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Entered at lht I'ontnfllre at Waco, Texan, as See Matter
VOL. 4. NO. 153
WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 7, 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
We have taken inventory and now open the year 1892
-IN ALL OF OUR-
42 - Departments - 42S
We shall make an eflbr to reduce our winter stock lower than ever.
With this in view, we have reduced prices all through the stock.
We Invite Inspection
Feeling satisfied that our prices will make sales.
Prices On Overcoats
Have been cut more than any other Garments, and every buyer will
have quite a saving.
IN CLOSE QUARTERS.
We invite you to visit our immense newly-stocked furni
ture emporium and make a careful inspection of our splen
did assortment of fine furniture and novelty articles suitable
for Holiday presents. We are showing a stock of uuques
able splendor and superiority and we feel sure that a visit to
our establishment cannot fail to prove interesting and in
structive to every visitor. We will take pleasure in showing
you through our stock whether you are ready to make pur
chases or not. Our special displays will be continued
through the Holiday season and our store will remain open
until 9 p. tn. to accomodate those who cannot visit us during
We have left nothing undone to make our assortment com
plete and you will find it an easy matter to make a selection
from our splendid stock. A beautiful calendar for '92 Hoi
bepresented to each lady visitor this week and a
Garza Will Be Captured in a
JOHN SHERMAN 18 SUCCESSFUL
JONES & GOODL0E.
Listen, if low prices will cell you we will sell you this coming week. W
will start the ball with a lot of men's suits at $8.00 worth $12.00. See them.
Our $10, I2 5o, $i5, $18, and $20 suits in Cutaway and Sacks are the best
value that money can buy See them.
Best line of men and boys over coats in Waco.
The piices are $5, S, 10, 12.50, 16, IS, and 20.
Uv Knocl.s tliu Srniituilul Persimmon Oi
thu l'lrnt' llull.it 111. 1 lW.fMili..l rnii.ll
antes UcJiEued to the Action or KIur Kn,eo Pa.nt9 at 25 CCntS, Do, 75, $1, I 25, 150 and 176
WACO FURNITURE COMPANY
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CoLUiinus, O., Jnn. 7. The Ropnbli
cans of Ohio have spoken and John Sher
man is the next senator from tho Buck
eye state. J. B. Foraker was defeated.
Tho joint discussion convened at 8 p
m. in the hall of the houso of represcn
tatives, and by acclamation Speakei
Laylin of the house was elected chair
A motion was finally adopted direct
ing tho sergeant-at-anns to clear the
The first division of sentiment tooli
place upon a resolution from the For
aker men for a secret ballot. Imme
diately thtj Sherman forces moved a sub
stitute for an open ballot by roll call.
After hours of impassioned debate
substitute providing for an open
was adopted by a vote of 47 ye
nays, three members not voting
In an eloquent speech Nichol
mont presented tho name of John Sher
man. Representative Griffin of Lucas nom
inated Jame3 B. Foraker and Ins speed
was frequently interrupted by euthusi
Reprebcntative Welsh, who for weeks
insisted that he would voto for no one
but McKinley, placed tho governor-elect
in nomination in a spicy speech.
Representative Dicks of Hamilton in
turn nominated Seciotary of tho Treas
The nominations of Sherman and
Foraker were seconded by several gen
tlemen and it was 11 o'clock beforo a
ballot was reached. There was intense
excitement during roll call, and as
doubtful men iccouled themselves they
were warmly applauded by tho faction
with which they voted.
Result: John Sherman 5i5, J. B. For
aker 88, Charles Foster 1 and William
Amid tremendous npplanso Sherman
was declared tho nominee. On motion
of a Foraker man Sherman's nomination
was made unanimous and a committee
was appointed to wait upon both Sher
man and Foraker and invito them to ap
pear befoio tho caucus. Both gentle
men appealed. Sherman made a speech
of thanks and Foraker followed in one
of cheerful lesignation.
A Wulj.iah Cru1i.
