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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 29 i8g2
LOTHING
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FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON OF 1892 we shall offer beside our
usual eenerous display of High Grade Garments an enormous and distinctively
You will find the Medium Grade goods to be as perfect m 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,
121 & 123 SOUTH FOURTH ST.,
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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.
H.AT.
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
& CLOTHING CO.'S. They
keep the most fashionable hats to
be found, and get new styles as
fast as they appear.
M Shoe &
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WACO, TEXAS.
ffaco Evening Ms
TTsTaco Tessas.
What Do You Want?
Do yon want ARontat
Do you want Pupils?
Doyou want Partner)
Do yoa want n Situation!
Doyou want to buy Anything!
Do you wnnt a Husband or Wltot
IK) ycu want Hoardersor ledgers?
Do you want any ' Help." male or femalel
Do you want Servants, Clerk or MoUutnloat
Doyou want to rent a ltoom, Honso or Htorol
Do you want to sell your Good-will and Fix
tures Do Sou want to Rent or Sell your Uouce, of-
nee, boi or P arm?
Do yoa want to Uuy or Sell a Horse, Wagon, or
any kind of Vehicle?
Hare you Lost or Kbund anything?
Uavo jou second-hand Goods of tiny kit dthM
yon with to t-ell or oxchango?
Personals or Matrimonial Advertisements?
It 80, The News will publish an advertise
ment m tho Want Column forONKUKN PEll
W011D per day, or KIVK CKNTS PKU W011U for
one week, six Jays
The News Is the on y paper tbat eoe Into
nearly every reading household in Waco, aud
besides circulating largely In udjolnlng towns.
UnndredH can be referred to who hare pcafitablj
advertised In ltB"Wnt" columns.
Waco Evening News
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
Advertising In this column oargod a th
rat of one cent per word for ouch Insertion.
Cash must accompany the onlor. except whoro
ordered by a regular advertiser.
WANTED.
WANTI'.n-A wli'te plrl for housework, a
cood lirmc nrd good wages to the TlBht
girl. Apply at 110 Washington street, 1127-6
WANTKll Poltlon 8B bo' k keeper or
pn'esman Experienced, R1 host f
reference. Address W. V. K. CM South 13th
street a-253t
FIt SA1.1: 100,000 pood heart shingle" at
$2.60 per thousand. Apply 708 AnBtln
Avenue. 2 IB tf
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ANTED-To bny vendors Hen notes.
CiiAg. Motz. lm
WAlNTKi--Work In S'enogrnphy and
typewrltli gby Geo. W. Srsrboiongh at
Williams & KvatiB law office room IK! 1'rovldont
building.
WANTnn.Joh Printing or all kind atTmc
News Steam Jo' Koonis Show your ap
preciation of a Hv evening paper by givlngil lit
leant n shorn ol your p:ironage. Satisfaction
punraiitei U on cvtry order received, and proof
Bhown if desired.
WAIN'l'UU To buy Secondhand Furniture,
Stoves, CarpelB, Toole, Ever thing.
Waco Curiosity Shop.
WANTIIU-Parties who want to invest In
In the rich agricultural lands of Central
Texa, to send their oddrcsB to THE WACO
DAILY NEWS. Information furnished freo.
WASTKII-One thousand old suits to
clean at 303 North Fourth street. A.
Friedman, successor to 1 he Little Frenchman.
B-21-t
MISCELLANEOUS.
ROOMS Suito of first floorroomsui furnish
ed indonofurnlslitd upstairs room, .tp
ply to M.b. Harmon corner Eighth and Wash
ington !2-!ff tf
LOST A soltalro illmnend ear drop on
Fifth or en Austin street between i-nnger
i-ros , a d OolcUIn & SHirel's. A reward of
tSowlllbo paid for Its return to Mrs. Joe Urecn
41(1 (south Fifth street. 2-VB St
JTOIt. saIjII Cbcapor will exchnngo for
r Waco property or McLennan county land,
atractofSiU acrei. of good unencumbered land
in south went TexaB. For p rticulniB Ac, ad
dr. M V O.UOI78, Waco, Tex. -24 tf
.'OU Ki:iSTHair of office. 109 South Mil
C street. It. M. CiiiHiitiiLiN& Son.
2-2Jtr
FOH Ili;i'I' Varch 1, four room houso,
no. W3 South 4th street. Apply next door,
or to a , f. Darby at Hill's Business t'olltgo.
2-lUtf
Limi: At Gaunt Urns. Flfioenth and Jack-Mreetx-
I took l.lm" or Slacked Llmo
Portland, Bcsoiidalo and Loulsvillo Cement,
12 10 lino
"OIt;.SA Iji: Old papers at 20 cents por hun
dred at TlIK MWi ofllco.
Foil It DINT... Furniture, Stoves, Bewlng
Machines, Everything. Waco curiosity
bhop, C17anc 619 Austin street.
F(lt NAI.K 4tCostl AtCostl AtCoatl
Jewelry, Clock Silver Plated Knives
Forks, SixonH, Napkin Rlnrs, Poikel and
Table nltery, Fterli-copis, Ink Stands, Pic
ture Frames ai d Notions. IhU la the fliat
time weevcradvcrileed to sell at cost but we
neslre to handle only New Fnrnltnre and
Second band gooes of ail kinds, Waco Curios
ity Shop.
