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WAqO, TEXAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1888.
SANTA : CLAUS
Has again made his Headquarters
with us, and wwill tell of some of r ,,
the prettyUBings he has for r;, "
<Tc Hundreds of Styles-Plain China,
Eli"Kid, B'isque, Dressed, Rubber,
Rag, Worsted and every other kind, in large
or small sizes.- t -' ..
eruiee:akre: 0$s,:alLstyles of Banks, Bed
Steads, Cradjes,, Doll's Carriages, Pianos,
Buck Saws, Tea Sets, Parlor Sets, Bed
Room Sets, Locomotives and lots of Me
AUTOGRAPH AND SCRAP BOOKS, PHOTO
ALBUMS, PICTURE FRAMES, LOOKING,
Birthday, Christmas and Nsw Year Cards, Dressing
Casss, Manicure Ssts, Collar, Cuff and Hand
kerchief Boxes, Cents' Traveling Cases,
Toilet Articles, Willow-ware,
Fancy Baskets, Brio-aBrac, Bronzes, Bisques,
Terra Cotta, Rose Cotta, Japanese Art Work,
Brass Goods, and thousands of other Fancy
' ' Things too Numerous to mention.
Our Stock of Holiday Goods is Unusually Large,
and as we want to sell them all out and not carry
any over, we have made our prices very Low.
j If you need Something; NOVEL we have it.
THE BANKRUPT JEWELERS,
LEVINSKI &; LEWINE,
WILL BE Sblb OUT IN THE NEXT
THERE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Diamonds, fatciies, Clocks, Jewelry awl Silverware,
Opticil CdoDi, ilo., Muitgo it UCRJF1CE PRICEI. Cdim Eiriy
nd INnfl Youp Cut).
'" F. O. ROGERS, Trustee.
" Is not an Editor, ifut Believes in Printers' Ink,
Mayfleld Is aMonay Lender in ther Fullest Sense of the
Word. He Lends Monoy Literally oh
-cft- Everything;, from a
Brick Houses Gold Ring,
and persons Desiring MONEY for any Purpose, or on any
kind of Security, should call on
KALES IN '
STAPLE AND' FA'rjOY
Hay, Corn, Oats, Pran, Etc.
o o o o o o o
CHEAP (CASH MARKET,
J. ,j RIDDLE
Keeps the Ckeieeit aae! Fattest Meats
la the City. 8oHthtole Facile Sqr.
Choice Porterhouse, 10c
Choice loin,, ,,..10c
Choice roast so
Second cnt roast 6c
Chuck rout fie
Choice round,,... ,7i
skm roast M
Spare ribs ,', ,. .MXelfls a. .. .
rsA SEW KfMTWE.
FBESH BAHBKCTJED MEAT8
Kvory day direct from the kiln, and
lellvered at your Maldeoea.
I. SolOlID k
ur Sales prove that
eventually bring trade, and we
propose keeping the prices
down to the lowest limit.
Tliis week you who arc In
need .of a good Suit of
Clotnes can ave from
$2:50 to $10 on a
Shit by visiting
A Good Suit for $6.00,
A Better Suit tor $750.
An all-wool Stylish Suit
for $10 that's worth $15
Just Examine our line of Slyllsh
$12,50, $15,50, $18,50, and $20.
This Stoolc la entirely too large,
and we must reduce same, no mat
ter what this Saorifloe may be.
We are showing the most ele
gant line of . TROWBBRS ever
brought to this city.
Lessinp;, Solomon & Rosenthal,
Oor. 6th and Austin Streets.
Lots In this growing city are1 Belling
rapidly. In oertatn blocks they have
advanced one hundred per cent In one
month. J. IB. Baker, Mrs. E. Lyn
haui, Mr. A. Berkshire, Mr. C. C.
Cook and others, who have just re
turned from there, speak In tho high
est terms of the prosperity und rapid
advance of the city. We have maps
and price list of lots in our ofllcei
whloh you are Invited to call aud In
spect. Tho following is aspeolmen
13 lots blook 1 Austin St. $ 500 00
0 " 1 Galveston ".. 750 00
7 " "2 ' ".. 760 00
5 " ' 2 Dallas ".. 1,000 00
3 . j I 3 " 'V. 1,000 00
17 ' 6 Houston ".. 500 00
Lots from 1160 to t&OO, according to
By uslug our. maps aud price list
yon can make's Judicious selection
and save the time and expense of a
Waco coal yards, nutheait corner
square, convenient ior prompt ocnv
cry. 'Hard and soft coal and coke.
