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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 9 i892
Chanqe of Business Sale.
Places Thirty Thousand Dollars
Fine Clothing, Hats andGent's Furnishing
Upon the Market to he Closed Out
By Fehruary 1st
JKeo:oLAcl.lesjs of Cost.
We have just leased from Mr. E. A. Sturgis the adjoining store (the two
on February 1st the style of the firm will be changed. In order to
that date, we realize that some deep cuts in prices must be made,
In two and three Button
Choice at $9.95.
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Choice of Boy's Knee Suits on our counters, best fitters,
in the city, at $5.75. Call early and get first choice.
Boy's riee pants.
All 65c. and 75c. Croods at 50ct.
All $1.00 Goods at 7&eU.
All 1.25 and $l.TO Goods a $1.
All 1.73 &ood at $1.25.
A line o Star, Manhattan and Wil
son Bros5 Shirts, sold e Isewhere at
$1.25, this sale at T5 cents.
As to Underwear and Hats our prices will make you buy
thein now or not. Now remember that
Never makes an advertisement or quotes a price that he does not carry out to the
letter. First come, first served.
By February ist we will be able to show you the prettiest Clothing Store in
Central Texas. Wishing you all a happy and prosperous New Year, I remain the
J. HANSEL WOOD
123 South Fourth
ilje following f rices :
I On our" Couuters including
Double and Single Breasted Prince Alberts, Kound and bquare
Cut Sacks, in Samonia and Clay
Meltons and Chester Moses Cheviots, form
a er prices $18.00 to $25.00 at only
ANY PANT ON OUR COUNTERS AT $5.00.
Cutaways and Sacks,
from arisla. jsr.
stores to be consolidated) and
close out the entire stock by
but we feel equal to the task.
two and three button Cutaways,
worth $12.50 to $16.50
whether you really need
1 5 fift
vyxuivy j e
Wichita, Kits., Jan. !. In the Peter
son f-chool district in this county is ii
teacher named Henry McCain, whe
thinks his jniwer limitless and whos6
arbitrary ruiohna led to a hitter neigh
borhood light. McCain nrcntly laid
down rules governing his pupils during
play hours. Among llii'in was one for
bidding them tn leave Ihi'M-hool grounds.
A dozen or more of the pupils are young
men of 17 to SO. and these objected ti.
such restraint. WVdmxIny afternoon
John.FawbUhh. one of the big boys, wiif
ordered up to the teacher's desk to re
ceivo a whipping for disobeying this or
der, and when he refused to submit a
pistol was pointed at his head. The boj
quietly walked up to the teacher and
took his gun from him, nnd then knocked
McCain down and hit him with his
own -birch. The directors who apiwinted
McCain were called together and J. T.
Wortliiugton, the chninnan. announced
that the teacher had authority to shoot a
pupil, and declared that had ho been in
McCain's place be would have killed the
scholar. The boy was then dismissed,
and as the people of tho section have
taken sides? in the fight there is yet ex
pected to be trouble.
rim and Koeond Choice.
Baltimohk, Jan. 9. A corps of report
ers from tho Baltimore American polled
the Maryland legislature Wednesday as
to their preferences for president. 01
ninety-ono members in tho houso of dele
gates, eighty-livo aro Democrats. Forty
iivo favored Senator Gorman, thirty-iiva
Cleveland ;uid four Governor Hill. One
was ill. In the senate thirteen Demo
crats pronounced for Gorman, raven fot
Cleveland. Hill in the second choico of
nearly all tho Democrats. Thoro nre
only six Republicans in the houso and
four in the senate, iivo of these tavoi
Harrisou and five are for Blaino.
Wlien Chnricmagno nnd his-" Knights o
tho Kouud Tublo " were milking war on tho
Saracens, in Africa, it frequently happened
that Knights on either sldo would (iRht in
6lnglo combat for tho honor of their ro
Bjioctivo armies. Tho Saracens hnd boon,
for many years, tho sconrgo Urn dreaded
invaders of Europe, nnd all waged war
against this common enemy.
But in theso days tho worst wourgo that
threatens us, is that dreud invader, Con
Consumption fnstons its hold upon ite vic
tims whilo tlioy uro unconscious of its ap
proach. Dr. riorcvR Golden Medical Dis
covery lias cured thousands of cases of this
most fatal of maladies. But it must bo
taken boforo tho di.s.-aso is too far advanced
in order to bo effective. If taken in timo,
and given n, fair trial, it will euro, or inonoy
paid for it will bo refunded.
