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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY MAY 27 1892
FOK COUrTY JUD(1K.
The New 1 authorize t to anuonuce that W
fl. JcnMnsis i cindldnto for reelection to
tbeomeoolcouiityJiuWeor MoLeunsn con aty
abject t the .ictloa of th ) t)Jin utMo p.r ty ,
ron coukty attoinet.
WoarcBnth-rlzed to annonnco Capl. T. A.
Blalt bi a 'lamlldato Tor couoty attorney or Mo
Lcnnan county, snbjeot to the action of tno
Mr S. A llognn authorises us to announce,
that ho i a cmlliiato for county atiornoy or
StcLennan county, nbjcct to tho action or the
Thk News is authorized to announce that
JudKe 1) Hardy Is a candidate for county
attorney of MoLemian county, subject to tho
action of the Democratic party.
TheNkws Is authorize I to announce Lud
Williams a n cnmtldate for election to the
office otCounty Attorney, subject to the acUon
of tho Democratic party.
FOn TAX COLLECTOR.
Tiie News I authorized to announce T.
J. lTlmm ai n candidate Tor tax collector for
McLennan county, subject to the action of tho
Wo aro authorized to announce Mr. J. G
Jnrney as candidate for tho oUlco of i onnty
Tax Collector, subject to tho action of the Dem
ocrats of McLennan county.
The NewsIs authorized to announce Mr. K.
D.Huesellas acnddto for tax collector or
McLcnnnn county, subject to tho action of tho
Wo aro authorized to announce that "Luke
Moore is a catidUUta for tac collector of Mc
Lennan county, subject to the action of the
TiieKewsIs authorised to annonnce F. P.
Madden as a candidate for county asBeor, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic party.
The News Is authorized to announce 'that
Pink II. I'ogue Is n candidate for ro-olo:tlon to
the offlce of county tax assessor, subject to tho
action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce Joe P. Ellison
as a candidate for sheriff at the eniulng elec
tion, subject to the action or the Democratic
W. L. Burke ts a candidate for sheriff of Mc
Lennan county, subject to tho action of tho
Dan Ford 1 a candidate for re-eloctlon to the
office of Bherlff or McLennan count , subject to
the action of the Democratlo party.
We aro authorized to announce J. P.Xaylor of
Moody as a candidate for sher ff. subject to the
action of the Democratlo party of McLennan
FOIl DISmtlCT CLEUK.
We are authorized to anionnce that Mr. Z.
T. Bcasleylsaoindldate for re-election to the
office of district clerk of McLennan county,
snblect to ttie action oftho Democratlo party.
The News 1b authorized to annonnce Ed
Bparks as a candidate for district clerk, subject
to the action of the Democratlo party.
TriE News Is authorized to announce Dr. F.
W. Burger as a candidate for the offlco of dis
trict clerk, subject to the action of the Demo
rOK COUKTY CLEUK.
The JVbivb Is authorized to annonnco that
T. Il.KIIlinpsworthls a candidate for county
clerk of McLennan county, subject to the ac
Uon of the Democratic party.
The News Is authorized to annonnce that
Tom II. Brown la a candidate for county clerk
of McLennan county, subject to the action of
We are authorized to announce Jno F. Mar
shall as a dandldate for tho olllve of county
clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic
t The News Is authorized to announce J W.
FTOstag acand'dste for county clerk at the
ensuing election, snbject to the action of the
The News Is authorized to announce George
T. Keeble as a candidate for county clerk of
McLennan county, subject to the action of tho
we are authorized to onrotince thnt Prof. J,
R.Conyers Is ncundldate for re-election to the
o Hire i rccunty SupirinUndent ofl'nbllc In
struction of McLetit an county, subject to the
action of the Dcmoci atic party.
We are authorized to annonnce that Robert
8, Roes Is a candidate Tor re-eloctlon to the
offlce of trc asnrer of McLennan county, subject
to the action of the Democratlo party.
