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Entered at Ihel'oitoqieKiurticn, T i, a Stcomt ClttM'ltiitter.
VOL. 4. NO. 269.
WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 23 1392
5P Cents rer Month
A large lot, various widths and
All Silk G.- G. Satin Edge
All the leading shades, I inch wide,
5c a Yard.
i 1-2 Inch wide,
8 l-3c a yard.
2 Inches wide,
10c a yard.
2 1-2 Inches wide,
14:C a. yard.
Do You Contemplate Taking A Trip ?
Our Trunk stock has just
showing all the popular fancy in
and leather Trunks, to which
Prices Very X,cvw.
Hg-Take Passenger Elevater to 2nd floor for this depart
CITIZENS NATIONAL BAIf K
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL IOf E
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $125,000
J a MoLXNDON, President
W. D. LAOY,
0. n. maaiNsoN.
J. T. DAVIS. Vice-president.
J S THOMPSON
THOB. P. ABBKL.
AnounntB of blink, bankers. merohsutR, farraori. rnncbanlcs snd other classes solicited. V,
iTRsrSSoh RttmliM tom"l! woonntafts largo ones. We glye personal and P.WjJl "
lJS:Sii.MiVn.iMtm.5t.ondiB.nUonaayofpHymnt. Exohange bought and sold 0
la oar collection lec&rttnnt and temlton day
all the principal points of tho United States and
Tho Only Practical Stereotype Out
nt. Its Suporlor Advantages.
It is simple, praotioal, cheap, cost
ing, according to size, only trom $75
to 150. It can bo nut anywhere, oo
cupjing only the room of an ordinary
case stand. Through its various pat
ented labor-saving devices it is
thoroughly endorsed by practical prin
ters, giving all kinds of results in east
ing and blocking, viz: Thin flat
plates, patent block platos, type high
wnndan nnro hlocked or all metal
arohed. Also, it gives tho advantage
of casting and blocking at the same
oporation, exact type high, oxact
widths and exact longths on and
around tho lato patented hollow sec
tional ironcoro niothod, the easiest,
the cheapest, quickest and best block
ing iu the word. Absolutely without
labor, The outfit dispenses with dan.
gtrous, costly and complicated ma
chinery, and with its Hot Water
Flaskcd Casting Box and Mould
Dryer, it is utterly impossible tt in
jure typo, and tho' very finest results
known to plato makers, siercoypinj j
or the art of printing is obtained.
Send for descriptive circulars, givirg
full particulars and hundreds of volun
teered testimonials from all parts of
this and other countries. J1. J.
Hi amis & Co., Manufacturers Stereo
tjpe Outfits and Conical Sorew
Quoins, No. 18 Spruce St., New York,
N. B.-The same outfit will mako
all kinds of Rubber Stamps.
Ooen anv hour in
the 4 at Joe
Lehman's, South Fourth street
Open and Shut Japanese Fans,
15 cents each.
25 cents each
40 cents each
New stock, new designs and
new colors, all much under price.
Two special lots of fine Gauze
and fancy Feather
95 cents each.
dainty Fans at
been enlarged and we are
black iron covered, canvass
L H. BLACK, CtftMt!
II. J. OAUFIELD,
For Sale A RaeeBaegaln.
T have a complete sot of abstraot
books of tho deed records of tho oity
nf Waoo and its suburbs, consisting
of thirteen largo volumes, with ample
room to keep tho records for twenty
years brought down to date. These
bookB I wish to sell and will let them
go at a bargain for cash.or I will trade
them for real estate in the oity of
Waco. Not beiog ablo to get a suit
nWo man to make out abstracts and
keep tho books, and being unable to
glvo tho necessary time to the books
mysolf, is my reason for wanting to
sell. If desired I can furnish desk
room and vault room for tbo books in
my office for tho purohaser. Ibis is a
splendid opportunity for a man to
start up a good business. The right
kind of a man can got a bargain, not
onlv in these abstraot books, but in
citv real estate. My tat of bargains
cannot bo equaled. Call and see mo.
Office' in Pacific hotel building.
James I Mooke.
Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills on
account of their mild action aro espe
cially adapted for corrooting spring
. r 1 LlAnr) frti-arl
disorders, suon as lmpuro uiuuu, ..
brain and aching and worn out body
They aot promptly on tho Liver and
Kidneys; drive out all impurities from
the blood, and malaria from tho sys
tem. Only ono Pill for a Dose Try
them this spring. Sold at 25 oonts a
box by W. B. Morrison & Co.
Call at Joe Lehman's when you are
hungrv. Orders for anything in the
maike't promptly filled.
THE HOGG RALLY.
aembled In Waco.
COME AFTER THE WACO GIANT'S
hculp-II. J. Kcuilrick t'rckiitcN.
I'liiu of OniunlKiitinii-lMutforiii
And IicNnliilloiiH Xlioy nro Still
For IIokr mid Communion.
