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. 9 EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1889. no. 17&. i? iWt ' TA0O-: t , . 4UT 4 ' ' ' ; , JF-X SANCERjROTHERi this, wjsok: SPECIAL EARLY SPRING SALE LADIES' MUSLIN -UNDERWEAR. Previous to receiving our New Spring Stock we offer all'Stock on hand in this Department at ?reatly reduced prices, , n connection with the sale of Ladies! and Child ren's Underwear we have reduced our stock of GHILDRENS SHORT WHITE DRESSES To actual and positive Half Price, as this entire stock must also be sold before the new arrives ; in all we offer about 35 DOZEN In sizes from one to four years, ranging in prices from 50 cents to $5.00 each. We also offer at marked-down prices for this sale our stock of INFMNTI' ROIElp 1101111 1 FUKNNEli IQUMMEI All of the above will be thrown out on tables on second floor. Take Passenger Elevator. Early purchasers will get the benefit of 'Largest Assortments. Ladies know by experience what our Underwear Sales are, and we would again advise them- to call early, as the entire stock is marked down. When a lot is sold out they can- not be duplicated. Htmanbir Smud Flow. SflNGERlROTHERS. .. T. 3 JONES. JONES I. RU wcox A 2STSBl!E"W BXJ"2- s io 4-C On Farm and RB3&DE exshd: rtvj If A.IST Long TimeJiaJfLowrRates of M Interest, All Business will Attention. ' Mayfield - US PAWNBROKER WIH ohI your lioiHlloMip , Will lend yuo Money oiijonr Diamonds, Watches W. H- JONES. BROTHERS, ESOTjIIMS, aB? X'SS OF fttBiERmi$u V. MflWY rsfinZi-. ,Jj V Wild Lands on ,5.iyA . Jl & U,r - "-' have-iPrompt 2L . Sfo&fcrfc tjf kriW. l RETAIL DEPARTMENT tan Sin Cor. FiM and 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 andevery pair is sold with a Guaran tee. Prices in tihs Department rule the same as throughout our other depart ments THE VERY LOWEST. oWE AltE 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. Mr. D, H. Spencer, tho piano and organ dealer of Waco and Central Texas, is expecting I" daily from Boston, a specimen Parlor Grand Piano, whioh when it arrives, the publlo will be notified and invited to call and see. The new nlano will be a delight to art lies and "loveis 'of music. s Farmers in the country surround ing Waco, recogntee the fact that the best flour they get comes from tbeir home mills. Hence Queen City straight flour from the Waco Roller Mills, Is the most popular brand on the market for thorn. The way our country cousins build up home insti tutions, is by buying home mado goods. Now if you want extra choice beef go to Grippens Central Market, corner Fifth and Franklin. Ho is killing daily, corn fed beeves, the finest over (brought to this market. Tho Central Market is tho place to buy tho choicest meat to be had, and don t you forget it, when jou havo your market basket on-your arm. I If any agent or dealer In Waco Is skeptica'l about Mikado flour being as good as any brand of St. Louis, Mis souri or Kansas flour on this market, let tdenrderaonstrate it by a test to be niade by an impartlallcommittee, and the Waco Holler Mill will con tribute twenty socks of flourXto Mr. Appell's rolieffund, failing tobboa,t Mikado, the parly making tho test, to contribute a like amuiount of flour lor. the poor and destitute. T" The University jot) prlntlngVBe, In tho now Jones building jon'WPkr lin strAAfc. hAwflen4th'&lid!3th'.VlA prepared do all klndu of Job prhrb jr at the lowest living prices, ww. spectlon oftheit wftrk and pj solicited. . i$? . ' V&, t ," v r- All the Ute pT c po'ifbdicajs genwaUyVi publishers atjAlf'eVjJ and fine billiard ubleHi stand on-AustinitraC , i, u nfr If you.pvejr: gfi vim nftnvet'lt nOW i atCaMlesAWhitb. ... 