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WACO EVENING NEWS.
WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY, MAY 6, 1889.
Ladies' Ready-made Ms
New, Stylish and Neatly Made
In IK llzn Hid QuiIIIIh.
UIW1I SIUTS-SITEEII SIHTs
Every Lady1 can find just what she
wants without going tnrougn tne
worry and vexation of having her
dresses made to order.
Ladies' White Lawns suits, trimmed with embroidery at $4. 25.
White Lawn suits, pretty, trimmed with fine embroidery and
stylishly made, at , $7 .
White Lawn suits, trimmed in Hamburg Embroidery, waist
to match, very pretty, at $8 50.
White Lawn suits, djrectoire. waists, and over drapery in one
"piece, quite stylish, at $n 85.
Ladies' Combination Gingham suits in all colors, solid, with
fnnrv trimmings, at $5 85.
Ladies' Satteen suits, tucked waists, fashionable colors and
very neatly made, at $7 5
Ladies' Gingham suits, very stylish, fringed sash, choice
colors, at $7 .
Ladies Satteen suits, with albetros fedora fronts and velvet
reveres collars and cuffs, at ju'
And a thousand other styles and qualities, which should be
seen to be appreciated. '
Cor. Fl nil instil Streets.
We would like a few
words with you on the
Everybody in Waco
knows we have the larg
est, most commodious
and best equipped Car
pet Department in the
Everybody knows we
carry the largest stock
of Carpets in the city.
And we want every
body to know that there
i was an extraordinary
I large sale of Carpets at
auction in in ew 1 ur.
City some two weeks
since, at which we
bought very largely for
sj - cash ; in fact, we
believe we have too
many, and have con
cluded to offer them at
the lowest prices ever
quoted in the city for
New and Desirable
Goods. There are no
old "chestnuts" in the
lot; no old shop, worn,
moth-eaten goods, but
the very pick of the o
that was offered.
you can get in a variety
of patterns at 3 7,ac, 40c,
43c, 50c a yard. These
goods usually sell at 65c
to 85c a yard.
iBrussells carpets at
55c and 65c that used
to sell at 75c to 1.00.
Brussels carpets at
7gc that would be con
sidered cheap at $100 a
1 Wilton Velvets at 90c
and $1.00; not a piece
in the lot worth less than
from $1 .25 to $1 .50 a yd
j And we are also of
fering this week a line of
all Wool Extra Supers f
at57sC a yard; also all
Wooltthree-plys at 75c
These arc Bargains
and will not he of
fered soon again.
Offer Ten Great Buns is Week.
Cor. 5th and Austin Sts.
T. IF- JONSS
"W. EC- JONBS.
JONES : BROTHERS,
ML ESTATE AfflTS,
OVER THE WIRES.
Telegraphic Miscellany Care
fully Culled From Sundry
BT7-5T AISJTJ SEXX, ALL ICIITXJS OF
On Farm and Wild Lands on
Long Time, at Low Rates of
All Business will have Prompt
J. D. Mayfield,
Will furnish Cash to buy Waco
Real Estate. Small monthly pay
ments. Persons desiring to sell
their property can always have their
Vendors Lien notes cashed at face
value by calling on
J. . O MAYFIBID.
'Harder Will Ont."
Palestine. Tex . Mav 4. Tho old
niWfi. "murder will out." has been
startlingly verified hero to day by tho
arrest ot an aired man ana citizen lor
an assassination which occurred twen
ty-ore years ago. One sunny morning
about that timb two boys on their way
to the mill found by the roadside tho
body of young Polk Abies, riddled
with bullets and lying at the edge of a
little glade, seven milles west of Pales
tine. His right boot was puuea on ana
it. wan known that ho had been naid
the sum of 1400 a few days before.
Robbery was at first supposed to be tne
Ma motive. Youncr Abies was on his
way to a dance at a Mrs. Wright's when
murdered, and parties at tne nouse
heared first a horn blow, then gun
shots, followed by cries of some ono in
distress. A short time after this Bon
MiUm. Oscar Fields and Devil John
Parker appeared at the dance,and thero
is a tridition tnat some woman at tne
party washed blood from Ben Milam's
itnat. Ooava. St'Rnifiinn became rife in
ftiA nniirhborhood. and the further fact
anon tasked out that tho murdered man
was an eye-witness to the driving oil of
a bunch of horses by Henry Fields
and tne party above menuonca, adios
having deteoted them running the
horses across the Trinitv river. The
four men mentioned above were ar
rested,an examining trial was had, and
the parties bound over to await tne ac
tion of the grand jury.
