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WACO EVENING NEWS.
yOL. 1 WACO. TEXAS, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1888. NO. 45. r? SANGER BROS. On or About the 15th of this Month, all of our Arrangements Will be Complete. The Magnificent Addition to our Building will be Ready to Open, all the Changes in the Main Building will be Ready, and then Ottr Iall Stools:, Which la Rapidly Filling Shelves, will be Open for Inspection. Prom Now Until Then. DIM THE NEXT F01TEI DAYS, WE -WILL HAVE AHClllntt! IJlHoqop of thiEnlipgemenl of oup Esfibllsfynienl AND AS A COMPLIMENT TO OUR MANY PATRONS Our Entire Stock fill lie Hefluoi! Summer Goods as well as the Early Fall Arrivals will be sold at Complimentary Prices. Our time as well as space is limited and will not admit "of detail, but a visit DURING THE NEXT FOURTEEN FACTS, AND WILL BE FOUND INTERESTING, PLEAS ANT ANDPROFITABLE. 3STOTIOE. On Wednesday Evening at 6 o'clook our store will be olosed on ao oount of Holiday and will be re-opened Friday Morning Sept. 7th. II. A. GOEBEL. FRANK LEXK. lel&IM, BANK, STORE SALOON BO, 02 Fannin SI.. HOVHTOX. TEXAN. Uarrett'a Condlton. New York, Sept. 2. The Tribune prints the following as the statement of a person, who knows Robert Gar rett's condition: Mr. Garrett is a very sick man, and 1 don't think will re cover. His mind is entirely gone, his speech is failing, and when he be comes violent he cannot say a word, but makes a peculiar noise with, his throat. He is at times crying and yelling, and when night comes his noise isjfearful. He will stare around him and his eyes bulging out crouch ing with terror, he will call to his as sistant, to come and take the men away, who are trying to kill him. The windows are guarded with heavy iron gratings to prevent him .from jumping out. He i constantly watch ed by the three men in the day and three at night. He does not eat at the same table as his wife and father-in-law who are with him. He is fed on milk almost entirely. 'When he has a quiet spell his attendants take him for a walk in the garden. Tropical I'rultTruat. New York, Sept. 2. The report that a trust had been organized by the tropjeal fruit men of New Orleans did not create much concern among the banana importers of this city. Georce H. Richardson of 228 Green wich street, selling agent of the Atlas une 01 steamers, wnicn unngs w una port an average of eight cargoes of bananas ner month, stated he was aware of an attempt on the part of a certain English firm to organized a big trust for the control of the tropical frujt trade, but did not believe it could succeed, because of the fruit being perishable. If bananas could be stored like sugar, oil or goods of that charaeter, a trust might cause some DAYS WILL VINDICATE THE alarm. Part of the plans of the Eng lish firm embraced, Mr. Richardson said, the construction of a ship capa ble of carrying from 30,000 to 50,000 bunches of bananas hung up. At present the largest vessels are able to bring only 14,500 bunches in lajers. A Hone that Pmnped Water. MoLoansboro, 111., Sopt. 1. J. T. B. Steolo, of this place, was not long ago tho owner of a most Intelligent horso. Tho animal was of tho Morgan stock, and In color was coal black. Tho Judgo boarded with a gentleman and kept bis horse in the latter'a burn. Tho Judge, while oxtremoly fond of the animal, at times noglected to care for him as well as the horse, perhaps, thought ho should, and "Old Charlie," as tho blaok was affection ately called, was consequently fre quently compelled to hustle for him self, aud he displayed a wonderful ability to get what he wanted on these occasions. In the lot which surrounded tho burn was u pump with 11 long wooden handle, and uudor tho spout was us ually u bucket. Ono evening as tho Judgo's landlord came homo his wlfo asked him to go out into tho lot and he would seo something funny. Ho went. Ho saw tho Judge's horso drinking fram tho bucket at tho well, and then when tho buoket hud been emptied, ho saw the animal grusp tho loug handle in his mouth and pump tho buckot full. Tho horse was not given any more water that night, and when he was turned out tho next morning ho was watohed by tho people of tho house. He trotted out to the pump, aud, rind ing tho buoket empty, proceeded to fill it in the same manner as ho had on tho previous evening. At other times, when tho bucket had beon ro-niovo-1, ho was seen to glvo tho long handle u few vigorous jerks and then quickly put his mouth under tho spout ana drink tho water us it fell. He repeated tho performances until Ills thirst was sutisnea. On other ocoasions ho pumped wu ter lor the cows when tnero whs no one elso to do It. RETAIL. DEPARTMENT lag, Sin k RoitM, (Isaac Lewis'Old Stand.) Cleanfast Hosiery ! ACME OF PERFECTION REACHED I X No More Trouble nor Worry I THE F. P. ROBINSON CO. BLACK STOCKINGS. 