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-A r T f V J X J Waco . evening' news. i M 1 t VOL.! WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1889. in NO 204 i SANCER BROTHERS. OUR ILECANT LINE OF NEW 8PRINC MILLINERY- 18 BEING RECEIVED DAIL.T, AND OUR STOCK WILL SOON BE ROUTE WITH U EUCJUT IIHHmnif OF hSBriiiiSkpesinliateWors MVEIiiY TflimUNCS In Piece Goods, Ornaments, Plumage and Flowers consisting of all the importations for this Season. One of the Latest Arrivals is a Beau- -tiful Line of rfJEW SHAPES o In Black and Fancy Colorings, which are very novel and will be universally popular this Spring. Come and see them. SANGER BROTHERS. T. F. oroafrES -W. H. JONES. JONES : BROTHERS, RULEM1 AITS, WACO, OMSXA, A BTJTT A.HT1D SBXil -A-IL :KINTS OF ivOLaV mo;lvey uil9? On Farm and Wild Lands on Long Time, at Low Rates of Interest, All Business will have Prompt Attention. f: RETAIL DEPARTMENTS Lai. Sin k Rati . Cor. Fiftb and Austin Streets. U UX AJ-1. 1J ifcf iL 5 WWW WWIW i. t t. . WK A :m . bM I 1 an. On Monday Morning, February 18, will begin our Regular Annual EMBROIDERY SALE. m Thousands of Dallars 'worth of these Goods will be shown, from one cent a yard upward. Assortment the lamest, Prices tic Lowest. All we ask is come and see and be convinced. t1 I 1 1 JJ Embroidery Sale! NOVEL CO-OPERATION. Ihe Kevatona Watch Clnb Comnanv It a cor poration llolnK trailnoss in Philadelphia, bat having agencies In the principal cities of tho country Betide being engaged In the man ufacture of watchii, it lias a novel method of dlipoelng of them by what: la called tbe co operative club system, similar in ita metboda to co-operative banks and building associations xne scneme is to organize a ciud oi as memoers for a gentleman a watch and one of SO for a lady 'a watch Each member of a club pays $1 per week until tbe total amount due is paid, when a receipt In full Is given to the holder of the watch Thus every week S3 or the price of the watch la paid In. Insteadxf holding the watchea nnt'l each member la entitled to re ceive one, at the end of each week the members of the club vote the watch paid for to one of their number For the protection of those who have paid their dollar, the watch Is held by the member subject to bis complying with the con ditions under whloh he receives it. When all have paid in $38 the recelps are glvrn. GOLD WATCH FOB. 1.00 1 WEEK- The Best Way to get a first olass Gold Watch 1b tbe co operative club system. The Watoh Is an Amerloaa Lever Stem Winder, containing ev-. ery essential to accuracy and durability, and has in addi tion numerous other lmprov ments found In no other walch. It la absolutely the only Vast art Damp-proof Movement made In the world and Is Jeweled with genuine HuWee. Tbe Patent Stem Wind and Set is the strong est and simplest made. This wateh is fully equal for ap pearame, accuracy, durabl litu and tervice to any $75 Watch. Price In the Co-operative Club $88.00 either all cash down or 91.00 per week. J. a D MAYFIB Ip BANKER 1J0HN D. MYFIELD.t PAWI -- BHOKBR, JOHND, MAYFIELD. SecreSnpfexas Savings Loan Association, respectfully solicits your business.-, ' Th Kontnna Watoh Club Comnanr have en gaged me aa their agent here to organise club under the above explained novel plan. Every body la enabled to secure a valaafle iand beau tiful watcn ror x m wvaw. puni ..I- iMnU. anvfwwlv iiMlnnir a rood watch should not alas thU chance. 1 will bo obliged to anyone calling en me tor particulars . Come and examine the wateh for yourself. """a Vf, PAFFT.OW. , Evening es Building, FrankUn Street Ladies' dresses and plume cleaned and dyed to any shade by A.Faieldman sacoessor to the "Little Frenchman,' 303 North Fourth Street p For baby pictures, cute and sweet, With Jackson no artist can eompcte. 