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Untercd nt the J'onfoflfre.it MVieo, Tei, an Sttoml Ctttm Mutter.
VOL. 4. NO. 176.
WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 4. 1892.
50 Cents Per Month
Our Cost Sale
LEECH ON SILVER.
Special Sale-Ladies' Chemise.
Muslin aud Cambric, oTriuimed Lace
and Embroidery, perfect workman
ship, were $i and $1.25, all atlj
Extra good quality, choice novelties,
the greatest bargains ever sold, hand
made and other styles, were $1.4 z,
$1.50 and $1.75, all at
Children's Muslin Underwear Special Sale,
Entire stock thrown on our counters at one-third off
regular prices. This is a great labor-saving sale for
mothers. Passenger Elevator to second floor.
Every night except Saturdays we close at 6:30. Satur
days, 9:30 p. ni.
IS A DOLLAR MADE.
LET US HELP YOU SAVE
Our splendid facilities enable us to give you the best value
for your money. We have the largest assortment of
I3KT THE STATE.
Sixth and Jackson Streets
0. W. DVVJD
The out Urtmil JluUtttnt, Xorth of Vliizti,
The finest vohiclos and horsrH in the
city. ChII oatriages for Indies a spe
cialty and when 'desired, ladies can
have a driver in liverv. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.
M O 1ST K Y 2
Money to lend on Vendors Lien Notes.
Money to lend on Pawns.
Money to buy Notes, long or short time.
Houses and Lots for sale on Installments.
We will now contract to build residences
T2STO. 3D. FXEXJD,
BANKER AND BROKER. 308 AUSTIN AVENUE
Total Production in United
States Last Year
riFTY-EIGHT MILLION OUNCES
lip Snjt I'rpo Sllvri-Coliiitgo Would IJItlut
Svml (lolil Ahruml or Inn l'l-cmltim Tin
Dlrt-rtor AVouliI ltcpml an lnl rnutldim.
ARri'vmmit (iipiit ltpiiplit lo Jluiiklntl
Wasuingtox, Fob. !. The house com
mittee ou coinage, weights and measured
examined Director Leech of the mint
bureau on matters relating to the silver
question. Mr. Leech said Ihr minimum
estimate of tho production of silver in
the United States during tho last yeai
was 08,000,000 ounces. If tho amount
used in the arts and sciences was de
ducted tho American product would bt
lebs than government purchases. Tht
amount of currency circulating in the
United States, ho said, was Qi.nO pel
capita. This is Larger than any eountrj
except Prance. There was, in his judg
ment, no lack of circulating medium in
this country. Tho Now York banks hold
about $33,000,000 idlo money over and
Mr. Williams inquired why Mr. Leech
thought that tho .silver coin of othei
countries would be dumped here if w
adopted free coinage.
Mr. Leech 1 think Eurojtean silvei
would come here in ship loads just at
fast as it could be brought. I think the
bank of France would send a large part
of its i?L'o9,000,000 of silver here. Bel
gium would do the same.
Williams wanted to know why silver
coin would bo dumped here when
needed abroad, for circulation in the
countries having it.
Leech There is more of it in do
mestic circulation than is needed. Peo
ple reject it and it naturally gravitates
into the vaults of banks where it is used
for tho issue of notes. Besides, it is not
a question of any slight loss; it is a ques
tion of standard, sound currency. All
Europe is practically on the gold stand
ard, partly from choice and partly from
necessity. The countries of Europe art
inclined to adapt themselves to tho gold
standard and I do not believe tho loss of
wuall paper would stand' in tho way ol
their doing that. Besides, they believe
it would be a temporary measure, that
we could not sustain the free coinage
of silver and that it would be to theii
interest to take advantage of it while we
were making tho oxiierimeut. That, in
my judgment, is tho belief of European
Leech said he behoved silver would
come here as long as we exchanged gold
for it. Shipments would cease when
we got on a silver basis. We would be
comiielled to pay shippers gold because
they could get legal tender notes, which
wero practically interconvertible with
Mr. Leech admitted it was a matter
of opinion and conjecture, but his judg
ment was that free silver coinage
would either send gold abroad or to a
Air. Bland suggested that tho proposi
tion of Mr. Leech was that tho people
of Europe would take silver from home,
where it would buy as much as gold,
admitting it was not worth as much for
foreign transactions, and sell it hero,
where they could not buy as much for
it as at home.
Mr. Leech insisted that it would be
tho case because of the desire of Europe
to get on a gold basis, and said Austria
was contemplating that very thing. Mr.
Leech said he would regard an inter
national agreement as a very great bene
fit to mankind.
Mr. Tracy asked would not a country
in England's position receive more bene
fit if wo alone wero to pass 'a free coin
age bill and they wero to get our gold
than if an agreement were reached,
Mr. Leech A free coinage bill would
certainly be largely in their interests.
Washington, Feb. -J. Tho houso ot
representatives sjiont another monoton
ous day in discussion of the rules, and it
is now evident that tho first two months
of tho session will close with tho rules
of procednre of the Fifty-second con
gress still under consideration. The
progress made was very slight, but it
was marked by one significant event
tho adoption of the ainendmont pro
posed by Mr. Dingloy on tho Republi
can side and supjKirted by ex-Sjieakei
Rend. This amendment, too, is ono oi
the most important thus far proposed to
tho committee's rejwrt, as it provides
that all senate amendments to house
bills other than appropriation bills be
considered as soon as laid before the
house by the siK-aker.
