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WACO EVENING NEWS.
VOL.1 Hi! WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1888. NO. 59. RETAIL DEPARTMENT tan, mm k GHAT THIS WEEK Lnroto Rni Sanger Broilers, 1888 FALL SEASOM. 1888 Wo aro now fully oatabllshod In our Now OlyO THING AND Gents' Famishing Department, Which ocouplos tho ontiro ground Uoor of tho building adjoining tho aVJcilxx Store. Large Archways have been out through the walls, thus throwing tho two Large Buildings into one, and ma king together the Ivtixe:est JOry Goods House IN THE SOUTHWEST. Wo lay Particular Stross on the ELEGANCE AND BEAUTY or oun Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Boom, it being the Best Equipped. Best Ven tilated and BEST LIGHTEE IN THE CITY. And not only this, but it con tains tho LARGEST and CHOICEST STOCK of NOBBY OLOTHINO and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that can be found. All the Latest Styles in Men's Cus- toin-mado suits, and tho Nobbiest Styles of JE&ll - HLtS. We have just Received onr New Soft enixcl Stiff Hats, And tho Latest Styles of tho Celebrated "KNOX lEI-A-T S.' POPULAR PRICES RULE. Sanger Bros. TKRIUIII.F. STOUJI. Loss or Life ninl Property In Cubn. New York, September 18. The latest advices from Cuba say Havana presents a novel sight. Its streets and public squares are piled high with the ruins ot demolished buildings and de bris of every description, which gives it the appearance of a bombarded city. The waters of the Havana bay being closely pent up within a small harbor, acquired a tremendous force and des troyed everything within their reach. The northern part of Havana was con verted into a Venice, and many streets suDmerged for some time. People made use of boats in their attempts to reach houses, but they were Boon for ced to desist, the violence of the storm rendering it utterly impossible to keep up traffic of any kind. Many barges containing valuable cargoes, and a great number of sailing vessels of every description lying in the harbor were capsized. The wind played sad havoc. Throughout the city many lives have been lost. Women and children have suffered most. Poor people who for the greater part live in the low lands near the bay have lost everything. Reports of similar damage come from all parts of the island. The loss at Cardenas is placed at $1,000,000. Not a single house is left standing at Guana Jayo. Going out to sea the storm imparted its fury to the ocean, which rose to a great height and inundated the water fronts, break ing down wharves and occasioning great losses to shipping and commerce The water overcame all obstacles and made its way into storage and manufacturing houses near the coast. Some buildings gave tfay under the great pressue, and in all cases their contents were seriously damaged. Gigantic waves swept the docks of vessels in the harbors and the crews were washed overboard and drowned. Nnrltrliinmi in Council. St. Louis, Sept 18. The Switch man's association met in secret ses sion this mornining at 10 o'clock. The entire morning session was devo ted to the examination of credentials. At the afternoon session committees SANGER BROS. S Fall Season 8 Wo arc Now FULLY ESTABLISHED In Our ::0-L-0-T-I3:-I:3Sr-C3-:; Gents Furnishing Room, And sond out tho lvltatlon for Everybody to come and soo what an Elegant Department it is, and nioro espoclaly to INSPECT tho LARGE and Magnificent Stock. Answering Ono of tho NE CESSITIES of tho CITY wo have SET APART a portion of tho NEW BUILDING for a BOYS CLOTHING DEPT Which will enable the Ladies to Purchaso theso Goods with out coming in contact with the Gent's Iei't We Call particular at tention of the To a LARGE assortment of CLOTHING, Whloh Wo havo Brought On Especially for Their Use. "Solid Comfort" "Will Not Rip" AND. WILL "NOT TEAR," Are the Recommendations. Fall Styles of Jno, s were appointed with instructions to report to-morrow, and the remainder of the secret session was devoted to discussion of the welfare of the order, principally the question of federation with locomotive engineers and fire men and brakemen. It was a view of a majority that it would be a test for the youngest order to propose th? plan of federation, and it is understood the resolution will be adopted favor ing such a federation scheme, and a committee will be appointed with power to enter into such an arrange ment. Birmingham ttln Works. Birmingham. Ala., September 18. The beginning of successful opera tions of the Pioneer glass works was celebrated yesterday at the Gate City Manufacturing company, in the sub urbs of Birmingham, The company is working on a great sand ridge, nearly 100 per cent silica. The sand costs 35 1-2 cents per ton at the fur nace. In Pittsburg and Wheeling the cost is $4.10. The first product are flasks and fruit jars. The skilled blowers say the raw material works better than any they have ever tried. The plant will be increased to the em ployment of$ 1 ,000,000 of capital. Ferrottlnc out tho .Snell Jlurilcr. Chicago, 111., Sept 18. A. J. Stone speaking of the $20,000 reward of fered by Mrs. Henrietta Snell for the arrest and detention of William B.Tas cott, for the supposed murder of her husband, Amos J. Snell, said the only object was to clear up, if possible, the mystery with which the great trag edy was' involved. No specially new clews have been discovered. The $10,000 reward which was formerly offered failed to bear fruit, and having been withdrawn by limitaton, it was at that time decided to let the search for the fugitive remain passive for a while in hope thaljthe startling developments promised by W. B. Tascott, father of the young man, would be forthcoming. Nothing to shed any new light upon