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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 3 1892.
Co 11 illy Officer.
Wo aro aatlmrlrcd to imnounoo Mr. J. O
Jnrnoy as ciuulldnto for th offlco of ounty
T t Collnttof. unbject to tlio action of tho Dem
ocrat of MoLcnniu county
TOB COUUTr ATTOttNEY,
WenTOBinli rlicit to umionnco Onpt. T. A
BInli b a 'lnmlltlito Tor con ty Bitorney of Mo
lennnn county, anbject to tho fiction of tlio
Demoo atlo party.
Mr H A llogBn anthorlrca ns to annonnco
thttliofa c 1 dlitato for comity attorney of
McLei nan ron ty, aubject lo tho action of tns
Den ocratlo party. v
UTnnrn nTithnrtxpit In hnnnnnre .Too F KlllfiOn
tw a rat illdato fur slirrlff at tho enmlnir. cleo
Uon. subject to tho action of tho Democratic
tV. I- Bnrko 'i a canilklato for pherlffof Mc
Lennan cou ty, subject to thi; action of the
Dan l'o d f arantllilato for ro-otectlon to tlio
offlco fihorlff fMcLonnan count", aubject 10
tbo action of thn Uemocrntl party.
Vo aro nu bo lied to announce J. I. Naylor of
Mnoily as h candidate for sber ff aubjoct to tho
action ot tho Democratic parly of McLennan
The very first skirmish between
Clark and Mills and ME and
Horace resulted in a glorish vict
ory for Clark and Mills. We re
fer to the election of representa
tive in Ellis county.
KOn DISIIMCT CLEUK.
Wo re f nthorlzed toan-oitDoe thit Mr. 7.
T Uca'ley I aonoldate for ro-eleetlnn to tho
ofllio of (11k rlct clerk of McLennan con' ty,
subject to t o tutlonortlio Democratic party,
rOU COUNTY CLK111C.
The New? t authorized to annonnco tbat
Tom II Hiownlsa candldato forcountv clcr
ofiMel.ennau county, subject to lu; action of
The kI nnthorlrid to nnnounco Uco
Coo aaacondidatofor re-clecllon to the otitic
of court nb'c f rcclrotNo.l Mo ennau coun
ty, aalject to the Bctlon ot tbo Democratic pa ty
Mr Jame II Lockwood nnthril7o nB to
arpooiice him n a candidal tor ronst.blo of
prorlnct No I McLcnimu ciiunly, aubject to the
AllnH rt . 1m linn, , mr
Til Niws la authorized to annonrcoJohn J.
Wirt a a cnd date for muyor at tho ensuing
city election, on A (til Gth.
The Newp In authorized to ann-nnce th.it
Hl.'jorO ' McCulIochla a candldato for re
elicllon to tho otllc nt mayor of Waco at tho
enenli g election In April.
Election iBt Trcsdayln April. We sro au
thorized toarnounce Major A Illnchrnan a?
candidate fir tbo offlco of Mayor of Unco at the
coming city election.
The Vfwsiaau hr'zed to announce lion. 15.
J Goode as a c ndldate for may r of the city of
it diu ui iuu e ruiug uicciiou iu April.
The News Is authorized to annonnco the
jmiiinf Mr t M U'lubleforre-ele tlon for
the offli oof alderman for the 'third wrard.
When the sprinters first read
George Clark's announcement
they put their cars to the ground.
When they arose they looked
very pale. About that time the
dark horse racket got very loud.
Governor Hogg in answer to
the request from Judge Clark's
friends in Cleburne for a joint dis
cussion wrote that he would, "de-
vide with time Judge Clark." This
is not entirely satisfactory, because
it gives Mr. Hogg the right to
name the terms or rather the
rule of debate,
The San Antonio Express
might give three reasons for fa
voring Hill for the Democratic
nomination. First, he could not
be elected and the protective
tariff would remain undisturbed.
Second, if he was elected he would
not allow the tariff disturbed
much. Third, he would reduce
the brutal Democratic majority in
With an invulnerable platform
thi : Democratic party would, per
ha i)S, make a better fight with a
candidate who is practically ob
scure. The Democratic party is
a party that boasts of its princi
ples and affects to be always
anxious to make a fight oru them.
To nominate either Hill or
Cleveland would inject strong
personalities in the campaign and
divert the public mind from the
issues. Most assuredly is this the
case with Hill. If he is nomi
nated issues involving principle
would be obsured and the great
national struggle would be for the
oflicies. As Grover Cleveland
stands for a principle his candi
dacy would be conducted with
more regard for the issues
and less for personalities; yet, the
majority of the politicians in the
Democratic party are his perso
nal enemies and some of them
would knife him. Illinois can
perhaps furnish a candidate that
would win on the right kind of a
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And take SPECIAL NOTICE, that the Metchants who belong to this
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Goods, and their Prices are the LOWEST.
