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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARYS 1892.
SITUATION IVlM'I'.U-ny Oermnn
ulrl torto hon work. lillrop. lhe
Fronchtfskory. 5 lOSiulhUtli street 2-U 3t
LOST-Hotweon Hlfi Mroetnnil tbo 'ity
IIr.11. on UHlln r Franklin BtirotB, !I2U.
Tin ten lnl rljtllB nnil one twenty. Hiiiler
will plon-e return to tli'a ollljo ami tio liberally
tewnrdeil. 2-rj H
Our Store will be Closed
Friday morning we open
ready for business at the
former liewine Bros5
stand, corner of Sixth
Miss Nellie Reese left for Austin
at noon today to visit her sister Mrs.
Ex-Governor L. S. Ross, is in tho
city Ho is a guost ot the jNow ftio-
Mr. J 0. Ellis advaoco agent for
Uhas. A. Gardner, is iti the oily. Ho
is stopping at tho Royal.
Mr. Walter Golson of Dallas arriv
ed in the oity this morning to ppend
a few days with his many friendt).
Col. 11. M. Garter, general passcn
tfpr nirnrit nf tho Cotton Bolt railway.
is in the oity on business connected
with his road.
Mess. Horaco Pickett, W. M Kellctt,
W. U. Walson, V. H. Cameron, V.
V. Fort and Win. BrookB. loft today
for a weeks hanting. Thov went
south as the guests of Mr. Maxwell,
superintendent of tho M. K. & T., in
hiB privato car.
' A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
Wliile it Is true 1 have been chosen flic President or the LonW
ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, laUTj
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Com.'
pany, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as all other
business communications should be addressed to mc here as heretofore
1.VOK BOX 1353 NKW ORLEANS LA,
GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL
DO YOU NEED
A sure remedv for re
moving superfluous hair.
FOR SALE AT
400 AUSTIN ST.
"ON THURSDAY FEB. 11th
WE WILL MOVE
Next door to ths present stand we now occupy, Sixth and Austin St.
Where we will be pleased to sec our numerous old friends and
fl flj Letter Heads,
Bill Heads, Statements,
GlRCULftRS OR DODGERS?'
Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags
or Talkers of any sort?
is fully r.QUivvmt
and if you want the very finest
work at the lowest price, come
to The News with your orders.
Editor of the New.
That "tarn on-examiner," H. A.
Ivy, "A. M. Principal," (and who is
also an attorney), and who has never
qualiGed himself or tho position he
now holds, except in his own school,
if in that, his for a reason best known
to himself dropped all his titles and
tbo namo of tho institution over which
ho presides, (giving tho latter in this
way the best ad. it his yet had), and
has resumed tho 'practico of the law"
attho corner of Fourth and Mary. lie
now poses as a man of restitution, bat
whether his reputation is tor making
a failure or rendering himself ridicu
lous and silly before the public, ho has
notsatPtl. A man who is bloated
with gall and egotism and docs not
possess the judgment oi a common 24
year old boy, has no business in the
sohool rffom. After having used the
I name of tbo commercial department
of the Baylor Univerfity in his ridic
ulous manner. 1 am constrained to be
lieve that if ho has tho courago and
the manhood to tonder his resignation,
to the board of trustees, thov will
promptly accept it. They lenoxo and
he doesn't that ono business can never
succeed by assailing another. It they
do not retire him from further ser
vice as its distinguished "prinoij a'" it
will bo out of sympathy fjr him, for
in the very nature of things his next
business must be peddling stuffed
squirrels. R. II. Hill.
Waco, Feb. 12, 1892.
Lidies. we have just received fresh
stook of flower seeds.
W. L. TnoKEit,
"Lion Drug Store.
What I Know About Cotton
Several good crops and considera
ble speculative buying during tho
boom years of '89 and '90, a heavy
surplus which has beenjgrowing from
year to year, or, in one word "over
production" is at tho bottom of the
present low price of cotton. Unfor
tunately many farmers and merchants
who intended to hold their cotton for
higher pricos held and are holding it
for lower prices. Of course tho price
of cotton will fluctuate as usual, but
no high-priced cotton year need to be
expected until the surplus i used up.
Relief will come in two ways. 1. Tho
low price of cotton fabrics will stim
ulate consumption all over the world
and will draw it into new channels.
2. Short orop years or smaller
acreage, or both, will losson the sup
ply. Thea.e processes are slow. It
may take 2 to 4 yearB to bring the
cotton market into a sound condition
I have just received h car a( steel
good) such as hoes, rakes, forks eto ,
a oar of horso shoes, the Burden, XL
steel, snow, cowboy and toe weight
patterns, a car of sheet iron, black and
galvanized smooth and corrugated.
