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WACO EVENING NEWS.
WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1888.
Carafe of the Bk.
DON'T YOU THINK
It is about time to get your boy a new
13UIT OF CLOTHES ?
IMiw School Suit, op Hew 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 he better suited in the
South. We have the
Clotiiing Department in the City.
We lay Particular Stress on our line of Suits Brought on Especially
B6R 3cpeii wehc.
The "Rough and Tumble" Scotch Cassiiiicre Suits are Absolutely
the Best Good in the Market and are sold at only $4.00 a
Suit. Every one Guaranteed not to Rip and Fully
Worth $Oorwe ill Give Your Money Baok.
IOUR LINE OF BOYS' DRESS SUiTSI '
CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN QUALITY, STYLE Oil MODERATE PRICES
We have just received a large line of Boys' Colored Feroale
Shirt Waists in Winter OolorB, and will sell them at. 25 cents
each. Also a line of Boys' Knee Pants from 50 cts to $1.60.
I or mnki consignments. We Guarantee Full .Market I'rlie nnd ut
Niactinii In liver) I'nrlltulnr. Try us and be convinced,
istoir-wooid &c Grjrsr.
JOHN I. MYlIErD,
BANKER I PAWNBROKER
John D. Maylleld wishes to statu to tho people that he lends monoy on Homeliold Fur
niture, Team., liuggli , Carrlngei, PMoN, Munlcal IiKtrnmenU, and all other articles
oralue, with or without rcmonl, and Tor as long time as the Interest is kept paid. Also
bujs, sells and exchanges railroad tickets, discounts notes, lends on all regular banka
ble paper, real estate, etc, A full lino of unredeemed pledges for sale. On $10 deposits
12 per cent, interest allowed Austin street near tho plaza,
J-TIi Tcxbi SBuingi-liDin AiiDcii.lon.-x
Announces, through Its secretary, Mr. Jno. D. Majlleld, that it now has every share
In its tlOO,(KO stock In force. That it has bought and built for thepeoplo or Waco, during
the past year, thirty-sit homes. Tho association w HI buy ) on a hume if you only havo a
small amount of tho purchase price to pay and will allow you long time on the balance,
with small monthly pa) ments
fhtliolder to the selection of ANT PaTTXbX Illustrated In any number of the Magazine, and in ant
nr rn sues manufactured, each valued at from 80 cents to 30 cents, or over $3 00 worth of patterns
Yearly subscription, 12 00. A trial will convince yon that you can get ten times tho valas
81 thOBPBsy Ptld. ugle copies (each containing Pattern Order), SO cents.
"Publiehoaby W. JENNINGS DEMUREST, New Yoke.
- Tha atom eomblnatlca is a splendid chance to get our paper and Dimobiit'i Moktult at a
irate Btasjoux luuicnyuuus w iuu
The Fashionable Meroliaut Tailor
I have Just received a most elegant lino of Im
ported and domestic goods for tho fall and win
ter trade, which la now open for .Inspection,
and at prices never before heard of. I employ
none but first-class workmen,
Satisfaction guaranteed on ever) thing yon
bny at Peeler's Drag Store .
only Exclusive Boys
Produce line, and rpsm ctfullv ask our friends
Will Pay for 12 Months Subscription to
Waco Evening News
Bdmorebf iPtfonthly Magazine.
A WONDERFUL PUBLICATION.
Many suppose DEMOREST'S MONTIIIiT
to be a fashion magazine. This is a grest mistake.
It undoubtedly contains the finest fashion Ds
partmint of any magaslno published, but this is
the case from the fact that great enterprise and ex.
perlenco are shown, so that each department Is
equal to a magazine in Itself. In Demorut's you
get a dozen magazines in ortc, and secure amuse
ana instruction lor ma wnois mwuj. it tuu.
including Artistic, Scientific, and Household matters,
and Is Illustrated with original Steel Engravings,
Photogravures, Water-Colors, and fine Woodcuts,
making it the Hodki. Mioizms or Amaici.
jucn copy contains a rATTuro ujwm cuuuiajf
THE WHITE ELEPHANT
NEWLY FITTED AND FURNISHED.
Airiest md Handsomest Saloon In the Git).
FINEST WINES, LIQUORS, & CIGARS,
l'olltlto and Skillful Barkeepers.
All tho Faioiitel'roliilii.
J. P. WILLIAMSON.
Ten Thousand Dollars Worth of Cloaks
at Loss 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
RFADY FOR INSPECTION,
And Ladies arc Most Urgently Requested to
call at once while the Stock is Full.
Hundreds of CMs for Misses andddren
AT 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Lessing, Solomon & Rosenthal,
Cor. 5tl a.n.dL Austin Sts.
Bonham, Nov. 2. Last night H. C.
