The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 263, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 19, 1894 Page: 1 of 8
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ace Curtain Sale.
Ind Ends. Three or Four Pair
Kind Only at HALF PRICE
00.- I-ce Curtains tor-. ..$1.00 a Pair.
00.- Lace Curtains for.... 1.50 a Pair.
00-- Lace Curtains for.... 2.0O a Pair.
00-. Lace Curtains for.... 2.50 a Pair.
:ial for Monday and Tuesday Only.
IN CARPETS New Pattorns 40 cent
ity only 29 Cents a yard
N CARPETS New Pattern? 50 and 00
qnahty only 39 Cents a yard
II MADRAS BRUSSELS CARPETS
h 53 and CO cents a yard only 42 Cents a va rri
hese Chances Don't Come Often and if
km Want Any You Must Call for Them on
iNDAY and TUESDAY
itinSt THIS WEEK'S 410 Austin St.
Will be Interesting to Close Buyers.
the Items ami Note Amount to be Saved at This Sale:
indid Liuo of Wenloek
awns worth 0 cfnts.
I.. '1 ni.tn
A Splendid Line of Portahiro
Lawns good colors worth 8 cents
This week 5 cents.
A large assortment of Swiss Stripes worth 20 couts
Tlii neek 10 oonts.
1 will be interesting to you to come and see our lineH of
e L-uns in black and whito. Cream and Pink
B. HABER Manager.
n Crabbers Foiled. "
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etrikicg miners who as-
htre laat ninht u-iti iv ;
01 e'B a train to tke
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"Stofctiiko were foiled
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F Dern a wo nwndred
: Ptrsoni were tkrowu out
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SATURDAY AFTERNOON" M AY 19 18Q4
ttHv.tnalmmi rp0 ' mnit
That Wo Are Now Offoi-
Ing at Such Little Pricoj.
It would be impossible for as to
sell Shoos at this rate contintuualy.
Wo do it to attract you wlo are
not our customers.
And thopc who purchase frau ue
always dou't let thorn go be;ging
Ladies' Oxfords at.. $2!)
Misses' Slippers at.. 1 ij
Men s Low Shoes at . . IJ)
Don't forget that a worl i your
friends will help your baby ge that
first or second or some one f the
ten prizes wo will give awy on
50c. Per Month.
Wanted in Dallas Comify on
For .Sniniiliiig ami Bigamy-I'orwanlrd
m iUiiii-iiiiignt this JIuriiiiig.
TUCKER & Co.
Trying to Save tho Cref.
Port Huron Mich. May 19.
The Bchooner William Shupcwent
anhnra airjtit. m!ot( north ofl""1.
The tug Thompson uiado tie un-
successful atlemps to each tho
wreck and resoue the saiha. She
is now out with yawl boat and will
endeavor to get a liu to the
schooner and take tho ufortunate
men off in that way. Tho Saud
Beach life saving crew hrbcen sent
for and is now on the wa here on
a special train. The Slue is water
logged and hor fails blyn away.
The wind blew a gale allnight and
Mills to Resume.
Now Albiny Ind. May 19 Tho
affairs of tho New Albany Woolen
Mills company havo been taken out
of the hands of the receiver. Settle-
ment has been in ado on tl o basis of
75 cents and the mills will resume
under a new organization with
seven hundred employes.
Jones and the Tariff.
Little Rook Ark. May 19.
Senator JaracK. Jones has written
a letter to a political friend in this
city in regard to his connection
with tho amendments to the tariff
hill tlouvs that all tho Demo
cratic members of the finanoe com-
mitteo hid agreed to submit amend-
ments and ho was selected to pre-
sent them. That waB all there was
in his aotion
Seo Stark West for fire insurance.
Serious Trouble Prilcted.
Denver May 10. (Jo Mine In-
spector Reed predicts sems trouble
at Sopris near Trinidadpherj he
says the Colorado Futand Iron
company is maintaining xiy-tbree
deputy sheriffs to pro ecita prop
erty against three huudranii fifty
half-Btarved strikers. Tie miners
who are Italian have t yet re
ceived their January p and are
in a very ugly humor.
Jack Frost's Wk
Omaha Neb. MaylS. The
frost last night did imuie damage
to crops. Ico formed quarter of
an inch thick and vegobn on tho
lowlands was out do' Sarpy
oounty reports all vcibles in-
eluding pototoes tomai beans
etc. complotclv killed.
Minneapolis May 1-Spocials
to tho Journal from poiin north
ern Iowa southern central
Minnesota aud westen7isoonsin
sav there wore heavy)sts last
night cutting corn ! garden
stuff to tho ground.
ShtrifE Burke this morning re-
c ived a 1. : tt r f re m Shci ill Ben K.
