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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY MAY 12 i892.
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The Kellui & Man Investment Go.
-401 1-2 -AuVistlrL St
OAJPIOTiXv $30,000.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Prcs., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
Correspondence solicited.
J. V. MANN,
President.
T C. TIBBS, J K. ROSE,
Vice-President. Sec. and Trcas.
mm ioe mm pf&sigeptihg compahy,
ICE, COLD STORACE ANDCOAL.
T.A.S. B. ECr-A-HST, - S-u.pernten.c3.e33.t
E Botav, President
Wm. Cambbos. " 'Ice Presidents.
Ton Padbitt. J
A L Bfown,
J. K, Rohb, Caihler.
(Assistant
Cashier.
v"!co, : : tk.v.vs
OAPITAL, 600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFIT8, f85,000.
niBEOTOBS E. Rotan, Win. Cameron. Tom Padgltt. J. K. Bose, V . V. Fort, W. M.
Kellett, D R WalUce, W. K. Dunnica, Wm. lltemtedt, M. t Cooper
I3T Aoconnta of Banks, Bankers, Merchant and others are eoltolte-l We poneM u ninrpau. d
tcllUlea for making oolleotlona.
W. W. Seley, Pres. M A. Sullivvx, Cashier.
T. B Dockery, Ass't Cashier.
CAPITAL $135,000 SURPLUS $50,000
THE WACO STATE BANK
Cor. Fifth and Austin Avo., Waco, Texas .
TSSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE available in all parts of the world.
YOUNG LADIES' COLLAGE
oak oi.iri' hoti:l to hi: than
roictiKi) i.vro a school.
Mr P. Owen, Kerens, writes "I
! am pleased with Minnie's progress and
I .your management of your school."
Mr. C. C. Conger, Hilside, writes:
' "I am very much pleased with their
improvement under your direction and
Profoaaor Kiiccrtoii, of Wnco win I a'so with the oare they are receiving
e Principal of the Ne- ,!,.' at your hands, and I must congratu
tlol late you on the success you have with
i the young ladies in your charge."
Mr. M. Garrett, Burnett, writes "I
have no criticism to make, for ray
girls speak of you hb a gentleman."
Mr. P. Moody, Comanche, writes:
"I have just received the reports of
my daughter's advancement, and am
perfectly satisfied with tho progress
she ib nuking under your guidanoo."
Mr. L N. Curtis, Waoo, writes: "I
am well pleased with the training and
progress or my daughter. Hope your
college will still continue to prosper "
Mrs. Julia Bush, Huntsville, writes.
"To say we are pleased with the pro
gress of our daughter is hardly
suffioient. We are delighted. There
A popular and succebsful principal
of Waco Femalo College resigns his
position to organize the Oak Cliff
college for young ladieB, Oak Cliff,
Texas. i
Prof. M. Thos. Edgerton, vice-1
president and principal of Waco I
Femalo college, presented his resigna- ,
tion to tho board of trustees last woek
which was accepted to take effect I
.T11 no 1 I
While this will be a loss to Waco
it will be a great gain to Oak Cliff
and Dallas and their school interests,
as Prof. Edgerton is very popular
...,. puH. ouu urua. i oan bo n0 p09sibiP room for criticism
Wo wore shown a large number of K1 ,,m Tj.. ur .;.
letters written to him complimentary
of tho care and training of the girls
now with him, and we tako pleasure
in publishing a part of theso indorse
ments. We congratulate Oak Cliff and Dal
las upon the bright prospect for one
of the best colleges for young ladies
in the state.
Sheriff J. L. Townsend and wife.
"We
of Columbus, Texas, write him:
are delighted.
Mr. Kos Barry, of Walnut Springs,
writes "I am very much pleased.
She writes me that sho is hichlv
pleased,"
Mrs M M Burgess, Corsiouna,
writes: "I have always been pleased
with your training of my daughter."
Mr ti Costa, Corsioana, writes: "Mr
Frcodman and wife have left for New
York. Have heard no complaint
from either parents or daughter in re
gard to your training or care of her."
Mr and Mrs Levy, Marlin, write:
"We are ven much pleased."