Porsuant to call tho friends of Gov
Hogg met at tbo oity hall at 10:30
a. m. today. Mr. James I. Muoro
called the meeting to order and nomi
nated Mr. B J. Kendriok for tempo
rary chairman. Mr. Kondrick was
elected unanimously. lie eaid in
taking tho chair that they had met to
disouss mattors of interest to every
voter and hoped tho business would
be conducted in a quiet deliberate
manner and that no bulldozing will
Mr. W. L Radnoy was elected soo
retary. Upon motion five delegates as a
committeo on permanent organiza
tion were appointed.
Mr. Baker moved that a committee
of fiye be appointed on platform and
Mr. Baker suggested that the com
mittees bo divided equitably between
tbo oity and county.
Committee on permanent organiza
tion: Frank Grady, Waco, Chair
man; J U Walton, Aicuregor; J n
Gouldy, R J Goode, Waoo; G P
Harper, N V Harris, J D Iteynolds,
Monroe Gage, J Ff MoMurray, John
Whitingtou and Chas Torrenoo.
Mr. D. H. Hardy moved a recon
sideration ot tbe motion to appoint a
committee on permanent organizUion
and platform and resolutions and that
they bo enlarged to 11 mem bora; car
ried. At this juncture Mr. J. F. Knowles
mounted tbo rostrum and hold up a
largo portrait of Gov. Hogg and tho
oouvention applauded, with enthusi
Committeo on platform and resolu
tions: V S Baker, Waoo, chairman;
J C Reynolds, Moody; F B Whipkey,
West; C B Graham, Coke; Terrell
Jackson, Eddy; S J Miller, Moody; W
C O'Bryan, McGregor; A J Pool,
Robinson; Dixon Connolly, Moody; V
R Ballcw, Bosquevillo; J I Moore,
Waco; G W Griffith Rosonthal, J II
Messrs. Tom Soott and Gus Higgin
son were elected sargent at arms.
Mr. T. B. Greenwood was called to
tho platform and delivered an ad
dress. During his speech he stepp
ed and took up tho glass
on the ohairman's desk to drink, bomo
one in tho audience 8aid "drink out
of tho pitcher.
Ho said thoy had mot to honor a
man who had stood by tho pooplo and
the Democratio paUy. Some times
men get bigger than their party.
Cloveland was nominated at Chicago
on a platform of tariff reform and freo
silver and when he was oleoted presi
dent ho repudiated the free silver
plank in his party platform and as a
result when ho was re-nominated ho
was defeated. You have a man for
governor who ia a big man but he is
no bigger than his party and never
pretend to bo. You met in conven
tion at San Antonio two years ago and
promulgated a platform and put himon
it and ho has carried your banner with
out a stain and stood by your platform.
Tiavn vnu not somebody in this city
who thinks ho is bigger than his party
Mr. Greenwood weut on to urgo his
hearers to stand by Govornor Hogg
who was tho first governor they had
ever had who had the baokbone to
stand by the righu of the people as
against the corporations.
Oapt. n. 0. Linsoy was called to
the st nd and made a speech.
Mr. Llnsey had prepared his speech
and dollverod it well. It was a good
,ifo..ucnf finv. Hnr. about as good
an could bo made. Ho treated tho
charges against Hogg lightly and re
ferred to Judge uittrs m ki"d .
cutting sarcasm. He was frequently
applauded and onco or twice a Clark
man interrupted him by compllmont-..,-
onHnii nf .TmlffB Clark. Mr. v.
H. Hardy made a ten strike with tbo
Whittingliill, Jones & Goodloe.
All the late things in Silk
lace?, Point de Gene, Point
d'Irelande, Point de Gaze, Fe
dora Chantilly, Madras Es
curial and Spanish.
500, 502 and 504
BROOKS & COWAN
$j1.5T5. NIGHT SS03BJB H1.5
We are displaying in our windows, for th;s week only, the most
elegant line of Gentlemen's Night Shirts ever shown. Your choice
$1.75 each. This includes all of our 3.00, 3.50 and $4.00 grades.
BROOKS & COWAN,
delogates when he asked tho speaker
to allow him to say a word or two.nnd
stated that the convention had met
for a certalu purposo, and thero wero
somo present who wore not In sym
path with tho meeting. "Gentlemen, "
he continued, "will rofraiu f oui In
terference with the procoodlugs, and
he moved that the ohair appoint ten
sargonts-at-nrniB bo that If thrro wero
thoao presont who would not con
duct thomsolvoaproporly thoy can be
The convention went wild over Mr
Hardy's proposition, but Mr. Jamts
I. Moore, after quiet wb restored,
poured oil, etc , by urging that after
tho vlgorons demonstration Just ceaB
oil he thought there would be no nioro
interruptions. The ohair also stated
that ho did not think It necessary to
appoint the sargent-at-armB, and Mr.
