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WACO EVENING NEWS.
VOL. i Jfe
WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1888.
T-t ' ! "t ii I' i
WE HAVE JUST BECEtVED
A new and elegant Hue or Novoltios
In Evening Fans for Holiday
Elegant Feather Fans at from $3.00
to $5.00 each.
Gauze Fans from $2.60 to $12.00 eaoh,
Fancy Lace Fans from $3.50 to $12.75.
Fanoy Fainted Satin Fans from 75 ots
to $5.50 eaoh. , "
In Plain and Carved;ivory and Moth
er of Pearl handles.
New Lines of Hand Bags.
One Lot Hand Bags with Pocket
Hooks attadhed at 50 Cents each.
Special Lot of Alligator and Seal
Hand Bags at $1.00 each,
And a line cf Ileal Seal, Alligator,
Russian Leather, and Fanoy Jap'
Hand Bags for Holiday Pres
ents at popluar low prices.
Our Store will remain open until
9 p. m., giviog those who cannot
.come during the day a chance to
make their Haliday purchases at
Biexira- nsraca asaxjmssEwr
To see our Holiday Show Windows
and Santa Claus at
THE BANKRUPT JEWELERS,
LEVINSKI & LEWINE,
WILL BE SOLD OUT IN THE NEXT
FORTY-FIVE : DAYSIX
XTHE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware.
Opfloil CooDi, ifc., Mint go e( SACRIFICE PqiCEl. Comi Eiriy
Hid Bring Youn Gnf.
F. O. ROGERS, Trustee.
JOHN D. MAYFIELD.
Is not u Editor, tat Believes ii Printers' M,
Mayfleld is a Money Lender in the Fullest Sense of the
Word. He Lends Money Literally on
Everything, from a
Brick House v Gold Ring,
and persons Desiring MONEY for any Purpose, or on any
kind of Security, should call on
JHH P. PYBIMIeB.
R. H. Gray
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay, Corn, Oats, Iran, Etc
A Large Lluo of Novelties for X-mas
Presents In Heal Seal, Monkey,
Alligator, Russian and Fanoy
Leathers, with real Oar
nets & Sterling Silver
Corners and Claps
from $5.00', to
$9.25 eaoh. ,
pedal Lot of Pocket Books
At 60 Cents, worth 75 Cents.
At GO Cents, worth 85 Cents.
At B0 Cents, worth $1.25.
At $1.00, worth $1.35 to $1.60,
And Better Qualities from $1 .60 up to
$4.05 each, in New Shapes, also a
Line of Children's Fancy
Pocket Books and
CHEAP CASH MAJRKET,
J. J RIDDLE
Keeps tfce Choicest and Fattest Heats
Ib tbo City. SoRtb sUe Public Sqr.
Choice Porterhouse. 10c
Choice Join ,i...10c
Choice round...... 7(Sc
Choice lib , 7c
Chnck steak Or
Brcoml cat rout.
Sausage i IOC
Sparer! b.,- Uo
FBHfUf BAJtBECUED MEATS
Kftrr tor dUwt from th klU. m4
Lai. Sslni &
Cur Sales prove that Moderate Prices will
eventually bring trade, and we
propose- keeping the prices
down to the lowest limit.
This week you who are in
need of a good Suit of
Clothes can save from
$2.50 to $10 on a
Suit toy visiting
A Good Suit for $5.00,
A Better Suit tor $7.50.
An all-wool Stylish Suit
for $10 that's worth $15
JuBt Examine our lino of Slylish
$12,50. $15,50 $18,50, and $20.
This Stoolc is entirely too large,
and wo muBt reduce same, no mat
ter what this Saoriflee may be.
We are showing the most ele
gant line of TROWSERS ever
brought to this city.
Lessing, Solomon & Rosenthal,
Cor. 5th and Austin Streets.
Lota In this growing city aro selling
rapidly. In certain blocks they have
advanced one hundred por oont In one
month. J. ;B. Baker, Mrs, E. Lyn-
haui, Mr. A. Berkshire, Mr. C. C.
Cook and others, who havo just re
turned from there, speak in the high
est terms of tho prosperity uud rapid
advaneo of tho city. Wo have maps
and prlco list of lots In our office,
which you are invited to call and in
spect. Tho following 1b a specimen
13 lots blook 1 Austin St. $ 500 00
0 " " 1 Galveston ".. 750 00
7 " "2 " ".. 750 00
5 " 2 Dallas '., 1,000 00
a " "3 " ".. 1,000 00
17 " " 5 Houston ".. 500 00
Lots from $160 to $500, according to
By using our maps and price list
you can mako a Judicious selection
and save the time and expetiBO of a
trip to Birmingham.
J, B. GILMER & CO.
Waco coal yards, ntrtheait cornet
quart, convenient for, prompt ,dUv
ery.' Hardivod soft ce a(d colie
Wo aro still selling tho best
40 Cent Kid Gloves.
Wo nrp still soiling thn best
60c. Kid Gloves.