Cbull of Dallas enclosing a de-
scription of J. II. Shoik aliat
Frankl.n Shackleford alias Arthur
Hill alias F. Franks who is wanted
at Dallas to ans-wcr indictments for
bigamy and swindling Deputy
Sheriffs Sim Shcpliord aud Cliff
Torreuce were deliiled to appro-
heud tho accut-od whom they sue
ceoded in louaung eix imius e.Ht of
Vaf.n on thu Corcicina road. These
i dicers went out early this morning
and relumed before noon brinping
'hfirinan whom thoy placed in
Sheriff Cabell who was informed
by wiro of the arret t wrote that ho
did not think Shook would bo at
VVajo but simply wished tho Waco
(iHoHrsto kok out for him. He
has been eluding 3rrest for some
time. Ho was last seen at Chco.
He had his mail forwarded to Dub
lid from there to Cllas Mo. from
that place to Tyler and from Tyler
to Waco lie would mati tho let-
ters wiih the forwarding direction
on tho train and no town would
wien be postmarked on the envel-
ope. The auoiiBid is about 55 years of
age six feet in height sandy hair
' "ruing gray tandy mustache and
-liort stubby baard. He is a good
talker and his convernfuion would
indicate a man of wealth as ho is at
all times talking of c-mbarkmrr in
sumo imsinefcs. lie reached Waco
this morning comb g it is thought
from Oho where he was lust heard
iroin. When approaohed by the
officers he w attempting .to buy a
tar m He denies hn guilt but not
withstanding that fact is now be-
hind the bars awaiting tho arrival
of an t flicer from D?lbn county.
Deputies Shepherd and Tor'renee
did some uich detective work on tho
case and landed a man of many
names in jail to anew r fur crime
'gainst tho peace and dignity of the
NEW AND NEAT
For Two We
Gold Fillings $1.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Porcelian Crowns .- 5.00
Best Teeth ) ...
Upper or Lower J " ' lu
All Work fluaralccd.
Dr. Chambers is. iimmm.i.r
locited in Waco and his work is
his best ad bunco these prices.
Fifth floor Provident building.
Three Inches of Snow.
Alpana Mich. Miy 19 It is
still blowing a gilo from tho north
It is bitterly cold aud there iH three
inches of snow miking good slcgh
trig it is feared crops arc badly
A Delayed Schooner.
Bay City Miuh. May 19.-
sohooner Monlicello was due
Cheboygnn yesterday and no
has been hoard from her.
feared sho has gone ashore.
A Schooner In Dess.
Forrestvillo Mich. 19 A
three-masted sohooner i distress
five miles out. She haip3rently
lost her rudder and parher oan-
vas. A steam barge rying to
pick her up. The wind ill blow.
ing a gaio.
Washington May -Signals
are displayed on the goast from
Galveston to Pensacolad at all
lake stations excopt in Duluth
and Ashland section.
Big Schooner Cronnded.
Detroit May 19 Tho fine
schooner Warmington 550 tons h
aground at St. Claire Hat" and tho
tugSiginaw has been sent to her
Coiuiiiirtce.lpfiwiiitcil (o Svcurc I'ropcr
The recent convention of business
men which met ut Delias adopted
Resolved That a committee of
olcvui representative busine-s men
ihroughout tho ttato bo appointed
by the chairman of this convention
to ff rmulato a plan of relief in case
the insurancu companies do not seo
proper to lurnish tho relief asked
for in the resolutions and petitions
this day pissed by this couvuition
and that said couiinittto be u.Hiruct-
ed to report at a called meetwg for
this purpose at nn the
day ot 1894 subeiuon
Wind Still Strong
Milwaukee Miy 19. Tho wind
is still blowing strongly from the
northwest today but no new disas-
ters are reported.
Clear of Wrecks.
Muskegon Mich. May 19. This
shore of Lake Michigan is clear of
wrecks this morning as far as in
thu meeting to be hold by ih insur.
anco men at Louisville Ky. on
-iay 24 189-1.
That sa d committee bu request d
to gather such information ami data
as miy bu necessary to a t intelli-
gently upon organization of local
companion for tho protection of oit-
izcru of Tcras from exorbitant and
urjiiHt clnrgeH and conditions
Mr. J. W. Riggins today received
a letter from tho suureiirv nf th
meeting apprising him of Iih ap-
pointmeut aH a member of that com.
mitteo. llio date of tho
has not yet been fixed.
Comet PIlo Romedycuros.
For sale bv II. C. Rihhor & Co
A Hard Frost.
Lemars la. May 19
frost here has cut corn and
der plants to the ground.
Try eggs in cold storage
Try us once and you will bo a
regular cuetomer. Tho new meat
market comer Eighth and Washington.
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