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NO. 62.
Our ladies' and
misses underwear and
corset department to
our second floor. All
the new novelties pur
chased for our thirty
seven different depart
ments are now open,
and we invite the pub
lic to inspect them as
we shall not have any
special opening.
oTo Take Passenger Elevator
Sanger Bros.
Hatches Hlaa., Excited.
New Orleans, September 21.--A
Picayune special from Natchez, Miss.,
dated yesterday says that city is in a
fever of excitement to-night at the yel
low fever reports from Jackson and a
shotgun quarantine will be established
at once. A large excursion of forty
people from Natchez, who visited
Jackson are shut out from their homes.
All the trains on the Natchez, Jackson
and Columbus road beyond Hamilton
have been stopped. A special train
was sent out at n -o'clock to-night to
brine in the Natchez people from
Cooper's Wells, Harrington d other
points along tne roaa wno nave not
been to Jackson. By the shotgun
quarantine in 1878 yellow fever was
kept out of Natchez and it is believed
it can be done again.
Strict QHrattae t Helena.
Helena.' Ark , Sept 21. Strict quar
antine has been declared here. Trains
from th south are not ptreiitted to I
even discharge the mail.
Jacksonville, Fla.,Sept 21. Thirty
five new cases and five deaths were re
ported up to noon to-day. The work
of relief is being systematized. Sur
geon Wise has inspected the fumiga
tion stations near this city and indors
ed the' thoroughness of the system in
Fever at Jackaon, Mlaa.
Memphis, Tenn September 21,
Dr. Wirt Johnson, secretary of the
Mississippi state board of health, at
Jackson, Miss., officially notifies by
telegram of this date Dr. O. . Thorn
ton, the president of the. Memphis
board of health', of the presence of
three cases of yellow fever in Jackson.
qaaraatlae at CWilao.
St Louis Sept 21. A special from
Cairo says that city has establish
quarantine against all traius from
the south on the Illinois Central and
Mobile and Ohio. All passengers from
the north will be competed to have
health certificates. '
Our ladies and misses
underwear and corset
department to our sec
ond floor. All the new
novelties purchased for
our thirty-seven differ
ent departments are
now open, and we in
vite the public to in
spect them as we shall
not have any special
Clubbed to Death.
St. Louis. September 21,-
-A. spec-
ial from Little Rock says: John Brick'
ley, ap old and a well known citizen of
this place, who was clubbed by C C
Branch, last night, while endeavoring
to protect a lady and a young girl
from insult, died this morning.
Branch was capurep.
1 m 1
Shot ThroBKb the Bdy.
Cameron, Tex., Sept. 21. Forsome
time there has existed a feud between
B. B. Williams and Tom Newman,
who jives between this place and
Milano junction, in this county. Last
night they met near Milano, and both
being armed Williams shot at Newman.
Newman shot Williams through the
body with a rifle of large cal'bre. Wi'
l'aras was thought to have been mor
tally wounded. Newman is in the
hands of the officers.
Edison is engaged in studying
the problem of aerial navigation, so
perhaps the problem of reaching the
North Pole by balloon, once scouted
as chimerical, may yet be accomplish
ed. The only woman lawyer in Philadel
phia is Mrs. Carrie B. Kilgorc. She
has an enviable reputation at the bar,
and there is not a judge in the city
who does not respect her for her legal
The Bishop of Liverpool protests
strongly against the encylical letter on
the ground that it "ought to have
contained some distinct reierence to
the unhappy division about the Lord's
Supper, which threatens to break up
the Established Church of England un
less speedily held.'
The Boston Journal sayss that a
colored nurse, who went from New
Orleans to take charge ot yellow fever
patients in Jacksonville, rather aston
ished the physicians by a refusal to
nurse coioreu people, oncsaiu uiuig
nantly; "Me take charge of the col
ored ward! Not much! I'm one of
the leading trained nurses of New Or
leans, and I diden't come here to
nurse niggers! I'm a lady?"
