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iVllLISHFD I'.VKKY TIIUIISDAY AT
si nil hii'TIo.n
( liL Yoal Itpaill
'tiered at the Shiver 7eas, Post
Office as second class matter.
Tilnnil Subitltutu ilcfcutcil.
M'ahii.no rov, August 2S. The
Imuso began to oto on tlio Bland
rco coinage substitute latio at 1G
t j 1 at 12:12 o'clock and it was de-
atcd, jcas 128, najs 22o. Tlio
7 to 1 amendment was dcfeited,
) is iuu, nays 2iU. On tlio vote
lif-!? to 1, besides tho loss of tho
populist vyolcs, tlio lncmbcis of tliut
parly uitlihodit.g their otes,
the.'e wcro several negative votes
fiom those wliC ,otcd in favor of
tlio ratio of 10 lol. Tho 18 to 1
fiec coinage amendment was 10
jected, j eas 102, ni)s259. Tho
IV) to 1 amendment', was rejected
ci3 103, nays 237. fho 20 to 1
amendment was likewise, lejecled,
.,eas 119, nays 220. I
Tlio Sliver Question.
As has been anticipated for some
da) 8 past the houso has passed tho
Wilson bill by a deciaivo majority.
Tho countiy has been anxiously
oxpectinK a lcsult of this character
ritor'n hut hardlv with tlio pinnWi'd
shown by tho volo of yesterday. It
is a narrow escape tho Nation has
mndo from one of tho most disas-
4(1 00 " History, supcr-
uuceu cmeiiy tmougii tlio coward
ice of a fow depositor who insisted
on making their diafts on tho
banks and in in my instances cio
atnig a run. nicio noer w is any
leal danger, but an nlaim like this
is like a prairio firo and spreads
Horn door lo door with tho utmost
rapidity. Whether it be a fact m
not the purchasing clause of the
Hieiman act has been regarded as
tho direct cause of tho multitude of
ills which hae beset tho countiy
that its lepeal had boeomo an irn
peraltio necessity. This repeal
was accomplished j estcrday so far
as tho houso was concerned by the
bi-nielalhsts thcmohcs largely, as
tho vote shows. Tliev hae begun
to see that tho purchasing chuso of
the Sherman act was not the road
to their coveted monetary policy.
Tlial conlidenco will bo restored
and the country soon lesnmo its
broad conditions of piospcrity goes
without saytng, lor the Nation has
only been waiting on this consum
mation. Houston Post, August 2!).
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drill SSkf -rirl--l i- ,- - I
'fiffi Xm- DEALERS IN
P Mowers and Bakes, Newton Wagons,
American bowing Machines.
HighestBricWd for Cotton and Country Produce.
Don't Tobacfflp foar Life Away.
is tho tpitbtttTStn M0t allttlebook
that tells nlluli it'Ftyj-to-bno Hie
y.oiidciful, harmlwaiiUnmnteil to
Imcit habit euinXWe cost Is trlflliiR
and tlio inin jylM aiTlS? to quit and
can't runs mxpl; ileal or Unnnciitl
lioklii lisliigiVNatp-bao." bold by
Jlook at iltifgStojSrbr by mall fi eo.
Address TheJ8trfflgaltemedy Co ,
Tuesday's Houston logt had tho
following across its Vront page:
"Don't complain of tho hard times.
Wo nie going to haio ty' grlat fall
business, and caliimty how lei s
can't prevent it. JSinco up and
t.iko part in tho returning lido of
prosperity vthch it comes along.
'TbnTKfHiio is now returning and
money will be plentiful aeSin'witlf-
ln a brief
C. II. ri.ATO.
T irP" 1
Tin; Galveston News has tho fol
lowing to say about cioakers. It
is good advice:
Tho man who is coek-smo that
tho country is going to tho defini
tion bowwows, like the politicians.
tlio poor, and tho tax gatherer, is
nlwayp with us. Thcioare no time
hko "the good old times," and oven
Dick Turpin and Jack Sheppard
wero much better in their respect
ive lines of business than the road
r.g nts and burglars of tho piesent.
This class of croakers Ecems to bo
well reoresentcd in the chief com
mercial and financial city of the
United State", for the Now York
Ooinuereul Bulletin cava that
moichants and bujers from remoto
parts of tho country, who visit tho
Tiiotropolu "ith hope in theii
f ices, and a little money in their
pockets, find a set of business men
with their heads bowed down with
grief, and who iefut,o to bo comfort
ed," and feels eonstiained to make
tho following suggestion:
4 Wo respectfully suggest to the
ercliants and bankeis of this city
it if they uijist toll somebody hoii
cli woiao times will bo beioie
get any Better, tliev tell it to
other in strict lonfiikiKC. A
puny nulls and taitories that
t'eeii idle urb stailini? nn.
-do are doing a pretty gpod
., and tlio hai vests and tl.o
) tuir promlbc n still better
.o. Tho ioource3 ol tho
intry have not j ot been imp liied.
causes of tho present tiouble
n process of removal. Tho
tefii aire, uty breaWng through
I rr'uJ"- '"fogulzajtbe facts and
- Jerful, and asfuinft that buei-
ia going tobejtpretty good.
tcroik.',' KynuVtiuat croak, do
lus iouWSfp5riolfiB eensiblo
..id t.meV rigjAp hi ap
lihod to maniraphcftS points.
A Question of morals.
