The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 282, Ed. 1, Monday, June 11, 1894 Page: 2 of 8
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THE EVENING NEWS MONDAY JUNE 11 1894.
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J. K. BKAXKTT I'ublislier ami Proprietor.
Omcls.1 Organ 'if the City of Waco
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representative of Tun Daily and
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Tin: Waco Kvkninu Nkws has
the laryest circulation in this oity
and out of the city of any daily
paper published in Waco. Our
oatoomodecntoiuporaries aro respect-
fully challenged to successfully con-
trovert this statenmnt. Our mail-
ing lint and subscription books are
open to all persons wishing for bus-
liiesB reasons to examine them.
Tho Cotton Palace building -a ill
hoou be larpcly in evidence.
The Reagan ground swell failed
to show up laat Saturday. Culber-
son still holds his load and is mak-
ing a gallant light for the nomina-
tion with good chance for eiiccess.
Tho little city of Provident
Heights is a beautiful acquisition to
this city. A few more Parrotts
and few a more Colcords acd Waco
will reach her pbco at tho front of
Tho reason that resolutions con-
domning those seventy-five congress-
men for their undomooratio vote
failed to pass has by no means been
attributed to tho eloquent speech of
Politicians may ditfer about the
tariff and about bimetallism even as
tho people of Waco but tnere is one
lliing the Waco people all agree
upon that is to make the Cotton
Palace a grand suooess.
Brann's address entitled "Evolu-
tion or Revolution" is attracting
widespread attention. In it ho
presents a method by which he
thinks tho nation can at all times be
provided with all the currency
When the resolution condemning
thoso Beventy-tivo congressmen who
disregarded the pledges of the
Democratic platform and voted
ag-.inst the repeal of the ton per
cent tax on state banks of issue and
declaring for the free coinage of
silver was votod down in tho con-
vention last Friday West and
M ody delegates both voted against
tho resolutions; whilo in the primary
each of thoso plaoos gavo Hon.
Monta J. Moore an avowed free
sil-er man a sweeping majority
ov. r Pendleton. So it is fair to
conclude the West and Moody dele-
gates did not express the sentiments
of the mass of the Democrats at
West or Moody and a change of
cither box would have carried the
The Dallas News and Gazette
have stated tho resolutions endors-
ing tho free coinage of silver and
condemning thoso soventy-five con
gressmen for tho voto on the bill
ropealing tho state Innk lax wore
overwhelmingly defeated. In
order that the public may see what
tho correspondents call overwhelm-
ing the vote as cast is hero given.
The full convention had 'J.Q'1
votes; late in the evening Mr. James
I. Mooro introduced the resolu-
tions a motion was made to tablo
on a roll call 10!! voted to table and
h:j voted against 10 votes not cast.
Of thoso who voted for it frequent-
ly tho box was cast by one man;
the other delegates having gone
home. Even as it was it will be seen
the maj jrity was far from overwhelming.
The Now Orleans Times-Demo-crat
csdls those members of congress
who oppose a continuation of the
sugar bounty Populist Democrats.
The gold-bug organs in this state
are equally as ready to call the con-
gressmen who voted for ihu rtmouo-
tizitiou of silver by tho tame name.
Tho faul of the matter is at no
lime in its history has Iht Demo-
cratic party over favored the giving
of a bounty and einoe silver was de-
monetized in 187 ."J to this good. hour
it has boon a part and parcel of the
Democratic faith to demand its
The men who refused to rebuke
tho-io seventy five congressmen who
voted against the plain declaration
of the Chicago platform in the mat-
ter of state banks indirectly re-
buked thoso who votod for tho bill
framed to carry out the will of the
party. It is believed the more tho
slender majority examines and ana-
lyzes that vote the less pleased they
will bo with it.
Tho South's Fair Defendsrs.
At a recent maeting of tho South
orn Women's Historical society held
in St. Louis the oration of Dr. Cave
at tho unveiling of tho monument to
the memory of tho confederate sol-
diers and sailors at Richmond Va.
was read and warmly applauded.
A committee presented tho fol-
lowing preamble and resolutions
which were unanimously adopted:
Whereas For many years the
southern people havo borne mis-
representations slanders abuses
sneers and jeers hoping that they
soften tho animosity of their con-
Whereas The policy of silence
has not proven a shining success;
therefore be it
Resolved That in our opinion
tho policy of silence under false-
hood and abueois unwiso and should
be no longer pursued; and be it
Resolved That we send to the
Rev. Dr. Cave our heartfelt thanki
for tho breaking of that bad policy
and assure him that wo also havo
over held the unwavering faith that
an onlightoned posterity will decide
that tho South was in tho right; and
be it further
ltesolved Tli3t we herewith pre-
sent to tho thinking people of the
city a few indisputable facts on
whioh the South will rest her caso
in the calm ooniidence of winning
1. That wars of conquest are
2. That wars of defense are
3. That from the first to the last
day of the war the North fought a
war of conquest.
(. That from tho first to tho last
day of the war tho South fought a
war of defense.
5. That tho South from tho first
was eager for peace prayed for
0.- That tho North's answer to her
prayer was tho army of 2772 108
men to hurl on ihe South to kill and
desolate and conquer.
7. That at no time did the South
have half (if she had one.third) as
many men to meet those merciless
8. That in its four years' efforts
to conquer the South the North used
the enormous sum of 271 1000-
000. 0. That in her efforts to resist
cocquest tho South had no money
but aho epent her heart's blood with-
By these and ether indisputable
facts the South will bo judged.
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71 ten other galleries made 09.
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The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 282, Ed. 1, Monday, June 11, 1894, newspaper, June 11, 1894; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115839/m1/2/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .