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WACO EVENING NEWS.
VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1888. NO. 12. SANGER BROS. WILL ALWAYS .TELL ! .OUR GREAT MARKING DOWN. FANCY CHINA Has given us during the last few weeks an increased sale in this line which we never expected, but as we are still overstocked we will have ANOTHER GREAT SAGRIFIGE SALE ! MARK OUR PRICES!! Our 17 ct. and 20 ct. quality will be sold for 12 1-2 cts. Our 30 ct. quality will be sold for 20 cts. Our 35 ct. quality will be sold for42S cts. Our Damask Matting will be sold for 35 cts. LACE CURTAINS CUT RIGHT IN TWO ! ! Our $1.50 Lace Curtains will, be sold at Our $3.00 " " 11 11 Our $4.00 " " i 11 11 Our $5.00 ' " 11 .1 11 Madras Curtains. Tamborn Lace Curtains, Antique Lace Curtains, Irish Point Cur tains iNoramgnam jiace uurtams. AT SUCH PRICES AS THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN HEARD OP BEFORE. MOSQUITO - BARS! In tlio piece and ready niado will be sold for the balance of the season at such prices that it would bo folly to allow these little Humming Birds, to trouble us. A Large Assortment of Dado Shades on Hartshorn Rollers at GO cts. and Upwards. The Cut Trices in our Carpet Department are Still Going ou. Sanger Brothers. a. B. Gilmer A Co'u Bnrffitlns. No. 1. A new C room two-story brick house in St. Louis, Mo. Corner of Utah and Iowa streets, No. 2727. This is 111 every way a nico place and only 3 blocks from Benton Park. Place worth $3800 with an incum brance of $2000 which has two years to ruu at 0 per cent interest. Will exr chaugo equity in place for a house and lot in Waco. Tho object of exchang ing is to locate in sorao good sized city in Texas, and go into the manufactur ing business. No. 2.-10,000 aorcs in Bandera aounty, all under fence in aboutS pas tures, about 500 acres in cultivation, 58 miles from Ban Antonio. Banoho well stocked. Will exchange for Waco proporty. No. 3 10 acres near Daughorty's to exchange for property in tho city, price $2,000. Also 0 acres near Driv ing Park to exchaugo; price S1.G00. No. 4 700 acres of land in Lime stone county, l2mlles north of Frosa, one third down, balance ou as long timo as deslrod. stock, utensils and all go with the place, 100 acres in cultivation. 50 acres pasture. 400 acres prairie, 300 in timber, three sets of cabins. Will sell at a bargain. No. 5520 acre farm, consists of lots N. 5 ana 0 of tlio Antonio juan chaca survey, is all uuder good live wire fonco, about 75 acres in cultiva tion, balanco in pasture, a good framo house of 0 rooms on the place, barn nnd other Improvements. The land Is about 0 miles south of Bolton and one mile from Salado lliver on which is located a steam llourlng mill. Val ue $20 per aore. Will exchange for lumber, or Waco property. No. 0125 acres IK miles northwest of Walnut Springs, all under fence, nearly all tillable 70 or 80 acres in miltivktioii. nlentv of water. Prioe $l,800,ono third cash, balanco to suit purohasor. No. 7 Lots 1 and 2 block 17, Chani berlin addition. North 5th and Ky. avonuo. Prlco $1,700. No. 84 lots block 13, Boll's addi tion on 23d and Cleveland Sts., also lots on 22d and Flint Sta. South west corner blook 5 Bell's addition. Will take $1,000 for all. J. B. GlIiMEK fc Co.. Franklin street is showing com mendable signs of progress, and the Brunswick Hotel is leading the pros sion and will soon be one of the lead ing hotels of the city, as Mrs. aj uu:. I..- !., AUnY elm hairier a nunc ijaa laKCU V.lium., - w...0 lady of vast experienc in the hotel niicinai-t- MATTINGS .... . . . . , $1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 How It Is. When a railroad oonnnntlnn with tho Aransas Pass was first in nogotia- j lion mo original proposition was that tho city of Waco was to givo depot grounds, the right-of-way and twenty thousand dollars in cash. This was not consummated and then the build ing of tho road by m stock company was undertaken. This fell through and led to negotiations by which an agreement was made between tho committee ol fifteen and Mr. Cameron, the ono to grade the road for the fif ty thousand subscribed and between the Aransas Pass aud Mr. Cameron that that road was to give Mr. Came ron $150,000 in first mortgage bonds. This arrangement fell through be cause a provision against consolida tion of roads in tho constitution Inter fered. Then the old original proposi tion was offered Mr. Lott. Mr. Lott demands that Waco give bond to