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WACO DAILY NEWS. MARCH 21 1S92.
Soap Which would you rath er have, if you could have your choice, transparent skin or perfect features ? All the world would choose one way; and you can have it measurably. If you use Pears' Soap and live wholesomely otherwise, you will have the best complexion Na ture has for you. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Comity Officers. fob courrr judor . The News 1b authorized to announce that W II Jenkins Is h candidate for re olectlom to the office ot county Judgo of McLennan county, ubject to tho action of the Democratic party. ron couivrr attouxbt. Wc arc authorized to announce Capt. T. A, Blali na a 'landldate Tor coubty attorney or Mc Lennan county, subject to the action or tho Democratic party. Mr S. A Ilogan authorizes ns to annonnco that he Is a candidate for county attorney or McLennan county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. The News Is authorized to announce that Judgo D. II. Hardy Is ft candidate for county attorney or Mc Lor nan county, subject to tho nction or the Democratic, party. rOll TAX COLLKCTOn. Tue News Is authorized to announce T. 3. Iiimm as a candidate for tsx col'tctor for McLennan county, subject to the action of the democratic party. Wo are authorized to announco Mr. J. C Jarney as candidate for the otticc or county 1 ax Collector, subject to the action of tho Dem ocrats of McLennan county, TiikNewb Is authorized to announce Mr. E. D. Russell as acand'dato for tax collector or AlcLennnn county, subject to the actios of the Democratic party, Wo arq 'authorized to nnnounre tbat Luke Lennan county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. COUNTY ASSESSOR. TjieNkwsIs authorised to announce F. P. Madden as a candidate for county asseor, sub ject to the action or the Democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce Joe F. Ellison as a candldato for sheriff at the eniulnR elec tion, Bubjcct to the action of the Democratic party. W. L. Bnrke ts a candidate ror sheriff of Mc Lennan county, subject to the action of the Democratlaparty.. Dan Ford U a candldato for re-election to tho ofllco of sheriff of McLennan count) subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are autbclzed to announce J. P.Naylor of Moody as n candidate forBher ff, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party of McLennan county. ron DtsimtcT cleiik. We are authorized to announce that Mr. Z. V. Dcatloy Is a candidate for re-eloctlon to the Aire of district clerk of McLennan county, subject to tho action oftbo Democratic party, The Nkws 1b authorized to announce Ed Bparks as a candldato for district clerk, subject to the action of the Demooratlo party. Tjte News Is authorized to announce Dr. V, W. Burger as a candidate for tho office of dis trict clerk. BUbject to the action of the Demo cratic party. TOUCOUKTr CLEUK. TiieNews Is authorized to announce that Tom II. Brown la a candldato ror county clerk of McLennan county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. Wo am authorized to announce Jno F. Mar shall as a dandldate for th olllce of county clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The News la authorized to announce J. W. frost as acanddite ror county cleric at the onsulng election, subject to the nct'onoftbo Democratic party. 1 1 1 TOB CONflTAnLH. The News Is authorized to announco Dee Cook as a camlldnto for re-election to the office f conftaWo of 1 roclnct No. 1 McLennan coun ty, subject to the action of the Ucmocratlo party. Mr. James n. Loekwood authorizes us to announce him as a candidate for constable or precinct No. 1 McLennan county, subject to the action ortho Democracy. municipal, rou MATOU. Election 1st Tuesday in April. We are au thorized to announce Major A Illnchman as candldato for the ofllco ot Mayor ot Waco at the coml g city election, TitE Nkws Is aulhorlzed to announce Hon. It. J Goode as a candidate ror nmyor of the city of Waco at tho eusulng election la April. Tiir News Is authorized to announce John O. West as a candfdate for mayor at the ensuing city election, on April Gth, Tub News is authorized to announce that mayor 0, O. McCulloch is a candidate for re election to the ottlo or mayor of Waco at the ensuing election In April. The News is authsr'zed t announce Major John I". Ilcrheri as a candidate ror mayor at mo vuauiu); cuj uieouua. ron ALDEnKAN. The New Is authorized to announce tho name of Mr. A. M. Orlbbleror re-olectlon for the ofllco or alderman ror the Third ward. The News l