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THE WACO NES, TUESDAY APRIL 19 1892.
ANNOU.SCLMENTS. Cntll.i j.DHit '' row oourtY jtriviK. The Kbw Is antliotUo I li vwounre that XT. 11 Jenkins is 11 etidtdto fur ro election to theonicaotcountyJu.lKo1ifMct,.'imiui oou ty, ubject t the action of tli I)eino(.rtlo iwrty . FOB COUtlTY ATTOUNKY. Wenrcaiitli-rlieJ to minounco Cnjil. T. A. Blnlmsn lnniltdato forcouut) attorney of Mo Leiinnn county, subject to the action of tho Demociatlcpart . Mr S A llosanantlinrlies us to announce that he is a -u.ildato lor e-otinU atlotmiy of McLennin coni.tv , subject to the uUion or the Democratic inrty. Tub News is antluirlml to annnqnee that JmlKo 1) H. Hardy l candidate for comity nttorncv or Mclicnan county, u'iJoct to tho nctlou t'f tho Democratic party. TnrNKWs is autliotlol to announce J.ud Williams as 11 ct'tiiiils l for election to the office of Connty Attorney, oubject to the action of the Demooratlo party ron t ix cotXKCTon. THE News 1 authorized to announce T. J. lTimm as a caudldato Tor Ux collector for McLennan county, subject to the action or the Uemocrailc party. Wo are authorized to anuonnco Mr. J. C Jurnoy as candidate for the olUce of ounty Tax Collector, subject to the action of tho Dem ocrat)" of McLennan county Tine News Is authorized to announco Mr. K. T. Kussell a ac4iidle for lax collector or Mclennan connty, subject, to the action or tho Democratic party, Wc arc authorized to tumounoo that Luke Moore is a candidate for tn collector or S'c Lentif u coun'y, subjuct to the action of the Democratic party. couxty nus,oi. TheKewsIs authorized t announce K. P. Madden as a candidate for county asuenr. sub ject to the action of the uemocratlc party. The kws Is authorized to nnnounce that Pink l! I'oiruels actmlidnte for re-ele:tion to tho oillco or county tux assessor, subject to the uctlon of the Democratic party. For Mmriff. Weare authorized to announco Job F Ellison as a candidate for sheriff at the ensuing elec tion, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W. L. Burke ts a candidate for sheriff of Mc Lennan couuty. subject to thf action of the Democratic party. Dan Ford l ncandl late Tor re-election to tho ofllcu or sheriff of Mclennan count), subject to the action of the Democratto party. We ara nutho'lzcd to announce J. 1 Najlor of Moody as a candidate for slier B. subject to the action ol tho Democratic party of MoLennan county. TOIl OISIIIIIUT CLKIIK. We are ruthorlzed toan"ounce thit Mr. 7.. F Bcarley is n candidate for re-election to the office of district clerk of McLennan county, tubitct to tl e action of the Democratic party. The News Is authorized to announce Ed Sparks os a candidate for district clerk, subject to the action of the Demoorai lc party. The News i authorized to announce Dr. F. W. Burner as n candidate for the ottlce of ilia trict e'erk. subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party. FOll COUSTTY CLEttli. Thk nwsis anthorizpd to anninncc that T II Kl'llrgsworthli. a candidnte lor county o'crk of McLennan county subject to the ac tion of tho Dem.rratlc party TnE News is authorized to announce that Tom II. Brown is a candidate for county clerU of McLennan county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Jno F Mar shall as a ilandidate for tho cilice of county clerk, subject to the actlf.n of the Democratic party. The News Is authorized to announce .T W. Frost acanddte for county clerk at the ensuing flection, subject to llio uct on of tho Democratic party Tiikew Is authorize t to announce George T. Keeb e as a candidate for county clerk ol McLennan countj, t-ubjeot to tho action of the Democratic : arty. COUVTY sni'SniNTENDENT. wo bio authoilzed 'n nncoiince that Prof J. It Conyers 1 HOHiidldate for re election to the olflre' f&unty Supt-rinteinleut of Public In Htructinn ufMcIionr nn county, subject to the actloftipf the Democ ulic party. FOUTUBAHOI1KK. We ore authorized to announce that Robert S, Ilotvi a candlilite for ro election to the office of traurtr of MoLennan connty, subject q tho action of the Democratic paity. roti county sunvEYon. We aro authorized to announco Mr Andrew Goddard an candidate for re-election to the oPlcecf county Buroyor, subject to tho action of the llemocrntlc Tarty. ronjoTiui op the pekce We ate suthor'z"d Ui announce that J. N, Gnllniihcr Is a ci dldattt lor re-election to the i flicc of Justice of ih Peace Pteclnct No. 1, Mclni an county, subject to tho action ol the Democratic j at ty. Wo are authorized to aunoancc J T. Harri son as ii cuudidiite for ro-electlon to the office of Justice ri tno roace I'recinct o i Mcuen. nan county, subject to the actlou of the Dem ocratio party . ron C0VSTAI1LK. The