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WAJCO DAILY NEWS. MARCH 8 1892.
ron oouutt attouhet.
We ato nntli rlied to announce Capt. T. A
Blnlf a a lamllilato for couoty attorney of Mo
l.ennan county, anujoot to the action of too
Mr H A llogan anthnrltcs u to annonnco
that bo I a o.i.dtdato for oonnty attornoy or
JtcLeinan ron' ty, inbjcct lo tho action of the
Do j ocratlo party,
Tiik News la anthorltcil to announce that
Jmijre U H. Hardy Is a candidate fr county
attorror or McLouian county, auljcct to tho
action of the Democratic, party.
TtiE Nkws 1 anthorlred to announce T.
3 rrimra as a candldato for Uxcrl cctor for
Mol.ennan ronnty. subject to tho action of tho
Dcmocia lc jiarty.
Wo are authorized to annonnco Mr. J. 0
Jnrney as candidate for tho office or ounty
Tax Collector, fubjcot to tho action of tho Dem
ocrats of McLcnnau county.
Wears nnthortzed to announce Joe F Ellison
aca candidate fur sheriff at the emulng elec
tion. Bubjcci to tho action of tho Dcniocratlo
W. L. Tlnrko Is a rand'dato for sheriff of Mo
lerren county, subject to the actlou of tho
Dan Fo d 1 ncndldato f Jr re-oloctlon to the
ofllce fshcriff f McLennan countj, subject to
the action of the Democratic party.
Wo aro n ho lied to announce J. f'.Naylor of
Moody as a candldato for sher ff. subject to the
action otlhu Democratic party of MoLcnnnn
Wo re snthorlred toanionnoc thit Mr Z.
T I!caley i-nomlldato for re-eloctlnn to the
ofliio of dts'rlct clerk of McLonnan cou ty,
tubjeci to t oaitlonoftho Democratic party.
The News is Authorized to annonnco Ed
Eparka s a candldato for district clerk, eubj ct
w me acnon 01 me ueinocro ic jisi ty.
Tub News Is antborltpd to annonnco Br. Y.
W. Hunter as a candldato for tho office or dti
trlct o erk subject to tho action or tbo Demo
The News e authorized to announce that
Tom II. Hiown is a candldato for county cler
of ilcI.eDDHii county, subject to Iht action of
tliuD-inoi ratio party.
We arn authorized to announo JnoF. Mar
shall as a 'andldato fortht Ull e of connty
clerk, subject to tbo octl.nof iho Demociattc
KOtl CONST AUI.K.
fne Nkw Is authorized to "nnounco Iee
uoon as a canuiua'e ror re-ciccnon to tun omi e
of corii-tnb'o i f rcclnot No I Mc ennau coun
ty, sabject to the action of tho Democratic a ty.
Mr. Jamo II. Lockwood nth tIio- us to
announcr hlni n a candidate 'or const bio of
jwlnct No. I McLtnnau county, subject to tho
action or i ho Democracy.
Election 1st Tncsdayln April. We aro au
thorized to announce Major A Illnchman as
candidate fur the ofllce of Mayor of Waeoattte
coming city election.
The Vf-wsJs nu'hTlzerUo announce Hon. R.
J Gondeasac ndlJatu for may rut the city of
Waco at the e sutug cUctiou lu April.
Tn N wslsanthorlzodf) announce John C.
Weft re acnd dato for mxyor at tho ensuing
Tub News Is authorized to announce thit
in yorC. '. McCullochis a candidate for re
el) ctlon to the otllc ti mayor oT Waco at the
ensulig electio i in April.
The News Is authorized to announce the
jiMii-nf Mr A. M Qtlublefor n-ole tlon for
the offli o of aldnnnai for the '1 hird ward.
&&SDWK M&Hl3 3$kfcS
Editor and General Managor.
Entered at the WntJ postotfloe aa aoo
nnd class mall matter.
Largest Ciroulalion of any Paper in
1HE NEWS IS THE OFFICIAL 00
GAN OF THE CITY OF WACO.
