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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 5 1892.
rou courtv judh.
TitEKKWsliaathntUtiltonnuounca that W
II. JenkiDB Is b otndldnlo for ro olectlon to
ttieofflcootcourityJuilgoorMcficiinun con ty,
object to the action of the Democratic party .
FOB COUltTV ATTOItNUr.
Wc aro BUtlirUcd to announco Capt, T. A.
Blali ai n landldato for coauty attorney of Mo.
Lcnuan county, subject to the action or the
Mr N. A ITognn nnthorlzcs us to annouueo
that ho is n etndldate for county atlomoy of
McLounnti comity, subject to ttio action of the
Tnit News Is unlliomcd to announce that
Jndgo D. II. Hardy Ik a candidate for county
attorney or MoLernan county, subject to tho
notion of the Democratic party.
FOB TAX COLLCCTOn.
Thk News It authorl7cd to announce T.
3. ITImm aH a candidate for ti collector for
McLennan county, subject to tho action or the
We aro authorized to anuounro Mr. J. C
Jurriey as candidate for tho ofllce of v ounty
Tax Collector, pubject to tho action of the Dem
ocrats of McLennan county, ,.
TiikNkwhIs autboilred to announco Mr. E.
T. Kustell as a carnitine for tar collector of
McLenmin county, snWect to tho action of tho
AV'earo autlmnred to announce that Luke
Moorris ucaudldte for tax collector of wc-l-oniim
rounly, mbject to tho action of tho
TheNewsIs authorised to announce F. P.
Madden as a candidate for county asseor, sub
ject to tho nctlon of tho Democratic party.
Tiif !kwh la Biithorired to announce Ithit
Pink ii.Fnsunla aciudldate for rc-el02tlon to
the olllco of county tiuc assessor, subject lo. tlio
ectlon or tho Democratic party.
i m '9
WeaTc anthoriicd to announce .Too F. Ellison
b a candidate fur sheriu at tho cusulng elec
tion, subject to the action of tho Democratic
W. L. Burke Is a candidate forsheriffof Mc
Lennan county, subject to the action of the
T)nn Ford In a candidate for rc-oloction to the
! ofllce rf sheriff of McLeunan count , subject to
too action oz tlio uomocraiio party.
"Wo are aulhoilrcd to announcoJ, P. Naylor of
Moody as a candidate forshcr ff, subject to tho
action of tho Democratic party of JloLcnnan
Tho Houston Post has roocivod ex
pressions from 1254 postmastors of
Texas as to who was tho most popular
oandidato for governor, Hogn or Clark
in their respootivo oommunitics and
their repplios show that in their opin
ion Hogg has G3G oommunitics and
Clark 439 soattering 170. This is
onoouraging if truo. Judge Clark
did not oxpect to win without a hard
fight and tho Post's canvass shows that
ho has moro than one third of
tho communities heard from to begin
with. The oountics of Fannin, Collin,
Hopkins, Hunt and Lamar where
Clark spoko during his trip in North
east Texas show a majority for Clark
which proves that when the Little
Giant gets beforo the people ho wins
their favor. A very singular and to a
Clark man suggostive featuro in this
attempt of tho Post to poll thestato is
its failuro to report the cities, or big
towns. Palcstino is left out of An
derson county, Rusk out of Cherokee,
Bell out of Boll county, San Antonio
out of Boxar, Meridian out of Bos
que, Brownwood out of Brown, Mo
Kinnoy out of Collin, Gatosvillfc out
oi toryen, miias out oi uaiias coun
ty, Waxahaohio out of Ellis, Galves
ton out of Galveston county, Donison
out of Grayson, Paris out of Lamar,
and Weathorford out of Parker. Tho
fosts report wo repoat is very
JUDGE CLARK'S APPOINTMENTS.
Atlanta, Wednesday, April 0.
Texarkana, Thursday, April 7.
Terrell, Friday, April 8.
Dallas, Saturday, April 9.
Hillsboro, Wednesday, April 13.
Waxahaohie, Thursday, April 11.
Corsieana, Saturday, April 1G.
Other appointments will bo un
announced from titno to time. Gov.
Hogg is invited to be present at any
appointment and participate on equal
A PEW CUPPINGS.
FOIt Pt.lltltlCT CLEHK.
We arc authorized toanounce tbnt Mr. Z.
T Beasley is a candidate for re-election to the
ofllce of district clerk of McLennan eounty,
subject to do action of tbo Dcmocratlo party,
Tiif. News is authorized to announce Ed
I Sparks as a candidate for district clerk, subject
to 1110 action 01 me uemocraao party.
The News Is authorized to announco Dr. T.
W. Burger as n candidate for the ofllce of dis
trict clerk, subject to the action of the Demo-
Icra tic party.
foii coutrrv clkuic,
Tiik INbwsIs auihorlfd to announce that
I T. II Kl liupsvrmthit a candidate for county
I clerk ff Mclennan county. BUbJcct to the tic
Itlonoftho liemucratle party
The Kcvvs Is authorized to announce that
ITomll.Biownisa candldato for county cleric
orMcLennan countv. subject to the action of
I the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce Jnn P Mar
shall as a ilandldato for tho olllco of conntr
clerk, subject to tho action of the Dcmociatlc
I The News Is authorized to announco J W.
