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title: 'The Waco evening news. (Waco, Tex.) 1891-1894, April 05, 1892, Page 8, Image 8',
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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 5 i892-
BOAlin Tro liost weekly board In tho
city at four dollars per weok, Mnd day
board at throo Unit lo furnish a room for n
fpiitloman anil wl'n Mrs Nettle Hough MM
'ranklln, Corner of Klglitli, )." f.t
FIRST AND ONLY ONE IN WAGO.
WE invite everybody in Waco to take a ride in our
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR. It is now making a
trip every Five Seconds. Absolutely safe and sure.
Got nninu a iiinn
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Comer Austin and Sixth Streets.
Special Curtain Sale,,
Special Prices this week on CURTAINS AND POR
TIERES. A saving to buyers of nearly 25 per cent. Be
sure and buy 3'our curtains this week.
We offer 100 rolls 25c. Matting at I7 i-2c. a yd.
" " 50 rolls 35c. Matting at 23 cents a yd
" " 50 rolls 50c. Matting at 33 cents a yd.
" " Best Matting made at 49 cents a yd.
4 ALL TABLE OIL CLOTHS 4 ClSi
entS WORTH 35 CENTS, ATAyar((
REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT.
Money to Loan on Frm, Ranches, and all Kindt of City Property, at Low Ratal of Interest
and in Amouata to Suit.
OFFICE: Room No. 10, Providont Building, First Floor.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $100,001
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,ooc
J. 8. MoLENDON. President.
W. D. LACY,
O. H. HIGUINSON,
J. T. DA.VI8, Vloe-prealdent.
J. K. PAHKR,
TB.OB. P. ABKEL.
I B. BLAGS, Otthltl
Accounts of bantci. bunker, merchant-), farmara . meohanloi sad other classes solloltud . Vi
parasmuoh attention to toal uoooanta aa large ones. We givo personal and ipeolal attentloi
to onr collection department, and roTilt on day or payment. Bxohange bought and (Old 01
all the principal point of the United States and Europe.
The Kellum & Rotan InYes tment Go.
-Ol 1-2 .-u-stln. St.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
K. Botan, President
A'u. Cambuon, . Ice Preeldeoti.
Tom Padoitt. )
J. K, Eo8, Caihlot.
A .1-Hi'oyvN, V Assistant
WACO, ; : TEXAS
CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000.
naiBOTUlta-K. Kotan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Padgltt, J. ;K. Itoee, W.iV. Tort, W. M.
Cellett,D. It. WalUce, W. K. Dannies, Wm. llrenitedt, M. A.COuoper.
fSfAcoounts of Banks, Bankors, Morohanta nndothere aro oollolte'l Wopoegess uurpaaima
adUtles foe making oollootlone.
J. VV. MANN,
T. C. TI13BS,
J. K. ROSE,
Sec. and Trcas.
W0GQ 3GE fflID FPJOEp'fa&O EOKIPIINY,
ICE, COLD STORAGE AND COAL.
Gen. Felix Robertson is in Dallas
Capt. J. E. Klgin of Rockport, is
in the city.
Miss Bessie Killingsworth is visit
ing friends in Austin.
Rev F. T. Mitchell left today for
New Orleans via Dallas.
Mr. Soth Walker 5b visiting tho
family of Mr. J. 0. Stephenson.
Prof. J. H. Hurwood of The News
staff is on a pleasunt trip to Dallas.
Miss P. V. McCandless and F. II
Jones of Dallas, are at the Pacific.
Mrs. 0. W. Hurwood Tub News
regrets to learn is very dangorously
Mr. R. M. Carter of the Cotton
Belt, is again at his old headquarters
at the Pacific.
Mr. W. C. Watson is quito sick
again. His many friends hope to soon
see him out again.
Mr. W. H. Winficld, general pas
senger agent of the Cotton Bolt, ar
rived in this city this morning.
Mr. M. Hatoh, of Dallas, is in tho
city in tho interest of the Anheuser
Bush Brewing association for which
ho is agent.
Mr. A. C. Ellis, general agent of
the passenger department of the Kan
sas City. Fort Scott and Memphis
railway, is in the city.
Capt. Jaok Elgin, a prominent real
estate ma-, of Rockport, is in the city.
Ho will remain only a day or two. His
many friends in this city always givo
Capt. Jack a hearty welcome
Mr C. W. DeZouohe is visiting his
father, Mr. 0. C. DeZouche. Mr.
DeZouche, Jr., is the traveling repre
sentative ot the music house of C. H.
Edwards, of Dallas.
Mr. Eugene Kelner received a tele
gram from LaCirange, Toxas, this
morning stilting that his father was
dangerously ill at that place. Mr.
Kelner loft this afternoon for La
Miss Sara Ilartman, sno of the pub
lishers of tho "Gulf Messenger," is
visiting Waco in the interest of her
magazine, and would bo glad to meel
any one interested in tho development
of literary talont in the South, throuif n
the medium of a Southern magazine.
