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XHTJllTjlSHEn JULY 10, 1HX8.
Entered at Vie Pottofllee at Hiiro, Texan, as Heeoml Clam Matter.
VOL- 4. NO. 177.
WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY b. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
Special Sale-Ladies' Chemise.
Muslin and Cambric, Trimmed Lace
and Embroidery, perfect workman
ship, were $i and $1.25, all atTj
Extra good quality, choice novelties,
the greatest bargains ever sold, hand
made and other styles, were $1.45,
$1.50 and $1.75, all at E
Children's 'Muslin Underwear Special Sale,
Entire stock thrown on our counters at one-third off
regular prices. This is a great labor-saving sale for
mothers. Passenger Elevator to second-floor.
Every night except Saturdays we close at 6:30. Satur
days, 9:30 p. m.
IS A DOLLAR MADE.
LET US HELP YOU SAVE
Our splendid facilities enable us to give you the best value
for your money. We have the largest assortment of
I3XT TIHCE ST-A-TE.
WACO FURNITURE COMPANY,
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
O. W. BfkNJB
The 0I1 Old,!! liuHtlliia, Xortlt uf l'laza,
The finest vehicles and horses in the
city. Call oatriagos for ladies a spe
cialty and when desired, ladies can
have a driver in hverv. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and satisfaction guaranteed
boarded on reasonable terms.
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Money to lend on Vendors Lien Notes.
Money to lend on Pawns.
Money to buy Notes, long or short time.
Houses and Lots for sale on Installments.
We will now contract to build residences
BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE
PEREIR,Ui6, 1 S PATRICK
And They Have a Very Pleas
OVER REGENT UNPLEASANTNESS,
Tin-vtmiiirr i:ni inifll Arrive at .Monle
vliW'ii rnim Itullliuoif Willi 11 Cm so nl
'oul rr Shins of Admiral WiiIIum's
Siiiliulron-,M In imit Taking Vuiiitluli.
Nrcw Yokk, Fob. 5. A cablegram
from Valparaiso to tlit Hurald is as fol
lows: Kenor Poreira, minister of foreign af
fairs, culled on the United States lega
tion and jersonally thanked Mr. Egan
for Mr. Blaine's recent dispatch accept
ing Chile's reply to the ultimatum on
the Baltimore affair as satisfactory. The
meeting between the two diplomats was
apparently of the most friendly charac
ter. The offices of the Democracia at San
tiago and the Opiwsition at Valparaiso
liave been cleaned out. The two papers
are regarded as unfriendly to the pres
ent government. The former was at
tacked by a mob and short work was
made of the office. In the case of the
latter it is claimed that some military
officers who were passing the office woio
insulted from the windows and then as
saulted with iron bars and pistol shots.
They broke into the office, smashed tho
furniture, "pied" tho typo in the forms
and otherwise wrecked tho office. Both
papers, as well as La Republica, whoso
office was cleaned out yesterday, issued
small fly sheets protesting against the
action of the mob as a violation of tho
liberty of the press.
President Montt, with Captains Gor
ings and Simpson, has gone to Talca
huano to inspect the new dock and to
plan forts for the protection of tho har
bor. Tolcahuaho is to be made a naval
Captain Goring, the late commander
of the Imperial, under Balmaceda, has
arrived here from Peru. Ho was ar
rested and placed on board tho gunboat
General Valesquez is still a prisoner
on the cruiser Errazuris.
The cabinet ministers are taking their
Our Cost Sale
As we will move to our new quarters at the corner of Fifth and
Austin Streets about Feb. 15th, 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 we 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 $io.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 sec.
These Prices are for Cash,
As it is less trouble to move than books. We 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
J0MES i 8l : G00DL0ES
The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers
THE WACO NATATORIUM.
Tim Ottbotut) Scuiulal.
London, Feb. 5. Mrs. Florence Ethel
Osborne, for whose arrest on a charge of
perjury a warrant was issued, is in the
bunds of the police about to leturn from
Iruin, Spain, to surrender to the authori
ties of her own volition. She suys she
does not wish to inflict further ruin on
her husband, Captain Osborne, who,
unless she came back and answered to
the charge against her, would be com
piled to leave the army. Captain Os
borne married tho lady after Mrs. Ilar
grave charged her with tho theft of
jewels, out of which charge a slander
suit grew, resulting in Mrs. Osborne's
disgrace. He was a firm believer in her
innocence until tho indisputable proof
of her guilt was placed before him. He
has stood by her in all her troubles and
after she arrived at Iruin, expressed a
willingness to join her and accompany
her in her flight to a. inoro remote region,
if she so desired. It is said Mrs. Os
borne expects to be confined in May.
