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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY 15 1892.
OI5K. KTE1W HOME
We Have Moved into our Own Build
ing, Corner Sixth street, Nos. 525 and
527 Austin Ave. We are receiving1 our
All New and Bright and Stylish. Not
one cent's worth of old goods. The
choicest selections of Foreign and Do
mestic Novelties. All the latest
Call a,:n.3. See "U"s.
DO YOU NEED
Bill Heads, Statements,
GIRCULflRS OR DODGERS?
Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags
or Talkers of any sort?
is ruhLY j:juivi'j:i
and if you want the very
work at the lowest price,
to The News with your ordc
The News Ib not responsible for nor
will It pay any bills unless authorized
by a written or verbal order from the
The Cotton Belt will sell round
trip tiokotsto Now Orleans on account
Mardi Gnu, Feb. 2S and 2o at $15 30.
V. S. GlLLUSl'IE.
Tho partnership heretofore existing
beween myself and L. Levinski in the
saloon business conducted at tho
Turf saloon in Waco is dissolved.
The business will bo conduotcd by
the undorsigned for and on behalf of
his own account. C. J. Stanzel.
Strictly In It.
Tho proprietor of the Jtoyal Barber
Shop and their officiont assistants are
strictly in it. A bettor shavo, hair
out or bnth cannot bo found anywhero
in the oity than there. Give them a
Lidies. we havo just received fresh
stock of (lower Becds.
W. L. Tooksr,
"Lion Drug Store.
The Texas & Pacific Railway
EL PASO ROUTE.
The direct line to Shrevepor an-1 Now Orleans,
to Texarkaim, ttcniphls. bt L hIp, the
North and E -m, :md to all points
la Tex is, Old and New
Mexico. Ariz n i,
Colorai o nnil California.
The Kavorltc Line via Sacramento to Oregon
and Wng ln-iton. Only line offering
Choice oriloutcs to Point In the
Southeast, via Texarkana,
Shrevtpurt an J
New Or. cans.
TAKE "THE ST. LOUIS LIMITED"
Between Ft. Worth and St. Louis.
The Fastest Time between Teias anc the
North and East.
Double Daily Line of Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars through to of.
Louis via the
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
Through Sleeping Cars Between New Or
leans and Denver and St Louis
ana El Paso.
For raten, Tlokcte and all Information apply
to or address uuv of tho Ticket agents or
0. 1 KUOAN, GASTON MESMEIt.
Trav las8Ag't. Gen; Pass. A T. Ag't.
JOHN A. (ilt.lM'.lld Vlce-I'reo.
(Elegant room moulding slightly
amaged at your own price at Thorn p
on's B. E )
Fishing taokle of every description
with full stook of huntors supplie
H. E. A 1U0LD8.
(Tho latest dosigns in
Thompson hangs them on
walls with suoocss.)
A .1. Loslio for first-olasB watoh
clook and jewelry repairing. Same
building with H. E. Ambold Anstin
Tho Cotton Bolt will soil Bound
Trip Tiokots to Now 0 deans on Feb
ruary loth and lGth at $20 -10, on
account of the meeting of Southern
Lumber Manufacturing association.
In a few days a
now book and pe
riodical store will
will bo opened up at -101 Franklin
streot, where lovers of Literature,
Musio and Art will find all tho peri
odicals foreign and domestic, latest
novels, sheet musio and all tho Tra-La-La's
of a popular house. Keep
your eye on the placo and your mem.
ory on the number of 0. T. Ridley's
WANTi: To trwlo a don ii(iarn
pIsnuK. rentfliiK In value from US to Mi
dollar for laud? or city lots. VlilresR
Pinnoa" ItotTM I O. -J.lft nt
Mr 11. B Wells of Gatesville is in
Mr W. A. P.ittiok of Marlin is in
Mr. J. W. Orand of Wilhney is
registered at tie Pacific.
Mr. Gus".jAckksnn spent yesterday
at Fort Worth and returned homo last
Mrs. John P. Ilord left yosterday
for Memphis, Tenn , whero she will
spend a month visiting relatives and
Mr. W. C. l5rann, of Austin, the
editor of the loonoclost, is in the oity.
