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lWACO evening news.
WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1888.
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DON'T Th THINK
Jt is about time to pet your boy a new
xlSUIT OF AoTHE8?l
MNiw Ichool Suit, dp New Sundiy Suit?
If so, we have just the suit you want
in precisely the color desired, inex
actly the right size and at the very '
price you wish to pay.
We Can Suit Everybody!
Both Parents and the Boys.
And guarantee that you can't be better suited in the
South. . We have the only Exclusive Boys
Clotiiing Department in the City.
We lay Particular Stress on oar line of Snits Bnwbt on Especially
for opeeic iw.
The "lloiiffli mid Tumble" Scotch Cnssimcrc BuitH are Absolutely
the Best Goods in the Market anil are sold at only $4.00 a
Suit. Every one Guaranteed not to Rip ami Fully
Worth $0orwo will Give Your Money Back.
0UR LINE OF BOYS' DRESS 3UITSI
CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN QUALITY, STYLE OR MODERATE PRICES
We have jUBt received a largo line of Boys' Colored Perealo
Shirt Waists in Winter Colors, and will sell them at; 26 cents
each. Also a lino of Boys' Knee Pants from 60 ots to 81.60.
Handle or purchase everything In tho Produce lino, mid respectfully ask our friends
to call or make consignments. WXiuarautrr lull Market Price and Sat-
l.dHlioii In i:vrr I'urtlculur. Try us and be convinced,
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john i. :may:ei:eivt,
BAHKEq 1 PAWNBROKER.
John D. Majfleld wishes to state to the people that he lends money on Household Fur
iiHure, Trams, lluggles, Carriages 1'latol., Musical Iiitriiiiieut, and all other articles
of value, with or without removal, and for as long time as the Interest Is kept paid. Also
buys, sells and exchanges railroad tickets, discounts notes, lends on all Tegular banka
ble paper, real estate, etc. A full lino or unredeemed pledges for sole. On $10 deposits
12 per cent. Interest allowed. Austin street near the plaza,
o-TtyE TexeiiSeiilngs-liDiii flsiacli(lon.-o
Announces, through Its secretary, Mr. Jno. I). Maj Hold, that it now has every chare
In Its 100,(HO stock in force. That It has bought and built for the pcoplu of Waco, during
the past year, thlrty-sK homes. The association w 111 buy you a home If you only have a
small amount of the purchase, lirice top-ay and will allow you long time on the balance,
with small monthly payments. '
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IheTloMef to the selection of Airr Pattxrw Illustrated in any number of the MBgazlne and ntAWT
o m wit manufactured, each valued at from W cents to 30 cents, or ovtr 83.00 worth of pjtterni
JeSv'Eubscrlptlon. 2.00. A trial will convince yon that you can get ten times tie valtti
Of tbo U9BJ Pl filnglo copies (each containing rattera Order), JO cents.
Published iyW. JENNINGS DEMOREST, New York.
- 'Tbo aboTO combination Is a splendid chance to opt our paper and Dmobmi'i Mosimx at
atduM&nte, ecod your sabtcriptlous to this office. p
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
I have Just received a most elegant line of Im
ported and domestic goods for the I nil and win-i-ipr
trade, which is now open-for inspection,
3 -nd at prices never before heard of. I employ
none but llrst-clas workmen.
Satisfaction guarantee on ctitj thing you
bpy at l'eeler'i Drug Store,
- gf. GAY,
Will Pay for 12 Months Subscription to
Waco Evening News
Domorest's Monthly Uagtuiiio.
A WONDERFUL PUBLICATION.
Many snpposo DEMOREST'S MOXTHX.T
n h,, . oJ, Inn mfifTizlnn. This Is a creat nutake.
T. ..nAnh,.llw Knnlilm flm finest fashion Da-
nnriiENT of any magaslno published, but this Is
the case from the fact that great enterprise and ex.
perlenco aro shown, so that each department la
equal to a mncazlno In Itself. In Doom nH you
Beta dozen machines In one and I sccur-i amuse-
men t anil instruction iur mu """ '"""'!
and la ill
mufclm. It llm MODEL MaUACINK OF AMMCA.
L.. ..,... ..Atitnltlflfll'ATTKRN Ordkr L-ntlUlnff
THE WHITE ELEPHANT
NEWLY FITTED AND FURNISHED;
Airiest Md Handsomest Saloon in tH CUy.
FINEST WIHES, LIQUORS, fcCIOARS,
Pollute anil Skillful llnrtniiern.
All llio Faroritu l'roliililj
J. r. WILLIAMSON.
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I. Mil &
Ten Thousand Dollars Worth of Cloaks
at Less Than the Cost of Manufacturer. !
Our Buyers Closed out the Entire Stock of
a Manufacturer at about 60 cts. on the Dol
lar and we Propose Selling them on the
RFAOY FOR INSPECTION,
And Ladies are Most Urgently Requested to
call at once while the Stock is Full.
