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WACO DAILY NEWS, Al ARCH 1 1S92.
Wo ore nuIhorlreI to unuonnco Mr. J. C
Tin Collector, tubjret lo till) action of the Dem
mratti of Mcl.eiitiiin cnnnlr
1 OK CODUTr ATTOIWET.
Wcarcantli rleil to nnnouiico Capt. T. A
Blnli a. a landluato for ooutty attorney or Mc
Lennan oonnty, gubjoct to the nctlun or tlio
Dcmoc alio party.
S A ITognn anthorlrcs iib to annouueo
oln 0.1 ilUlato Tor county attorney or
McLennan follMV, enbjcct to tlio action r the
Woare authorized tc Rtmouncc .loo V Ellison
a a raixllflato Tor uliarltl at tliu eniuInK dec
tlon. subject to the action or tho Doniocrotlo
W. I,. Dntko 'e a rami date for shcrllTor Mc
Lennan cou. ty. subject to tho action of tho
Democratic i arty..
Dai 0 (1 1 nrnmllcUto Tor ro-oloctlon to tho
office rslicrlfT fMcI-ciinan rouut. suujoct to
the action ot tli Democratic party.
r8 re ntliOTlzoil to an onaoi1 tint Mr. 7,
T lieu'ley i-acndldate for re-election to the
office of dlt'rlct clerk of Mol.onnan coU' ty,
subject to t oa tlonoftho Democratic party,
TiikN'cw ! authorised to announce that
Tom II mown is a candlilato ror county clerK
or McLennan county, enhjecttotue nctlou or
I liu D-moi ratio party.
nE NkwIc nuthorlrcd to announce. Ice
Cook as a candidate for ro-vlccllon to tho ottlee
of conitabio f rcclnot No 1 McLennan coun
ty, subject to the Bctlon of tho Democratic pa ty
Mr Jarao II Lockwood uth"rUo us to
announce him n a randldato or consthblo of
product No I McLnnau cuunly, subject to tho
action of iho Democracy.
Til" Nws 1b authorized to announce John C.
Wctt ma oml date for mayor at tho ensuing
city elettlun, on April Cth
Tin Kbws 1 authorized to ann-unce tint
HI orC '. .McCulloch Ik a candidate ror re
el cl Ion to tho oillc- r mayor of Waco at the
ensnli g clcctto in April.
Election 1st T1 esdayin April. We are au
thorized to announce Major A Hinchman as
candidate fur the office of Mayor of Waco at the
eomlnK city election.
The N'fws is nu hnrlzed to announce Hon. H.
J Goodeasac ndldato for may r of the city of
Waco al tho o suing election lu April.
Tue News Is authorized to announce the
nam of Mr A M G'lDble for re-elo tlon for
tho offlco or alderman for the 'ihlrd ward.
ifiUfc-ws; HS&Slwr 3fctaa
Editor and General Manager.
Entered tit the W&v.j postottloe as sec
ond claBS mall matter.
Largest Circulation of any Paper in
THE NEWS IS THE OFFICIAL 0H
GAN OF THE CITY OF WACO.
"lliil right U riyht, though it is not ttl
tfiilM iiDjiiilnr, unit I timid hi It whether it
rrtlrri i prtrttte life or lift trie to hiiih
r honor." Itogrr Q. Mill.
"I inn for Ireo cniuiuorco Willi all
tiailiuii..') TlioiuiiM Jcffcraou.
Sul Ross is for Clark and the
sprinters are accelerating their
jDo our Dcinooratic farmers who have
favored the sub-treasury relish tho
name "skunk" as applied to them by
Ilogg's campaign manager. N. Webb
If Webb Finley is to bo Hogg's
campaign manager common deconoy
demands his resignation of the office
of chairman of tho State Domocratio
Did the Democrats of Texas when
the) delegated to Wobb Finloy tho
au'.nonty ti execute the will of
the party, delegato to him also tho
privilego of soleoting its oandidato
Ex-Gov. Ross' letter to Judge
Gerald takes the wind out of the
sails of the few admin
istration howlers who feigned
to believe that Clark was
in the race just to beat Hogg.