Bryans, who resides a few miles south
of town, was stabbed and killed by
his own son, Neeley Bryans. Neelcy
Bryans is 1 7 years of age and has for
the last two years been staying around
at different places, not helping his fa
ther. Yesterday he went home and
wanted his clothes to attend a dance
in the neighborhood. His father em
braced this opportunity to tell him he
must come home and go to work or
take his clothes and go awap to stay.
The boy became enraged and told his
father that he had taken as much off
him as he intended to and drew his
kniie. The boy's mother got between
father and son and she thought the
boy had put up his knife, but he had
only changed it from one hand to the
other. When the woman had stepped
from between them the boy rushed on
his father and stabbed him In the arm
near the shoulder, severing an artery.
The old man died in a few minutes.
The boy fled and has not been appre
hended. The neighborhood is greatly
excited and should the boy be captur
ed soon his chance to survive a ttial
would be narrowed down to mini
mum. Broke his Week.
Chicago, Nov. 2. At a late hour
last evening as a car on the Garfield
avenue and state line was passing
Center street, John Miller, a striker,
wearing a drivers' badge of the North
Chicago uuy Kauway company,
threw a stone at the car. The mis
sile struck the dmr anil glancing off
went through the window. An officei
was on the car in citizen's clothes and
jumping 01T fired a shot after Miller,
who started to run away. Just alter
the shot was fired Miller disappeared
and was afterwards found in a hole
with his neck broken. Whin lound
he had a bullet wound in his right
leg and his pockets were fulled with
stones. It is supposed he fell while
making his escape from the officer.
An OutrnKeoiiB Murder.
Savannah, Nor. 2. A special to
to the News says: At Hinesville,
Liberty county, Monday night Wil
liam Hasrison, for inexplicable reas
ons, shot his little niece dead without
warning, while sitting by the fireside.
He then fired at his sister, wounding
her in the hip. She will probably re
cover. Harrison fled, but returned
and admitted his crime, and said he
had attempted suicide by jumping
into a well. Late: he denied all
knowledge of the crime. Harrison
said he had been drinking heavily.
Killed by Ills Wire.
Chicago. Nov. 2. Detective Jake
Lowenstein, a well known officer, was
fatally shot early this morning by his
wife. The deed was the result of
quarrels which the couple have been
having for Kome time. This mornine.
it is said, the vuarrel was resumed,
whereupon the woman pulled a revol
ver and fired five shots at her husband
One passed through the left side of his
head, just above the ear and came
out at the right side. This will in all
probability prove fatal. Another bul
let grazed his breast and another
struck the thumb on his right hand.
Nnpreuie Court Derision.
tyier, inov. 2 in regular session
to-day the supreme court dicided the
following cases: Affirmed Walker
vs. Terry, from Marion; Brown, re
ceiver, vs. Griffin, from Cass.
Reversed and remanded Wright
vs. Lassiter, from Red River; Young
et al vs. Culm, from Bowie.
Reversed and dismissed St. Louis
Iron Mountain and Southern railway
vs. McCormick, from Bowie.
A boy Administers tho lendly Mose.
Bonham, Nov. 2. Developments
in the supposed accidental poisoning
of the Garrison family, which resulted
in the death of Mrs Garrison and the
severe sickness of other members of
the family, which was reported from
this place last Tuesday, are that the
12 ear old son of Mrs Garrison
placed the poison in the coffee for
the purpose of killing his step-father.
The boy has fled and his wheaea-
bouts are at present unknown.
Jackson, Minn.,. Nov. 2. Terrible
prarie fires raged yesterday in Sioux
Valley and Jackson township. Henry
Ray was burned so badly he cannot
live. A lour weeks old baby, a six
teen year old girl named Mollie
O'Connor, a woman and a person,
name unknown, were burned to death.
Groat bargains in unrojoomed
pledgos at your Uncle DulI'Domiiuu's
oppotiiio tno aioiiOllauu Hotel.
The toniest barber Bliop tu town is
that of Jeff Williams, tho old "O. K.
stand, Austin streot. near the square
Ho has four tonsorial artists unsur
passed In tho state, and a nlco cool
room. Evorythlng kept nlco nnd In
tho best of order.
Call at Ham Robinson's, south side
square, and examine his complete
stock of fresh groceries. Ho makes a
specialty of Imported Holland her
rin'', kraut, anohovlos, German Dill
pickles, and Swiss and Llmborger
Young Author (making a call) I mo you
hoo my new book on the table, Miss Earn
.'is Hammeraly Oh, yes, Mr. Preface,
imil wo hnvo found it so Interesting.
Y011115 Author (taking tho book) I notice
somo of tbo leaves nre not cut
Mis.i Ilauimersly Er no, Mr. Preface; we
nro circf ul to keep it fresh as Ions; as pos
sible New York Bun.
