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3 THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY MAY 30 i892
Tiif. Kuw Is authorize I to anuonnce that W
II. Jenkins Is cindldate for ro election to
tbeofllco of county Jmlce or MoIj"iinan con n ty
abject t tbo actioa of tha Ueinocrtlo p t y ,
TOn COtmTY ATTOn.NET.
WeatoanthTiicd to annonnco Cap!. T, A.
Blair at a dandldato for conaty attorney of Mo
Lennati oonnty, snbjeot to the action of tlio
Mr H. A Uogan anthorltes us to annonnco
that ho Is a o-uidldato for county nttornoy of
McLennan conuty, subject to tho action of the
Thk Newr Is authorized to annonnco that
Judgo 1). II. Hardy is a candidato for county
attorney or McLennan county, subject to tho
action of the Democratic party.
TiieNkws Is authorize 1 to annonnco Lnd
Williams a a o".nldt8 for election to tho
office of County Attorney, subject to the action
of the Democratic party.
The News It authorized to annonnco T.
J. lTImm as n candidate Tor tax collector for
McLennan county, subject to the action or the
Wo aro authorlied to announce Mr. J. C
Jurnoy as candidato ror tho ottlce of . ounty
Tax Collector, subject to tho action of tho Dem
ocrats of McLennan county.
Thk News Is authorized to annonnco Mr. E.
D. Kussellas ncind'dato for tax collector or
McLennan county, subject to tho action or tho
Wc are authorized tn nnnouuee that Luke
Moore 1b a candid He for tax collector of Mc
Lennan county, subject to the action of the
TiieNewsIs authorised ti announce F. P.
Madden as a candidate for county assesor. sub
ject to the action or the Oemocrutlo party.
The 'ews Is authorized to announce that
rink ll.Pojriietsacriudldate tor re-olo;tion to
tho otHco or county tnx assessor, subject to tho
action of the Democratic party
We are authorized to annonnco Joe F. Ellison
as a candidate for sheriff at the enulnic elec
tion, subject to tho action of tho Democratic
W. L. Burke Is a candidate for sheriff or Mc
Lennan county, subject to the notion of the
Dan Ford ! a candidate ror rc-eloctlon to the
office of sheriff or McLennan connt , subject to
the action of the Democratic party.
Wenreautho-lzedto annonnco J. P.Naylorof
Moody as a candidate for sher ff. subject to the
action of the Democratic party of McLennan
. . -.
FOU DISIUUCT CLF.UK.
We ere authorized to announce thnt Mr. Z.
F. Ilcadey is a oonfildate for re-eloction to the
office of district clerk of McLennan county,
tublect to tro action of the Democratlo rarty,
The News Is authorized to announce Ed
Sparks as a candidate for district clerk, subjict
to tho action of the Democraiic party.
The News Is authorized to announce Dr. K.
W. Burger as a candidate for tho office of dis
trict clerk, subject to the action or the Demo
roil COUNTY CLERK.
The Vxws Is authorized to announce that
T. II.KUllogeworth.l8 a candidate for county
clerk of McLennan connty. subject to the ac
tion or the Democratic party.
The News Is authorized to announce that
Tom 11. Urown4aa candidate lor county clerk
of McLennan connty, subject to the action of
We are authorized to announce Jno F. Mar
shall bb a dandldate for tho office of county
clerk, snbject to the action of tho Democratic
The News Is authorized to annonnco J W.
Frost hs acsnd'dte for county clerk at the
ensuing election, subject to the uct!on of the
Democriittc party .
The News 1b authorized to announce George
T. Keeblc as a candidate for county clerk ol
McLennan county, tuujtct to the action or the
we me authorized to nnroimre thnt Prof. J.
R. Couyers Is n candidate Tor reelection to the
oftlrei rccunty Suptrlnttndent orl'ubllo In
struction orMcLenr.au county, subject to the
action or the Democi atlc party.