Wo aro still selling the best
90c. KID GLOVES.
Wo arc still selling the best
. 10c. Hose. '
Wo aro still soiling the best
12 1 -2c. Hose.
Wo arc 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
Continuo to sell our goods at the
Which will always bo found just a little
Lower Than Other Houses.
Lessing, Solomon & Rosenthal,
Gor. 6th and Austin Streets.
T OST Memorandum book with the daily and
I J monthly aocount or tho Waco Bridge Co.
between tho brldgo and K. 1). Ituttell's on
Austin itroot Under will pleas relurn to this
onicc, or to Mr. Russell at the brldgo.
WANTED To trade a good Ave room house ,
with line orchard, irood woll of water
and Uii acres or laud on 14th street, for land or
lire-stock. Address, T N. McMullvh Jr. ,
uox su, naco, xoxns.
FOR SALE Chambers' Encyclopedia, latest
edition, new, at half Its value. For par
ticulars call at or address this office.
T A "OT7'TCS We have old paper con-JT-AJr
JjjJtiO stantly on hand and
isnies warning mem can get mem at a nargain
r applying at the Evening Now office, No.
if Austin TV venae.
rr ANTED-At tMason, Morgan Co.'
TV market, young calves, fat enough for
TTIOUND. A copy or "Daniel'". Chancery
JP Pleading and Practice," on south 0th strcot.
The book can bo had by calling at the Nrivd of-
lice and paying for this advertisement.
TaTANTED. A young man as night clerk at
VV tho Washington Hotel, corner of Eighth
and Washington stceet.
LOST Apalr of gold spectacles. Tl
will please return to Btolto llros
"EIOUND A boy's overcoat, at the old Mo
JS Clelland opera honso. lbo owner can
have same by proving property and paying for
this iiotlce. Apply at tho News olllce.
LOST Ono blow Pigeon, tl reward. Find
er will please return to the St. Charles,
on Austin avenue,
Stolte - Brothers,
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
Delivered In any part of the city. Increased
trado assuros all of our groceries to be fresh.
Comer Fifth and Franklin Sts
Who are weak, menvotm ana
diiiimtatkd and suffering front
NBOVOUJ IIKBIMTY, SIUIStAt,
WKAkKXSg, XIGllTI.V XM!SSION
and all the effects of early kvil
habits, which lead to riotMA
rome DECAY, consumption or
I5I(.akitt. send for Pears' Trea
ties on chiasm or mas, with particular for
Cure guaranteed. No cure no pay J. S 1'jcaui
C1J and H Church St. Nashville. Icnu..
CUU and see Edgar & Cot's new
Cider Mill In Btone's now hotel blook,
on 5th street, between Austin avenue
i and Franklin streets. Come and get
uiuo itmn uiucr 4cuiu u nyyim
they aro ground and pressed. Cider
by the glass, pint, quart, gallon or
barrel at rook prices. Come one, come
all. J. R.Edgar & Co. Im04
The Waco Furniture company's
holiday display looks as though they
we still holding the State Fair. ?
LeDoax will duplicate prices of any
reliable Jewelry firm. , t f,
"Jin, the PtnmMi" at' The Garland
OOOOOOOOOOOOO Q Q Q Q
0: SOLS r
WE are receiving Daily our purchases of
Drummers' sample Boots and Shoes
for Ladies, Men and Children. Eve
ry pair sold at just halt regular prices. Best
goods made, consisting of all Standard makes,
and no duplicates.
LIST CHUCEJ SUSIM.
GOLDSTEIN 3 MIGEL.
, WAR OF RACEN.
Terrible Uloodshed lit MUalaalppi.
New Orleans, La., Dec. 17. A
State's Wnlhalu, Miss., Bpooial says:
Thero was a terrible not last night at
this place, and to-day twolvo white
men and 150 negroes Ho dead as the
result For a long time thoro has
been much ill fooling botweon tho
whites and blacks at this place, aggra
vated by tho impudenco of tho latter,
and yesterday tho two olemonts beoamo
involved in a quarrel which ended in
a great loss of life. The faots, as far
as they can bo ascertained, aro as fol
lows) A negro and a v. hi to man bc
camo engaged in a quarrel and tho
negro was killed. This was an cx
cuso for assault, and immediately a
black hordo swept down upon tho
whites, who were greatly outnumbered.
Knowing it was a fight to death, tho
whites prepared to roceivo thoir black
assailants, and when tho battle was
ended it was found thattwclvo whites
and over 150 negroes had been killed.
MORE BLOODSHED EXPECTED.
