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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH iG 1892.
Pears
Soap
What
soap for
is wanted of
the skin is to
wash it clean and not
hurt it. Pure soap does
that. This is why we
want pure soap; and,
when we say pure, we
mean without alkali.
Pears' is pure; no al
kali in it; no free alkali.
There are a thousand
virtues of soap ; this one
is enough. You can trust
a soap that has no biting
alkali in it.
All sorts of stores sell
it, especially druggists;
all sorts of .people use it
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
County Officers.
ron courrr jcdor.
Tin: News la anthorlzeit to anuounce that W
II. Jenkins Is h ciidlila'e for ro election to
the office of count y Judge of McLeunan cos ty,
subject to the action of the Democratic lmrty.
ron couhty attoiixe y.
Wearoauth rized to announce Capt, T, A.
Blair as a 'lnndlilate for con ty attorney or Mo-I-cnnan
county, subject to the action of the
Democratic party.
Mr N. A Ilognn authorizes us to announco
that bo la a candidate for c unty attornoy of
McLennan county, subject to the action of the
jjemocrawc party,
The News la authorized to announco that
Judge D. II. Hardy U a candldato for county
attomcr or McLennan county, subject to tho
action of the Democratic party.
FOB, TAX COLLKCTOII.
Tnc News 1 authorized to announce T.
3. Primm as a candidate for Uxcol cctor for
McLennan connty, subject to the actioa of the
Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce Mr. J. C
Jnrney as candidate for the ottlce or ounty
Tax Collector, subject to the action of the Dem
ocrats of McLcnnau comity.
The News Is authorized to announco Mr K.
D. Jtussell as nctnil tltt'e for tax collector of
McLennan county, subject; to the action of tho
Democratic party,
"We aro 'authorized trt nnnounro that Luke
Moore Is acandldt for tax uullectorof ic
Lenutn county, eubject to the action of the
Democratic party
COUNTY AStliHSOlt.
TtieNewbIb authorised t announce F. P.
Maiden as a candidate for county aBBO-or, sub'
Ject to tho action of the licmocrutla party.
For Sheriff.
Wo are authorized to announce Joe F, Ellison
as a candidate for sheriff at the enintnir elec
tion, subject to the action of the Democratle
party.
W. L. Burke ta at candidate for elierltfof Mo
Lennan conuty, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic party..
Dau Ford la a candidate for re-election to the
office nfshorlff of McLennan count), subject to
the action of the Dcmocratlo party.
Wo are Authorized to announco J. P.Naylor of
Moody as a candidate forsher ff. subject to the
action of tho Dcmocratlo party of Mo Lennan
connty.
FORDI3MUCT CMtKK.
We are authorized to announce thit Mr. Z.
F. Henley ha cimldate for re-election to the
offlco of district clerk of McLennan connty,
subject to tue action of tho Democratlo party,
The News is Authorized to announce Ed
Sparks as n candldato for district dork, subject
to the action of the DemooraUo party.
The News Is authorized to announce Dr. W.
W. Burger aa a candldato for tho office of dis
trict derk, subject to the action of tho Demo
cratic ptnty.
Tub New t authorized to announce that
Mi Lee Slaughter la ncanddute for alderman
of tho Third Ward, olcotlonin April.
t iai
ALDKIIMAX FOURTH WAnD.
Wo a'o authored to nnounce that Dr. J.
n. j KltiR Is a can lid ate lor al tcriuan or the
Fourth Ward at tno.ouituuig oloctlon
$!: 5atilBr Sfefews
roll COUNTT CLE UK.
The News Is authorized to announce that
Tom II. Brown is a candldato for connty clerk
ofMcLennau county, subject to the action of
tbu Demooratio party.
We are authorized to announco Jno F. Mar
shall as a ilandldate for the olllee of county
clerk, subject to the actlnn of thn l)miuintin
pariy.
Tub News Is authorized to announco J. W,
Frosts acamlil te fircounty cleric at the
or suing election, subject to the net oa of tho
Democratlo party.
a i
FOUCOTSTAnLK,
The News la authorized to announce Iee
Cook as a candidate for re election to tho office
of constable of t rcclnct No. I Mo lennan coun
ty, subject to the action of tho Democratic patty.
Mr JatJlO" II. LOCklVnnd mthnrlrnl ni fn
announce 'him a a candidate for constable of
1'iutiuui ng, 1 jioL,nnau county, suhjoclto the
action of lhe Democracy,
ffluulcliial.
FOU Mi. YOU.
Election 1st Tuesday in April. We are an
thorlzed to announce Major A Illnchraan as
candidate for tho ofllco of Mayor of Waco at the
coming city election.
The Nfws is authorized to announce Hon. It.
J Goodo as a candidate for may r of tho city of
Waco at the 0 suing election lo April.
This Naws Is authorized to announce John O.
