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WACO EVENING NEWS
VOL.1 waco, texas, Saturday; September 15, 1888. NO. 56. Sanger Brothers, 1888 FALL SEASOM, 1888 We aro now fully established In our Now OIVO THING AND Gents' Famishing Department, Which occupies the entire ground floor of the building adjoining tho JSLexlrx Store. Large Archways have beon out through tho walls, thus throwing tho two Large Buildings into one, and ma king together the Iarecest lytry Groods House IN THB SOUTHWEST. Wo lay Particular Stross on the ELEGANCE AND BEAUTY of oun Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Boom, it being the Best Equipped. Best Ven tilated and BEST Xj I C3- XI T.E 13 IN THE CITY. And not only this, but it con tains tho LARGEST and CHOICEBT STOCK of NOBBY CLOTHING and GENTS FURNISHING GOODS that can be found. All the Latest Styles In Mon's Custom-made suits, and the Nobbivst Styles of Fall - Hats. We haye jnst Received onr New Fall Styles of Jno, B, Stetson's Soft and Stiff Herts, And tho Latest Styls of the Celebrated "KNOX HCA-T S-' POPULAR PRICES P-XJIjE. Sanger Bro REPUBLICANS m COUNCIL. Proceedings of the County Con vention To-day. Pursuant to the call of Judge J. W. MoDonald the Republican County Convention was called to order in tho district court room at 3 o'clock this evening. Judge McDonald from the chair read tho call for tho convention. In tho absence of Dr. J.M. Vandor vell, the permanent secretary, Mr. J. E. Oldright was choson temporary secretary. The purpose of tho con vention was explained by Judgo Mc Donald, being to elect delegates to tho Republican state convention to be held in Fort Worth on September 20. ILL. 8 tonus, a colored delegate, moved that the chair appoint a committee of nine to solect'those delegates. Tho motion prevailed aud the chairman appointed the following on the com- mittoo: H. L. Storms, C. E. BoIIos.Sl Barron, D. F. Davis, E. L. Rugg, P. R. Easter, L. M. Sublett, B. M. Rawls and B. J. Heury. The chair explain ed that this county is entitled to nlno delegates and nine alternates in tho Fort Worth convention, and the cotn mittoo retired to prepare its report. Of tho above committee throo, C. E. Bollos, D.F.Davis and E. L. Rugg, aro whito, the other six colored. When the convention was called to order there was flfty-soven uorsons present, of whom eleven, Including two democratic newspaper reporters, were whito. While the committee was out a dol ojato called on Dr. Armstrong for a spoeoh but that gentleman explained that ho had risen from a sick bed to attond the convention and was not ablo to speak. Tho following names woro submit ted by tho committee as dologatos to the Fort Worth convention: J. W. McDonald, J. E. Oldrlgot, A. M. Armstrong, Geo. A. O'Brian, C. E. Bollcs, H. L. Storms, James House, Dr. J. M. Vandorvell, Joo Jonos. Tho committee recommended that tho olmlr appoint .tho alternates. Tho ro- port was adopted. The chair namod tho following all SANGER BROS. 8 Fall Season 8 Wo are Now FULLY ESTABLISHED In Onr ziO-Ij-O-T-Ii-IiIsr-a-:: Gents Furnishing lloom, And sond out the ivitatlon for Everybody to como and see what an Elegant Department it is, aud more especlaly to INSIVECT the LARGE and Magnificent Stock. Answering One of tho NE CESSITIES of the CITY we have SET APART a portion of tho NEW BUILDING for a BOYS CLOTHING DEP'T Which will ouable the Ladles to Purchase these Goods with out coming in con f act with the Gent's Dep't We Call particular at" tentionof the Lahoren Mechanics To a LARGF assortment of CIOTHING, Which We have Brought On Especially for Their Use. "Solid Comfort" "Will Not Rip" AND "WILL NOT TEAR," Are the Recommendations. temates: P. Willis, Stove Cobb, W. M. Harris, Tom Nelson, A. O. Estelle, W. D. Cain, D. F. Davis, E. L. Rugg, Richard Nelson. The following resolution, offered by J. E. Oldright, was adopted. Roolvod, That It is the senso of this convention that no nominations for state officers be made at the Re publican state convention, to be held in Fort Worth on tho 20th instant. Adjourned. In Justice Makeig's court this morning William Clay, colored, on preliminary examination on two charges, one of theft and one of burglary, was bound over in tho sum of $200 in each case. Miller Moore was the prosecuting witness. Tho accidental presence of the Waoo correspondent of tho Dallas and Galveston Nows at the unadvertised meeting of the high tarifT advocates is utilized by that Individual, to make a thrust at other press repre sentatives as uncalled for as It is un generous. Tho north bound Missouri Pacific passenger train yesterday afternoon collided with tho peddler's wagon of L. Zappadlusky at tho First street crossing. Tho wagon was wrecked and Mr. Zappadlusky thrown ouland seriously bruised. Dr. J. C. J. King was called In and found that tho man was not dangerously hurt. Tho Democratic county executive committoo mot in tho county court room at 2:30 this afternoon. Tho com mittee was called to order by Chair man C. A. Westbrook, and W. C. O'Bryan filled tho secretary's placo. Tho plan of organization for tho cam paign was discussed at some length and numorous suggestions as to speak ers, etc, were made. When the News was forced to mose this report the committoo was still In session. Tho "Colleen Bawn," Wodnesday night tho 10th, opening engagement at Garland's opera house. tlfi -RETAIL DEPARTMENT- LB!, HH k Cor. Sizlx niiLcl An Event