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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 12 189.
7 Change of Business Sale. Places Thirty Tliouand Dollars worth of Fine Clothing, GOODS 0 Upon the Market t be Closed Out By February 1st o 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, Sote Baiefullg MEN3 McBufaiiySiiit .ja CHOICE OF In two and three Button Cutaways and Sacks, worth $12.50 to $16.50 Choice at $9.95. This Line is Very - Attractive. BOYS SUITS. 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 pee pants. All 65c. and T5c. CJ-oods at 50cts. All $1.00 Goods at 75ct. All $1.25 and $1.7 Goods a $1. All $1.75 Goods at $1.25. SHIRTS. A line of Star, Manhattan and Wil son Bros9 Shirts, sold elsewhere at $1,215, this sale at 7S cents. As to Underwear and Hats them now or not. JNow 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 rst 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 people's friend, J. HANSEL WOOD 123 South Fourth Hats andGent's Furnishinj the Mowing frices S SUITS. On our1 Couuters including 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 HENS PANTS ANY PANT ON OUR COUNTERS AT $5.00. our prices will make you buy remember that IMSOIMC fAJRJBZA SA.W. Street, stores to be consolidated) and close out the entire stock by but we feel equal to the task. two and three button Cutaways, Kound and bquare $15.50. w whether you really need vswren saanvn CJKZSO "Waco, Texas Cation Arrrngp. Memphis, Jan. 13. Saturday morning In the parlor of tho Peabody hotel was hold a conference between tho commis sioners of agriculture of the various southern states who attended tho con vention of cotton growers on tho previous day, regarding tho action of tho conven tion, and they agreed on tho following memorial: Tho commissioners of agriculture rep resenting tho states of Alabama, Arkan sas, North Carolina, Georgia and Ten nessee being impressed with tho necessity for a reduction in tho acreago of cotton and tho greater diversification of crops for homo consumption, hereby indorso tho action of tho cotton growers' and mer chants' convention held in tho city of Memphis, Jan. 8, 1892, and earnestly ap peal to all agricultural and mercantile organizations, consisting of Alliances, Granges, state and county agricultural societies, boards of trado, cotton ex changes, chambers of commerce, etc., and also individual farmers and mer chants, to assist and co-operato with us in securing tho foregoing results, and to this end recommend the general and local adoption of tho action of tho con vention pledging themselves to a reduc tion of not less than 20 per cent, of tho cotton acreage of last year, and wo fur ther urgo and recommend tho immodiato organization of state, county and dis tricts or townships to act either inde pendently or through already organized societies, as deemed best, and to most readily insure tho bonefits arising from concert of action and tho decreased pro duction of cottou for 1802. Attempt at lynching. St. Makys, Kan., Jan. 12. An attempt was made Friday night by a mob of thirty masked men to lynch Lem Gouldsberry, the slayer of Peter Binder, confined in tho Marshall county jail, this place. Tho sheriff was called to tho door of tho jail and overpowered. His keys and revolver were found in his bed room. Tho mob hud entered tho corri dor when someone's revolver exploded, and tho mob, which lacked organization and leadership, scattered, followed by n fusilado from the jail. No one was in jured by tho flying bullets, but tho mob was badly frightened and dispersed in a panic, Cetvnu,Hi ib9o Gone all tho painful disorders and chronic weaknesses peculiar to tho fcraalo sex. They go, with tho uso of Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescrip tion. Periodical pains, weak back, bearing-down censations, nervous prostration, all " femalo complaints " aro cured by it. It is purely vege table and perfectly harmless a powerful general, as well as uterine, tonio and nervine, imparting