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WACO EVENING NEWS.
WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888.
;L Jot JL !
Have just opened for the Holidays a
new lot of fancy things that come under
the above heading, which are too nu
merous to mention. Ladies who desire
to maka Fancy Work for the Holidays
should call now, as this department is
at present one of the most complete in
our house, We carry a full assortment
Tinsels, Pom Pons
Fancy Wool Paterns,
: a n
Thousands of Other Fancy Things
FOR EMBROIDERY WORK.
We have The Most Complete NOTION DEPRT
BflNKB I PJIWIBROMEq.
Tohn D. Maylleld wUlicu to stuto to the people that ho lends money on Household Fur
niture. Tcnmi, Buggies, Carriages, Pistols, Musical Instruments, and all othor articles
or value, with or without removal, and for as long tlrao as the interest Is kept paid. Also
buys, sells andoxchangea railroad tickets, discounts notes, lends on all regular banka
ble papor, real estate, etc. A full lino of unredeemed pledges for sale. On 910 deposits
l'J per cent. Interest allowed. Austin street near the plaza,
od-T-iB Texes Ssuiqgi-boin Hssocl.Ion.-X
Announces, through Its secretary, Mr. Jno. D. Moyfleld, that it now has evcrr share
in its $100,0.0 stock in force That it has bought and built for the peoplo of Waco, duiing
the past year, thlrty-slx homes. The. association Milt buy you n home If you only have a
small amount of tho purchase price to pay and will allow J ou long time on the balance,
with small monthly payments.
jfNssjts y wt4yjT
iMTtoMef to the leloctlon of Airr Pmmbk Ulastratcd m any number or mo "i ""
amiuu manufactured, each, valued at from 20 cent to 30 cents, or over $3.00 worth of pattern
'.ioSv'ubaeripUon73.00' A trial will conytnc yon that yoa ear i get ; ton tunci toe Talae
the money paid. fllnglo copies (each containing Fattcro Order), SO cents.
SPnMiAr1 hrt W. XR-NrrTrNUS DEMOEEST. NEW YOBK.
, - The rtoTe Mmmlnation la a iplendld chance
ljte. tiWIW ttUfiPUofll W wueswt -
The FashionaWe Merchant Tailor
I hayo Just received a most olegant lino of Im
ported and domestic goods f..r the (all uud wln
,i ra,,0J w'c ' now op"ii for Inspection,
! J p.riJFC8 novor before In aril of. 1 employ
nouo but flrst-class workmo i .
Satisfaction guaranteed on everything yon
uy at I'celor'i Drug 8tore,
FANCY GILT CORDS,
Stamped Linen Goods,
Will Pa) tor 12 Months Subscription to
Waco Evening News
A WONDERFUL PUBLICATION.
MaST suppose DEMOREST'S HOHTHI.Y
to be a fashion magazine. This Is a great mistake.
It undoubtedly contains tho flncet Tasbiok Dy
fabtmxt of any magazlno published, but this la
the caso front the fact that great enterprise and ex.
perlenco aro shown, so that each department is
equal to a magazine In itself. In DEnorasT'a you
Beta dozen magazines in one, and secure amuse
ment ud Instruction for tho whole family. It con-
. ana is uiueiraiea win i unKiuoi o. .......--.
Photogravures, WaterColors, and flno Woodcuts,
Tnalrlnff It thn MnTIIL MiOAZINI OF AMIBIOA.
to get oar paper and Pnoam' Moron t a
THE WHITE ELEPHANT
NEWLY FITTED AND FURNISHED.
Airiest and Handsomest Saloon in the City.
FINEST WINES, LIQUORS, & CIGARS
l'olltite and SkillTiil Barkeepers.
AIM ho Fnvorllo Prohibi
J. P. WILLIAMSON.
I, HMD &
This week we propose mak
ing a Big Sacrifice on all kinds
of Knit Wool Goods. The
public know by this time, WE
MEAN WHAT WE SAY.
Look on our Center Tables
and see the Many Bargains
The first to be men
tioned is our Entire
Stock ot Ladies Knit
Shawls which will be
offered at $i, $1.25,
$1.75, $2 and $2.25.
One-half what they
In All Colors 30c. 35c.
40c and 50c
IS, SS and 35c.
Hundreds of Bargains
in these Goods at our well
Don't forget our Great
Cloak Sale. All Cloaks
OO CENTS On The
GoroiEP 5!h and Austin
tiii: K. OF I,.
MaMer Workmmi Powdorly will Fro.
bly bo Iletained.
Indiaiiopolis, Nov. 20. That Pow
derly is the ruling mind of the general
assembly of the Knights of Labor has
been evident for some time, and it was
more than ever apparent at the morn.
ing session to-day. The report of the
committee on law was submitted and
was exactly in accordance with the
conditions expressed by Powderly.
Section 15 of the constitution was
amended by the committee to provide
that the elective officers shall be the
general master workman, general
worthy foreman, general secretary
treasurer and the general director.
