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VOL. 4. NO. 222.
WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 29. 1892
bi' Cents rer Month
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House taisliiog Linens.
The largest and best selected
stock ever shown. Prices lower
than ever.
NOTE THESE
Bleached Damask,
Turkey Red Damask,
Cream Damask,
Table Linen, 65c qualities at
per yard 42 cents.
Bleached, Turkey Red, and
Fine Cream Damask'
Table Linens, extra widths, 90c
qualities, at 6yj4c a Yard.
And a large line of Samples of
Fine White Damask Table Cloths
with Red, Pink, Blue and Olive
borders, all sizes, 75c to $2.50
each .... 40 per cent below value.
specials in towels
Two Lots Towels worth I2jc
ach, at 8 Cents.
Towels worth 20c, at 12 "
ESfOur Special Sale in Staple Department will be con
tinued this week on account of last week's bad weather.
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THE HUGO WEEKLY NEWS!
' . . AM 8-PAGE, 48-COLUMN PAPER.
Contains All the Latest Political,
Will be Sent to any Address
M SO
Address,
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
WACO,
HAKINr. IJANOITS.
Foiled In mi Attempt to Hob n
Trnln, They Loot it Town.
.Guanujetta, Mox., Maroli 29 An
'organized gang of Moxioan bandits
Jhas been oporatlng along tho line of
the Moxioan Gentral railroad norm or
horo. A few days ago b'ix of them
woro discovered by a dotaohmont of
rural guards near Loon, taking up
track of tho road for the purpose of
derailing and robbing the express
train. Tho militia fired upon the
bandits, killing every ono of them.
This stopped tho depredations of other
members of this band until yesterday,
whon fivo of them rodo into the town
of Pedrito and held up a number of
citizens in the street at midday, so
curing considerable money. Ono man
resisted being robbod and was shot
and fatally wounded by the bandits.
Thoy then coolly rode out of town.
The bandits were under the leader
ship of Jean Fiento, ono of the most
desperate men in tho republic
Boj's bost button boot at Hilt's
IHHk HIHh MKBk 4PVL
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pess Goods,
AT LOW PRICES.
New, Bright, Pretty Designs in
Half-Wool Stuffs, at popular
prices.
22-Inch Bedford Cords,
22-Inch Printed Suitings,
22-Inch Cashmeres,
22-Inch Diagonals,
All at j1... n4c a Yard
worth 1 8c
Printed 22-Inch Half-Wool Chal-
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lies, regular price"' 25c a yard.
at ."ft 16 c a Yard.
36-Inch Double Fold Whip Cord
Serges, regular price 35c a yard
at '. . 224c a Yard.
22-Inch Half-Wodl Batistes and
Nun's Veilings, all the new
shades, reuglar price 20 cents,
at 15c a Yard.
Telegraphic and Local News.
from Now Until JANUARY 1, 1893
CENTS
TEXAS.
INTERSTATE COMMISSION.
Ileurlntf Evldonco In Tonncisoo
Now in Nuklivillo.
CnATXANOooA, Tenn., March 29.
Tho interstato commorco commission
met hore yesterday with Commission
ore Morrison, Voazey, MoDill and Cle
ments and Secretary Mosely present.
First case taken up was that against
Cincinnati, Now Orleans and Texas
Paoifio and tho Alabama Great South
ern Railroad. Tho Chattanooga
Board of Trade being tho jtoeoou
tors. Petitioners complained that
they were being discriminated against
by tho railroads above named to their
iniurv in business being charged mora
than their oomDOtiters were and that
thov had in many linea been driven
from trade whioh they wero entitled to
at least a fair share and that thoy were
being grossly discriminated against in
favor of Oinoinnati. Two wholesale
grocers gavo eridenoo. Tho commis
sion gave defense ten days to present
rebuttal evidence and adjourned to
meet at Nashville today.
Di
CAPITAL HEWS
the senate ;keceives
names of the
Tin:
ComuiiNNlounrN For Confirmation.
i'ONtcrlu Dnneer Tlio AUtrnlinn
llnllot In tlio liana o( Its t'rleiidti.
The ICrowu "Sold Out ltd 1 1 r cm d
Hilt."
Austin Tox. March 29. The Aus
tralian ballot measure has engaged
tho attention of the senate the great
er pirtoi tho morniug. Pope, Soaray
and Garwood are engaged in fraiiyng
the law to meot the nooessities of the
oaso.
Tho governor has sent to the senate
the names of Jno. IT. Iloagan L. L.
Foster and W. P. McLean railroad
commissioners. He assigns no rea
son for the delay. Foster ia in danger
of defeat Hogg may be asked by
tho senate to explain why ho withheld
these names when tho constitu
tion roqnires it to bo dono
in ton dayi. Senator Garter
introduoed a resolution which has for
its object tho investigation of tho
effoots of Hogg's failure to send to
the senate the railroad commissioners
within the ten days required by law.
It now appears that tho effeot will bo
to make vacant tho offices requiring
new appointments of other com
missioners. Tho Bonate is in a great wrangle
over the motbod to bo adopted in
selecting tho plaoes fo- the supremo
courts of appeal- In the houso tho
day was oonsumed in the dis
oussion of the Brown "sold
out railroad bill. Colonel
Crawford mado a strong spceoh against
it making a strong point that "abstract
right must sometimes yield to condi
tions and environments'' but that as
Texas needs dovelopment railroads
should bo encouragod even though
they may be guilty of some abuaos.
