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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 13 October 1898

• I - jr [frin & McO The Retries* and'' Sleepless . Real Estate, Instance and Rental Agente, he tUcelUn >Jtm v" • V->N-• ED: J. NEER, The Popular Druggist, fstiExr* Tablets and «^"School Bag . VOL. IK- WBATHBRPORD. PARKER COUNTY, TKXA8. THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1898. NO. 14 Dress Goods T*ie latest creation of Foreign and Do- mestic Looms you will find here, at astonishing low prices: Scotch , Plaids in plain and basket weave, 28 inches wide, 6 styles to select from, value 2oc, This week, per yd 15c Hercules and other styles of of braid for trimming pur- poses at 2oc to ic per yd. For Gentlemen — Link Cuff Buttons 15c and 25c a pair; Gents Collar Buttons 5c, ioc and 25c each. 34-inch plaids, part wool, very showy, value 35c, This week, per yd 25c Stylish Seperate Skirts at less than cost of material, 100 different styles to select from 40-inch Plaids, silk and wool mixed, value 65c, This week, per yd 50c Covert Cloth, the latest crea- tion in all the leading shades 36-inch, and 4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 13 October 1898

THE REPUBLIC. O. V. IVDWIO, l*ubli#n r. WBATHEKFORD, .• : TEXAS TEXAS CONDENSED. tima la A house was wracked at Woodville by Are. 7*ake Cain died at Bastrop from an overdose of morphine. # A 2-year-old boy dropped dead at Hill8boro. Heart disease. McKlnney's new artesian well shows a flow of 200,000 gallons per day. John H. Leavell's barn at George- town was destroyed by lightning. A number of Germans have recently arrived at PariB from Pennsylvania. The 'ectric lights of Dallas last week v are badly infested with bugs. George Fontaine, charged at El Paso with counterfeiting, has been indicted. Sim Harris, living near Gilmer, had * wagonload of lumber fall on him and kill him. The residence of ex-Mayor Forster at Texarkana, valued at |3000, was de- stroyed by Are. David McLaurln of Haskell was killed at Guthrie, Tex., by bis horse falling on him. Two residentes were destroyed by Are at Texarkana. Total value, flBOO; insurance, |800. Prank Hatcher accidentally killed Thomas H. Cox, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 13 October 1898

>L i V mm ; ' —/ An Epitome of Recent Doings in Texas. Throckmorton Monuiueur. McKinney, Tex., Oct. 8.—For the purpose of entering Into permanent organization the Throckmorton Memo- rial association mot at the courhouse Thursday night with Coi. R. De Ar- mond in the chair. Articles of asso- ciation were adopted. Dr. G. A. Foote, the life-long friend of the ex-governor, was elected secre- tary. Mrs. Jessie Sharp and Mrs. M. M. Garnett were elected vice presi- dents. Mrs. Frank Wilcox and Miss Fannie Abernathy were named as as- sistant secretaries. I. D . Newsoue, treasurer. E. W. Kirkpatrick, S. D. Hatter, T; B. Wilson, Mesdames Dr. K. -fc Burton, J. M. Pearson and W. T. Wylie were appointed to aid the president in mak- ing out a list of members for the va- rious permanent committees to be pre- sented at the next meeting. A committee on by-laws was also ■elected. Just as early as possible a list of promoters in every county in tho state will be named and published throughout the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 13 October 1898

SfilKSí m SPECIAL MISCELLANEOUS booH 5000 Cloth Bound Books by the Best Authors are Offered ?t a Sacrifice. I 200 Popular Classics, In Moire Silk Binding, by the following au'hors: Holmes, Maclaren, Dickens, Cervantes, Drutnmond, Kingsley, Kempis, Scott, Moore, Lytton, Hugo, etc Publishers price $1 oo, Special Price 65c. Alpine Edition Of Cloth Bound Books, Gold Tops, some of the authors are Corelli, Irving, Barrie, Holmes, Bacon, Marlett, Werner, Sewall, Caine, Maclaren, Smiles, Dick- ens, Dumas,, etc. Publishers price 50c. Special Price 35c. Handy Volume Classics, In unique binding, comprising The Devotional Series, Political Series, Essays and Belle's Let- ters, all by the very best authors. Publishers price 50c, Special Price 25c. 500 Handy Volume Classics, List of Titles are unsurpassed, Publishers price 25c, Special Price 3 for 50c. The Cotton Belt railway head- quarter* at the Dili las Fair ara in charge of Mr. Geo. II. Brown, of Little Rook, who is a bundle of energy and oo*...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 13 October 1898

