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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY MAY 20 i892.
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The Eellum & Rotan Investment Co
-401 1-2 -A.-uLstirjL St.
OiJPI'TiVr l($S09000.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
Correspondence solicited.
J. W. MANN,
President.
ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL.
J&.S. B. lEChA-HST, - SiaperiaateELdeat
E. Botan, Preilitant
SVm. Cambhon, ' 'Ice rreeldonti
Tom Padbitt. )
Pirst fcTebtioa-aJL BeuanJs:,
WACO, J : TUXAS
CAPITAL, 1600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, f 85,000.
VIXBOTOJiaK. Rotan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Hadgltt. J. K. Bote, V, . V. rort, W. M.
Kellett. D. XL WalUce. W. It Dannies, Wm. Hieaitedt, M. A Cooper
ByAcoonnts of Banks, IHnkers, Morchanti nd otheri are sollolte'l Wo pt!e8 u ninrjim. U
edlltlPA formaklnK oollectlone.
W. W. Selev, Pres.
T. B Dockery,
CAPITAL $135,000
THE WACO STATE BANK
Cor. Fifth and Austin Ave., Waco, Toxa s .
TSSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE
Tte fei a m.
TSie paper for the Busi
ness mail, the Mech
anic the Artisan.
More Local News than was
Ever Printed in a Waco
Daily before and
When yon see it in The
If ews yon know it
Is So.
Re
and keep Posted
T. C. TIBBS, J. K. ROSE,
Vice-President. Sec. and Trcas.
.!. K, KoB. CathlM
A UBnonX, J-A88l8lnt
) Ceinler.
1M. A. Sullivan, Cashier.
Ass't Cashier.
SURPLUS $50,000
available in all parts of the world.
PERSONAL.
Mr. J. P. of West, is a guest of the
Pacific
Mr. John A. Kennedy of San An
tonio, is in the city.
Mr. P. E. Williams an attaoho of
tho Texas and Pnoifio is in tho city
today.
Dr. V. 0. Wilkes left this afternoon
for Kansas City on business, Will
return Tuesday.
Messrs. E J. Blevens, P. II. Mc
Elhorn and T. L Monahan of Dallas,
are quartered at the Royal.
Messrs. W. V. Miller and O V.
Wells of Gatesvilla, are registered at
the New McClelland.
Mr. Geo. Diohl returned yesterday
from quite an extended trip to Mis
souri. He made Sedalia his head
qur ers
Mr. W. J. Hill, of the firm of Win
frey & Hill, who has spent the last
three days in the city left today on
the noon train for his home at Ba
strop. Prof. John B. Lyell, for many years
an instructor ,in the Virginia Military
Institute but now of Galveston, is in
the city attending the meeting of the
Diocean Council Ho has many
former '.pupils who will be glad to see
him.
Mr. A. B. Weslow and wife left yes
terday for Birmingham, Ala., were
Mr. Weslow coes lor tho second suc
cessive time as delegate to the grand
convention 01 me u. u. uooge 01
Wsco Before their return to Waco
they will visit their old home in Geor
gia, besides other places of interest
in the south. The News wishes them
a pleasant trip and safe return.
Hair-Dressing.
I have secured tnn services of Mies
Geitlo PuYla of Now York CItj, la
dies' nitUtlo lifilr dresser. Bangs
cat anil curled and hair tlreete ) iu
the latest B'jles. Children' hair
cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten
minutes with dryer. Ilalr made to
order, wli;e, bangs braids, etc.
MRS. D.J. DOSS,
4004 AUSTIN ST.
What 1 Know About Hardware
and Trifles.
Tne falling of on applo in presence
of an observing mind led to the dis
covery of the laws of gravitation. A
spark fell accidentally into a mortar
where some articles were being mix
ed, the result was a horrified drug
gist and tho invention of gunpowder,
without which ignorance and barbar
ism would still rulo the world and
Indians and wild beusts could ho sub
diiGcl onlv with thn prnntust. riifiinnllLV.
if at all. A boiling tea kettle with
steam agitating the lid and oucapiDg
at the mouth led to the discovery of
steam powir with its inoalou'able
confequences- Tho point I wish to
make is that Beeiuincly small matters
may lead to niost unexpected resul's.
