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WACO DAILY NEWS, MARCH 30 1892.
Pears Soap "Beauty is but skin deep" was probably meant to disparage beau ty. Instead it tells how easy that beauty is to attain. "There is no beauty like the beauty of health " was also meant to dispar age. Instead it encour ages beauty. Pears' Soap is the means of health to the skin, and so to both these sorts of beauty. All sorts of stores sell it, especially druggists; all sorts of people use it. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Comity Officer. volt coarrv junas. The News la authorized to announce that W II Jenkins Is h cindldato for re election to iheofllce ot county jadco of McLennan cou ty, ubject to the uctlou of tbd Democratic party . fob connTr attobnet. Weareauth Tized to announce Capt. T. A. Blair as a -Inndldate for couuty attorney of Mc Lennan county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Mr 8. A Ilogan authorizes us to announce that bo la a candidate for county attorney of McLennan county, anbject to tho action of the De re ocratlo party. Tub News la authorized to announce that Judge D. II. Hardy in candidato for county attorney of MoLenuan county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. For tax C6M.KCTOR. The News l authorized to announce T. 1. Prlnim aa a candidate for tax collector for McLennan county, euldect to the action of tho Democratic party. W aTO authorized to announce Mr. J. C Jurney aa candidate for the office of (.ounty Tax (Jollettor. subject to tho action of the Dern ocrata of McLennan county. The News Is authorized to announce Mr. E. D. KubccII as acund'd&'c for lax collector of Mclennan county, subject to tho action of the Democratlo party. We aro authorized to announce that Luke Moore la acaijdldte Tor lax collector or 3o Lennan county, ubjct to the action of the Democratic party. cou.sir ah6i;hkou. TheNewsIs authorised to nnnounoe F. r. Madden aa a candidate for county assenor, sub ject to tho action of the Democratlo' party. The News 1b authorized to announce that P. n.I'oagelsacandldate for ro-olestlon to tho ofllce of tonnty tux assessor, subject tothc so lion of the Democratic party. 1'or Sheriff. Weare authorized to announce Joe P. Ellison aa a candidate for sheriff at tho euiulng elec tion, subject to the action of tho Demooratlo party. w T 'Rnrkn in a candidate for sheriff of Mc Lennan county, subject to the action of the Democratlopafty.. Dan Ford 1 a candidate for re-oloetlon to tho office of sheriff of McLennan count; , subject to the action of tho Democratic party. We are nutho'lzcd to announco J. P. Naylor of Moody as n candidate for slier ff. subject to tho action of the Democrntlo party of McLennan county. rem DisuuioT clerk. We arc snthorlzed toan-ounne tint Mr. 7,. T. Beasley 1 a cannldate for re-election to the ofllce of district clcrt of McLennan county, enblect to tho action oftbo Democratlo party. The News 1b authorized to announco Ed Sparks as a candidate for district clerk, subject to the action of tbe Domoorado party. The Newb Is authorized to announce Dr. T. TV. Burger as a candidate for the offlco or dli trlct e'erk. subject to the action of tho Demo tiatiu party. FOiicoutrrr clem. Tiik News la authorized to announce tln.t T. H.Krilng8worthl a candidate Tor oounty c'erk nf McLennan county suhjoct to the ac lion of tho Democratic party. The News Is authorised to announco that Tomll. liiowti Is a candidate forcounty cleric of McLennan county, eubject to the action of the Dtmoc ratio party. Wo am authorized to announce Jno F. Mar shall as a Uandidate fortha ollleo of county clerk, subject to the action of tho Demociatlc yarty. The News Is authorized to ann'nnco .T w. Frost mh ncandd"te forcounty cleric at the ei suing tloctlnr., subject to iho ncttou oftbo Democratlo party The News 1b authorlzol to announce George T. Keoblo as a candidate for county clerk ol Motennan county, mbjeel to the action of the Democratic 1 atty. TOR COXOTABLK. The News In authorlrcd to Announco lce Cook os a candidate for re-election to the ottlce of corf tabic of LTp.cloct No. 1 Moljennan coun ty, subject to the action of tho Democratic patty. Mr. Jame II. Lockwood Mituorlr.oi ns to announce Mm ai a candidate lor conatablu of pretlnct No. 1 Mcl.aunau county, subject to the action ofluti Democracy. von oooitr euiiYETou. We are anlborlrod tonnnounce Mr. Andrew Goddard h candidate for re election to the cfMcoc fcotmtv sur-ovor. suhlcttn tlm iMInn OSIUQ JUl'lUUVrHW 'iiHTir Tlnnlclprtl. roil KA.T011. Election tat TncHdajr'n April. Weftre au thorized to announce. Major A Hlnchman a eandlildto for tlio offlco of Mayor of aeo at the coming city election. T11 kNkws Is authorised to annonnoc lion. II J. Goodo aa a onilldate for mayor of the city of Waco at the oLenlug olectlon la April. TtiK Nsws la authorised to announce John C. West a a cand'dnto for mayor at tho ensuing city election, on April Sth. Tub Ntrs l authorized to announce that ItltyorC. O. McOullochlK a candidate for re election to tlio otlloe of mayor of Waco at tho ensuing election In April. Tiik News Is nulher'zed to announce Major John F. Iferhor nan cndldnto Tor mnyor at the ciianliiR city olocllon. FOB Jtt.DF.HlIAX. Tin Newa Is authoriffd to announ'o that Georgo l lie la acantldtc for re-nloitlon to thoonlceof Aldoruianof the First Waid. Tiik Nicwa la nuthotlzod to nnnounfo that W A. Po'Kols a candidate for alderman for tho First ward. The News Is authorized to announoe the nam of Mr. A. M. Gtlbble for re-election for tho offlco of aldermna for the Third ward. Tiik News l authorized to announce that Mi Leo Slaughter la n candidate for alderman of the Third Ward, elcotlon In April. We a'o eulhor'zed to announce that Dr. J. fl. J King Is a. canlldato loraMcrrunn of the Fourth Wtirdat the ensuiui; election. The News la nuthorlzed to announce W. D. Lncj aa a candidate for ro-electlon as nldor mnn from the Second ward. Mux silu iSfctaau As another evidence that tho ad ministration is adopting tho Tammany Hill methods, please observo the pro ceedings of the Parker county con vention whioh met a week or inoro ago porsuaut to call of tho chairman. The oall did not contain an allusion to tho present governor but tho Chair man of the oounty executivo commit tee, who is a Hogg man, after calling the convention to ordor proceeded to appoint a oommittee on permanent or ganization whioh oommittoe of courso reported the man who appointed them This was all done after the ohair ruled out of order a motion to go into tem porary organization. The chair then appointed ajjommitteo on resolutions which being composed of a large ma jority of Hogg men reported a resolu tion endorsing Hogg's administration. This is the kind of tactics tho friends of Judge Clark will havo to contend Against whore the oounty executive committee is composed of Hogg men. Thoy will quietly seoure if they can, a majority of dolegates for Hogg at every convention and thon defy parliamentary usage to oarry tbeir point. The Parker county convention had nothing to do wjth the governorship. A convention to elect dologatcs to the state convention to nominate a governor is yet to be held The action of that convention was se cured for the purpose of influencing other counties and in this respect was a oounter part of tho snap convention in New York, engineered by Tam many and Hill. Ex Senator Chilton is to address the faculty and students of the Agri cultural and Mechanical college. It is hoped he will elaborate the great economic question involved in his de mand that the timber region of Texas shall have one of the senators. Many intricate questions are encountered in tho study of political economy, but for intricate intricacy, this is the most intricable By all means Mr. Chilton, give your audience the benefit of your theory of the great problem. Explain to them the whyness of the which and save tho country. Sul Iloss fought for Texas many years and then guided the ship of stato two terms. His voice warning the people of the danger of continuing tho present'governor at thoghelin is apropos. For governor: George Clark Plat form: Texas and Democracy, now and forover. Go to Jim Hogg'. This warm sunshine makes tho ne gro smile. Ho thinks that "Watermelon time am mos' hoah." Polk oounty, Goorgia, hold a "snap"' convention tho othoi day and Btruotcd for Hill. m. Horaoo Chilton thinks the election of Mills is a "out" at the East Toms timber. JUDGE CLARK'S APPOINTMENNS. Thoso at Jowott and Palostlno to bo Flllod by Judge Nunn of Crockett. Owing to oxlrcmo faticuo and ao oruod businesa at home Judgo Olark will not speak at Jowett or Palestino this week. His appointments at Jcwott Wednesday and PaloBtino Thursday will bo filled by Hon, D. A. Nunn of Crockett. Judgo Clark will Bpeak at Husk Saturday as per annouooment. Palestine, Thursday, Maroh 31. Rusk, Saturday, April 2. Hondorson, Monday, April 4. Atlanta, Wednesday, April (5. Texarkuna, Thursday, April 7. Terrell, Friday, April S. Dallas, Saturday, April 9. Hillsboro, Wednesday, April 13. Waxahaohie, Thursday, April 14. Corsicana, Saturday, April 10. Other appointments will be un announced from timo to timo. Gov. Hogg is invited to be proBent at any appointment and participate on equal terras. A ?EW CUPPINGS. The Gazette having failed to dofcat Mr. Mills and failed to get up a boom in Texas for Hill, is now trying to beguile Senator Coko into the Texas gubernatorial fight. It clips and re marks as follows: "That there are rooks "and stumps and holes and other impediments in tho path of Mr. Riohard Goko is a con spicuous faot, is an exuberant claim of the San Antonio Express, an exu berant supporter of Candidate OlaTk." Tho Express is not an exuborant supporter of Judge Clark, but