The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 148, Ed. 1, Friday, January 1, 1892 Page: 1 of 8
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WACO TEXAS FRIDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 1 1892.
VOL. 4 NO. 148
50 Cents Per Month
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jNlew Year's Presepts.
FAP2CY GOODS AMD m
f Are showing quite a number of New
Novelties for New Year's Presents and all
other departments being over the rush are
getting ready to take inventory. Previous
to this we are having
A Gpeaf Remnant lak
Of all kinds of Dry Goods and wishing
to close out all the departments to avoid
listing them we will offer some Great Bar
gains all this week. -
The I.clilcli University Hcr.ldcN tn
Cluiruc for I'uturo ScliolurklitiN.
bouth Betiileiiam I'a.Jan. 81.
After today tuition at tho Lehigh
University will ceaso to bo free. This
stop is. said to bo necessary in order to
increase the incomo of tho university
so as to moot tho annual expenditures
required by tho number of students
who seek instruction. This "decision
has oaueed universal surprise as the
prevailing idon is that Judge Packer
tho rouuder of the institution doorccd
in his will that it should forovcrfbo
free. But this is an crroncouRiidoa
as bofore 1S71 tuition was ohsvfied.
Though thoro is no docree that tuition
should be free it undoubtedlyiwaa.tho
design of the founder that tho tuition
should be free to poor young monHOf
lato years wealthy men's sons 'have at-
teudod tho university. f
Suit) at tlio lliiht I.iuc ItlCllrniMl.
SpoolaltoThe News: "
Austin Texas Jan. 1. According
to the order of tho Distriot Court of
Travis county involving the Bast
Lino and the Red lliver Line nWw a
part of tho Gould system in J'Bxas
tho property will be sold'oday. JTho
order whh made foreclosing the jnort-
gage of the bondholders but tho3'oro
olosuro is not to interfere with' an
order previously mado for improve-
ments. All claims against Iho (-road
havo priority over the bonds'. "
JONES & GOODLOE.
L' stenprices will sell you we will sell you this coming week. We
will start the ball with a lot of men's suits at $8.00 worth $12.00. See them.
Our $10 $12 5o 5i5 $18 and $20 suits in Cutaway und Sacks arc the best
value that money can buy See them.
Best line of men and boys over coats in Waco.
Tho pirces are $5 8 10 12.50 16 18 and 20. See them.
Knee Pants at 25 cents fo 75 $1 1.25 I50 and 170. Sec them.
Shirt waists at 25 cents 40 Fo 75 and $1.00 world ucaters Sec them.
Underwear at 50 cents 75. $1 i25 1.50 up to O.oo. See them
list black socks at 25 cents no 75 $1.00 and 1.D0. Sec them
Neckwear at 26 cents 60 75 1.00 1.20 and i.5o Finest in Waco. See them
White full dress shirts. New: just tho thing $1.75 Sec them. See them
That lot of whito star shirts we are closing out at 5o cents.
It you want bargains come
& : G00DL0E.
407 Austin Avonuc.
m petas MMff-1 i3ftt?MHQ$u nw
Bu-r oui pricey
TIic 'zrs Docrcc; '
dpetlnl to Tho News:
St. Pbteiisuubq Jan. 1. Accord-
ing to the decree issued by thffczar
whioh takes effect today the LuVncYan
clergy will bn deprived of tho rijTi t to
appoint or diaohargo tho masters of
Lutheran schools in Russia. A soulal
commission kas been appointed ftofc'-
ainino the teachers in -tho ""German
schools. Should any of tho teachers
display imporfeot knowledgo of tho
llusssian language tboy will bo dismissed.
Alalmiiiii tirainl Trnutt.
SpeclBl to the Now 8.