Clark is riming for governor and
is fighting to win.
Hill if anominated cannot carry
New York state. But, if he could
do this with the powerful influ
ence of the machine he would
certainly lose New Jersey, Con
necticut and West Virginia. Hill's
ambition was one cause of the de
feat in 1 888 and his ambition has
made victory almost impossible
for the Democrats this year
matters not who is nominatod.
TEXAS WORLD'S FAIR WORK.
In noticing the movement in
Texas for the World's Fair fund
the Manufacturers Record says:
In what ,othcr southern state
will a dozen men of wealth pledge
themselves for $150,000 to aid in
making a great display at the
World's Fair, as was done last
week in Galveston? Such an ex
ample of enterprise should stir up
every progressive man in the
South. Texas has been
striving to raise S300,
000 by popular subscrip
tion for the World's Fair, but the
results were very meagre, and the
prospect was not encouraging
when the directors met in Galves
ton last week. Just after the sec
retary finished reading a rather
discouraging report as to the out-
look an offer was made by a dozen
of Galveston's leading business
men to pledge themselves on be
half of that city for a subscription
of 5150,000, provided the head
quarters of the World's Fair com
mittee was removed to Galveston,
and that city be given a
majority of the directors.
This offer was enthu
siastically accepted. It will al
most certainly insure the raising
of the other $150,000, and thus
give Texas $300,000. With this
sum that state can make a display
of its resources that will do credit
to its vast mineral, timber and ag
ricultural wealth. An exhibit
from Texas which will command
the attention of every visitor to
the World's Fair is now assured.
Galveston well deserves the privi
lege of having a majority of the
directors on account of its great
enterprise, and the attention
which will be centered on that
city will repay the cost many
The Record then urges other
southern states to follow the ex
ample of Texas not neglecting to
mention the possible local jealou
sies that may arise but urging
that where a city shows such
matchless enterprise as did
Galveston after months of hard
canvassing had failed, there should
be no envious carping. The
News believes that other Texas
cities will accept the situation and
as Galveston has pledged half of
the World's Fair fund they will
do the rest.
tiii: m:ws in iikiksp.
Moline, 111., linil a fiO.OOO firo caused
by a dynamo explosion.
Tlio Ozark (Mo.)' burglary sensation
has been cleared up by the arrest of tin cu
Seven tramps havo been arrested near
Burgestown, Pa., on tho charge of safe
blowing. Win. Brown of St. Louis narrowly
escaped lynching in Chicago for assault
ing 11 mtio gin.
"Major Atom," the midgot, is to
marry Miss Bertha Carnahan, also
midget, of Benson, Minn.
Mi.ss Ida Fitzhngh, an actress, was
married in Chicago, whilo sick iu bed,
to Mr. Grovo B. Shepard.
Tlio lilwral element of the United
Brethren in Christ won a substantial
victory over tho radicals in au Hliuois
Charles Schmidt, a 11-year-old boy of
Newark, N. .!., has boon committing
forgery with tho industry of a uow "Jim
Secretary Sutton of the Irish National
league of America has resigned because
110 is miaulo to acquiesco m President
Gannon's nppenl for funds.
Ex-Senator Ingalls told tho Kansas G.
A. It. that after tlio war tho soiitlipm
6tates should havo been reduced to ter
ritories and given to Union soldiers.
Conservatives aro liable to ho dofontpil
in tho British parliament at auy time.
Authorities in Austria have frowned
upon attempts to reliovo tho distress ex
isting among unemployed laborors.
