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8Full Associated Press Reports.
r.RTAiti.isiir.n ,tvi,t m, ihhh.
JCntered at the roitofllceat Waco, Texat, it Second duel Matte
'OL. 4. NO. 197.
50 Cents Per Month
I'M ltd
In Medium Qualifies,
At Liow Prices
tie tj
Whip Cord Serges 30c a yard
Bedford Cords 14c a yard
Diagonal Mixtures 14c a yard
Bias Novelty Weaves 35c a yard
Choice Challies 18c a yard
34-Inch Cashmeres 19c a -yard
38-Inch Cashmeres 29c a yard
Plaid Worsteds 12c ayard
All of the above are" in the New Spring Shades and
Colorings, and prices 25 per cent, below value.
thi: l'ltr.urifmTEii.
A Large Lot of Remnants of Dress
Goods at Half Price.
f-ias Beep Used
To a wonderful advantage in the purchase of this season's
Stock, and has accomplished for us truly surprising results.
Our New Goods have arrived, and we are now offering: the
best bargains in Furniture ever placed before the people of
Central lexas.
You can not afford to buy a Bedroom Suit until you
have seen our New Goods.
Tlio Small AilmiNklnii Fco llrluga a
Crowd U I ho 11 vim Nccdliaui
Flfflil Tliey "Will all Hcnmlu to
ico tlio ITlnlior Flty.tluiuioii Scritp.
ICinir Hex nml Other Celebrities,
New Orleans, Feb. 29. The
city is crowded with sporting
men to-day. Charley Mitchell,
Jim Hall, Billy Meyer, George
Siddon, Tommy Danforth, and
hundreds of other prominent pugi
lists are here, notwithstanding the
fact that the Ryan-Ncedham fight,
which takes place to-night before
the Metropolitan club is not con
sidered as great an event as the
Mahcr Fitzsimmons fight on
Wednesday night, yet the cheap
admission fee of five dollars, has
caused a big run on the club, and
at noon, standing room is being
sold. Bets are being offered in
the pool rooms here on Needham,
seven to five, with few ' takers.
There is plenty of Fitzsimmons
money in the city at even, with
reluctant takers. A thousand
dollar bet that Fitz. wins went
begging this morning. The
streets oresent a rraln dav nnnenr-
ance, in honor of the arrival of
King Rex and other mardi gras
Will Sherman Itellre?
New York,. Feb. ' 29. A
Washington special has it that
Senator Sherman will probably
retire from the senate before-, the
expiration of his term and hat
Secretary Foster will succeed
Washington, Feb. 29. Sena
tor Sherman's comment this morn
ing'upon the pulished statement
that he has made up his mind to
resign from the senate is brief but
comprehensive. He said, "there
is not the slightest foundation for
the story. 1 have never uttered
to any one my purpose to resign,
for I have never even contempla
ted it."
We take pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that about
JSfclaurcli. 1st: Jtt&iszt
We will occupy the Store Rooms, corner
Fifth and Austin Avenue, Nos. 500, 502
and 504, with a
Complete - Assortment
Of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, -Ladies'
and .Housefurnishing Goods, Clothing,
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods, Trunks
Valises, Etc. Respectfully,
hittinghill, Jones & Goodloe
The Miner Kill In illnilu a .Special
Washington, Feb. 29. The
House rules committee has report
ed a resolution making the silver
bill a special order for March 22,
23 and 24 and Mr. Catchings has
given notice that he will call the
resolution up next Monday.
Our $27.50 CheVal Suit Saves you $12.50.
Our $37.50 Cheval Suit Saves you $15.00.
Our $47.50 Cheval Suit is the best value we ever offered
and, saves you $20.00.
Our new line of Wicker Rockers and Fancy Chairs is
the most attractive ever shown in this market. Latest de
signs, largest stock and lowest prices.
. Our new stock of Sideboards is full of wonderful values:
Our:$i8.oo Sideboard saves jtou $7.00, and you are very
hardltoplease if out $30.00 Sideboards are ;iot fine enough
ibryfou. '
' ' ' Qi NOT MY A FOIiQlfiG EED
tmtil you-have seen the latest thing out
you will want it.
JiVe have it and
A Terrific G tile Willi Sorloim Effect
la Jersey.
