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EHTAltJASlllUt .TVZ.Y ill, 1888.
Entered at thei I'ofo7Ire il UViro, Tvxati, i Mrcoml CIi.i Stutter,
WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 19. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month-
VOL. 4. NO.
GARZA IS DISCOURAGED
DRESS - GOODS
-:- STAPLE -:-
And the Chief and His Band
TO THE GEEAT STATE OF TEXAS.
Our Cost Sale!
22 inch half-wool, all colors, Dress
Goods, worth 12 1-2, at
7 Cents a Yard.
Fine Worsted Serges, all colors,
worth 1 S cents, at
10 Cents a Yard.
Colored Dress Goods, half wool,
all colors, worth 18 and 20c. at
12 1-2 Cents a Yard.
worth 12 i2
worth 25 cents, at
16 1-2 Cents a Yard.
Printed half-wool Plaids, worth 1 5
cents, down to
8 1-2 Cents a Yard.
6 1-2 Cents a Yard.
22 cent Zephyr Ginghams marked
12 1-2 Cents a Yard.
Standard Prints, worth 6 1-2 and
7 cents, down to
4 1-2 Cents a Yard.
Striped Shirt Cottons
At 6 1-2 cents, worth 9 cents.
At 7 1-2 cents, worth 10 cents.
At 8 1 2 cents, worth 12 1-2 cents
4-4 Bleached Cottons
At 6 1-2 cents, worth 8 cents.
At 7 1-2 cents, worth 9 1-2 cents.
4-4 Brown Sheeting
And Sea Island Cottons, best
quality at 7 cents a yard.
The above can give you but a faint idea of the many low prices
we are making on all medium qualities of Dry Goods. All of the 1
above will be shown on our various counters, and marked (as usual)
" advertised goods. ' The rush will tell how many people have read
IN BUYING YOUR FURNITURE REMEMBER THAT
QUALITY IS IMPORTANT.
OUR STOCK is made up of the best in quality, the
LATEST IN DESIGN
And we always make the
You will be pleased with the
STYLE, QUALITY AND FINISH
Of our solid Oak Sideboards priced at from $18 to $30.
WACO. FURNITURE CO.,
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
Alnrmliic Tidings Hutu lloncliod Domini:,
N. M.i IIowout IJx-l'rcRlilcnt Cluvulund
In t!u South 011 a Hunting ilxpedltlon
Dcctl of n Scoundrel.
Lakhdo, Tex., Jan. 1!). Tlio Garza
rovolution is believed to bo at an ond for
tho present at least. Armed men re
ported to bo moving through tho country
nro supposed to ho Garza's forces goins
hack homo. Ono Follower, who lives
here, says tho first meeting was held in
Now Orleans and Garza, Kandoval,
Coupet and a representative of a New
Orleans firm wuro present. It was agreed
that if the revolution was inaugurated
Randoval would bo mndo leader and ho
was to receivo a hundred thousand
dollars, Garza at onco took tho field,
starting with twenty men, which grow
to 400. No prominent leader on tho
other side taking hold ho was left to
skirmish on this side, and this ended his
fiasco. Ho is thought to hp m tho
vicinity of Laredo and his friends think
ho may surrender at Corpus Christi, and
fight tho American law instead ot two
diirziL'n Trot Conilnj.
Demin'Q, N. M., Jan. 1!). Alarming
tidings from the border reached hero
Saturday night. Captain James Hyland,
United States mounted inspector of cus
toms, has just arrived. Ho says tho dis
contents nro crossing tho lino in largo
numbers, and aro congregating in tho
vicinity of Carisalillo. All aro armed
and arc evidently Hocking to join Sails
and his lieutenants, who luivo taken
refuge in the mountains thereabouts.
Tho revolutionists comprise tho worst
classes, and life and property on tho lino
is regarded as in danger. Tho troops
asked for have not yet arrived. There
is but little doubt hero that a movement
is on foot against tho Mexican govern
ment. The outbreak may not como for
Borne timo, unless those captured in tho
recent revolt in Ascension aro sum
marily punished. If tho government
takes harsh measures with tho prisoners
trouble will undoubtedly bo precipitated
Tho Old Simnli.li Mine.
