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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY MAY 7 1
892.
8
Great Sale!
GOliUECE HEIGHTS IiOTS !
Wednesday, May II
J
2:SO O'CLOCK !F. TsC.
So great is the anxiety of the College Trustees to open
school in the new building, next September, that they will offer only
.1 limited number of their lots as above. You can get them cheaper
now than ever hereafter. All are invited tc? attend. Terms easy
No cash payment required. 1?- T. MITCHELL,
Local Agent.
The Kelluin & Rotan Investment Co.
01 1-2 -AuULstln. St
CAPITAL $50,000.
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.
T. C. TIBBS,
Vice-President.
J. K. ROSE,
Sec. and Treas,
T tri'ri'.lt PiKturnRO for etooli Rt rion
V sblo ratci Plenty of arns". Uonil
nlor. Anply to Wlmly Sam Owens. "-7 tf
PERSONAL.
mum ice una sjefrbeepting bqiwpisny,
ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL.
UA.S. B. D3C3--A-3ST, - S"ULperisxte:rid.e:n.t
1 Kotan, President
W. Camibon,
Tom Padqitt. j
Ice President
A I Brown,
J. K, R08, Cihlei.
Assistant
) Cashier.
w.ico, : : tcxas
CAPITAL, $60C,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, J85.000.
DIRECTORS K. Rotan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Padgltt, J. K. Rose, W. V. Tort, W. M.
Kellett, D. R. WMUce. W. It Dnnnlca, Wm. Bremtedt, M. A Cooper
t3r"Acconnts of Banks, Bankers, Merchant nd others are eollolte'l We possess n ninrpam d
adlltles for making collection s.
Mr. W. Fisher, of Dallas, is a guest
of the Pacific
Mr. W. King, of Houston, is a guest
of the Pacific
Mr. D. 11 Pendleton, of Bolton, is
in tho city today.
Maj. J. C. Gorhani of Austin is
registered at the Royal.
Mr. V. E. Nelson, road master of
the Aransas Pass is in the city.
Miss Rosa Gibert is visiting Mrs.
Lanterstcin at Wcimer. She will
spend the summer there.
Miss Sallie Goodman of Tyler, is
visiting Misses Birdie and Ora Hig
ginson, 1014 Austin Avenue.
Gonoral Freight Agent A. B. Dodge
nml Auditor Groseoloso, of the Cotton
Bolt, nro in tho olty lodny. Thoy aro
on 11 tour of nil of tho road, making
preparations for bhortonhig of time
on through froight.
Miss Saffrons, who has been visit
ing her relatives Mr. and Mrs. Iloraoo
Pickett of this city will iu a few das
start for home at Columbus, Tenn. In
honor to this charming younjr, lady a
fow of her many friends intended
having a moonlight picnio on tho Bos-
quo tonight. Owing to the heavy
rains it will not take plaoe. Miss
Saffrons has made maay friends and
thoy all regret to seo herj.0. As a
token of their appreciation of her
friendship a gcrman has been arrang
ed for Monday night at the Philo
club rooms. This will be a brilliant
affair. Tho list has been well oheoked
and really it oould not be otherwise
for the queon of the evening would
draw a large house wherever she is
known. The News hopes she will
return in the tall and enjoy the gay
winter season.
iVfce tittle kittens, soiled lljeir uittleijs,
fld dictyt laiov vbi a do;
ill & Wise old friend.
Jl f JDcL recorrirrjerjcL
LAIRETTE
Soap
jMta Wkntteelilllekil
. Snlnio. a
f J
Wise lillle kittens, washed their mittens
wiiSDAPoraonfaerbue,
Quick) v&njsljed, e&crj stdir?;
AQdfteirniittei76ftir)
"Were as brigl dSd soft as tvf.
Clairette Soap-Made only by
MK.Fairbank&Co. St. Louis.
r fAH
THE WflOD WEEKLY NEWS!
AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER.
Halr-Dresslng.f
I have seemed the services of Miss
Geitle Diivls or Xew Tork City, la
dles' mtUllc hnlr ilresser. Bantis
cnt and cnrled and hair drcsso I In
the latest stjlcs. Children's hair
cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten
mluuteswlth drjer Hair made to
order, wigs, bangs, braids, etc.
MRS. B. J. DOSS,
40O AUSTIN ST.
Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News.
Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until JANUARY 1, 1893
Address,
NEWS PUBLISHING G0MPI1NY,
WACO, TEXAS.
,,, Hft-., OOI15
rri ?WhfW S
$ H b co itSIJnII W ffi
g m 5 'mj m ?M
WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Iu fact, everything you need for your house
can be found at the jMammoth Establish
ment of
OF THE
Finest Saloon
IN WACO.
OAK HALL SALOON
Cor. Bankers Alley and Square.
Finest Wines, Liquors and Imported
Cigars.
XCJJNTOJE-I FRoSflOTO 1 A. M.
Meals will be served at all hours 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.
T. K. BATES,
r3t0133fi0t01.
What 1 Know About Hardware
and the Weather.
