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VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1888. NO. 53. SANGER BR0S.O SPECIAL ARRIVALS. We have just Received a Large and Ele gant Shipment of -HIGH ART NOVELTIES- Fall i dress Goods i The Largest Line of TRICOTS ever brought to this market. AM the very newest Colors for the Coming Season in 36 and 52 inch widths. IN ALL THIS NEW AND STYLISH COLORINGS 36 IN CHES WIDE, FROM 25 CENTS TO $1.00 PER YARD. A NEW AND HANDSOME ASSOSTMENNT, OF In all the Latest Weaves and Colors, 64 Inch widths at 4 05 cents per yard. An Endless Variety of DRESS SUIT PATTERNS In New Colorings and Weaves from $6.60 TO $so.oo. WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR Beautiful Collection of Silk and Wool-Mixed Suit Patterns OIF OTJH O'XWIXT IIiaPOB.T.A.I'IOIIXr. NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION. NOTICE. On account of Holiday, Friday evening, the 14th, at 6 o clock, and re open Saturday the 15th, at 7, p. m. The Winning Number. New Orleans, La., Sept. u. Ticket number 97,429 drew the capital prize, sold in New York city and Costa Rica, C. A.: 21,025 second prize, sold in New Orleans, Boston, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Columbus, 0., and Savannah, Ga. 44.545 third prize, sold in New York, Boston, Washing ton, Natchez, Miss., Maryville, Mo., Edin, N. M., Sulphur Springs and Temple, Tex 1507 fourth prize, sold in New Orleans, IChicago, San Fran cisco and Pine, Cal., Louisville, Ky. Toledo, 0., Mansfield, Center and Atlanta, Tex., and Mulberry, Ind., 62,315 and 64,617, each $10,000, sold in New York. Boston, San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and Los Angeles Cal., Washington, Nashville, Tenn., and Butte, Mont., 164,38,336, 44,641. 55,868 and 68,481 each $5000. sold in New York, Washington, Boston, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, 0., Louis ville, Ky., Norfolk, Va., Galveston, Tex., San Francisco and San Jose, Cal. Yellow Fever Bulletin. Jacksonville, Pla., Sept 1 1 The of ficial bulletin of yesterday reports on ly thirty-two new cases of yellow fever for the twenty-four hours ended at 6 p, in., and six deaths. I he total num ber of cases to date is 636 and of deaths 79, Some regard the reduction in new cases as the effects of the stoim, but physicians see no reason to hope ior any abatement of the disease on that account. One hundred more nurses are needed. The mortality is .sill very light where cases are promptly and properly treated and nursed. Several have.died for want of proper nursing, being in charge of field hands who professed to be nurses. The board of health has issued a formula giving self treatment that will be the occasion of much good. It is estima ted that there has been 30 per cent more cases, principally very mild ones than have been reported to the board of health. The order of the board that the yellow flags be placed only at houses where relief is required has caused several physicians who here tofore concealed cases to report. CTIIl'lfftiM -KKSBEBSEI our store will be closed WnnliliiKton County Aftsasslnatlon. Brenham, Tex., Sept. 11. Mr. Jos. J. Holt, who was wounded Thursday night, when Tax Assessor J. 0. Hoff man was assassinated, died at 3 p. m. to-day. The affair still remains a mystery. Cotton Gin Victim nt Roarers. Rogers, Tex,, Sept n, A sad ac cident occurred at this place yester day. Robert Reed, who Was lun ning a gin for his father, J. P. Reed, got his arm caught in the saw and had it drawn into the gin up to the shoulder and received several cuts on the side of his face. From the effects of his injuries he died last night at 12 o'clock, He leaves a wife and one child to mourn his sad fate. Another Nub-Exchange. Galveston, Tex., Sept. n. The state farmers' alliance completed ne gotiations to-day for the renting of one of the wholesale business houses on the strand, formerly occupied by Ve6 Bros., in which they propose opening up at once a branch of their Dallas exchange. Manager Macune, of the Dallas exchange, is at present in the city to arrange the opening of the branch, which will be in a lew days. It will be a general mercantile establishment, similar to the grange co-operative store, which has been doing a prosperous business in the city for years past, and as such it is welcomed by the business community as an accession to Galveston's busi ness enterprise. 1 m 1 Mlrnculonn Recovery. Oshkosh. Wis.. Sept. 11. A cur ious story is told here of a miraculous recovery. Miss Emma Berrett is a young lady who resides with her brother, Wm. Berrett, a farmer near this city. For nine years Miss Emma who is now 32 years old, has been a bed-ridden invalid. Her disease was called consumption of the blood. During her nine years of confinement she has not uttered a loud word. Part of this time she was able to lisp in a faint whisper. Frequently she was thought to be dead. For upward of three years one side of her body was paralyzed, rendering her still more RETAIL DEPARTMENT Iai, Sin & Cor. 5tla ciixcl We arc pleased to inform the public that our New Addition is now open and in running order and we now have ample room to show our Immense stock of CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. -Bl'3 JIJHD $I8H$ All the Nobby Styles in Gents' Pall Shapes in STIFF-:-HATS ! AT $2.50, $3.50 $4.00. Neat and Full Lines Fall 536, 35, -A.3KTD 50 OE3STTS. Gents' Pungee