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Entered at the I'ostoiJtnttrttlVttcn, Term, rcottl fiMj Mattr
L. 5. NO. 149
WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 6, 1893,
5( le its Per Month
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M.-i'rt
P
anger -Brothers.
NVENTORY HAS BEEN TAKEN
AND WE ARE READY FOR
BUSINESS FOR
0 X$03
iflifi"" ; '-r-'' n- ft V ,"'ln H hi iiiuii' " .11 .f :r- in S Rs5t i i? ?
E have lots of goods to sell under
price for this month a half hour
exit in our store will prove it, We want
close out all winter goods we can;
si: --Because we do not want to carry
them over.
cl Because the Carpenters and Paint
ers must soon cfet 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.
trrGi Tlxiaij: is Oeirtain,
You never bought Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets,
Etc. as cheap in January as we are selling them.
kKSsTLook everj' department over for JE5o.rj2;airrsB.
From Monday Morning until Saturday Night,
2Qprct.0ffnHAMRF.R SETS, For Cash-
N?P HARRISON I GO.
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C Olive, President.
I J. W. Mann, Vice-President.
A. J. Carutiieus Gen. Manager
J. K. KOSE, Sec'y and Trcas.
o Capital Stock, $100,000. o
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GLAW80N, ANGELINA CO., TEXAS.
MANUFACTURERS OK
ELL0W PINE LUMBER,
Consisting of FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING and
CLEAR FINISHING LUMBER and all kinds of 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 nave- the Celebrated
Ketchum Dry Kiln, and can guarantee that our dressed
finishing lumber will give satisfaction.
Daily Capacity of Saw Mill, i : :
" " " Dry Kiln, i i :
" " " ' Plaining Alill, i : :
EADQUARTERS AT WACO WITH THE
ioo.ooo feet.
50,000 "
40,000 "
aco Lumber Compaq
AND AT
GLAW30N. ANGELINA GOUNTY.TEX AS.
pWE CAN REACH ANY POINT IN TEXAS.
Correspondence Solicited.
Clawson Ldimber Co
E . ( f y r-f r nt 'r,, ""'' '"' "' N"" Orleiin.
L7 I W I Jill L1 N ' fiy A-soclntod rn-88 tu The News,
CL. I J U S 1 ! Nbw ORi.UAKS.Jan li -Two judges
-- ) 1 of the criminal district court, hi' ting
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
WALLpAPER,
GLASS, VAKNISHES, lite.
Sale Agent for llarrhonh Toxm ami
Country Paints.
LATEST HEWS BI WIRE.
i'iiti:.ni:
mutiiitt r.'jin:it
w.11,1, in i.ivi:icimoi.
I.nrzo Collmi WiirrluiuM
rSclirlisKii Oi'ii.lloclt Itrnli.
(inlet Miiiiuuiitb Tumi
IturiK'il
li-IIclvl '
liildron
Humeri in III utli Tt ili us rover in
.! Vorlt 1'nlitiuul 4iusii Otlior
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i:.tnn.lvr :ont lii'nuion.
By AfbOii 1 ted I'icbf to Die Niwa.
liWKUi'ooii, Jan. ). An immense
cotton warehouse, ix stories in height,
on Juniper street, in this city, caught
fire at midnight last night, and de
spite the cllorts of the fin bnpado tho
iktnes spread to two adjact nt ware-hou-es
in which cotion wus stored
While tho firo wbh ragiim
in tho building in which it originated
a number of firemon wpro buried
under n falling w.til. They wero
woiking cl. se under one of the walls,
when suddenly and without warning,
tho wall hulked outward and before
the mon could escape, fell upon them
Othor members oi the brigade,
assisted by a large number of
volunteers, at onco began the
woik of resouorin too buritd firemen
In a abort time all were taken out of
the ruina, bui thrro were dead and a
number serionnly inj ired The lire,
like all cotton (ires, was an extremely
ttubborn Jone, and destroyed eleven
thousand hales, valuod at Boveo hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars.
llnrrlhlo Unolllt ui an lixploilon .
