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WACO EVENING NEWS.
VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1888. NO. 61. Sanger Broilers, 1888 FALL SEASOM. 1888 Wo nro now fully established In our Now CLO THING RETAIL DEPARTMENT lain, Soli k Boseial, Cor. 5tli and tAstiia Stsu Lei MB Gents' Furnishing Department, Which occupies tho entire ground floor of tho building adjoining tho JVXciiia Store. Large Archways have been out through the walls, thus ( throwing the two Largo Buildings into one, and ma king together the lvalue-st Oarr Goods House IN THE SOUTHWEST. We lay Particular Stress on tho ELEGANCE AND BEAUTY of oun Clothing and Gents' FurniBhing Boom, it being the Best Equipped. Best Ven tilated and BEST LIGHTED IN THE CITY. And not only this, but It con tains the LARGEST and CHOICEST STOCK of NOBBY CLOTHING and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that can be found. All tho Latest Styles in Men's Custom-made suits, and the Nobbiest Styles of Pall - Htvts. We have jnst Received our New Fall Styles of Jno, B. Stetson's Soft and Stiff Hats, And tho Latest Styles of the Celebrated " IK OST O 2C H .A. T S-' ZPOFTTIj-AJE. pbices rule. QLXnger Bro8 Yellow Fever at Decatur Ala. Memphis, Tenn., Sept 20. Ten new cases of yellow fever were report ed to have developed to-day at Deca tur Ala., and a regular stampede from that city is in progress. It is 180 miles east of Memphis, on the Mem phis and Charleston road. LATER. Memphis Sept 20. The news cf the spreading of the yellow fever at Decatur, Ala., is confirmed. Great excitement prevails there; the people are fleeing and the stores are closing up-' Excitement at Greenville. Greenville, Fla Sept so. The ex citement created through the state by the discovery of fever at Greenville continues unabate. The place is al most deserted. The people commenc ed to leave as soon as the dreaded news was known. The railroad men have all left and trains are suspended. People dropped everything in the-'' flight, closed their stores, locked up their houses and fled wildly. Ocala, Fla., Sept 20. The report of yellow fever at Gainesville created great excitement here. The country board has quarantined against Gaines ville Fernandina. Ocala has a vol unteer guard of 200 men, neither per mitting entrance or exit. Charged witllSteiilliiKT. Minneapolis, Sep. 20. W. G. Hanley, a well-known commission dealer and a member of the firm of Peterson & Hanley, was arrested about midnight last night charged with stealing 18,000 bushels of wheat from the Minneapolis Unibn elevator. The elevator company is said to have discovered about 50,000 bushels of wheat having been stolen. It was done by overloading cars. Hanley has been D. C. Moak & Co.'s cashier and book-keeper. A rather singular coincidence in connection with the affair is the supposition that Messrs. Moak & Co., grain dealers, and others suspected of complicity, are well known wheat men and the announce ment of , their names would cause a profound sensation. By advice oi his attorney Hanley refused to talk. SANGER BROS. 8 Fall Season 8 Wo arc Now FULLY ESTABLISHED In Oar :a-Xi-0-T-H-I:lSr-a-:: Gents Furnishing Room, And send out the lvltatlon for Everybody to come and sen what an Elegant Department it Is, and more especlaly to INSPECT the LARGE and Magnificent Stock. Answering One of the NE CESSITIES of the CITY we have SET APART a portion of the NEW BUILDING for a BOYS CLOTHING DEP'T Which will enable the Ladies to Purchase these Goods with out coming in contact with tho Gent's Iei3't . We Call particular at tention of the B To a LARGE assortment of CLOTHING, Which Wo have Brought On Especially for Their Use. "Solid Comfort" "Will Not Rip" AND WILL "NOT TEAR," Are the Recommendations. Rnllrond Wreck. St. Louis Sept 20. The wreck on the Wabash and Western last night was a bad one. George Hendricks, the engineer, and George Ketter, the fireman, were killed and Charles Wil liams, conductor, and Rurjolph Stor- per, a Drakeman, were badly injur ed. Elopes Willi the Conchmnn. St. Louis, Sept 20. Quite a sensa tion was created here last night by the elopement of Miss Rebecca Teb betts, aged 17 years, daughter of L, B. Tebbetts, of the firm of Deer, Mansur & Co., with her fathers coachman, Wm. Dempsey, an unprepossessing man of 40. The runaway couple were caught and the erring girl is now at home and Dempsey is in jail. Anotiier Suicide. Houston, Sep. 20 Justice Railey this afternoon held an inquest over the body of a woman named Antonette Henry. She was found dead in her room in the 1'ourth ward, north. She was married a shoit time ago and her husband deserted her, and it is sup posed that caused he to take morphine. She did not, however, tell any one 'iat such was her intention, nor dd she write to any of her friends before tak'ng the fatal dose. XotCH from the Capital. Austin, Sept 20. Goveor Ross to-day received a telegram from Gov , Gordon, of Georgia, protesting against the Texas quarantine as annoying to Georgians. The governor intimates that he will look out for I exans first and the Georgians afterwards. The signing of the certificsU? of the 300,000 acres of land to the cap ital syndicate Dy Commissioner Lee and McLaurin to-day, it is thought, takes the matter out of politics and virtually ends the capitol mud dle. General R. L. Walker has tendered his resignation as superintendant of the capitol board. I he resignation is to ttke effect next Thursday. Ah Event in Waco will be our Display this week of Advence and Exclusive styles of TRIMMK FOB, The like of which has never before been seen in this city. Our buyers have ransacked the markets and have culled the Ctioiciesl -:-and -: 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. Lessing, Solomon & Eosentlial, Homo Thieves Captured. Cheyenne, Wyo, Sep, 20. Jack Rogers, deputy sheriff of Cook county, captured five horse theves and a band of stolen animals near Sun Dance, Monday. The horses were driven from Texas, Kansas and Nebraska to the territory and offered for sale. There were nearly two hundred ani mals in the bunch. 