Went as a candfdato for mayor at the enaulna
city election, on April sth. "u.uK
The NEwala authorized to anuonnoe that
J?.'.?10. ;; IclJuiioct, IB acandldaVe for r"
election to the olllc- t mayor of Waco at the
ensuing oloctlon In April. e
FOU AI.OEUHAN.
nSSoMr1! Mthiir!frt J announce the
iKL'ii'm Q'tbblaforreolectlou for
the office of alderman for the Third, ward,
HOSG AND WE PAPERS,
Tho fcoblo effort of tho administra
tion inembors of tho house of ropro
Bontativoa at Austin to provent tho
distribution of anti-Hogg literature
will roooil on that gontloman with
double forco. Tho Texas dailies aro
ncarlv all against Hogg and tho
proposition to allow eaoh momber
twontj-fivo copies to distribute among
his oonstituants was a littlo inoro than
tho administration could stand. The
vole was 50 against and 4j for tho
rosolution, and whilo tho vote
does not refleot the Hogg
and anti - Hogg elements,
in the house the faot that tho strictly
administrationmumbcrs oppoBed the
resolution shows a feeling against the
nowspaper which if they dared, would
doubtless bo oarried to tho extent of
an absolute boycott. Tho spirit of
intolerance cropping out in
this bit of maneuvering
is in keeping with tho constant trod
of tho Hogg administration. When
tho press began its criticism of the
aots of the commission Chairman
Reagan retorted with the charge of
venality. Whon some ot tho papers
suggested that Chairman Reagan,
when ho resigned an ofBco given him
by tho Texas legislature to aooept
another office tondered him by the
governor subjected himself to un
favorable criticism, the friends of
tho administration rolled their
oyes in holy horror, claiming
that Judge Reagan's long service in
official station preoluded tho presump
tion of indisoretion, Tho idea seems
to obtain among tho "ins" that a man
can oontinue in office so long that ho
booomes infallibloincapablo of wrong.
Tho administration does not only
objeot to tho oritioism of tho press,
but Us attitude all along revoals a dis
trust of tho people, and a desire to
absorb their rights and privileges
Governor Hogg's refusal to allow the
people the right to oleot their com
missioners dates from his first month
in offioo as governor, &nd proclaims
him a conscienceless dictator. His
personal o'fforts to defeat Mr. Mills and
foroo upon the people of Texas
a senator of his own seleotion after
tho people have spoken in a manner
that loaves no doubt whatever as to
their choioo, confirms the proclama
tion. His reoommendation to the
legislature that the attorney general
of tho state shall pass upon all oounty
and municipal bonds, and that nono
shall bo registered by tho comptroller
without the stamp of his approval
brands him as a man who would take
from the peoplo overy vestigo
of tho right of solf
government and plaoo all power in the
hands of state officials. Suoh is the
trend of tho Hogg rogime and when
tho Demooratio newspapers over mind
ful of tho peoplo's rights, and guard
ing always tho citadel of true
Bcmooraoy, warn thoir readers against
tho oncroaohments of tho dictator.
7
they aro oharged with venality. All
newspapers aro not always right in
their utteranoos, but the peoplo of
Toxas havo a way of putting this and
that togother. The papers will keep
them posted and thoy will do the rest.
painless. As the important time ap
proaches, naturo brings her pcouliar
anacsthotio, and tho porson passos off
without Buffering half tho agony whioh
thosioknoss causing tho death brought
to tho patient. Eron men meoting a
violent death in the jiws of wild
boasts havo a few moments of calm
preparation beforo dying, which brings
relief and a certain degree of ploasuro,
Tho groat trouble in death is tho
sicknoss and pain which o.irrics ono to
the door of doath, and it is at such
moments that ono Biiffars all of tho
tormont and agony of a dozen deaths. '
The horror of death, is in this en
lightoned age, the result of appre
hension. It is the thought of dis
solution, tho contemplation of tho
cbango, from a living inteligcnt boing
with brawn and brain to that other
lifo with which we are unacquainted.
Perhaps the thought of leaving our
associations hero adds more to the
mental suuoring 01 tuo person
approaching deith than all other)
things combined. Tho serenity of
tno launtui unnsuan or tho oon
firmod spiritualist in the last struggl
ing moments would boem to prove
this.
The Mum & Rotan Investment Go.
-3:011-2 --ULStlrL St.
GAJPITAJLf KS09000.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms
Correspondence solicited.
HATCH
HIS SPA
CE
Col. Henry Wattersons demand that
Cleveland withdarw is positively funy,
in tho light of tho corrospondenoo in
yestcrday'p News between Bragg and
Cleveland. Bragg tried in vain to
forco him to deolaro himself a candi
date. Col. Honry, liko sovoral othor
politicians, has becjtno frightoned at
Cleveland's popularity and, of course,
thought he oould save tho party by
pronouncing him unavailable.
"My fiiond Brown says that I am
playing tail to Mills' kite. Now I
never play tail to auybody's kite. But
if I ever get ready to go into tho tail
business I will grasp tbo tail of tho
eaglo that bathes his plumage in tho
clouds and gazes unflinchingly into
tho hlazing face of the huh, and not
oatch hold of the tail of an anfmal
that grovels in the mire." (Geoiioe
Clark at Sherman )
CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $106 000
DIIRIHaTOIRS.
