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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 18 1892.
WANTnn A position by A young msn.
Class of work no object. Address yonnj
man. 701 South Oth Slroot. 2 -J a lit
TfIR NEW PIOHE
We Have Moved into our Own Build
ing, Corner Sixth street, Nos. 525 and
527 Austin Ave. We are receiving our
All New and Bright and Stylish. Not
one cent's worth of old goods. The
choicest selections of Foreign and Do
mestic Novelties. All the latest.
f'jmz) op FemoN.
Ca.ll am-d See TJs-
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tV. Cikbuon, Ice President!.
Ton Padoitt. j
J. K, Kobb, Cttih!e
A. I,. Brow h, Assistant
First 3a.tIo:cLa,l Sa.3n.3s:,
WACO, : : TEXAS
CAPITAL, 50C,O0O. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. J 85,000.
DntEOTOIlSK. Hotan, ffn, Cameron, Tom Fadgttt. J. ;K. Hose, W .V. Tort, W. M.
gellett.jn. H. WalUce, W R. Dunnlca, Wm. Branitedt, M. A ;Oooper
tafAooonnta of Banks, Bankers, Merchant! and others are eollolte't Wo possess n nrpai ni
duties for making oollootlons.
DO YOU NEED
Bill Heads, Statements,
Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags
or Talkers of any sort?
J.S FULTjI' RQUlI'VKtt
and if you want the very finest
work at the lowest price, come
to The News with your orders.
DookeryJ& Co., Assurance Agents
represent first rlass companies "only.
Every attention paid to placing risks.
Give us a call at our now'quartera in
the Providont building.
Strictly In it.
Tho proprietor of the Jtoyal Barber
Shop and their efficient assistants are
strictly in it. A better shave, hair
out or bath cannot bo found anywhere
in tho oiiy than thore. Give them a
Tho Cotton Bolt will sell Round
Trip Tioketa to Now Oiloans on Fob
ruary 35th and 10th at $20.10, on
account of tho meoting of Southern
.Lumber Manufacturing association.
(Elegant room moulding slightly
damaend at your own prico at Thomp
son's E. E)
Fishing tackle oi every description
with a full stook of hunters supplie
H. E. Amboldb.
(Tho latest doMcns in
Thompson hangs tnem on
walls with suooess.)
A J. Loslio tor first-class watch
clook and jewelry ropairing. Same
building with II. E. Ambold Anstin
E. B Thompson sells wall paper at
oo per roll, real valuo 15c per roll,
(see thoso elegant designs in wall
paper from 5o to 82.50 per roll.)
Parker Bros, oan sell you goods
below manufacturers prices, Soe
their goods and got thoir prices.
Havo you used an Embreo McLoan
Thompson's Universal Garment
Cutter is a supplemont to every sew
ing maohine it cuts every garment for
either sex Quinby and Woodruff spe
cial agonts, Hotel St. Olair, Sth and
Baoklbn's Arnioa. Halve.
The boat naive In tho world for oats,
bruises, soreH, uloers, salt rheutn, fe
ver sores, tetter, chappod hands, chll
blalns, corns and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It la guaranteed to give
satisfaction or uoney refunded. Price
25 cents a box. Fot sale by W. B
Morrison & Qo.
Every family in Waoo should see
Thompson's Universal Garment Cutter,
at rooms at Hotel St. Clair 8th and
Washington. Ladies in attendance.
In a few days a
new book and pe
riodical store will
will bo opened up at -101 Franklin
street, where lovers of Literature,
Music and Art will find all tho peri
odicals foreign and domestic, latest
novels, sheet music and all tho Tra-La-La's
of a popular house. Keep
your eyo on the placo and your mem
ory on the number of 0. T. Ridley's
Mr. P. V. floss of Harrison is in
Mr. W. C. MoClollRn of Gatesville,
is at tho Pacific.
Mr. H. S. DeWitt of tho Aransas
Pass Route is in the oity
Editor Glitko of tho Waoo Post ar
rived last night from Fort Worth.
Dr. J. H. Earp of Gatesville, is
visiting Waco and is registered at the
Mr. E. Hickman of Ilico came
down last night and is enjoying tho
greatest town on earth.
