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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 26 1892.
von courrr juuok .
Tiik Nkw Is authorized to announce thnt V
II Jcnklngls iv otii(1lili'.o for ro olectlon to
tlioofllco of county Ju.Ibb of 5toT,'unan con ity,
abject to tho iictloa of tha Dcmocr atlo party .
FOn COUIITV ATTOKNKr.
WcnToanth rlzed to announco Capt. T. A.
Blali a a lanillilatn for couaty attorney of Mo
Eonnan county, snujoot to tlio action or tho
Democt tto party.
Mr S A Ilocanantliorlics us to announce
that ho la a eiidldato for caunty attornoy or
McLennan county, subject to the action of the
Tnit New Is authorised to announce that
Judge 1. II. Hardy Is a candidate for county
attorney or McLennan county, subject to tho
uction or the Democratic party.
FOR TAX COLLKLTOn.
TnE News U authorized to announce T.
5 I'rlmm at a candidate Tor t collector ror
McLennan county, subject to the action or tho
Wo are authorized to nn-iounco Mr. J. C
.Turner as canilldMo for tho ofllco of county
Tax Collector, subject to tho action of the Dem
ocrats of McLennau county.
Tits News Is authorized to announco Mr. E.
I. llussell as actd date for tax collector r
McLennnn county, subject to tho action or tho
AVo are 'authorized tn announce that Lnke
Moon- Is a candid ite tor tax collector of wp
Lontien county, subject to tho action of the
TheNewsIs authorised to announce P. r.
Madden as a candidate for county asse-for, sub
ject to tho action or the uetnooratlo party.
We are authorized to announco Joe P. Ellison
as a candidate Tor sheriff at the ensuing eleo
tlon, subject to tho action of tho Democratic
W. L. Burke Is a candldato for sheriff of Mc
Lennan county, snbjoct to the action of tho
Dan Pord Is a candidate Tor ro-election to tho
ofllco orBherlff of McLennau connt , subject to
the action of the Democratlo party.
We are nuibo'Ized to announce J. P.Naylor or
Moody as a candldato for Bher ff. subject to the
action of the Democratlo party or MoLcnnan
FOlt DISIUUCT CLEItK.
We are authorized to announce that Mr. Z.
F Ilealey I&acin.lldate for re-election to the
ofllco of district clerk of McLennan county,
sublectto tto action oftho Democratlo party.
The News Is authorized to announce Ed
Sparks as a candldato for dlHtrict clerk, subject
to the action or the Democratlo party.
Tiik News Is authorized to announce Dr. P.
W. Burger as a candldato for the ofllceor dis
trict clerk, subject to tho action of tho Demo
The News iii anihor!zd to announce
T. H.KtlliiiBsworthUa camlldute Kir county
clerk or Mci.ennan county suojuci iu iut na
tion of the item cratto party
The News Is authorized to announco that
Tom II. Blown Is a candidate ror county clertt
orMcLennau county, subject to the action or
the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announro Jno F. Mar
shall as a dandidate for tin tflloe of county
clerk, subject to tho acttnn of the Domociatlc
The News is authorized to announce J W.
Frost H8 acandd te f ir county cleric at tie
ersulng electlcn, subject to the uctonoftbo
The News is authorlrcd to announce Hee
Cook as a candidate ror re election to the ottlce
or constable or precinct No . 1 McLennau comi
ty, subject to the action of the Democratic party.
Mr. Jame II Lockwood authorized us to
announce him as a candldato lor constable of
precinct No. I McLennan county, subject to the
fob county1 stmvnroit.
"We areautnorlred toannonnce Mr, Andrew
Goddard as candldato ror re election to the
oPlce of county survuor, subject to tbo action
of the lJcmocratlo Party.
Election 1st Tuesday in April. We are au
thorized to announce Major A. Hinchmau as
candidate ror the ofllco of Mnyor of Waco at tho
coming city election.
The News is authorized to announce Hon. R.
J Goodo as a candidate for mayor of the city of
Waco at the o - suing olecttou in April.
TnE Naws Is authorized to announce John C.
West as a candldato for mayor at the ensuing
city olectlon, on April 6th.
Ttie News Is authorized to announce that
?Isor C. G. McUalloch Is a oaudldate ror re
election to the oilier of mayor of Waco at the
ensuing election in April.
The News 1b aulhor'zed to announce Major
John P. Herber itsn candldato for mayor at
the ensuing city election.
The News Is authorized to announce thnt
George vviligts a candid ite for ro-oleotlon to
the ottlce of Alderman or the First Ward.
The News Is authorized to announco that W
A. Poagels a cundlduto for altlermin for tho
First ward. J
The News Is authorized to announce, the
name of Mr. A. M Grlbble for re-election ror
the ofllco of alderman for the '1 bird ward,
The News l authorized to announce that
Mi Leo Slaughter is a candidate for aldorman
of tho Third Ward, election in April.
Wo a'u authored to announce that Dr. J.
