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BEAUTY AND DIET.
WACO. TEXAS. DEC. 81. 1888.
For Sale or Kent, a residence on the
comer of 6th nnd Jefferson streets
fiood cistern, hydrants, two-story
barn and good cellar connected with
'aoiiso. Apply to van Hall.
vrt?isTTvn wuwu ..nn u-n..i,ii..
street between 4th and fltli streets,
in new jones- Duuuiug.
: DB. B. L. MUNBOB,
No. 611 Austin Ave:
The boot black will reap a harvest
The season to tbc city schools, teach
crs and scholars.
Hcres to Waco. May 1889 double
its population and tax hat,
To the sons of toil. May their la
bor bring plenty and their consequence
To tho merchants of Waco. Hero
is prosperity for 1889, big sales, few
stands off, and no failures.
Here's the season to the preachers,
May their churches be filled .with the
deout, and the ears of sinners be
given to their exhortations,
Here's to the city and county offi
cial?. May their re-election in 1890
be the reward of their public service
,in their olhcial term,
Tho compliments of the season to
the doctors. May their skill be testi
lied to by convalescents and their bills
uo puiu on presentation
Tho Evening News oxtends the
csmplinients of the season to Its
friends aud patrons, and wishes thern
ono and all a Happy New Year.
To the city councilman. May thoir
industry and labor for the public good
oo better recognized, and any errors
tney may make be treated' with toler
anco instead of auethemas.
Compliments of the season to our
esteemed contemporary, the Day,
May it walk hand In hand with snill
ing prosperity during 1889 nd sub'
sequent years till it reach a circula
tion and Influence equal to its merits,
which will clothe it in purple and fine
linen and make its worthy managers
among the first In the land
Compliments of the season to the
subscribers and advertising patrous,
wjioae generouB patronage has en
abled the News to pass a period of
reditable infancy. Hay 1889 and the
years thereafter fill their barns and
storehouses with teeming plenty and
thlr souls with fatness. May their
customers increase tenfold.thelr cows
give oceans of milk, their hens lay
millions of eggs, seasonable rains fall
ou their truok patches, their bank
books be crowded on the left hand
side, and the genius of prosperity
fnilnl. t.ltU lla .MA AMA.. 11 II..!..
LAWS WHICH ALL DAUGHTERS OF
EVE 8HOULD ALWAYS OBEY.
Messrs. Moldcr & Hean who bought
out tho livery stablo of RiEtrins&Grecn
) have been busily engaged in rearraW-
ng and making additions to that large
establishment. These gentlemen ar
thoroughgoing livery stable men, witlt
abundant capital, and will give a'aew
impulse to the business ifknowlodee
"nd money can do it, making theix
place and 'of the most complete in' th
State. Thfiv will run nn oVrnnaivM
n."ftnavH!nM ..i.ii;-i. l I Ll.ll.
jv ' '"z tBiuunoumeui,, m jargp "
aim tranBter line, and in saddle hoi
t .., WV,UK outnw, young gentiei
will find animals and rigs to m
young lady's heart glad. The Mew
i'luiaer as Hfarn am nice nhliorincrtf
1 -77 . T "oei
, ..wuicu) ana nave set out to run a
fy stable in 'first-class style, and JM
Ping to do it. All those in need ?
jvb iiK auouia gatotacn; leiepoq
y iwi vHwvtva vwmh iw rawvit
fickle. Strong Tea and Overdone Beef the
American Olrl'a Diet Paddinc and Cot
meMea Vaed to Patch Op Marred Beauty.
A Soggcitlon ' Bo.
Flesh texture and tlnt'nerfnrm n mrvif.
important function in fomalo beauty.,
v jux.-rvo onu improve tnem demands
the strictest observance of sanitary laws.
A bad skin, lacking tint, plumpness
and elasticity, indicates wont of good
ness in tho vital or nutritivo system.
