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VOL. 4. NO. 183.
WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 12. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
FREE COINAGE MEN
Our Cost Sale
LOSING NO TIME IN THEIR EFFORTS
TO FORCE BLAND BILL
INSPECTION INVITED TO OUR SPRING STOCKS WHICH
ARE NOW READY IN 42 DEPARTMENTS.
Foolwear lor Gentlemen. :
Wc have opened our three new lines
for spring at
S3.00 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' LowQ nailer Shoes. :
Spring stock now open. Some very
pretty and tasty styles on exhibition.
Through tho limine of Representatives
Democrats of the West Malting u Sorlimi
Attempt to ltejieul the I.uvr l'rovldlnij fm
tho, Payment of Sugur UouiitlcK.
Washington, Fob. 12. Tho frco coin,
age men aro losing no timo in their ef
forts to force tho Bland bill through tha
liouso of representatives. Tho follow
ing petition, addressed to tho committed
on rules, was circulated and freely
signed by tho free coinago members of
tho house: "We, tho undorsigned, mem
bora of tho house of representatives, re
quest tho committee on rules to sot
apart a time for tho consideration of tho
bills of tho committee on coinage,
weights and measures for tho freo coin
ago of silver."
Chinese, Inclusion 11111.
Washington, Feb. 12. Tho session of
tho commit tee on foreign affairs wua
consumed by a discussion of tho Chinese
exclusion bill before tho committee.
Tho immigration committee rcortcd
tho Chinese bill and there is a conlliet of
jurisdiction over tho subject, the foreign
aitairs committee holding, as tho meas
ure involves a treaty of obligations, tho
foreign affairs committee has charge of
bills relating to tho Chinese question.
Asking fur Statehood.
Washington, Feb. 12. Tho house
committee on territories accorded a
hearing to a delegation of citizens from
Oklahoma and the Indian territory fa
voring Delegate Harvey's bill enabling
the people of Oklahoma and tho Indian
Territory to lorm a constituion and stato
government and bo admitted to tho
Union as one state.
As wc 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 wc place our entire stock of Clothing, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises on the market at
Store closes at 6:30 p. in.
Saturdays at 9:30 p. m.
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Except Dunlap hats, E. & W. collars and rScrivcn'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 sec 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 continuq OUR
COST SALE through next week, and perhap.s longer. If you would
get the BEST BARGAINS come first.
Remember this actual COST SALE will be from day to day
next week at
JOJES s & : GOODLOE'S
The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers
IS A DOLLAR MADE.
LET US HELP YOU SAVE
Our splendid facilities enable us to give you the best value
for your mone'. We have the largest assortment of
I3ST TUB STATE.
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
To Investigate OiisiM Wurlc.
Washington, Fob. 12. Tho secretary
of tho interior appointed A. G. Connor,
appointment clerk of tho department,
and Georgo Evans, disbursing oflicer, to
examine into tho condition of tho work
of tho census offlco ami uncertain its
Hiring Sen Commission.
Washington, Feb. 12. Tho Bering
sea joint commission met at tho stato
department for tho first timo for busi
ness. Tho proceedings aro becret.
Mr. Crliincll Confirmed.
Washington, Fob. 12. Tho senato in
executive bession continued William
Grinnell of Now York to bo third assist
ant secretary of state.
Springer Wmil Hill.
Washington, Feb. 12. Tho Demo
cratic members of tho ways and menus
committee held a conference at which
tho agreement reached by tho special
committee on tho Springer wool bill was
discussed. Shively, Bryan and Whiting
were absent from tho city and for that
reason no conclusion was reached.
enue, belongs to tho jurisdiction of tho
appropriations committee, and it is
likely if any action is taken at all it will
be to report it back to the houso and
recommend its rcferenco to tho appro
Washington, Feb. 12. Mr. Paddock
appealed to tho senato not to adjourn
over till Monday, a motion to that ofTect
having been made in the printing bill.