Mr W A Stanford, Lorena, writos:
"Your oare and training of my
daughter is all that I oould wish."
Mr V D Stoaart, Duranga, writos.
"Wo are well pleased."
Mr L B Black, Waco, writes: "I
am well pleased with my (laughter's
training and advancement under your
care."
Mr E H Carter, Waco, writes: "We
are all ploasod with our daughter's
progress and interest sho takes in
your school."
Mr T 0 Tibbs, Waco, writos: "I
am highly pleased."
Dr F W Burger, Waco, writes:
"Your roport of the progroas, eto , of
my daughter is quito satisfactory. She
was taking more interest in hor stud
es thn over before "
LAST DAYS JCONTINUED.
prevent such invasion? My answer is
that wo must study the markets, the
manner in which to display, grasp
every advantage to restore the trade
to its legitimate channel.
These are the requisites for a
thorough Phirnucist: For it is an
undeniable fact that the most skillful
chemists aro the most unsuccessful
Pharmacists. And it is further beyond
contradiction that a variety of preten
tions are the very root of commercial
distress
So, in conclusion, let us establish a
college that will qualify men for the
positons sought for, and at the same
timo give sufficient instruction in rcla
tive branches without detraction from
or curtailing of the abstract informa
tion necessary for his success in the
battle of life. Rospectfully submitted,
L. Myers Con.nok.
PERSON. L.
Miss Ella Janes, of Grandviow, is
visiting tho family of Dr. L. II. Geb
hard in this city.
Mrs. J. W. Sundcrs.of Gatesvillo, is
visiting Mrs. W. B. Ragland, 1419
Washington.
Mr. J. W. Maxwell, general super
intendent of the Missouri, Kansas and
Texas, is in Waco on official business.
Mr and Mrs. A. G. Henry of Gun
tcrsville, Ala., are in tho city to spend
a few weeks with their daughter, and
aie at present with Mrs. Dr. W. R.
Clifton.
Mr. W. J Lacy of Denton brother
of our estimable townsman W. D.
Laoy is attending tho firemen con
vention. He is chief of tho fire de
partment at Don'on.
Hair-Dressing-.
I hare tejnred tbe services of Mies
GoittoUiiTla of New York Cltj, la
dles' aitUtlc bnlr dresser. BaiiKS
cut anil curled and bnlr dreseel li
the Utet s jles Children's hair
cut, Bhainpoolng, hair dried In ten
minutes with dryer Hair made to
order, wigs, bangs, braids, etc.
MRS. 15. J. DOSS,
400 AUSTIN ST.
CONRAD
CONRAD
CONRAD
A CARD TO THE TUHLIC
While it Is true I have been chosen "flic rrcsldcnt of the Lokt
ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, Ijtffil
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co
paay, so all proposals for snppllcs, machinery, etc., as well as all other
business communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore
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Mr. ana lUrs. mrn, Waco writes:
"I beg to assure you of tho satisfac
tion ot both her mother and myself
with the training and progress of
our daughter."
Mrs. L H. Goldstein, Taylor,
writes: "I am pleased to state that
daughter's report is quite satisfactory,
with but two exceptions in her ex
penses." Mrs. H. Middlebroo!:, Columbus,
writes: ' I have previously expressed
my entire satisfaction with Ray's pro
cress and requirements in her literary
J pursuits, as well as the improved con
dition in tho social features of jour
school. Ray's letters now have always
a onoerlul, happy tone, contrasting
very stronly with thoso reoeived from
her the two scholastic years proceed
ing this and hor monthly reports be
tray no neglect by the faculty or re
laxation of effort on hor own part.
When she was at homo during the
holidays, sho not only made no 00m
plaint, but often spoko gratefully of
tho kind consideration and generous
sympathy extended to tho girls by
you and Mrs. Edgerton."
What 1 Know About Hardware
and Trusts.
