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WACO EVENING " NE WS.
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VOL.1
WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1888.
NO. 142.
THERE ir MORE PLEASURE Iff "GIVING THAN IN RECEIVING,"
.AJSTD THERE IS 3KTO W
10 KX:CXJE KOR YHVO
"ICiWIDT IFFQRD TO DIME;"
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Everybody
SANDER. BROTHERS
-A-IR I a-oxx-a-. a?o
24 MONDAY 24
"sr
GIVING :: THEIR :: PATRONS
The Advantages of a
Cost, Clearance
o:f
GOODS!
We have sold thousands of Presents,
but have thousands more to sell, and
these must be Closed Out Monday.
Come Early and avoid the rush. Our
store will remain open until io p. m.
Sanger Brothers.
THE BANKRUPT JEWELERS,
LEVINSKI & LEWINE,
WILL BE SOLD OUT IN THE NEXT
FORTY-FIVE -:- DAYSO
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and' Silverware.
Optloil CooDi, i(o., Muil go it IMCRIFICE PQICEI. Comi Eiirty
ind Bring Youp CiiI.
F. O. ROGERS, Trustee.
TO THE PEOPLE OF WACO:
MHYFIELD'S :-: BANK
IUPPUES THE KiflNC FELT WML
On deposit of TEN DOLLARS or more
12 per cent interest is allowed. Per
sons desiring to borrow money on
bankable paper should call.
B. H. 3a?ay
CAI)I3 IN-
STAPLE AND FANCY
Mciriu,
Hyf Corn, Oat, Bran, Etc.
CiiFtolieeBiiMtaitSsli:
TXliMtiMONE CONNECTION.
Can Now Afford it,
- BOA.trSE
CHEAP GASH MARKET,
J. J RIDDLE
Keeps the Choicest and Fattest Meats
In the City. South Side Fnbllc By.
PKIOEB.
Choice Porterhouse. 10c
Choice loin 10c
Choice round ,78e
Choice rib ,....7c
tbuck stesk..,...,., On
Bausazn loc
Choice roast 8c
Second cut roast Co
cnncK roast..,., te
Brtaket roast Bo
Mutton SljolOo
Veal..,,.., oeioe
Fish , U)ic
Spare ribs... UKcl
A NEW iEPMTUK.
FKEMH BARBECUED MEATS
Kverr day direct from the kiln, was)
llrered at your residence,
J". J-.ltXD33XK.
RETAIL DEPARTMENT
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Our 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
tin i
Clothes can ave from
$2.50 to $10 on a
Suit by visiting
our Clothing
Department
A Good Suit for $5.00,
A Better Suit tor $7.50.
An all-wool Stylish Suit
for $10 that's worth $15
J6t Examine our lino of Slyllsh
Garments at
$12,50. $15,50, $18.50, and $20.
This Stock is entirely too large,
and we must reduoe same, no mat
ter what this Saoriflee may be.
Wo are showing the most ele
gant line of TROWSBRS ever
brought to this city.
Lessinjt, Solomon & Rosenthal,
Oor. 6th and Austin Streets.
New Birmingham.
Lots in this growing city are selVinff
rapidly. In certain blookn they have
advanced ode hundred per cent In one
month. J. ;B. Baker, Mrs. E. Lyn
hain. Mr. A. Berkshire, Mr. C. C.
Cook 'and others, who have just re
turned from there, speak in the high
est terras of the prosperity and rapid
advance of the city. We have maps
and price list of lots In our office,
which you are luvitnd to call and In
speot. The following is a specimen
of prices:
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
13 lots blook 1 Austin St.
0 ' ' 1 Galveston ".
- ii ii o ii n
F 600 00
760 00
760 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
600 00
B '
3 "
17
' 2 Dallas,
3 "
" SHouston
RBSIDENOE PROPERTY.
Lots from $160 to $600, according to
louatlon. "
By using our maps and price list
you can make a judicious selection
and save the time and expense of a
trip to uirmingnam.
J.,B. GILMER & CO.
' Waco. Texas.
Waco coal yards, northeast corner
inuare. convenient for nromnt dehv
cry. Hard and soft coal and coke.
Tho, E-Harrigam.
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Wo arc still selling the best
40 Cent Kid Gloves.
Wo aro still selling tho best
60c. Kid Gloves.
