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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH, 3 i892
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IKI 1892.
FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON OF 1892 we shall offer beside our
usual generous display of High Grade Garments au enormous and distinctively
tasteful assortment of MEDIUM PRICE " EVERY DAY SELLERS." .
You will find the Medium Grade goods to be as perfect in FIT and FINISH, and as
Carefully Tailored as our finest garments, and superior in every respect to the ordinary
" Ready Made" Clothing sold at the same price. Wise Purchases, Care, Economy, and
some sacrifice of Profit enable us to produce this result. Come and See Us this Week.
Yours to please,
J.
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121 & 123 SOUTH FOURTH ST.,
STEP IN
IT WILL PAY YOU to step in
at J. HANSEL WOOD SHOE
& CLOTHING CO.'S elegant new
quarters and take a look at their
novelties of Spring Clothing.
The heedless reader, who, like
the old party in the picture, shuts
his ears to advice and wots not the
error of his way, is liable to step
in at the wrong place and get
"soaked" for his carelessness.
That would be a step in the wrong
direction, and should be avoided.
Visitors to our store within the
next few days will receive the
benefit of special bargains.
THE PROPER THING
NO MAN who wore a bad hat
could doff it with proper
grace when extending courtesies
,to a lady in a street car or else
where. The hat proclaims the
man, and a neat tile is a source of
satisfaction both to the observer
and the observed. The proper
thing in hats may always be found
at J. HANSEL WOOD SHOE.
&R CLOTHING CO.'S. They
keep the most fashionable hats to
be found, and get new styles as
fast as they appear.
HATS,
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loe & Clothing Company
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WACO, TEXAS.
f aco EyeiiHg Sews
What Do You Want?
Do yon want Agcnttl
no you want lupll
Dojrou nanl a Partner)
Do jou want n Situation;
l)o you want to buy Anything!
Do yon want a Husband or Wlfel
Do ycu want Hoarders or lortsersJ
Do jou want any ' llolp," male or female?
Do you want Bcrvanta, Clerk or Mechanics I
Do you want to rent a Hoom, Honso or Store
Do yon want to nail your Good-will and Kli
tureal
Do .ou want to Kent or Sell your Ilonte, Of'
flee. Lot or Farm!
Do yon want to Iluy or Sell a Home, Wagon, oi
any kind ot Vehicle?
Hare you Loet or Kt.und anything?
Hare ou second-hand (loodnot unjr kit d.tlnl
yoo wleh to sell or exchango?
Personals or Matrimonial Advertisements?
If so. Tiik Nkw will publish an advertise
mont lit the Want Column for ONR ON'' PKK
W011D per day, or FIVE CKNTS PKU WOUD for
ono week, lit dr.
Tin Newh Is the on'y paper that rocs Into
nearly evory rendlnc household In Waco, aud
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns.
Hundreds can be referred to who have profitably
'advertised In lts"W"nt" noluiuni.
Waco Evening News
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS.
Advertlplngln thla column charged a th
rate of one cent per word ror each Insertion.
CubIi rnuet accompany the ardor, except whoro
ordered by a regnlar adTerllaer.
WANTED.
WilATKU-A h toglr' forlioneewoik. a
good li' mc nt il gnnd v ages p Uie riulit
girl. Apply nt 11)10 Washington wtreet. 2 27-G
FOItSALKlOOOOO good heart thlnglo" at
92.60 per Ihouent.d. Aiply 708 AiiBlln
Acnne. 2 1U if
WJ
A3'rUl-To Imy vendorB lien notes.
Ciiab. JIotz. 1m
WANTlvD-Wrrk In S'eroernphy and
tjpewrltli gbj Geo W. Senboiongh at
Williams & Kvbdb law oIL'ce room 22 Provident
building.
WANTED. Jorrlntlng of all kinds at The
News Steam Jo Booms Show vourun-
fireclntlouofnllvi ovuilng paper by gtvingli nt
east n share ol your pntionugo. Snlltfuctlon
guninntd onoviry ordir lccelvod, and proof
Bhown If desired.
WASTED..
-To bny Second hand Furnttnro,
( nnioiu. Toole. Everything.
Waco lurloslty Shop.
WANTED- Parties Who want to Invest In
In the rich agricultural lands of Central
Texas to send th olr address to T11K WACO
DAILY NEWS, lntoimatlon furnished froo.
WANTED One thousand old snlta to
clean nt 803 North Fourth street. A.
Friedman, successor to'lbe Uttlo Frenchman.
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MISCELLANnuUS.
F Kit SALE-An excellent buggy horse. 0
.' cats old, n' out 15 hands h gh. Perfectly
GBfo fi r Indy to drive. Apply tt Nkhs OiricE.
2-aa 3t
Fult KENT Nlro four room cottage on
Austin aid '1 wciitlfcth Apply to Joo Eli
ton. 2 2U 8t
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OOMS Suite of flrstilnorroomsui furnUh.
eil mil onofurnlshtd inietalrs room, ad-
ply to MiB. Harmon coiner lClghth and Wa'h
lngton. 2-27 tf
poit SAI.i: Cheap or will exchango for
r V aco property or McLennan county land,
a tract of 3.0 acretofgoou unencumbered lund
In eouthweat Texas. Vorii rtlcuUtB Ac, ad
dr B8 1 O. tox7H, aco, Tex. 2-21 tr
IjMlIt IIF.NT--nalfofofllro. 109 South Mil
X1 street. U.M. ClUMiuiiLiNt Son.
