Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 79, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 11, 1888 Page: 1 of 4
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WACO EVENING NEWS.
WACO TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1888.
1 SPECIAL DISPLAY ! K
OP THE LATEST EFFECTS IN
m FALL AID WINTER MILLINERY.
MONDAY MORNING OCTOBER I
We will make our Millinery Department on Second
Floor Main Building the centre of attraction
for the Ladies. We will open our Ele-
gant Lino of Specially Importrd
Showing tho Latost MODES DE PARIS and all the
Latost Effects of the East. Our Display of
OSTRICH TIPS AND PLUMES
FANCY WINGS AND FEATHERS
ORNAMENTS AND TRIMMINGS
MANY NEW TINTS COLORINGS
WHICH WILL BE STYLISH DURING THIS SEASON.
Handle or lmrclmso uvirj thing n the l'rortu e llnu and respectfully ask onr friends
to call or mnko connlKiinieiits. MrNiuiranlrr Full Murkrl I'rkr mid Nnl-
lufnttiou tn Krr I'arllrular. Try us and be coin Incod
nsro:R-woo:D &c o-jrz:
John D. Ma) Held wishes to state to tho people that ho lends money on llouielield Fur-
niture Teami llusslo Carriage I'litoli Muilcul limtriinieiiU and all other articles
oMalue with or uilliout removal and for aslong tlmo as tho Interest Is kept paid. Also
buys sells and exchanges railroad tickets discounts notes lcndB on all rcgnlar banka-
ble paper real estato etc. A full lino of unredeemed pledges Tor salo. On $10 deposits
12 por cent lntorest allowed. Austin street near the plaza
o-Te Texes Seuiqgs-IiDin HiiooliflDn.-o
Announcos through Its secretary Mr. Jno. D. Ma llclu that It now has every share
In Its 100k0 stock In foico. lhat It has bought and built fpr the people of Waco during
the past year thlrtj-sK homes. Hie association will buy jou a home If you only have a
small amount of tho purchase price to pay and will allow ou long time on the balanco
with small monthly pajments
H. JACOBS j
The FashionaWe Merchant Tailor
jmrteil and domestic KooiWfor tlio mil ana win-
i iiiNejusirectncuo man eii-soni "' i
and at prices neer befuro liennl of. 1 unplu
none but llrst-claes workmen.
.LOUISIANA STATS LOTTI2KY
Order your tickets from U. Domuau
& Bro. opposlto McLolland Hotel.
THIS 18 THE CHEAT
TUBULAR WELL AND
f&mous for eucceodinjc whore
others have failed.
iiitt. ciuiotM rote
TIFf IK OHIO.
THE DINGEE COSTARD CO
ALLVARIKTIIS SIZES AND PR OKS
FINE EVER-BL00MINO PERPETUAL
fit IMRHO MUD MOSS ROSES;
ainrtntud dMerlbM oyar l0'f
OHOIOlST VarltUOf ROi
UUA ho to
wru. IU f" l"S'rnuin OA.
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Jjl Ualted tilt)
- i. GAY
Nniclilo of a Farmer-
Henderson Ky. Out. 10. Tyson
Langloy a farmer living near Spotts-
vlllo this county suicided at Ids
homo yesterday by cutting Ills throat
with a razor
No reason is assigned
foi tho act. Deceased is the son of
Samuel Langley one of tho most in-
llucntlul and substantial citizens. He
leaves a wife and four children.
Au Iiiaune JIrii I'eiMloned
Cincinnati O. Oct 30 Geo. C.Hur-
wood an inmato of Loncviow Insane
Asylum for twenty-three years has
been granted 11 pension 01 $72 a
month and 31.1 back pension dating
from 1805. Harwood was a moruber
of Company K Slid O. V. I. and is CO
years old. He has no relations and
it will he neoossary to appoint a
guardian to tako care ol his money
A fow friends qf tho unfortunate sol-
dier discovered that he hod lost his
reason though exposure and they
secured tho pension although it can
not bouoflt him.
Killed Over Cnrdn.
