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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 29
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GOLDSTEIN 4 MIGEL
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45 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 DressTatterns, Ladies' Garments and other goods
worth 75 cents to $1 each. ' "
4c
A DRESS.
This week the choice
of some 200 Dress
Patterns in buitings, Percals,
Zephyr prints etc, worth 75 cents
to $1 at only 49 cents a pattern.
FINE LACES.
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.
CORSETS.
& Gfygi Ladies' Corsets, a
JLCF handsome 75 cent
value, this week at 49 cents.
BOYS' WAISTS.
Boy's Fine White and Colered
waists worth 60 to 75 cents at 49
cents.
Ladies' Black and Colered
waists worth 75 cents at 49 cents.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
fl Cjfcfl Chemise, Gowns and
FUSkirts worth 7S centSi
Fine Lisle Thread vests worth 65
cents. Handsome drawers in
muslin and cambric worth 75
cents, all go at 49 cents.
49 Cents
Boys' Kneo Pants,
Boys' Fur Hats,
Children's Shoes,
Men's Underwear,
Men's Drawers,
Men's Crush Hats.
..1.
WUI III
75c to
$1
at'
49
Cents
CARPETS.
fl Cfctf Pretty Patterns in In
M.Wj grain Carpets worth
65 cents. Fur trimmed rugs worth
$1. Window shades worth 65 to
75 cents. Curtain poles worth 75
cents, all at 49 cents.
TABLE LINENS.
49c
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.
JEWELRY.
4-fctf Fine Ro11 Gold Lace
'rBrCFJU p;ns Fancy Pins,
Hair Pins, Cuff Buttons, Orna
ments, Head Bands, etc., worth $1
at only 49 cents.
IfOll UiwrTworoomi, nlro. airy, hent
thy. location on trcetcnr lino, No. 18o2
iib'Iu A.vc. Alfoono tdiic&ted parrot foraalo.
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PERSONAL.
his Week is our Special Sale of
EMBROIDERIES PLACES.
Goldstein & Mil' el
GEO. WILLIG,
REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANGE AND LOAN AGENT.
Money to Loan on Farms, Ranches, and all Kindt of City Property, at Low Ratei of Interest
and in Amouats to Suit.
OFFICE: RoomNo. 10, Provident Building, First Floor.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $ioo,ooc
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,ooc
IDHE&ECJTOIRS.
J. B. MoLlCTDON. President.
W. D. LAOT,
o. b. maaiNsoN,
J. T. DAVIS, Vloo-preuldent.
J. E. PABKKB,
THOS. P. ABKEL.
L B. BLACK, CSBhl.i
OAUITIKLD.
Aoooantnof bnk. bankers, merchant, farmars. mechanics and other classes Bollolted. ta
Sayaamuoh attention to braali aosoanta as large nnoa. We give veronal and speolal attentlo
our oolleotton depart nont, and roilta aay of ptvment. Exahange bought and gold 01
all the prlnolpnlpntnt of the United Btateti and Europe.
The Mum & Rotan Investment Co.
-3:Ol 1-2 A--uLstlrL St.
OAPITTAJL, $.30,000.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
Correspondence solicited.
, Botjln, President
tVM. Cakbdon,
Tom Padoitt.
'lee Presidents,
J. E, BOB, Cashier.
. 11 , Assistant
) Cashier.
First lfcTatioan.al !Ba,n.3s:.
WACO, : : TEXAS
.CAPITAL, 1600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS,
185,000.
Fort, W. 11.
Mr. Kirk Hall of Dallas, is at the
Royal.
Mr. R. F. Alexander of Lorena.is at
the New McClelland.
Mr. J. W. Orand of Whitney, is
registered at the Pacific.
Mrs. P. II. Poguo has sufficiently
recovered to bo out again.
Col. II. J Sledge of Tyler, is auto
graphed at the Hotel Royal.
Miss Celia Goldberer, County Clerk
Baker's efficient assistant, is quito ill.
Mrs. S. J. Quay is still vory sick at
the family homo on South Eighth
streot.
Mrs. Dr. Fosouo who has boon very
ill for tho past week is now very much
improved.
Mr, 0. A. Richardson leaves for
Austin tonight. Ho will return to
morrow night.
Mrs. Chas. W. Hobson returned
last night from a visit of several weeks
to San Antonio.
Mr. J. 0. Stephenson and wife have
returned from an extended visit- to
Chattanooga, Tonn.
Mr. Otis David is out aftor quito a
spell of illness. Mrs David who was
also ill is muoh improved.
Col. Moso Harris, of Espuela, is in
the oity. Ho is ono of the best known
nowspapor men in Texas
Mr. It. B. Dickey is in the city,
called here by the sad news of the
death of his father. Judge E. Dickey.
Jndgo and Mrs. Eugene Williams
went to Austin this afternoon to make
a short visit to Mrs. Williams parents.
The Misses Meigs and tho Misses
Powell, composing the Meigs sisters'
quartette, are domiciled at tho Hoyal.
Mr. Jno. B. Tscharner was called
to Illinois Sunday night, by a telegram
announcing the serious illness of his
sister.