Frost t-s ncand'd-te forcounty clerk at the
ersulnKdertiin. subject to the action of tbo
TheINews Is authorize 1 to announce Georire
T. Kecb c as a candidate for rnnnlv rlorW nf
iMcTccrian county, tubitel to tbo action of the
I Democratic 1 any.
Wo aro nutliotired to announce that Ttnlmrr.
IS.ItOfSls a candlilttu for re-clectinn tn the
I office of tnasurfrofMoIonnan county, suljcct
to tho action ol the Dcmocratlo party.
TlIE NKW8 Is antliorlzcil tn innnnnpo Itnn
I Cook as a candldato for re-election to the offico
of conptabloof t recinnt Nn. 1 Mnr.pnnnn rmin.
I ty, subject to the action of tho DcmocraUc patty.
Mr. Jarne II Locktvnnd bnthnrl7i,4 nn tn
I olirjonricp lilm as a candidate fnr rnnntnl.ln nr
Ipreanci.no. 1 -nci.ennau county, subject to the
action of I ho Democracy,
FOII COUNTr iUItVEVOII.
We are authorized tnnntimmpA Mr Andmw
Goddard f a candldatn for rp plontlnn tn tt,n
loftlCO' f COUntT BUrteinr. anhlppftn tlip aftln,!
lortha Uemocrutlo Party.
MuK& BhIIbt y$tex&
Tho agony is over.
At G o'olook Time!
Hurrah for MrUoobertwcstman.
And the votos they camo rolling in.
Hurrah for mayor tomorrow morn-
Tho city is safe and aho has
POO bonds for sale.
The trouble with the Tyler gang is
that Gerald said what ho said and
uoposes to stick to it.
To tho dofeated oandidates; Don't
I ret mad, but just go out to the Park
latatorium and tako a pool bath.
Votes Bottle a great many difficult
Ind complicated questions. They are
like oil poured upon troubled waters.
It would be tough on the adminis-
ration if the senate should insult the
lignity of Gov. Hogg by refusing to
onfirm somo of his appointments.
The people who voted for Hogg in
1S90 beoause thoy wanted tho rail-
roads deprived of the privilege of ap
pealing to tho courts on equal terms
with other people aro for him yet for
tho samo purpose. Those who voted
for Hogg then becauso he was tho
representative of tho commission idea
and favored that method of controlling
tho railroads, butdofendod him against
tho oharge that he wanted
to depnvo the railroads of
their legal rights are naturally dis
appointed sicco discovering that the
man they supported and defended has
been unwilling to deal out justice to
the railroads, but on tho contrary
seems determined to wage perpetual
war on this vast industrial interest
beoause ho thinks it is popular with
tho people. The News believes that
the majority of Texas Domoorats are
opposed to oppression of every kind,
and believes they will set Texas right
before the world by rebuking tho
prosont administration for placing
upon them the stigma of communism.
Judge Clark's olection would do this
more effectively than anything else,
and every good citizen of Texas who
loves tho good name of his state better
than ho loves Hogg should voto aad
work for Clark.
There is ono thing that strikes the
Hogg heelers with tho forco of a cy
clone, and that is that wherever
Goorgo Clark goes he creates enthusi
asm and makes votes.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed prososals will be received at
offico of ciiy secretary to be opened at
3 o'olock p. m April 7, 1892, at the
oity hall, Waco, Toxas, by the mayor
and street committee, tor furnishing
all material and labor and constructing
2,000 lineal feet of tendnch sanitary
sewer in first alley south of Clay
street, from First to Sixth streot.
Profile and speoifioations at city ongi
neor's office. Tho right to reject any
or all bids is roservod by tho oity
eounoil of tho oity of Waco.
C. C. MCCui.looii, Mayor.
Joney Jones, City Sccrotary.
THE WORLD IS BETTER FOR IT.
The world is bettor becauso of suoh
a romedy as Ballard's Snow Liniment,
beoauso this artiolo relioves it of much
pain and misery, and we are thus on
abled to enjoy its brighter sido. It
positively ouros all forms of rheuma
tism, neuralgia, headaoho, sick head
ache, lamo back, all sores and wounds,
outs, sprains, bruises, stiff joints, con
tracted musoles, poison, eruptions,
oorns, weak baok, and all pain ind all
infiamation on man or beast. Its tho
best becauso its tho most penotrating.
Bewaro of all whito liniments whioh
may bo palmod off on you for Bal
lard's Snow Liniment. There is none
liko it. Sold by ILiltRishor & Co
The Cleburne Chronicle, exclaims.
"Hogg, Hominy and Humiliation !
Clark, Cookies and commerce!"
The Dcnison Herald knows a Czar
when it sees ono. It says:
"Soth Shepard says Hogg tries to
be a Joss and wants the peoplo to bow
down beforo him as their idol. Yob,
and he'd rnako us all eat with chop
stioks if he could. Rats!"