"iiii.rimij riyu, inougn not al
xeavti jtojinlar, and X stand bit it whether It
rttlrm ihk to private life or llta me to hlnh
r honors."-Itogrr Q. Milts.
"I am torfroo cotiimorco with, ull
iintloiik.M xIioiuuh Jefferson.
JUDGE CLARK'S SPEECH.
Every one who wants oopies of
Judgo Clark's speech, delivered re
cently at Weatherford, can obtain
them, ready for mailing, at tho busi
ness office of Tiik News
The Sun Antonio Express will pro
bably be bufid for libel. Ic printod on
March G h a pioture labeled Miohael
Angelo Baronotti Simoni, taken,
undoubtedly, from tho photograph of
an Eist Texas huntor after ho had
spei t too hours twisting the hido off
a cotton tail rabit in a hollow log
and realized that tho gamo had es
caped him, beoauso his skin wna
played out bitoh is the fato of en
terprise gono to seed.
Hon. J. W, Throoktnorton has re
ceived many expressions of favor from
people in all parts of tho stato as a
oandidato for governor. Now, Tub
News dnsires to make a prediction,
J W Throokmortion will do just as
did the Littlo Cavalryman come out
squarely for Clark.
MILLS AND THE ADMINIS7PATI0N.
In tho recent olection for represen
tative in Ellis oounty, tho fight was
niado Bquaroly botween Chilton and
Mills, Mr. Singloton favoring Chil
ton for sonator and Mr. Boall favor
ing Mills. Tho govornor, in faot tho
ontiro administration, throw its weight
and influonoo on tho sido of tho Chil
ton man and tho argumout that to
oloot Mills would bo a slap in the
governor's fnoo was freely and vigor
ously urged. This was not all, Chil
ton's Camoron speooh was scattered
broadcast ovor tho county, also tho
Governor's "marbles lottor" wherein
ho explains that ho appointed Chilton
because thoy wero govs together and
Chilton was his dearest friend, and so
forth. This influonoo was a mighty
powor for tho people to contend with.
Tho cntiro party miohinery was at
the command of the administration
through whioTi to got this and other
literature into tho hands of the voters.
Those oitizons who behoved that thoy
in common with evory othor citizen of
Texas, had a right to a voioe in tho
soleotion of tho stato's representative
in tho United Statos senato, nnd that
tho governor was no, givon tho power
of appoiatment for the purposo of re
warding his friends, mado tho fight
agiinst this unwarranted assumption
of offioial power and won. After all
this, somo of Qoveraor Hogg's mouth
piooos hive had thoohcek to announoe
that it looked aa though Mills was
going into a combination with Clark
against tho administration and if he
was he would have a groat load to
oarry. It is all right enough for
Chilton and Hogg to combine against
Mills aocording to tho Hoijtr hoelers
but Mills must not fight the adminis
tration Well wo'il sea who has the
heavier load, Chilton carrying Hogg,
or Mills carrjing Clark. Tho admin
istration threw itself in tho fight in
Ellis oounty for Chilton and against
Mills, and there is nothing on earth
too big for Roger Q Mills to taokle
when he or his people aro attaoked.
Well may tho Bprinters tromblo at the
thought. A oampaign with our War
wick and tho Coraioan in the lead
with "Torn Texas Loose" as tho
slogan will bury the Hogg Chilton
combine out of sight. Mills is all
right. His load ai'nt a bit heavy.
Better try to get somo of Chilton's
load off hirn
The Houston Post believes Judge
John H. Reagan is a demagogue in
tho sonse that all politicians are dem
agogues but thinks it is a "matter of
surpriso that any mac who seeks offioe
in Texas, for himself or his friend.
should have so little judgment, oven
as a matter of poliay, a to attnok the
integrity of Judge Reagan boforo
the peoplo of Texas." As a
matter of policy it is
presumed the Post is willirg to be
olasaed with tho "venal priW by
Judge Reagan without a rejoinder,
and that when Judge Reagan oharges
by implication that all men who deny
tho right of his commission
feupposo Allee had been oonvicted
and condemned to death, to whom
could ho hvo appealed fur moroy?