Iiy Asiociated I'reen tolUo New.
Provioesce, K.I, Jan. 0. Anton
and Henry Stone, aged thrco yearn
and eighteen months, rcspcctivelj,
while playing yesterday in tho attiu
of their parents rosidenoe accidentally
dropped a lighted match in a fittoen
pound can of gun powder that was in
the corner of the room. A turnllc
oxplosion ensued, blowing out tho
windows of tho house and wreokin'
the oeilins, walls and doors of the
room. Both children are burnod bc
jond recognition, and nro fatally
injured Mrs. Stone and her six
year- old son were severely burned
while rescuing the littlo sufferors from
the wrecked room.
C'niiilitlnii Improved.
Hy Asiociated I're8f to Tim New.
WAfeiiiNGTON, Jan. 0 Senator
Kenna pated a good night, and he
was bright and cheerful in spirits and
his condition was improved this morn-
IDE;.
on the bench, overruled this morning
the motion i f tho City Attorney
O'Sullivaa o ((impli tho information
filed about ton days aio by Dis'rict
Attorney Adams acainst (Jhief of
Police Gastor, charging him with
violating the statu act creating a
police Loaid and police force by
failure to attest violalon of the Sun
day law. The workoi e-cciirin'i n jury
to try tho case is now ptooecding.
lirnlwr Sii"i"" Sliiriilil".
By Asioc'alol l'lenhto Die Newt.
Nkw Vor.K, Jan. (!. Richard U.
(Jrokor, the Tammany lender, in a
published interview, siid if I'Jriwar)
Mutphy was elected eenator he would
do all in his power to ass-iat Mr.
Cleveland. Almphy's oindioaoy was
not in opposition to Cleveland; that
if tho President-elect k:.ew Murphy
as vo'l as he OiJ he would
Vnow that ho wou d make an ablu
senator, :nd would heoc mo a great
supporter and as-sistam ol the execu
1 five. In conclusion, Crocker said he
didn't tbink there was a question of
Murphy's election, or that there would
l.c a deujocritiu vote ag.iinst him.
I mi ii K uru I I'urailu
By At-i-oclfitert Vn.R'- to tlie.NcwB.
Washington, Jun. G. Tho chair
man of tho committeo on ohic organi
zations of tho inaugural executive
committee has announced in a lotter
to James Martin of Tammany, that
the orginizition will be accorded tho
right of line m the eivio portion of the
imuural parnie. It is expected that
at least n thousand Trtuimanyues will
inarch in the procession.
lor Sli i pilirnc .
Anf-oclatol l'rus" to tho .Nciuh.
Ni:w Vouic, Jan. (!. Mcpsrs. ITei-
liiiiiirlaiil 'iiifHHlnik.
lly Ae"' ell till runs to I lie News
Pahis, Jan t M. Clns Polesseps
acd M Koiit.uni', e ncral secretary of
tho Paiiiima I'i.ii company, havo.
under ecrtuin s oiet inlladue exei
cisrd in pron niido oitif'ssio ib.
'' he fust re-nlt i ( the oonf'-Hiom- w .s
the uru-sl of M Hlontaiu, iiiid oihur
arrests ate probable. The Figaro
says AI. Delcssops' statement is
oi a very Htartling cbaraoter
and will orea'o n tens ition in both
America and Prance. DeLossopH'
motives ato sud to be not Only to
secino imnuimty from the penally of
thf law but also to show tho public
that tho company v?s forced bv irro
sistible pressunt from i;ffichls
aud pipers to cIkhho between cor
ruption or threatened ruin of tho en
t"rpris .
llt'liV ItiiiilHU.' lit P'iru.
lly Arsoil.iteil l'rci-a to Til" Ntn
Nkw Ohlcans. J m. 0 Tho
IjOuisvillo" and Nnshvillo car shedj
with a t um'iir rf cars and stnekpons,
were ili'Btrojid by firo early this
morn n, tom-thcr with the shed used
lui .--.i nog feed. 'J'he loss is about
srveiny five thousand dollars. There
will bo no interference with traffic.