Diet, digestion, temperature, open air
exercise, sloop and tranquillity of mind
aro absolute necessities to overy woman
who wishes to keep her youth.
As to diet, It is only necessary to ask
what docs tho average American girl
eat? Sho sits down to a potato and a
pickle, three or four cups of strong tea,
pies, cakes, sweets and fiery condiments.
If she includes beef In her menu it is
only after roasting, frying and grilling
lias reduced It to a state of complete in
digestibility. What Is the result of such
a regime? By tho timo sho is SO, just at
uiu ago nature intended tier to boos flex
ible, as a sapling willow, her eyes are
dull, her teeth yellow, her gums pale,
her lips wan anu: pallid, her ilesh placid,
her skin horny and sallow; In fact, all
tho swell and sap of her womanhood is
either undeveloped or else quenched, de
stroyed, dried out. What then? Tore
pair these unsightly damages sho resorts
to padding, whitewashes, stains and bel
ladonna and kolb for her oyes.
Theso aro a ghastly substitute for tho
burnished clow of health. Onco to in
dulgo in artificial cosmetics Is to bo their
slavo through oil eternity.
TllltEE SIMPLE RULES.
The onco fanious beauty, Lola Montez,
waB heard to say tho only real secret of
preserving beauty lay in three simplo
things tempei anco, exercise and cleanli
ness. ( Peppered soups and stews, gamo pat
ties, ragouts and spices even moderately
indulged in will excrciso deteriorating
effects upon a delicate complexion.
Women who do not restrain their gas
tronomic propensities will ncquiro betoro
30 tho heated, blotched face wo aro wont
to assoclato with "high living," while
tho firm texture of the ilesh and the
supplo uliapo will soon bo replaced by
flabby softness and scraggy leanness.
During my few years of rather broad
and uricgatcd experience studying
beauty and tho habits of its fair pos
sessors, I have known only ono who for
a series of years accustomed herself to
lato hours, constant excitement, brain
work and censurable feasting without
erasing overy trace of beauty. I saw her
looking as dainty as an ivory Isis after
eight years of such perilous self treat
ment as I shudder to describe. Physi
cians consider the caso unique.
Women of nervous and sanguine tem
perament should restrict themselves to
a diet of eggs, milk, bread, salads, fruit,
light broths and tho Crustacea. They
should accustom themselves to drinking
aerated nnd natural mineral spring wa
ters, avoiding spices and condiments,
delicious one) tempting as these fiery de
lights may be. In tho matter of diet,
tho blonde is, by force of physiological
tendencies, constrained to stern self de
nial at table. It is on old saw among
doctors that blue eyes, flaxen hair ana
tho pink and white face mean struma.
Struma is a nrcttier word than scrofula.
but tho condition is the same and quite
as troublesome. Thcso inflammable tem
peraments are congestive, catarrhal,
goaty, and tea, coffee, underdone beef,
oily rood, spices, alcoholic beverages and
opiates concur to produce a general un
healthy action of the skin in dryness,
pimples, blotches and discoloratlons.
Condiments, malt and spirituous drinks
and tincturo of iron thicken tho blood,
giving it color and constituency. The
philosophy contained in the advice of
the export in skin troubles to a lady who
consulted him in reference to' a red nose,
upon hearing her habit to bo a nightly
tipplo of whisky and water, "leave out
tho water nnd your nose will soon bo
purple," is as old as it is reliable.
EFFECTS OF TEMPEBATUBE.