Given an artiole of manufacture in
common use suoh as sugar, rope and
gunpowder, given a progressive and
energetio race like tho An'glo Saxons,
improvements in manufacture and
distribution will cause the output to
increase much faster than any possi
ble demand oan absorb. At this point
the law of ovolution comes in. In tho
struggle for existence, first, profits
are sacrificed, finally goods aro sold
lower than aotual cost of labor and
raw material. Of courso the strong
est and fittest concerns survivo, they
ohange tactics. Instead ol trying to
destroy eaoh other, they form an alli
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 benefit of the latest
inventions, improvements and labor
saving devices, if you want to get the
boncfit of closo buying and cut oar
load rates of freight, if you want your
goods shipped and delivered prompt
ly, then buy your hardware at
Ed. Strauss,
Corner Fourth and Mary Streets.
WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
Iu fact, every tiling you need for your house
ean.be found at the Mammoth Establish
ment of
CURT1S &' ORAND
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
ANOTHER CORKER,
Gr
An 18 size American Watch,
three-quarter plate Quick Train,
straight line escapement, patent
center pinion, patent stem wind,
four paii s fine Ruby Jewels in
settings (15 jewels), expansion
balance adjusted, in a fine Gold
Filled Dueber Case, guaranted to
wear for 20 years for $1 8.90.
WINANS 1 " ''
520 AUSTIN St.
Drink Coca-Cola at W. L. Tuckers
The argument in the rase of Mel
ton and Dunlap was concluded at a late
hour last evening and the case given
to the jury, which, as we go to press,
are still trying to agree upon a verdict
with but little prospect of success
either one way or the other. A hung
jury is considered inevitable. The
speeches of Maj . Charles B. Pearre
and Capt. M. D. Herring weie es
pecially strong ones.
Dr. S. Burton of this city, has been
elected member of the American
Chemical Society of New York, May
the 6lh.
Farms
and ranches in all
parts of tho state
for sale by Kellum & Lawson, the
leading roal estate dealers, 113 South
Fourth street,
tne city leave your
dozen of those fine
While in
order for a
Cabinet
Pictures. vs & &isiX?ei ,
7i and 703 Austin Avenue,
Si'??2i?3ainHr
Herz Bros,
Havo mado arrangemontB to supply
the bankers, druggists and firemen
with fine- imported cigars at from 5
to 25 cents each.
LAUIES need rot send to New York
for fashion magczines. You will
find all tho late one3 and other
choice reading matter at
Herz Bros.
$1.05 at HILT'S.
Worth $2.50. Sizes 3 D only.
New Grocery Store
South Fifth St., between JIary and Jackson St.
STAPLE ASDPASITGROCBRIES.
I.verythliiK Hrst-dnss Agent for John llaade's
i luo llrlck Umis and Cement
HERMAN STOLTE, - - Proprietor,
Swiss : Bakery.
Corner Sixth and Washington Stieets.
Fresh Bread, Rolls and Cakes
Kvery morning nt 5 o'clock Homo open from
6 o'clock In tl,e morning to 10 lu the cvcnlne.
1 ponnd nackaKc coffee, 20centO
1 ponnljarjams 121-2 cants.
I
Fine clgara per box tl.V5.
B
Finest teas in Waeo
IJest goods, lowest prices.
L
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om)
Bros.
Finest candles In Waco
Follte.'atlentlon and orapt deliver "Is the
Bbyie.
Of Giibblo Ilroe. Grocers. 505 Anttln Avenue
THE WAOO
Electric Supply Go,
Fnrmeis' and Merchants' Nat'l Hank llnlldlng
Electric Desk Fans from $5 00
to $25.00.
Diehl Ceiling Fans, $35.00 and
upwards, according to length AH
kinds of electrical goods.
The Waoo Juvonilo Cavalry wore
out in full bloom in tho firomen's pro
cession yesterday morning and a finer
looking set of boys are not to bo found
Waoo may well be proud of hor young
soldiers for it is tho youngest
military oompany in tho United States.
A cavalry company is something sol
dom to be seen, and it is certainly a
grand enterprise for tho boys We
learn that the boys aro to go to tho
stato oncampment at Austin next
month, and wo wish them a pleasant
trip. '
G. W, HOBSON
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"JSXeuaLg sef.
vMj aHHbH5ral
$1.05 at HILT'S.
I Worth 2. 50. Sizes 3 D only

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