Hopkinsvlllo Ky. Oot. 10. Infor-
mation has been received hero in re
gard to a fatal shooting affray that
took place last night at Graoy n sta-
tion in tho western part of the county
botw oen Wesley Cushenborry and a
colorod man named Croekett both
employed as section hands on the
Olarksvlllo and Frliiootou railroad.
Thoy had met to play cards when a
dlsputo arose over tho game. Hot
words passed between them leading
to blows when Cushenberry sudden-
ly drew a pistol and began firing upon
L S. m R.
Your especial at-
tention is called to the
following bargains in
Hosiery the like of
which has never been
attempted in Waco.
Ladies solid color hoso In
Black Navy and Brown at
20 cents a pair full regular
Ladios extra heavy Hose
wlili double heals and. toes in
Brown Heal and Navy at 25
cents a pair.
Ladles Fast Black nibbed
Hoso seamless only 22) cents
Special attention is called
to our guaranteed Fust Black
Ribbed Hose for Ladies at 85
cents a pair.
Big Job in Ladies striped cot-
ton Hoso full regular made at
20 25 and ISO cents a pair
worth double the money.
Examine our line of full re-
gular made Imported Hoso
lor Ladios at GO cents a pair.
Big line Ladles Hoso at 6
10 and 15 cents a pair.
his opponent who fell dead at his
feot shot through the heart. Cush-
onberry then made good his escape
and has not been heard from slnco.
Tho body of the mui dered man was
left where he fell until noon to-d&y.
There is considerable exoltemont over
Iropoc1 Home for Worklngmeii.
Kansas City Mo. Oct. io. A num-
ber of ladies belonging to the Wo-
man's Kxchange have decided to at-
tempt the establishment of a self-supporting
workingmen's home. Their
plan is to get a building furnish it
and allow workingmen to board there
at the actual cost of their mainten-
ante i ne lauies lmeresieu aeciueu
that it was only necessary lo seeure
funds to establish the home after
wrtirh it will hft splf.siiKtnininc. Tr
was decided to nive a ball at the War-1
dpr r.rand nn tl Pvenintr ot rPvm.
ber 19 the proceeds to go toward the
rounding of the home. .
Doable Murder mid Nulelde.
Knightstown Ind. Oat. 10. Early
this morniuir fire was discovered at
Lai Solomon k Rosenthal
Cor. Cttli ciioxl Austin. Sts t
tho resldenco of Mrs. Sarah Hoggins ternoon in Alamance county a young
In the southern part of town. Tho J white man named Rippey shot and in-
door was burst in and there was . staotly kIItd his father. Three weeks
found N.B. Wade at the bed of his aS a relatv: dled and left yung
mother.Mn. Honrina. nearly suffoca- iRPPev considerable property and he
ted from smoko. He died soon after.
His mothor was found doad in bed-
Mrs Martha Gates who had boon
I living at Mrs. Hoggins' was not dig-
j covered until partly burned up. Tho
theroy 1b that Wade murdered ids
mothor and Mrs. Catos to hide a crime
Mrs. Catos was granted a pension witli
with $1500 back pay in the year 1874
and slnco thou sho has boon receiving
$112 nor month. .Wade inudo her be-
Hove that ho was hor guardian sho
having no rolutives and ho him hud
control of her money sho only recev-
lngSSOup to this tlmo. Tho ponslon
agent was hero Saturday looking up
tho matter and gave Wado until to-
day to arrange tilings. This so proyod
upon him that ho committed tho mur-
der and then suicided by taking
Ilorne-JIcat fur Dinner.
Philadelphia Pa. Oct. 10. one day
last week Dr. Rush S. Huldekeper
Chief of the Veterinary school of the
University ol Pennsylvania and a
prominent figure in Philadsliphia so-
ciety gave a dinner to a number of
friends at the Philadelphia club. For
the last thirteen years. Dr. Huldekeper
has ovmi a famous gray mare hunter
and steeple-chaser named Pandora. At
the dinner last week one ot the pnnci
nal dishes on the menu card was "Filet
a la Pandora." The guests suppoied
i--JAwSUiiil' WUfcUt.r.l iW-JUr-a-
L 8. ip R.