if it was, its opposition to Senator Coke would not aid the Gazette in its at tempt to tie that gentleman to the administration, making Hogg's causo Coke's cause. The Greenvillo Headlight having in mind perhaps the visit of Shaw as an omissary of tho govornor upon tho oooassion of Judgo Clark's spoech at Greenville, portly remarks: "Farmer Shaw has no claims upon the people of Hunt county. Thoy care nothing for a man snarling and snapping today at Hogg, tomorrow at Clark.''' Tho Itasca Mail wants to put Mills on tlio ticket with Cleveland, to make room for Horaco in the senate and perhaps to koop him off of Hogg this summer. It says: "With Mills as vice-president no one ooald stand between Horaco Chilton and tho senatorship." Tho Claude (Armstrong oounty News says: "The Panhandle ha3 too much of Hogg." Clark is tho man for you. Tho Itasca Mail is one Hogg paper that isn't for Hill. It is much easier to count its sort than tho other sort. Who says Waco is not "in it ?" The News is still mooving onward and upward Tho senate is mikiog it hot for Hogg on tho confirmation question. "Turn Her Loose." Mr. George Laneri, proprietor of the Cosmopolitan saloon, corner bouth Third street and the public square, begs to inform his patrons and the public generally, that he has started up a free lunch from 10 to 12 a. m. and from 8 to 12 p. m. on Saturdays. Givo him a call and George will treat you right, a a 1 Fishing taokle of overy dosoription with full stook of huntora supplie H. E. A IBOLDB. ORTJJtJI!5ABOX.J' I PIEiiFS J a: (Tasteless Effectual.) ron am, ? BILIOUS and NERVOUS ; DISORDERS. 5 i Such as Sick Headache, Wind and Pain In the t Stomach, Giddiness, Fullness, Swelling alter J S Meals, Dizziness, Drowsiness, Chills, Flush. J lag j of Heat, Loss ol Appetite, Shortness ol J Breath. Costiveness, Scurvy, Blotches on the J Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, All S J Nervous and Trembling Sensations, and lr- J J regularities Incidental to Ladles. 5 uov Covered with a Tasteless and Soluble Coating, j Ol all druggists! Price SS cents a llox. New York Depot, 165 Canal St. 3 GREAT DISTRIBUTION OIF1 BARGAINS! Encouraged by the run we had. last week during the little fair weather we had for the genuine intrinsic BAR.GAINS we gave, we are enabled to exceed our last effort. We Offer This Week, and This Week Only; FIRST DRIVE. 50 Pairs White Lace Curtains, 3 yards long taped and finished with pole and trimmings to each pair, for 1.50 SECOND DRIVE 75 Pairs White Lace Curtains 3 yards long, taped and finished with pole and trimmings to each pair, for S2.00 THIRD DRIVE. 50 Pieces of Solid Grev and'k Brown Suiting with stripes to match a bargain at 10c this week at 5c Yard FOURTH DRIVE. 40 Embroidered Chambray Robes in brown and blue, for 95c each. FIFTH DRIVE. A beautiful assortment of Fancy Ribbons, in all new shades, 5c pecia! Sales ON MEN'S, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. Men's $2.50 Shoes for $1.40. Ladies' S1.75 Shoes for 1.25. Misses' and Children's Shoes, $1.50 value, going for S5C. It will pay you to look into these bargains and our various offers on Shoes. LEWINE 521 & 523 Austin Street, MOORE Manfactm ers I Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Spices. (Vloxtrndro's Java and Rio Blend Cotfee. Moore Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros' Pure Cider. Moore Bros' Flint Candy. Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's busluosw re now prepared to All orders promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to mak Waoo a Great Manufaoturlng' Centre. TONES REAL ESTATE WACO, ': Have removed from Pacifib LiveryiTransfer to JL i7X.il?i I iro. 0. W. DWJD PROPRIETOR. Tim oltl Oritml Jltilldtnu, Xorth of I'Jata, WACO, TiSXAH. EHThefinost vohiclos and horses in th oity. Call oarriages for ladies a spe cialty and when desired, ladies can ml AND have a driver in livery. All trains met. Prompt attention to all orders and boarded on reasonable terms.! V,D MAtJlBL,D, Preilient.jrJ. B. BELL, Vice Presldont.IZJOlINiD. MA.YFIELD, Cashier The Gity Savipgs Bapk CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000- No v offers' 6 per cent.j interest on deposit. Interest payable from date. SIXTH DRIVE. A New Lot of Ladies' Waists, sizes 32 to 40 in., neat figures, for 75c each . SEVENTH DRIVE. A Lot of Handsome Colored Hose, drop-stitch, black feet, cheap at 25c, for this week, 15c EIGHTH DRIVE. A Big Lot of Knee Pants, at 25, 35, 5o, 75, $1.00, $1,50. NINTH DRIVE. 50 Doz. Genuine British Sox, good value for 25 c, this week 3 pairs for 50c TENTH DRIVE. Fine Striped and Checked Boy's Madras Short Waists, cheap at 75c, this week at 50c this Week Only ! One Door from Cor. Sixth. ROTHERS. Wholesale Grocers. : TEXAS. Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g satisfaction guaranteed. Horses Tiff Rv RENTAL AGENTS .&$&. 1 )MlivF ft