WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 23 1892.
TfJR NEW HOME
W 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
Ca.ll aasLca. See TTb.
STEIN & MIGEL
, Botin, President
Wm. Oamkbon, Ice Presidents
Tok Padoitt. i
J. K, Rob, CaiMfr
A. L. lino wit, I Assistant
Pirst ijTeutioD-ail DBamls:,
Waco, : : -rex an
CAPITAL, 600,000. SURPLUB AND PBOFITB. 185,000.
niREOTOIlSll. Rotan, Vfm. Cameron, Tom Padgitt. J.;K. Rop, W.,V. Tort, W. M.
Kellett, 1), It. WalUce, W. It. Dannies, Win. Breuitpdt, M. A .ooupoi
Ht-Aooonnts of Hanks, Bankers, Merchant! and otberi are sollolte't Wo pote"n a nrpai n
acllltles formalrliiff collo"tlon
DO YOU NEED
Bill Heads, Statements,
CIRCULARS OR DODGERS?
Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags
or Talkers of any sort?
and if you want the very finest
work at the lowest price, come
to The News with your orders. ,
Dookcry & Co., Assuranoe Agents
represent first rlaBS companies only.
Every attention paid to placing risks.
Givo us a call at our new'quartere in
tho Provident building.
Strictly in it.
Tho proprietor ot the lloyol Barber'
Shop and their efficient assistants nro
strictly in it. A better shave, hair
out or bath cannot bo found anywhero
in the oiiy than there. Give them a
Miles' Nerve And Liver Pills
Act on a new prinoijile regulating
the Uvor, stomaohand bowels through
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness,
bad taBte, torpid liver piles, const!
patlon. Unequaled for men, women,
and children. Smallest, mildest, sur
est. 60 doses 26 cents. Samples free
at H. O Rlsher;& Co's. Drug store 613
(Elegant room moulding slightly
damaped at your own price at Thomp
son's E. E )
Hilt & Co., the cominc; great shoe
house of Waoo, 414 Austin avenue,
will open up about tho first.
(B. E, Thompson has a lew moro ol
those damaged paints and wall papor
for sale at our own Drice.-)
(Elegant room"moulding slightly
damaged at your own prioe at Thomp
son's E. E.)
E. ETThompson sells wall paper at
5o per roll, real value 15c per roll,
(see thoso elegant designs in wall
paper from 5o to 2.50 per roll.)
Parker Bros, can sell you goods
below manufacturers prices, Soe
their poods and get their prices.
Have you useti an Embreo McLoan
Every family in Waco should see
Thompson's Universal Garmont Cutter,
at rooms t Hotel St. Chiir 8th and
Washington. Ladies in attendance.
COKE'S x HALL,
The finest in the City of Waco,
Austin Street, near Eighth, next
to O. J. Miller's Store, commences
February 23, 1892
and continues three nights. Grand
Orchestra. Dancing the principal
feature of the Fair. Fine supper,
only 35 cents. All sorts of re
freshments, any sort of fun and
amusement. Doors open at 7 p.
m. Admission 25 cts. All cordi
Vomer sixth anil Wimhingtoii,
HI UN. J. 31. AVICSfilNS, PKOPIlIETnENS
n-Gooil rooms ana unexcelled table Meat
or servl se Rt the most reasonable rate. Con.
renlent to business center of the city.
J. N. Kins of Itotue, Ga., is regis
tered at the Pacific.
M. P. Dale of Kansas City, is auto
graphed at tho Royal.
Pat Waltman, of Dallas, is n tho
city a guest at tho Pacific.
L. P. Crow is down Irom Gatesville
and puts up at the Pacific.
Tom Ilill of Comanche, is in tho
city and is Btoppiug at tho Royal.
T. 0 Harvey, of New York, is in
the city stopping at the lloyal.
Mrs. 0. B. Caldwell camo up from
Bolton yesterday to visit friends in the
Col. C. C. Curtice, travelling pas
songer agont of the Vandalia Line, is
in tho oity today.
Aldorman Hawkins left this after
noon for Valley Mills on business and
will return tomorrow.
Col. C. E. Jenkins, who represents
Leroy W. Fairohilds Gold Pen 00m
pany of New York, is in tho oity.
