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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 31 i892.
GOLDSTEIN & lbtl
49 Cent Sale.
We offer the bargain buyers this week the best values
of the season, and at the uniform price of 49 Cents we will
sell 250 Dress Patterns. Ladies' Garments and other goods
worth 75 cents to $1 each.
This week the choice
of some 200 Dress
Patterns in Suitings, Percals,
Zephyr prints etc, worth 75 cents
to $1 at only 49 cents a pattern.
Fine Torchon Laces worth 60
to 75 cents a yard at 49 cents.
Val. and Silk Laces worth 75
cents a yard at 49 cents a yard
Flouncing worth 75 c to $1 a yard
at 49 cents a yard.
J,Cfc(Q Ladies' Corsets, a
MiQjpi& handsome 75 cent
value, this week at 49 cents.
Boy's Fine White and Colered
waists worth 60 to 75 cents at 49
Ladies' Black and Colered
waists worth 75 cents at 49 cents.
A Cfcdf Chemise, Gowns and
-- Skirts worth 75 cents.
Fine Lisle Thread vests worth 65
cents. Handsome drawers in
muslin and cambric worth 75
cents, all go at 49 cents.
SJdjThis Week is our Special Sale of
roltl stein & Mig-el
REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT.
Money lo Loan on Farms, Ranchei, and all Kindt of City Property, at Low Ratet of Interest
and in Amouati to Suit.
OFFICE: Room No. 10, Provident Building, First Floor.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL ' $ioo,ooc
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,ooc
J. B. MoLXNDON, President.
W. D. LAOY,
0. H. HIGG1NSON.
J. T. DAVIS, Vioe-preatdent.
J. E. PAEKltn,
THOS. P. ABKEL.
Accounts of bant?, bankers, merchant'!, farniftra. mechanics and other claseo" solicited. W
pB7BBinuoh nttentton tonmai aooountsaslargonnea. We give personal nd ipeolal attentloi
to ouroolleotlon (teDarfnont, rvnl rimUf'i rtny of pf7mont. Exohanae bonicht ond sold oi
all the prlnolpnl points of tho United States and Europe.
The Kellum & Rotan Inyes tment Go.
3b011-2 -A--u.stIrx St.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McAIULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
E. Botak, President
Vt. Oambuon, S Ice Presldcnti.
Tom pAooiti. )
First ibTatlonnLaa. BeiaaJs:.
waco, : : -riiXAS
CAPITAL, J600.O0O. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, f 85,000.
initBOTORa-V. Boton, Wm. Cameron. Tom Padgltt, J. ;K. Boss, W.V. Fort, W. M.
Kellett,:D. K. WalUce. W. . Dannies. Wm. Brenitodt, M. A :Joopar.
tarAoooonisof Banne, Bankers, Morchanti and others are sollolted Wo possess aurpaiatni
adUtles tot uaklnK oolleotlons.
WACO, : : : : TEXAS.
FIE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
l -Hate Glass Insured Against Breakage. : . : t t i i i
. : : : : ! Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
Boys' Knee Pants,"
Boys' Fur Hats,
Men's Crush Hats.
fl.CMfl Pretty Patterns in In
XJpj grain Carpets worth
65 cents. Fur trimmed rugs worth
i. Window shades worth 65 to
75 cents. Curtain poles worth 75
cents, all at 49 cents.
Fine Damask worth
65 cents a yard.
Turkey Red cloth worth 75 cents
a yard. Finest Linen towels worth
75 cents a pair at 49 cents.
,AGbg Fine Roll Gold Lace
"-ziyj ?5ns Fancy Pins,
Hair Pins, Cuff Buttons, Orna
ments, Head Bands, etc., worth $1
at only 49 cents.
L B. BLACK, C&Bhlti
A;L. Hpoy,n, Aesltant
hotel jcoyjlx.' .
WAI"l'i:i..Hy younjr mm, situation In
utiroor workof nny tlescilptlon. Address
A.N. News Onice. 3 30tf
T OST. Ladle cold wntch and chain Mlttlo I
u Turner onRr.ivcd InsMo can Findorwlll
lie raw ariled by leaving at "IH Elm street. Hast
Waco. H-31 31
...AN rilll- A Young limn ns room ranlo
W coolest room In town. Address 0. IJ.
LucMnnd, enra Saucer Utos. ."Mil 3t ,
COIl KK.VJP--A 4rojm cottaxo 17o8 Webster
f slreut, Hell's Hill. 3. J. Qua.", at Mews
Mr. Paul IIoppo of Dallas is at tho
Mr. J. R. Ghrisman of Gatesvillo iB
in tho city.
Mr. Fred S. Mansfield of Tyler is
registered at the Pacific.
Mr. M. W. Branch of Temple, is a
guest of the McClelland.
Col. E. A. Jones left this afternoon
for a business trip to Austin.
Mr. B. Cuzzera, a prominent mer
chant of Calvert, is in the city.
Mr. Gilbert Hay of Dallas camo in
this morning on tho Cotton Belt.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Banton have
returned from their trip to Denver.
Mr. S. A. D. Oliver a well known
traveling man from Houston is at tho
Mr. J. 0. J. King, Jr., has improv
ed sufficiently to permit a visit up
Mrs. M. E. Bradford of Troupe, is
visiting her son, R. E Bradford, at
the McClelland hotel.
Mr. J. J. Fairbanks, general agent
of the Toxas Car Exhibit, was in tho
city this morning. Ho left in the
afternoon for his homo atDenison.
