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THE WACO NEWS, WEDNESDAY MAY 4 i892.
8
Great Sale;
DOUlaEBE HEIGHTS LOTS!
Wednesday, May II,
S:30 O'CLOCK IP. 3VT.
So great is the anxiety of the College Trustees to open
school in the new building, next September, that they will offer only
a limited number of their lots as above. You can get them cheaper
now than ever hereafter. All are invited to attend. Terms easy
No cash piymcnt required. F. T. M1TCIIKLL,
Local Agent.
The Kellum & Rotan Investment Go.
4:01 1-2 uULStlrL St
OAFI'TI K$S09000.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLKN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
Correspondence solicited.
J. W MANN, T. C. TIBHS, J. K. ROSE
President. Vice-President. Sec. and Tresis.
whgq soe um refrigerhthic company,
ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL.
j-a.s. b. Eo--nsr, - s-0.perT.33.te3aca.e11t
E BOTAK, Preddect
ttx. Caubdon, 'Ice Presidents
Ton Padoitt. '
J. K, Rosa, Ctblr
A I. lli'ow.s, Assistant
) CasMur.
3Tirst fcTeutioxLeLL BsleiJs:,
waco. : : tijvas
OAPITAL, f 50C ,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, J 85,000.
niUKOTimsK Kotan, Wm Cnmoron. Tom Padgltt. J. K. Rom, w. V. Tort, W. M.
"tellett, D U. WalUce. W. U Dunnlca, Wm. Uren1edt, M. J M-upet
t"Aoooan:8 of Bants, Binkars. Merchant sndotheri aro eollolte't Wc possei untnrrM d
ocintloo foTmalna oollontlont
the wm
IliY HEW1!
AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER.
Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News.
Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until January i, 1S93
I'm SO OE81T8.
Address,
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
WACO, TEXAS.
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JOIN
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PROCESSION AND
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AMPLE
THE CHICAGO LEDGER,
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CHICAGO, ILL.
If your Newsdealer or Newsboy
does not handle the Ledger, ask ,
him to wrlto to us, and wo will send them to
him on sale. Speak to your Newsdealer about It,
TWE
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ILLUSTRATED FAMILY WEEKLY
rroRY mper
IN THE UNITED STATES
ONLY $2.00 PER YEAR
All other Story Papers $3 00 per Year
PERSONA L.
ZZ3
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COPIES WEEKLY
THE SATURDAY BLADE HAS THE LARGEST PROVED PAID CIRCU
LATION OF ANY WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 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 6 CENT NEWSPAPER PRINTEO. ANY PERSON GETr.NQ US
A BOY 10 SELL OUR PAPERS IN A TOWN WHERE WE ARE NOT NOW SELLING,
WILL GET THE BLADE FREE. WRITE FOR SAMPLES, ETC., AND AODRESS,
saevtoarcatxy jjinao, - unioa&o, XXI.
Mr S. N Pickens, of Corsicaua, is
in the city.
Mr. J. 10. Branch, of liuntsvillo, h
ut tho Pacific.
Mr .1 II. Mutldox of Fort Worth
is at the New MoClellaud.
dipt. Don Malvon of Austin is cir
culating among his friends hero today.
Mr. 0. K. Meisoor and wife, of St.
Louis, havo nppartmonts At tho Ilotol
Royal.
Mr E I', lioylo, traveling rcpro
sentntivo of tho Dallas Gilveston
News, is registered at the .New Mo
Clelland.
Mr. Ed Hunter, of St. Joseiih, Mo.,
ia'iu the city anil is niuoh pleased
with Waco. Ho is propriotor of the
Pacific hotel in St Joseph.
Messrs. John A. Kennody, H. A.
DeWitt, J. Ilamer and P. M. Rains,
of tho San Antonio and Aransas Pass
road, wero at the Royal yesterday.
Mr. Oom F. Haiford, forinerally
agent of tho Wells, Fargo & Co., Ex
press company in Waco, is on u visit
to friends in iho city. Ho has been
agent at Galveston since loaring here
Mr. G. W. Thompson, Deputy
Grand Exalted llulur of tho Elks, was
in tho city this week with the Katio
Emmet company. Mr. Thompson was
one of the organizers of the order and
was Esaltod Ruler for throe con
secutive terms of tho Now York lodge.
tiis home now is Brooklyn,
Hair-Dressing.
I havo secured tba seniles or Mies
Goitlo DiiTls of New York Clt, la
dles' nrtUtlc bulr dresser, nnngs
cut anil curled and lialr drcseel la
the 1 stent stles Children' b hair
cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten
niluntee lth drer Hair made to
order, wlge, bangs braids, etc.
MRS. B. J. DOSS,
400 AUSTIN ST.
MM ! OONRAO ! OOMRAO i
A CAKD TO THE PUBLIC.
Whi!n it Is true I have been chosen the President or the Lonfa
ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, 1st
retain tlic Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co.'
pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery etc., as well as all other
business communications should Le addressed to me here as hcrctofora
PAUL CONRAD,
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WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Iu fact, everything you need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish
ment of
What I Know About Hardware
and tho Weather.