Gov. Hogg is still hard at work
trying to persuade the legislators to
disregard the instructions of thou
oonstituants and voto for Chilton.
Turn Texas loose and let her grow.
Let freedom roign anew. Strike off
her fetters, givo all a show, whether
railroad magnate or Jew.
Hill is A 1. At least that is the
figure that represents his vote oftoner
than any other when an assembly of
suffragists are polled.
Our Worwiok gets hotter all the
time. His Sherman speech was a yell
puller.
The rain and cold wind is good for
the nh.eat and oats,
J. 8. MoIiBNDON. President
W. D. LAOV,
0. h. moaiHsoN,
J. T. DAVI8, Vioo.presldent.
J. K. PABKETJ,
TH0S. P. ABEKL.
t B.
BLACK. Oi.M.r
OAVriKU),
J,M,0JtV'ln.k' bfank8r,' nl9roha'lts. farmers, moohttnlcs and othor classes solloltod. V
re personal ana ipeotat attentlo
Hxohanga bought and sold oa
E?n2Sn,?I 1 0I1. noUIta as large onoa. Wo give personal and speotal attentlo
Tl k vv"w",vu "Vl'iuu, nuil It) Ul(in uny OI p'tymQQV
all the principal points of tho United States and Europe.
MOORE ROTHERS.
Manfactm ers 1
Alexaudro'e Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure BpioeB.
Alexandro'a Java and Rio Blend Coffee
Whdesale Grocers.
Moore Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar.
Moore Bros' Pure Cider.
Moore Bros' Flint Candy.
Having purchased Mr. Alexandres bUBinesw re now prepared to fill
ordora promptly. Patroulzo Homo Institutions. Sustain our efforts to mak
Waoo a Great Manufacturing Centre.
It will
Tuesday.
be Senator Mills after next
Only three weeks till the city election.
"Euthanasia is not an old word as
appliod to modical soienco, "says Dr.
Atkinson,"batit has a moaning which
of lato has oomo to bo of great impor
tanoo to overy one. Death was form
erly considered a great Btrugglo, and
vivid, almost shooking, dosoriptious of
the phenomena of dying were given
in such exaggerated forms that nono
oared to think of tho oventful moment
when doath should oomo to thorn.
Euthanasia, or tho pleasure of dying,
takes tho very opposite view, and
proclaims death to b6 oasy and almost
Judge Clark's Appointem nts.
Tho following appointments havo
beon made by Judge Clark when ho
will spoak on political issues :
Bonham, Thursday, Maroh 17th.
Honoy Grove, Friday, Maroh 18th.
Paris, Saturday, Maroh 19th.
Clarksville, Monday, Maroh 21st.
Sulphu- Sprincs. Wednesday.
Maroh 23rd.
Greenville, Thursday, Maroh 24th.
McKinney, Saturday, March 20th.
Jowott, Wednesday, Maroh 30.
Palestine, Thursday, Maroh 31.
Rusk, Saturday, April 2.
Hendorson, Monday, April 4.
Atlanta, Wednesday, April 6.
Texarkana, Thursday, April 7.
Torroll, Friday, April 8.
Dallas, Saturday, April 9.
Hillsboro, Wednesday, April 13.
Waxahaohie, Thursday, April 14.
Corsioana, Saturday, April 1G.
Other appointments will be an
announced from timo to timo. Gov.
Hogg is invited to be prosont at any
appointmont and participate on equal
terms.
WACO, : : : TEXAS.
FIEE : INSURANCE : AGENTS.
Plate Glass Insured AgainstBreakage. : . : : ' : 1 1 1
: : : ' 5 Represent a Line of First-Class Companies
Prompt Attention to all Business Placed with us.
OFFICE TJNDJtR IIOTJiZ, BOYAJO'
TOIVE
AID
RENTAL
AGENTS
REAL ESTATE
WACO. : t TEXAS.
Have removed from Paoifib Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g
Fine Joraoj butter teoeivod tffioe a
wook at J. A. Early's. '
LiverysTransfer
O. W. DWTD
PROPRIETOR.
The old Orand JtulUUng, A'orth of I'laia,
irAOO, TEXAS.
The finest vehicles and horses in th
oity. Call oarriages for ladies a spe
cialty and when desired, ladies can
have a driver in livery. All trains met.
frompt attention to gall orders and
boarded on reasonable terras.
an
satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
W, D MA.TB1ELD, President. J. D. BEtJ,, Vice President.' JOHN D. MAYITIELD, Gaehler
The Gity Savings Bapk
Will Commenco Business March 1, 1892, with
$100,000 Capital i StooL
Tho hares are payable In wothlv Inatnlimnntu or inn ,in... -.v.-.w .... ..v- ..v
now beoatuie the payment! are so small, but in a short time you will
uuut t-aj.un tB enormons preminm. See thecaahlrr at once tyoa want stock,

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