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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY MAY 16 1892.
2 Mwza 53siis3 Sfctea Judge Clark's Appointments. Brenhatn, Saturday, M.v 14. San Antonio, Tuesday, May I7. Gonzales, Thursday, Mir 10. latonio, Saturday, May 1. ouston, Monday, May 23. alveston, Thursday, May 2G. ellTille, Saturday, May US TO ADVERTISERS. Ins Nkws will take advertising -with thu understanding that it it has mot a larger kcal circulation than any aily paper published in Waco, no charge will bo mido for the advertise-meet. The Houston Post says "Clark lolds McLennm. Now will there bu any musio in Smith oounty?" Thpro will Those who believe in the sub-treasury may as woll understand now that tho Domooratic party will never en dorse the scheme Jf none but Democrats are per mitted to participate in the primaries George Claik will carry the county two to one. The Lampasas delegation from Me JLennan county is headed by the Clar'r campaign committee. That does not iook much like McLennan county is Tor Hoeg, does it ? ftlessrs Pendle'.on and Blako both could occupy iho seat filled so full by Rcgoi Q Mills ard then it would ro quire a bale of hemp packing to keep 4lem from rattling. The silliest thing in politics is for a man nb.3 is fighting you as hard as he can to threaten you if you don't make concessions. The Hogg men got Tery mad because we, after capturing $ho convention, proceeded to hold fast Ibat which was good. THE ASSUMPTION OF WEAKLINGS. In his speech before the county convention Saturday Mr J. W. Blake of Moxia, candidate for congress, stated that vhilo ho did not expect tho McLennan oounty delegation to the congressional convention, to suppoit any other candidato so long as Judge Gerald was in tho race, but that Judge Gerald stood no show to roceivo tho nomination, at d he, Blake, desired tho votes of the McLcniinn oounty delegates, after Gerald's name is dropped. It need not be said that tho announcement by Mr. Blake that McLennan county's candidate would stand no show to win, was not relished by tho convention. Tho convention had just indorsed Gerald and wa al most unanimous for him Besid'S, Gorald had led Mr. Blake to the rostrum and introduced him to the convention in a neat and p'eas aHt speech and a decent regard for the ordinary anenLies al- wajs duo one gentleman from another would have made it impossible for Mr. Blake under the ciroumstancos, after having been so courteously treated by Jndgo Gerald, to make such a olaim. Mr. J. V. Blako and Lieutenant Governor Pendleton both seom to bo running upon tho platform of "I can set there and nobodv else can," and are parading their self-assumed popularity before every audi ence Mr. Pendleton himself was re sponsible lor the report that Falls cjnnty's dolegation soemed to be for him lor second choice. it by drumming up all the Hogg ulen they could find at Crawford nearly two months ago and endorsing tho administration. The purpose of the meeting mentioned above was to con firm the appointment of a member of the county executive connnttee. They held a snap convention at Wes on May 7th and indorsed the administra tion. They beat us fifteen votes at McGregor and indorsed the admin istration They beat us two votes at Hewitt and indorsed thtTadministra tion. They did the same thiug at Eddy and tried to do it at Bruceville, Lorena and Rosenthal. The Mc Gregor delegation came tight out of a convention that indorsed Hogg and threatened that if the county conven tion indorsed Clark they would push the fight against him Their threats have no terror for the men who know they have been fijrbting as hard as they can heretofore, and that they ex pect to ktep it up un'il after the pri maries The Clark men should give them no quarter nor ask any. They have foiced the fight in McLennan and the Clark men should push it aggressively from this day until! July 9 h, the day of tho primary election Lewlne Bros. CIAL SALE. Ladies', Misses' Children's Men's Youths' and Boys' STRAW HATS. Wc find ourselves with an overwhelming large stock of Straw Goods, and to sell them out clean wc make special prices. This week Boys' Straw Hats for 5c, worth 15c. Children's worth 25c. In this issue of i he News will be found a full