The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 155, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 9, 1892 Page: 1 of 8
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YOL. 4. NO. 155
WACO TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 9 1892.
50 Cents Per Month.
Our fat s
Offers the following bargains for this the second week of
our winter clearing sale :
Men's $2.50 Underwear at $1.50 each.
Men's $1.75 Underwear at $1.00 each.
Men's $1.00 Underwear at 50 cents.
Each Lot Has Several Styles.
Cotton and wool
25 Cents a Pair.
Reduced from 35 and
15 Cents a Pair.
Reduced from 20 and
Heavy cotton and
8 Cents a Pair.
Or 90 Cents a Dozen.
Men's White Laundered Shirts at $1 Each.
Shield and Plaited Bosoms worth $1.25 and $1.50 each.
Specie! Itafe of Merg's HandkePQiiiBfs.
At 124 cents each white and colored borders H. S.
Men's camel Boys' Hofcs
Special Sale Now Going on.
CORNER SIXTH AND JACKSON STS.
Livery and Transfer Stables.
Mexican Revolution Talked
About by a Man
WHO UUDEESTANDS THE THING.
The old Orand Bulldlntr North Plaza Waco Texas.
The finest vehicles and 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 satistaction guarantetd. Horses
boarded on reasonable terms.
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Money to lend on Vendors Lien Notes.
Money to lend on Pawns.
Money to buy Notes long or short time.
Houses and Lots for sale on Installments.
We will now contract'to build residences
TInTO id. matpield
BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE
The Wily llivnlutliinlit Skips Around
with Such 'Impunity There lit no Know-
ing In Willi! St-itlon Up Will Turn Ut
On the Rio via Lari:do Tox. Jan.
9. The luck of specific news from
Qarza creates the impression of ;i calm
before the storm. The wily revolution-
ist has skipped about with such im
punity that there is no knowing whora
he will turn up next.
It seems to lie generally believed that
he is backed by the clerical party in
Mexico who are aiming at a partial
restoration of church supremacy. This
with the disaffected elements from one
class and another who are always ready
to grasp a change with the ideas that it
cannot Ixs for the worst gives him a
support of no mean proportions.
The fact that ho has been able to livo
and support his band without raids or
robbery shows that ho is either receiv-
ing funds from some source beyond his
own revenue; or is supported by sympa-
thizers on both hides of the river.
Private letters from Monclova indi-
cate that the towns surrounding are con-
siderably worked up over thq movements
of the daring revolutionists. The failure
of the Mexican government to effect his
capture or drivo him from the country
has given rise to the belief that he is
stronger with the ieoplo than was for-
merly credited. The fact that Garza
has respected private projierty has in-
vested his undertaking with a respecta-
bility and dignity which a policy of pill-
age and robbery would havo destroyed.
Either President Diaz has had the tal-
ents and inilneneo of Garza underrated
him or has greater confidence in the
stability of the government than is en-
joyed by many of tho inhabitants of the
northern frontier or he would take
more vigorous steps to suppress tho in-
That there is much dissatisfaction
among the people against the heads of
soveral of the state governments notably
that of Coahuila if common reports be
true there is no doubt and tho central
government is held responsible for this
state of affairs and the people are anx-
ious to have reform carried on in their
The feeling is not against President
Diaz personally as it is against tho state
officials who in many instances it is
claimed are tyrannical ami oppres3i v
toward the people. JS&aiK88BW
Tho laboring classes are burdened with
so many taxes that as they become edu-
cated they are beginning to reason and
think for themselves and to struggle to
get out from under the load.
Tho governing clashes have not ap-
peared to realize tho change which the
enlightening influences of tho railways
have effected in the last ten years and
tho change which tho wmtiment of the
Ieople have undergone in consequence.
The demand for a moro equitable distri
bution of tho burden of government is
beginning to be heard and the voice of
any ieoplo j-.ibt beginning to taste tho
sweeta of liberty is dangerous to
President Diaz' name will go down in
history as one of the most progressive
and enlightened of Mexican statesmen
but having by his wonderful talents
opened tho eyes of hispeoplo to the bless-
ings which progress and enlightenment
brings and having given to them the
fruit of tho tree of knowledge and and
taught them tho value of liboiiy and
good government it would bo a danger-
ous experiment to deny them their ad-
vantages. If as charged tho Mexican people are
incapable of t-elf-govcrmnoct tho lesson
in republican ideas of liberty which has
been taught them for tho last few years
will prove dangerous to vbo ieaco of the
country. Iteforms will bo attempted
aud it will be a blessing to tho peoplo if
those in power are wibo enough to seo
the drift of public sentiment and grant
peaceably that which otherwise must
come ultimately by forco.
Garza individually is comparatively
unknown and personally has but fow
adherents but tho principles of equal
taxation just laws a freo press and a
free ballot and a government less cen-
tralized in its form ate becoming dan-
gerously popular and Ins advocacy of
theso reforms has rnnuM for him a cer-
tain amount of reipeot which may in-
crease at au alarming rate if left un-
checked and unheeded.
Tho Goddess of Lilwrty whose hab-
itat is upon American soil and whom
Uie Mexican peoplo havo so often wooed
JONES & GOODLOE.
Listen if low prices will Bell you we will sell you this coming week. We
will start the ball with a lot of men's suits at $8.00 worth $1 2.00. See them.
Our 810 $12 5o $iB $18 and $20 suits in Cutaway and Sacks arc the best
value that money can buy gce them.
Best line of men and boys over coats in Waco.
Tho piiccs are $5 8 10 12.50 i5 IS and 20.
