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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 31 1892.
roll courrv judaic
The News Is authorised to anuomice that V
11 Jenkltalsit cull(lato for ro election to
thoofflcoof counlyjnileoof Sloljfiman con ty,
ut ject to the nctloa or the Democratic pnrty.
Fon couurr attokney.
Wcntcauth rlieil to announce Capl. T. A.
Blali a a lamllilate for contty attorney of Mo
Icnnan connty, subject to tho action or tue
Mr S. A Ilogan authorises us to announce
that ho Is n candidate for comty attorney or
McLennan coutty, subject to the action of tua
Tiik News Is authorlrptl to announce that
Juilco U H Hardy Is candldato for county
attorrey or McLoman county. sut'Ject to tho
notion of the Democratlo party.
The Nkws U authorised to announce T.
J. lrlmm as a candidate Tor tax col ector for
McLennan county, BUl'Ject to the .iction of tho
Dcmocia lc party.
Wo aro authorized to announce Mr. J. 0
Jurncy as candidate or the olUco of . ounty
Tax Collector, subject to tho action of the Dem
ocrats of McLcnnaucountT-
Thk News Is auttoi lied to announco Mr. K.
T. Kuseellas acsnddn'o for tax collector of
Mctennun rounly, BUhJoet to tho action or tho
AVc aro authorized to imuottnce that Luke
Moorels acai dliltte ror lax collector or fc
Lennrn county, mtject to the action ot tho
TiieNewsIs authorised to announco F. P.
Madden as a candidate Tor county asse-or, sub
ject to tho action of tha Democratic parly.
The IVkws Is authorized to announco that l.
11. roapo Is acai d'dato for rc-olo:tion to the
ofllce or ronnty tax assessor, t-ubjeci to the to
lion of the ltemocrstlc party.
Woare authorized to announco Joo F. Ellison
as a candidate Tor sheriff at the enmlnK elec
tion, subject to the action of the Democratic
W. L. Bnrko Is a candidate for sherlffor Mc
Lennan conuty, subject to this action of tho
Dan Fo'd Is a candidate for ro-olectlon to tho
office f sheriff cf McLennan count), subjectto
the action of the Democratlo party.
Wo ar autho'lzed to announce J. I Naylor of
Moody as a candidate for sher ff. subject to the
action ot tho Democratic party of McLennan
Wo are snthorlzcd to announce that Mr. Z.
F Ucadey Isacunuldate ror re-election to the
ofllco of district clerk of McLennan county,
eublect to ttoaitlonortho Democratlo party,
The News is authorized to announce Ed
Sparks sb ncandlrlnto for dlatrlct clerk, subjtct
to the action of the Democra,lc party.
Tiik News Is authorised to announce Dr. F.
W. Burger as acandldnto Tor 'ho odlceor dis
trict e'erk. subject to the action of the Demo
Tub Nkvs is amhprlzed to announce that
T. II Kl'lU'irswoithisa candldto Tor county
o'eTkof McLennan county, subject to the ac
tlonof the Uemjcratlc party
The News Is authorized to announce that
Tom II. Biown Is a candidate ror county clerk
orMcLennnu county, subject to the action of
Wo are authorized to announce Jno F Mar
shall as n ilandldate forth) cllk-e or county
clerk, subject to tho action ot tho Dernociatlc
The Nkws Is authorized to announce J w.
Frost B acand dte fur county clerk at tbe
er suing electlm, subject to the act'onof the
The News Is authorlzol to announce George
T. Kceh e as a candidate for comity clerk of
McLccran county, mbjeel to the action of the
Democratic i arty.
The News is authorised to announce Dee
Cook asa cnndldato for ro-elccllon to tho olllce
of constable of i reelect No.l McLennan coun
ty, subject to the action ot the Democratic patty.
Mr. James n. Loekwood snthorizoi ns to
announce him as a candidate (or constablo of
precinct No. 1 McLtnnau county, subjectto the
action oflhe Democracy.
We are authorized toannouure Mr. Andrew
Goddard as candidate for reelection to the
(Pico ff connty eurveor, subjectto tho action
of the Democratic Party.
Election 1st Tuesday In April. We are au
thorized to announco Major A Ulnchman as
candidate for the office of Mayor of Waco at toe
coming city election.
7rn'NrB Is au'hrrzedtoannouncc Hon. It
J Goode as a candidate for mayrr ot tho city of
Waco at the o suing election In April.
The Nkwb la authorized to announce John O.
Wctt ss a cand'date tor mayor at the ensuing
city election, onAirll oth.
Tub News la authorized to announce that
IliorC. O. McCullochls a candidate for re
election to tho oIUch ot mayor of Waco at tho
ensuing election in April.