For the Boys and
Girls we have prepar-
ed some of the gteat-
est Bargains ever
Boys' Funoy Oxford Ribb-
ed Hoso doublo foot all bIzos
10 cents a pair.
Boys Solid Colors and Blaek
Bibbed Hose extra stout all
sizes 15 cents a pair.
10O Dozen Boys ond Misses
Bibbed Hoso Extra long Fast
Colors Double Knees Spliced
feet all sizes at 25 cents a pair
would bo cheap at 40 cents.
Misses Black Cotton Hoso
all sizes 15 cents a pair worth
Misses Extra Fino quality
Fast Blauk Bibbed Hoso
Doublo kneo 25 to 50 cent a
Romember wo are Solo
Agents for tho Celebratod
CLEANFAST BLACK HOSIERY.
Every Pair Guaranteed or
Money Bofunded. Try n
pair of them anil you'll
that the dish was named in honor of
the old steeplechaser whem they had
seen take many a ditch and many a
fence and come up the winner of many
an exciting race. After the filet had
been taten and pronounced very tooth-
som by the guests Dr. Huldekeper
remarked that he was glad of his
guests' appreciation for his favorite
j horse "for" he said "you have just
The guests looked at each other in
amazement and after a short interval
of silence there was a roar of laugh-
ter. Then in an instant a'l seemed to
rememDer Pandora as they had seen
her at the last meet and in reverential
silence the company rose to their feet
lifted their glasses to their lips and sip
i "-- "- a "t r
Ped In solemn silence to the memory
OI "C 'u Br. " ""y " J"" "
Pandora was shot. She was 20 years
old and on account of lameness in
her fore feet she had become a burden
' lu "'
Nliot and Killed Ilia I'm her.
Raleigh N. C Oct. 9 News was
received here to-day that baturday at-
had been on a spree ever stnee. Sa
turday he went to his father's house
and turned his horse into his father's
corn field. His father expostulated.
The son became violently angry and
cried out "Wait until I comeback
and I will fix you." In a little while
young Rippey returned with a shotgun
which he pointed at liis fathei. The
father was not frightened and said:
" You can't scare mc in that way." In
and instant he fell dead shot through
( the brca-.t. Hi- son had fired both
barrels aiming directly at his heart.
The murderer rode to town and gave
himself up to the shenll holding out
his hands in readiness tor the hand
M reck on the Nonf licru I'aclllv.
Richmond Oct. io.-The east bound
Southern Pacific passenger train was
wrecked one mile west of Randon sta-
tion about 1 1 o'clock last night. Four
cars left the'track and .some of them
were broken into splinters. Strange
to say no one was seriously hurt ex-
cept S. R. Rivers mail clerk who re-
ceived internal injurtcs which are
thought to be fatal. The wreck was
caused by the axle of the tender break
ing. A special train from Houston
went to the relief taking on board here
Dr. G. R. Turner who dressed the
wounds of Rivers who was taken to
the company's hospital at Sn An-
GREAT CROWD AT THE COURT
Synopsis of his Spoooh Ho Lo
cates JonoH Advice to Un-
A largo and representative audience
gathered in tho district court room
last night to listen to nn address
from J ml go George Claris who spoko
under tho auspices of tho young
Men's Democratic club
Judgo Clark was introduced by Mr
John Pat Massey Presidout of tho
Young Men's Mills Club nnd was
grootod with applause
In opening his spoooh Judgo Clark
alluded to Col. 11 A Jonos as his
distinguished Bopubllcau lrloiul.
