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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY a9 1892.
2 Pears Soap To keep the skin clean is to wash the excretions from it off; the skin takes care of itself inside, if not blocked outside. To "wash it often and clean, without doing any sort of violence to it, re quires a most gentle soap, a soap with no free al kali in it. Pears' is supposed to be the only soap in the world that has no alkali in it. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' County Otricorai We are authorized to announce Mr. J. C Jnney as camllIto for tho office of t.ouiity Tat Collector, subject to the action of tho Dcru ccrqtii of ilcLcun.in comity. i 1 011 couirrr attohkey. We nrc auth rlzed to annojneo Capt. T. A Blnli n a lftudldate for coiuty attorney of Mo Lennan county, subject to tho action of tho Demociatlc party. Mr S. A llognn authorlree ns to annouueo that ho Ian ondklato for county attorney of McLennan county, tnbjict to the action of the Ben. ocratlc party. lor .Sheriff. We arc authorized to announce Joe P. Ellison -us a candidate Tor shpria at the entulnK elec tion, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W. L. Bnrko a rand'date for ulierlff of Mc Lennan couuty. subject to tho action of the Democratic tarty.,' Dan Ko-d Is ncandtdata f r re-election to the office 1' sheriff if McLei nnn iounl , eubject 10 the action of tlio Democrat! j party. tOUCONSTAIILK. The Nuns Ik authorized to nnnounco Iee Cook as a candidate for re-eltcllon to tho offlio of conntable of reduce No i MoLennan coun- . ty, subject to the action of tho Democratic pa ty Mr .lame- II Lockwood mthorizo us to iddoudcp him a a randldatw or congtuble of precinct No 1 .McLnimu c umy, subject to tha action of 1 he Democracy. Hlliiilciiitl. rou jia it. TiiFNrws iBnuthoriodt" announce John C. Wtttes acond date for nibjor at tho ensniiic ilty election, onAirilcth Tils News If au horized to ann-unce that RIiorC. ' McCulloch Ik a can lidato for re eltctlon to tho otllc- in mayor of Waco at tho ensulog electlou In April. Election 1st Ticsdayln April. We arc au thorized to announce Major A Illnchman a tandldate for the office of Mayor of aco at tte coming city election KOIl At.DEBMAN. The News Is authorized to annonnrn the KauiMof Mr A M Qiibblofor re-e!e tlon for the ofllt o of alderman for the IhirJ ward. R. CHRISTOPHER. Editor and General Manager. .Entered at the Wacj postoffloe aa sec ond class mall matter. Largest Ciroulation of any Paper in Central Texas THE NEWS IS THE OFFICIAL 0H GAN OF THE CITY OF WACO. ltutr (litis right, thong It is not al ways jwjmlar, unit J at it ml ; It whether It rttlres me to private life or lifts e to hlah r honors," llofirr Q. Mills. "1 inn fur free cotiuuerco wltli ill I natioim.)' Tli minis Jcfforton. After thorough advertising and nuch rustling 125 oitizens of Tyler, counting the milkmaids, met to in Actio Hogg last Fridy night. Two thirds of this numbor.lesa three, signod tho roBter for a Hogg olub. Tue News is in receipt of an Anonymous communication abusing thia piper for opposing Hogg and advooating tho eleotion of George Clark. Tho writer claims to bo a farmer, but when a farmer writes anything for publication ha generally couches it in dooont languago and is "bravo enough to Bign his name somo where. Tho oommunioation was mailed in Waco, and wo don't boliove a farmer over saw it. If '"Hospect Header" will come arqund to the office and fathor that oommunioation The News will publish it. TEAMMANr AHD TYLER. No one can read tkc full report of the anti-snap convention pro ceedings in New York without en tertaining a feeling ot disgust, with, and contempt for the methods resorted to in that state by the Democratic party organi zation to obtain an indorsement of Senator Hill as a presidential candidates Last year when the primaries were called to elect delegates to the state convention to nominate a candidate for gov ernor the state executive commit tee having in view the fact that that convention would name the executive committee that would call the state convention to nomi nate delegates to the national convention this year used the party machinery at their com mand to grind out nothing but Hill delegates. In many instan ces when the