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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH i5 1892.
i- Wc Arc Made For Co Oper Ation Could not GET A LIVING. If it were not for sellers you could not live. Therefore we must co-operate you help us; we help you. Buy your next bill of us for ex periment. W. K. FINKS & CO BASE BALL. The Central City and the Picked Nine Cross Bats. Padgitl's Park was visited Sunday by a cood number of people to wit ness tho gome between the Contial City and the Picked Nine on the ball grounds. Following aro the names of the players and their positions: Central City Lunsford, pitcher; Thomas, catcher; Richards, 1st base; Raymond, 2nd base; Clay, 3rd base; Spencer, short atop: Gosscnheimer, If; Blanchart, of; Stewart, rf. Picked Nine Grider, p; Stallard, c; Williams, 1st base; Oloy. 2nd base; Ashford, 3rd base; Zeigler, If; Solo man, cf; Tom Sponccr, rf. Tho result of tho game was Picked Nino 10, Central City 8. Tho game was played with almost professional prcoision and was enjoyed by all. There will bo more of it in future. Transfers of Real Estate Roportod by tho Waco Abstract and Investment Company, Room 17 Prov ident Building, Waoo, Texas. L B Duval to R Clapp, lot 10, blook 109, Coggin and Park's addition, $250. J A Harrison to H P Clark, tbo Stark West survey, $200. H P Clark to G V Bird, the Stark West survey, $150. JMO Wilson and wife to Sim Mc Pall, 308 acres south MoFall survey, $3550. J E Harwell and wife to J F Brooks, truBtoe part Galindo S league, 1 and division. J F Brooks trustoe to J E Harwell, tract Galindo grant, $323. Total March 14, 1893, $4474. Tucker's "Almandlno." Proof against cold winds and hot sunshino for the complexion. It has already become quite popular with the ladies, as also with gontlomon to use after shaving when troubled with roughness and breaking out. Prioe 25 and 50 oents por bottle. Prepared only by the Lion Drus: Storo, by W. L. Tucker. Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents each. Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low prices on everything. Gall and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grooor. Following Suit. On and after March 1, 1892, I will sell for oash. My terras will bo from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper on every thing except lard. Prompt delivery as heretofore. Try mo for oash, Respootfully, J. C. Stafford. Cornor market G01 Franklin st. Hotel Royal Bar. Haydon & Hayden, proprietors.. Neat and quiot. Very finest wineB and liquors. Superb lunch at 10. Old friends and customers as well now will meet a hearty woloomo. Everybody goes to Joo Lenman'e when they want a good meal, or he oroam. i Dookcry and Co , Firo Insurance Agents Provident Building. Best companies and oloso attention to in terests of insurers. Cheap Buggies phao- tons and carria ges boutrht at big reductions at tbo S A. Owons sheriff salo. Will bo sold to custo mers at equal reduotion in prices. Big ohanoe. Tom Padgitt. if it Were Not For Buyers We SILVER AMD GOLD. HO.tltniNC SIMIIU IN Ot'K vami's is imivi.Ns:;oiii TO Uiiropo Henry Clou's on tlio Munition-(iolil Mill iiovN Abroad to tlio UoiiNlernntion or tlio (irciil i'lttuu-clurh-Oiir Altitude on tlio Silver (litcfttion llio 1'rotmuln Cause. New York, Maroh 12 Tho out flow of gold to Europe contributes, with other infldeiices, to. jhock tho upward tendenoy in tho prices of Be ouritios. With tho almost unprece dented excess of exports over imports during the last few months, prooecded by an eillux of gold so extraordinary that it has beon taken for granted much of it would yet How back, it has been assumed without question that tho current would turn again in this direction at an oarly day. Tho result, however, disappoints all those calcu lations; and although no ono fears an oxtcnt of drain that would produce any real stringency of money at this oontro, yet in view of tho position in whioh silver legislation his placed us or may yet place us, it suggests Eome seri ms thoughts to seo gold leaving tho country so continuously and in wajs which it is almost as difficult to explain as it is to prevent It maybe well, however, to keep in view certain points as helping, in some measure, to explain this anomalous inove mont. (1) This is the period of the year at which wo usually export gold; and although the trade balance is now so largely in our favor that wo might expect this season to prove an exception to that rule, .still there aro conceivablo and not highly improbablo conditions whioh might prevent such an exception ocourring. (2) Among those con ceivable conditions may bo mentioned