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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY APRIL 18 1892.
A Will O 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. Cotiiity;oriicorN. KOIi COUSTV JUDHK . Tin New Is aatliorlzud to nnuounco tbst W II Jenkins Is 11 ciniliilulo for ro- election to theofllcootcountyJmlKe of McLennan con ity, ntject to the action or the Democratic party . Fon coutvrr attouney. Weate autlinrlieil to (iimouncc Capt. T, A. Blali as a 'laudlilate for conoty attorney or Mc Lennan county, subjeot to the action of the Democratic party. Mr S. A Ilogan authorizes us to announce that ho is a candidate for county attorney of McLennan county, subject to the action of the Dem ocratlc party, Tiik News Is authorized to annonnco that JuiIro I). II. Hanly Is a candidate for county attorney of McLornan county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. The News Is authoriol to announce bud Williams as u camlldste for election to the office of County Attorney, nubject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR TAX OOLLKCTOn. The Nkws It authorized to announce T. J. lTimm m a candldato for tax collector for McLennan county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Mr. J. C Jtirr.ey as candidate for the office of iounty Tax Collector, subject to the action of the Dem ocrats of McLennan county. Ttik News Is authorized to annonnco Mr. E. D. Kuseell as acnnddaie for tax collector of McLennnn county, subjoct to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce that 'Luke Mooiels a candidate for taT collector of aid Lennen county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. COUNTY ABSKSSOlt. TueNewbIs authorised to announce F. P. Madden as a candidate for county asseor, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. The IVkws In authorized to onnounce Ithat Pink II. I'ot;ue Is a candidate for re-elojtlon to the otllco of county tax assessor, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. lorMiorlff. "Wo are authorized to annonnco Joe F. Ellison as a candidate for sheriff at the ensnlns elec tion, snbject to the action of tho Democratic purty. W, L. Burke Is a candidate for sherifTof Mc Lennan county, subject to the actlou of tho Democratlcparty. Dan Ford Is a candldato for re-election to tho office of sheriff of McLennan count), subject to the action of tho Democratic party. We are nutboilzcd to announce J. P. Naylor of Moody as a candldato forsher'ff, subject to tho action of the Democratic party of McLennan county. 1 TOKD13IMUUT CXEHK. We aro authorized to announce that Mr. 7,. V Beaelcy is a candidate for re-election to the ofllce of district clerk of McLennan county, snblect to too action of the Democratic party, The News Is authorized to announce Ed Sparks as a candidate for district clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. TnK News is authorized to announce Dr. F. W. Burger as a candldato for the office or dis trict clerk, subject to tho action of the Demo cratlcparty. roil COUNTY CLEIIK. The kvs Ih amhorlzed U announce that T II KUllupuworth l a candidate fur county e'erk f McLennan county, subject to tho ac tion of the Demjrratlo party. The News If authorized to announce that Tom II. Mi own Is a candldato for county clerk of McLennan county, subject to the nctlon of tho Democratic party. We are authorized to annonnco Jno F. Mar shall as a dandldate for tho cllieo of county clerk, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. The News Is authorized toaunnunceJ W. Frost hs ncand'Uute for county cleric at the orsulns election, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Tiieews Is authorized to announce QeorRe T Kceb.c as a candldato for county clerk ot McLennan county, tubjuot to the action of tho Democratic tarty. COUNTY SUfEUINTENDENT. we nie authorized to annonnco that Prof. J. It Conyers Is ucHiidldate for re election to tho ofllrc f Crnnty Superintendent ofPulillo In struction of. McLennan county, subject to the action of tho Demooiatio party. fOUTIlSAHUriEll. Wo aro authorized to announce that Robert 3,ItoiiIs a candldato for re-election to the office of triasurtr of MoLennan connty, subject to tho action ol the Dcmocratlo party. yon oocntt soiivevoh. We aro authnrlreil tonnuounce Mr Andrew Goddard as candidate for re-election tu the ot'leo of county stir -o or, subject to tho actlou of the licinocratlc Party. roit jvstic of the peace. We aiu attthorlz-d to annonnco thnt J. N. OalloitlicrU a candidate lor re-election to tho i flicc of Justice of ihc I'eace Precinct No. 1, McL-nnau county, subject to the notion of tho Democratic patty. We aro authorized to aunoance J T. Harri son as it candldato for rc-clectlon to the office or Justlce'or tho