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r "T wf " v Tj ""wv TWWWiWiW "' '-" "i 'T'www? a " h ' t , .,-.,- , 'A: v V A ML' EVENING NEWS. i ,1,1 w UI , in ri VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1889. NO 209 WACO SANGER BROTHERS. OUR CLKCANT LINE OP NEW SPRING MILLINERY It BEING RECEIVED DAILY, AND OUR STOCK WILL SOON BE RENLTE WITH UN EUCJUff MMRTMEMT OF WpriDiSiaminlaMob MNEIiTT TRUHMINCS In Piece Goods, Ornaments, Plumage and Flowers consisting of all the x importations for this Season. One of the Latest Arrivals is a Beau tiful Line of ftEW SHAPES In Black and Fancy Colorings, which are very novel and will be universally pbpular this Spring. Come and see them. SANGER BROTHERS. L ill l RETAIL DEPARTMENTS ii. vi k Cur. Pitt aai iisi Streets. ra-a-fcya-n-o-o-Ki-ti" srSS 9Spas?t&" SS5 i-ji?- 5&s WtjQw BVLj &'&mas&- Your attention is called to our new arriyal of Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloths and Carpets. ' ' Possessing as we do un bounded facilities in the way of buying in the largest quantities, we are enabled to offer unusual advantages. Our Carpet Dep't is the largest and most elegant lo equipped in the South, and has been uniformly successful since its incep tion. We pursue the same policy in this dep't as we do throughout our estab lishment, viz.: Prices the Lowet, Assortment the Largest. !0v9v9V -fwrwi -ttr-ecet tTi - VTm "VasaaY -a;-wri fmr&r&i ,j. ' yv I ,E!WTNE! RRAfi : .. . . . . : new arrivals oTasonamGooas. wnt w nav to y Offar this WaaK. . l lO PIECES 3TE"W CHINA SILK m For $1.00 s yard, retailed in New York for $1.25. S pieees Black Surah Bilk , -1 20-lnou, for 05 cents a yard. ;, We are showing some Bide Band Fancy Dress Goods. Will be the rage this i mmuui xiew AivtiiruNS in pretty sanaea just opeueu. ij Embroldariaa. Embroldarlaa. Embroldarlaa. Since this Hue of goods has become the objoot of great competition in the,? '.J V.WUO uauo Ul 1TnW HOUUDVUWIUUf 1WUIDUU lilt, J191S, I and wo take up the gauntlet against any and all competi tors, crowning tne tair brows ana ornamenting tho garments of our customers with the fruit of our selections and purchases. V ELEGANT FLOUNCINGS, CHOICE EDGING, Come and see them. You will be pleased. -HANDSOME MATCHED SETTS. a MOTHERS, Who have Little piimbers and Big ones too, see our cheap Lot of Boys' J(Pee Papts. -V .V iuM y, 1 n & T. JF. JONES w. h. jroKTES. JONES : BROTHERS, RIAL mm vm BUY WACO, TE)XAS, - .AILTID SELL A.XJIa KXfcTDS OF REAL ES'TiVTE. On Farm and Wild Lands on Long Time, at Low Rates pL Interest, All Business will have Prompt Attention. Watch Clnb Company It a cor bnslness In Philadelphia, but e in the principal cities of the NOVEL CO-OPERATION. lhe Keystone Watch Clnb oiatlon dolus? business In BYlnr agencies in the nrlnclpal conntrv. Reside bclnir encsirud In the man. afactnre of watches, lthaaa novel method or disposing of them by what' la called the co operative clnb system, similar in Its methods 10 co-operaiiTe Danes ana Duuuing associations The scheme is to organize a clnb oi 38 members for a gentleman's watch and one of so for a lady 'a watch Each member of a clnb pays $1 per week until the total amount dne Is paid, when a receipt in full is given to the holder of the watch. Thus every week $38 or the price of tlio watch is paid In. Instead of holding the watches nntll each member Is entitled to re ceive one, at the end of each week the members or tho club vote the watch paid for to ona of their nnmber For the protection of those who have paid their dollar, the watch la held by the member anbject to hla complying with the con ditions nndsr which ha receives it. When all have paid in S38 the receipa are glvrn. GOLD WATCH FOR 11.00 I The Best Way to get a first class Gold Watch is the co operative club system. The Watch is an American Lever Stem Winder, containing ev ery essential to aocuraoy and durability, and has in addi tion numerous other Improv mentB found in no other watch. It is absolutely the only Dust and Damp-proof Movement made in the world and Is jeweled with