It is surprising to note th) 'rapid
changes of twenty years. In that pe
riod folly thirty people connected one
way or another with tho murder have
AW and few nersons now live who re
member tne events 01 tne muraer or
tho judicial investigation which fol
lowed. 'Inreo ot tne reputea assassinB,
Devil John Parker, Oscar Fields and
Ben Milam have passed in their enecKs
and gone to pay vueir lyu wsuuuuw,
In January last Ben Milam sick
ened, and on his death-bed he con
firmed the suspicion of many by a
death-bed confession. He confessed in
tho presence of several persons that
be and rancor stationea inemsuiYos
kv ttiA rnad.aidc. while Henrv Fields
and his son Oscar vent on ahead to
watch for the viotim. That the Fields
were to blow a blast of a horn should
Abies be alone, and two blasts if he
had company. The fatal blast sounded
in the stillness of the evening, and a
few minutes afterward, Abies appear-
ing alpne, the two concealed assassins
emptied their shotguns and pistols
into his body.
El I'nao'a Hanlcipnl Row.
'El Paso, Tex., May 4. The oity
council this morning decided to fill the
filaccs of tho three abdicating Itepub
lean councilman. They elected I. M
Pnnnxv nldprmnn from tho First ward
and R V. Berrv and J. D. Ochea aldor-
men from tho Fourth ward. Each ward
is now fully represented. Tho llepub
licans handed in tho names of twenty
alWod fraudulent DmoaratlQ voters
nf thn First ward, hut withdrew fifteen
of them, being satisfied thoy were le
gal voters The Democrats are now
produoing ample proof to show that
the othor fivo are also legal voters.
50 pieces Nainsook Checks at
5 cents a yard.
4-4 bleached soft finish Domestic
6 3-4 cents a yard,
20c. Sateens marked down to
12 1-2 cents a yard,
2 7-inch China Si)k will be sold at
75 cents a yard.
A large lot Fans, worth 2 5 & 3 5 c
for 10 cents each,
An elegant line of fine Fans,
worth from $1 to $1.50,
lor 50 cents each.,
New lot Silks Umbrellas, with
Gold Handles for $1,50,
Best bl'k & col d Hose in the city
for 25 cents a pair,
Novelty lot ofChallies just open' d
A lot of Ladies' Dongola Kid Button Shoes worked But
ton Holes for 1 o a Pair,
Eitra Good Bargains in all kinds of Shoes and slippers at
JLEWIWE - BR0S,
Cor. Austin and Sixtn streets.
Pesquello Barficrrs, Tony Lazto, Com.
al Tomtilln and Tony unanoy. xnoy
were carried beforo Justice Holland
where thoy gave bond for the sum of
(500 each for their appearance Monday.
flood cnntln work tioroon nlno several
excellent brood bares for solo for cash
or on easy payments. Gall on J. B.
Dixon ivi Austin aenuc.
Winkler's Big Haal.
Fort Worth, May 5.-Postal clerks
running here bring the information
tnat w liter, the postal cierx wno leu
liia train ot Roannnnror Home time aoro
and who hag not been seen since, has
mora monev than at brst was BUDDOsed.
and this comes about in this way. At
the April drawing ot tno iiouisiana
state lottery a tictceo sold at nauetts
ville on the Aransas Pass drew one
twentieth of the capital prize of $300,
000. This tioket was sent for collec
tion to New Orleans, and is said to
have cone into the hands of Winkler at
Wnllin Thn nlnrlr who hrinra the in-
lormation says tnat w inxier naa no
difficulty in getting the $15,000 the
ticket called for at a bank in New Or-
Inane Tt. in onid that, t.hie ln-s will fall
on tho man who owned tho ticket and
that he has been notified that tho tick
et was cashed.
Nyatenintic Mteallair Stopped.
Houston, Tex., May 4 For sovor
al weoks past the warehouse of W. D.
Cleveland haB been systematically rob
bed. This morning about 1 o clock
Policeman Hodgson, at tho Central de
pot, noticed a negro driving a draj up
on which wero two barrels. Thinking
that somctning was wrong no arrcstcu
the darkey and found that the barrels
contained sugar. The driver, nenry
Lewis, was taken to the station house,
and ntinn hplm. f1onflv ntipntioned ad
mitted that be had stolen tho sugar
from Cleveland's warehouse, but said
that ho did so at tho instignation of an
Italian named George Miobael. Ho ad
mitted to having taken at different
times eight barrels, upon the strengtn
nf this nnnfeision several officers went
to Michael's house on San lelipe strcot
for the purpose ot arresting mm, nut
wrn ntnnd off bv Michael and several
of his friends who were armed with
rifles. This morning the policp suc
ceeded in arresting Georgo Michael,
llosty Boomera Hold for Perjury.