O. J King Is a candidate 1 jt aHerman of the
Fourth Ward at the ensuing olectlon
'$!!& UseSIij ;$(
Toxas has given tho domogogues a
chance no.w. "Turn Texas loose"
and give her a chance.
Tho lomedy applied to tho admin
istration at Austin, on the 23rd, was
a heroio ono, hut desperato oases re
quire hcurio treatment.
Col. Nunn, of Orookott, made a
great hit last night when he com
pared tho administration of Governor
Hogg to that of E. J. Davis.
IS IT TYLER OR TEXAS.
Tho speeches of John 51. Dunoan
and N. Wobb Finley at tho Chilton
obsequies wore illustrative of tho
Tyler tnothods. Theso men make tho
issue ono of trot thero Tylor, tho stato
of Toxas bo damned. Thoy aro will
ine to sink Toxas to hold tho offioes
In tho grasp of Tyler, Tho spirit of
intolerance which promptod Finloy to
domand a padlock for the mouth of
every man in Smith county who dared
to ontor it protost against tho Tylor
usurpation, would etillle opposition in
ovory county in tho state if it had tho
power. It is unpardonable presump
tion in the oyos of tho Tyler milk
maids for any Texas voter to dotiy
the right of Tyler men to hold nil tho
offices or dispose of them as thoy sco
fit. Tho idea that Texas should bo
represented by apy body not of their
choosing sooms to thorn preposterous,
It is the Tammany idea, transferred
from the slums of New York to tho
offioes of a ootcrio of railroad attornoys
in Toxas pnnoipally in Tyler, nour
ished by tho love 'of spoils and pro
tected from tho, to it, chilling blast of
public disapprobation by the polico-
man's club. This is not exaggera
tion, for the domand that every Tyler
man shall subsonbo to tho Tylor
creed or leave tho oountry moans tho
same thing. Thero has never
been a word uttored by any ono of
the Tyler gang as an argument tend
ing to show that it would be to the
interest of Texas to retain Governor
Hogg and his minions at tho
helm of state. Their attitude
from the first has been ono of inso
lent self assertion raising no question
savo that Hogg is governor, Tyler his
home and Toxas his meat, and they
vigorously resent, as a pieoo of impu
dence any effort of the people to givo
anybody a shoe who doos not wear
tho collar of tho Tyler gang. Thoy
do not attempt to disprove tho asser
tion that Toxas is tainted with tho
foul breath of tho Tylor
demagogno and that the
savory influonce of statesmanship ha3
not been applied, and that as a conse
quence tho material business inter
ests of the stato are for tho want of it,
almost in a stato of decomposition.
Thoy assume instead that it is tho
duty of the people to aocopt the Tyler
methods though tho hair and feathers
come off. It will take tho purest
statesmanship to save Texas irom tho
politioal putresoonoe that results al
ways to the body politio from failuro
to apply tho principles of Democracy.
Head "what Hogg said" on another
page of this issue. It made no differ
ence then who was eleotod governor if
tho commission amendment was
adoptod. Tho commission was
adopted and Clark is aftor him and
now ho thinks he himself is tho only
man with whom it is safe to trust tho
Thore will bo several aspirants for
tho plaoe mado vaoant by Mills'
elcotion to tho donate. Mr. Antony
of Oamoron is a candidate and others
will oombat Judge Gerald for tho
If Mr. Hill "gained new ideas of
the south and its needs," in his re
cent tour, he has no advantage. The
south also gained ,new ideas of Mr.
Hill which are fatal to his aspirations.
The funeral obsequies that were
held over senatorial remains of
Mr. Chilton in Tyler a few days ago,
are said to have been very imposing
in their character.
Finley and Duncan officiated at tho
Chilton political obsequies at Tyler
the other day. They predicted a
resurrootion of the corpse.
Judge Gerald will make his opening
speech tonight in his candidacy for
congress. He will have a good au
dience. Primaries are unnecessary where
there is no close conflict between the
two political parties,
A rEW CLIPPINGS.
Tho Marlin Democrat says:
To Tho Wnoo Nkws. "Go soak
The News doos not follow the ex
amplo of its Marlin contemporary
which wears a Hoggshcad without
The Moxia Ledger says:
"Tho legislature epont a good doal
of tho people's money in that debate
on tho resolution to instruct our rep
rpsontativos in congress to voto for
the freo ooihage of silver especially
sinoo they aro all already unequivo
cally pronounced in the advocacy of
If it had not been for Mills' voto
tho silver bill would have been killed
tho first pass out of the box.
Tho Ilallottsvillo Ilorald says :
"Judgo Terrell's speoch at Goroge
town shows that timo has not impair
ed the judgo's powers of virile and
Virulent and vicious would bettor
describe his powers as shown by that
Tho San Antonio Express thinks
honors aro oven. It says:
"Clark in his early oanvass has takon
no advantago of the govornor. If the
campaign from tho executive mansion
has been neglected, it has not beon
Clark's fault, nor Hogg's eithor. Tho
greatest disadvantage of Hogg is in
Tho Tyler gang do not think so, be
cause thoy olaim all tho advantago is
in Hogg of Tylor.