in Waco will be our Display this week of Advence and Exclusive styles of TRlMMINGSt F OK, The like of which has never before been seen in this city. Our buyers have ransacked the markets and have , culled the CtyiiGiesI -:- and-:- Hobbies! Just come in and look at them, it will do your heart good, even if you don't care to buy just now. You'll receive polite atten tion just the same. Leasing, Solomon & Rosenthal, Notioe. To patrons Baylor University, all scholars aro required to pay onoP'Vgienic development months tuition and incidental fees in advance. By order of, Board of Trustees. F. L. Cabroll, Treas. The importance of paying in ad- auoe is very necessary as the tuition I is now the only moans by wliloli tno teachers salaries aro paid and wo trust that it will meot with a hearty co-operation on the part of the patrons and tho effort of tho trustees to build up a good school on a paying basis. Jlaore's Bnrg;laiin In Heal Entitle. One lot with four-room house, on the corner of Sixteenth and Webster street. Price $050. Monthly lnstall msnt, $10.50. One lot with throe-room house, in East Waco, near Paul Qulnu college. Price $100. Monthly installment, 12. Ouo lot with three-room houso, on North Sixth street, in rear of J. T. Wilson's place. PrJco$300. Monthly installment; $0 Ono lot witli three-room house, on River street, East , Waco. Price $250. Monthly installment, $7.50. Ono lot with flvo-room houso, on North Tenth street, near West Ave. Price $1,000. Monthly installment, $30. Ono lot with four-room houso, ou South Ninth street, near Cleveland. Price $900. Monthly installment, $27. One lot with three-room houso, ou South Sixth street in rear of tho old university. Price $750. Monthly in stallment, $22.50. Vacant lots on Webster and Clav streets, 'on Bell Hill. Prico from $150 to $300 each, on monthly installment plan If doslrcd. A IMir IlrUe. 10 pounds Prunes for tl.no. 20 pounds Dried Apples fur 81,00. 20 pounds Dried reaches for tl.Otf. 30 pounds Grits for 11,00. 30 pounds Hominy for $1.30. O. J. Millki;. $1 PER GALLON. One dollar per gallon for wines at me raiuce. Roll Vustlxi JSts. Men's Fashion Note. Ventilated suspenders are the latest Indigo spot twills are a new freak in silk handkerchiefs. They are En glish. The figures on iall neckwear will be even larger than those used during the summer. Standing collars will continue in use. One of the new stylts has rounded points. It is an English importation. There is a growing tendency in favor of natural wool underwear. Dyed flannels are going out of style among good dressers. Minute Neck scarfs are being made be a few of the leading manufacturers for the benefit of those who still ad here to the high-buttoned vest. The twice-round scarf, known as the "stock" of thirty years ago, will be resurrected this fall, with such im provements as modern taste directs. Many stylish j oung men are affect ing the garrote collar, which buttons behind. This collar promises to have a run as soon as cool weather sets in. Patent leather shoes are discoun tenanced by men of good taste except for evening use. They will be worn less extensively this fall than during the summer. Simplicity is showing itself in style of watch-guards. The judges of fabh iqn are about unanimous in approving a small gold cable unadorned by any pendants. Berlin collars are getting to be the fad among a class of fashionable young men, who while eschewing American notions, have grown tired of the pro saic English styles. The configurations on linen hand kerchiefs will be small and light for the fall season. The large spots and designs in use last season are on the decline, except in cheaper goods. Silk handketchiefs, like white satin ties, are looked upon with disfavor by the ultra fashionable on full dress oc casions. Plain linen handkerchiefs will be the rule the coming season. m Fancy Holland Horrlng and Rus sian Sardines, Bay Slioro Mackerel and now chip hoof, Just received at O. J. Miller's. LenBrote GHAT THIS WEEK !' News! News! News! WK HAVE OPENED NEWGQpDS -IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Wc Avill keep you posted so that; you will know where you: can buy goods aud Save - Money. We hnve received 50 Iecm. Hoys' Waists, which wo will sell nt 20 cents cnoh- We have Hotter Qualities wfictV we will Hell correspond ingly Chenp. You can buy an Elegant' Boys' or Youths' Fall Hat. for fiO cents each. Ofcoure we have finer ones too. Wo nro . showing by far tlir Handsoiucst and most Styl ish Hats for Gentlemen. NEW STYLES OF SIMPLY AT CASE PRICES. OUR NEW STOCK t OF Fall Clothing nnd Trouers way above the Standurtl iu quality, and below xtsual. prices. For the Ladies! We show tho prottlost lino oC Handerchlefs that has over boeu seen. Hem Stitch Hand korchlofs 5 cts., lOots., I5ots., 20cts. and 25ots. They nre vorltablo bargains. New lilne of Corsefe For 35cts. in white nnd col ored that cannot bo duplica ted for 50 cts. It will pay thr ladles to soo our largo Corsor stock, ns wo havo snmo ver.r flno onos wo will sell cheat- IMMENSE LINE OF UNDERWEAR For Ladles, Misses vnd ChlT dren Just opened. 'flies goods havo boon placed1 io low, that it will not pay yout to make thorn. o Hosiery! Hosiery !x Tho cheapest and handsomest) lino in tho city. Balbrlggans at 12j per pair. Colored finished lioso 15 per fair. Como and see our Now Gooita anl you nro sure to bo pleased. Lewine Brothers; Austin &;Cth Sts.