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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY MAY 27 i892.
The Mum & Man Investment Co
-401 1-2 -uLstirL St.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N.gMcMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
J. W. MANN,
T. C. TIBBS, J. K. ROSE,
Vice-President. Sec. and Trcas.
WH0S2 I0E Ml qEFRIOEIfSTINB OOMPSIIiY,
ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOA L.
Wx. Oambhox, $ 'lco President!.
Tom Pabsitt. J
J. K, Ros, Caihlei.
A 1 Bnoisu, VAeslBtant
WACO, : : TEXAS
CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000.
THBEOIORB K. Rotan, ffm. Cameron. Tom Padgltt, J. ,K. Bote, W. V. Fort, W. M.
lellett, D. Ii. WalUco, W. R. Dnnnlcs, Wm. Brauitedt, M. A. Cooper
137-Aoconnts of Banks, Bankers, Merchants and others aro sollclte'l We possess unmrpamd
adlltlea formating oolleotlona.
Cnll on Winfroy & Hill for wagon
otto, for pionics, funerals otc. The
finest in the oity. Also first-olasB
singlo and doublo rigs. Tho best
attontion given to boardinc horses.
W. W. Seley, Pres. M. A. Sullivan, Cashier.
T. B Dockery, Ass't Cashier.
CAPITAL $135,000 SURPLUS $50,000
THE WACO STATE BANK
Cor. Fifth and Austin Ava., Waco, Tex as.
SSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE available in all parts of the world,
iMr. E. R. Stewart of Dallas, is in
Hon. B. H. Brice of Marlin, is at
Mr. H. Mayer of Galveston, is at
Mr. 0. (J. Woathorlow, of Lott, is
in tho oity.
Heniy L. Bardwell, Esq., of Now
York, is in tho city.
Mr. W A. Patrick of Marlin, is a
guest of the New McClelland.
Mr. H. R. Hillebrand of El Paso,
is a guest of the New McClelland.
Mr. E. Rotan left yesterday after
noon Jfor a business trip to St. Louis.
Messrs Geo. J. Dexter and S. P.
Mendez, two well known citizens of
Galveston, are in the city.
Mr. Guy M. Smith, Shinor, Lavaca
county, with his family, passed
through the oity yesterday en routo to
Mrs G II. Mcnsing and daughter
Miss Alice, of Galveston, aro visiting
Mesdamos J. B. Baker and G. G. Mc
Gregor of Waco.
Mr W.D. Laoy loft Wednesday
night for Winchester, Tenn , to re
turn with his daughter who is attend
ing sohool at that place.
Mr. J. S. McLendon loft Wednesday
night for HouBton. His family is
uow at Mineral Wells, where ho will
viBit thorn beforo his return.
Mr. E. L. Hunter, one of Battle's
noblest young men, has graduated
with highest honors, aftev four
months etudy, in Hill's Business Col-
logo ho was respected by his teaohers,
and loved by all the students.
Dr. J. D. Landrum left yesterday
afternoon for Mayfield, Kentucky, his
home after a protracted visit to Waco
in attendance upon h:s daughter, the
la:e Mrs. S. h Kirksey. Dr. Lan
drum's visit has been a sad one and
The Nbws in common with the entire
city extends sympathy to the bereaved
father as they do to the stricken hus
CONRAD! GONRAD I CONRAD!
A CARD TO THE PUBLip. - -
While it Is tracl have bea chosea "fttc President or the Ltf
aaa State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, Iati$
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Om
pRsy, so all proposals for sappHes, machinery, etc., as well as all otfw
bBsieeis cowmunicatious should be addressed to me here as licretoferu
LOCK BJt 1SS8 N8W ORLEANS LA.
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The paper for the Busi
ness man, the Mech
anic, the Artisan.
I have secured tbo services of Miss
Geitlo Davis or New York Cltr. la
dles' aitlstlo hair dresser. Bangs
cut and curled and balr dreseel in
the latest siyles. Children' hair
cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten
minutes with dryer. 11 air made to
order, wigs, hangs braids, etc.
MRS. B. J. DOSS,
400 AUSTIN ST.
WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
In fact, everything you need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish
CURTIS a ORAND
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
THE WflGO WEEKLY HEWS
AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER.
More Local News than was
Ever Printed in a Waco
Daily before and
When you see it in The
News youiknow it
What 1 Know About Hardware
Tho laws whioh regulate interest
are simular to thoso which regulate in
surance. Tho risk of loss determines
the rate. Some property can bo in
sured at 1 por cent, some at 2 1 2 per
cent', somo at 5 per oont. and some
property oannot be insured for less
than 10 por cent. Powder houses and
oil houses cannot bo insured at all.
Some citizens of Waoo oan borrow all
the money they want at 5 por cent.,
others have to pay lOperoent.; others
cannot borrow any money at any rato.
An aot to regulate tho rise and fall of
tho Mississippi river or the riso and
fall of tbo thermometor, would bo no
moro absurd than an aot to regulato
the rato of interest or insurance. Our
law makers in their great wisdom (?)
thought that a 10 per cent, usury law
would cause money lenders to run
after borrowers and beg them to take
their money at a low rate. If any bor
rower has boon overwhelmed with of
fers of cheap money, the fact has
novor been mado known. No one will
pay 15 por oent. for monoy unless it
will oost him moro not to borrow, but
under tho law, loans whoso risk is
worth more than 10 per cont. oannot
bo mado at all.
I loaned our visiting firemen a large
lot of knives and forks and tea spoons
for one meal. The knives and forks
I offor now at 50 cents a set. The
Bamo kind now aro oheap at 75 oents.
The spoons heavy triple tinned stcol,
I offer at 25 cents a sot, now ones
oost '10 oonts. 1 have just unloaded
a oar of roofing pitoh and tar paper
whioh is used for gravel roofs also to
koop moths out of woolons. Romem
ber that I am headquarters for Mason
fruit jars and hay baling ties.
I Corner Fourth and Mary Streets.
Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News.
Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until JANUARY 1, 1893
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
W,D MATFIELD, President. J.;D .'.BELL, Vice President. JOIINID. MAYFIELD, Cashier
The City Savipgs Bapk
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000.
No v offers 6jper cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable
O. W. D AVJD
The old Oraml JlutUlluy, A'orth of 1'lata,
The fin os t vohicles and horseu in th
oity. Call carriages for ladies a spo
cialty and when desired, ladies can I
have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to Jail orders and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
boarded on reasonable terms,,