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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 26 1892.
$to SSzdcto 'afrsfctts.
The Nkws will take advertising
with the understanding that if it has
not a larger Kcal oiroulation than any
daily paper published in Waoo, no
ohargo will be mudo for the advertise
ment, And the counties they come roll
Who is tho acting governor whilo
Hogg is ropenting tho Temll spoech?
Sinco Hogg got tho Democratic
party down, every litt'eism is piok,
ing on it.
Thero has never been blighter pros
pcots for a good all round crop than
are now seen in tho country around
Private Seorotary Levy is doubtless
as Bafo for governor as Hogg. But,
tho peoplo did not elect him. Ho was
Whon tho Democrats went to their
convention in Dallas county Saturday,
they Baid: "llemember Parker
ccunty" and Parker was romembored.
Hogg is said to wear the largest hat
worn in Texas, but tho gray matter it
covers must b-5 measured, not by tho
b.Bt band, but by h a record as a pub
The Clark club at the court house
Friday night will be well attended,
and some mighty interesting matters
will be attended to. It should not
be negleoted by a sing'e member.
Gov. Hogg sticks to his text whloh
is "Hogg and nobody but Hogg," by
avoiding any mention whatever of the
candidates now in the race against
him. Ho says ho just won't call
Hogg claims all tho blessings de
rived from tho Ross administration
and charges all tho ills we bear to
tho failure of Barring Bros, of Lon
don. That is tho way ho dodges.
Ain't he a dodger?
Of tho $12,355,000 capital reported
in the Manufacturers' Record April
22d, invested in southern enterprises
in eleven states, Texas got only $210,
000, or the fifth-ninth part of the
whole, when it should have gotten
one dollar out of every eleven. Texas
should have gotten 1,214,090, or
$1,004,090 more than she did get.
"Somebody has blundered."
Farmer Shaw of "Newspaper harlot"
fame is perhaps the best authority on
that class of newspapers in existence
today. Ho danced around the Wind
sor in Dallas whon George Claok and
his friends were thero on a certain day
until ho found out thero was no "pie"
in it then hied himself to Austin and
forthwith began to swallow everything
ho had said against Hogg.
The News does not believe Qeorgo
Clack is the only man in Texas who
would make a good governor, but he is
tho only one in tho raco who would
and there is no man in the state who
would mBko a bettor governor. He is
tho only man willing to make tho raoe
who can beat Hogg and knowing him
to be possossed of those qualities
whioh preeminently Gt him for an ablo
governor The News gives
him its unqualified support.
Thero is not another man
in Texas with any show of success who
would have undertaken the task of
beating Hogg even to free .Texas.
This bMng true Tmc News beliovos
it is tho duty of every man and nows
japer in the state who is opposed to
Hogg and believes Judge Clark "hon
est and oapablo" to rally to his sup
port oven if they do think thero are
other men who would make good
Governors. Tho man who makes tho
fight for Texas should bo rewarded by
tho undivided support of thoso who
think Hogg ought to be defeated.
THE ISSUE IS DEMOCRACY VS. SOCIAL
ISM. Our Demooratio frionds aro rally
ing to tho principles of Demooraoy in
an earnest straightforward nunner all
over tho state and the issue is now
forced upen the champions of official
spoils. In every county almost the
friends of Judgo Clark have taken up
tho bedragglnd banner of puro and
undefiled Demooraoy and tho indioa
tions aro that Texas is really and truly
Demooratio in theory though not
so overwhelmingly so in
theorv as it has beon
in practical partisanship. The
olamor for a statute for every wrong
real or imaginary has turnrd the
heads of some, but there is yet enough
ot the old guard to preserve the
oherished principles of tho Democratic
party. Hero aro the specimens ol
the expressions almost daily in some
locality in Texas. Tho Luling Demo
"Wo believe that in matters of
legislation affecting the liberties of the
people, in their personal or property
rights, the constitution of our gov
ernment should bo strictly construed,
and no rights or privileges granted
thereby should in any way bo ta'con
from tho peoplo by legislation or
otherwise, but that tho same should bo
faithfully and sacredly guarded, that
we may maintain for ourselves and
perpetuate to our posterity a pure and
free Republican form of government,
with all the rights and privileges
transmitted to us by ourforefathers"-
Clark Democratic club, Richmond,
'The bost government is that which
governs least and whioh abiidge least
the absolute individual rights of tho
citizen, and wo aro opposed to all
sumptuary laws, all laws which nd
toward centralization and paternalism,
and all olass legislation.
buch is the effect of tho call for a
halt cminating from Hon. George
Clark and his chivalrous, patrotio fol
lowers all ovor Texas and their cause
will be the winning oauso. Tho Demo
crats of Texas have never yot failed
to rally to the defense of these princi
ples when thoy were shown to be in
danger. The song of the socialist set
to a Democntio tune two years ago
fooled some ot our people, but the
true character of the protended re
form was made manifest by the ants of
the Twenty-second legislature and
tho dangerous attitude of the present
governor that made it the imperative
duty of every patriotio Texan to join
the hosts that carry the banner of
pure Amerioan freedom and purpose
storming the battlements-
of aggrandized officialism and
strike from tho limbs of Texis the
shaokles that bind her. Governor
Hogg oomes before us with the as
tounding claim that he alone can save
the liberties of this people. Tho Czar
of Russia could or would claim no
more, but he as a result of acknowl
edged power beheads or banishes
those who daro question that claim
This is no ordinary campaign, en
trenched behind the power of offioial
patronago Hogg has an advantage
that can only bo appreciated by those
who come in oontaot with bis office
holders whoso aggregated salaries aro
more than $1,000,000 These people
are spending froely the money paid
them out of the state treasury, gath
ered from every olasa of oitizons
spending it to petuate the power they
have usurped. Hogg himself is not
only himself spending his salary paid
to him out of a fund gathered from
tho Clark men and all other anti-Hogg
men as well as from his followers, in
campaigning for re-olection, but
ho has left his office, presumably in
the hands ot his private seorotary
whilo he oavorts around ovor tho stato
defending his administration, as attor-noy-genoral,
not as governor. Repre
sents three oasos gained by him whilo
attornoy general in tho discharge of
his duty a'i guarantee of his
ability to toto all the gubernatorial
responsibilities that can be heaped up
on bjrn and doponds upon precedent
To Realize Ready Money We Make this Week a
GREAT CASH SALE.