Wo aro still selling the best
90c. KID GLOVES.
We are still soiling the best
10c. Hose.
Wo are still selling the best
12 l-2c. Hose.
Wo are still selling tho best
20c. Hose.
We are still selling tho remainder
of our Cloaks and Wraps at
Sixty Cents
On tho Dollar.
In fact, wo are still Selling and will
Continuo to sell our goods at tho
Lowest Prices,
Which will always bo found just a little
Lower Than Other Houses.
Lessing, Solomon & Rosenthal,
Oor. 5th and Austin Streets.
CHEAP COLUMN.
1" OST Memorandum book with the dolly and
XJ monthly aoconnt of tho Wnco Ilridgo Co.
between tho bridge and E. 1). llnssell's on
Austin street Under will pleaie relum to this
ofllce, or to Mr. llussell at the bridge.
ITTANTED To trade a good five room house,
Vy with flno orchard, good well or water
and UK acres or laud on Hth street, for land or
lire-stock. Address, T N. McMiilmw Jr.,
uox 3U, waco, JOXBS.
FOR BALK Chambers' Encyclopedia, latest
edition, new, at balMts alue. 1'or par
ticulars call at or addreiB this office.
PAPERS
parties wanting; them ci
We have old papers con-
sum ly on nanu anu
an cot them at a bargain
X applying at the Evening News office, No.
12 Austin .Vvenuo.
"P1
OUND.
ony or
'Iianicl'i Chancery
' on south Sth street.
Pleading and
Practice,
flee and paying for this adver
STOLEN. A white and black spotted pointer
dog, 1 reward will be paid for bis rstnrn
to Jim Crowder, on tho square, at his store.
LOST A pair of gold spectacles , Tho Under
will please return to Stolto llros. and be
suitably rewaraoa.
Stolte - Brothers,
FRESH -BREAD
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
Delivered In any part of the dtr. Increased
trade assures all or our groceries te bo fresh
STOLTE BROTHERS,
Corner Fifth and Franklin fits.
demut-txd and suffering from
Niuvoua Dintr.rrr, skmi'ML,
wx-kNcss, maiiTir missions
and all the effects of early svil
HAaixs, which lead to riuufA-
Wim are wain, mtnvovs anu
TDUEUKCAY, CONBUMniO Or
in.anitt. send for Pears' Trea
ties on diiiw.1 or maw, with particulars for
U( JUB CDBX.
Cures guaranteed . No enro no pay J. S Px.u
CU and 014 Church St. Nashville. Ten... ,
New Enterprise.;
Call aud seo Edgar fc Co.'s new
Cider Mill In Stone's now hotel block,
on 6th street, between Austin avenue
and Frunklln streets. Como and get
some fresh older from the apples as
they are ground and pressed. Cider
by the glass, pint, quart, gallon or
barrel at rock prices. Come one, come
all. J. It. Edgar & Co. Im04
The Waco Furniture ouaipaMy'.
hollday display looks as though they
ware still holding the State Fair.
Opera glasses in all styles, at Le
Doux'g, 403, Austin avonuc.
ii
Ourloa.
The most attractive feature of Mor
rlaon. Higher. & Co'h. holldav stock
is the wonderful Hue of Imported
Courts,
QGo to the Silver Moon to-morrow aad
" fino turk . d,
New crop Louisiana malasaes extra
ta at Jm Thompson. u
Ml
NEWS NOTES.
A Chinese dealer in Fresno was sent
to jail for eight days for plucking a
livo turkey.
A western fakir is soiling an ad
justable cngagomont ring that' can bo
made to fit any finger.
Over $8,000,000 was invested in
roller skating rinrs during tho crazo,
and most of it proved a total loss.
The number of streets in London is
now upward of 28,000, and now onos
aro added at tho rato of 300 per ycar.1
One out of every five school children
in Philadelphia is obliged to wear
glassos, and tho proportion is rapidly
increasing.
Mobilo has $500,000, appropriated
for hor harbor, and tho largest oooan
vessels will by and by bo enabled to lio
at her wharves.
Thero are forty-two firms in tho
United States engaged in tho manufac
ture of ohowing gum. Their trade is
increasing and it is estimated that tho
value of their product this year will
not bo loss than ?iu,uuu,uuu.