1 he thieves were asleep in their blankets when Rogers covered them with a Winchester, and after arousing them marched all of them to jail. They, were fully armed but d?ed not make a fight. Alexandre Says Patronising AVaco's manufactories insures Waco's prosperity. If over people will make it a point to pur chase home products where they are as cheap and as good as tho foreign producod urtlole, it would give em ployment to a greater number of our peopio and give additional trado to our merchants Last month four thousand cans mid packages left my store all marked Waco, carrying the news on tho label that Waco was largo enough to support a Baking Powder Factory, Steam Coffee Roaster and a Spice Mill. A'exaudre's Bak ing Powder is tho best and sold every where for 25 cents. Three mou aim a boy find employment now and I will add othor goods and manufnoiurethom right hero and omnloy more hands If I succeed. Yours truly, P. L. ALKXitximn, Baking Powder Manufacturer and Steam Cofl'eo Roaster. NUMBER 500. That is Askow's Palace Saloon, Stolto llrothcrs keep nothing but tho freshest of eerytliliK In their store. Flour Honoy Charles Itast, cornor Austin and Sixth street has a larao lot of lino flour on hand bought before the rise and hu ghca cus tomers the beneflt in prices. Aleo ublg lot of honey cheap. Look out for specialties at llasl's there's money In it. 7.00. Go to Hill Bros, lor school books. narrow A Goebel, meet market, Anstln A untie, between 7th and 8th, Finest meats, oysters, llsh etc , to he had in this market, ilelhi red to any oart of thocltv. Kelly A Ntnnilircr. No. OOff Austin street, keeps everything In groceries and produce. First cluss goods at reasonable! prico?, and prompt delivery. Give 111 m a call wlicn bnylng groceries, and yon will bo pleased with tlio way they do busi ness. Go to W. D. Jackson and get u pho tograph of yourself and children. urn $1.25 PER DOZEN. SI .25 per dozen forbottlo beer at the Palace. m Art supplies at Hill Bros. m The finest are those Mission grapes at Kophal's. ' 311 Austin street choice, line; fancy mid cheap. Georgia Peach and Apple brandy just received at "House of Lords" and Palace saloon. Meoro'H Buriclnn In Itcnl Entitle. Ono lot with four-room houso, on tho corner of Sixteenth and Wobster streot. Pried SC50. Monthly lnstall msnt, $10.50. One lot with three-room houso, in East Waco, near Paul Quinu college. Price $400. Monthly installment, $12. Ono lot with three-room house, on North Sixth street, in rear of J. T. Wilson's place. Price 300. Monthly installment; SO Ono lot witli three-room houso. on River street, East Waco. Price $250. Monthly installment, $7.50. Ono lot with five-room house, on North Tenth street, near West Ave, Price $1,000. Monthly installment, 5w. Ono lot with four-room houso, on South Ninth streot, near Cleveland. Price $000. Monthly installment, S27. Ono lot with three-room houso, ou South Sixth street in rear of tho old university. Prlco 750. Monthly in stallment, 22.50. Vacant lots on Webster and Clay streets, on Bell Hill. Price from $150 to $300 eaoh, on monthly installment plan if desired. Tea, Mftings, extra iuallty l' cts " Japan, " " WJ cts. " Imperial. " " .Ticib, " Mixed, from! cts to 40 cts. at Cooper's Suiinl v Store. NUMBER 524. That is Askow's House of Lords. GHAT THIS WEEK I . News! News! News! WE HAVE OPENED -IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Wo will keep you posted so that you will know where you enn buy (roods and Save - Money. We have received CO Dozen Boys' Wnists, which we will sell at 120 cents enoli. We have Better Qualities which we will sell correspond ingly Cheap. You can buy an Elegant Boys' or Youths' Fall Hat for CO cents each. Of coureo we have liner ones too. Wo are showing by far the Handsomest anil most Styl ish Hats for Gentlemen. NEW STYLES OP SIMPLY AT CASE PBICES. x OUR NEW STOGK x -I-OF Fall Clothing and Trousers way above tho Standard in quality, and below usual prices. For the Ladies! Wo show the, prettiest line of Handorchlofs that has ever boon seen. Hem Stitch Hand korohlefs 5 cts., lOcts., 15cts., 20ots. and 25cts. They aro verltablo bargains. New bine a! Corsets For Hoots, in white and col orod that cannot bo duplica ted for 50 cts. ' It will pay tho ladles to soo our largo Corsot stock, as wo have somo vory lino onos wo will sell choap. IMMENSE LINE OF UNDERWEAR. For Ladles, Misses tmd Chil dren Just opened. Theso goods havo been placed so low, that it will not pay you to make them. KHo8iery! Hosiery! Tho cheapest and handsomest lluo in tlio city. Balbriggans at 12& per pair. Colored finished hoso 15 per pair. Como and soo our Now Goods and you aro suro to bo pleased. Lewiue Brothers. Austin & 0th Sts- NEWGOODg