Montgomery Ala. Jan. 1 Work
will bo begun on tho grading of the
Alabama Grand Trunk railroad todnv
oommenoing at Montgomery. Tho
road is projected to run from Mont-
gomery to Round Mountain on tho
Chattanooga Southern railroad near
tho (Joosa river and tho Rome and
Decatur railroad in Cherokee oounty
Ala. When tho road is finished its
entiro loncth it will increase Mont-
gomery's cotton 'receipts 25 por oent.
He Gets Our.. Order
And it was the biggest order Santa
Claus'was ever called upon to honor
You'canMiaye no idea' of1 the' dis-
play we are making in Watches Dia-
monds Jewelry Silverware and Art
Goods unless you come and look at
it. To compare it with previous
Christmas offerings is out of the
question for nothing liko it has ever
previously been seen.
Don't stand on ceremony the time
of your disposal is getting limited.
You can taku your pick now come
before they are all gone.
If anything was ever calculated to add to the mcrrimentof a merry
Christmas it is our elegant dieplay of Watches Diamonds Jewery etc.
Also please remember that we will sell you goods at as low figures as you
can get them anywhese. Will 'ihe'et'prices from anvjiourcc- ..
W- M- RAGL'AND & SON.
405 Austin Avenue.
Xvw Spiinihh Tnrlir.
dpociul to Tho News.
Madrid. Jan. 1. Tho now tariff
adopted by the cabinet is published
today. It innludes minimum duties
on imports from tho countries having
treaties with Spain and for tho placing
of maximum rates on imports from
other countries. The duty on cork is
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 unques-
able splendor and superiority and we feel sure that a visit to
our establishment cannot lail to prove interesting ana 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. in. 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 will
bepresented to each lady visitor this week and a Holiday
rfct .flail From New York to Clil-
mifo. Special tn Tho News.
Nbw York Jan. 1. A fast mail
train will bo put into uorvice between
Now York and Chioago today by the
Pennsylvania road tho sohedulo timo
between the two terminal points to bo
24 1 2 hours. Tho train will leavo
Now York at 9 a. m and Chicago at
9 p. ui.
Livery and Transfer Stables.
Tho old Orand Bulldinsr North Plaza Waco'Toxas.
The finest vehicles nnd horses in the city. Call carnages for ladies a spe-
cialty and when desired ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
boarded on reasonable .terms.
CORNER SIXTH AND JACKSON STS
Niv ICiiilroitU llcul.
ripeolal to Tho News
Oshkosh Wis. Jan. 1. Tho lease
of tho Oshkosh and Mississippi Rail-
road by tho Chicago Milwaukee and
St. Paul expires today and it will at
onco bo taken charge of by tho North-
western Railroad company whioh has
.Secretary of War IMIiJuw.
Special to The Ncwb.
. Washington Jan. 1. Secretary of
War Elkins will enter actively upon
tho duties of his pow offioo tomorrow.
Ho was hooked to do -so today but as
tho now yenr fell upon Friday he put
it off a day.
Will Uccliiru a Dividend.
Special to Tho News
Boston Jan. 1. Tho Mavorick
Bank which collapsed a low weok-B
ago will declaro a dividend today.
II Wkh EM
S. A. OWENS & SON.
BUGGIES PHOTONS CARTS. AND FAMILT
CARRIAGES.BIG STOCK LOW PRICES.
HOM'TRI? A P. AMI Oct Iho Kcwcsl Host ami Chcaprslhy I) Mug
1JU1N 1 Dili A iMlVl 1 at 705 Austin Sired Ilcforc Iliiyiii".
MOORE B ROTHERS.
Manfacturers 1 Wholesale Grocers.
Alexandre's Bakinsr Powdor.
Alexandre's Pure Bpicea.
Aloxandro'e Java and Itlo Blond CoI'oe.
rooro BroH1 Whlto Wlnu ttud Applo Vlnutfar.
Mooro Bros' Purn Cldor.
Mooro Bros1 Flint Candy.
Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's biiHliiea wo nronow prepared to Ml
orderu promptly. Pntrunlzo Home Institutions. Sustain our ctlorts to make
Waco u Great Manufacturing Contro.
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