The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 151, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 5, 1892 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL. 4. NO. 151
WACO TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 5 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
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Bf ( oil
We have taken inventory and
IN ALL OF OUR
We shall make an effor to reduce our winter stock lower than ever.
With this in view we have reduced prices all through the stock.
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.
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We invite you to visit our immense newly-stocked furni-
ture emporium and malce 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 fail to prove interesting and in-
structive to every visitor. We will take pleasure in showing
yott through mtr stock whether you are ready to make pur-
chases or not. Oitr special displays will be continued
through the Holiday season and our store will remain open
until 9 p. m. to accomodate those who cannot visit us'during
We have left nothing undone tn 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
bepreseuted to each lady visitor this week and a
WACO FURNITURE COMPANY
CORNER SIXTH AND JACKSON STS
now open the year 1892
1 RlnPMUlS 4
MR WITH CHILE
Is the Very Latest from Those
00L. J. PAFvKEE READ OF 0HI0AG0
Willi Him Itrvn I.lhig in Cllllc S.ijr All
Tiillt r Wnr Is Hush mill We Mimilil Mil
Asliuiiii'il to Whip Chile 1'buu'm All-
lioliitmmit it M Intuitu.
Ni:w Yohi: Jim. 5. A Valparaiso ca-
blegram to tin' Herald loads thus:
I leant on reliable authority tho fol-
lowing important facts legariling the an-
swer Njnt by Senor Matta at tho t.i ii lie
was mini ter of foreign affairs to Presi-
dent Harrison's message and which wan
cabled to Chile's ministers in Europe and
America us the provisional government's
reply to tho United Stales. It appears
that at a meeting of President Monti's
old cabinet called to discuss President
HatiiFon'p message Minister Malta was
authorized to reply to it. He wrote out
a dociunont and cabled it to the Chilean
minister tit Washington Senor Moult
without ever having shown it to Presi-
dent Montt.. In spite of this omission
Minister Matta in sending u message to
Minister Egan on the same subject.
states that the document was the official
utteratue of the Chilean government.
He made a siniiUt statement before the
senate. When the truth was known it
was then too late for President Montt or
the other membets of tho cabinet to dis-
avow tho responsibility for the curt tone
of the reply and at the same time avoid
giving offence just then to tho radical
party of which Senor Malta was leader.
Now however tho radical party as
well as tho leading members of congress
are fully inclined to disavow and disown
the retired ministers words. The pres-
ont ministry is preparing another docu-
ment as a substitute for Senor Malta's
undiplomatic letter. It is stated tho
German empeior will bo sought as an
arbitrator in tho Baltimore care but
that before this is acceded to by tho
United States an apology will be asked
from tho German minister Ilerr
Gutschmidt for certain alleged undiplo-
matic ptoceedings on his part toward the
American government's representatives.
Tho new Chilean craKer President
Errazuriz went on a trial trip to-day
with a muub'or of government officials
Mail Orderly Bradley of tho York town
who disappeated mysteriously after hav-
ing been sent ashore on Dec. 29 to bend
a cable dispatch and who it was thought
might have been killed by persons inim-
ical to tho Americans has been hciud
from and it turns out that there is a
woman in tho case. It is said that Brad-
loy and tho woman have left Valparaiso
for some unknown place.
Tall; il War iHltusli.
CuiCAao Jan. 5. Colonel J. Par-
Parker Read at present in this city litis
been living from time to time sinco 1870
in Chile. In an interview ho said there
was no fear of war with Chile. "My
wifo and four children" said ho "tiro in
tho city of Valparaiso and 1 feel just as
safe about them as though they were hero
in Chicago. My wifo and son keep mo
posted upon tho feeling entertained by tho
Chileans toward this country and I feol
euro it has not changed of lato. Chilo is
a young bright proud and energetic
nation. Naturally enough her eoplo
love tho United States aa nearly akin to
themselves in progress and enterprise."
"But it was a mistake to bend Egan to
Chile" continues Mr. Head. "There
tho leading men are of English birth and
patentageand naturally look with dis-
favor on Egan. Aa the representative of
tho United States ho is treated with duo
res'tcet hut wo cannot expect more. All
talk of war however is bosh and wo
should bo ashamed to whip Chile. Hu-
miliating it would bo for us lo attack
Chile and what would we gainV Chilt)
is a proud beautiful little country and
tho United States is too big to engage in
such iietty business and thoro is too
much manliness in Americans to pitch
into a little country that is standing up
for what it considers to bo its rights. As
to tho Baltimore incident tho Chilean
courts tiro investigating tho affair and
wo may bo euro that if an apology is duo
us wo will got it without Hiking. Nat-
urally tho peoplo tiro our friends and
look to tho United States with pride as
tho highest exponent of civilization."
Will Awult lli'HiiltH.
Washington .Inn. 5. Tho eorrea-
pondenco which tho piesident promised
to congi ess relating to tho attack upon
tho Baltimore sailors at Valparaiso is not
to be sent in tomorrow. In fact there is
reason to believe that soiao days will
elapse beforo tho public will know offi-
cially just what passed between the de-
partment of state and Eagan on one side
JONES & GOODLOE
Listen if low prices will sell you we will sell you this coming week. We
will start the ball with a lot of men's suits at $S.oo worth $12 00. Sec them
Our 610 f 12 fto $if $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 Wuco.
The prices are $5 S 10 12.50 i5 IS and 20. Sec them.
