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WACO EVENING NEWS.
WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1888.
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A new and elegant line or Novoltles
In Evening Fans for Holiday
Presents. , '
Elegant Feather F.ans at from $3.00
to $5.00 each.
Gauzo FanB from $2.50 to $12.00 eaoh.
Fancy Lace Fans from J3.50 to $12.76.
Fanoy Painted Satin Fans from 75 ots
to $5.50 each.
In Plain and Carvcd'Ivory and Moth
er of Pearl handles.
New Lines of Hand lags.
One Lot Hand Bags with Pocket
Hooks nttaohed at CO Cents eaoh!
Spoolal 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 atpopluarlow prices.
Our Store wil) remain open until
r 9 p. m., giviog those who cannot
come during the day a chance to
make their Haliday purchases at
BEBEfcTO- TUB OSHLXJISSSELN'
To see our Holiday Show Windows
and Santa Claus at
THE BANKRUPT JEWELERS,
LEVINSKI & LEWINE,
WILL BE SOLD OUT IN THE NEXT
FORTY-FIVE -:- DAYStx
THE ENTIRE STOCK 0F
Diamonds, Watches, Clods, Jewelry and Silverware.
Optlcil CooDi, i(o., Muif go ii IMCRIFICE PQICEI. Gomi Eiriy
nd Bring Youp GiiI.
F. O. ROGERS, Trustee.
SHOULD BUY A HOME,
And JOHN MAVFIELD will furnish the Money on the
Installment Plan. If yon ore thinking of buying call
and talk to Mayfield about It, he can give you many
valuable points. :::::::
H H. Gc-ay
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hay, Corn, Oat, Bran, Ct.
A Lurge Lino of Novelties for X-nias
Presents In Heal Soal, Monkey,
Alligator, Russian and Fanoy
' Leathers, with real Gar
nets & Sterling Silver
v, Corners and Claps
from $5.00 to
tpoolal Lot of Pocket Books
At 60 Cents, worth 75 Cents.
At, 00 Cents, worth 66 Cents.
At 00 Cents, worth $1.25.
At $1.00, worth $1.36 to $1.60,
And Better Qualities from $1.60 up to
$4.05 eaoh, in New Shapes, also a
Line of Children's Fanoy
Pocket Books and
CHEAP CASH MARKET,
J. J RIDDLE
Keeps the Choicest and Fattest Meats
,ia the City.
South Side Public Sqr.
Choice Poiterbonso. 10c
Choice roast to
Choice lolu 10c
Second cut rout...
Choice round 788c
Chuck roast, ,.,,6c
Choice rib.. ..,,....7Kc
Sausage.... ,-.,, loe
8prrlbi. ,,...',.. 12,'c
Brisket roast,,., eo
Cvwt day direct rreai the klla, ami
aeaTarea n jefa rfin-ju .
M . , J-.JT.ORIDOZOsB.
Our Sales prove that
propose keeping the prices
down to the lowest limit.
This week you who are in
need' of a good Suit of
Clothes can ave from
$2.50 to $10 on a
Suit by visiting
. our Clothing
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 Slyllsh
$12,50. $15.50, $18.50, and $20.
This Stook is entirely too largo,
and we must reduce same, no mat
ter what this Sacrifice may be.
We are showing the most ele
gant line of TROWSBRS ever
brought to this city.
Lessing, Solomon & Rosenthal,
Oor. 5th and Austin Streets.
Loti in this growing city are selling
rapidly. In oertain blookn they have
advanced one hundred per cent In one
month. J. ;B. Baker, Mrs. . Lyn
hain, Mr. A. Berkshire, Mr. C. C.
Cook and others, who have just re
turned from there, speak in the high
est terms of the prosperity and rapid
advance of the city. Wo have maps
and price list of lots In our ofllcs
which you are Invited to call and in
spect. The following Is a specimen
13 lots block 1 Austin St. $ COO 00
6 ' " 1 Galveston '.. 760 00
7 " "2 " ".. 760 00
5 " "2 Dallas ".. 1,000 00
3 3 " ".. 1,000 00
17 ' " .6 Houston ".. 600 00
, Lots from $160 to $600, according to .
By using our maps and price list
you can make a Judloious seleotlon
and save the time and expense of a
trip to Birmingham.
