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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 22 1892.
s c e B4B pfv x TUR KTE1W HOME W Have Moved into our Own Build ing, Corner Sixtli street, Nos. 525 and 527 Austin Ave. We are receiving our FARING eooiD 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&JB (D FASHION. Call aaa-d. See "CTs- GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL , Botan, President iVm. Camibon, 'Ice Presidents. Tom Padoitt. ) J. K, Kobb, Caihlrr A. L. Bnuwn, Assistant ) Cashlor. First Ta,tIKi.a,l EslielIs:, WACO, : : TEXAS CAPITAL, 1600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000. niltEOTOnsK. Botan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Padgltt. J. ;K. note, W .V. Tort, W. M telleU.'D. R. WalUce. W. B. Dunnlca, Wm. Breuatedt, M. A tUxjper t3TAooonnts of Banks, Bankers, Merchantt andotheriare soHolted VVo possess uurpa i-ni acllltles fnrmaklnfr collections DO YOU NEED frTfitf J OB PRSNTiNG? SUCH AS Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes? GIRGULAR8 OR DODGERS? Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags or Talkers of any sort? The News J.S FULLY r.iivii'i'i'.n and if you want the very finest work at the lowest price, come to The News with your orders. Dookeryf& Co., Assurance Agents represent first rlasa companies only. Every attontion paid to placing risks. Givo us a call at our nowquarters in tho Providont building. Strictly In it. Tho proprietor of tbe Royal Barber Shop and their efficient assistants aro strictly in it. A better shave, hair out or bath cannot bo found anywhero in the oiiy than there. Givo them a call. (Elegant room moulding slightly damaped at your own prico at Thomp son's E. E) Hilt & Co., the coming great shoe house of Waco, 414: Austin avenue, will open up about tho first. (K. E. Thompson has a few moro ol tboie damaged paints and wall paper for sale at jour own Drice.) (Elegant room'moulding slightly damaged at your own price at Thomp son's E. E.) E. ETThompson sells wall paper at jo per roll, real valuo 13c per roll, (see those elegant designs in wall paper from ao to $2.50 per roll.) Parker Bros, can Bell you goods below manufacturers prices, See their poods and got their prioos. Have you used an Embreo McLean buggy? Every family in Waco should sse Thompson's Universal Garment Cutter, at rooms at Hotel St. Clair 8th and Washington. Ladies in attendanoo. Agents wantod. WANTIIO-Tho address or nnvonodoslrlnR . .. ..., i. - .. .nxir llttln r.iTlnnn for nsma'l cti'h Investment No bookB or intent nostrum. . .. . .. .. Il.tfnti Tn. v'.'MMr Auuresa hick uua to ,.j.... .... - v IMMl VAI.I! ATA IIAIHJAIN Cnmpleto ' otttllt forllgtit hoitsekfoplnK. lusureil Tor J0. Well loc ted, tood house Kent choti Coll or address, 4'.'l, .North 2nd .Stroet.'J 2 21 PERSONAL. Mies Hallio Jones has returned home from a visit to Gonzales and San Anionic Mr. W. A. Tuloy, travelling pas songor agont of tho Sauti Fe, arrived in tho oity yesterday and left today. Mr. W. G. Brann arrived this morn ing from Houston and will doliver his lcoturo on "Tho Modern Mokanna" tonight at tho city hall. Mr. V. A. Battoilo proprietor of the Texas circulation ol tho St. Louis Republic is in the oity and paid The News office a pleasant visit. Mr J. S. Wagnon, of Marshall, the owner of tho building oooupied by L. Nowberg in which tho late tire occur red, is ia tho city looking after his interest hero. CONRAD ' A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. While it is true I have been chosen the President of the Louis; una State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, Istffj, retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co: piiy, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all other business communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore PAUL CONRAD, COOK BOX 1358 New OHLBANa t For Spring Millinery Lat est Novelty in hair goods highest price paid for cut hair. MES. JJOSS' 400AUSTlN ST. What I Know About Hardware and State Politics. Texas has been injured in many! ways, roreign capuai nas oeen kept out. Times havo beou made harder and tho reputation of our people for honesty and fair dealing has been questioned abroad by various blun