Mr. Carl Forsgard left toJay for
Sweden, tho home of his boyhood.
He will sail from Now York about tho
20th of April and will return about
the middle of October.
Joseph Meinsrt, a cabinet woikman
representing tho Brunswick Balko
Oollender Co , of Chicago, is in tho
city fitting up tho elegant bar fixtures
of Mr. V. E Armstrong- at No. 515
Do make a change in your
head gear. Get a nobby hat
from tha reliable housed of
400j4 AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Hardware and
Why Times are Hard Hero.
i. The prevailing habit of living
beyond tho income. 2. The habit of
buying goods on long time at high
prices. 3. 'ihe importation of many
million dollars' worth of goods that
could be produced at home. 4. The low
prices 01 cotton. 5. me communis
tic sentiment which prevents foreign
capital from developing the state, are
the causes. Texas has served notice
to all railroad builders that she has an
autocratic commission with powers to
confiscate their property. She has
served notice to foreign money 1-end
ers that land, the only available se
curity, must be defended in court
against confiscation. Foreign jobbers
and manufacturers have been duly
notified that all credits in Texas are
based solely on the honor of her mer
chants, for our laws encourage fraud
and proteot it. Every ono goiug into
business in Texas will soon learn that
our laws are worthless for collection
of debts and that 95 per cent of his
cutomers can do as they choose
about paying. The only rem
edy against hard times is to
removo the causes. Do you ever
buy a scale? I keep the spring bal
ance for 25 cents; the oven balance
tea scale for $1 25; the Brass scoop
dial tea scale for $1.75; the union
counter tcale from $4 a piece up. I
also keep the Fairbank andJIIowe un
ion and platform scales from 400
pounds up to 2500 pounds. The
Fairbank cotton beams, Fairbank and
Victor wagon scales. The Sapfford
counter scale which has all tho latest
improvements; the postal which de
signates the weight as well as amount
of postage due on a letter, book or
package. The latest wonder is the
Acme self-computing scale whioh both
weighs and computes the amount due
you. There ,is no better assortment
of scales in Texas than mino and my
prices aro bottom. Ed. Strauss,
Fourth and Mary Streets.
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WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Iii fact, every tiling yon need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish-
oCURTiS & 0RAND,
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
THEY MUST GO.
Planos, Organs and Other Musical
Goods at Big Dlsoounts and
on Your uwn Terms.
There novcr was a time so favorable
for buying as cow. Tho period of
Btiignation just closing has all along
been in favor of the buyers. In the
matter of pianos and organs anyone
desiring to purchase either have such
a cnanco now bb win not occur apain
mayba for five years. J. B. Payne has
an immense stook of fioo instruments,
pianos, organB and small muBical goods
and ho will put them at such prices
and on such terms that the closest
man who wants an instrument will be
obliged to buy. If yon want a fine
piano or organ he will sell you one on
your own terms. Musicians organiz
ing brass bands can got a oomplete
outfit very law. Payne means bnsi
ness when he says ho is hound to sell.
Thcro aro tailors and tailors, some
are good, boiuo indifferent and some
bad, but Lack & Greonberg in their
now place, 41G Austin btrect must
be classed among tho good ones.
Thoy aro first class Bkillful cutters,
uno worKmon anu carctul anu pains
taking in their work. They make
perfect fits and do tho vory fiuest
work to bo had. Although but re
cently started, work is flowing in on
them from pcoplo who know tho ex
cellent fits thoy givo and tho work
they do. They carry a fine line of
stylish goods and samples and can
get up nobby Buits in short order.
Givo them a call aud order and you
aro sure to bo well dressed and well
Plaoo yoi r polioies with Dockerj &
Oo. Best of companies.
.J-, Business $3 Shoes
3 maso worK easier.
KBWraiBlMnawhUlceyEabitfi tit riTTTTTlTrn 1 TlTFIl
- lt .
-rfc"w w'uu rum a
softer than those of her
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Cotton Belt Route"
St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis
AND ALIi POINTS BBTOND.
Tree Reclining Chair Cars
and Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Two Daily Trains To,
iim AtL POINTS BET0KD.
Tho Only Line &.UT.rinC ?
gen to connectlns nadtfttUBUFEU wlUv
out loss and dUiTMcbl omnlbas tnu
fir Mjnwithe !rj.
Tj e, Only Line wththwnmtiM
,.acrserrtcbtTmrerORT WORTH t&q
Tlie Only Lino vnhthr.htw. -
tic twtwaea MBUFITIB sad points In CXB
The Shortest Rout
TO AI1I1 POINTS IN THE
All Texas Llnc JuY through tleUon mle t4&
The Cotton Belt Routes
Bates, maps tins tablet surf all lnformatlcsk
IrUl b ehmataiij furnished en pillet1on A
mj agent of thaeoaspajiy, or
H.M.OJJtXBM. fT.II. HJAjrJlClJB.
fT'tatysj' 4't I '' r"' : ""S
f you Want
A nice pleasant place to spend an
hour take in the "Provident An
nex" Fine airy rooms, hand
somely decorated. Best of fine
drinks, lunch all day long. Satur
rfnv nifhis Grand Free Lunch.
All sorts of games and recreations
and atheletio sports and free
Hfcfe. o:vioit ptom noun, now . I night. mmLJ( 4iMl.TteeEiiY.M:a J 1 llu I lUilll 1 lUUllJll
VvMi iEHHBfefe I WaobiJ iv office ion Whitehall at 414 Franklin Street.
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