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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 15 189.
Change of Business Sale. rjCfeJjjf TFE jrjw FPOvi APKAlSAW Places Thirty Thousand Dollars worth of 'me Clothing, Hats andGent's Furnishing GOODS Upon the Market to be Closed Out By February 1st Bote jWe 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 order 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. faieWlg the Mowing Ihggs : MEN'S SUITS. 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, MEiMB PANTS. Uiiiii;i; ill ;:ii' S111I fijsn vyy juv'8v' j e CHOICE OF ANY PANT ON OUR COUNTERS AT $5.00. w "((r)T(5T'HF"pH"( grVTCTaKTBVflg-S n two and three Button Cutaways and Sacks, worth $12.50 to $16.50 Choice at $9.95. This liine is Very Attractive OYS SUITS. ihoice of Boy's Knee Suits on our counters, best fitters. in the city, at $5.75. Call early and get first choice. Boy's f(pee pants. 11 $5c and T5c. Croods at SOcts. 11 $1.00 Goods at T5cts. 11 $1.25 and MLJ70 Goods a $1. 11 $1.7S Goods at $1,315. 2 MM HT tt (9 Jtm JL mm 1 i9t Li line of Star. Manhattan and Wil- ion Bros9 Shirts, sold elsewhere at M..3B5, this sale at T5 cents. K7," t FROM HOUSTON. dKffiSKgfi JToro Ire Tlinn Hu, llrpii Seen for Years Trrrlliln on Cuttlo. Houston, Jim. 15. The weather con tinues very cold here, as shown not only by the mercury, but tho fact thnt sleet remnlncd all day on the tops of houses whoro it cmb.iuked niiaiiwl any obstnelo that would gi t; it lodgment. Tho twitfH and branches of trees hold tho ice that formed upon them from tho misting rain that fell during the night and froze as it stopped. The cedars in various part h of tho city bent down with tho ico that formed on them. Such u sight and con dition has not been been here for fifteen years perhnp1. It is learned tioin pnrties coming in over tho various railroads that tho severity of tho cold has manifested itself everywhere nq heie. From well known stockmen it is learned that this npell will cause great fatality among cattle. The signs of distress among thoso t-een on tho prairie this morning forotcll tho dis astrous effect. Where they were on the railway tracks trains had to come almost to a complete standstill to allow them to get off and in somo cases thoy had to be driven off by tho trainmen. Of course many were killed becnueo of the inability of freight trains to stop and havo them driven from tho track. Cat tlemen who are best informed say that tho mortality will bo lessened a great deal by a chango from wet to dry weather, oven though it should bo cold. A continuation of rain will havo the reverso effect and greatly increase the mortality. Thoso who havo made any prediction say that the chances aro largely in favor of its clearing up. Preserver at OutM. Chicago, Jan. 15.- Andrew D. Bishop, a fruit preservo manufacturer of this city, filed suit of $125,000 damages in tho United States circuit court against the Association Preservers company and trustees, alleging the company is a trust, monopoly and conspiracy to increase tho prices of the goods. Ho also alleges that by threats of ruining his business the trust forced him into a combination, but finding it an illegal concern ho dropjKjd out, when tho trust seized his cntiro bus iness and is now in possession of it. Suit was brought under Senator Sher man's trust law, onactod July 2, 1890, of which this will be a test caso, and will go to tho supremo court boforo being finally settled. Under the Sherman law if anyone is injured by tho trust ho can recover threefold damages and also cash attorney's fees. Bishop's loss as near as he can estimate, as tho trust has his books, amounts to $41,000. Trebling this and allowing for costs of attorney fees, his damages aggregate $125,000. rMVeift Tiy Tit o. VicicsnuitQ, Jan. 15. The town of Bolton, on tho Alabama and Vicksburg railroad, thirty miles east of this city, was swept by lire yesterday and almost tho cntiro section of business houses wero destroyed. Ono hotel was among the buildings burned. Tho loss is estimated at $:0,000. Mrs. W. A. Hraiio, while escaping from tho burning building, was slightly injured. lVrpi'timl Motion Outfit Humeri. PntTAv TVw T.ii 1R Tin" TTrfvi .l.f.lWl., J.., II 111.. 