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EVENING NEWS SBexak-. VOL.1 WACO. TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1888. NO. 4& M fc .- ! SANGER BROS. On or About tlio 16th of this Month, nil 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 Oxxr Jall Stools:, Whloh 16 Rapidly Filling Shelves, will be Open for Inspection. Prom Now Until Then. THE IIT FJRTEEN DAYS, WE "WILL H-A.TTE iUUiliii InHoqop aMhiEnlipgimint ol oun EstHbllifirqinl AND'AS fl COMPLIMENT TO OUR MANY PATRONS Our Entire Stock 11 lie Reduced! Summer Goods as well as the Early Fall Arrivals will be sold at Complimentary Prices. Our time as well as space v is limited and will not admit of detail, but a visit DURING THE NEXT FOURTEEN DAYS WILL VINDICATE THE FACTS, AND WILL BE FOUND INTERESTING, PLEAS ANT AND PROFITABLE. 3STOTIOE. df On Wednesday Evening at 6 o'olook our store will be olosed'o'n ao oount of Holiday and will be re-opened Friday Morning Sej?t. 7th. A HI Bewnril. Longview Sept. 3. The governor has offered a reward of $200 each for the capture of the Harrison Spencer murderers. It will be remembered that Spencer was the negro man who was hung, it is supposed by thrree ma.n, the nicjht of Aug. 25, but whose body was not found until Aug. 23. The governor's reward coupled with the county and citizens' reward, will reach, it is thouht, $2000. Wholesale Killing. Kansas City, Mo., September 3. A special from Paladura, In the public laud strip, says thut the farm ers and herdsmen of that section who had lost many horseB and cattle re cently, suspected n band ot campers who claimed to be catching wild horses, and finding evidence of guilt, , forty well-armed vigilantes sur rounded tho camp and sent a commit tee of six men to demand the surren der of the horses. Tho reply of the desperados was a volley which wounded ono man and three horses. This angered the vigilantes, aud fir ing was at onre begun. The outlaws were shot down without mercy. They fought desperately. No quarter was asked or given. In twelve minutes the firing .ceased and fourteen outlaws wero found to have boon killed. The vigilantes had throe men killed aud nine wounded. Two horses wore also killed and seven wounded. Sixteen stolen horses wero recovered. Not one outlaw oscapod alive. r Tipped Into the River. Bonham, September 3. News has just reached town from Hall's ferry. on Red river, north of this city, to he efTeot that throe men, a woman and a boy had narrowly escaped death from drowning in the turbulent, muddy waters of the extremely dangerous river. Tho "party was crossing the river on a ferry boat, which capsized. throwing the wagon and contents, to gether with three mules into tho riv er. Tho men aud boy finally strug fled to shoro and the lady after cling ng to the boat for two miles was res cued in an almost drowning condition. Ballrond Wreck. St. Louis, September 3. Tho fatal accident on the MissourL Pacific rail way, near Boonovillo, Missloun, Sat tusday, proves to have beeif not so bad as at first reported, three, instead of six lives having boon lost. Tho list of killed and woundod is as fol lows: Killed Chas. Hull, Frank MoKlnney and Frank McGaudgle; injured : John Bwadley, arm, should er and collar bone broken ; Sam White, badly bruised about the head and shoulders. It was a mixed train, composed of seven freight cars and two passenger coaches ; tho latter fill ed with passengers returning from the Tipton fair. The train was run ning at the rato of fifty miles an hour, a rail slipped and an awful wrook followed. Bloody Krarai. St. Louis, Mo., Sept., 3. Advices from Kansas say the Monroe icounty campaign culminated in a bloody tragedy at Clarendon Saturday after noon. Tho fair divide and people's candidates wero to speak and a great orowd had gathered. Wm. Watts, white, of Holloy Grove, attempted to strlko ono Dillard, whon tho latter pulled his gun and shot Watts, who, as ho fell to his knoos, pulled his re volver and shot Dillard twice, after which ho fell dead. A mob rushed In on Dillard, but his lriouds sur rounded him and with pistols and knives deolared tholr Intention to de fend hlin. Sheriff Robinson attempted to arrest Dillard and waB shot by tho latter in the thigh. The mob then closed on Dillard and beat him tor rlbly, but failed to kill him. A stray bullet killed a negro spectator. Dll lard was finally spirited away and tho mob is at tor mm. Five Men Killed. Chatanooga, Sept. 3. By the ex plosion of a boi'er in the Ferry stove Work at South Pittsburg. Tennessee, this morning, five men were killed and much damage was done. 1 at main part of the works were burned down two months since, and re-building had just begun. RETAIL . DEPARTMENT iai, Solon k (Isaac Lewis' Cleanfast Hosiery ! ACME ,0F PERFECTION REACHED I X No More Trouble nor Worry ! X THEF.P.tfOBINSONCa BLACK STOCKINGS. 