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THE EVENING NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST II, 1893.
j Balfour, ono of tho leading states- have grounds for their fears if they
men of Great Britain, in a speech dread to soi'th: government set up
t pimintut .Sumuirr Jhfit
t r In tin ttitf
KING'S COMEDY CO.
J it th H''" ttti fat unit J'ltnnnt Sr(
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Hnrrilo ia''nnli'n In honor
Vic uf '.ln BCCICt imllri' of
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Siiimtrnliiy hi Hum',
M'i:M: Itomr, lliilf I Inn, llio
At I I 'I li' ( haili-iiur.
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before the Loudon hankers, ad- a standard u L ieh must steamy ap
vaneed many well considered rea- preoiate ho much more should
sons why England should adopt tho tho busings men of tui nation
double standard. From that speech ' dread it, for tho foreign trade is af
tho following is presented: feeted indirectly aud remotely by
Wo ask of a local tender that it the action of this government,
bo a stable measure of value; that I while our traders are affected di
it bu a permanent and fair register I rGUtiy
of amount of indebtedness; that, if j '
debtH aro contracted in terms of a j Since the publication of the
given standard currency at the date ,)resiaent8 meage, The Dav Globe
when they mature, neither debtor nor d cartsfuU'v oaoh
creditor shall lind lint lie has to pay , "an .UKUU ;
or be paid on principles different morning in order to determine
from those in operation when tho ' whether or not it approved the
dobi was contracted, ' president's message. To date the
I havo heard it stated th3t tluse wojiUy quCHion is still in doubt.
who go in for a double standard do- ; .,
siro :m inihled currency and by a Why, I don't understand at
proeois of intl3tion artificially to I all," said an uptown woman to a
miso prices. 1 am not concerned sailor on her doorstep whom shu
to deny that. Possibly in tho west- had never met lofore. "You say
orn states of America there may b3 . y0u are a singing teacher, and that
a body of opinion of some import- A,irs, Brown across the street sent
anco on which mis criticism may yOU hero. I don t want a singing
truly bo passed. But 1 most em. ! teacher." "I beg pardon, madam,"
phatieally assert that it is not truo , replied tho caller; "she said she
of any body of opinion in this I hoard vou sine, and you wanted 3
Pi X Ft - w-immmi
Local Time Oard.
i!i:si:i!Vi:n sn'i's rriii.sMhn
Corner Fourth & Franklin Sts.
Adiiiissiuii, 10, I'D nnil :) Cents.
Tho Unison Company will givo
an extra car service to and from tho
Auditorium. They will have plenty
of cars to lake tho audience homo
after the performance without delay.
Waco Evening lews
Nn.4l7 a ml I I '.I I r an l( I In SI., Warn
.. 11. IXKSSKTr.
I'utttiahir timt I'roiiririnr
teacher badly." I'niladolphia Ko-cord.
OMiclal Organ of tho City of Waco.
All coiiimimlutUlniiH to Insure
pmmpl nttuntlon should bo addressed
to Tlio Now's, VViico, Texas.
All l)llln due The News olllce for
jvdvoitlnlnjr sulisurlptlou or press
work tro payable alone to
J. K. HENNEIT,
orto bin authorl7.p1 agont
lUllfl wlilali it Is expected Tho News
to pay iniiHt Oe authorized by iui
ordor HiL'iied bv J. R. KEXNETT.
country. Wo desiro that we should
find tho most suitable measure of
valuo practicable and possille,
though I havo no hesitation now in ' Ballard's Snow Liniment
asserting that if you cannot attain 1 This Liniment is different in ootn
this absolutely theoretical perfec-' position from any other liniment on
tion it is better for tho community the market. It is a sciontilic discovery
at largo that the standard should bo which results in it being the most
depreciating rather than apprcciat- ' penetrating Liniment ever known,
ing. Standard stability is tho ideal. There are numerous white imitations.
but if it cannot bo reached tho which may bo recommended because
worst alternative of all is that your they pay the seller a groater profit,
standard should be a steadily appro- Beware of theso and demand Bal-
oiating one. , lard's Snow Liniment. It positively
If that proposition bo granted, I cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains,
ask whothor you think it probable, Bruises, Wounds, Cnts, Sciatica and
or oven possible, that a general bin- Infiimatory Rhemntism, Burns,
glo gold standard should tutiefy cams, poro i-eet, uontraotea .uusoies,
this requirement of stability, or at Stiff Joints, Old Sores, Pain in Back,
all events satisfy it as much as a 15arb Wlro Culs Soro chest or Throat
double standard. Assuming a dou- 0Dd wyeoially beneficial in Paraly
blo standard possibly do you not s'9' Sold by Itisner & Co, Waoo, J.
think that the requirement of sta-1 B' CorD13h. J,st aco, Texas.
bihty would be bettor attained by
it than by tho maintenance of a
nKaoarl, Knnini A Iou
, ...4,.d lOt 15
laii'iva ,n - k.
