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ji. VOL. 1- WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY- 2, 1889. NO.-351V ?: RETAIL DEPARTMENT LEWINE BROS. Offer Ten Great Rnns is tut LADIE8' AND MISSES' BLOUSE. L & RnM BROTHERS wii m Some of our patrons have quite a mistaken idea concerning these 'garments, and are under theMmpression that they were designed only for House-wear, Picnics, etc. True, nothing could be more appropriate than these garments; they are cool, comfortable, convenient and at the same time pretty. But they are also a very fitting street garment, and are quite as popular for street wear in Eastern and Northern cities as the tight-fitting waists. 165 2.25 2.25 3.50 3.95 1.50 1.75 2.00 &SgSf3f5H Ladies' Fancy Striped Blouse. Ladies' Twilled Cream Flan- nel Blouses. Ladies' Jersey Blouses, bl'k & new shades trim'd with braid Ladies' Silk Flannel Blouses in all popular shades. 1.65 2.25 2.25 3.50 Striped Silk, light & dark shades O tffc of China Silk Blouses. OrfCFO 1.51 1.75 2.00 3.95 Popular Misses'' Fancy Flannel Blouses. Misses' Cream Twilled Fancy Blouses. Misses' Jersey Blouses, trim'd with braid Misses' Smocked Jersey Blouses, in all colors. Also a New line of the New, BLAZERS. SANGER BROTHERS T. IF. JOaSTES W- KC. OTOISTES- JONES : BROTHERS, RUL M il WACO, TE)XAS, BTTY TnSTID SEDliIj Jl.TL,Tj KIIDsTDS OF REiVI E'TvAr;E. IvOJJV MONEY v On Farm and Wild Lands on Long Time, at Low Rates of Interest, All Business will have Prompt Attention. Cor.FNnlAisiSM. $ M t W $ M 5E. t-i T1 ..! w M MU TJ1M tJtJilXJ! T $io At this price we, 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. Ur Now is the time you can get just what you want at our moderate price. $10 flO $10 $10 $10 - $10 - $10 Wi OYER THE WIRES. Telegraphic Miscellany Care fully Culled From Sundry Sources. JOHN D. MAYFIELD BANKEB, Allows 12 per cent interest on 30 days de posits. Money loaned on all kinds of secu rity. The only place in Waco where you can borrow any amount of money on any kind of security. K J. . O MAYFIID. Ah Arknusaa Hana-ins Bee. Fort Smith, Ark., May 1. Death sentence was passed today in the United States Court on Jack Spaniard, Frank Cape), William Walker, Joe Martin and Elsie James, all for murder committed in Indian Territory. Judge Parker made a departure by naming Wednes day (insteady of Friday), July 17. Spaniard is a half-breed Cherokee, and in appearance is the ideal brigand. Deputy Marshal Irwin had arrested young Griffin for horse-stealing and had started with him to Fort Smith. Griffin's mother hired Spaniard to fol low the officer and release her son. After a 20-milo ride ho overtook the office and prisoner, killed the officer and recovered his prisoner. It was in this case that a dog was introduced in the court. When Spaniard is hanged, his will be the fourth human lifo sacri ficed in this case. Frank Capel killed his girl through jealousy. His mother died of crief. His father attended the trial, and died suddenly on learning of his son's con viction, and, when Frank is hanged, his will be the fourth life on that one account. William Walker, colored, is a plain murderer of the brutal type. He killed Calvin (Jhurcn. Elsio James in a full-blooded Chiok- asaw, and is the second woman sen tenced here for murder. Tho sentence- was repeated to her by an interpreter, through whom she made a vigorous de nial and protest, meanwhile talking rapidly and earnestly in her own lan guage. The oaso mado against her was that Elsie and her sister killed a hired roan in his sleep and hid his body in a grove in the brush. A Damaging Storm. Boniiam, Tex., April 30. A tf rrifio wind and hail storm parsed over the northern part of this county laBt night covering a territory of about twenty five square miles. Every vestige of growing cotton and corn was totally destroyed entailing a loss of thousands of dollars. Many farmers were in town to-day buying seed for replanting. No lives are reported lost but the damage to crops, fenoes