Knee Pants at 20 cents fio 75 $1 1 2') 150 and 175. See them.
Shirt waists at 25 a nts 40 fo 75 and $1.00 world oenters Pee them.
Underwear at 50 cents 75. $1 ilTt 1.50 up to U 00. See thtni
nt bbek socks at 25 cents fto. 70 $1 00 and i.fto. See them
Neckwear at 2ft cents 5o 75 $1 00 1 20 and i.fio h'inest in Waco. See them
While full dicss shirts. New: just the thing Si 75 See them. See them
'' hat lot of white star shirts we are closing out at do cents.
It you want bargains come SHE '1 IiriM
Be Get Otltsjp Oracle?.
come before they are all gone.
If anything was ever calculated to add to the mi rriment of a merry Christ-
mas it is our elegant display of Watches Diamonds .lawelry 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 souice.
405 Austin Avenue
Livery and Transfer Stables.
Oo W DAVID
The old Orand Bullcllnrr North Plaza WacoToxas.
The finest vehicles and horses ii. the city. Call carnagis for ladies a spe-
cialty and when desired ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and satislaction guaranteed. JJorses
boarded mi reasonable terms.
and tho Chilean minister ol roretgn
affairs and Minister Montt on the other.
Tho unofficial announcement of tho prac-
tical completion of tho judicial proceed-
ings in Valparaiso and tho intention of
Chilean legal authorities to punish tho
three Chileans convicted of participation
in tho assault has given sati.sfatiou here
and is generally legarded as 11 distinct
concession by tho Chileans' to tho United
States showing thero will not in all
probability bo further undue delay in
tho disposition of tho case.
These tidings have not as far as can
bo learned been officially made known
to Blaine by Montt and it may bo that
Montt will await tho sentence of the con-
victed Chileans before he piesents to the
secretary the conclusions reached by tli6
judicial authorities of his country. 'With
mutters in this promising condition it is
therefote unlikely that 11 distuibmg ele-
ment will bo introduced in tho negotia-
tions by the publication of official cor-
lenpoudence. Koi;t y. A1I1U CiiiiiIii;; lliiuir.
Wasiiinuto.n Jan. fi. Representative
Mills has so far uncovered his health as
to undertake a trip to his home in Texas
whither he started y'estetday acootii-
panied by his son. He will bo absent
from the city probably ten days or two
Vali'auaiso Jan 5. Tim procurator's
report on the Baltimore nailers' incident
completely dispels the false charges
againt tho police of this city of attack-
ing tho American sailors. It appears tho
Iolico did not arrive on tho sceno until
tho riot leached perious proportions.
SiirriuiilftM'il lf the Cmniirr.
Yonki-.hs N. Y. Jan. fi. Train dis-
patcher Ossman and Brakeman llerrick
tiro huld responsible for the Hustings
accident on tho Now Yoik Central.
They surrendered to tho coroner and
"00th were ut once admitted to bail.
'I III III;lll til lllMM'Ut
Kansas City Jan. (5. In tho case
against Recorder of Votes Ousley Judge
Kloror decided that tho jKilitical parties
had tho authority to inseet tho registra-
And it was the biggrs' order Panta
Glaus was ever call d uprn to honor
You can have no idea of tbeihsulay
we are making in VV atel c-s Diamonds
Jcwehy Silveiware and Ait Goods
unless you com and look at it To
compare it with previous Christmas
offerings is out of the question for
nothing like il has ever previously
Don't stand on ceremony the
time t f your disposal is getting lipii-
ted Yiu can take your pic't now
JV lCvi!hj Cut.t.
Nnw Youk Jan. fi. Seldom in tho an-
nals of the Now York polico coutt has
there been such a revolting case heard as
in fho Yorkvillo court.
William P.irroll 21 years old who
lives with his nevly-wedded wife Mary
aged 15) in West Fotty-fifth street lold
tho cottit they were awakened at !l
o'clock in tho morning by some one
breaking into their apartments. On tho
instant sovon young loughs rushed into
tho boiliooin pulled him out of bed and
fhicatenod hint with death if ho mmlouu
outcry. Ho broke away liom tlietn
however uiiil ran out to the streot in his
nightdress and shouted for help.
Hearing screams front his wife's room
he rushed back to her assistance only to
find her struggling in tho embrace of 011.1
of the thugs. Before lie could reach her
side howov er ho was seized by wiverul of
tho others Mho held him and compelled
him to witness a sight that cannot bo
(W-ribul in words for into after an-
other would ravisher her.
The pom- woniuii fought des'ioratelv
but lior uwailanta brought her to iii-
BeiiHibility and accomplished their pur
Policeman 'Jrunnou entotivl tho houso
when tho ruffians fled all but one whom
tho officers succeeded in capturing. iJ.i
proved to he Ricluud Kane 80 years old
Eleventh avcuue. The ofllcors rang for
an ambulance from tho Presbyterian
hospital and the surgeon who accom-
pamd it found tho woman very badly
injured besides suffering greatly front
nervous prostration. Sho declined to go
to tho hospital and was attended at
homo. Sho Iikh been in an exceedingly
critical condition all day.
Justice Ryan committed ICano for ex-
amination Wednesday next.
His six accomplishes nro not known
hut the police heliovo all of them will bo
tindor unost before the day ut for Kane'
Nice pure ami white lard in bulk
10 cents per pound at CulH'ENB
corner Fifth and Franklin.
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