.4- BL1C the re thursda Beet McAlcitflj/ind Rock Creek coal, eolil by AjJV^ewis. 10 tf B. B. Lejjttw attended the Dallas Fairthi w Judge I. N. Roach went oat to Poolvillc Tuesday. —Land loans, negotiated promptly by J. M. Richards. tf S. G. Mouzon went over to Dal- las, Tuesday, on business. The mem herb of the Weatherford fire department attended the Dal- las Fair yesterday in a body. —The Paragon id the place te get your Tonborial wore done.. Hair cut 10c tc, shave Khitp. 9 3-tf W. \V. McCrary and J, T Moo.e sold their tarín luía ed miles east of town last Saturday lo Mr. J. P. Hester. —Buy your groceiiei ¡rom R W. Bonner & Go. They will u>h' you right and npprtu-ipto youi trade. 13 4t Tom Gulaway and Gus Jensen had a fight Tuesday. Severul licks were passed and it is spid that Jen- sen got the worst of it. —Dr. Smith, Oculist and Aurist (reata eye, ear, nose and throat Glasses accurately adjusted. 4-27 A cemetery association is to be organized in our city right away. Jü've...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 13 October 1898

> iw ' The Usureé Daughter: BY CHARLOTTE M. BRAE/IE. INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XLI.—(Continued.) I "Very well, my dear; do Just as you like; you know beat, of courae. I will •ay that you do not feel very well. Go i to your room, by all means. I hope 'you will soon be better. Now try to i cheer up; it will be all right. .1 will see to this difficulty with your hus- band for you." ! She looked up at him proudly. "You must not Interfere, papa. I shall never return to him now!" He looked pityingly at the white Cace. "You appear very ill, Hildred. Is there notbing that I can do for you?' "Nothing," she replied, coldly. In ,31er heart she felt bitterly angry with !her father. She had trusted him; he bad misled her. She did not offer to kiss him or to touch his hand, but went quietly out of the room and upstairs, leaving him with some very unpleas- ant thoughts. It had hot been an agreeable Inter- ruption to his breakfast, but he tried to think little of it. It was only a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 13 October 1898

. Lile Awtf. iver, be mag. take No-To- jeK weak men U Cure Kuaran- tne. Add reaa " New York. it nbo l« ig- irant. Don't Tobaeea SpM M'l To ault tobáceo eaai'l nerve] Bar the wonder-wornej itrong AlldrUggUti, * feed Booklet and Sterling Remedy Co.. He is indeed i¡ norant that be is Ueauty M— CtoMi blood 'nea*"^ 6k"P' Ko ,1<)auty witKfc^t ■ jBearata. Candy Cathartic cleans j «M*Rwd and keeps it clean, by wii ring up the lazy liver and driving all im- purities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascareis,—beauty ior ten cents. All drug- gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 28c, 50c. Warlike generals and summer girls delight in many engagements. Uow'a This? We offerOne Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 13 October 1898

NT, Cashier. J. D. BAKER, President. C. D. HABTNETT, Vice President. Kulp's Restaurant. w. b B. w. Kirst N"actional WEATHERFORD, - TE BSTRBLISHBD I88O : un Dio n Cromóles BSgesHotvChewful acMandftstCootaiasndüvT OaumXorphine nor Mineral- tfOTNAHCOTIC .Sour S tonic h. Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish- Signature of aí&ffíss; NEW YORK. exact COPY Of wrappcb Coll'sr* Nota* service For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of to Use For Over Thirty Years CASTOBIA TNI fltlltauw COMWmV. H«W VOW OtTV* [Bv EUGENE POTTER.] tev. R. C. Armstrong conduct Monday morn after 8<ripture las-ion, Singing prayer he them delivered an 9ting Lecture; his Theme was fully discussed. All ssing nicely. Vocal Depertmeut is full ipil pupils are doing good Si ias and choruses from the os such as Haydens "crea- easons Mendelsolin's Lone ■ ■«■*"~&¿ndels Messiah etc. is torn ther work being done. Miss Ida Oxford of Stephens trille was a pleasant caller the pasi w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 3 November 1898

