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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 6 1892.
A. HOWARD, M.D
Physician & Surgeon.
1-2 South Fourth Strcot
iooui 4o Pacio Hotel.
CHANGE OF BASE.
Headquarters of the Garzaites
Said to Be in New Orleans,
Dr. N. T. HARRIS
Office on Austin Street over
First National Bank.
Don't forget to call and see
our fine line of
Before Buying a
Kfopisltrms : Present.
A J- Herz & Bro.
101 Sou 111 4tll strum.
BUT THE MEXICAN CONSUL THEEE
nomination of John Sfiornion tomorrow
night by a majority of tenor twelve votes
over J. B. Foruker, although this is not
conceded by tho friends of tho latter;
they btill maintain Foralcer will win.
WORLD'S FAIR WHISTLES
207 South Fiflh Street.
Best coal in any quantity
delivered promptly. Prices
as low as the lowest.
207 South Fifth Street
Denies It From Other Sources 11 InLeanotl
tho DeteetlveH Wcio Ordered Some
Months Ago to AVntch Certulu Mexican
lu tho Crescent City.
El. Paso, Tex., Jnn. 0. It has been
learned that tho headquarters of tho revo
lutionists aro now situated at New Or
leans, but thoy contemplate transferring
thomto El Paso, which offcrsa better base.
Tho opinions and idea of thoso backing
tho movement is to get off that portion
of Mexico north of tho lino extending
from Uxpan on tho Gulf of Mexico to
Mazatlan on tho Pacific ocean, and to
declare a republic under the constitution
promulgated in 1857.
Nnw Orleans. Jan. 0. The Mexican
consul was seen this morning and stated
ho had no knowledge of tho rumored
headquarters of tho Garza revolutionists
in this city and did not believo tho re
ports of revolution in Mexico were based
on fact; that there was borne trouble on
tho Texas side, but tho United States
was looking after that. From other
sources it is learned the detectives were
ordered some months ago to keep a look
out and report movements of certain
Mexicans in this city, but nothing camu
MY STOKE, Fine Kraut at 1 oonts
per pound at My Store 025 Austin
Big Muddy! Big Muddyl Hip Muddy!
KG AN I IiGAxN'l KG AN!
1000 aore farm, 500 in cultivation, all
first class prairio land. Ten houses,
barns, sheds, wells and one never-
8mall farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400
teres each, and many others cheap
and on easy terms.
Hanging in number of acres of 320, 500
1200, 1400, 1800 and 3 000, situated
near Waco. We can sell special bar
gains in houses, lots and busid
Bell & Sassaman,
Real Estate and Rental Agents, 1
South Fourth street, Waco, Texas.
Joe Lehman is tho most popular res
taurant man in Texas. His plaoo
117 South Fourth street.
Tho Woman's Exchange, 113 North
Fourth street, is tho .best place ir
Waco to pof first-class meal.
Block of 20 lots in Wuco addition
to Rookport on Herring, Kolley,
Evans and Inge streets $400.
J. E. Anderson.
For tho best and freshest bocf,poik
muttoa, vtitil, spirorib, ti-iti and
oysters o o Crippen corner Fifth
Don't delay, if you desire Kook
port property, it will bo too high soon.
20 lot blocks for $400.
J. E. Anderson.
ShorilT Ford this morning handed
the following to a News reporter.
Tho reward of $700, herotoforo of
fered for the Brrest of Melton and
Duulap, charged with tho murder of
Chick McLennan, is hereby with
drawn and the order for Us payment
Sheriff of MoLennan to.
New Facts About the Dakotas
is the titlo of the latest illustrated
pamphlet issued by the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul ll'y regarding
those growing states, whoso wonder
ful crops the past season havo attract
ed the attention of the whole country.
It is full of faots of special interest
for all not satisfied with their present
location. Send to I). C. Brady,
Southorn Passenger Agent, 237 4th
Ave,, Louisville, Ky., for a copy froo
I can get you money on short timo
on good names or collate! al; long
time on real estate, at very reasonable
rates. If you have something to sell
1 oan place it before thoso who want
Waco and MoLennan county property
and will bo pleased to see you at my
office 209 1-2 South Fourth street.
J. B. Gilhuh.
Hacked by the, Clerical Party.