1U, AVl. 11U11UU, an old negro carpenter, lost his shop and tools by fire Tuesday night. Ho is nearly 100 years old and has tho sym pathy of all. Tho old man has been try ing to invent perpetual motion for the last ten years and lost a whole carload of wheels, shafts and cogs, which makes hint very Bad. in jji"lZ,iJaIM!l ir''nniiBHBjf Local Time Card. Rtltsnurl. Hnmni A Texiti. .'hUBPtxKor Ttlni -South Bonn J. So. arrives 13:10 a.m. No. l lfcnvo 12:15 a.m. No, a arrives Ik p. m. NO. 3165V6B lilOp.st. North Hound. No. a nrrlvos 2:45 a.m. No. 2 Ibhtoi , ..2:650, m. No. 4 arrlvea 3:10 p, m. No.4 1t&voN 1:20 p, n. Tmvio Joims, Tloket Aaent. Paclflo Hotel Illoo. Cotton Belt Bonte. GOIHO WIST. Train No. 1 leaves ll.-OOa.m. Train Mo 1 an-lves 10.-45a.ra. noiwo iaht. Trnln No. 2 arrives..... 8:lp m Train lo. a leaves g:U0 p. no Between Wnoo and St. Louli solid train Tla Parajonld to at. Lonls on Iron Mountain tratfk Into union Depot. W. B. GiLLmsris, UltyTloketomoentNo.il Sontb FourtBt. i As to Underwear and Hats our prices will make you buy whether you really need them now or not Now remember that HE 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 people's friend, . HANSEL WOOD XTO&O0&C Alfcl-CAIS:7. 23 South Fourth Street, : "Waco, Texas A feeble tcomun is restored to health and strength, by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion. If you'ro overworked, "run down," or debilitated, you need it It's an invigorating, rcstorativo tonic, and a soothing and strength ening nervine, imparting tono and vigor to tho wholo system. It'a a legitimalo medicine, too carefully compounded by an experienced phy sician, and adapted to woman's dcli oato organization. For all tho chronic weaknesses, functional de rangements, and painful disorders peculiar to the sex, it is an unfailing remedy. It's becauso it is unfail ing that it can bo sold under a posi tive guarantee. If it fails to g o satisfaction, in any caso for which it's recommended, tho money paid for it will bo promptly returned. It is a legitimato medicine not a beverage. Contains no alcohol to inebriato ; no syrup or sugar to sour or ferment in tho stomach and cause distress. As peculiar in its marvelous, remedial results as in its composition. West bound. Bait bonnd. u. t. r. No. 83 Art 0:15 a. n. SSL't 6:00 a.m. si An 4:05p. m. 83L'v 10:20 a. Et. 34 AIT 8:20 p. m. ML'V 8:40p.m. W. B. OWEKB. Tloket Amnt. Under Fsolfio Hotel Blook, Opposite FoiteOM. Nan Autonlo mid Arniittuv Pan. South nouND no. 32. hortii doond--&. n I.v Waco at 6 a. m. Arrives li: p. m. South Itonmt freight which vtlll carry pas enRors,;lcaves Wsco at 12:46 p. tu. -TA-DECB TO ALL POINTB NORTH AND EAST. THROUQH 7EAII5 CAEEY PULLMANn SLEEPERS Bemeei Poliu u ieia CHICAGO, ST. L0UI8 KANSAS CITY. Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS met ir mar Taylor ind Kansas Cllj and Hannibal. lou ciiiuuit mm ji (ai tjjr icltiei trains of eastern asi sorUni Iloa, nab tbeM..L&T. R'jtlecBiUlieto New York.Boston Montreal and St.Pa r A. S. DODGE, Trmfllo Manager. St. Louis, Mo. H. P. HUGHES, Gon. Pass. Agt., Dallas, Tor. E. B. PARKER, AssiBt. Gon. Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Ma -THE- Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) -TO-St Louis, Cairo, MEMPHIS AND AMi POINTS 11KYONU. Free Reclining Chair Cars and Pullman Buffot Sloopors. Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS AND AM. rOINTB llltVONI). The Only Lino doiTenng paBf6n- tiers to rnnncctl g roadnatMKMrniS with out a Iodr and dlmgrruable omnlLus traon. foraoroEB tlioc'tj. The Only Lino wlti, through i..P. In(f carBcrvlce bctwton FORTWOIITU and MKMriUS. Tll6 Ollly LillO with ttronKh car aer Tlre lietwr n MKMl'IIIS and points In OKU 'IltAliTJJXJlS The Shortest Route TO ALL POINTS IN THE S o -u. t Uhl e a, !3 1 .. All ToxasT.lneafaavBtbroashtlcl'iti oik dale tla The Cotton Belt Route, Ratea, mapa time tables and all Information will be cheerfully furnished on application to any aKent of the company, or it.tr.OAJiTKH. ir. jr. irjtfviBT,n. Tr'v'Ilng Pass' AK'MQ'lI'ass' AK't line Kt. Worth, Tex. luTor, Tyler, Tax. mm