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JtBTjlllZlBItJlJi JVZX 10, 1888.
Entered at the I'oitofflcent Waco, Texag, as Second Class Matter.
VOL. 4. NO. 201.
WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 4r 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
PJ1M SPECIIi B1'3
In Medium Qualifies,
At liow Prices.
Whip Cord Serges 30c a yard
Bedford Cords 14c a yard
Diagonal Mixtures 14c a yard
Bias Novelty Weaves 35c a yard
Choice Challies iSc a yard
34-Inch Cashmeres 19c a yard
38-Inch Cashmeres 29c a yard
JPlaid Worsteds 12c a yard
All of the above are in the New Spring Shades and
Colorings, and prices 25 per cent, below value.
.QANGER - BROS.
fas Beep Used
To a wonderful advantage in the purchase of this season's
Stock, and has accomplished for us truly surprising results.
Our New Goods have arrived,
best bargains in Furniture ever
You can not afford to buy
have seen our New Goods.
Our $27.50 Cheval Suit
Our $37.50 Cheval Suit
Our $47.50 Cheval Suit
and saves you $20.00.
Our new line of Wicker Rockers and Fancy Chairs is
the most attractive ever shown in this market. Latest de
signs, largest stock and lowest prices.
Our new stock of Sideboards is full of wonderful values:
Our $18.00 Sideboard saves you $7.00, and you are very
hard to please if our $30.00 Sideboards are not fine enough
QQ Ml BOY A FQbDONQ BEQ
until you have seen the latest thing out, We have it and
you will want it.
WACO FURNITURE COMPANY,
Sixth and Jackson Streets.
Large Lot of Remnants of Dress
Goods at Half Price.
and we are now offering the
placed before the people of
a Bedroom Suit until you
Saves you $12.50.
Saves you $15.00.
is the best value we ever offered
An Englishman Resents an Insult
10 His Wife.
A SENSATIONAL EXPOSURE IN
Chicago--A DrctNiiinkliiK' Emli
lUliiuout Unit MmiKBlca Goods
From KiiRlnutl Young Women
Employed With fluttering I'roml
c, but Uscil to Defraud tho Jov
oriimoiit Ktito Itoilly riKiircN aa
Ucfondint In .Important Ciivoi
Chicago all llrolio Up,
Chicago, March 4. A horso whip
ping hero has lad to a government
investigation into tho alleged whole
sale smuggling of imported dress goods.
Yesterday S. C. Wade, a young En
glishman soundly castigated J. A.
(Jummings manager of Kate Reillys
fnshionablo dross making establish
ment of this city claiming that Gum
mings grossly insulted his wife who
was employed in tho place. Ho ulso
alleges that his wifo any many other
young women woro intioed to leave
England by Reillys representatives
who promised them large salaries and
also induoed them to smuggle largo
quantities of wraps and parisian robes
whioh Mr. Wade olaims was the only
object in bringing them over. He
has laid this information before the
authorities who have visited tho place
and sooured several re bos whioh it is
claimed Kate Reilly herself smuggled
to thiB country. They propose to
make an investigation of all the goods
in tho plaoo and seize all that havo
not paid duty, Mr. Wudo has givon
tho authorities a list of tho names of the
women who havo been brought to
America to Kato Reilly's and who ho
claimes brought over from $2500 to
$5000 Worth of drosses and wraps
without paying Uuolo Sam his fees.
Kato Reilly, or Mrs. Major Griffin, as
alio is known in London society, iB
among tho celebrated dress makers of
tho world. In London she is court
dress maker in Piccadilly. Her hus
band is an ex-major of the English
army and foderal inspector of pris
ons She also has a fashionable
establishment in Now York. Mrs.
Wado says she was hirod in England
by Major Griffin and sent to this coun
try with $3000 worth of goods whioh
sho smuggled through the Now York
custom house and landod frco of duty
in tho Now York establish
ment. Sho avers that it is
tho coustom of Kate Reilly
to bring over young women to smug
gle goods and discharge them after a
short timo to mako room for others ,
thus violating not only tho customs
law but tho alien labor law as well.
Mrs. Wade madesimilar accusations
against other fashionable dress makors
in this city and JNow lork.
Tile CliilrilK Situation.
Nirw York, March 4. The Herald has
a Valparaiso special ns follows: There
is great anxiety here to learn if tho
United States intends to ask Chilo for
all of tho indemnity claimed hy tho Bal
timore sailors and published in tho dis
patches. In response to tho news about
tho indemnity claims exchange is rap
idly failing. Tho Chilean government
has informed all inquirers that it has
received no intelligence officially to the
effect that such claims will bo pressed
by tho United States. There is great
surprise among bankers and their mer
cantile houses in this city at tho amount.
Its largeness causes great comment.
From a number of interviews it ifi
learned that Chilo will be extremely
glad if tho United States will romhvo its
present officii! representatives and sub
stitute a committee of disinterested ier
sons to investigate Uio Baltimoro affaii
and other questions.
