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VOL.4. NO. 191
WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 22. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
MEXICO'S PRESIDENT
MOIJlIf,
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'S SOFT and STIFF
2 50 - EACH
At this PRICE wc offer a choice of over one thouasnd Men
SOFT AND STIFF HATS in all shapes that have been selling a
,53,50 and $4 each. All first quality goods and Stylish Shapes.
Every man who needs a hat should now make his purchase.
$2.50 s EACH.
New Spring Styles in STETSON, KNOX and other well
known makes of Hats now ready. Inspection invited to our new
SPRING STOCKS of
ME:n:S WEAR
SANGHTTTROS.
"Waco, Tezas.
THE ALMIf HTY DOT I ARI
f-las Beep Used
To a wonderful advantage in the purchase of this season's
Stock, and has accomplished for us truly surprising results.
(JUr New Onnrlq liavp arrireA onrl nr or-a nmir nff: 1.1.
best bargains in Furniture ever placed before the people of
You can not afford to buy a Bedroom Suit until you
have seen our New Goods.
fl FEW FRIGES
IN PLAIN FIGURES:
Our $27.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $12.50.
Our $37.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $15.00.
Our $47.50 Cheval Suit is the best value we ever offered
and saves you $20.00.
Our new line of Wioker Rockers and Fancy Chairs is
we most attractive ever shown in tliis market. Latest de
signs, largest stock and lowest prices.
Our new stock of Sideboards is full of wonderful values:
li a 1 """ " " uv, auu yuu ire very
nam to please if our $30.00 Sideboards are not fine enough
for you. b
until you
you will
WACO
have seen the latest thing out. We have it and
want it.
FURNITURE COMPANY
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
SSA SSINS ON THE WAY TO TAKE
THE LIFE OF DIAZ.
IIpxIpiiii ll(iili!iils r Sun I'rancltco
(lii-utly i:cllc(l lij tlui Merles r.Mun-
llfl (idlllr oil till- SlllljfCl (iiirxii Itrcog-
nii-il in 11 ItcMuiniint.
San Fhancisco, Poll. 22 A man
liiiuictl Manuel Gomez unfolded a re
miukuhlu tulo to a member of the Mexi
can 1 evolutionary sympathizers, a party
which is dormant in this city. Gomez
hailed from New York, whoro it is al
leged he held conferences with a number
of Gaiza's adheients. and claimed to bo
en i onto to cany out a plot to assassi
nate Pie.sident Diaz, He is described as
a man with a peculiar expression in his
his eyes and a laij;e mouth.
Whatever may be the fact in Gomez's
fait', circunatantial evidence has proved
beyond doubt that theie is a revolu
tionary faction in this city. The le
poited depaiture of the man Gomez cre
ated excitement among the Mexican
population licit, who seem to believe
that plots innumerable are on foot to
Ret rid of Diaz. Among the well known
Mexicans now in this city is an ox-member
of the Mexican congress, Senor
Manuel Sanchez Facio. This gentleman,
it is said, exercises influence over a cer
tain faction in that country. He is pre
Mimably in exile for some political of
fense and a number of his countrymen
aver that ho is seriously opposed to tho
present executive.
The most surprising piece of informa
tion, based upon good authority, is that
Garza was positively in this city about
three weeks ago, and, it is claimed, i
still in hiding in this state. The newn
has been kept remarkably quiet, and
would probably never have been made
public had not a reporter been ap
proached by a man giving his name as
Duranzo, who averred thai ho saw
Garza in a local restaurant. An inves
tigation disclosed the fact that the Mex
ican government had been apprised of
the minor and had enough faith in the
ttory to justify it in putting forward
every effort to obtain a clow as to hii
whereabouts while in California. Hoi'
believed by the Mexican government to
still bo in tho vicinity of San Francisco.
The man Duranzo said theie was only
one reason ho had to doubt bis eyes in
tho matter of seeing Garza; tho lattei
had a large scar on tho back of his head
which was not appaiout upon the sus
pect. Till! OlllllH-lll Tl-11-.t.
Cedak Rai'IDs, la., Feb. 22. E. R.
Crowell, manager of the big oatmeal
mill at this place, in an interviow said
there was no truth in the article in the
Chicago Tribune, which stated that tho
oatmeal trust was compelled to sell its
products for less than cost, and that it
was in danger of going to pieces. Ho
said that while competition was very
sharp and prices low, their products had
not been sold at a loss, and even though
tho trust should raise the price, it would
not come out of tho consumer, but out
of the retailer, who is making big profits
just now.
Mr. Crowell said that tho company
held its meeting in Akron, O., a few
days ago, and tho leports submitted at
that timo indicated that it was in a pros
perous condition, financially and other
wise, and that everybody seemed pleased
with the lesults of tho vear.
lie IiU impel Sprukpr Cllftp.
Sai.i:m, 111., Fob. 22. During tho first
part of last August a prominent young
farmer, residing oue mile north of hero,
William Rich, left his mother's homo in
a deranged condition and was lost to
tho woild nearly two weeks, when he
returned as mysteriously as ho left
home. Sometime ago his relatives hero
tent him to Now York, thinking a
change of scenery might bo good for
him. A telegram has como tiom tho
Now York lelatives that the young man
had left there. Word was also received
that ho was in Washington city and that
ho was caught following Speaker Crisp
around for tho purpose of killing him.
It is paid he was arrested and locked up
uy tno Washington autnorities as a
crank. The caiiso of his derangement
was overheat in the hayfield last summer.
St. 'I.oiiN IlttlpgatPN.
St. Louis, May 22. Mayor Noo
nan appointed Georgo D. Capon, Wil
liam B. Thompson, Chris T. Vonderaho
and Thomas Scott to represent tho com
mercial intoiest of St. Louis in tho
Transmissippi commercial congiess,
which will bo held at Now Orleans Fob.
23 to 20.
The Sjunler Will Kent.
Wasiii.noto.v, Feb. 22. Speaker Crisp
has gono to Fortess Monroo for a few
UayB' refit.
We take pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that about
Marcli 1st; JSt&xt
We will?occupy the Store Rooms, corner
Fifth and Austin Avenue, Nos. coo, qo2
ms.and 5045 with a
Complete Assortment
Of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Ladies
and Housefurnishing Goods, Clothing,
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods, Trunks
Valises, Etc. Respectfully,
htttinghill, Jones & Goodloe
peaker
One-Fourth Off.
A Record B
Wc will, beginning Monday morning, the 22d inst., and continu
ing for THE WEEK, inaugurate
AGreat 1-4 Off Clearing Sale
To make room for our Spring Stock now on the way. This will
be the
OBUBATE&CST SSSriJP
For BARGAIN SEEKERS ever offered. For this Week
Wc will give you off from our regular low prices on our
Entire stock of DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS, NO
TIONS, TABLE LINENS, LACE and PORTIERE
CURTAINS, SHOES, etc. In fact, our
KTIRJS : STOCK
Will be offered this week for yA off (except our Domestics
and Prints). This Means
1.00 FOR 75c.
Remember that ours is a strictly ONE PRICE STORE and all
goods arc marked in plain figures.
Everything this Week at 1-4 Off
THE
EflDER
500 AUSOMN VE.
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