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-t , ' Vi? . r ' - ' : V NEWS: , f f VOL. 1. WACO, TEXAS, FKIDAiY, APRIL '26, 1889. NO. 3461 TT 1 RETAIL DEPARTMENT t LEWINE BROS. .:!KVA1s!U ; WfilSlNG w S vf M0 lop' Fhi Fmtaopiu-: We call your attention to our line of Gent's fine shoes, they are decidedly the most fashionable styles in the best makes ever shown by us On Monday, April 22, we will have a display of some of the styles, just received, in our show window. If you are too busy to come in to ex amine shoes, look at them as you go by. Our best French Calf and Kangaroo Hand sewed Shoes in all ,thep latest style, toes, button lace and congress are sold at $6.50. They are the best that can be put up In quality and work manship. We guarantee, every pair. a Our $5 line fs one-'of the best wearers in the market; they combine style and service. t We .have them in all the latest shapes, in bals but ton and congress. , To get good, solid wear for the least money, combining comfort, durability and style, just the thing the merchant, the student and mechanic wants. You should buy our $3 Shoe. They are the very best material that can be put in a shoe, and wilhoutlast anything that can be sold for that price. They always prove satisfactory. Vyehave them in all styles, button, bals .and congres. These are not our lowest price shoes that will give good wear; we can suit your purse, be it large or small, just come out and try us. Our $2.50 warranted shoe is A 1; we also have good shoes for $2. There is no excuse for any one to go barefooted when they can buy good shoes for sojittle money. Now a word for our boys' shoes Tho littlo man wants his to look as """'tHice nsthe boy's of larger growth. We have provided for them, oar ;. f Boys' and Youths' Shoes are as stylish and well made out of the same "material as qur 'men's goods We warrant every pair to give satisfuc - tion. Wo have them in Frenoh and London Toes, in Bals, Button nd Congress. Our prices rango $1 50, $2 00, 2 50 and $3 50 SANGER . BROTHERS 3P.v0P.JO3Sn3S "W. H. JOXTES. rS JONES : BROTHERS, -HEAL ESTATE AGENTS, -WA.OO, ex:a, btt-st -AISHD SELL AJLJL, KINDS OF ILl&AlNr MOTETS' ci v All On Farm and Wild Lands Long Time, at Low Rates Interest, on of j vti Business will have Prompt 1 Attention. JOHN D. MAYFIELD & ' - y BANKER, I & Cor. Fifti ail Afslii Streets. 61 Sin mm I cbl n ' ATM i W W JJtJLXJ! Hi wiWr ww fc1 1 l& u. U ) Q21 1 J ,ww UU $10 $10 $10 10 At this priceve will place on sale this week a quantity of Gent's Spring Suits made to sell at $12.50, $15 and $20. You can find in ,this lot of Suits almost any style and pattern in either Frock or Sack made up in the very latest style and of the nobbiest pat terns. " slBr Now is the time you can get just what you want at our moderate price. $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 - $10 - $10 W (V, jAlJoyfo 12 percent interest ono jays de posits. Money loaned on all kind's of secu rity; The only place in Waco where you can Borrow any amount of money on any kind of security. j- O JA.YJEMEIvIi. H' OVER THE WIRES. Telegraphic Miscellany Care fully Called From Sundry Sources. Perjnre Httnaeir tor m Wire QAI.VESTON, Tex., April 24. Some what of a sensational elopement took place lu this city to-day. Benjamin Barnes, a prosperous bricklayer re siding In the East End, has a buxom daughter with whom Henry Opper- maun, a young man, became deeply enamored. The young lady evidently reciprocated, but her parents sternly opposed the alliance. It is the old story. To-day the young couple out witted the old folks, hastily proceed ed 10 the county clerk's office, at once procured a license, departed Imme diately thereafter to Inquire for James J. Bpann's office and were at onoe spliced. From thenee they weutto the depot to take, an outward train, when the lrrate father accompanied my an officer arrested the happy bride groom on a warrant onarging mm with perjury. He was taken to the police station where a bond offGOO was required for his appearance to answer the charge orgoto.Jall. In the meantime the weeping bride ,was taken to tue home of her Indignant parents, where she is kept under close surveillance. -Oppermann after some difficulty secured an acceptable bonds man and Is at liberty. The bride's father hearing of r the movements of the young couple Instantly swore out a warrant against his objeetlonal son-in-law, ohargtng ulra with falsely swearing his daughter was of legal age, when he knew to the contrary. Oppermann will have a preliminary hearing to-morrow, and the outcome will be watched with Interest. CleetleaHaaaie Kilters. h Paso, Tex., April 24. The In vestigation of frauds perpetrated at the late election has beea continued with no new developments, except