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. V o . i NEWS, : VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1889. NO 203 :&' WACO EVENING SANCER BROTHERS. OurTHIRTY-SEVEN different Departments are all showing late Novelties for SPRING SUMMER Our own direct Importatation of HOUSE " FURNISHING LINES Are now Open. We are Satis fled that by having the facili- ties to use Larger Quantities of Lines, and being able to We can Save our Customers from 15 to 20 per cent, on anything in this line. BPiippep OF Big- Bargains Gents' Furnishing Department Will bemido This Week, and while in the Store do not fall to visit onr Ooti.:n.iter Jot 8flrfiR0THER8; T. F. JONES "W. XX. JOKTES. JONES : BROTHERS, REAL ESTATE - itUIiil 1 3 WAOO, TEXiV, m:objby j on On Farm and Wild Lands Longi Time,, at Low Rates of Interest, RETAIL DEPARTMENTS 1, SOlBDUB k Cor. Fit aid Austin Struts. La Hni 1, A l IV -1 A V 5 $ K ,tf i I On Monday' Morning, February 18will begin , our Regular Annual EMBROIDERY SALE. 7- '1 Thousands of Dallars worth of thepe Goods will be shown, from one cent a yard upward. Axsortient tie Lartcst, Prices tie Lowest. All we ask is come and see and be convinced. $ Ti t $$ t tt LEWINE BROS. - '-88 what w hav to " ,&. Naw Arrivals of taaaonabla Goods. Offer this WoaK. lO PIECES CTXTW CHINA SXXjXC For 11.00 a yard, retailed In New York for $1.25; 3 pleoea Blaok Surah Silk , zu-inon, roruo oentsayaru. . " We are showing some Side Band Fanoy Dreis Goods. Will be tko rage this season, mew AiDRtroas in preuy snaaesjust opened. Imbroldarlas. Kmbroldarlaa. Kmbroldarlaa. Slnoe this line of foods has become the objout of great competition In thV ury uooas iraao or waoo, we nere enter our name on tne lists, nnd we take up the gauntlet against any and alt oompetl- ..'- tors, crowning the fair brows and ornamenting the garments of our customers with tho fruit of our selections aud purchases. ELEGANT FL0UNCINGS, CHOICE EDGINGS, -"HANDSOME MATCHED SETTS., Come and see them. You will be pleased. Embroidery. Sale! ffll, SililloilMAl. All Business will have Prompt Attention. HOUSES fOR REST JOHN D. MAYFIELD &wajrf has two or three of his hoiwes Lt, hence can suppij$$our intnisune. wnejwr 4i want Ho rent a nouse them to me ana ooii&e As a pd( weight, an Imitation flat Iron In bronzo u quite apropos. Silver belt buckles, ornamented with flU. greo work, aro bidding for favor. link bracelet of oxidised silver, set with olored stones, are again popular. Fluted crystal claret jogi are. now finished off with gold bandies and mounting!. Silver discs embotnd with mythological characters, aro a fad In gents' scarf pins. Bracelet of twisted' and retwlsted wire nn vcry,tnodct in appearance, yet often worm -Tory beautiful shell hairpin lias a rowu of platinum and gold leaves, set in g'J.M ail-. tree. Enameled daisies of a pinkish tint with dia mond dewdrops are a recent fancy in ear rings. , 1hreo diamond hearts, of ejradunUJ sizes, Interlocking, to a brooch that deserves recog nition. Link cuff buttons are cut, with a tiny pug V2 on ono sido and a cat on tho other, in fioman gold. ' Tortoiso shell combs seem to bo growing in favor, some haying tops thickly in.'ruJrted with diamonds.'' " Hsirplas aro topped with small sea shells eaameied in a variety of colors and set wltb a singh pearl. Combination pin cushions and jewel cases of small proportions' are an acquisition hi toilet requisites. A very etecUvesoarf pin conialae an ob long opal," with a dUmead at each end aarl ono on each side. J - " t ' A beautiful scarf phi has a, sherry colon. topox rimmed with aeircle of small dlassonds or unusual luster. A black onyx crescent, se with small dia monds, bids fair to rank as orio cf tho pretti M of hairpin heads.' Rich looking brooches aro thoso that art formed of a tiny easelon Which Is a clrculai plaque in the center. A neat design In scarf ptosis a mooattoas parrot bead with ruby eyes, the bosk repre sented ny a aiamoao. In genu' gold liistass are seen somo of a diamond shape, wesk ruby la the center sot. Inastarilisiiiilsssttag A silver teapot .'rissisUy nianufactured has a perfectly plain swty craanented with oxidised stiver iower ssaalng. Running through thaseoter of a half queen charm b a branch of Ivy loaves In enamel, diamonds dividing o t,ie leaves. A doll gold band, through the center oi which runs a row of psisstes with diamond centers, la a very attractive bracelet m moonstones, set lu Keats' scarf pins en- oticlad with rubles. ooattae to ain admirers aa4 are said to brlag ktok to the wearer, Am trav of a tssswe character U ball on apple boHowii oat wHk a lv -aeross OM One of she avMarssl:Uaa ht parlor decorations Isa ruWy,coBnKs4 sMgb, la wUeh U ssaSM an' saqwmauz - an vug. our. retodeers ras abrsast, all to broass. Tks ssi to bf est essalsss varlef,sf aew dsssMla sssiteh bessavv The stbo(, a.'ostv Ua'wtsh the wax raaahut down the sMas k I " ji.. J4 Mtmm U ill iar. OVER THE WIRES, TELEGRAPHIC MISCELLANY CARE FULLY CULLED FROM SUN DRY SOURCES. Maeh-Geveraea West VlrclaU. Cstableston, W. V., Mareh 4. Promptly at noon to-day Gen. Qoff, republican candidate for governor, aad claimant for that office, took the oath in one of the rooms of the state house set apart for the use of, the goveraor. About the same time; in' another apart meat President Carr of the senate also took apon himself the prescribed oath', and was prepared. to transact the busi ness of the office, while in his private office E. W. Wilson, who has filled the position for the past four years, con tinued in a formal way to discharge his accustomed duties. In and about the state house' there was gathered a tremendous1 -crewd of people about equally divided between the two political parties. About 12:30 o'clock Gen. Goff and several friends came into the cspitol and proceeded to the private office of Governor Wilson, who was also surrounded by a number of bis mends. General Goff mounted the chair and addressed the crowd which had assembled in the room. He claimed ho had.reeeivcd a clear major ity or tne votes cast, charged speaker Woods of the house of delegates with having failed in .performance of his constutional duties in not declaring the rasuit, and said: "I am bow ready, in the presence of these people of say state, to kiss the holy: Bible -and commit myself to the destiny that awaits me by virtue of the partiality of.my.'fellow-oltisens." -'. " The oath was then administered by H. O. MoWhorter, after which General Goff proeeeded to Governor Wilson's Sivate offioe aid demanded posfaasion. overnof Wilson was surronadedby a dense -mast of bis -friends and party leaders, and in reply to' the demand he said he was of the opinion that she left filature as a eo-erdiaate departawht of goverameatia joint 'asieahly had ex elusive jiriadiwen to ascertala and de clare the rami-of' the eleetien ae no title coald eeme from any tHharaenree. He ft H his daty U sjotii; in charge. President Carr made aWsikr demand aadwas,smllsrly refnaed, and thnj the matter standa. MOTHERS, Who have Little Climbers and Big ones too, see our cheap. Lot of Boys' JCpee papts. Make them, you say? oVixno. Not wheVi you can buy them . from us for 25o, 40o, 50o and 75o a pair. As for SUITS we have, a lot of everyday play Suits that we will sell you for $1.00 a Sult. ; For $1.50 you can buy a good school suit, sizes from 4 to 12 years. For $1.75 we oan sell you a good Half-Wool Suit for a Boy 5 to 12 years. For 20 Cents you oan buy a pair of pure Linen Cuffs from us You oan purchase many a Bargain from us this week, as we .are unloading to make room for New Goods arriving daily. WE WANT YOUR TRADE,, And ? will make) a Strong Effort to Paa you . K IE WIB COR BROTIC(. e 4$ ill a miwm.w ,.--. -.