Ozajik, Ark., Jan. 19. For several
days past there lias been a coming and
going of men iu rough clothes and an air
of mystery. Today, howover, it was
cleared up, and by an examination of
tho records in tho circuit clerk's ofiico
hero it was discovered that six mineral
claims had boon filed by persons living
in this state and Missouri. Theso claims
all cover what is known as tho "Old
Spanish Mine," which has been lost for
more than seventy-five yoars. Ono of
tho claimants, T. J. Parkinson, says ho
has followed up tho Mexicans who havo
been working tho mine for more than
fifteen years, and lost them eleven years
ago, smco which timo ho has been hunt
ing for it on his own account, and is
perfectly satisfied that ho has hit it.
Among other ovidenccs that ho has
struck tho right pluco is a pieco of a
broken drijl whick ho found in a cavo
where tho mino was said to bo located.
Tho mino is located about twenty-eight
miles northwest of hero.
As wCNvill move to our new quarters at the corner of Fifth and
Austin Streets about Feb. 15th, wc do not want to move any of our
winter stock. Therefore wc place our entire stock of Clothing, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises on the market at
Except Dunlap hats, E. & W. collars and Scriven's drawers. Wc
.hope our friends will take this ad. as intended, that we mean JUST
WHAT SAY COST. OUR COST MARK is posted where all
can sec it, and all prices will be made from it. This price will
enable you to buy a suit for $io.Oo, $12.00 and $15.00 never hefore
offered for the price. But wc will not attempt to name articles or
prices, but ask you to come and sec.
These Prices arefor Cash,
As it is less trouble to move than books. Wc will continue OUR
COST SALE through next week, and perhaps longer. If you would
get the BEST BARGAINS come first.
Remember this actual COST SALE will be from day to day
next week at
ES : &, : GOODL0ES
The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers.
407 -A-XTSTIISr -AVElXrTXE.
gash in his head. Both men wero pain
fully but not seriously injured. Tho
train was stopped and tho angry passen
gers with threats of lynching lnatlo an
unsuccessful attempt to catch tho mis
creant. Hon. Grrncr Cleveland.
New Ohleans, Jan 10. Ex-President
Grover Cleveland, who passed through
Atlanta last night and stated that ho and
a friend "wero stealing"' away quietly to
Now Orleans out a pleasure trip and
would go to Joseph Jelferson's plantation
in southwest Louisiana for a week's
hunting, is expected to reach this city at
2 o'clock this afternoon on a special over
tho Louisville and Nashville road and
will tako tho train on tho Southern
Pacific at onco for his destination. Mr.
Cleveland would not talk at Atlanta.
Wanted to Join Ills SwLCtlicnrt.
AmiOTT, Tex., Jan. 10. R. L. Martin,
who camo to this county about two
mouths ago from Arkansas, shot him
self with a pistol. Tho ball entered
just abovo tho heart and ranged ui
ward, lodging in tho back part of tho
left shoulder. A doctor was summoned
at onco. Ho cut tho ball out. Martin
said to tell his people ho wanted to die,
as tho woman ho loved died about ten
days ago. Ho is resting easy and doing
very well at the present.
A SjHARP TRICK.
Livery and Transfer Stables.
Tho old Orand Buiidlnsr, North Plaza, Waco Texas.
The finest vehicles and horses in the city. Call carriages for ladies a spe
cialty and when desired, ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and satistaction guarantetd. Horses
boarded on reasonable terms.
MOJCfcEfcOl, JEUCnsnBZ.J& 1 Sfc Co.
WACO, : : : : TEXAS.
FIEE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.::::::
1 : : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
VN1HSU JIOTJIL UOTAT..
The lltmllllollii Located.
Bt. Pact, Jan. 19. It is learned from
a tell tale letter that William M. Bush
nell, ox-president of tho Minnesota agri
cultural society, who, with his brother,
A. S. Bushnoll, is charged with fleecing
eastern creditors out of $200,000 in real
estate deals, is at Adelade, Now South
Wales. Immediately after making an
assignment in November tho brothers
ran away and had not been heard from
until today. Tho grand jury is prepar
ing an indictment against them. It is
stated, howover, that tho extradition
treaty between this country and Great
Britain will not cover their offense, and
their attendance in court cannot bo com
pelled without their consent. Creditors
nt Rochester, Troy, Providenco and Po
oria havo brought suit for nearly $300,
000 against tho assignee U compel a set
tlement of their claims.
Deed of a Scoundrel.
