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THE;WACO NEWS, TUESDAY APRIL 12 1892.
County .Officers. I
KOIl OOUFTV JUIHIK
nt Xra l Htithorire 1 to itninimco that V
Tonkins Is n otmllilalo for ro election to
Ionico ot county Jiuliie of McLennan con .ty,
Joct to the nctlou of tha Dem crtlc P-rty .
FOB CODIITV ATTOHSbV.
Pa n nnthnrl7i.it f n fllinnUnCC Cftltt. T. A.
I ill m a lntiutilntc for county attorney of Mo-
nnan county, sulijoot to the action or tuo
hip H. A Jlofian authorizes ua to annouuco
latliolaa cimllilatu Tor cunty attorney of
cLennnn oom ty, suUJict to the action of tue
rrui News 1 itHhorlzwl to announce tnnt
Bidco I) H. Hardy Is a candidate for county
Rtorncy 01 .mclicmuih cuunj. pui-jcv iu u
I Hon of llio Democratic party.
ItiieUkws Is authotiel to announce Lnd
lMlllanisn.su camildtlo for election to the
I flco ofCounty Attorney, subject to the action
If tho Democratic party.
rOll TAX COLLKUTOn.
Kiira 1 authorized to announce T.
iTimni nu n rnmllilntn Tor tax collector for
McLennan county, siilijcct to tho action of tho
Wo aro authorized to announce Mr. J. C
Iiithkv a rnmUilfttH for the OlUCC Of lOUntT
irnx Collector, eubject to the action of the Hem-
locratn of McLennan county.
Tnit Vrmtli authorized to annOUnCO Sir K
In. Tt,,qnll r n r.nd'ili'o for tax Collector of
IHcLcnnnn county, subject to the action of the
lVrn fmthnrizpd to oimnuncc tbatLuke
I Moon lsacai dldit-) for ta collector of Mc
Lenntn county, mhject to the action of the
Tiik Nkws will tako advertising
with tho understanding that if it has
not a larger lecal oiroulation than any
daily paper publishod in Waoo, no
ohargo will bo mado for the advertise-niont,
JUDGE CLARK'S APPOINTMENNS.
Tiir'rU .intlinrl7e(l t announce F. P.
IMftildenasiK-andldatolor county asseor, sub
ject to the action ot tha licniocrutla party.
Ttiit Nihyx 1 aulhorired to announce Unit
Pink II Posrucls a candidate To- re-cleJtlon to
I thoolllco of county t.i assossor, subject to the
ectlon or the Democratic party.
Weare nuthorlzed to announco -Too F. nillson
us a raudldato for sheriff at the eninlns elec
tion, subject to the action of the Democratic
W. L. Burko s a candidate for sheriff of Mc
Lennan count. Bubjcct to the action of the
Dan Ford 1 a candidate for re-cloctton to the
office of sheriff of McLennan count), subject to
the action ot the Democratic party.
We are nmuo-lzed to announce J. I'. Naj lor of
Woody nB candidate for slier ff, sul))ect to the
action of tho Democratic party of McLennan
i m i
Wo ere authorized to announce thut Mr. Z.
T Dialey Uft'Cinilldate for ro-eloetion to the
ofBrc of district clerk of McLennan county,
acblect to tLe action ol the Democratic party.
The News 1h nuthorlzed to announce Ed
Sparks as a candldato for district clerk, subject
to the action of the Democratic party.
Tiie News Is authorized to announce Dr. K.
W. Ilurger as acandlilHto for the olllce of dis
trict c trie subject to tho action of the Demo
't'nz kw Is an'horlzd to nnnounce that
T. II Kl'llnpuworthls a candidate for county
clerk of McLennan county, subject to the ac
tion of the Jlcmocratln part)
The Kewd Ib authorized to announce that
Tom II. Brown is a candldato for county cleric
of McLennan county, xubject to the action of
tie Democratic party.
We are authorized to annouuco Jno F Mar
shall as a dandlduto forthi olllce of comity
clerk, subject to the action of the Demociatlc
' The Nxwa is authorized to announce. J W.
TiostflH acand dte forconnty clerk at the
ensuing Hortlnn, subject to the action of tho
Thkews is authorize 1 to announce George
X Keobic as a candidate for etiuuty clerk ol
McLennan county, (subject to the action of the
Democratic j arty.
vc nre authorized 'o Announce that prof. J.
3! C'ODjers Ih ncindldste for re election to the
cifilrc fCcunly Superintendent of Public In
utrnctlou of McLeiu an county, subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
"Wo arc authorized to announce that Robert
8.1totKls a candid to for ro-elootlon to the
tifflccof tr(aurerofMoLonnn connty, subject
to tho action of the Democratlo party.
ron ooosTr sunvEron.
Ve aro aulhorlied to announce Mr. Andrew
Uoddard as candidate for re election to the
oflce of county sur e) or, subject to the action
of the llcmocratlc Tarty.