PleasantvillE, N. J., Feb. 29.
A terriffc gale has been raging
here for the past twenty-four
hours. The wind is from the
northeast, and is blowing with a
hurricane force. The meadows
between here and Atlantic City'
are submerged about a foot. The
tracks of the Camden and Alle
gheny road are under water, and
all trains are being delayed. It is
reported that the tracks of the
Ocean City railroad have been
washed out.
President Greenup Indicted by llio
(raiid Jury.
Chicago, Feb. 27. It trans
pires that J. B. Greennup, presi
dent of the whiskey trust has been
'indicted In lioston" by the federal
grand jury for violation the anti
trust law. A capias was received
here and the United States Mar
shal Hitchcock left for Peoria ,on
Saturday night to arrest him.
Tlio Cnttnn ITIurkut.
New York, Feb. 29. Cotton.
Spots steady and unchanged.
New Orleans. Feb. 29. Cot
ton Steady; low midling, $$&;
Futures, steady, March, 5.28; ,
April 6.38; May, 6.48; June, 6.58;
July, 6 58; August, 6.78; Septem
ber, 6.88; October, 6.98; Novem
ber, 7.08. Sales, 1,300. Others
Sixth and Jacksoj
ludlaiiupnlU Strike Have I'rleiuU
Wlio Wilt I'lKlit.
Indianapolis, Feb. 29. At
to o'clock this morning two spe
cial policemen were assaulted by
a mob of two thousand people who
were in sympathy with the strik
ers. They were pimmelled over
the head and had to seek shelter
fiom the mob on Washington
street. The mob is very demon
strative, and there will be blood
shed unless the police outnumber
the mob. A real mob law is ex
pected about 1 1 o'clock, when the
first car is started.
Wenllier Indication.
Washington, Feb. 29. For
Arkansas and Eastern Texas, col
der, northwesterly winds and fair
weather; continued colder and
fair on Tuesday.
Klllm HIm Four Children and Then
London, Feb. 29. A crazy
shoemaker named Revell who re
sides at Broad Swords, near Don
caster killed his four children yes
terday by cutting their throats.
He then attempts to kill himself
and though he did not inflict
wounds that were instantly fatal,
he is in a precarious condition.
The IIIIiiuIh NlutiiHimili In tile
HiindK nf UoctorN.
Washington, Feb. 29. Rep
resentative Springer is confined to
his house suffering from a compli
cation of disorders. He is expe
riencing a severe attack 01 grip
which is aggravated by erysipelas
and derangement of the nervous
system. It is not expected he
will be able to resume his legisla
tive duties for two weeks.
j.vv :oi;m.
ItetoliuloiiN Fiivorlnir I'renldcnt
Diaz' Hu-elcieilou.
City ok Mexico, Feb. 29.
Yesterday eighty members sur
rounding the mining towns held a
meeting in favor of 1'resident
Diaz. A committee was appointed
to convey the resolutions adopted
to President Diaz. In replying to
the resolutions, President Diaz
said he would continue to do every,
thing in his power to promote
peace and progress in his country.
An Embezzler.
jNeW York, Feb. 29. Geo.
Edward Krapf of the German
Army was arrested on board the
Aurania as she came in today on
the charge of embezzling 57o
marks. He had over 15,000
marks on his person.
IIIn Son Niiym He Ih not Very Sick
New YORK, Feb. 29. George
Gould said this morning that his
father's illness was not serious.
He passed .1 very comfortable
night and sereins to be somewhat
better fliis morning. Mr. Gould
could not say when his father
would sart on his southwestern
Flro at Hoi .Sprint,''
Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. 29.
An extensive conflagration visited
Hot Springs early this morning.
Fifteen business houses in the
southern part of the city, including
the new Syndicate stone block in
which the postofficc is located,
were burned. The total loss ag
gregated $75,000; insurance,
For Rent.
Six. room bouse, batli room, a largo
pallery, oistom and stable, good looa
tion. Apply to Mrs. W. J. Harris,
No. 1023 Jefferson street.
Tho City Savings Bank will bo
opened for business tomorrow. Tho
directors meet on tlio rub. Until tbat
time tho subscription bookn will be
open to thoso who deeiro stock.

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