the mystery was brought forward. We now propose, continued Mr. Stone, 'to keep the subject before the the public for ten years to come, if nec essary, to clear up the mystery." Cor. Stlx olid An Event in Waco will be our Display this week of Advence and Exclusive styles of TRIMMINGSO F OK. The like of which has never before been seen in this "city. Our buyers have ransacked the markets and have culled the djoiisiest -:- and -:- Nobbiest xi i& Just come in and look at them, it will do your heart good, even if you don't care to buy just now. You'll receive polite atten tion just the same. ' Lessing, Mills nnd Miller. New York, Sept 18. The Demo crats of Brooklyn listened to Roger Q Mills at a big meeting to night, and this side of the river the Republicans filled Cooper Union and listened to Hon. Warner Miller. Lnyliir tho Corner Stone. Fort Worth, September 18. To- day at 4:30 p. m. the corner stone of the new Cumberland Presbyterian church was laid by the Masonic fra ternity according to the elaborate ri tual of that order. The church will be very handsome, built of stone and costing $35,000. Nnn Angelo Celebration. San Angelo, Sept 18 The 'celebra tion closed to-day with the races and target shooting. None of the horses entered had any great record and no great interest was taken. The Corst cana Electric Band gave a concert at the Pickwick hall this evening to a good house. A ball is going on at the courthouse. The entire occasion has been a grand success with the best of order and good behavior. Few in corporated cities ever could hrve entertained such a gatheilng with such credit and able results. San Angelo, too, has shown a hospitality to her guests that is wor thy of the highest prise. Escnpe oTTIirco Murderers. San Marcial, N. M., Sept. 18. Last night Patrick Carmody, Desideria Jagola and Remaldo Gonzales, three prisoners under sentence of death for murder, escaped from the Socorro county jail. The three men were con fined in the same cell. The escape was effected by means of filing the bars and then digging through the wall. This escape reawakens interest in the most eclebated murder case in in the criminal annals of the territory and likewise recalls to mind one of the most atrocious crimes in the criminal history of New Mexico. The murder of which the three men were equally guilty was committed in the ;arly part of the fall of 1882, the victim being an old gray-haired man named William Wiggins. iistixi. Sts. .- 1, ExcitliiK Time. Longview, Texas, Sept. 18. The engine which was pulling No. 1 on the Texas and Pacific to-day, due here at 1 2:40 blew out both of its cylinder heads while running into the engine house at the junction. The crash was heard all over town and es caping steam caused a great stampede of shopmen pnd passengers, who sup posed the engine had exploded or was about to. The steam enveloped the whole yard so densely that nothing was discernible for a considerable time, during which the wildest excitement prevailed. Fortunately, no one was struck by the flying cylinder-heads or scalding steam. Moore's Hargliuis In Rent Estate. Ono lot with four-room house, on tho cornor of Sixteenth and Webster street. Price $650. Monthly install rusnt, $10.50. Ono lot with throe-room house, In East Waco, noar Paul Quinn college. Prico $100. Monthly installment, 12. One lot with throe-room house, on North Sixth street, in roar of J. T. Wilson's placo. Prlco$300. Monthly installment; $0 Ono lot with three-room house, on Rivor street, East Waco. Prlco $250. Monthly installment, $7.50. Ono lot with five-room house, on North Tenth stroet. near West Ave. Price SI ,000. Monthly installment, $30. Ono lot with four-room house, on South Ninth stroot, near Cleveland. Price $900. Monthly Installment, $27. Ono lot with three-room uouso, on South Sixth stroot in rear of tho old university. Prico $750. Monthly In stallment, $22.50. Vacant lots on Webster and Clay streets, on Boll Hill. Prico from $150 to $300 each, on monthly installment plan If desired. 25 CTS. FOH CLAKET. Twonty-flvo cents will buy a bottle of nice Claret at tho Palace. Flour Honey Charles Hast, corner Austin anil Sixth street lias a large lot of line flour on hand bought before the rlso and ho jdves cus tomers tho benefit In prices. .AIbo a ul lot of honey cheap. Look out; for specialties at I Host's there's money In It. Ms! News! News! WE HAVE OPENED -IN-- EVERY DEPARTMENT. We will keep you posted so tlmt you will know where you can buy (roods and Save - Money. We have received 50 Dozen Hoys' Waists, which wo will sell at 120 cents cnoli. Wo have Better Qualities which Ave will sell correspond ingly Cheap. You can buy an Elegant Boys' or Youths' Fall Hat for 50 cents each. Of course wo linve liner ones too. Wo aro showing by far the Handsomest and most Styl ish Hats for Gentlemen. NEW STYLES OF SIMPLY IT USE PfllCES. x OUR NEW STOCK I OF Fall Clothing antl Trousers way above the Standard in quality, antl below usual prices. For the Ladies! Wo show tho prettiest lino of Handorchlofs that has over boon seen. Hem Stitch Hand kerchiefs 5 cts., lOcts., 15cts., 20cts. and 25cts. They aro veritable bargains. New Line ol Conseli For 35ots. In white and col ored that cannot bo duplica ted for 50 cts. It will pay tho hull oh to soo our largo Corset stock, as wo havo somo vory line ones wo will sell cheap. IMMENSE LINE OF UNDERWEAR, For Ladles, Misses tiud.Chll drou just openod. Theso goods havo beon placed so low, that It wjll not pay you to mako them. KHosiery! Hosiery !o Tho cheapest and handsomest lino In tho city. Balbriggans at 12j por pair. Colorod finished lioso 15 por pair. Como and seo our Now Goods and you aro sure to be pleased. Lewiue Brothers. Austin & Oth Sts-! NEWJODg