A case which came under my imme
diate observation was that of an ashen
blonde whoso skin was as fair and opaque
as white lead, and whoso hair was unre
lieved by one amber gleam. After an
attack of typhoid fever, which, by the
way, Is an effoctivo purifier of the sys
tem without being more dangerous than
many of tho advertised complexion rem
edies, sho was restored by iron tonics
and liquor, and tho clement theso intro
duced into the blood dyed her chocks
crimson and her now suit of hair a ruddy
gold. There aro temperaments which
are irritated by fish, buckwheat and hot
breads. Hives, soro eyes and annoying
skin disturbances aro tho outgrowth of
For the slender, bilious brunette, whoso
blood Is thin and whoso temperament is
watery, a free diet of underdone beef
and port wine should rcplaco tho severe
regimen of tho blonde. ' Tints, rather
than colors, aro beautiful, and a blondo
of tho ruddy typo should exercise caro in
selecting tonics. Thoso containing red
wino and iron color tho skin to an ugly
brickdust, and I can confidently assert a
natural aperient is moro efficient in cor
recting all disorders of congestion and
circulation, and tho evil consequences of
indiscretion in diet, than its printed
labels claim. When.it la necessary to
renew tho vital energies a two grain
pellet of quinino token every evening for
a month will furnish tho blondo with
strength without increase of clement.
Not only diet, but climate and temper
tare, exert a powerful influence upon
sauty. i no wuito sEins, unmingicd
with chromo or bronzo tints, aro liable
to disorder from sudden changci of tem
perature and imperfect ventilation.
Strong blazes of sunlight and rude winds
re Dotn damaging to una typo of com-
exlon. Winter Is tho season of dlscon
t for beauties ransrhur in this schedule:
the first touch of frost stagnates her
already 'imperfectly circulating ' blood.
She is happiest during tho days of pro
fuse 'perspiration, which is tho very
ejueen of cosmetics. Sudden chango of
atmosphere in a room where tho mcr-
vnasiaucn ten degrees over nignt
been known to produce a thick red
Id climate are main factors of beauty.
ly in rnuaaeipnia xunet,
Gen. Gnat was in Japan the
' minister, desiring to'coaroU-
him br taUUffiMmrtkei hewaa
to command, tried hk band ac tka
;Uah langwaae and aaidi 1tN,bnr
It Is your Opportunity
nnd I want to Bcrve you.
I am closing out tlio Ban
krupt Stock of Boots &
SIioch of Mosor &8on.
These Boots and Shoes
arc good and tho Bank
rupt Price that they are
sold at is an inducement
that overy Man, Woman,
Boy, Mlssey and Child
ought to take ' the ad
vantage of. Come and
give nie atrial, and I will
surely please you. : :
The Men's Stock of Hantowed
Boots -and -Ste
IS QUITE LARGE.
Handsowed Goods lit so
nice, it is a pleasure to
wear them -when yu
buy them at the price
you pay for 9 machine
sewed Shoe. It is need
loss for me to say any
thing moro about these
Men's Hanclse wed Shoes
You come and see them
for yourself and let me
fit you in a Pair. : :
THE LINE OF
Seems to me to be no
end to them. 1 sell
them every day, and
still the- Stock remains
large. Ladies, treat
yourself to a Pine
Shoe at a common
shoe price. I hswe a
large variety of just
such Slippers as you
want to see your fri end
have for Christmas.
istmas - Present,
you cannot please a
Gentleman better than
to present him with a
nice Pair of Slippers, so
come and look at them
and get prices on them.
405 Austin St, WacoTex
JOE A. CLIET0N-,
SELLER AM PttHBt IF TKtt STICK IF
Waco Curiosity Shop.
Waco Curiosity Shop
Has a very large stock on hand, and.
will make special low prices the bal-
1 ' ance of this year.
FOR RENT House of seven
rooms, 909 Dutton Street,
near schools and university.
WACO CURIOSITY SHOP.
FOR SALE-ANo. 1 milch cow
$5,00 'down and $1.25 a
WACO CUS10SITY SHOP,
FOR SALE Cheap Violins,
Banjoes, Guitars and Ac
cordance. WACO CURIOSITY SHOP
AC0 CHRISTMAS G00DS--
at Waco Curiosity Shop.
OR SALE-Cheap Very flne
Bed room sets,
WACO CURIOSITY SHOP
OR SALE-Cheap a nice lot
of Rattan Rockers.