As wc will move to our new quarters at the comer of Fifth and
Austin Streets about Feb. 15th, we do not want to move any of our
winter stock. Therefore wc place our entire stock of Clothing, Hals,
Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises on the market at
Except Dunlap hats. E. & W. collars and Scrivcn's drawers. W
hope our friends will take this ad. as intended, that wc mean JUST
WHAT SAY COST. OUR COST MARK is posted where all
can see it, and all prices will be made from it. This nricc will
enable you to buy a suit for Sio.Oo, $12.00 and Sic.oo never before
offered for the price. But wc
prices, but ask you to come and see.
These Prices are for Cash,
As it is less trouble to move than books. Wc will continue OUR
COST SALE through next week, and perhaps longer. If you would
get the BEST BARGAINS come first
Remember this actual COST SALE will be from day to day
next week at
ES s 8l :
The Clothiers, Hatters and Men's Furnishers.
This isconsidored an important step
toward tho practical exjieilition of leg
islation and no stronger evidence of a
disposition to consider the rules in a
non-partisan spirit could be afforded
than in tho general support which the
amendment of Messrs. Dingley and
Reed received from the Democratic
Pending the motion by Mr. Boatner
striking out the clause permitting gen
eral legislation on appropriation bills,
provided after a long debate, being ger
mane, it retrenched expenditures, the
previous question was ordered and tho
On motion of Mr. Enloo an amend
ment was adopted providing that all
bills shall bo introduced by presenting
them to the clerk propcrlyndorhed and
shall bo appropriately referred by the
Immediately following this tho mo
tion of Mr. Dingley of Maine, referred
to above, was made and agreed to.
Washington, Feb. 4. Tho usual
batch of petitions was presented and re
ferred. Mr. Dolph from the committee on
foreign relations, reported back ad
versely the various anti-Chinese bills
and reported in lieu of them a bill con
tinuing in force for ten years all laws oi
that subject now in force.
The joint resolution proposing an
amendment to tho constitution of tht
United States relating to marriage ano
divorce, introduced by Mr. Kylo, wat
taken up and Mr. Kylo addressed tin
senate in stipjiort of it.
An amendment was proposed that con
gress shall havo exclusive power t
regulate marriage and divorce in tin
faeveral states and territories and tht
District of Columbia. At tho close ol
his remarks tho joint resolution was re
ferred to the judiciary committee.
Tho public printing bill then came uj
and was amonded by adding the wordi
"but the provisions ot tho eight houi
law shall apply." Without disposing ol
tho bill tho kouato adjourned.
Major Otrruitui Court martluli-il.
Cleveland, Feb. -I. Tho court
martial of Major L. C. Overman of the
army engineering corps, opened in
llollenrten. Minor Overman was ar
raigned and tho Hiiccificntious read tc
him, charging lain with appropriating
to his own use curium sums of money.
The first charge was for embezzlement
and violations of tho articles of war.
Tho second clmrgo contained several
specifications and accused tho mujor of
making falso vouchers and certifying
them to bo just, thus defrauding the
government of different sums. In effect
he is said to have bought all sorts ot
household goods for his own use anil
charged them to tho government as sup
plies of various horts. His counsel in
making a hard fight for him, interposing
objections on every technicality and the
trial promiboa to bo long and hotly cou
will not attempt to name articles or
Till: I, AST Ol'I'OHTHNITV.
i'rof. Win. WluiUor, I.. 1.. It , tho
-Kiulucnl I'lirciinloclst will He-
iiialii In Wnco till Work Only Con-
MI1IIH.II011 Dully nt the Now Mo
Prof. Windsor controls tho largest
phrenological practico in tho world,
and is the most popular lecturer now
on tho soiontiGo platform. He is ac
knowledged to be tho highost author
ity on tho subject af phrenology and
mental Biconco. He will romain in the
oity thia wook only, and may be con
sulted for private phronologioal ox
aminationa nt tho MoGlollaud hotel,
rooms on first floor. Hours, 10 a. m.
to G p. 10.
Procure and road "Tho Soionoo of
Croation.' This is Prof. Windsors
great work op marriage, heredity and
parontagr; price $. All persona mar'
ried, or contemplating marriage,
should prooure Prof, Windsor's Groat
"Health, Wealth and Sunshino," or
''Indigestion Ourod," is another of
Prof. Windsor's valuablo publications,
Tho oaso of Lizzie Freeman for tho
seduotion of tho husband of Mary
Shelton, was concluded late yoster
day evening and resulted in a fine of
$f and ooets. Notice of appeal was
J . 0. Stephenson rocovorod judg
ment against W. 8. Rock for $24 05
A oaso entitled Harrigan vs. Quay,
a oontest of the trust dcod involving
tho Stphcnsou Manufacturing ooni
pany, was tried before Justice Galla
gher. Tho cape inrolves a nico point
of law which has not yet boon passed
upon bv tho supremo oourt, aud tho
judgo withhold his docission and took
tho matter under advisoment.
Lucy's Brlor Creek Coal.
Oca ton 15,50; one half ton $3.00;
ono fourth ton $1.75.
PROF. WM. WINDSOR LL. B.