and fruit trees exceeds that caused by any other storm within the past ten years. The storm came from a northwest direction and was most severe where it first struck the county, gradually spreading out and losing its strength as it progress. i- Same Teliae la India. Indianapolis. Ind., April 27,-Dur- ing a hearing this evening of the con spiracy charges against ex-County Treasurer Miller, County Asylum Su perintendent Williams and others be fore federal Commissioner Van Burcn, growing out of the alleged voting of asylum inmates at tho last election, It, N Harding, prosecuting witness, tes tified that tho paupers, including the idiots, nave long been voted as so many cattle, and it was so under Mr. Williams' predecessors, when the in stitution was in Republican hands. He bIbo testified that ono pauper was shoved into tho ohute and forced to vote. A largo number of witnesses have been summoned for this cxamina tion, and among them is one who will swear that the vote of one puuper, who gave bis name as Jesus Christ, was re ceived and deposited under-protest. A Monitor Fowl. Oabrollton, Tex, April 23. On last Satuaday Mr. Robb killed a large water fowl in Mr. Geo. Jackson's tank. It nearly fills JMalcom's description of the 1'clican in the JSiblo dictionary ox rcpt the color. Its length is five foot seven inches; from tip to tip of wines it measures seven feet eight inches. It has a bag under iis throat that, will hold a peck. It has a long ncok and bill, a small tuft of feathers on tho top of tho head and a curious appendage on top of the bill near the front end. Its legs and feet are liko a goose's legs, rather short. Color snow white except the tip of the wings which are black. There were about forty in the flock. Mr. Robb killed two, the larger of which is above desoribed. Xlnty Nine Years. Sherman, May 1. In the case of the State vs Woods, alias Cuvon, col ored, charged with rape on the person of Mrs. Maggie Miles, a white woman, the jury returned a verdiot of guilty ana nxea me penalty at mnty-mne years in the penitentiary. Mrs Miles, was a servant in the employ of J. R. Cole, at the time. Circumstantial ovidenoe alone convictod the negro. A motion for a new trial will be made at once. Texas Patients. Washington, May 1. Thefollowing is tho list of patents issued for Texan Samuel IS. Urager, Wiuhta ball, ad juitablo barrel cover. Ftnniet C. Fain and G. C. Poston, Granbury, show case. DeSoto Lovejoy, Moscow, motor. Yellow raver op NhlnnonraL London, May 1. Lloyd's agent at lserlin reports that tbe VYcscr has yel low fever on board, soyeral officers and twenty-eight others being ill and three hsffing died, 50 pieces Nainsook Checks at 5 cents a yard. 4-4 bleached soft finish Domestic 6 3-4 cents a yard, 2oc. Sateens marked down to 12 1-2 cents a yard, 27-inch China Silk will be sold at. 75 cents a yard. A large lot'Fans, worth 25 & 35c for 10 cents each, An elegant line of fine Fans, worth from $1 to $1.50, lor 50 cents each, New lot Silks Umbrellas, with Gold Handles for $1,50, Best bl'k & col d Hose in the city for 25 cents a pair, Novelty lot ofChallies justopen'd A lot of Ladies' Dongola Kill Button Shoes worked Bnt- tofl Holes for -$ml o a Pair. Extra Good Bargains in all kinds of Shoes and sliuers at . JEWIJ!ME: - BROS, Cor. Austin and Sixth Streets. a4 Prennrlne- for the Drill. Galveston, Tex., April 80. Two Zouave companies, the Hale of Kan sas City and tho Merchants of Mem phis, have entored from the competi tive drill. Over twenty companies have already enterod. The manage ment has closed a contract for eleotrlo lights, and artesian water will bo (low ing on the grounds. Qon. Etauley nas detailed tbe following officers to constitute the board of Judos and they have censonted to serve: E. C. Woodruff, major of tho Fifth Infan try; E.H. Llscum, captain of tho Nine teenth intantry, and Edward Rice, captain of tho Firth Infantry, 'this board Is uow formulating tho milita ry progrmamo. Goii. Opponholmer, commandant of the camp, and