St. Lonis, Jan. 7. A disastrous head
end collision occurred at Alladdin, HI.,
on the Wabash railroad between two
passenger tiains, in which six persons
were killed and several injured. Allad
din is the regular meeting placo of both
trains. Tho westbound was at tho sta
tion waiting for tho eastbound, when the
latter came thundering along and crashed
Shirt waists at 25 cents, 40, 60, 75 and $1.00 world ueatcrs
Underwear at 50 cents, 75. $1, i2d, 1.50 up to (i 00.
list black socks at 25 cents 5o, 75, $1 00 and i.uo.
Neckwear at 26 cents 60, 75, 1 00 1 25 and i.5o, Finest in Waco
White full dress shirts. New: just the thing $175 Sec them
1 hat lot of white star shirts we are closing out at 00 cents.
If you want bargains come SEE THEM
. Sec them
. See them
JOfES i & : G0ODL0E
407 Austin Avenue.
And it was the biggest order Santa
Claus was eyer call- d upon to honor
You can have no idea of the display
we are making in v atel es, Diamonds,
Jewelry, Silverware and Art Goods
unless you romo and look at it To
compare it with previous Christmas
offerings is out of the question for
nothing like it has ever previously
Don't stand on ceremony, the
time r f your disposal is getting limi
ted, You can take your pick now,
conic before they are all gone.
If anything was ever calculated to add to the merriment of a merry Christ
mas it is our elegant display of Watches, Diamonds, Jawclry etc
Also please remember that we will sell you goods at as low figures as you
can get them anywhere. Will meet prices from any souicc.
405 Austin Avenue,
as and 44 . tf t3iSS n
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s of Bel) ' I , &Swi&Lo
'jih. t&vif JV"f ? - ISA
clerks at government headquarters eaid
Wednesday night: "The capture ot
Garza is regarded as tho question of but
a few hours, and while tho officers are
guarding tho secret very closely ho litis
been located positively at a ranch eight
een miles from San Diego, and a force
suilicient to insuro his capture is now
out after him. Having been sent out
this morning, I expect to hear tomorrow
that ho lias either been captured ot
slain, probably tho latter, as ho has
boasted that ho will novor bo taken
alive. I believe with his death or cap
ture tho revolution, if it can so bo called,
will come to a sudden terminus."
SnunuTA, Miss., Jan. 7. Nrnl Sims,
tho la-it of the male lino of tho Simsites, ia
said to lmvo taken dinner at his brother-in-law's
houso Tuesday, and a few nights
binco his three daughters and son were
driven away iu a wagon from Campbell's
into the westbound, demolishing both! V0"' wllL'10 t!'oy lliul ,)ecn btu'ib'un
Murines, the linirtrmrn cuirs. mnntaw im.l der 10 protection of armed citizens. It
engines, the baggage cars, smokers and
ono chair car of the westbound train.
Tho list of tho killed includes En
gineer Bouchard, Engineer Wilson and
fom- Italian immigrants, who weio in
the smoker. '2&il'&g8i
Tho injured aio an Italian fcinalo im
migrant, so badly hurt she cannot live,
Fireman Warberis, Fireman D. C. Con
will, Express Messenger Dunham and
Express Messenger E. P. Clough.
Physicians connected with tho Wabash
hospital were immediately summoned
and ministered to the wants of tho in
jureil. Tho accident was caused by an
almost impenetrable fog.
CORNER SIXTH AND JACKSON STS
Old Trotililn Ili-utmt-il.
Nbw Okleaxs, Jan. 7. Thero is wai
again in tho cfimps of tho Grand Army
of tho Republic of this city, or rather
the old trouble in regard to reorganizing
the colored posts by tho whites is again
renewed. Tho decision of tho national
encampment in Detroit a year ago plac
ing tho colored posts on an equal footing
with tho other posts iu tho order was
wormwood and gall to tho older mem
bers and at tho timo intimation was
given of a probablo refusal to comply
with tho mandate
From reliablo sources it is learned
that tho white element havo decided to
withdraw from tho 01 der in proferonco
to sitting in meeting with tho objection
able element. Thero aio nino colored
posts and eight white posts in tho de
partment and tho colored inomborH ma
in a majority of threo to one. It is be
lieved that should tho whites carry out
tho above plan they will join tho Loyal
Ourzu'H Citjituro Imminent.
