THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY MAY 9 i892.
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
now than ever hereafter. All are invited to attend. Terms easy
No cash payment required. I7- T. MITCHELL,
The Kellum & Rotan Investment Go,
-3:Ol 1-2 -.-uLstiin. St
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T.
Desirable real estate for sale in all
J. W. MANN, T. C. TIBBS, J. K. ROSE,
President. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL.
T.A.S- B. EGr-A-lST, - S"uperl.:riteia.d.e:at
Vm. Oabbuon, tee Freeldcnti
Tox Padoitt. )
First lfcTa,tIn.ebl Esanls:,
w.vco, : : TEXAS
CAPITAL, 60C,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000.
niBEOTOHH E. Kotttn, Wm. Catnoron, Tom Padgltt. J. K. ItOM, W. V. fort, W. M.
Kellett, D. B. Wallace, W. K. Dnnnlca, Wm. H -anneal, M. A itier
tayAooountB of Banks, Bankers, Merchanti andother are eollolte'l Wc pofae'i nnnrnan.O
aelUtlpa for making oolleotlone.
THE WACD WEEKLY NEW!
Contains All the Latest Political,
Will be Sent to any Address
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Southern Baptist Convention
AT ATLANTA, GA.,
MAY 6th to 13th, 1892,
Tor the above oeoalon tliaTcxat and I'acltlc
lUiilway vil. cell HiundTrlp ticket rrom all
HtntloiiB on ltn lines to Atlanta. Oa., and return
at UArKOFONEFARE Tor the round trip.
T ckets will bs on tale May 2r to 5th, Inclusive,
with tranelt limit nf llireo riuvB In each direc
tion, and good (or return uutllJnns 4th. lhc
Texas .t I'acltlu oQers choice or three routes tn
Atlanta cither via Now Orleans, Sbrevcport or
THROUGH CHAIR CAR (Seats Free.)
"TEBODGH POLLMiN PiLACE SLEEPING CAR
will leive Ft. Worth at fl:10n. m., Dallas at
h 10 p. m. ou May 3d and mntnroiigh 10 Atlanta
vlu Texirkana, dt Lonls linn Mountain and
Bontheru U'y. Alemohls, K 'iisa City, Memphis
U IliruiliiKliam II It., to lllrmlngham, ltlch
mond A Danville 11. It ,Krrh Ing at Atlanta at
1! 15 p.m. May fith. Heturulng from Atlanta,
delegates will cross tho Mississippi river at
Mcinph s on tho new hlch bridge and can have
dersou, and ntherK. who 1 lbu present at tbo
opening of the bridge May Uth and 13th For
tickets, rate reservation" In 1'ul man sleeper
rihI oth-r Information, ca 1 on or dddrcH your
nearest Texas Al'nclfh Railway Ticket Agont,
Gcn'l l'a'B A Ticket Agent,
A Sure Cure tor Pllos.
Itching Piles are known by mois
turo like perspiration, causing intense
itohing when warm. This form as
well as Blind, Blcodinp; or Protrud
ing, yield at onco to Dr. Bosanko's
Pile Romedy, which aots dirootly on
parts cflooted, absorbs tumors, allays
itohing and efleots a pormanont cure.
50 eta. Druggists or mail Circulars
freo. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B
Morrison & Co.
Tho best restaurant in town, .loo
Lohman's, No. 117 South Fourth
CflbbEBE HEIGHTS IiDT5!
1 Wednesday, May II,
N. McMULLEN, Secy.
parts of the city on liberal terms.
J. K, Boei, Caibltt
A L Bpoinx, Assistant
Telegraphic and Local News.
from NOW Until JANUARY I, 1S93
I.angiiHco of rricious Stones.
The superstition that each month of th
yenr has a gem associated with it, and thn,
the influeuce of qualities attributed to dif
ferent gems, controls tho destinies of per
sons born in the various months, is takeu
trow tho folk lore of Poland. According
to this superstition January has a jacinth
or garnet, which denotes constancy ana
fidelity. February amethyst, preventive
against violent passions, March a blood
stone, courage and wisdom. April sap
phire or diamond, signifying repentance
tnd innocence. May emerald, typical of
successful love. Jtine an agate, meanin?
long life and health. July ruby, corrects
evils resulting from mistaken friendship,
August sardonyx, a happy married life.
September chrysolite, preserve from
folly. October opal, denotes both mif
fortune and hope. November topaz, pre
vents bad dreams, denotes hope and sharp
ens tlie sight and faith of the possessor.
December turquoise, signifies prosperity
How Virginia Gut Ita Nicltnillnc.
Inter-Ocean tells that tho authorities in
the colony of Virginia, at the time of the
contest in England between the Stuarts
and Cromwell, appear to have been da
voted to tho Stuarts, and when the Croiu
wellian government threatened to send a
fleet to reduce the colony to submission iU
officials dispatched a message to youu
Charles, who was afterward king of Eng
laud under the title of Charles II, who
was then hiding in France, to come over
and be king of Virginia. It is said thut
Charles was on tho point of starting, when
tho collap-.o of the commonwealth and the
Cromwellian regime took place, which sent
him to the Knglish throne. Charles never
forgot this devotiou of Virginia to his
fortunes, and thac colony was subsequently
classed with England, Scotlaud and Ire
land as leading members of the empire.
In this way Virginia came to lw known
among thu American colonies as the Old
Sleeper, Clifton & Co , Ladies' Ox
ford Tins $2
Ladies Oxford Tios $2.50, Ladies Ox
I ford Tie? $3.
Mr. J. P. Glenn, of West, w in tho
Mr R. M. Bonnott, of Cuoro, is at.
Mr. Albert Monson. of tho New
York World, is n guest 0f tho Paoifio.