Cltizen-That Johnny Ward is the dandy
of 'cut nil IIo outranks every player in the
Another Citizen I heard you say yester
day that ho was not worth the powder to
blow him up.
Citizen Yes; but you should have seen the
stop ho made today. The Epoch.
Not to no Expected.
A ihild has been sent to congratulate) Ids
grandmother on her birthday. "Grand
mammal" ho exclaims, "may youllvo until
tho end of your day a I" "Alasl" replies the
old woman resignedly, "at my age, 1 1 can
scaicely expect to live as long as that."
Not for Reading.
"You havo plenty of reading there," said a
visitor to tho literary editor, pointing to a
pile of books on the editorial desk.
"They are not for reading," answered the
literary editor, "they are for reviewing."
Ue Uclpcd lllm.
"Suy, pnrd, I'm starving. Uimme a dime
for a meal, won't yerl"
The speaker was a sad eyed tramp. The
man addressed might havo boon onoofthe
McAllister 400 The scion of aristocracy
glanced scornfully at the scion of poverty.
allowing his ojesto restunfondly upon the
unsnaven cneeK ana cnin or tbo hungering
"Henh," bo said, "lleah's a quartan, 1
don't give a nip for youah bungab, but fas)
tho suUo of siiKsioty go and get shaved." New
oil. Htenlng Hun.
A Good Man to Lend Books To.
Corkma Wipednnks, I have accidentally
lent that book I borrowed of you the other
day. I'm an fully sorry, for 1 hadn't quite
finished it. You haven't another copy, have
IVIpcdutiki I have not, Corklns, but (sug
gestivelj 1 there is a bookstore next door to
Cork 1 113 (considerably relieved) That's
lucky Von can got another one without any
trouble. I'll call aiound to-morrow. Splendid
boo!., Wlpeduuks. 1 wouldn't miss reading
it tor (100 Chicago Tribune
Taking Up the Thread Again.
Thero had been a runaway. A pair of
horses wero down, a carriage smashed to
pieces, and the driver and a lady lay groan
ing on tho grass ith their hurts. The street
car stopjed nud many got off to render aid.
Among those who stood on the rear platform
wore tn o ladies, ono of whom held up her
bands in horror and exclaimed:
"Mercy on mot but what an awful, awful
affair I How long did you say you boiled
your grapo Jelly, Mrs. Smith I" Detroit Free
A Wearing Responsibility.
Dishop (to Pat, returning from work)
You look tired, fat.
Pat 01 am, sorr. It's a harrud day I've
naa, sorr, as foreman o' the gang tin
Bishop Ab, Fat, wo all have to work hard
In this world. I often put in eighteen hours
rat x is, jour rivirence. but tout
wurruck is nisyloike. and olime, and ye"s
natent any rcspoKUDlllty. Hew York Hun.
Too Moth Estravttgaace.
A luplor mocha figure of a dude was on
exhibition at n recent stato fair. It was a
valuable itistt uctor to the farmer, who con
sidered it qultu as much of a curiosity as the
mammoth squaih, and somo grangers nils
tool: it for ix new brand of scarecrow; but,
ufur all, it was a great wasto of papier
macho, uud atato fairs should not encourage
such cxtiavaganco. Norristown Herald.
A Rentus for Advertising.
A doctor in an Ohio town, who lives on
street leading to tho ccmotory, has a rever
slblo blgn. Usually tho sign presents bis
iiumo und olllco hours; but when a funeral
ussea, ho turns it over, and than tho follow
lug legend Is dlsplaj ed: "Not my patient; 1
cuio all who follow my directions." Now
Miu Eva Ready (who has been spending
tho summer on a farm) We had a terrible
earthquake out in the country.
Miu City Tiod-Indood!
"My, jes; 1 beaid Mr. Hoy Seed, where 1
was boarding, tell his wife that all the corn
was shocked. Drake's Magazine.
Accommodations for Both.
Occupant iof Doston berdic, to driver) I
say, driver, I paid you double faro to drive
Driver Yls, sorr; but the other gint paid
me double fure to drive fasht, 0111 driva
fasbt half way, an' slow the other ball. Oat
T lang there. The Epoch.
A Llttlo Commlwloa.
She (on board tbo yacht Fleetwlng) What
are tbey doing, Lltut. Qoldbroldf
Ue They are weighing the anchor.
She Oh, are theyl Would you mind ask
ing bow much it weighs! I am so interested
In everything of a nautical nature. The
The large and elegant
AND LADIES' READY MADE WEAR,
Formerly Belonging to
Will be thrown open
to the public
TUESDAY OCT. 9.
REMEMBER THESE GOODS
Mist he SI !
TO SATISFY CRED
THEY ARE BOUND 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.