2-23 If
LIME At Gaunt Bros. Fifteenth and Jack.
MreetN' l!o k I.Hn" or BUcIced LI mo
Portland, Bcsoudalo anti Lonlsvlllo Cement,
12 10 1 mo
FOIt SA 1,12Old papers at 20 cents por hun
dred at Tiik ; ews oillco.
FOlt ItiCINT... Furniture, Stoves, Sewing
Machines, Everything. Waco curiosity
bbop, G17anc 019 Austin street.
Irmit .SAI.E---t Costl AtOotl AtCostl
' Jewelry, Clock. Mlver Plated Knives
Forks, Siiioub, hopkln Kims, 1'oikel and
Tuble I ultrty, Fterlt-copis, Ink Btaiuls, l'io
ture FrsiiieB ai d Nrtlons. TLIh Is the Hist
time we ever od verilfecl tn cell at copt but we
i es're to handle only New Furniture and
Second band gooes'of an kinds. Waco Curios
ity shop.
TEl.lM'IinrVE-GauntllrOB. for Post Osk
or Ash cord wnoi, tuvo wiod ir flro
plarewood cut any length. 1210 1 mo
Following' Suit.
On and after March 1, 1892, I will
nell for caxh. My terms will bo from
10 to 20 per cent chraper on every
thing except lard. Prompt delivory
as huretoforo. Try mo for cabh,
Respectfully,
J C Stafford.
Corner market 601 Franklin st.
The IVotld is Better for It.
Tbo world is better because of such
a remedy as Ballurd'a Sdow Liniment,
becauso this article rcliovcs it of muoh
pxin and misery, and wo nro thus ena
bled to enj y its brighter tide. It
positively cures all forms Kheumatism,
Nouraliiia, Headaihe, Sick Headaoho,
Laino Baek, all Soroi and Wounds,
Chip, Sprains, Brusiscs, Stiff Joints
Contracted Muscle, Poison, Erup
tionp, Corns, Weak Back, and all pain
all infUmmation on man or boast. Its
tho best bcjaueo its tbo most penetrat
ing. Bewaro of all whito LinimontH
whioh may bo palmed off on jou for
Ballard's Snow Liniment Thero is
nono liko it. Solo by H. O. Hishcr
&Co.
Local Time Card.
ntononrtt BnniM A Texni,
faaeenger Trains Bonth Bound,
So. I arrives 11:10 . m.
No. 1 loitvea 12:3 a. m.
So, S arrives loo p., ro
No.Sleaves lilOp. rn.
North Bound.
No. 1 arrives.., 2:15 a.m.
No. 9 loHvot 2:MJa,ra.
No. I snivel 3:10 p. rn.
No. 4 1evos s:20p, m.
Tiuvia Joins.
Ticket Agent, PactCo Hotel Block.
Cotton Holt noute.
oorwo wist.
Train No. 1 leaves 11:00a. m.
TralnHo 1 arrives 10:1 J a.m.
OOINO A.ST.
Train Mo. a arrives BiUp m
fralnNo.2 leaves Biao p.m
Between Waoo and Rt. Lonls solid train via
Paragonld to St. Lonls on Iron Mountain track
Into union Depot,
W. 8. GtLLasrlK,
CltyTloketomoeatNo.ua South fourtS. j
ii.AT.r,
(No.R3 Arr
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fNo.83 Att 6:15 a.m.
West bound
o:80 a. m.
. 1:10 p. m.
" 82L'v 10:2
" 81 Arr 8:1!
Hl'v 8:1
20 a. ra,
sop. m.
Bast bound
:iOp, m.
W. K. OWTCKB. Tloket Ajrent,
Under ParJOo Hotel Blook, OnpoBiterostoffl
San Autonlo nuil Arnnans I'nss.
SOTJTn HODN"KO. 82.N0HT1I B0VJND"80. M
Lv Waco at 5 a. m. Arrives lll2 p. m.
South Bound Height which will carry pas
ongers; leavecWscn at 12:16 p m.
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TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
fHROCOH TEA1I3 CABBY
PULL JVn SLEEPERS
BdrTten FOlBl! 11 TEIA
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
KANSASCITY.
Alio FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
MSTWKKlt
Taylor A Kansas Clin and Hannibal.
1313 ;tllliUII tltll Jl (HUH I CUltk
trains or eastern ail Eonnllcti, mix
tbe H.. E. & T. E'y tne ttt line to
Now YortBoston Montreal aniSLPa"
J. B. Smith, Tinkot Agont, No. 124
South 4th Street, Pacifio Hotel Waco.
A. S. Dodcik, Traffio Managor, St.
Louis, Mo.
II. P. Huoues, 0. P. and T. A.
Dcnison, TexaB.
B B. Parker, A. G. P. A. St.
Louis, Mo.
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Cotton Belt Route
(St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) j
TO
St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis,
ANDAI.Ii POINTS BKTOHD.
Freo Roollnlner Chair Cars
and Pullman Buffot Sleeper
Two Daily Trains To
MEMPHIS
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vie between UBUPHIS ad point la CUB.
TRAIiTRXIS.
The Shortest Route
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