nuthorlzjd to announce that Mt Lee Slaughter Is a candldato ror alderman of the Third Ward, election In April. ALDsnxAX roennt wakd. Wo a-o author zed to announco that Dr. J. 0. ,T King is a candidate loraHormanor the Fourth Vrd at the ousuiuc election $$& &k&Ul3 &fcfcS& THE PEOPLE AND THE LAW. Tho St. Louis Republio is malting it warm for tho mobs that have in several instances of lato token tho law of Missouri in their teoth and mado two orimos whoro one was onough. It larrups the oitiz9ns who thus pormit themselves to bcoomo anarohists becauao somo beast in human form has broken tho law. The Bepublio reoognizes the fact that the exeoution of the law lies with tho pcoplo and a disrespect for tho law on tho part of tho people is fatal to sooiety. Thero is no influence that ha3 moro power to create a healthy sentiment than that wielded by tho press, and tho Republio, in its present war on mob law, or anarohy as it terms it, will do more good than all the official power of all tho gover nors in Christendom. Texas has boon disgraoed by soveral mobs of lato and our governor, thinking that with tho state troasury at hia back and his commission as ruler over all ToxaB in hand, attempted to exo oute the law himBolf. Ho has made a Bignal failure in every caso and his demagogic offoits has perhaps oaused an increased contempt for the law as an engine for the pun ishment of crimo. If the theory of the administration is correct and the oxecntion of the laws is with tho gov ernor, his failuro in soveral notablo instancies oan have no other effect than to destroy all faith in legal meth ods and croato a spirit of tho rankest anarohy. No, the people themsebes must execute tho laws, and any action on the part of tho governor that as sumes to take from them this respon sibility is fraught with hurtful re sults. A healthy law abiding sonti- ment must be inculcated where it docs not exist and the pcoplo must bear in mind constantly that tho pre servation of society undor the law rests with themselves. Mayor Fulton evidently recognizes George Clark as tho man ho will have to boat for tho nomination for gover nor if ho gets thore at all. His latest reminder consisting of four columns in thn Dallas and Galveston Nowb is directed againat Clark. The mayor don't like it booouse tho papers ignore his candidaoy. Tho News really does not seo how Galveston could get along without Fulton for mayor and one oxohanges from tbat oity seem to be of the same opinion. Govomor Hogg Bays he will advise tho people against tho eleotive com mission, but if nothing else will do them, no objection will bo interposed by him. Can't trust you Governor. Our representatives wanted an eleo tivo commission and you said it must bo an appointive commission or none at all. You are altogether too much of a govornor, you must get off of Texas, Wo hopo tho members of tho leg islature will each demand hia prorata share of tho governor's mossago, 10,000 oopies of whioh was ordored printed for free distribution. Wo also offer Representative Gerald and Senator Harrison free accesB to our subscrip tion list for names, that those receiv ing tho messago may havo a tonio in tho shapo of The News to tako weekly. A Boics-Russoll ticket would per haps bring a majority of men into tho Deraooratio fold. The Massachusetts kid has never known defeat and Iowa has the, "beatenest" Boies on eaith. Judgo Clark's Appolntomats. Tho following appointments have been mado by Judgo Clark when ho will epoak on politioal issuos : Sulphu- Springs, Wodnosday, March 2Hrd. Greenville, Thursday, Maroh 2-ttli. McKiuney, Saturday, March 20th. Jowott, Wodnosday, Maroh 30. Palestine, Thursday, Maroh 31. Rusk, Saturday, April 2. Hondorson, Monday, April 4. Atlanta, Wednesday, April G. Texarkana, Thursday, April 7. Torroll, Friday, April 8. Dallas, Saturday, April 9. Hillsboro, Wodnosday, April 13. Waxahaobio, Thursday, April 14. CorBicana, Saturday, April 1G. Other appointments will bo nn announced from timo to timo. Gov. Hogg is invited to be prosont at any appointment and participate on equal terms. To Govomor Hogg : Turn the treasury looso, and pay your own cam paign exponsos. If our neighbor a fow miles weBt docst let up with its Hoggishness we'll turn a fow skunks loose in Tyler. For governor: R. L. Fulton. Plat form: If you wont let Hogg have it give it to mo. Dadblame that Waoo Warwick. It would bo well to bear in mind that tho $130,000 Waoo bonds aro still unsold, and some honest debts aro unpaid also. Commissioner Foster slaughtering oattle shipping ratos to catch votes