4 "CLEANFAST" NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS TRADE MARK ON EACH PAHt We have Ibeen 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 Retunded in ev ery instance where they fail to WASH WITHUlif STAINING THE FEET OR FADING. A Trial will Convince the Most Sceptical. Lessiii, Solomon & Rosenthal, Corner Stla cutid Vustin JSts. An Uanal Bosolt. Farlo September 3. A duel between two French women wns fought recently "near Canifes. The cause was a dispute over a young man who had been paying attention to both of them. These fair Amazous determined to settle the matter on the field of honor. Challenges wero sent and accepted. Tho fight took place just at daybreak, tho weapons were pistols and the distance thirty paces. At the first fire one of the combat ants was severely woundod in the chest, whele the other received a bul let in tho arm. A JSlttOdy Frontier Battle; Denison, Tex. Sept. 3. A great deal of stock has been missed lately in the territory bordering on the neu tral slip and the vigilantes determined to stop it. A gang of men camping on the Faladora were known to be the thieves. This is the same'' gang that has given the territory railroad . so much trouble in attempting to rob trains. The outlaws were surrounded, an unconditional surrender demanded by a committee of three men and re fused. The party demanding the surrender was fired upon and one man killed. Firing then became gen eral and continued for some time with great rapidity. When the smoke had cleat ed away it was found that of the seventeen outlaws sixteen were dead and one escaped. Three of the vigilantes were killed and six or seven wounded, some 'seriously. The com mander of the desperadoes is not known. The vigilantes were com manded bj an old Texas ranger. Of the robbers all had revolvers except one man, who carried a Winchester. He was killed at the first discharge. The attacking party was well armed wtth Winchesters. Several horses were killed. The people of that sec tion are determined to rid themselves of the dangerous characters who in fest the country, and the vigilantes will continue their work until every one of them is removed. Roam Old Stand.) t Carving a Stockman. Omaha, Tex., Sept. 3- Late yestor- day OVOllIner a stookmnn irnm fVinnnr Delta county, by tho" name of J. F. binolair, camo in from Mount Pleasant. On arriving he wanted to go out to Gordon Whitehead's, four oriivo miles in tho country. Tho stablo had let their rigs out for tho day, and ho hired a privato citizen to takohimout In a buggy. Ho says two men, whose names he failed to learn, went with him. und whon thov wore about a mile from his destina tion, they, or one of them, commenc ed to carve him with a knife, cuttinc him on the nook, in tho chin, and sev oral smaller wounds on his body, near tho breast. Mr. Siuoiair is do ing well, seemingly. Whether or not robbery was intended it is not known, but ho had turned his money over to a citizen in town. More of the Bagging Trnit. Galvoston, Tox.. Sent. 3. Under call of Col. W. L.Moodv. nresldent of the cotton oxohange, there was an ln- lormai mooting Hold at the exchange to-day, at which something over half of tho Galveston factors wero presont Tho meeting was for the purpose of disscussing the bagging trust and providing, if posslblo; eomo relief to to tho Texas farmers in escaping its extortion. It was dealded to relegate tho matter to the direotorv of tlm ov chango, who, will meet to-morrow to further consider the mattor . It is un derstood that tho Galveston move ment will iosulk In un cflbrt to Import bagging from India and fur nish It to the Texas trado at cheaper prices than under tho present combination, provid ed assurances can bo had that tho far mers will properly proteot tho move ment by guaranteeing a purchase of tho stock thus provided. There was a time when American cotton-growers used tho India bagging exclusive ly, aud whllo not as good as that now manufactured in Amorica, Its cheap ness renders it an availablo lever for breaking up tho present bagging combination. LgfiBftl CHAT THIS WEEK!! News! News! News! WE HAVE OPENED- Newgood; -IN- EVERY DEPARTMENT. Wo will keep you posted so Wumc you will know where yoii: enn liny roods and Save - Money. Wo hnvo recehed 50 Dor.nr Boys' Waists, which wo wilt sell at 20 cents each. Wo have Better Qualities whfpJGu. wo will sell correspond ingly Cheap. You can buy an Elegant Boys' or Youths' Fall Hat j for 00 cents each. Of course- wo have finer ones too. Wo are showing byfar tire Handsomest and most Stjl ish Hats for Gentlemen- NEW STYLES OF Stiff and Soil M SIMPLY AT CASE PRICES. 4 OUR NEW STOCK & OF Fall Clothing aud Trousers way above tho Standard, 1 10 quality, and below usnaL prloes. For the Ladles I We show the prettiest Hue of Handerchlefs that has over beeu seeu. Hem Stitch Han'd korehiofs 5 cts,, lOots., 15018... 20cts. and 25cts. They aro verltablo bargains. Miw Um of Caputs For 36cts. in whlto and col ored that cannot bo duplica ted for 50 cts. It will pay the ladles to soo our largo Cortet. stock, as wo havo somo very flne ones wo will sell cheap. IMMENSE LINE OF UNDERWEAR For Ladles, Misses vnd Chil dren Just opened, These goodH havo been placed u low, that It will not pay yotn ' to mako thorn. KHo8iery! Hosiery, ly Tho cheapest and handsomest line in the city. Balbriggans at 12)4 per pair Colored finished hose 15 per pais. Come aud see our New Goodr ir!. you aro sure to bo pleased. Lewine Brother. Austin &CthSts.