A lady was takun to tho eounty in
firmary at Bellefontaine. Ohio, a fow
davs ago with her threo children, cs
caped the other night, and taking the
wheel-borrow belonging to tho institu
tion., loaded her babies into it and
wheoled them ten miles to her fornior
home. Her pluok is so muoh admired
that she will bo assisted with work and
not bo obliged to roturn.
Samuel Davis, tho twenty-two-year
old son of William Davis, a wealthy
farmer, fifteen miles north of Jefferson
ville, In., was found dead Saturday
morning with his neok caught betweon
tho pallings of a fence. Ho had star
ted to the barn to feed the stock, and
in climbing over the fonco slippod.
His neck, catohing in tho pallings, was
broken. He was to be married Christ
mas.
Tho number of artificial teeth mado
in America last vear by threo of 'tho lar
gest business houses engaged in tho
trade was nearly 27,000,000, and this
was not more than half tho actual pro
duct of tho country. Ono peculiar
feature of the businoss is that tho
houses whioh do tho most oxtensivo ox
port trado aro obliged to propare teeth
of different colors for different coun
tries. In Canada for insttmco, tho do
inand is for molars as white as snow,
while in South America no suoh teeth
could bo sold. Thero th'oy require
teeth that aro almost yollow and tho
trade from China vhich is a lucrative
one, is for nothing but blaok tooth.
Gems of Philosophy.
Lobbtein Charity is not an aotion;
it is life.
Luther To do so no more is tho
trnost repentance. ,
Mugoon Truth is liko a torch; when
shaken it shines.
Landor Tho is a vast deal af vital
air in loving words.
Bartol Character is a diamond that
scratches every other stono,
Bonnurd Silenco is tho wit of fools
and ono of tho virtues of the wiso.
Thomas a' Kompis All is not lost
when anything goes contrary io you.
Diderot Fow persons live to-day, but
aro preparing to do so to-morrow.
Epictetus What wo ought not to do
wo should nover think ot doing.
Lessing A single gratoful thought
toward heaven is tho most . effectivo
prayer.
George Macdonald Somo pcoplo
only understand enough of truth to re
joct it.
Countess do Gasparin The oddest
thing under tho sky is a soul incapable
of sadness.
Schiller A merely fallen enemy may
riso again, but the reconciled ono is
truly vanquished.
Feltan Comparison: more than ro
ality, makes men happy and oan niako
tho wretched.
Froudc You cannot dream yourself
into eharacaotcr; you must hammer and
forge yourselt one.
Mathew Henry No great characters
aro formed in this world withont suf
fering and self-denial.
Colton Men will wrangle for reli
gion, write for it, fight for H, die for it,
anything J';Miv9 for it.
i
The Silver Moon still holds her own,
can give you any thing that is in the
line of satisfying your appetite, (ho
bills of fare aro arranged to ploaao
hearty and dainty caters.
Don't fail to have your oyster loavea
put up at Joe Lehman's. ,
, A nice Hue of jewelry and flno
watch repairing specialty at A. J.
Leslie's.
Go to W. p. Jackson and get pho
tofraphofyottrwliandehllarM.' '
M1VF.R niNAMTSR.
Knte Adam, Rnnalaas; from Meanuhl '
te Arknnaaa City, Rnrnesl.
Memphis. Tcnn.. Doo. 28. The
elegant passonger steamer, Kate
Adams, running as a somi-weokly be
tween Memphis and Arkansas City,
burnod this morning noar Commerco,
Miss., forty miles south of this city.
Sho was enrouto to Memphis, and had
about 200 people aboard, inoluding
hor dook and cabin crow of eighty, and
twonty-fivo cabin and sity dook pnason
gors, and twonty-fivo colored cabin pas
sengers. Tbo fire, whioh caught in
somo cotton noar tho forward ond of
the boilors, was discovered about 8
o'clock, Tho passcngors wcro at break
fast when tho alarm was given.
Tho lost, so far as can bo loarned,
aro as follows:
Gcorgo Corbott, third clerk agod 38,
who had launohod the yawl and trying
to savo tho colored women on tho low
er dook. Ho leaves a wifo who resi
des in St. Louis.
