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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY MAY 21 i892.
8 The Kellum & Rotan Investment Co 01 1-2 ."ULstirL St. CAPITAI $S09000. 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. V. MANN, President. T. C. TIBHS, J. K. ROSE, Vice-President. Sec. and Treas. mmu boe mm vpmmw eohipiiny, ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDSOV. . .A.S. E. EC3-u3ST, - S-o.peri11te3a.ca.orLt E.Botan, ProMdent V. Caxbboh, Ice Prosldcnti. TOU PADOITT. ) J. K, R08I, C'Ulhlt'. A I.. ISror, l Assistant ) Cashier. WACO. : : TEXAS CAPITAL, J60C.O00. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 185,000. nrUBOTORS K. Rotan, Wm. Cftmoron. Tom Padgltt. J. K. Kofi, V . V. Tott, "W. M. lillett, D. B. WalUce, W. R. Dnnntra. Win. Ureuitedt, M. A reupur EBHAoconnts or Banks, Bankers, Merohants and othr aro solicited We pomosb umnrriaii-d scuttles formaklnK collections. W. W. Seley, Pres. M. A. Sullivan, Cashier. T. B Dockery, Ass't Cashier. CAPITAL $135,000 SURPLUS 350,000 THE WACO STATE BANK Cor. Fifth and Austin Avo., Waco, Toxa s. TSSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE available in all parts of the world. I The paper for the Busi ness man, the Mech anic, the Artisan. . More Local News than was Ever Printed in a Waco "Daily before and tv, '.PERSONAL. Mr. W. G. KnifnVof Dallas is in the city. Will Martin of Terrell is at tbo PaciCc. Mr. W. II. Hen, tbo flour man, left tins afternoon for Kansas City on a business trip. Mr. J, 0. Brain of tho East Tennes see, Virginia and Goorgia railway is at the Pacific. His headquarters aro in Littlo Rock. Mrs. II. M. Eastland went to Hills boro this afternoon. Sho went to see her now grandson, who arrived yester day at tho homo of Mr. Herman East land. Mr. J V. Smith, proprietor of the Commercial saloon, has negotiated with the owners of the Pacific Hotel and will take possession of the bar in that hotel on next Monday. Mr. W. G. Seavers, formorly oity editor of tho Dap, is in the city on a visit. During his short stay in Waco Mr. Seavers inado many friends who aro glad to see him onoe more Mr. Caudle, who has been with the Pacific Hotel for some time, leaves for Cali ornia tomorrow with two other white men and nine negro wait ers and cooks. They are for Mr. Sanford Johnson's new hotal. Hair-Dressing-. I have scared tnn aertlrtis of .Mil's Usitlo Davis or New York Cltj, la dles' aitl-llo hiilr dresser. Baiiys cnt and cnrled and liair drcstet in the latest a j lea. Children t hair cut, shampooing, hair dried In ttn mluntesvtltbdrjer. Ualr made to order, wIes, hangs, braids, etc MRS. B. J. DOSS, 400 AUSTIN ST. MBjy -jf n . womn can Me and a wmn can sew; $w woman KitJi Jrouble can cope. jPulste cant waste Jier dollies Jo perfection she knows, SfirkTil& Clairette Soap N.K.E4IHBAN&&ca s St Louis. What I Know About Hardware and Trifles. Tnc falling of an apple in presence of an observing mind led to the dis covery of the laws of gravitation. A spark fell accidentally into a mortar where some articles were being mix ed, tho result was a horrified drug gist and tho invention of gunpowder, without whioh ignorance and barbar ism would still rule tho world and Indians and wild beasts conld be sub dued only with the greatest difficulty, if at all. A boiling tea kettle with steam agitating the lid and escaping at the mouth led to the discovery of strain pnr with its inoalcu'able continences- The point I wish to make is that seemingly small matters may lead to most unexpected results. The sweeping out of nails, tho wast ing of a piece of twino or wrapping paper are uuiniportant trifles, but tho principlo upon which they aro based may cause tailure ana ruin' l nave now in stock 60 gross Mason's Iruit jars, SOO bundles hsybaling ties, 50 ton barbed and smooth wire, 10 tons staples, 1000 kegs cut nails, 500 kegs wire nails,(tho latter I rotail at 5c a lb,) 300 bundles sheet iron, 10,000 feet oak, ash and hickory lumber, 200 cases lamp chimneys and a full line of all other kinds of hardware, at bot tom prices. Yours for hardware. Ed. Strauss, Corner Fourth and Maty Streets. a H S 3.J tsrSPtt 'iff s S2 X & J m g RN inrr:3"" - CD (z 4f 00 co WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD, In fact, everything yon need for your house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of f Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. a uriHHU. He mmkm mttmki mtmm When jmn see It in The Iew jmi know it Is So. County Court. A case styled Creecy vs. the Citi zens' Railway company, a suit for damages, was tried tbia morning in the oountv court, but up to the time of going to preB tho jury had not re turned a verdiot T. E. MoLain vs. tho Gulf, Colo rado and Santa Fo railway, a suit for damages for killing "a fino jersey cow," is now on trial. AN 8-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER. Contains All the Latest Politic.il, Telegraphic and Lccal News. Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until January i, 1893 m be mwi Address, NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY. WACO, TEXAS. W,D M.VYPIECD. ProsllBnt J. D..BKLL, Vice President. JOIt.H D. MAVFIKLD, Cashier The colored population is having a big picnic in the Fifth ward today. t,;ii'gs;;rm! rerrarereT'TrvreiB'grerTi'CT end inri kppii m Am IUjGU Removal Notice. J. C. Stephenson & Son, under takers, have moved from Austin street to 1 1 1 South 4th street where they are prepared to do undertaking work in the best style. They have with thorn a professional undi rtakcr and embalmor who has eiht years exper ience in a large southern city. We guarantee satisfaction. Open day and night. Telephone at store and resi dence. J . 0. Stephenson & Son, hi South 4th Street Don't bo Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh Soups, S pound cans, 30 cents caoh. Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low prices on overything. Call and soo Joe S. TiioiirsoN, The Grooor. 5, FT5"?1 , ,roi &r vs jne oity avipgs ap& CHARTERED FEB.12, 1892. AU1HORIZED CAPITAL $100,000, No v offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable from date. LiveryiTraesfer 0. W. DWJD PROPRIETOR. The old Grand UuUdlmj, Xorth of 1'laza, WACO, TUXAH. " The finost vohiclos and horseH in thr oity. Call oarriages for ladies a spo cialty and when desired, ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met. Prompt attention to all orders and boarded on reasonable terms. P satistaction guaranteed, Horses