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MZO DAILY NEWS, MARCH i7 1892.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. cionutr oiiIcith. ron oourrr judos. Tiie News le authorized to announce that W II. jenklci I 1 onllda'e for ro election to the offlco ofcounty jnilce of McLnm jn con ty , sulject to the notion ortlis Democratic party. ' yon couiiTT attoiwky. Woarcauth tUmI to announce. Capt. T. A. Blnir m a dandldato for coiuty attorney of Mo. Lonnan county, subject to the aotlon of tho Democintlo party. Mr N A Ilcgan authorizes u to annonnco that ho Ian oM.dtdatc for cnmty attorney of McLennan coui.ty, .nbjcct to the action of the Democratic party, Tun News i authorized to announco that JnuJro fill. Hardy la a candidate frr county attorroy of MoLeman comity, sul'Jcct to tho action of tho Dcmocratlo party. ron TAX COLLKCTOlt. TUB News 1i anthorlzod to announce T. j. lllmm as a candidate ror t collector for McLennan connty. subject to tho action of the Dcmocra lc parly. Wo aro authorlrcd to anuounco Mr. J. 0 Jurney an candldato lor the offlco of ounty TM toilet tor. eubject to tho action of tho Dem ocrat of JlcLcnnau county. TiiKNEwals nntbotUed to nnnounop Mr. K. D. Hustcll as nctnd da'o for tax collector or Mclcnn'in county, subject to tho aotlon or tho Democratic party. Wc are'authnrlMd to nnnounco that Luke Moore Is a cnt dld.to for lax oollcctor or yc Inntn county, tulject to tho action or the Democratic party. COUMTr A8ESS0ll. TheNewsIs natliorlred to announco F. P. Madden ns a candidate for county asso'or. sub ject to tho action of tha Lcraooratlo parly. . 1 a CorMicrKf. Wo are authorized to announco Joe P. Ellison as a candidate for sheriff at the enulnn elec tion, BUbject to the action of tho Domocratlo party. W. L. Bnrko Is a candldato for sheriff or Mo Lcnnan county, 8 abject to the action of tho Democratlcvarty., Dan Fo'd Is a candidate ror re-oloctlon to tho ofllcorr sheriff crMcLennan count , eubject to the action of tho Domocratlo party. Wo are aulbolied to announco J. 1 Naylor of Moody as a candldato for shcr IT. subject to tho action ol tho Dcmocratlo party, of MoLonnan county. i ' i ronDisimtcT clkuk. We oro authorliod toannounoe thntMr. Z. F. Dcasloy lsnctnlldate for re-eloctlon to the offlco of district clerk of McLennan county, subject to t'.oaitlon of tho Democratic party, Tiie News 1b nnthorlzed to announce Ed Bparks as a candldato for district clerk, subjtct to tho actlonof the Democra.lo party. Tub News Is authorized to announco Dr. T, TV. nurecra a candldato ror the ofllcoor dis trict c crk. BUbject to tho action of tho Demo cratic patty. roncouirrr CLEBK. TnnNEWS Is authorized to announco that Tomll.lirownisa candldato ror county clerK or JIcLennan county, eubject to the action or the Democratic party . We are authorized to announco Jno P. Mar shall hbs ilandidato forth.) elllee or county clerk, subject to tho actlonof thoDcmociatlo party. The News Is authorized to announce J W. l"rosts acandd-te foTconnty clerk at the ersnlnBfledlin, subject to the act'onoftho Democratic party. i tm FOIlCOlaTAIlLlC. The News Is authorized to nnnounco Ieo Cook as a candldato for re-clcclton to tho otllco of constable or i reelect No. 1 Mot ennau coun ty, subject to the action of tho Democratic patty. Mr. Jame II, Lockwood nntanrlzoi us to announce him a' a candidate 'or constnble or precinct No. 1 McLennan cuunty, subjoctto the actlonof the Democracy municipal. ron mavoii. Election 1st Tnesday In April. We are au thorized to announce Major A Illnchman as candldato ror the office ot Mayor of Waco at the coming city election. The News Is au'hrrlzea to announce lion. It. J GoodoaB a candldato tor mavrr of the city of Waco at thee suing election la April. The Nzws Is authorized bo announce John C. West as a candidate for mayor at tho ensuing city election, on April Oth. The News Is authorized to announce that lHsyor 0. 0. McUnlloch Is a candidate for re election to the ottlo? of mayor or Waco at the ensuing election In April. Tim News Is author zod to announce Major John F. IIorbor.na n cxmlldato for mayor at the ensuing elty election. FOB ALDKBUAN. TnE News Is anthorized to announce the name of Mr. A. M (Dibble for re-eloctlon for tho offleo of alderman for the Third ward. The News i authorized to announco that Mr Leo Slaughter is a oaudlduto lor alderman of the Third Ward, election in April. ALDKBMAM FOOUT1I WABD. Wo a'o aulbor'zed to announce that Dr. J. O. J King Is a ctmlldate Kr at 'eroian of tho Fourth Wurd at the.onsuingeloctlon &?