Joo Porter,
Andrew Roes. ,
Monroo Jackson.
Jim NoIbod.
Senator Coloman.
Hillard Horton, of the colored cabin
crow, and.
Loc Finloy and.
Frank Wells, colored roustabout.
In addition about fifteen-dook pas
songors, four of whom were white men,
also drownod. In this list of unknown
wero three colorod women and two
children.
Thoy wore coming to Mem
phis to spend tho holidays.
Newspaper Ethics.
From tho Printers Circular.
A lawyer, when asked to pload a
causo, demands his foo boforo ho opens
his pursuasive mouth. You may hang
and go tho naughty ono boforo ho
will give you nis legal service
gratis. If ono dosircs to know what
investments aro good and likely to be
profitable, tho brokor who advises him
is quito euro to charge a commission
for making tho purohasc. Why, thon,
should an editor be expected to advo
cate all sorts of publio projects pro
bono publico? Tho contractors for iin-
?rovomonts make monoy out of thorn.
thy Bhould they not pay tho editors
who present their argumonts to the
punnet ii is not consiuorcu uuruga
tory for tho highest lawyer in tho land
to appoar beforo tho eity eounoil and
advooato tho granting of a franohiso,
but tho editor who oharges monoy for
doing tho samo thing is, assailed with
orics of "a subsidized press." Wo aro
not saying that tho ory ib unjust," but"
wo do ask whoro tho dittcrenco 18 Be
tween that which tho lawyer is piaiscd
for doing that for whioh tho editor ifl
denounced. Tho man from whom tho
lawyor asks a feo proceeds to draw his
check; the man trom tho editor asKs
pay cries "blackmail." Yet both do
tho selfsame thing. Why is thero ono
codo of morals for tho bar and another
for tho jiross?
Politeness.
Tboro is a vory polite lawyor in Chicago.
Yesterday he climbed upon' a North Bide car,
but in his hasto stopped upon a fat man's fa
vorito corns. "You infernal donkeyl ex-
claimed tho f. m., making a motion ns If to
kick tho Rosclus. "Permit mo to observe,
lr," replied thoittfr, swootly and entlroly
unruffled, ,"thnt tlio occasion was hardly
gravo onough to justify the uso of inch vig
orous language." A lady smiled approv
ingly. An old gontlemau with a wnlto neck
tie granted approbation. Bovcral young
girls tittered. Thof. m. scowled, said noth
ing and nursed ms aching limn, uiatwas
all. And now let the self sufficient east talk
again of tho "rowdy west," plaaso. Chicago
Tribune.
lilt Admirable Success.
'Porslstenco will frequently do inoro for a
man than will genius."
"I bellovo It I bad an experience In that
lino myself."
"In what woyp
"When I commenced to study in an at
torney's ofllco ray father sneorlngly told mo
that I would nover bo ablo to acqulro a knowl.
edgo of tho law, but I persevered."
"And are you a lawyer nowp
"Not exactly, but I'm a dcputyiherlff."
Lincoln Journal.
Farcetfnl of AIL
Tbore is a Borksblro county family where
tho youngest of a largo family wa a com
missioned officer in tho army and Jost an arm
and bait a ieg at Hall's Bluff. And now,
despite the fact tbat he is past CO and baa
threo married children with families ot their
own, his old motbor, forgotting his gray, .
head, bis battered frnmo and hi dignity as a
grandfather, still calls him "Baby."-Albany
Journal
The Time When.
A math went Into a provision toro in Bos
ton the proprietor of which was German.
"How much do you oak for your sausages!"
h. innuired. "Dwentv cents." "I can buy
them for a shilling of Mr. ." "Vyyou
didn't, den!" "Ho was all out ot them."
"Ob, veil, I tells mino sausages for a shilling,
doo, yen I vat oudt." Bhoo and Leather Re
porter. "
Slightly Mixed.
When the old time New Gnglonders set
about writing epitaphs they often jroduoa
results which aro a marvel to their posterity.
Word comes from Portsmouth ot a peculiarly
interesting ono. Hero it is: "Hero He the
body of Abljab Gates. Ho wa lost at sea,"
Boston Herald. a
Three calls at Mwk&Cacoiumlslii
slon house for two-horse wagtwi ir-
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