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IHfc. WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 17 i892.
it 1 fc M W 5 It! Ic The Kellum & Rotan Investment Co Ol 1-2 -Au-u-stirx St CAPITAL $oO,GOO. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. PERSONAL. J. V. MANN, T. C. TIBHS, J- K. ROSE, President. Vice-President. Sec. and Trcas. mmu eo mm speigeptihg mmmm, ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL. T.A.S. E. EGr-A-aST, - S-o.perT.nteiid.erLt K. Rotas', PreMilsnt ,1. K, Ro, CaihKr Vx Cambbo.v, 'Ice Prealdcnti Tom Padqitt. ) A I ItHonX, V Assistant ) Csshlur First 3T.tio:nLa,l ZBeuraJs:, WACit, : : tdx.vs CAPITAL, f60C,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000. DIBEOTORSK. Botan, Wm. Cameron, Tom radgltt. J. K. Hose, W. V. Tort, W. M. Kellett, D. It WnlUcc. W. K Dunnica, Win. Brauitedt, M. A ooper KifAoooants of Banks', rttnVers, Merchant and others are solicited We possen unmrpiid duties for making collections. W. W. Selev, Pres. M. A. Sullivan, Cashier. T. B Dockery, Ass't Cashier. CAPITAL S135, 000 SURPLUS $50,000 THE WACO STATE BANE Cor. Fifth and Austin Avs., Waco, Texas . TSSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE available in all parts of the world. THE mm WEEKLY NEW! AN 8-PAGE, 48-COLUMN PAPER. Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News. Will be Sent to any Address from NOW Until JANUARY 1, 1S93 H SO OEMS. Address, NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY, WACO, TEXAS. YOU HAVE ALL Read of The Luxury in Travel. Buy Your Tickets Over. THE M. K. & T. Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway. AXD KX1EUIKN0E IT. l'EKl'ECT Pullman Buffet Sleeping Oar Service Tcxns Points, Chicago, St. Louis and Knusns City. Parlor Reclining Chair Cars, Free ol Extra Cliargo to Taylor, Temple, Hillsborough. Dallas, 1'ort worth, Denison, Gainesville and Henrietta. Through Pullman Service to Austin and San Antonio, Close Connections Mario for Laredo And .Points in MEXICO and CALIFORNIA, As well us 1'oints in the N ORTH and EAST For Routes, Rates Call on mo. Tables or othor information call ou or address: J. K. Smith, Ticket Agent, No. 124 South 4th Strer t, Pacific Hotel, Waco 11. P. Huoiies, G. P. and T. A DeniBon, Texas. E. B. Pakker, Ass't. G. P. A., 509 Chestnut St , St. Louis, Mo. W. D. JjAwson, Traveling P. Agt., Fort Worth Texas. W-- you would be well dressed JR. A give jour orders to thP Gabert Bros., the leading tailors. Thoy carry tho biggest stock oi new spring goodB in Central Texae, and have all tho latest styles. A Modern Athenian's Dilemma. "Did 1 ever tell you," said Thalia to a reporter, "uiy awful esperienco tho only timo 1 was over honored by a call from tho elder Salvini? My sister had been shown many kindnesses by him while in Italy, and had begged him to call on us when ho camo to America. It was tho maid's afternoon out. 1 was alono in tho flat with Jack, my irrepressiblo ten-year-old nephew. An accursed impulbo whispered to mo that a hot bath was a good remedy for headncho. "1 was in my bath wrap, my dripping hair hanging about mo, when tho bell rang. Oh, hocjr! Tho namo on tho card which Jack poked under tho door was Tjmaso a'alvuu! 1 knew no scarcely understood a word ot English. 'Jack,' I gasped, "say alter me till you get it, "Madame D. e.-.t sorti&," and then go in and fire it ofl at l.na. He'll know what it is if yim don't He'll go away.' So said, so done. Tho little scamp caught tho words imii-.-ly and repeated thorn glibly ' "Fancy my i..guish whoa Signor Sal vini began to question, to regret, to dep recate in a flood of swift French, Jack gazing in widemouthed terror, I on tho verge of catalepsy behind tho bath room door. Jack boro it as long as ho could, and thou his sky piercing accents roso upon tho air. '1 don't know what you're driving at!' wailed ho. 