There is 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 the shape of
gulf clouds and invisible vapor last
month, and caused washouts and
overflows north and east of us, will
como back this month in tho shape of
storms with now and then a cyclone or
hail. I do not sell at or below oost un
less it be an article that is no good or
that I um'anxious to cloEe out. The
head of this firm does not open up and
sweep out in order to save clerkhire.
In spite of other disadvantages such
as rent, clerkhire; taxes, insurance, etc,
I manage to keep a first-class hard
ware store. I do not ship fish hooks
and razors in car lots, hut 1 do ship
more staple goods in cailoads than
any other hardware firm has ever at
tempted in this market. Tho recent
depression in Eastern markets and
cue rates of freight enable me to sell
nails, wire, fruit jars, baling ties, iron
and other staples lower than they havo
ever been sold hero, and yet inako a
fair profit. Yours for hardware.
Ed. Strauss,
Fourth and Mary Streets.
i
A Fentlier hi Tils Cap.
The phrase, a feather in his cap, Ig
nifvinc honor and distinction, m-nsn
from tho custom prevalent among the
ancient Syrians and perpetuated to this
day nmong tho various suvago or semi
civilized tribes of Asia and America, of
adding a new feather to their headgear
for every enemy slain.
In the days of chivalry the maiden
knight received his casque featherless
and won his plumes as ho had won his
spurs. In a manuscript written by
Richard Hansard in 1598, and pre
served in tho British museum, it is said
of tho Hungarians that it had .been an
nncient custom among them that none
should wear a feather but ho who had
killed a Turk, and to such ouly It
was lawful to show tho number of
feathers in their caps. In Scotland and
Wales it is still customary for tho
sportsman who kills his fli-st wood duck
ro piucK out a leather and stick it in
ma cap. Exchange
For the best and freshest beof,pork
mutton, veal, sparcribs, fish and
oysters to to Crippen corner Fifth
and Frankling
fctCURTI
8 & GRAND,X
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
-THE-
Cotton Belt Route
(St. Louis iouth western Ry.)
TO'
1111 Bill
CONVENTION
111
St, Louis, Cairo, Memphis,
ANDALXj poihts beyond.
m.wm m.
Tree Reclining; Chair Cars j
and Pullman BafTot Sleeper j
Two Daily Trains To
MEMPHIS
AKD AIL POINTS BKTOHO, j
Tho Only Line a.u,.rtat ?M
ter to oonneotlni; Toda ftt MEMPHIS wlc
oat loas md dliniimblt omnlbmt trttt
fer MTOMtbeelt.
T e Only Line w,ttthl01fl, l!MP
tiigetjrMrTieatwtVMa F0BTW0RTT us
MKUPHia
The Only Line wHhU,.,heU
le twtween MBMPIttS 4 point la OKA
TtULTHXlft.
The Shortest Route
TO AJiL POINTS IN THE
Southeast
1 Tzm linen kT throng tlokctt on u rt.
The Cotton Belt Route
KktM, maps tlBM Uble uvl Ml luform.Ufc,
IrUl b ehtmfaUj ruraUhpd tt ippllmtlon tt
7 kgentorOMeonpini, or
B, it. OJMTHB, W, tt. n i. rjJBXJB.
T w-j-i-ri at College Heights the
A4VJ UO popular placo for thoso
Booking homes whioh are now cheap,
but which will bo elegant location, by
Kollum & Lawson, tho leading real
ostato dealers, 113 South Fourth
street.
Joe Lehman is tho most popular res
taurant man in Texas. His plao
117 South Fourth stroot.
Dwyer &Brooks, the nouse mov
ers. Office 920 South Sixth street
Drop in your orders.
At Atlanta, Ga,, MaJ
Otl to ltl.
The Missouri. Kansas and Texa
Railway will sell round trip ticke'j
to viianta, ua., at the rate ol or
fare for the round trin. tickets c
j ,
sale Mav 2nrl tn cth inrlnsn
good for return until June 4. Tf
Missouri, Kansas and lexas one;
vou choice of three routes, eith
via New Orleans, Shreveport
Memphis. Special reclining ch:
car seats free, and Pullman pala
sleepers will leave Dallas at 0:
p. m May 3rd and run through
Atlanta wirlinnt rhanan. via t(
- ,-
Texas and Pacific railway
Texarkana: St. Louis. Iron Moil
tain and Southern to Memplfl
Kansas City, Memphis and I?"l
lngnam to Birmingham,
Georgia Pacific to destinati
arriving at Atlanta at 12:15 ("
iMay sth. 1 o connect with '
train you should leave 'aco
3:20 p. m., May 3rd via the M
& T. This is the only hne t
will give you an opportunity
seeing the new bndec across
Mississippi river at Alcmphts
For further particulars call c
address
particul
J. IS, SMITH
No. 124 South Fourth St, Uj
Texas.
TPo -vt-w a an(J ranolies
M Oii. JJLA.O parts of the
for sale by Kellum & Lawsocjj
leading roal estuto dealers, no-
fourth street,

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