and complete report of the county convention Saturday. As it is the only correct report in fu 1 published Tiik'Xews prints a number of extra copies so that Judge Clark's ffiiiiids may have the proceedings in full. Ex ra copies may be had at the The News is business office. Tho diocesan council of the Episco pal church will meet in this city next "Wednesday. A large number of (prominent divines are expected to bo (present. Tho election ot an assistant tbishop will bo one of tho most im Ipoitant items that will come before the sonncd. I Air O Bryan gave the snap away rihen ho said tho object in putting HcBSia. Waller Baker, Richard Garrison, brack Grady and W. L tadney on the delegations from the country boxes was to have anti-Clark toon on tho floor of tho convention- lo dared the Clark men to mash them jnd tho Clark mon proceeded to mash ( COURAGE AND HONESTY REWARDED. "A few marplots and disorganizes" jays Belford's Magazine, wero able HbX December to defeat Roger Q lills in his ambition to be speaker of ho louse, just as a potty governor of rcacas had been able a few months be '.ie to givo credontiata to ono of his 'eisonal followers, instead of to Mr. , fills, who was tho real ohoico of the eopio ot tno state to nil the vaoanoy en eziBting in tho United States tpnto by the rcfignation of John II. eagan. The foolishness of doing ftch things Was Pasilv shnwn as annn ..i --.- -rm... ' .. . urn jjuupiu o' xoxas got a cnance to j-iemselves, because they at onco took ! xosion to send Mr. Mills to the anato for the fraction of a term re- Aining and to givo him such oarnest ineycouiu 01 an attaohmont that ' ll nrnlmmTT bnnn lt.rv. !. tl.A A..i- . .. r.UVMU.j ntup hum 111 nil; SCIlillU Iv tho remainder of his days. 1 Mr Mills did not boliovo in i'S free coinage of silver wo hopo ho been convinced of bis error but b courageously told his paople, and 3 country at lari'o. that tlm tariff r,. " c estion ought to bo settle 1 beforo ging into congress tho silver one xas nau a sonatorslup to present to po ono at tho timo and it waa howl s' for froo silver. Still ft mdn 'lh senator, not for his abandon nt of the silver cra.o, but in reward Sis courage," loyalty and honeBty. informed that Mr. Pendleton wrote thj dispatch for the Dallas News re porter to copy and that in the copy furnished it was SiaUd positively that Pendleton was the choice of the dele gates after Rtoe is out, but that the reporter refused to send it without modification and it was written "seemed to bo the second choico" and so firth. Mr. Pendle ton as a matter of fact will receive the endorsement of his own oounty by i a scratch, if at all, and the People's ... 1 l . . t 1 ,. . pariy canuiuato can aatoat nun in his own county if he is nominated. It is a well known fact that Mr. Pen dleton was instrumental in defeatinc tho regular. Democratio candidate for the leg slature two years ago, by his frequent denunciation of the regular nominee and the methods adopted to secure the nominations King, tho in dependent candidate, was elected over Robinson the regular nominee and Mr. Pendleton wa9 in sympathy with the King people. The majority of the King people arc the enemies of the Democratic party and will vote tho Peo ple's Party ticket at the general election. The regular Democratsiav ing been alienated from Pendleton by his actions two years ago, will stay away from tho polls if Pendleton is nominated, and the People's Party wi'l carry Bell county. As proof that this is not idle talk, read the lotter from Holland, published elsewhere. Tho lettor is from an honest, intelli gent citizen of Holland, and he seems to have very cloRr ideas about politios. He believes either Pendleton or Blake would be beaten if nominated. This is a Eerious question. If the Third Party men want Blako or Pendleton and their strength seem.s to be in tho ranis of those who are People's Party men now or aro inolined to join it tho first opportunity, they certainly want them because they regard them as tho weakest men. Shall wo permit our onomieB to select our candidates? After fighting us for weeks as hard as ever they could, and sending broad cast tie report that McLennon county was against Clark, the administration ists threaten to organize and cury the county or Hogg because the Saturday convention indorsed Clark. Lay on Mac A Hogg niau doesn't lack jowl. The idea of a Hogg man telling us what "will not do Clark any good!' The price of lard ought to come down. Hogg men are getting mashed all over the statf. 