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V0L4. NO 182.
WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 11. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
Our Cost Sale
ALL IS AGAIN QUIET IN THE TOWN
OF EL RENO.
INSPECTION INVITED TO OUR SPRING STOCKS WHICH
ARE NOW READY IN 42 DEPARTMENTS.
Footwear for Gentlemen. - "
Wc have opened our three new lines
for spring at
$3.00 a pair.
$4.00 a pair.
$5.00 a pair.
These Shoes are made with strict regard to the wants of our trade
and will make the most satisfactory shoes at the price that have ever
been sold. The styles are new, goods fresh, and we are satisfied
that any puschascr of these shoes will save at least $1.00 a pair.
Ladies' LowO nailer Shoes, :
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IS A DOLLAR MADE.
LET US HELP YOU SAVE
Our splendid facilities enable us to give yon the best value
for your money. We have the largest assortment of
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
The old Oraml ItuUdina, Xorih of I'luta,
The finest vohiclea and horsce in the
'ty. Call carriages for ladies a spe
cialty and when desired, ladies can
have a driver in hverv. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.
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
Spring stock now open. Some very
pretty and tasty styles on exhibition.
Store closes at 6:30 p. in.
Saturdays at 9:30 p. m.
satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
Secretary Noble Trlcci-aplis Inspcctoi
Wlctzi'l Tlmt Notice riiru TtcIijw or tho
Vorc-niiiii Cane IIiik lloen I'llei! In tlin
Gutjiuie, O. T., Feb. 11. All is quiet
at El Reno today, nml ninny of the in
truders nro leaving quietly. Tomorrow
all lot jumpers who roiuahj will bo
driven oil tho property by tj forco of
deputy United States marshals. Secre
tary Noblo telegraphs that .'all pur
chasers will hold their property
I-ot Jumpers Must Vneate.
Washington, Fob, 11. Secretary No
ble has received telegrams staling that
tho town of El Reno, O. T., is in a state
of excitement, owing to a recent de
cision of tho departmeAt holding for can
cellation entry of one Foreman for a
largo tract of land adjoining Itho now
town of El Reno. Jumpers an) said to
havo token possession of tho tract and
aro attempting to oust persons who ac
qxrired title through Foreman. Thu
beoretary has telegraphed Inspector
Wietzol of El Reno that notice Jfor a re
view of tho Foreman caso has tfecn lilod
in tho department, and until tho ques
tion of review is decided Foreman's
rights must hold. It is expected that
at least three weeks will elapso
before final action is reached., A bill,
tho secretary bays, will boon po favor
ably reported to congress confirming tho
rights of innocent purchasers.' All lot
jumpers on tho Foreman tract will bu
compelled to vacate at oneo.
Education In tho ChoioUee Nation.
Taulequah, I. T., Feb. 11. Tho
spring bessiou of tho schools of
tho Cherokee nation oiwned with
an unusually largo attendance.
Tho Cherokees havo over 100 primary
bchools and four graded schools, with a
total attendance of nearly 3000 pupils.
The male and fouialo seminaries aro lo
cated at this place and were erected at a
cost of nearly $300,000 each. The school
system of tho Cherokees is tho best.
Everything is free to the pupils, includ
ing board, books and tuition. Tho
teachers aro also paid by tho nation.
Every branch of study usually taught
in tho primary and high schools of tho
states is taught in tho Cherokee schools,
and tho Cherokee who grows up with
out an education can only attribute tho
fact to his or her own lack of energy.
There aro nearly 200 Cherokee maidens
now in attendance at tho female sem
inary and nearly as large a number at
tending tho male beminary. The Cher
okees also havo an orphan asylum,
where all the common branches of study
A Sherman llouxo Attached.
New York, Feb. 11. Blumenstein
& Ilusch havo obtained an attachment
for $0300 agaiiibt tho proporty in this
city of M. Schneider & Bros., dealers in
dry goods at Sherman, Tex., in favor of
the First National bank of Ithaca,
Mich., on the grounds of a disposition of
property. Tho firm made 11 deed of
trust Jan. 8, giving preferences for
Altai cliIstH Kxeriitotl.
Madrid, Feb. 11. Four anarchists,
Busigni, Sargetilla. Lameta and Lobri
jano were executed early this morning.
They were escorted to tho plaza by a
number of guards and priests and be
foro an iminouso crowd of peoplo
mounted tho platform. A few momenta
later tho garot, consisting of brass collar
had broken tho necks of tho four men.
"Win-nine to Ilotlon 011 lloraoriiclni;.
St. Loins, Feb. 11. Tuesday after
noon as a large number of attendants at
East St. Louis races were returning across
Eads' bridge, ono of them, an unknown
man, suddenly mounted tho railing and
jumped into tho river, revolving several
times in tho descent. His body has not
been recovered. It is bulioved ho was a
heavy loser on races.
Grunted Their Demand.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 11. General
Manager Robinson of the St. Joseph and
Grand Island railroad has granted the
domands of tho griovanco committee of
conductors and brake men asking sched
ule wages, which will pay 3 cents a mile
and 80 cents an hour for over lime.
llloine Will Not H.lu-n.
Washington, Feb. 11. Secretary
Blaino's attention was called this morning
to a story telegraphed from Washington
lost night thatho will shortly resign from
tho cabinet. Blaine promptly and em
phatically said: "Tho btery is false.
There's not u word of truth in it."
As we will 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 we place our entire stock of Clothing, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises on the market at
Kxccpt Dunlap hats, E. & W. collars and Scrivcn's drawers. Wc
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 jSio.Oo, $12.00 and $15.00 never before
offered for tl c 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 tlie KliST HAKUAlNb come lirst.
