Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 18, Ed. 1, Friday, August 3, 1888 Page: 1 of 4
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WACO EVENING NEWS
WILL ALWAYS TELL !
OUR GREAT MARKING DOWN-
FANCY CHINA MATTINGS !
Has given us during the last few weeks an increased sale in
this line winch we never expected but as we are still
overstocked we will have
ANOTHER GREAT SACRIFICE SALE
MARK OUR PRICES!!
Our 17 ct. and 20 ct. quality will be sold for 121-2 cts.
Our 30 ct. quality will be sold for 20 cts.
Our 35 ct. quality will be sold for 25 cts.
Our Damask Matting will be sold for 35 cts.
LACE CURTAINS CUT
Our 51.50 Lace Curtains will be sold at
Our $3.00 " " " " "
Our $4.00 " " " "
Our $5.00 " " " "
Madras Curtains. Tamborn Lace Curtains
Antique Lace Curtains Irish Point Cur-
tains Nottingham Lace Curtains.
AT SUCH PRICES AS
BEEN HEARD OF BEFORE.
MOSQUITO - BRS!
Iu the piece and ready made will be sold
prices mat it would be folly to allow these little
Humming Birds to trouble us.
A Large Assortment of Dado Similes on Hartshorn
Rollers at u cts. ana Upwards.
The Cut Prices In our Carpet Department are Still Going: on.
J. B. Gilmer Co'h IlnrKnlns.
No. 1. A new 6 room two-story
brick house in St. Louis Mo. Corner
of Utah and Iowa streets No. 2727.
This is in every way a nice place and
only 3 blocks from Benton Park.
Place worth $3800 with an incum-
brance of $2000 which has two years
to run at G per cent interest. Will ex-
change equity in place for a house and
lot in Waco. The object of exchang-
ing is to locate in some good sized city
in Texas and go into the manufactur-
No. 2.-10000 acres in Bandera
county all under fencoin aboutS pas-
tures about 600 acres in cultivation
58 miles from San Antonio. Ranohe
well stocked. Will oxchauge for Waco
No. 3 10 acres near Daugherty's to
exchange for property in the city
f trice 52.000. Also 0 acres near Drlv-
ng Park to exchauge; price Si .GOO.
No. 4700 aoros of land in Lime-
stone county l)ruiles north of Frosa
one third down balauco on as long
time as desired stock utensils and
all go with the place 100 acres in
cultivation 50 acres pasture 400 acres
prairie 300 in timber threo sots of
cabins. Will sell at a bargain.
No. 5520 aoro farm consists of
lots Is. 0 ana 0 ot tlio Antonio JHnn-
chaca survey is all under good five
wlro fonee about 75 acres in cultiva-
tion balance in pasturo a good framo
house of Grooms on tho placo barn
and othor improvements. Tho land
is about 0 miles south of Bolton and
one uillo from Salado ltlvor on which
Is located a steam (louring mill. Val-
ue $20 per aero. Will exchange for
lumber or Waco proporty.
No. G 125 acres 1 miles northwest
of Walnut Springs all under fenco
nearly all tillable 70 or 80 acros In
cultivation plenty of water. Price
$l800ono third cash balauco to suit
No. 7 Lots 1 and 2 block 17 Chnm-
borlln addition. North 5th and Ky.
No. 84 lots block 13. Bell's addi
tion on 23d and Cleveland Sts. also
lots on 22d and Flint Sts. South
west corner blook 6 Bell's uddltlon
Will tako $1000 forall.
J. B. Gilmer & Co.
Franklin street is knowing com-
mendable signs of progress and the
Brunswick Hotel is leading the pros-
sion and will soon be one of the lead-
ing hotels of the city as Mrs. Ed
White has taken charge she being a
lady of vast experience in the hotel
WACO TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 3 1888.
RIGHT IN TWO ! !
THEY HAVE NEVER
for the balance of the season at such
El Paso Tex. The propriety of
a bill introduced a day or two ago by
Chairman Holman of the committee
on Public Lands into the United
States House of Representatives to set
apart a large tract of land near Cochite
on the Rio Grande in New Mexico as
a national reservation on account of
its many archaeological remains was
illustrated and confirmed by Hon.
Amada Chavez one of the leading
citizens of the Territory who lives not
far from that section of country and
who comes occasionally to El Paso
on business. He discovered a short
time ago one mile north of the little
town of San Maeto the ruins of an
extensive city the existence of which
had never been suspected before.
