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VV' ' !wft' "FVfl j WACO EVENING NEWS. k VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1889. NO. 172. SANGER BROTHER OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 30OO0OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBOOOOOOOO A CONTINUATION OF OUR l GRAND SALE ODR MEN'S DEPARTMENTS OFFER 1SDALMI Buyers of Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods and Hats should visit our Largo and Exclusive Gent's Department before buying. New Line of Trunks, Valis es and Hand Bags in all quail-" ties at Low Prices. o(Sole AgentsX KNOX'S IQFT, BTiFF HMD IHtf HIT!. OOOOOOWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SANGER BROS. T. 3P- JOXTES. "W. H. JOISTES. JONES : BROTHERS, m ESTATE AGENTS, L RETAIL DEPARTMENT t f I. HOI k Gar. FiM anA Austin Streets. tailial We desire in our humble way to call the Public's attention to our varied and well selected Stock of BOOTS-and-SHOES. Our Lines are from the most Standard and Reliable Manufactors, and each and every pair is sold With a Guaran tee. Prices in tins Department rule the same as throughout our other depart ments THE VERY LOWEST. oWE ARE SHOWING THEo Best Line of Boys' Shoes in the City. To introduce our Shoes we will sell them on the Lowest imaginable Profits. All we ask is a call. VISITEU HAKRineN . A Belea-atlen rresa Twt ttrewtna CI ties or Alabana-A Loaa? Conntb. Indianapolis, Ind., Jau. 2fl, Another Southern delegation culled upon Gen. Harrison to-day. It con sisted of C. C. Austin, mayor, nnd It. W. Austin, city attorney, of Decatur, Ala.; Andrew C. Frey. mayor, and F. Hummel, member of the board of alderman, of New Decatur. They came to talk over the New South with the general, and present him a memorial from the officials of the two fast growing cities. They repre sented that the two places had In creased over 800 per cent. In the last two years. They had a very free and pleasant conversation with the gen eral, he talking muoh more than Is usual with him. He Impressod on them that a great part of the work of bringing a better order of things about In the South depended upon the peo ple there, and that he would try as far as possible to give them such ad ministration as would kelp to build up the material wealth of the coun try, and would ondeavor to put ouly the best men to be found Into oillce, but they must do something; that It was with them to organize among the granger class a party of true ad vancement on the basis of protection to American Industries. They did not say anything on the cabinet ques tion to the general but on the outside said their people were in favor of Mahone as the representative of the South. n BXJ-2- -AlKri? SETiT, A.UZ4 ZXITSS OF On Farm and Wild Lands on Long Time, at Low Rates of Interest, All Business will have Prompt Attention. DR. KING'S Royal Germeteur, THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY. Dr. Kins, of Royal Germeteur noto riety, assisted by Rev. D. P. Haggard, manager of agenoies, wen in the city this week, and we understand that while here they disposed of five staten. This new medicine is still attracting much attention here and some of our best business men are taking hold of it. Martin Ball. Mr. A. WFoster received over 200 gallons of royal Germeteur one day this week. He says he has sold as much as 14 gallons in one day. Mar tin Ball. When you come to Marlin don't fail to ask some of your friends who have been using Dr. King's Royal Germe teur what they think of it. Marlin Ball. We bolieve everyone who has taken I rloyal uermeteur is pleased witn it, and it is certainly performing eomo wonderful cures. JinrJjh Ball. Royal Germeteur is still scllin rapidly, and those suffering shoul not fail to uae it, as it has ceased to be an experiment. Marlin Ball. J. H. Holcomb & Co., -5th and Speight, sell Germeteur in Waco. It is good, and no mistake. '' If you are tired and nervous get a gallon of Royal Germeteur from J. 11. Holcomb and bo relieved. - Mayfield - THE PAWNBROKER WH. miI your boMeni ibkita, Will lend yuo Money., on your Diamonds, Watches or Jewelry, Order your groceries, grain, feed, wood and coal from Goo. W. McLaugh lin. Satisfaction guaranteed, Go to W. D. Jaokson and get a pho tograph of yourself and children. A fine line of Unredemmed PLEDGE8 8ito at GREAT BARGIJN. " - For 40,000 first-class cigars at I. C. Meek's Commission and Auction House 818 Austin street. Leave orders for coal and wood with MoLaughlin. The latest