Newspaper Page Text
WACO EVENING NEWS.
VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. NO. 48. SANGER BROS. On or. Abont the 15th of this Month, all of our Arrangements Will be Complete. The Magnificent Addition to our Building will be Ready to Open, all the Changes in the Main Building will be Beady, and then 0r all Stock, Whloh is Rapidly Pilling Shelves, will be Open for Inspection. From Now Until Then. DIM THE NEXT F01TEEN DAYS, "WE -WlliX, HAVE AH ciillll IqHoqop of IhiEnlipgemen. of our Esliblisfyiieiil AND AS A COMPLIMENT TO OUR MANY PATRONS Our Entire Stock 11 lie Retail! Summer Goods as well as the Early Fall Arrivals will be sold at Complimentary Prices. Our time as well as space is limited and will not admit of detail, but a visit DURING THE NEXT FOURTEEN FACTS,. AND WILL BE FOUND INTERESTING, FLEAS ANT AND PROFITABLE. 3STOTIOE. On Wednesday Evening at 6 o'clock our store will be olosed on ac count of Holiday and will be re-opened Friday Morning Sept. 7th. The Yellow Fever Camp. New York, Sept. 5. A.special from Camp Perry, near Jacksonvilfe, Fla., says the camp is splendidly located on a hill, a fine airy spot, but badly ar ranged and managed. There are 132 old army tents, 6x5 feet, with two stretcher cots in each. A band of can vass raised on elevated wires servesas a pillow, with a horse rug for cover. The men are given single, the women double, blankets. Ninety-five per cent, of the tents are leaky; the food is feir, but poorly cooked. To pre vent the place from becoming a camp for negro loafers a commissioned of ficer should be sent to take charge. At present there are 168 people in the camp, ninety colored, and not a contented man or woman in the ciowd. About 300 yards from the main camp is the hospital with one patient, Mrs. McKee Surgeon-General Hamilton has been seen and conferred with and gone away, but the people of Jackson ville are just where thev were before, save that they have secured some promises. No train out except to the health camp will be run. ClinllcuKett Investigation. New Yerk, Sept. 5. The mayor of Charleston, S. C. telegraphs the fol lowing communication to the Asso ciated Press: "My attention has been called to several dispatches expressing fears for the health of this city and the other cities of the south. Where as no infection has existed in this city, and whereas there is every guar antee founded on like experience of the past that we shall remain free of iniecuon, 1 earnestly pruicsi 111 iwc name of Charleston against these sensational and alarming reports. They can do no possible good. They will work a great wrong and evil. I challenge the strictest investigation of our condition. In this matter of vital welfare to healthy southern citUs, I will co-operate with you always ascer taining and circulating fact." NIxty-UveStiuBAn Hour. Cornous Chiisti, Sent. 5. A cly- clone, is reported in the east gulf south of Key West. The wind is reported at sixty-five miles an hour and all ves sels are warned not to leave. in Salt DAYS WILL VINDICATE THE JLflj-XjLXV) Opening or the St. I.ouln Exposition. St. Louis, Sept. s, The St. Louis exposition opened to-night under the most favorable auspices, the attend ance being something over 18,000. The display excels all former attempts and experience seems to have given exhibitors the highest degree of per fection in making their displays. Machinery hall is the only portion of the building where workmen are en gaged. Signor Liberati, wtth fifty musicians, furnish the music this week and will be lollowed later by Gilmore. In tor a Dniiiaffe Hult. Dallas Sept- 5. Yesterday evening a horrible accident, caused by the wretched condition of a street, occur ed nearly opposite Carter's stockyards as the result of which Mrs. W. Levy sustained very serious injuries. The lady was sitting on a load of her fur niture in a move wagon when the lat ter encountered a chasm in the street at the point referred to, with the effect of throwing her out and unloading a lot of the furniture on top of her. The poor lady was found in a almost insen sible state, suffering from internal in juries, the extent of which could not ue ascenaineu iasi mgni. rntnl Strike. Cincinnati. Sent. c.-Tosenh Dumas, a fireman at Geo. Engei's carriage factory, fatally injured Henry Kline, a n year-old boy, yesteraay aiternoon by striking him on the head with a hsf ball bat. Dumas had been sent to hold the public grounds for a game of base Dall, ana wnen tne crowa en croached upon it he rushed at them with the bat. The boy Kline was standing with his back to Dumas, and it is said the man deliberatly struck the bov on the head, causinir concus sion of the brain. D. mas fled, but was captured later. - Getting Alarmed. Shrovoport, La., Sopt 5. Dr. R. B. Rutherford, health ofllcor of Texas, wan in tlin nlt.v trwlfiv nnd mot the Shreveport board of health. All of them agreed on the necessity of strict quarantine to keep out the droad de sense, yellow fever, and will work together. RETAIL. DEPARTMENT LessiM. Sin k Rn (Isaac Lewis' Cleanfast Hosiery ! ACME OF PERFECTION REACHED I o No More Trouble nor Worry ! THE F. P. ROBINSON CO. BUCK STOCKINGS. Hi "CLEANFAST" NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS TRADE MARK ON EACH PAili We have been Appointed Sole Agents for the Cele brated CLEANFAST BLACK HOSIERY for Ladies, Misses and Children, and take Pleasure in Recommending them to the trade as the That will not Stain the