Mr. J. E. Famsworth of Austin
goncral auditor for the Southwestern
Telephone Company is in tue city
looking after his company's interests.
Mr. Sol Wcslow returned this
morning from a short business trip to
Houston. On his way home ho stop
ped off at an intermediate point where
it is said there is strong feminine at
traction. Mr. W. H. Hawkins, who haB been
connected with Goldstein & Migol,
has severed his connection with that
house and assooiated him. elf with the
now house of Whettingill, Jones &
For Spring Millinery Lat
est Novelty in hair goodB
highest price paid for cut
400 j4 'AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Hardware and
Texas has been injured in many
ways. Foreign capital has been kept
out. Times havo been made harder
and tho reputation of our people for
honesty and fair dealing has been
questioned abroad by various blun
ders of our law-makers. Right now
wo need a olearheadod business man
for governor, ono who thoroughly un
derstands the follies of the past and is
able to lead the legislature out nf t.lm
old rut and into tho ohannels of tnod-
orn economic business menthods, a
good lawyor, who knows what it re
quires to make a law stand the test of
tho courts. First of all such i-nhhinh
as tho occupation tax law, the anti
trust law and alien land law should
be repealed, and next steps should be
taken to oncourage foreign capital
into Texas investments and to open
now enterprises and brine Texas bank
on the road to prosperity. It would
bo hard to and any more worthy and
better qualified for goveror than our
townsman, George Clark. What adds
more to tho beauty and comfort of a
home than a nice lawn? I still keep
tho celebrated Pennsylvania mowor
and have also added a new mako whioh
is considered still better but not
dearer. After many experiments I
havo found the bost make of rrardnn
hose. It cannot possiblv leak, wears
longors and vet is as cheap as other
Yours for hardware,
There is still a limited amount of
stock to be had in the City Savings
Wear your old shoes a little Inncmr
and wait for tho new shoe store, 414
The disnlav of fine office 1nrnir.11
from Texas Curly pine whioh will bo
made by the Waoo Furniture finmnn.
ny on Wednesday this week, day
iiur tomorrow, snouia bring out any
business man and professional man in
tho city. It will bo an exhibition
hat will astonish anyone.
Fortunes and crreat institutions
built up by cathorincr un and abro
gating small sums of money, as is
done in tho City Savings Bank. By
the presont method of paying it in,
any man or woman oan nnv fnr a rn
shares of stook.
Watoh for tho 0Denin- of thn nrrnt
now shoo store, 414 Austin street with
a Dran new tresh stock and all dainty
icte !& '
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YoufiGrocer) CLAIRETTE SOAP,
if. JMAKE5 WASHING VERY EASY
h crying & I
MflacM.KJAlRBANK & CO. st. loJisT
Have Moved Into Tneir New Quarters
SSI S& 528 --ULS-tiia. t.
And are now ready to serve their many fiiends and
O XJ 5S T O J?tEIS.
Have opened yesterday a lovely line of new Challies.
New Bedford Cords in the latest style.
New Ginghams comprising the latest novelties in Silk stripes
(ew jelid Cje Cecl Qilks.
The latest fad in Figured Cheras, two tone.
New Percales .
A lovely line of the choicest Torchon Laces.
New Lace and Embroidery Flouncing and the prettiest lot of
tambriG, - iwiss - and - lull
Come and look at the Goods. They are Choice and Pretty
and at POPULAR PRICES.
SSI siiacl 523 Austin t.
One Door from Our Old Stand.
CURTIS & GRAND
To C-uir 2To-w Store.
U Nrl&k" 'r??sw" wsy
loves and House Furnishing Goods
CIfJK.T'iE & OR JMJD
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,
W.l) MAYHK1.D, I'rMdent. J. I). 11KM,, Vlcu Picslilent. JOIIND. MAYKIKLD, Cashier.
The City Savipgs Bapk
Will Commonco Business March 1, 1892, with
$100,000 Oapitaa Stoofe-
Xbo Chans are payable In monthly Installments or two dollars. Anybody csn take stock
now beoaueo the payment" are so small, but In a short time you will not he able to buy tlio stock
without paying an enormous premium. See the cashier at once If you want etock,
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