Do make a change in your
head gear. Get a nobby hat
from tha reliable house of
400j AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Hardware and
Of all the great republics of Europe
nono havo survived hut Little Switzer
land, which is always in danger of be
ing "swallowed" by ono of her power
ful neighbors, and Franoo whioh is
still in the experimental stage.
Mexico, Central and South Afrioa
havo yet t show to tho world that
they are oapablo of self-government.
They arc as unstablo and turbulent
politically as thoy aro subject to vol
canic eruptions and earthquakes sub
terraneously. Nono ot them would bo
nblo to repcll an attack by a first-olass
European power. Tho United States
is tho only successful republic of mod
ern times who is capablo to ropell anv
attack from neighbors or abroad, but
her danger is inherent. It is universal
suffrage. In tho very naturo of things,
the ignorant and viciouB cannot rule
over" tho intelligent; and virtuous.
Every nttempt of an ignorant majdrity
to rule over an intelligent minority
will result in anarohy and rovoultion.
Tho greatest problem for statesmen to
solve is how to purify tho ballot, how
to olliminate force, fraud and bribery;
for if tho offspring of forco and fraud
are to rule this country, tho days of
this republic are numbered. Do you
intend to camp out thiB summer ? I
can furnish you tents of all these sizes:
fix7, 7x7, 7x9, 8x10, 10x12, 10x14,
i2xi4, 12xlG, 14x10, 14x18, and
10x18 in 9 oz, 10 oz and 12 oz duok.
If you do not want a now tent I will
sell you a second-hand one at a re
duced price, or rent you one by tho
day or week.
Yours for hardware
Fourth and Mary Streets.
h 1 ,mniBri fMfciiiiiaTii 1 1
I CLABRETTE SQAPi .
Ttjercs barjks of violets, Banks of njoasy
tqa oajjns were rrjirjers grope
And baJ?ks iljafc ndle golden coin,
BulFAIRBANK makesTHE BEST SOAP.
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a ! f KsgH8i? s. 3-
1-5 rrt L?N"ll1HiWillfer XJ 2 fe
WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD
In fact, every tiling you need for your house
Ccin be found at the Mammoth Establish
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
8 a 0RAND.X
THEY MUST GO.
Pianos, Organs and Other Musical
Goods at Big Discounts and
on Your own Terms.
There never was atimo so favorable
for buying as low. Tho period of
stagnation just closing has all along
been in favor of tho buyers. In tho
matter of pianos and organs anyono
desiring to purohase either have such
a cbanco now as will not occur again
mayba for five years. J. B. Payne haB
an immense stook of fino instruments,
pianos, organs and small musical goods
and ho will put them at suoh prioes
and on such terms that tho closest
man who wants an instrument will bo
obliged to buy. If you want a fino
piano or organ he will soil you one on
your own terms. Musicians organiz
ing brass bands can get a complete
outfit very law. PayDe means busi
ness when he says he is bound to sell.
Thero are tailors and tailors, somo
aro good, somo indifferent and somo
baJ, but Lack & Greonberg in their
now place, 414 Austin street must
be olasBcd among tho good ones.
Thoy aro first class skillful cutters,
fino workmon and careful and pains
taking in their work. They make
perfect fits and do tho very finest
work to bo had. Although 'but ic
oontly started, work is flowing in on
them from people who know tho ex.
cellont fits they givo and the work
they do. They carry a fino lino of
stylish goods and samples and qan
Hot up nobby suits in short order.
Givo them a call aud order and you
are sure to be well dressed and well
Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup.
This remedy is a suro ouro for all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
caused by taking cold. It will stop a
oough in ono night, no matter how
It is just what its namo implies; an
onion syrup, compounded in such
manner as to do away with tho un
pleasant tasto and odor of the vogita
blo. When in need of a cure for a cough
or cold, try it. Pnoo 50 conts. Sold
by W. B. Morrison & Co.
Cotton Belt Routl
C I AllnCnnL.t.A.4.uu T mm a
yju, i-uuKJcuumwtssiwrii ny.JB
St. Louis, Cairo, itapliii
AND ALL POINTS BKTOND.
ffr.ee Reclining: Chair Caro
and Pullman Buffo t Sleeperfl
Two Daily Trains T
AJTD ALL POINTS BBTOIfD.
flPlin llnl-sr T.I via
"J jmmj am.maj daltrerliic put
ger to cenneoUDf reads atHBM PHU wl)i
oat long and diaiffroMbU omnfbu txvi
"r mtom tba alt;.
Tiie Only Line uo.,....:
The Only Line wtuttruhcJ
vie between MBUPITIB aarl polnti In CJfl
The Shortest Rout
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
All Traaa Ltneakarattiraith tie t on ' S
Tha Cotton Belt
Bat, mapatUaa table and ill Informix
trill t ohaarfaUr fnrnUhod en .vpH"tj0"
taj agBt Of th company, or
n.m.OAMTJSB. w. II h (AJflJCLS.
tVy'UMtVmU' St'Ut'lW Ag't. UKj
To Dallas Retur
Account He-union ox-Confeder
Vetorans. Tickots on sale April J
and 5th. Good for return until A
13th. J. E. SMITH.
Ticket Agent M. K & T. I
?. Wear better $J
fc Shoo 414 Austin