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THE EVENING NEWS, SATURDAY. JUNE 30. 1894.
f aco Evening News
Rot, 200 and 211 .South I'.iKlitll M.
i. E. BRMETT, Publisher and Proprietor.
Official Organ of TtttTcity of Waco.
Mr. A. J. Atkine is a traveling
nprosontativo of Tuk Daiiy and
Sbki-Wkbki.y Nkws, of Waco, and
la duly authorized to receive and
receipt for subscription!) to either
oublioation, alno to make contracts
for advortiwing.
.Sllburcrlpltoii Kitten:
Dally, ono month I 60
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All bills due Tub News otllce for
R-dvertUhiK mbsorlpllou or preHS
rrork are payable alone to
J. K. BENNETT,
at to bis anthorb.od aifent
All communications to Insure
prompt attention ihould bo addressed
ia Tho News, Waco, Texas.
PDBIilSirBK'H NOTIOK.
Blllfl whlotiTtio NewH Is expeotod
So pay must be authorized by an
d6r alined bv J. R. BENNETT.
A.vsor;J!:.Ti!'.vi'.s.
We Rroantliorlicil to nunoiiiirfl J E ItojiitoE
Utn Independent mndiilalu fr.r.c iimtv iitiurney
of Mol.ennaii county at teo Kun"ial olectlou in
HovcmliT, 1891.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
IHnlrtc' Uteri,
V. I N I A It K N
I,eyHlaturef
m:i ii f mil i.s
ni.l.O K THOMAS
County .luiltje,
x ii ji::skims
dim nt i Attorney,
JOK W 1 A VI. OH
Sheriff.
JOHN W It IKKIC
Cm n 111 Clerk,
T II ItltOM.'N
Tar Cnlhctor,
T .1 ! It I M !H
Taxi Ast nsor,
J W It O T
County Treasurer,
r tv it ii it; i: it
County School Nut erintemlent,
.1 It CON yi: Its
Con nt 1 Surrrior,
A.M)lli:V 4:0"IVICI
,J, J". 1'ieclnct Xo. I,
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Constable I'rerittrt Xo t,
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County Commtnnloner l'rclncl Xo. I.
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County Commissioner I'reclnct Xn. 'J,
n II smith
County Commlnntoner I'reclnct Xo. .7,
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County Cammlsnioner I'reclnct Xo, 4t
IMIKK lTIOT(J011i:ilV .
Tub Waco Evknino Nkwb has
the largest circulation in this oity
und out of the oity of any daily
paper published in Waco. Our
esteemed contemporaries are respect
fully challenged to successfully con
trovert this statement. Our mail
ing list and subscription books are
open to all persons wishing for bus
inesi reason to examine them.
If you want to see tho noatest
thing out, call and see our oopies
of "Sights and Sjoties," bound in
full morocD.
THE LABOR PROBLEM.
The amount of money m ciroula
lation in the country today iB $93,
000,000 more thin it was a year ago.
According to reliable reports the
amount of business to bo transacted
has been reduced 33 per cent.
New York has over 90,000,000 of
idle money. If sooio of the idle
and dissatisfied people who are
howling for an increase of tho circu
lating medium would abut their
mouths and go to work and create
business they would find plenty of
money ready to reward them for
their exertions. Southern Trade.
'Go to work," that is just what
thousands of our fellow citizens are
wanting to do, but can't find employ,
ment remunerative enough to fur.
nish broad for themselves and fami
lies. Our esteemed contemporary
could have aiggested a more potent
remedy for the relief of the idle and
and spared them the above ungra
oious titng had it said, if the
men who hold the $80,000,000 in
idleness would invest it in productive
lines, thereby enlarging the field of
labor the number of enforced idler
among the laborers of the land
would be greatly diminished and
diisitisfaction much decreased.
Quite a number of the sovereigns
will speak to day and express their
choice for governor
Th5 day we celebrate will soon
be hero.
Texas Crapes.
The t oantry about Rockport, Tex
as, is coming into great prominence
as a grape-gTowing seotion. Two
growers mar Kockport Mr. Joseph
Trippia and Mr. M, Koltenbach
expect to ship this season about
100,000 pounds each of grap?s. The
grape crop matures at Rockport from
the middle to the last of Juno, and
the product is shippod all over tho
West and Noithwe-t. Rockport
grapes sold las' year at Salt hake
City for twenty cents a pound,
Southern states.
The county Democratic conven
tion should inetruot its representa
tives to tho leaiabture to vote for
some meacure fixing tho pvy of
county offioers at not exceeding
2,000 per annum. Marlin Demo
orat.
The Democrats of Fayette county
have failed to harmonize. In a
spirit of kindness The Nkw. would
suggest that July promises to be
very warm for sensible men to
wrangle ovor the difference between
tweedlo-dee and tweedledum.
Harmonize, brethren; the d ffer
ences in the las1 campaign have
passed from the field of political
discussion to legal enactments. The
old differences are healed and a
united Democracy should in every
section of the state be ready to con.
front the foes of the party of the
people.
The July number of the Southern
Trade has been received. It is a
spleudid edition, filled with matter
of general interest to the business
man, and is in every way worthy of
the solid Bupport which it is receiv
ing nt tho hands of the business
men of this and other seotions.
Djn't Bend the collector away
when he calls on you for your as
aessment to the capital stock of tho
Texas Cotton Palace. Every one
should be prompt in this matter,
and all pull together.
Waco can sho v tho Cotton Palace
visitors the finest wells in tho world,
the richest land tributary and a solid
oity built as tho expanding needs of
her territory demanded her eulargo-ment.
Governor Hogg's speech before
the Boston board of trade was a
good speech for Texas one from
which this state will reap many 3ub.
atautiid advantages
Waco people, and particularly
tho managers of the Cotton Palace,
should not mike the miataka of
thinking that enterprise will adver
tise itself.
Tho Populist executive committee
didn't stay in session long enough
to harmonize their party's platform
with their candidate's speech.
Tho Southern Trade seems to
think tho money piled up in the
bank vaults of Nav York is in circulation
Culberson's lead grows larger each
Saturday. The youngest man so
far has the longest polo and tho best
wind.
Tho Prohibibitiomsts miy be on
the right road to heaven, but it
doesn't go by way of the pie counter.
A good niauy good thingB are
pointed toward Waco, and promisft
to arrivn within the year.
Culberson is as good as elected.
All i over but the applause.
A New York reportor said to
Governor Hogg, of Texas: -Your
name, Governor, has boon men
tioned for the presidency." An
tho Governor smiled. And so do
we all smile. Nashville Dinner.
David B. Hill ia the leader of the
Republicans in the tariff debate, and
gets along with his natural friends
better than he did with the Demo
crats, who distrusted him St.
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Anna, Texas, May V, 1891.
Cacterine Modicine Co, : Dear
Sirs. I received your medicine,
"Cacterine," have used it eight
days. It is helping my catarrh.
While in sohool at Biylor Univer
sity it troubled me so that I could
not study. I think I will be well
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Free treatment at E. E. Dismuke's.
Try eggs in cold storage.
For Bale Cheap
For cash, or will exchange for other
oity property, two lots in the Mjnt
gomery addition, corner and next to
corner. P. G. Kibkpatkick,
605 South Eighth St.
Go to Ed Clark for your barbe
cued meat.
Wants Contracts.
Will take contracts for furnishing
the sandy loam from tho caBt bank
of the river for filling and grading
your yards, landscape gardening,
gras3 sodding and gravel hauling.
P. G. KlBKPATKICKr
005 South Eighth stroot.
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The handsomest variety of whito
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