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EHTAniilRHEn JVLY 10, 1888.
Kntcrrd at the VoitoQlce ntWaeo, Trxuit, us Setoiul Clim Mtiltrr.
VOL. 4. NO. 16b
WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 2t. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month.
Sanger Bros. Sang
DRESS - GOODS
22 inch half-wool, all colors, Dress
Goods, worth 12 1-2, at
7 Cents a Yard.
Fine Worsted Serges, all colors,
worth 1 5 cents, at
10 Cents a Yard.
Colored Dress Goods, half wool,
all colors, worth 1 8 and 20c. at
12 1-2 .Cents a Yard.
worth 25 cents, at
16 1-2 Cents a Yard.
Printed half-wool Plaids, worth 1 5
cents, down to
81-2 Cents a Yard.
The above can give you but a faint idea of the many low prices
we arc making on all medium qualities of Dry Goods. All of the
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.
Prompt attention to
boarded on reasonable
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Dress Ginghams, worth 12 1-2
61-2 Cents a Yard.
22 cent Zephyr Ginghams marked
12 12 Cents a Yard.
Standard Prints, worth 6 1-2 and
7 cents, down to
41-2 Cents a Yard.
Striped Shirt Cottons
At 6 1-2 cents, worth 9 cents.
At 7 1-2 cents, worth 10 cents.
At 8 r -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.
0. W. DVVJD
Ttr uld Or and Jluiltllng, A'arth of Vhixil,
The finest vohiclcs and borsr a in the
city. Call carriages for ladies a spe
cialty and when desired, ladies can
Lave a dnver in livery. All trams met.
and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
NOT QUITE SO WARLIKE
Are Matters in Washington
NO MESSAGE SENT TO OONQEESS
Eat bj Prrsiilpnt JIurrlHun Tlio Chilean
MinlMer, Moult, Sn All tlio Wnr Talk
Ik In America mill Nobody Wants War lu
Clillo Kcfugocn nml the Kliler.
Washington, Jan. 21. Chilean Min
ister Montt's resideiico is a small, mod
fbt house with a high stoop and two
ground glass globes on tall posts at the
foot of the flight of btnirs leading to the
frontdoor. Senor Montt is peculiarly
tlio representative of Chilo at this mo
ment and therefore peculiarly inteiest
Ing to Americans. Ho is the cousin of
the Chilean president and no doubt exer
cises much individual discretion as to
the nature of his dealings with Ameri
can authorities. Ho is an interesting
man to look at and rather distinct from
the average typo of South Americans
seen in this country. He displays nono
of that variety of personal apparel which
ts so often noticed among South Ameri
cans. Ho is rather a short man. His
face is strong, covered with a short
black beard, slightly mixed with gray.
His complexion is extremely dark,almost
black. His eyes aro very dark and aie
rather clo'U) together. There is a slight
Binking in at the temples, and the out
lines of his face in other ways suggests
that of Emile Zola. His month is pe
culiarly strong. His black hair is ox-
treinely thick with a slight curling ten
dency, and grows straight up from the
forehead, without any attempt at a part
of any kind. Ho is most natural and
simple in his manner. His manner of
speech is very direct. Ho is ovidently
cnt out for n diplomat, for ho manages
to say just exactly what he wants to say
and no more, without any way hesitat
ing in his speech or appearing to pick
Hero is the substance of what ho said
on the question which is now Agitating
Americans: "All the war talk is in
America. Nobody wants war in Chile
or suggests war. The word war does
not occur in newspapers or any letters
that I receive from homo. I would show
you all my lotters and newspapers, of
which the latest leceived aio dated Dee.
7, and you would seo that nobody had
any desire for war. Wo havo gone
through gi eat excitement and what wo
desire now is peace and quiet and a
chanca to increaso tho greatness of tho
country in legitimato peace always."
"How about Egan, Mr. Montt?"
'I would rather not talk about Mr.
Egan," replied tho minister very boftly.
Have you anything to say as to the
message addressed by Captain Evans,
commander of tho Yorktown, to Minis
"Commander Evans sent no message
to Periera, He bent a message, which
of course you know about, to the naval
commander. Tho implication on his
part Unit the Chilean government
changed its mind was without founda
tion. Ho was simply told that the gov
ernment of Chilo had chosen to ignoio
the pissago of tho refugees from San
tiago to Valparaiso. Tlio government
had given no safe conduct and could not
dobo. It had simply ignored tho fact
that any such transfer of tho refugees
was made. It also ignored tho fact of
their prosonco on board the man-of-war."
Ibu Star uf IN urn KIri'k.
Washington, Jan. 21. The star of
peace was in tho ascendancy at the cap
ital Wednesday. There is no tangiblo
reason for tho pacific view of tho Chil
ean situation and tho waning of tho war
talk which has been indulged in during
the last few days by many congress
men, Nevertheless there was a wide
spread conviction that war was not tho
necessary outcome of the present com
plications between the United States and
Chile, although there wasalbo a general
belief that the good temper and forbear
ance of this country is being soiely
tried by tho exasperating procrastination
of tlio Chilean government in tho cor
respondence. Commodore Ilamsay, chiof of the
bureau of navigation, said Wednesday
morning it was not tine, as reported
Tuesday, that Rear Admirals Gherardi
and Walker had been ordered to Val
paraiso, and that tho first named had
been ordorod to assume command of tho
Americrti fleet in tho Southern Pacific.