JWl JUSTICE OP THE I'EACE.
U'caicauthor'zcd to announce that J. N,
CallnuhcT Is a ci dldate for ro-eleclloii to the
i aiccof JuBticeorihe Peace Precinct No. I,
HcLf npan connty, subject to the action of the
We aro authorized toaunoantcJ T. Ilarrl.
son as u candldato for rc-electlnn to tho olllce
or Justice of tho Poaco Precinct No 1 McLen
nan county, subject to the action or tho Dem
ocratic part) .
THE RAILROAD BOSSES AND THE GOV
ERNORSHIP. Judge Clark ohargod in his Fort
Worth spoooh that tho big railroad
bosses are all ajrainst him and favor
tho ro-elootion of Governor Hogg
Those who believe Judge Clark is not
honest and sincere in bis canvass
doubt tho truth of the ohargc. Jay
Gould, however, has cxprosscd his
preference for Hogg as published a
few days ago, and Huntington's gon-
eral attorney who controls the Hous
ton Post is waging a relentless war on
Judgo Clark through his paper.
Thcso two mon (Gould and Hunt
ington) control absolutely nine-tenths
of tho railroad mileago in Toxas, and
in an indirect way they tho re
maining tenth. Walter Groshim
of Galveston, a brilliant lawyer trained
in tho employ of tho Galveston Wharf
company and a graduate in tho art of
corporate manipulation is ono o
Hogg's staunchost supporters. While
tho traffic managers of the Texas rail
roads have been firing nway at the
commission charging that rates aro
disastrously low, this corporation law
yer figuring out the fact that the rail
roads woro making more money undor
the commission rates than they did bo
fore we had a commission This dec
laration was made at the Hogg rally
Saturday night in Austin and tho rail
road employes who have suffered a cut
in thoir salaries or wages on the
grounds of low freight traffic fixed by
tho commission, want to know what
Cood tho plenary commission
is doing them. The man who pays
the freight also joins in tho anxious
quory. Take these two classes from
the voting population of Texas and
wo havo loft tho twenty-seven railroad
attorneys and cow coroners who
brought Hogg out for a seoond term,
the sixty-five members of tho legisla
ture who aro trying to keep him in
the raco, at $5 per diem and free
passes, and Farmer Shaw. Since
Gould through tho aid-of Attornoy
General Hogg gobbled up tho Inter
national and Great Northern railroad
he and Huntington together own
overy independent trunk line in tho
state Ratos that would starve a
looal lino to death would support
theso great trunk roads and whon
the commission establishes rates suf
ficient to pay running expenses on
tho short linestho trunk roads with
their interstate traffic aro enriched.
It is a pionio for Gould'and Hunting
ton but never a cont do their em
ploye's got mere than soanty wages,
booause tho poorest paying road al
ways fixes tho price of labor. If the
men who pay the freight and tho men
who handle it will just got together
this little game can bo nipped in the
bud. They cannot afford to see tho
two great railroad kings gobble up all
the railroads in Toxas.
Hillsboro, Wednesday, April 13.
Wnxahaohio, Thursday, April M.
Corsicaua, Saturday, April 10.
Other appointmonts will bo un
announced from timo to tiuio. Gov.
Hogg is invited to be present at any
appointment and participate on equal
Tin Niwr Is authorized to nnnounce Ice
look as a candldato for re-election to the olllce
I cunntablo of iirecinct No. 1 MoLennan coun
ty subject to the action of tho Democratic party.
Mr Janif II Lockwood nuthorIzo4 us to
announce him bs a randldute lor constable of
JiMlnct No. MoLmiun county, subject to the
jetiou of l he Democracy,
.Www BssiAty $fctag.
Toxas got ono foot loose today and
sho planted it right botween Hogg's
There is a now comet visiblo in tho
East and tho cause of tho calamity
administration of James Stephen
Hogg is fully explained.
Give us Hogg if you can Btand him
tiro moro years. If you oan't for
CoffB sake kill that Itttlo Waoo giant
Walter Grosham says tho railroads
are making more monoy with tho oom.
mission than they did without it. Can
it bo possible that tho railroad mana
gers are getting more of our good
money than tbey did before and aro
complaining to tho commission just to
quiet thoir employos whoso wages
they havo oat down.
Judging from tho seigo of the
crowds and the personnol whon tho
Demoorats of Texas want to do some
thing for Texas tboy assemblo in
Waoo instead of Austin. Turn Toxas
Four oounties in the Panhandlo in
structed for Clark last Saturday. Turn
Dry post oak oord wood, $3.50;
stove wood $4.50, at Gurley Wood
The llosquo Citizen says:
''Do wc neod any moro railroads in
this state? If your answer is "yes,"
oppose Hogg "
The Citizen might also ask if it is
desirable that Jay Gould and Collis
V. Huntington should own all the iailR
roads wo now havo, and if the nnswor
bo "no," oppose Hogg.