'JiikNfwp IsBiilhor'zed ti announce Major
John i Ileiher pen cnudldnto for mayor at
tho ensuing city elect inn.
Tiik News Is authorised to aunounre that
George 1 ijgu acimilicUtc for ro-nloRtlon to
the olllce of alderman ot the First Waid.
The News Is nuthoilsel to announrc that W
A. I'oBgelB a cnndldato for aldermm for the
Tiik News Ib authorized to announce the
name of Mr. A. M. Gilliblefor re-eloctlon for
tho ofllco of alderman for the 'third ward.
The News l authorised to announce that
Mi Leo Slaughter Ib a candidate for alderman
of the Third YVerd, election In April.
We n'eButhor'z'd to announce iat Dr. J.
ft. J King le h candidate Ur airman, of the
Fourth Ward at the oubuiuk election
T he News is nuthorlzod to announce W. D.
Lacy as a candidate ror ro-elccllon as uldor
man from the fcecorul ward.
Wnx ! $$(
THE ENEMIES HE NAS MADE.
A Now York business man writes to
tho World in part as follows:
"Now, us a possible "straw," I
wish to say that L shall not votu for
Mr. Hill, and 1 am and always havo
boon a Democrat. My father was all
his life a Democrat I think I un
derstand pretty dourly tho principles
advocated and cherished by tho Dem
ocratic party of tho United States: I
beliovo in those principles as conduc
ive to pood government.
If. Mr. Hill sooures tho nomination
for the pro9idonoy by the methods ho
is and has been pursuing, I shall not
voto fot him. Why? liecauso I be
liovo these methods, or what I oall Hill
ism, will bo more dangerous to
Democratic principles and thereforo to
a frco government of tho people, for
tho people, by the people, than Re
publicanism or Nationalism or Social
ism may be. Nationalism and Social
itn need not now be considered.
Republicanism is an opon, recog
nized onorcy. Wo known what it is
"here for." Its differences with De
mocracy are in the msin logical and
Honest that is to say, they aro the
logical and fairly honest difforoncos
th-kt varying mentalities and interests
will causo. But Hillism is a sheep
in wolf's clothing. Assuming tho
garb of Democnoy and widely and
loudly proclaiming, "I am a Demo
crat," it does tho things that aro in
compatible with and destructive of
the very first pnnoiples ofJDemocracy.
1 oan take my chances with a
known and open opponent, but it is
in my opinion neithor safe nor wise to
do so with an arrogant and unscrupu
lous enemy who poses in the guise of
a friend. hour years moro ct .Repub
licanism would bo deplorablo but not
irremediablo. Four years of unscru
pulous and o'ervaulting ambition
under the mask and in the name of
Democracy would bo deplorablo and
well-nigh irromediable, in my opin
ion. I may add I am neither a Mug
wump, a Cleveland man nor a disap
pointed politician. I am simply a
business man, having to do with poli
tics only to the extent of exercising
my right to voto, and I bavo never
voted for any man who has not beon
a regular nomineo of tbo Democratic
This gentleman is a type of the in
dependent voter in Now York and
there aro thousands of them. He
eays ho is not a Cleveland man, but
judging from his expressions as to
party prinoiples he would voto for Mr.
Cleveland if ho should bo tho Demo
cratic nominee. This is, perhaps, true
of ever Demoorat in New York who
is opposod to Hill. Tho only ques
tion is Jwould Hill's friends stab
Cleveland as they did in 188S? They
perhaps would not ropeat that treach
ery this year, because their favorite
already has ai. offico and will not be
in tho fight.
Congressman Bryan of Nebraska is
said to havo made the best speech
delivered in tho house this sossion on
tho tariff. A very amusing but apt
illustration of tho protection humbug
is contained in tho following item
from Mr. Byran's specoh:
"It was said by a Frenoh writer
that Robinson Crusoe was a protect
ionist; that when he was on tho is
land all alono ho started to make a
canoo by hollowing out a log with a
broken stone. Just about the time he
commenced some boards floated un on
(he shore, and the thought otmo to
him, "I will take theso boards and
mako myself a oanoe out of them;"
but the protectivo idoa came to him
and he said: ,lNo; if I do that I will
loso the labor put into tho log." So
he kicked the boards away from the
shore and went on haoking the log
with the brokon stone. A little lator,
when he and Friday were together,
they spent four hours in the morning
gathering fruit, and four hours in the
afternoon oatohing game. Some ono
camo up from another island and
said: "On our island we have lots of
game but no fruit; wo will bring you
all the game you can catoh in four
hours for tho fruit youan gather in
two hours " "Let us doit," said Fri
day. "Oh? no," sayB Crusoe, "if wo
do that, what will wo do with the
other two hours of labor?"
Mr. Bryan's speech throughout
sparkles with wittioisms, and the most
convincing arguments against protect
ion abound therein.
