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XHTAJlLlSltm JVIjT 10,
VOL. 4. NO. 167.
Trimmed Millinery at less than half price. No other
reason except that we do not want to carry them over.
Trimmed Hats $i.oo each, reduced from $2.50.
Trimmed Hats $2.00 each, reduced from $4.00.
Trimmed Hats $3.50 each, reduced from $8.00.
Trimmed Hats $5.00 each, reduced from $10.00.
Reduced prices on goods until all are sold. Children's
Trimmed Felt Sailors, were $1.00 and $1.50, at 50c each.
Iv - CUT - INT - JPI&I03
$lo.oo Newmarkets for $4.50.
$12.50 Newmarkets for $6.50.
$16.00 Newmarkets for $8.50.
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GENTLE AS A LAMB
Is Chile in Regard to War with
THAT'S THE WAT LIONTT TALKS.
Iri-llrnt Iliirrlmm Him No Kick to 3laKr
AgiiiiiNt Minister 1'k"" Tho Chili-mi
Goerniuint Want lllm Wltltilniuu
from Hint Coimtij.
New York, Jan. 23. From Santiago
tho Herald receives tho following cable
gram: As coming ftom tho Chilean for
eign office tho Herald can state that when
within tho coming week tho entiro pa
pers in tho Baltimore case aro in the
possession of the Chilean government, it
will bubmit its views and ideas to the
United States government. Then if the
two governments cannot como to an
agreement among themselves, arbitra
tion will bo asked by Chile on the ques
tion in dispute.
Secretaiy Boscnnan, who throughout
all the trouble has done everything iiossi
ble to prevent a rupture of the relations
between Chile nnd tho United States, as
sures mo that from advices sent from
Minister Pedro Montt it can be asserted
positively that matters between tho two
countries are in an extremely fair way.
Ho looks for a sjieedy arrival at an ami
cablo conclusion. Secretary Blaine, he
says, has acted in a conciliatory manner.
It is tho general opinion in government
circles that tho alarming messages wired
abroad have been sent bj' interested par
ties with tho intention of iniluencing tho
money market, lowering Chilean bonds
and the nitrate company's stock.
Relative to tho articles in tho local
papers attacking Minister Egan, el Her
aldo has been asked to discontinue its
attacks and has promised to do so, but
has been forced into making a leply,
owing to a letter published in the other
papers and signed -Fiank Egan," de
lending his father fiom el Heraldo's
I saw President Montt Fiiday and
asked him for an interview for .the Her
ald. Ho leplied referring the subject to
the foreign minister, whoso viow s ai e
I learn that tho withdrawal of Mntta'b
letter is agieeablo to both Piesidt'iit
Harrison and Secretary Blame.
Want Kguu lli'culli-d.
Washington, Jan, '23. Will Minister
Egan bo recalled? Tho Chilean govern
ment, through Minister Montt, has
practically asked his withdrawal from
that country. It was done, it is said, as
n preliminary step to a 11101 0 sieedy and
satisfactory adjustment of tho pending
controversy. Such a suggestion, tor as
yet it is only a suggestion, is indig
nantly repudiated by tho Harrison ad
ministration. What Chile's purpose is
can only bo conjectured. It is possible,
knowing Mr. Egan's unpopularity in
tho United States, it has put forth a
suggestion through Senor Montt, hop
ing that public sentiment will force
President Harrison to adopt it. This
being done, sixty or ninety days would
necessarily elapso before his successor
could reach Santiago and thus by a
delay of beeial months a settlement of
tho Valparaiso incident might be ef
fected. This is the only reasonable
theory advanced for tho suggestion
which reached Minister Montt Friday.
IlarrlHon SntlHllcil with Ugiiii.
Washington, Jan. 2.1. Tho Star has
this: According to tho last attainable in
formation the foundation for tho change
of opinion from war to peace is thut
Chile suggested to this country that
six weeks 111010 time bo allowed her
within which to determine whothor or
not sho will make an apology. No
promiso of reparation has been made,
but it is broadly asserted that Chile will
do what sho thinks right aftor having
exhausted her inquiries. It is said that
Blaino regaided this assuflicient to war
rant delay on the p.u t of this country,
which was suggested, but tho piesident
did not agree with him on this point If,
as reported, tho Chilean government is
about to ask through Minister Montt for
tho iccall of Minister Egan, tho request
will not likely bo granted. It can bo
said, under no circumstances will Egun
bo recalled whilo tho relations between
tho United States and Chile aro strained
us at present. President Harrison is en
tirely satisfied with Egan's courso as
our representative, and has stated this
repeatedly in private conversations.
l.lMltunnnt .MoCreil ill VA I'm,,.