Goldstein & Migel, Dry Goods.
C. F. Smith, Wall Paper.
Old Comer Drug Store, Drugs.
W. iM. Ragland & Sun, Jewelers.
Alf. Herbelin, Harness.
Geo E. Ames. Hooks rind Kintinnprv.
Mrs. 13. J Doss, Millinery.
Harrison & Co. Hardware.
R. T. Dennis & Bro., Furniture.
Gabert & I3ro., Tailors.
Love & Co., Music.
W. K. Finks & Co., Groceries.
J. L. Bergstrom, Photographer.
$& MnHts sSfetosss
Editor and General Manager.
Entered ul Clio Waj (uatutauu us seo
onil alass nin.ll matter.
Largest Circulation of any Paper in
It will be seen by reference to
our dispatches yesterday that the
Texas delegation to congress de
liberately places Texas in the Hill
column when they know, if they
know anything about the doings
of their constituants, that every
effort to get up a Hill boom in
Texas has fallen flat. Texas is
against Hill a heap stronger than
New York is against Mills.
Finloy eas now that ho haB noth-
ios? to do with Hogg's campaign and
that Hogg has no headquarters at
Tyler. Well, wo expeoted Finley
would be firod after that opening
peeoh at Tyler but did not expect it
The Tribune, in a paroxism of glee,
Bays : "Turn Galveston louso"
Huruphuniph she might float away.
THE NEWS IS THE OFFICIAL OH
GAN OF THE CITY OF WACO.
"lltitright Is right, though it in not al
ways jwpnlar, unit I stand hg it whether it
retlrex hip to private life or litis me to high
er honors." linger Q. Mills.
"I am for rree coiuiuorcu with ull
JUDGE CLARK'S SPEECH.
Every one who wants onpiea of
Judge Clark's Bpeuoh, delivered re
cently at Weathorford, can obtain
them, ready for mailing, at the busi
ness ofllco of Tiie News
Finley's Tyler speech was so
tough the Dallas News found it
necessary to apologize for print
ing it. Governor Hogg made an
anti speech in Tyler during the
prohibition campaign that had to
be abreviatcd in order to make it
decent enough to go into print
and get through the mails. His
speech as printed was full of
dashes and resembled a blank re
port of a United States revenue
The enemies of Col. Mills will
hardly try to bring up the old
prohibition racket. The race for
senator is evidently betweed Chil
ton and Mills and Chilton being
an anti. Smith county refused to
send him to the state convention
in 1 888 at Fort Worth, and Mills'
friends in Navarro took him up
and sent him as a delegate from
there. In that way Chilton had
a voice in naming the delegates
to the National Democratic con
vention at St. Louis in 1888.
Tho following appointments have
been made by Judge Olark when ho
will speak on political issues :
Fort Worth, Wednesday, Maroh 9th.
Whitesboro, Thursday, Maroh 10th.
Gninehville, Saturday, Maroh 12th.
Sherman, Monday, March 14th.
Denton, Tuesday, March loth,
Bonham, Thursday, Maroh 17th.
Ilonoj Grove, Friday, March 18th.
Paris, Saturday, Maroh 19th.
CUrksville, Monday, Maroh 21st.
Sulpha- Springs, Wednesday,
Greenville, Thursday, Maroh 24th.
Mr Kinney, Saturday, March 20th.
Other appointment will bo an
announced from titno to time. Gov.
Ho2g is invited to be present at any
appointment and participate on equal
Representative Swayne, of
Fort Worth to Russell Kingsbury,
of Waco. "If George Clark was
not lobying at Austin what was
he doing down there during the
session of the legislature?" Rus
sell Kingsbury, of Waco, to
Representative Swayne, of Fort
Worth: "I know hundreds of
people in Fort Worth who have
been trying to find out what you
were doing down there during the
session of the legislature.
Tho San Antonio Express says :
"Tho conservative business men of
Texas, those who are mo3t truly inter
ested in its developemenl, those who
navo regarded wnh ineueotual disap
proval tho llWH and nttprannpa roliinli
havd dono so much to retard its
growth, aro rallying to tho support of
Mr. Olark. Ex Governor Ross has
announce for him. Tho peoplo who
regard Ross as a safe man aro numer
ous." The foregoing editorial utterances
comes from an able journal, and one
whoso indepondonco is proverbial.
The Express has not supportod Judgo
Olark, yet has not boon unfriendly
to him. Its observation as above re
corded is oorrpot in ovory particular.
Tho San Antonio Demoorat was
burned out of its homo tho other day,
but Ferguson is still printing tho paper
and making it just as bright and inter,
eating as ever it was.
"AnybodytobeatHogg" is the
tiik ni:ws ix imn:r.
Snllivan (111.) Republicans refused to
inoorso senator (Jullom for tho presi
dency. Fnthor Nicholas Redding lias " re
nounced the Roman Catholic church at
Now York City.