News is nutlioritd to nnnrnince Doe Cook as a candidate for ro election to the office of conhtanleof i rcclnct No 1 Mcl.cunau coun ty, Bubjcct to the action of the Democratic patty. Mr. Jamei- II I.ockwood authorize ns to nnnouncp him as a candidate tor tonHtable of precinct No. 1 McLennan cunni), subject to tho action oft lie Democracy. $$& SalXt? j&fcfcwtjs TO ADVERTISERS. The Nkws will take 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, Sooialistio Shaw says if Clark is to bo governor ho favors government ownership of tho railroads. Sooialistio Shaw belongs in tho third party. WHO IS PROTECTED'' In a ItiMt oi oopti iciici' rooontly Mr. Audrow Carnegie, suya tuo Ap-peal-Avalanoho, "informed a Sn Fran ohco reporter that tho primal lesson to be learned in tho art of getting rich was that "it isn't the man -vlio does tho work who makes the money, it's tho man who pots other men to do it " Mr. Carnegie is a shining light in the Republican party; is also a Sootohniim by birth who has lived in this country a good uisny years "not without profit," as Colonel Gildtreleeve onco said of him. He has in short inado a groat deal of money in manu facturing business has written sev eral books, and is now telling young men how to get rioh. His goldon rulo of money-getting furnishes not only a key to his own success, but also to the success of the party which he represents. Mr. Carnegie has uuwit tingly furnishod tho very best dofini-" tion of protection that we hare ever seon. Whenever a Republican hits upon tho idea of starting a new in dustry in this oountry, his first thought is, "How can I get tho pooplo to put up tho money for it?" His question does not long rotnain unanswered. Being a llopublioan he soon porooives tho necessity of inducing con gress to place a duty on the article which he expects to produce. This accomplished he finds no trouble in raisinc money, if ho needs it, and the tax which ho is en abled to imposo npon tho people soon reimburses him for his investment. Tho tin plate industry is a cbo in point. Tho United States is the rich est manufacturing oountry in the world, tind our maohinery is with a few exceptions far superior to that of England and Europe; yet when a fow tin mine owners wanted to start the tin plate industry instead of putting their hands in their own pockets, and building it up as other industries are built up, they put up a poor mouth to MoKinley, had the duty on the tin plate raised, imposing thereby in the year 1S91 a tax of $4,Q0O,OUu upon the people in order that they might supply about one hundredth part of the tin plate used in the United States. They went on tho theory that it was not the man who put up the money who started the new industry, but the man who got the people of the United States to put it up. Tho protection idea has, it seems, permeated every branoh of business. Everybody in every branoh is studying out a plan by whioh he can get bis work done by somebody else. Wo really feel under obligations to Mr. Carnegie for giving us a working definition in this age of protected humbug. Mr. Hill has about concluded to run on till 1896. He is now cunjuring up some plan by which he can make himself solid with the people, and is seriously considering the formal with drawal of his name as a candidate for the Democratic nominee for president. He has not yet concluded to nomi nate Cleveland, and it is hoped he will not. The best way for Senator Hill to make himself solid with tho peo ple is to sever his connection with Tammany Hall and attend strictly to his duties as senator. If he will do this for about 12 years, he may de velop into a statesman. The Dallas Times Herald oamo oat in a blue dress tho day after Farmor Shaw spoko to tho Hogg meeting, which the T. II says was a badly man aged affair. The T.-H. is a Hogg papor and when that old journalistio fraud with sooialistio ideas rovampod the lies ho imbibed from tho guber natorial headquarters in regard to Judgo Clark it had a right to turn bluo. Tiik News would adviso our neighbor to be "oarlin." Shaw's eifort will only swell Clark's already largo majority. Tho fino Italian hand of Banker Woldridgo can bo soon between the lines of the editorial paragraphs in tho Austin Statesman. JUDGE CLARK'S APPOINTMENNS. Dallas,, Wednesday, April 20. Kiirmorsvillo, Friday, April 22. Helton, Tuesday, April 0. Bryan, Friday, April 20. Calvort, Saturday, April 30. Cameron, Tuesday, Muv Uleburne, Wednesday, May 4. Other appointments will bo un announced from timo to timo. Gov. llogg is invited to be prcsont at any appointment and participate on equal terms. SOME CLIPPINGS. Tho Luling Horald says. "The Clare meeting at Waso was a rousor. Tho Hogg meeting at Austin was