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THEiWACO NEWS, THURSDAY APRIL 14 1892.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. t'otiiHyJOfNo'r. Milt OtWITY IUI1CIK The New i mt'iorlro I U ntviniinco that W 11 Jenkl mla n cmltiln'o for ro olei-ttou to tliooMcj rtco.tiiiyJiiiUoiirMeliiMinin oou ty, ubjoct to tlio action of tin DeinucrAtio i irty . fok couitrr ArrimstY. Wearennth rleil to viuontice Capt. T. A. Dlnii ni n Inndlilato Tor coituty ottornuv or lie Lennrui county, suujeot to tho action or tlio Democratic imrty. Mr S A Ilogsn mithiirlic ua to announce tliatliona ciniliaatB for o-untv attorney of McLotinaii coitr tv, Mibject to ttic action or the Democratic lurty, Tnr. Kkws Ik tntlionreil to nnuonncp tUat JudKo U II. IUrily Im a citmlhlato foi county attoncy of MoLoMian county, mii'Jcct to tlio Hctlotiortlio Uemocratlc party. The New- is autliotlrol to announco uud Williams as u oulilt for election to tno offlro oUounty Attorney, xubject to tho action or the iJem lOrntio partj. fokta ooti.iecron. TilE Si-ws l autliorlJOil to announce T. J lTlram ni a cftinlld.ito Tor t col cctor tot McLennan county, subject to the .ictlon or tho Hemocra lr party. Wo are authorised to announce Mr. J. C Jnrney as innnUlato tor the otUce or county Inx Collector, subject to the action of tho Dem ocrat o( McLennan couutr. TiikNkusIs nutliO'Ueil to announeo Mr. K. I). Kusscll ni iicmihI ili'e Tor tit collector or llcteiinnn loun'y.HUliJeet to tho action or tho Democratic party. We arc authorized In tinnomice hat Luke Moon Is a ranlliUte lor t collector of wo Inniin onn'y, tubject to the action of tlio Demccrt'c party. COUNTY AHSKSHOIt TheNfhsIs .tullioriiseil to announce F. P. Madden ni a candidate for county 89enr, sub ject to tho action of tha Ucmocrutie party. THE kws 1 autlnriied to announco that link I Pounds ncvilldate f,i" re-oloitlon to tho otllco or onnty t ix assessor, subject to the action of the democratic pity. Tor Mierirr. Woarc nnthorizeit to announco Joe K. Kllison a aca illdate for Bherlu at the ernulm; elec tion, anojii-i to the action or tho Democratic party W I,. DnrkolK a candidate (or eheriffor Mc Lennan mil itv, Biibject to the action of tho Democrat 10 party. Dan I-o '1 1itfnilltit6 fir re-olectlou to tho office f slier ff or McLennan count' , subject to tho ncttui) ot the Domocratle party. Avoirs mho ized to announce J. I. Najlorol Moody as i candidate for uher ff. subject to tho actl d ol the Democratlo party or ilol.cnnan connty run Dimmer clkiik. Wo are anthorlzod to announce th it Mr. Z. F Ilei'ley iino-iii I'date for re-eloetlon to the offko of dictrict clerk of McLennan county, sublecttot 0 action ortbe Democratlo party. The NE"h Ir Hiithnrizwl to announce Ed epnrkn as j candldato for district clerk, subject toihoau onoltue Democra Jo patty. Tim Se Ih authorlred to annonnca I)r F. W Burnras acandldfto fur theolllce or ill) trlctcirk subject to tho action of the Demo cratic pai ty rollCOUNTV CL.K11K. JThe bw, it nu'horlr.-d to announce that 0 II Kl li' ft" worth In a caiutldnte fur county 1 erk f Mol. imau county subject to the ac Ion or the Hem emtio party TiirJirws If author toil to announce thut Tom II. Hiown is a candidate ror county clerk orM'Iennnu county, subject to the action or the Di mo, ratlc p irty We arc uutrorlzed to announce Jno F Mar shall Din 'andidato forth) ullleo or county clerk, snbject to tho actlun ot tho Democratic party Tun ;Nk8 is authorized tT announce J W. Fru-t s ncimlrf te r r county clerk at the e' EU'nc le lb n, subject to tho action or tho Democr 'tic ptrty Tub " fcws la authorise 1 to announce Gporgo T Keeb a, n candidate ror uouiily elerk ol Mcl.er nan county, tuhjuol to tho action or tho Demoirat i .arty. (OUNTY lUFEHINrBNUGNT. Tt euro authorized n imnounec thit I'ror J. It Cfl&yers Irt hoiii lldate Tnr ro oleetinn to the otllre ft an'y Superinti-nilout or Public In struct n urvii'I.en nn c unity, sahjacttu the nclioiiorthe Deuiocaiic party. rOUTttSASUKKK. Wcare antlio Ued to -iiinounco that Robert 8, Hot 'e a (andiilite ror ro-olostlon to tho olllcoortrianr, ror McLennan louuty, tulject to tho action of the Democratic puty. FOIl COUNTY SUUYEYOit, Wo are nuthorled to mnotince Mr. Andrew Goddanl an eanlldato f r reelection to the oPIco t T comity aur on or, subject to tho action of the lUmocratlc Party. 