Hundreds of Cloaks for Misses and Children
AT 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Cor. Stl tiixcl Austin. Sts.
PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S PRO
CLAMATION. Thursday, November 29th to be
Observed by the Poople of the
United States with Thanks
giving and Prayer.
Washington, November i. Pres
ident Cleveland gave to the press to
day his Thanksgiving proclamation,
which is as follows:
Constant thanksgiving and grati
tude are due from American people
to Almighty God for His goodness and
mercy which have followed them
since He made them a nation, and
vouchsafed to them a free govern
ment. With loving kindness He has
constantly led us in the way of pros
perity and greatness. He has not
visited with swift punishment our
shortcomings, but with gracious care
He has warned us of our dependence
upon His forbearance, and has
taught us that obedience to His holy
law is the price of a continuance of
His precious gilts. In acknowledge
ment of all that God has done for us
as a nation, and to the end that on an
appointed day the united prayers and
praise of a grateful country may
reach the throne of grace, I, Grover
Cleveland, president or the United
States, do hereby designate and set
apart Thursday, the twenty-ninth day
ol November, 1888, as a day of
thanksgiving and prajer to be kept
and observed throughout the land.
O i that day let all our people stiipend
their ordinary work and orctioations
j and in their accustomed plare of wor
ship with prayer aau songs ot praise
render thanks to God lor all His mer
cies, for the abundant harvests which
have rewarded the toil of the nus
bandman during the vear that has
passed and fur the rich rewards that
have followed the labors of our peo
ple in their shops and their marts of
trade and traffic. Let us give thanks
for the peace and for the social order
and contentment within our borders
and for ou." advancement in all that
adds to our national greatness; and
mindful of the afflictive dispensation
Vith which a. portion of our land has
been visited, let us, while we humble
ourselves before the power of God,
acknowledge His meicy in setting
bounds to the deadly march of the
pestilence and let our hearts be chas
tened by sympathy for our fellow
countrymen who have suffered and
who mourn, and as we return thanks
I for all the blessings which we have
received from the hands of our
Heaventy Father, let us not forget
that He has enjoined upon us charitv,
and on this day of thanksgiving let us
generously remember the poor and
needy, so that our tribute of praise
and gratitude may be acceptible in
the sight ol the Lord.
Done at the city of Washington on
the first day of November, 1888, and
in the year of the independenc of the
United States 113.
In witness whereof I have here
unto signed my name and caused the
seal of the United States to be affixed.
By the president :
T. F. Bayard,
Sec'v of State.
Chicago, Nov. 1. A sad accident
occurred at rifle range' at Highwood
yesterday. Company F, of the First
Regiment was at target practice. Sev
eral shots had bceen Tired without be
ing marked, when one of the men was
sent to see what was the matter. On
reaching the rifle buttis he was horri
fied to find that one of the shots had
struck the marker, a young boy named
Bondc, killing him instantly.
lleMttiiit Conrhea by Ntciim.
A liian Y, N. Y., November 1. The
report of the late action of the rail
road commissioners in the matter of
the application of a number of rail
toads for an extension of time to com
ply with the laws in respect to heatin g
tneir passenger cars other than b y a
stove or furnace, kept inside the car
or suspended from it, has been made
public. The Grand Trunk, Long Is
land, Northern Central , Western New
York and Pennsjlvania, Delaware and
Hudson, Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western, Pennsylvania and the Pull
man Palace Car company have been
cranted.an cxtention of time to Janu
ary 1, 1889, in which to comply with
the law. The ,Wagner palace- car
company is ready to conform to the
lav. in this state, their cars being fully
equiped with steam heating. But for
the cars used on western roads which
run into this state, the Grand Trunk,
of Canada, and other lines which have
not as yet adopted steam heating, but
use stoves, instructions arc given to
let the fire die out within an hour of
reaching the state and put the steam
apparatus in operation,
Couldn't Oh Ik In BU Business.
Indignant Old Lady ion Incoming train at
Thirty-ninth street) Ono dollar for carrying
this Mule boy and me and a small trunk from
ous railway ntntlon to another, only three
blocki away Young man, haven't you got
Agont (hri'.ilyi Nonoto speak of, mum.
1 work for an omnibus lino. One dollar,
please. Thank, Baggage, sir! Going any
further thuu Chicago) Chicago Tribune.
A Dutiful Son.
KntliiT ci strlctdlsclpliuuriaii) Why didn't
J on toll mo my coit was burning!
Bon You told me novor to interrupt you
whou Jim were rending aloud. Life,
Trlilo Him a Tall.
A fasil.onablc church w (Hiding among somo
kummer sojourner wns n Juno occurrence In
a littlo New England villngo. Tbo high bnnd
nith which tiling were carried on aroused
the jeulomy mid 8harenod the tongues of
the ualiw element, whose highest idea of a
marriage ceremony had always apparently
l-cen to run over the border and havo the
knot tied unknown to one's friends.
