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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 12 1892.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. couiiir oiricorN. fOB COOrTf JUDOS. Tint News Is anthotlrcrt to anuounco that Vi II slnuTili " cndlilate for ro election to Seofflco of county Judce of McLennan cou ty, to the action 01 tnewemuno.'i; i'".i subject FOB COUilTT ATTOKNHY. Wenronnth rlzed to announce Cnpl. T. A. Blalt bV I Jan.lUlato for con ty attorney orMo Snnan county, subject to the actlonf the Dcraocatlo party. Mr S A llogan authorises na to announce, thVthnlaa c-hdlilatc for county attorney of JlcLennm. foun ty, subject to the action of the Don ocratlc party. The News In authorized to nnnonnce that JmlBe D H. Hardy Is a candidate f-r county attorrey or McLo-nan county, subject to tho aotlon of the Democratic party. The FOB TAX COLLKCTOIl. News i authorized to announce T. . 0 4 nl a n fnr 3. 111mm m : a ?" ir , -.. .. McT.ennan couniy, buujcci, v" - Dcmocra lc party. We aro authorized to announce Mr. J. O Jurney as candidate lor the oUlce or ounty Tas Collector, subject to tho action of tho Dem ocrat of McLennnu county- Tub News Is anlbolzed to announcp Mr. E. D Itussellas acinddato for tax collector or Met ennnn county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. COUNTY ASSESbOIl TheNetvsIs authorized t- annonneo F. P. Madden as a candidate for connty esecnr, sub ject to tho action of the Ucmocrntlo party. i I'or Sheriff. Wo are nnthorlzed to announce Joo F. Ellison as a candldato fur sheriff at the ensulnn elco tlon. subject to the action of tho Democratic party. W. L. Burke ts a candldato for sheriff of Mo Lennan coniity. subject to the action of tho Democratlorsrty.; Dan Fed l a candidate for re-election to tho ofllce fBherlff rfMcLeunan count-, subject 10 the action ot the Democrats party. We aro nuibo Izcd to announce J. I'.Naylorof Moody ns a candidate for slier ff subject to the BCttOU 01 IHO IJCillUtruHU luiljr V uu,..i-uuuu county. rOnDISHitlCT CLEUK. We are s uthorlzed to an-onnce thnt Mr. Z. F Bcajley iacnnldate for re-eloctlon to the ofllro of district clerk of McLennan county, subject to t.o action oftho Democratic party. The News Is authorized to announce Ed Sparks sb a candidate for district clerk, subject to the nctlonorthe Democra lo party. The News la authorized to announce Dr. F. W. Burger as a candidate for the office of dis trict e'erk subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco that Lake Moori- Is acB"dldto for tav collector of io Lennrn coun'y, mbject to tho action of the Democratic party. rOIlCOUKTT CLEUK. The News Is authorized to announce that Tom II. Brown Is a candldato for county clerk of McLennan county, subject to the action of tho Demoiratloparty. We aro antborlzed to announce JnoF. Mar shall bb o itandldate forth) clll.'e.of county lerk. subject to tho actlnn of tho Demociatlc party. The News Is authorized f announce J w. Frosfs scand d- te frcounty clerlx at the er enlnK (lei tli n, subject to the uct.onoftbo Democrntloparty. FOIICOXBTABLtt. The NewrIs authorized to nnnounco Ice Cook as a candidate for re-election to the otllco of constabloof 1 rcclnct No 1 Mc1 ennan coun ty, subject to the action of the Democratic patty Mr Jame JI. Lockwood nthrrlzo' nB to announce him as b randldate 'or constable of precinct No. 14IcLnnau cunnty, subject to the astlon of the Democracy. municipal. ron MATOU. Election 1st Trosday In April. We are au thorized to announce Major A Hinchman as eandldate for tho office of Mayor of Waco at the coming city election. The Nrws Is nu'hT'ied to announce Hon. II. J OoodoaBBO' ndldate for may r of tho city of Waco at the o suing election lb April. Thf Nrws Is authorized to annonneo John O. West sb a cand dato for mnyor at the enBUlne lty election, on Airll 8th. The News Is authorized to ann-nnce that BliyorC. P. McCulIoch is acan-llilate for re