Ho said it had been dragging its slow
length ulom for weeks and seemed
likely to do so for weeks to come, and
ho was but waiting to got it out ot tho
way in order to briny; forward an im
portant measure known as tho "pure
Mr Cockrell took exception to tho dis
respectful way tho printing bill was
spoken of. It was a very important
meaiuro and ho thought it was being
pit-sswl even too rapidly. Tho motion
to adjourn till Monday was agreed to by
!5G to 20.
Ttie old Oraud Huildliw, Sorth of J'laza,
The finest vehicles and horsrs in the
oity. Call carriages for ludiep a spe
cialty and when desired, Indies can
have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.
satistaction guaranteed. Horses
The Texas Savings Loan Association,
Sioi.o6i.33 NET ASSETTS.
Wants to Sell You a Tlomo on the Installment Plan,
or Build you a Houso by contract, or wo will buy jour
Vendor's Lien Notes. Wo on examine your tittle
and Close up business tho samo day of Application.
TZUTO 3D. MLAJWESXJn,
War on tho Sugar ISountjr.
Washington, Feb. 12. Tho Demo
crats of the west aro to make a serious
attempt to repeal tho provisions of tho
McKinloy law providing for the pay
ment of bounties on sugar. Mr. Scott
of Illinois introduced resolutions in
structing tho ways niul means commit
tee to report a bill providing for such a
repeal and asserts with conlidenco that
a majority of tho Democratic members
will favor tho bill, although conceding
there will bo considerable Democratic
opposition from cano sugar districts of
tho bouth, possibly from tho boot sugar
districts of tho west. Tho resolution
declares a payment of a bounty upon
biigar as a gitt of gratuity by tho gov
ernment to ono class of persons engaged
in private enterpriso is a burden which
is borne largely by tho agricultural pro
ducers of tho country together with tho
vast army of wago workers.
Tho resolution further recites a de
cision of tho bupremo court of tho
United States by Justice -Miller that "to
lay with ono hand tho power of govern
ment on tko property of tho citizen and
with tho other bestow it upon favored
individuals to aid in privato enterpriso
and build up privato fortunes is no less
than lobbery. " Tho resolution con
cludes: Resolved, that tho committeo on ways
and means of this houso bo and aro here
by instructed to report a bill repealing
tho provisions of the law providing tor
tho payment of all bounties on sugar.
Chairman Springer of tho ways and
means committeo said: "I think tho
parliamentary way to reach tho sugar
bounty is through tho appropriations
committeo." It is tho opinion of Chair
man Holniaii as well as of Messrs.
Springer, Wilson and others that tho
subject, being ono of reduction of ap
propriations rather than raising rev-
Washington, Feb. 12. Tho attend
ance is daily growing smaller and this
morning tho empty seats aro far more
than those occupied.
Washington, Fob. 12. Tho Canadian
reciprocity negotiations were oontmuei
this morning at tho stato department
Tho meeting lasted a little over an hour
Secretary Blaino and General Fosto.
were in attendance.
Miss IMItelie.'11'h Coiresnomlence.
PrrrnuiKi, Feb. 12. It has just been
developed that Alice Mitchell of Mem
phis, tho girl who murdered Freda
Ward, hor friend, has been carrying on
a correspondence with Thomas L. Roger,
a young man ot this city, for six months
under tho naino of her victim, through
u matrimonial paper. At tho rcquost of
tho chief of polico of Memphis Roger
Bent her last lettor, tho only ono ho pre
served. rive Ilumlred IIiisvIiiiih.
Nr.w Youk, Fob. 12. Five hundred
Russian" arrived hero on .Tim. !!(), on the
Bti'iiuir'r Mantilla and wghtv were wut
to nif lo.lrfing huuH til tho Uiii.t-d Ho-bit-w
. hin 'ti('j and otlurn went to intif;
ing Imu-'cs in Miulmon and Vc i--stivcls.