Remember this actual COST SALE will be from day to day
next week at
30JMES : & : GOODLOE'S
The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers
Tin) (I re i' 11 GiiihIi Swindle.
Philadelphia, Feb. 11. Richard
Clarkbon, alias Cronin, giving his ad
dress as Brooklyn, has been arrested
hero on a chargo of swindling on Jan.
20, A. Q. Linderof Wrightsvillo, Ga.,
by means of tho green goods game.
When Clarksou was boarched green
goods circulars wero found upon him,
also a telegram from John G. Ecklar of
Jeffersonville, Ky., making an engage
ment to meet him in this city. Ecklar
was at tho Hotel Waverly and placed
under arrest and taken to headquarters
where ho will bo held as a witness.
A Display In tho Ilt'iiiuim-
Benton, Minn., Feb. 11. A wonder
ful display was observed in the heavens
at midday. A bright luminous band
encircled the zenith and extending from
tho sun on each side four largo balls of
light almost as brilliant as tho sun huug
at intervals on the circle, presenting
tho appearance of an imincuso electric
light. Bright rainbows intersected tho
space within tho circle. Tho weather
was slightly hazy though tho turn shone
bright. Tho phenomenon continued for
more than an hour when it gradually
Lotteij OIUVlalK Indicted.
Boston, Feb. 11. All officers of tho
Louisiana Lottery company havo been
indicted by tho grand jury in tho United
Status circuit court. Warrants havo
been issued for their arrest. A deputy
United States marshal will leave for
Now Orleans to make tho nrrests.
Nuwpokt, Ark.. Feb. 11. Lake
Oourtnoy, who killed a man named Wil
son at Blackwell's sawmill two months
ago, has been acquitted. Tho evidence
showed that Courtney killed Wilson for
uttering vile things about his (Court
llrnkoman Killed liy u l.nnryur.
Sedalia, Mo., Fob. 11. William
Parmaloo, an attorney of this city, shot
and instantly killed J. W. Congdon, a
Missouri Pacific brakeuian, Tuesday.
Tho trouble grow out of 11 garnishment
liled by Pannaleo against Cougdon's
Havana, Feb. 11. Tho Soutliom
Paciiic company's steamer, Hutchison,
bound from Now Orleans for this port is
aground ono milo from tho entrance of
thi3 harbor. She went ushoro during a
Dim Moines, Feb. 11. The Capital
city opera houso block was burned last
night. Several adjoining buildings wero
damaged. Total loss, .V.',000.
ar. n: 'Do youih, Hio California na
tional committeeman, never travels
without Mrs. Do Young, and sho has at
tended tho last two national conven
tions. For horbclf sho docs not care ut
all for politics, bnt nover fails to grow
enthusiastic whon Mr. Do Young is in
terested. Sho is a prptty blond with
dark eyes, vory popular in California,
and is entiroly American in everything.
THE YEARS WEIGH LIGHTLY.
Ileimirlcnhln anil Vigorous Old Ac of n
D I nil ngu lulled IlucUeyo.
Onunf thu most active of tlio campaign
ers In Ohio last fall, next in tlio candidates
for governor themselves, wiw General Sam
uel V. Carey, who will foe, seventy-eight
j em h old Fob. 18 next, lie made twenty
three speeches in twenty days, on one oc
casion speakingiti the afternoon ami riding
twenty-live miles In a carriage to keep an
nppoiuttnent for that evening. -For- bin
age he is one of the most vigorous mo 11 In
OKKKIIAI. 8AMUKL I". CARKY.
thu state. He has 11 reiiwirkalilu record.
Ho went on the stump in the Harrison
campaign nf ISO) for the Whig candidate,
and kIiich then has minle over 10,000 polit
ical speeches, though not always for thu
same paity. lie wan a Whig, then a Re
publican, leavlug that party on tho John
ho'i Issue, in 1807 he was elected to can
giessasan Independent Republican from
tho Cincinnati district, defeating Richard
Smith, then editor of thu Cincinnati Ga
zette, and succeeding It. 11. Hayes In con
gress. He wiih a Di'inocratioVamlldntn for
lieutenant governor of Ohio .villi Hill
Allen, and in I8TH candidate for vice presi
dent with Peter Cooper on the Greenback
ticket, being led to that by his opposition
toTililcn, O'u 1 ho tariff reform issue lie
returned to the. Democratic party, hut wiih
against thufite hIIvit plank in tlio Ohio
platform of that party last fall.
He was born in Cincinnati, studied law
and was appointed Mipremu judge of the
state by the legislature, liefnro ho wastweu
t-one. He Is thu oldest living past most
worthy patriarch of tho Sons of Temper
an co of North America. He has been chief
of stair of three Ohio gmernors. He Is
cousin to Governor Kenton, of New York,
and of Alice and Phosfoo Cart , , thu pott
camm, and a relative of Anna Loulbu Carey.
In their day he was un liittmato friend of
Henry Clay and the celebrated Tom Cor
wln. He singles nut two occasions of his inont
remarkable Hpceehes. Ono was at Albany,
during the war, when he addressed 10,(X)
people until half past 3 o'clock In thu
morning on thu Issues of tho war. The
other was during a visit to England In 16C1)
and 1870 In the interest of tlm Temperance
National Iteforui league, when he ad
dressed an audience determined by card
admissions to have numbered A.lM.lu thu
Crystal pa luce, London. He Is an earnest
advocate of temperance by moial suasion
u AguiiiBt prohibition.
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