FOR OOUNTY SURVEYOR.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Andrew
Goddard aa candidate for re-election to the
office of count; survej or, subject to the action
oftho Democratic Farty.
70R JUSTICE OF THE PEACE .
We ate authorized to announce that J. N.
Gallagher Is a cm dldate lor re-election to the
offlce of Justice of the Peace Precinct No. I,
McLennan county, snbject to the action o( the
We are authorized to aunoancc J. T. Harri
son as it candidate for re-election to the office
of Justice of tho Peace Precinct No. 1 McLen
nan county, subject to the action of tho Dem
The News Is authorized to announce Ieo
Cook as a candidate for re-election to the office
of constable of precinct No. 1 McLennan coun
ty, subject to the action of the Democratic patty.
Mr. James n Lockwood authorizes us tn
announce him bn b, candidate lor constable of
precinct no. 1 .McLennan county, subject to the
action of the Democracy.
A Sound Liver MaKes a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Constlpatedand
troubled with Jaundlte SickHead
aohe, Bad Tasto In Mouth, Flln
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia
Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Pain In
Back and botweeu the Shoulders,
Chills and Feyer, &o. If you have
any of these symptoms, your iilver ie
out of order your blood is elowly
beinjr poisoned, becauBo your Liver
does not aot proporly. Herbine will
cure any disorder of tho Liver,Btom
aoh orBowels. It has no equal as a
Liver Medicine Price 75 cents. Free
sample bottle atfl. C. BiBher'sDrug
We don't piece our woik to make
it fit, but make everything to order and
guarantee it. Dalies Screen Co.
ta te It.
BXTDUNLKO THOU VIIR HUNT.
MHIS MAN has been hunting
tt with one of H. E. Ambold's
fine guns sure shot. Fine guns
for sale or for hire. .
H. E. AMBOLD,
419 Austin Street.
An Ordinanco to Amend Artiolo 5i4
of the Digost of City Ordinances of
tho City of Waco.
Bo it ordained by tho city council
of the oity of Waco:
Section 1. That article 5S-1 oftho
Digest of the city ordinances of tho
city of Waco shall be so amended aB
to read as follows: Whoever in this
city shall on Sunday sell, offer for salo,
give away, or in any other manner dis
pose of any spirituous, vinous, or other
intoxioating liquors, or shall keep open
the doors of any barroom, saloon, or
other house or placo where any such
liquors are kept or sold, or shall play at
any gamo of billiards, pool, bagatelle,
jenny lind, pigeon hole, base ball or
any other gamo of chance, at which
anything of value is lost or won, or
shall be engaged in running any horse
race, or shall engage in match shoot
ing, or shall discharge any fire arms
at or in any gun shop or shooting gal
lery, or shall on Sunday march in any
procession, or otherwise, with musio,
through tho streets or other publio
places, or shall play on any musical
instrument in any publio placo so as
to disturb tho peace and quiet of
others, shall bo deomedv guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be fined in any sum not
less than twenty nor more than fifty
dollars; provided, that so much of this
articlo as refers to processions and
musio shall not apply to funeral pro
cessions nor to cases where the mayor
shall have given written permission.
Sec. 2. That this ordinance shall
take effect and be in force from and
after its passage.
Passed October lo, 1891.
Note Tho foregoing1 ordinance,
not having been signed by tho mayor
nor returned to the council with his
objections thereto within three days
after its passage, thereupon became a
law without his signature.
Extras for Buggies.
Uarriago and buggy tops, carriage
and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, cush
ions, 'izy baoks, springs, 5th wheols,
shaft shackles, prop nuts, prop
joints, oots, storm aprons, shaft tips
single t -ecs, shafts in pairs or odd,
poles, breast yokcs,polo circles, dashes,
dash rails, seat handles, etc, cart
wheels and springs, at
T. P. Sparks & Son's.
Will Not Turn Loose.
