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title: 'The Waco evening news. (Waco, Tex.) 1891-1894, March 01, 1892, Page 8, Image 8',
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WACO DAILY NEW?, MARCH! 1892.
ALL WORTH TWO and THREE TIMES the MONEY.
Fine French Cut Muslin and Cambric Underwear, perfect
fit and finish, handsomely trimmed,
AT 49 CENTS TO $3.39, WORTH 75 CENTS TO $4.00.
At 15 cents, worth 25 cents.
At 35 cents, worth 50 cents.
At 75 cents, worth fully $1.00.
White and Colored, Laundered and Unlaundered.
We Have Moved to Corner 6th St.
Vx. Camxuok, Ice Prealdenu.
Tom Paooitt. 1
J. K, Rosa, Caihler
A. L. Biib'nv, Assistant
WACO, : : TEXAS
CAPITAL, $60C ,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. 185,000.
XilB KOTO ltaK. Rotan, Wm. Cameron. Tom Padgltt, l.'.K. Rose, V . V. Tort, W. M.
ellett, I) U WalUco, W. R. JJnnnlca, Win. Hreu.tedt, M. A Mooper
tSJT'AcoonntB of Banks, Bankers, Merohanta and othera are solicited. We po;sea unrramni
Millti for inslnir nol'o"tlon
DO YOU NEED
Strictly In It.
Tho proprietor of the Jloyol Barber
Shop and their efficient assistants are
strictly in it. A better shave, hair
out or bath cannot bo found anywhero
in tho city than thero. Givo them a
Bill Heads, Statements,
G1RGULAR3 OR DODGERS?
Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags
or Talkers of any sort?
JS FULT.T JIQUIVJ'IW
and if you want the very finest
work at the lowest price, come
to The News with your orders.
Kules and Regulations at, the Park
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. closed on
Sunday night Pool reserved for
ladies exclusively Wednesday evening
2 to 5:30; Saturday morning 0 to 12,
Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies and
gentlemen, pool pirty, tub, neodlo, and
vapor baths at all hours for pationts
and others. Experienced mala and
i'emalo attendants day and night.
Tom Pad-gut, Proprietor.
J. 13. CiiKnNUT, Manager.
My delinquent list will bo published
on or about tho 2nd day of March,
next, so don't censuro me if you see
your proporty advertised for sale, as I
cannot wait longer Come and pay
your oity taxes. Respectiully yours,
S. B. Humphreys,
Assessor and Collector of City Taxes.
You Should not Be Without It.
Every family is liablo to have a
hereditary taint of consumption in it.
It may date back 3 or even 4 gener
ations. This fact makes it necessary
always to have on hand a remedy with
whioh to combat this formidable dis
ease. A cough when taken at first
oan readily be ourcd before it gets a
serious hold on tho lungs. Ballard's
Horehound Syrup when taken in its
early Btages will oure consumption. It
is guaranteed to bring relief in every
case when UBed for any affeotion of
tho throat, lungs, and chest, suoh as
consumption, inflammatiou of the
lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping
cough, croup, etc. It is pleasant to
take, perfectly safo and can always bo
Sold by H. 0. Rishor & Co.
$4,000.00 to Loan.
On two years time, on seounty ap
proved by County Court, four thousand
dollarp, belonging to Blake estate.
Apply to J. N. Gallagher,
or 'o Administrator.
Wm. W. Evans, Attorney.
The Pool Open Again.
Tho repairs at the Natatorium aio
oomplotod. Some big improvements
have been made; the pool is lull onoe
more of clear, Bparkling hot water.
The tub, needle and vapor baths aro
sompleto and as perfeot as any in the
country. The public is invited.
Tom Padqitt, prop,
On and after March 1. 1892, I will
sell for caRh. My terms will bo from
10 to 20 per cent cheaper on every
thing exoopt lard. Prompt delivery
as heretofore. Try mo for oash,
J C Stafford.
Cornor market G01 Franklin st.
Mr. A. Rosenthal and wife, of
Marlin, arc in the city.
Mr. E. W. Punchard, of Harri
son, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. J. M. Lee, of Houston, is
registered at tlie Hotel Royal.
Mr. E. E. Shumate has returned
from a trip to Dallas and other
North Texas towns.
Mr. Paul Downing, of Valley
Mills, is registered at the New I
Mr. C. R. Ellington, of Cram
fil's Gap, is in the city and is
stopping at the Ulackwell hotel.
Col. J. E. Kramer, president of
of the Kramer Milling company,
Caldwell, Kansas, is in the city
and is registered at the Ulackwell
Mr. J. R. Cheek, of the Galves
ton Tribune paid The News of
fice a pleasant visit this morning.