Of woman's work the executive board
shall consist of four members, besides
the general master workman, and the
general operative board shall consist
of two members besides the general
worthy foreman. All except the gen
eral executive board and general co
operative board shall Do taken from
the general assembly, and when elec
ted shall serve two years. This is a
reduction of two members in each
board, besides the union of the secre
tary -treasurer, and is that much saving
in expenses, but the place where
Powderly inluses the most appears in
section 16 of the same article, which
shall hereafter piovide that ihe general
roaster workman shall be chairman ex
officio of the general executive board
and shall as soon as practicable sub
mit to the general assembly the names
of eight persons eligible under the con
stitution, from which the general as
sembly shall select four members,
This shall be done ire soon as possible
and at the same session at which the
general master workman is elected.
This Section further provides that the
general worthy foreman shall be ex
officio chairman of the general co
operative board, and that he shall sub
mit to the general assembly four names
irom which they shall select two who
will constitute that board. A pro
longed debate followed the introduc
tion of these amendments. It wase'e
sired to reduce all offices and to
change the size of the board, but such
propositions were defeated and the
report of the committee was adopted
by more than the required two-thirds
majority. General Master Workman
Powderly and Gen. Worthy Foreman
Richard Griffiths, of Chicago, will pro
bably be retained in their present
! Bustles ! '
Lotta Bustles 25c.
Others ask 50c. for it.
Dozens of Styles
Bustles at SOc.
Such an Enormous Sale of
JERSEYS we never expect
ed, from which we have Re
maining several Odd Lots
which will be Offerrd at a
Reduction from Regular Pri
ces. Ladies Ribbed Knit
VESTS High Neck at
75 cents each.
Ladies Silk Ribbed
Vests $1.00 and $1.25.
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of Misses,
Children and Ladies Knit
Goods in the City.
If you need a Cloak
for any of the
You can get one from
us at 60 cents on the
Solomon & Rosenial,
A Foul Murder.
Crawford, Nov. 20. Particulars
have just roaubed lioro of a murder
four miles north of this nlaeo. at ihn
Morrl3 farm, in which a nogro hoy
JNttUinn Uook, aged 15 yours, had his
throat out from oar to oar. This hov
was an Important witnoss In u bigcat"
tio stealing caso In Milam countv.
and Uio guilty parties oninloved a.
young man naraod Scarborough to
tako tho nogro away. Ho brought
him to this placo and thoy havo boon
picking cotton around tho country.
Bud Roblnsori? fearing tho nogro had
not boon (Uttjrlod far enough away
came down about a weok ago and pro
tended to bo a friend to tho nogro and
Scarborough, and wautod to plok cot
ton with them, and thoy stayod to
gether ono night' at a straw stack,
and when tho negro wont to sloop
Robinson out tho negro's throat from
ear to oar. Tho shoriiT from Mllara
county has boon here sovoral days
working up tho affair, and at this
writing has all tho partlos In ohargo.
It Is supposod that tho body was
thrown Into Hog Crook, as It could
not bo found. Young Scarborough
stated that Robinson put tho body in
a sack after killing tho negro, and
earrlod It oil'; parties havo gono out to
drag tho creek and search for tho
JS'itlluunl Killtoriitl Ansclatluii.
Sun Antonio, Nov. 20. The trains to
day brought In nbout'sovonty-flvo ed
itors, roprosonting Massachusetts,
Coniiotieut, Now York, Ohio, Illinois,
Indiana, Michigan, Now Jorsoy and
and Missouri. Tho National Edito
rial association will bo called to ordor
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock, and
aftor thouppolntniontof tlionoeossarv
commlttoos will adjourn until 2 o'clock
whon President White, of West Vir
ginia, will deliver his nnual addross,
which will conclude tho day's pro
gramme, It is thought tho conven
tion will bo In session until Saturday
and Sunday tho excursion to thoMox
Icun national capital will begin.
Nuprcuio Court DorlNion.
Tylor, Nov. 20. Tho supreme court
now In regular session to-day trans
acted tho following business:
AfTlrraod Rod rlvor county bank
vs. Wiggins, administrator et al,
from Ite'd Rlvor; Brown vb. Wyatt,
from Ellis; Reynolds Land uud Cat
tlo company vs. McCabo, ot al, from
Reversed uud romandod East
Toxas and Rod Rlvor railway vh.
Soott, from Marion; Hurvoy ot al v.
Carroll etal, from Navuro; Hicks ot al
vs. Oliver, administrator, from Rusk.
Tho Fodoral court Is engaged try
ing civil business to-day.
M. D. Williams, of Falls county, Is
in tho city to-day.
Cotton wagons on tho streets aro
fow and far between.
Tho south-bound Missouri Pacific
was reported two hours lato to-day.
Tho usual love foast at tho mayor's
court this morning rosulted in two
lines for being drunk.