Tho Royal barber shop is still
striotly in it so far as tho most expert
artists, tho sharpest razors and the best
cosmetics are concerned, and tho fact
that no Texan, whother for Clark or
Hogg, will ever bo turnod loose after
taking a scat in one of tho comfortable)
chairs of this establishment till he is
tenderly and olosely shaven, to his on
tiro satisfaction, can be vouched for
by its many patrons.
Pups out of Queon B., byEogerQ.
Mills; Queen B.,out of Bees by Ilex
Imported; Bess out of Queen Im
ported; Roger Q. Mills out of Flash
C., by Moteor Imported; Flash C,
out of Flash Imported. Eight pupa
ofabovo podegreo for sale cheap. Ad
dross Drawer 30 or Ambold's gun
Open any hour in the 24. at Joe
Lehman's, South Fourth street.
All fino brands of liquors kept at J.
l'ersian Froth at MoKennon's
fountain leads thorn all.
A story Is told tllustrutint; the rigid ills
clplino of tho Kus-slnn army. One of tho
grand dukes told thu czur that ft sentinel
at tho ruilroml crossing 11 1 I'otorhof refused
to raise tho gate for his earring, although
the train was not dnu for thrco or four
minutes. "It is against orders, your Im
perial highness," tho i-oldler replied, tlio
rulo being that when tho gate was shut It
must not lio opened until after tho train
hud passed. Tho czar wild ho was glnd to
hear that the soldier knew how to obey or
ders. Tho grand dttko laughed and said
ho wns certain that if tho czar hini&clf had
been present discipline would have given
way. Tho czar did not reply, but a few
days after, to put the matter to tho test,
ho drove up with thu czarina just after tho
gate had been lowered. Tito czar called to
the sentinel to let him pass. The sentinel,
in great trepidation, saluted, but did not
move tho gate.
"Open .tho gate, 1 toll you," cried tho
emperor; "don't jou know who I nmf"
"Yes, your imperial majesty, but it's
against orders, and 1 cannot open the
gate," answered tlto sentinel, still salut
ing and turning almost bluu with anxiety,
but not moving nn inch from his place. "I
am tho czar, and 1 command you to open,"
cried tho czar again. "I can't do it, your
imperial majesty," despairingly cried tho
sentinel, still standing Jinn. Just then tho
train passed. Tho czar burst into laugh
ter, and warmly commending tho aston
ished sentry, presented hint with a twenty
five ruble note and drovo back to tho
palace. Xew York Sun.
A Criticism In .Sclent 111 o Light.
Tho giants in our gigantomachia, whoso
thighs chango nt half their length into
serpents, and which, instead of two legs,
stand on two vertebral columns running
out into heads, with separate brains, spinal
marrows, hearts, intestinal canals, lungs,
kidneys and sense organs, aro and remain
nn Intolerable sight to the morphologically
cultivated eye, and prove that, although
tho sculptors of Pergamon were superior
in technical ability to their predecessors of
tho age of Pericles, they were inferior to
them in reflnenientof artistic feeling. They
wero perhaps pardonable so far as tradition
bound them, for making giants with
The hippocamps and tho Tritons with
horses' legs and double llshtnils which
disfigure tho railings of our Schlossbrucke
come from another time, when the antique
btill ruled unrestrained and morphological
standards were let-s common property than
they aro now. But it is a matter of deep
moment to us if a famous painter of the
present sutlers such monstrosities, issuing
from the trunk, as sleek, sheeny salmon
hardly concealing tho lino between the
human skin and thu scales, to dance real
istically on thu cliffs or splash around in
Tho multitude admires such blue sea
marvels as works of genius; what a genius,
then, must Hollen-llreughel have been!
E. Du Bois-Ueymoud in Popular Science
Country People to tlio front in Cities.
Tho conflict between city people and
those who live in tho country is as old as
history. There always has been nn influx
from without to within. So long as the
area of cities was limited, this was strong
ly and successfully resisted by tho citizens.
