flies, bees nor other insects will touch
saccharin in any form, but physicians
nre already prescribing it for patients
afflicted with discas.es which will not
admit of their taking sugar. A gentle
man to whom sugar was forbidden tried
saccharin, using it nlono to mveotcn
lemon julco and btcwed cranberries. lie
found that it would not mix, nnd ex
perimented with various things lo rem
edy it, but wns unsuccessful until ho
thought of glycerine; ono dram of cac
charin with ono pound of glycerine,
heated to solution, makes a mixture
closely resembling honey, and ono that
readily dissolves in water, milk, tea,
coffee, wines and liquors.
ITS SWEETENING POWER.
Saccharin i3 used now in cake, candy
nnd champagne. Its sweetening xvor
is 800 time3 greater than that of sugar,
and it has neither tho lattcr's nutritUo
nor injurious properties. It docs not
ferment, nnd is in no way altered by tho
nctionof yeast and other fciments. In
addition to this, it has also antiseptic
properties which mako it useful in pre
serving articles of food. It is a condi
ment, or spice, and should never bo
tasted in its puro state.
A distinguished American chemist,
when asked for somo information re
specting tho now material, said: "Sac
charin is really in many ways a ic
markablo nroduct. It ia rim Kuwrrct
substanco known. One part of it In 70,- --
uw pans oi water will givo tlio water a
perceptibly sweet ta3to equal to ono part
of cano sugar in 250 parts of water, and
a solution of ono hi 10,000 13 intensely
sweet. In appearance, it 13 a white
crystalllno powdor, soluble in 230 parts
of water nt 25 decs, ccntierndo. nnd is
easily solublo in nlcohol and ether. Its
scientific name h benzoyl eulphonic
"Curiously enough, baccharin is In no
way related to the class of i.ugars (carb
liydratcs), cither chemically or physio
logically. It i3 not only unfeiiueutablo,
but it posseaeacn nntt-zymotio action;
that is, it icturda the nmmoniacal fer
mentations in certain t.ecrelions. It is
indigestible, inert nnd non-poisonous,
when taken into tho Ltomaeh, and passes
out unchanged. Theso properties givo it
an important placo in dietetics, phar
macy and therapeutics. When mixed
with tho food of diabetic or obeso
patients it enables them to indulgo in
Bwcetened didiea which oidinarily must
he denied them on account of the Injui i
ous effects of sugar under such condi
tions. a iiamilecj swnnTn.viNo.
"It U a harmless nnd effective- sweeten
ing agent for bitter medicines, und chemi
cal combinations of it with ecvcmI alka
loids, such as quinine, btryihnino und
morphino, havo been employed with
marked bucccss. It Is also Liven with
other tcmcdi.il agents, or i:i pure rolu
tion an on nuti-lcrmcntative medicino
in nrious gastric nnd intestinal dis
orders. "Besides theso medical uses, eaccliaiin
is largely employed in Franco 03 n sub
stitute for fugar in confectionery and
liquora. Ono part of It to 1,000 or 2,000
parts of glueoso (grapo btigar) makes an
equivalent to cano cugar-for confec
tioners' use, nnd ono part of oaccliarin to
8.000 parts of liquid in considered eufli
eient for making sweet liqueurs. Al
together thcio U good icason for tho
concern felt by rjugur producers on ac
count of a Bubstanco, n teaspoonful of
which will convert a barrel of water
into good oyrup and which docs not de
cay, mold or ferment, und has no injuri
ous effect upon tho human system.
"Tho chief diillculty In tho way of its
uso 13 tho high cost of production; but
improved processes will doubtless bo do
vised which will bring its mnrket valuo
to a much lower flguro Mum it now com
mando." Frank Lcsllo'e.