Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 155, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 28, 1892 Page: 2 of 4
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TUESDAY MORSINtt, JUSE 28, >92
Stevexson, the nominee for Vice-
President, is a Kentuckian by birth.
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G*ai will be given the Post-
master-Generalship if Clevelacd
Thx silver plank in the Democrat
ic platform is after the Clevelanc
At Chester, Eng., Gladstone on
his way to speak was hit in the eye
by a woman with a piece of ginger
It is now believed that Oleaveland
can be elected without New York
God speed the daj When New York
will not be essential to success.
The National politioal situation
for the past week has detracted from
the interest in state politics and
things have somewhat simmered
The cattlemen now prisoners at
Fort Russell, Wyo., will soon be
handed over to the Johnson county
authorities. Just when the transfer
will be made is not yet known.
At White Oaks, N. M. the people
are dying at an ostonishing rate with
a disease which baffles doctors.
Some think it is mineral poison in
the canyon on which the town is
At Viroqua, Wis., Judge Newman
Saturday sentenced James Marion
Allen to five years in the state pris-
on for killing Bert Caucut, a pupil,
while flogging him with a stove po-
ker for a trivial misdemeanor.
The South suffers because it does
Hot protect invested capital, says the
New York Herald. That ia the very
reason such a strenuous effort is be-
ing made to beat Gov. Hogg because
his administration has proved inimi-
cal and antagonistic to capital.
Usited States Bank Examiner
George A. Stone closed the first na-
tional bank at Erie, Kan., Saturday.
Liabilities and assets unknown. The
heaviest loser is Feosheo county, the
taxes for June having just been de-
posited to the amount of $20,000 or
* In last Saturday's primaries and
county conventions it was Hoggs
inning. Johnson, Hill, Bosque,
Bell, Erath, Van Zandt, Upshur, and
Parker, all fell into lime adding 78
delegates to the Hogg column while
Clark took in Austin counties seven.
It was not Clark's day.
A belief party ia soon to start for
Greenland for the succor of Lieut.
Peary, who if alive has spent the
winter in that cheerless desolation
of ice. This foolishness of sacrific
iug human life in the idle curiosity
.of trying to find an open sea at the
North pole, should be abolished.
Gov. Ross is to-day the most
popular ex-governor the State of
Texas ever possessed, not so much
because of his even temperament,
his courage and his ability to cope
with great questions, but because
under his guidance the State was
more prosperous that at any other
time in its history.
Sunday's Fort Worth Gazette
plaoes the gubernatorial instructions
for Hogg at 262; for Clark 158. The
Houston Post places them Hogg
241; Clark 183. The News says
Judge Clark has by counties 143f;
by primaries 8; contested 63; total
*Uf; Gov. Hogg by counties 197$;
by primaries 18; contested 25; tota
C. J. Ev.ufs, a straight republican,
has been endorsed by the third party
advocates in the Mount Yermon die
txict for congress. Fact is, the third
partyites are composed principally
of dissatisfied office-seekers of the
democratic and republican parties;
men who wen always in search of
positions for whieh they had little
The Peoples party platform re-
cently adopted at Dallas, when Judge
L. Nnget waa nominated for
the aikvaa flank.
Since it was generally believed that
the silver plank would take pre-
cedence of any other question, save
perhaps the tariff, in the present na-
tional campaign the full text of that
plank should be familiar to the read-
ing public, and a comparison with
the same plank in the Republican
platform will convince the most
skeptical that it cannot cut much
figure. Here is the Democratic
plank: We denounce the Republi-
can legislation known as the Sher-
man act of 1890 as a cowardly make-
shift, fraqght with possibilities of
danger in the future which should
make all its supporters, as well as its
author, anxious for its speedy repeal
We hold to the use of both gold and
silver as standard money of the
country, and to the coinage of both
gold and silver without discriminat
ing against either metal, or charge
for mintage, but the dollar unit of
the ooin».ge of both metals must be
of equal instrinsic and exchangeable
value, or be adjusted through inter-
national agreement or by safeguards
of legislation as shall insure the
maintenance of a parity of the two
metals, and the equal buying power
of everv dollar at all times in the
markets and in payment of debts,
and we demand that all paper cur-
rency be kept at par with and re
deemable in such coin.
We insist upon this policy as es-
pecially necessary for the protection
of farmers and the laboring classes,
the first and most defenseless victims
of unstable money and a fluctuating
Here is the Republican plank; The
American people from tradition and
interest favor bi-metalism, and the
Republican party demanded the use
of both gold and silver as standard
money, with such restrictions and
such provisions to be determined by
legislation, as well secure the main-
tenance of a parity of values of
the two metals, so that the purchas-
ing and debt-paying power of the
dollar, whether of gold, silver or
paper, shall be at all times equal.
The interests of the producers of the
country, its farmers and its working-
men, demand that every dollar
paper or coin, issued by the govern-
ment shall be as good as anyother.
We commend the wise and patri-
otic steps already taken by our gov-
ernment to secure an international
conference to adopt such measures
as will insure parity of value between
gold and silver for use as money
throughout the world.
Judge Clare has not yet had the
opportunity to experiment an a
governor with the principles of which
he is the exponent, but he has seen
the like tried under the administra-
tion of Ex-Governor Ross, and they
were so happy in their results that
it may be said with safety that he
does not represent an extreme at all
He only represents the right
against the wrong, opposes dem*-
goguery and deception, while advo
eating the supremacy of pure,
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ally prepared Liniment, every ingre-
dient of recognized value ana in
constant use by the medical pro-
fession. These iit^wdients are com-
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it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to " Mothers " mailed FREE, con-
taining valuable information and
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A full supply of Ladies and Gentlemen burial robes.
Sandy Street, Brenham, Texas.
SPECIAL PRICES : :
In DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
[ OCa A Few Pair of tlie shoes Left Yet inStees aCa
[ 1 to 3, at dOvi
PAIR CREAM COLORED KID GLOVES, IN SMALL
0\J SIZES, PER PAIR ZOC.
COHEN BROS., Props
East Side Public Square,
Western and Texas Produce,
Imported and Domestic
WINKS, LIQUORS, OIGARS, TOBAOOO,
Delicacies, Candies. Preserved Vegetables, Fruits, Meal, *
Fish, Pickles, Canned Frui*;, JTuts, etc.
tfol® Acftftt Of Anhanaer'a Celebrated St. Lonla Bwc
«•" CK II QUANTITIES AT LOWEST RATES
^Lowest wholesale prices to the trade. Pays the highest market
for Cotton ando'Aer pr6duce.
AGENT FOR W. J. LBMP'S
and Bottled Beer!
Ohoioe Family Q-roceries.
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco; Oigara, Crockery and Glassware
ORABBB BUILD1NO, BBBKHAM, TBXA8.
••-Orders for Keg or Bottled Boer promptly filled. Goods delivered
in all parts of the city free of charge.' <
We have now in Stock an elegant line of Dress
Gotfd* ia all thf1g^j7f$ of Wod Fal^je, with
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LAR8E LIVE OF NETS,
Stetson Hats, all shapes,
makes of Corsets.
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nd other popularf
Our line of Car^
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Have just received a large shipment of the popular
John Kelly Ladies, Misses, and Children Shoes. ,
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Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 155, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 28, 1892, newspaper, June 28, 1892; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth482725/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.