ders of our law-makera. Right now. wo need a clearheaded business man. for governor, ono who thoroughly un derstands the follies of tho past aud is able to load the legislature out of tho old rut and into tho channels of mod orn economic business menthods, a good lawyer, who knows what it ro-. quires to make a law stand tho test of the courts. First of all suoh rubbish. as tho occupation tax law, tho anti trust law and alien land law should, bo repealed, and next steps should be. taken to oncourago foreign capital, into Texas investments and to open new enterprises and bring Texas baok on tho road to prosperity. It would, bo hard to find any more worthy and better qualified for govoror than our townsman, George Clark. What adds' more to the boauty and comfort of a home than a nice lawn? I still keep tho celebrated Pennsylvania mower anu have also added a now mako which is considered still better but not dearer. After many experiments I . havo found the best mtke of garden, hose. It cannot possibly leak, wears longors aud vet is as cheap as other, makes. Yours for hardware, . Ed. Stuauss.- : '' ON THURSDAY FEB. 11th E WILL MOVE 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 c tomers. Our junior partner is now in New York working hard and our shelves 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 quarte.s 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 kfnd and attentive treatment, to merit the same. LEWINE BROS Wear your old shoes a littlo longer and wait for tho new shoo Btore, 414 Austin street. Watoh for tho opening of tbe great now shoo store, 414 Austin street with a bran now frcbh stock and all dainty Btyles. CATHOLIC FAIR, COKE'S :-: HALL, The finest in the City of Waco, Austin Street, near Eighth, next to O. J. Miller's Store, commences Tuesday Night, February 23, 1892 and continues three nights. Grand Orchestra. Dancing the principal leature ot the rair. iune supper, only 35 cents. All sorts of re freshments, any sort of fun and amusement. Doors open at 7 d. m. Admission 25 cts. All cordi ally invited. MANSION HOUSE Corner sivtli anil AViihliiugtoii, nuts. .i.;u. wiiiciMs, I'jtoi'itiuTims.s S3-Good room) and unexcelled table. Heat of fervljo at tlio most reasonable ratoB. Con venient to business center of tho city. Mr. Joe F. Ellison. This gentleman, so well-known in Waco and McLennan county, an nounces this afternoon for sheriff. Joo Ellison is an offablo gentleman and ono known far and wide as possessing thoso qualities that peculiarly fit him for tho office to which ho aspires. Ho has many friends who will lejoico to hco nis announcement and will bo found shaking his hand vigorously when ho starts around. There will be others in tho field, of course, and with out knowing who they will be The News can promise a lively raco for sheriff in this county. Joe Bays thcro will be a good opening for a real estato man in Waco after tho canvass is over. The people have confidence in tho men who havo made a grand success of tho Texas Savings Loan Associa tion. Tho same men control tho City Savings Bank. Tho display of fine office furniture from Texas Curly pine which will bo made by tho Waco Furniture Compa ny on Wednesday this week, day after tomorrow, should bring out any business man and professional man in tho city. It will bo an exhibition hat will astonish anyone. - Do you think it is a herculean task to organizo a hundred thousand dollar corporation liko tho City Savings Bank? Go to Mftyfiold's and seo how ta being done. .(Tho latest dotigns in ingrains Thompson hangs them on common walls with sucoees.) CURTIS & ORAND HAVE MOVJEI To C-u.r 2Te-w Store. ffi i.TriT!r atrn. -. 4 , ."."'.. i, - '- "- toves and House Furnishing 'Goods 420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE., WACO, TEXAS- V, I), MAY 1ELD, President. J. I). 11EI.I,, Vice 1'icdilent. JOHN D. MAYFIELD, Cashier. T-he Gity Savipgs Bapk Will Commence Business March 1, 1892, with lOO.OOO Carpita,! Stoofe- The fharcs are payable In monthly installments of two dollars. Anybody can take stock now beoanse the payment are so email, but lu a short tlmo you will not be ablo to buy the stock without paying an enormous rremium. See the cieulcr at onco If you want stock, An g (B