'All 1 know is that sho told mo to say sho waa sortio, and I've said itl' Don't ask mt tho rest. 1 collapsed in tho bathtub and toro my hair and wept,''1 Boston Commonwealth. Mrs. and Mrs W. H Rodes of Galveston, arc in the city. Mr. Georgo Hartholotnact, of San Antonio, is at tho Pacific. Mr. J. F. iMulhall it well known citizen of Bryan is at tho NTow Mc (Jlelland. Mr. and Mrs. V. Kemndo are the proud parents of a fine girl, who arriv yd this morning. Mr. R. R. Robins, traveling pas senger agent ol tho Houston and Tex as Central railway, is in the city. Mr. M. L. Robbing, compiler of the Texas 11 do sheet, is in the city to attend tho mooting of rate clerks. Mr. J S McClintock, who travels out ol New Orleans, spent Sunday and Monday with his family in Waco. Mr. .1. P. Malonoy, of tho Missouri, Kantas and Texas railway, is at the Royal. His headquarters aro in Ssn Antonio. Mr. T. M. Trigs; of Fort Worth is in tho city to take chargo of tho Missouri Kansas and Texas baggage department. Mr. Will Landrum, a brother-in law of Mr. Kirksey, returns to his home in Mayfield, Ky , where he has large contracts in buildings. .dr. Goorgo B. Tscharner, of Oken ville, III., is in tho city. He came to seo his son, Mr J. B. Tscharner, who is seriously ill. Mrs. U. W. Hobson who has been quito ill for the past two woeks is able to sit up. Her many ftiends will be glad to learn of this. Mrs. obt. Downman and Mrs. Mc Donald have returned to their home in Fort Worth, Texas, after a pleasant visit to their mother, Mrs. Win. Cam eron. Mr. E. M. Womach, chief rate clerk ol tho Santa Fe, is at the Royal. Yesterday he presented every lady in tho hotel with a boqnet of fragrant oape jessamines. Rev Dr. and Mrs S. A. King left this af ernoon via the Co'ton Uel: fjr Hot Springs, Ark , wh-re they go to attend the annual session o the Gen eral Assembly ot the Presbyterian church. Mrs. S F. K:rksey, we are glad to state is improving slightly the last two days. If she improves sufficiently, and we think she will, wih present prospects, she will be taken by her father, Dr Landrum, and her husband, to Cerulean Springs, Ky. Milton Evorett, Esq., tho popular and gonial chief rate olerk of the San Antonio nd Aransas Pasa milway u in the city. Mr. Kvcrett aside from his many other qualifications has a national rej u'ation as one of the finest tarpon fishermen in the South. Hair-Dressing'. I have secured tbe services of Mies GeitloDnvlB of New York Cit) , la (Ilea' nitUtlc hair drcesor. Bangs cut and curled and lmlr drees o I iu the latest b yles. Children' t hair cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten mluntes with drer. Hair mailo to order, wigs, bangs, braids, etc. MRS. B. J. DOSS, 400 AUSTIN ST. flABK TOjraiz can bate ani a wmn canaew; find yiown vriUi Jrouble can cope, Silt size cant Mask fer clones jo jmecboji she knows, Clairette Soap N.KsEAIHBANK&ca 5 St. Louis. Wpt ImAarilft .1 Cx3 p i P3 $ r5 I"? .. r f-1 o en ss . fcj aa 5 o J) a tJ6f -t-ii 1 i 1 11 in o Li () 3 a. 03 ro CD CD C3 Pa m m ""eS-' td n X G w WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD, Iu fact, everything y-u -need for your house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of Sli Knnw Ilnr l'apa. A little girl aged nine called her fathej to her bedside tho other evening. "Papa,'' Baid tho little diplomat, "I want to a&k your advice." "Well, my littlo dear, what is it about?" "What do you think it would bo best to give mo ou my birthday?" Texas Siftinca. What 1 Know About Hardware and Trifles. Tno filling of n apple in presence of an observing mind led to the dis covery Oi the laws of gravitation. A spark foil accidentally into a mortar whore some articles were boing mix ed, the result was a horrified drug gist and tho invention of gunpowdor, without whiob ignoranoe and bubir ism would still ruin tin world and Indians and wild beasts eonld bo tub ducd only with tho greatest diflioulUy. if at all. A boiling tea kettle with steam aeitatinor the ltd and escanine at the mouth led to tho discovery of steam powr with its incalculable consequences Tho point I wish to make is that seemingly small matters may lead to mo&t unexpected results. The