Moderate Prices will
Wo are still selling tho best
40 Cent Kid Gloves.
Wo are still soiling tho best
60c. Kid Gloves.
We are still selling tho best
90c. KID GLOVES.
Wo are still selling the best
Wo aro still selling tho best
12 l-2c. Hose.
Wo aro still selling tho best
Wo aro still selling tho remainder
of our Cloaks and Wraps at
On tho Dollar.
In fact, wo aro still Selling and will
Continue to sell our goods at tho
Which will always bo found just a little
Lower Than Other Houses.
Lessing, Solomon & Rosen thai,
Oor. 6th and Austin Streets.
WANTED A situation a driver of team or
work in itore have had several years
experlanco good references, Addross N. care
or nicwaomce. iwizi
WANTED A situation by a competent
salesman, address posolllco box CM Waco
WANTED To buy a horse aid pay for
same in monthly installments i must be
cneap. auuibib "-uoy,-- care Acts uiucu.
VTT ANTED To trade a uood Ave room honsa.
f V with fine orchard, good well of water
and Mi acres of laud on mil street . for land or
uve.siocK. Aauress, x a. mcjuiLnn jr..
oox sv, tvaco, lexas
FOR SALS Chambers' Encyclopedia, latest
edition, new, at half Its value. For par
ticulars can ai or aaureis mis uuive .
We have old papers con
stant! y, on hand and
es wantlns them can set them at a barsraln
jy applying at' the Evening Mews oace, Hi
ill Avstln .1 venue.
WANTED Fmployment by Uttloboy 1ft
years of age, willing to do any kind of
worn, aqoxcm jiarnest unntm ma), ahiiid
street, vyeonsn Duiiaing.
FOB MAI.K 100 acres of land, solnflnecnl
tlvatlon and 10 In excellent Daatnre all nn
der a good fence. Farm is situated about 33 miles
. good c
from waro, naa good four room
ivim rriHv, rwu ivhi .v
iile out-buUdlns'a. bams etc,
splendid tank or water. Will trade for good
residence property In Waco, address the Naws
OH SALE New wagon and span of horses
irood harness hones. 1111910 ov dnnhla.
AuaressJ. t. Montgomery; uox 8l, Waco,
adah, ur avHi uiiice. a uaraain. II
LOST Becelpt book of Evening Sows, mark
ed on back -Middle Route.7' finder will
Stolte - Brothers,
GROOBRISB AND PRODUOB.
Delivered In any part of the city. Increased
trade assures all of onr groceries to be fresh,
Corner fifth and Austin St.
Who are weak, vkevods ana
dxmutatxd sudsuferlng frota
KMVOI7I DCBIMTT. 8EUI1CAI,
WXAkNBM, IUUTLT XMIMIOKS
ndailthaeSectsof early evil
baiuts, wbki isau h rasisA
TDKKDKCAY, COXSUMrTlOE Or
iMSAXiTT. send for Fears "Trea
ties onrJUKASxs of mix, with particulars for
Cures gnaranteed . No cure no pay J. S Pcab
ei aad ei cuurcn t. wasnvuie, xenn,,
Call and see Edgar 4s Co.'snew
Cider Mill in Stone's now. hotel blook,
on 6th street, between Austin avenue
aad Franklin streets. Come and get
some fresh elder from rbe apple as
they are ground and pressed. Cider
by the glass, pint, quart, gallon or
barrel at rook priees.Come one. boom
ABloaaljr Rceae Arena aXall.
Birmingham, Ala.. Dec. 0. Tho
discovery of Mrs. Hawo's horribly
manclcd body, and tho blood-stainod
clothing of the missing child, roused I
tho peoplo ol this city to a pitch novor
dreamed of. Long boforo darkness
set in tho people bogan. to gather,
first in groups, then in crowds, and
crowds uniting, formed a mass of
surging humanity, all bent on one ob
ject, that of vengeance upon tho man
who had committed the most bloody,
brutal crimo in tho history of Alabama.