one .raracie in w asmng. jirvery rair guaran teed as above and Money Reiunded in ev .ery instance where they fail to WASH- W1THUUT STAINING THE FEET OR FADING. A Trial will Convince the Most Sceptical. Corner tlx and Atoka, I. T. Sept. 6. Yesterday veniug two men (colored), oub a citi zen or the Nation named Alber teed, and ono named Ovorton, mot in mor tal combat at Sank Beatty's ranch, close to Atoka. Tho cause of tho quarrel was tba fact that Overton escorted some fclrls to the New Salem sohool house festival in opposition to Reed, who vas Jealous of tho mono poly. Rea3 lay In wait during tho festival and carried oil the wheels of Overton's wagon, whloh not on the following day caused tho fatality. Overton at the gathering on Sauk Reatty's ranch, challenged tho man who did tho mischief, upon which Read arose, both drew their nistols simultaneously and fired, both shots reaching the center of life. Road is dead, Overton in a hopeless condition. Secretary Vila. Milwaukee, Septembers. Col. Wil liam Vilas, secrptary of the interior, opened the Domoeratle campaign in Wisconsin to-night with a speaeh at West Side, Turner's hall. Tho Junior Jefferson and Jackson clubs, repre senting demooratlo organization in threo divisions of the city, escorted him to the hall, where there was an audience of about 1,00 persons. Tho members of the ladies demooratlo olub occupied seats on the stage, as did leading democrats from various parts of the state In attendance upon tho democratic stato convention. Printer Hilled. Little Rook, Ark., Sept 5, Harry Gorman, a printer who recently arri ved here, was klllod in tho Arkansas Valley railroad yard this afternoon. At a late hour last night with two companions ho cllmod up to the top of a car, nnd the trio wore soon asloop. A switch onglno bump ed up against the cars. Gorman turned over, aud when slack was taken In, ho mado another turn and rolled off. He struck his head, break ing his neck, aud was dead before as sistance reached him. Printers horo do not know where he lived, and tho remains were burled here. Him Old Stand.) Feet in wearing nor Fade -AxistinL Sts. An Appeal from Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Fla., Sopt. 5. It was decided this morning by the execu tive committee of tho citizen's nsso clutlon, In conference with tho board of health and acting mayor, to issue tno following appeal : "To our friends and fellow cltizons of tho United States: Wo. tho author ities and representative citizens of Jacksonville, recognizing tho fact that tho epidemic has now reached such a stage that our funds are In sufficient elthor to couo with the many cases of absolute necessity, for tne engagement of nurses or ;for nu merous other demands upon us, and whereas, owing to the obseneo of all business many of our most liberal cltizons are unable to furnish the funds, wo now think we aro Justified in accepting the many willing ofl'ors of aid that havo been received from you. Wo. therefore wish our folio w- cltlzons of the United States to know wo Nvill gratefully receive what thoy have offored, and that any contribu tions will bo used for tho benefit of those in need, and will be distributed where they will effect tho croatost good. We request that any such con tributions may be forwarded to Janios M. Sehumakor. president of tho First National bank and chairman of our flnanco committee; Neal Mitchell, president of tho Duval board of uoalth D. T. Gray, actintr mayor and P McQuado. acting president of tho citi zens' auxiliary association Jackson vllle, Fla. Our citizens have expen ded many thousands of dollars of their owirnieans, but now rooognlzo tho fact that, owlnjf to business beiiip protlcaully dead, they will bo able no longer to reliovo tho siek nnd ueody Dangerous We Alber. Washington, Sept. 6, 1 a. m. For eastern Texas threatening weather, rain, stationary temperature, northeast winds increasing in force, probably dangerous in lower Mississippi valley. Cyclone apparently south of Port Eads, moving northwest. ar unite GHAT THIS WEEK Ms! News! News! WE HAVE OPENED -IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Wo will keep you posted s that' you will know where you enn buy goods nnd Save - Money. Wo hnve received 50 Doaceii- Boys Waists, which wc wllL .sell nt ii() cents cnolu We hnve Hotter Qualities wliiclu wen ill sell correspond ingly Cheap. You enn buy mi Elegant Boys' or Youths Fall Hut. for 50 cents ench. Of course wc have liner ones too. Wc are showing by fnr the Hnndsomest nnd most Stil ish lints for Gentlemen. NEW STYLES OF" SIMPLY AT CASE PRICES. x OUR NEW STOCK D of' Fnll Clothing nntl Trousers wny above the Standard iu quality, and below usuul prloes. For the Ladies! Wo show tho prettiest line of Handerehlefs that has ever been seeu. Hera Stltoh Hand kerchiefs G ets., lOcts., loots., 20cts. nud 23ots. They aro veritable bargains. Niw bint of CopiiIi For 35ots. in whlto and col ored that cunnot bo duplica ted for 50 ets. It will pay the ladles to soo our largo Corsot stock, as wo havo somo very line ones wo will sell cheap. IMMENSE LINE OF UNDERWEAR. For Ladies, Misses tmd Chil dren just opened. ThoBO' goods havo been placed bo low, that it will not pay yoir to mako them. KHo5iery! Hosiery !o The cheapest and handsomest lino In the city. Balbrlggans at 12j por pair. Colored finished hose 15 per pair Come and soo our Now Goodtt udU you aro suro to bo pleased. Lewine Brother- Austin & (ith Sts- NEUiS