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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 18 i8g.
&sn$$2 m Change of Business Sale Place Thirty Thousand Dollars worth of Fine Clothing, GOODS Upon the Market to be Closed Out By February lt 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, Hole SaraMlfl MEN A1i.i'MA n 'J, 4 CHOICE OF : K 1 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. All 65 cent and 75 cent goods at 50 cents. All jji.oo goods at 75 cents. AH $1.25 and $1.50 goods at $1.00. All $1.75 goods at $1.25. rW nC aim kJ&W 2m S - A line of Star, Manhattan and Wilson Bros. Shirte, 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 them now or not. Now 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 people's friend, J. HANSEL WOOD 123 South Fourth Street, : . Waco, Texas Hats andGent's Furnishini He Mowing Prices : BS SUITS. On our' Couuters including Double and Single Breasted Prince Alberts, Round and bquare Cut Sacks, in Samonia and Clay Meltons and Chester Moses Cheviots, form er prices $18.00 to $25.00 at only MENS IPAJSTTT. ANY PANT ON OUR COUNTERS AT $5.00. Boy's f(pee pants, m?TSmTmTT l U stores to be consolidated) and close out the entire stock by but we feel equal to the task. two and three button Cutaways, Worsteds, I 815.50. I ABOUT THE YAZOO, A Cnnnt From Klolnton nn the Iflmlf nlpi'l tn tho Yuroo. VicKsnuno, Miss., Jnn. 18. Tlin Ya zoo, Tnlliuiatchio and Sunflower Rivera Improvement convention which assem bled hero Tuesday was composed of citi zens representing tho territory drained by tho rivers inontioiied, which comprise 880 miles of navig.iblu water. For yenra past tho mouth of tho Yazoo river has boon obstructed at low water, and two yearn ago congress authorized surveys with a iow to remedying this condition. Three surveys have been lately com pleted by Captain J. II. Willard of the United States engineers, whoso report will soon bo made. Ho addressed tho convention and explained his plans, which have tho dual ndvautngo of re storing tho harbor of Vicksburg, and opening tho Yazoo, and in tho formei respect aro an extension of tho work now in progress. Thoy involves the construction of a canal from Klcinston, on tho Mississippi rivor, to tho Yazoo by ono of several routes, tho most feasible) of which will cost at tho utmost $l,G00y 000. His plans woro indorsed by tho convention and the legislature, as well as congress, will Do memorialized ui their behalf. Tho preferable route is via what is known as tho wrong end of old river. Tho convention resolved itself into a permanent body, tho Yazoo River Improvement convention, and adjourned Bubject to call. Its chairman is C. J. Zarles. The plan will liavo tho snunort of Mississippi's entire congressional dele gation and almost certainly of Louisiana also. In pursuance to a call of Chairman Scott of tho Intcratato Rivor Improve ment and Lovee association, all tho presi dents of tho levee boards of Louisiana and Arkansas met hero Tuesday. By resolution, it was agreed that $12,000 should bo raised by assessment on tho various boards for tho association. An Jmportiint Suit. Sioux City, la., Jan. 18. Ono of tha most important legal questions that hnfl been raised in Iowa for years was brought up by a suit Mod in tho district court hero. Tho suit is on behalf of Georgo B. Owen of Cedar Rapids, and it is for an injunction restraining tho city from collecting from tho plaintiff an assessment made against his property for grading streets in front of abutting lots. Owon claims that tho law under which tho assessment was mado is un constitutional, being a direct viola tion of tho stato constitution, which pro hibits special legislation. If tho prcsont suit be won it will coinpol cities to pay back to property owners all assessments ovor collected in tills way, and it would bankrupt most of tho leading cities of tho stato. In Sioux City alone it is calculated tho rebates would amount to fully $1,000,000. This causos much uneasiness hero and in othor cities. A