For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short
ncsB of Breath, Bronchitis, Astlimn, severe
Coughs, nnd kindred niroctlons, it is an une
For all diseases that nviso from n torpid
liver nnd inipuro blood, nothing can tnko tho
place of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. Nothing will, after you havo seen what
it does. It provents and cures by removing
tho cause. It invigorates tho liver, purines
tho blood, sharpens tho nppotito improves
digestion, and builds up lolh btrength and
flesh, when reducod bolow tho btandaxd of
Sold by druggists, ovorywhora.
It you want Jresh oystors Horved in
a tempting msnnor, call at the Wo
man's Exchange, 113 North Fourth
One four room houso and two lots
ICOq Franklin street.
P. G. Smith.
A Sure Curo for Plies.
Itching piles are known by moisture
like perspiration, causing intonso itch
ing when warm. This form as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding,
viold nt onco to Dr. Iiosanko's Pilo
Remedy, which acts direotly on parts
afTectcd, absorbs tumors, allays itching
and efleots a permanent euro. SOots.
Druggists or mail. Cironlars free.
Dr. Bosanko, 32!) Arch St., Philadel
phia, Pa. Sold by W. B, Morrison
Have you not hoard about it??
Well, I am bellino,
20 pounds granulated sugar for $1 00
Perfection corn (best in tho world)
for 12 12 cents per can.
3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10
ceuts per can.
Arbuoklo's coffee 22 1-2 ots. ber peot.
Irish Potatoes 25 cents per bucket.
Beat patent flour $1.40 per sack.
Toe S. Thompson.
J-w.mp in..t Ilia
Local Time Card.
tflionrl Kiimna A Toxiti.
uppngrr Train! South Bound,
No, nrrlvi'H.... 12:10 a.m.
No. 1 ivttvt-a 12:2) , in.
No. :!snlvoe ....Ik p. in.
No. .Iloavtn 1:10p.m.
No. 1 nrrlven... 2:4,1 ft. m.
No. 4 aritvet S:10 p. m.
No. llcayoB 8:20 p, m,
Tlokut -Agent, Pacific Hotel Illoefc.
Cotton Belt Iionlfi.
Train No. 1 Uavee 11;C0. m.
Train ao 1 arrlvop..,. 10:111a. ra.
Trnln No. 2 nrrlvee 5:lsp m
Train ho. 2 leaves 5:U0 p.m
BsttvenaVraooandOt. Louis solid train y1
rra;oaUl to St. Louie on Iron Mountain track
Into union Depot.
W. B. GlLLBgriH,
UltyTlokctomooatNo.ua South KourtSto1
fNo.SS Arr 6:16 a. m.
Westbound) " 3Si' 6:80 a.m.
West bonncl.-j ., slArr 4:0&p.m.
Rii.t hnnn,t J " 82 Ii'v 10:H.m.
Bait bonnd.-( ,, MArr 8:20p.m.
I ' 84L'v 8:40p.m.
W. K. OWENH. Tioket Ajrent,
Under Psalflo Hotel lllook. Opposite Fottoffioe.
Nan Antonio unit AritiiHii I'lma.
South boundno. su.hobth dound'-mo. si
Lv Waco at 5 n. m. Arrives 11: M i. m.
South Ilonnil frelctil which will curry pae
enRrs,;li'avcsWico at 12:45 p. m.
TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
THBOUQH TP.AISS CACRY
B8tKC81 FOllt! 19 Till
CHICAGO, ST: LOUIS
Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CAR
Taylor nd Kansas City and Hannibal,
lots tmvMii mm ji u mi t cmtk
trains ol eastern em aortB'nillntJ, mU
tnei..E. &i. R'y tie Do.t lino to
New Yort,Boston.Montrea) andSt.Pa
A. S. DODQK,
Trnfllo Manager. St. Louia, Mo.
II. P. HUGHES,
Gen. P.1RB. Agt., Dallas, Tox.
E. 13. PA11KER,
Assist. Gen. Push. Agt. St. Louiu, Mo.
St, Louis, Cairo,MemphiSi
amPAll Points Iloyond
Fiee Reclining Chair Cars
and Pullman B uffetSleeper
THE ONLY LINE
From Toxas Run 11 1 nt
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
And dolivarlng Paesongora In dopota
of connecting linos without a long and
dlsncreoahlo orunlbua trnimfor aoroas
The Shortest Route
TO ALL POTNTB IN THE
V Cun fj'Tu 'ititnrii(riUiir)t'ioaltie
The Cotton Belt Route.
Kntes, mnpB time tftlilra and all Information
will be cheerfully rnrnletied on aiiiillcallon U
any aftont of the company, or
JC.M.OAJtTKJt. W.ir, WINVi ET.lt.
Tr'v'llnj,' Pau'Ag't. IQ'11'aci' Ajr't. line
It. Worth, Tex. Texarkana.r.
11. a. FT.icsiiNa.
aen'l Manager ancle Chief Knglaueraa InTcc