, J.' B. GILMER CO.
Waco coal yards, northeast cornet
square, coavtmeat for prompt deliv
try.. Hard asd soft coal 'and coke.
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Moderate Prices will
We arc still selling tho best
. 40 Cent Kid Gloves.
Wc arc still selling tun best
GOc. Kid Gloves.
Wo are still selling tho-best
90c. KID GLOVES.
We aro still selling tho best
Wo aro still Rolling tho best
12 l-2c. Hose.
Wc arc still selling tho best
Wo aro still selling the remainder
of our Cloaks and Wraps at
On tho Dollar.
In fact, wo arc still Selling and will
Continue to sell our goods at tho
Which will always bo found juBt a little
Lower Thau Other Houses.
Lessing, Solomon & Rosenthal
Oor. 6th and Austin Streets.
LOST Memorandum book with the tidily and
monthly nocount of tho Waco Itrldgo Co.
uoiwcen lue Driugu auu x. v, iiuhvii-s uq
Austin strcot Under will' please rclurn to this
ofllce, or to Mr. Hussull at the bridge.
ANTED To trade agoodflvoroom house,
TV with flno,orcliaro. good well or water
ana UK acres of laud on 14th street, for land or
live-stock. Address, T N. McMullkn Jr.,
Box 39, Waco, Texas.
FOR BALK Chambers' Encyclopedia, latest
edition, new, at half Its value. For par
ticulars call at or address this oftlce.
T A TYIjlTC! We have old papers con
jrJ.JL JliXvO stanlly on hand and
parties wanting them can got thorn at bargain
by applying at the Evening Naws office, No.
012 Austin Avenue.
3JTOUND. A copy of "Daniel's Chancery
" Pleading and Practice," on south 5th street.
'i tie dook can De naa uy caning at ine mbws or.
lice and paying for this advertisement.
Cl TOLEN. A white and black spotted pointer
C7 (log, 3 roward win do patu ror nis rstnrn
to Jim Crowdcr, on the square, at hit store.
LOST A pair of gold spectacles . The flndor
will please return to Btolto Bros, and !
TJIOUND A boy's overcoat, at the old Ho
Jj Clelland opera houso, Tho owner can
have same by provlnir property and paying for
misnouco. Appiy ai inenBws omce.
"T" OSTOno blow Plscon
I roward. Flnd-
1J er will pleaso return to the. St.
on Austin avenuo.
Stolte - Brothers,
GROCERIES AND PRODUOa
Delivered In any part of the city. Increased
trade assures all of our groceries te bo fresh,
Corner Fifth and Franklin Sts.
NEHVODS DIOIMTr, SIMIIfAb
WKAkNXSS, NIGHTLY EMISSIONS
and all the effects of early xvib
habits, wjilch lead to piuma-
TUUKOKOAY, CONHUIIJTIOH Or
1M.AN1TT. send for l'eara'Trea-
tlos on diseases of MAX, with particulars for
cures guaran toed, no co.ro no pay J. ni'Eaa
CIS and Oil Church St. Nashville. Tens
Cull and nee Edgar & Co.'a new
Cider Mill lu Btono's now hotel block,
bn 6th street, between Austin avenue
and Franklin streets. Come and get
some fresh older froVn the apples as
they are ground and pressed. Cider
by tne glass, pint, quart, gauoo or
barrel at rock prices. Come one, come
j , it. HiUgar as uo. imw
The Waco Furniture company's
holiday display looks as though they
wtte still holding the State Fair,
Opera glasses in all styles, at Le
Doux's, 403, Austin avouuo.
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Sweethearts and wives, get a box of
clears ror vour, (overs ana nusoanas
atPeWsirs. ' ...
Mitchell, 408 AlMto . ..'
San Antonio, Doc. 20. floated in
tho lobby of the Maverick hotel to-day,
just before dinner, young Leo Joscfy
swal'cd six grains of morphine in the
presence of a score of spectators, after
addressing a letter to his mother in
New .York. A half dozen strong mon
rushed at him and choked him black
and bluo in an endeavor to get him to
throw up tho poison. Failing in this
thoy called a doctor, who had tho
young man convoyed to a drug store
whoro a stomaoh pump was applied to
good effect. Thq would bo suicide is
tho spn of wealthy parents in Now
York. Ho came hero several months
ago with a largo roll of money which
ho Boon spent in tho most riotous dis
sipation, then ho scoured a good pay
ing position as floor walker in the es
tablishment of ii. Wolfson. He was
too much attached to wine, women and
song, howover, and in a fow weeks ho
found himself out of employment and
funds. Whilo in a drunken atunor
three wcoks ago ho was induced to en
list in tho army as a private. When
ho awakened to a realization of his
situation his proud nature rebelled and
ho has sinco been trying to get out of
the army, but is mot with tho stringent
oath ho took, binding him to fivo years
in tho sorvico of Undo Sam. Yestor
day ho received a letter from his
mother, saying boo was coming down
to sec him. Ho declares ho cannot
stand tho humiliation and embarrass
ment which will envelope him when
his mother loarns his dire condition,
and in a fit of desperation this morning
ho sought to put an end to his exis
tence before his mother gets hero.
Investigation of Pauper Immigra
l'rrrsnuna. Deo. 20. The mom-
bors of tho congressional committco on
pauper immigration aro busy today ar
ranging preliminaries for an investi
gation hero to-morrow. Congressman
Ford stated that the committco had
already colleotcu evidence enough in
INow xork ana other eastern oitios to
convince them that the fivo prohibi
tory immigration laws wcro openly
A PoataBlca Bobbed.
Temi-le, Dec, 20. The postoffico
at Oonaville, a village eight miles east
from this city, was broken open and
robbed night before last, of 135 in
money and three registered letters.
Constable Saulsbury, of Temple, took
tho matter in hand, and this morning
arrested Graoy Davis, the 16 year-old
son of tho postmaster at Oonaville. He
found tho money and stolen letters on
tho person of tho boy whon arrested.
Tho boy is in custody but has uiado
Tuo Wounded nt Wulbulnk.
St. Louis, Dec. 20. A spooial from
Walhalak, Miss., says that the condi
tion of tho mon wounded in tho recent
attempt to ' arrest tho negro who
brought on tho race troubles thore, is
not so encouraging this morning.
Frank Maury's arm is very much
swollen, and inflamation and blood
poisoning aro feared. John Dows'
caso is reported as hopeless, and
William Yaughan's wounds have com
menced bleeding again. Fears aro
entertained that they will all die.
A Young Xri Uapea Baak.
Dallas, Doc 20. A sensation
was produced to-day by the announce
ment that E. W. Cole, secretary and
manager of tho lianas ice company,
had,left for partsjunknown. Last weok
ho said he was going to Pino Bluff,
Ark., to visit his mother. Yesterday
it was discovered that ho had cashed a
draft on the bank tho day he left for
13,000 wiping out a cash balanco of
$2,000 and overdrawing $1,500. Hia
personal account was found to bo over
drawn $1,200. His whereabouts cannot
Nkw York, Doc 20. Joseph Ford,
who murdered Nellie 0,Connor by
shooting her thico times at No. Ill
Fourth avonuof on tho 18th inst., was
captured to-day by Inspeotor Byrnes
detective, in tho houso of a rolativo
in North Now York, Tho inspector
refused to speak of tho caso or to
tell in what city tho man had been
A Few Days.
Only ten days remain in which city
taxes must bo paid. All unpaid on
January 1st, I am obliged to enter on
tho delinquent list
S. B. HuiipniiEVs,
Waco, Deo. 19, 1888.
Housekeepers buying goods for tho
holidays will consult thoir own inter
cstby buying1 of Chas. Rast. He has
cords of butter, eggs and ohiokens,
fresh and nice, at bottom prices, being
the leader ia those lines, and has all
the fine Christmas grocery goods, be
sides a brand new stook, bought since
the fire. He Is rcaking a speeial drive
ob Has fanoy candies, of which ha has
the largest aid Inset stock in the city,
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Two Mew Killed by Coualable.
Fort Worth. Deo. 20. The Con-
I stable at Monktown in the northern
part or .tannin county, bad occasion
to loavo tho town yesterday and den-,',
utlzed Charlie Choato to serve during
his absonco. Boon afterwards two,
brothers namod Todd oaine into town
and raised a disturbance. The dop
uty constable with a roan named
James Hobbs attempted to arrest the
Todds. Choato stoppod up to one of
the brothorB and told him to consider
himself under arrost. Todd replied
by pulling a pis tot and shootlntr
Choate fatally through tho side.