Tho weatnortoru Jinquirer re
minds tho people of who first camo to
tho front for Mills. It says.
"Of course the legislators who
were forced to vote for Mills, think
and delarc it would be undignified
and mcddlesomo for Mills to tako tho
fiold for Clark. They ignoro tho fact
that Clark was tho first to take tho
field for Mills."
The Convention, a weekly papor
published in Galveston, is putting in
some good lioks for Clark and pro
gress. It says.
"Turn Texas loose." Give her free
rein and a fair show. In a spirit of
justioo let her control tho groit public
aovolopment agencies, not oppress
and injure them. Tho stato badly
noods deliveranoo from the swash
bucklers and so oallcd statesmen
whose advent into state affairs makes
a period of depression and retrograde
movement in the state's growth and
Tho Glen ltose Herald comes baok
at its oritics thusly:
"The Alvarado Bulletin says tho
tho Herald is an ''ultra Clark organ."
Wo do not know what that means, but
if it is "agin" Hogg and tho Tylor
bull-dozers that's us. The Herold
is not "ultra" uor "Clark" per so nor
an "organ," save to "turn Texas
loose," to "tie up tho calamity howl
ors," and to "give Texas a rest."
The Austin Statesman is ono of the
fairest and most conservative of all
tho big daily newspapers in Texas.
It sizes up the situation exactly in tho
Reform is always a good thing
when it is kept within certain limits;
but reform may be easily pushed so
far as to become absolutely hurtful.
There is no doubt that railroad cor
porations have sometimes boon guilty
ot 1 many petty tyrannies over
districts which they had
LADIES and GENTLEMEN
IOOlC XML Lt OUAX
We Have Improved this Department Lately
We Now Carry a Larger Stock and Greater
Variety Than Ever!
We Sell Good Shoes,
At Very Low Prices!
We sell a Lady's or Gent's
Shoe that is usually sold at $2.00
We sell a Lady's or Geut's Shoe that is
usually sold at $2,5o.
lf?tffcl 4k & tf We sell you a Genuine Dongola
.tfOl .dtf Goat Southern Tie, Calf Con-
gress or Oxford Tie that sells all over for $3.00.
"P JJS2 We wffl sell a Goodyear Welt Gent's Calf
-M- VA fpP Lace or Cougress Shoe that is worth $4.
We handle full lines of Stacy Adam's Celebrated Shoes
for men, Cincinnati, Philadelphia and Rochester makes for
Ladies, and when you need good shoes at low prices,
Come and see us,
52 1 & 523 Austin Street, One Door from Cor. Sixth.
in their power, and that
they havo oft times charged unjust
freight rates. Yet tho fact remains
that Texas needs railroads, and needs
them worso than any other state. Her
magnificent distances aro far too mag
nificent for wagon trains. Without
railroads her resources must remain
undeveloped, and it is useless to hope
for the day of manufactures, of live
commercial relations and of prosper
ity. Anything that tends to oheok
railroad building in Toxas tends to
stop the progress of the state. Tho
legislature, in Us zeal to cheok tho
power of corporations, may easily go
too far and cheok all normal growth
of every kind. There oauld not bo a
greater mistake. Somo wise and con
servative legislation is doubtless need
ed, but it should be eminently con
servative. If it bo true that tho rail
roads need Toxas, and aro indobted to
her for their wealth, it is also true that
Texas needs tho rotds, and must havo
them. One-sided legislation is always
hurtful, Bottor to enduro a littlo
wrong than to ohook tho growth of
the stato by sweoping and unnecessary
loirislation of a threatening and in
Fishing taokle of ovory dosoription
with a full stook of huntors supplie
H. E. A 'ISOLDS.
!ltf5 Mens $3 Wearwoll
M.M.M. 11 !9 shoes best on earth.
Dry post oak cord wood, $3.50;
stove wood $4.50, at Gurley Wood
Pickled pigs's feet, extra choice, at
J. A. Eahi.y's,
Manfactuiers 1 Whclesale Grocers.
Alexandre's Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pnre Spices,
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coffee.
Moore Bros' White Wlno and Apple Vinegar.
Mooro BroB' Pure Cider.
Mooro Bros' Flint Candy.
Having purchased Mr. Alexandra's hiiHlnnmc n nr.i nnai ... .m
orders promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our ollorts to inaka
Waco a Groat Manufacturing Centre.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS,
WACO. : i TEXAS.
Have removed from Paoiflb Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g
Li veryi Transfer
O. W. BJkNJB
Tha nf.f kHn..,f W. .11.11 '.,. -j. ...
WACO, TUX AS.
The finest vohicles and horses in th
oity. Call oarriages for ladies a spo
cialty and when desired, ladies can
have a driver in livery. All trains met.
frompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.
ilfeWiaMililWfi vim Unlfil
satislaction guaranteed. Horses
W.D MA.VBIELD, ITesUeot.l :j. D. DELI,, Vlco Prcaldont.irJOIINJD. MAYFIELD, Oaahler
The Gity Savings Bapk
CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000.
fromat" " 6 ' intereStJ on dePosit- Interest payable