'y Fires will comei uaa i .Kt"c ,-AwmmjB inui' i 'v , MW& Aunn--'.: .if ximv&& fVdm lot. ri."ifir,mmtm m 38&&mm& jtsrvttw -. ... i: ;.m. .ir. mftiiucrti nu mm Asstin Streets. tti! Tho wise man, who want his money's worth in every thing ho buys, goes to D. II. Spencer to buy a piano or organ. Spencer sell good goods at reasonable prices and, on easy terms. I 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 floufcon this market. t Go Uryour Uncle Duff Dormau to buy your jewelry, or to borrow money. Opposite McClelland Hotel and soutn side square. Money to loau ou couutry or city property by E. M. Ewlng, attorney at law, 111 South Fourth street, Waop. A nice line of Jewelry and fine watch repairing specialty at A. J. Leslie's. Good goods in Boots and Shoes and at your own prices at Castles & White tho JHoscr old stand. T Order our grocoricB, grain, feed, wood and coal troin Uco. W. MoLaugh lin. Satisfaction guaranteed. , Go to W. D. Jaoksou and get a pho tograph of yoursuli and ohildren 40,000 flrst-olass cigars at I. O. Meek's, Commission and Auotiou House 318 Austin street. Bargajns in boots andjhoes aro to be had at Castles & White's. Coal and wood, Geo. W. McLaugh lin's prompt delivery Buy your candies at Joe Lehman's south 4th street. ' Best turn-outs in town at Molder A Hearae's. Bostdnealsserved to order at Mrs .Wfflte'yirestaurant on 5th street. adpbame of ull kinds, at the Frenoh bran- Bordeaux at "5T1 T iMtobi & Rni 1 -Bmasra. jmfi$$mii tbLsilver f.tk nfAb A',. -imrnihi Aodajti we OMon - vij .... .. 'is: t2. MIDNIGHT, PEQ. 31. t OacouoNlka tea of Tta rolls up toward tiie nore, Ani In a mlffhtv amwlnff hniAw hnMVi Th way U gone, Uks all tie others gono biforo BOBMnixuareRoa tnaspoumat cacb wart Ukea. ForoTCr, m the ocean wan upoa the land. Time citunblef down tho Itmtu maa hut iet, Nor rocky thore, nor lerel line of raiding nod Mr bold their place; then I no barrier ret Alike, the ruthleu torrent crumble aU.avay, The plceaant garden of our youth are cone, The and where life wm Idle, where our toll wm Where ereiy ncbblo like a Jewel hone. Oono, too, are all the fleldi, where manhood' toll Made fertile plenty gladden arid (round ; Whera life, enriched with labor' bounteous cpoll, Its full fruition and enlargement found Tho seawall, bullded up with fond, delusive liopo, To bar the proRros of the mighty sea, Proved all too weak with this dread enemy to Ilea In fragment on tho barren lea Now, beating at tho feet of those few sterile rocks, Where old oko clings to some posresslou still Relentless year aro rolling up with rhytbmle shocks, To shatto- o'en tbo hopes tlfo could not kill 60 all goes down beneath tlio rolling ttdo of ) ears, Tho billows swallow up llfo's narrow shorj So shall It be, and still bliall fall mail's idlo tiara. Until the day when Time shall bo no mora. f -David A. Curtis iu Onco a Week. A Kiss In tho Durk. , Uoraco Vernot, tho tirtist, was going from Versailles to Parl& by railway. In. tho same compartment with him were two Indies whom ho had never Been be fore, but who were evidently acquainted with him. They examined him minutely and commented freely on his martial bearing, hla halo old ago, the stylo of his dress, etc. They continued their annoy aneo until finally tho painter determined to put nn end to tho persecution. As tho train passed through tho tunnel of St Cloud tho three travelers were wrapped in complete darkness. Vernet raised tho back of his hand and kissed it t ico iolcntly. Cn cmerglnp fionMho obscurity ho found that the loalfea had w ithdrawn their attention from nmJ nnd v, cro accusing each other or lm ing been kissed by a man in the dark. Presently they art Ivcd at Paris, and Vernet, on leaving them, said: "Ladies, I HlialV bo puzzled nil my llfo by tho in quiry, which of theso two ladies was it that kissed met" Paris Letter. Tho St 1 113 of the Mexican Wasp. It is, when mature and healthy, nearly two inches long, with a sting that, looks liko tho point of a lino cambric- needlo. It is brownish red In color and Its dispo sition