there were sixty person who voted In the ward who are entirely unknown to the bona fldo residents thereof. J. Q. Rowe, author of last year's olty directory and who is getting up the new one, testified that if any of these persons, with one exception, resided In the'ward he was not aware of it and did not have their names on his list. The attorney lor the asurplng mayor aBd the late mob flled a mo tion la the district eourt to dissolve the injunction which restrains them from acting as city sneers, Judge Falvey read the application, and In- We must raise a Large Sum of Monei tms weeKto meet Obligations; Wt. ImVP llpfnrtttitlnrl tn elrnirrlifor- nnnrls mnln !. . Ave will make such a deep gash in prices that we cannot fail to realize nur fffni- tn nicn tho Pnoli I nAiaB ...Ml cj :- u: . . ..,. ... wUo... uuuim nni iiiiu ill una sale new, fresh and desirable goods and the greatest bargains w .... uuuvu, vuiuv. uiiu ow uui guuus unu prices. 27 inch Colored Chin Silks, 75 cts per yard. This week ONLY we will sell a Super- lor quality 01 black faille Jfrancaiso at ONE DOLLAR a yird. These goods are being sold all over the country at 92.00 a yard. SILK REMNANTS for Trimming at half the regular value. Extra quality SURAH SILKS in all new shades, 65 ots a yard Groat run on Gentlemen's Whito and Colored Shirts. Lower pricos prevail this week than ever boforo offered 50, 60, 75, 95c, 1. s An entire lino of figured Sateens at 12 1-2 cents a yard. U? Our Immense stock of Embroideries, iriounoings nave undergone a great reduction. Come and see them and you will buy. Great inducements in Hoase Famish' ing Goods. Big lot of Turkish Towels at 0 1-2 cents each. l 30 inch Linen Huok Tewels at 10c each. 60 pieces of Check Nansuck at 5 oeats a yard. W The largest line of Straw Hats ever' offered in this market a t Gent's, Boss' and Youths' Hats. . , 15, 25, 50. 75C. $lif iAs?LVl c?l ss' Remarkable inducements given this weekinjl Clothing and Uent s jrurnishing Uoods W rntrf anrl qpp nrirl vnii tvill ' be pleased. , x Everybody should take advantage of ,this ureat sale ana many .Bargains onerea. , Cor. Austin and Sixth Streets. '4) i24 formed the attorney that be would bear the question argued en the 6th of May. The Texas press committee hae raised between $1600 and $200;. The editors will be reoieved In good style ana a targe iraae procession win do given In their honor. The Ceaseaaeaee ef Jealaaaly. Little Rock, Ark , April 24. W. II. McDaniel was toJiave been exam ined at Warren to day, as suspicions pointed to his having murdered his wifo, who he says committed suicide last Thursday, but a special to-night says McDaniel waived an examination and Was committed to jail to await the action of the grand jury. He says his wife, a beautiful joung woman, blew her own brains out. He had been jealous of her for some time and ac cused her of inconstancy, and that bitter feeling existing between the two was well known. The day Mrs. Mc Daniel was killed they had a quarrel and his wife started to go to her father's. Her husband persuaded her to return to her home, when he again uttered the bitter accusations. As he states, driven to frenzy by his harsh and cruel language, the poor girl seized a loaded pistol from the shelf and Minted at her unfeeling husband, as about to avenge herself on him, then turned the muzzle to her own head, pulled the trigger, and she fell to the floor a corpe. This is thsjtory as related by the nusband. Ways r a STIee Tmc Mast. Dallas, April 24 A draft for $100 on Sanger Brothers of thhfolty drawn through the German National bank of Little Rock and signed by h. B. 8anger, reached this city to-day. It is needless to say that this gent is a fraud of the first water, He is going through this country representing himself as a member of the firm of Sanger Bros, of Dallas. He was first heard of in Austin about two weeks ago. After borrowing money from first one party and then another ne went to a bagaio and gave an inmate a draft ob 8ancer Bros, for $250. The inmate alluded to found next day that all her diamonds were gone. From that place he went to Corneal and represented himself to some as Weinberger and oolleeted money from the generous citi zens oa the plea that he was is distaess and wanted to get to his home in Ar kansas. Te others he represented him self as Ben Sanger, ef the firm ef Sanger iiros , sad borrowed money oa tbeereditef the heaae.aad aoweeasea the Little Keek episode. This 'draft wss iioorsea y a weaken, uora west. The deseriptiea ef the man ia given as a yoaag man, well dreesed, seed j mas- taeae an weigaiag aeea. tea peaaos. Ceart r Appeals laleas. Austln, Texas, April 24. In the court of appeals the following oases were disposed of : Joe Hooper