Et. Paso, Tex., Jon. 23. Lieutenant
McCrea leached this city Friday en
route from San Francisco to Washing
ton, having been called thoro by tele
graph ordors from tho government to
report on tho troubles with Chile. Tho
lieutounut is an officer of the Baltimore,
Jintered at the l'otofllc at tt'aeo, Texan, as
Our Cost Sale!-
As we will move to our new quarters at the corner of Fifth and
Austin Streets about Feb. 15th, we do not want to move any of out
winter stock. Therefore wc place our entire stock of Clothing, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises on the market at
Except Dunlap hats, E. & W. collars and Scrivcn's drawers. We
hope our friends will take this ad. as intended, that w4e mean JUST
WHAT SAY- COST. OUR COST MARK is posted where all
can see it, and all prices will be made from it. This price will
enable you to buy a suit for io.Oo, $12.00 and $15.00 never before
offered for the price. But wc will not attempt to name articles or
prices, but ask you to come and see.
These Prices are for Cash,
As it is less trouble to move than books. Wc will continue OUR
COST SALE through next week, and perhapa longer. If you would
get the BEST BARGAINS come first.
Remember this actual "COST SALE will be from day to day
next week at .
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The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers.
407 A.TJSTI3ST jft.'VBOSrTJE.
wnoso crew suffered indignities at tho
hands of the Chilean government. To
your corresiumdent Lieutenant McCrea
raid tho only proiwr thing for this coun
try to do under existing circumstances
is for ttio sacietary to send an ultimatum
to Cliilo to salute tho United States flag
and pay indemnity, and in eabo of her
refusal, to resort to nioasuies that will
comiMjl her to. Tho lieutenant is very
emphatic in expressing his opinion of
the wrongs perpetrated upon his crow
ana" denounced tho killing of tho sailors
belonging to the Baltimore at Valparaiso
as cold blooded murder.
No Now Dmi'lopmrntH.
Washington, Jan. 2a. There aie
really no now developments in u-gard to
the. Chilean affair, except tho plnr of
action decided upon by tho piesident
and cabinet Friday. It isgeneially un
derstood tho cabinet practically decided
to submit tho matter to congress eaily
noxt week, in order that congress as
well as tho country at largo might know
tho exact status of the controversy be
tween the United States and Chile. It
is said tho ou'y addition to tho corre
spondence suomitted to tho cabinet
Friday was 11 cable messago fiom Egan,
saying tho Chilean government informed
him it could not guarantee the safety of
president is not averse to an expression
by congress in favor of bimetallism.
Such an oxpiession, coming in the midst
of Minister Lincoln's conference with
tho British go eminent, might havo n
beneficial effect and indicate tho wishes
of tho Amorican eoplo in a way which
would havo influence in England and on
Cnniliii; tu li'Mit.
Atlanta, Jan. 2!). Thirty-four tick
ets for Toxas were sold hero today.
Forty-fivo aro going next week. Fifty
purchasers leavo Dal ton on May 1. Tho
.bast 'ieniiesseo omcers report 400 sold
in thirty days. Tho Cotton Belt sold
overCOOOin November and December,
and tho Katy reports larger Bales thun
ever before. Send advertising to Macon
to Feb. 8, Aniericus to tho 10th, Colum
bus to tho Ifith and Chattanooga to the
Ah Il .tin) Sl'U 1 It.
Chicago, Jan. 22. Director General
D.ivisof tho Woi Id's fair will bo al
lowed to install tho exhibits as ho may
seo fit in tho World's fair buildings.
This was agreed upon at n special con
ferenco Thursday night. This is a vic
tory for Davis over tho stand taken that
tho local directory should regulate tin
genorul anangenientof exhibits.
1 atlmr of Kortj-tno Children.
Navasota, Tex., Jan. 23. An old no
gro man known as "African Pete" wan
frozen to death one night during tho re
cent hovoro weather. Ho lived in 0
cabin by himself two miles' west of this
placo, and it wus several hours after his
death befoio his body was discovered.
Ho claimed to bo 1 1 i years of ago and
tho fathor of forty-two children.
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PROP. WM WINDSOR LL. D.
a; m;ii:ntikiu kviint 1111:1:
Lecture at I'lillo Hull livery Night
next AVook Four til Visit to Waco
of tlio Worlft'M ,71 owl Kmliiotit
Prof. Wm. Windsor, LL. B the
leading exponent of tho Soienoo of
Phronology, will give a grand course
of free lectures nt Pliilo hall, com
mencing next Monduy night, una con
tinuing during tho week. Tho loo
turcs will be illustrated with portraits
oi noted characters, skulls, busts, oto.,
and publio examinations of leading
citizens soleotod by tho audience.
Tho following is the programme for
tho week :
Mot day night "Phrenology, its
Principles and Proofs "
Tuesday night "How to Become'
Rich ; or Choice of Professions and
Wednesday night " Matrimony
and Courtship Mado Easy." At this
lecture Prof. Windsor will examine
sovcrul young ladies and select hus
bands for them from the audionoo.
Thursday and Friday, ,1 p. in.
Free lectures to ladieB, "ITcalth and
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at
8 p. m Fre leoturn to moil only,
"Magnificent Manhood," ''Mistakes of
Married and Single Mon."
Privato Phrenological examinations
daily at Now MoClelland Uotcl.
Rooms on first Uonr. Hours, 10 a. m.
to C p. in. For a few dayn only.
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