I'ltlceli of tlliiKt at the In l-,-ti;
liouM jf tho uiiiied Ilebri'W ihii.un"
wero taken uh typhu (ever. lk-altli
oIHci'M arc now v itiiiK other lodging
houses. Filiv un-e.s have Imuii found.
ST.Josi:i'H,Mo.,Fob.l2. Tho St. Joseph
oat meal mills, owned by S. J. Burns
& Co., have been closed under a deed of
trust amounting to $00,000. Tho whole
sale and retail Hour and feed store
owned by tho samo parties has also been
closed to samo creditors. Assets, $!10,000.
Tho Des Moines Manufacturing com
pany is ono of tho heaviest creditors.
A Lively Mill.
Sroi;.Ni: FAi.ia, Wash., Fob. 11.
Harry Jones ot Spokano bested Bill
Nowell of Philadelphia Wednesday
nit;ht in six rounds at the Spokano Ath
letic club. Jonos was much tho lighter
man but made a groat tight for three
ours and fifty minutes, tho stakes
and gate receipts amounting to $000.
A Hi'gilliir Old hpoit.
FAini'irxi), 111., Fob. 12. An old gen
tleman from Keokuk, la., caino hew
and met an old lady for the first time
and fell desperately in lo with her.
Ho proposed, was accepted, secured a
license and married tho lady in thirty
minutes after mopting.lrer.
Fintii Waul .Mil ril er.
Minimis, Feb. iCVAppliontinn for a
writ of habeas corpus i tho ease of
Lillio Johnson, tho iilloged accessory in
tho Ward-Mitchell murder case, has
been made. Thohtyiring will probably
come up today. Mis Johnson's en mi will
probably consume bovoral days. Tho
insanity proceedings against Miss Mitch
ell will histwmio timo.
Dl'Uhlt PolKiinecl CnllVo,
Wichita, Koh., Fob. 12. A messago
from El Dorado nays that forty persons
attending a banquet given there today
by tho Daughters of Rebokah wero
poisoned, hupposedly from soino foreign
Hubstanco in the eofiee. Sovoral doctors
wore shortly on the sceno and all tho vic
tims wero boon out of danger.
Ordered to Honolulu.
Washington, Feb. 12. Admiral
Brown, commanding tho Pacific wpiad
ron, lias beon ordored to proceed in the
flagship San Francisco, now at San
Diego, Cal., to Honolulu. Tho Pensa
cola has beon ordored homo.
Killed by 11 Holler Kxplntloh.
Dayton, 0., Feb. 12. Tho boiler at
tho saw mill of Jacob n. Kisling, nis
miles from horo. exploded, killiiiK two
men, William Kisling, bon of tho pro
prietor, and a hired man named Shriovc-docker.
i;ieven Clilnmnen indicted.
Dkadwoop, S. D., Feb. 12. Tim
United States grand jury indicted eleven
Chinamen for using tho mails for tho
transmission of lottery tickets and liter
ature. Tho evidence is positive and they
will bo convicted and punished probably
by a fine of $500 and a term in tho peni
tentiary. Iteeolver Ailillcl I 'or.
Diixvini, Feb. 12. Applications have
been made in tho district court for tho
appointment of a receiver for tho Dou
ver, Lakowwd nnd Goldon Railway
company and that an accounting bo had
between said cpnuMiiy and tho .TufTurson
KnVWJjei liilt.U'..iU. vrm?n
Chicago, Vohl 12. Tho United States
Rolling Stock company's 111011, whose
juy is three weeks in arrears, quit
Washington, Fob. 12. For Toxos
Cooler und fair Friday.
Danville. Inrt., claims to m"j!18
rcBtdeiita tho larit man In the m orld.
Ills nnino Is John Hanson Crnlg.nnil lie UO
fwt Siucuca high, uv! ni i'ou,lds-