election to tho ofllc- oj mayor of Waco at tho enBUli.g election In April. FOli ALUEUHAH. The Newb 1b authorized to annonnce the iiameof Mr. A. M Gilbble for re-election for the offlco of alderman for the Third ward, Tub News I authorized to annonnce thst Mi Leo Slaughter Is acanrlldnte for alderman, of tlie a bird Vinrd, election In April. ALDEilUAN rOCUTU WAIID. We ae pulhor x'd to announce that Dr. J (1. J King Is a can ldatel Ta er in an of the zounu Wbra at tno ensuing election. WHT SHOULD CLEVELAND WITHDRAW? Tho Associated proBS reportB an in terview with Editor Honry Wattorson in (Jhicago, in which ho Bays tho nom ination oi Mr. Ulovoland would bo sui cidal to tho Dcmooratio party and that he has so muoh rcspeot for Ulovoland's good sonso, dignity and honor that ho takes for granted Ulovoland will in duo time withdraw hia name, As Cleve land has nuvcr deolarod himself a can dictate it is not exactly clear to The News why ho should bo required to withdraw. Air. Wattorson oannot point to a singlo uttcrauoo of Mr. Ulovoland that could bo construed to mean that ho was posing as a candi date. True his friends all over this country have kopt his name boforo the public as the proper man to oarry tho Deuiocratio banner in tho coming contest, but no personal efforts of his aro responsible lor it except so far as his deportment as a oitizen coin mends him as a suitablo man for the position. Indeed, Mr Cleveland's indifferenco is probably the greatest bar to his availability and Mr, Watterson himself attributed his dofeat in 1S8S to that fault. Mr. Cleveland's candidaoy, therefore, is not of his own motion, but it is the re sult of a public record that has en endeared him to tho peoplo and they alone are rosponsiblo ior nis namo Deing ono of tho most prominent oonneoted with tho presidency. Under circum stances such as these it would bo un patriotic in Mr. Uloveland to refuse to permit his namo to be used beforo tho convention. If tho aonvention of representative Demoorots in Chicago assembled June 21 believes Mr. Cleveland is tho propor man to lead ui in the fight he has no right muoh less is it his duty to rofueo to serve. It is proper to repeat hore however, what The News has said before: It wouldtjot in our judgment bo wise to nominato either Cleveland or Hill. In that, The News agreos with Mr. Wat terson. Thero is no dearth of presi dential timber in tho Democratic party. Thero are several prominent men in the west who can poll more Democratic votes in Now York even than can either Hill orCleveland. Tits News is watching tho course of events and will, in due time, name tho man who, in-its judgment, should bo our standard bearer. Uciot Bulla Sfefcua R. CHRISTOPHER. t t ) and General Manager. Entored at the WaU postoflloo as sec ond class mall matter. Tho Austin Evening News wantB tho free coinage bill passed, oven over tho president's veto if it comes to that, in order to "get the issue out of tho way before tho fall campaign." How that would get tho issue out of the campaign is a mystery. Judge Clark's Appolntomuts. Tno following appointments havo been' mado by Judgo Olark when ho will speak on political issuos : Sherman, Monday, Maroh 14th. Denton, Tuesday, March loth. Bonham, Thursday, Maroh 17th, Ilonoy Grove, Friday, Maroh 18th. Paris, Saturday, Maroh 19th. Clarksvillo, Monday, Maroh 21st. Sulphu- Springs, Wednesday, March 23rd. Greenville, Thursday, Maroh 21th. McKiuney, Saturday, March 2Gth. Jowott, Wednesday, March 30. Palestine, Thursday, Maroh 31. Rusk, Saturday, April 2. Hondorson, Monday, April 4. Atlanta, Wednesday, April G. Texarkana, Thursday, April 7. Terrell, Friday, April 8. Dallas, Saturday, April 9. Hillsboro, Wednesday, April 13. Waxahaohie, Thursday, April 14. Corsicana, Saturday, April 10. Other appointments will bo an announced from tirao to timo. Gov. Hogg is invited to be present at any appointment aud participate on equal terms. HOME