so curo right-of-way. Mr. Cameran wrote Mr. Lott yesterday that Waco would not give bond but would turn over the bonus and guaranteo that right-of-way would not cost more than $10,000 and there it Is. No an swer has yet been received. Tlio Dnuce Went oil. Gainesville July 27. There was a big dance going on at a picnic near Caddo Indian Territory when a diffi culty arose betweeu Julius Hampton and a man by the name of Empton. Pistol were drawn, and Empton was shot dead. He was calmly lifted into a wagon standing near by, a blanket thrown over him and the dance went on as smothly as if nothing had hap pened to disturb the pleasure of the crowd. Wenry ol Life. Mrs. Stowers who lives near Pottry, committed suicide Wednesday night by cutting her throat. Her husband was just making arrangements to take her on a trip to improve her health. m Bhow case wanted at Blsmark's. For Sale A mllkshaker at Bismarck's. RETAIL. DEPARTMENT I, n & US Isaac Lewis' HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THE BUSINESS LATELY OWNED BY H. B. OIiVIMIIV & Co. CORNER AU8TIN AND FIFTH STREETS, We would Respectfully Invite Attention to our unusually well assorted stock of Dry Goods, Embroideries, Clothing, Gents' - Furnislpg - Goods, Carpets .'. and :. Mattings. PRICES GUARANTEED AGAINST THE STORlvD. Lessin, Solomon & Rosentbal, Corner Stla 1 Konsinf inera up. Decature, 111., July 27. Rev. J. G. Jourdon, the colored prohibitionist from Texas, spoke at the National Camp-meeting to-night, uttering sen timents that are resented by the col ored people. Rev. Jourdon is the negro who got use of the African Methodist church at Springfield be fore coming to Decatur, where he said he was only going to talk on temper ance. He devoted his remarks to abuse of the Republican party, say ing it had never done anything for the colored race, and further, that he thought the colored race should vote either the Democratic or prohibition ticket. One colored woman in the audience was so indignant that she said she would give $20 for the privi lege of horse-whipping the stranger who would attempt to mislead her race. Kev. jourdon gave utteiance to the same sentiments here, and got into discussion to-day with a soldier prohibitionist, who will now vote the Republican ticket. Judge Lynch. Wahpeton, Dak. July 27. The body ofL. S.Elmer, who so cruelly mur- derod pretty Mary Kerbel, hangs sus pended Irom a bridgo overJBoiso Do Sioux rivor. A masked mob of 100 determined men ovprpoworod Slionil' Miller and deputy and broko through tho cages and took tho murderor out. Tho sheriff offorod all tho physical re sistance his 260 pounds afforded, but did not attompt to shoot or fight, bo causo tho .mob wero all his friends, and ho said tho lifo of a murderer was not worth tho lifo of a friond. After tho hanging the mob quietly dis persed. Jim Hlnluo to Take the Htnmp. . New York, July 27. There will bo two James G. Blalnes on tho stump, but not until autumn. Jamos O. Blaine, Jr., Is spending July at Sea bright. Ho said to your correspond- ' ont: "Fathor will make several speeches soon after hid return from Europe, probably, but ho will not go 1 into the campaign until September. We expot that ho will put in two months of hard work for Harrison and Morton. What will b his ora- nil Old Stand.) and JVuis-tiri. Sts. torial specialty? Protection. That Is tho issue, you know, and ho will de vote himself to It." Fatnl Honeymoon. Warsaw, 111., July 27. Jamos B. Ileagan, married two weeks ago to Miss Ella Vincent. The wedding was the social event of tho season, aud as the young couple wero very muoh In love with each other a bright future was predlotod. This morning tho town was horrified at tho news that Reagan had killed himself with a pistol and that his bride was in a death agony from tho effects of poi son. The story baoK ot tno tragedy has not yet come out. Physicians are at work on the woman, and may pos sibly savo her life. It is supposed there was a quarrel. fcliot to Dentil Lufkin, Texas July 27. Clawson's mills. a colored man named Millard, aged 30 years married, enticed the little 1 2-year-old daughter of a well known respectable family, into the bushes near her father's house, and violently assaulted her and by threats made her promise not to tell the facts but on her return home she informed her mother. The news spread rapidly and soon after his cap lure some 200 determined men gather ed together and in open daylight un masked heard the