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WMB-; EVENING "NEWS.
WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1889.
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We have received several shipments this week
of above goods in narrow, med'um and flounce
widths in the prettiest paterns made, also a large
IRISH - POINT - EMBROIDERIES.
Our order for these several lots had been placed
very early and wa not filled until this late date,
we refused to accept them andgoL them at much
less than the regular price. These will be sold
this week at 25 per cent below value.
Hn 11 Lies fthnr
We are showing all the latest Novels, as fol
Jows: Crape De Chine.Scarfs in all N9w Shades,
Embroidered Lawn Chemisettes, Mull Vests
with Puffed Cuffs to match, trimmed with Tinsel,
Fauntleroy Collars in Embroidered Lawn, hand
drawn work, and printed China Silk, and a large
line of Ladies' Silk Embroidered Belt H'd'kTs.
Don't -:- Forgret
to pay us a special visit on
TUEUMY, WEDMElOiY OR IHUMDIY,
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As we will make our spring display of fine
oh these davs.
T. F. JONES
"W. H. tfOXTES.
JONES : BROTHERS,
El ESTATE AGENTS,
BXJ-T AND SELL ALL KIITIDS OF
On Fartn and Wild .Lands on
Long Time, at Low Rates of
Interest, . ,
All Business will have Prompt
J. E, Mayfield,
JHji' D. MAYFIELD. t
iVWISr -t BROKER.
JOHN D. MAYFIELD,
secretary Texas, Savings Loan Association,
respectfully solicits your business.
Wo want to chat with you. We
want to tell you of the many
nice things we have to show you
when you go out shopping, and,
what is more, we atford yon in
formation that will save you
money, and worry, and vexation,
and brings us additional business
and make our relations mutual
FIRST of ALL, wo are PUSH
ING THINGS NOW, and in our
Department we have some speoial
good bargains to offer in the way
We are showing a beautiful
lot of Children's Hem-Stiched
Yoke Gamps, which we will sell
you at 50o eaoh. They are real
ly oheap. Then we will show
ou Children'B Tuoked Muslin
rawers, extra quality at 20o a
pair. -And we have a line of
Children's Embroidered Drawers
at 25o and 3Go, that are worth
We hare some SPECIAL
DRIVES in Muslin Skirts which
we ean sell you at 50o and 75o.
The biggest bargain of the sea
son is a Torchon-Trimmed Skirt
for 1.37, whioh you oan BUY
THIS WEEK. ONLY.
Not only in the Underwear
Department, but in other parts
of OUR HOUSE have we good
We have JUST OPENED an
other line of Hem-Stitched Em
broidery and Flouncing that is so
popular and scarce.
Besides, we show some new
Ruohings at prioes that oannot
fail to please you.
If you have any shopping to
do for the boys, you oan find a
good line of Knee Pants at 26,
40, 50, 76 cents to $1.60 per pair,
and a large assortment of boys'
suits on whieh we guarantee a
saving of 40 per cent., as they
were bought that much under
If you want Straw Hats for
your boys or girls, come to us,
and you can buy tnem oneap, as
we bought large QUANTITIES,
to enable us to give beat values
fo the money.
We WANT YOU.H TRADE,
and will show our appreciation
and by offering you goods at the
lowest living value.
J RETAIL DEPARTMENT l
Cor. Fli aii Aistii Stents.
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At this price we will place
on sale this week a quantity of
Gent's Spring Suits made to
sell at 12.50, $15 and $20.
You can find in this lot of
Suits almost any style and
pattern in either Frock or Sack
made up in the very latest
style and of the nobbiest pat
terns. $gr Now is the time you
can get just what you want at
our moderate price.
$10 - $10 - $10
OYER THE WIRES.
Telegraphic Miscellany Care
fully Culled From Sundry
Doa'l Wast CMHC7.