Mr. M. L, Baker one of C. 0. Dem
sis & Bros, employees is at work again
aftor a spell of Biokneas lasting several
weeks.
Mr. S. F. Dale, the well-known
representative of the Georgo D.
Barnard Printing Co., of St Louis, is
in the city .
Cant. F. E. Rodgers of the San An
tonio and Aransas Pass railway is con
fined to his bed with an attaok of in
flamatory rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ellis of Austin,
are in tho city. They were called to
Waco by the sad intelligence of the
death of their grandchild, the infant
of Judge and Mrs. Eugene Williams.
Judgo Clark was considerably indis
posed when ho returned home Satur
day and has been HI since, but ho is
improving now and was a wolcomo
visitor at his office down town to day.
Tho many friends of Mr. J. C. J
King, Jr., will be glad to learn that
he is much better. He was able to
get out of his bed for the fust "time
last. Saturday but is not yet able to
walk.
Mr. W. Merrick Ford has returned
from New York where ho wont for
medical treatment. His many friends
will be glad to learn that his genoral
health is much improved and bis
lameness, for which ho wai treated,
is relieved to a great extent.
Mr. Forsgard will leave tho oity next
Wednesday for Now York, from
whence ho will take passago to Sweden
on tho first outgoing vessel. This is
tho first visit of Mr. Forsgard to his
native heath sinoo ho loft it years ago.
Ho will return about Ootober next.
Mr. Jas. Humbird of Maryland, a
dircotor and ono of tbo largest stock
holders in tho Waco Cotton Mills is in
tho city. There was a meeting of the
direotors this morning but no busi
ness was transacted and they adjourn
od subject to the oall of the president.
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f laundryirnaidis hope
js uieiHirir, a i v au&p
for k saves dou Jier tune ana her Jibor,
Aid sJje'Jl fmd t Iter clothes with a
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than those of her
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CLAIRBTTE QOAP
Manufactured
only by
N.K.FAIRBAHK&CO.,
ST. LOUIS,
Lr,J3$ ess
s S P-s s& sL PsSHSM s 3
WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
"In fact, everything you
can be found at the
ment of
need for your house
Mammoth Establish-
CURTIS & ORAND,
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
Mr. 0. N. Curtis, of tho firm of Cur
tis & Orand, left this afternoon via the
Missouri, Kansas and Texas on a bus
iness trip to St. Louis, New York and
several othor eastern cities.
JtZBBaxOBSK. Eotan, Win. Cameroa, Tom Padgltt, J. ;K. lioea, W .V
Kellett. ID. K. WallA.ce, W. It. Dnnnlca, Wm. Braustedt, M. A..Uoupt.
iar"Acoonnta of Banks, BsniorB, Merchants and others ari aolloltet We posse is unuassics
adllttea for making oollootlons.
ifcdcoiio2r, jpixtpsk: e od ss Co
WACO. : : : : TEXAS,
FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. : . : : : 1 1 1
1 : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
OWJOB
Do make a change in your
head gear. Get a nobby hat
from tha reliable house' of
:m::r,S- tdoss
400 AUSTIN ST.
Hilt & Co., shoe retailers 4I4 Aue-
What I Know About Hardware and
Why Times are Hard Hero.
1 . The prevailing habit of living
beyond tho income. 2. The habit of
buying goods on long time at high
prices. 3. ine importation ot many
million dollars' worth of goods that
could be produced at home. 4 The low
prices of cotton. 5. The 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 encourago fraud
and protect it. Every one 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 pa)ing. The only rem
edy against hard times is to
remove 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 $4 a:piece up. I
also keep the Fairbank and Howe un
ion and platiorm scales lrom 400
pounds up to 2500 pounds. The
Fairbank Cotton beams, Fairbank and
Victor wagon scales. The Sapfford
counter scale which has all tho latest
improvements; the postal which de
signates the weight as well as amount
of postage due on a letter, book or
package. The latest wonder is the
Acme self-computing scale which both
weighs and computes the amount due
you. there 'is no better assortment
of scales in Texas than mino and my
prices are bottom. Ed. Strauss,
Fourth and Mary Streets.
-THE-
Cotton Belt Route
(St. Louis Southwestern Ry.)
TO
St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis
ANDILIj POIHTD BETOHD.
fr
Froe Reclining Chair Cars
an.l Pullman Bnffot Slwporft
Two Daily Trains
MEMPHIS
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To
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gar to eooneetlog reifctMJlMPEIB wlU
out leaf and dlsWTCMbl aanflnis ttmf
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The Shortest Rout
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bt mmt of tfcaeoaBpany, or
It. M. VASTUS, W.B, niAjrlMXM,
sts'6;. A$c
Hotel Royal Bar.
Haydon fr Haydon, proprietors.
Neat and quiet Vory finest wino&
and liquors. Suporb lunoh at 10.
Old Irionds and oustomcrs as well
new will moet a hearty weloomo.
BUSINESS NOTICE.
Tho News la not responsible for nor
will ltpay auy bills unless authorized
by a writton or verbal order from th
manager.
Jno. Meir Railroader shoeB at Hilt
& Go's., 4i4 Austin street.
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