Knco Pants at 20 cents &o 75 $1 1 25 150 and 175.
Shirt waists at 25 cents 40 5o 75 and $1.00 world beaters
Underwear at 50 cents 75. $1 i2b 1.50 up to O.oo.
list black socks at 25 cents 5o 70 $1.00 and i.5o.
Neckwear at 20 cents 60 75 i.oo i.25 and i.5o Finest in Waco
White full dress shirts. New: just the thing $1.75 See them
I hat lot of white star shirts we are closing out at So cents.
If you want bargains come SEE THEM
& : GOODLOE.
407 Austin Avenue.
1EL& Gw-et Otti1 Oi?cte:f
And it was the biggest order Santa
Olaus was eyer called upon to honor.
You can have no idea of the display
we arcmakingin Watches Diamonds
Jewelry Silverware and Art Goods
unless you como and look at it. To
compare it with previous Christmas
offerings is out of the question for
nothing like it haB ever previously
Don't stand on ceremony the
time of your disposal is getting limi-
ted You can take your pick now.
come before they arc 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 .Tawdry 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 somce.
W M- RAGLAND&SON-
405 Austin Avenue
Iff J JVa
in vain and always venerated is becom-
ing stronger in tho affections of the
people as thoy witness tho blessings
which she bestowB upon her northern
neighbor and any leader bo his
uamo Garza or what not who
hoists her banner will find fol-
lowers ready to go to their deaths in
her sacred cause. Iteforms in the state
governments exemption from the op-
pressions and tyrannies of local official!!
and lessening of tho bunion of taxation
upon the poorer peoplo may avert tho
disasters which are sure to come booner
or later if the wishes of tho eoplo lira
disregarded. Mexico of today with its
railway and telegraph lines penetrating
every portion of republic is not the
Mexico of ten years ago and hor rulers
must if the country stays at jieaco real-
izo tho change and shaiio their policy in
accordance with tho times.
Hidalgo was tho father of tho repub-
lic Jaurez tho liberator of tho jK'ople
from the oppressions of tho church.
Diaz has hewn down tho barriers of
trade and ojiened tho way to commer
The HTKKtlU of
II IT FOR SPOILS.
A Cotorlo or Politicians In Prtvato
PLEDGETHE NOMINATIOH TO HILL.
Tlio Uoya 111 the TroiicliCH of UotirNO
Huvn Noililnir to my lor Tlnij' iiro
Not Ilxprcloil 10 Wmit liny Offlcua
To tliU l!onilxioii;iuiti It Coiuo.
Special to Tho Ncwb
Nkw Yoiuc Jan. 9. The fpoils-
men nro getting in their work early
bB will be soon by noting personnel
in the Washington spcoial to tho
Sun Jan. 8 whioh says that "a dis-
tinguished party of Democrats arrived
from Philadelphia last evening. In
tho great and grand the patty werolCx SenatorJWilliam A.
Democratic principle of a government
by tho peoplo is yet to come. If tho
rnlers are wa.se ho will come wearing tho
wreath of peace. If blind to the changes
which are taking place lilierty will
again teach tho lesson which all history
has received that her blessings must bo
bought with human blood.
A Tiwuaiimt .Short
Dks Moinus Jan. 0. It.
eight years treasurer of
county has disappeared with a shortage
of fctiJ.OOO. Ho is also short $1000 at
administrator of the estate of Geo. Itob-
inson. Tho day of his dKapjiearaneo lit
was seen to have a big roll of bills and
his friends claim foul play.
Ho has considerable projierty whicb
has been attached.
Stockton Cal. Jan. 0. A passen-
ger on a stage from Sun Adreas
reports tho stago running botwcea
Makolumuo Hill and Valloy Springs wat
Woilaco Congressman Mutchlcr
Ejkley B. Scott J. M. Guilniy State
Chaiiman Kerr and other promi-
nent leaders. Each roprcHontcd
a distinct and personal
following and extensive finanoial re-
sources. Pennsylvania waB joined hero
by a party of loaders from New York
Ohio Indiana and other western and
southern states. All united in a long
and private oonferanoe at Willanl'n
hotel. JJoforo the conforenco broke
up it was pledged to aid in making
Hill tlio party candidate
Tho determination scorns to bo to
forco Hill upon tho Domooratio party
in spite of bis unpopularity among
Mr. .1. O. 11. Sohmitz is tho only
authorized apent of the "WacoPobt"
stopied by a lone highwayman at the ' and except tho manager none but him
Iint about three miles from Makolumm ' can cou(!Ct money or transact business
yesieruay. inounver sam 1110 rounei rnr tho nwioo Post "
had a shotgun aud mado him throw out
tho express bag and iiImi empty hit
I!l rlrit Nitur Montreal.
Mo.NTitKAi. Jan. 0 Fire almost des-
troyed tho town of Lochute a thriving
manufacturing center sixty miles from
this city. Three hundred houses out of
400 wero destroyed and three-fourths of
tlio inhabitants are becking shelter hi
churches and public buildings which
have witlistood the flames. Loss
Gko. IJkhjio j.d Mansgor.
20 Hock port Jots cold in one day this
wcok. Who will he the next to buy
in Waco addition to RookpOrtV No
hotter investment can ho made.
.1. E. Andkhhon.
Don't buy any weeding present
until you cxamino tho finest lino in
Waco at L. Nkwhuhob
D mi mi ti t Bro's old stand.
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 155, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 9, 1892, newspaper, January 9, 1892; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114658/m1/1/: accessed March 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .