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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 25 February 1892

Arrivo Evory Morning Fresh unit water fish. Red Fish Trout Flouodors dressed Catfish oto. Also TLrco shipments a week of Oysturs. Thoy nro Rookaway Oysters tho best on tho maikot. Try thotu Ala ) throe phipmontH a week of Loh- maiin'H Berwick Bay Oysters well known to the trudo. AIjo receive consignments of all kinds ot game ai 717 ausuu Avonuo. 0. J- MILLER- Cheap 'Medium and Fine Paper Hangings and "Decor- ations Window Glass Var- nishes etc. Sole agent for j W. John's celebrated Asbestus Paints. Full line of Colors Brushes and every thing kept in a first-class Wall Paper and Paint Store. C- F. SMITH. 404 Austin Street Tho Big Muddy lump in strictly aold-weather coal. Telephone Kgan or coal. My Store Genuine maplo syrup reduoed from 40 to 25o. por quart can. tf (Tho latest designs in ingrains Thompson hangs them on common walls with success.) Buy tho "Big Muddy" lump coal Keep warm nnd give your imaginaiton a rest. "Tjelephono Egan for coal." For the best and freshest bcofpork mut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 25 February 1892

8 WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 25 i892 6 WACO MKIJ UKlMIlTMIiNT. l.ocntlnu of I'lro Alarm Hoxcm 4 Fifth Ward Fire Station strike & Corner Oih and Austin '" 6 4th " " ." " 7 Central Flro Station ' g Wert Knt Fire Station ' 13 Corcer 14 h and WBhlnaton " 14 " li and MnlboroaRh " "15 ' Stliand Coluinhus " " ig " stliandJacsson " " n " Uhaud Wobtter " "13 ' 8th nnd Clevelaud " 'JO " Mh unil Speight " ntlmnd Wmhlncton " 111! mil nun limn muni l-in win i uui l-llllll l-iiimi ii-iiui uuiiii n-iittiti in uui " Si Royal Hotel 6th a id Franklin " ai Woolou SI'.IU l:Uh and Mnrv " nt-iimi " 37 Corner H til and Jefferson iii-uuiii All boxc numbeied nbove 8 strikes thusi Box 13 strikes 1 and stops then strikes 111 maklnt llox 1:1 thon ropc.its Tour times. Uox 25 strikesll and stops thou strikes IHIf waking llox 2ft at U so on. DinKCTIONS FOIl OIVINO AtAlUI. Keys will bo found In residences on each coi- ner whore boxen are located. Open Flro Alarm Boxes and pull Uook down aud let go. Leave key In ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 25 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 25 iS92 QQH'T DRINK JtVT ' YOU no (SHRINK AT ED HATTON'S PACIFIC BAR where nothing but absolutely Pure Liq- uors and Finest of Wines arc offered customers. A full stock Spanish Hand-made Cigars. hots The only cheap lots offered in Wnco lor tho last fivo years aro those now od the markot in tho Kirkpatriok Ad- dition East Waco. These lots aro being sold for ono-half their real val- ue making a ohanoo to sccuro a de- sirable home such us will nover ocour again. Cheap JLots. Those lots lie high and dry. They overlook a large portion of tho city and have perfect drainage. They lie in tho healthiest part of tho city catch inc tho puro breezes from the prairie untainted by passago over any part of tho city. .Cheap IiOt These lots navo tbo finest sou. a rich sindy loam admirablo for gar- dens and are underlaid with puro water in inexhaustible quantities at a depth of fifteen and sixteen foot which oan bo usod for irrigation. Cheap Lots. Thcso lots aro olosor to tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 25 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 25 1892. 8 GIVEN AWAY 2d. 3d-4th 70 Advertise 6ur ftejnoval. Wc will have oui Advertisement Sale THURSDAY and FRIDAY February 25th and 26th. This is our Plau: 1st Every customer during these two days will receive FREE a copy of Webster's Handy Dictioncry. Every 30th customer will receive FREE an Amateur Photo- graphic Outfit valued at $5 00. Every 50th customer will receive FREE the "Encyclopedia of Practical Information" valued at $500. Every 100th customer will receive FREE Bissell's Finest Nickel Finished Carpet Sweeper valued at $5.00. 5th. You or your neighbor will get a FINE $30 CARPET FREE Every customer gets a Dictionary FREE. These are all numbered. One of these numbers will be placed in a sealed envelope with "The Waco Day" and announced Sunday morning. The custo- mer whose Dictionary bears this number will be entitled to A FINE CARPET FREE! Sleepy competitors will say this is a "scheme." Wideawake buyers will spp Hint to thnroiiphlv advertise our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