Dr. Thomson was in tho city yester
day on a visit to his daughter, Mrs.
W. A. Howard.
Editor Jas. V. Vincftit, of the
Wcatherford Enrjuiror, is a guest of
the New McC'clland.
Miss Katie Wright, of Iiolton, is
visiting Mrs. V. S. BibD, 1020 Dal
las street. Filth ward.
Ilolloway Smith will circulate among
his triends for a few days before going
to San Antonio on a business trip.
J. DeVane Smith of Sherman, and
state acent for Cheatham's Remedies,
is in Waco to meet the druggists and
Miss Frankio Richardson, of Moody,
who has boon visiting her cousin, Mrs.
Richie, at 714 South Fourth, has re
Mr. Albert F. Lampeetzof Chicago,
representing Armour & Co., is in the
city attending the doctors' and drug
Mrs. obt. Triplett has gono on a
two months' visit to relatives First to
Knoxville, Tenu , for a month then
to Owensboro, Ky.
Hon. J W. Bhke, a banker from
Mcxia and a candidate for congress, is
in the city and is receiving his
friends in room No. 1, PaoiGc hotel.
Capt. J, D Ball has returned from
a ten days visit to his ranches in
West Texas. Ho reports the heaviest
rain in years all the way from Waco
Gov. J. S Hogg and Commissioner
W. L. McGiughey took dinner at tho
New MoUlellaud esterduy. They
made a short stay in the city being on
their way from Texarkana to Austin.
Mr. L. J. W. Wall, President of
the August Gast Lithographing com
pany of St. Louis, accompanied by
their popular representative, Mr. E.
J. Wehle, are in the city attending the
Mr. and Mrs,. 11. II. Harris will
leave tomorrow evening for Mayfiold,
Ky., whero they will wako their home
in the future Mr. Harris was raised
in Waco and has many friends who
will regret to soo him leave.
I have secured tho services of MIs
Geitle Davis of New York Cltj, la
dies' attlxtic balr dresser. Bangs
cnt and curled and balr drceeol lu
the latest stales Children' t balr
cut, shampooing, hair diled In ten
minutes with dr j er. Hair made to
order, wigs, bangs, bialds, etc.
MRS. B. J. DOSS,
400 AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Hardware
'?C-antl Trusts. ;c; ZZZ
Givon an artiole of manufacture in
common use puoh as sugar, rope and
gunpowder, given a progressive and
energetic race like tho Anglo Saxons,
improvements in manufacture and
distribution will cause the output to
increase much faster than any possi
ble demand can absorb. At this point
the law of evolution comes in. In tho
struggle for existence, first, profits
aro sacrificed, finally goods are sold
lower than aotual cost of labor and
raw material. Of course tho strong
est and fittest concerns survive, they
ohange tactics. Instead ol trying to
destroy eaoh other, thoy form an alii
ance and combine to bring their bus
iness to a profitable basis. This Is tho
origin of tho modern trust. If you
want to get the bonefit of tho latest
inventions, improvements and labor
saving devices, if you want to get the
benefit of close buying and out oar
load rates of freight, if you want your
goods shipped and delivered prompt
ly, then buy your hardwaro at
Corner Fourth and Mary Streets.
at Collego Heights the
popular placo for thoso
seeking homes whioh are now cheap,
but which will bo elegant location, by
Kellum & Lawson, tho leading real
estato dealers, 113 South Fourth
Good beds and best of fare. Kates
$1.00 per day. Meals 25 cents, 120
Second stroot, next door to the court
jHt. m jht namMfe- k rr i
flKTvv Jo c J
ifi 1 n 1
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uiu t-ntnDCK iunc
-J)- An Gropfrs Kfpp it. -
EVERY HOUSEWIFE WANTS IT
o h w 5 - m-r:
WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Iu fact, everything j'ou need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish
oCURTI8 & ORAND,
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
At Atlanta, Ga,, May
Otlx to 13 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, Shrcvtport 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
ingham to Birmingham, and
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
. Ili, M
No. 1 24 South Fourth St., Waco,
Tho great bankrupt stook of D.
Doninon & Bro , is being auotionod
off day and night. Unparallclled bar
gains. Drink.CocaCola at W. L. Tuckers.
W wri stfiti
ArtD SmS bey,
3U RCe AND
Bur NfR mind
"JHQSE if Yoifle.
ONLY RP din.
. "- JUW
CL t 1 CJ
3 52 SO ft
Cotton Belt Route
(St. LouisSouihwesiern Ry.)
St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis,
AND ALL POIHT8 I1KTOND.
ffroe Reclining: Chair Care
and Pullman Buffot Slooporo.
Two Daily Trains To
AKD AIX POIHTS BETOTTD,
The Only Line taUftttat PM.
gr to ocon6Ung ratdaktUSUPHIS wltto
out a loaf ftad dtiasroMbla omnlbui traat
!T e Only Line wiub-w
uk oar auriMtwtWMaJ'OBT WORTH ud
Tlie Only Line n ...
tic between HHMPnTS b4 points tn CBl
The Shortest Route
TO JLLL POINTS IN THE
H Tut Lines hT through tloVtU on ke Q.
The Cotton Selt Routo
RMn, mi Ubm table ami ell Informatlr
trill b ohMttmUy fnnltlied a uri'llentlcu Xb
mj agent Of the company, ot
a, M. OAJRTHM, tf. M, n . .. rltSLJa.
tl'T'Uwryeu Mk, 1 c'l Pa' Af.'t. n
JS OjI JOClO parls 0f ti) state
for salfi hv Kpllnm & .Lawon. the
loadioc real estate dealers, 1113 South
For tho best and freshest bcof,pork
mutton, veal, spareribs, fish and
oystors io 10 Crippen corner Fifth
Drink Cooa-Cola at W. L. Tuokers
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