The action of the windshade covered
the larger portion of the ruins with
sand and other detritus and converted
the whole into an extensive mound
and it was only a severe rain storm
and cloud burst sweeping away one
of this mound and disclosing some
heavy stone walls that made the dis-
covery possible. Mr. Chavez has
since uncovered one or two of the
ruins and obtained a number of inter-
esting relics. A skeleton was found
having three strands of beads around
its neck one of turquoise one of jet
and the other of bone. There were
also large ear-rings of. jet and turquoise
with the skeleton and remains of the
hair which was not black but brown
besides ornamantel pottery and arrow-heads
with a quantity' of maize
This skeleton with the articles
enumerated was found in a small
chamber of masonary built up with a
very adhesive cement. Ths excava-
tions thus far made have discovered a
large building with massive stone
walls and a tower at each corner. It
logics more like the remains of a
citadel than an ordinary dwelling.
The masonry is of the best kind and
the interior chambers are plastered
and painted white. In the center of
this structure was lound a water res
voir from which stone aqueducts led in
many .directions. A dim tradition
among the native Pueblo Indians 10
cated here a prehistoric city named
1 Solon k
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THE BUSINESS LATELY OWNED BY
JEL. B. OIAJEIvIJV & Co.
CORNER AUSTIN AND FIFTH STREETS
We would Respectfully Invite Attention to
our unusually well assorted stock of
Denis' - Furnislpg - Goods
Carpets .'. and .'. Mattings.
PRICES GUARANTEED AGAINST
THE WORlvD .
' Lessiiig Solomon & Rosentbal
Corner Stla axicl Austin Sts.
Guato; which was still in existence at
the time of Cortez's coming to Amer-
ica. He Got the Drop.
Memphis. Aug. 2. Wm. Mitchell
of Elmont Ark. a town on tho river
above Memphis met his brothor-in-
law Joe Violet In the road near El-
mont to-day and told him ho had
made up his mind to "Bottle" with
him. They had nevor got along amic
ably together. Mitchell put his hand
behind him as ho spoke but Violet
was too quick for him firing three
times in rapid succession each shot
taking effect. Mitchell will die.
It ! a Woman Thl Time.
Pittsburg Aug. 2. May Pat ton
aged 20 daughter ot tho Johnstown
rennsylvaniafurnaco dealer shot and
killed Charlie DoKnight.ofLawrence-
vllle in the Metropolitan Jiotol this
morning and sent a ball through her
own brain. They were registered at
the hotel as man and wife.
niirncil to Ocutli.
Hlllsboro Aug. 2. A distressing
accident occurred four miles west of
hero on the farm of C N. Brooks yes-
terday evening. "Whllo Mrs. Daulol
Jonkins was engaged kindling a 11 ro
near the house preparatory to gottlng
supper for somo hands employed
threshing about 200 yards off a kero-
sene oil can sotting noar exploded.
Tho flamos Ignited her clothing and
sho was horribly burned death re-
lieving her of her sufferings at 5:30
this morning. Mrs. Jenkins' burn-
ing clothing sot fire to hor residence.
Tho house and contents woro also (
lly Hi Own Hand.
Tyler Aug2. II. W. Dawes ayoung
man 20 years of ago who camo to Tyler
threo years ago from Shreveport La
died this morning from an overdoso
of morphine. Every indication polntn
to the fuot that it was suicide. Dawes
had been drinking considerably of
late and had lost his position as snleB-
man in n promineng house.
If you wuuta bargain in real estate
call on Jones. Buttle & Jones under
J Pacific hotel. '
A Narplns of LlKhtnlngr.
Minneapolis Aug. 2. A special
from St. Cloud says twenty-ono houses
were struck by lightning during a
storm last night. Two of Mrs. Kink-
ert's children will die from tho effects
of a bolt that struck her house. Threo
passongor trains on the Manitoba
roadjln the yards at St. Cloud are un-
able to proccod. St. Cloud is the city
which was devastated by a cyclone
some two years ago.
The Ntevena County War.
Topoka Aug 2. Attorney-General
Bradford returned last night from
Stephens county whore ho went to In-
vestigate tho massacre of SheriffCross
and a few deputies. Ho examined a
number ofpooploin different towns
and all eye wituossos of tho affair.
Tho tostimony Is unanimous to the ef-
fect that Cross and party arrived at
camp ' tired and worn out; that thoy
asked permission of tho Haymakers
to Ho down and rest and thoy woro
sleeping and aprohoudiug no danger
when thoy wero suddenly arrousod by
Robinson and hio men and siiot down
without having any ohance to defend
thomsolves. All threo of theso wit-
nesses say that not one shot was fired
by Sheriff Cross or any of his mon.