1?ir.rlftii carnaffes (or calls, vis its, etc., at Molder & Hearne's. Celebrated Budweiser beer at Cottoa Escbangr. . t i i m m Imported sherry drawn from Ihe wood at Cottoa Exchange. OVER THE WIRES, TELEGRAPHIC MISCELLANY CARE FULLY CULLED FROM SUN DRY SOURCES. Base Ball Mch4ale. Houston, Texas, March 5 J. M. Hosfield of Fort Worth. Charles Levis of Galveston and J. J. MoCloskey, the schedule committee of the Texas league, held a meeting is the parlors of the Capitol Quango to-day and ar ranged the series for the season. It is so arranged that there will be bo lay offs. MoCloskey was ohosen chairman ana iiosneia secretary. The season is to open on April 7th. The follow ing is the schedule: Houston plays at Galveston May 5. 6, 7; June 9, 10, 11; July 21, 22, 23; August 24, 25, 26; at Austin May 1, 2, 3; June 12, 13, 14; August 27, 28, 20; September 7, 8, 9, at Fort Worth April 10, 11, 12; May 17, 18, 19; June 23, 24, 25; July 25, 2G, 27; at Dallas April 13, 14, 16; May 20, 21, 22; Juno 19, 20, 21; July 28, 29. 30; at Waco April 10, 17, 18; May 14. 15, 16; Judo 16, 17, 18; July 31, August 1,2. Galveston plays at Houston April 7, 8, 9, May 26, 27, 28; Juao 30, July 1, 2; August 4, 5, 6; at Austin April 10, 11, iz; May zu, 24, 20; June Zti.ZT, 28; September 10, 11, 12; at Fort Worth April 16, 17, 18; May 14, 16, 10; June iti, 17, lb; July HI, August 1, 2; at Dallas April 19, 20, 21; May 17, 18, 19; June 23, 24, 25; July 25, 26, 27; at Wsco April 13, 14, 15: May 20, 21, 22; June 10. 20, 21; July 28, 29,80. Austin plays at Houston Nay 11, 12. 13. Julv 14. 16. 16: Aunst 7. 8. 0; 20, 27, 28; at Galveston May 8, 9, 1U, July 17, 18, iw; August au, 11, iz; 29, 30. 31; st Fort Worth April 13, 14, 15; May 20, 21, 22; June 19, 20, 21; July 28, 29, 30; at Dallas April 16, 17, IB; nay 14, 10, id; June 10, n, 18, Julv 31, August 1, 2, at Waco April 18, 20, 21; May 17, 18, 19; Jane 23, 24, 25; Jaly 25, 20, 27. Fort Worth plays at Homston April 21,23, 23; May 30, 81; Juae 1: July 10, 11, 12; August 11, 12, 13; at 01 veston ADtil 23. 29, 30; June 2, 3, 4i July 4, 5, 6; August 14; 15, 16; at Austin April 19, zu, zi; jum , t, ; July 7, 8, 9; August 17, 18, 19;-a4 Dallas May 4$J, , 23, J4, 25j July LEWINE BROS. Nw Arrivals of aaonablt) Goods. what wo have) to Offer this WssK. 'S, IO PIECES NE-W OHI3STA. SXXIC For $1.00 a yard, retailed In New York for $1.25. 8 pieces Black Surah Bilk , 20-lnoh, for 05 cents a yard. We are showing some Bide Band Fancy Dress Goods. Will be the rage this seaton. New Albatross in pretty shades Just opened. Imbroldorlss. Kmbroldsrlos. Imbroldorlss. Since this line of goods has become the objout of great competition In the Dry Goods trado of Waoo, we here enter our name on the lists, nnd we take up the gauntlet against any and all competi tors, crowning the fair brows and ornamenting the garments of our customers with the , fruit of our selections and purohases, ELEGANT FL0UNCINGS, CHOICE EDGINGS, -HANDSOME MATCHED SETTS. Come and see them. You will be pleased. Ml Who have Little Climbers and Big ones too, see our oheap ? Lot of Boys' JCpee Papts. Make them, you say? oh no. Not when you oan buy them,' Jf from us for 25o, 40o, 50o and 75o a pair. i . n.. . ... . . , jiA as ror suns we nave a lot or everyday play suits that we will sell you for $1.00 a Suit. For $1.50 you oan 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 Cuffe from us You oan purohase many a Bargain from us this week, as we are unloading to make room for New - Goods arriving daily. , WE WANT YOUR TRADE And wo will mako a Strong Effort to tltaso you. Hl l 1! 'I 1 s& .4 ! K WXBsTJS BROTHBS.X COR. AUSTIN and SIXTH STS. A n 21, 22, 23, September 10, 11, 12; at Waco May 1, 2, 3; June 30; July 1, 2, 14, 16, 16, September 13, 14, 15. Dallas plays at Houston April 28, 29, 30; June 2, 3, 4; July 7, 8, 9, August 17, 18, 19; ot Galveston April 25, 20, 27; June 5, 6, 7; July 10, 11, 12; Au gust 20, 21' 22; at Auitin April 2222, 24; May 30, 31; June 1; July 4, 5, 6; August 14, 15, 16; at Fort Woith April 7, 8, 9; Juno 12, 13, 14; July 17, 18, 19, August 20, 27, 28; at Waco April 10, 11, 12; May 26, 27, 28: August 4, 5, 6; August 28, 24, 25. Waoo plays at Houston April 25, 26, 27; Jane 5, 6, 7; July 4, 5, 6; Au gust 14, 15, 16; at Galveston April 22, 