l, Slililfl k
Cor. Sttx and
An Event in Waco will be our
Display this week of Advence and
Exclusive styles of
1 The like of which has never before
been seen" in this city. Our buyers
have ransacked the markets and have
culled the
Cljolciesl -: and-:-Nirtiblesl
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 & Rosenthal,
I As an illustration: of progress in
Central Asia it may be mentioned that
while a few years ago the traveler was
likely to be killed by the natives, he is
now in greater danger of being smash
ed up in a railroad accident. A train
on the Trans-Caspian road was upset
a few weeks ago near Samarcand, and
five people were killed. They hap
pened to be train hands and Euro
peans, but had they been Mohamme
dan pilgrims, who now employ this
modern method of expediting their
journey to Mecca, there might have
been a great outcry against the in
fidel invention for killing off the faith
Recently Recorder Davenport, of
Kansas City, decided that women may
dress in male attire. Since his decis
ion men have been dressing in the
garb of females and nightly appearing
in such on the streets, some of the
thieves and footpads having adopted
the scheme to ply their trade. Re
corder DaVenport was asked on Sun
day what he would do with men dres
sing in female attire. He laughingly
replied: "I have given no attention
to that side of the matter. I suppose
I'd be staggared if such a case should
be brought before me. I'd rather not
commit myself on it, but I see no rea
son why a man shouldn't wear panta
Ietts it he wants to.
Mrs. Anastasla Patten, who was
widely known as a society leader at
Washington, diSd at Portland, Me.,
the other day. One year ago she suf
fered a nervous shock as the result of
a narrow escape from drowning at
Seabnght, N. J. She had been more
or less of an invalid ever since. Mrs.
Patten was one of the "richest women
in America. She was said to be worth
$5,000,000. She was a bold specula
tor, and during the past few years ad
ded largely to her wealth by real es
tate investments. Eighteen months
ago one of her daughters was married
in Washington to Congressman Glover
ot Missouri. 1 he wedding was one
of the notable sotiety events of the
season. Mrs. Patten signalized the
occasion by presenting the bride w ith
$500,000 worth of 4 per cent United
States bond.
Vtstin Stsu
George Keenan, in his article on
Russia, published in the Century mag
azine, tells a good story, illustrating
the carelessness that characterizes the
working of the Russian government.
A "stola nachalnik," or head of a
bureau, in the provincial administra
tion ol I obolsk, while boasting one
day of his power to shape and direct
govemmental action, made a wager
with another chinonik that he could
get the Governor of the province the
late Gov. Lissogorski to sign a
manuscript copy of the Lord's Prayer.
He wrote the prayer out in the form of
an official document on a sheet of
stamped paper, numbered if, attached
tne proper seal to it ana nanaea it to
the Governor with a pile of other pa
pers which required signature, He.
won his wager. The Governor duly
signed the Lord's Prayer, and it was
probably as harmless an official docu
ment as ever came out of his office.
The Atlanta Constitution, says if
the farmers of the whole South are as
much in earnest in their efforts to de
stroy the jute Bagging Trust as the
farmers of Georgia there will be no
trouble about the matter whatever.
The Georgia planters are in earnest,
and tb probability is that the trust will
not have much of an effect on them.
By antagonizing the.trust in every pos
sible way the farmers will not only save
money, but will aid in the develop
ment of new enterprises for the manu
facture of bagging, There will be no
lack of capital to invest in these en
terprises, and the only vinder is that
the South, with its wonderful resources
has not long ago prepared itself to
furnish the wrapping for its great crop,
instead of buying it abroad.
The days of Mormonism in the Uni
ted States are numbered. The Gen
tiles now have the majority in .the
Territory, and there is nothing for the
"Saints" to do but to take up their
beds and march to the vast estates
they have purchased in Mexico. It
will be a good riddance. Louisville
Times, Dem.
toil Brim
News! Ms! News!
We will keep you posted so that
you will know where you
can buy goods and
Save - Money.
We have received 50 Dozeu
Boys' Waists, which wo will
sell at 120 cents caoh.
We have Bettor Qualities which
we will soil correspond
ingly Cheap.
You can buy an Elegant
Boys' or Youths' Fnll Hat
for 60 cents each. Of course
we have finer ones too.
We are showing by far the
Handsomest and most Styl
ish Hats for Gentlemen!
Fall Clothing and Trousers
way above the Standard In
finality, and below usual
For the Ladles!
We show tho prettiest Hue of
Hnnderchlols that has ovor
been Been. Horn Stitch Hand
kerchiefs 5 ets., lOota., lficts.,
20ots. und t!5cts. They are
veritable bargains.
Niw Um ol Comb
For 85ctH. In' white and col
ored that cannot bo duplica
ted for 50 cts. It will pay tbo
ladies to see our large Corsot
stock, as wo have somo very
fine ones wo will, Bell ohoap.
For Ladles, MIsbob und'Cbil
dren just opened. Theso
goods have been placed so
low, that it will not pay you
to make them.
oHolery! Hosiery !o
The cheapest and handsomest
lino Jn tho city.
Balbrlggans at 12)a per pair.
Colored finished hose 15 per pair.
Como and see our Ney Goods and
you aro sure to bo pleased.
Lewiue Brothers.
Austin &thSts.

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