Washington, May 4. George W.
Cole o,f Chicago, who was in Oklahoma
when that territory was thrown open to
settlement, had a conference with At-
tnrnnv.flcnnral Miller this afternoon
in regard to tho condition and conduct
of government othocrs on tnat occasion.
According to his statement Marshal
Jones of Kansas and nearly all of his
7oo deputies took illegal advantage oi
their offioo to get possession of choice
land. Mr, uoie said ne was on tne
spot and was prepared to subtantiate
his oharges against Marshal Jones and
deputies. He said furthe that Mar
shal Needles and nis aeputies oi tne
Oklahoma district were allecd to bo
equally culpable in the matter, but as
he was not personally cognizant oi tno
facts, so far as tho officers were con
cerned, he aid not care to ne responsi
ble for the charges against them. Ho
saw enough, however, during ins stuy
Ul tUibU UBJR 111 WUW VtllUIJ WW wa
vince him that certain people had been
given unduo advantages in securing
claims, anu uo uucuiuu ma uu.j v
hrinir tho matter to tho attention of
the proper anthoritios. Ho said he
hid t.a irnrt witn Mccreiarv nouie in re
gard to the matter and it was at his sug
gestion that ne caucu on tno attorney-
general, xno tatter inannou mm iur
his Information and assured him that
the matter would bo thoroughly inves
tigated. He said ho had already seen
enough to Do satisncu mat some croon
ed business was porpetratcd in Okla
homa, and he was determined that tho
offonders should bo brought to justico
Tnannntor Frank Hobbs of tho gen
eral land office in a letter dated Guth
rie, Oklahoma, April 28, says; "Tho
rnorda at. tho office door haVO LcOn
very groat, and tho most perfect order
has prevailed throughout, and in my ex
perience I have never soen a better
class of settlers at the opening of a
new land omoo.
Clooks in Italian marble, brass, sil
ver, bronze, barbatian finish, all latest
novelties and low prices, at Lovinski's
Artesian baths uro becoming very
Try a Bauoor of Lehman's cream.
Vnonlo'fi Ruildinir and Savinir Asso
ciation havo tronoy. You can got it. t
You will savo money by getting tho
prices of W. T. MecrB on cut and cord
wood before purchasing. t
Go to Joo Lehman's and keep cool.f t i
Fine steaks and gamo of all kinds
at White's restaurant, South Fifth
street, next to Hotel noyai.
W TV Shields, asssiatant division
superintendent of the Pulman oar com
pany, is at tho Pacific
ninU' Nt Soup.
Chineso birds' nest soup is a taste
less, gelatinous compound, according
to the palato of western nations.
Thcso uefcts are most plentiful iu Brit
ish North Borneo, whom thoy aro
fnii.wl In nnvn Thnir nro mnilo from
a soft fungoid growth that incrusts
tho limestone in all damp places: it
grows about an inch thick, outsido
dark brown, inside white. It is taken
by tho bird in iU mouth and drawn
out in a lllainont backward and forward
liko n cuterpillar weaving his cocoon.
Thcso "birds" are bats and swifts. Tho
nests are gathered by candle light at
tho dizry noight of several hundred
feet; these caves havo been worked
for soven generations, without any
apparent diminution., though three
crops aro gathered in a year. Good
Shirt Factory .
Old nimtomnra of Mr. S. Kins will bo
pleased to learn that he has again
opened up tho rung auirt factory aim
will again supply theioity with his ele
gant shirts in oharming fits. The new
factory is No 121, South Willi street.
Mr, King is a prince 6f outtcis and
fitters and his fine work had a big run.
He invites all his old customers and
also new ones to visit him at his new
place and leave their orders.
Durwlo Contulta a Doctor,
A very pathetic story is told by Dar
win in tho 1 if oof his grandfather, Dr.
Darwin of Derby. Ono day a patient
entered tho consulting room of a Lon
don physician and detailed tho symp
toms OI HIS Illness, it WM su uuacure
and difficult case, of a kind that was
only imjierfectly understood, and the
London doctor confessed himsolf fair
ly puzzled. He could only say that the
patient was in a most perilous state.
''Thero is only ono man in England
that understands the disease," said the
London doctor, "who understands
cases of this sort, end you should go
and consult him. It U Dr. Darwin of
Derby." "Alas!" was the answer, "I
am Dr. Darwin of Derby." Murray