7011 JU-irlU OK Till! I'lIAHU Wo aro antuorlz-Mt to announce that J. N, GalloKhcr Is a cindlilate lor re election to the i fllce or Justice orhe Peaje I'reoluct JVo. 1, h cl. n an coun'y , eubjcot to the action of tho L'erao.rutlc i m ty. Wo arenuthor zed to aunoanco J T. Itarrl son aBiicaudidite ror rc-elt-otlnn to the olllce or Justice rrtho 1'eaoe I'reoini't No 1 MnLen n.m county subjoct to the action or the Dem ocratic party . roit covaT.un.r.. Tut NKviH nuthorl7ed to announco Pee ( ook osa i andidato Tor re-election to the otllce orcontaiilc cr l rccinct Ko l McLennan coun ty, But'Jcct to tho action of tho Democratic party. Mr Jame II Lockwood nthorlzo ns to anconccc him a' a candidate (or conatablo or prod net No 1 McLtnimo. county, subject to the action orihe Democracy. SXfSj? SSaUs; 2SXw The first county instructions was for Clark. Tho second will also bo for Clark. How do you like our platform ? It reads like the expressions of the pat riots of eld The bloody shirt racket borrowod from the Republican party by tho iii'f t'""" flTlr wnnt work in TO ADVERTISERS. Tin: News will Uko advertising with tho understanding that if it has not a larger kcil circulation than any daily paper jmblishod in Waoo, no ohargo will bo mndo for the advertise ment, waco foroing'toThe FRONT. The Waco NaUtorium Corapiny tuet yesterday afternoon in tho ollico of Col. l'arrott and elooted oilicerri. Col. R B. Parrott is president, James I. Mooro is vice-president, nnd S. W. Slayden is secretary and treasurer. Tho contract was awarded for tho building of the natatorium and work will commonoo at once. Tho details of tho meeting of the directors will bo found in our looal columns The Nkws is glad to note tho success of Col. Pnrrott and associates in this enterprise. If Waco is to reap the bonefit of her thermal artesian water Bho must encourage ovory effort to increase her facilities for utilizing this grandest of all nat ural advantages a blessing sho onjoys exclusively, and ono that, will if prop erly appreciated, mako Waco tho great health resort of America. Mr. Tom Padgitt is ontitlod to tho unstinted praise of the citizens of Waco for hav ing etUablishod tho first natatorium and thus being first to offer facilities for testing the medicinal properties of our thermal waters. None tin less is Col. Parrtt ontitled to tho unbounded praise of every citizen in Waco for his enterprise whioh was in spired by an unwavering faith in Waco and her future in taking tho initiative in this matter and work ing up and pushing to a successful is sue the plan for a second natatorium These institutions will do more than any yet established to push Waoo for ward, to that destiny sho deserves and will attain. With these two nata toriums the facilities for utilizing tho pure hot water to be found nowhere else on earth, aro sufficient to attraot thousands of peoplo from abroad and wj may confidently expoct tint in a few years the thousands will increase to hundreds of thousands, and Waco as a health resort, will be tho acknowledged rival of Hot Springs whero labt year over 400,000 people visited in soaroh of that grandest of blessings good health. The News predicts that in less than five years it will be necessary to build more nata toriums to accomodate the great throng of people who are sure to come when it is understood that our own people havo sufficient confidence in the efficaoy of our thermal waters to prompt the m to invest their monoy in suoh institu tions as tho Park Natatorium and the Waoo Natatorium. The famo of our hot wells is assurod. Ex-Governor Hubbard is out in annother intorview. This timo in tho Fort Worth Gazette, favoring Hill for prcsidont, as against Cleveland. IIo says Cleveland cannot bo elected and oloses by saying that Clevoland is ono of thoso mon who had rather bo right than to bo president. Wo aro left to infer that the people of these United States aocording to Gov. Hubbard do not want a man of that sort and he is unwilling to help persuado them to take one. Tho cry of tho Hogg men is "save tho commission." Tho ory of tho Re publicans is "savo the union." IJoth aro saved alroady and the Democrats aro trying to savo tho pooplo of tho union and the Democrats of Texa are going to savo tho people of Texas. It is now almost certain that the third party will put a full state ticket in the field in Texas, and it is surmised that Henry E. McCulioch will be their candidate for governor. 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 nnr -liinwpd to spii napers under any JUDGE CLARK'S APP0INTMENNS. Coreicana, Saturday, April 10. Dallas, Wednesday, April 20. Farmersvillo, Friday, April 22. Helton, Tuesday, AprU 20. Bryan, Fridiy, April 2l. Calvort, Saturday, April 30. Cameron, Tuesday, May B. Cleburne, Wednesday, May -I. Other appointments will bo an announced from timo to timo. Gov. Hogg is invited to be present at any appointment and participate on equal terms. SOME CUPPINGS. The Sherman Register says: "The Confederate record by which Geo. Clark is "embarrassed" is one of the brightest and best granted b Tcxans. Hogg has no record worth speaking of and his henchman, Alox Terrell, has ono whioh it wero better not to mention." Terrell is not in it anymore. Let's not kiok