Sheriff Smith, well knowing the tem
per of tho people, had plaoed a strong
guard at tho jail and had placod in
their cbargo a gatting gun. As mid
night approaohed tho people centered
aboot tho jail. At last tHeir anger
became uncontrollable, and at 1ZU& an
attack was made on the jail defended
br Sheriff Smith and his sturdy de
tailed forco. A hoarso signal came
iroui ine msiuc, "Diana on or mko
the consequences." For an instant
tho mob hesitated, then thoso in ad
vance, pressed on by the crowd in the
rear, mado a dash for the jail. "Halt,"
carao tho command from tho sheriff,
followed an instant later by iho fatal
word, "Fire." Tho deadly rattlo of
rifles and revolvers in tho hands of
the guards was deepened by tho heav
ier discharge) of tho gatling gun. An
answering tiro camo from the inob, but
in their madess nono of tho shots
woro well dircotod and none took ef
fect. Thero were over five hundred
rounds discharged, and when tho
smoko cleared away what a pitablo
sight was thore. Buthod in their own
blood lay at least twenty of Birming
ham's citizeus, somo of them tho boat.
Horror stricken at tho fearful work
tho Jiiob retreated. No less than five
will dio and soven aro seriously wound
ed. Jaffaraon's) Boom.
Jefferson Tex., Deo. 0. Tho long ex
pected and much talked of "boom" Is
now upon us. All the preliminaries
have been arranged. Articles of
agrooment between tho Chicago syn
dicate andoltlzens' committee were
signed Friday afternoon, whloh stip
ulates that work shall begin wlthiu
thirty davs on a llfty-tou charcoal
furnace, and as'soon as procurable
work will begin on the oar wheel
shops. This Inaugurates and starts
the long anticipated iron boom, and
starts JefTersru In tho raco for the
future Birmingham of Texas, and
marks a now ora for northeast Toxas.
It is Intimated that not only are car
wheels to bo mado, but ears coropleto
will be manufactured hero, Every
thing necessary can bo had In this lo
cality, and other large industries will
A FATAf. ACCIDENT.
A Naa In DMIrltuu 'Jumps From a
Hoaae and Kllla if Imaeir.
Ennis, Tex., Deo. 0. Honry Wado,
who was returning to his homo in
Somorville, Bee.cuuoty, from a trip to
south wast Missouria, was taken sud
denly and severely ill at this place.
Ho registered at a hotel and medical
assistance was spoedly called in. Early
Thursday morning, raving with fever,
he cliuicd through the window of the
hotel dn tho roof of an adjoining build
ing, and either foil or jumped to the
ground. Ho diod from tho injureis re
ceived within forty-eight hours.
Fire In llallaa.
Dallas. Deq. 0. Last night at two
o'olook the old Crutobfleld house, on
the northwest corner of the public
The tire started in the bedroom of
Airs, ueese, wno was employed on the
premises, and whloh was notoooupled
at the tme, The house was run as a
hotel by Mr Joe Fromiloh, who went
to Lancaster yesterday, and last
night Mrs. Reese ocounled his room
hence her room was vacant with no
flro In it, and the 'cause of the confla
gration is a mystery.
itnn -ue Went iMseu,
Tennyson Is the only living author
tvhotjo u orks nro used for cxitmlimllnn
purpose in India, and it wax Hinted tho
other day tlwt tho entire body of candi
dates at aiauraa was nopoivxiiiy iuxxiou
and dosed by the linu: "wo proxy
wedded to a bootless calf." Current VXr
Why Sho Waa a Dsrolne.
Wo wero running down from Charles
ton to Savannah, and tho train was hum
ming ulong at Ugh speed, when the
danger signal blow ana the airbrakes
were put on hard. As the train stopped
all the passengers plled,outtoseewhat
waa tho trouble, and we soou discovered
that a culvert around the short curve
luul boon washed out. A Bogro woman
had flagged tho train with a wuito apron,
onu 01 oourso wo an iookcu upon aer at
"When did you discover tlint tho cul
vert luul goner4 1 asked.
"Jist about half on hour aco."
"And your first thought tos to stop
mo train r
"Wul, you are a bravo woman, We
owo our lives to you."
"Does ye? I nebber thought of that''
"But ou stopped the train."
"Yes, sah, but I didn't want dat bull-
glne'toi gltofl de track an go jUowia'
frew my cotton patch an' frowln' hot
water all ober the place. ' Dot's why I
stopped do tiam, wli." rroMJ jfwe
The Oraat Butt.