is always hostile. When it stlnga you there is for a moment or two a sen sation of nutnbncssabout tho part, which rapidly gives place to a pain that con only bo described as agony. If you could Imagine- how it would feel to hare a w iro drawn through tho most sensitive part of your body and then raised slow ly ton white heat you could perhaps form a theoretical Idea of what the feeling Is liko. Theutii.g is never fatal and tho pain passes uu ay after an hour or two, but It is Kim ply anguish whilo it lasts. Thcro are no living creatures outside of snakes, scorpions or centipedes ablo to indict so much suifoi ing. Los Angeles Tribune. ' Stewing Oysturs In Street Car. Monday afternoon a man stepped out of Booth's place and boardetl a south bound State btreeTYar. In his hand he carried a qunt t can of oysters. Ho took a scat near tho center of tho car and carefully bIIc! the can under tho scat near tho stoicnino. The conductor had deadened his flro with fresh coal while coins around tho loon, but as the car bowled along Statu street tho coal caiutht pnd burned up right merrily until the stovo ltd uccamo red not. Then tho ap petizing odor of cooking oysters was dis tributed through tho car. Tho man who owned tho bivalves did not realize what w aa happening until it was too late, and when he alighted at his destination he carried homo a dry stew Instead of a quart of law selects. Chicago Herald, Coins ASsop One Betten In a crowded street car si well dressed, rather foppiuh appearing young man sal besido a tery sliabblly dressed, tired looking w orkinginan. Every seat In the car was taken. A woman got in. "Now,'' wniHpereu n moraiuscr to ius small son, 'wo shall And out who Is the true tlcman. 1 he poor workingman an the richly dressed fop Doth saw tho woman, and tho latter hastening to rise, lifted his silk liat with his sloved hand and politely requested tho woman to tako his scat. This fable teaches that a man may occasionally bo a gentleman, to the in linlto coiusion of morallzers, oven though he boa well dressed dudo. It also teaches that tho tired workingman did quite right to keep his seat. Buffalo Express Aid to Memory. "In tho crowd and crush of ovcuts, the post alw ays stunda a chance of being ob literated. A Bobton (inn has added to our methods of holding tho years and dayH what h termed a guest book, In which may bo recorded all the coming anu going or menus, tvitn autograpns, pleasant incidents nnd impressions Lpur cuestM. Tho going of tho years is so epcouy anu iminory bo crowueu insi me holp (3 a w clcomo one. Our next delight as Veil us incmorltcr will be pocket phonographs, holding the voices of our most desired friends. What would we not" now givo to hear the voices of some of thoso who aro gone? Hut, our fathers had so little to remember thatthev cot on without .the .photograph album. U lobe-Democrat. r - Person? v.t..IUk postal cards andwhe write upon the oddreas aide or (hem "la liaste," or any other words unoofinectod with their dell very rsubjeet these to letter postage, and tbey are Held as wv mailable ". , r ' .fellistem t to. London, Kob. 4. The steamer Ne-, rtld collided with the British ship Klllochan, Capt: Manson,from Lytle- ,' ton via. Queeustown, off Dunglness last night and both vessels went to the bottom in a short time. Twenty four persona were drowned including tho captain of the Klllochan. Nine members of tho crew wore rescued, one of whom afterward died. The weather was clear at the time of the collision. la neOrve. Mbridian. Fob. 2. Both the jury of inquest and tho grand jury after in-. vestigation, found that Mr. Charles ,wJI Baleh killed his wife fcnihimself early Tuesday morning. The only causo as signed for tho tragio deed Is that Baleh was habitually despondent and'tempo rarily insane. They wero interred in tho samu grave at Walnut Tuesday afternoon. - A