Laredo, Tex., Jnn. 0. Startling de
velopments in regard to the Garza revo
lution have como to light. Tho papers
found in tho saddlebags of Pablo Nunez,
one of tho captured revolutionists, prove
conclusively what was foreshadowed a
fow days ago is true, and that is, tho
clerical party is furnishing monoy with
which tho campaign is being continued.
It is now nsscrtained that Monez de Oca,
bishop of Monterey, is financial ugent of
the clerical party in tho supply of Garza
with funds. Secret oflkors havo traced
packages going by express and tho papers
nnvnr. ! found in Garza's camp confirm tho fact.
, v. .
Tho telegraph wires between i'ort
Ringgold nnd this city aro now in good
workinir order nnd daily ronorts aro re
ceived from tho seat of war at tho milt
tary headquarters. Captain Bourko
states that tho iebplo of th Rio Grande
will help Garza to tho last woman and
In a Comatose Condition.
Larkdo, Tox., Jan. C There is still a
great deal of interest and excitement
hero over tho Garza revolution, but
from present apiwiranccs tho revolution
is now in a comatose state. There aro
rumors of a skirmish, with a loss of one
or two men on each sido, but theso
stories seem to bo without foundation,
as two troopers who came in Tuesday
night from Captain Hardie's command
bring word that no organized band of
Garza's men can bo found, but revolu
tionists seem to havo scattered and gono
back to their occupations and will prob
ably lie low until tho Federal troops aro
recalled from their track down tho river.
A great deal of indignation is felt here
over tho arrest of Dabas Rodriguez, Vic
tor Nagro and other ranchmen. These
men were formerly residents of Guerero,
Mexico, but on account of political rea
sons havo been compelled to livo on this
sido of tho Rio Grnndo for many years.
Thoy stand well in tho community hero,
but havo been arrested by tho United
States marshal for harboring tho revolu
tionists. As an incident which shows
tho interest in Garza may bo cited in the
good fortune of a photographer bore
named Stevenson who liapixincd to have
a negative of Catanna Garza and for
somo days has been overrun with the
work of printing photograplis of the
man for salo.
May He Wet In Any of Mm Way Kiiunu
to tho Thirsty.
Chicago, Jan. 0. A local paper says:
Liquor is to bo sold at tho World's fair.
Tho thirsty wayfarer longing for cooling
streams wherewith to quench his thirst,
may get any kind of alcoholic beverages
he may want. It was not known defi
nitely until it fow days ago that tho di
rectors had agreed on a liquor pro
gramme, .secretary urawtoru or tno
ways and means committee, who is sup
posed to know everything about World's
fair headquarters, gave tho first intima
tion of the plan. He said liis comiuitteo
had decided to allow tho salo of liquor
for n consideration the exposition to get
a percentage of the gross receipts real
ized. After he had volunteered this
much Mr. Crawford declined to talk further.
President Baker said: "It was practi
cally decided months ago that liquor
should be sold not in saloons nothing
of that kind but it will bo on salo in the
restaurants." Dr. E. B. Butler, acting
chairman of tho ways and means com
mittee, in tho absence of Mr. Iliggin
botham, said no final action had been
taken by his committee but it was un
derstood by all tho members of tho com
mittee that liquor would bo sold on tho
grounds. The reason for this action of
tho directors is very simple. As given
by one of tho board, it is a plain business
proposition. An immense revenue can
be derived from tho salo of liquor privileges.
The national commission is yet to bo
consulted in the matter. Director Gen
eral Davis, when interviewed, said:
"Tho board of control has power to voto
anything that seems objectionable It
would certainly have such power as re
gards the sale of liquor. "What it will
do, however, is, of course, a matter for
the board to decide."
Joe Lohman'B for
ice oroam and
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joe
The largest return tor amount
vested is in llockport lots.
J. E. ANHKRSON
If you want to buy a lot on suoh.
terms as you can easily meet sco Mrs
Kirkpatrick Eigth and Clay street.
If you havo work mules to trade for
lots seo Mrs. Kirkpatrick Eighth and
Tho proper thing is to buy Rook
port lots, if you don't somebody else
will. J. E. Andkrbon.
You can buy
a home in the Kirk
by a little economy,
and on terms to suit.
What has beon needed in Waoo for
years is cheap building lots, and now
Waco has got it. Soo ad of lots in
Don't make tho mistake of delaying
until Itookport $400 blocks aro worth
more thau Volasoo property.
J. E Anderson.
Garden spot of tho great P.inhandlo.