There is considerable uneasiness
about rain. I am inclined to tho opin
ion that we will havo plenty rain in
May. The enormous masses of water
that passed over us in tho Bhapo of
gulf clouds and invisible vapor last
month, and caused washouts and
overflows north and east of us, will
come back this month in tho 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
head of this firm does not open up and
sweep out in order to save clerkhire.
In spite of other disadvantages suoh
as rent, elerkhire, taxes, inburance, eto.,
I manage to keep a first-class hard
ware store. I do not ship fish hooks
and razors in iar lots, but 1 do ship
more staple goods in cailoads than
any other hardware firm has ever at
tempted in thiB market. Tho rccett
depression in Eastorn markots and
cue rates of freight enable me to sell
nails, wire, fruit jars, baling ties, iron
and other staples lower than they have
ever been sold hero, and yet make a
fair profit. Yours for hardware.
Ed. Strauss,
Fourth and Mary Streets.
The Pulpet and the Stage.
Itov. F, M. Strout, pastor United
Brethren ohuroh, Blue Mound, Kan..
sajs "I feel it my duty to tell what
wouders Dr. King's New Discovery
has done lor mo. My lungs were
badly diseased, and my parishioners
t nought I could live only a few weeks
I took fivo bottles of Dr King's New
Discovery and am sound and well,
gamiug 2(5 lbs. in weight "
Arthur Love, Manager Love's
Funny Folks Combination, writes:
"After a thorough trial and convino
mg evidence, I am oonfident Dr, King's
New Discovery for Consumption, beats
'em all, and cures when everything
else fails. Tho greatest kindness I
can do my many thousand friends is to
urge them to try it.' Freo trial bot
tie at W. B. Morrison ic Co 's drug
store.
XCURTI
RAND
9
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
!li!lll!)i!
-THE-
Mascott Saloon.
317 Franklin. Fmo Winps and
Liquors. A place to enjoy tho luxu
ries of oje of tho finest baloons in tho
city. Come one, oomo all. where the
fiucst whiskies will bo Borved.
J. W. FociAUTY, Proprietor.
Straight dinner from 12 to 2 and
anything you want at any hour at Joe
Lehman's.
Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Full
set of upper or lower teeth, 512.50.
CONVENTION
At Atlanta, Ga,, May
OtlTL tO lOtll.
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 IJirm
ingham to Birmingham, and
Georgia Pacific to destination,
arriving at Atlantaat 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
Cotton Belt Routs
(St.LouisSouthwestLrn y.)
TO-
t. Louis, Cairo, IViempiiis
AHOALL POXHT8 UKYONU.
Tree Roollnlng Chair Cam
and Pullman Bnffot Sleoporc.
Two Daily Trains To
MEMPHIS
AJTD JXX. POINTS 2L.Y0HB.
J. K. SMITH,
No. 124 South Fourth St., Waco,
Texas.
The Only Line Mtwac ?EMM.
Iter to ocnatetlof tcmU atMBMFHM wltt
ont loaff tn& dlgTwble oxanltmi tnc
orMrMiUtoettj.
3? 3 Only Line ...
1 k AMtMtrlo bttirpra ITOET WOBTU ta4
KZUFHI8.
The Only Line nnbthtAew.-.
lc btftwoen HnUPmS 4 points In OW
TRAI.TBXAA.
The Shortest Route
TO AJiL POINTS IT? THK
The Cotton Gelt i
KatM, mpi tint table amt b i nrormstlM
irtllb chuwrfftUy fBrnUhKl 01 U(iuictlnn I
vpy agent of tfeaooBpanr, or
It. M. CJLRTMM. ff. 11. ,rl KUk
!S"r'UM! Atfu I O'l Fau ur't. Ua
pi T TY1 O and ranoheB in a11
a a jj.ib pans of tho statc
for sale by Kellum & Lawson, tho
leadiDg real estate dealers, 113 bouth
Fourth street,
Dwyor &Brooks, tuo nouse mov
ers. OfTjce 920 South Sixth street
Drop in your orders.
Joe Lehman is tho most popular ros
taurant man in Texas. His plao
117 South Fourth streot.
Notice.
Tho city of Waco has about twootv
thousand dollars ($20,000) bolongmg
to the sinking funds for payment of
Waco bonds at maturity to loan for s
form rtf (trtn Trnnva n C rt nant intr
est. Tho charter requires that this
money bo invested in good interest
taring f-ecuritios. Application should
bo addressed to the mayor and finance
in... m!tAt nn.l Inft .nifti tlir. nifTT B9.C'
retary C. 0. McCullooh,
Mayor
rirm'r ho Tloorxivnd.
I am still holdinp down Standard
Granulated Sugar 20 pounds tor odd
dollar.
Franco-American Food Co's French
Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents each.
5tr Tnhnnnn .1H nonfc Tinr nnllnfl LOff
prices on everything. Call and see
joe a. THOMPSON,
The Grocer.
JM

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