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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY MAY 19 1892.
ffliu&a Ballsr Sfctai, Judgo Clark's Appointments. Gonzales, Thursday, Miy 19. Flatonio, Saturday, May 21. Houston, Monday, May 23. Galveston, Thursday, May 20. Bcllville, Saturday, May 28 TO ADVERTISERS. Tiik News will tako advertising with the understanding that if it has not a larger kcal circulation than any daily paper published in Waco, no ohargo will bo made for the advertiso- mont. The supremo court is in Hogg's way. The People's party will be in it this year. The Allianoc is too big for its "brecohes. Hogg at OoTjicana. Dr. Rankin is not in it any more. y?e was treated "Barber(ous) " Jinej juBt soo tho hosts who le Hope at Fort Worth. Governor Hogg will irth speech scratched fed the "slime and kid picked up "dis. f tho school money to llroads Hogg at Mc- fany commission dui 'e featuro in it. Hogg pic wan't their cominis- red I will not oppose it. 'candidate wo loaned tho sohool money to The people, Texas would be cheated" -Hogg at McKinney. The enemies of Democracy are organizing in better spirit than ever before. They have their covetuous cje on Mills' seat. If the railroads have sold those lauds I have sued for to settlers I will mzko the settlors disgorge, or stay in court all the time. Hogg at Austin. "When Hogg visited Fort Worth there were hurrahs for Ilocg and lurrahs f'oi Clark, but nobody thought ofLanham. Tho Gazette itself forgot its candidate on that day. Clark is arousing moro enthusiasm than any public man over did. He las been givon an ovation ovory Tfhcro ho has been and thoy get more enthusiastic acd bigger as they oomo. There is a fixed expression of con fidence and determination depiotcd on the face of every Clark leader that ipeaks volumes. If energy and patri otism is worth anything Clark will win Ihe fight before the convention meets. Gov. Hogg still says, with renewed tehtmence, that the commission is at stake in this fight for governor, and it is essential to the salvation of the commission that he be re elected. "What if Hogg were to die. Perish the thought ! Hopg says he is willing to give in nocent purchasers of railroad lands an exclusive- chanco to buy again. Tho men who want to "buy again" are not very numerous. Whon a man pays for a piece of land onoo he naturally thinks it belongs to him. lias anybody ever heard Hogg al lude to any of the leathers of Demo cracy in his speeches? In all his speeches he has never attempted to defend his administration with the arguments of Domocracy, or invoked the aid of reason. Gov. Hogg ap. peals only to prejudice and himself and friends are challenged to point to n single utterance disproving t the as. icrt IT WILL BE CLARK OR HOGG. Tho Taylor Toxan is very hard to please. It finis in Govornor Hogg and Judgo Clark tho repicscntativos of Buch oxtretnes that it must join with tho Fort Worth Gazette and tho Houston Post in domanding a dark horse, or, in other words, another oandtdato whoso namo is not now on rocord as an avowed candidate The Editor ot this papor evidontly ha9 been reading the organs of the Third party and, perhaps, listening to the captious gabblo of the Third party leaders, a largo aumbor of which are in his county, or it may be that his cry for a dark horse is a result of reading tho plaintive notes from the Gazette and the Post. Tooro is nothing radical in what is demanded for the people of Texas by Judge Clark. He simply advises the stato to roturn to the equipoise of tho ltoss administration, which was with out ngitation and which was wiihal characterized by oontcntment, pros perity and general happiness to the people. Today Governor rtoss is the most popular ox-governor in the state of Texas, not so much because of his even temperament, his courago and his ability to copo with great questions, but it is beoause the state was more prosperous undor his guidanco than at any othor time in its history. Judge Clark, as Uovornor Ross will admit, was largely instrumental in giving the state suoh a Governor, their minds and idoas of Democratic government are very muoh alike, and therefore it is not strange that when Judge Clark becomes a candidate, Ex-Governor Ross should cinbraco tho first opportunity to say "having been on intimate social and friendly terms with him" (Judgo Clark) "since the war, loan savin all truth my faith In his wisdom, patriotism, incorruptible in tegrity and devotion to the highest and best interests of tho Texas people is utter and entire." And for a simi lar roason Ex-United States Senator S. B. Maxoy, though not a neighbor of Judgo Clark and in nowise indebted to him for the high position that ho held, says, "Judge Clark has the wis dom to understand all this" (meaning the needs of the state) "and tho cour age to do all in his power to bring about these happy results. I believe that he will so con duct the affairs of the executive oflico if elected, as to give tho assuranoo of equal and exaot justice to all and ex clusive privileges to none," Thoro is a right and a wrong to everything and tho wrong has been pursued by Governor Hogg, and the Taylor Texan admits it. Judge Clark has not yet had tho opportunity to experiment as a govornor with the principles of whioh ho is tho exponent, but ho has seen the like tried undor tho adminis tration of Ex Governor Ross, and they were so happy in their re sults that it may be said with safety that he does not represent an extreme at all. He only represents the right as against the wrong, and the Texan might as well become convinced at onoe of the faot and join tho balance of those, who with Govornor Ross, Senator Maxoy, Governor