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THE WACO NEWS, WEDNESDAY MAY iS i892.
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The Kellum & Rotau Investment Go
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, T. C. TI1JBS. J. K. ROSE,
President. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
mm ice mm spsucEpraG sqmpuny,
ICE, COLD STORACE ANDCOAL.
J-A.S. B. EGKA.3&T, - Svi.periziteiid.eiit
K Botan, rrofliUnt
Wm. Oambuoi Ice Presidents.
To Padbitt. )
waco, : : TfiX.v
OAFITAL, f 600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFIT8, $85,000.
imtEOTOBafi. Rotsn, Wm. Cameron. Tom Hadgltt. J. K. Hofe, V . V. Tort, W. M.
Tellett, D. 11. WalUce. W. H. Dannies, Wm. Hranitedt, M. A Coupct
BrTAocounts of Banks, Hnkr6, Merchant and otheri are solicited Wo poetess auinrpaii.il
adUtleo forroaklcj? collections.
W. W. Selev, Pres.
T. B Dockery,
CAPITAL $135,000
THE WACO STATE BANK
Cor. Fifth and Austin Avo., Waco, Texas.
TSSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE
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The paper for the Busi
ness man 9 the 9fech-
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More Local News than was
Ever Printed in a Waco
Daily before and
When yon ee it in The
Iews yon know it
Is So.
EEEflE.
BTNZZXtilMU' mu nFiytBPM'BWM
Read aid keep Posted
J. K, Rom, Caihln
A l Brown, v Assistant
) Cashier.
M. A. Sullivan, Cashier.
Ass't Cashier.
SURPLUS $50,000
available in all parts of the world.
Artisan.
PERSONAL.
Miss Willie MoMahon is very ill.
Mr. 0. F. Ilodgcrs of Houston Is in
tho city.
Mr. Dell Ilatoli of Lorena was in
tho oity today.
Mr. T. 13. Lvnch. of the Cotton
Belt, is in tho oity.
Mr. J. B. Reed, claim agent of tho
Katy, is in tho oity.
Mr. W. H. Cocswoll. of Dallas.
traveling passougor and freight agent
of tho Santa Fo, is at tho Royal.
Misses Klara nnd Raima Olsun of
San Antonio arc guests of Miss Cora
B. Uanuteson on North lufth street.
Mr. Goorgo L Sands, goncral super
inlendont of tho San Antonio and
Aransas Abbs railway, is registered at
the Hojal
Mr. T. 11. .lenninfrs. nf (Grants Pahs
rf 0, ... . .
Oregor, is visiting his daughter, Mrs.
J. 0. Birkhoad. He will bo here
about a week.
Mr. W. L. Gatlin and Misses Bes
sie and Zetta Gathn and Minnio Stef
fons of Abilene bavo apartments at
the New MoClolland.
Mr. A. K. Howard, cashier of the
International and Great Northern, at
Palestino is in tho oity. Ho is accom
panied by Mrs. Howard
Mr. W. B. Fakes loft for Ross and
other places today on one of his "ahot-
giin" speaking tours, and is accompa-
nieu Dy Shell tic-gun, Esq.
Mr. T. E Swann, chief clerk of the
passenger department of the Missouri,
Kansas ana I exas railway, is in the
city to attend the meeting of rate
clerks.
Mr. J. W. Davis and Mr Waller S.
Bakor .vill discuss tho relative merits
of Judgo Clark and Gov. Hoee Satur
day night at Bosquevillo tho former
representing Judqo Claik and the
latter Gov. Hogg.
Halr-Dressinp.
I have aocured ttte Bert ires or.Mlf.i
GettleDiiTlaof New York Cltj, la
dles' aitUUc hnlr dresser. Bangs
cut atnl curled and balr drcsel In
the ltcM s jles. Children' t hair
cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten
iuiuutesnUudr,er. Hair made to
order, 'Vlijp, bancs braids, eto
MRS R. .1. BOSS,
400 AUSTIN ST.
What 1 Know About Hardware
and Trifles.
Tne falling of n apple in presence
of an observing mind led to the dis
covery of the laws of gravitation. A
spark fell accidentally into a mortar
wnere some articles were Doing mix
od, tho result was a horriGed drug
gist and the invention of gunpowdor,
without whioh ignorance and barbar
ism would still rulo tho world and
Indians and wild boasts oould bo sub
ducd only with tho greatest diffioulLy.
if at all A boiling tea kettle with
steam imitating the lid and escaping
at the mouth led to the discovery of
steam power with its incalculable
consequences- Tho Doint T wish tn
make is that seemingly small matters
may lead to most unexpected result.
Thu Bwcoping out of nails, tho wast-
ingoiapiece ol tuino or wrapping
paper aro unimportant tr.lies, but tho
principle uoou which thev aeo haund
may oauso failure and ruin I have
now in stock 60 cross Mason's fruit
jars, 800 bundles haybaling ties, f0
tons Darned ana smooth wire, 1U tons
staples, 1000 kegs cut nails, 500 kegs
wiro nails,(tho latter I rotail at 5c a
lb,).300 bundles sheet iron, 10,000
feet oak, ash and hickory lumber, 200
oases lamp chimnoys and a full line
of all other kinds of hardware, at bot
tom prices. Yours for hardware.
Ed. Strauss,
Corner Fourth and Mary Streets.
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A petition lias "been" circulated at Sli
dell, La., asking all alien working peo
ple to leave town. Somo negroes left.
White foreigners have armed themselves
nd propose to protect their homes.
An engine boiler at Shamokin, Pa ,
exploded, killing C. C. Campbell and
Frank Brockieu and injuring George
Benton and two others.