Atuanta, Jan. 19. As tho Western
and Atlantic passenger train passed
Austell, Ga., last evening a littlo daugh
ter of Mr. Dozier had .her head out of
tho car window and soino villainous jwr
6on throw a rock four inches in diameter
at her, but missed tho child anil struck
her father on tho head, when tho missile
bounded toward Lawyer Neal nnd dis'
figured his face. Blood poured from Mr.
Neal's face, while Mr. Dozier fell back
on his seat unconscious with a torribls
A Conndonce Game Successfully
Played on an Aged Gentleman.
A very sharp trick was practiced
upon an old gentleman, Louis Francis,
from Shaokleford county, a few days
ago by whioh he was robbed of $25,
all the money he had. Tho victim
was SO years of age aud on Ins way to
Dongola, IHidoh, his old home.
The robbery was effected by a mid
dle aged man giving his uamu as
llays, with tho help of a confederate
whoso namo was not learned.
Tho sharper made the acquaint
ancc of the old gentleman at tho Cot
ton Belt depot, aud after claiming to
ho a friend 10 a number of persons in
Illinois named by tho old man, the
conversation gradually drifted around
to tho business of each, where t) cy
wero going, etc Tho sharper said ho
was r,n his way back to bt unaries.iHo ,
from which placo ho had brought a
car load of lino cattle, and ouo of
jacks. Ho said he had sold his cat
tie, but not being able to dispone of
his jacks at satisfactory figures he had
concluded to return them to his ex
tensive stock farm in Missouri. He
finally invited Francis to go down on
the track and look at his fine stock
to whioh coDHent was given, and (hoy
started out. When they walked down
several blooks among the cam they
woro accosted by another rascal
claiming to bo tho agent of tho rail
road who informed bis pal that the
froight train was about to stait out with
his jacks but that he wan still
due a balance of $5, on them as froight
which if no: paid at once the ear con
taining his stock wonld bo left be
hind. Ho, Hays, aekod the BuppoEcd
agent to go back with him to tho
depot and ho would pay tho amount,
be having left all his money in the
grip be placed in his charge. This
tho agent refused to do, and said ho
had left tho grip containing I is gold
behind tho door iu'tho ladies sitting
room. Hays at onco beoumo vory
much excited and upbraided the agent
tor being so careless with tho grip ho
had left in his ohargo with all the
wealth ho had obtained from tho tulo
ot his carload of cattle Tho agent
refusing to return with him to tho
depot tor the money. Hays turned
to tho old gentleman and asked him
for God's eako to loan him $25, and
return to tho depot and watch his grip
till ho settled with the agent ami
came thcro hinuolf. Tho old man
handed him over tbo money and hasti
ly returned to tho dopot but foutio no
grip, neither has ho since seen any
thing of hia $25, nor tho sharpers.
Ho told his story to number of kind
hearted gentlemen at thv VYavcrly
hotel and a subscription was started
by Mr. Win. D. Sycrs, a commercial
traveller from Stoniugton, 111. Tho
sum of $28.20 was raised with wbich
a ticket was bought and the old mau
went ou hiB way n-joioiDg. Of tho
aironnt raised Mr. Byers gavo $8 CO,
and tho Cbristain ohurch, of whioh tho
victim was a member, K. Tho church
will also piy back $5, of tho amount
advanced by Mr. S3 ere. This mat
ter haB bem kept fi'om tho press till
now for tho reason thnt the officers
thought it might givo tho thieves
notice that they were on their track
and avoid arrest. They have however
nut been arrested up to tins timo and
will not likely bu.
Tho Varao Reception.
Frederick Wardo and his excellent
couipauy ptrfonned hia new play
'Tho Lion's Mouth" last night. Mr.
Wardn was tendered n reception by
tho Klks after tbo performance, ard
tho club house was tho scene of ono
of the most de'igbtful entertainments
fiotn 11 p. rn., ur.til li a. in., that
Waco has ever known. Mr, Wardc
presided at tho table and his well
known wit, humor and eloquence
charmed the sevonty five people
who burrouifilcd him. Toasts wero
proposed by Mr. Wardc and respond
ed to by thqtse upon whom hu choso to
mil. Mr. Barton, Mr. Hermann, Mr.
Vining, Mr, Leifihton and Mr. Arthur
Wardo were also guests of tho olub
and contributed largely to the enter
tainment ot thoeo present. An ex
tended noiiee of tho reception will
appear in tbo Saturday cditionof