Full Associated Press Reports. $&$W K JSSTJJir.lSIlJ!l JVLT 10 1HXH. Kntered at the Votlofflcc at irVico 2V;ra m .Sfooiici C7M Jndfr. V0L. 4. NO. 196. 3 WACO TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 27. 1892. 50 Cents Per Month SANG LOOKOUT FOR GEO. CLARK. GOV. Ill'ltltAM) IMTnilVIBWEU IN NIJW OKIjIiANS. ER BR -""" vr tttttt lbs B'olflL JLR i " ai W OTft)T!rcifRTIIrTi ToCfeWO 3j3kT JlJ!'8L Jli JtjL. JLK JLk LF rAr t j! OB gPRINGDRESSGOODS!! Iii Medium Qualities At !Low Prices. (- T lie Siiyn tho Hourtr Atliiiliilmrniion AVim a Fnllnrc I'lio Next Governor AVill bo Gcorfo (Jlnrk-A Great Com- moner ivhoItcprcNont tho I'eonlo Narrow It! Inn ftltikt Give A Way to ISroiidcr Oiicn. Whip Cord Serges 30c a yard Bedford Cords 14c a yard Diagonal Mixtures 14c a yard Bias Novelty Weaves 35c a yard Choice Challies iSc a yard 34-Inch Cashmeres 19c a yard 38-Inch Cashmeres 29c a yard Plaid Worsteds 12c a yard All of the above are in the New Spring Shades an Colorings and prices 25 per cent below valu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 27 1892. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Comity Olllcrrti. w. nrn nniliorlcd to unnixinco Mr. .1. P ooratu or McLennan countv. - toil COUIITY ATIOKNBY. We are ant li rlcd to nimonnce Capt. T. A Blftli as a -landldatn Tor cotuty lir"y r J'hn 1 onnan county subject to the action of tho Dcmociatlc party. Mr N. A llogati autliprlrrt td nnouuco ho I. a c!.dhlato for countr a Morn jy o' that no is a '". rr.Vinn .f tho McLennan county uib u Deo. ocratlc party. Kor Mmrlir. Wonre anthorlred to anuoiincc .Joe Y. Ellison a can.lhla to "ur Vhenff at tho cn.uInK eleo- lloS. Buhject to the action or the Democratic party. W. L. Bnrko Is 8 candidate for sheriff of Slc- Lennan cotit.ty subject to the action of tho Democratic arty.. .. r-..i I. ..lli1Btn f.ir rn-nlcCtlon to the omco i r BhcrtlT t f JtcLcnnau count . subject to tbo action 01 MP ucmuoraiiii i'o'.j i o l0UCONSTAM.lt. The NiwsIh authorised to announce lie CooV acMdldnte (or re c lecl on to i the office of constable or rccinotnu.i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY a7 1892. IT WILKES M D W. 0. WILKES M D rtNld'cnco ISO N9 Bt Residence 310 N 12 St. - I DRS WILKLS & WILKES rXljoluiuiio aiiu uuigcuna. HOOMS IN PHOVIDENT BUILDING. MsU at Old OornoT Drag Btore. Tclepnone Bt Offlco and Residences. J W. HUNTER M. D. TIiySlCIAX ANJr.BVJHWOtf Wot; - Tuxai. glnto nt Old Corner Drug Btoro. Ofllco hours nt residence from 2 to 4 p m. No. 1408 South Eighth stroot. Dr. N- T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. Khoenb Williams. I Wm. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Atty's $ Counsellors at Law rito rsi ex t it vjTjinxa WACO - - - TEXAS. Hartley & Burleson Honk Job a nil Commercial JK South Third Strrrt KearHltehell House A Trial Order Solicited. MANSION HOUSE Corner Sixlli mid. 'Washington nits. J. in. WMUJINS PKOriUHTRESN l3"Goo( rooms and unexcelled table. Hest of serrllo at tlic most reasonable rates Con- ?enlcnt to business center of tlio city. E. T- DENNIS & BRO. FUKEKAL DIKECTORSEBIBALMERS 018 Aust...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 27 1892. $gyk Fra3h Vocfatablas Rocalved Daily Carrotts Bcots lladishes Tomatoes Celery Parsley Rutabagas Turnips Yellow Yam Sweot Potitoos Spinaoh Must ard Greens Turnip Greo$s Young Onions Cabbage and Mormon Irish Potatoes. Send us your orders if you wish the best and freshest of everything good to eat Quality and prioe guaranteed Your trado solioitcd Headquartors for everything good to eat W. K. FINKS & CO Must Have Money. OUR CUSTOMERS ARE RESPECTFULLY NO- TIFIED that we MUST HAVE iltt of tho People. Captain T. A. Blair. In this issue of The News ap- pears the name of Capt. T. A. Blair as a candidate for the office of county attorney of McLennan county. It is entirely unnecessary for The News to offer any ex- tended introduction of this gen- tleman to the voters of McLen- r nan county. His ability as a criminal lawyer and his efficiency as a prosecutor is well known to them. Captain Blair is an ener- getic consciencious worker in any undertaking he m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 27 I892. jMmWiwiwW'www "' ! wui wiii Mil mmm THE FIRST C-I Firod by Judge Clark at Woathor- ford Today. Thousands of Pooplo Listen to His Speech. An Ablo and Masterly Effort By Our Warwick. The Hogg Administration tinea Eull of Holes. gpccislto Tlio News: Weatiieiuoiid Feb. 27. Judgo Clark spoke hero today to tho largest crowd over seen in Weatherford. The crowd was full of enthusiasm and frequently went wild with applause. Judge Clark's speech was us follows: Fellow Citizens: It is said that after the charge at Balaklava and which resulted in the useless loss of manv brave and valuable men the cry went up from the army as the remnant retreated back to its lines "somebody has blundered." And so when we look abroad at this fair land and recall the many wonderful advan- tages vouchsafed to us by a kind Providence and which ought to make us the freest and happiest and most prosperous people upon earth and realize the stagnation around us the prostration of trad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

