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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 3 1892.
Bfctf BxU $fcta TO ADVERTISERS Thk Nkws will take advertising with tho understanding that if it has not a larger lical circulation than any daily paper published in Waco, no charge will bo mudo for the advertise ment, The Cameron exclusion was grand The time for work has arrived, and McLennan county is aroused for Clark. The artesian water question prom ises to bo an interesting one in Waoo in future. At Cameron today tho clash be tween the two great loaders took place and Hogg is our meat. When it comes to reason versus bluster, reason gets there every time with the people of Texas. Slippory Aleck shoull bring his famous army order into requisition on Hogg's behalf. "Fighting us makes us worse." Tho next thing for Waoo to attend to is the Lorena barbacuc Friday. Waco must do tho handsome thing by our Lorona friends. After Judge Clark bacon's his excellency at Cloburne he will rest one day and speak to tho people of three or four counties at Lorena. The rally last night at tho court houso and the throng of Waeo people that wont to Cmeron today gives the lio to the statement that Judgt Clark is dishonest in his professions. Thero are twenty-one different tracts of land in MoLennan county the titlo of which would be clouded by Hogg's Val Verdo suits if he had been sucoessful as he claims to have boen. Wonder if Hogg has found a better woy to answer the proposition to loan tho school fund to tho people nude by Judge Clark than tho charge at Mo Kinney that the people would cheat the state ? With the Hogg platform adopted at San Antonio in August, 1890, before us we are still puzzled to know what authority Gov. Hogg had for reoom monding a loan of tho school money to tho railroads. With section 7 of the San Antonio platform beforo our eyes, wo ohargo Gov. Hogg with gross violation of it when ho signed the alien land law. The intent of that law was to "im pair vested rights. It is said Editor Watterson will take a trip to Europo if Cleveland is nominated. It ia "imprrtant if true" which reminds us that perhaps Editor Senter of tho Fort Worth Gizetto will join him, just to peresorve an equili brium you know. Ex Governor Roberts, in writing an endorsement of Hogg's administration says it has been brilliant, but the wave of popular favor upon which the gov- rneor was promoted "might have been ephemeral." Wonder if .any body's mind will revert to the hair trunk campaign whilo reading ? Ifllogghdd succeeded in "saving to the state'' 1,200,000 acres ot land by his Val Verde suits, he would have robbed thousands of honest citizens who had bought their land in good faith from the railroads. Several of these would have been citizens of Mc Lennan county. The certificates is sued upon the McLennan county lands, however,were issured under the statute of 1354, and the decision of the court does not cover them. But, Hogg counts them in all the same. B9,'.F dB 'P- --n aaMMMBMi MMiIM MiMMiBWIlBHBBBIBiiiBl PURE LARD BILL A FRAUD The bill whioh passed the United States senato last month under tho titlo of Paddock's pure food bill haB a vory protty name, but it is nevortho loss pronounced a fraud, says tho Houston Post. "It is tho samo bill whioh failed in the last oougrosa when tho objections to it wore sufficiently pointed out aud whioh have not been oovorcd by amendments. Tho bill passed tho sonato and wont to tho house simply beoauso those interested in defoating suoh a measure were not thoro to pro test agaiost it with such force as would bo effective, although Sena tors Palmer, Vest and a few other Democrats pointed out invincible reasons whv it should not bcoomo a law. On the faco of it it looks like a good bill, meant to proteot tho public against adulteritions of food products and tho sale of unworthy patent nos trums, let, as tho New York Sun aptly says, it opens the way for the most offensive and unnecessaiy in quisition into the business of private citizens, attending to their own busi ness in their own states; and it con fers upon tho department of agricul ture extraordinary powers. It in tiusts to a changing body of experts or inexperts, to be known as the food section of the chemical division of Mr. Rusk's department, tho duty of analyzing or having analyzed samples of food and drugs exposed for sale in any stato or terri tory other than that in which they were manufactured, or in a foroign oountry if thoy arc in the original package It makes a misdemeanor punishablo by fine and imprisonment, the introduction into one stato or ter ritory from another of any food or drug adulterated or improperly branded. A drug, under the provisions of llrs act, is any medicine, internal or ex ternal. A food is anything plain or mixed, simple or compound, whioh is used for food or drink by mortal man. Every person who ships food or drugs from one state to another, or exposes the same for sale, must furnish sam ples to tho agents of the food section of tho ohemical division of the de partraent of agriculture. This is a centralization of power in a department of the government at Washington for which the peoplo are not proparod. Thoy prefer that the states should take care of the food or drugs that aro manufactured and sold within their limits. Suoh a hw would strike oat of existence a vast number. of preparations known under tho title of proprietary articles whioh are now staplo articles of commerce and this would be done in tho interest, perhaps, of some other artioles. J The Chicago "puro lard bill, whioh was conceived in the interest of a few western hogs and aimed at tho Southern cotton seed oil industry, is not yet forgotten. Notice to B. P. 0. Elks. Tho regular mooting of Waoo Lodgo No. 10G, B.P.O. B will be hold tonight at tho club tooms on Wash ington stroet. All members aro urged te attend. W. C Watson, E. R. It. CiiRisTOi'iiEit, Secretary. - A THAI N WltnCK. 1'iiKiiiecr mid Fireman Killed and Hurl ctl Under .tho Wreck, By AhfcOOlaUd PreiB t9 The New. Webtville, Ind., May 3. The north-baund freight train on the LouiBville, New Albany and Chicago railroad was wreoked at a point a milo north of Otis at 12:30 o'clook yesterday. Train No. 50, John Murray engineer, dashotl through a bridge Tho engino and fresh meat cars wore msued down. ino ca booso and two cars remained on tho traok. Tho bodies of tho engineer fireman and brakeman are buried in the water henoath an iramenso mass of wreckage- The freshot woakencd the bridge. Tho killed are: Bn giuecr John Murray, Miohigan City, leaves a wifo and two ohildrjn; James Bowen, fireman, single, Eonon, Ind ; Elmer Iiron, head brakeman, Miohigan City. SOME CLIPPINGS. The l'alcstino Picayune observes : That speech of Hogg's must surely have been tangled op with that dog law. The Nkws has been waitrng for some one to explain what that speech was tangled up with. Tho Tylor Record says. "Tho commission is a settled fac tor in Texas politics. No one wants to destroy it, but the peoplo are olarn meting for their rights in the seleotiou of her commissioners. Texans aro too chivalrous, too democratic, too in telligent, too oapablo of attending to its affairs to delegato this authority aud patronage to one servant. "In a multitude of counsel here is much wisdom," and tho peoplo demand to say who shall serve them. Paternal ism seems to bo the tactics of some of the present administration, but it won't work." This is from a Tylor paper which speaks for tho people not the politi cians. The Austin Evening News says : If Judge Gerald is as successful making sledgehammer speeches in his race for congress as in the legislature, he will give Mr. Pendleton as much as he can do. He has two other candidates be sides Mr. Pendleton to keap busy, but he succeeds admirably. They are on his platform and they don't know ex actly why they are there It is hard work to explain a thing you don't ex actly understand. Tho San Antonio Express lays. "The governor's complaint during tho session of tht legislature that his canvass was suffering by reason of his inability to take the stump, does! not appear to have been justified I Now that he is spreadme himself for all he is worth, his loss of popularity is only accelerated." The Express is right. Clarkhas gained faster since Hogg took the stump than beforo. The Only Practical Stereotype Out fit, its superior Advantages. 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Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslues wo a re now prepared to till orders promptly. Patronize Home Institutions. Sustain our offorts to raak Waoo a Great Manufacturing Centre. TONES BROS. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS, WACO, : 1 TEXAS. Have removed from PacilTc Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g LiveryiTransfer SXABLBS. O. W. DWjD PROPRIETOR. The old OriiNff Jlultilliiff, Xorth of J'luzn, WACO, TEXAS. Thefinost vohicleB and horaee in th oity. Call oarriages 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. V,D MAYHEM), Presiiout. J. D BUM,, Vice IVoildent. JOIIJJ'D. MAYKIELD, Oftshler The Gity Savipgs Bapk .CHARTERED FEB. 12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000. No v offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable m date. competitors to know that we aJ FIGHT a claim for the patronage of tJ I I.nee Ciirlnlni. 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