"I uccopt " said tho judge "tho propo-
sition wliieh Col. Jones has thrown
luto tho face of tho pooplo of this
stato; that is that ho is opposed to
everything domooratic represented by
It. Q. Mills Now in rovlowing what
Roger Q. Mills roprosonts it is neces-
sary to go baok and review tho his
tory of tho pust and find out what
Mills roprosonts and what Jonos
Mills represents an idea as old as
tlw govornmont. This thing of gov
ornmont is not to-day what it was
uforollmo. It originatod in tho wants
of tho people." Tho Judgo thou re-
viewed the history of govemmont up
to 1770 when the idea of govornmont
under tho throos of n bloody revolu-
tion underwent n change
Jefferson lu 1801 gavo us tho
grandest illustration that tho world
has over soon that tho pooplo not
only havo a right to rule but that
thoy aro ablo to rulo.
Col Jones is going over this dis-
trict proacliiug tho samo doetriuo tho
American pooplo have condomnod
100 years ago lhat is that somo-
how tho govemmont must tako euro
of tho people.
Democracy stands and demands of
the govornmont to "Hands oil'" and
let each eitizon work out his own des
tiny. As far baok as tho foundation
of our govornmont wo havo had a
party domanding that tho government
put Its liana down into the pocket
of one citizen in ordor to enrich an-
other; that tho government should
foster one lutorost to tho do trillion t of
anothor; Unit wo should havo a gov-
emmont of special privileges. And
this party stands to-day and says it
roprosonts tho "Amorlcan policy."
Out upon such a fraud !
Now which side of tills controversy
in tho way of Democracy does Mills
represent? Don't ho stand with
tho masses of tho pooplo? Has ho
wandored from Democratic paths?
Not only does lie stand theio us the
representative of this prlnciplo but
to the honor of tho Ninth Congres-
sional district ho stands thero as tho
living embodiment of that principle.
Ho represents that prlnciplo of equal-
ity; that principle whibh says that
tho government has no concorn with
my making money nor with your
And yet Col. Jonos stands In oppo
sition to Mills and thinks Mills' Do-
mocraoy is so tainted that ho (Jones)
must go and hunt Davis and Pat ton
and Ooorgo Obrlon and other good
Dcmoerals(?) for company.
What other prlnciplo does Col
Mills represent und roprosent perfect
ly.' To those who woro lioro -0 yours
ago I neod not go back und toll them
what prlnciplo Mills represented
thou. In those dark days when tho
lifo of the cltUen was not safe whon
raplno plunder nnd murder woro
abroad. Our citizens woro impris-
oned und murdered their homos pll-
lugod and their property destroyed
und stolen yot in tho very height of
that poriod of misrule und unhuppl-
11088 this man Mills met tho tyrant
und sutrup E J. Davis on tho stump
and told him to his fuco Unit ho was
a tyrant a robber und a murderer.
Stood thoro among enolnlos his lifo in
his hand and porllllng all Unit a man
could and robuked tho tyrant as ho
has continued to do to this day And
what prlnciplo of government did ho
roprosent thou? Need I ask you?
Noou 1 asK pooplo wiio pussou
through thoso days what kind of a
nerve it took what kind of a man it
took lo stand tnus iio stoou as tlio
representative of Demooruoy and yet
Col Jonos says that ho is opposod to
ovory tiling Democratic as reprosonted
But that is not all. We havo the
good fortuno of having a man as
our ropresontntlvo who has had tho
nroud nrlvlloiro of standing by ids
pooplo tor SO years and during Unit
long period ho has never gone back
one inch on tho rights of the people
or betrayed a single trust committed
to ins nanus.
In 1870 wo hud an election for prosl
Coiillnned on toconJ lgo
The large and elegant
AHD LADIES' READY WADE WEAR
Formerly Belonging to
Will be thrown open
to the public
REMEMBER THESE GOODS
TO SATISFY CRED-
THEY ARE BOUND TO GO !
Immense cuts in prices
have been made. Nev-
er has such a choice
stock been offered so
low. Come and take
advantage of the bar-
gains offered. 0
LEWINE BROS. STAND.
Austin & (ith Sts.
N. A. Btrasonborg In Knst Waco
koops 0110 of tho nicest and best
equipod markets in part of tlio coun-
try and tlio pooplo lu tills part of the
oily know whoro to get choice uloy
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