Throck morton, Seth Shopard, Col. Giddings, and tho disinterested intellect of Texas in according to him the honor that is due him, and giving to tho state a man capable of and brave enough to do that which wisdom dictates. Gov. Hogg took up most of his time at Fort Worth Tuesday proving that railway men from section boss to general manager, the lumber men and the daily newspapers were against him, and if he had tried he could have proved that nearly all the busi ness men belonging to incorporated institutions, cattle men, a majority of the lawyers, doctors and farmers, who are loyal to Detnocretic principles, are also against him. Tnis is the first time a candidate for office, within the knowledge of The News, was ever guilty of parading his weakness be fore his audiences, The governor is, evidently, rattled. Gov Hogg made tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas "disgorgo" thoir stock in tho International and Great Northern railnud, and Gould got it. Ho now wants tho people to "dis gorgo" their homo bought from tho railroads and tho land agents will got them. As Hogg proved at Fort Worth that noarly everybody was Bgainst him the "disgorgo" will not como off In our news columns today appear two reoommondations from tho Waco bar relative to tho ofiico of judge of tho civil court of appeals for the Third district. Hon. II. C. Fisher of San Angelo is now a moinbcr of tho commission of appoals and is an ablo jurist. Hon. W. E. Collard of Frank lin, Robertson oounty, servod on the district bonoh several terms and is now on the commission of appeals. He is an ablo lawyer and a very pop ular gentleman. The civil conrt of appeals of the Third supremo judicial district will bo organized September 1st next and tho judges will bo nomi nated by a convention to bo hold in Austin August 2. It is understood that tho nominees of this convention will be appointed to organizo (he court and will then be elected at the general election in Novomber. The court will bo composed of ono ohiof justice and two associate justices and tho Hons. II. C. Fisher and W. E. Collard are tho choicp of tho Waco bar for two members of tho court. The Houston Post thus criticises tho governor's language used in de nouncing tho city papers: "In using tho language ho did Governor Hogg blundered sadly, and in repeating it he adds cold blooded deliberation to what might have been weighed as hasty words uttered in the heat of political disoussion. In doing this ho shows himself possessed of an ungen erous, intolerant spirit with whioh the Post had not hitherto orcdited him. The faot of the matter is Governor Hogg has been treated with a great deal of consideration by the press much moro, one is forced to conclude from bis recent utterances, than he deserved. The morning papers have published his speeches at great expense, and he has been allowed a medium for teaching ing the people without a dollar of cost either to himself or his bureau of National bankers at Austin. He has been oriticized it ii true, his acts as a public official have been held up to public view, but Tho Post would be willing to submit to the judgemont of any impartial man, who have both read tho nowspapers during tho cam paign and heard the go;ornor's speeches, that the former havo boon as truthful and as free from "slander and slime" as tho lattor. In discus sing tno state administration, news paper men may not always write ex actly to suit the govornor, but cer tainly they can not and do not oxcol him in the art of twisting facts for special purposes." 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This week 5c i Boys' Straw Hats 15c Children's worth 25c. 25c 35c 50c 25c 50c $1 Boys' Black worth 50c. Boys' Black worth 65c. Men's and 75c and $1.00. Lot of Large 75c and $1.00. Lot of fine and Children, Extra good Men's and worth $1.50 for 1.00. SHOOZJE. SHUZE. SHOES. Fedora Ties in Ooze, suitable for prices lower than ever. Come and Lewine Bros. MOORE Manfactui ers 1 Alexandre's Baking Powder. Alexandre's Pure Bpioes. Alexandre's Java ond Rio Blond Coffee. Moore BroB1 White Wine and Apple Vinegar. Moore Bros1 Pure Cldor. Moore Bros' Flint Candy Having purchased Mr. Alexandre's buslnes we a ro now prepare! to nil orders promptly. Patronlzo Home Institutions. Sustain our eftorts to maki Waco a Hroat Manufacturing Coutre. TONES J3JE&OS. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS, WACO. : 1 TEXAS. Have removed from Paoiffo Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'i LiveryiTransfer STA.BLBS. O. W. DWJD PROPRIETOR. Tlie old Orantl HuUdlng, A'orllt of Plaza, WACO, TEXAS. J. The finest vohicles and horses in tb oity. Call carriages for ladies a spo cialty and when desired, ladies can have a driver m livery. All trains met. Prompt attention to fall orders and boarded on reasonable "terms.! W.D SIAYBIELD. I'rosldent. J. ll.'TlKr.r. The Gity Savings Bank CHARTERED FEB.12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,00 No v offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest paya from date. Ladies', Misses' Children's Men's Youths' and Boys' STRAW HATS. for 5c, worth 15c. Black and White Sailors for 15c, and and White nice Straws for 25c White Soft Straw for 35c Boys' Yacht Hats for 50c, worth Sizes Men's fo 55 cents, worth colored Wide Brim 50c, for Misses worth $1.00. Youths' Straw Hats Opera Toe Oxford Toe Shooze Shoozc for for 50 cents. 50 cents. Patent Tip Oxfords for 75 cents. Turn Tip Oxfords for gi.oo. Fine Canvass Oxford Fedora Tics in red. fine trade. Will sell them for see them. ROTHERS. Whclesale Grocers, satisfaction guaranteed. Hot Vina Pr.i.in .inriM'n. 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