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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH! i5 i892
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FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON OF !892 we shall offer-beside our
kjk. xn.c orxiiNr ai; v? Qradis Garments an enormous and distinctively
usual generous display ot riiGH VjRaul. jjakmivb i a
tasteful assortment of MEDIUM PRICE ''EVERY DAY SELLERS
You will find the Medium Grade goods to be as perfect in FIT and TC3H .and as
Carefully Tailored as our finest garments, and superior ir t every s pect to the ordmary
"Ready Made" Clothing sold at the same price. Wise Piuchwe , omyancl
some sacrifice of Profit enable us to produce this result. Come and See Us this Week.
Yours to please,
J. HansB
121 & 123 SOUTH FOURTH ST.,
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STEP IN
TT WILL PAY YOU to step in
1 at J. HANSEL WOOD SHOE
& CLOTHING CO.'S elegant new
quarters and take a look at thci
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 Avho wore a bad hat
could doff it Avith proper
grace Avhen extending courtesies
to a lady in a street car or else
Avhere. The hat proclaims the
man, and a neat tile is a bource o
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
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fast as they appear.
TOR 1892t
food Sloe h Mm
wmpaoy
WACO, TEXAS.
What Do You Want?
no you want AgpntJ
Do you want I'uiillM
1)0 j ou want a Partner!
Do you want n BltuaUory
I)o you wantto buy Anything!
Do yon want a ltuebandor WUot
IK) yen want Hoarders or Lodgers?
Do you want any "Holp," male or fcmalel
Do you want Bervanta, Clerks or Mechanical
Do you want to rent a ltooni, Home or Store)
Do yon want to tell your Qoocl-v 111 and t'lx
tares I
Do .Sou want to Ilont or Soil your Uonce, Of
flco, Lot or Form?
Do yon want to liuy or Sell a llorso, Wagon, ot
any kind ol Vehicle?
Hare you Lost or t-Vurid anything?
llavejou aeond-hand Goods ot iinyMcdthM
yon wUh to Fell or exchanger
Perfloiif.li or Matrimonial Advertisement)
1( so, The Nkwa will publish an ailrortlse
oicnt in the Want Column lor ONI! UkN I' l'Ell
WOUD per day, or t'lVK CKNTS I'KU WOUD for
ono week, six daw
Tnx M.WH Is the on y paper that tcoos Into
nearly every readlnit household In Waco, and
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns.
Unndreda can ho referred to who hare prolltably
advertised In ltn "Wunt" column.
Waco Evening News
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS.
Advertising In thin column charged & thf
rate of one cent per word for each insertion.
Cash mnet accompany the order, oxcept whore
ordered by a regnlnr advertiser.
WANTED.
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AWTKHEmplovment ni hostler. Ad-
uress uttvir" wewaumco. It-Mat
WNTJRI.. A good second band two horso
wagon and hny I rcaa. Addrost J. h.
Kandolph, Pbnt Qulnn Cottage, Eet Waco.
8 15 at
WAWTr.n.-A whlto nlrl to do lionso work
n conil home and ynml wirnsi. Vlmi
treatment, and attrndy job, C K Kinghnrv
rt Waco cutlosliy Show, or at res denco 012
T A!T IJWKnorcetln lady, salary ro per
month npatnlra, 407J; oyer Herbert Ml
tie & Co , FraukUu street. 3 last
WAIVTKU-.Kncrpetlcman. Salary fCO per
month towork in country. Apply room
8, 40754 over Hcrbett Little A. Co., Frarklln
atret. 3-12 .it
WAIS'J'in)"Tracllng r"an dea'ren bomdln
nicefamilv f rli a wlfcpmmpnrlnL Anrll
Ut. ddreta, Traveller
Cato iEWb.
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ANTKD-To buy vendorH Hen notes.
iiiiAa aiutz. Jin
Wrn'rr.?.-wrrk In Stenoemphv and
typpwrltlrp by Geo AV. 8-frbo?ongh at
AVIUIama A Evans law ofllce room 22 Provldont
building.
