v A0O DAILY NEWS, MARCH 3 1892.
I- I i I Il 8 I I RI JlB RSI I 1 P I Mr. S. A.
Uw LHr v y lilli w h of a I r
Special Sale 2
ALL WORTH TWO and THREE TIMEa the MONEY.
Pine 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.
, Eotan, Pteoliisnt
! 'Ice Presldcmu.
J. K, Koe, i uiblri
A. L. Bit civ ! , Aeetetitnt
First 3iTsutIon.el IBajaJs:.
WACO, : : TEXAS
CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000.
JUIBEOTOItSTS. Botan, Win. Camoron, Tom Padgitt, J. ;E. Hose, V. . V. Tort, W. M.
allett, D. R Wallace. W. R. Dnnntca, Wm. Brenitedt, M. A '.Oouper.
l3fAcoonnts of Banks, Bankers, Merchant! and otberi are solIoHcl Wo pof(e nnria.f n.
jcIlltW fnTtnnMnir Mltpptlnn
Reed of Marliu is in tin
Mr. S. A. D. Olivor of Houston is
at tljo PaciGo.
WJr. Goorgo Bailey, of tho Dallas
Now?, is in tho city.
Mr W. P. Gaines of Austin is reg
istered at tho Pacific
Mr. Chester Konnedy, chief of tho
Hillsboro fire department, is in tho
Mr. John A. Smith, general freight
agent of tho Kntv. ism the city on !
important business for his road.
3Ir, A. S. Dodgo, traffio nmnagor of
tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas rail
way, with headquartots at St. Louip,
is in the oity.
Mr. N. T. Shumate of Dallas,
superintendent of agencies for the
Provident Life, has removed to
Waco to live.
Mis9 Maud, daughter of Judge
Lyles, of Cameron, is in tho oity, a
guest of her unolo, Dr A, M. Lyles,
of this oity, 402 MoKcen street, East
Mrs. Lizzio Littlo. rf Memnhi?.
Tenn., is in tbejoity, and u stopp n; at I
Dr. Lyle's in Kast Whco. She is hero !
under the treatment of that eminoit
Superintendent J. A., Edson of
the Cotton Belt was in the city
yesterday. He left in the after
noon in his private car going cast
Mr. H. B. Snover a popular
conductor on the Cot:on Belt re
turned last Monday from a visit to
Brookfield, Mo., where his wife is
attending her sick mother.
Mr. Don Rust representing the
Dallas Screen Company is snugly
enconsed in his new quirters
with the Provident Drug Compa- j
ny corner Fourth and Franklin
and is making many friends. Mr.
Kust came here from Dallas with
the very best recommendations,
and these with his affable man
ners and promptitude in business
affairs has given him a prestige in
Waco rarely ever attained in so
short a time.
DO YOU NEED
Strictly in it.
Tho proprietor of tho Koynl Barber
Shop and their efficient assit-tants are
strictly in it. A better Bhave, hair
out or bath cannot bo found anywhere
in tho ciiy than there. Give them a
Bill Heads, Statements,
GIRGULRR3 OR DODGERS?
Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags
or Talkers of any sort?
is yvr.iv no vivviin
and if you want the very finest
work at the lowest price, come
to The News with your orders.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notico ib ho re by given, that the
firm of Fort, Willig & Patton, here
tofore engaged in the Rial Estate,
Fire Insuruoco and Loan business in
Waco, has ibis day, by mutual con
sent, been dissolved, tho interest ot
Messrs. Goorgo Willig and R. G
Patton in the Insurance branch hav
ing been purchased by Mr. Walter V.
Fort, who will oontinue the insurance
business, and who is likewise author
ized to colleot and receipt for all debts
duo to tho said firm to this dato.
Walter V. Fort,
R G. Patton,
Waco, Texas, March 1, 1892.
Rules and Regulations at; tho Park
Opon G a. m. to 10 p. m. closed on
Sunday night Pool reserved for
ladies exclusively Wednesday evening
'1 to 5:30; Saturday morning 0 to 12,
Monday night 9 to 10 for ladies ana
gontlomen, pool party, tub, needle, and
rapor baths at all hours for patients
and others. Esperienocd male and
female attendants day and night.
Tom Padqitt, Proprietor.
J. B. Chknut, Manager.
$4,000.00 to Loan.
On two years time, on soounty ap
proved by County Court, four thousand
dollars, belonging to Blake estate.
Apply to J. N. Gallagher,
or to Administrator
Wm. W. Evans, Attorney.