-. j -- ..,-. AUBTiiN ana ulti jj St Mettlesl jr the Plstel. TixARKANA.TiX., March 4. An unfortunate altercation this morning between two of our prominent busi ness men will probably result in tho death .of one of the parties. Tho com batants were Judge Wm. M. Campbell, a prominent lawyer and real estate agent, aad Gus Smith, the manager aad principal owner of th wholesale drug establishment of the Smith Drug Company here. The parties are relat ed by marriage, and it is said the quarrel was over a business matter. The faets are elicited that the two had a differ jnco over a division of pi and met at the law office of Talbott Turner, They retarned from the office into the hall of (he building, where Smith claims that Campbell assaulted him with a heavy eane. Smith, it is said, then drew a Smith & Wesson pistol and fired two shots: the first missed, but at the second shot Camp bell was wounded in the side, the ball ranging through tho bowels. It1 was t renounced a fatal wound, but at this our the sufferer is still alive. Smith surrendered to the authorities Bd waived an examination and was ad mitted to bail by Jnstioe Canon in the turn of 95,000, whleh he promptly cave. The parties are universally es teemed here,; and are considered among the most peaceable and law-abiding citisens. save Hta Own Meatelae. BuiimiR Springs, Tex., Maroh 4.- Satardav night a Mr. Kirkpatriok, liv iagiathe oonnty near Sulphitr Springs, was'attavked and severely belabored by an unknown party. He has several setlous gashes, on Bis head, his hand are braised and broken in warding off blows, and he is otherwise severely hart. His injurfe though serious are not probably fatal. Mr. Kirkpatriek says that as he neared home he was approaehed by a man who claimed to be from Arkansas and detired to spend the night at his honee, and as they talked the stranger-man suddenly, and without apnearsnt eanse set upon him and clubbed him in the manner describ ed above. " A abort time ago Mr., Kirkpatriek way. jaikd here far whipping his wife, ietfac aaderthe ialneaee of whisky, hat she interceded and seeared his re teese'semc daya age, It far sappeeed (at aaswajsy nigasa air,w , satfome of his fermer mlseondnot. HARRISON'S ADVISUM. .ff- Bolow aro given tho named of the now cabinet as sent in to the sonato this afternoon for confir mation. The slato is oxnotly as fore cast by the nowspapcrs a fow days, ago. Scoretary of State James G. Blaine of Maine. Secretary of tho Treasury Was Windom, of Minnesota. Secretary of War Redfjeld Proctor, of Vermont Secretary of the Navy Benjamin, F. Tracy, of New York. .' SeereUry of tho; Interi6N-John:W.r:;plgS: Noble, of Missouri. Postmaster .General John Wana maker of Pennsylraaia. Attorney General -W, H. II. Miller of Indiana. r Secretary of Agrioulture Jeremiah Iluik, of Wisconsin, A Wire-ScNter MaleMes. , - JeiFKRBON, Tix., March 4. One of the most shameful oases of brutality and cruel treatment that ever, was known in this county was exposed to day. Tom MoLaaghlin, who was re cently married to the widow of S. A. Thompson, was arrested upon the obargo of assault .to murder his wire.. Sheriff J. M. DeWare and three depu ties went to his, house in the suburbs' of the city and aneited him. He had made threats that he would kill "the first officer who tried to arrest him, and when he saw that he was "sur rounded be grabbed for His shotgun, whioh was close by, but three pistols were dropped on him instantly, and he dM not use bis gun, His wife was found to oe bruised in. a most iahumnn. man ner and scarcely able to walk from her injuries. He had" kept his inhuman treatment to his family aTseeret from the publio by threateeiag to kill the ' arstone of. them who reported him. He is looked up now la the, iron cell at" the jail, and bis examialng trial is set for tomorrow morning. Tho en tire eity Is indignant at the action of' the man. ' , At this hour (8 p. m.) it has Just been learned that Thomas McLaughlin bant himself ia jail slnee'dsrk. His " examining trial was to have 'eome off. to-morrow at 10 o'clock. . He rtore up hit blanket in his eell, aad ia thai way wave a rope byuwhieh he oemmUied-tha'deed.- rU i. " .;; (' '7 m i- i" S. SX-, rA .11 ,-.' 1- t 3 M nx T vSt - V; ; .las ins &m ?'T 'It: fe jy ,-43 fl. joniai3iAiyfiia. ,. Jr ' ti '.''.. h-rn -ft 1 M -S J ,-x. H- .jU.-it "fct.AjW. jrirfz it- ''"