AAA1TJ.21 Uobuy becond hand Furniture,
'' btoveb, ( arpuiH, 'loolb, Kvco thing.
Waco curiublty Shop.
WANTVI)-Partiea who want to Invest In
In the rich agricultural lands of Central
Texas, to send in clr addruas to 11IK AVACO
DAILY NKWS. ltaloimatlon mnilshed Iroo.
WAMTUII One thousand old eulta to
el'jan at Sod North Fourth street. A.
Friedman, successor to'lhe Little Fronohman.
o-ill-t
MISCELLAhituUS.
LOST On March 12, two boys wool huts.
Leave at Sant,et's. 2t
Foil S A 1. 1: Two spcond hind Are proof
safo, very ihoup lorcush, wtco Curioa
it; Miot.
FOK NAI..i:-One buntlTCtl and fifty now
bedstoitia (Lought ft foiccd sle) utnctiial
fdctmy prloes, freight added. Wuco CurUslty
Shop.
FOR SALi:--A rlco new 1 4 sawed oak,
lodlngrhlldA bed, a beauty, uud cheap.
A aco Curloety bhop.
I7)lt sl.i: -Cabbago plants lot next to post
' olllco.
SI KA yill -OnobUck maro. star In f.ico
ono white foot, branded on riRht hip, II O
T, u! raUed noitr Uioettbetk. lioturu to Mrs.
N. II, Klrkputri".k. AVaco, Texab, and bo re
warded. 3-12 Ct
FUIt .SAI.i:--loo,oon good honil shtng'o at
02.CO ier thuueand. Apply 7oH Austin
Avfnuo. U-&tf
Tj'OIl Iir.M'.-Uairofomce. 109 South Mil
JH street. U. M. Ciiahhmilin Jt Ho.
2-2Jtf
Limi: At Oaunt llros. Flftnenlhand Jack-Mreets-
ltoi k l.lm or Blacked Lima
Portland, Bcsendalo and Louisville Cement,
12 10 1 mo
"0 11 N A I, I :--Old papers at 20 cents per hun
dred at TllK . KB olllco.
Ti-IHtI'r...Fnnilture, Stoves, Sewing
JD HocLlLiB, LverjtlilDK. Waco 1 utloiilty
Shop, ClTaur B19 urtlri atrcet.
IJAOU SAI.i; t Coatl AtO'Ht! At fostl
Jewelry, Clock., silver l'lated Knlvca
l-orks, BlxoriH, pkln JtliHB, 1'oikot and
Table Tultrry, 1-tcrliiop. s, Ink Btai ds, l'lo
tnre rrainen ai d Actions, ILIa Ib the Qi Ht
time woeicradvtrilftd to fell at coet bat wo
deslro to handle only New Furniture and
Second band goers ofnil kinds, AVaco Curios
lty tibop.
HAVIl VU- Property toscll or rent. Do
yon wt.li to buy or rent, ccnaull K 11 ton iV
Co., 413 F aoklln street. Ileal Kituto, Rental
aulLf Imurajco Agents Ct
Ti:i,i:i,IHirvi:--Gatintllio.). for Post Oak
or Ash cord wcoa, ttoe w od tr flru
plnrewood cutacyKngth 1210 lino
LADIES ATTENTION!
Woman, lovely woman, one bottlo of my
colebrat d Tokti will permunently enlarge
yonr firm 4 Inclit-H In 3 j days, and rrakoyou
a beautiful aa Cleopatrs, or money refiinded.
Price only W 00, Womun'a id y trno friend,
forlt db er falls. Tohti. nlori ob Tonti
will make tho leanest person fat and reniove
those horrid wrlnklis. 81 for;caledI rcu
jar MKH. Dli MILLKtl
211 AVAniSII AVIXOB. ClIlCAOO, 11.LS
Fine Jcrhoy buuer received twloo a
week at J. A. Early's.
