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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY zl 1892.
GOLDSTEIN & MIG
19 cents a pair
15 cents a pair MIS1DSBBER
These are all new goods, fresh from the factory.
9 9 CeiltS Comforts worth $1.50
Jpl19 Heavy Gray Blankets worth $2
$9.99 Men's good Clothing worth $15
A I M5tffl fi Childrens' Merino Underwear worth
!2hP CentS Children's Underwear worth 40 cents
Jm& CentS Children's Undenvear worth 50 cents
,000 Articles at
GOLDSTEIN 4- MIGEL.
A Store House on Franklin St. for Rent.
JONES BROTHERS
REM ESTATE AND RENTAL AGT'S,
Waco, Texas.
HORACE PICKETT
Ss
EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS
Provident Building, Waco, Texas, Post Offlee Box'.No. 45,
Bpeolal ittent'on (riven 1o Organization aril Kxnmlnatlon of Hooks Tor Harks, 'Estates
Coiporattons. Jlerrliants, Hum fnctnrora. Insurance Ccmiuinles.ttc and to c mpllcat-
ed Accounts luLin,n'rtt on or Dispute, Crnfngcd Accounts Invcctlputed nndauuod
Books Opoued,P stod ft' dlloscd, and arriingtd fir any kind of Bnslness,
Stenography and TypbWiltlug a Specialty.
TKRM8 LIBERAL: CORRESPONDENCE BY MAIL OKj WIRE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
MONEY J
Money to lend on Vendors Lien N,otes.
Money to lend on Pawns.
Money to buy Notes, long or short time.
Houses and Lots for sale on Installments.
We will now contract to build residences
J"3STO, ID. MATPIELD,
BANKER. 'AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE
MIO JIfcO'W, PICKK E rs 8s Co.
WACO. : : : : TEXAS.
FIBE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. : . : : : : : 1
':::; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Promc Attention to all Business Placed with us.
DWOK VTflUClt 1IUTKI. JtOYAL.
DAILY $ WEEKLY
NEWS
LADIES' RUBBER
SANDALS.
Less Than Cost.
THOS. DUGELBT
Itigjelt3r5
AMD AUDITORS.
WAN Tint -Work In S'enouraphy and
typowrltl rot Geo W. Sn-rboionah at
William A Evans law otllce room !U Provident
building.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS
(limit & Poindoxtcr,
NO 310 AUSTIN AVr.NUE.
PERSONA L.
6. W. Crowilcr of Houston is at tho
MoUlelland.
P. II. Dodson of Columbia, Tenn.,
is registered at tho McClelland.
Mr. Carl H. Sbaefcr of Tho Day is
confined to his bed with la grippe,
Editor Itiohardson of tho Eddy
Morisengor was in the city yeBtorday.
Mr. M, C. II. Park has moved into
his new offices io the Provident build
ing.
Mr. G. J. Heflin a prominent young
druggist of Itookdalo is in tho oily
today.
Eugene Rosonbaum of Hillsboro is
in tho city and is stopping at tho Mo
Ololland. Geo. Morohant and wifo, of DallaB,
aro in tho city and have apartments at
tho Royal.
Mrs. II. Lo Maiso of Galveston is in
the city and is stopping at the New
McClelland.
Messrs. A. J. Caruthurs and S. 0.
Olivo left last night for St. Louis to
bo absent about a week.
Tom M. Wright and wife of Den
nison aro in tho city and have appart
ments at the McClelland.
II. M. Mclntyro and H. M. Smith
of Now York, aro in tho city and reg
istered at the New McClelland. ,
Br. Dawson and wifo are off for a
visit to Virginia. Dr. Dawson goes
to the Virginia Mountains for his
health.
Miss Lulla Hudson a oharming bello
of Coldwell Texas, who has been vis
iting Miss Ola Jackson has returned
to her home.
Mr. Lewis T. Tune, general mana
ger in Texas for the Bradstreet com
pany, arrived yesterday and left to
day for Dallas.
Mrs. T. J. Wormaok reooived a
telegram this morning announcing
the death of her mother, Mrs. Mary
A. Denton, of Whitnoy,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson of Cle
burne are in the oity and are taking a
course of thermal baths at the Paik
natatorium for their health.
Clearance Sale.
To closa out Wintor hats, hair
braids, bangs, ourls and wis
a speoialty.
Mrs. B. J. Doss,
40CK Austin St. near corner Fouith.