4 "CLEANFAST" NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS TRADE MARK ON EACH PAI A We have been Appointed Sole Agents for the Cele brated CLEANFAST BLACK HOSIERY for Ladies, Misses and Children, and take Pleasure in Recommending them to the trade as the That will not Stain the Feet in wearing nor Fade one Particle in Washing. Every Pair Guaran teed as above and Money Refunded in ev ery instance where they fail to WASH WITHUUT STAINING THE FEET OR FADING. A Trial will Convince the Most Sceptical. Lessing, Solomon & Hosentbal? ANntinsr.nnnk nurat. Chicago, 111., Sept. 2 Win. A. Swart, L. H. Johnston and Elijah Reckler, president teller and solicitor of the saving bank at Koseland have disappeared. About $30,000, compris ing the entire funds of the bank, are also missing. Roseland is the southern suburb of Chicago. The village has a pobulation of 2000, nearly a'l Hol landers. Scarcely a family in the place will escape loss. The people were almost frantic to-day when the discovery of the fight was made. Swart left yesterday and Johnston and Beckler followed this morning. Swarc was a "young Napolean oi finance." He had projected streets car lines and similar municipal im provements, much to the astonish ment of his Dutch neighbors, but gathering in ther money by offering a comparatively high rate of interest. The bank had been in operation just seven months. DrowiiM IleraeirKUd Child. New Lisbon, 0 Sept 2. A des perate suicide occurred Thursday. Several days ago Mrs. Thompson gave birth to a child and her nusband was telegraphed for. Wednesday night he returned to town, butinstead of going home stayed at a saloon, where he got drunk. The conduct of the husband preyed upon the mind of the mother so much that she arose from bed Thursday morning went to a small stream near the house, and with her babe in her arms lay down where the water was only two or three feet deep and drowned both her child and herself. Deaperado Killed St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 2. A special from Little Rock, Ark., says: T. C Ya'es a noted desperado, was shot and killed in the Chickasaw nation, Indian territory, yesterday. He fired into a crowd, the fire was returned and Yates dropped from his horse dead. Imported Swiss cheese, Holland Herring and Hussion Sardines, just arrived at O. J. Miller's. l A Horrible Murder. Agend, Kansas, Sept, 2. A horri ble affair is reported from the neigh borhood of Vide Rock, a small town just over the Nebraska line. John Baker, while feeding a thrashing ma chine on the farm of a man named Weeks was accidentall cut on the hand by the band cutter. In his rage he grasped a boy and deliberately fed him into the machine, feet first. The boy's screams attracted other hands but before they reached the scene the boy's body had half disappeared in the machine. Outbreak Auionic tho Indiana. Denver, Col., Sept. 2. Major Charles Whltohoad, spoclal pension examiner, arrived in this city, and re ports Unit when ho departed from Landers, Wy. T,, last Wednesday there was considerable excitement among tho sottlers on account of the expected outbreak among the Shos bono, Sioux and Arapahoe Indians at Washakai, on tho Shoshone reserva tion. Tho hostility of tho Indians is attributed to tholr apprehonslon that the government intends to remove them to tho Indian territory forcibly if they do not consent to the tonus of the present negotiations. Agont Janes has callod for military aid and has ordered tjv garrison at Fort Washakall to Mropfji for an attack. Tho settlers Aire ah making active preparation for docpso. Dourer, fol., Sopf " 2. Hon J. B. Galloway to-night resolved a lettor from tho foreman of l'ls ranch, In Paradox valloy, confirming tbo ru mor of a fight botweon'a band of southern Utes and a band of lllutes and they had broken out, Tho latter number about 200. Tho battle oc curred noar Lusal mountain and vhon tho courier left for Grand Junc tion sovoral Indians had been killed and tho battle was still raging. Itanohora have all gone Into tho set mont. 311 Austin Street fluent cheviot Roodi, Imwkn GHAT THIS WEEK News! News! News! WE HAVE OPENED NliGOiS -IN- EVERY DEPARTMENT. Wo will keep you posted so that you will know where you can buy goods jiml Save - Money. Wo hnvo received BO Dozcmh Boys AVaists, which we will sell nt 20 cents each. AVo hnvo Better Qualities wlilcfa. wo will sell correspond ingly Cheap. You enn huy an Elegant Bojs' or Youths' Fall Hat for 50 cents each. Of course we have linex" ones too. AVo are showing by far the" Handsomest and most Styl ish Hats for Gentlemen. NEW STYLES OF SIMPLY AT CASE PAIGES. OUR NEW STOCK IX Fall Clothing anil Trousers way above tho Standard in. quality, and below usual, prioes. For the Ladies! Wo show tho prettiest lino of Hauderchlefs that has over boon soon. Hem StltchHaud korohlefu 5 cts,, lOcte., loots., 20otB. and 25ots. Thoy aro veritable bargains. Nun Um of Camels For 85cts. In whlto and col ored that cannot" bo duplica ted for 50 cts. rt will pay the ladles to see our largo Corset stock, as wo havo somo vpry llnoonoswo will sell choap. IMMENSE LINE OF UNDERWEAR. For Ladlos, Misses tnid Chil dren Just opened. Those goods have boon plnced so low, that It will not pay you., to make them. Hosiery! Hosiery !c Tho cheapest nud handsomest lino In tho city. Balbrlggans nt "M per pair. Colored finished lioso 15 por pair. Como and soo our Now Goods an'd. you are sure to bo pleased. Lewine Brotiem "Austin & (itli Sts. -' :