WACO DAI) tutiooal objootion but the sood foil upon stony places. The linn. Thomas J. Brown a distinguished mombor of the louse from Oraysi n county who had dovotcd yoais of study to the question and a fur duo incubation had mtturod a bill designcl to c irroct the ovils in railway mauagoinont in troduced his bill only to liavo it slaughtered in committee although he was the recognized loader nf tbe coin- mission idea upou tho tloor. This Brown bill when compared to the present bill wts soothing syrup to aquafortis. Senator Johnson ot Smith county who himself had given no little thought to this question iu more than ono session ot tho Legislature refused to accept tho Ilrowu bill us a solution because it was not extreme onough and thereupon in joint com- mittee he form aimed another hill which had already been iutroduood into the Senato by him and dominated the committee sufficiently to have his bill substituted for thn Brown bill Thii Johnson bill was extreme enough in all consaienc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 27 1892 BJIWJUIIII'W with Domooraoy thon after long yoars of faithful ami patient study I havo failed to grasp tho moaniog of either tonn. How n'onfltrous the proposition that tho pooplo aro not oapablo of se- lecting thoso commissioners. Why they selcoled tho Governor himself tho man who uudor this law is to sit clothed with arbitrary and irresponsi- ble power ohiirgcd with the appoint- ment and romoval of tho oommiss'on- crs For uiaiiy years thoy havo aclectod tho judges of your highest eourt and who oan Bay they have mado mistakes in this selection? This was a popular niovemont; it was a re- sponse to tho ory of tho pet pie tor re- lief; it camo from tho people them- solves in responeo to their demands uttorcd in overwhelming tones. Hoiv appropriate it was thon that tho peo- ple tlicmsolvcs having douiandod this agency should at least havo a voice in its selection. And how poouliarly appropriate it would have boon to havo devolved upon tho pooplo them- se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

8 WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY zl 189. powerless when tho former sco lit to i ignoro tho law. I mention tboso things for two purposes: first to: doruonstrato to tho people how cur J laws nrc executed and second to) manifest how silly tho cry wbiah wo ' occasion all v hear as to the credit due ooMBioiiBiiy ea u u.: .i -v this governor or that governor lor tho ; execution of tho laws. It is a hollow i vo tondoney. Coiuo us It inny ills- pretense a bag of wind which the jjuisod us it too ofton Is 1 trustl shiill tirinb rf o n'n will nnllnnnn. lllWlVVS bo tiorillittoil by 11 klllll 1'roVl- ' . - i This constitutes my fo low el ens I all that I have to say with reference to tho presont administration. Jt may be naturally oxpeotod by you that I should say soinothlnjr as to what I purpose doing In case I am elected and this featuro can bo dis- posed of with becoming broviiy. 1 am notarrogant enough to think that my olectlou will work a revolution either in the methods of government or iu tho o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