National executive board of state
labor coiamibsionors is in session at
Chicago. Tho annual convention will
bo hold at Denver, May 124 and 25.
Jerry Simpson says tho Farmors' Al
lianco will carry eight and possibly nino
states this year.
Hill is IlllnOSt nfirhlin tn ho naVml o...
oarrassing questions about silver coinage
on his southern trip.
Tho exorbitant bill of the undertakers
who had charge of Itopreseutativo
Houk'B funeral will bo cut down.
Burglars at Chicago looted Chief
Pinkexlon's house.. .
CONRAD ! CONRAD ! CONRAD !
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC
Whflr it is true I have been chosen ihe President of the Louk.
na State Lottery Company, vice M. A, DAUFHIN, deceased, IsUB
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co
pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all other
business communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore
PAUL CONRAD,
LCK BX I96B NEW ORLEANS LA.
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WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
In fact, everything you need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish
ment of
oCURTIS & 0RAND
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin
A Modern Allien lun'n Dilemma.
"Did 1 ever tell you," said Thalia to a
reporter, "my nwful experienco tho only
time 1 was over honored by a cull fiom
tne elder Salvini? .My sister hud 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 irrepressible ten-year-old
nephew. An accursed impulso
whispered to mo that a hot bath was a
good remedy for headache.
"1 was in my bath wrap, my dripping
hair hanging about mo, when tho bell
rang. Oh.hor.orl Tho name on tho card
which Jack poked under tho door was
Tjmaso Salvini! 1 knew ho scarcely
understood a word of English. 'Jack,'
I gasped, 'say aftor mo till you get it,
"Madamo D. ost sortie," and then go in
and firo it oil at him. Ilo'U know what
it is if you don't. Ilo'll go away.' So
said, so doue. Tho littlu scamp caught
tho words quickly aud ropeatcd them
glibly.
"Fancy my anguish whoa Signor Sal
vini begun 10 question, to regret, to dep
recate i.i a " od of swift French, Jack
gazing 111 nt . !) nthed terror, 1 on
tho verge of 1 .t.ih sy behind tho bath
room dour. .1 u ! uoro it as long as ho
could, and then his sky piercing accents
roso upon tho air. '1 don't know what
you'ro driving atf wailed ho. 'All 1
know is that she told mo to say sho was
sortie, and I'vo said itf Don't ask me
tho rest. 1 collapsed in tho bathtub
and toro my hair aud wept.'' Boston
Commonwealth.
Air Strata Over Cities.
Tho popular idea that tho higher one
gets in tho city air tho puror the atmos
phere becomes, has been disproved by
evidonco given before a select committee
on houso of commons ventilation in Lon
don. It is found that tho nir of cities
like London, whore soft coal is burned,
is purest at thirty or forty feet from tho
ground. Lower than that tho dust is
encountered and higher tho smoke from
tho chimneys.
These conclusions wore urrived at
from experiments with frames of wood
coverod with blanketing matorial put
at different olovations ono on top if tho
clock tower at Wostminstor, another on
tho highest point of tho roof and othors
at various heights down to tho court
yard. After five hours' oxposuro there
wore found to bo moro smuts at high
elovations than at low, but on tho lovol
of tho conrtynrd there wore considera
ble quantities of dust
Tho inforonco from theso oxporimenta
is that tho common notion that tho high
est stories of tho tallest blocks of Hats
aro dosirablo for their salubrity is apt to
bo a mistaken one, and that beyond forty
foot nothing is gained by going higher
unless n very great height somo say 400
or pqo f eot is roachod. - l ' "'
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Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
AN OltniNAMCK.
An Ordinance to Amend Artielo 5b'4
of the Digest of Oity Ordinances of
tho City of Waco.
Be it ordained by the oity oouncil
of the oity of Waoo:
Section 1. That article 584 of tho
Digest of the oity ordinances of tho
city of Waco shall be so amended as
to read as follows: Whoever in this
oity shall on Sunday sell, offer for ealo,
givo away, or in any other manner dis
pose of any spirituous, vinous, or other
intoxicating liquors, or shall keep open
tho doors of any barroom, saloon, or
other house or plaoo whero any such
liquors are kept or sold, or shall play at
any gamo of billiards, pool, bagatelle,
jenny lind, pigeon nolo, base ball or
any other game of chance, at which
anything of value is lost or won, or
shall be ongaged in running any horso
race, or shall engage in matoh shoot
ing, or shall discharge any firo arms
at or in any gun shop or shooting gal
)o?y, or shall on Sunday march in any
jnocession, or otherwise, with musio,
through tho streets or other publio
plHces, or shall play on any musica
instiument in any publio place so aB
to disturb tho peace and quiet of
others, shall bo deemed guilty of a
misdomeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be fined in any sum not
lepfl than twenty nor more than fifty
dollars.; provided, that eo much of this
artielo as refers to processions and
music shall not apply to funeral pro
coBsions nor to cases where the mayor
shall have given written permission.
Sec. 2. That this ordinanco shall
take effect and bo in force from and
after its passage.
Passed October 15, 1891
Note 'Ihe foregoing ordinanoe,
not having been signed by tho mayor
nor roturned to the council with his
objections thereto within three days
aftor its passage, thoreupon beoamo a
law without his signature
Jonev J ONES,
City Secretary.
The Behr,
The latest addition to our stock of
strictly first-class pianos, is the Behr
Bros., an instrument with a tone that
is orchestral, yet possessing all the
delicate sweetness of a lute with
Steinway, Weber, Emerson, Chicker.
iug, Ivrs & Powd and Behr. No
hungry musical soul can leave our
store unsatisfied.
Thos. Gocqan & Bro.
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