Tho MoLonnau county alliance
meets in Waco on Friday, Novembor
oO, In called sossion.
Tho sitting of tho Federal grand
jury oxcltos no suoh stir as do tho
soml-annual conclaves of tho county
Tho combination of Goodyear, Cook
& Dillon Is said to bo tho best on the
road this season At Tho Garland
Mr. A. B. Blovlns, of tho Chorokoo
Land and Iron company, which Is
now dovolonlng Now Birmingham, is
In tho elly.
Tho norther of six days' duration
and blowing from great Ico Holds and
snow drifts ended without a frost last
night, and tho sun to-day shono out
with tho siulUng.fuco of a drummer.
For a good hot and cold lunch and
oysters In any stylo go to tho Whlto
Elephant, Goo. Delhi, manager.
Mr. James B. Bakor is a brick or a
lightning brick makor, though ho
novor camos a brick in his hat, Ho
has a largo onntract for brick, gravol
and sand for tho now orphan asylum
building at Corsicana, and Is ship
ping Immense quantities of those
throo condiments thither.
Tho rostor of tho United States
grand Jury sworn In yostorday, is E.
B. Smytho, foromun; J. 1). Roborts,
A. J. Lott, G. M. Nichols, P. M.
Greonwado, B. C. Hill, Jus. Splvoy,
E. C. Zolllcollbr, J. M. Hill, P. II.
Parson, R. S. Whltosldes, Joo Boilers,
G. W. Lowls, J. II. Foroat, C. A.
Head, W. P. Cunningham.
Tho grand Jury adjournod yestor
day aftor a short but prolific sotting;
olovon indictmonts having boon
found In thoso fow days thoy woro
Curo for Literary Drum Drluklnc.
Tho bnbit of dram drinking, it is
said, leads to futty degeneration of tho
heart i. c., cxccssivofuUoning- around
tho heart und weak action of tlio heart
in cojisequence. So, too, tho habit of
exciting novel reading leads to futty
degeneration of tho literary mind
i. o., to an unhealthy and spasmodic
action of tho imagination and a gen
eral weakening of tho power of enter
ing thoroughly into tho bolid interests
of real lifo.
So far as wo know, tho only cfTcctivo
curo for this habit of literary dram
drinking a euro not always forth
comingis a moral bhock of somo
kind which exposes tho hollowness of
all theso unreal interests nnd makes
them appear artificial and melodra
matic as they actually aro. That, how
ever, is a curo which is an extremely
painful ono, almost cruol in its dis
illusionizing power. Thcro arc, wo
beliovc, somo happier mortals who can
curo themselves, us tho grocers' bhop
boys nro wiid to bo cured of their taste
for sugar and raisins and such dainties
by an early surfeit of thorn: but that
is a kind of curo which it talcos a very
healthy mind to opcralo upon.
As a rulo, oven whero tho Mirfcit de
stroys tho zest of novel reading, it also
leaves tho mind too languid to take
eagerly to plainer and inoro wliolo
somo food, and to at onco destroys the
pleasure taken in tho poi.son, and
leaves tho mischief produced bv it..
McUiml of ICi'i-plii); nrajifB.
E. I'. Roo kept Catawba, Isabella,
Diana and Iona by picking on u clcur
day, utfiiff grape ucissors bo us not to
handle much, removing all imperfect
berries und placing in clean, dry
earthen jam, in layers n bunch deep,
and filling tho jar in this way: Placo
a double sheet of paper over tho top
layer und put on tlio lid. Strong un
bleached muslin is pasted entirely over
tlio lid or cover of tho jar; when tho
covering has fully dried and hardened
tho jars nro buried on a dry knoll bo
yound tho notion of tho frost, a stake
being placed over each jar to locate it
accurately. Charles A. Green hays:
"I havo kept Concords up to January
by packing in dry sawdust in market
or bushel baskets. A simple method is
to placo grapo leaves between layers of
grapes as you pick them, or sheets of
paicr. Handsome clusters nro pre
served by cutting a piece of vino with
them and placing ono end cf tho vino
in n boltlo of water, nlno by covering
a stem of tho cluster at tho point whero
cut with wax. Grapes should bo kept
as near tho freezing point as possiblo
and yet not fixiezo." Now York
A walking stick, tho crutch handle
of which is an ear trumpet, is tho
latest couvcnicnco for deaf men.
It is of as much importance and con
Bcquenco, in theso days, to know how
to cat as what to cat,
The Assignee has de
termined to Close
out at any
Good Assortment of
SUM on Hand and will be
sold at Great
BIC LINE OF
Must be Closed Out!
Heaiy Male Dresses,
AND SHAWLS WILL
BE CLOSED OUT.
The stock must re
alize the Cash to pay
Creditors, and cannot
wait. Come early and
procure Bargains, or
else lose a splendid
chance to save money.
W. W. SELEY,
FOR LEWINE BROS.
Lei in Bros