vigor and. strength to tho wholo system. It costs you nothing if it fails to give satisfaction. It's guaranteed to do so, in every case, or tho money ia refunded. It can bo guaranteed for it does it. No other medicino for women is sold on such terms. That's tho way its makers provo their faith in it. Contains no alco hol to inebriato ; no syrup or sugar to derango digestion ; a legitimate medicine, not a leverage. Purely vegetablo and perfcotly harmless in any condition of tho system. "World's Dispensary Medical As sociation, Proprietors, No. 003 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. A Sure Cure i'or Piles. Itching piles are known by moisture like perspiration, causing intenso itch ing when wnrra. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding, tield at once to Dr. Boeanko's Pilo Itoinedy, whioh acts directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects & permanent euro. 50ots. Druggists or mail. Ciroalars free. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadel phia, Pa. Sold by "W. B. Morrison 3Co. Whatl! Have you not heard about it?? Well, I am BELLINO, SiO pounds granulated sugar for $1 00 Perfection corn (best in tho world) for 12 12 cents per can. 3 pounds standard tomatoes at 10 ocnts per can. Arbuoklo's coffeo 22 12 ots. ber peot. Irish Potatoes 25 cents per bucket. Best patent flour $1.40 per Back. Toe S. Thompson. Tho Grooer ifL.iWN 1 Vh ' fPlA A YEaYWHyijg -- i- Tjf mint uw r: .itf. v. . - irf tJ -it. wrn.-Tl&lH l-vg&MMMmM. iSar!.sv; 3Wvwvtn&&xx Tfl jrJiTf - Local Time Card. Itlnnnnrl, Knnaaa A Texna. tf si'ner Trains South Bound No. striven 12;1U a.m. No. t lutiv.H. 12:3) a. m. No, 3 trrlvfl lk p. m. No.SleavfB 1:10p.m. Kottti Bound. So. '1 arrives. 2ifi a.m. No. i lc.no 2ifBa,ra. N. 4 snivel, .1:10 p.m. No. 4 leavw.. 3:20 p, m. Tkavip Jows, lloket AkoM, rcldc Hotel Blook, Cotton Holt Uoutv. ooixe wist. rraln No. I leaves 11:00a m. rraln o 1 arrives 10.15 a.m. rra'n No. 2 arrives 5:18 p m train No. 2 leaves 5:U0 p.m 'fttilween tVaoo and St Loots solid train via I'irajouia to at. Lonln on Iron Mountain track Into union Dspot. W. B. QiLLBSris, Jlty Tloket Offloe at No. 112 South Fourt St. i u. at. r. fNo.DSArr 6:15 a.m. West lionnd .) " BSL'v 6:0 a. m. west uouna. ,, a, Anf 4:05p.m. Bait bound J " S3L'V 10:80 .m, bbii oouna. .. alArr 8:20p.m. L HL't 8:40p.m. VT. E. OWENB. Tloket Axent. Under Paolflo Hotel Blook, Opposite Fostofilo. Ntin Autonlo nml Arnnnrta I'nee. SOUTH BOUHD--KO. 32.--NOKTH BOUND--HO, 51 Lv Wnco at 'S a. m, Arrives uses p. m. South Bound f'elpM which will carry pas engeru, leaves Wnco st 12:45 1. m. Tft-IECB TO ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. THROUQH TRAIN CABBY PULLMANn SLEEPERS Between points 1h tlia CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CITY. Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Taylor ind Kansas Cliy and Hannibal. 1013 CJUKllll Ulll JI 111 tllf iCUhl linns ol eastern aid BorUi'miun, mate me ILL & T. R'y the unit line to New Yort Boston Montreal anil St.Par A. S. DODGE, Trafilo Manager. St. Louis, Mo. H.P. I1UOHE3, Gon. PaoB. ArI , D.dlaB, Tox. E. B. PA1UCKR, Assist. Gen. Puss. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. TO- St.' Louis, Cairo , Memphis, and All Points Hoyotid Free Reclining Chair Cars and Pullman BuffetSleeper THE ONLY LINE From Toxas Running Through Coaches AND Pullman Buffet Sleepers TO liL El 2v DP :EL X S. And dolivnrlng Paapongers In dopots of connecting lines wlthoutu long nil J dlHatrrooablo omnibus tranafor uoroas the city. The Shortest Route TO ALL POINTS IN THE So"ULt!b.eebSt- The Cotton Belt Route. Hates, mniB time tnlilct anil all Inrnrmstton will be clicerfnlly fnrnltlied on apiillcnllun to any arnt of thn company, or It. ti.oA nrr.it. (r.jr. wiXKiKnn. Tr'yMIng 1'ob' Ag't. U'U'nss' Ak'I. lints Ft. Worth, Tox. lDjcarkana,T. n, a. m.kmino. Gen'l Maniurt-r ami Chief Knglnuertu In Te TEXAKKANA TEiAH. i&LipsJL is&usnsK! I f 1 F Wm mm IwR V V i HI ft W'flj kWI !SS! Z& m m i