The sweopiog out of nails, tho wast
ing of a piece of twine or wrapping
paper are unimportant trifles, but the
principlo upon whioh they are baHed
may causo failure and ruin1 I have
now in stock 60 gross Mason's fruit
jars, SOO bundles haybaling ties, 50
tons barbed and smooth wire, 10 tons
staples, 1000 kegs cut nails, 500 kcg3
wire nails,(the latter I rotail at 5c a
lb,) 300 bundles sheet iron, 10,000
feet oak, ash and hickory lumber, 200
oases lamp chimtioys and a full line
of all other kinds of hardware, at bot
tom prices. Yours for hardware.
Ed. Strauss,
Corner Fourth and Mary Streets.
To Slay or to bo Slain. Which1
To attack the dragon of disease and
aunimlato him before his deadly tal
ons grow, or to allow him to attain
dangerous maturity and destroy us
that is tho question of paramount im
portance to nil allhcted with organic
ailments. Among thoso, disorders of
tho kidneys and bladder aro of the
tatal order u unrestrained at tho out
set. Their growth is rapid, their
culmination death. Brigbt's disease,
ordinarily nephritis, diabetes, oatarrh
of the bladder, gravel, suppression of
tho sccrotion, cannot bo tamporod
with or disregarded safely. Hostot
ter's Stomach Bitters is a suporb de
purativo tonio,'giving tho due impulse,
without excitation to tho renal organs,
besides strengthening and regulating
them in common with tho rest of the
system. It infuses, too, vigor and
regularity into tho stomach, bowols
and liver, successfully counteracts
malaria and rheumatism, and is a pie
eminently fine tonio for tho aged, the
enfeebled and the convalescent.
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Go to Joe Lehman's for a good
meal any time night or day.
CONRAD! CONRAD! CONRAD!
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
While ft Is true I have been chosen The President of the Iaaii$
ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, I at
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co,
paiiy, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all othec
busiaess communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore
PAUL CONRAD,
LCK BX ISSS NBW QHLEAN3 LA.
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WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
In fact, everything you need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish
ment of
KCURTIS & ORAND,)o
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
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AN 8-PACE, 48 -
Contains All the Latest Political,
Will be Sent to any Address
Address,
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
WACO, TEXAS.
REV. 8. A. KING.
He Is Elected Moderator of the Pres
byterian General Assombly.
The Southern Presbyterian General
Assembly now in session at Hot
Springs, Ark , elected Rev. Dr. S. A;
King moderator yesterday, and,, the
distinguished Waco minister is pre
siding over the meeting. This is an
honor well deserved and will he ap
preciated by the entire city of Waco,
which holds Dr. King in high esteem.
Tiik News extends congratulations to
Dr. King ond his many friends in this
city and elsewhere.
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Recollect
Until further notice, wo will give a
present with every 50 oents worth
you buy, you select tho present your
self. This enables you to get some
thing you want, saving you the
trouble of keeping track of tickets for
a stated amouut perhaps lor an
article you don't want. The trade wo
havo established in the past eight
years is sufficient guaranteo that our
dealings nro correct, and our goods
must bo low. We always give what
we advertise, oven if wo looso. Every
house can't say this. We deliver goods
to any part of Waco. Seo our cheap
tinware, glassware, crockcrywaro and
fancy goods. Out this out.
CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE,
703 Austin Avo.
When you want nico fresh meat
mutton, beof pork and purer lard at 10
oonts por pound, go to
Mellor & Delaney
125 South Third street.
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L NEWS!
COLUMN PAPER.
Telegraphic and Local News.
from Now Until JANUARY I, 1893
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TO
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AND ALL POINTS BKTOND.
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