My prices are rock bottom on these
goods wholesale and retail.
Tho News Is not responsible for nor
will It pity any bills unless authorized
by a written or verbal ordor from tho
(Elegant room moulding slightly
damaged at your own prico at Thomp
son's K. E.)
Tho partnership hcrotoforo exi&tiug
boween mysolf and L. Lovinski in the
saloon business oonduoted at tho
Turf ealoon in Waoo is dissolved.
The business will bo conducted by
tho undersigned for and on bohalf of
his own account. C. J. IIanzel.
A Sound Llvor Makes a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Constlpatednnd
trouuioa wuu juijom sioKUeau
aoho, Bad Taste In Mouth, Flln"
Breath, Coated Tonguo, Dyspepsia
Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in
Back and betwoen tho Shoulders,
Chills and Feyer, &o. If you have
auy of these symptoms, your Llvor is
out of order your blood is elowly
bomg poisoned, because your Llvor
does not act properly. Hkhbinb 'a-111
cure any disorder of the Llver,8tom
ach orHowels. It has no equal as a
Liver Modiciue. Price 75 cents. Free
Rumple bottle atH. C. Riahor'B Drug
Our junior partner is now in New York working
hard and our shelves will soon be replete with all
the novelties that our American and European
markets can produce.
Look out for grand bargains 'when we open.
Our new quarters will be well lighted by two
elegant skylights which are now in course of con
struction, which will make our new quarte.s pleas
ant and comfortable to our customers.
Thanking our friends for their liberal patronage
and support extended to us during the past quarter
of a century, we trust in the future, by kind and
attentive treatment, to merit the same.
I n' nm n new kk ant p-
!"U Bll rir.Hir.al alnro !11
Tho Cotton Belt will bell Round
Trip Tickots to New Oilcans on Feb
ruary 15th and 16th at $20 10, on
account of tho meeting of Southern
JiUmber Manufacturing association
will bo nponcd up at 401 Franklin
street, wliero lovers of Literature,
Music and Art will find all tho peri
odicals foreign aod domestio, latest
novels, sheet musio and all tho Tra-La-La's
of a popular house. Keep
your cyo on the placo and your mtm.
ory on the number of O. T. Ridley's
A Kniiurkuhlu ItlHlui.
In tho Seventeenth century Bishop
Wilson was sent to tho Islo of Man
then containing a lawless and igno
rant community with such uulim
ited power over clergy and peoplo
that it is a wonder ho succeeded in
doing good rather than evil. A ty
rant did ho prove, but a loving ono,
and all Manxmen today bless the
good bishop's name. In time of fam
ino ho throw open his own houso to
tho needy and gavo without stint,
asking no man whether ho woro
saint or sinner, but only if ho hun
gered. When his own means were gono ho
begged from England, though ho was,
as ono historian declares, "a man who
would not have held out his hat to
save his own lifo."
Ho nover desired preferment, but
clung to his own thorny road with
tho zeal of ono who has renounced
material good for tho lovo of tho
''See, my lords," said Queen Caro
lino ono day, as ho approached tho
crowd of churchmen who surrounded
her, "horo is a bishop who does not
como for translation."
"No, pleaso your majesty," said
Wilson, "I will not leavo my wifo in
her old ago becauso sho is poor."
His island was, indeed, a poor spot,
but ho had wedded it for lifo.
A lluby ulth 11 Tall.
Tho newspapers many years ago
had a stoiy of a boy who wtis bora at
Noweastloon-Tyno with a tail about
oa inch ami a half long which, when
sucking, ho wagged as a token of
pleasure. Popular Bciouco Monthly.
In the manufacture of bread boxes three
Ioieu ucuuiuiuiBii mint mjuucu) ihju, w
1878, thirteen men and women working together.
CURTIS & GRAND-
BffiCgp To O-Lr 3STe-sx7- Store.
loves and House Furnishing Goods
CTCJRTISB & OVL AND
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,
J, W. Makh, Proetdent.
R. Kotan, ,
tVu. CiMBnoN, '-Vice President!.
Ton Padqitt. 1
. K. nosi, Ceibl"
W. V. Font 1 Assistant
U. O. Piscookb, I Cashiers.
Piist IfcTaitioELeil LBaiinJs,
CAPITAL, $600,000, STJRPLTJB AND PROFITS, ft 00.OOO.
nillKOTOltH-1. W. Mann. E. Botan, Wm. Cameron. Tom Padgttt, J. K. Roue, W.T
Tort, W. M. Kellett, Travis, T. Jones, W. K. Dnnnlca, Wm. Breuitedt, M. A (Jooper.
KSTAoooantB of Banks, Bankers, MorehtnW tndotneri are solicited We possess n nr'" "'
acuities formalins collections.