a change in our investment rotations with Europe. The Baring afftir has no doubt contributed to produco such a change. The exigencies of tho debtor class in England and on the Continent have compelled realizing on investments and on commercial re serves; and American investments have uo doubt been among tho first to be sold, beeauso thoy havo advanced in prioo. This proceis, extended steadily over many months, has probably sent homo a rauoh larger amount of our foreign held Htooks aud bonds than is generally supposed; aud suoh a process would materially aocount for less of last year's export of gold being returned than has beon expected. Again, it is moro than con ceivablo that Europe, under the finan cial conditions that have prevailed thero, may havo preferred to keep its accounts with tho United Statos close ly balanced, instead of allowing an un known but vory larg amount of funds to remain for use with its correspond ents hore. It was principally through drawing home these balances that London, Par s and Berlin wore able to get from us tho largo amount of gold wo shipped in 1891; and, should that polioy be continued in foroo still, it would materially affect our liability to export upeoio now. (3) Our silver polioy, not only so muoh of it as is already exacted but also tho worse phases that aro deemed possible in tho future, I has the double effeot of in flueuoing the return of our soourities from abroad, and of preventing new investments in our railroad and indus trial enterprises; whioh works to the disadvantage of our foreign finanoial balanoo. (4) The faot that, under the new silver law, tho government has taken 54,000,000 ounces a year of silver Into its vaults whioh would otherwise have been exported, in creases to that extent our lia bility to export gold. This fact no doubt, constitutes an adverse element in the foroign ex changes far moro scriouB than has beon supposed; and it exhibits ono of tho ways in whioh free coinage would toud to work out an exhaustion of out stook of gold. (5) Austria has deter mined to bring about, at an early day, a resumption ot gold payments. For that purposo sho is ospooted to require to havo on hand about $100,000,000 of gold, and a foroign loan is to bo shortly offered to raits a portion of that amount. It is not to be supposed that tho great finanoial oentroa are in. different to such an important and delioato operation, nor that tho na tional banks of England, Fianco and Germany will tail to employ all tho arts known to banking to insure that this new largo rcservo accumula tion is collected at tho expense of oth er stooks of gold than their own re serves. It iR thereforo more than probable that tho ourront unexpected outflow of gold is duo to this opera tion among othor causes. Henrt Clews. f j" JjQ jl QEs i b (CMjs,lEl)OJTi WE SHOULD LIKE To shoe all the little baby eet in Waco. We have a very large Hue of Baby shoes and slippers, new, neat and dainty to which we re spectfully invite the attention of mothers. HILT & CO. 414 Austin Street. THE TRUE INWARDNESS. IUTIIY l'OIINTS 1IY TUI2 .IIAYOIt, Tlio Wttcn Iloitdti UrouifUt n llcltor l'rico 'I'll mi Fort Worth or Sun Antonio Hondo It In tlto UntH Trylnjj to Cot In. Who aro the responsible parlies for the existing financial situation and the bond imbroglio ? In lbSo money in Now York, on call loans with good security, was 2 por cent, and easy to got at that rate. The next year (1S90) it went up to 4 pur ceut. aud Lst year (1891) it was 7 per oeut., restricted to the best Now York state securities. In I889 tho finance committee (Laoy, Moore and MoCullooh) approved a sale of Waoo 5 per cents, at a premium of 2 cents, Mr. Louis flinch man easily effecting tho negotiations for a commission from the St. Louis purchasers so cheap was money that year. In 1SS9 ootton sold on the streots of Waoo for 10 cents. Tho crop now moving is dull at 5 cents and a fraction. That yoar Waco outlots sold at the rato of $1,500 per aoro. What will tho same property bring now ? Tho samo conditions aro com mon in all Toxas oities. In I89O persistent effort and large advertising scoured an oiler for Waco bonds 4 cents below par, or G oonts under the previous sale, and in order to got par for tho $100,000 hsue thon ou hand the mayor had to tako them to market and urge them. """ Last year, 1891, I was Bent to New York again and by groat urging I sold $100,000 worth at 90 oents and $130, 000 a cent higher. I was congratu lated on that business by the besu Wall streot operators. Whilo I was on 'chango with the Waco bonds that brought 91 cebts, Jameson & Co., sold Fort Worth 5 per oent. at 