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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY APRIL 7 1892.
run ooafrt juouk.
The New U authorlr.e I to announce ihnt W
II Jenkins U otnlUliiUi fur ro eloctlon to
theofllco at county Juileo or Mor.rtman con ty,
nbjoct to tliu iictlon or th Democratic party .
. m .
ron couivrv .vrrotiNHr.
Wc arc nnth -rlzcxt to annouurc Capl. T. A.
Blnli n n Innillclato for county attorney or Mo
Ionian county, Biilijoot to tUe action or tlio
Mr N A IloBaul!iorlc n to announco
that lie is a ctiidlilHle for comity attornuy ot
McLennan con. ty, nubjcct lo the action ot the
Tint News la authorized to announce that
JndKo D II. Harily 1b a candidate or county
attorney or MoLomwu county, subject to the
action or the Deinocratto yarty.
Tun N'kws l nuthorlreil to announce T.
J lTimm as a camlldato Tor tax col ector lor
Mct.eniinn county, eubjoct to the action or the
Democra lc party.
Wo aro anthorlieil to announce Mr. J. C
.lurney as candidato for the office of. ounty
Ta OolleitoT, subject to tlio action of tho Denw
ocratB of McLennan county. -
ThbNbwsIs authorised to announce Mr. K.
I). ItUBSell as acnd'dto for lax collector or
McLennan county, subject tn tho action or tho
We aro autlinnrcd to announce that Luke
Worn-U a cai illil.te for tax collector or M
l.nnn coun'y, snlijHCt to tho action ot tho
TiieNewsIs authorised t'i announce K. P.
Madden as a candidato Tor county assenr, sub
ject to tho action of th Democratic party.
The Wrws Is suthnrlictl to announco '.that
Pink II 1'oKiie Is actt dldnte f' rc-olo:tlon to
the olllce or county lixasseasur, subject to. the
Bcllon or tho Democratic party.
Wo are authorized to announco Joe l Ellison
as a candidate ror sheriff at the ensuing elec
tion, subject to tha aotion of the Democratic
W. L. Burke ta n candidato for sheriff of Mc
Lennan county, subject to tho action of tho
Dan Ford Is ncandldato for rc-eloctlon to tho
office r sheriff if McLcunau count) , subjoct to
the action ot tho Democratic party.
We are nuibo-lied to announce J. l'.Naylor of
Moody as a candidate for sher IT. subject to tho
action olthu Democratic party of McLennan
Wo are authorised to announce that Mr. Z.
T liea'ley lnonldatc for re-elotHion to the
ofllco of district clcrt of McLennan county,
snblecttot o action oftho Democratic party,
Tun News is authorized to announco Ed
Sparks as .1 candidate for district clerk, subject
to tho action or the Democrado patty.
Tiik News H anthorlr.eil to announce Dr. F.
W. Hurler as a candidate for the office of dis
trict c erk. subject to the action or the Demo
FOR COUNTY CLtMlli.
The Vbws Is an'horlzed to announce that
T. II Kl lirReworthls ft caudldiito Tor county
clerk if McLennan county, subject to the ac
tionoftho Hemjcratlc party.
The News Is authorlred to announce that
Tom II. Brown la a candidato for county clerk
ofMcLennau county, subject to the action or
tho Dmoccatlc party .
Wo aro authorized to announce Jno F. Mar
shall bb a dandldito for tin cllli'o or county
clerk, subject to tho uctbin of tho Demociatlc
F TheNkws Is autbori7ed toannmincoJ W.
Frost s. ncand'd te f r county clerk at the
pruning ilei tp n, subject to the uct'oaoftbe
Tim ews is authorize 1 to announce Gcorfro
V Keeb e as a candidate Tor county clerk of
McLennan county, tobject to tho action of the
Democrats i arty.
We are authorized to announce that Robert
8, Hots Is a candid'to for ro-electlou to the
offlceof triaiurfrorMoLennn county, sulject
to tho action of tho Democratic patty.
The News is authorized to announce Iee
Cook asacandlda'ofor re-election to tho office
ofconptablo of 1 reclnot No. 1 McLennan coun
ty, BUbJect to tho action of tho Democratic party.
Mr JBtne" II Lockwood authorl7o us to
announcp him at ft candidate tor constable or
precinct No. 1 McLennan county, subject to the
action of the Democracy.
Foit oouNrr tuitvnvon.
Wo are authorised to announce Mr. Andrew
Goddardaa candidato for rn.eloctlon to tho
oi'leo rf county sureyor, subject to the action
of tho Democratic Party.
SUswxy SStsMur Sfctaasu
Ex Governor Ilosa ws unanimously
elected mejor general, commanding
united Confederate veterans at Dallas
yestorday. The Littlo C&valryman is
loved by overy old soldior in tho land.