We made unmerciful cuts ou lots of staple aud fancy goods consistiiig of Silks
Dress Goods, White Goods, Gingams, Laces, Embroideries, Notions, Hats and Shoes.
Flint iur ourf olves with a largo stook
on hand we SLASH PfllChS to ralso
40-luob Cropous that sold at Sl'00 a
yard we oiler this week at 77o.
All ll"ol lied fords
That were oc a yard, this week 55c
llulf U'uiil lied ford
That were cheap at 50c, this week
In new shades, considered
nt 35c, this week at 23o.
All Wool Attmti oss
will go this week at 22c.
All Our J'rench Chttlllei
that were 75u a yard go for 50c.
4Ue China Sllli. .
Soil this week at 2(!jjCc.
:i?-lneh China Sill,;
Black aud evenlngsbades that wero
9oc and $1.00, for 75o a yard.
for sympathy enough to give him a
second term. Ho has never attempted
to defend a single act of which com
plaint is made. Away with snch a
man. Eleot Clark snd The News
will wager ho never leaves hisoffico to
defend himself. Ho will need no de
fense. We present today tho vote for Gov
ernor Hogg at each voting place in
the county. Tho figures aro astonish
ingly low, little more than half the
vote polled by Sul Ross in 1888. It
will bo observed that Moody polled a
largor vote than any other place in
tho county, not excepting the Waco
ward polls. As a result cf this indif
ference on the part of the peoplo the
representation of tho various voting
precincts in the oounty oonvo&ticn is
reduced many of thorn to one dele
gato. Our representation in the
state convention is reduced noarly one
half. This is a disadvantage McLen
nan oan ill afford. Thero is only ono
consolation. She has to.
The San Antonio Express says:
"Hogg's denunciation at Sherman
of "alien lobbyists." "soulless news
papers" and everybody else who had
anything to do with "watered stocks'
is one of those boomeramic utterances
which might havo been expected in a
specoh propared under tho auspices of
the Terrell mule. James Stephen has
timo and again oharged that all the
railroads of Texas have watered stocks
and it'was ho who advaoated loaning
tho children's froo sohool money to
theso same corporations with watered
Believing in tho dectrino that "that
govornment is best that governs least "
The Express thus jibs the Gazetto.
"Lanham is urged by tho Gazetto
as a good compromise man, That is
not tho sort needed. Georeo Clark.
on the old Democratic idea of as little
government as poBsiblo, is what is
needed to turn Texas looso."
"M"-tf you would be well dressod
M.M. givo jour orders to tho
Gabert Bros., the loading tailors. Thoy
oarry the biggest stook ol new sprinS
goods in Central Texae, and havo a'l
the latest styles.
1500yds Gingham small chock, at 5e.
300 yards Striped Gingham, good
10c stun' for Coaynrd,
OuroOc Silk Stripod and Plaid Ging
hams for 25c. Only a fow plocos loft
Our 10c Bedfords go this week at
A lot of 10c, 12,!o and 15o Laces
5c a yard.
That sells at 15c, 20o, and 2oo go this
week at S.Jc a yard .
Worth 25c, 30c aud 350 will bo sold
by us for 15c.
Two papers Brass Pins for 5c.
Two papors Hatr Plus for 5c.
Black and WhltoCauvass Bolts 10c.
50c Leather Belts for25c.
Manfactm ers 1
Alexandre's Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure Spioes.
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coffee.
Mooro Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar.
Moore Bros' Pure Cider.
Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslues we a re now prepared to till
orders promptly. Patroulzo Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts tomak
Waco a Great Manufacturing Centre.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTA
WACO, : i TEXAS.
Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g
O. W. DAVID
The old Grand ltulldlna, Xorth of 1'lnzn,
The Boost vehicles and horses in th
oitv. Call oarriacros for lading a sn
cialty and when desired, ladies can
nave a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
boarded on reasonable terms.
W.D, M VYFIKM), Preillant. J. D. BEM., Vlco President. JOIINJD. MA.YFIELD, Cashier
The City Savipgs Bapk
"CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000.
No v offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable
That wero 25c for 15o.
Knoo Pauts that wore 10o for 2oC,
Knoo Pants that Woro 50o for 35c.
Knee Pants that wero 75o for 60c.
That were 510.00 and $12.50 for $7.00
Brown Suits that wero $12.60 and
JClectrtc lllnc Suit.
That wore S1S.00 aud $25.00 for $15.
lu sscks and frocks that woro 522.50
and 525.00 for $20.00
For Boys, 5o, 15c, 25c, 50c.
Men's Hats for 25o, 5uc, 75o and f 1,
Orent lliirjuhis in Shoes.
Ladies' Opora Slippers 50o.
Ladlos' Patent Tip Oxford 75c
Ladies' Dongolln Tip Oxfords $1.00.
Ladles' Button Shoes $1.35.
In Men's High and Low Cut Shoos
Moore BroB' Flint Candy.