vs. City of Parif, from Lamar, dismissed for ) want of prosecution; A. 11 Collins vs, Lee, from Grayson, same, Berry vs State, from Knox, misdeamcanor, re' yersed and remanded, ox parte Mur-J pby vs. otato, from Harness, athrmed, Stewart vs. Sigal, from Callahan, affirm ed, Vwing vs. Newbauor, from Colo- man, reversed and remanded; Duncan vs. State, from Burnet, habeas corpus, reversed and defendant allowed bail in sum of $6000, Loomis vs. Williams, from Bosque, affirmed, First National bank of Cleburne vs Graham & Lewis, W. 11. Deal, gsrntsuee, judgmont re versed and rendered; the samo vs. Graham A Lewis, Wells Brothers, gar nishees, judgment reversed and render ed 'as to Wells in favor of appellant; Golf, Colorado and Santa Fe vs. White, from Bosque, affirmed, Waters vs, Winship, from McLennan, affirmed. Xr. Yeahaea Mae te Mix Hie asarka San Antonio, April 26. General Manager B. F. Yoakum, of the Ban Antoale and Aransas Pass rail road, loan Interview to-day, said that they were poshing the extension of that road to north Texas from Waco with all possible haste. The continual rainy weather of the spring session has considerably delayed construct ion, but now as the ground is beoom dry again, grading and- track laying will begin with renewed energy, From West Point the road will run north and Intersect the Houston and Texas Central at Glddlngs; thence on it orossee the International and Great Northern at Rockdale, and taps the Gulf, Colorado and Banta Fe at Cameron. From the latter point the road will go ou to Fort Worth, via Waoo, or may snoot direct to Paris, via Marlin' to farm a connection with the Frisco at Paris. From the tenor of Mr. Yoakum's remarks it is to be Judged that the road, In all probab lllty, will not go to Waco at all. A Urn Wemaa'a Baa MarksMaasfelp. Black Jack. Tex.. Asril 25 About four miles north of here'to-day while surveyoo JoacearBreshiar and severs! citizens wereeasaaaW In run ning off some land, and had" stepped to drive eeme stakes at a corner near the residence of John Vanrhsn, Mrs, Vaeghsa was seen leaving her hoase wita teamaiag in her hand, ana when sheet seventy yards ef from the party she leveled a, ge ana ire late tae sarveviiK tarty but ) failed te hit any- eae. As this failed te have the desired sfftet, Mrs. Yaugkaa, eameea.vp te itW them, and as she got near she disooysr-Vi ed Mr. David Vaughan, her husband's brother, driving the sukes, and wlta- out a word of warning struok him a-' severe blow on the head with her aun. At this time hor husband arrived on the scene of action and ordered Mr. Dave Vaughau to get off of Lis land, saying J that be bad bought and paid for it and did not want him or any other man driving stakes on it Mr, Vaughaa's injuries are slight, but it is believed that muoh troublo will roiult from this aotion of his brother's wife, .Justice Downing immediately jssued writs for all the parties, and to morrow may de- velon somo stsrtlinir news Wt After the Wepablle far Daaaecee. TiXABKANA.Texss, April 25. The Missouri Renublio on Friday, April , 19, 1880, published the following:'' "Mr. J. Forsman, the alleged eeplteUftef? wno reoeatiy surtea to DutiaaiauroM' from Texarkana to Fort Smith, Ark., A proves to be a fraud, tie has skipped, and the men who worked a week Kradn, ins: arc still unpaid, as well as ether i bins." 4gl Later developments 'are that Mr. 7 irorsman nss not oeea away, many at . the men at work got their py, thoMkl the regular pay day is not until tae 15th of Mav. Work has never stoeaed on the Fort Smith road and is still fe-1 ing on, and Mr, Forsman now propeeeal to sue the itepubiie for line), and lava his dsmaa-e at $100,000. Judae A. L. Byrne and Hon. T. K. Webber are "I Forsman's attorneys and think tfcatl tneir oase is an easy one. A riehtlar Were Baalae Blewa V. HHtraTON, Tex., April 25. To-night Constable Rogers, of Montgomery county, brought in a negro named Hen ry Sampson and lodged him in jail. Last night, near Humble, while Samp son was lying down ia his house, a colored man named Nichols, entered and, without warning, shot him, the ball entering his cheek and passing out throuah the bsck ef his skull. In ' this condition he arose, wrested the-x pistol from his assailant and beat aM. brains oat with it. He surrendered to" the .officers and will plead self-defense! The engine on the Columbus j a road, when thirteen miles from uoii bus, blow ap while running and an 1 !;ine nss been sent up to tne m rom'this eitv. Miraculous as'it seem, no one on the engine or train ws hurt. Genuine cream at Mrs. Ed. ies a ream verier, next door to He Royal, Bonta Fifth ttreet Hoases te rent by T. D. Kays 1 Fire lasuraase effibe with Waee 1 ia nnlitlna i 9 P it,' t w H :'l A: . l , fikr , (4 rfi B-VY 'is'