Returning irom WasliingUmtho
other day, Mr. Henry Wattorfon;
was met by a Itichniond man Eufo
asked for tho now s at tho National
capital, whcioupon tho tiiUlffl
Kentuckian is repotted t'o1!
r-uiu; ineio aro oniy two menlln
iiBlnngton who know
tho silver question. Ono
StowarUof Nevada, w ho
tho'silver. anil tli? ntl??.
ief time' mid b.ulkfinifir- -Daniel of'Vnpnhlf wWjli
md e'ver., body, nd$$3 X&4" ' ' ' ' "".
, will bo happy." ' Tho Savannah NowK c
ingon this I'einark, sajstl
Sir. Mattcrtoii intended to
ana was successful, docs TfoU
answer containn good de.il ol
Aio n o cio it m my of tlii
aro tho .Nt earnest in til
minu lor i, wieo coinngj
in. a i.uio mat woniii not mak"
Qllvrtr .lnll nn., .1 1.. :.!.?lfi
....,.. V.U...I. jll..l .I, JHHI
uo to a gom dollar, comr
thoso who ow n tho silvci miff
.1 v , . . t a
iiiusu no nave no money, (wtyiBpi
mat tne lico coinago of silv&i
in huuiu ;iy in tier tneir tumncia.
condition'' And isn't thereioral
question involved in this eiE
toieo tho peoplo to takiarajTor
neigin siner aoii.iis wiiiclitSomffofi
llin Bllvni-Lnnntr.. a 1.. ?f1fS'
...- ..,... w..n.. Minv;uYlllUUh.CHf
Does it seem light, for innl
tint Senator Stewart, whotFii
ported to bo largely mtereflaj
suver mines, snoum nso llli
lluenco and vote, as n sena
, .,.. .. ... r
LKiister up Biiver at tno expen
tho people? Senator Stewart
not m tavor of tho free coino
silver in 1873, when silver Bvju88!
monetized. Tho statemeiTtBhaf
iwuii puuusneu, anu tlieirlflsWHot
icasoii to doubK its tiuth, tfiafTSeii
ator Stewart, who was a membefj
congress in 187U, voted forla!
Ezclaang' Dealer. T
Jloney senTftMajIKaius' of Eu
lope by ouffllsraBiifofrev Ordci
System, freaSifSffii'd 'trouble
to tho reeiplcnTaBMI lJ'
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JV .1 CKKKDi BBBilM0Sit
m ' i
FLHTO 5 G
new lumber yard just opened.
A first class lot of lumber just leceived which wo will pell you
cheaper than jou can get lumber anywhere clso in Laaca count.
Also Shingles, Doois, Sashes. Bulldeis' Haidwaro of all kind-",
IHrbcd Wire, llrick, Posts and Uuildcrs' JIateiial and Supplies of a-ll
Wc mean liiislness nml Mill outsell nuj other ill in.
Shlnci, ------- - - - - - Texas
For Fruits, Candies, Toys, Notions, Family
Groceries, Soda Water, lee Cream, etc.
Come ono, como all and seo his countless bargains and
choice articles of every description.
TK.-A.XJT'W'HJIlSr &z woLters,
MILLERS AND GlfrNERS,
Theso gentlemen linvo senned all tho latest; Iniprov rienls in ginning
jf machinery and hao spired no expeao in thit line. Their
gin has a capacity of 100balcs,fr Jay, aniV'thoy can
T2Y n-rI TZTiTTT
-" LLS XJLLXll'Xi
fionfectionary, - Fruits, - Nuts,
WELKY, SPECTACLES and NOTIONS or all Kinds.
I.ner. :: :r lUtVJi lUJl A UAI.U
r .. w . )i wfe1
ntmm -"""wwamwimniMW mi 'i n
r.' ' ' r5,5-'J SipSi SSwra
h ., . ...v..,. . , -T
SlrfJnimen'o Stock at-
demonetizing silver. It
until the pneo of silver be
declino, owing to over-prodjctiojj
tnui. uo anu oiner suver minornwru
ers began to clamor for thTjHjreo
coinago of silver.
n i ... . . .!
ieuig urgoiy liitorestca liCBUrar
how can he. as a, senator, lcslslate
for the best intorcsts of tbofi
Is it not natural that hoi
pi ico his own interests an
thoioof tho people? Houston
Daniel Boes, Prop.
Serves meals at all hours, and kcep on hand fresh hi end and c il.ca
at all times'. Fresh fish direct fiom Coi pus Christ! ecry Wednesday
md Saturday oe at 10 cents per ponnd
T.oe'iitcil jiiFitnciosH fiom depot.
Vblch thej nro ilipolnr of n close llptnres. 'lhey deal in all kinds of oil",
.'p.iluts, vuiuUhea unil un exquisite line of wall paper They have on baiiil
jii'llrstfi'lnss lot ot eulfliis. These prmlcmcii iuu ronMuiitlv Ini ri'uoliij;
tliiilr stock. Gio tlmiii a call anil net 100 ei nts woith loi one dollar.
tife. Oil s
TMiS" HLvnQtiAnTDts pon
aij,qf & fOi, tipasBMtijf,, flgaqdli
t all IIonr3, Fresh Oity Beer always on Tap.
:: :: :: Texas.
1 hm,. Jg3lM8"' in which about ?15,0(
Groans WSg&Mgm man Mr. M A. McKnight
J'p-J. "' lm 'htyvpmttp thy. Louis arranging fin t
Now Era: JIoKnishtllroSlhav
secured a contiact lor n jiowKf
storo houses in Lako CbarlcaiKS
in which about ?15,00O is i
tWHHBJ (Successor to KM. Itrcbm.)
p9e wines, liquors, beer, cigars4
rgti2 Pool Hall Run in Connection will
ipHumajloon in Slonlton,
the Saloon, Most
- JIOL'LTON, Texa.