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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY MAY 6 i892.
8 Great Sale CESM.SE HEIGHTS kOTS! aasEczaESCTZsnsa Wednesday, lay II i 5 S:30 O'CLOCK F. 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 ... . 1 . .11 I I .- u a i-a ft 'IL'tf than ever hereafter. All are mviteci to auenu. iuB F. T. MITCIIKLL, Local Agent. now 2s o cash payment required. The Kellum & Rotan Investment Go. -SOI 1-2 -A-TJLstin. St CAPITAL $o09000. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMTJLLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for bale in all part-; of the city on liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. J. W. T. C. TIHBS, Vice-President. J. K. ROSE, Sec. and Trcas. FIIIC Il.ll-Vur illtire ami lionpeliolil out lit. I'tiiutiletu nml I i ijoul nitlttlmi. F n oiipottunlt? f r purty Jim uoltiR to liiium kcv'ln;. Apply for jurtirulnra tlJ S'n'h h urin siri't'V wt PERSONAL. T.A.S. MANN, President. ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL. -pi sa--A-lsr, - S"u.pexT.n.te30.c3.eri.t E.BoTAV, President tVM. CAMKnON, Mce President! A I Hi'imx .1. K, Rom, Caihler Assistant I Cashier. Tom Padoitt. First ibatiora,! Bam-IIs:, w.vco, : : ti: vs CAPITAL, $50C ,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 185,000. ItlllEOTOUSK. Rotan, Wm. Cameron, Tom PadRltt. J. K. Ho, W . V. Fort, W. M. lellett, D. It. WalUce. W. R Dunnlca, Wm. Hreuitedt, M. uper tSTAooonnts of Dank. B&nkors. Merohanta nd others ire 80llclte'l Wo poese'8 umurpsii d adlltieft fotmaklui? oollooUona Mr. L. S. Berg of San Antonio, is in the city. Mr. C. M. Moulton, of the Mis souri, Kansas and Texas, is at the Royal. Mr. W. D. Carey of the Houston Post, is in the city. He is at the New McClelland. Mr. W. M hsmpton, of the Mis souri, Kansas and Texas, is a guest of the Pacific. Mr C. 15 Ii"vis, claim agent of the Cotton llelt, is in the city. He is registered at the Royal Mr. A H. Miles of Denvtr, is stop ping with his daughter, Mrs. Slyden, on Twelfth and efferson. Miss llena Slayden leaves tomorrow for Port Worth to visit Mrs. Turner for a few days before going north for the summer. Mr. C. II. Goette. the popular rep resentative of 15 C. Palmer & Co., of Mew Orleans, made The News a everv pleasant visit this morning. Mr. J. R. King, a prominent Gates- ville druggist, is in the city today. Mr. King lived in Waco for several years and is well known and quite popular here. Mr. 15. Kellncr of tho Kollncr Printing Company left lor hi Grunge this morning in rsponso to a telegram mnouncinc that his father was lying at deaths door. The many frierds of Mr. Paul Daura will regret to learn that he will leave the city in a few days, perhaps to remain permanently. Mr. Daura was raised in Waco and lias a host ot friends here who udmiro him for hid good qutlries and who will wish him suoccss utid luppiness in Ins new field of lahor. He proposes to mike Aran sas Pass his futuro homo if, after hav ing spent the summer there, he likes the place. BfATCI HISSPAGE && c-d u2 -i - tsrzxjA o m 1 W JFpJ. - - IS S - hi oq sj wmrnp 3 s AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUWN PAPER. Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News. Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until JANUARY I, 1S93 m go ces?. Address, NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY, Hair-Dressing. I have secured the sarv t es of Mies Ojitlo DuvlB or New York Clf. , la (Iks' 11 U-llc hiilr dresser, llnnas cut and cnrleil hikI lialr dre8et li tho 1-test s les (lilldren'x hair cut, ehainpolng, lialr drleJ In ten mliinteswith dryer. Hair made to order, wU. bunRS tiralds, etc. MRS. B. J. DOSS, 40oJ AUSTIN ST. WE CAN SOT BE UNDERSOLD. In fact, everything yon need for your house can be fonnd at the Mammoth Establish ment of KCURTIS a ORAND, Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. shot iii-iisi:i.i WACO, TEXAS. Gr3iMJ3 0P3EKril0- -OF THE- Finest Saloon IjST WACO. OAK HALL SALOON Cor. Bankers Alley and Square. Finest Wines, Liquors and Imported Cigars. XvTOTCOI-I FROM IO TO IS A. M- Meals will be served at all houis by the Famous Italian Cook, Sig. R. Bianchini. Everything in Season. Saturday Night, May 7th is set apart for the most brilliant opening of the Season. All are cordially invited. To KL BATE Ijrooriotojr What I Know About Hardware and tho Weather. There id considerable uneasiness about rain. I am inclined to tho opin ion that we will have plenty rain in May. The enormous masses of water that passed over us in tho shape of gulf clouds and invisible vapor last month, and caused WHshouts and oveiflows north and east of us, will como back this month in tho shapo of storms with now and then ,i cyclone or hail. I do not sell at or below cost un lets it bo an aiticle that is no good or that I urn nnxious to close out. The head of this firm does not open up and sweop out in order to save clerkhirr. In spito of other disadvantages such as rent, olerkhire, taxes, inturance, etc., I manage to keep a hr&t-class hard ware store. I do not ship fish hooks and razors in car lots, but 1 do ship more staple goods in cailoads tlmn any other hardware firm has ever at tempted in this market. Tho receDt depression in Eastern markots and cut rates of freight enable me to sell nails, wire, fruit jars, baling ties, iron aud other staples lower than they havo ever neen soiu nero, anu yet maKo a fair profit. Yours for hardware. hD. bTRAUSS, Fourth and Mary Streets. Dissolution Notice. Tho firm of Clark, Dyer & Bolinger is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. r Geo. Clark, Jno. h Dvkr, I). 0. Bomnueu. The undersigned will continuo the practieo of law as partners, under tho firm name of Clark & Bolinger, and all indebtedness dno tho lato firm of Clark, Dyer & Bolinger, now belongs to tho undersigned, and all porsons so indebted aro hereby notified and re quested to make payment to us, who alono aro authorized to reocivc and receipt for same. Gko. Clark, D. C. Boi.inoer. Waco, April lfl, 1892. There canio near being a bad acei dont in tho Missouri, Kansas and lexas yards last night Tho north s m: 111! CONVENTION At Atlanta, Ga,, May A Well Know ii t'ollt'u:! I'rolosor I '.nils Hi Own l.il'u. Ry ABsocla'od I'ress to The News: Sequin, Tex., May 0. Dr. Rudolph Wippretcht, late professor of languages at the agricultural and mechanical col lege at Bryan and editor of tho Soguin llnufnhn llmninii r ,, J ,.,' .1 n . .. t l.i.'lfl yesterday morning by shooting hitn-1 vtA1 TO X1tll self in the tcniplo with a !.) calibre ' tk ii.v..,' t , i r n i. - i . pu i .1 . i ' l'le Missouri, Kansas and lcxo Lolts six shooter. Tho ball entered , -r, ., .,i ,i , the right temple and lodged in his ' Ra,Jway will sell round trip tuKrts head. The coroner was immediately i to Atlanta, Ga., at the rate of Tie summoned but has not yet rendered farc for the round trip, tickets m his verdict. Dr. Wipprecht was a sale May 2nd to 5U1 iikIusu'', learned man and was one ot the most 1 good for return until Jtyie 4 The highly respected oitizens of west I .Missouri. Kansas and T,.v.n offer you choice of three routes, eithrrB texas. no was tor a nietirne a resident of New Braunfcls and only lived in this oity about six weeks. Ho has a wifo aud ohildrcn in Houston who have been telegraphed of tho un fortunnto occurrence. No eouso can be nssigncd for the rash deed, as he was apparently happy and in good spirits. So far no letter has been found civing any rrason for the rash act. Dr. Wipprecht was well and favorably known throughout the ttate. Tho Woolen Mills. In conversation with one of tho officials of this institution, we gained a great deal of information which is valuable to cur readers. Here is an enterprise right in Waco, the vastness of which, a large majority of our citi zens aro ignorant We could write columns of its import ince but will only say a few werds. Hmployment can bo given to one hundred and fifty more girls. These girls make from eight to sixteen dol l.rsper week, according-to their ex pertnets The factory was bu.lt with a view to comfort and health. It is heated by steam in winter, runs exhaus-t fans in the summer, keeping the air in cir culation at all times; well lighted and well ventilated. Every inducement and encourage ment is given to young girls wanting employment. You have no idea of its extensive operations until you no yourself and see. Gabert Bro3 are the loading tailors. They via New Orleans, Shreveport or Memphis. Special reclining cluir 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 Brm incham to Birmineham, and Georgia Pacific to destination, arriving at Atlanta at 12:15 (nonl May 5th. To connect with this train yon 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 o seeing the new bridge across the Mississippi river at Memphis. For further particulars call on address i n riAnrn d.lUMI No. 1 24 South Fourth St., Texas. Waco rPoTVIC! and ranches m. W lUX. JLAiKJ none nf Hlfi Stkt for sale by Kellum & hawson, tt leading roal estate dealers, 113 tout" fourth street, There wrro just 250 tickets sold 't day for the Lorena barboouo ar speaking. Tho faro was only .'0 "'' but tho railway company evident!' (lid Tinf tlii 11L- iliot tlw.in nrntlld ' . .XW ....... I.I..W .IIVll. ,.w l bound pasfe-gor train ran into an I and aro artists in cutting and fitting If have tfic finest workmen in the state, much of a crowd for thoy onlv pre opon Awitok and smashed a higholo in tne naggagc oar .Mo o'jo was hurt AJ. JfiV. you would-be well dressed givo thorn a an. idcd two coaches, a bapgsgo ear a" a caboose. It will readily ho se( that there was room for no more. mmmmmm cm