WACO CURIOSITY SHOP.
CHRISTMAS WACO GOODS AND
Goods for Christmas at the
Waco Curiosity Shop.
A NICE Christmas Present for
your wife THE UNION
c 1 1
TRUNKS at the Waco Cur
1 iosity Shop.
Waco Curiosity Shop
Will buy second-hand Goods, or
exchange new for old.
Waco ' Curiosity Shop
Stamping done at Mrs. Dots', t
You want bargains in good reliable
goods, go toE. P. LeDoux, 403 Auatin
Mitchell will not be undersold, t
Mitchell's prices uro tho lowest and
goods the best. t
Buy Mathews' kid gloves with pat
ent lace. Mrs. Doss, sole agent.
Mitchell says prices will tell.
Do you want grooerleu? They must
go; Every artiole by Jan, 1st, 1880, at
the Waco Supply Store. t
Finest quality and latest designs of
quadruplo silver ware at cost.
E. P. LeDoux.
One dollar buys a cart load ot gro
ceries at the closing out sale of Waco
Supply Stores. t '
The best assorted fancy condles at
The cheapest Jewelry and silver
waro at Ell W. Mltohell's. 1
Everv bodv. rich and poor., will
undoubtedly give the loved ones a
present, you can suit your purses at
Morrison Risber & Go's. Presents
new and beautiful, at from $5 to
Patronize Molder & Hearne at the
oldOrand stable north side public
Abandoning, Quitting nnd forever
dig continuing the Great Waco Supply
A fl ue now stock ol watolios, dia
monds ana jowoiry at ueu rue pnter
at Mltc. Wr- t
I not ol 'J sacrifice myself for one,
but dye fox ' "
Dot L 'EettIiE Frenchman,
For a nice ol " uo, Kw "
out. ana polite-Attention, call ftfc Jeff
..1.. .r. . t Un mm Ai.atln Av.
William's Darn muu u .-... ..
enue, near the e vnro.
Everybody shou'M call and see tho
stock of holiday gds t W. 1.
Glenn's book store nd got prices
"Curions'Miow cheap' bey are,
Housekeepers buyic goods for the
holidays will consult tL'ir own inter
est by buying of Chas. j". o h"
cords of buttor, eggs a'-nd chickens,
fresh and nice, at bottom !" Ming
tho leader in thoso lines, has all
tbo fine Christmas grocery gd Be
sides a brand new stock, bo-ugnt noe
the fire. He is makiDg a si weial drive
oa fine faaoy 'candies; of wbiek he has
tie largest aiidlUefc itoek i the elty,
at'diseomattprtleao J '' J-
non't fall WkHintffMrw
Best turn-outs in .town at Molder &
Oo to tho Silver Moon for well
Buv your caudies at Joo Lehman's
south 4tn'8treet, "
Best meals served to order at
Joo Lehman's restaurant.
Jewelry of the finest and latost de
signs, at LcDoux's, 403, Austin ave.
First-class carriages for calls, vis
its, etc., at Molder & Hearne's,
We are seHliisr side boards as cheap
as $14,00. Waco Furniture Company
Fresh crop oranberr les at Joe
Thompsons 4th and Krankn street.
xne vvaco iurnuuro company's
window display Is simply Inimonso.
C. Hyman for cigars and tobacco.
Fruits of all klndsj Louis Llppman,
Leave orders for roses, plants, fruit
and orunmental trees at Perry's Pa
clflo hotel Mock. f
The quail i9 transformed from his
natural beauty to a dolioious dish at
the Silver Moon.
If you want a fine livery turnout
patronize Molder & Hearne's, north
side of the public square.
Watches and Jewelry repairing,
Diamond mounting ;md Eng.av!iu' ut
E. P. LeDoux, 403 Austin avenue, t
My store will be open every night
10 nfnlnnlr until nftar Lha linllnava.