90 oents, less a commission. San Anto nio G per cent, sold thon at a 2 cont premium, whioh is 3 conts lower than Waco 5 per cent, at 91 cents. San Antonio is the most wealthy and pop ulous oity in tho Lone Star state. Waoo's sale oost the purchaser 5g per oent.; that of San Antonio's oost 5J por oent. Highest legal authority of the East corroberatos tho opinion of City Attor ney Flint that I had authority to sell and deliver tho bonds to Blair & Co., and Mr. Flint was ordered by my foes to pass upon tho question. The refusal to deliver is entailing muoh suffering. A refusal of Waoo to abide by that contract of my making, for whioh I was attorney in faot, brings upon tho fair namo of the Cen tral oity all tho odium of repudiation It is assassination of municipal oredic and tho motive is my ruin. To provent the destruction of the oredit, tho defilement of tho honor and tho rotarding of tho progress of Waoo I am fighting and inoidontally to save myself from unmerited robuko while in the oomplete discharge of my highest duties re. buke whoro praise is duo. 1 ask for vindication at tho hands of the peoplo of Waoo by re-olootion. I ask it in the namo ot the ontire dity, moro especially those who are suffering from tho effeots of the so-callod re form move, really the "outs" orying to oecomo "ins.- lot tuera como as a club or in the guiso of a mass meet ing, it is all tho samo It is a mulo painted for a zebra. 1 havo labored hprd for Waoo and I feol that my work was as well docc as tho situation al lowed. I ask thon tho usual roward ondorsoment by ro-oleotion. C. C. MoCullooh. 1 Buy Egan's Blaoksmith coal. A TERRIBLE SHOOTING And CuttlngScrapo ou Third Stroet Everybody rushing to tho soono and behold thoro was no blood spilled, but the prioo of groceries was suro out down, so the poor oa a oat as well as tho rich. So every ono that wants to save inonuv are shootint? tor 205. South Third,strcet, dotormined to reap tno oeuolit ot J. u. ohopo a out prices. He is btill selling 18 pounds granulatod sugar for..$ 1. Tho best hams in town 10 1 2 Good family flour, snek $1.20 P'g shoulders per pound 10 Sootoh oats, per package 10 Fino choico grated P, apples at 25 Fine ohoice slice irrated apples at 15 3 lb California poaches per 0 20 3 lb pio poaohos per 0 10 Lion and Arbuoklo coffee por lb 22 1-2 30 lbs buoketnow crop jolly for $L50 1 nt jar nronarcd mustard 26 2 lb iunah toninic. ner can 25 A fino sugar corn, per can 10 Crushed Java coffee 5 lbs $1.00 Tho best Rio green coffee 5 lbs til. 00 To ovory person in Waoo it will pay you to call on J. II. Shape and look tnrougn ms large anu nico stock ot groceries before buying. Remember his numbor, 205, South Third street. VOICE FROM FALLS, r.OMMIA DUIUOCUATS WANT IT1IM.S I'Oll SU.-VATOlt. Twenty of tliom I'litorvivwctl 11111I rVnl Ono of Tlicm -ivare,0pood to tilt Corhicitu mill Only Olio uud ltoon scon by Sotuuor Harrison. Golindo, Tax., March 13, '92. Mr. Editor. I notico in your valuablo paper that the Bon. John II. Barrisson has de cided by an actual canvass of tho voters of Falls and McLennan coun ties that tho Bon. R. Q. Mills is not tho ohoioe of the voters of thin snnn. torial distnot. I havo interviowed tho following oitizens of Falls and McLennan counties, and nvrrv nnn nf them are in tavor of the olection of tho Bon. Mr. Mills to tho office of United States senate from this did- triot Tiz : R B Dutv. M L Wnsthrnnl- R P Jackson. D O Woolov. B M Hntrh J S Miller, ChaB West, A L Dickin son, joel AmoF, Will Amos, Henry nanson, iu A' 1 winy, ij .laoicson, J U Dncannon. J H Moore. It fl Hntrh A S Viokcrs, j B Hill, J A Hipp, John F Vickors. Onlv one of tho nhnvp gontlomen, Mr, R P Jackson, was in- torvieweu oy au narrison, ana na had to insist nn thn Hon Snnntnr fat ing his namo. Please publish the uuuvu, uuu auow air narrison to ques tion thoso gentlemen if ho sees fit. P S Theao gentlemen wero inter viewed as thoy come, at the meocing of tho Golindo l.itnrarv nlnlv wlinrn ovory voter was quoBtioned and not ouo was opposea 10 Mr anus, Itespeottully, W. H. Doty. German-American Club. Tho meeting of tho Gennan-Ameri- oan club last night was largely attend ed. The olub has now a membership of 78, there having beon 28 now members admitted and will doubtless wield a powerful influenoo politically. Tho meooting was called to order by Preaidont BehrenB, and tho secretary boing absent Mr. Fred Luoders was oleoted seoretary pro tem. Messrs. George Kramor, Carl Sohultz and George Woiohhan, of West, and Messrs. Joe Greener and Ernst Heitmillor, of Robinson, wero present to make inquiry as- to tho workings of tho Waoo olub with