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L. 5. NO. 143
WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 5, 1893-
y i " is Per Month.
Waco
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Brothers.
NVENTORY HAS BEEN TAKEN
AND WE ARE READY FOR
BUSINESS FOR
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From Monday Morning until Saturday Night,
'E have lots of ooods to sell under
price for this month a half hour
Lent in our store will prove it, We want
close out all winter goods we can;
ftsiv-Because we do not want to carry
them over.
rCl Because the Carpenters and Paint
ers must soon get to work in our build
ing to repair the damage made by the
fire we had last fall. In order to have
this interfere with business as little as
possible, we want our stocks down low,
so that mechanics can move around
with ease.
me 1Mai.xi5 is Certain,
You never bought Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets,
Etc. as cheap in January as we are selling them.
.'"Look every department over for JBa.JTfi'eiil.'lSS.
20 Pr Ct Off
NEW
YEAF
ANGER
Bros.
' C.Olive, President. A. J. Cauutheks Gen. Manager
jJ. W. Mann, Vice-President. J. K. KOSE, Sec'y and Treas.
X Capital Stock, $100,000.
he i ivm M4 I. n
GLAWSON. ANGELINA CO., TEXAS.
MANUFACTURERS OF
ELL0W PINE LUMBER,
Consisting of FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING and
CLEAR FINISHING LUMBER and all kinds uf TIM
BERS, JOICE and SIZED SCANTLING. This plant is
BRAN NEW, having the Best and Latest Improved Ma
chinery for the manufacture of lumber and located in the
Best Pine Region of Texas. We have the Celebrated
Ketchum Dry Kiln, and can guarantee that our dressed
finishing lumber will give satisfaction.
Daily, Capacity of Saw Mill. i : :
" " Dry Kiin, i i :
" " ' Plaining xvlill, i : :
EADQUARTERS AT WACO WITH THE
100,000 feet.
50,000 "
: 40,000 "
aco Lumber Company,
AND AT
HARK
1S0N I GO.
For Cash.
CLEAfJ
E. EJWP5N
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
WALLpAPER.ir
GLASS, VARNISIIKS, Etc.
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Sole Agent for Harrison' Town uml
Country Paintx.
LATEST HEWS BI WIRE.
amtiii:c ii;mm:k.ti. katti.i:
AT It IKI'.KSVIM.r., x.' v.
Crupllir Aci-mnil l llu-I'lrM ltlond)'
llultli- lirlj a lliiintri'it I'ooiiId
l(illeil--Tli ,'lb (lcrcniuvh lliu
MierlfP I'issc and Driiic ilioVic-
ri-mx Out 10 1 In- Vioi1,Vlioro riior j WO0C9 wur(. reached
Are I. oil HaiiKliiB--Olliur .Hatter.
unharmed, end only a few could eloe
ut) tho window :ind rctutn the lire
befire the mob was ujion them.
Thtro was a hhort struggle, bul a few
revolver shots and a hundred clubbed
1 rifles, and all was over Tim deputies
with their 1 ader, Sheriff Mouiaw,
I morta'ly wounded, were in the
hands of tlw mob and
' 1 very Otic nl them was looking down
the muzzle ot at least three Win
chesters. Without waiting to piuk
up the dead or cure for tho wounded,
1 the mob made a rush at the door of
the iail. and the prisoners were
Woauh-d Half dead with fear, they
I drained out into tho open ait,
I wlu-ro ropes woe placed uround
I tlair nocks ai d with hundreds of men
mad with thirst for gore, at the end of
each tl ey were, dragged over the ice
covered rocks to a piece ot land half a
milo hway. Behind them followed
tho rest of ihe mob, firing at the pros
trale fomis every minute. The victims
were undoubtedly dead hoforothey had
been drugged twenty jards, and it
was tho mere semblaco of human
forms that wire btrunn up when iho
J hen tho uiut
GLAWSON, ANGELINA GOUNTY.TEX A?.
S"WE CAN REACH ANY POINT IN TEXAS.
Correspondence Solicited.
Clawson Lumber 0.
Full Parliciilnrit nl tin-llloml)- llat
tlu. By Associated Pronto Tim Nl-wh:
New York, .tan. 5 A spwrial Irom
Marion, N. C, regarding tho Bakers
ville trouble, say: "The attack was
expected all aay Tuesday. The
mountaineers ot Mitolull, McDowell
and Yatcey counties weie assembling
in the little mountain hamlet umil thn
population ot five hundred were dou
bled. At -J o'olock in tho afternoon
a formal demand was made on IIk
sheriff of tho county for
Snipes and the two Whitsons by a
messenger from the mob, who ap
preached the j-iil under a flag of truce.
To this the brave garrison responded,
"no, we will die first." His little com
pany was split into three parts, one
remain np: in the j-iil, the othor two
occupying the sheriff's houso and
barn adjacent to the main building.
Tho Winchester? were loaded and tho
wait for tho final strugglo
began. They wero not long in
suspense. The night would bo bright
with moonl'ght. and it was useless tor
tho mob to wait for it. About sun
down the attach was mado. At least
500 armed men marched solidly up
the road and then with a bowl broke
on a run for tho jail. The panison
was ready for them. "Halt, or I will
give, order to fire," rang out. Shenfl
Momaw s voice, and no attention was
Paid to it. '"Firo," rang out the
order, and seventy-five rifles belched
their deadly contents into the lynchers.