5c j 15c 25c 50c $1 SHOOZJE SHUZE. SMES Black and White Sailors for 15c, Boys' Black and White worth 50c. nice Straws for 25c, Boys' Black and worth 65 c. White Soft Straw for 35c, Men's and Boys' Yacht Hats 75c and $1.00. for 50c, worth Lot of Large Sizes Men's 75c and $1.00. for 25 cents, worth Lot of fine colored Wide Brim 50c, for Misses' and Children, worth $1.00. Extra good Men's and worth $1.50 for $1.00. Youths' Straw Hats Opera Toe Oxford Toe Shoozc Shoozc for for 50 cents. 50 cents. Patent Tip Oxfords for 75 cents. Turn Tip Oxfords for Si. 00. JiASt: Opened. Fine Canvass Oxford Fedora Tics in red. Fedora Ties in Ooze, suitable for fine trade. Will sell them for prices lower than ever. Come and see them. Lewine Bros. Tho enemies of Judge Clark affect to be outraged by the action of the convention Saturday in excluding from country delegations town men who had been snowed under in the city. They also feel outraged because a Democratic convention in Judge Clark's own county, with two-thirds of the delegates in his favor, indorsed him. For unadulterated gall the aver age Hogg politician has no equal on this earth. They have claimed this county for Hogg ever since Clark an nounced and they, attempted to prove Died. Monday, May 16.I1, at 7:30 a m., Mrs. Mattie Shaffer, aged 22 yeais Funeral will take place tomorrow, May i7tl,atioa m. from residence No 525, North Second street. Interment at First Street cemetery. Eupepsy. This is what you ought to have, in fact, )ou must havo it to fully enjoy life. Thousands are searching- for iv daily, and mourning beoauso they find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dollais are spent annually by our peo ple in the hope that they may a'ttain this boon. And yet it may be had by all. We guarantee that Electric Bit ters, if used according to directions and the us persisted in, will bring you pood digestion nn,d oust the de mon dyspepsia and install instead Eu pep3ia. Wo recommend Eiectno Bitters for Dyspepsia and all diseases ot Liver, Stomaoh and Kidneys. Sold at 50o and SI. 00 por bottle by W. B. Morrison, druggist. Hundreds of fathers who aro now buying medicine for their babies at tho Old Corner drug store, thomselvos took medicine bought for them at tho same old corner by thoir fathers when thoy were children. Things come and go but tho Old Corner drug storo re mains forever. Floor Paints, Ready-Mixed Buggy Pamis at C. F. Smith's, -104 Austin avenue. MOORE ROTHERS. Manfactm ers Alexandre's Baking Powder. Wholesale Grocers. Alexandre's Puro Bpicoa. Alexandre's Java and Rio Blond UoHoe. Mooro Bros' Whlto Wine and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros' Pure Cider. Moore Bros' Flint Candy Uavlug purchased Mr. Alexandre's builnos we a- re now prepared to till orders promptly. Patronize Homo Institutions. Sustain our otlortfl to raak Waco a Great Manufacturing Centre. IOHBS BJE&OJS. mni h AND RENTAL AGENTS, REAL ESTA' WACO, Have removed from PacilTc Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g" TEXAS. Shooting; Gallery. South side square Fine guns and best ammunition. Rare sport. All the crack shots frequent it. Open day and night. Polite attention. No better time than now could be selected to have Cabinet Pictures made. Hkfcs the Photographer, is the man to see. 701 and 703 Austin avenue The Gabert Bros aro tho leading tailors. They havo tho finest workmrn in tho state, and aro artists in cutting and fitting. If you would be well dressed givo them a all. LiveryiTransfer STABLES. O. W. DVTD PROPRIETOR. The old Old ml HitlUUnfi, Xorth of Vluza, WACO, TEXAS. Thefinost vohicles and horses in th city. Call carriages for ladies a spo cialty and when dosired, ladies can have a driver in livery. All trains met. Prompt attention to 'all orders and boarded on reasonable terras.! satisfaction guaranteed. Horses W.R M.VVFIELD, I'reMlent J. D.IBELL, Vice President. J0ltN!D. MAYFIELD, OasUlor 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. " j AB IB fiflkd'iifi