Tho real cause for a part of tho cabi
net resigning at last Saturday's meeting
was that of tho cabinet and council of
state only a few judges belonging to
the conservative party were appointed.
Carlos Walker Martinez told mo that he
resigned because ho thought tho judici
ary ought to havo a better representa
tion from his party (tho conservative).
Isadora Irremcriez, ex-minister of for
eign affairs, said to mo that so long aa
tho liberal party cannot control a lar
We take pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that about
We will occupy the Store Rooms, corner
Fifth and Austin Avenue, Nos. 500, 502
and 504, with a
Complete - Assortment
Of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Ladies'
and Housefurnishing Goods, Clothing,
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods, Trunks
Valises, Etc. Respectful )).
Whittinghill, Jones & Goodlo
majority than it now lias Giilo would
continue to witness theMi political cri
ses. Thero is a working majority of the
eoiiMU'vithv parly, while tho liberal
wing is t'onijKi'.pd of thw factions onlj
temporarily combined and liable nt any
nt.iiiii-iit to split. There is r doubt
that thi'MO efPiirtu of Piesideut Dlo'itt t(
retain a homogeneous ministry is a mo.M
l'li'lialrnK tin Win.
13KUMX, Mnivh -I. The iciclistag be
gan discussion on the bill empowering
the government to proclaim a statu ol
siege in Alwieo-Lonaiuo in the event oi
war or serious danger. Several speeches
were made declaring that Alsace-Lor-raino
is in a perfectly tranquil condition
and is rejoiced to be a member of the
Gorman empire. Tho projwsed law, it
was said, would be a source of fresh
mortification to Alsatians and disturb
France. The government urged that there
voro momentous reasons in favor of tin
measure. It was finally referred to i
committee of twenty-one members.
WATCHED ND CHAINED.
An Incident That Occurrod In the
A very pleasant and interesting
little episode attracted the atten
tion ol a number of occupants of
the Provident building this morn
ing, in the office of Col. Parrott.
He-called in the supervising ar
chitect, Mr. B. Haentzschel, and
presented him with a handsome
solid good eighteen carat
watch and chain. In doing this,
Col. Parrott made a very nice lit
tle speech, conveying to Mr.
Haentzschel the confidence that
he and the Provident company
had in his integrity and fidelity to
the interests of the company. Mr.
Haentzschel was overwhelmed
with surprise and graditude and
his thanks beamed from his honest
face and eyes. On the inner case
of the watcji is engraved the fol
lowing: "Presented to 13. Haentzschel
for faithful services."
March ist 1892.
1 tf '
Items and communications Intended
(or till department obould bo sont to
No. 800 North Twelfth street or tele
phoned to No. SO. ou or before Friday
afternoon of each week, In order to
receive proper attention. Nows
notes reoolvod after 10 o'clock Satur
day morning cannot appear until the
noxt wook, howovor much wo may
reirrot tho delay.
MAN FROM WACO
Buncoed Out of Ten Thousand In
SOLD HIS CATTLE:; FOR CASH
Itut Proved Hlmnclf to bo n. (.rcat
. Suclior A Fiiindiilont llrolcor
C'ntlioH IIlH'Oliock iv 1 ill Mlim of
2reon 1'uiier A ValUo Villi of
ITIoiioy nni;;rVot"n. Cent of Vuliio
Tlio Sllolccst Job of tho Auo.
Wasiiinoton, March 4. James L.
Sypcrt who lives noar Waoo, Texas,
has notiCod the authorities hero that
ho was robbed of $10,r10 in Now
York day boforo yesterday. Ho Bays
be brought fivo oar loads of oattlo to
Now York, got a chook for tho above
amount and started homo. Passing a
brokor officio at 474 Canal street bear
ing sign of E. J. Warren, ho was ao
oosted by a man who drow him into
convocation and the oauso of his visit
induood him havo his chook cashed
Tho money was ostensibly put into an
old valiso whioh the broker kindly
gavohim. His now found friend ao
oompanicd him to tho depot and got
tho valiso checked for him. En routo
horo Syport bcoamo uneasy and pre
senting tho chook on arrival, oponod
tho valiso, finding tho box oontainod
only slips of grcon paper. The Now
York authorities have boon notified.
I,S NEA'MJN NIIOHTV
A County Trtiuuter AVIio will bo
MautinsviUjE, Ind., Maroh 4. It
is announced that Charles Soaton is
short in his account as treasurer of
Morgan county to tho amount of
$8,000. Shortage csporta state that
his peculations ex teed over a period
of twenty yoara. Mr. Scaton says tho
shortage if any, io duo to a olorioal
error whioh he ia prepared to rootify,
In any case, ho courts investigation.
Drs. Wilkes & Wilkos and Dr. J.
R Forroll havo fitted up a suite 0
rooms in tho now Provident building,
second floor, where thoy may bo found
in future Telephone at offioo and
residences. Slatea at Old Cornor Drug
13 uy Egan'a Indian Territory coal,