Hobbs then drew his Winchester and
killed both of the Todds.
Boys) Jailed for Mono Then.' ''
Gainfbville, Tex., Dec 20. :fj3s
Sheriff Ware arrested two boys, aged -"fL
sixteen and soventeen, two miles north , jfri
oi nero last night charged with horse
thoft in tho Indian Territory. The
boys admitted takinc the horses, but
stated that their horses wore stolou the
night before and thov took tho others
to rido to their homo in Erath ctunty.
Tho boys aro now in jail.
who brought a party of northorn capi
talists hero last week, has sold tho
1'owell colony to them, consisting of
150,000 aorcs of land situated in
Grookott county, about fifty miles
from this place. Tho new purchasers
will Bend about sixty families on thnir
roturn to settle on tho land. Tho
terras of tho salo are not at present
Abilene) Ifotel BHKlarjr.
AniLENE, Tox., Doc 20. An un
known party wont through the Hotel
Falaco last night, takinc; from Messrs.
Hunt and Kelso, boarders of tho houso
$io. Sovoral suspioious character
wcro arrcstoa tins morning, but no y, -iv-5
oash being found about them, the,,'' M
Fnllnre nt Oalaavllle.
Gainsville, Tex., Deo. 20. E. G,
Eberlo, druggist, to-day made an as
signment for tho benefit of his credit
ors. The assets are about $5000. Ha
bill ties $5000. The principal creditors '
are St. Louis and Now York firms.
Vt nnAil m.nta rmtnm 41al. mn.n
etc.. tho Silver Moon Is the nlaoe.on
Third street, near tho square. f
Dr. P. B. Hongst, physician and
surgeon. Heanquartrs at William
son's druar store. t
Oysters, fish and all kinds of meat, &
lnoluding dressed fowls whon order-' '
od at Mason, Morgan &, Co's.
Tho last bargains over to be offered
In Waco by the Waco Supply Store,
ia now going.
Every article must bn sold by Jan
uary 1st, and Tho Great Waco Supply
Btore, forever discontinued. f
Three calls' at Mook&Co's.,commls
slon houso for two-horse wagon to
day. Bring along your wagons to 318
Austin st. t
John Cooper Is closing out at a
rapid rate the big stock of the Waco
Supply Store-call and get bargains; '
Quick If you want them.
The ladles will all go to Morrison,
Itlsher & Co's. this week to attend
the grand holiday opening.
We have Just reolevod GO handsome
Rockers, finished in Oak, Mahogany
and Walnut, trimmed in plush and
leather Waco Furniture Company.
The most attractive feature of Mor
rison, Itlsher. & Co's. holiday stook
Is the wonderful Hue cf Imported
For fruit or ornamontal trees, rall.on
J. II. Hurwood, at Kvenino News of
fice, Franklin between Fourth and
Fifth streets. Abparacius roots by tho
hundred or thousands.
Everybody, Invited to go to Mor
rison, Itlsher, A Co's, to see the big.
eest lino of holiday goods ever
rought to Waoo,
Christmas brings Joy to every
house-hold, so does the namo of Do
Well. Call on him early for your
candles, oatcex, nuts and cigars. To
please the children, ladles and men,
we aim to do it all, as our past career
will stand for It. Come one, come all,
and gather by the flresldo of sweet
ness at DeWell's.
Best turn-outs In town at Molder &
Go to tho Silvor Moon for well t
Buy your caudies atJoo Lehman's
south 4th street,
Consign all goods to I. C. Meek dc
Co,, 818 Austin street.
Bost meals served to order at
Joe Lehman's restaurant.
Jewelry of tho finest and latest de
signs, at LeDoux's, 403, Austin avoj t
First-class carnages for calls, vis
its,' etc., at Molder & Hearne's.
We are seliliig side boards as cheap
as $14,00. Waco Furniture Company
Fresh crop cranberries'" at Jo '
Thompsons 4th and Vranklin street.
The Waco Furniture eompany'
window display Is simply immense. '
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