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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 14 iSg.
Change of Business
fE PA FRN1 AFKAflSiw
Places Thirty Thousand Dollars
Fine Clothing, Hats andGents Furnishing
Upon the Market to be Closed Out
Ky February 1st
We have just leased from Mr. E. A. Sturgis the adjoining store (the two stores to be consolidated) and
on February 1st the style of the firm will be changed. In ordtr to close out the entire stock by
that date, we realize that some deep cuts in prices must be made, but we feel equal to the task.
lofe iarefully the
On our' Couuters including two and three button Cutaways
Double and Single Breasted Prince Alberts, Round and Square
Cut Sacks, in Samonia and Clay Worsteds,
Meltons and Chester Moses Cheviots, form
er prices $18.00 to $25.00 at only
CHOICE OF ANY PANT ON OUR COUNTERS AT $5.00.
two and three Button
Choice at $9.95.
Cutaways and Sacks, worth $12.50 to $16.50
Choice of Boy's Knee Suits on our counters, best fitters,
in the city, at $5.75. Call early and get first choice.
All 65c. and
75c. Goods at Oct.
All $1.00 Goods at 7 Sets.
All $1.25 and $1.70 Goods a $1.
All $1.75 Goods at $1.25.
Unltcil Miilm Wnr1ilp.
Washington, ,Thii. U. Tho navy de
partment is informed that tlio gunboat
Bennington arrived at Montevideo "Wed
nesday. It is expected that tho Atlanta
will arrive there soon. These two ves
feels increase tho American force at that
point to five, the others Imuiij; the ling,
ship Chicago, the Rsm-x and the Yatitie.
Tlieso are all available in ih the nego
tiations with Chile iisMiniti a more war
like aspect than at present. The Phila
delphia, Coneoid and Ke.usage, at Port
au Prince, can be utilized in the event of
prolonged trouble, together with the
Mianonotomah, New York and Newark
at Norfolk. The disposition of vessels
on the Pacific station is as follows: San
Francisco and Charleston al S.in Diego,
Baltimore and Mohican at San Fran
cisco, Pensacola at Honolulu, Boston at
Callao, Yorktown at Valparaiso and the
Iroquois at Samoa.
Mr. Cramp, the Philadelphia ship
btdldor at the navy department, had a
conference with the olHcials. in regard to
the condition of work on naval vessels
now under course of construction in his
yard. Ho said work was progressing as
rapidly as possible, hamiered somewhat
by the Bcarcity of materials. For this
reason ho could not say positively when
the cruiser Now York would bo ready
for her trial trip. Cruiser No. 12, bettei
known as tho Pirate, is well under way
and will bo ready for launching in May,
An J'.jiicihIki Tnlrgrliiii.
Alton-, 111., Jan. 14. Last Saturday
evening as the "Southwestern limited"
pulled up at the Litchfield depot a gen
tleman hurriedly jumping from tho train,
entered tho telegraph ofllco, to Bend n
dispatch. Ho had not completed his
business when the train pulled out and
left him. When ho discovered his pre
dicament tho stranger was very much
excited, and, stating that if ho did net
reach Texarkana by tho 11th ho was a
ruined man, ho at onco engaged a special
to tako'him to St. Lous in timo for tho (
o'clock train on tho Iron Mountain, pay
ing therefor $100. Liberally feeing tho
crow he urged tho utmost possible speed.
Tho forty-livo miles from Litchfield to
Wan was mado in forty-livo minutes.
Breaking an eccentric hero it became
necessary to chango engines, which
further delayed him. Finally ho reached
St. Louis too lato to catch his train, and
engaged another special by which ho
overtook his train at Do Soto. Tho cost
of his rido from Litchfield to Do Soto
could not have fallen under $100 or $500.
Locked Her in tho Smoko IIoiiko.
Goshen, Ind., Jan 14. Mrs. Viola
Wager brought suit nginst Daniel Hatch,
her neighbor, for $5,000uamages. Soma
timo ago Mr. Hatch had occasion to go
to Mrs. Wager's house on an orrand and
lOio chased him out with a broomstick.
Ho grabbed her, pushed her into tho
rinoko house and locked her in. Shi
cays sho sustained sovero internal inju
ries at his hands from which sho will
A line of
Star, Manhattan and Wil
Shirts. sold elsewhere at
$1.25, this sale at 75 cents.
As to Underwear and Hats our prices will make you buy whether you really need
thein now or not. JNow remember that
THE MAN FROM ARKANSAW
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 Street, :
Local Time Card.
nimtiutl. HnniBi A Texni,
nsBoiiRorlmlne South Bonnd
No. arilTCM 12:10 a.m.
No. l luKVtk. . . 12:33 s. m.
No, 3 strives ...,lk p. m.
No. 2 iirrlvoB... 2:45 a.ra,
No. 2 loiitoi 2:6Sa,m,
No. 4 nnlvei..... .1:10 p.m.
No. 4 loavoH 3:20 p, m.
Tlokot Agent, I'Rcino Hotol lllook.
Cotton nIt Konto.
Train No. 1 leaves 11:00a. a.
Train No 1 arrives 10:45a.m.
rra'nNo. 2 arrlvtts 5:15 p m
Train ho. 2 leave 5:30 p.m
ltattveenYfaoo and St. Louie solid train via
PtraKoald to at. IjouI ou Iron Mountain track
Into union Depot.
W. 8. QiLLasriB,
UltyTloketOllloeatNo. 113 South FourtBl. j
Arr.. 6:15 a.ra,
t 6:80 a.m.
Arr 4:05 p.m.
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'1 " SlAl
i " 821i'
1 " 84 Al
I " 84 L'
v 10:20 a. m.
Arr 8:20 p.m.
v 8:40p. m.
W. K. OWENS. Ticket Ajtent.
Under Faolflo Hotel Ulook, Opposite FostoEKo.
San Atitonlonml ArmiNiiN l'tiM.
South hound wo. 32. xoktii bound--iio. 11
l,v Waco at '5 a. m. Arrives u:W2 p. m.
South Brunil ficlplit which will carry pas
ongore. leaves Waco nt 12:46 p. ru.
Cotton Illoclciido Ilomovctl. P5)
New Oiileans, Jan. 14. Tho cottoL
blockade has been relieved mid tht
movement to and from Now Orleuut
progresbes without interruption.
Taken in time,
even Consumption yields to tho
wonderful effects of Dr. Pierco's
Golden Medical Discovery. It
won't mako now lungs but it will
make diseased ones healthy when
nothing else will. There's reason
for it, too. Consumption is Lung
scrofula. For every form of scrof
ula, and all blood-taints, tho "Dis
covery " is u positivo cure. It's
tho most potent strength - restorer,
blood -cleanser, and flesh - builder
known to medical science. For
Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and
all lingering Coughs, it's an une
qualed remedy. It's a guaranteed
ono. If it doesn't benefit or euro,
you have your money back. You'vo
everything to gain from it nothing
It's especially potent in curing
Tetter, Salt-rheum, Eczema, Erysip
elas, Boils, Carbuncles, Soro Eyes,
Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged
Glands, Tumors and Swellings.
Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal
under its benign iniluonoc.
To tho Ladles.
Mrs. F.J. Sullivan has romoved hor
dressmaking establishment to 609 1 2
Austin avenue, up-stairB over the
'Leader,'1 where sho will bo glad to
see her patrons and friends.
HI m 1Pril Hm
fl Li i mm PL
TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
IHRODOH TKALS3 CAEEY
Between Polnti la ILIA
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
Taylor nd Kansas City and Hannibal.
1013 CiUlXtJJ Ultl Jl (It tilt ICltlBk
tialDi of eastern and Eortl'mllnri, matt
tneM..E. &T. B'y the tm.t line to
New YorK, Boston Montreal aniSLPa r
A. S. DODGE,
Trafllo Manager. St. Louis, Mo.
Gon. Pass. Agt., Dallas, Tox.
E. B. PARKER,
Assist. Gen. Puss. Agt. St. Louis, Mo.
Cotton Belt Route
(St. Louis Southwestern Ry.)
AND ALL l'OINTS JIUYOND.
Free Roellnlngr Chair Caro
and Pullman Butl'ot Sleopora.
Daily Tiains To
AND AM. rOINTH IlKYOND.
Tho Only Line ,ie-i.nB
gerBloronnectl g roailHRtMHSll'IIIS with
out a InsK and tilt agreeable omnlLua trans
fer aoroes l hu c tj.
The Only Line wlth through aieeP-
lnjr carsorvico bctwicn FOUT WORTH and
Tll8 Ollly LillG wlththronglcarBer.
vlro Iietwo n Mi:Ml'III8 nnil points In UKM
'1HAL.'11!XAS. The Shortest Route
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
All Texas Lines havolhroni;h tlcVeta on sale tU
The Cotton Belt Route.
Hates, niBjis tlmu tables anil all Information
will be cheerfully furnlfclieU on aiipllcatlcn to
any agent of thecompany, or
it. m. ca iiTKit. ir. it, wisvittr.n.
Tr'v'llng l'ass' Ag'U U'l I'aat' Ag't. linn
Ft. Worth, Tex. lulez, Tyler, 'lor.