Copt. Steever of the regular army will ar rive in a day or two for tho purpose of laying off tho oamp. WlUlamaon County Fair. Taylor, Majt 1. Tho. fair 'opened with a good altendunco at noon to-day. Tbe rains of yesterday made a heavy traok. The races will be tho next two days. The stick exhibits aro first class. Special gun shot and base ball to-morrow If tbe weather Is good. N More Bandar Work. Boston. Mav 1. The hcids of de partments on the Boston and Main rail road have beon ordered to allow no work on Sundays, except such as is re quired to run tbe regularly advertised trains, or to make repairs rendered necassary oy acoident (Saturday nicnt or ounaay. nocking Death. Bonhau, May 1. Lito jestorday evening a littlo son or J. W. Adams, living about five miles north of town, was killed by a mule. ,Tho boy was riding tho mule to wator, and tho ani mat becoming frightened ran away, throwing tho rider to the ground and breaking nearly every bone in his body. The nrnnd Trnnk at Palestine. Palestine, Tex., April 80. Ttirtv five thousand dollars of stock was sub scribed here to-day to tho Texas Grand Trunk railroad and the commitleo will have to go to work to-morrow securing right of way and depot grounds through tbe country. , To Waco Wheelmen. There will be a meeting of tho cy clers of Waco Thursday night, May 2, In offloe of Stephenson fc Bon's store. Let all wheelmen be, In attendance, as I have a proposttlon to make them. W M. M. STKl'UKNSON, 4-3-2t Manufacturer's Agent. Mneoa-deches Prospects. $ NACOODOOIIE8, TEX.jv April 80. - - " " m iwu Jtiver, caoinef , ' and Western railway Is&roffrosslnsr "?k Al. rapidly, with every prospect 5f ilaV' I reaohing San Augutlne In tlnegfor' T thn fall nrnn Tlin mnnno. nf ,.. ti r .t 1 thn fall nrnn. TIia muia nt nnn struotlon says thai it will be puslied rapldlv east and west and In a short tlmo wo Will havo direct cemmunlra. Hon with the wntt find alan with Naur K Or'eaUB. A proposition to secure tho Texas Midland railway Is under considers,- At.. mu - i-j a. - it.- nun, lUDunuueui oi toe company ih .. - i uas onerea to duiiu nere very soon,' going east from Waco, If we can make... It Ititerestinir for tlmnh. and we think 'JirW v D 1 - .A -01 WO can do so. Th'.a will irivo ua a! SVJL 'it. niltlnta hv rail nitri sif Anikna iUm "$ ,. -j ..., ...., . VWU..V, .... future for our town is trood. o fi i Uenlaan Cotton Factory. Denison, May 1. Dr. J. M. Ford i rcoeivcd a telegram this morning from Hi Boston stating that tho Denison cotton,; faotory compan V stook had been all sub-r scribed and active measure would bobo' gun at once toward erecting the facto ry. Tbe paid up stock is $1.000,000,. and tho company propose to put in a very largo mill to employ not less tkan 300 operatives. Directly after the ex- , oursionists returned hdsae a meeting , was called and the company formed and stock ordered issued to the amount of $000,000, Almost as soon as the ' stook was issued it was subscribed, and now nothing remains but the begin ning of work and tho early pushing of ' it to completion. , From Analtn.. Austin, Tex., May 1. Tbe follow ing charters were filed to-day: Ennls Roller Mill company, Maokay Briok Manufacturing company. Tbe followlngcolleotora settled with With the state to-day: J. W. Cook, of Penton county; J. F. Thompson, of ElUs; J. S. Wilson, of Bastrop; W. C. Doughty, of Frio. " Gov. Boss to-day pardoned Andrew Parker, colored, from Milam county, ', who had beon sent up for forgery In six cases-rtwo years each. He had .' been In the penitentiary four years. -,. Conrt or Anneal. : Austin, Msy 1. The following cases wore disposed of to-day in the , court of appoals: Reversed and re- ) manded Olascow vs. Hill couaty, f ," from Hill; Langdon vs. tbe State, -.-from Wilbarger, affirmed; Sowarti vs. , Massey, from Zavalla; and Maddox vs. v Hood, from Grayson. Affirmed o p certificates Goggan vs. Barke A Lsgswortb. from McLennan, sffimedtJ ) &, .. 1 r. " f j ikilHV,- "l r, if - 'l1' J JVW ' - . k3 j ''a.l