genuine Rubies. The Patent Stem Wind and Set Is the strong est and simplest made. This watch is fully equal for ap pearance, accuracy, durabi lity and service to any $75 Vatch. Price in the Co-oper atlveClub $38.00 either all cash down or $1.00 per week. OVER THE WIRES. Telegraphic Miscellany Care fully Culled From Sundry Sources, Make them, you say? oh no. Not when you can buy them from us for 25o, 40o, 50o and 75c a pair. As for SUITS we have a lot of 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 Cuffs from us $$ Vaii nan miwnViaca minv a Denrfstn fsnm no tVite uraalr ma "' avu wait ftwivAictao iiimjj i wo&gcsiu tiviu ua viua neeA c it Si M i we are unloading to make room for New Goods arriving daily. WE WANT YOUR TRADE And w will mak a Strong Effort to Plfcasa you. iAKL ,r CK KI.BWINE BROTHER.) ffi COR. AUSTIN and SIXTH STS. KJ. D MAYFIBLD BANKER o JOHN D. MflYFIELD. o FAW:iV -s- BROKER. JOHN D. MAYFIELD, Secretary Texas Savings Loan Association, respectfully solicits 'your business. - The Keystone Watch Clnb Company hare en gaged me as their agent here to organlxe clnba under the abore explained novel plan. Every body Is enabled to secure a valnslrle and bean tlfnl watch for 91 atweek. Ilia first club I; nearly complete. Anybody desiring a good watch ahonld not miss this chance. I will be obliged to anyone calling on me for psrtlcnlars. Come and examlno the watch for yourself. e,pecu. W. PAnrr.ow, Evening Nes Building, Fraualltf Street. plumes cieanea and dyed to any shade by A. Friedman ucoessor to the "Little Frenchman,' 303 North Fourth Street. For baby pictures, cute and sweet, With Jackson no artist can compete. in First-class carriages for ' calls, vis its, etc., at Molder & Hearne's. Celebrated Budweiser beer at Cotton Exchange. t J. N. Gallagher attorney-at-law, aiOfr, Auttia ayaaue, waeo, xezas Afraid of Texan. Gainlsvillk, March 11. On Sat urday night two young men from the mountains of Kentucky arrived at Na cona, a little station west of here, to visit relatives. It was their first visit to Texas and they woro afraid they would be hurt during the night, before the arrival of their relatives. The landlord noticed the nervoas move raents of the youncr men and tried to quiet their fears, but during the night they loft tbe hotel and went to the woods. They remained hid until Sun day at dinner when thoy were seen go ing to a town near by. Several eiti rens also went to tho house to talk to the strangers and assure them that their fears wero groundless. No soon er did they approaoh tho strangers than tbo latter began to fight, cutting the clothes cf one man and striking sever al others. They fled to the woods and haye not been seen s'noe. It is be lieved thoy hayo left the country afoot, and if found their relatives bo- lie ve now they can do nothing with them. Hard on Ike Putt-lots. Wasiiinhton, Maroh 11. Presi dent Harrison has reaohed a conclu sion that Mill cause deep disappoint ment to the army of patriots who are besieging him with applications for places. It is a conclusion that may delay tho filling of certain offices with uepubitcans lor montns, ana possibly in some eates for even a longer period. Tho president has decided that he will not only move with extreme cau tion in the matter of removals, bat that wharo the incumbent is a compe tent official against whom no charge can be made, lie will in many cases be E emitted to serve out his term, should e decline peremptorily to resign. It is said in explanation of the course that President Harrison does not in tend to make martys of good men for no better reason than because of their devotion to Democratic principles. President Cleveland established an ex cellent precedent in such matters, and President Harrison will, it is said, be cuided by it to a certain extent at I least. M7trienljr MlMtasj, Texarkana, March 11. Every moans available has been made to find J. E. Robinson, dead or alivo. Up to the present there is no tidings of him. His friends still rouain hero for tho purpose of hearing of him. As was wired the Gazotte