confession of the scoundrel allowed him time to pray, then suspended him by the neck, fil ling his body with hundreds of bullet holes. Died WlKthhUHweethcnrt Texarkana Ark., July 27. Chap peli place ten miles distant on Red river. Peter Walker and May Whit ney both colored wanted to marry, but the girl' parents objected. Last night they eloped and started across the Red river to an adjoining county to get married, and when about two thirds of the distance had been navi gated the skiff was overturned. They cried lustily for help but before it could reach them it was too late. The boy was a good .swimmer and could have easillr reached the shore but he stayed with his sweetheart and they I went down together. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Thc Ailnlterer. Los Angeles, July 27. A roportur formorly on tho stall'of the St. Louis Post-Dlsputch, while standing at tlio Santa Fo depot, this city, yesterday, saw a man and women 011 tho north bound train whom ho Identified as Editor Henry W. Mooro nnd Mrs. Jno. W. Norton, tho runaway couple from St. Louis. Itcanltor Wllllnm'ft Vlntl. St. Petersburg, July 27. Tho Jour nal de St. Petersburg says: "If Em poror William's friendly visit to Rus sia aroso from a desire to establish rotations based upon mutual trust of a nature to consolidate tho friendship between the two countries, and to strengthen tho conlidonco in Euro pean peace, this end has been attain ed for long yo rs to come." Jliiiiir to n Tree. Danville, Vu., July 27. In Haliiux county, near Mcadosvillo, yesterday, Bruco Younger, colored, committed an assault upon Mrs. Robert Dodge, who was in a delicate condition, no was arrosted and sent to jail at Hali fax court houso. Liifct night a party of men took Younger to a neighbor ing wood and hanged him to a tree. Another ItninliC Itnml. Plttsbuig, .TulyiJ27. A movement is on foot among thuQsoap manufactu rers of the United Statos to form 11 soap trust. A meeting Avas hold in Now York oity recently and plans 01 organization discussed; It is pro posed to hold another mooting shortly and perfect an organisation. Tho as sociation will regulate pricos and pro duction, and endeavor to secure leg islation that will piotect tho best in terests of manufacturers. TexnN Iiitentorn. Washington," July 27 Tho follow ing patents havo been issued: Wni.H. firifllth, assignor to him self and C. C. Grundy, Bolivar, Tex., car coupling; Joidau Hnnim, May, Tex., windmill; James A. Hazlowood, Clifton, Tox., sulky cultivator; Win. Holliday, Bagwell, Texas, wagon bud olovator; Aioxander McNoil, Valley Mills, Texas, show-case; John "W. Place, San Mateo, Tox., fruit holding device - b Helil to Aimuer. Laredo, Toxas, July 27. Tho case of Pablo Gonzales, charged with the rapo of a 10-year-old girl, Alonls Lal 11s, was concluded before Justice Fos ter this morning. Tho evidence of Dr. J. P. Arthur, tho physician who examined tho victim, was conclusive, and tho defendant was bound ovor In bond of $10,000. Ho was unnblo to give tho bond and was remonded to jail. Wreck mill Dcnth. Galiiosville, July 27. Thoro was 11 wreck on the Santa Fo at Justin, ton miles south of this place, last night. The trunks on ono of tlio freight cars gavoway and ton cars rolled into a .ditch. .J. M. Knox, a young man who was makiug his way ovor tho road, jumped or fell off and was horribly mangled. Kuox's remaing whoro shipped to-day to relatives lu Parsons Kas. A Dlootly FlKlit. Pulosti'no, July 27. Ex-City Mar shall, Chris Rogers, was stubbed and mortally wounded by Billy Young , an engineer on (ho International and Groat Northern railroad at 4:110 this ovening. It was not known that any fl'iiarrol existed botwoon thorn and tho cuuso of the killing Is not known. Rogers is dead and Young is undor arrest. Tho lrv!(leut' l'nrty. Now York, July 27. Tho yacht Susquohanua, with tho president and party aboard, was anchored off Surf Hotol, Fire Isand, at 10 o'clock this morning. Tho president spent a qulot night at tho villa of Postmustor-Goii-oral Dickinson at Bath Beach and with tho rest of Mr. Stioknoy's guests boarded tho Susquehana at 7:.'t0 this morning and the vessel at onco pro ceeded to Fire Island. Admlttud to Hwll. Brenham, July 27. The county court to-day granted bail in the sum of $5000 to each of the six Germans' accused of being concerned in the hanging of the negro last Saturday night. 1 he bail n bubject to wltat action the grand jury nray take in the matter next September.