Peace Precinct No 1 MoLen nan county, subject to tho action of tho Dem ocratic partj . FOH CONSTAHLK. Tub News 1 nnthorlred to annonnco lee Cook as a candldato tor re-election to the oltlco of constable of precinct No. 1 McLennnn coun ty, subject to tho action of tho Democratic patty. Mr. JBtneo 11 Lockwood authorizes n to announce lilm ai a candldato for constable of precinct No. 1 McLennau connty, subject to tho action of the Democracy. M&&& SJaHu 2$tojs TO ADVERTISERS. The News will tako advertising with tho understanding that if it has not a larger lecal circulation than any daily paper published in Waoo, no charge will bo mado for the advertise ment, THEN AND NOW. In 1S90 The News was for Hogg and an appoiotivo commission. In 1802 it is for Clark and an elcctivo commission, Vhen tho fight waB on in lS9d and tho opponents of Mr. Hogg declared that he would, if elect od and tho commission amendment was adopted, be satisfied with nothing short of a plenary commission de signed to control absolutoly all tho railioad property in Texas without iviog the owners an equal chanco with other property owners in tho courts of tho country. The News defended Mr. Hogg and in its oolumns appeared editorial after editorial denying that it was the de sire ot Mr. Hogg or his friends to take the railroads out oi the reach of the courts, denying that a plonary com mission was thought of, certainly not contemplated, most assuredly not de sired. Mr. Hogs; was elected and the amendment was adopted. Before a week after tho legislature met at Austin thoso who supported Hogg on principle and believed ho was a safe leador, and a conscionoious Democrat began to observe signs of tho very weakness his opponents charged him with, viz: A willingness to utterly disregard Domooratio principles if he thought by bo doing he conld perpetuate his offioial power. He dominated tho majority of the legislature to suoh an oxtent that in framing the first com mission bill it was actually proposed to out the railroads oil entirely from the courts. This proposition mot with suoh a storm of indignant oppo sition" from the truo and tried Demo crats in both houses that it was appar ently abandonod, but tho provision madefor legal redressjunder the present commission law is almost equivalent to a bar from tho oourts. This is count No. 1 against Mr. Hogg. The commissioners were appointed and they went to work without any knowlodgo whatever of tho businoss, and the result is that almost tho en tire lumbor region of East Texas ia prostrated because the rates on lumber as fixed by tho commission would not permit tho lumber manufactures to competo with those outsido of the state. Tho next move that demon strates tho plemary character of tho present oommission waB tho visit of Commissionter Foster to the cattle men's convention and the arbitrary re. duotion of freight rates nearly 50 per oont without giving any notice what ever to the railroads. The next movo in tho samo direction was tho exemp tion by tho oommission from all oom mission tariffs for a period of threo years a proposed railroad from Sey mour west to tho Rio Grande, This is sufficient to demonstrate that the commission is not only possessed with absolute powers, but it does not hesi tato to uso them. Govornor Hogg demanded that they be given this power and is thcreforo responsible for it. This is count No. 2, When it was urged that the peo plo should elect tho commissioners Gov. Hogg objected and the legislature was given to understand that ho would veto any "bill that did not givo tho appointing power to the govornor. Tin: News did not ondorso tho bull dozing racket, but boliovod the com missioners should be made appointivo and so stated at the timo. Governor Hogg's enemies urged that tho gov ornor would uso it as a political mu chino and The News dofondod him again. Tho very first turn out of the box the governor showed his hand and The News thon quit tho defend ing business. Tho appointment of John II. lloagan so as to create a vacancy and then tho appointment of Horaco Chilton on purely persona' grounds was a shameful disregard of the rights of tho people. The most flagrant political movo on tho part of tho commission, however, was the visit of Mr. Foster to Fort Worth and tho agreementjie mado with the com mittee on resolutions of tho cattlomen's convention to cut tho shipping rates oo per oont. provided tho oommittoo would not report a resolution endors ing Hon. George Clark for govornor. This was followed by tho exemption of the Wichita Valley railroad from Soymour west, evidently dono to win the peoplo along the lino to Hogg as the action of the commission was in response to a petition from a country almost unanimously for Clark. This is eount No. 