Saloonkeepers of Valparaiso, Iud
have organized to elect their friends to
Beer stamps were stolen at Davenport
and tho government defrauded. Ono
arrest has been made.
Garza's friends interviewed Governor
Ho'g of Texas. , Overtures wero raado
to General Stanley for his surrender.
Tho export reports tho Arkansas
treasurer's offlco all right and securities
properly accounted for by the treasurer.
A Chicago landlord was indicted for
Thero was a failnro to form a lumber
trust at Philadelphia.
Ramsey, 111., is overrun by potty
thieves from among homo talent.
Iron workers talk of seceding from tho
A German noblemnn mm nnWinoi
from the Nebraska penitentiary.
"Whitecap cases at Ottumwa, lo., were
postponed until May 2.
Newfoundland seal fislmrs wnw.
caught in a storm and frozen to death.
LoaANsroKT, Ind., March 3. Three
brothers named Fettig, formerly em
ployed in this city about two years ago,
embarked in tho dry goods business at
Kentland. Later their store was burned,
and the partnership was dissolved. Joe
continued the business, while tho other
two went elsewhere. The insurance
money was collected by Joe, who re
fused to surrender to his brothers their
share. John Fottig then sued and ob
tained judgment for 000. Bon threat
ened to do likowise, and Joe, nngry at
their interference, caused tlm fnlWi.i. t
do arresteu lor arson, swearing that his
brother burned tho store. Bon now
lives at Elwood, and was taken to Kent
land to answer for his offonco. It is said
that ho will now turn stato's evidence,
and implicate both brothors as accos
ories. Van Wyclt Tlirlr Choice.
OM.vnA, Marph 3. Tho Nebraska In
dependents fired their first guu for a
presidential candidate. They agreed
upon ex-Umted States Senator Cliiirles
an Wyck. A number of Iho leaders
of tho htat had thoniholves interviewed
inOnmlm. They explained Unit Van
jv'c i'. -nro to b their nominee anil
assort tlui even tho friends of Weavet
of I nvn anil Donwlly oi Mimwsvtn d
unt that V.m W'yck will control tho
greatest stienth on fii-bt ballot in tho
convention. 'Uu.y declare th.it his icc
oixl for fighting monopolies alone will
gtvo him the nomination, nnd iissoi t that
through defereiico to Van Wyck the con
yention will hold in Nebraska. General
Vim Wyck was hero, too, but said Ue
was not after tho nomination.
3 3 lb cans of Vniicuard lnnr.
Probes 3 50
Dodson & Hill's best in pints,
Superior Chili sauoo, pint b'ts. 25
2 lb cans blakborries, 5 for (if)
1 lb can Monarch B Powder for 15
Good family fancy flour, per sk. 1 25
The best green coffee 5 lbs for 1 00
Navy beans, 525 lbs for 1 00
Hominy, 30 lbs for 1 fjO
Best proservos, per pound 09
30 lbs grits for 1 00
Dried ppleB,quarters,best lb lbs 1 00
And all othor goods too numerous to
mention. Pleaso call early and leavo
your ordors, as I have a gtcat rush on
Saturdays. Yours for low prices,.
J. D Loftin,
At Chas Rast'f. Old Stand.
CITI2EUST3 NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
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J B MoLKNDON. Proaldent.
W. D. LACY,
O. B. nioaiNsoN,
J T. DAVIS, Vioe-prealdent.
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allthVpVinSipaip ;n;orthVunedUtVdKn?ope.0n, " " "" M
Manfactui ers S Wh lesale Grocers.
Alexandre's Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure 8nioes.
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blond Coffee.
Mooro Bros' White Wine and A.pP0 Vinegar.
Moore Bros' Pure Cider.
Moore Bros' Flint Candy.
HftVlni? DUrollftSfirl M. Alnrnnrlrn'a lin.lnao.ir... -.,.,. ... all
orders promptly. Patronize Horna Eostitutlons. Sustain our etrnrtB to mak
vvaco n ureat ivianiuanttirlnif Centre.
WACO, : i TEXAS.
Have removed from Paoiffo Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g
0. W. DWTD
The old Orand Jlulldlug, Xorth of 1'laxa,
The finest vohicles and horsrH in tb
city. Call carriages for ludie? a spa
cialty and when desired, ladies can
nave a unver in nvery. AU trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.
satistaction guaranteed. Horses
V, D MAYS1ELD, President J. D, BELL, Vice Preeldont. JOHN D. MAVFIHLD, Cwbler
The Gity Savipgs . Bapk
Will Commence Business March 1, 1892, with
$100,000 Carpitebl Stools.
Tho ehsrea are payab'e In mothly lntal'ments or two dollar. Arybody can tala etock
now beoauio.tbe rajmmta are o amall, but In a abort time yon will not ba able to buy the tok
without paying an cnermona piemlnm. See the each rr at onco t yun want itock,