Galveston, April5. A private dis-
&tch was received here this morning
rom Gen. A. G. (Malloy in Washing
ton, stating that ne had entered the
contest for collector of customs of the
Galveston district against Cuney and
Thompson. The impression provails
here that in consequence of the bitter
faotional fight between Cuney and Mal
loy, Thompson who is a clean-handed,
capable business man and not a repub
lican for spoils of office, as his opponents
are, will receive the appointment. A
well grounded rumor is current that a
strong protest is on its way from here
to the president vehemently protesting
against the appointment of Mr. Cuney
to the offioe of collector of customs,
which it is asserted is signed largely
by the republicans, black and white,
and many demoorats. xne ngnt lor
the position is watched with a good
deal of interest here, and there are
quite a number of prominent democrat
ic Strand merchant's who signed Mr.
Cuney's recomendations for the offioe
who are now regretting they did so.
Man Carver 4rreate4.
Marshall, Tex., April 4. Deputy
Sheriff Coe. of Miller county. Ark.,
together with Deputy Love of this
county went out to a tie camp three
miles east of Hevn & Camp's saw mill,
situated on the Paris, Marshall and
Northwestern railroad, and arrested S.
W. Wilkins, the man who cut the man
Wiss near Tcxarkana a few days since
for the offense of carrying away his
wife and children, Wilkins says that
Wiss took the woman and children off;
that he followed and obtained the cus
tody of one of his children and re
turned home: that he afterwards re
ceived a letter from Texarkana that
Wia had left and that his ohildren
were there starving; that he went Im
mediately for them, found Wiss there,
got into a row with him and cut him.
)aer Freak af Nat are.
Cisco, .Tex., April 8. The News
correspondent has been informed of a
peculiar freak of nature, that is quite
common around here this season. The
peaohes on a good many trees are Bot
single, but double, treble, and in a
good many in stances, quadruple, This
is not the case on just one tree, nor is
it confined to only one neighborhood,
but many trees are so loaded in differ
ent localities. This peculiarity has not
been satisfactorily explained.
Tixarkana. April 4. Tho remains
of a man wore found in the vicinity of
this city on the Arkansas siuo. The
facts were reported at the time. Coro
ner Doan, of Miller county, made a
I thorough examination of the body to
day, and found that tho body instead
of being buried in a box as at first re
ported was placed in tho shallow crave
on its side and three pieces of oak
plank, caoh about four feet long, plao
ed around it. From tho indications
the murderers finding ihe gravo too
short for tho body severed tho head
and buriod it separately. A common
table knife which had boon whetted to
a point was found , sticking between
the ribs of the skeleton. The cloth
ins: has rotted and but little remained
exoept the bones and some red hair
supposed to be from the head and
whiskers. A leather belt also encir
cled the body. It was supposed by
the physicians prosent that the body
had been buried at least two years.
The affair is still aprofound mystery.
Iafaatlelaa at Tyler.
Tylkb, April 4. A negro woman
by the name of Malisha Reed, about
30 years old, living in a colored neigh
borhood below the end of East Fer
guson street, was arrested and jailed
on a charge of making away with her
new born child. The searoh for the
child was induoed by tho stenoh aris
ing from beneath the houso in whioh
Malisha lived, and ihe result was the
finding of a colored boy babe 8 or 4
days old, whioh was born alive. Ma
lisha is in jail. Another negro woman
named Johanna Hoed was arrested this
moraine;. She tolls the whole story
that Malisha, who is her aunt, killed
the child and that she (Johanna) hid
it under the house.
Brewaea ta a CUura.
San Antonio, Tex., April 5. -Yen-terday
evening Frank Rosenorans, a
farmer living in tho nelotes mountains,
20 miles north of San Antonio, came
to his house from the field and found
his youngest child, aged 1 year, lying
on the bed alone. His wife and oldest
ehild, aged 3 years, wcro not in light.
He waited until night-fall and then
began a searoh for them. The water
ing pot, whioh was used for watering
flowers in the front yard, stood upon
the corner of an underground cistern
and tho cistern door was open. Look
ing down, Rosenorans saw his ohild'a
body floating on the water, and near it
his wife's sunbonnet. Search reveal
ed her corpso lying at tho bottom of
the cistern, whioh was more than six
feet deep. Both she and her child
had been dead for hours. It is sup-
Iiosed the child fell in, and the mother,
n attempting to resoue it, plunged
headlong Into the cistern. The water
was ovor depth, and besido was icy
cold. Sho must have soon chilled.
