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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY APRIL 29 1892.
2 JStaew Bk1& 3feta TO ADVERTISERS. Tuk Nuws will tako advertising with tho understanding that if it has not a larger lecal oiroulation than any daily paper published in Waoo, no ohargo will bo mudo for the advertiso mont. Texas is too grand in possibilities to permit a mere sentiment to demand a, second term for governor who has produced stagnation in her develop ment. Since Dallas went for Clark after hearing Hogg's Asylum speech, he has tried to change it. Every time he departs from tho line Jaid down for him he makes a bad break. Governor Hogg muBt think It is a terious thing for tho namo of a print er or a railroad employe to bo pub lished to tho world as a Hogg man. Tho governor ccrtatnly does not think it would disgrace them. When Governor Hogg read that communication from 20 of tho Dallas News compositors giving him tho in dorsement of 14 of them he said he would not read tho names of the printers beoauso "it might hurt them." Tho governor thus covertly charges the printers on the Dallas News w.'th boing dominated in thore political aotion by tho management of tho paper, an insinuation even those 14 will doubtless reseat. Another explanation is in order governor. The present gubernatorial cam-v-paign promises to bo tho most oxoiting - ever witnessed in Texas not excepting the Prohibition oampaign in 1SS7. It is a singular coincidence that the real managers of tho opposing foroes in tho memorable Prohibition campaign, namely, Hon. Gcorgo Clark and Col. It. B Parrot t, are the loading spirits in tho present oampaign, but instead of being on opposite sides thoy are pulling together with might and main for tho triumph of Democratic principles and prosperity for Texas. ''While Governor Hogg was speak ing in Dallas Wednesday afternoon, somo person pushed his way through the audience and handed the speaker a piece of paper. The governor, af ter looking over it and recovering from a tremendous smile, read : "We, the undersigned printers want to pledge you our support and to tell you that a poll of the printers taken in The News composing room result ed: Hogg 14, Clark 6." It was a great scheme, but when the Dallas News came out the next morning it contained tho following, in brackets, just under the above with a note thafc the communication was handed the News management voluntarily : To The News The undersigned employes of The News com posing room, comprising every man at work at S o'clock p. m , wish to utterly repudiate any connection with the alleged poll of the room whioh was handed to Gov. Hogg this afternoon. There are fifty-four names on the pay roll of this depart ment of The News, and as there were only twenty on the alleged poll sent up, it was clearly unfair as an expres sion of tho sentiment of the composi tors. Whilo we have our own political preferences, and are in no wise coerc ed or dominated by The News man agement, we wish to most imphatical ly repudiate any connection or sym pathy with the person who sent that poll to Gov. Hogg. J L Wood, O A Eylar, Oscar Dalton, T E Onstott, George N Beach, M C Soott, II G Stephenson, W A Skinner, Paul Alter mann, F C Kirehner, II H Morgan, Bob Loughery, L D Jolly, James A IHorer, W II Hall, J A Murpyh, P G McMurray, A R Pctrie, Lit Terry, W S Davis, S G Copeland, R L Parr, R K Gravitt, H McQuaig, W M Davis, H M Campbell, A l? Hess jJ?,vl Our Governor. InboortthneaaHogscan ba richer Thau men of Ms uncultured clssi At Shsrmtm he waf handed a pltolier Wlilob he drunk from Instead of a gists. And thus did he sho ir, to the man high and loir How "untorrlfled" ws his Domooraor And his feUng4compajt wai made plain by the net Of contempt forthe bloated plutocracy. CLEVELAND AND THE PRSIDENCT. Tho country is coming Cleveland ward with a rapidity that must be ex ceedingly gratifying to that gontle man whether ho roally wants to be nominated or not, and thero is doubt as to his desires in this reBpeot. Every stato which has spoken oxcept New York has spoken for Llovtland, whero absoluto