&$& siBsxIhy 32steto Who said thcro was anything in a name ? A Fort Worth man named Waut, favors Hogg for governor again. Why don't Wattorson withdraw? His name was put up for nomination at Ohioago months ago by tho New York Ilorald. Perhaps it would not bo so "suicidal" to nominate Ool. Wattcrson. Tho Palmer and Morrison factions in Illinois, will perhaps dispose of both ot thoso gontlemon as presiden tial timber. Tho Gazette says: "Tho amount of good tho spooiul Bcsaicn will do for Texas will bo measured by what it doesn't do." Well it wont fool away any time listening at Hill's ' I'm a Demoorat" spceoh. A SLANDER ON TEXAS. Governor Hogg's message contain ed a longthy cUuso sotting forth in his demagogic way what ho affects to beliovo iB a subjoct of needed reform but whioh, facts oonsidorod, is tho doadliest stab ho has evor yet given Toxas. I: is his recommendation with referonoo to county and munici pal bonds. Tho following appoar in that clause: Extravagance in building court houses and jails by counties and pub lic balls by cities and towns, beyond tho noocssitios of the times, must be viowed with feeling of regret by overy oitizon whon bo contrasts them with tho educational institutions near by. Many Jinall towns and so-called cities have issued bonds far boyond their capaoity to pay within tno bounds ot'-legitimato taxation. That repudiation will follow, or that litiga tion will bo vexations and continu ous in reststence to those bonds is inevitable." Following a reprint of thoso and other points of tho same clause tho Austin Statesman sayt: "This arraugoment most come to tho peoplo of Texas with tho sudden ness of a thuuderolap from a clear sky. JNo muttermgs ot an approaoh ing storm had boen heard, no wild discontent among tho people had boen noticed, no bankrupt investors in county and municipal bonds had boen heard of begging relief and succor, no gruosomo complaints of grievous taxation had boen filed. The States man hai nevor heard any intimation of tho necessity for suoh a olauBO in a governor's messago until it was hurled at tho egislnture in present session assembled. Whonco tho present solicitude in this matter? What country has recently issued bonds for ornato jails and oourt houso? What city has recently indulged in a palatial city hall? Why, ot all times in tho history of Texas is this official im perchment of tho valuo of Texas securities made at tliij time of general depression in business, the abyssmal tumblo in price of tho great Texas orop and tho distrust ot Texas in general on account of tho late alien land law?" Tho Statesman furth i quotes from the records of a number of Texas counties and oities to show that tho lowest rate of taxation is in tho counties and oities which now have tho most valu able and costly publio buildings. Truly Governor Hogg is hard put for cam paign thunder. AN OUTSIDE VIEW. The Now Orloans Times-Democrat in tho eourso of an editorial on the Texas senatorial contest says after complimenting both Judgo Culberson and Mr. Chilton: Eoger Q. Mills ia tho goneral favo rito for the seat, both in tho country and in tho state of Texas. Ho has dono as muoh hard and intelligent work for tho Demooratio party as almost any statesman living, and hitherto ho has beeiiibut seurvily re compensed for it. He was euohrod out of the speakership by a dioker that was anything but creditable to tho dickerors, and he was ouckooed out of tho leadership of the party on tho floor, beoause tho new speaker wanted that position to pay oil his personal obligations with. It would bo useloss to add that Mills would mako both a good and a popular sonator. Indeed, with proper defer enco to tho olainn of both Senator Chilton and Judgo Culborson, ho would fill tho vaoanoy with moro dis tinction than either of them." Tho Democrats of Texas reoognize tho fact that tho euoher on thoir ohampion was the result of stacked oaids and they are going to resent it by promoting him. Provided, by somo hoous poous Gov. Hogg does not suooeed in staoking another deck against him. Tho Damoorats of Loan Star Chero keo oounty met in oonvontion March 12 aud instructed for Mills 25 to 10. This is one of tho placos Finloy called a "stinking hole" and these woro tho peoplo ho called skunks. A rcsolu tion asking i'lnley to resign was adoptod unanimously, but Vinloy is still ohairmau of the State Domocratio Excoutivo oommitteo and an aotivo Hogg worker. Judgo Clark's Appolntomuts. Tho following appointmonts havo bcon mado by Judgo Clark when ho will spoak on political issues : 13onham, Thursday, March 17th. Honoy Grove, Friday, March 18th, Paris, Saturday, Maroh 19th. ClBrksvillo, Monday, March 21st. Sulpha- Springs, Wednesday, March 2:ird. Greenville, Thursday, Maroh 24th. McKinnev, Saturday, March 