awcoping out of nails, tho wast ing of a piece of twino or wrapping paper are unimportant trifles, but tho principlo upon which they aro based may oauso failuro and ruin I have now in stook 60 gross Mason's fruit jars, 800 bundles haybaling ties, 50 tons barbed and smooth wire, 10 tons staples, 1000 kegs cut nails, 500 kegs who nails,(tho latter I rotai! at 5c a lb,) 300 bundles sheet iron, 10,000 feet oak, ash and hickory lumber, 200 oases lamp ohimnoys and a full line of all other kinds of hardware, at bot tom prices. Yours for hardware Ed. Strauss, Corner Fourth and Mary Streets, KCURT1S & 0RAND Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. THE LATEST NOVELTIES. Now table casters for holding ferns bavo wide flaring perforated edges. Coral and bells la not a misnomer. The hulls aro silver and tho utem coral. Pearls for 1110111-11111 have been re placed by diamonds, buiull diamonds aro found even on tho less expensive pieces. , S'.ate gray is tho fashionable color. i. leather articles this season; rose du Barry, turquoise bluo and shades d green are also in vogue in London. Small round and oval lockets of plain gold aro without any other ornament than the reflections of tho highly polish ed surface. Moro elaborato lockets, still small and of the samo shapes, have jew els set gyrw fashion in tho center. In bowknots Napoleon blue is a favor ite, and at its best when crossed by gold lines; gold bows with tassel-liko ends aro an innovation. Horseshoes and hearts aro tied by bows. A curious design has a bowknot on which rests a pink shnll holding a pearl. Toothbrush holders made like ring bolder., that is, with a standard rising from the center of a base edge with repousse work, with tho addition of three loops two-thirds of the distance from base tosu,ip rt tho brushes, have been recently .. r 'icd. Knaim I y I y has almost ontirelj i superseui-'i .1 :. t r mourning wear. Its dead. : is- . li. surface is moro ai propriato for deep mourning, and it ca also bo lightened better by coutrast with gold and btones. In form, floral de signs aro preferred to all othora, and ol tlieso the violet, pansy and wild roso. Jewelers' Circular. -THE- Cotton Belt Route- (St. Louis couth western Ky.) TO- St. Louis, Cairo, taphis AND ALL POINTS UK YOND. (lort unit ltiiMiirnn. I have sometimes beon asked if GKk will help a man in his business. Aly answer is that it is for tho mnn to help God in his business. If tho man's busi ness is God's business then God will help him in it; but if it be not God's business why should ho expect that God will help him in it? Thoro is but ono business in tho world worth anyono's attention. It is tho business of lovo, of service, of helpfulness to others. If one bo engaged in this business, if his mind is firm in this undivided and settled purpose, and if he behoves that God is working at this busiuess also and in tho samo spirit of lovo ho will bo at perfect peace, bo causo his purposo is firm nnd ho is work' ing nnder a great, wise, trusted leader Dr. Abbott in Christian Union. Vreo Reclining Chair Cum and Pullman Ballot Sleoport, Two Daily Trains To MEMPHIS UtJ ALL POINTS BBTOND. !Tlio Only Line w Sr to eoanseUng rodi atUBHPHIS wiu out a loag and d!iajrrrhU omnibus tranc iur aorvMUiseltj. T e Only Line wtthp, peu itrrio btvn OST WOHTB a&d VfXMPIITH. TUe Only Line wttnu.ro-.herx vie between HBH PITTS i polnli In CHJ TK<HX1S. The Shortest Route TO ALL POENT8 rN TfcTK Bo-atlieast a Taxm7.lnet kTthTOVi:htl(i)rtKoniti '0! ThB Cotton Belt Route Bete, nup Udm tablet mil M tnformattm irUI b chwrfcltr fwjiUb! -f tpiMrtlnn id esy agent of tlio company, o- B.ja.OJLRTJBS. W,H. t,rltZLJB. Sleeper, Chifton & Co., Ladies ooze Oxfords $2.50, SIJ and 4. Tfltttf Gabert Bros aro tho JL .Illf' loading tailors. They have tbe finest workmen in tho state, and aro artists in cutting and fitting. If yru would'be well dressed give thoma all. Sleeper, (Jlifiou & Co , Ladies' Ox ford TioB 2 Ladies Oxford Tios $2.50, Ladies Ox ford Ties $3. g uHvlHfv m