Local Time Card.
illanourl, Httnsna A Texni,
aMenger Trains South Bound ,
No. I arrives 13:10 a.m.
No. l leuvn 12:35 a. m.
no. s arrives.... loon.
:.
No.31eavea l:10p.
North Bound.
, m.
No. 2 arrive iM a.
. m.
No. lloHTos Msi,n,
so. t ariivea sua p, m.
No. 4 leaven .... 3:20 p,m,
Tat via Joiou.
Ticket Agent, Paclflo Hotel Blc-ck.
Cotton II el Konte.
notno wist.
rratn No. 1 leavea 11,00a. m.
Trnln Ho. 1 arrives 10:4a a, m,
aitiu tktt,
Train Mo. 2 arrives Hilsp m
Train No. a leaiea , sslIO p.m
Between Waoo and Ot. Louts solid train via
Parawnlcl to at. Louis ou Iron Mountain track
Into Union Dopot.
W. B. QiLtvasrik,
uity rtoketumoe at ho. 112 aoutn our tat.
U.AT.f.
. 8S Arr atlSa. m,
an.'v flteoa. m.
Sl Arr 4:10 p. m.
fKo
"Vcit bound.
v
S2L'v 10:20a. m,
31 Arr 8:20 p.m.
StL'v 8:40p. in.
Bait bound
W. E. OWKN8. Ticket Ajront.
Under Paolflo Hotel Blook, Opposlto PostofSct.
Nntt Autonlo antl Arniimia t'aNs.
South pound ko. 32. hobtk boundbo. 81
Lt Waco at !5 a. m. Arrives ll:W p. m.
South Bonnd rrelgbt which will carry P"
engcrs. leaver AVaco at 18:46 p. m. ,
rcjusza
TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
IHEOUQH TRIIIS CiEEY
P CUJtfn SIEEPEF8
Bemesn rolnu u TEli
CHICAGO, 8T. L0UI8
AKD
KANSAS CITY.
Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
Tailor ind Kansas Clti and Nannloal.
ma jiuiiiui tun ji tinur ultlsi
tralu cl eaitera ni 0iUnilliM, qui
HBE..K. tt. rrttemntllMto
Hew Yorl:. Boston Montreel and St.Pa
J. B. Smith, Tinkot Agent, No. 124
South 4th Strent, PaoiCo Hotel Waoo.
A. S. Dodok, Traffio Managor, St.
Louis, Mo.
II. P. Huchieb, G. P. and T. A.
Donison, Texas.
E. B. Pauker, A. G. P. A. St.
Louis, Mo.
-THE-
Cotton Belt Route
(St.LoulsJ:"ouihwe3Lern Ry.)
TO
St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis,
ANDALL POINTS I1EYOWD.
ffroo Rocllnlnp; Chair Cars
and Pullman BufTot Slaopora;
Two Daily Trains To
MEMPHIS
AK AtL rOINTB BKTOm.
Tlio Only Line d-iiv.nnC ?
Kers to mnetlnf radsatMHMPHiawIU
ont k loas tad dliaXTMabl omalbu to
'r aores thaltr.
T c Only Line wu thr.gh
1 iicrr?tcbetwtmrOETWOrtTn o4
MXMPHia
Til 8 Only LinO wrihthroixliearie
tc Utwa-n irBUPniS ad points In Cm
TRAXTBXllt.
The 'Shortest Routo
TO ALL rOINTfl IN THE
So'O.tli.eas't
AB7xaa I.lnavtnrOTSfhtlotonii r.
The Cotton Belt Route)
rtatw. mar Uia Ublea an1 all li.formii
Irlll br rhTfaU7 famlili(xl n apfllrarlon M
V17 aKontortfaceooipaor, or
ft, tt, OAHTKlt, TT. II. M If. ri SUB.
tr'T,J,", Ax't. I U'l Paa' Ar'U U
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