20th. Jowott, Wednesday, Maroh HO. Palostine, Thursday, Maroh HI. Rusk, Saturday, April 2. Hondorson, Monday, April 4. Atlanta, Wednesday, April G. Texarknna, Thursday, April 7. Torroll, Friday, April 8. Dallas, Saturday, April 9. Hillsboro, Wednesday, April 13. Waxahaohie, Thursday, April 14. Corsicana, Saturday, April 1G. Other appointmonts will bo un announced from timo to time Gov. Hogg is invited to be prosont at any appointment and partioipato on equal terms. Tho Gazotto is mad becauso the logislaturo refused to convert itself into a campaign oommitteo in tho interest of David 13. Hill. If Hill addressed tho legislature ho would only say ho was a Demoorat. Thoy know that. Fino Jersoy butter roceivod twioo a wook at J. A. Early's. Pure and white lata at 9 cents ner nound in ten trallon canB at Glill'- pen's, oorner Fifth and Franklin. Tho meals insnished daily at tho Woman's Exchange cannot be ox- colled. EvervthitiE tho market af- ords. Oysters in any style. If you would bo woll and elegantly dressed ordor your suits from Gabert Bros. New style goods, stylish trim mings and perfect fits at Gabort Bros., fashionable tailors, 11G South 4th street. Competent help can find employ ment at tho Woman's Exchanqk No. 113 North Fourth streot. Cr to Kcllum & Lawson 113 S. 4th St. for farms & ranches. J. B. Payne wants to sell a lot of pianos. Ho will sell at suoh prices aud on suoh terms that you will be constrained to buy. For the best and freshest bcof,pork mutton, veal, sparcribs, ush and oysters vo 0 Crippen corner Fifth and Frankling to Kollum & Lawson for lots in Farwell Hotghts. rO Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dentist. Full sett of upper or lowor teeth, $12.50. Subscribers who do not receive their paper will confer a favor by re porting so at office, as that is the only way wo can know whether the carriers do their duty or not. Carriers not allowed to sell papers under any circumstances. Extras for Buggies. flnrrinnn nnrl Vincf v tnna. narrinrro and buggy wheols, buggy bodies, ouBh ions, 'izy baoks, springs, 5th wheols, shaft shackles, prop nuts, prop joints, oota, storm aprons, shaft tops single t ees, shafts in pairs or odd, poles, broast yokes.polo circles, daBhes, dash raits, seat handles, etc, cart wheels and springs, at T. P. SrARKS fc Hon'b. Georp CM Mb So do I, but on a differont subjoot, My next class in Praotical Book-keop-ing will begin April 5th. Number of my pupils is limited. Many have already ontorod, but havo room for fivo moro, Thoso wishing to tako ad vantage will addrcsB or oall on me at onoe. My lessons are at night and do not interforo with any other business. My terms are extremely moderate, being only $32.59 for comploto oourso, including bookB. Payablo half in ad vanoo and balance in a note of sixty days. Edwaiid Tohy, Jr., Toller Provident Nat'l Bank. Export Aooountant MILITARY W'oa.ffelo! WUHUiHla wuiu, wu'it si'uuna, no. THE mm WEEKLY NEWS! AN 8-PAGE, 48-COLUMN PAPER. Contains All the Latest Political, Will be Sent to any Address mu m Address, NEWS PUBLISHING G0MPMY, VCTA.CO, The Mum & Rotan Investment Co. -Ol 1-2 -uu.stl:n. St. OiUPITTAX, A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMUL-LEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK WACO, - - TEXAS. PAID IN CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS . $106,000 J. S. M0I1XNDON. PToaldent. W. D. LACY, 0. II. HIQQ1KSON, Aoconnta or bnukt, bankers, inarohanti, rurinori. msohanlu and other claaeoi solicited. W pay as muoh nUent.on tos-nal aooounta as large onoR. We glvopernonal and tpeolol attention to our oolloctlonditittrtmont, ami ruraU"i fifty of ptymont. iSzohiMtga bought and gold 01 all tha principal p jlnta or tho United States and Karope. MOORE ROTHERS. Manfacturers 1 Whclesale Grocers. Alexandro'B Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bpioea. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coflee. Moore Bros' White Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslne9W re now preparod to till ordors promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our eilorts to maku Waco a Great Manufaoturlnjr Centre. TOtfE REAL ESTATE AND WACO, : i TEXAS. Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g LiveryiTransfer STilBLES. O. W, DWJD PROPRIETOR. The old Orand ItulldUio,Xorthof I'Uitrt, WACO, XHXAS. The finest vehicles and horses in tb oity. Call carriages for ladies a spe cialty and when desired, ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met. Prompt attention to fcall orders and boarded on reasonable terms. W,D MAYHEM), President. J. D. 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