23, 24; May 30, 81, Juno 1; July 7, 8, 9; August 17, 18, 19; at Austin April 7, 8, 9; June 2, 3, 4; July 10, 11, 12; August 20, 21, 22; at Fort Worth May 11, 12, 13; June 9, 10, 11; August 7, 8, 9; August 29, 80, 31; at Dallas May 8, 9, 10; June 26, 27, 28; August 10, 11, 12; September 1, 2, 3. Tswajefljr at Teaaatl. Templb, Tesi, March 5. A hor rible shooting affray oeourred here this morning, resulting in tbe death of Hugh Mstlock and perhaps fatal wounding of his brother, Tom Matlock. The cause of tbe difficulty aro about as follows: Some timo last spring Tom Matlock, who was then night tioket agent at the Santa Fe at this station sold A. D. Rather and It. Mun day tiokets to Kansas City. By some misunderstanding Rather and Munday took the wrong route and were ejected from tbe train a few miles beyond Gainesville. Starting t walk back to the city, they were set upon by high- wayves ana rooDea m an tneir money. Rather claiming to have been relieved 01 $000, Ob his return home he in stituted suit sgainst the Santa Fe company for damages, and the oaso is still in tho courts or lieu county. The statements of Rather and Mat lock were so at variance regarding the sale of tho tiokets that a bard feeling sprang up between tbe two, which culminated jn Matlock's cursing Rath er last night and calling him a Rather then told Matlock that be would give bim until 11 o'obok to day to retract what he bad said and apologise. Matlock failed to do so, sad snortlv before the arrived A. D, Rather and bis brothenHerbert lett their plaee of business and went to the part of town where the Matlocks geu erally pass their time.'' Thy found Tom sad Hugh Mstlock at Mayer A 8teiaer's tailoring estab lisbaseat'on Tenth street, but as the hear had net qaite arrived, they walk- m ed over tho contiguous Mocks and ap proached tho Matlook boys at just 11 o'clock. A. D. Rather called Tom Matlock to him and struck him with a pair of knuckles, knocking him down, The two then scuffled, Matlook rev treating until off the sidewalk, when, drawing a pistol, he opened fi.ro on Rather who returned his shots. At inis point 01 ino proeeeaiugs Hugh Matlock and Horbort Rather joined in and ten or twelve shots in all were Bred, tho iaBt of which struck iy . Tom Matlook in tho back of the head, s' as he turned to run, knocking him J uvnu, luniBuni AHfiwi iu u strrivcu on the scene and arrested. the Rather bovs. who still had their smokins: nls- tofs tn tbeir hands, " - yk I-..AY 1? When tho smoke cleared awav Husk'-' Matlock was found lying on the side walk in an insensible ceaditioa. with his brains oosing from a wound in tho head, whilo Tom Matlook was running around widely with a' bullet in his, brain but still able to go, and seni-' ble oi what had oocurred. In Hugh Matlock's hand was a cooked' 45 CoH'a Eistol, and his arms' were folded across is breast. a 4 alala the Dea. Tuscola, III., March 5. A sensa tion was caused at Atwood last evening when tbe body of Mrs. Henry' Shaffer, wifo of a prominent farmer, was about to be buried at tho cemetery. At the grave while surrounded by a large as semblage of mourning friends and re. latives tho ossket wss opened. Her life-like appearance wss remarkable. Her cheeks were rosy and her limbs were not rigid as is usual with eorpscs. Friends insisted that the funeral should not take nlsce and it was at oace cost- poncd. Dootors were summoned and they are now using 0y meant to bring her back to fife. Their efforts seem likely to prove successful, and the result is awaited with great anxie ty. Mrs. Shaffer died, apparently, suddenly Friday.evcning-whHe about ber household duties, inrgood spirits. Money to loan on country or olty $ property by E. M. Ewlng, attorney ? at law, 111 South Fourth strei-t, i Waco. 1 Takothat soiled hat to A. Fried- i, man, 303 North Fourth streot, and have it made as good as new; Telegraphy and abort-hand, two of the finest arts known, taught at the)" new college. 6ee,,advertieenMot"oii' "' third page. , ,Jt q '-ip i ! ..- m . . .J, lf A fif.L& a ' A, v '.