instructions wcio not given tor any candlaato Ulevclanu was manifestly the favorite. Illinois evon, with General Palmer as a candidate is admitted to be a Cloveland state with Palmor as seoond ohoioo. That is what the resolution adopted by the state convention means. Il says: "Should it be doomed exped ient to como to the west for a candi date to load tho Democratic hosts to victory, we commend him," eto. It is only in the evont that Cleveland is considered unavailablo that Gen. Palmer's name is to bo presented to tho contention at Chicago. Henry Wattcrson says it would bo suioidal to nominante Cleveland beoause it is very doubtful as to his ability to carry Now York. The majority of the Demoorats, however, seem to think differently, and it is now evident that he will bo nominated and a heroio ef fort will be made to oloct him without New York. If the Hill faotion will do as they say they will vote for the nomineo, Cloveland is undoubtedly as strong in New York as any othor Demoorat. Outside of Now York ho is evidently muoh tho strongest man. Ho is the only man who would stand the ghost of a show to be elected without Ne York. Those premises boing correct the assortion that it would be suioidal to nominate Cleve land is a foolish one, if Henry Watter- son did make it. Tho peoplo want him 'as they have at tested at every opportunity and they will have whom they will and whom they wont they deadeneth, Cloveland is charged by tho New York Sun with being a porpotual can didate. He has proven by every act, publio and private that tho ohargo is false. In a letter to James H, Bibb of Chattanooga, Tenn., under date of April 11 Mr. Cleveland said: "I am exceedingly anxious to have our party do exaotly the right thing at the Chi oago convention and I hope the dele gates will bo guided by judgment and aotuatod by a true Democratic spirit and tho single dosire to succeed on principle. I should not bo frank it I did not say to you that I often fear I do not deserve tho kind things such wj you say of mo, and I havo frequent mis givings as to the wisdom of again put ting me in nomination. I, therefore, am anxions that sentiment and un measured personal devotion should be ohecked when tho delegates to the convention roaoh a period of delibera tion. In any" event thero will bo no disappointment for mo in tho result." Thus does Cleveland himself acknowl edge a feeling of distrust of his avail, ability and protests against his own nomination upon sentimental gronnds. He does not desire or expect the nomination unless tho convention be lieves he is the strongest man to lead tho party in tho fight for its principles. Under no othor consideration should he reoeivo it. Star oounty and others adjoining in southwest Texas havo peoplo who aro suffering for tho necessaries of life. It is soriouB, too, for there are quito a number of tho oitizens there who must nave assistance or perisn. this in Texas, the richest in resources of all the states, whoro prosperity ought to bo enjoyed by every citizen who is willing to work. In Texas, whore theaMjCtte best fielL-ito investment X. ES"W"I3STE3 We Need a To Realize Ready Money We Make this Week a GREAT CASH SALE. We made unmerciful cuts on lots of staple and fancy goods consisting of Silks Dress Goods, White Goods, Gingams, Laces, Embroideries, Notions, Hats and Shoes. Jre Hood. Finding ourcolves with a largo stock on baud wo SLASH PRICES to raise money. Ortpona. 46-lnoh Cropous that sold at Sl'00 a yard we offer this week at 77c. All Wool Hertford That were 75c a yard, this week 55c ltalf Wool Hertford That wore oheap at 50o, this week 370. Wool Chevron In now shades, considered cheap at 35c, this week at 23c. All Wool Albatross will go this week at 22c. All Our French Challici that were 75c a yard go for 50c. 40eChlnn Silk. Sell tills week at 26c. 3V-Ineh China Silk, Black and evening shades that were Ooo and $1.00, for 75c a yard. known, where thero is the richest mines in the South, the most productive land in the world, the grandest forests a woodman over saw, yet somo of her peoplo aro on tho vergo of starvation. Of courso in a