Dispatches from Berlin announce that
tho Kaiser is a lunatic, and that tho
polico havo found several dynamite
bombs in connection with tho riot
TRYING THE PRIVATES. '
FREE I 5 FREE
Don't forget to Ask for the Consumer's and Merchac ts'
CONSUMERS TAKE NOTICE,
That every Cash Purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any Merchant
whose name appears below entitles you to a FIVE PER C13NT SCRIP
which they will accept for FIVE CENTS on every
Gash Purchase of One Dollar
And take SPECIAL NOTICE, that the Mctchants who belong to thw
Association aro the most wide-awake and keep the Best Selected Stock of
Goods, and their Prices are the LOWEST.
Tor Slilrklnsr Tholr Duty Durliic tlio Coal
Kxoxvilee, Tenn., March 1. Two
more of the deserters, Privates Usery
and Darden of Memphis, wero tried by
tho court martial of Coal Creek. Their
sentence will not be known until it is
published by tho military authori
ties. There is a good deal of shooting and
general disorder at Coal Creek almost
every night. A statement comes from
there that tho man who was found dead
on the railroad tracks a day or so sinco
was not killed by tho cars, but had been
shot. The report has it that tho dinstor
who examined tho body says that tho
man's arm had been broken by a ball
which pierced his heart, also that ho
was on the railroad when shot. This is
Many minors are leaving Coal Creek,
and all trouble at Bricovillo has been
settled by tho adoption of tho co-opera-tivo
Goldstein & Migel, Dry Goods.
C. F. Smith, Wall Paper
Old Corner Drug Store, Drugs.
W. Jl. Ragland & Son, Jewelers.
Alf. Ilcrbelin, Harness.
Geo E. Ames, Books and Stationery.
Mrs. 13. J. Doss, Millinery.
Harrison & Co. Hardware.
R. T. Dennis & Bro., Furniture.
Gabert & Bro., Tailors.
Love & Co., Music.
W. K. Finks & Co., Groceries.
J. L. Bergstrom, Photographer.
Look out for m j bier, specialty sales
Saturdiys, J. A. Early.
Finest liquors for medioal pur
posen at J. A. Early's. ,
Piokled and spioed pips feet 25
cents a dozen at J. A Early's.
Am overstocked in preserves, finrsr.
line in the oity, selling at cost. J. A
Tho lots in the Kirkpatrick addi
tion are the cheapest over offered in
Now York seed notatoes rrnnmm ot
J. A. Early's.
(E. E. Thompson has a fow more of
thoso damaged paints and wall paper
for salo at your own prioo )
Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes and Dr. J
R Forrell havo fitted n miiio ni
rooms in tho new Provident building,
seoona lioor, where they may be found
in futuro. Telenhnno nt nffin nn
residences. Slates at Old Cornor Drug
Throo horses, one ten horse power
engino and boiler and a lot of shelving
and storo fixtures. Cheap and on
good terms. Mooue Bios.
CanviiHicil for President.
New Oklkans, March 1. Tho Trans
mississippi Commercial congress of gov
ernors, senators, ex senators, congress
men, cx-congressmeu and others which
was held hero last week has been can
vassed to as tho presidential outlook, and
out of 103 votes 30 wero fpr
Clevoland, 13 for Hill, 21 foV
Blaine, 14 for Boies, 9 for Palmer
and others for McKinlay, Harrison, Alli
son and Carlislo, Gray, Walcott and
Gresham. David B. Hill received an
unlucky number of votes which wero all
from Texas, with tho exception of one
from Colorado. Texas men said in favor
of Hill that ho was most availablo and a
man who would carry all before him on
account of his political strength in Now
3 3 lb oana of Vanguard best
Dodson & Hill's best in pints,
Superior Chili sauco, pint b'ts. 25
2 lb cans blakborries, 5 for 50
1 lb can Moimroh B Powdor for 15
Good family fanoy flour, per sk. 1 25
The best green coffee 5 lbs for 1 0(
Navy beans, J5 lbs for 1 00
Hominy, 30 lbs for 1 00
Best preserves, per pound 0D
30 lbs grits for 1 00
Dried ipple8,quarter8,best 16 lbs 1 00
And all other goods too numerous to
mention. Pleaso call early and leavo
your orders, as I havo a gicat rush on
Saturdays. Yours for low prices.