We are authorized to announce that Robert
8, Rots Is a condldHte ror ro-electlon to the
office of treaenrtr or McLennan county, subject
to tho action of the Democratic patty.
ron county sunvEYon.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Andrew
Goddard as candidate for re-election to the
office of county surveyor, subject to tho action
of the Democratic Party.
?on justice of the J'EACE .
Wc are authorized to announce that J. N.
Gallagher Is a cm dtdate ror re election to the
office or Justice orthe I'eace Precinct No. I,
atcLcnran county, subject to tho action of the
We are authorized to aunoancc J. T. Harri
son bb a candidate ror re-election to tho office
of Justice of tho Peace Precinct No. 1 MoLen
nan county, subject to the action or tho Dem
The Nkwr Is authorized to Announce Deo
Cook as a candidate ror re-election to the office
or constable of rrecinct No. 1 McLennan coun
ty, subject to the action of tho Democratic patty.
Mr. James n. Lockwood authorizes na to
announce him ns a candidate. for constable of
precinct No. 1 McLennan cuunty, subject to the
action or tho Democracy.
A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man
Are you Bilious, Constlpatednnd
.troubled with Jaundio SickHead
nohe, Bad Taste In Mouth, Filn
Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia
Indigestion, Hot Dry Bkln, Pain in
Baok and between the Bhoulders,
Chills and Feyer, &o. If you have
any of these symptoms, your .Liver le
out of order your blood 1b elowly
boinjj poisoned, because your Liver
does not aot properly. Hehiune will
cure any disorder of the Liver,8tom
aoh orBowels. It has no equal as a
Uver Medicine. Price 75 cents. Free
sample bottle at H. O. Risher's Drug
Nothing better in Waco th
Early's 40o candy,
an J. A.
KETUnKlMO FHOM TUB HUNT.
IJlfHIS MAN has been hunting
"" 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 mr.i. nci:.
An Ordinance to Atnend Artiolo ofc-4
of the Digest of City Ordinances of
tho City of Waco.
Bo it ordained by the oity council
of the oity of Waco:
Section 1. That article 5S4 of the
Digest of the city ordinances of the
city of Waco shall be so amended as
to read as follows: Whoever in this
city shall on Sunday sell, oiler for sale,
give away, or in any other manner dis
pose of any spirituous, vinous, or other
intoxicating liquors, or shall keep open
the doors of any barroom, saloon, or
other house or place whore any suoh
liquors are kept or sold, or shall play at
any gaino of billiards, pool, bagatello,
jenny lind, pigeon hole, base ball or
any other game of chance, at which
anything of value is lost or won, or
shall be engaged in running any horse
race, or shall engage in rnatoh shoot
ing, or shall dischargo 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 deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be fined in any sum not
lees than twenty nor moro than fifty
dollars; provided, that eo much of this
article as referB to processions and
musio shall not apply to funeral pro
cessions nor to cases where the mayor
shall have given written permission.
bee. z. I bat this ordinance shall
take eilcot and be in force from and
after its passago.
Passed October 15, 1891.
Note Tho foregoing ordinance,
not having been signed by the mayor
nor returned to the council with his
objections thereto within three days
alter its passage, thereupon became a
law without bis signature
Extras for Buggies.
Carriage and buggy tops, carriage
and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, cush
ions, 'izy baoks, springs, 5tb wheels,
shaft shackles, prop nuts, prop
joints, oots, storm aprons, shaft tips
single t 'ees, shafts in pairs or odd,
poles, breast yokes, polo circles, dashes,
dash raiis, seat handles, etc, oart
wheels and springs, at
T. P. Sparks & Son's.
This is Pretty Good,
Mr. John 0. Goodman, a oarpenter
of Danville, 111., writes: "About
two weeks ago a heavy saw log fell
upon my foot very badly crushing it
it, so that I was unable to walk at all.
I sont for a bottle of Ballard's Snow
Linament and kept my foot well sat
urated with it. It is now two weeks
since this happened, and my foot is
nearly well and I am at work. Had
I not used Snow Liniment I'sbould
have been laid up at least two months.