a view of organization in their respective towns. They were instruoted as to aims and objeots of the club and re quested to either organizo clubs or to present the names of German Americans tor membership in tho olub of Waoo. It is thought that within a short timo tho wholo country will be thoroughly organized. The committee, composed of Messrs. J. O. H. Sohm'tz, George Sobumaokor and Dr. Ohas. A. Dreis, appointed at a provious meeting to make arrange ments for tho holding of a mass moot iqg for tho purpose of selecting candidates was granted farther timu. The namo of Georgo Kramer, of West, was added to the committee. The meeting was an enthusiastic but harmonious ono, and muoh im portant routino work was dono, after whioh it adjourned to meot next Monday night. The Waoo Aoademy of medicino meets at 8 o'olook to-night in Dr. Foscuo's offioo. The subjeot of dis cussion is "Abscess of tho Liver." To tho Lovors of 'Art In Photo graphy. Having moved to tny now gallory ovor 701 and 703, Austin streot, (tho old Biuohiuan Building), I am now better prepared than over to givo tho pooplo of Waoo tho finest Photos in tho state. Tho beautiful "aristo" (so "'(,"'? uuuumwu uy uiu lUUUlllg ga. ories,) in all its beauty, at my studio. I will havo on exhibition for a fow days, an elegant oil portrait of Mrs. Goo. Clark, by Mons. Do Gissao, whioh has been framed in a very handsomo "Florontino" frame, making a portrait well worth a visit, to all, and more especially to tho tho ladies. I will bo glad to welcome my old, and many now customers. Don't for got my now addross, over 701 and 703 Austin Ave. ' Respootfully, Deane, Photographor. FASHIONS. 000000 u oooooooooouooooooo All the fashion publications both domestic and foreign: Bon Ton Toilettes, MyriiB Journal Tlio Delinontor Fashion Bazaar . v Revuo do la Modo v - Album des Modes !' L'Art de la Modo La Mode de Purls Young Ladles journal Buttoriek's Metropolitan Fashions A. J. HERZ & BRO., Cigar, News Dealers & Stationers, 104 South Fourth Street. Heighth of Cruelty. Nervous women seldom receive tho sympathy they desorvo Whilo often the piotures of health, thoy are con stantly ailing. To withhold sympathy from theso unfortunates is the height of cruelty. Thoy havo a weak heart, causing shortness of breath, fluttering, pain in side, woak and hungry spells, and finally swelling of ankles, op pression, ohoking. smothering aud dropsy. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is just tho thing for thorn. For their nervousnosH, headache, weakness, eto., his Restorative Norvino is unequaled. Fino treatise on "Beart and Nervous Diseases" and marvelous testimonies free, Sold and guaranteed by H. C. Risher & Co. The Gabert Bros., fashionable tail ors, 110 South -lib street havo tho fin est cutters, employ tho most skillful workmen and havo the largest and finest stock of spring goods in tho city whilo their prices are very rea sonable. Givo thorn a call. All tho new stylos suitings in oolor and fabrio at Gibert Bros., fashiona ble tailors, 1'lG South 4th street. Had not Slept for Years. Mr. A. Jaokson, an old resident of Rusk, Texas, and manager of tho magnificont now hotel of Rusk, in forms us he had not slept at night for years exoept in shot naps, owing to incessant coughing. Ho was advised when very muoh run down to try Ballard's Horehound Syrup; ho was immediate relieved of his Cough and his rost improved to such a degree that hi could sleep soundly all night; Mr. Jaokson states : "1 regard' Bal lard's Horehound Syrup supperior to any Cough Syrup on tho markot, and its freedom from Opium and Morphino leaves no constipation after using it. For this reason alono I consider it tho beBt Cough Syrup in the world for 1 ohildron. My Lungs aro now stronger (j than thoy havo boon for years. This Syrup is vory soothing to tho throat and lungs." Sold by II. C. Risher & Co. BUSINESS NOTICE. The News la not responsible for nor will Itpay any bills unloss authorized by a written or verbal order from the manager. A Sound Liver Mates a Well Man Are you BLIIoub, ConBtlpatedand troubled wlthT Jaundice BfckHead aoue, Bad Taste In Mouth, Flln Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Puln In Back and between tho Bhouldors, Chills and Foyor, &o. If you have any of theso symptoms, your .ulver Is out of order your blood is elowly beinK poisoned, becauBO your Llw does not act properly. Hekbinh 1 will cure any disorder of the Llvor,Stom aoh orBowols. It has no equal as a Liver Medlolue. Price 75 cents. Free aamplo bottle at ri O. Rishor's Drug Store. Buy Egan's Athraotte coal. to Kellum & Lawson for all kinds of real estate. rO