3. The News has many objections to Governor Hogg, and it would be impossiblo to enumerate them all in one edition. Tho forego ing three counts wo have charged up against him as tins committed just as his enemies said would bo oommittod, and as his friends said wouldn't. He mistook tho clamor of sooialism for tho voice of democracy, and in pandering to a misguided sentiment, ho has brought reproaoh upon tho name of the banner Demooratio state of tho union Tho Democratic party of Texas oannot afford to re-elect Governor Hogg. SOME CUPPINGS. The Brenham Banner says : "Hon. R. Q. Mills has consented to address the people of Abilene on the political issues of the day some time during the canvass. Dollars to doughnuts that he will support Clark and true Democracy." Of course, he will. Mills has never failed to come out boldly for what he believes to be right. The Cleburno Chronicle does not believe it was a part of the duty of the members of the legislature to foist Hogg upon the people of Texas for a second term. It says : "Texas has witnessed tho most barefaced impudence in the action of the legislature in organizing as a cam paign committee to boom Hogg for reelection. These incompetents were, elected to make laws, and are paid for their services; yet they take advantage of tho positions conferred on them by the people, and disgust all fair-minded men by emulating ward heelers in stead of doing their duty. They are a disgrace to Texas." The bloody shirt addresses eminat ing from the Hogg conference called by tho Hogg house will be a bar to the return of every one of thoso 65 members to Austin next year. The Temple Times wants Hogg elected on Clark's platform It says : "Give us Hogg for governor, with a reasonable or ,no alien land law with a just railroad commission, and Texas will at the end of two years, bo on a real genuine boom." Wo have tried Hogg two years and he is responsible for an unreasonable alien land law and an unjust railroad commission. He has condescended to allow us a reasonable alien land law, but will soon go on the stump to defend the unjust commission law his legislature gave us. There is no sort of.platform that will bring back confi dence in Texas with Hogg as govern or. If the Times really desires to see Texas boom it should help us elect Clark. Dr. Goo. P. Mann, dontist. Fu sett of upper or lowor teeth, $12,50. lUPLeiiiiij To theReaders of THE NEWS: LadIKS AN'n GeNtlKmEn We wish to address yon through the medium of this paper on questions of business. It has become the custom for people who have goods to sell to advertise their wares and use so much hyperbole and exagcration in the advertisements that the people no longer believe the full tenor of the words adver tised, and when a really good offer is made they arc slow to take advantage. Not so with our EMBROIDERY SALE OF LAST WEEK. Hundreds of people will attest to bargains they actually bought. In view of this fact we will continue our Embroidery Sale Through This Week And in addition make a SrEOIiJL, - ON - Boys Youths' CLOTHING. WE WILL SELL THIS WEEK 50 Knee Pants Cassimcre Suits, sizes 5 to 13 years, at $1.50 These are cheap at $2.00. 75 Navy Flannel Sailor suits, worth S2.00, for $1.25. loo Grey Checked Cassimerc Knee Pants for 25c. 100 suits in different shades of Brown, all wool goods, at $10.00 and $12 50. 25 Brown genuine Worsted Suits last week giS.oo, this week for $15,00 100 pairs pants in elegant light and medium shades, a good $7.50 value for S5.00 Special reductions in all lines of clothing this week at MOORE Manfacturers Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bpioea. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coffee. Moore Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros1 Pure Cider. Moore Bros' Flint Candy. Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslnes wo a re now prepared to All orders promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to make Waoo a Great Manufacturing Centre. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS, WACO, : 1 TEXAS. Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g LiveryiTransfer STABLES. O. W. DAVID PROPRIETOR. The old Orantl HuUtUug, Xorth of Vlaza WAOO, TEXAS. The finest vohicles and horseH in th oity. Call oarriages for ladies a spo cialty and when desired, ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met. frompt attention to ;all orders and boarded on reasonable terms, W.D, SI A.YFIKLD, President. J. D. BRLL, VIco President. JOK.VD. MAYFIELD, Cashier The Gity Savipgs Bapk CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000. No v offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable from date. -mm. and ROTHERS. Wholesale Grocers. satisfaction guaranteed. Horses Men's