INSTITUTION. The effort to koop tho farmera from planting another bice crop of cotton will likely provo futile. In somo of tho older states the acreage will prob ably bo decroasod; but in all' the newly settled territory in tho couth tbe acreage will be increased, perhaps in proportion. New land' produces cotton better than it will any other orop and this fact taken togethor with the faot that cotton is planted later and gives the farmer more timo to-prepare his land, will serve to inoreaso-tho cotton orop in this part of the South. Judge T. J; Harper, of Aatoll, how ever, thinks-that the- aoreago in that neighborhood will bo about tho same as last year, the increase of aoreago being followed by an increase of grain crops on the old land; If tho farmers all over tho state would be governed by tho present prospects thoy would hold the aoreage oh cotton, down to what it waB last year- at least. and in that caso tho crop all over tho South would bo greatly reduced. The News believes that other thiDgs bavo con spired to reduce tho price oi cotton to tho present prices, but if by a material roduotion of tho output a shortage can bo produced it will, undoubtedly, create a demand that will forco prices up. The Waco Ice and Refrlgorating Company. An item having appeared in The News of a fow days ago regarding action boirjg taken by tho Waco Liquor Dealers association looking towards the early perfection of arrangements with loroign factories to furnish ioo to members of the associa tion at a less figuro than thoy have to pay for tho homo manufactured article, provided tho homo institution could not bo prevailed upon to reduce tho prico to that for whioh it oould bo obtained elsewhoro, whioh item has causod somo dissatisfaction among those wbo feel an interest in homo manufacture, as all good citizens should. Thk News reporter there fore called upon Mr. J. E. Egan this morning and was courteously shown around tho premises. It was ascertained that tho Waco Ice and Kefria;erating Company is a private corporation, whoso oharter bears the seal of the great state of Texas. The stook holdors are: J. W. Mann; T. 0. Tibbs, A. Abeel, L. C. Alexander, J. W. Cook, Rtobard Coko, Van Hall, Fostor Fort, J. K. Rose, Clifford Bonce, J. E. Stone and Jas. E- Egan, who have invested in this property someone hundred and twen-ty-tivo thousand dollars. The? have two of the latest improved "Heroules" maohines, the combined capaoity ot which is 50 tons of ice per day; from 17 to 20 tons ot whioh is sold- in AVaoo, the balanoe of the output htving to seek a market olsowhero. The large "oold storago rooms" ao commodate fresh meato; butter, poul try, eggs, fish, fruits, vegetables, oto., while the leading brewers of tho county r suoh as the Pabst Browing Co,, of1 Milwaukee, Tho Anhousor Busoh Browing Association of at. Louis, The New Orleans Brewing Association of New Orleans,, and tho Klausman Brewing Co., of St, Louia, all cool and store thoir beer in tho spacious vaults mado cspooially for their use. This company gives employment to somo 20 odd peoplo in tho fall and winter months and to some 45-or 50 in tho summer months,. and as their work is all heavy, thoy employ none but ablo Douieu men who aro paid a most hboial soalo of wages, thus se curing to tbe company the best clasa of labor to be had in the city. The Waoo Ico RefrigoratingCo., ib a credit to Waco, and is a permanent benefit,, and should have the hoarty and liberal support ot tho peoplo. The Kelluin & Rotan 'InYestnient Go. OAFJTTiXy $50,000. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms, Correspondence solicited. 3 3 lb cans of Vanguard best peaohcB $ SO Dodson & Hill's best in pints, kotohup 20 Superior Chili sauoo, pint b'ts. 25 2 lb cans blakborrios, 5 for 50 1 lb can Monaroh B Powder for 15 Good family fancy flour, per Bk. 1 25 Tho best greon ooffce b lbs for 1 00 Navy beans, 25 lbs for 1 00 Hominy, 30 lbs for 1 00 Best preserves, per pound 09 30 lbs grits for 100 Dried pples,quartorB,best 1G lbs 1 00 And all othor goods too numerous to montion. Pleaso call early and leavo your ordors, as I havo a great ruBk on Saturdays, Yours for low prioes. J. D. Loptin, At Chas Rast's Old Stand. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106,000 IDIIEWEiaTOIRS. L H. BLACK, Caehltr OAUriELO, J. S. MoLttNDOn. President. W. D. LACY. O. H. IIIUOlNSON, J. T. DAVIS, Vloo-preslilent J. E. PABKKn, THOS. P. ABKEL, Accounts of banln. bunken, merohanti, farraori. mooh antes aai other oI&shm solloltocl. w paras muoh at tent on to snol iioooiintsimlarffaoneH. We give personal and ipoolal nttontloi toouroolleotlondiPBTttnent.anl ro-ntfnday of payment. Kiohnngx bought and told o all tha prlnolpol points of tho Dnlted StatM and Europe. MOORE ROTHERS. Manfactm ers 1 Wh lesale Grocers. Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bpioes. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Cofl'ee. Mooro Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros' Pure Cider. Moore Bros' Flint Candy. Having purohased Mr. Alexandre's bualnoaw aro now prepared to fill orders promptly . Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to mak Waco a Groat Manufacturing Centre. IVEOEfcRO'W-, IIXJI!3B: JB 1 Ss Co WACO. : : : : TEXAS. FIRE : INSURANCE : AGENTS. Plate Glass Insured Against Breakage. :.::::: i : : : : ; Represent a Line of First-Class Companies Promc Attention to all Business Placed with us. obtjok utman hotjstj royal TOWELS REM. ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS, WACO, : : TEXAS. Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g Sooretary Fostor is now in London negotiating with great world's finan ciers for a settlement of the silver question, but ho will tako good oaro to allow it to remain unsettled until after the presidential eleotion. Ro publioans havo nn advantago in silver fight whioh thoy will be slow to re linquish. Strictly in It. Tho proprietor of tho Royal Barbor Shop and their efficient assistants aro Btriotly in it. A hotter shave, hai out or bath cannot bo found anywher in tho oiiy than thore. Givo themo oa.ll. A Rare Chance If you want a piano or organ of fine makes now is the opportunity to buy one on your own teririB and at prices unheard of. Call on J. B. Payne and soo tho largest and finest stock, of pianos over brought to contral Texas and asK torms and prices. This is tho opportunity of a lifo timo and no pru dent person should negloot it. Tako notioo in timo. There will never bo suoh a ohanoo to buy organs or pianos as cheap or on Buoh terms. LiveryiTransfer STABLES. O. W. DAVJD PROPRIETOR. The old Grand ICutldhit, Jforth of 1'lata, WACO, TEXAS. 1 toKollum & Lawson 113 S. mJTO'lst ior lots in Col. Hoights. 0r to Kellum & Lawson, for all kinds of real estate. I f When T pavcnrAl Hnnntmpnn mpirlvfrt etnr. them for a tlraoandthcn have them return again. I mean a radical cure. I havo made the disease of KITS, Kl'lLEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life, lone study. I w arrant my remedy to cure the worst cases. Decauso others havo fallod Is so reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at onco for a treatise and a 7ree Dottle of my infallible remedy. Qlvo Express and Post-Offlce. H, O, RQOTi M. C, 103 Poarl St., N. The finest vehicles and borers in th oity. Gall oarriages 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 "terras. satisfaction guaranteed. Horses W,I) MATS IELD, President. J. D. BELL, Vice President.; ". JOIIN D. MAYFIELD, Cashier The Gity Savipgs Bapk Will Commonca Business March 1, 1892, with $100,000 CarpitaJL StocDs:. The shares are payable In mothly Installments of two dollars. Anybody can take etook now because tho r&yments are so small, but In a short time yon will not be ablo to buy the stook without paying an enermons premium. See the cashier at onco t you want stook,