The suit now going on lu the federal,
court, styled Hanrlok et al. vs. Han
rick et al., almost equals tho famous
suit of Jarndyce vs". ' Jarndyce. It
embraces nearly one hundred thous
and aores of land laying In the south
eastern part of MoClelland county
and Falls, Milam and Bell counties.
It Is illustrative or those early times
in Texas when a man ooufd buy a
league of, 'land for a pair of boots.
Generally men did not have the boots.
But 0110 Ed. Hanrlok from Alabama,
happened to have several pair and he
bought several leagues. Hanrlok
died without Immediate heirs and
the land was claimed and seoured by
E. Q. Hanrlok of Falls county, who
was a nephew of the deceased. There,
happened to be other nephews and
nelees lu Ireland, 'and these came to
light and suit was Instituted for
them. The litigation has lasted now
ever twenty years. It was decided
last, in favor of the Irish heirs, In the
Suprome court of the United States
and now the suit is for partition.
During the years that have elapsed,
the oountry has been settled up and
great Hue farms have been opentfem
tho laud, some of them are the fnL
farms In the Brazos vally. Immense
interest aro Involved in the suit. '-
Alone In London.
'Alone lu London" Is the best En
glish comedy drama that has come
across tho water for a good many
years. "Silver King," "Lights o'Lon-
don," "Romany Rye," and others of
thatclasB that have entertained our
public during tho past four or Ave
years were excellent plays. Wo
would not for a moment gainsay their
reputation, but "Alone In London'
occupies a higher level than any, of
them, and whllo comparisons are not,
as a rulo, tho proper thing, a compar
ison In this csbo will serve such a
good purpose tha't it will be ventured,
It .will serve to bring more clearly be
fore the mind a comparative under
standing ot the morltofthe last of
England's offerings, as there are very
few who have not seen the plays men
tioned. "Alono In London" 1b the
superior of them all.
Tho play consists of a prologue and "
four aots. In the prologuo Is present
ed a happy rustio scene, wherein the
horolne, "Annie Meadows," refuses
au honest, hearty miller for a olty
gentleman of elegant moin. In the
tlrst aot, nn interval of six years
having olapsod, tho gentleman Is dis
covered to be an aroh rascal, a bur
glar and professional vlllian. His el-
eganoo continues, but his victimized
wlfo Is in rags and supports herself
and child by soiling flowers on tho
street, having resisted the persuasions
of her husband to become his accom
plice. Tho lover's oaresses are the
husband's blows, and fond words
have giveu place to fury. Finally the
husband endeavors to murder his wife
by imprisoning hor In the sluice gate
house and turning on the water a
superb scene, by the way but the
oountry miller having come to town
to call on the wife, and having learn-
of her mistery, happens lu at the su
preme moment and saves her life.
The subsequent act sees all her wrongs"
righted and happiness is restored,
Suoh is au outline of thegelioral nature
of the plot, whloh couveys no concep
tion of the numerous Incidentals that
give It life and energy. Cincinnati
This splendid company will nppoar
at The Garland to-morrow night.
"Consigned" pianos and organs go
liko hot cakes. D. H. Spencer, t
The Dallas Nows says that tho at
tondanco on tho public school this
year in that city is forty-fivo per cent,
groslor than lost year. It is a most'
astounding faot, tako it as you wilt
Either tho peoplo of Dallas have sad
dealy woko up to a frantic sentiment
of education or Dallas has added
ton thousand to her population in a
year from nowcomers or elso thero was
an nnaccountablo aotivlty among par
ents six years ago.
A faot not to bo denied "consigned
or not consigned,' D. H, Spencer in
selling pianos and organs.
"Alono- in London" drow the larg
est house in San Antonio than there
has been for four past. 8ecure a
good seat, and go to seo it at The Gar
land to-morrow night.
For good meals, oysters, fish, game,
etc., the Silver Moon Is the place, on'
Third street, near the square, i, f
Now pianos and organ constantly
at D. II. Spencer's. .Coxae and see'
them. , r t - X
It is said that hot over oe ifth tie
Boaalatioa of Chicago is Ameriooa by,
birth', aad at present nearly ,(all ; tee
a ef the eity.awukeW '!' eeeetv
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