San Antonio, Jan. 7. Ono of the
It is supposed that they are now in the
Simsito stronghold. All this had cieated
renewed excitement in tho vicinity nud
mounted settlers fully armed aro riding
about both day and night searching foi
Neal Sims, who will bo quickly disposed
ot if caught. Tho Simsito stronghold is
located in Leake county, Miss.
Olil Illultot-y'ii Da).
Nariiviuj:, Jan. 7. Tho following
Tho ladies of tho Hermitago associa
tion whoe mission is to save from ruin
and decay tho homo of Androw Jaclcsou
and guard tho tomb where sleeps tho old
hero, respectfully request tho governors
of tho stated and military commanders
throughout tho Union to honor thu
memory of General Jackson by firing a
salute on tho 8th day of January in
commemoration of tho victory of thu
lutUo of Now Orleans. Rosjiectfully,
Maky L. BAxrat,
C P. WmoiiT, Regeut,
Secretary L. II. A.
Nr.w Okt.ran8, Jan. 7. Tho grippe
has at last made its apcarauco hero. A
mild form of tho influenza of a purely
cattarthal nature has been pievailingfOr
somo weeks past, and wus mistaken by
many for tho genuino gripjK), to which
it presented bomo resemblance Tho
first deaths from tho diseaso aro rojiortcd
this week, thero being two, but tho
deaths from othor throat and lung
troubles number fifty-throe, bringing
tho death rate up to the high iiguro of
89.41 per thousand. Every ono of tho
753 beds in tho Charity hospital are oc
cupied for tho firfat timo in years.
Onli 'ici' mnl t'ovtllWiitlons-TruxtH.
Washington. Jan. 7. -Tho report of
tho board of ordnance and foitifications
embracing operations from 1888 to 1801
wus sent to congrcHH Tuesday. It says
theie aro two great plants at Watervliet
and Bethlehem, whero forging up to 12
inch guns can bo turned with icason.ihlu
disiutch and n gun factor whoio they
can bo finished and assembled. Tho
latest types 8-inch, 10 inch and ID-inch
guns havo been completed and eithor
tested or aro awaiting pi oof. It in ov
peeled that by Jan. 1, IBM, the factory
will hao turned out nine 8-iuch, five
10-inch and two 12-inch guns,
Eleven gunn, H-inch calibio, aro
under contract with tho West Point
foundry and 100 gnus of eight inch nnd
twelve inch ealibro aro practically undei
contract with tho Bethlehem iron com
jiany and wivcnty-thieo twelvo inch r.e.i
coast mortars mo under contract o
Tho types of gnn nnd tho mortar car
riages havo been procured and aio un
dergoing tests. Uouaiderablo success
has attended tho efforts to produeo an
American slow binning piibiuulio pow
der that shall render tho, United States
indeiK'iulent of foreign manufacturers.
A beginning has ln-cn made on tho con
struction of gun and mortar batteries foi
tho protection of oir important ports,
while an advance has been mado alona
the wholo lino of dofeiiHivo preparations,
Four yen ill continuance of similar legis
lation nnd activity and it wjll no longei
bo s.iid that the United SUtos is defeusc
less against foreign powers.
1i 1'riTVi'fit 'I'iiihIii.
Wabiiin(Jtom, J.iti. 7. Mr. Lano oi
Illinoin introduced a bill declaring all
agreements and combinations having foi
their object tho preventing of full nnd
f reo competition in importation, Timimfao
turo und transportation or Kilo of nny
commodities to ho trusts nnd subjecting
them to a tux of an par cent, on tho capi
tal and asbcta. Tho president is also
authorized to suspend thn import tlulici
on articles affected l.y trusts.
HoIiIh Knr oiiuue.
San Fuanubco, Jan. 7. Florence A.
Wutorman, tho Hupixmud wifo of Marion
HetNpcth, tho SI. Louis train lobberj
Mill kcojts an obstinate silence. Detec
tive Tracy of St. Louta is exacted hort
with tho neccNwiry papers for tho mtuni
of tho woman to tlmt city.
Den't buy any weeding pr cents
until you examine tho tiueft line in
Waco at L. Nmvuliio'h.
D innnu & Ilro's old bland,