McCrary The Reitleu and Sleepless Real Estate, Insurance and Rental Agents, VOL. IX. WEATHERFORD. PARKER COUNTY, TEXAS. THUR8DAY, NOV. 3, 1898. The reuon why you want to buy your Tablets and Box Paper from ED. J. NEER, Is because be has the nicest liue in town. NO. 17 f m 111 1 / For Ladies. Very Interesting Store News. w Sewing Machine Needles, per paper .... 5^ Two Ladies' Vests for 2$C Ready Made Skirts $I.OO to $5*®® Lace Pillow Shams, per pair ^5® Ladies' Capes SOC to $IO.OO Ladies' Jackets $1.5® to $5«00 Fascinators $1,5® Children's Hoods ^5 " to 75® All kinds of Dress Goods, per yard IOC to $(.50 All kinds of Dress Trimmings, per yard . . IC to I.OO Good Underskirts 5®® to 1.25 Ladies' Belts IOC to 50C Outing Flannel, per yard 5C to IOC 12 dozen Shirt Buttons for '• • • 5® Pearl Dress Buttons, per dozen 5C Canton Flannel, per yard 5C *0 IOC Mighty good Domestic, yard wide, at .... 4® Ladies' Mitts and Gloves, per pair IOC to $1.00 Bleached Table Linen, per yard 25c Good Heavy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 3 November 1898

V —. * y." f ■ THE REPUBLIC. O. C. U'DWIO, ruttlianar. ' WEATHKRFORD. : : i TEXAS Women' «hoes are naturally tight When they «re full. The meaner a man js the harder lie tries to lower bis record. The detective who rides a wheel should indulge in track exercise. DREYFUS CASETO BE REOPENED m Court of Cassation Has Ordered a Revis- ion of the Same-Prisoner May be Taken to Prance. No man can endure with patience a woman's slur about his clothing. The prettier the girl the more atten- tion she seems to think she requires. There are no professional women divers. It is Impossible to talk under water. • The tramp is always glad to get a steak, but he draws the line at chops in the wood shed. Some people try to console them- selves in the hour of their misfortune by saying "There are others." Some are rich in money only; how poor are they! To hold money is noth- ing; to use it for the highest good is rapture. The habit of virtue cannot be formed In a closet. Habits are formed by acts of rea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 3 November 1898

•y* TEXSS_EVENT S That Have Happened Within a Brief Period. U J I r nhau SM ;er(riit. Brenham, Tex., Oct.31.—A more aus plcioub dawning for the great sangcr- iest, which wc.s held here yesterd.ey, could Hot have been desired. The air was crisp and exhilarating,the sky without a cloud speck, the sun shining genial and inspiring and all nature, in anticipation of the great festival, was itself lull of delightful harmonies. At .. 10. o'clock the streets were deserted and the crowd adjourned to Germanla park, on South Market street, where •the second regiment band, under the direction of Prof. Eilers, executed Home brilliant numbers and put kthe visitors in a thorough good humor for the great vocal chorus singlag wQlch was to follow. "Das Deutsche Lied" and some other selections were ren- dered by all the societies present in a most leasing man*ner. Following the grand chorus was a solo by Misa Fuchs, which elicited a storm of ap- plause, as did also a song by Mrs. Mar- guerite Fisher-B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 3 November 1898

I § I W> Lmital i UBiSMjca* HsmMS om Ml > ttof ¡XiA ík Cievyiít CWfc jMrtfSS «4M V usw-An xtm Jk W. ki. > 7*y mt atl J mm i. ? X A. ftill. 8L 5«aL, st £**"'ie.nct1 D*aW«r l*l meaia vi « £ 3* *ti¡ JEW«t r* eulx Aasi Will Bay r ^esfr ?**- • - # feew Peo v, y Ls«*r ?*** - #dnl- y Cébe Tar loep 1 fm Osar 3w* Jfimitiag X C frrrwjrtnm, i " f Itmd., * x. liatliwagp dink . 3ww" 3/ •Mir * iamr -wjnprr. inc.-in i sfj« > <n<UÍMv n ülesM «N * «tttktt 4f. ÍB mú « X 1 .wt: VOTEH STRAIGHT |Mittt«fii imffy< ífcifñcs it to soy, lnm tvrt, (tint thiry ara opposed to te|M Ut|tnii htrnce are |m.IIM* <4 '• *<«ir.* iiU 'I we are to ^mu .i i<>aiuí1(I wtf must íct in miiiwu, lUMMtug our entirestrength w|im« it *iti vail us- rwjgaitioa, ^ ti i piiftf by our 'jppoueuts. Scvití*!., « "is* ?ie«cui js well ta ' ok :wb*« KciUte « "¿le party, t. i c* ami ia sict; i t ..o «4fiy vííw ^.ntnc-- ticket' iuio.xj, jk •<¡¡ir,.'V ríe re- fuií'«Í>v «w ears xülí «#«>> -í4«í.v in '...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 3 November 1898