Gen. Bradford has gathered a largo
amount of testimony which ho will
submit to tho govonor. Gon. Myors
found that no troops wero ncodod and
so tho mission of tho two officials is
ouded for tho present. Business is at
a saudstill at Ilugotou and Woods-
dale every body is armed ank ready
for an attack and waiting to hear from
Gov. Martin. Tho govonor has to ap-
point a new shorlff for Stevens county
in place of tho 0110 killed and both
towns have subraitcd a namo from
their respective places to Gen. Brad-
ford but It Is not likely that either
0110 will bo appointed as It will not
facilitate poare. Robinson who shot
tho live men is reportett as taking
I will sell until August 20th Mc-
Alistor coal delivered anywhere in
tho city at $7. Lay in your winter's
supply and help to avoid a coal fam-
Ino next winter. Terms cash.
f W. D. Lacy.
Nerved lllui lllKht.
Omaha Neb. Aug. 2. At 2 o'clock
thlB morning Fremont Emmons the
young man who deliberately stabbed
to ueatli .Miss Hortlia Schultz at
Pawnee City a fow days ago because
sho refused his proposal of ninrriaire.
was taken from tho authorities at
Pawnee Citv and lynched bv a mob.
Emmons was second cook at the- ls
chance hotol nnd Miss Sohult. viu)
laundress at tho samo house.
Ran Francisco Aug. 2. Japan pn-
pors.say that a tolegram from Wek-
kotnaloa Japan dated July IB sayp
tho volcano of Mount Twalmssl sud-
denly buret Into nativity nnd in a
short tlmo fifty-six houses In Twsi-
hassl were destroyed. A telegram
rocoivod on tho lOtli says the eruption
still continues with grent destruction
and loss of life. About -100 porsons
and thirty housos in a villngo called
Circo were burled under tho sand and
ashes thrown out by tho volcano.
Among those burlod wero some fifteen
visitors at tho hotol springs In the
Three Men Killed With n Pochvl
Plttsboro Miss. Aug. 1. A battle
took place yesterday between Bob
Rogan on one side and E. N. Enochs.
JameB Enochs and Charles Cqchrnn
on tho other. The men had a disputo
overa.busines8 matter and Rogun.
was assaulted by the other threo. He
retired to a blacksmith shop followed'
by his assailants and finding tho
back door locked drew his pocket
knife and used it with such effect that
in less than five minutes Cochran laid
dead on the ground; and the Enooh
brothers were mortally hurt. Rogmi
received a blow with an Iron bar that
broke three ol his ribs.
llltten by a Snake.
Castlnnd Tex Aug 2. A. J. ColFoo
a prominent and well to do farniei
residing a few miles south of hoco
whllo seining last week caught a water
moccasin snako of tho most poisonous
Hud iu his hand under tho waitir-.
thinking It to be a channel cat or esil .
He made fast his hold to securo what.
he though to be a fish and whilojmak-
Ing his way out was bitton onco etc
the back ouce on tho arm nnd oner
on the finger before he realized that
ho was grappling with the venomous
reptile. He stated that the moccasin
was full four inches in dlamotor ta-
in tho lnrgest part. Mr. Coffoo is do-
ing well but largo ulcers are thrent-
nlng to break 011 ton Ill's arm and back:
from'tho virus remaining In tho sys-
tem. Other Cowboj'B In Clilcaitu.
Chicago Aug. 2. Tho discovery ol
tho two Texns cowboys who had boatL.
ongnged so extensively in horso steal-
ing has been followed by the capture
ot two men who had just begun oper-
ations on an equally extousivo scale.
Thoy gnve their names as W. II. Cogn-
well nnd "V. Hanna. Thoy are said
by thopollco to have stolon a number
of animals on Saturday which have
Nhe OetH Her. Mini.
Loulsvillo Ky Aug. 2 Noar
Bardstown yestorday Bon Duncan
colored was killed in alight with u
negro woman whoso namo can not be
learned. Sim nttacked him with a
butcher-knife and ho dofondod hlm-
solfwltli a shot-gun. flio seized tho
bnrrol of the gun nnd iu tho struggle
for possession tho load was discharged
taking effect in Duncan's head.
Koytesvillo Mo Aug. 2. Now
ronchod hero this aftomoon of thosuJ-
cldo of old man Laker aged 74 yours
who lived on Bowling Groon pralrto.
soven miles southeast of this pluee.
Ho told his wife that ho was tired
of work and that In n short tlmo 1
would bo dead. Howae soon dead
from Rough on Rats which ho had
A Volcanic Kriiption Predicted; for
Cincinnati Aug.2-Dr. Ernest WoIm-
senberger profossor of Hoibulberg
University who luift been observing
tho gas wells at FIndlay Is hore. Ho
Bays the earth's crust Is very thin ut
Findlny: that a temperature of MOO
exists bOOO feet below and Mill belorc
long burst out in volctiulu eruption.
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