What I Know About Hardware and
Hard Times.
The cause of hard times is not Bhort
crops, Hoods nor drouths, low prioo of
cotton nor scarcity of money. It is
mo naoit 01 tno people to live beyond
their income, or in the language of
politioal economy, consumption is
ahead of production. If the man who
earns $50 00 per month and lives
comfortably on same, is advanoed to
$100.00 por month, will ho save his
increase? Vory seldom. He will at
oncoinoreaso his cost of living. But
if the $100 00 man is reduoed to
$50.00, ho will go in debt as long as
he has oredit, before ho will reduoo
his cost of living. Laborers who
earn $40.00 per month spend $80 -00
Thoso who earn $100, spend
$150. Farmers spend their crops be
fore thero is a seed in tho ground.
Merchants whoso income is $1000 a
year muuago to livo on $1500. Cities
wlnae income is $100,000 spend
$200,1)00. Railroad CVs., who earn
a million a year, spend two million.
No one seems to look out for the
"rainy day" which is suro to oorao
soonor or later. Theso defioits (be
tween earnings and expenses) whioh
appear from the lowest to tho highest
strata of sooiety, aooumulato until
oredit is.stretohed to tho highest ten
sion. A panio is tho lesult. This is
tho only remedy, for nothing short
of absolute necessity will teach the
average citizen to livo within his in
come. For your hardware go to
E. Strauss.
Corner 4th and Mary Sts. Waco.
CONRAD
CONRAD
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
While it is true I have been chosen fhc President oF the Louis.'
ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, 1st
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Com."
pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all other
business communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore
PAUL CONRAD,
LOCK B 13BB NEW ORLEANS C.
FWwF
LLII Hit
To Unload our Stock Before Moving
We
Offer
-ON
Desirable Shoes, Silks and Dress Goods,
'i
We are offering Children's Rub
bers for 10 cents a pair.
Ladies' Rubbers, broken sizes,
for 19 cents a pair.
Chilta's School Sloes
Sizes 4 to 8 at 50 cents.
Sizes 8 to 10 at 75 cents.
Sizes 11 to 2 at 85 cents.
Including heel and spring heel
and is a special good snap.
(Hi Lafiies Bals.
A lot of Lace Shoes and old
ladies' bals
Sizes 3, 4 and 5, worth from $ 1.50
to $1.75, for $1.00.
Ladies' Kid Button Shoes.
A lot of broken sizes. Sizes 2
to 4 were $2 a pair, now $125
a pair.
51.50.
500 Remnants of Silks and Dress Goods at half the original price.
10 pieces of all wool spring weight striped Dress Goods, were 75c,
now 45 cents.
Remember these goods are sure to go this week. So come and
and get first selection.
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND AUSTIN AVENUE.
CURTIS & GRAND
China, Glass ware, Lamps, Dinner and Tea Sets.
Round Oak Heaters.
CharterjfOak Stoves, Wagons, Trycicles.Bycicles, Hobby
Horses.
OURTIS & 0RAND
qoo AND 502 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS.
J. W. Maku, Presided.
K. Kotan,
Yx. Oamtoow, -Vice President.
Tom Paduitt.
First KTa,tiozxa,l Bank,
CAPITAL, $600,000. BUBPLUB AND PROFITS. $100,000.
t-Ii , It, ' I"'?- J0nM W- n- ". Wm.Brea.tedt. M. A Owper
tarAooonntBof Danks, Bankers, Merchant! and othen aro eolto lted. We pof5csinnmrp.il.
acuities for making oolleotlons.
CONRAD
Special
Cut
VERY-
SILKS.
A lot of fine Gros Grain Silks in
all colors. All silks worth $1.25
for 50 cents a yard.
- Surah Sis.
In short lengths and a small lot of
China Silks worth 50 to 60 cts,
a yard, for 35 cents a yard.
Blacl Faille Sill
Our $1.25 all silk Black Faille wc
offer at 75 cents a yard.
Black Falile Silt
Our $2 a yard black extra Silk.
we will sell this week at gi.25
BLACK ABJURE SILK.
A lot of fine Armufes in short
lengths 11 yards, was $2.75,
now $1 78 yard.
3 yards, was S2.50, a yartj( nQYt,
$1.65.
13 yards, was $2.25 a yard, now
K, Ron, Caihlei
) Assistant
W. V. Kobt
B. Q. PmooosB, I Cashiers.

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