Sills: Hdkf's, 35, 50, 65 and 75 Cents. All nobby dressers should not fail to spare a few moments time in looking through our immense and well selected stock of Gents' wearing apparel. Lessiug, Solomon & Roseutlial, helpless. Sunday noon the 'famih was at dinner, when suddenly from the sick room came the sound of a full round voice, singing strongly and sweetly the words. "He rose, he rose, he rose from the dead." The startled family rushed into the room, and there was the sick girl sitting ,up in bed, singing the words quoted. She asked to be helped to her feet, saying she felt that she could walk and she did walk across the floor. She said she felt as though she had risen from the dead. Hntfleld-McCoy Feud. Cattlesburg, Ky., Sept n. The trial of the principals of the McCoy Hatfield murder has not vet commenc ed. The reports of their acquittal orig inated in a dismissal of Andy Varny; Selkirk McCoy and L. D. McCoy, as they are only held for wttnesses. Thomas Chambers, Moses Christian and Plyant Mahorn was released on bail, while Walt Hatfield, the chief of the gang, and Doc Mahorn, his lieut enant, were refused bail and remain incarcerated in the Pike county jail. Their trial will not come up for five months. Cannot A (free on It. Washington, Sept n. The opinion of democrats to-day is that they will be unable to agree on anything defi nite in regard to any adjournment at the caucus to be held this week on account of the notice from the repub lican finance committeee to-day that they would be unable to report a tariff bill in two weeks. Yet, as every thing connected with an adjournment hinges on the senate tariff bill, the democrats cannot well outline any definite adjournment policy. Mr. Forney of Alabama said to-day in speaking of the Maine election, that it will bring about an adjourn ment of congress in two or three weeks. The result will give the republicans confidence to go before the country with the issue as it now stands with out trying any tatiff reduction. Roil tastiii. JSttsu Colors Gents' Scarfs at The syndicate that was made up to b y Libby Prison and place it on ex hibition in the North complain that the newspapers spoiled their little scheme by their ridicule of It. This will strike most people as one of the great triumphs of journalism. Boston Herald, Ind. President Wetmore, of the Califor nia State Board of Viticulture, says that the great obstacle to the sale of California wines in the Eastern States is high price demanded by the retail dealers. California wine," he says, "sold by the barrel in New York is cheaper than milk, Yet the dealers demand a profit of ioo to 500 per cent on every gallon. It is this bar rier we shall endeavor to break down. Instead of our wine remaining a table luxury we shall make it as cheap as or cheaper than tea or coffee. Let the working men remember there is more to labor day than a parade and that organization against greedy corporations and lawless trusts is the safest and surest way to give labor its rights. Boston Globe, Dem. Moore' Ilnriciiliia In Ileal Entitle. Ono lot 'with four-room liouso, on tho corner of Slxteonth and Wobstor stroot. Prlco 050. Monthly Install msnt, $10.50. Ono lot with three-room houso, In East Waco, near Paul Qulnn college Prioo $400. Monthly installment, 12. O110 lot with three-room house, on North Sixth streot. In rear of J. T. Wilson's place. Price 5300. Monthly Installment; $0 Ono lot with throe-room houso, on IUver streot, East Waco. Price 250. Monthly installment, $7.60. One lot with five-room houso, on North Tenth street, noar West Ave. Prlco $1,000. Monthly installment, $30. Oho lot with four-room houso, on South Ninth stroot, near Cloveluiul. Price $000. Monthly installment, $27. Ono lot with three-room houso, on South Sixth stroot In rear of tho old university. Prlco $750. Monthly in stallment, $22.50. Vacant lots on Webster and Clay streets, on Boll Hill. Prlco from $160 to $300 each, on monthly Installment plan If doilred. Lsrata GHAT THIS WEEK ! News! Ms! News! WE HAVE OPENED -IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Wc will keep you posted so thut you will know where you cnu liuy goods and Save - Money. Wo linvc received OO Dozens Boys' Waists, which wo will sell nt 20 cents each. We have Better Qualities which: we will sell correspond ingly Cheap. You can buy an Elegant Boys or Youths' Fnll Hat for GO cents each. Of course we have liner ones too. Wo arc showing hy far thev Handsomest and most Styl ish Hats for Gentlemen. NEW STYLES OF SIMPLY AT USE PRICES. A OUR NEW STOCK lx OF Fall Clothing and TrouserH way above the Standard in. quality, and below usuat prices. ' For the Ladies! Wo show tiie prettiest lino of Handorchiofs that has over been seen. Hem St I toll Hand kerchiefs 5 uts,, lOcts., 15ots., 20cts. and 25ots. They aro veritable Imrirulna. New lilne of Copied For 35cts. In whlto und col ored that cannot bo duplloa tod for 50 cts. It will pay tho ladles to soo our largo Corbet stock, as wo havo some very flue 01103 wo will sell cheap. IMMENSE LINE OF UNDERWEAR. For Ladles, Misses wild Chil dren just opened. These goods havo boon placed &o low, that It will not pay you to make them. Hosiery! Hosiery ! Tho choapestand handsomest lino in tho city. Balbrigguns at 12, j por pair. Colored finished lioso 15 per pair Come and soo our Now Goods and. you aro sure to ha pleased. Lewine Brothers. Austin & 0th Sts. NewS