sooiety dances at Mr. Mook's select Dancing Academy, cor ner 5th and Washington streets Gall for Locortne to cure bruises and sprains at J. E. Stars, 425 Austin. street . ' t i If you never got a bargain before you can get it now in Boots and Shoes at Castles & White. X . Wood and coal frew 5 cents to a car On February 1st and 2d the H. & T. C. R'y Co will sell excursion tickets from Waco to Navasota at 15 80, good to return until the 4th, on account of School Teachers' Convention. R. H. Hill, Agent, Cor. 4th and Franklin Streets. The wise man, who wants his money's worth in every thing he buys, goes to D, H. Spencer to buy a piano or organ. Spencer sell good goods at reasonable prices and on easy terms. Ask your merchant for Mikada flour. It is guaranteed to bake up as white, to rise as well, and to bo stronger flour than any St. Louis, Missouri or Kansas flour on this market. t Go to your Undo Duff Dormau to buy your jewelry, or to borrow money. Opposite McClelland Hotel and south side square. Money to loan on country or olty property by . M. Ewlng, attorney at law, 111 Sduth Fourth street, Waco. A nice line of Jewelry and fine watch repairing specialty at A. J. .uesiie'a. The stock ol goods of Mr. Barney Feldbake Is to be sold at auction Jan. 28th. Good goods in Boots and Shoes and at your own prices at Castles & White the Moser old stand. t Dancing school for ladles and child ren. Open Saturday at 3:30 p. m., In the Edith Block. Castles fc White, who bought the bankrupt stock of boots and shoe, are bankrupting prices the way they sell. Fish aad game of all kinds, at the Silver Moon Call on G. W, MoLaughlin for wood and coal. . The finest Mlnoe Meet in the land a Joe Thompson's. Take Moon. Bargains in boots and shoes are to be had at Castles & White's. Father Kalasinskl. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 20. Father Kalasinskl, whose removal from the Polish church hero three years ago resulted in several riots, yesterday administered first communion to large number of children of his adher ents In a chapel whloh had been fixed up In his houso. His friends say they do not care for the bishop, and will build a church and Install Kala&lnskl. They claim to be 2000 strong. "I shall not ox communicate Kalasinskl," said Blbh op Foley. ''He has excommunicated himself as effectively as I could do it. He can return to the ohurch by con fessing and doing penance. He com mitted a Aaorllege in administering that communion, and everybody who rooelved the communion, knowing his status, participated In the sin." Later the bishop visited police head quarters and bad a long and seoret conference with the superintendent. A Plngae of Wolvrn. Fort Benton, Mont., Jan. 2(5 Agent Lcman, who ha just returned to tho city from a business trip to Port Conrad, in the northorn part of tho country, gives an alarming account of the mages of wohes among ilia stock in that section. They no longer confine thoir depredations to calves, colts and yearlings, but now attack and destroy full grown, fat and healthy steers. They go about in packs of a dozen or more, and ranchtnon aro afraid to travel alono for fear of being atiacLod by them. , t MIIU Rtrlklar. St. Paul, Jan. 26. Theprlnters em ployed by the West Publishing Com pany, one of tho largest law publish ing firms in the west, struok this morning, over 100 leaving their cases. The strike was due to thedtsohargo of the Father of tho Chapel, who has been endeavoring to seoure a higher scale for tho mon. Tho printers claim tho strlko Is tho result of a systematic bulldozhng on the part of the fore man. More White Can. Bloominciton, III., Jan. 20. This evening notes of warning were deliv ered at a numbor of the most disre putable of the houses of Ul-famo of this city, slgnod. "The White Caps." Tho notes ordor tho recipients to va cate the 'promises and leave the olty within five days, and threaten whip pings if tho ordor is not obeyed. Last night soveral of tho houses wore bombarded with stalo eggs. All for Love. St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 2G. Miss Emma C. Oarloton, of Minneapolis, ' has boon ordered sent to tho insane asylum. Her case a peculiarly sad one. Sho Was engaged to bo married to a most worthy young business man who' died, having boon taken sick on tho day set for tho wedding, and dying a few days afterward. Editors Not fcempt. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 27. Col. W H. Chilton, who has been for fifteen ' years commercial odltor of the Cou rier-Journal, was to-day judged In sane. His mind has been rapidly fail ing for two weeks past. His condi tion was duo to ill-health and severe mental strain by close application to" a narrow field of work. A WldoV Murdered. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 26. A special to'tho Journal says: A ghastly mur der was committed last night. Mrs. MaryH. Latemer, a widow living with her son, II. Irving Latemer, a druggist, was ahot twloe in the head and, after returning. After the first shot she evidently c-awlod out of bed and staggered to a window, but be fore she could raise the window she was ahot again and fell baok dead. She was found this morning lying in a pool of blood. Irving Latemer went to Detrlot last evening, stating to' bis clerk that he was going to act as pall bearer for a deceased friend no mes sage had reached him un to 12 m. and his friends do not know where he is. There Is as yet no clue to the murder er. The Seek Island Wichita Falls, Jau. 20. The Wlohlta Herald reoelved on yesterday the very latest official rlalroad map of the great Book Island railroad sys tem that has been issued by the Rook Island company. It bears the date 1880 and was sent direotly to tho Herald from headquarters In Topeka by one of the Rook Island officials, and has the name of the official send ing it with bis compliments to the paper written outhe margin. The map howa the road located to Wlohlta Falls and proleoted to Cisco. The towns of Vemon, Harrold, Archer, Graham and Cisco appear on the map but Henrietta does not. RepIontihlBR the Earth. Denison, Tex., Jan. 27. Amanda Wlrth, a colored woman who resides on Monterey street, was dollvered of four girl babies this noon. The quar tet wesghed 14,'j pounds. They are alive and doing well. t BIK Deer Hunt. San Anqflo, Tex , Jan. 2C. Two hunters returned from tho Panhandle yesterday, wbero they had been for 8 -uskI weeks, during which tirao they killed Ms j seventy-one aeer, ana to day tncir nam , and hides wero sold for $437. j, lM m Dismauok. Dak.. Jan. 20, The lUAmaitld aiiflfnana nitoatlnn nsatVlA 11 VI 111 ii & TTVUinu m OMUJf lUOIIVU vsmw mm your oysters at the Silvor For Moon. good meals go to the Siher If you want freth taffy candy go to Joe Lehman's south 4th street. II. aad B. at Cotton Exchange. , f - . MMttiaf The Btwa Burlington, Io,, January 26. One of the largest liquor seizures yet made undar the prohibitory law was quietly effected this afternoon, Threo large breweries, belonging to Werthraueller ac isndo, Augusta & JJonnold, ifoson and Casper Hell, and representing a capital of over $150,000, were seized. The alliance people, though greatly in tbe minority, are hard fighters, And say they will dose every brewery, saloon or liquor heuse of any description is Burlington before the fight ends. The liquor iatereet here, is immensely wealthy aad numbers assay ef the sett preatiaeat men ia the eity, committor of tho whole to-day and was defeated by a vote of 28 to 17. The bJU will come up for a final vote to morrow. it1 m M 'rM &. XS w XJi Tho new moat market of Haun & Dollins, 721 Austin streot, is under full headway and doing a first-rate business. The proprietors are well' skilled in the business and are serving tfioir customers with the very choicest jsj. meats to bo procured. Thoy take a '.'' nrido in soiling thcTcrv finest porter house und sirloin steaks, fat and ten dor roasts from corn-ied beef, with tho" choicest pork roasts. Customers who are fastidious about their meats should givo them a. call, as they sell the best, and at reasonable prices. Riddle's oh6ap I or cash meat market, south sido of tho square, is doing a rushing business. Riddlo is always first in his lino, selling the richest, the fattest and juioest of meat at bottom rook prices. His customers follow him and one who trades with him onee be comes a regular customer. Yob can buy fine porter houso steak at Riddle's at 10 cents per pound, and all other moat in proportion. Take your basket around thoro. m TV Tf. Knnnnnr instrument, first-class on the install ment plan, $10 per month on pianos and $5 per month on organs and ohargo only oasonabla prico for them. t On February 3d and 4th tho II. & T. O.R'y Co. will sell exoursion tlckot7$j r wr. . nnn.:.n. tr., a.'tinj ""' ""f w TrST" Himi; tffl gooa io return unm cvurvwy vu. , - R, II. HiLty Agent, , Cor. 4th and Franklin Streets, load at Geo. W. MoLaugklia'C , a v- rJ ! JL h?! W "'fa j & j, . r. - ' v li'7 :Jh4Up &M m h rI im. i My $.