SomcscM-u hundred invitations were sent
through the postolllce, mid ere long the ac
knowledgments begun to arrive.
"Waal, 1 snnnl" tbo country ostmaster
nos heard to chucklo to his j oung anil green
assistant. "1 reckon thls'Il toko down the
0 h a ieg. If here ain't nil their invites
ai-omln' Imekr' Hm-pcr's Buznr.
N'i Yellmr IVver for lllm.
Citizen (to Undo llnktiiKj You'10 mora or
less fnmilinr with yelloiv fover, aren't you,
Unclu Ilnblus icoufldcutl) ) Yes, snh. I
knows all about ilo j'nller fever, l'sesoeu
thousan's ob ensej.
Citizen Well, there's a tdck stumper up at
the hotel and his case looLs like jellow fover.
Wo want j-outoc-omo up aud give as your
Idea ot it
Undo Uustus (turning ghastly pale)
U'lm-u-tl I usjd to know all about yullcr
fover, but 1 uouhln't know now if it was
j-ullcror gieeii or white, Unso j-ou seo, Kali,
1'so bc.Mi color blind fo' mo'n fo'teen j-ahs.
Ami uncle Uustus hurried awaj New
Mrs. Ywgcr Where were jott employed
"I was do wnsli lady for Mis. Kurnql Jones
what libs on itobinson hill, but I quit her,"
leplied Mntlldi Bnonball.
"Old j-ou huvu any words with her when
"Wo didn't pei zactly hab 1111 words. I jess
mhjI.u to her as ono lady mout tpoko tor uu-tlddci-."
A Tlroumio (jame.
Lieut. Goldhrnid (who is cnjoylnc on the
porch n delightful conversation with Miss
Smith, but who i somewhat annoyed by the
Picmmico of youns Hobby) Don't you get
til eil at times pinyiug, Hobby?
Bobby Yes, hlr; tired of the game I'm
plaj ins now-
Lieut. Ooldbruld Wliut gamo Is that?
Ilobbj- Ma calls it propriety. Now York
A Chung In Appetite.
"Ma," said Bobby, "can't I havo some pep-(K-rmlnt
tea bufuru I go to bud"
"Certainly you can, Bobbj". Tho doctor
says jou can huvo all j-ou wunt. It will do
you lots of good."
"Well, ma," continued Hobby, after a
thoughtful muso, "why can't 1 have some
thing else to drink to nijsbM" New York
Itunntonnnr In Summer.
. Btatbtruck, tho uctor, a natural-
"But what. tlsRi, is he doing with that ml-cra-copof"
"Ho Ij hcuidiln: for lust bc'json's salary."
Tim Lower Order.
A mini icccntly found dead in Indiana bad
un uncontrollable mania for (.tailing women's
sinus, and no less thuu fifty pairs wcro found
In hid but. Ho was what might bo appro-iiri-ituly
called n pretty "low down" thief. In
ilio d.ibsof 1-1 lluiliaU, bo wont to tho foot
cAcry tuno. NorrUtown Herald.
(ji'aftun Good Ileal ens, I'uwclral, bovyou
caw 11 htark, ktariu mad Why, you'vo
shaved tho top of jo.ih hcjd us smooth as a
billiard tall I
Von Dub oHj- Aw, daih fvlluh, I'm only
follow in;; tbo fashion of tho cmceu'u heir, j'
lluslnrH Is ISinduess.
First New York rolicomun Thut feller
with tho big double team is driving kind o'
I'lvuIcs, ain't lie
tt.-i-ond I'oliccuian Naw. That ain't rock
lessness; that's builnes.1. Ho hauls fvr a
crutch luctorj'." Philadelphia Uecord.
After the Vacation.
Coles Back from tbo country I
Coles Feci rocrultodf
Boles Haveu't been back long enough to
foel tho benefits yet Life.
In Serious Trouble. ,
"I toy, Fwcd, l'vo Iweii terribly annoyed.'
"Why, Charley, what can bo rhe tnuttorH
"1 met tho pretty UoLttison today about i
p. in., and I'm bauged, l-'wed, if I didn't
havo 011 a. in. scarf on". New York Bun.
Grout bargains in unroJoemod
pledges at your Unolo DufrDouitiau's
opposite tno AieiiOiianu 110101.
The large and elegant
Formerly Belonging to
Will be thrown ooen
to the public
TUESDAY OCT. 9.
REMEMBER THESE GOODS
Mist he Si !
TO SATISFY CRED
THEY ARE BODND TO GO !
Immense cuts in prices
have been made. Nev
er has such a choice
stock been offered so
low. Come and take
advantage of the bar
LEWINE BROS. STAND.
Austin & llt!i Sl
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