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KSTAIM.lSUKit JUT.Y 10, tSS.S.
Entered at the Vostvfllce at Unco, Texag,a See Matter
VOL. 4. NO. 150
WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 4, 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
We have taken inventory and now open the year 1892
-IN ALL OF OUR-
42 - Departments - 42
We shall make an effor to reduce our winter stock lower than ever.
' With this in view, we have reduced prices all through the stock.
We Invite Inspection,
Feeling satisfied that our prices will make sales.
Prices On Overcoats
Have been cut more than any other Garments, and every buyer will
have quite a saving.
3 mm W&w ff&fll c Toy
Buf oux pice
We invite you to visit our immense newly-stocked furni
ture emporium and make a careful inspection of onr splen
did assortment of fine furniture and novelty articles suitable
for Holiday presents. We are showing a stock of unques
able splendor and superiority and we feel sure that a visit to
our establishment cannot fail to prove interesting and in
structive to every visitor. We will take pleasure in showing
you through onr stock whether you are ready to make pur
chases or not. Our special displays will be continued
through the Holiday season and our store will remain open
until 9 p. m. to accomodate those who cannot visit ns during
We have left nothing uudonet" make our assortment com
plete and you will find it an eas' matter to make a selection
from our splendid stock. A beautiful calendar for '92 will
bepresented to each lady visitor this ieek and a Holiday
WACO FURNITURE COMPANY
CORNER SIXTH AND JACKSON STS
Tho Chiirlrfttmi ami Sim 1'rnneloon.
San Diego, Jan. !. The cruisers San
Francisco anil Charleston aro lying near
each other in the harbor. Captain Reiny
hns very little to bay and Admiral Brown
says ho has told all ho can until after
congress reassembles. Capt. Ilftniy says
that since leaving hero in Jnly the
Charleston has been to Japan, China and
Honolulu and on its return trip to this
country encountered terribly high seas,
which the cruiser stood splendidly, prov
ing her seagoing qualities to bo tho very
best. "Wo know ubsonitcly nothing
about the Chilean trouble," said he.
"We were directed to como to San ni'o
when wo left Honolulu, to meet the bun
Franeibco vid take ammunition. To
day we will coal and receive ammunition
from tho "San Francisco and await or
ders." Captain Reiny declined to say
whether ho thought there would be war
with Chile or not, but it is evident that
ho regards the situation aa serious. Fur
ther than tho foregoing no information
could bo elicited. It iB evident in tho
opinion of several officers of both vessels
that tho government is taking precau
tionary measures and San Diogo will be
considered the base of supplies. Tho
cruiser Baltimore is expected? Saturday
It is also reported that General
McCook has made arrangements for
quarters for three companies of nitillery,
which will shoitlv be here.
Mat til on tilts Ni-iv Cabinet.
Paris, Jan. 4. Vollaire prints an in
terview with Senor Matta, tho late Chil
ean minister of foreign affairs, touching
tho composition of the now cabinet and
the policy that the government pioposes
to adopt. The new ministry, said Senor
Matta, is constituted with a view to pro
tecting the interests of Giile, while at
the same time it will endeavor to inspire
foreign governments with confidence iu
her stability. The government, added
Senor Matta, will command a largo ma
jority iu congress, and thus, be able o
institute without delay hTiecessnry
measures of reform. Among tho meas
ures to bp introduced in congress at an
early date will be bills for the re-establishment
of gold currency and the re
storation of credit. Senor Matta also
predicted a lapid increase in Chilean
(Jrrnt Mlxilun lt.ttluii)
San Francisco, Jan. t. A. Pysoff,
chief engineer in charge of the construc
tion of tho Ussrie and Amor divisions of
the Siberian railway is in this city and
says that the Usrio division is 205 miles
long, reaching to Crafbki. Over JiOOO
convicts, Corean and Russian subjects
aro now working on it. Next year thcro
will bo 7000. It will take twelve years
to finish the entiio road. "We havecon
btantly to protect surveyors and build
ers of the Siberian road and have
eighteen battalions of troops of 100 each,
nine squadrons of cavalry and a brigade
of artillery of six batteries. Wo need
them all,, too, for the road luns close to
tho Chinese frontier, and that country is
in an oxtieinely turbulent state. Other
divisions have been sutveyed and the
lino has been extended 1700 miles east
erly from St. Petersbuig."
Huuon S. D., Jan. . A meeting of
tho commissioners of Beadle, Spink,
Foulk, Potter, Sully, Hyde, Hughes,
Buffalo, and Jerauld counties will bo
held there this week. They will be
asked to appoint delegates to it conven
tion to bo held Jan. 20 in Miller to con
sider tho piopositioii of the Interstate
artificial rain company of Kansas to
furnish moisture for the counties named
during tho coining crop season. The
company will use the Melbourne system
and representatives of the company will
bo present and explain the system and
also the piopositioii. The company
desire to contract to furnish rain for
districts covering at least ten counties.
Tho Beadle county commissioners aro
likely to name u lepresentative to attend
this novel convention.
Dentil in it simndUle.
Silvkiiton, Col., Jan. I. Another
snowslido occurred hero this morning.
Miss Sadie Blickson was snow-shoeing
on the mountain side opposite the town,
when the slido started, carrj ing her COO
feet. A rescuing party was aided in
finding her by tho discovry of her
snowshoea protruding through the
snow. Sho wiw dead when taken out.