a failure. " This is significant." Tho Herald also calls attention to othor gubernatorial troubles which vox tho prcsont incumbent as follows: "It must griove Governor Hogg's blooding heart when he looks over in his nativo county of Chero'coo, aud beholds the distress that his rip-snorting administration has boon instru moutal in bringing about." The womon, God bliss 'em, are coming over on our side. The outlook ib right lor the Waco man. Turn Texas Looso. Hogg opons next Thursday at Wills Point. Ho will closo without any point. His scalp is Clark's. The hairless scalp ot tho real chief of Tammany Hall danglos at the belt of ex-Prosidont Cleveland. Judgo Aldridg of Dallas is the most effective Bpeakor that has fig ured in tho oampaign so far. What has disturbed tho spirit of tho Statesman's droams? The tone of Saturday's edition indicates an un. settled position as to tho gubernatori al question. The Now York World has discover ed at last that Hill is not in it as a presidential candidate. If any New York man gets tho nomination it will be Cleveland. Sn Antonio voted down the propo sition to increase tho bonded bebt of the city. It is proper to romark here that this (s the first timo sinoe he was elected mayor, about oight years ago, that the Honorable Bryan Callaghan failod to oarry his point. The noxt time "Bryno" gets left will be when he fails to carry San Antonio for Hogg. 500 bottlos of California clnrot very oheap at J. A. Early's. Ben Garland desires to inform his friends that he will bo pleased to see them at tho now carriage houso. Bottle beor always on ice at J- A, Early's. , ... m 1 m Wo don't harp on tho Sumatra fnke, but money says that tho "Little Daisy," "Mox AH" and "Mother-in-law" cigars equuls anything in tho city for double the money. Try tbom. Extra choioe California imported ports, old vintage, fot invalids and tho siok room at f0o; California $K!0; im ported, per bottle, finest in the state, J. A. Early. w m m Hundreds of fathers who aro no buying medicine for thoir babios at tho Old Corner drug store, thomselvos took medicino bought for them at tho same old corner by their fathers when they were children. Things oomo and go but tho Old Corner drug Btore re mains forever. To Subscribers. I have called on most of you since the 1st and somo moro than onco. I am suro if you will givo tho mattor a littlo thought you will not oompel mo to mako many calls for tne small amount of your subscription. If you still owo for this month please pay at oftico or leave tho monoy at the houso and obligo Tiik Circulator. Extras for Buggies. Carriago and buggy tops, oarriago and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, oush ions, 'tzy baoks, springs, 5th wheols, shaft shaoklos, prop nuts, prop joints, oots, storm aprons, shaft tops single 1 ecs, shafts in pairs or odd, poles, broaBt yokos,polo circles, dashes, dash ra'us, seat handles, oto , oart wheols ana springs, at T. P. Si-arks & Son's. Ail lira n HU To theReaders of THE NEWS: Lawks and GkNtlKmEn Wc wish to address you 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 exasperation 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 ESPECIAL AJuE- ON Boys' Youths' and Men's CLOTHING WE WILL SELL THIS WEEK 50 Knee Pants Cassimcre Suits, sizes 5 to 13 years, at $1.50 These arc cheap at $2.00. 75 Navy Flannel Sailor suits, worth $2.00, for $1.25. loo Grey Checked Cassimcre 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 Si 5,00 100 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 Manfactui ers g Alexandre's Baklnff Powder. Alexandre's Pure Spioes. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coffee. Moore Bros' White Wlno and Apple Vinegar. Mooro BroB1 Pure Cldor. Having purohasod Mr. Alexandre's buslues wo a re now prepared to Ml orders promptly. Patronize Homo Institutions. Sustain our etlorts to mak Waoo 1 Great Manufacturing Centre. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS, WACO, : i TEXAS. Have removed from PaciiTc Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g LiveryiTransfer SOT-A-BHiIES. O. W. DWJD PROPRIETOR. The old Urand JCulldlnu, -Vori of 1'ltttn, WACO, TUX AS. The finost vehicles and horBPB in th city. Call oarriagos for ladies a spe cialty and when desired, ladies can have a driver in hverv. All trains mot Prompt attention to all orders boarded on reasonable terms. W.O, MA.YBIKM), I'wllent. j, n. BELL, Vice President. JOII.SD. MAYFIELD, Oashler The Gity Savipgs Bapk CH?fERED FEB. 12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000. No v offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable from date. tr ill LewineBros. ROTHERS. Whdesale Grocers. Moore Bros' Flint Candy . and satisfaction guaranteed. Horses