Fishing taokle of ovory description
with a full stock of huutors supplio
H. E. A'iBOLDS.
JUDGE CLARK'S APPOINTMENNS.
Palestine, Thursday, March 31.
Rusk, Saturday, April 2.
Henderson, Monday, April 4.
Atlanta, Wednesday, April 0.
Texarkana, Thursday, April 7.
Torroll, Friday, April 8.
Dallas, Saturday, April 9.
Hillsboro, Wednesday, April 13.
Waxahaohio, Thursday, April 14.
Corsicann, Saturday, April 1G.
Other appointmonts will bo an
announced from timo to timo. Gov.
Hogg is invited to be present at any
appointment and participate on equal
A ?EW CUPPINGS.
The Austin Statesman wishos to
calm any fears that may ariso from
the faot that tho Gazetto is still trying
to boom Hill. It says:
"Tho Gazetto is against Clovolad.
It was also against Mills. Lot the
Gazetto go on with its good work."
Tho Express having boen informed
that "Lawyer De Graffendried, tl 0
"Black Eagle of Gregg," will meet
Judgo Clark at Rusk on tho 2nd
proximo," adds with seomingly doep
"Some of the best criminal talent of
tho state is being retained in dofonso
of tho administration."
Tho great good dono tho Clark
oauso by Terrell's speooh is thorough
ly npprociatod by the San Antonio
Express which remarks:
"Colonel A, W. Terrell should bo
invited to deliver a politioal address
in San Antonio. He is always en
tertaining, and whilo we already have
a Clark club, tho membership isn't
nearly so largo as it ought to bo,"
Alas, alas 1 Terrell like Finley had
to walk tho plank.
The Childrees Star says:
"If Hon. Georco Clark is not af
flicted in tho ear ho will hear some
thing full during the month of No
vember." It would appear from this that tho
administration claokors ono of whom
the Star is which, intend to try to beat
Judge Clark at tho general election,
after ho has obtained tho Domocratio
The Denison Herald is one of our
most welcome exchanges, and its ed
itor belongs to the "motley crew." It
"Chilton says he has been "insult
ed." The people did not mean to in
sult the junior partner and they treat
ed him precisely as they propose to
treat the wicked partner of the con
cern." Tho St. Louis Republio observes:
"There is a great deal of pelitics in
Texas this year. Tho next thing is
tho olootion of a congressman to fill
out Senator Mills' unexpired term in
tho house. The now man to escapo
boing a mere stop-gap will havo to be
a Btanch and aggressive tariff-reformer."
Judgo Gerald Is a "stanch and ag
tariff grossivo reformer" and has the
ability to push his convictions to the
The report from Washington that
Senator Coke urged, in conversation
with Bland that the abandonment of
tho freo coinage bill at this session of
congreBs would render it impossible to
"keep tho Democratio party wholo in
Texas" is perhaps exaggerated. The
refusal of tho democrats in tho house
to enforce the oloturo rule to force
further consideration of tho Bland
bill only shows that thoy aro unwilling
to adopt a republican "gag" rule to
run over a minority. Moreover,
the tie voto on tho motion to tabic
did not put half tho members on re
cord as against tho bill but simply in
dicated a dosiro to postpono consider
ation until some future time. Tak
ing this viow of tho result tho ques
tion is will not tho Texas Domocraoy
rathor acquiesce in the action of tho
houso which has the effeot of making
the tariff question paramount instead
of silver? Tho unanimous endorse
ment of Mill's would indioa'.e that
thiB result will bo acceptiblo to tlo
Dcmoorata of this stato, or at least
will not bo abjured by as many as
150,000 of them.
Encouraged by the ruu we had. last week
during the Utile 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 S2.00
50 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 95 c 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' $1.75 Shoes for 1.25.
Misses' and Children's Shoes, Si. 50 value, going for 85c.
It will pay you to look into these bargains and our
various offers on Shoes.
521 & 523 Austiri Street,
Manfacturers 1 Wholesale Grocers.
Alexandre's Baking Powdor.
Alexandre's Pure Spioes.
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coffee.
Moore Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar.
Moore Bros' Pure Cider.
Mooro Bros' Flint Candy.
Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's busluesw ro now prepareJ Cj AU
orders promptly. Patroulzo Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to tnk
Waco a Great Manufacturing Centre.
REAL ESTATE AID RENTAL AGENTS,
WACO. : i TEXAS.
Have removed from PaoilTo Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g
O. W. BJkNJB
I7ie olil Grand JtuUdhifi, Xorth of 1'lata,
3RThe finest vehicles and horses in th
oity. Gall oarriagos for ladies a spe
cialty and when desired, ladies can
have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.
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The Gity Savipgs 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,
f" 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
25, 35. 5o, 75, fft-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.
satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
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