Misses Iza and Ressa Pope have re
turned homo to Corsioana alter a
pleasant visit to the Misses Deen in
Mr. R. R. Robins the traveling pas
senger agent of tho Houston and
Texas Central railway is in tho city.
Ho is registered at tho Royal.
Col. Gilbert Hay, special agent for
the Northorn Fire Insurance company
represented hero by Morrow, Plunkott
& Co., arrived in the oity today.
Mr. W. Merriok Ford loft today for
New York aocompanied by his brother
J. P. Ford.' Ho is going to superior
medical treatment and will bo absent
for several months. His many friends
hopo to soon see him roturn sound and
in the best of health.
Mr. 0. J. Stanzol, proprietor of tho
Turf saloon, states emphatically that
Louis Levinski, his formor partner,
had no authority to act for bjui in the
conveyance of tho fixtures of said sa
loon by deed of trust or otherwise to
anjono and that when ho (Levinski)
did so he was not oonnected with the
business in anyway.
J. E. Anderson left yesterday
morning for New York, Boston and
other eastern cities. He did not tell
us just what he wont lor, but ho has
boon in correspondence for some timo
with an eastern syndicate, rela
tive to digging up AransaB bar
and making Rockport lots
out of it. We presume in was relat
ing to that that he went. When wo
hear from him we will lot the readers
of The News know mora about it.
A sure rcmedv for re
moving superfluous hair.
FOR SALE AT
What I Know About Hardware and
Good credit is a valuable nsset for
an individual or firm, but strango and
anomolous as it may appear, for a city
it is a misfortune. A oity, like a fam
ily, has uutiy real and imaginary
wants right from tho start, both fmi.
lies and cities erow. but the exnonso
of the latter usually grows faBter than
tbo inoome. bohool houses, hospitals,
oity halls, sowers, paved streots otc.
ionow eacu otnor in rapid succession.
Whatever a city buys or builds, eenn-
rally costs more than private people
pay for like services. Valuable fnn.
chises seldom bring the city anything.
vnenover a city unaertaUes the man
agement of gas or water works, finan
cial failure is tho usual outoome. Tt
don't tako the "fathers" of a young
city long to learn tnat tho taxes aro
inadequate to make the "needed im
provements" and they oommonce bor
rowing. Should any oool-headed
eounoilman objoot, ho is voted down as
a "mosebaok" and "old foci " Whnn
a oity goes in debt onoe, thoro is sel
dom any stop to it. It grows like an
avaiancuo until the city's oredit is ex
hausted, thfc SOOnor that nnint in
reaohed the better for the taxpayer
vu account oi ovorstook, i have ro
duoed galvanized barb wiro to 4c a
lb, wiro nails to 5o a lb with a oorres.
ponding reduction by tho kng. My
stock of iron steel and motals is prob
ably the largest in Toxas. I keep
not less than 25 tons bar iron, 20 tons
black and galvanized sheot iron, 15
tons corrugated iron, 150 boxes tin
plate, ono ton of zino, and 1-2 ton of
solder in stook. My pricos cannot be
undersold. Yours for hardware.
MARMADUKE vmh 0ra?e wonfo
" MILITARY frg sl
well satisfied tb&t
Is-ifp Best UundrySoap intlje World,
and I use it In 4II ntf tf&slwg and clewing"
N.KFAlRBANK&Ca ST. LOlJlS. CERS KEEP T'
ON THURSDAY FEB. 11th
1o 2S1 & 1253 Austin St.
Next door to ths present stand we now occupy, Sixth and Austin St
Where we will be pleased to see our numerous old friends and
Our junior partner is now in New York working
hard and our sh elves will soon be replete with all
the novelties that our American and European
markets can produce.
Look out for grand bargains when we open.
Our new quarters will be well lighted by two
elegant skylights which are now in course of con
struction, which will make our new quarters pleas
ant and comfortable to our customers.
Thanking our friends for their liberal patronage
and support extended to us during the past quarter
of a century, we trust in the future, by kind and
attentive treatment, to merit the same.
CURTIS & ORAND
To O-clx 3Te-w Store.
Stoves and House Furnishing Goods
(fSTfJBLTIS & OPS AKCID
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,
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