Utch loamy soil. Great wheat country.
Tulia is tho county scat of Swisher
county. Ouo of the finest oountics
in tho great Panhandle. Court Iioubo,
churches, sohoola, o., ac.
Swisher county is developing ripidlv.
Thousands aro going to tho Panhan
dle daily and the man with tho plow
is daily going to Swisher county.
A pretty town in tho prettiest country
in tho world. Land lovol as a floor
and producing immense crops of all
cereals, vegetables and fruits.
Everlasting freestone puro water in
illimitablo quantities at twenty-live to
Aro in a growing town, in a growing
oounty. Property is advancing daily
and will continuoto advanco in a way
to mako tho head swim. Buy now.
Don't delay a day. Lotu ohoap as
dirt at prices now asked.
For maps, plat9 and other particu
lars apply to
Tho Woman's Exohango is man
aged by a lady of exporienoo and ono
who cannot bo excelled in gottin up
a tempting bill of faro.
A SmiiKKler of Chinese.
New Orleans,' Jan. 0. Sam
Chinaman, who has lived here
Mobilo twenty years, was arrested Sat
urday night for bringing Chineso labor
ers into tho United States via Mexico
and El Paso, Tox. Ifo is said to bo at
tho head of a syndicate that has been en
gaged in tho unlawful practico of smug
gling Chineso into this country. IIo was
held in $1500 bail.
Wounded hy llle;liwayniu n.
Dallas, Jan. 0. Charles J. Grant,
assistant cashier of tho Nutional Bank
of Commerce, was held np, stabbed and
shot at on Ross avenuo Monday night
shortly after 0 o'clock by two negroes.
Tho shots went wide of thoir mark but
tho knifo got in its work in Grant's
right breast. Tho physician says his
wound is dangerous but not fatal.
Strikers Dninngo Ihiginuii.
San Antonio, Jan. 0. Tho first acts
of destruction and violonco on tho part
of tho Sau Antonio and Aransas Pass
strikers was committed last night at
Yoakum, whero tho division shops aro
located. Tho nightwatchman at tho
roundhouse was held up by a mob of
strikers, who dismantled fifteen engines
and did other damage.
False and Malicious ltcporti.
City of Mexico, Jan. 0. While many
reports have been sent over tho country,
especially to tho United States and
Europe, regarding tho great destitution
which was alleged to exist in certain
states of this republic, tho government
has mado no attempt at official denial
until it had fully investigated the matter
and found out just exactly what grounds
there were for the reports. Tins investi
gation has been going on for several
weeks, having been instituted immedi
ately after the first circulation of the
injurious reports. The replies and docu
ments from all the officials who had the
matter in hand aro now in the offices of
the government at this place, and while
they are not ready for official publica
tion your correspondent was enabled to
look over soveral of them, aud from this
examination can give tho gist of them,
wliich is that tho real state of affairs has
been greatly exaggerated, and no such
condition exists as is alleged.
There wan tome failure of crops in tho
northern and northwestern states, but
thero is no moro destitution than is to bo
found in thoso states every year. In
Sinaloa and Duniiigo, whero it was
alleged tho greatest destitution was.
thero is no destitution that cannot be
cared for by tho residents of those states.
It is true that a fow people thero havo
been suffering on account of tho long
continued dry weather, but oven in
theso instances thero wero none of tho
extreme cases wliich wero reported, and
there havo been no deaths which can be
attributed to starvation or destitution in
any stato of the republic. The governors
of all tho states on tho border sond in
supplementary reports and fully corrob
orate tho reports of tho special commis
sioners. Thoy aro highly indignant that
their states should bo brought into dis
repute in this manner, and call upon
President Diaz to take such measures as
will prevent tho sending out of such falto
and malicious reuorts in tho futuro.
You can buy a good shoo from a
good houso. Wo keep tho olass of
shoe that you want.
Sleeper Olikton & Co
Fortunes were mado at Volasoo,
why not on Baker street, Itookport.
J. E Anderson,
Everybody goes to Joo Leliman'c
when they want a good meal, or ne
111 Franklin street.
A J. Leslie for first-class watoh
clock and jowelry repairing. Same
building with II. E. Ambold Anstin
If you want to buy somo lotu in the
new pretty addition to Waoo and havo
Milk cows to trado seo Mrs. Kirkpat
rick iiiignlli and Uluy street.