Dr. J. D. ltankin will run for con
gress to fill Mills unoxpired term on
tho St. Louis labor platform. Thore
are no reasons why Dr. ltankin
should not ho a cannidato, but tbero
aro many reasons why he should not
A few years ago an admirer of
Henry Georgo died in Pensylvania,
leaving ono-third of his proporty con
sisting of a email estato to tho cham
pion single tax man. JMr. Georgo
deeded tho property to the widow but
othor heirs brought suit for their
claims and Mr. Georgo had to defend
the property. Ho gained it all but is
now suinj; his lawyer for possession
and in the meantime is supporting
tho widow who has been litigatod into
WHITHER ARE WE DRIFTING.
In tho Dallas News of yesterday
tho following nppetrcd in a report
from Galveston of tho preparation of
tho railroads, to fight tho commission
rates on cattle:
''Railroad men frankly assort that
tho prcsont ruinously low freight tolls
ou cattlo aro tho direct scquenoo of
Railroad Commissioner Foster's prcs
onoo at tho Fort Worth Cattlemen's
convention on March S. Thoy assert
that tho assomblago of stockmen,
whioh was the most important both
in point of numbers and intolligonco
that has been gathered together in
tho past ten years, had determined to
pass a series of resolutions indorsing
the candidaoy of Hon. Georgo Clark
for governor. The committee haviog
the formulation of tho resolutions in
oharge, it is said, were conferred with
by the Hon. L. L. Foster, and were
promised if the formal indorsement of
Judge Clark was withheld, a rate
should bo given tho cattlemen at
which they could not kick. Hence
tho horizontal cut in this department
of trallio whioh is making the roads
If this is true, and The New doos
not doubt it, every Texan who roads it
should'hang his head in shame and
keep it there until he has an oppor
tunity to drive from office by his vote
the crowd of demagogues who have
proventod a sacred trust confided t0
their keeping and mado of it a ma
chine to grind to powder evory at
tempt at opposition. If the people
oan stand tho present administration
after they are made aware of these
infamous methods, they should not
comp'ain if to Hogg "a orown is
The cry of "Hocg and commission''
is intended to divert the people's
minds trom the real issue whioh is
Hogg's miladministrati on and the
perversion of Democratic principles of
whioh he is guilty. Besides, thore is
tho International receivership scandal
that no sort of yelling about tho com
mission can cover up. It is the duty
of Texans to snatch their state from
the control of "the men who have
brought reproach upon her and they
will do their duty.
It is reported from Austin that Gov.
Hogg will issue a call for an election
in a few days to be held about the
middle of June for the purpose of
electing a successor to Mills in the
old Ninth district. It is also reported
that Senator Searcy, chairman of the
Ninth, will call a convention of Dem
ocarts at Cameron to nominate a
Democratic candidate. The conven
tion will, perhaps, be called for a date
about fifteen or twenty days after the
governor's call is issued.
Every voter in Texas should road
tho speoches of Judge Gerald and
Sonator Garwood on the Internation
al recoivership investigation. If any
ono can read those two speeches and
still be content to support Hogg for
governor and allow that Tylor gang to
proy upon tho privato property of this
state he at onoo becomes, in our
mind, a mystery.
The people havo concluded to run
politics awhile, as witness the de
termined course of tho Democratic
masses in bringing Mr. Cleveland to
tho front for president in spite of the
The roturns will bo canvassed to
night by tho council and at the next
regular meeting tho new aldormen
will be installed. They aro all good
Clark ie still moving on the
enemy line, and they havo called
Teo people of Waoo expect much
of tho new oouncil.
Tho Artesian Steam Laundry
started on Monday morning with a big
lot of work and is kept running
steadily. Waoo knows a good thing
when sho seos it.
JUDQK CLARK'S APPOINTMENNS.
Torroll, Friday, April 8.
Dallas, Saturday, April 9.
I-Iillsboro, Wednesday, April 13.
Waxahachio, Thursday, April H.
Gorsicana, Saturday, April 10.
Other appointments will bo nn
announoed from time- to tinio. Gov.
Hogg is invited to be present at any
appointment and participate on equal
Tho Austin Evoning News thus
acknowledges tho towering greatness
of Sonator Mills and compares it with
tho littloness of Hill
"Tho colat with which Col. Mills
v?as inaugurated Senator oould not
but bo gratifying to every Texan, as
well as advocate- of tariff reform.
Thero was but ono senator who refus
ed to bo present and honor the dis
tinguished Texan. Thero was a
small white faced man, with bald head
and littlo eyes. It was Hill who dur
ing tho ceremony peopod through a
glass door at the proceedings. This
is the man who aspires to bo presi
dent of tho Unitod States. The peo
ple of Texas along with Mr. Mills
oan hoartily despiso his littlenoss."
Governor Hogg has been unfortu
nate in his careeer as attorney general
and governor, and it seems as though
the greatest obsticles in his way are
the constitutional the supieme court.