that political corpse, but en deavor to plaut Hogg by his side. Tho Houston Post says: "Texa has euffcrcd from several causes, chiof among whioh are over pro luction and overbooming. Impru dent legislation has had its effect, but not nearly so much so as some peoplo profess to believe " Over production indeed. In the issue of the day before tho Post print ed tho corroboration of Judgo Clark's speech at Torrell by Mayor Raker of New Birmingham in flhijh he stated that peoplo in New Birmingham and Rusk aro suffering for food and clothes. These two towns have perhaps, suffered moro than any others in Texas from tho present administration, but the evil effects of Gjvernor Hogg's term of offico are felt all over the stato. Tho silly cry of ovjrproduotion is in keep ing with tho ignorant carp ng of a man who believes a statute is tho remedy for everything So long as there are people within reach of plenty of food and olothing who are nakod and starving, it is foolishness to talk about overproduction. Following is the concluding nlause of tho platform adopted by the Clark and Eleotivo oonferenoo in thia city Tuesday, April 12: 'Knowing that the Hon. George Clark, of Waco, is a Demoorat too pure for corruption, too sincere to betray, too wise and patriotic to ignorantly blunder, we hereby plcdgo ourselves to give our hearty support to his candid acy for the nomination and ele ition as governor of Texas, and earnestly recommend him to onr fellow country man as a truo Democrat, having at heart tho interest of the wholo poople." The first word in tho above olauso was written "Believing by tho committee and so reported to tho convention. Before the adop tion of tho report, Mr. C. B. Andcson of Austin movod to substitute tho word "knowing" for tho word "believ ing" and tho oommitteo accepted tho amendment amid tho cheer of tho audience. The Evening News is the only paper that published the clause as amended. The News is also the only papor which published the names cf tho Hogg campaign oomraittee as given by Mr. C. E. An derson in his spreah Tuesday night. The San Antonio Express says : "Hon. Waltor Q. Grcsham is a very ardent advooato of tho railway com mission as it stands to-day. The com mission, by its acts, whether intended or not, is building up Galveston at the expense of tho interior oiMos of the state. Hon. Waltor Q Gresham is the regularly employed attorney for Galveston. His position on the com mission quostion is in strict lino with his duties to his employers." That isn't tho principal reason why Grosham is for Hogg and an appoint ive commission, but tho Express is on the right trail and if it will keep its nose to the ground tho ohaso will get hot. With puro artesian water, speoial soap, an extra Gne starch and as nno ma"ohinery as is made, with trained experts, tho Artesian Steam Laundry work is unsurpassed anywhere All tho ladies will visit the reaop- Are Making a Sheriff Of Embroideries which they have bought very cheap. and see them. JLewinc Brothers Are Making Special Prices on Men's, Boys, and Children's Clothiug, Comprising all the Novelties of the Season. Liewine Brothers Show New Styles in Ladies and Gents Low Quarter Fine Shoes. liewine Brothers Have just Received New Lines of Shopping Bags and Novelty Belts. JLewiiie Brothers Have the best assortment of Gents' Neckwear and Furnish ing goods in the city. !Le wine Brothers Are determined to undersell all competitors and low prices prevail in all departments. Lewine Brothers Kindly ask you when in quest of goods to come and price their stock and guarantee satisfaction in your purchases. 521 & 523 Austin Street, MOORE Manfactmers Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bptoea. Alexandre's Juvn and Rio Blond Colfoe. Moore Bros' White Wtno ami Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros' Pure Cider. Moore Bros' Flint Candy. Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslties wo a re now prepared to till orders promptly. Patronise Homo Institutions. Sustain our oilorts to rank Waoo a, Groat Manufacturing Centre. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS WACO, : . TEXAS. Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g LiveryiTransfer SCrTTi ijE3i j-tJS. 0. W. DTD PROPRIETOR. Tlio old Oriuiif JtulltUntj, Xorth of l'lazn, WAOO, TUXAS. "Thefinost vohicles and horsrH in th oity. Call carriages 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.' W.D SIA.M IELD, President, j. I). BELL. Vice Pro.l.l.t. JOHN D. MAYKIELD, Caahler The Glty Savipgs Bapk CHr 3 FEB. 12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000. No v offers 6 ner cent, interest on dnnncfc T..f. ... from date. - MK Great Run on a Come One Door from Cor. Sixth. ROTHERS. Wholesale Grocers. satisfaction guaranteed. Horses Sale Stock i . wn payaDic