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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 24 i892.
8 t: w The Kellum & Rotan Investment Co -3:01 1-2 -AuULStln. St. ojpi'T-jl $509ooo. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N.'tMcMULLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. J. W. MANN, , T. C. TIHBS, J- K. ROSE President. Vice-President. Sec. and Areas. mum isE mm refrigerating, company, ICE, COLD STORAGE ANDCOAL. As. B. lECKA-OSI", - Svj.perT.ntend.en.t K. Boian, President Vm. Caxhbos, 'Ice President!. Tom Padoitt. ) J. K, Kobb, Caihlot. A L. BnonN, V Assistant ) Cashlor. irst N"a.tioan.a.l BaianJs:. WACO, : : TKXAS CAPITAL, f 600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. 185,000. DIRECTORS K. Rotan, Wm. Oamoron, Tom Padgltt, J. K. Rose, W. V. Tort, W. M. Kellett, D. B. WalNce, W. B. Dnnnlca, Wm. llrenitxlt, M. A tioupu fAocoants of Bants, Bankers, Merchants and others are solicited We possess uniarpaiitd acllltlefl formating oolleotlons. W. W. Seley, Pres. M. A. Sullivan, Cashier. T.B Dockery, Ass't Cashier. CAPITAL $135,000 SURPLUS 850,000 1- THE WACO STATE BANK Cor. Fifth and Austin Ave., Waco, Texas. TSSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE available in all parts of the world. T3ie paper for the JBui ness man, the Mech anic, the Artisan. 8P1 B lfc IF 8 1 V 1 PERSONAL. Mr. John B Niohols, of Crawford, is in the city. Mr. Eustaco McCulloch of Austin, is at the Royal. Mr. W. H. Cartwright of Fort Worth, is iu the city. Mr. C E. Lewis, cow coroner of tho Cotton Belt, is in the city. Judge E. 0. Heath and Mr. W. 1 Jones, of Rockwall, are guests of the New McClelland. Mr. Ed. ForSRurd left Sunday for California where ho will mako h.s homo in the future. Mr. J. M. Means, the popular traveling representative of the Pied mont Air Line, is at the Pacfic. Hon. Marion Martin was at the New McClelland last night. He was on his way from Corsicana to Beltou where he speaks today. Mr. J. G. Adams vre aro sorry to say is very ill with iovor. A rolapfe from a long 3 weeks Bpcll wo wish him a speedy rooovery. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Byrno leave to night forRomo, Ga., whero they were called on account of tho serious ill nesi of Mrs. Haynio Mrs. Byrne's mother. Mr. A. J. Whitehead traveling passenger agent of the Chicago, Cleve land, Cincinnati and St. Louis rail way is in the oity. His head quartos aro in Dallas. Mr. 0. Robinson, the well known dry goods uicrohant left Sunday for a visit to friends and relatives in tho northern and eastern states. Early next month ho will sail from Now York for his old home in Germany, whero ho will spend tho summer. Hair-Dressing. I have socured the services of Miss Geitto Davis of New York City, la dles' attUtlc hair dreseor. Bangs cut anil curled and hair drcstel In the Utest sljles. Children' o hair cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten minutes with dryer. Ilalr made to order, wigs, bangs, braids, etc. MRS. B. J. BOSS, 400 AUSTIN ST. A woman may seuf.,and a Woman may spin. And a Woman mav vJorK all dav. ButLwtad GirstTeP corner into her house Then vanish all troubles away. (CLMDIf1ETTE0APciaoHA0 SI H 3 fe O gi rBO?5 o Cfi 1 l" njsiFl!i CO o m n tn - td Q. f f J 2 cd co r frt o 00 m OJ "1 CD More Local News than was Ever Printed in a Waco Daily before and When yon see it in The News yon know it Is So. What 1 Know About Hardware and Interest. Tho laws which regulato interest aro simular to ihoso which regulate in surance Tho risk of loss determines the rate. Semo property can ho in sured at 1 per cent , some at 2 1 2 per cent-, some at 5 per oent. and some property oannot be insured for less than 10 por cent. Powder houses and oil bouses cannot bo insured at all. Some citizens of Waco can borrow all the money they want at 5 per cent., others have to pay 16 per cent.; others cannot borrow any money at any rate. An act to regulate tho ripe and fall of tho Mississippi river or the rise and fall of tho thermometer, would bo no more absurd than an act to regulate the rate of interest or insurance. Our law makers in their great wisdom (?) thought that a 10 por cent, usury law would oause money lenders to run after borrowers and beg them to take their money at a low rate. If any bor rower has been overwhelmed with of fers of cheap money, tho faot has never been made known. No one will pay 15 per oont. for money unless it will cost him moro not to borrow, but under tho law, loans whoso risk is worth more, than 10 per oont. oannot bo made at all. I loaned our visiting firemen a largo lot of knives and forks and tea spoons for one meal. Tho knives and forks I off or now at 50 cents a set. The same kind new are cheap at 75 cents. The Bpoons heavy triple tinned steel, I offer at 25 gents a sot, now ones oost 40 cents. 1 have just unloaded a car of roofing pitoh and tHr paper which is used for gravel roofs also to keep moths out of woolens. Remem ber that I am headquarters for Mason fruit jars and hay baling ties. Ed. Strauss, Corner Fourth and Mary Streets. s One complete plant of machinery and large cxporionco enables us to do tho best of work at lowest prioes. Dallas Scuken Co. WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD. In fact, everything you need for your house can be found at the Mammoth Establish ment of CURTIS Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. & ORAND THE Mm IEESM MEW1! AN S-PACE, 48-COLUMN PAPER. Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News. Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until JANUARY 1, 1893 Address, NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY, WACO. TEXAS. W,D MAY? IKLD, President. J. D..BELL, Vice President. J0HN;D. MAYKIELD, Oaehlei The Gity Savipgs Bapk CHARTERED FEB.:12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000. No v offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable from date. Read and keep Posted Joe Lehman's restaurant is open all night now. The best in the city to get a meal . It is not only low prioes but high quality wo olaim. Dallas Sokeen Co. Diaru nds, matches, jewelry, silver waro ant. bric-abrao, all going at a great saorifico at tho groat bankrupt stock of D. Domnon & Bro.; Brown & Co., auctioneers. LiveryiTransfer StCAJ3XjBe.. O. W. DWID PROPRIETOR. The old Omml lliillillnu, Xarlh of 1'Uitn, It'AOO, TEXAS. The finost vohiclos and horscH in th oity. Cull carriages for ladies a sp S?S;fe't1 cialty and when desired, ladies can' SSmSSSOi have a driver in hverv. All trains met Prompt attention to gall orders and boarded on reasonable terms. - zxz&rjmmumstmamj.iS'SiisvmjmM.ji satisiaction guaranteed. Horses Al M''ML liBki, : - .mi MM1