Senator Halo, a member of tho naval
committee, who is reported to havo ex
pressed alarmist views in consequenco
of an alleged summons to tho stato do-
nnrtrrimif. nf miilnlrrlif n'lifta.lii.r ii.4
positively denied making any such reM
marks. On tho contrary, he declareaj
he did not bee Blaine Wednesday, and
although he was not in possession of any
Our Cost Sale!
As we will move to our new quarters at the corner of Fifth and
Austin Streets about Feb. 1 5th, we do not want to move any of our
winter stock. Therefore we place our entire stock of Clothing, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises on the market at
Except Dunlap hats, E. & W. collars and Scrivcn's drawers. We
hope our friends will take this ad. as intended, that wc mean JUST
WHAT SAY COST. OUR COST MARK is posted where all
can see it, and all prices will be made from it. This price will
enable you to buy a suit for gio.Oo, $12.00 and $15.00 never before
offered for the price. But we will not .attempt to name articles or
prices, but ask you to come and see.
These Prices are for 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
JOSSES t 8l :G0ODL0E'S
The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers.
-atOV A.TJSTI3ST uft-VEISrTTB.
late otllci.il information, lie had no
doubt diplomacy would speedily adjust
thepietent difHculty with satisfaction
to the United States.
While the cabinet as a body did not as
semble for deliberations Wednesday,
tho joint presence of Blaine, Elkins and
Tracy at tho white house Wednesday af
ternoon boio a htrong resemblance to a
meeting of the cabinet. They remained
in conference with tho president for a
long time and General J. W. Foster was
called on for consultation. The discus
sion related to the Chilean affair, but the
question mostly under consideration was
tho character of the president's message
Secretary Tracy received a cable mes
sage from Commander Evans Wednes
day haying tho Yorktown with the Refu
gees on board would sail from Valpar
aiso Wednesday night for Cullao. This
is regarded at tho navy department as an
indication that affairs aro quiet in Chile
at prebeut. While Commander Evans
was given full (liberation, it is taken for
granted ho would not leave Valparaiso
u mere wus any necessity lor ins pres
ence thero, except in purbuunro for or
ders direct from the navy department at
Tho Unfll. ., ..(i (bo Kldcr.
NkwYokk, Jan. 21. Tlio Herald's
correspondent at Valparaiso cables as
follows: Tho United States cruiser
Yorktown sails tonight for Callao, Peru,
with tho BjUinueedist refugees. As I
cabled you last night tho Chilean au
thorities, despite tho denials of official
knowledge ofHhe refugees leaving tho
American legation, 1 rally provided de
tectives to gum d their passage. Fur
thorpioof of their knowledge is easily
obtained from tho nowspapor repoits.
The latest news about tho steamer
John Elder. Cnntnin Porrv. is that tho
Teasel is a total loss. Tho passengers,
mail and crew were baved by tho Bhip"
boats and are now in Concepcion. Tlio
British worship Poinen and the Chilean
steamers have gone to tho assistance of
tho wrecked vessel. Tho Cleary opera
company, which had conducted o tour
throughout the south American repub
lics, were among the passengers. Tho
exact spot of tho wreck is Ciirrnnzu
Capo, 200 miles from Valparaiso. It is
also said that part of her cargo has been
Tlio story sent out that tho refugees
from tho American legation won) aboard
tho Elder is absolutely false.
Why It AVua Nut Sunt.
Washington, Jan. 21. It is said that
tho le.ison President Harrison did not
send in his Chilean message Wednesday
is because Minister Montt went to bee
hiui and asked him to give his country a
little more time.
Another rumor is that England hap
told Chilo that she ought to apologize
and make rotmration and that if she did
not havo tho money to do bo that coun
tiy would advance it. Tlio mossago ia
now not looked for possibly before next
week, though no one is prepared to say
why this is tho case.
MY STOItH, 025 Austin
baking powder loo a can.
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soiiiN'B-ii'ic j:vi:nt ntr.i:
I.octurCN lit I'lillo Hull llvory Nlelit
next WiigIc I'otirtli Vli.ll to IViicn
of tlio Worltl'N illokt Imminent
Prof. Win. Windsor, LL. B tlie
loading exponent oi tho Boienoo of
Plironolojiy, will givo a grand oourso
of free lectures ot Pliilo hall, oorn
monoing next Monday uigbt, mid con
tinuing durinc tho week. Tho lec
tures will be illustrated with portraits
of noted characters, skulls, busts, otc,
and public examinations of leading
citizens selected by tho audienoo.
The following is the programme for
tho week .
Monday night "l'hronology, its
Principles and Proofs."
Tuesday night "How to Become
Rich ; or Ohoico of Professions and
Wednesday night " Matrimony
and CourtBhip Mado Easy." At this
looturo Prof. Windsor will examine
scrornl young- ladies anil soloct hus
bands for them from the audienoo.
Thursday and Friday, :) p. m.
Free lectures to ladies, "Health and
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at
8 p. m Free lecture to men only,
"Magnificent Manhood," "Mistakos of
Married and Single Men."
Private Phrenolouical examinations
daily at Now McClelland Hotel.
Rooms on first floor. Hours, 10 a. in.
to G p. m. For a fow dayH only. f
Good heavy buggy, with pole good
as new and sett double harnens for
$00 Call 708 Austin Avenue and
boo it W. II Kivbtt.
f 1-21 1 times
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