.i 1 leavel. lu 31 "
So, S arrives '. -;
No Wliu'lo.larrlvca 'P-
So. j limit jilleaves 11:10 p.m.
Htf. I nrrlves.., Cr??nV t-
Ho.i loaves G.J,rr
Ko. rrlve . P-
o. i uiivos iivv'
Xn.ii limited arrives B:Ma. m
Xo. 6 limited loavoa b:W,m.
'o. lias throuRh Wagner Bleeper to Sar
Antonio via Lockhart and Lullug.
J. K. SMITH
Tloiel Agont, No. 119 Sonth Fouith Street,
CrlE 2(0. T loaves li'01 p ?
Train Ko 7 arrives ., , 11 ;t5 .rr
rraln No. S arrives 6:00 5 n
rraln Ko. S leaves 5.05 p
Train No. 8 leaves 7.00 a.m.
Train No 4 arrivos .. 10.CO p. m
Between Waoo and St. Locls solid iralu ii
1'iragonld to St. Louis on Iron Mountain trac)
W. 6. QlLLBSPia
CityTlckot Oioe at No. 112 South Fourth St.
. 6:15 a. a
6:60 a. a
. s:5p w
11:45 a. i
8:20 p. ti
... s:40p. r
W. K. OWXNS. Tlchet ARont.
Ufider Paolflo Hotel Block, Opposite Foatofflc
Sail Antonio und AraiiNUM l'aia.
lOOin BODSD SO. 32. --NORTH BOOJJD--B0, 8
Cv Waco at 7 a. an I Arrives 9:30 p. rr
AdvertlslnR In thiRnni.
rate ofone oent per 4onffa
Cash must nccompany ,hVn,
ordered bv a regular advVru
a fir.A'i't i ... . :
A the Ht.v.n in :1m !i"-In
:tKnlf nV.i "" llton.'.'!
-:. to UV a month can V. S!IIlti 1
termr. JsOVKIVIy' c L!lL&fT
fmi ir;,"W " "..kaeinlMi ,
nesa an. torpid liver. Awt.,t.cS,,S
Waco, loxas ""urtsi p. n "S
IjIOII SAIi:-My lalinnTT5
i-1 tin .Ueot. '"lliiorr stor87
L. " -...!. , An. .,
I motor, good as num.. ."? .PO'aT
. - ,:'.""ain Neti1
return to tte Old Count J B,!!"l"l
' v ifaD viiii i.Miiiiitii . . -a i vaa
Geruianla Honoc. or uk. WJUhI
lln Btrect "B " "illihl
ItlllNT A ..1
Wkl IRKI,1 r
poll i:.'r-A larKP, nkelTa
r room, lecoiutnocr, witn boaS7 Si
take a tew table boarders ?ol ei-JVI
Tl".A." ,"r Can bo h'l with or wilira
eomiicroexposaie, large aniJioitoJ
Tenin reatonable. Jtppljat cor.?21
and Clay Ktreeta. "' cotner
ns) Jukt..what Tou ii,t ,
uect-puoni) jun wnat you Want
Via var Ifnnoua l Irn Mn "
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TDIITIIAL M LITAKV APinuw.
XD prepares for Government Aeafcali'
veisities and Ituslness. For CaUloiBM T,
Maj. K. A. Mclntre, llethet Aca3,
Y 1-18 2H e''(
IOMI ITIrri IVI l(. J, , n,1J
O Nolator'nm and KUaraniPe ..l
caso of Paralysis, Neuralgia or EheijJ
No euro no pay. jl
single gold standard?
CAISKS 01 INM'AHILITY.
Vllat are the cituses which inter-
To further increase tho popularity
of the Cotton Belt Routo, and prop
erly presont to tho readers of this
paper the advantages of that lino to
The Only Domocratlc Dally In Cen
DEMOCRATIC PARTY AND FREE COINAGE,
While congress in struggling with
tho question of financp; :u the last
authontalivo expression of the
Democracy of Texas on that sub
ject, tho nth clause of the last
stato Democratic platform is pre
sented. It reads as follows:
"Whilo we yiold to tho wisdom
of the majority of tho national de
mocracy in making tho reduction of
rovotuto taxation, to tho necesbities
of tho government cconoinicilly ad
ministered, tho paramount leading
issue in this campaign is upon tho
p du-y that it is tho safest to make
the . niggle to secure ono reform
at a time, wo nevertheless proclaim
our adheronco to tho principles of
tho justiuo and necessity for froo
and unlimited coinage of silver at
tho ratio horotofore provided by
law aud tnll continue to contend
for it. Wo thorofore comiuond our
snnators and representatives for
their bold and faithful efforts to
promote the success of this meas
tire and pledge that they shall so
Each of tho Democrats in con
gress from Texas have in tho above
ciauso tnoir specific instructions.
PfliuocntH will obey them; if there
be ono in tho Texas dologation who
is not a democrat he, perhaps,
may disregard them.
