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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 3 i892. 8 lie Kelluui & Rotan Investment Co. -Ol 1-2 -Au-uLstin. St )APITAI l(ilS09000. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULL-EN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms. ji'rrespondcnce solicited. JW. MANN, President. T. C. TIliBS, Vice-President. J K. ROSE, Sec. and Treas. ,VE5 v s n niMHiicni snr nasn 3fflfik7Eiff.irBHr3 mRHHIIMV BIHUU lUfc KHIU v&.rniukijinaiiiui m" 9 ICE, COLD STORACE ANDCOAL. .S. E. ZEGKA-Iisr, - S-u.perT.rrte:n.ae:n.t CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. AID IN CAPITAL $ioo,oo JTJRPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,oor TDIIRIHaTO-KfcS. B. MoLttKDON President. .'H.HIGQlkSON. J T. DAVIS, Vioe -president J. K PARK"K, THOS. P. ABKEL. L H BLACK. CllMo CAUPIXLD, . ... wnw. mnhAf firrrtara TTIi.AhAnlr.ll &nj Olhtit OlftASOS SOlloltGd r m iSh"tVn to Jiir aSciSt. w law one... We rIt. pergonal and peoUl sttentlo. I.',T. .A)l,il,n .l.m.Tlni.nt.in.l rniillnn ilV of oivmenl. Eii-n me ooui;ui nnu uiu u. tJ the prlnolpnl polnwof tho United StiiteH and Knrope. . Botak, President V. Cambiion, Mc President! I Tom Padoitt. J K, Bosa, C'ublf. A L BpohN, V Assistant ) C&sblor. First kTatloaa-Sbl BaanJs:, WACO, TEXAS CAPITAL, I50C.000. BURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000. I nilMOTORSK. Hotan, Wm. Cumeron, Tom Padgltt, J. K. Hose, W. V. Tort, W. M. ICellett, D R Wallace, W R Dannies, Win. Breuilodt, M. A loopor, 3T Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Mercnnnt and others sre solicited We possess nniurpais d ladlltlrw for making flolloetlons THE WAGQ WEEKLY HEWS! AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER. o Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News. Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until JANUARY 1, 1S93 FOR 50 CENTS. Address, NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY, WACO, TEXAS. TWE Lfi rf . . - iWO. UOO iHTiiMii ""COPIES - - - 19 YEAR OLD WHY DON'T YOU JOIN THE PROCESSION AND WRITE FOR LARGEST AND BEST ILLUSTRATED FAMILY WEEKLY Story Paper in the: united states ONLY $2.00 PER YEAR All other Story Papers S3 00 per Year fcTt THE CHICAGO LEDGER, W. D. BOYCE, Publisher, CHICAGO, ILL. If your Newsdealer or Newsboy does not handle the Ledger, ask, him to write to us, and we will send them to him on sale. Speak to your Newsdealer about it. tw a " mtm 2.2 5.000 COPIES WEEKLY THE SATURDAY BLADE HAS THE LARGEST PROVED PAID CIRCU LATION OF ANY WEEKLY NCWSPAPER IN THE U. S. IT IS SOLD BY NEWS BOYS IN OVER 10.000 CITIES AND TOWNS. 5 CENTS A COPY. OR $2.00 PER YEAR. IT IS THE ONLY ILLUSTRATED 5 CENT NEWSPAPER PRINTED. ANY PERSON GETTING US A BOY TO SELL OUR PAPERS IN A TOWN WHERE WE ARE NOT NOW SELLING, WILL GET THE BLADE FREE. WRITE FOR SAMPLES, ETC., AND ADDRESS, I3n.taxrcla,y jESXacxo, OJbLioci&o. XXI. PERSON L. is in Slier- Rev. L. T. Richie is quite ill. Mr. L. C. Wall of Fort Worth, h in the city. Mr. W. U Adann of Nashvillo is in the city . Mr. Dan S Chessler of Georgntown, is registered at the Pacilio. Mopsrs. W. A. Patrick and George A. King of Marlin are at tho ltoyal. Deputy County Oleik Gabert visiting friends and relatives man. Mauaging Editor Frank Uorctnus, of the Dallas News, was in the city yesterday. Miss Luoy 15oone of Carthage, Mo., is visiting Mrs W. H. Roberts, at 300 North Fifth street. Mossrs. Doll Hatoh and H. J. Hud son of Lorena were guests of the Now McClcllan yesterday. General Paesonger Agent R. W. Andrews of tho San Antonio and Aransa9 Pass railway was in tho city this morning. Mr C. 15. Epes, business manager of the Tyler Record, came over to Waco yesterday nnd went down to Cameron this morning. Tho Record says "Turn Texas Loose." Cards arc out for an "At Home" Thursday evening, May 5th, at Mrs. Win. Cameron's, assisted by her two daughters, Mrs. F. A. McDonald and Mrs R. H. Downman, both of Fort Worth. Hotel Arrivals. At the pacific. II M Civatt, Troy, W W Lamiore Jr., Rookdale, J H Elliot, Aransas Pass; C Van Seutter, Corsicana; Col S Johnson, Perr) , N Fronkel, Dallas: A L Dcgig noo, Chioago; Win S Hall, Sheffield, Ala, J B Waterman, Fort "Worth; Mrs Dr E L Thompson, Dallas; W S Manning, Albany, N Y, V V Holly, Cincinnati , T J Brophy, New York; J Lawlor, New York; Jno C Cowan, Dallas; Benton V Wetmoro, Boston; H K Brower, Home; N Levernon, Whitney; R B Lowis, Marlin; 0 M Rodgers, Austin; W B Goodie, Hous ton; Phil Franklin, World's Fair; O H Williams, New York, T M Walker, R M Bennett, Gonzales; J R Davis, on the road; W M Colgin, Weatherf'ord; C A Ginnochio, Mar- shall; G C Curtise, Stockton Missis sippi; M H Wholey, Columbus, Mo., G H Ludd, Dallas; L W Cherry, Little Rook, Col Chas Richards, Kan sas City; R D Speed, R R Snuff; Emery Lovejoy, Louisville; W J Raming, Dallas, Frank Leoh, Galves ton; John Bacon, Denton, R M