Upon her arrival at Dover on the chan
nel steamer from Calais, the lady who
was believed to bo Mrs. Osborno camu
ashoro, accompanied by a detective.
They took tho train for London.
Mrs. Osborne started for England in
company with her husband to surrender
herself, but the detectives intercepted
her at Gare du Nord. Upon reaching
London she was taken to tho station
charged with obtaining money under
false pretenses. She remains in custody,
bail being inadinissable in her case.
Suppii-galni; a Iletolt.
LaPaz, Bolivia. Feb, 5. In the dis
trict of Puei to Peres, tho Indians have
revolted and have destroyed many housed
and property. Troops have been sent to
tlio disturbed districts. Thoy have cap
tured several of the leaders of tho revolt
and are rapidly puttiug an end to the
In tho approaching presidential elec
tion tho Liberals apparently have the
advantage over the clericals.
There have been heavy floods in tho
district of Potosi, owing to the excessive
heat melting tho snow aud the cereals
have been destroyed.
KnelHiiil'H Dead Dlrlnr.
Mk.ntonk, Feb. 5. Tho coffin con
taining the remains of Rev. C. II. Spur
geoii was taken to tho Scotch church
Thursday. An impiessive service was
held over the body. Upon conclusion ot
tho berviees the coffin was conveyed to
the railway station for conveyance to
A Great Institution Advantage
ously LocatedA Good Invest
ment. Tho Waoo Natatorium is now an
assuted fact. The truth is, there has
been no doubt for months in the
minds of tho projectors that this in
stitution would devolope into a reali
ty. Tho location cannot bo duplicated
whon it comes to the advantages ro
quired for suoh'an enterprise. In tho
center of tho city, near tho principal
hotels, within a fow blocks of all tho
depots and the handsome Cotton Belt
only ono blook away. One block irom
the post office tho federal building;
only throe blocks from tho county
court houso and about tho samo dis
tance from the city hall. It is in plain
view of Austin and Fourth tho
great center of business and travel
the middlo point between tho throo
big hotels. These faots are enough.
Any person who considers tho
enterprise from a business standpoint
is bound to see in it an investment with
a promise of at least 25 por cont profit
and in less than ono yoar from this
day tho owners of the Waco Natatori
um will bo assured of the handsomest
dividend paid by any enterprise in
this town. P.issengcrs can cotno in
on the west bound Cotton Belt at
10:45 take a ten minutes bath and go
out on tho 11 o'olook train. Passou
gers on tho east bound oan do the
samo thing. Passengers on any of
tht. roadB will have time to visit tho
Waoo Natatorium get the most delight
ful bath to bo had on earth and oatoh
tho next train out. .
WINDSOR LL. B.
thi: i,.ts'r iii'i'oii'ruM'rv,
I'rof. Win. AVtndkor, I.. 1,. II , I III)
Duilncnt I'lirrnnlnclhl will' Ha
muli! In Waco till. IVneli Only Con
xiiltittlnii Dully at tlin JVtm nio
arrested for Robbery.
Charles Rogers, and his
accused of robbing tho
of Herman .Schmidt, at
mond a short time ago and wero traced
to this city by Constable Love of
precinot No. 5, Ilobineon county.
The constable, in company with Po
licoman Waircn, Btartod out this
morning to hunt their men,
and wero successful in spotting one of
thcni, Clias. Ilogers, and made the ar
rest. A big six-shooter was found
upon his person and ho was conveyed
to the calabcose for safe keeping, till
the arrest of tho other robber oould
be rn ado. Just before ho was looked
up ho gave his partner away and offi
cer aro on tho hunt for him. Ho will,
doubtless, bo apprehended by tho
timo we go to press.
A great deal depends upon tho
Board of Trade of Waco.
Rushing, Tokay, liurgundy and St.
Juliono wines reduced from fiOo to
3f)o per bottle at J. A. Early's.
Prof. Windsor oontrols tho largest
phrenologioal praotico in tho world,
and is the most popular lecturer now
on the Bcientifio platform. He is ac
knowledged to bo tho highest author
ity on tho subject nf phrenology and
mental sioencc. He will lomuin m (he
city this wcok only, and may be con
sulted for privato phrenologioal ex
aminations at the MoClolland hotel,
rooms on first floor. Hours, 10 a. in.
to G p. m,
Procuro and roid "Tho Soienoo of
Creation." This is Prof. Windsors
great work on marriage, horodity and
parentage; price 5. All persons mar'
ried, or contemplating marriage,
should proouru Pof, Windsor's Great
"Health, Wealth and Sunsbino," or
"Indigestion Cured," is another of
Prof. Windsor's valuable publications,
These musicians all nee tho beauti
ful ten cent sheet music sold by Unit.
Bkos. All tho latest melodies,