for Hogg, is taking tho commission out oi politics with a vengenanoo. A. W. Terrell was once ono of tho most popular mon in Texas with tho people. IIo will stump tho state thiB year for Hogg, now tho mighty havo fallen. Senator Hill warbled a protection lullaby to the Birminghamians, but no silvery notes, even in a minor koy, wore heard to escapo him in his southern meandcrings. The legislature has tapped tho pub lio till to pay for Hogg's oampaign lituraturo. Ten thousand oopies, double any previous issue duting tho regular session oven. Tho calamity howler is tho follow who thinks tho country will go to tho domnition bow-wows, unless govern ment throttles overy institution'that be oannot control himsolf. Ho wants tho govornment to say to the oitizens, "Whore two or more aro gathered together for business purposes, there will I bo in their midst." When Governor Hogg gets out on tho stump howling keep the railroadB out of politios tho people should re member Commissioner Foster's visit to Fort Worth while tho cattlemen's convention was in session and tho wholesale reduction in shipping rates on oattle without former notioo, and for the express purpose of winning tho cattlemen of Texas over to Hogg. Transfers of Real Estate. Roported by tho Waoo Abstraot and Investment Company, Room 17 Prov ident Building, Waco, Texas. T H Nott to Buok Hiokerson, part W Doase Burvey, $1050. S L Jones et al to D R Gurloy, 4 acres Galindo grant, $30(J. P Downing to B E Fitzhugh and Ohas Motz, lot 23 Farroll add, $050. E J Ashburn to A O Woodworth, lot south east corner Sixteenth and Wobater streets, $1500. f M riu'.lpnB to Pane, Chatham & Co, 1 aore Galindo 3 leagues, $275. Provident Investment Co to E E Thompson, lots 8 and 9, blook IS, Provident addition, $407. J M Dockory to D D Fairnhild, 2d story at Third and Franklin, $180. H W Smith and wife to A M Ea ton, lot Third and Cloveland streets, $2500. Total Maroh 19, 1892, $6802. Total for week, $5G,304. Subscribers who do not receive their paper will confer a favor by re porting so at office, as that is the onty way wo can know whether the carriers do their duty or not. Carriers not allowed to sell papers under any circumstances, ) . . - - --" w. To have an Opportunity to Show our New Spring Novelties in the way of Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, Clothing, Hats and Furnishing. We Offer 1 0 EXTRA Real Unprecedented Bargains. BARGAIN 1st. 1,000 yards Sorim for ourtain use at 3 1-2 cents per yard. BARGAIN 2nd. 144 dozen Cotton Huck Towols 3 oents each; 5 cents a pair. at BARGAIN 3rd. A lot of 3-yards wido laoo curtains for 75 conts a pair. BARGAIN 4th. Ladies' and Misses vests for 5 oonts eaoh. BARGAIN 5tli; Ladies' Colorod border, hom-stiichod handkerohiefs for 2 1-2 oents eaoh. When you look at these Bargains we will" take pleasure in showing you the late arrivals in Silks, Grenadines, Challies and our new line of Popular Millenery which we have just opened. All those purchasing goods from us this week will receive a tablet or a slate souvenir. LEWINE BROS. 521 & 523 Austin Street, MOORE ers 1 Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bpioes. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Co lib 0. Moore Bros' White Wine and Applo Vinegar. Moore Bros' Pure Gldor. Moore Bros' Flint Condy. Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslnesw re now prepared to 1111 orders promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to mak Waoo a Groat Manufacturing Centre. TOJVES REAL ESTATE Al RENTAL AfflTS, WACO, . : i TEXAS. Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g LiveryiTransfer 0. W. DWTD PROPRIETOR. 27e oW Oranrt JttilUUng, Forth of Plaza, TA.QO, TEXAS. Thefinost 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. Prompt attention to gall orders and boarded on reasonable terms.) W.D MA.YFIKLD, President. )7J. D. BELL, Vice Preildent.JOlIN D. MAYFIELD, OuUu The Gity Savipgs Bapk CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $1QO,O00. No offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable trom date. ROTHER this Week DRIV BARGAIN 6th. Qont's fino hem-stitohod colored bordor handkerohiofs, 20o goods for 10c. BARGAIN 7th. Gent's Striped Full Rogular sox, regular 25o goods, for 15 oents. BARGAIN 8th. Gont's $3.50 brown Derby hats for $2.00. BARGAIN 9th. 10 picoos black, all wool Honriettas, 40 inohs wide, 7oc goods, for 49 cents per yard. ' BARGAIN 10th. Ladies' Muslin Chemise at 19 cents eaoh, One Door from Cor. Sixth. ROTHERS. Wholesale Grocers. satisfaction guaranteed. Horses glfl