These are, perhaps, the only impedi
ments to his assuming the position of
Grand Czar of Texas.
Tho Houston Herald reports tho
following lotter which explains itself
Austin, Tex., July lo, 1S91.
H. M.Knlaht, Carthage, Texa
Dear Sir: Complaint has been
mado to this office that you aro hold
ing two offices at the same timo; that
of district clerk and justice of tho
peace; if this bo true you aro violat
ing tho constitution, but I suppose un
intontially. I trust therefore that
you will arrange your affairs so as to
comply with the constitution in the
J. S. Hoaa, Governor.
The Herald continues:
"If Mr. Hogg had referred himself
to the constitution ot 1S76. Art. 10,
Seo. 10, he would havo found the fol
lowing: 'No person shall hold or
oxercise, at the same timo, more than
one civil office of emolument except
thatot justico of the peace, county
commissioner, notary public and post
master unless otherwise speoially pro
'A man exeroising the function of
the highest office within the gifts of
his people should certainly familiar
ize himself with tho constitution of
his state. Probably Governor Hogg
was too busy with Wobb Finley and
his Tylcrites to pay much attontion to
Tho Clobnrno Chronicle is tho late
est convert to tho Cleveland cause. It
"Tho Chroniolo tossos up tho
spongo. It has favored Sonator Gor
man for president, becauso it beliovod
ho is tho greatest statesman in the
United Statos, and that ho oould unito
enough of the discordant elements in
New York to carry that state. Sonator
Gorman is not in it. Neithor is
David B. Hill. But Mr. Cleveland is,
and ho will bo nominated on tho first
ballot in tho convention."
They aro all ooming this way.
Slow but suro ! Such has been tho
patronage of tho eating department of
the Woman's Exchange, under tho
mtnagemont of Mrs Davis, who has
had charge for tho past two months.
Tho dining room is filled two to threo
times at noon eaoh day with a fair
patronago for breakfast and supper.
Both men and women are invited.
Single meals 35 cents Special rates
to regular boarders for ono, two or
threo meals daily. Lunchos furnished
to order from lOo up. Give us a oall
and be convinced. Woman's Ex
change, under New McClelland hotel,
113 South Fourth street.
It Does Not Matter If McCulloch Is
The files and mosquitoes aro going
to be just as bad1 They'll ruin your
houso just as quick. So givo us your
orders for screens. Enquire at branch
office of Dallas Soroen Co., at Mc
Kennon Bro's , & Co.
Fishing taokle of ovory dosoription
with 1. full stook of huntora supplie
H. E. A 1BOLDS,
LADIES and GENTLEMEN
We Have Improved this Department Lately
We Now Carry a Larger Stock and Greater
Variety Than Ever!
We Sell Good Shoes,
At Very Low Prices!
"TA1i 4kl J.A We sell a Lady's or Gent's
JU J A 5fl9JL'Tl:V Shoe that is usually sold at $2.00
HT'rffc ife We sell a Lady's or Gent's Shoe that is
JD 1 && usually sold at $2.5o.
"M7xrfe-R 4t6tS .tffc We sell you a Genuine Dongola
JE U 1 ?$JM9W Goat Southern Tie, Calf Cou-
gress or Oxford Tie that sells all over for $3.00.
ltffel" 4feS We will sell a Goodyear Welt Gent's Calf
-M. HjfJ. pO Lace or Congress Shoe that is worth $4.
We handle full lines of Stacy Adam's Celebrated Shoes
for men, Cincinnati, Philadelphia and Rochester makes for
Ladies, and when you need good shoes at low prices,
Come and see us,
521 & 523 Austin Street,
Manfactmers M Whdesale Grocers.
Alexandre's Baking Powder.
Alexandre's Pure Bpioea.
Alexandre's Java and Rio Blond Coffee.
Moore Bros' White
Moore Bros' Flint Oandy.
Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslnes wo a re now prepared to ail
orders promptly. Patronize Homo Institutions. Sustain our efforts to maka
Waoo a Great Manufacturing Centre.
WACO, : 1 TEXAS.
Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g
O. W. DVVjD
Tlie olil Ofiiiul Jtutldhii, Xortlt of I'liiza.
"Thefinost vohicles and horses in th
city. Call oarriaces for ladies a spo
cialty and when desired, ladies can J
have a driver in livery. All trams met.
Prompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.
W.I), MAYBIEU), ProjlJoat.J'J. I). nKt,L, Vlco ProJl.laat.'.IJOlINJD. MAYFIELD, Oaehler
The Gity Savipgs Bapk
CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000.
No v offers 6 per cent, interest' on' deposit. Interest payable
One Door from Cor. Sixth.
Wine and Apple Vinegar.
Moore Bros' Pure Cider.
satisfaction guaranteed. Horses
I T-rriSlS! ffi frjajrr.