machine delegates to the primaries were out voted the machine men would quietly retire, meet secretly in another place and their list of delegates always had the endorsementof thcregular ward or election district chairman, and the convention in every instance seated the machine delegates. The nomination of Flower met with general approval and fearing that a kick during the state cam paign might defeat the Democrat ic candidate for governor there was a quiet submission to what many Democrats believed to be a bold and autragious attempt to throttle popular expression. The state canvass was bitterly fought by both Republicans and Demo crats, even Grover Cleveland against whom the machine had been plotting for years taking an active part in the interest of Dem ocracy, which won a signal vic tory reclaiming tne state assem bly from the Republicans. Hill got all the glory, for it was attrib uted to his management, and while Democrats all over the country was congratulating him he was planning to capture the New York delegation to the national convention. In deed he had been planning for years. It was accomplished by the same methods as obtained at the primaries last year. Where the Hill men were in the minority they elected the delegates secret ly and as they were always armed with credentials from the regular officer they were seated by the convention. So much for person al politics in New York. So much for the perversion of power delegated by the party to its ex ecutive committee in that state. How is it in Texas? The attitude of N. Webb Finley chairman of the state Democratic Executive Committee in the gub ernatorial fight smacks of the New York machine method. He openly espouses the cause of Governor Hogg, is really his cam paign manager, and boasted at the Tyler meeting that Jim Hogg's campaign wonld be "taken care of in every county in the state." If this means any thing it means that Mr. Finley, the executive head of the Demo cratic organization in Texas pur poses using his official position to further the interests of one man in that party, to the detriment of another. There may be a large majority of his party who oppose Governor Hogg and faver Judge Clark and in that ease Mr, Finley is the representative of the party only in name. This is truly a year of novations in political warfare, In New York is pre sented the disgraceful spectacle of an ambttious man openly planning and scheming for the high position of leader of the National Demo cracy using the party machine at his command to that end. In Texas the governor on the stump pleading for a re-nomination and the executive head of the Democratic party managing his campaign. Verily, Tammany sets the pace and Tyler follows suit. Tho Dallas Tuned-Herald is oppos ed to Clark in its isauo of Friday 2Gth hist., it says : "lion Georgo Clark arrived in tho oity last night and has beon accorded quito an ovation by bis admirers to day. At tho Windsor all day a stream of callers has kept him shak iog hands and rccoiving ooograula tions and assuranoes of support from Dallas Democrats. Upon his low statue flits a great head, and one whiah has already exeroised a won derful influence in tho politics of Texas this year as in soveral provious campaigns. Personally and indivu ally the Times-Herald admires Georgo Clark, but as a commission advocate tho Times-Herald is not yet persuad ed that an opponont of the policy should appoint tho Rtilroad Commis sion, But tho Times Horald frankly admits it looks as if Dallas county was clean gone that way." In less than two months tho Times Herald will have to admit that the entire state has "olein gono that way." FREE 5 FREE Don't forget to Ask for the Consumer's and Mcrchao ts' BZHTSPIT ;-: SCBI?. CONSUMERS TAKE NOTICE. That every Cash Purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any Merchant whose name appears below entitles you to a FIVE PER CKNT SCRH wnich they will accept for FIVE CENTS on every Gash Purchase of One Dollar And take SPECIAL NOTICE,.that the iMctchants who belong to this Association are the most wide-awake and keep the Best Selected Stock of Goods, and their Prices are the LOWEST. Goldstein & Migel, Dry Goods. C. F. Smith, Wall Paper. Old Corner Drug Store, Drugs. W. 51. Ragland & Son, Jewelers. Alf. Herbelin, Harness. Geo. E. Ames, Books and Stationery. Mrs. 13. J Doss, Millinery. Harrison & Co. Hardware. R. T. Dennis & Bro., Furniture. Gabert & Bro Tailors. Love & Co., Music. W. K. Finks & Co., Groceries. J. L. Bergstrom, Photographer. The Yoakum Graphic says: "The Waco News seems to strongly favor George Clark for governor. That's very natural Clark resides in Waco. But should he be elected we will wager a schooner of beer that the News will be the first to cuss him out. Its natural and can't be helped." If he needs "cussing" as bad as the present executive you can bet a whole keg of beer, friend Graphic, and be perfectly safe. But, George Clark is a lawyer, a patriot and a statesman, while Governor Hogg is embarrassed with a lack of all these accomplishments. Mr. Finley, tho chairman cf the State Dcmooratio Executive Commit tee and the manager of Governor Hogg's campaign, refers to tho sub treasury Demoorats as "theso littlo, mean, stinking, oontemptablo con cerns." "That motley crew." "That set of skunks" and bo forth. Some as good Domoorats as ever lived be lieve in tho sub-treasurv. The Mexia Ledger detailed a young man who was a stranger in the town to canvass Mexia for governor and senator. Here is the result: Hogg, 40; Clark, 78; Chilton, 16; Mills, 98; Scatter ing, 16. Look out for mf big specialty salos Saturdays, J. A. Early. Finest liquors for medical pur poses at J. A. Early's. Pickled and spiced pigs feet 25 cents a dozen at J. A. Early's. Am overstookod in prosorvoB, finest line in the oity, selling at cost. J. A Early. Tho lots in tho Kirkpatrick addi tion are the cheapest over offered in Waco. Now York seed potatoos genuine at J. A. Early's. (E. E. Thompson has a fow more of thoso damaged paints and wall paper for aalo at your own prioe.) 1 m Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes and Dr. J. R. Forroll have fitted up a suito of rooms in tho new Provident building, second floor, where they may bo found in futuro. Telephono at offioe and residences. Slatos at Old Cornor Drue Storo. b 3 3 lb cans of Vanguard best peaohes $ 50 Dodson & Hill's best in pints, ketohup 20 Superior Chili sauce, pint b'ts. 25 2 lb cans blakborries, 5 for 50 1 lb can Monarch B Powder for IS Good family fanoy flour, per sk. 1 25 The best green ooffce 5 J- lbs for"l 00 Navy beans, 525 lbs for 1 00 Hominy, 30 lbs for 1 00 Best preserves, per pound 00 30 lbs grits for 1 00 Dried npples,quartors,best 16 lbs 1 00 And all othor goods too numerous to mention. Pleaso call early and leave your ordors, as I have a great rush on Saturdays. Yours for low prices. J. D Lol'TIN, At Chas Rast's Old Stand. CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $100000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,'ooo IDIIRIHaTOIRS. J. 8. MaLKHDON. Proeldant. W. D. LACY, O. H. HiaaiNSON, J T. DAVIS, Vioe-presldent. J. K. PABKBR, THOS. P. ABEEL. B. BLACK, OmMi: OAUriELD, " iSi.?. rV nc - banker, merchants, ftmre. moohantcs a1 othor classes sollolted. W Old 01 K,rZn r.., V.m l,ooun.l.B " 'l,'9,Jll0, WoglTBirsoaBl md spoolal attentlM all th pr!nolpalpintof tho UnUoI Stfttea and Europe. MOORE ROTHERS. Whdesale Grocers. Manfaetmers 1 Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandro'B Pure SpioeB. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coilbe. Moore Bros' Whlto Wlno and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros' Pure Cider. Moore Bros' Flint Candy. Having purohasod Mr. Alexandre's busluos v earo now proparod to 1111 ordors promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to make Waco a Groat Manufaoturlng Centre. dCOI:RO,Wr, JEXsTJJS:XZ. JB OD Ste Co. WACO. : : : : TEXAS. FIEE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.:::: t i : : : 5 Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us. OFPTOB VNJiKU HOTEL ItOTAZ, ' TOJVESS BROS. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL WACO, : i TEXAS. AGENTS LiverynTransfer PROPRIETOR. The old Orand Jtuildinfl, Jforth of l'laen, WACO, TJSXAS. The finost vehicles and horsrs in tb oity. Gall carriages for" ladies a spe cialty and when dnsircdf ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met. Prompt attention to all orders and ooaraea on roasonauie ierms satisfaction guaranteed. Horaea