They felt themselves a superior class to
tho rustics. Tho very words "urban" and
"rustic" tell the story. 1
Tho Romans called tho outside dwellers
"villani;" from which come two words,
ono of honornblo significance, "villa," and
the other, perhaps a little modified by
mediajval use, "villain." Roman citizens
looked dowu upon tho country folk as an
average Xew Yorker does upon a stray
Jerseymnn from the pines.
All literature has been tinged by this
feeling, aud both writers and statesmen
havo continued to deplore the excessive
growth of cities ns a national evil, and
have exhorted countrymen to stay at borne,
telling them how much better off thej
were in tho country.
Observation has now taught us that this
growth of cities is- a necessary part of the
evolution of our social structure, and that
it is not a growth at thu expenso of the
country, but for the benefit of tho country,
as well ns that of tho city. T. C. Clark in
AVlint n Had Digestion Does.
A doctor has been comparing the state ol
mind of a man before dinner and after whe
suffers from indigestion. Before dinnei
tho patient's thoughts nra something ol
"What a jolly thing life isl How grand
it is to breathe tho pure air, to revel in tin
glorious sunshine, to laugh and be merryi
With friends all around, a prosperous fu
ture before one, all one's Lopes nnd plans
turn out well. It may safely bo said
that wo live in n good country, and that
life is tho most cnjoyablo stnto imagina
ble." .But after dinner, when the salmon and
tlio cucumber and tho lobster salad have
begun to do their deadly work, tho same
man thinks something liko this:
"Life is a fraud. Those who say life is
worth living nro humbugs. Wo go about
tho world with a heavy load of care, and
from morning till night our time is spent
in battling with new nnnoyances. Hills
pour in on every side, failure starc3 us in
tho face, every cherished hope is dashed to
the ground. Bnhl Tho whole thing is
humbugl" London Tit-Bits.
A Miniature Volcnno.
One of tbo curiosities of this country a
curiosity that does not appear in tho his
toriesis tho burning mine nt Summit
Ilill, near Mauch Chunk, Pn. It has been
on flro since 1858, and no schema or device,
though hundreds linvo been tried, has been
able to suppress tho flames. You can see
nothing, but a hill from which steam and
gas esctipo nt n thousand different points.
Tho rocks are so hot that sometimes it is
impossible to touch them without pain,
nnd nil vegetation on tho mountain has
long since disappeared, How deep the fire
extends there nro no means of knowing,
but it certainly must be a miniature vol
cano, and millions of tons of coal since the
fire first started have thus been slowly con
sumed. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Hons. W. M. Walton of Austin
W.H. Popo of Marshall
Hon. W. M. Walon, of Austin,
Texas, will speak in tho interest of
Judgo Clark as follows:
San Angclo, Friday, iMay 27.
Coleman, Saturday, May 2S.
Bronwood, Monday, May 30.
Goldthwaito, Tuesday, May 3I.
Lampasns, Wednesday, Juno 1.
Temple, Thursday, June 2.
Hon. W. II. Popo of Marshall, will
addross the peoplo in tho interest of
Judgo Clark as follows:
Paris, Woduesday, Juno 1.
Honey Grovo, Thursday, J uno 2.
McKinney, Saturday, June 4.
Gatcsville, Monday, June (5.
tho progress of Consumption.
Tho best authorities agreo that it's
a scrofulous affection of the lungs.
If taken in time, and given a fair
trials Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery will effect a cure. Thou
sands have been saved by it thou
sands more are putting it off till
too late. For every form of Scrof
ula, Bronchial, Throat, and Lung
Affections, Weak Lungjs, Severe
Coughs, and kindred ailments, it
is a positive remedy. It's guaran
teed vto do all that's' claimed for it.
If it doesn't benefit or cure, in
every case, your money is returned.
Tho " Discovery " is tho only
Liver, Blood and Lung Remedy
that's sold 60. Think what a medi
cino it must bo !
Especially has it manifested its
potency in curing Tetter, Salt
rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils,
Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or
Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands.
"World's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, Makers, IsTo. 603 Main
Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
A Sure Cure for Piles.
Itching Piles are known by mois
ture liko perspiration, causing intonse
itching when warm. This form as
well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud
ing, yiold at onco to Dr. Bosanko's
Pilo Remedy, which aots directly on
parts effected, absorbs tumors, allays
itohing and effects a permanent cure.
50 ots. Druggists or mail Giroulars
frco. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B.
Morrison & Co.
The First Step.
Perhaps vou aro run down, can't
eat, can't sleop, can't think, can't do
anything to your satisfaction, and yob
wondor what ails you. You should
hoed tho warning, you aro taking tho
firs.t stop into Nervous Prostration.
You neod a Norvo Tonio and in Eleo
trio Biltors you will find tho exact
romedy for restoring your nervous sys
tem to its normal, healthy condition.
Surprising results follow tho use of this
great Nervo Tonic and Alterative.
Your appotito returns, good digestion
is restored, and tho Liver and Kidnoys
resume healthy action. Try a bottle
Price 50c, at W. B. Morrison & Co.
Waves Mountain High
Or somewhat less threaton, during a
storm, to engulf tho venturous voy
agor on the tempestuous Atlantic
Somotimes ho is torn with deep de
spair at such a juncture, sometimes he
is rather glad of it. Tho latter con
dition of mind obtains when he is sea
sick. The diabolical qualms which ho
has undcrgono, and which aro now
aggravated ten fold by tho pitching of
tho ship, rondor him in a measure in
difforont to his fate. This picture is
soarcoly oxaggoratod, as people who
have boon violently soa sick will assuro
you. Travolers and tonrists by sea
and land should alwayB be provided
with flostotter's Stomach Bitters as a
moans of counteracting sea siokness
and tho nervous disturbances or
stomachic troubles begotten of uncom
fortable transit by land or water, or
unwholesomo food hastily Bwallowed
at railway station. Emigrants should
supply thomBelvos with Hoatottor's
Stomach Bitters as a family safeguard
againBt malaria, stomaoh, liver and
bowol complaints, kidney troubles and
" WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLA&
S3 SHOE centph
THE BEST SHOE IN TIIE WORLD FOIl THE MONEYP
It U n penniless Blioo, with tiotaeknor wax thread
to hurt tlio recti inmlo of thn licst lino enlf. Myllsti
nnd easy, nml because u-e write tiiorv. thott of this
praite than tin other manufacturer. It cauals hand
eoweil plioen costlni? from $1.U0 to 3.w.
CSC till Uriiulno llnnil-NiMM'il, tho flnr.tc.il t
HJm hoo ever olTcreil for $5lU equals French
Imported &lioes litcU cost from $3.(10 to 81 1 uo.
tC 00 HiiniNrwril Well Slinr, lino calf,
Pr RtyllMi, eomrortnnla mid durable. Tlio best
thoo ever olTered nt this price t pamo Krndo as cus-lom-ni.Klo
Rhorl costing from SMO to $ .0O.
(SO 50 l'nlleo MIioim Farmers, ltnllroad Men
Pwi midlA'ttcrCarrlcrenllircnrtlicnij tlnocalf,
seamless, smooth Inside, heavy thrco soles, exten
sion edee. Ono pair will w car n year.
CJO AH lln rnlfi no better shoo over ollcredftt
DriSa ibis prlcot ono trial will convince tuoso
who want a bUoo for comfort nnd service.
CO '-!" nml Svi.00 WnrUiiiaiiinri'n shoes
mttim nro very ptrotiR nnd durable. Those who
havo given Ihem ft trial will wear nn other make.