City Cash Storo. For a few day's only I will sell you lOdoz.eggs for$l.0u. 20 lb granulatod sugar for $1.00. 22 lb brown sugar for $ 1 00. Nice ripo bananna's at 15ots a dozen. Sweet oranges at 25ots a dor.on. Spare rips fresh at lOots porlb. Fresh salt wator fish to arrivo overy other day. Fresh vegetables cvory morninp;. Call t O. J Mim.kr'b for bargains 7I7 Austin Ayo. Cheap Medium and Fine Paper Hangings 'and Decor- ations Window Glass Var nislies etc. Sole agent for J. W. Jolin's celebrated Asbestus Paints. Full line ofCoJors Brushes and every thing kept in a first-class Wall Paper and Paint Store. C. F. SMITH. 404 Austin Street Tho Big Muddy lump iB strictly oold-weather ooal. Tolephono Egan or coal. My Storo Genuine maplo syrup reduced from 40 to 25o. per quart can. tf (Tho latest designs in ingrains Thompson hangs them on common walls with success.) For the best and freshest bcofpork mutton veal sparcriba 6h and oystors yo 10 Crippon corner Fifth and Frankling Our goods and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 27 i892 10 WACO riltlJ DKI'ABTaiHNT. Locution of Flro Alarm Iloxo. 4 Fifth Ward Fire Stsllon strikes 5 Corner 9ih and Austin ' 6 ' 1th " " " " 7 Control Flro Station o U'a.t U.l fc'lt-A Htntlnn " inn nun mint ilium i-iii i-iin l-imi miihi i-iiiim ii-imi IMI1III " 11 Corcer 14 h ami Wnhlngton " "14 ' 6th nmt Malboroagh ' "16 " Sthand Columbus '10 Sin nu .meson 4th nml Webster Sth nil Cleveland " 6th awl Speight " nth and wo'liliiBlon " "17 " V "'if "M Royal Hotel 6th aul Franklin " III-' ' irt Woolen Kills 11th and Mary " IH-i: '17 ii-iiimi mil nun " S7 Corner lith and Jefferson ' m-nililJ All boxes nnmbeietl above 8 strikes tlmst Bar 13 striken 1 and stops then strikes 111 onklnt IJox la theu repeats four times. Box 25 strlkcsll and stops then strikes lull making Box '-.' aid so on. DIIIECTI0NS FOll OIVtNO ALAKM. Keys wll1 bo fonnd in residences on each coi- ner where boxen are located. Open Flro Alarm Boxes and pull Uook down and lot go. Lcavo koy In box. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

I WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 27 i892 H 3W CIvOXHUSTGr H 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 cr 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 i keep the most fashionable hats to be found and get new styles as fast as they appear. IOIfc 1892. FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON OF 1S92 we shall offer beside our usual generous display of High Gradk Garments an enormous and distinctively tasteful assortment of MEDIUM PRICE EVERY DAY SELLERS." You will find the Medium Grade goods to be as perfect in 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...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 27 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 27 1892. 2 r"'""' i Special Sale t bliR' ii Wm. GrOWIlS Chemises. Skirts Drawers GENTS. 19 GENTS. 29 fiENTS. 39 GENTS. Corset Covers ALL WORTH TWO and THREE TIMES 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. JElor9 Waists- 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 Gorner 6th St. PERSONAL. Gen. Felix Robertson left to- day lor Houston. He will return Monday. For Spring Millinery Lat- est Novelty in hair goods highest prioo paid for cut hair. nDRS. DOSS' 4OO 4. AUSTIN ST. Botan 1'reddent J .Vm. Cajcikon ' Ice Presidents. Tox Paboitt. J J. K Bosb Caihler A. L.Bno.H Assistant ) Cashier. First kTatio:Ei.eul IBank WACO : : TEXAS CAPITAL $50C000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS $85000. nntJSarons K. Hotso Wrn. Cameron. Tom Padgltt. l.'.K. Boss W. v. roit W. M. tellett I). K....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 29 February 1892

