Texas Industrial Review, Volume 01, Number 03, October, 1895 Page: 68

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THE TEXAS INDUSTRIAL REVIEW.

FIRST - NATIONAL S BANK

Austin, Texas.
Charter Renewed for Twenty Years, June, 1893

JAS. R. JOHNSON. J. S. I
PRESIDENT.
R. J. BRACKENRIDGE, H. PF
CASHIER.
DI RECTORSS

MYRICK,
VICE-PRESIDENT.
*-AEFFLIN,
ASS'T CASHIER.
, MYRICK.
. BRACKENRIDGE.

JAS. R. JOHNSON.
It. PFAEFFLIN.

J 1HIS journal is printed by the firm of Ben. ('. Jones & Co.. of Austin, Texas. As a sample of the class of work of which
C l they are capable it should recommend them to the State at large. It is well understood that the work of overlaying
.J half-tone cuts so as to produce perfect pictures can only be done by artists in that line. The cuts are all made in the city of
Austin by Mr. S. B. Hill, photographer and engraver, and better work cannot be produced anywhere. When artistic
printing and illustrations are needed for catalogues, prospectuses. souvenirs and other first class work, do not send your money

away to Chicago, St. Louis, etc.. keep it at home.

Your work will be done better, cheaper and quicker.-[iED.]

EL1GIN
RED PRESSED BRICK
WE MANUFACTURE
Pressed Front and Ornamental Brick
OF -: RICH - RED - COLOR.
Of Uniform Shading and Superior Quality.
If you contemplate building, write for samples
and quotations. We can save you money and(
give you wares, made in Texas, equal in every
respect to the Northern made article.
WE SUPPLIED THE BRICK
for the
A tt-ntt Ntmti()ntln i1 l
Ad111 -.-as shown by cut on this page.
The Elgi Pressed Bria C o.
MANUFACTURERS .OF STTPEIIOR
Red Pressed, Ornamental and Common Brick,

11::i1= - 'Fi11iX1A-.

AUSTIN
NATIONAL
BANK
AUSTIN, TEXAS.

Capital,
Surplus,

- - $150,ooo
- - $45,ooo

E. P. WIL1lOT, President.
WALTER TIPS, ist V. Prest.
HENRY HIRSHFELD, 2d V. Prest.
H. P. HILLIARD, Cashier.
W. L. GILFILLAN, Ass't. Cashier.
Do a General Banking Business.
Liberal Advances on Cotton
Held in Store.

The Accounts of Farmers and
Merchants Solicited.

68

J. S.
It. J
P. .. LAWLESS.

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Newning, Charles A. Texas Industrial Review, Volume 01, Number 03, October, 1895, book, October 1895; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth39133/m1/20/ocr/: accessed June 14, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Austin History Center, Austin Public Library.

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