largo state like Texas a failure of crops in some portions of it would produce temporary inconvenienoe in those localities and where tho sustain ance of the people depended upon tho crop, a failure would produce some suffering but with all our variod resouroos thero should be under natural conditions ample opportunities for such of the peoplo who oan leave such localities to get employment, and those who are unable to leavo their homes, should find in 'the charity of moro favored localities ceeorful helpers. As it is where oan these suffering people goV Where is tho community in Texas prosperous 'enough to render the assistance necessary without crip pling their own resources? Tho con dition of Texas is duo to vicious leg islation subscribed to in tho name of Democracy but in response to a sentimont born of prejudice and nur tured by a species of socialism that is none the less dangerous because it dons a Demooratic garb, Indeed it is moro dangerous booauso of the popuiar habillimonts it wears. Under its true colors victory would have been out of the question. The governor has made two speeches in Dallas in the last week. One of them was made at various other places in North Texas. There are threo other candidates who have boen in this canvass for congress besides Judge Gerald, but all of them have been dancing on Gerald's plat form. The Garland Bros, are expecting big shipments of fine now buggies and carriages, and whon their stook is in will havo ono of tho finost lines in tho state. Call and see tlmm nt ,:. plaoe, 707 Austin. tevv"irLe Large Sum ainuham. Clotilny. 1500yds Gingham small chock, nt5c. knee I'Ants 2500 yards Rtrlpod Gingham, good That wore 25o for 15o. 10c stuff for 5o a yard, Knoo Pants that woro 40o for 25c, Kuoo Pants that Woro 50o for 35c. Knee Pants that woro 7Co for 50o. Sill; U ( if;i fi m. Our50o Silk Strlpod and Plaid Glnr hams for 25c. Only a few pieces left. tieni' tuit. That wero $10.00 and $12.50 for $7.00 Brown Suits that wero $12.60 and Imported Hertford. $15.00 for 10.00. . Our 40c Bodfords go this woek at 25o. Electric lllne Suit. ---m'-mmm That were $18.00 and $25.00 for $15. Torchon Lace. A lot of 10c, 12,lc and 15o Laces for 5c a yard. CtaV worsted. In soks nud frocks that wero $22.50 and 325.00 for $20.00 Torchon Luce. That sells at 15c, 20c, and 25o go this straw iiat. weok at8Koaydrd. ,P rn " J For Boys, 5c, 15c, 2oc, 50c. . Men's Hats for 25o, 50o, 75o nud $1. Fine Torchon. Worth 2oC, 30C hUd 350 Will be sold Hrral Jluraalns in Shoe. by us for 15o. , LadieB 0pera Blippers 50c. Ladles' Patent Tip Oxford 75c Ladies' Dongolhi Tip Oxfords $1.00. JSo""- Ladies' Button Shoos $1.35. Two papers Brass Pins for oc. Two papers Hair Pins for 5c. ------ Black and White Canvass Bolts 10c special Drive. 50o Leather Belts for 25o. J Iu Men's High and Low Cut Shoos j MOORE ROTHERS. Manfactui ers 1 Whflesale Grocers. A'exandro's Baklpg Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bploes. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blend Coffee. Moore Bros' White Wine and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros' Pure Cider. Moore BroB' Flint Candy. Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslnes we a re now prepared to All orders promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our efforts to maki Waoo a Great Manufacturing Centre. REAL ESTATE AND WACO, : i TEXAS. Have removed from Paciffc Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g Li veryi Transfer S?E3XS. O. W. DWTD PROPRIETOR. The old Orand Itnlldlng, Xorth of Plaza, WACO, TEXAS. The finost vohicles and hordes in th oity. Call oarriagos for ladies a spe cialty and when desired, ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met. rrompt attention to all orders and boarded on reasonable terms. W, D, M YTB IEU), President. J. D. BELL. The City Savipgs Bapk r CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000. i romto" 'rrS 6 P" """' 'ntCreS' " dp0sit- I""!rest Wabll! br,o 3 of satislact'on guaranteed. Horses Vlco President. JOKNJD. MAVFIKLD, Cashier Money ro S RENTAL AGENTS JiyS Jfi-in9NoB-if I ti-ii-HP "RWjjjP