Memphis, Deo. 17. Only mcagie
details of tho riot near Walhala, Miss.,
have been rccoircd. Tho caus'es whioh
led to tho disturbmco arc said to be
as follows: About two months ago
Farmer Lyteng, near that town, had
his gin houso and oight bales of cot
ton burnod. Tho aot was thought to
bo incendiary and tho matter was
placed in tho hands of an officer to fer
ret out. A criminal suspicion pointed
to somo negroes and yesterday an offi
cer attempted to arrest tho one who
was believed to bo tho loader of tho
gang who burned tho gin. The negro
resisted arrest and gavo tho officer a
ovoro boating. Ho returned to Walha
la lor assistance and a posso of whito
mon wont with him to arrest tho sus
pected gin burner. As they approach
ed his cabin thoy were fired upon by
about 500 woll armed negroes. Tho
rcsu't was that four of the posso were
instantly killed and eight wounded,
three mortally. Tho greatest excite
ment prevailed and an armed foroe of
sevonty-fivo men loft Meridian, Miss.,
this forenoon for tho seeno of tho
troublo and doubtless more bloodshed
Meridian Miss., Deo. I7. Hopcrts
from tho seeno of tho riot aro conlliot
inc. It is now stated that no negroes
wero killed, but that twolvo whito men
lost their lives. A spcoial train loft
hore at 1 p. m. bearing troops for the
scene of tho troublo.
A SLOODY TIME EXPECTED.
Now Orleans, Deo. 17. Tho Pio
ayune's Macon, Mias., special says:
The pcoplo here aro oxeitcd over tho
killing of Henry Maury, Oobb and
Vaughn, three white mon in Kemper
county, by negroes and tho wounding
of other whites Among tho number
was Tom Nicholson, who was shot in
the body and had an arm broken, No
negroes were killed or wounded,
Twenty young men left this city for
the scone of the trouble, two of them
being recently from the north. The
negroes are siad to bo well armed and
aro assembled in mass and seem de
termined to fight it out Various ru
mors exist. It is said that six white
mon were killed and as many mom
wounded, and that the trouble orig
inated in two negro men whipping a
whito boy. W, B, Hare, a resident
of Nazubco eoubty. near tho Kemper
lino,1 was also killed. It is feared
that there will bo bloody work to-night
i.the negroes arc"-.concentrating.
Nearly. vary town in Baut MUiiatlppl
i. snii.5 aid to t wkliea. ,v ,,;
FonT Woimr, Deo. 17. A compa
ny of rungors is oxpeotod horo in the
morning to go to Erath county to pro
tect tho proporty at tho Strawd
coal minos, throatonod by discharged
minors. The company has employod (
n number of Pennsylvania minors to
go to work and tho old mluors will
not permit it. Tho old minors have
been parading through tho country
about tho mines firing pUtolsund not
ing badly. Boveral days ago some of
them assaulted an employo of the
company. The old miners nevor
worked for the present company, but
wore employod by tho former com- "
Court 'of Appeals llerlaloim,
TviiEit, Doo. 17. In tho rogular
session this morning tho following
decisions were handed down by the
Affirmed Bud Robinson vs. the
stato, from Bosque.
Roliearlngs rofusod Felix Butohor
vs. the state, from Hays, and H. H.
Ensley vs. Edward Eashburn, from
Tho following cases wero submitted
John Laws vs. the stato, from
"Franklin; Jos. Crowley vs. tbo state,
from Jaok; Merrill Owens vs. the
stato, from Lamar; Jim Jonos vs. tho
state, from MeLounau.
A Failure at krla.
Paws, Tex., Deo. 17. Tho Lamar
County Co-opcvativo Association, with
J. Y, Collins as president, went under
to-day, giving a doed of trust and ap
pointing H. M. Bryant as trustee
This was a mercantile association ,
whioh has been running for about'
eighteen months. Among tho cred
itors of largest amounts is tho Alliance
Exchango at Dallas, thoir claims
amounting io $2,000.
Giuiiam, Tox., Deo. 17.- M. D.
Wallace, sheriff of Young county, was
dangorously shot by ono of tho Mai
low brothers to-day at Benson's farm,
fifteen miles south of Graham. Tho
flvo Mirlow brothors wore arrested sev
eral months ago for theft of horses in
tho Indian Territory. Tho ono that
shot Wallaco was charged with mur
der in Wilbarger county and for this
offonso Wallace had a warrant for his
arrest. Tom Collier, deputy Bhontf, '
was also very slightly shot in tho me
lee, tho half glaring his head abovo
tho right eye.
Ottawa, Dec, 17. Last Monday
a mail bag containing monoy was do.
liyorod at tho Giund Trunk station
hero but it disappeared in some mys
terious way, and that was tbo last seen
of it. The postoffico authorities have
been working ou the easo during tho
wcok but thus for have been uuablo to
obtain tbo slightest olow. as to tho
whereabouts of tho bag.
Dallas, Tox., Deo. 17. Informa
tion is received to-day from Lancaster
neoplo in tho city that a meeting was
1.-1.1 I- tl.t tnn Katnvilnv nloht tO
"C,U " V"" "".. J. ? ' , tl
tako proper stops to eciouraie too arri
val of the Dallas and Waco road,
whioh is oxpoood to bo completecrtV, -
Jiancasier nc joavuruay, mww.
meeting wll be'heM tb-right, t wu
imbU will! p-'
faeikd for great "ttwey
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