From the house to tho field was too
great a distanco for her husband to
hear her soreams for help,
New Janer Firebar.
Jkrsxy Cixr,N. J., Aril 4. The
leader of the gang of firebugs who
have been fleeoing insuranco compa
nies was arrested in thts city yester
day. Tho prisoner, Bernard Blumo,
was takon to Brooklyn, whor three oth
er members of the gang, Froderiok
icignt, ftredorick round and Drank
Dussing aro in custody. Tho method
of the gang was to rent stores, put in
small stocks, obtain heavy insurance
on stocks and fixtures, and when pre-
larpations were mado for an incendiary
ilszo a lamp would bo broken. Near it
would bo placed bjaddets filled with
bentine and around a bladder a circle
of gunpowder. A slow fuse was used
to ignite the powder, which exploded a
bladder, and liko a flash the plaoo
would be ablaze, leaving no traoe of in
cendiary work except a broken lamp to
deceive the insuranco people. The oc
cupants of tho store would of course bo
absent the night of the fire attending
social gatherings at the home of ono
or another of tho conspirators to prove
an alibi, uiumo was located at no.
21 P.ortor street, and between tho mat
trasses woro found twenty-two blad
ders. The gang aro anarchists, and
belong to the Chicago band.
Palxbtuu. April 6. Notioe is kIv
en by a eiroular issued from railroad
headquarters here to-dav that J. J.
Chew has been appointed traveling
passenger agent of the International
and Great Northern railroad, with
headquarters at Palestine. Mr. Chew
has been in the employ of the compa
ny for soveral years, and is rsted as a
Urst-ouss business man.
Tke ataaler Baatara Craaite.
Brussels, Apnl 6.-The report that
Stanley and Esain Pasha were march
ing toward Zanalbar is believed in of
fiial oiroles here. Surprise it expressed,
however, that Etuis Pasha should have
abandoned the lake provinces. The
ivory is possession of the party is esti
mated to be worth $3,000,000 frsiee.
J. N Gallagher attoreey-at-law.'j
315,, Austin avenue, Waeo, Texas. !
Wh Killed Aba Breaker
Tkxarkana, Tex, April 4. A
young man named Brooks who resides
in New Boston, to day swore out a war
rant for the arrest of Tom Lynch on
the charge of shootinp tho negro Abe
Brooks or Shipp on the train night be
fore last. Brooks stated that he saw
Lynch do the shooting. Mr. Lynch is
a resident of Now Boston and was thero
whon the outrago was consummated.
Ho is a very popular young man and is
in the employ of the abstract oompany
here. He heard of the action of
Brooks and hurried to give himself up.
Ho waived an examination and his
bail was set at $250, whioh he gave,
and would have given it if it had leen
that many thousand.
St. Louis, (April 5. A party of New
York capitalists, including Judge An
gust Van Wick, of the New, York su-
Creme benoh, tt. 11. Nibait and w. K.
fttley, left here last night over the
Iron Mountain for New Birmingham,
Texas, whero they go to look after their
interests in the Cherokee Iron and
Land company. They represent a syn
dicate which owns large mineral lands
at that point, and are going to arrange
for the erection 01 iron furnaces tnere.
It is said they had a conference here
with Edwin Gould with a view to en
listing the Cotton Belt railway and the
Gould interest in this enterprise, but
with what result is not known.
Washington, April B. The presi
dent has practically determined to take
a few days rest and recreation outside
of Waohington as soon as he oan do
so without sacrificing publio interests.
He has been under a severe strain,
mentally and physically, for the last
month, and it is beginning to tell on
his health. Friends and physioiana
have advised him to take a short re
spite from official duties, and he has
Eromlsed to do so at the first favora
A Farsrar Far Wars.
Fort Worth, Tex.. April 6.A
man passed two forged checks here
yesterday afternoon, and last night ia
the southwest part of town one for $27,
oa which he obtain6d 21 from a gro
cer, saying his wife would call for the
belaaee in the morning, and another
for $14, oashd at fall value by a butch
er named Daton, both professedly sign
ed bv Stenhen H. Mulkev. He is d-
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