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"& V r - ,y EVENING NEWS. V0L. 1 WCO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1889. NO. 222 -" 'Y- V' t, ftft "' "WACO SANCER BROTHERS. ARE DISPLAYING EMBROIDERIES l RETAIL DEPARTMENTS AND Dress Trimmings OP THE latest ppopTATION In high-class and exclusive Eu ropean Novelties. Artistic Per sian Gimps. Silk Irish Point Em broideries, Drapery Netts and FLOUNCINO-S Everything especially new. We f v also call attention to the late de " ) signs of Black Chantilly Flouncing 63-inch wide, for Killarney Cloaks, ALSO OUR MIME STUiRT ind U1TI BUFFS andCDLUIRS. SANGER BROTHERS. t. r. joixrps JONES : BROTHERS, KUL i BTJ"5T -ArNTD SELL On Farm and Wild Lands on Long Time, at Low Rates of Interest, 1 All Business "will have Prompt Attention. J. 13 MAYFIBIvD. ..BANKER. JOflN D. MIYFIELD. EAVPTST f BROKER. JOHN D. MAYFIELD, V Secretary Texas Savings Loan Association, " - respectfully solicits your business. John X. 3MLa5rIla. LINE OF bORD Ft UKTUEqaY W. H. JONES. ALL KIJKTDS OF fflTS, LessiDL Sin k Bill, Cor. Fifth and Gilmer's Special Column: OrricK or J. B. Giluxb A Co .Waco, Tzx ) Heal Estatk Mabket ton WeekKndixo J Makcu 23bd, 1880. J There has been a decided Improve ment in both the demand for city property and in sales this week. The analysis of the artesian water whioh pronounees it pure, and its measur ment which elves over 760.000 srallont a day, will help out wonderfully. Everybody is now satisfied that the water boom has something substan tiai in it. tiio certainty 01 tno uranu Trunk and the actual revival of the Aransas Pass will, if our citizens will only work together, give us a good, healthy boom this spring and sum mer. Now Is the time for parties who have a little capital to invest. Prices still remain low. We have added to our list this week among others the rouowmg properties : Two lots and good house in East on Sduth klnth street; house of 18 rooms and lot on Jackson street, $1500; lots onTentb,Eleveutb,Twelfth and Thirteenth streets In South Waco; some beautiful lots on Speight street; 7 iota witntn one square or artesian well. $825: 4 lots one square from ar- in .Lubbock', Sherman and Hale coun Aafn urAll CRAii aoav wAiviae aonHnna ties at a bargain; 807,000 acres on tue Gulf of Mexico In solid body, $500,000; 640 acres two miles of Vernon, Wil- bararer county, inclosed. Bpienam land, only $10 per acre. Borne nloe Kansas and Missouri property to exchange for Texas lands; 12 lots near WoolenMllls at a bargain; 10 lots on Walnut street between 8eo- ond and Third, cheap; house of 6 rooms, 'i lots, on uiay street at siouu; 100 acres near Robinson nuoleus of a snlendld nursery: fine business house on Third street lea sed for 12 per cent net of price asked; fine blaoK, waxy farm, splendidly improved, near Lo reua, at only $18 per aore, and many others. Remember all of these came in this week and are fresh never been offered before. Respectfully J, B. Gilmer & Co. W. R. MATTHEWS 'WaU Papery rint,OII, Class), rushos, Varnishes Etc. House and Sign palntlug, Graining, Glazing and Paper Hanging. Oor. Franklin and Third Street. CienTtra damn bell is the best posted man on lotterv business in the state. Buy your tickets of him. Celebrated Budweiier beer at Cotton Exchange. t T 1 n.ll nn A. Vriedman. 303 North Fourth street for cleaning, dying and ip w s v JPji & T ..V- . -Vx m Va oV 'l - & .tf'v . . - - m v, jsr j& JSF.JV.& s v & X & A 1t W J. B Repairing. Anstiu streets. , m m 4k uzrrx - S V OVER THE WIRES. Telegraphic Miscellany Care fully Culled From Sundry Sources. Embeialer Indicted. Pittsburg, March 27. The grand jury this afternoon returned bills against ex-Cashier H. E. Volgt, of the defunct south side Frrmers and Me chanics bank, on four indictments. The first indictment charges Mr. Volgt with making false entries in the books ; the second with mutilating the books ; the third with embezzling, being employed as an offioial ; and the fourth with per jury. There were but few witnesses examined. The jury returned the bills after short consideration. A Kuaw, Perhaps Waxahaobie, Tex, March 2C. Deputy Marshal Tom Dixon informs the News correspondent that Sunday night a girl arrived in town and stop ped at Mr. Bailey's boarding house, giving her name aa Ella Taylor She is about 12 or 13 years old, spare made, with light hair; and had on choeked calico dress and was accompanied by another girl 18 or 19 years of age. She says her folks live in Dallas. The older one claims to have come from Abiline. The officer thinks that the young girl is probably a runaway. Attempt at Aainialaatlen. Dkoatur, Maroh 26. Mr. Tip Rush was waylaid and shot through the fleshy part of his loft arm, bolow the elbow, last night about 11 o'clock. He was c;oing homo and when he opened the yard gate at his father's house a man raised up from behind a post. Mr. Bush saw him and asked him what ho was doing there, and the fellow shot at Bush twice, one shot taking effect in the arm, as above stated, and the other went through his coat ovor his heart without striking the body. Mr. Rush fitvs bo has no idea as to the would-be assassin. Land eaiee far ekltktai. WAfliiiNriTnN. March 27. The com- tniualnnn nt thn irAnarnl lanil i9Rft lfl. sued an order to-day establishing two land offices in Oklahoma Territory, which was opened to-day by the presi dent's proclamation. The land office tor the western aistrict is to oe loosteu at Kingfisher station, and for the east ern district at Qutbrie. The two dis tricts are divided by the range ubo running through the territory north and louth between ranstes five and four west of the Indian Territory. Each diatritt contains annroximatelv the same number of townships, LEWINE BROS. Are showing the Handsomest LINE I WHITE GOODS in the City. We are making a great run on Hosiery. Full Regular Silk Finished Bal Briggan Hose, 25c a pair. "Electric" Black Hose, waranted fast black, 25c a pair. Hair line full regular Hose 25c a pair. New line of Underwear just opened. Ladies' Gauze Vests 25 cents. Ladies' Derby Ribbed Vests 35 cents. HandomelyEmbroider ed Chemise 40 cts. Ladies' Night Gowns at 75 cents and $1.00. Colored Torchon Laces at 10c and 15c a dozen yards An elegant line of Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 5c, ioc and 12c each fcSrRer.iarkable Reductions ofieredH We want your patronage and will do the best we can to please you Lewine Mad Dos; Scare Winoa, Tex., March 25. Great ex oitement was caused here to-day by threo mad dogs making thoir appear ance and killing elevon goeso and one yearling, also chasing a negro by tho name of Jaokson while he was trying to shoot them, i'our loads of shot were fired into them without effect. Tho last seen of tho mad trio they wcro running biting every thing in their reach, going in the dircotion of Tyler. Wire Mnrderer Arrested. Cumiieui-and, Md., Maroh 27. Melvin Garlitz, who killed his wifo last night, was arrested at Martinsburg and brought here at noon by Chief of Polico Hilderbrand. To avoid an at tempt at lynching, the train was stop ped outside of the oity and the pris oner quietly removed to jail. He ad mitted the killing, but said he was prompted to the terrible deed by jeal ousy, caused by his wife confessing her unfaithfulness. The feeling against him is slight, but no trouble is now approhended. Ilonsteai HapBtenlNfa. Houston, Tex., Maroh 20. This afternoon, while two young men, Geo. W. Menmnger and Will lthodo, were hunting near the oity, an aocidont oc curred whioh may cost young Monnin- gor his leg. He was walking in front 01 ivnoQo wnen me latter suppea ana fell, and his gun exploding, tno entire contents of ono barrel entered Wennin ger's leg, shattering it from knee to hip. It is feared amputation will bo necessary. The Houston land trust company with a capital stock of $100,000 was formally organized to-night. The busi ness scopo of tho company will em brace the exeoution of all kinds of trusts, tho management of estates and all matters requiring tho judicious and craeful adtninstration of absontees affain, on the same basis as the New York Central trust and loan oompany. Believe It ir Yo Like. Gonmles, Tex, Maroh 27. This morning about 10 o'olook while a thunder-storm was prevailing a nook of wild geese flying over the town was struck by lightning, and soventy-eight were killed. They fell in a part of the town near Guadalupe rivor, and were zt once picked up by a negro, placed in a cart and sold to citisens who gathered around, at 10 cents a pieoo. The above is absolutely true. and can do Yenned by many men. To read with comfort without strain ing your eye sight, buy your glasses from Levinski, who will guarantee to fit you. Brothers. Washington Items. Wa8hinciton, March 27. The re. publican senators had a caucus to-day concerning which the Evening Star said: "One of the subjects dlsoussed was, Shall Senator Coke's speeoh on the southern election outrages be an swerod? The conclusion, while not formally expre&sed.was that it should not be entered upon at this session. The subject, however, will not be al lowed to drop and next session will be discussed at tho usual length," But Uttlo comment was excited over the Oklahoma proclamation sont forth to-day, and the only Interest relates to tho appointment of commissioners. Ex-Congressman Long, of Massachu setts can have one of the places If he likes, if he declines, ex-Gov. Robinson of the same state can be a commis sioner. Ex-Gov. Wilson of Arkansas Is spoken of, and the third commis sioner Is quite likely to be ex-Gov. Throckmorton. The nomination of Rob t. Lincoln as minister to England was the greatest surprise sinoe the new regime came In. Republicans as well as democrats ' expressed astonishment. Outside of the Chloago Tribune no paper had mentioned him, and Editor Medill was his sole backer. It Is said the. president did not liko to choose be- tweeu Depew and Evarts, and took Lincoln to preserve harmony. A Texas aspirant for olnoe said to night the names of several Texas men would go before the senate the latter part of the week. Frioke got his marshalnhlp for Western Texas by a strlot party vole, it Is said, and Is breathing free. Just at this stage It would have to be a desperately Bad case to cause a republican senator to vote against confirmation. Evory one of them Is a suppliant in some fashion, and it would not be fair to incur tho presi dential wrath. aael rate er a Waaaaa. WiATHKBroBD, March 27. A pecu liarly disticssing case of death by burn ing Is reported from Fremont in this oounty. On the 4th instant Mrs. 0. M. Hedriolr of that place was seriously barocd. it is sunnosed from falling into the fire in a fainting spell, to whioh she was subject, tint husband was in this oity at tho time, and on his return home his dog first attracted his atten tion to his wife, who was lying on a bed, with her limbs burned to a crisp. The unfortunate wovan lingered until the ovejing of the 2Cth after suffering the amputation of both arns at the -' shouldur joint A singular faet was that the victim had for some time had a presentiment of her fate. B m VA ."J1! .1 fi ht m fjy. & "H3 ,1 -&. &&. lfe&ifet& '-;- aAJ'ik. M&Uki: