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IHTjllir.lSlllll JVLY 10, 1HHH.
Enteral at the PoitoQlee at Waco, T a,, i Heeotul Clam Matter.
OL. 4. NO. 251.
50 Cents ter Month
,iii:i:ti(: of the execetive
TItlril I'urljIICH Knocked Out the
FlrM Itoumt A IMcilgu to Support
riio omiiiGCM a Tot or IMlgutiil
Ity to Vole at tho I'riinury Elec
tion liiltnowu 1'artlcN .llusl bo
Vouclicil for Tlic Line Mrlclly
This week we will put on sale 500 pieces of
Hamburg and Nainsook Edges
that we can now sell
At Half Price
Thcv were bought late and prices were much lower $han at the
beginning of the season. The whole 500 pieces divided ino four lots.
Lot 15 Cents a Yard.
Lot 210 Cents a Yard.!
Lot 315 Cents a Yard.
Lot 420 Lents a Yard.
VstiriotnLS "Vidtlis in. a.oti. XoA
250 pieces 45 -inch Flouncing from 40c to $1.50 a yard, worth
Co per cent more.
Ladies' Handkerchiefs,,
STO. 1
12 1-2C
Hk .
Cheapest handkerchiefs ever sold. Bargains in all Departments
Friday, Saturday and Monday During1
Of Ladies' Fine Shoes and Oxford Ties. We have bought
2,500 pairs of Samples for cash at a Very Low Price all
sizes, 3-D last. We will sell them at the most remarkable
low prices you ever heard of, and every Twentieth Pair is free,
You will appreciate these shoes at the prices we offer. Sale
begins Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Store will be open
till 10 o'clock every night.
JLi bmLh
-3bl-? Austin Avenue.
Y,D MAYBIKLD, President. J. D. BELL, Vice President. J0IIN:D. MAYFIELD, Cashier
The City Savipgs Bapk
CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892.
No offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable
rom date.
Will Jones Uiiii
Tho MoLennan county Democratic
exeoutive committee met this morning
pursuant to a call of chairman John
F. Flint.
A letter from Mr. W. 0. O'Bryan,
member of the committeo of the Mc
Gregor piecinot, stating his inability
to be present and requesting that tho
meeting be postponed till a later dato,
was read. It was not thought advisa
ble to postpone tho present meeting
and business proceeded, with tho fol
lowing members of tho committee
present: John F. Flint, chairman,
James A.. Harrison, of Waco: M. It.
Carroll, of Robs; E. D Martin, of
Bosqueulle; E. W. Punchard, of
Hon. G. B, Gerald was prcsont and
was grant d permission to speak.
He stated MoLennan county was
only granted eight representatives to
the congressional convention while
other counties in the district contain-
ling many le-i Democratic voters wero
allowed mat moro, which was uniust
tb himself. Tie therefore requested
thVt the coinj itee, if possible, see
thaftthis count Have her proper rep
reservation. A committee 'rom tho Olark
club, CY 'wposed o Captain A. J
Caruth Captain k D. Herring' Mr.
Charlie eatbrook .v d J, W. Davis,
Esq. was Vretont an requested to be
heard with JEard to iLe proper ruUs
for tho goverV?men' f the primaries.
Captain Carutn" stated that thero
was a number oY political organiza
tions in this oounty "ho had turned
their backs upon tlhP -Democratic party
iindwho, ho was credibly informed,
had decided to affillia with the
Democrats by voting at the primary
elections and then vote foV whom they
pleaded aftorwards. Some1 ot the or
ganizations called tbemse vts Jeffer
sonian Democrats, and othoia Third
partyites. Ho granted them the right
to think as they please and to quit our
party if they please, but not vbtc at
our primary elections and then it' tho
nominee didn't suit them to vote at
tho general election for someone e'so.
Such action he thought dishonest in
every way and that plain rules should
be prescribed to the effect that aty
thoso who desired to vote at the pri
maries could do so only by pledging
themselves? to support the nominees
of the party.
Captain Herring also thought tho
primaries should be well guarded and
our party lines plainly marked out
and tho test rigidly applied.
J. W. Davie, Esq., stated that this
was a family fight in whioh no one but
members nf tho family had a right to
participate. Tho best and nerviest
men in the various prooinots should
beseleotcd to preside over the prima
ries who would foarlessly apply tho
test and allow none to vote who would
not pledge themselves to aupport
the nominees.
Mr. M. R. Carroll, of lloss, stated
that thero was a number of third party
ites at his box over which ho presided
at tho last elcotion. lie asked thorn
the following questions: "Do you
believe in the truo prinosplos of Demo
cracy, if so will you support tho nomi
nees of the party?"
Mr. Charlie Westbrook stated
that Mr. E. T. Cox and the
other third paityites at Lorena had
entered into a compaot to defeat Clark
at the primaries at that box and thoD
to vote against him whether he re
ceived tho nomination or not. Ho be
lioved in pledging them to suppoit the
nominees or prohibit them from voting
at tho primaries.
Mr. E. D. Martin wanted registration
and thought it the surest way to get
tho will of tho people at tho polls,but
this method oould not bo adopted now
on account of tho expense. Ho thought
tho pledge should bo administered and
the presiding officer baoked up in en
forcing it.
We would like to call your attention to the fact that wc carry
a large line of
Trunks and Yalises.
From the common paper packing trunk to the all sole leather
trunk are in our stock, and at ,
500, 502 and 504 Austin Street.
$1.5 p
Greatest Shirt Sale Ever Known in Waco.
Our Entire Stock of Puff Bosom Shirts, forty-two distinct styles,
including $1.75, $2 and $2.50 goods,
J&.TJZ- O-O -A.T $1.50 DELA-OZEaC
The following resolution was offer
ed by Mr. L, P. Field, of Brucevillo:
Whereas, Thoro has been organized
in different portions of this county
what is known as the "Third Party,"
who endorsed tho St Louis and
Ocola platforms and who aro also
known in somo localities as Jefferson
ian Democra's but on a seperato and
distinct organization from and indirect
opposition to tho old Democracy and
who have called a convention to meet
in Dallas on the 10th of January to
nominate a stato ticket in opposition
to tho true Democratic ticket, there
fore, be it
Ilesolvod, That tho judges of thn
primaries to be held in this county on
July 9, 1892, are heroby instructed to
allow no one to votointho Democratic
primaries whose uamos appear on tho
club list3 of the third party, or the St.
Louis-Ooola platform party or Jeffer
sonians, or who aro known to be third
party men unless said votors renounoo
thoir allegianco to said party or
'parties and pledge their support to
Auu uuiiuuuua ui uiu, uiuu uuu liuu
1 Mr. James A. Harrison, of W?.oo,
raised the point of order that a sub
committee had been appointed whoso
business it was to present Buoh reso
lutions. Mri Field stated that from lottors
ho hachaeen and from othor ovidoncos
he in hik possession ho did not think
certain fjiombera of that oommittee
intended V) report.
Mr. CaNithor's suggested that it
would bo dangerous to delay aotion in
this matter avd that anything a sub
committee cild uo certainly tho
wholo body wl vh croated that com
mittec eould do
E. D. Martin reoved that in view of
the faot tho Mib-unmittee had mado
no report that it bt? (discharged. Car
rieu unanimously.
The above rosolutiXT offered by Mr.
Field was thon uponxmotion unam
mously adopted:
Moved by Jas. A. Varrison that
tho judgos aro instructed to put tho
questions to each and ovty voter as
to whother ho is a DemoorUt and will
support all the nominees of tho party
and in cebo a party presents his vote,
tho judges of eleotion shall not ao
oeptsamo unless tho voter is known
by the judges to reside in that voting
preoinot, oris bo vouchod for by somo
reputablo person known to tne pages.
The following resolution was offer
ed by Mr. E. W. Punchard, of Har
rison, and unanimously adopted:
Reiolvcd, That each member of tho
executivo committoo Beleot a chair
man at tho differont polling places in
thoir respective prcoinots to preside
over tho Demooratio ma6s nioetincs
..iij i 1.... .1..1 . 9
uauuu iu ouieti uuienaicB 10 a county
convention In hn oi Mnvi.i i,:i.
said convention eleots delegates to tho
Lamoasas convention and thn f!nn.
gressional convention.
Bo it further resolved, That said
chairmen are hereby required to ox-
nlllMn frnm ni.tininntlnn ? ...:.!
- ""- .. t.u.iaiiiig iu OU1U II1UHS
meetings all parties who vill not give
the pledges adopted by tho oommittee
TllO meotillir then r.dimtrnnrl di,,
ject to a call of tho chairman.
Parties havinir rooms fnr mnt dur
ing the druggists convention, which
meets on the iotli, nth and 12th
inst., should report to Mr. W. L.
lucicer. 11 the hotels are crowed, he
will be able to supply those who are
uname to obtain rooms.
Specimen Gases.
S. II. Clifford, Now Cassol, Wis.,
wiih troubled with Neuralgia nnd
Rheumatism, his Htoiuaoh was disor
dered, his liver was niTeoted to an
alarming degree, appetito fell awy,
and ho was terribly reducod in flosh
and strength. Throo bottles of Eleo
trio Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburp, 111.,
had a running soro on his log of eight
yoars' standing. Used threo hott.os
of Elootrio Bitters and seven boxes of
Bncklon's Arnica Salve, and his log
is sound and well. .John Spoaker.
Catawba, O., had live largo fover
sores on his leg, dootor said ho was
inourablo. One bottlo of Electrio
Bitters and one box Bucklon's Arnica
Salve cured him ontirely. Sold by W.
B. Morrison & Oo.'u drug store.
All l'10 no ny imported
- Frenoh and English oloths
at Gabert Bros , tho leading moroh
ant tailors. Thoy carry a big Btook,
admirably eeleoted, aud ombraoing all
the novolties of tho spring of 92.
Wait, don't buy a buggy till you
see Bon Garland at thoir new plaoo
707 Austin strcot.
Joo Lehman la tho most popular ros
taurant man in Texas. His plao
117 South Fourth stroot.
1T TlTl To any lft''y calling nt our
I r I 1 1 Htoro ,l
1 1 1 1 OATOLOaUK OP
. llJjJU Bntlorictt Mcrns.
A. C. 8NEED& CO.,
403?A.uatin Avonuo,

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