8Full Associated Press Reports. AUM 0 & r.RTAiti.isiir.n tvit m ihhh. JCntered at the roitofllceat Waco Texat it Second duel Matte 'OL. 4. NO. 197. WACO TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 29. 1892. 50 Cents Per Month I'M ltd wvmma IJa SANGER BROS. OIT- PR1NMRE88G00D3!! In Medium Qualifies At Liow Prices tie tj f Whip Cord Serges 30c a yard Bedford Cords 14c a yard Diagonal Mixtures 14c a yard Bias Novelty Weaves 35c a yard Choice Challies 18c a yard 34-Inch Cashmeres 19c a -yard 38-Inch Cashmeres 29c a yard Plaid Worsteds 12c ayard All of the above are" in the New Spring Shades and Colorings and prices 25 per cent below value. THE SPORTS OH HMD. NEW OKMJANS CItOUItr.I) WITH thi: l'ltr.urifmTEii. REMNANTS A Large Lot of Remnants of Dress Goods at Half Price. .QANQER ROS THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR! f-ias Beep Used To a wonderful advantage in the purchase of this season's Stock and has accomplished for us truly surprising results. Our New Goods have arrived and we are now offering: the best ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 29 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY a9 1892. 2 Pears Soap To keep the skin clean is to wash the excretions from it off; the skin takes care of itself inside if not blocked outside. To "wash it often and clean without doing any sort of violence to it re- quires a most gentle soap a soap with no free al- kali in it. Pears' is supposed to be the only soap in the world that has no alkali in it. All sorts of stores sell it especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' County Otricorai We are authorized to announce Mr. J. C Jnney as camllIto for tho office of t.ouiity Tat Collector subject to the action of tho Dcru- ccrqtii of ilcLcun.in comity. i 1 011 couirrr attohkey. We nrc auth rlzed to annojneo Capt. T. A Blnli n a lftudldate for coiuty attorney of Mo Lennan county subject to tho action of tho Demociatlc party. Mr S. A llognn authorlree ns to annouueo that ho Ian ondklato for county attorney of McLennan county tnbjict to the action of the Ben. ocratlc party. lor .Sheriff. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 29 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 29 1892. W.I1.WILIT.K8. MD W.O. WILKES MB Itesldcnco :Jtt) N 12 St. Besldcnco 11 k ORS WILKLS & WILKES Physioiansand Surgeons. 1100.MS IN PROVIDENT WJILDING. SUte at Old Corner Drng storo. Telcpnono nt ODlco and Residences. t W. HUNTER M. D. viiysioiax axj .Hvnaaoy H'aco - Taxn. Slate nt Old Cornor Drug Btoro. Ofllco hours nt rosldonco from 2 to 4 p in. No. 1408 South Eighth Btroot. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National bank. Eucikne Williams. Wir. W. Evans. Williams & Evans Ally's $ Counsellors at Law j'jiorjitJcxT ji uiLiuxa WACO TEXAS. Hartley & Burleson Ilnnlc Jolt mid Coniiiiercliil 206 South Tltlril Ctretl Itarllitclitll llomr A Trial Order Solicited. MANSION HOUSE Corner Sixth mid AVuhliiiigloii raits j.m. wicgiss puopiubtkk.ss J3"Gooil room and unexcelled table. Host ofrerroo 8l the most ron-onnblc rates Con- renlent to business center of tho city. lv T DENNIS & BRO. HwasBsaiffi ?ZZS$&J imffihrmm& tf.t-a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Waco Evening News — 29 February 1892

WACO DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 29 1892. s$0l Frash Voatablos Recolvai Dally Carrotts Uents Radishes Tomatoes Celory P.irs'ey Rutabagas Turnipy Yelbw Yam -Sweet PoUto? Spinach Must- ard Greene Turnip GrecSs Young Onions Cabbage and Mormon Irish PotP.tOP. Seud us your orders if you wish the best aud freshest of everything good to eat. Quality and prioo nuarantecd Your trade solicited Headquarters for everything good to eat W. K. FINKS & CO Must Have Money. UR CUSTOMERS ARE RESPECTFULLY NO TIFIED that we MUST HAVE MONEY before the first of March. This is imperative Wc regret the necessity of so urgent an ap- peal but we must have our mon- ey. Please give this matter imme- diate attention and call and settle at once. GABERT BROS. An Intelligent Dog. Mr. W. L. Caudle the popular Stewart at the Pacific is the owner of a very intelligent dog which he has taught to do many amus- ing tricks and to perform useful services. This dog is a daily vis- itor at The News office where he brings the cop...

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