Tho Austin News says.
"Many pooplc of thin state may
think tho alien hind bill passed by
tho houso is nioderato enough at least
to suit thorn. But tho practical ques
tion is how will it bo rogarded by for
eign capital which it is to the intorest
of overy oitizon of Texas to attraot to
tho etato? It matters not how liberal
the bill it is in reality a tncasuro hos
tile to foreigners and to loreign capi
tal, and they will so regard it."
Tho people can dopond on tho su
prorne court to dofend thorn against
tho present logislaturo and its gov
ernor. Tho Sherman Register is waging a
constant but dignified war on the ene
mies of Judge Clark and Toxas It
"It seems that tho governor and his
friends aro getting uneasy and aro
looking around for another candidate
to put in tho field. And thcso aro tho
same men who wero bluffing and
boasting only a few wooks since.
That was beforo tho little Warwick
made his triumphant tour."
Since tho fiasco of Austin last
Saturday they aro seriously contem
plating tho proposition to advertiso
for a candidate.
Tho West Time 1 has this:
Judge Gerald is a oandidato for
congress, t will be remembered that
the first thing Gorald wanted to do
whon ho got to Austin was to abolish
tho Chaplains office. Ger&ld is an
avowed atheist and it is hardly likoly
that any ohuroh membsr will voto for
a follower of Shaw."
Judge Gerald is not an Atheist. Ho
is a Doist, and Mr. Shaw is neither an
Atheist nor a Deist. What has a
man's religious beliof to do with his
political qualifications anyhow? Is
the Times a bigot who would pro
scribe an honest man booause ho did
not subscribe to its creed?
Are Making a Great Run on a
Of Embroideries which they have bought very cheap. Come
and see them.
Are Making Special Prices on Men's, Boys, and Children's
Clothing, Comprising all the Novelties of the Season.
Iiewine Brothers ,
Show New Styles in Ladies and Gents Low Quarter Fine
Have just Received New Lines of Shopping Bags and
Have the best assortment of Gents' Neckwear and Furnish"
ing goods in the city.
lie wine Brothers
Are determined to undersell all competitors and low prices
prevail in all departments. s
It is olaimed by some few that
every vote cast for the othor candi
dates for mayor was a voto against
McCullooh. Lot us see. Tho total
voto was 3029. McCulloch recoivod
924 ani all the other eandiates 2105.
Applying this rulo to all tho other
candidates and wo havo against
West 2251, against Hinohman
2372, against Goodo 2511,
against Herbort 2877, while
there wer 0 only 2,105 against Mo
Cullooh. Tho proposition that all
tho votes oast for theso opponents of
the mayor wero cast directly againEt
his administration is absurd. It is
equivalent to Baying that the other
candidates had no personal frionds
and they supported Wost, Hinohman,
Goodo and Herbert just to beat Mo
Cullooh and that they wore enomies
to the mayor. If suoh had boon tho
easo they would havo consolidated on
The announcements of Col. Tom
Bowers and Mr. Rogers of Austin for
lieutonant governor, both on tho anti
Hogg ticket aro straws showing tho di
rection of the gubernatorial wind.
It Doos Mot Matter ir McCulloch
Tho flios and mosquitoes aro going
to bo just as bad. They'll ruin your
houso just as quick. So givo us your
oruors for sorcons. Enquire at branch
ofTioo of Dallas Hereon Co., at Mo
Iveiinon Bro's., & Co.
ina Whiskey Habits
cured at homo with
out pain. Ilookol par
ticulars sent ritllK.
Kindly ask you when in quest of goods to come and price
their stock and guarantee satisfaction in your purchases.
52 1 & 523 Austin Street, One Door from Cor. Sixth.
Alexandre's Baking Powder,
Alexandre's Pure Bpiooa.
Alexandre's Java and Rto Blend Coffee.
Mooro Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar .
Moore Bros' Pure Cider.
Moore Bros' Flint Candy.
Having purohased Mr. Alexandre's buslnos wo a re now prepared to rill
orders promptly. Patroulze Home Institutions. Sustain our oflorts to make
Waoo a Groat Manufacturing Centre.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGE!
WACO, : : TEXAS. "
Have removed from Paoiffo Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g
O. W. DVVJD
The old Orand JtuUdlng,A'orlhof I'laza,
SThefinost vehicles and horscB in th
oity. Gall oarriages for ladies a spe
cialty and when desired, ladies can
have a driver in livery. All trains met.
Prompt attention to all orders and
boarded on reasonable terms.!
rfi iMMBfffw' c Til
satistaction guarantetd. Horses
W.D MA.YJIELD, President J. D. BELL, Vice President. JOH.VD. MAYFIEM), Cashier
The Gity Savipgs Bapk
CHO.tTE.S D FEB. 12, 1892. $
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000.
wo v otters o per cent, interest on deposit.