The Telephone) accuses The
Nuwsof trying to "belittle" that
paper. Our esteemed friend "Jess"
is mistaken. The News never en
gages in needless effort. Tho Tele
phone is oven now small enough.
fero with tho stability of a stand ' (jhioago and tho World's Fair, as well
ar7''. , I as to the East and Southeast, arrange-
Ihohrst causo undoubtedly is tho I ments have boon made with one of
alteration of the conditions under : tho larenst nnhlishincr Vin.ianc in Vi
which tho metal is produced. Now
discoveries, exhaustion of mines,
now processes, new inventions, all !
unucu oiates wmen win cnabio tnem
to send any oue or moro of the follow
ing valuable hooks to any addross by
T HC 3E3
are intluouces which either augment mail free, on recoipt of 12 cents each
or diminish the supply of gold in ' in stamps to cover postage and pack
tho world, and must ultimately havo ' ing. They are all printed on good
tho effect of altering that standard, i paper and hound with illuminated
If you have a double standard, if i cover in colors. Tho amount asked
you can count ior your stanaara o:
valuo not merely upon the gold sup
ply, but upon it plus tho silver sup
ply, it is evidont that any oscilla
tion or cause of change is dimin
ished, because it U spread over a
Tho second great cause of varia
tions in tho value of a standard
arises from the pressure put upon it
by the growth of commerce, popu
lation and tiausactions. If the
world is to grow in population aud
oommorce, each increment of
population, each augmentation of
uoiumerco throws a greater strain
upon tlio standard by which the
Is to covor charges and ooat of pack
ing, and will bo promptly refunded to
any one not periectly satisfied.
TD 9(1 I'Tlroam tifn" II
No. 20. "Dream Life." Hv
Marvel (Donald G. Mitchell.)
No. I'J. "Cosmopolis " By
No IS. "Kevcriesof a Baohelor."
By Ik. Marvell (Donald G. Mitcholl )
No. I "Was it Suioide?" By Ella
Wheeler Wilcox. One of this writer's
best works; 192 pages; author's
No. S. "1'oomsand Yarns by James
VVhitoomb ltiley and Bill Nye."
Prosa by Nye, pootry by ltiley. Illus
trations; 230 pages.
No. J. "An Enshsh Girl in Amer-
irausacuons ot tne community are ica."-By Tallufeh Matteson Powell.
mcasurcu. it tnis strain is thrown I A mnet. M,, ,,, n ,.r 4u
.. . . v i bu ii iii iui (luuiiiiiii iii i ri r- HYnn.
( . t.:.,. -.., : r
upon a gold-plus-silvor standard any
given change will produce much
less variation in valuo than if con
lined to either gold alono or to
Tho third cause of variation I
tako to bo legislation. Tnore aro
some peoplo who appear to believe
that wo are in the van of commerce,
because wo were tho creat uohold-
era of the single gold standard, yet
rieuoe of an English girl in America.
No. 7. "Sparks from the Pon of Bill
Nye." 192 pages.
No. 12 "People's Roforenoo
Book." 999,999 facts; 208 pages.
Xo. 9. "Martha Washington Cook
Book," .552 pagos; illustrated.
No. 13. "Health and Beauty." By
Emily S, Bouton. Just the book for
constant study, and especially adapted
for both sexes. Containino- mlc
and is for: sale
BY ALL DRUG STORES.
Tin E5 1L.
Sold Under a
there is not a man in the city of ' wn,on 'f observed insure health and
London at this moment who would DCHUty; 2! pages.
not look with horror and apprehen- l'0, ''Social Etiquette." By
sion at every otbor nation following .' IH,uton. a tnorough dis
., 1 I T ,-. -
riiGRirm M h,a v.r. n :i ,
ou guuu ;m example, tjet Uermany I 7, tT iuoi uosuuuai siuuy
India and tho United States trv a i . fP.ad b mapy t0 reat advan
gold currency, and a tremor seizes i s ' M&aa makotho Man." 2
evory one of our commercial mart.
H3ies. Thov look forward, in th
. .- ; - .w
immediate future, to catastrophe, ! Fuf "7X ?. tb World's Fair'
nnA ri .i... ,l ..,.-"al;""Pu Chicajro. 1S93: uslratoH osn '
i , , w .Mgjva
nnn tnni hni i.n ..u: . .. I
..u icc. mai mo uinmato result AlaTovc r u I r-o--
may be a slow appreciation of tho title! 7 " DOt by
Cut this card out, mention this
paper, mark the books you wish
enclosing 12 cents for cach bo()L'
niAPtr rAim l on
" jui eovoiope "coos JJepart-
standard of value, which is perhaps
the most deadening and benumbing
influence that can touch tho enter
prise of a nation.
From the latter clause of this ! ment" find send, with your address
extract u win ue seen the merohants
and busineas men of London dread
to see America try the experiment
of a single gold standard. If they
to E. W. La nvAiMf,.
G. P. &T. A Cotton Belt Route,
St. Louis, Mo.
Row's four Liver?
Tako Climax Pills and bo happy.
CLIMAX OIL, For Pain.
CLIMAX PILLS, For BiliousneS
CLIMAX BLOOD ELIXIR, For