J. D Loftin,
At Chas Rast's Old Stand.
OITIZBJSTS NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106 000
L B. BLACK, OatMn
SSiJf?iwf.V'1'n?c iHMleoM, merchant, frmtri. raeohanlcs aal other olamos nollcltod. W
ya pxruonai ana ipeoUI attentloi
Exoh inge bought and told 01
J. B. MoLKKDON. President
0. H. niQOlNSON,
I ha vtvlnntn.l -.IJi-rtL' i I . " ".Kl " "
all tho principal pjlnta of tho United States And Enropo.
Manfactm ers 1 Whdesale Grocers.
Colored Kuklux Clnn.
Camden, Ark., March 1. Tho house
of Joe Long, colored, residing at Eagle
Mills, near this city, was fired into by a
crowd of masked callors. No damage
resulted, however, and Long camo to
this city and informed tho officers. They
at onco departed for tho mills, and after
arriving, under tho direction of the ag
grieved, they arrested Henry Peters,
colored, as being ono of the marauders.
Othor arrests will follow as soon as the
parties aro known. It is a case of
woman and tho principals aro all
Starved lilglit Durs.
Vincbsnes, Ind., March 1. Frank
Bairias, a farm hand, imprisoned in a
box car eight days without food or
drink, waa released from his involuntary
confinement. His feet wero so badly
frozen that ho could neither stand nor
walk, and his body so emaciated that ho
was little moro than a skeleton. Tlio car
being in an isolated plnco on n sidetrack
between this city and Lawrenceville.tho
cries ho made for help could not bo
Colorcil Cum let Shot.
Hutciiins, Tox., March 1. Will Will
iams, a negro convict on tho county
farm, mado a break for liberty. The
farm physician picked out between Will
iam's shouldor and calf of leg about
thirty No. 8 shot. Tho negro escaped
from the farm Kntnn ti'mn mA D..i.n
- ...v UtS, OIIU3U'
quently was jailed in Ellis county, es
Six room lintlHP rmth rnom a !.,.
. .., . u..w..v nuojuuni ,ji Jims county, es-
pallery, cistern and stable, good loea- enped and voluntarily returned to tho
linn Annltt tn M T T FT . Tlnllnu rn...t.. rnM A i . .
....... ..,,,,,y ,u WID, ,, u narris , V.......I.J Hum iu curve out ins
No. 1023 Jefferson street. ' term. Ho Bays ho has always boon well
fed and treated at, tho farm.
Alexandre's Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure Bpioes.
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Ooffoo.
Moore Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar.
Moore Bros' Pure Cider.
Moore Bros' Flint Candy.
HavlUC DUrdha.qfirl Mr. A loTfvnHrn'a hnulnno.ir ,. .,,.. .,--! t rill
orderapromptly Patronlzo Homo Institutions. Bustain our etforts to make
Waco a Great Manufacturing Centre.
M!3IIfcOW, JPIyTXTCKZ E OD & Co.
WACO, : : : : TEXAS.
'FIBE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass' Insured Against Breakage. : . : . : : : i i
: : : ' ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
offiob vynnn itotjsz iioyax.'
REAL, ESTATE AID RENTAL AGENTS,
Have removed from I?aoiffo Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'gf
0. W. DWD
The old Orand llnlldtng, A'orth of i'Mr,
The finest vehicles and horses in th
oity. Call carriages for ladies a apt
cialty and when desired, ladies ca
have a driver in livery. All trains met
Prompt atleqtion to all orders afad
boarded on reasonable terms.
)ifefck i awixil!
t) ' cSSSkLmmmmmmmfM
satisfaction guaranteed. Horses