A party of searchers who left lime to
find tho body of Mike Perrino, tho Ital
ian who was caught in tho snow-slide
Thursday, returned today unsuccessful.
Another slido has come over him and tho
man's body cannot be recovered till
Duel With Kultm.
Caiiuoda, Jan. 1 A ten ible duel with
JONES & GOODLOE.
Li stenprices will sell you we will sell you tins coming week. W e
will start the ball with a lot of men's suits at $8,oo worth $12.00. See them.
Our 10, $12. Co, $10, $18, and $20 suits in Cutaway and Sacks are the best
value that money can buy See them.
Best line of men and boys over coats in Waco.
Tho pirces are $5, 8, 10, 12.50, 16, IS, and 20. ' Sec them.
Kneo Pants at 25 cents, 5o, 75, $1, 1.25, 150 and 175. See them.
Shirt waists at 25 cents, 40, 5o, 75 and $1.00 world beaters See them.
Underwear at 50 cents, 75. $i, j25, 1.50 up to O.oo. See them
ast black socks at 25 cents 5o, 75, $1 00 and i.5o. See them
Neckwear at 25 cents 5o, 75, $1.00 1.25 and 1.00, Finest in Waco. See them
AVhite full dress shirts. New: just tho thing $1 75 See them. See them
That lot of white star shirts we are closing out at fio cents.
If you wont bargains come SEE THEM
JOfES : & : G00DL0E.
407 Austin Avenue.
And it was the biggest order Santa
Olaus was eycr called upon to honor.
You can have no idea of the display
we are making in Watches, Diamonds,
Jewelry, Silverware and Art Goods
unless you como and look at it. To
compare it with previous Christinas
offerings is out of the question for
nothing like ithas ever previously
Don't stand on ceremony, the
time of your disposal is getting limi
ted, You can lake your pick now,
come before they are all gone.
If anything was ever calculated to add to the merriment of a merry Christ
mas it is our elegant display of Watches, Diamonds, Jawclry etc
Also please remember that we will sell you goods at as low figures as you
can get them anywhere. Will meet prices from any somce.
405 Austin Avenue,
Livery and Transfer Stables.
FROPRI OF OR.
Tho old Orand Building, North Plaza, Waco Texas.
The finest vehicles and horses in the city. Call carnages for ladies a spe
cialty and when dpsired, ladies can have a driver iu hvery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and satisfaction guarantetd. Uorses
boarded on reasonable terms.
Ill laBlitfiri HldHraii
n mi tF B MI BR K HI HI Vn Bf JH iCUH mh RH
S. A. OWENS & SON,
BUGGIES, PHOTONS, CARTS. AND FAMILY
OARRIAGES.BIG STOCK, LOW PRICES.
HAN'T Rl? k PI AMI Get flin Kowcst, Itesi and Cheapest by (J
UU1N I ljl!i A bUm ! at 705 Austin Street Ileforo Buying.
knives 1ms been tomdit heio between
Antonio Gomez, hon of the proprietor of
the plaza whem bull fights mo held, niul
mother man. Tho yuinitf men were in
love with the waino girl. When they
met in front of the cathedral one of them
struck the other. Iu n moment knives
were ont mill flushing through the air.
Ono man wiu completely' disemboweled
and Hip other terribly hacked. Fully
L'OIKt people watched the duel, no one
daring to interfere,
Truln W rt'ckurent Work.
Vickriji'kh, Jan. 4. Pnwcnger train
No. 1 coining nouth from Memphis upon
leaching tho trestle near Hohmtj station
on the Valley route wim partially
wiecked by obntructioii8 in tho hhuo of
crohh-ties placed on the tiestle. The
colored (iiemau was caught under the
engine und instantly killed, and a white
twmp had hiNleg cut nil", but the engin
eer escajH-d by jumping. Thin is the
second attempt at wieckingat this spot.
Wakihscjton, Jan. 1. The president
issued his procr.miatiiiii promulgating
the rccipiocity tieaty with .Salvador. It
is hiinilur in the main pn iaious to tho-o
heretot'oio entcicd into with other conti
nental Mates and the Wet India
Shut hy Vimiin.
WooDHLin, Tenn., Jan. I. Whilo in
toxicated yesterday Itobeit Milligan was
hhot and killed by Mix. John Pendleton
whilo attempting to strike her with a
tenco rail. Milligan bioke down the
door and got tui enhance to tho
house. Tho weapon uned wiu a shot
gun, tho chaigo entering tho forehead
and death 1 exulted instantaneously.
Dr. Willis, Spoclalist.
Owing to incirnfed business, I will
remain at Waoo til) June,lsn2. Will
nay to all who aro alllictcd with Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Asthma and
Catarrh, oall and bee his into process for
treating said diseases. Hot vmllatltJ
steam taken direct to disoased puriH
by Inhalation. A positive cure in
Will restore heuring when deafness
is caused by catarrh. Am also pro
paired to trrat female disorders,
rhcuui'itisin, liver and kidney diseases,
neuralgia. Hay fever onu la grippe
llooms up stairs over McKonnon
Broii, it GVh. drug store.
Office hours, ') to 12 a. in.; 'A to ti