ftBatlmal Ralelte. Vienna, Fob. 4. Sensational news has leaked out hero that a beautiful young baroness committed auioido by tailing poison at lueycning at tne same time tho crown prinoo took his life. Tho two acts wcro committed almost . simultaneously. It is asserted that ' tho Princo of Wales will come here privately to attend the funeaal of tho crown prince. , n City Marshal DUmUied. , Cibco, Feb. 4, J. I. Thomas, oity marshal, was tried Saturday by the board of alderman for official miscon duct, found guilty and dismissed from office. Tho particular charge against him was his violent abuso of Mr. and Mrs. Congravo on tho streets on tho night of Uotobcr 10, and for, which Congravo shot him tho next morning, breaking his right arm. Victims of a Hallway Disaster. St. Louis. Feb. 4. A snecial from Springfield, Mo., says two more of the' mon injured by tho railroad accident thero yoBtorday, 0. T. Browning and Ward Lano, engineer, died today and tv. that Frank Crawford and John King - -3 cro dying. The testimony before the "vl coroner to-day showed that tho cause'J ot tho accident was tno nigu rate ox - speca at wnicn tno engine was running & S III BurieAllT. ' ".,' Comanche, Fcb,-8. A negro boy, aged about 10 years, who' was in tho ' employment of Mr. J. W. Morris' home, ten miles northwest ot Co manche, waff missed yesterday morn ing, and on searoh being mado he was found buried in a, storm house in whioh ho was sleeping, the storm houso having caved in during tho night, smothering him. ' m A real Mnraer. Charleston, W. Va.,' Feb. 4. At' Pigeon Creek, Logan county, Friday night. John Chaiers and William MoNally, between whom a filed had existed, had a, quarrel, and after some Lwords Chafers proposed that 'they lay all past differences aside snd be friends.' 'f '"' This McNaJly agreed to and the ttwov men conversed for some time. AsV ,: Chafers turned to, walk away MoNally drew a knife, treacherously stabbed him in the baok, and as the wounded man fell the murderer eut his throat'Y irom car to ear. ..mcnaiiy esoapea, out a-i a posso is in persuit of him. ' 1 Ifa Treahle reared. London, Teb. 4. The HUndard )H Berlin correspondent says: III spite of vol tho unmistakable feeling with Araeri- ' cans, nooouy aero lears tnere is sny danger of the Samoa affair leading to war between tho two nations. Uer many will, in fact, make friendly pro posals whioh, doubtless the govern ment at Washington will finally aeeept German officials in Samoa, are bow represented as having exceeded and misunderstood their instructions, but tho last thing that semi-official organs can be expected to confess in palpable fact that in tho prcsence.of the ttroag fcoing arouBod in America Germany has found ii politio to beat a retreat. BeraMlferHnlllvaa. Indianapolis, Fob. 4. Experts Joyce and Fanning, appointed .by- tho county commissioners to examine the books and aeoounts of the abfOoading embezteler. John K. Sullivaa. late oounty olerk, began their work-jhisyy morning. suiuvan s exact wntn abouts is a matter of much ipeeulali; Sullivan's total shortage and debts day exceeds liaojuuu, He er;en oera among nis vioiijisj yuo mu the county to tne exteirt-S No steps as yet' have beear p-oeure 8ullivanUsia4ieMr4, ?& Mat hiSS tMWa.i. n ; .iisironi - v 4 till m m A ff ?,' A" JB fin 15 13 V or Jewelry. Q TFourlhJ; - . ii... , , - "A Pa'r of M.ilr ho writer ot a. Uok on ftnotog A fine line of Unreaemnfcd PLEDGER For llngcosiedy. Ml. 1 mac owwwwl vaKW) art mum.m , .rti "&' s'ttfi"1 -1?H ourtoja oiiWt of rtralfttwbvk.1 ,! Site at n GREAT BARGIIN. . 11 ii i.aj ' - Leave orderT' he V $J& "x . .M. 3gJ: "X. u4 h VltM fn-tn Lifc w vn- i rtwithrJobn'T. BMQI1 1UPUIV 9 rf tle'iadpWh wew. '& .5 JiBKs; sVsstlvu vlJl "'Thj3net - s i -m m :nn' "wk Cawii tttfia&nZFV? ', -Ime-elfk 1 X sTaai aUy BttrtMP 1. . mum jr ' MB1 '? ; rrnsFih rMfc -fir '- v ' - .