TEM-:i,IIOIi;--GauntIlroB. for Post Oak
or Abu cord wool, ttove wood or uro
place wood cut any length 12101 mo
LADIES ATTENTION!
Woman, .Lovely woman, one bottle of my
celebrat- a Tohti will permanently enlarge
yonr fnrm 4 Indies In 3 days, aud.rrako yon
a-beautiful as Cloopatrs, or money refunded.
Price only 12.00, WomHn'sin y truo friend,
for it ne er falls. Iomtj, glorl us Tohti
will make tho leanest ptrson fat and remove
those horrid wrlnklta. Send for sealed circu
lar. Mils. Illl MILLEK.
241 WAlUOH AVKNUB, ClllCAQO, ILLS
Wo give orapiojment to more people
mi have moro teams engaged in do
ivpring our "justly oelobrated Bip
Muddy lump" coal than any otbci
lealor in the city. "Telephone Egan
for coal."
E. E. Thompson Balls wall paper at
00 por roll, real value 15o per roll,
(SQ thopo elegant dcsigne in wall
paper from 5o to 42 00 per roll,)
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Local Time Card.
TUiaourl, Knntai A Tosni.
RBsenger Trains South llonnrt.
No. 1 arrives issiu a.
in.
No. l mHs 12:35 a, m.
No, II arrives loop,.m.
No.S.eaTPB ........ .l:10p,m.
North Bound.
No. a nrrlvoa 2:M t. a,
No. 2 loivro 2:Mta,ni,
No. 4 arrives 3:10 p. m.
No.4 leaves 3:20 p, m.
Thati -Tomss.
Ticket Agent, racldo Hotel Kiosk.
t.'otton lln It Unnte.
oormi west.
Train No. 1 leaves -. U;0Oa.M.
Train No 1 arrives 10:45 a.m.
nOIHO BART.
Train No. a arrives 5:18p m
Train ho. 3 loavot 8:110 p.m
Betwaen Waoo and Bt. Ioul solid train via
Psrnjould to at. Ioul ou Iron Mountain track
Into union Depot.
W. S. GlLLBSflK
uity noketomoeatNO. us soutn rouriBV-
U.AT.f,
.S3 An 6tl5a.JD,
ssL'v e:R0 a.m.
SI An 4:10p. m.
West bonnd
Bast bonnd
KJL'v 10:20 a. m,
34 An 8:20p.m.
S4L'v 8:40 p. m.
W. E. OWENB. Tloket Axent.
Under raolflo Hotel Blook, Opposite rostofflc.
8nn Antonio and Arninns t'naa.
SOUTH BOUND HO. 32.--JIOIlTn BOUND'-BO, 21
Lv Waco at '6 a. m, Arrives 11: W p. m.
South Itonml freight which will carry pa
engore, leaves Waco at 12:45 p m.
-T-flKlE
TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
TflROUQH TEAH5 CABEY
PULL i:I'n SLEEPERS
Between Foliii It TEIA
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
ahd
KANSAS CITY.
Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
HETWEEN
Taylor ind Kansas City and Hannibal.
I3!J ;jiii;:iM 11 tit a in iijf icitin
Helm ol eaitern asl toitliiiun, man
1DBI..K. hi. R'T th8 Dtrat llUB tO
New YortBoston Montreal anil St.Pa "
J. E. Smith, Tinkot Agent, No. 124
South 4th Street, l'acifio Hotel Waco.
A. S. Dodoe, Traflio Manager, rft.
Louis, Mo.
II. P. HuniiEB, O. P. and T. A.
Dcnison, TexuH.
E B. Pakkeh, A. G. P. A. St.
Louis, Mo.
-THE-
Cotton Belt Route
(St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) j
TO
St. Louis, Cairo. Memphis,
AKDAX.Ii POIKTB BETOMD.
Froo Roollnlng Chair Cars
and Pallman Buffot Sleepers!
Two Daily Trains To
n. art - I
ME.Mi-'-H& a
1 AJTD AXX FOIKTS BBTOHD.
The Only Line .u,Mt
gen to ecantiDjrrU a nfflMTBaftnttH
ont a leag taA dUtfTibU orndbo toM
fer aflM tb ftlty.
The Only Line wlue1Tct1.,P.
ln(BarMrTlMbtirirOBTWOBTn tM
5IKMPOTU.
Tito Only Line wHktimHuiiMrMf..
tIm btwxcn uauraU uk1 polaU la OS
TRALTHXIB.
The Shortest
Urn-it
AVl
l.J uw
TO AliL POINT8 IN THE
AUTrau IAookTthrtmUUoVtonal rt&
The Cotton Belt Route!
BfttM, mpa tlSM Ublej ni all lDformti.
VUIt ehMtfnllr forBlhl on apilleitoa l
7 agent or theeoatpmr, or
B.M.OARTBS, W. It. HtArliSU.
fe'T'ltuxr"' AS't. I 0'U'"' AK'U Unt

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