ltcprlovo AhI(C(1. Denver, Jan. 18. Dr. Graves, through Attorneys Wolls, Macon and Funnan, applied to Governor Routt for a reprieve of sixty days. Tho petition was accompanied by nn affidavit in which ho denies that ho is guilty and avers that it will requiro thirty days for tho stenographer to prepare tho tran script of tho caso for appeal to tho su premo court. It nlso states that re peated orrors were mado by Judgo Ris ing during tho trial. Tho govornor as sured tho attorneys that ho would grant tho roprivo if it becamo apparant that tho supremo court could not pass on tho caso before tho execution Checked tho frightful inroads of Scrofula and all blood-taints. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery purifies and enriches tho blood, cleanses tho system of all impurities, and restores health and strength. It cures all diseases arising from impuro blood. Consumption is ono of them. It's simply lung-scrofula. In all its ear lier Btages, tho " Discovery " effects a cure. It's easy to sco why. Tho medicino that masters scrofula in ono part, i3 tho best remedy for it in another. It is tho best. It's war ranted. It's tho only blood and lung remedy that's guaranteed to benefit or cure, or tho money will bo re funded. No other medicino of its class docs it. How many would bo loft if thoy did? It's tho cheapest blood -purifier, cold through druggists, (no matter how many doses aro offered for a dollar,) becauso you only pay for the good you got. Your monoy is roturnod if it doesn't benefit or euro you. Can you ask moro? n 3r?Cv- jmKJi 2riKrfeKS vic:tati-i--v Local Time Card. mrniixr, Kiidiiup A Texna. ajvoai;! Tr&ing Ooath Bound, So.. orrlvtH , , 12:10 a, a. No, l Itov. U:a,m. No, suirlvct ....Ik p. m. No. 31Wi. ltlOp, . Nu'th Douwt. No. li.trtvof Sits a.m. No. J leiiffc St?6tt,ra, N t. tanlvei H :10 p.m. No. tlcavna SsUOp, m. l'uivi .Toms, TiokutAKtint, J'Mlflo HololJllook. Cotton licit ICoale. Game weir. rrslnNo. 1 lonvoa ll;Ma. ra. Vraln Ao 1 arrlv... , iaAa.ra. OOIHOSAST. Train No. 2 nrrtTi B:l9 m Tra.n ho, 2 li.ste s:i)0 p.m BewBaWao unit SI. Lonli solid train via Purajonld to St. Loalt ou Iron Uonntalntraftk Into union Uspot. ' W. B. GiLiigrm, OltyTloketOinoeatNo. 113 Sonth FoiittB. i u.AT.r. fKo.sSArr 0:15a. n, Aestbonnd. B, An 4:06 p. . But bound. :; s:i l2:S-s i ml,y'."."".,.,." iiwp. . W. K. OWEH8. Ticket Agent, DnderPolfla Hotel lllook. Opposite PoitoflSe. Man Autoulo nnd Arinmns lnaii. South bound so. W.kokth bouniv-bo. 81 L.v Wnco at 6 a. m. rrivxsllsW p. m. South Honml freight Mhlrh 111 carry paa engor8,,lcoTu Wnco at 12:4s p. m. -ta.s:b TO ALL POINT8 NORTH AND EAST. THEOnOH TE1US CAEEY PULLWIAWn SLEEPERS BelWFI Kilt! 11 TtXA chicago, st. louis kansaTcity. Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CABS Taylor wd Kansas Clin and Hannibal lots cmiiiin utii Jl latujf cltm trains of eastern and EortCollBti, matt the!.. I. Jcl. R'y tae tmt line to New Yori.Boston MoptreaJ anil St.Pa r A. S. DODGE, Traflln Mnnager St. Louis, Mo. H. P UUGHE8, Gon. Pafs. Apt .Dhllas, Tex. E B. PA11KER, Assist. Gon. Pueh. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) j TO St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis ADDALL POINTS 11ETOND. j Froo Rocllnlner Chair Cars and Pullman Buffot Slooporvi Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS 'AND Xhh POINTS DKYOKD. Tho Only Lino deiiT.nng r- gers to connecting roada at MEUPms wlui 1' out ft long and dHagreeablo omnlbni trana fer aoioai tbe cltj. The OnlyXIne wan through ie.p. inKcareerrlootxtweenl'OBTWOnTII and MEUFUIB. TllQ Only Line withthronghcaraw. tIco between MEMFIIIS and polnti In GlBf TUAITE3C1S. The Shortest Route TO ALL POINTB IN THE Soutlieast ATi Texas Llnea haT throngh HcVeU on aala tl The Cotton Belt Route! Batea, maps time tablea and alt InforroaUwi trul be citerfully fomlahed on appllcaUon W any agont of the company, or n, jit. oahtjsb. lr.ir. truwuzzn, to'T'llngLPaia' Ag'MO'lPM' AgU. Unet Xt.lirorUi,Wc, talox, nUr.tnm VAKMuSim&Z& HIKAja ItLHt !W SBBr I