Goy. Hogg had converted tho cxnou
tive!. in whom is lodged all tho moroy
known to tho law in suoh oases, into
a prosecutor and his attitudo would
have preoludod 'consideration of an
application for exfovtivo clemency,
Judgo Clark's Appointments.
Tho following appointments havo
bcon mado by Judgo Clark when ho
will spoak on political issues :
Fort Worth, Wednesday, Maroh 9th.
Whiiesboro, Thursday, March 10th.
Gainesville, Saturday, Maroh 12th.
Sherman, Monday, Maroh 14th.
Denton, Tuesday, Maroh loth.
Bonham, Thursday, Maroh 17th,
Honoy Grove, Friday, March 18th.
PariB, Saturday, Maroh 19th.
Clarksvillo, Monday, Maroh 21st.
Sulohu- Smines. Wedne&dav.
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Greenville, Thursday, Maroh 24th.
McKinnev, Saturday, March 20th.
Jewott, Wednosday, March 30.
Palestine, Thursday, Maroh 31.
Rusk, Saturday, April 2.
Hendorson, Monday, April 4.
Atlanta, Wednesday, April G.
Texarkana, Thursday, April 7.
Torroll, Friday, April 8.
Dallas, Saturday, ipril 9.
Hillsboro, Wednesday, April 13.
Waxahachie, Thursday, April 14.
Corsicana, Saturday, April 1G.
Other appointments will bo an
announced from timo to time. Gov.
Hogg is invited to be present at any
appointment and participate on equal
THE WACO WEEKLY HEWS!
AN 8'PACE, 40-COLUMN PAPER.
Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News.
Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until January i, 1893
F081 SO 0N?S.
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
An Arklirnnn Doctor Acqultli'd of Iurol
Little Rock, Mnrch 8. An interest
ing caso has just been decided nt Des
Arc, this state. Dr. Georso E. Petty
was prosecuted for involuntary man
slaughter and acquitted.
Mrs. Clara Edmonson died on Dec. 8
in n 6tnpor which simulated opium
poisoning. Dr. Petty bad been her phj -sician,
and had given her opium and
bellndonna for several days to control
vomiting. This treatment seemed to
proiluco tho desired effect fnr Knwml
days nnd then ceased to ilo ko. Tho Tnn.
tor then gave belladonna in such doses
tnas mo wnolo amorint given in seven
hours was UQ drops of tho standard
tincture. Another doctor in tho vicinity
was tho prosecuting witness. Four ox
perts for the prosecution sworo that so
much belladonna in that timo was a
poisonous dose, while five experts sworo
the contrary. It was shown by tho pre
scriptions produced in court of one of
tho prosecuting experts that ho had
given aoo drops in six houro at one timo
and 540 drops in ten hours at another
timo with no bad effects. Dr. Potfx-
avers that the woman died of congestion
ui me orain, aim tins opinion was held
by several of tho experts. Tho case pro-
uucetl profound interest in Prairie
county and it was difficult to get an un
prejudiced jury. Popular sentiment ap
proves the verdict.
3 3 lb cans of Vanguard best
peaohes $ fiO
Dodson & Hill's best in pints,
Superior Chili sanoo, pint b'ts. 25
2 lb cans blakborries, 5 for 50
1 lb can MouHrch B Powder for 15
Good family fanoy flour, per sk. 1 25
Tho best greon oi-ffee 5 lbs for 1 00
Navy beanB, 525 lbs for 1 00
Hominy, 30 lbs for 1 00
Best preserves, per pound 09
30 lbs (irits for 100
Driodupplesjquarters.best 16 lbs 1 00
And all other goods too numerous to
mention. Pleaso call early and loavo
your orders, as I havo a gieat rush on
Saturdays. Yours for low prices.
J. D Loftin,
At Chas Rast'f. Old Stand.
CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106 000
L B. BLACK, CuhUr
n.S2!Ji?.0.n.k b.anker7' raaroriann, r4,m,rs. m8ohanlog a1 other oImsos sollotterl. V
E?M?JSol'?iu,Toni01,'n?1 '""ountaslrgonen. We give personal ajid ipeolal attentloi
toouroolIoctIona;rort7ieat.arilrenU"Tri7 of p7mont. Exohuiga bought and Void 01
all the prtnolpalpjlnta of tho Onltod States and Europe. ' '
J. B. MoLKNDON. President
O. H. HIQQIMSOK,
J. T. DAVIS, Vloa-presldent.
J. E. PABKKR,
THOS. P. ABKKL,
Bcmlilor aiuitt Jlo Craiy.
CniCAQO, March 8. A morning paper
eays regarding tho Scudder case: For
another week at least the question of
Dr. Henry Martin Scudder's sanity will
bo undecided owing to the protection
afforded him by tho law's delay. Evi
dence to tho effect that ho is a victim of
the morphine habit and kindred infirmi
ties isjaccumnlating and is likely to form
much of tho testimony introduced by
his friends to prove his irresponsibility.
The fact that all efforts havo been
to take tho railroad properties in this ,?, twnnl proving that ho is insane
.. ...!. u j f ,, - "uu l,ml' " euors is mauo to deny that
atato out or tbo hands of their owners ln nmntnitwi , , r ,
--v nu miuuur us cnargeu
aro oorrupt, it will, without a word c f nst be considered as a virtual ndmis-
1--.. ! r .. .. -I fiion of lifa miilt. A.lI,w1 tl... .ii.
Manfactuiers 1 Whdesale Grocers.
Alexandre's Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure Bpioes.
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blond CotTeo.
Mooro Bros' Wrrlto Wine and Apple Vinegar.
Moore BroB' Purn Cider.
Moore Bros' Flint Candy.
Ha vine mirnhnnnri Mr. AlarnnrlrA'a hnolnna.n -... . . .111
orders promptly. Patronlzo Homo Institutions. Bustaln our offorta to make
waco a ureac Manuiaoturlng Centre.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS,
WACO, : 1 TEXAS.
Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g
protest, or defense of the thousands
of honeat ortizens, submit; as a matter
of polioy because perohanco ho "is
solid as bedrock with tho peoplo of
Texas." Judge Reagan's is not a
sacred namo, no more so than Judgo
Clark's. Noither is his record io-
vulnerablo and as a public m in ho
must submit to cririoism from the peo
ple whoso servant ho is.
Tho Austin curruspouuent of tho
Houston Post in speaking of tho
noyement in Austin to organize
Mills and Hill olubs says something
very funny in the light of rooent events
in Now York. It is this: "It is
something evident that, as an comity
is known to exist between Hill and
Mills, tho former's lato success will
bo used here to tho latters disadvan
Hill's late suoooas in defeating the
Demooratio party in New York is no
disadvantage to Mills,
sioii of his guilt. Added to tho weight
of ovidenco gointr to nrovn tin. ,in- ne
Dr. Henry M. Scudder in murdering his
mother-in-law, Mrs. F. H. Dunton,
comes tho fact that ho had actually so
far planned the crime that ho could and
did mako announcement of her death
beforo it caino to pass. From William
E. Clarke, Jr., who is nn attornoy at
room Oil of tho First National bank
building, it is learned that Dr. Scuddor
secured a continuanco of a caso against
him before Justico Foster by saying that
his mothor-in-law was dead, though it
was tho day previous to her violent
death. Mr. Clarko is tho attornoy for
E. M. Whittle, who had Dr. Scudder ar
rested for assault two werjks ago.
AUnllas 3Iun fchot.
Gainesville, Tex., March 8. G. W
McKee, a painter, shot Earnest Gomori
recently from Dallas threo timos, ono
ball ontoring just below tho hip bono
and tho others struck about thy shoulder
blado. Nono of tho wounds aro serious.
McKoo elniras that Gomer wa3 about to
assault him with a heavy club because
no woum not give him money. McKeo
baa been released on $1000 bond.
O. W. DWTD
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Prompt attention to all orders and satisfaction guaranteed. Horsed
boarded on reasonable terms.
W, D MAYBIELD, President. J. D. BELL, Vice President. JOIIN D. MAYFIELD, Cashier
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