Tho first number of tho Texas loon
oolast has arrived and shows no dis
position to allow a single fly to alight
upon tho present gubernatorial in
cumbrance It says :
"Governor Hogc prides himsolf
upon being a great constitutional
lawyer, yet that parti-colored instru
ment has been falling atop of him ever
since ho blossomed out as nttorney
"A Contemporary sayB that "Judgo
Clark is not tho only able and honest
man in Texas." Quite true; but he
is tho only one so lar heard from that
will enter tho Gubernatorial raoo with
a fair prospect of defeating Jamas
Stephen Hogg, and removing tho
hemp baiter that is slowly strangling
the state. Either Clark or Hogg will
bo the next govornor. Papers that
are beating the brush for other can
didates aro playing into the hands of
Hogg and know it."
The recent blizzard has probably
nipped several presidential buds.
Give us a free for all race and the
interests of the people will bo sub
served. Primary elections nearly always de
feat the will of the people. They
offer a premium on trickery and cor
Judge Clark's Appointments.
Tho following appointments bavo
boon made by Judge Clark when ho
will speak on political issuos :
Jowett, Wcdnosday, March 80.
Palostiue, Thursday, March 31.
Rusk, Saturday, April 2.
Henderson, Monday, April 4.
Atlanta, Wednesday, April G.
Texarkano, Thursday, April 7.
Terroll, Friday, April 8.
Dallas, Saturday, April 9.
Hillsboro, "Wednesday, April 13.
Waxahaohie, Thursday, April 14.
Corsicana, Saturday, April 1G.
Other appointments will be an
announoed from timo to timo. Gov.
Hogg is invitod to be present at any
appointment and participate on equal
S. H. Clifford, Now Cassol, Wis ,
was troubled with neuralgia and rheu
matism, his stomach was disordered,
his liver waB affected to an alarming
degroo, appetite foil away, and ho was
terribly reduood in flesh and strength.
Throe bottles of elcotrio bitters cured
Edward Shepherd, Harriaburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his log of eight
years' standing. Used throo bottles of
Elootric Bitters and seven boxos of
Buoklon's Arnica Salve, and his leg is
sound and well. John Speaker, Ca
tawba, 0,, had fivo largo fever sores on
his log, dootors said he was inourable.
Ono bottle Elcotrio Bitters and ono
box Buoklon's Arniou Salvo ourcd him
ontiroly. Sold by W. B. Morrison
& Oo.'s drug store
Encouraged by the rim we had, last week
during the little fair weather we had for the
genuine intrinsic BARGAINS we gave, we
are enabled to exceed our last effort.
We Offer This Week, and This Week Only;
50 Pairs White Lace Curtains, 3
yards long taped and finished
with pole and trimmings to each
pair, for $1.50
75 Pairs White Lace Curtains 3
yards long, taped and finished
with pole and trimmings to each
pair, for $2.00
So Pieces of Solid Grey and
Brown Suiting with stripes to
match a bargain at 10c this
week at 5c Yard
40 Embroidered Chambray Robes
in brown and blue, for 95c each.
A beautiful assortment of Fancy
Ribbons, in all new shades, 5c
ON MEN'S, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Men's $2.50 Shoes for $1.40. Ladies' JS1.75 Shoes for 1.25.
Misses' and Children's Shoes, 1.50 value, going for 85c.
It will pay you to look into these bargains and our
various offers on Shoes.
521 & 523 Austin Street,
Manfactui ers Whflesale Grocers.
Alexandre's Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure Bploos.
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coffee.
Moore Bros1 Whlto Wine and Apple Vinegar.
Moore BroB' Pure Cider.
Having purohased Mr. Alexandre's buslnesw ro now prepared to till
orders promptly. Patronlzo Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to mako
Waco a Great Manufacturing Centre.
WACO, : 1 TEXAS.
Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g"
O. W. DWJD
The old Oraml ltuildlng, Xorth of l'laza,
RThefinost Vohicles and horseH in th" ,
oity. Gall carriages for ladies a spe
cialtv and when desired, ladies can
have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to Jail orders and
boarded on reasonable terms..
V,D MA.TEIEL.D, President.! -J. D. BELl,,
The Gity Savings Bapk
CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000.
No v offers 6 per cent interest on deposit. Interest payable
A New Lot of Ladies' Waists,
sizes 32 to 40 in.,- neat figures
for 75c each
A Lot of Handsome Colored
Hose, drop-stitch, black feet,
cheap at 25c, for this week, 15c
A Big Lot of Knee Pants, at
'h25, 35 5o, 75, $i-oo, $1,50-
50 Doz. Genuine British Sox,
good value for 25 c, this week 3
pairs for 50c
Fine Striped and Checked Boy's
Madras Short Waists, cheap at
75c, this week at 50c
this Week Only!
One Door from Cor. Sixth.
Moore Bros' Flint Candy.
satislaction guaranteed. Homes
Vice Proildeat.JIJOUN D. MAYFIELD, Cashier