They wavered a moment as a booro of
them wont down, but with tho steadi
ness of veterans closed up their ranks
and rushed forward again under the
loadership of a gigantic mountaineer,
who urged them forward with an old
rebel yell. Again the rifles of the
besieged rang out avd this timo thoy
wero answered by a concentrated fire
from the mob. The aim was deadly
Evry window exposed on the side of
the building ocoupied by tho defen
ders was hot out, and a dozen men
icli wounded or killed. Their bodies
hampered tbo deputies who were
returned to lock for the dead and
wounded In a little enclosure
and on the hard roadbed in
front of tho jnil twenty-fhe bodies
wero found, and in the three build -iii'S
eight moro were found dead.
About thirty wero injured, some of
them fatally. Sheriff Momaw w&s
shot twice through the chost and three
times through tho abdomen
I'liriii uli! .Mill Kiiuiiliiir.
By AEBoclntcJ 1'rcss to the News
Uomesi'BAD, Jan fi. Carnegie mills
are ug.un darn to woik and aro run
ning lull in every department. The
halls of the niuin oflieo wero crowded
all day yesterday with men in search
of employment, and moit got what
they domred. Superintendent Schwab
received them in his private office
during the whole div While- the
several nulls were closed down for
icpair-i a number of employes left,
thus making room lor the old mm,
many of whom were assigned phceb
by Mr Schwab
Suililt'ii ICixo III I'orll.
Ily ABioilnti-d 1'riPB tu'lliu News.
,Ciiica(!j Jn. 5 Pork jumped
"(J5, ribs leaped up to '11 !:.' Hnd iard
'JO cents today. Considerable excite
ment attended trading. The catii of
tho advance was tbe faot that receipts
of hogs fell seven thousand bhort of
expectations Tho prices foe hogs at
tho yards made a guio of fifteen to
twenty cents.
Ncl' Opal I'lHl.l.
By ABioclutMl I'rttb tol lioNcwn.
Wai-I.awai.IjA, Waehn., Jan. f).-
Rcpoits received hero give promise
that a new opal field has been disoov
cred in this state that will rival in
quality and quantity that of Moscow,
in Idaho The field is in Garfield
county. Specimens brought hero are
full of firo and polish well.
It II In Vlnlulioii of TrcatlcnV
By Asi-oclntecl Ties to the News.
Washington, Jan. 5 Senator
Hill intrcduetd a resolution which
went over until tomorrow, calling on
the secretary of state for an opinion
a9 to whether Chandler's immigration
suspension bill is in violation o
treaties.
.tniillinr llalllit.
Ill Ahfiirliitml Pre"" totlnNi-wx
Mauion, N C . Dec , f A courior
ha just itrnvi'ii ' ere from Barkers
ville, whoBi s tl ,t tho mob, iustcad
of dbpersiiv; as was expected, re
mail en upon tho ground, and a
scattered bund ul ol the sln.nll"s n-e
also remained under fire, and uio
being rapidly reinforced. They con
tinued to receivit accessions to their
ranks throughout the day. Uy noon
their party numbered about three
hundred, which bad now increased
to i-ix hunohed. The feeling ran higb
mid after a lew spceol os the poeso
resolved to av-'iige Shenir jJMoomaw'B
death Another hattlo took plaoe
i-hrrtly after noon, in whioh ut lest
twenty fi vt more were killed and tbo
baMlo Hill going on. What will be
the result no one hero can toll, but
troops are expocled
I ii r I her I'ui-nim iillon I'riilntlilo.
Ily Amocliitml rri-OB t '1 lie Now a.
I3kki.iv, .Ihu 5 St. Petersburg
dispatches eoi linn the rep irt that the
Czar orden d tho ministry of tho
an r to transfer to the Holy Syuotd
the administration ot all church
affairs This oidc. is certain to result
in pu'tiiiL' further vcjiatinus restric
tions on n in Orthcrdox religions, and
will prohibly lead to religious perse
cution. U is feared the chief sulleroro
will be Lutheran, who are mostly
German or ot German descent.
M. Fresum, agout of Baron Siroh,
h.is nrrived at. S mftropol, 77 milos
northeast ot tiebiutopol, where he
w nt to m-ili" hrrangemonts for tho
omig'Htion of six ihousii' d llebrewu
from Crimea in tho spring. The
goen ment will facilitate, the move
ment. D:-.i'!ii) ill a 'I'rllit '.
By ABBOi-lntcil l'rmB to Tliu Nuwn
Nasiivii.m:, Tenn , Jan. f The
ArnoricanV Nashvillo stieei.il hays:
"James IMiruugboy, tho Coal (Jreoker
who took KUih a part ngainst the
troops last summer, escaped Irom tho
Knov county jml Monday night, but
' tliu fiot was kept secie. until tonight.
I De-uraughey behaved so well ho was
made a trusty and his been acting for
some time Monday night he disap
peared ind lus not been seen sinco.
Sherill b'ox ( ir.-rtt a itward of $50 for
his capture Ho is about twenty five
years ol age, with auburn hair and
brown lc , five feet four it-ohes high,
and weighs V.iSi pounds. lie is ol
I'Jnjdish or Prnnob descent.
Want 'iicitilniiN for llrim'urlou.
By A'Fvdututl (tlhb to 'I ho Nuwb,
St Louis, Jan. f. A City of
Mexico speoml says: James Nasor, a
financier of Now York City, is herv
for the purpose o scouring conces
sions from the Mexican govprnmous
for cstahlitbing extensivo broweries n
tho principal cities of tho republic.
Mr. Naser ib viae president and direc
tor ot tho
New York.
Mexiaan Quarry Co., of
An Old 'J'lnifir linno.
By Aeioclntcd PreiH to the News
Boston, Mass , Jan. 5. Gilbert
Pill-ibary, tho last of tho old time
abolitionists and uncle of tho attor
ney genoral of Mussachu-.etts, is doad
aged sevcoty-nino.
For additional tdegrams bbo third
and fifth pages.
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