M t \ —A. J Stanger Bells more Suits than any firm in Weatherford. tf Want to buy Vendor's linn notes lOtf W. R. VlVRKTT. L. W. Dunn and family have moved over to the north side. —For a neat and reliable Abstrae', of Title at moderate price, see 15tf Taylor & Taylor. Mr. V. A. Bot*fort« returned horn' Saturday from Henrietta, where he bad been on business for some time. —To arrive, one-fourth car lo id of TRUNKS from $1.36 to *8.00 At A. J. ST ANGER'S. 17t, Col. Isom Oraufill, the popular banker ot Wintt, was in the city on Thursday of last week. —A. J. STANGER sells the best line of BOOTS and SHOBS in Weatherford for the price. I7tf Mrs. Arrington and daughter, of Granbury, are the guests of Mrs. W. G. Kindel. —A. J. STANGaR is closing out his DRESS GOODS at 50 per cent, t" cose out quick. Go "ee him. 17tf Don't fail to cast a vole for Hon. W. A. Hanger, of Tarrint county, for s^ate senator. He is a prrmin nt young Democrat ui m.irki>.l lU.iy. —SI. G. Milmo & Bros., the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 3 November 1898

* wBmf * SESBSE ffpSl " -v^?' Daughter. BY CHARLOTTE M.BRAEME. INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XLV. AD Y CARAVEN decided to follow the advice of her friend Sir, Raoul, and forgive her husband. Bho re- ceived him in the pretty little boudoir in which the few months of her girl- ish life at home hod been spent. She was standing by the window when he entered. His step was so light and quiet that she did not hear him at flrst; and he looked at her for half a minute in silent admiration. "Hildred!" he called, and at the sound of his voice a crimson Hush seemed to burn her neck and face. She was quite silent for a minute, And then she turned to him and held out 'her hand. "Can you—do you really forgive me?" he asked. "I hardly dare to hope that It is true." "It is quite true," sbe replied; and be detected a slight tremor in her voice. "Let me ask a question in my turn: Is It true that you love me?" Tea." he answered. "It ts as true j as that heaven ts above me." ■"Will you tell a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 3 November 1898

Th« Sympathetic Woman. The truly sympathetic woman Is Just as ready to tangh as to weep with us on occasion. She Is never tired with our troubles nor envious of our good for- tune. She has the knack of making men feel that their concerne are her concerns, though they tend but to the foot-hall field and are bounded by the smoke of the favorite meerchaum. This is an art in itself, and its reward tarries not, for such a woman Is never without an attendant swain. When men are scarce, when there are not enough of them to go around, she has them to spare. She can make any man feel a very fine fellow indeed in his own eves, and thin Is a feeling sought after in this world. linn liy a Tiuot. "Your mother agrees with nie exact- ly, Johnny," said hia father, proceed- ing to trim the twigs from a tough switch. "She thinks, with ine, thai you need a trouncing, and you are go- ing to get it, my son." "Ves," bitterly exchdmed Johnny, "you and maw always agre when it comes to lickin' me. You and m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 3 November 1898

>¡ I r-y í. - 1 ; , ' \ I) t \ 5 Digestion,Cheetful- BstContafosodOier NASCOTIC. Apoto! Bemedy forOonstlna- flcm.Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms jConvulsions,Feverish! land Loss OF Susel Signatura oí TTEW YOHK. EXACT COPT Of WRAPPEB. For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA ▼Ml OBNTAUR OOMHNT, IIW Tim OfW. FRESH MEATS. The people of tbe North Side now have an opportunity to Satrcnize a Meat Market in their own neighborhood. I will eep all kinds of Fresh Meats constantly on hand, and will be glad to serve them. J. E. JOHNSON, Next door to T. J. Hargrove. R. J. NORTON. ^ IN Wines, Liquors -and Cigars. The largest and best selected stock of Liquors in Weatherford. 313 North Main. 'A.} J. A Beard, a prominent cotton buyer of Eastland, was in the city Sunday. Mrs. A. Ball of Dallas is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. W. Kindel. Jim Tom Story, Jr., of the Mineral Wells Health Resort, w as in the city Monday mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 16 February 1899