Dnvcl S'-.OO nml Sl.T.'i school shoes am
BJwjrO worn by tlio bojsceryw here: they sell
en their merits, ns tho Increasing sales show.
R nHioc Ml. 00. Iliinil-fMMri'il shoe, best
hull ICO Dongola. very styllshs equals French)
Imported shoes costluK f rom 8I.1O to Jen).
l.nilirft' 'J.50. SJ.IIII nml SI. 75 shoo fop
Mlssesnro tho best line Uongola. htyllsb nnd durable,
Cnutlnn. S?o that W. I Douglas' immo and
price aro stamped on tho bottom of each shoo.
tir TAKE NO SUIISTITl!TK.a
-Insist on local ndvcrtled dealers supplying you.
W. l l)OUUl.A&f Ilroclitou.Miiss. Sold us
J. HanselWood Shoo and Clothing
& dsctrcctlve agent, that, liko fire, COS.
rum as and annihilates lifo.
Is there a single liarticle ol blood poilOQ
In your veins' beware' Like the d
vonring name, it increases in force and
leaves only destruction in its track.
Foison in the blood is due sometimes t
contagion, sometimes it is inherited. It
ruins health, no matter from which source
It springs. It feuds in n horrible inanne
on the llesh, and devastates every organ
of the body, l'itiablo in the extreme
would be the condition of that man await
ing death from the effects of scrofula,
yphilis, deep-seated ulcers, rottening oi
tho bones, sloughing of the llesh, aching
Joints, etc., were there no salvation for
him. But there is; for, although these
conditions continue to grow worse if neg
lected, he nevertheless can be saved to a
life of usefulness, and'every trace of blood
. poison can be eliminated from his system
and he be made safe from further suffer
ing, and his posterity insured against the
possibility of a fearful heritage, easily and
quickly, if he will only use that infallible
antidote for blood poison, Dr. John Bull's
Earsaparllla. It contains just such ingre
dients as nature has provided for cleans
ing tho blood of every impurity, for re
storing strength to the digestive processes,
for assisting in the correct assimilation of
' nutrition and building up new tissue.
Try it when other remedies have failed.
It has never aud never will disappoint any
one. J. B. Morse, Clinton, Ind., vrriUs:
" I waa for many years afflicted with cot
taclous blood poison, l'ortlons of nir fleiQ
learned to be fairly putrid and mortifying;.
My hair fell out, and I waa an object of rt
puldon to every one. My breath imelled
horrible, and I had catarrh so fearfully baa
that pieces of f routal bones rotted and came
out my nostrils. I lost the sense of taste
and smell. I became . veritable one '
bones, and weighed only eighty-nine
pounds. I could hardly sleep from pain,
Snd was so weak I could hardly walk. The
octora said I could not live many months.
A druggist persuaded me to try Or. Bull!
Barsntmrllln, and stranco as it may seem,
that lemedy saved my life and brought me
bnok to health. I now weigh 130 pounds,
am free from pain und sores, and althousn
have deep scars where sores were, I conblder
myself in excellent health."
ar Don't wait for your ohlld to haYe
asms. Remove the worms nt once wllB
John null's worm Destroyers.
WMy wife had chills and fever for
nearly a year. At last Bmlth's Tonlo Synip
broke them up, and I now prescribe It In mjr
pracUce. Dr. A. W Travit, Mvtr Laht, Kai.
John D. Park & Sons, WlwUtale AgenU,
115, 177ud 17S Sycamore St., Oflclnnatl, C
Hundreds of fathers who aro now
buying medicino for their babies at
tho Old Cornor drug store, thomselvoD
took medicino bought for them at tho
same old oornor by their fathers when
thoy wore ohildron. Things come and
go but tho Old Corner drug storo re
If you havo housos to rent or wish
If you havo lota, houses, ranohou or
any othor property to buy or soil '
You will find it to your interest to '
oonsult tbo old roliablo real estatemon, (
Bell & Sassaman, No. 411, Fran j
lin Street. i
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