TICAIN ItOHItEltS l'OIIii:D,
Tlio Southern Exprctai Coitiinuy
Laying for The in.
Birmingham, Ala., March 29.
Sunday night an attempt was made
to wreck and rob the Louisville and
Nashville passenger train at Boyles
Gap, three miles north of Birmingham.
Last night a squad of police went out
upon the same train and the news has
reached here that the robbers repeat
ed the attempt and a battle ensued.
Over 100 shots were fired though the
results were not ascertained. Rein
forcements have been sent for and a
special train left with ten picked men.
The Southern Express Co. has been
on the lookout for robbery along this
line in Alabama for the last two weeks
UCKIIXi:i) TIIKJIALL.
A Uuuclc Gctv III IIIn Work on Small.
I'ox l'alleiitn.
San Salvador, Maroh 29. A
Quaok in the village of Cimarron who
protends to bo ablo to prevent tho
spread of smallpox, inoculated twen
ty children with virus, promising his
treatment would preserve thorn from
tho disease Tho following morning
sixteen of the ohildron died. Thero
is little Hope of savin g tho othors.
The villago is greatly wrought up over
tho deaths and the feeling againBt tho
quack is very bitter.
si'hi:ckl,i;s nuccumiis.
Sella IIIv I'hlludolpliln. Snur lte
finery to the Trnut.
Sav Fkancisco, March 29. J. D.
Spreokles has confirmed the dispatoh
announcing the salo of Glaus
Spreokles Philadelphia v refinery to
the sugar trust, but says ho is not
yet in possession of the dotails.
Couch' niurderer,
WiTcuiTA, Kas., March 27-
-Tho
trial of J. C. Adams for tho murdor of
Capt. W. 0. Couoh, the noted Okla
homa boomer, resulted yesterday in a
verdict of manslaughter. Tho sen
tence has not yet been pronounood.
Ituruod to Death.
London, Marnb 29. fire broke
out in a restaurant on Yiotoria street
at an early hour this morning result
ing in death of two inmates of the
building and iojurcd another.
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pring
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Demand Unit the SllVor Illll bo Nat
Abandoned.
Washington, Maroh 29. Tho
stoppage of tho silver bill was a hard
blow to Senators Pugh (Dem. Ala.)
and Coko (Dem. Tox ) both of whom
detest Mr. Oloveland and who, during
tho afternoon in tho sonato 'executive
session spoko of tho dangor to tho
measuro and straightway went over to
soo Mr. Bland. Thoy met him at tho
threshold of tho old hall of repre
sentatives and in an exoiting talk pro
tested to Mr. Bland that tho bill must
not bo abandoned if tho Domoorats
hoped to keep tho party wholo in
Alabama and Toxas. Mr. Bland soon
let them know that thoir protests wore
unavailing.
DESTRUCTIVE iKAIUIE PIHCSi
Storm In Nebnikku mid tlio I'rulrio
llnriiH Npiirltn From mi Eimlno
Set tlio ftriiM In Colorado.
McCooic, Neb.,March 29. A heavy
galo all day yesterday unroofod many
small buildings. In somo manner tho
prairio was set afiro south of horo and
burnod over several thousand aores of
land. It was finally stopped by tho
Republican rivor. It was roportad that
threo or four farm houses were burned
and the stock destroyed, but no
definito roports can be had from tho
burned district.
IN COLOKADO,
JuLicsnuna, March 29. Sparks
from a Union Paoifio ongino sot tho
prairio afiro yesterday ovoning whioh
will probably provo d'sosterous to
quito a numbor of farmers west ot
hero. Tho wind is blowing at ft
funouB rato and the firo is running
fast.
Woatlier Indlcutloiiii.
VASiiiNGTON,March 29. For Toxas
Wednesday, generally fair, precoded
by light showers in northern portions;
southerly winds shirting to woBtorly;
ooolor Wednesday night.
Buy Egan'u Blacksmith coal,
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THE LAST LETTER:
IngersolPs", Cheering Missive to
Walt Whitman.
'YOUR HEART KEEPS SWEET
Ami Strong lu All Your Airony'l In
Wnftod In o letter to tho 11)1 111;
Pool The tlrcut Orator Will Speak,
at tlio tiruyo of Ills Hoar Old
I'rlund.
Camden, N, J., March 29 Col.
Ingersoll, according to report, has
been asked to deliver an oration at
the grave of Walt Whitman, and it is
expected he will accept. Col. Inger
soll and Whitman has been friends
for years and since the poet has been
confined to his house this winter he
has had frequent correspondence with
the former. On '1'uesdny last the fol
lowing letter, the last ever read to
Whitman, was received from Col. In
gersoll: "'My Dear Friend. I was
pained to hear thai you are, sulfering
more and morn but was glad to know
that your brave spirit has never been
bowed, and in all your agony your
heart keeps sweet and strong. I
think of you a thousand times a day
and of the great good you havo done
the world. You have uttered such free
and winged words, words that have so
thrilled and cnobled the hearts and
lives of millions that my admiration
has decpeded to obligation. Again, I
thank you for your courage and again
I lovingly say farewell, and yet I hope
to sec you again soon."
Jimtlce I.umitr'k Condition.
Washington, Maroh 29. Justico
Lamar passed a very oomfortablo night
and it is reported at his residence
today that his general condition is
much improved.
Ono year ngo today tho Citizens'
Street Kailway company sUrtod its
first electrjo car. They havo been
running over sinoo ou good limo and
Minn iiswf cAtrMa
gHIU(j(jVUUiioiiii ,
lire & yoie.
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