Llnsey resumed his speech,.
The oommittco of! permanent orga
nization reported, Mr. Kendrick ohair
man and Mr. Radney sccrotary The
committee also reported tho following
plan of organization:
Tho undersigned committee on per
manent organization and tho adop
tion of a Hue of aotian host calculated
to secure tho reuoralnntlou of Hon.
Jas. B. Hogg for governor of TexaM
and tho proservatiou of the commis
sion, report as follows:
That JamoB I. Mooro, W. B. Baker,
W. L. Radney, J. E. Home, It. J.
Goode, C. H. Torrenoo and Frank
Grady, citizens of Waco and the prosl
dontsofeaoh of tho Hogg and Com
miBsou clubs now formed or that may
bo hereafter formod in MoLouuan
county, constitute an executive com
mittee for the organization of MoLon
nan county into Hogg and Commis
sion clubs, tho distribution ot litera
ture for the oullghtenmont of voters
and to do all and ovory thing essential
to a successful campaign. That J. I.
Mooro be the president and W. L.
Radnoy tho secretary and treasuror of
aid executivo committee 'mac a
majority of tho committeo named
from Waoo shall hvvo tho powor to
aot unless tho eutlro commlttoo Is
called, then a majority of those
That tho president of oaoh nluh
formed or that may heroafter bo form
ed be chairman of a commlttoo of
three, two of whom are to bo appoint
ed bv oaoh of said nrosldonta. con
stituting a subordinate executivo
committeo for oaoh of said olubs or
votlwg boxes, and that oaoh of said
Bubordlnatocommlttoes shall moot at
such tlnio and placo aB their chair
man may direct, lor tho purpose of ad
vancing tho cause of Hogg and 00m
mlaslon. I hut the nresidont of enon club as
aforesaid furnish W. L. Radnoy.Lsq.,
secretary of said oxooutive committee,
with tholr names, committeemen
chosen and tho name of tho soorotary
of oaoh olub. ...
Timt nil nnmmun cationB relative to
tho campalgn.ordemand for llteraturo
orflpeakora, shall bo addrosssd to W.
L. Kadney,E8q.,Beorotary,lf who nood
be shall submit the same to James I.
Moore, president, that ho may call
eald committeo If required. And wo
reoommend that each member of this
We still continue to have
the newest, most stylish Line
of Laces in the city. Our stock
is more complete than ever.
IB ft Hoe.
organization form himself Into a com
mitteo of ono to roftfou with his
neighbor, swell tho olub rollw at his
box and sooond tho oxor tlons of a groat
peopje, In a great stato In tho main
tonunco of a groat reform.
All Demoorata favorablo to Hogg:
and tho commission aro oliglblo to
membership in this organization.
J. II. UOULDY, FllANIC GltADY,
At l'i the convention adjourned to
Immediately after tho reassembling
of the convention Mr.WaltorS. Bakor
for tho coramittoo on platform and
resolutions reported as iollows:
To tbo Hon 11. J. Kcnilrlck, Chairmen.
We, your committeo on resolutions
report as followa:
1, Tho railway oommission of
Toxas is a creature of tho legislature
of Texas and not a part of the consti
tution as is ooctonded by somo of tho
Olark follower!, and is iu faot the
real issue of tho crmpaign, notwith
standing the -eulous oliorts to disguise
2. Tho railway oommission in vieir
of tho influonoe of tho governor oer
tho legisUturo noeds tho ministrations
of a friendly govornor, ono that will
nurso it in iu infanoy with tenderness
and affection; and in tho event the ap
pointive fcaturo prevails, a governor
who will appoint commissioners that
will deal fairly with oil interests.
3. Tho long and bitter opposition of
Judge Clark to a railway commission,
his denunciations of it boforo and
since his announcement for governor,
verifies his unfricdlincss to it, and if
elected governor, should it after tho
lapso ot timo provo a failure under his
administration the peoplo of Texas
would novoi bo satisfied of its fair
trial; and as it is an experiment, it
should bo tried before an impartial
and unprejudiced administration.
4. Tho Demooratio party of Texas
is committed to a railroad commission
by its platform and an overwhelming
majority of its people and all good
Domoorats should bow to its will and
nothing satisfies Jeffosonian Domo
orttoy oxoopt an absoluto acquicsonoo
in the decisions of tho majority."
6. Wo believo that tbo interest of
the whole statu requires that tho com
mifsionors bo kopt out of politios.
6. We aro in favor of a fair, opon
and honest oamnaign. toleration, free
dom of thought, spoooh and press;
but we doprioato tho tend
cnoy of tho opposition to blight
tho financial reputation and fair name
of a state that is blossoming like a
7, That tho presont executive of
Toxas is no moro rosponsiblo for tho
alien land law as formally passed than
CONTINUED ON 4TU I'AUK,