on Monday night last he was arrosted and supposed to have been lynched on a chargo of as sault of the littlo daughter of T-'cr-ney'e. The mob acting entirely on Tierney's statement without an inves tigation, his friends claim a grievous wronsr has been done an innocent man, sb the ohild is said to be as well, bright and happy as ever. The grand jury proposes to probe the matter to the bottom. A special jury has been im- pannelled for the purposo by tne dis trict oourt now in session. A negro reports having seen a mob on Monday nlgbt outside or tne city wno was hurrvintr a man forward, beating, curs ing and yolling, "hang him." This, doubtless, was lvobinson. He was in a few days to have wedded a young lady at Dalby Springs, and for this purpose was here with a considerable sum of monoy to make purchases for the event, Att Avowee) Nolelde. Sherman, Maroh 11. W. N. Han dley, a young man about 80 years of age, who oame to this city about two years ago and who has figured in the double capacity of school teacher and lawyer, suddenly disappeared from his boarding houselast night loaying a phatetio letter in whion ho stated that his friends had all abandoned him and that he was going to take his own life. Tho publication of the letter in the local papers this evening created Juite a sensation, but tho fact that andloy took all of his clothing with him and had managed to run board bills in the oity during tho past year without , paying them, indicates con clusively that be is noi dead, bnt has gone to seek new and green pastures. A Slick SJtealft., Bonham, Tex., Maroh 11. Several eitisens in Bonham and vicinity are several dollars worse off to-day than they were last week. Jim Steele, who formerly lived here, borrowed all the money he oould get, forged a note on oae of the bankH, and selling a horse on whioh there wore three mortages, skipped out Saturday night or yester day. He secured from all sourees about 1000. "a Officers sro now searching for Failed to Beat Boodlera' Paradise. Watkrtown, N. Y., Maroh 11. One of the boldest hank robberies that has occurred for many years surprised -' the pcoplo of Norwood) St. Lawrence' county, Saturday. F. J. Smith, cash ier of the Norwood bank, was alone in tho building about noon, whon Charles M Phelps, a postoffico olork, entered and ''u) asked for stamps. Smith stepped into tho vault to get thorn whon Phelps l quiGKiy ciosea win uour sua tunica ,;l ,h tho combination, locking the cashier1 j in. The robber then took all the paper . Sr mnnfi'v from the drawer. 278. leavinir T'Tjf several hundred dollars in silver., yrfpj for Inn Danadlan Vinrdnr. fiffcunn milaa..$&V distant, but he took a train at Braah'l er's Falls, hoping to ride through to' J Norwood at midnight without Doing V ( detected and then go on to the city of V I Ogdensburg, where ho oould v easily amaba in fmwtmAn ritav wisftiai am .A train knew him and on arriving at Nor-, wuuu no was ueuvuruu uj tue uiuuera. ,, Unly 911 ot the stolon money was found on him. Phelps is a young man .v and a native of Norwood. He' hadj laucn into oaa nanus ox tate ana is v said to have become an opium eater. &: West Vlraiala's aoveruorshlB. CiiarIiIbtqn, W, Va., March 12. The supremo oourt mot this morniBic and dcoided in tho Goff-Wilson gaberJ natortai manaamus caso mat uoyernf or Wilson is entitled to hold over un- ' til suoh time as the contest between ' -Fleming and Goff shall havo been sett , tied, or in other words Goff is not on titled to his seat on the ground that the returns wero not declared by the lomaliitnrA TIia ficrfit. lll nn a fiA. " tween Wilson and Carr on a quo- JJTfl warranto proceeding. -- ' i Storm Beaten. A great sucoeis. N. Y, World. Startling, pathetic, euro to please.' N. Y. Tribune. Robert Buchanan's masterpiece. N. Y. Herald. Jt portrays the human passions with j unusual fidelity; N. Y. Sun. t No doubt can be expressed rogank ing its sacoess. Journal. A crowded auditorium attested its approval. Philadelphia Ledger, j- At the Garland Wednesday aad ,1! rnuraaay. , j AH & V" ' . s rMJl. i '