Referring to the above, beg to Bay
that I wilt continue tho Firo Insur
ance business undor firm name of
Walter V. Fort & Co. Thanking
former patrons of tho old firm for
thoir liberal patronage in the past, I
respectfully ask a continuanon of the
same, assuring all that business en
trusted to mo will recclvo prompt
attention. Walter V. Fort.
Maroh 1, 1892.
For Spring Millinery Lat
est Novelty in bair goods
highest prico paid for cut
400 AUSTIN ST.
Walter V.t-oi t a. Uo.
Tho firm of Fort, Willig & P-Uton,
ha been disolved aud a new firm,
under the name of W. V. Fort & Co ,
has been formed of which Mr. Fort is
tho head. Tho business of real citato
and int-urauco has had an able expon
ent and representative in Mr Fort,
who hs been engaged therein for
twelvo years in Wuco, and has a rcpu
tation that is imperishable. Prompt
ness, dispatch and accuracy aro thrco
characteristics that his friends claim,
hdvo alwajs maiked Mr. Fort's buti
Extras for Buggies.
Carriago and buegy tops, carriage
and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, cush
ions, lazy baokB, springs, 5th wheels,
shaft shaokles, prop nuts, prop
joints, boots, storm aprons, shaft tops
single trees, shafts in pairs or odd,
poles, broast jokes,pole circles, dailies,
dash rails, seat handles, etc., oart
wheels and sprinos, at
T. P. Si-arks & Son's.
Woman, Lorely woman, one bottle of my
celebrat U Tonti will permanently enlarge
yonr firm 4 Indies In 3 days, a id make yon
a-beautiful us Cleopatra, or money refunded,
1'rlca only 12.00, Woman's on y true friend,
for it ne er falls. Tonti, nlori na Tonti
will make the leanest person fat. and romove
tlioso horrid wrlnklvB. Sen-1 for sealed rlron-,ar-
.... ,. . MBs.DH MILLER.
211 WlBAau Avsnus, Uuioaoo, Ills
What I Know About. Hardware and
It ia a popular fallacy, 1. That a
government cat. take 70 cents worth
of silver and make it worth $1 00 by
stamping it. 2. That free coinage of
silver would mako money easier and
interest lower. 3. That a double
stinditrd of valvue canjbo maintained
in any country . 4. That the best
money for tho rich is not the best
for tho poor. I dony all this. Gold
is the beat money for all, exoepting
for change. Lot freo silver coinage
start and gold will disappear as rap
idly as it did whon green backs wero
started. Money will become scarcer and
the rato of interest higher, and busi
ness of all kinds, in adjusting itself
on a silver basis, will beoomo unset
tled and disorganized. Our govern
ment is now taxing the labor and
industries of tho nation four millions
a month, for the solo puiposo of
creating a hotter market for tho pro
duct of rich silver mining companies.
What sohool of finanoo authorizes
such a proceeding, and what moral
right bas the government to do this?
One dollar will go a long way in
hardware It will buy a post auger, a
good axe and handle, a fluting iron, a
pat. buggy wrench and jaok.a fivo foot
step ladder, a mattock and bandlo, a
steel wire door mot, 1 dozen 0 inch
flower pots, stovepipe shelf, or a galv.
iron wash tub, at E. Stkauss'
v. xwu ,
ml ' wh vh 1 ,tl'H
-t. r -fetn '-xwra-rsvi " g.
&JW-fl " .1I -X
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put a Wiip woA :
"Was geveir (dfoju
. fl T !.. Al IT
M$ wjj before
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Have Moved Into Tneir New Quarters
5221 & S32JO Austin t.
And are now ready to serve their many friends and
Have opened ye-terday a lovely line of new Challies.
New Bedford Gordb in the latest style.
New Ginghams comprising the latest novelties in Silk stripes-
(w Q)eua J6 JTried. Qjilks.
The latest fad in Figured Cheras, two tone.
A lovely line of the choicest Torchon Laces.
New Lace and Embroidery Flouncing and the prettiest lot of
iamuFiG, - iwiss - and -1
Come and look at the Goods. They are Choice and Pretty
and at POPULAR PRICES.
SSI 0.30.CI ;?S3 Austin t.
ne Door from Our Old Stand.
CURTIS & ORAND-
To 0-u.x lTeTXT- Store
0 x P
toves Biiil House Furnishing Goods
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,
WACO. : : : : TEXAS,
FIBE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. : . : : : : : 1
':::; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
VFl-IOE VKliJSJl nOTKJj SOYAX.'
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