He will lcoture in Waco Monday
niszht, Feb. 22, subject '"The Modern
Mr. W. B. Burners ono of tho val
ued employes of Messrs. Curtis &
Orand was united in marriage this
morning to Miss Mary V. MoAlpin of
this ciu, Rev. Mr. Pago officiating.
Mrs. Goorgo Clark, presideut of tho
Waco board of lady managers fcr tho
World's Fair Association, left today
for Galveston on important business
She will hold a World's Fair meeting
in that city on the 18th.
Rev. Dr. B. II Caldwell preached
two sermons jesterday on the late
Bev. Charles Iladdon Spurgeon Tho
morning sermon was the memoraial
sermon proper, Tho evening sermon
detailed the lifo work of that great
divine. There was a large audience
to hear both sermons.
MO DENE! MOOENE!
A sure remedv for. re
moving superfluous hair.
FOR SALE AT
400 4 AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Hardware and
Good credit is a valuable asset for
an individual or firm, but strange and'
anomolous as it may appear, tor a city,
it is a misfortune. A city, like a fam
ily, nas many real and imaginary.
wants right Irom the start, both fami-.
lies and cities grow, but the expense
of tho latter usually crows faster than.
the income. School houses, hospitals
oity halls, sewers, paved htrcets otc
follow each other in rapid suocession.
Whatever a city buys or builds, gene
rally costs more than private people
pay for liko services. Valuable fran.
chiscs seldom bring the city anything
Whenever a city undertakes the man
agement of gas or water works, finan
cial failure is tho usual outcome. It
aon 1 iaue me "latners ol a youegl
city long to learn that tne taxes are
inadequate to mako the "needed im
provements" and they oommenoe bor",
rowing. Should any cool-headed.
councilman objcot, ho is voted down as.
a "mossback 'and "old fogj When
a city goes in debt once, there is sel
dom any stop to it. It grows like an
avalanche until the city's credit is ex
hausted, tht sooner that point is
reaohed tho better for tho taxpayer
On account of overstook, I have ro-
ancea iraivanizea nam wire to nc a.;
lb, wiro nails to 5c a lb with a oorrps
ponding reduction by the keg. MyJ
stock ot iron steel and motals is prob
ably the largest in Texas. I keep
not less than 25 tons bar iron, 20 tons
black and galvanized sheet iron, la
tons corrugated irou, 150 boxes tirw.
plate, ono ton of zinc, and 1-2 ton of.,
solder in stook. My prices cannot bo.
undersold. Yours for hardwarq..
En Strauss'. .
ALL OVEK TOWN.
Tho Pastor's Union met this morn
ing at Young Men's Christian Asso
Thoso who failed to hear tho lec
turo of Mrs. Maud Lord Drake, the
spiritualist )0terday afternoon missed
The finance icommitt'ee'will ""meet
this aftornoonat 4 o'clock to considor
tho matter of the sale of tho oity
Waoo has a now Savings Bank with
a oapital stook of $100,000. The d!
rectors aro W. D. Majfield.J. D. Boll,
E. M Ewing, Otis W. David, John D.
Mayfield, II. G. Bostwiok and 0. L.
CONRAD! CONRAD! CONRAD!
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC
While it is true I have been chosen flic President or the LonU.'
ana State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, IstJD'
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Cora
paay, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as an other
business communications should be addressed to me here as heretofore
LOK BOX 13S8 New ORLeANa LA
X - -
ON THURSDAY FEB. 11th
Next door to ths present stand we
Where we will be pleased to
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.
CURTIS & ORAND
5i 1lfs'!xmSuiSi H
foves and House Furnishing Goods
CTfJRTKB & ORAND
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,
W. Oambhok, '. Ice Pretldonu
Fixst Ja,tioEi.eLL LBemJs:.
waco, : : tbxas
OAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AJJD PROFITS. f 85,000.
vlT?.Kr,lT'.!BJ!,?' Hct"n' Wm 0Rm"0I. Tom Padgltt. J..-K. Roe., W.V. Tort, W. M.
Kenett I) H w.il.co, W. K. Dunnlca, Vm. lir.u.tedt, M. i :ooper
.mtit0!"tt wl """V: n"kere' Merchant! nd other, are solicited Wo poateea utup...ni
acuities for making oolloottons.
now occupy, Sixth and Austin St,
see our numerous old friends and
J. H, B08M, Oibln.
A. I. liituw