Delaney & Mcllor.at No. 125 South
Third, has lard whioh ho guarantee
fresh and puro, at 12 ceLls per pound
alBD, fresh meats, uiuttou, pork, beef
eto , etc.
Columbus O., Jan 0. Tho greatest
senatorial contest Republicans of Ohio
havo over known is practically at an end. all great manufacturing concerns will be
Every rucaJLujuucatton points to the run by electricity."
St. Paul, Jan. 0. An event of inter
est to manufacturers and scientists is to
occur hero within tho next two mouths,
viz: Tho erection of a great flour mill
lobo operated entirely by electricity.
The structure is to bo on tho site of tho
St. Paul roller mill, burned two years
ago, and is to bo under tho direction of
Kingsland Smith of St. Paul. If tho ex
periment proves a success all of tho great
mills of St. Paul and Minneapolis, in
cluding thoso of Wiislibnrns and tho
Pillsbury English syndicate, will uso
electricity as motive power, tho water of
tho falls of tho Missouri being iised only
for tho generation of electricity.
Kingsland yfliith somo years ago in
vented tho roller process which then cre
ated n revolution in Hour making. IIo
has been experimenting with electricity
applied to a mill model for tho past year
and announces that ho has solved tho
problem of manufacturing Hour with
"harnessed lightning." Ho says: "I
havo become thoroughly convinced of its
cheapness and its entire practicability in
running oven tho heavest flour mill ma
chinery. Moreover, I think that it will
revolutionize tho whole question of
motive power and in tho next two years
If you want to buy lots in Kirkpat
rick addition will take part cash, good
work stock, mules or horses or good
milk cows. Sco P. G. Kirki'atimuk,
005 South Eighth corner of Clay.
Just Received Largo Stock
FroBb garden seed. Como yo market
gardeners. Wo havo ample to HUpply
you in everything.
w. L. Tucker,
at "Lion Drug Store."
Thore is no man bo popr but that
ho can buy a lot in the Kirkpatriok
additior. at tho low price of lots and
easy terms of paymont. Don't delay.
TIiobo lots will bo worth livo timeB
the Belling price soon.
Doop water is assured at Aransas
Pass. Nearly a hundred thousand
dollars in cash and ono million in
lands subscribed. The groat boom
has sot in.
Are good for ten times their pros
ont valuo in a short timo, Proporty
is enhancing in valuo day by day.
ro i mi oust invuHuueut iu iuu
south. Fortunes will bo realized by
lucky investors, becauso llockport is
the coming seaport.
Rookport lots lie high and dry on
rioh soil, sub-irrigated, perfectly
healthy, in tho midst of a groat com
Arc ohoap at ten times their present
price. They aro valuable property
now and as noon as uocp water is so
oured they will bo worth fabulouB
In tho Waoo addition to Rookport
aro offered for a song Thoro is mil
lions in thorn. Do not wait a day but
drop in and buy. It is tho ohunee of
J E ANDERSOM
Wo givo employment tomoropcoplo
and have moro teams engaged in de
livering our "justly oolobrated Big
Muddy lump" ooal than any other
dealer in tho city. "Telephone Egati
Lots in tho Kirkpatrick additiou
are nearer to tho Eiiuaro than Dickey's
hill and much nearer than Edgefield
and tho lots aro cheap at doublu the
prico arked while the terms of pay
mont will bo mado 60 easy that any
one oun buy.
oali. on on address
THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF
OKLAHOMA. CITY, O. T.
BnokUn's Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve In tho world for outs
bruises, sores, uloore, salt rheum, ro
ver sores, totter, ohappod hands, chll
blftlns, oorns and all skin eruptions
and positively oures plloa, or no pj
required. It lu guaranteed to glvt
eatlofaotlonor tioney refunded. Prlct
25 cento box. For sale by W. B
Morrison Sr Oo.
Oystors. oysters, fresh, and alwus
at tho White restaurant'
Fresh oysters sorvod in anystvl ftt
tho Woman's Exchange, 113 Nith
Rockport blooks worth $1200 for
grapes and oranges offered at $100.
I. E. Anderson,
Thero in no working man but by a
little economy can sav monoy enough
to buy a home in tho Kirkpatriok ad
dition. Seo large ad.
Lucy's Brier Creek Coal.
Ono ton $5.50; one half ton $3 00,
one fourth ton $1.7o.