mm 0m ' J ' r -x\. -/ . > - ■ ■ , . ' ®he tDeekln ttepnblir VOL. IX. WEATHERFORD. PARKER COUNTY, TBXAS. THURSDAY, FEB. 16 1899. NO. 32 ►N'T FORGET^? That it is still winter time, and now is a good time to invest your spare change in Bargains. > I *> '• [ -V-- • * Good heavy dark color outing, short tenth, worth, ioc, now Hen's fleeced drawers, reduced froió^ 50c to * yQli Hen's Natural wool undershirts, •reduced froni^^oc to ■ • • • ,j Men's Hen's cashmereha reduced from 3 '•U! ' !)!• > •i lA+iiosvt h->ífc=ír .... .yiü.'.a v'^coT )u<yi"a áiSj i't'xinH ••*•••*«• •*. • • « * j# •• t&n*: ..Til ) WUMI Ladies' union suits, ecrue or silver grey, 50c quality, reduced to. Ladies' union suits, grey only, 35c quality, reduced to t •••••• v' Children's wool mitts, assorted colors, reduced from ioc to mm**i '••I'M Ladies' Jackets, any and all Ladies' and Hisses' éa a a Jackets, $5.00 and $7.50 were the prices, now g/i43 Ladies'Capes, two plush capes left only, the price ár...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 16 February 1899

zjr- THE WEATHBRPORD REPUBLIC; FEBRUARY 16. 1899. T\. ! DINNt-R Sfc I $ A'hletle. wd Bnttb. There la a popular delusion that an athlete mint necessarily be a healthy man, by reason of his athleticism,but as a matter of fact, muscular develop- ment Is not an affair of the constitu- tion; It Is an accident, pure and sim- ple. Strong limbs are frequently 10 be found aesoclateed with a weak heart, and many a strong man dies of consumption. If health may be de- fined as a capacity for hanging op to life, then In many cases the weakest are the berrl'hlest. It such a defini- tion is accurate, women are healthier than men, their average length of days beirg greater. It Is doubtful, however. If centenarians, merely be- cause th(>y are centenarians, are abso- MANY PIECES lutely the healthiest. It is as hard to . , . , ¿ ¿ «y what Ufe Is as to say wbi|t health and o rich piece perfect lú shápe, la> and the way fa which unhealthy color au'i decoiation, can be bought people are tenacious o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 16 February 1899

THE WEATHERFORD REPUBLIC: FEBRUARY 16 1899. Fare Patriotism. Such a rare virtue is pure un- adulterated patriotism, that when discovered should be opwnly com mended. The country from Maine to California has a surplus of men, who are aaxiom to bold of&oe to which a salary is attached, but men are so i ce. who are will ing to give their time and attention to the duties of a public office in which there ia neither reward, dig nity r honor. Mineral Wells, however, contains one of these rare gentlemen; >ne well known to many of the Republic readers, as an active, energetic, enthusiastic mover iá what ever he may under- take. Whether popular or unpop vitur, makes no different to him. The gentleman referred to is Dr. C. B. Raines, a distinguished physi- cian, who haa been appointed street commissioner. In assuming the duties of office the dootaftr in part •ay*: "The Hon. Oity Council of thi« ci!y has appointed me street com- mirtsiuner. This m a or office en- tirely shorn of emolume...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Republic — 16 February 1899

• V7' - <? .' -V THB WBATHBRFORD REPUBLIC: FEBRUARY 16, 1899. I :WE BOAST OF THB ¡NEVER MORE WORTHY THAN NOW «inn THAT HAVE NO EQUAL. Listen to the facts ail you econqmically inclined people. It's because we sell the greatest values that we sell the greatest quantity; and it is because we buy in large fcuimti^esthaXwe;^ prices. (■ f ■ ■ - tot t-'Jl .si J.f J ' n Just glance over our magnificent stock and see if we do not 'sxm*- 00a i Our Wholesale business enables us tq.buy all our goods in original case lots which means a saving in price from 15 ttf 20 per cent., and we give our customers the benefit of it. Oürifr'.'Foston, who. is now in New York, writes us that he is buying in connection Veith two of the largest Texas merchants, and that they are buying in large quantities direct from the factories and their agents, (nomidole man's profit in it) and are getting goods at lower prices than ever before; says by March 1st that we'll show in our York Ave. store the most complete st...

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