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THE EVENING NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1893.
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Offlclal Organ of the City of Waco.
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Tho Only Democratic Dally In Con
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be dovi.itud from.
When it oomoH to Huporb Nata
tormina, Waco takes tho cake.
Tho man who wants to buy goods,
should oomo to Waco. It will pay
BnsinosH is again righting itself,
and itH hum is again heard in tho
Tho dust has coasod to fly. Tho
woathor olork has sprinkled tho
Tho firm touch of winter is upon
uh juHt a little oarly. The change
Tho debate in tho senate still
drags on. Tho friondi of silvor
are making :i gallant fight for tho
Tho eonatOMinay yetj.be able to
hold tho fort until they force a
compromiso in the interest of eilver.
The mass of tho .people, no doubt,
hope they will bo successful.
ly tho death of Mr. Malone of
tho Fort Worth Gazette, Fort
Worth and Toxas lost an able and
onthusiastio friend, and tho press of
tho statu ono of its brighost lights.
Somo of our esteemed contem
poraries are fond of laying no one
wants silver demonetized. Thoy
scorn to forgot the Wilson bill as
pasBed by the house completely de
Mr. Stewart says Mr. Cleveland
violates tho constitution when he
endeavors to uso tho power and
pitronago of his office to influence
tho action of either body of con
gress. In that Mr. Stewart it
Tho timid need not lose Bleep on
acounl of the damages to the Dem
ocratic party in this stato. It is all
right and in tho next eleotion its
jlag will still float in triumph. A
few ojilintors may fly off, but the
',rnat strong body unimpaired, is
ind will remain in fighting trim.
Tho telegraph service of Tiik
Nkws has boon for the last few
weeks a regular news drag not. Tin;
Nkws report has caught all the hvo
items and tho rend on of The Nkws
got them at onco.
Train robbery ih tho fashion in
tho Eist just now. It is also tho
fashion for Tub News to gtt tho
first notico of each new enterprise of
During tho uxuursion our hot
water wan well advertised. All ad
vertising will pay in tho long run.
A SUGAR FAlviTNE.
Proof that Manufacturers Wore
Times Democrat: Louisiana has
been particularly fortunate of late
in tho advance in tho price of its
chief "tjil"H cotton, rico and Hiigar.
Tho lirst two have advanced in
consequence of tho small crops pro'
duced, but sugar was somewhat of
a surprise. Its improvement was duo
to the discovery that there was very
httlo refined sugar in tho market. A
rise in prices and the running of the
retinerios at thoir full capacity
naturally following. The present
scarcity of sugar is tho result of tho
recent stringency. The laok of
money led all who handle sugar to
cut down their stocks and to keep
them as low as possible, as it coits
money to carry Biigar. Tho retailor
depends upon tho jobber to keep
stocks up, tho jobber depends on
tho wholesaler and the latter trusts
to the refiners, and as there was no
immediate demand on tho refineries,
they shut down. Consumption,
however, contiuued as active as
ever, and it was suddenly developed
that thoro was a very small stook of
refined sugar on the market. Tho
refineries have gone actively to work
since to supply the deficiency, but
it will take all they turn out for
some timo to come to do so.
The sugar famine, as tho New
York Journal of Commerce calls it,
is proof that the manufacturers and
jobbers were unduly alarmod at the
financial situation, and underesti
mated the demands and resources of
the pooplo. Thoy evidently thought
that there would be a decrease in
the consumption of sugar became
of "the hard timeBj" but this did
not prove tho case. On tho con
trary, the consumption kept up as
heavy as over; indeed, there has
been a steady increase in tho
amount of sugar wo use per capita,
due to the greater amount of fruit,
preserves, etc., eaten. Thii is
proof that the pooplo aro not affected
by the financial stringency as much
as was thought. If they were severe
ly affeoted the cbancei are that
there would bo a reduotion in tho
consumption of sugar, for whether
that arttole be considered a neces
sity or not, tho faot remains that
its consumption is the best test of
the prosperity of a oountry. The
fact, therefore, that it holds its
own speaks well for our family con
ditions and Btandari of comfort. It
should be noted, by the way, that
the present famine in sugar is not
the only ono prevailing, but that
there is a similar one in nails, so
great in some portions of the coun
try as actually to interfero with
It is the sugar famine, howover,
that interests Louisiana most. Wo
aro growing and soon will harvest
tho finest sugar crop over produced
in this stato. If we can do this
under favorable conditions, when
the pi ice of sugar is high, it will
moan much for Louisiana; and the
chances are that the refineries will
not be able to turn out enough
sugar to stop the famine before the
Louisiana crop is marketed and
BRIGHT AND BRIEF.