Mrs. B.J. Dots
etc., the Silver Moon is the plaoo, on
iniru street, near me square. t
Dr. P. B. Heugst, physician and
surgeon. Headquarters at William
son's drug store. J
Oysters, ilsh and all kinds of meat,
Including dressed fowls when order
ed at Mason, Morgan & Co's.
The last bargains ever to bo ofl'ered
in Waco by ttie wane auppiy store,
is now going,
Every artiolo must ba sold by Jan
uary 1st, and Tho Great Waco Supply
u tore, forever uisnontinueu. t
John Cooper is dosing out at a
rapid rate the big stock of the Waco
Supply Store-call and 'get bargains;
vjuick ir you want inem. w
mil n liidlnu irtl1 nil 4 UfAWMtuiMi
illsber & Co's. this wook to attend
tbe grand holiday opening.
We have just recleved CO handsome
Bookers, llnlshed in Oak, Mahogany
and Walnut, trimmed in plush and
leather Waco Furniture Company,
For fruit or ornamontal trees, rail on
J. II. Hurwood, at Kvenino Nkws of
fice, Franklin 'between Fourth and
Fifth streets Aspauaouh roots by the
hundred or thousands.
Mr. J. H. Brown.a well accomplish
ed barber, has tbo ..Mark FJournoy
shop now iu charge and solicits the
patronage or an ino om customers, '
A nice Hue of jewelry and fine
waicn repairing specialty at a. J.
If you want a nice dinner, with tur
key, dine at the Silver Moon to-nor-row.
Fine Yaw Dotatoes at B. H. Gray's.'
Call mn tbejr re all gou ' ' .
Get Mltohell's prices. ' X
B. and S. at Cotton Exchange.
For meals go to Joo Lehmahn.
Buy feed at Duval 's 300. Franklin
The ilnest of fat mutton at Crlppen's
El Paso trranos extra oholco at Joe
Dr. .T. It. Ilorctt. dent lit. cornor'Anitln and
Boss' Imported Soda at tho Cotton
The ilnost Mince Meet In the laud at
Leave orders with Crlppen's if fat
beof Is wanted.
No yearlings but sure enough veal
at Crlppen's market.
Got your oysters at Joe Lehman's
Get your Christmas goods lrom Mrs,
Hill Brothers for all kinds of Christ
Call for the Panzy bustle. Mrs " "
Doss, solo agent.
The best brands of scissors and
shears at Horslull & Cameron.
We are solllug beadsteads as oheap
$2.00 Waco Furniture Company.
See the latost novelties in millinery
at Mrs. Doss, South Fourth street, t
The host brands of pocket-knives
and razors at Horsfull & Cameron.
Dod Leettlo Frenchman- Is ready lo
Nothing but bargains at Meek & Co,
Commission nnd uuctlon houso. 318
Hennessy's Imported Fronoh bran
dy Just received from Bordeaux at
Cotton Exobaugo. t :
Best mealsserved to ordor at Mrs
Ed White's restaurant on 5th street.
A fine varloty of sausages and thorn
well soasoned, kept constantly on
hand at Crlppen's market.
A 11 kinds of country produce, eggs, i
chickens and butter at J. II. Shope's."
Austin Avenue. '
TheWaoo Furniture company has
put in threo additional electric lights
for the benefit of those who can not
get around during the day time.
The Waco Furniture company still
extends a cordial Invitation to those
who failed to visit their grand open- '
ing and State fair, to call from now
imtll.aftor the holidays.,
Special attention is called to No.
403 Austin ave. Mr. LoDoux's com- f ,- .
plete stock of line Jewelry, consisting
of dlaraods, watches, bronses. Import- r,
ed and Brass olooks, flne Sllvorware ,
Ao. Ho tells us1 that heta overstocked
and in order to reduce it, hewUlIl.y,
at a great 'red uelloa during poem,
bar. tie win w jiauwvuiu. , .
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