Boylep, Lynchburg; J W Black, Mexia, J D Beunohanc, Ennis, Dennis W Saunders. .1 M Willis. Dal las; M W Kemp, E B Smith, Mexia; Geo Worley, Cotton Belt. W W Al pemer, Dallas; Mrs Dr Thomas left for Dallas; F Doremus, Dallas; W M Leveny, E TI Hatch, Dallas; E K Hunter, St Joe, Mo; J M Gambdl, Osage Mills, St Louis; C A Anderson, Austin; Dan S Chessler, Georgetown MiS?1riL W IF So true, flree little kittens, soiled tfeir Bittteris, 6jd dit kow7 vty&t to do; 'fillkvise old friend. J J0 Jj.d. reconed " LAIRETTE fr j. Soap WHese little kitte washed tyeir qittens WiisSOAPofainberbue, Quick! istjed eCi steJ Aldfteirroitten5ft9aiD were as brig) djd soft as r$vf. CLAIRETTE Soap-Made onlv by N.K.Fairbank& Co. St. Louis. fit "YtJilj ill, (I AA r : 8BS oftO H CO 0 O 02 s O 00 pa 0 m in " td t Ol f3 i W 1 a 00 r 00 w WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD. In fact, everything you need for your house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of KCURTIS & ORAND. Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. Hair-Dressing. 1 hare secured the services of Ml?s Gei tie Diivls of New York Cit) , la dles' uitlitio balr (lressor. Dnugs cat and curled and balr dresee I 1 1 tbe latest BHlea Chlldren'p b.lr cut, shampooing, balr dried In ten mlDntes with dryer Hair made to order, wigs, bangs, braids, etc. MRS. B. J. DOSS, 400 y2 AUSTIN ST. M What 1 Know About Hardware and the Weather. There is considerable uneasiness about rain. I am inclined to tho opiu ion that we will havo plenty rain in May. The enormous masses of water that passed over us in tho chape of gulf clouds and invisible vapor last month, and caused washouts and oveiflows north and east of us, will como back this month in the shape of storms with now and then a cyclone or hail. I do not sell at or below cost un lets it be an article that is no good or that I am anxious to close out. The hoad ot this Arm does not open up aud sweep out in order to save clerkhire In apito of other disadvantages such as rent, clerkhire, taxes, insuranoo, etc., I manage to keep a first-class hard ware store. 1 do not ship fish hooks and razors in car lots, but I do ship more staple goods in cailoads than any othor hardware firm has over at tempted in this market. Tho recent depression in Eastern markots and ouc rates of freight enable me to soil nails, wire, fruit jars, bulintr ties, iron and other staples lower than thoy havoj ever oeen som nero, ana yet mako a fair profit. Yours for hardware. Ed. Strauss, Fourth and Mary Streets. JH10I CONVENTION At Atlanta, Ga,, May Otl to 15 tl. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway will sell round trip tickets to Atlanta, Ga., at the rate of one fare for the round trip, tickets on sale May 2nd to 5th inclusive, good for return until June 4. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas offers you choice of three routes, either via New Orleans, Shreveport or Memphis. Special reclining chair car seats free, and Pullman palace sleepers will leave Dallas at 8:10 p. m May 3rd and run through to Atlanta without change via the Texas and Pacific railway to Texarkana; St. Louis, Iron Moun tain and Southern to Memphis; Kansas City, Memphis and Birm inrrlinm IT PirminrrVinoi i.i.l ' Georgia Pacific to destination, arriving at Atlanta at 12:15 (noon) May 5th. To connect with this train you should leave Waco at 3:20 p. m., May 3rd via the M. K. & T. This is the only line that will give you an opportunity of seeing the new bridge across the Mississippi river at Memphis. For further particulars call on or address -THE- Cotton Belt Route (St. LouisSouihwestern Ry.) to. St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. J. II SITU No. 1 24 South Fourth St., Waco, Texas. Farms and ranches in all parts of tho state for sale by Kellum & Lawsnn. Mm w - , - w Vrett Reclining: Chair Car and Pullman Ballot Sleopors. Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS AKS ALL POINTS flUYOim. The Only Lino .ltTWrfl. twm net to conMcUnf read atUBUTHIS with out a los l&4 dlf NPYMbl omnttraj trM TMiaU)s ttty. T e Only Line w,,ht0ro15nP. e owmi-tIoi bitwrti PORT WOKTII tat S EStPHlS. The Only Lina lUtMbUM. tic betwafB HHWPIT18 1 points In QWO TRAL THIiS. The Shortest Route TO ALL POINTS IN THE o-u.tDa-eQ.st. in Tnu Lines lUTtthronthUoVet son rt)t K The Cotton Belt Routei i!tn, mapaJtisM able and M icfonustlew HI! 1 1 ehMtfidty fmrmUhtJ on nillcsdoa 3 rT kgfint of ttacrcajaiiy, or H.&.OJLBTXJl, W.tl. ntjrlJJI& Pi. werta. Cos. la las. t1l tsbv Don't be Deceived. I am still holding -.down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents caoh . Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low priceB on everything. Uall ana soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grooer. leading real estate Fourth street, dealers, 113 south iti anii r- . Dwyro Aclirooks, tno nouse mov ers. Office 920 South Sixth street Drop in your orders.