His Ilonor "Drunk and disor.
derlj. Ten dollars or ten days.
Which will you take?" Pat "O'U
take tho tin dollars, if yer honor
A Mattor of Feeling: She
"Why did you givo up youryaoht?"
Viotim of Cordage "Oh, beoauso
I couldn't boar to look at the ropes."
"Sir," said tho tramp, "can you
help a poor man who was cleaned
out o' house an' homo by the
storm?" "Yes; whore's your clear-
ing house certifioito?" Atlanta
"You are very fond of coffee, "
paid a New York hiudlady to the
new boarder when ho passed up his
cup for tho third time. "Not at
all," ho responded cheerfully," but
my duotor has recommended mo to
try the hot water cure for dyspep
sia. " Texas Siftings.
New Ones Reported for the
Tho southern industries for tho
past week are fully reported in Uiu
construction department of tho Bal
timore Manufacturers' Record, aid
inolude water works and other ,
muuieinal irnnrovenients, lumber!
mills, mining companies, mercan
tile concerns, flonr mills, tilowors,
etc. The following aro the more
important items mentioned:
Tho Attalla (A'a ) Mercantile
Co., with a capital stock of HO, 000.
Soap factory at Tampa, Fla.
Goldberg Gold Mining Co., of
Aloxander, Ga. , with an authorized
capital of $1,000,000,
Henrico Land Co., of Atlanta,
Ga.,with a capital stock of $ 30,000;
will establish manufacturing town.
Georgia Mining Co., of Augusta,
capital stook $3O,wU0.
Cave Spring (Ga ) Mercantile
Co.; capital stock f 10,000.
At Adairvillo (Ivy.) an i-SOOO
stoamery will be built by Waky &
Co., of Clarksville, Tenn.
Cocoa Fibre Mfg. Co. at No v
Orleans; capital stock -10,000.
Also at Now Orleans the Central
Warehouse it Kleator Co., with a
capital stock of .$100,000.
West Baltimore Land Co., of
Bnltimou', Mil., to establish ui3nu
Patapsco Iron Co., incorporated
at Baltimore; capital stock 25,000.
C. B. Reed interested in 25,000
tile manufacturing concern at Lands
downe, a Baltimore suburb
Mirceliuo (Mo.) Coal Co., for
mining; capital stock $00,000.
Msro&line (Mo.) Mercantile Co..
capital stock $10,000.
Flour mills at Reniok and Stow
Lindenwood Press Brick Co., of
St. Louis, to manufacture; oapital
Buffalo Mining Co., of Concord,
N. C, to open gold mines; capital
Chilhowie Mining & Railway
Co., to open mines in Bradley
Water works systems contem
plated at Central Covington, Ivy ,
and El Paso, Texas,
A $10,000 cotton gin at Mertens,
Texas, by J. E. Cooper.
Rock Springs (Texas) Water Sup
ply Co.; capital stook $15,000.
Petersburg (Va.) will expend
$30,000 for additional water sup.
Barndollar & Son, of Pennsyl
vania, will erect three saw mills in
Big Sandy Towboat Co., of Ken
ova, W. Va ; oapital $20,000.
Augusta (Ga.) Lind Co.; oapital
Packing house plant proposed at
Knitting mill at Tallapoosa, Ga.,
by R. C. Brightmire.