He is quartet ed at the Hotel
For Spring Millinery Lat
est Novelty in bair goods
highest price paid for cut
400 2 AUSTIN ST.
put &fcjM woris
irr-si,- V 4 1W3
- -- Imm Him
M -w JMIt, x
&m teller ken, Jbwlijow
WE$wm!m oerore o
Have Moved Into Tneir New Quarters
e now ready to serve their manv friends and
.0 xj nt O MBIS..
ined -" . , f' fm'
:l Jew Qelid Qwo Qeried
jold-- , J J
What I Know About Hardware and.
It IS a nnnul.ir fallnnv. 1. That a
government ca.. take 70 cents worth Jiave opened ye-terday a lovely line of new Challies.
oi silver and make it worth $1 00 by. -n t Jf 1 r j t 1 ,
stamping it. S. That free coinage of--ew Bedford Cordb in the latest style
silver would mako money easier and--t : 1 .1 1 , . . ,,.,,
interest lower. 3. That a duuble-P Gintfhams comprising the latest novelties m Silk stripes
standard of vhIvuo catigho maintained
in any countn. 4 That the
money for the noh is not the
for tho poor. I deny all this. Gold-
: l. U-. .. f.. r 11 ..
in liic: (jiml ii.iiiit'v Kir ni OT.tpnnnrr
for change. Let free silver coinage---ue latest fad in Figured Cheras, two tone.
start and g.ld will disappear as rap- -T ,
idly as it did when green backs weroPJew -1- ercale .
ri..A.l f . .111.. . t
oiuiicu. aiuiiuv win uecume scarcer anu A 1 1 1 c .1 1 . m , T
the rate of inierest higher, and bu8i--A l0vely llne f the choicest Torchon Laces.
.,, -r -11 1.:.. j. : .. j- ... 1.
oT; L b.rim S oT.Bu ";e.Z?ew haceand Embroidery Flouncing and the prettiest lot of
tied and disorganized Our uovern-v
ment is now taxing the lab.n and
industries of the nation four million
a month, for the boIo puiposo of
oreatiag a better market for tho pro
duct ol rich silver mirimg companies
What school of finani'O authorizes
suoh a proceeding, and what moral,
rieht has tho government to do this?'
One dollar will mq a lone wav in.
nardware. It will ruy a post auger,
good axe and handle, a fluting iron.
pat. buggy wrench and jauk.a five foot
step ladder, a mattock and handle, a
steel wire .door m.n, 1 dozen G inch
llower pots, stovepipe shelf, nr a galv,
iron wasn tub, at ,. Strauss
fCome and look at the Goods. They are Choice and Prettv
and at POPULAR PRICES.
5S1 aracl 5522S3 Jtistixx St.
ne Door from Our Old Stand.
Mr. R. J. Goodo.
In our column of announcements
will bo found that of Mr. It. T. Gnndn
for maVOr. Mr Gondii in n nufi.m
Texan, has been in Waco since a
ohild, only a half a vear old. and hus
oooupied a prominent pusition before
me puDiio in oity politics, tlo served
three terms as alderman from the First
ward acd was an efficient officer, faith
fullly watching the interests of his
oonbtituants. Ho was a cat didato for
mayor in tho last eleotion and while
ho was defeated his following was vory
oreditable to him. and shown! that
largo number of Waoo peoplu desired
ma services men ana Air. Uoodo thinks
they have multiplied considerably
sinco that time If elected Mr. Goodo
will devote his entire time to tho du
ties of tho office, and as he is a law
yer by mofefcsion claims nernlinr fW.
ness for the disohargo of such duties.
Mrs. Dr. Dawson with the re
mains of Dr. Dawson missed con
nection at New Orleans this morn
ing and will not now arrive until
the 4 p. m. train to-morrow. The
mends are requested to meet the
remains at the Central depot at
4 P. m.
Six room house, bath room, a largo
gallery, cistorn and stablo, good loca
tion. Annlv to Mrs. W. J. Harrin.
No. 1023 Jefferson street.
and Whiskey Habits
-i4tti Ufc 11UU1U Will)-
out pain. Hook of pa r-
11 V w I 1
- and -1
CURTIS & GRAND
To O-uux 2NTe-X7- Store.
toves and House Furnishing Goods
eSTJJRTRB & SAND
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,
W, D MAYtlELD, Frrrldcnt. J. 1). BKLL, Vice President. JOHN D. MAYFIELD, CmMot
The Gity Savipgs Bapk
Will Commonco Business March 1, 1892, with i
$100,000 Oaiolta,! StocOs.
TUo BhsrcB are payubio In mothly InitallniBnt or two dollars. Arybodv can1 tae toc
now beoanse.-.do rajmenta are bo email, but In a abort tlmo you will not be ab'.o" to bu the stock
without paying uu enerrnom premium. See the caehl or at onco if you want stock,