Tho stock in tho pens wero turned
Iooho, otid are uow wandering about
the oity. Two smill cotton fires were
caused hy flying spurk-i, with a dam
age of i.bjiit fjur thoiisind dolUri.
Urn vy Nikiu'.
1!. .6ioclntid I'ro-H In tho Nes
Ni.w Vouk, Jan (i. Not since the
trriMc soow of five years ago hao
New York exprrienoid a storm that so
nearly ii'setnblrd a regu'ar Dikota
bli'zatd, as tliat whioh ha born blow
ing here sit ce labt. night. 'I'rallio on
Broadway hat) bten almost suspouded,
while on some les- prominent thor
oiiirhfires the blockade is complete.
the snow has drifted
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UIUU.I A, immuiu ,i v...,..V.j . - - , ,
lur, of gold from uul" ,w ,a '""' ,u ",v- '" """l"
ordirod a nnllion uollarj ol go
tho sub'roasury for shipment to
Haropo tomorrow Laztrd Prceres
will nl-0 sdiip a like amount. In ad
dition to this various shippers havo
signified their intention of sondtn
silver to the aggreg ito of a million
out cos. ,
tlillk "I illllil-lllll'lll.
Jly Abo;liitod I're-B tu thu Nuwh
UnooivLix, N. Y , Jan. (i. Tho
gratd jury thu morning brought in
pre-entmonti and indictments against
twenty members of tho board of alder
men and supervisors for extravagant
expenditures in tho rooent Columbian
celebration. Tho names of tho in
dicted have rot yet been made public
IllClllllS 111 IllTI-iVK II .IIVL-llkl.
lly A-"ocluted Pren t j 'I he News.
ltuMK, Jan. (i Tho Pope has de
clined to receive Senor V'aloriu, tho
Spanish envoy recently apppointed, on
'ho ground that ho has written im
moral novels
Cmil mill r'ailill(r.
lly AFBoclntcl l'rcss to tho News.
New Vohk, Jan. 0 Two now
typhus fever cases wero aeported to
tho board of healih oarly this morning.
There havo been fourteen deaths from
the disease so fir.
DcMrnV'it l Ktro.
Hy Aeiodr.tcd I'rtEB to'lho News.
Lonuon, Jan. (! SunlifPs cotton
mill at Ailington, Jit.cashire, was de
stroyed by tiro today.
tilfitt'l ISiirnml.
Jly AesociHteil l'res to Tim Nuur.
Hot Si'Hi.vtJS, Ark., Jan. (i. 'i'hu
Kentucky Hotel was totally do
strojed by firo rally this morning.
The fire spr ad very rap'dly and tho
guet-ts barclv hid tini-i to tseipe with
their lives, clad only in
their night garments. Neirly
all of tho guests lost all their personal
ellects, except what they carried in
their hands, as they were driven out
by the flames.
Clcini V Ac ()u (lirrillar.
lly Aeswi.ittd I'rtes , to The Nuwh.
Ni'.W Oki.KaNs, Jan (!. Ulenny &
Co ,s'v: Liverpool spots 1-lt! higher.
New Orleans futures advanced '1 to 8
points during the day. New York
futiues advanced 7 points Nnw Or
leans opened (5 points higher and re
mained steidy with li'tle chaugo.
Liverpool advices favorable. It
is reported the Lancashire strike
is irtu&lly ended, and spinners aro
Dining f-edy Intimated receipts
here to tomorrow 7,000 to 8,000 bales.
1 p in Spots firm. Good middling
10 J; middling Ojjj low midJlinr !).
Sales 5.C00 bales lt-ccipts 5,400.
Puturoh r,uict January UG!(jflOU;
F.bruary !)71!l?:J; March il.77("
9. 78; April !) 8400.85. Sales o.IlOO.
For addiiiotal tolegrams sjo third
! and fifth pages.
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