Bromo Drug Co., of Baltimore;
Monomettallist Gold Mining Co.,
of Charleston, W. Va.; oapital stook
Weston (W. Va.) Natural Gas &
Fuel Co,; oapital stock $30,000.
Wright Automatic Tobaoco Paok
ing Miohine Co.; capital stook
WITH YOUR HANDS TIED
by somo chronic "female
complaint" or waakntn,
vrn&t can you xpct
iueros noimne tou -
accomplish nothing you
can tmjoy. And no good
reason for it. Dr. Pitrca's
raonu rrsscripMon will
. lk tainly, if you'll giTi H
& For every one of theu
k W vsomnnly trouble, this ia
HHH tbo only remedy so cur
thnt It can be guarantetd.
In periodicil pain1!, Iwiring down sensations,
organic displacements, and eory kindred
ailment, and m oil the nervous dividers
caused by functional derangements if it
ever fail, to beuellt or cure, jou have jour
It'i a potent remedy for Chorea or St.
Vitus's Danco for Insomnia or Inability to
Bleep and to nveit threatened insanity. It
regulates all tho natural functions, builds
up and invigorates tho ontiro female system,
and restores health and strength.
Nothing else, though it may bo better for a
dealer to soil, can bo "just as.good" for you
cure you, lareir and er-
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair h.
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? ify'S
lifeless appearance? Docs it fall out when combed or?
brushed ? Is it full of dandruff? Docs your scabiS 5
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these arc sorrm nf 5
your symptomsbc warneti In time or you willbecomcbaUl 5
tho folllUts, t stops dllinj
tW-Kccp tho scalp clean, healthy, and freo from Irrllatlnfttrnniloin .
tho uso of Slouium iAiti boap. Hdi.stroBiaruftfo ttwaK, uiich 5S5J,!
and (tctrov the hair. , ""a0ii
xi your uriiKKisi. -"-ur" jv" p. ,., . miii.. ,, ua, una we -win rorwuM
, jiropaM, on receipt of price. -grower, l.Wp.r Lottie i 6 IcrSMO. Soap'SJ? '
: !r MVKh. 57 Solltll 1
:-: AT THE OLD STAND OF :-:
To the Working Class of People
we Call Your Particular Attention,
'That we Have Opened FIVE
SPECIAL LINES Of Good Wearing
-WELL MADE FANCY LOOKING
That we can sell at Lower Prices
than any one else in the City of
Waco, no difference who it may
be we don't fear any one. Goods
are here and they
ii si do nut w
And uc have liiiproicd in Qualities mid Workmanship, and same on salt
such as Jeans Pants, nliieh sell all over the City for $1.50, no posithel) sell,
UNTIL SEPT. FIRST, AT 95CT8,
And Fine Cashmere Jeans which sells at 1.75 a pair,
WE HAVE ON SALE FOR $1.39.
And best MISSISSIPPI M., if any one understands what the goods
is, first quality which cannot be bought for less than $2.75 to $3.00,
WE HAVE ON SALE AT $1.84.
Also we have the best make of shirts 38 cents down to 20 cents and
shoes which we offer at 95 cents which could not be bought elsewhere
for less than $1.75 and SUMMER CLOTHING we are earnestly
closing out regardless of cost.
COME AND SEE FOK YOUItSELF AND DE CONVINCED.
At the Old Corner Stand of
S. MARX, Manager,
THE POOR MANS' FRIEND;
NO MUD TO
See Kirkpatrick's Beautiful Lots
3NTo Oitv T&.2SL1
Still You are Right in the City.
Call at 605 South Eighth St., Corner Ciay.
P. G. Kirkpatrick.
coolliiB and rerresliine Tfmic iiy eiimu ,"iiu i
Itutr, cures dancirujr oa Hroiss telroiffll I
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., S
UIU AVfUUC, M!W Yorl., N. Y. J
mrm, JE71L .JjC
ASY 01 HSI
- EAST - WACO.