For healing Wounds, Sprains, SoreB
and Bruises it has no equal. No in
flamation can exist where Snow Lini
ment iB used. "You oan use this let
ter." Beware of all white liniments sub
stituted for Snow Liniment. Thero
is no othor liniment like Ballard's
Snow Liniment. Sold by H. 0. Rioh
or & Co.
A J. Loslio for first-olass watoh
clook and jewelry ropairing. Same
building with JJ. E. Ambold Austin
MOSTLY FOR CLARK.
OPI.MONNOF THE lU'.VriST.N
Interview With .Member of the
State Deiitnl .iMkocliitlou nt to the
Choice of Their Count)" (or (iov
ernnr. From tho Fort Worth Gazette
Before the adjournment of the
Texas Dental association Thursday, a
representative of the Gazette inter
viewed several of tho members as to
the political sentiment of the scotionB
iu which they live. As these gentle
men hail from various and widely
separated portions of the state, their
opinions are of somo interest to tho
Dr. J. H. Grant, president of the
association, who lives in Palestine,
Anderson county, was first seen and
said: "Anderson county's delegates
to tho convention are uniustructcd,
but they aro understood to be for
Dr. Smith, Huntsville, Walker
county "How the political situation
is in my county I am unablo to say,
but the Clark men are claiming the
county by a small majority."
Dr. C. 13. Lewis. Ennis, Ellis coun
ty "Tho town of Ennis is for Clark,
but the county will be closely con-
! tested. Clark stock has been look
ing up wonderfully during the last
ten days, however, and I think the
county can bo carried for him."
Dr. R. V. Carroll, Beaumont,
Jefferson county "Jefferson county
is strictly for Clark, tho littlo town of
l3eaumont alone having a Clark club
of over 500 members."
Dr. G. S. Staple, Sherman, Gray
son county "Our county is very
much divided, and the result is un
Dr. H. J. McBride, Tyler, Smith
county ''Political sentiment in
Smith county is very muoh divided,
and especially in Tyler. There is
considerable dissatisfaction, but as a
matter of county pride Governor
Hogg will bo indorsed."
Dr. T. N. Brown, Abilene, Taylor
county "Wo are dead for Clark and
our delegates arc so instructed."
Dr. T, L. Westfield, Dallas "The
sentiment in Dallas is for a change in
Dr. S. V7. JohnEon, Llano, Llano
county "Politics isn't much discuss
ed in Llano. It is a secondary mat
ter as compared with tho boom."
Dr. James T. Melton, Waco, Mc
Lennan county "Waco is for Clark,
but tho county is very close. I think,
however, it will indorse Clark.''
Dr. F. E. Gaston, Tyler, Smith
county "There ir some opposition to
the administration, but both county
and town will instruct for Governor
Dr. A. Orven, Cisco, Eastland,
county "Clark is tho man out our
way and the convention which meets
Saturday will instruct delegates to
support him in tho state convention."
Dr. James Grover, San Saba, San
Saba county "I am of the opinion
that Hogg is in the lead in San Saba
countv, but not overwhelmingly so."
Dr.'R. H.Blair, Dallas "Both the
city and county of Dallas aro for
Dr. W. N. Murphy, LaGranrje,
Fayette county "Nobody is known
in tho race for governor except George
ClarW. Faette county wants a
change and that bad."
Dr. M. S. Reed, Corsicana, Navarro
oounty-"Our county is tho worst
split-up in the state, politically, Tho
third party is very strong, and I hardly
know wuion candidato the county
favors. Hogg is probably the
Dr. II. M. Davidson, Hubbard
City, Hill county "Both our town
and county aro for Hogc;. The third
party is, however, stronger than both
Bargains For this Week.
Flowored cups and saucers a set,
Flowered plates, for G, 75c.
Best half gallon ioo cream freezer,
One dozen quart fruit jirs, 90c.
Milk crocks, per gallon lOo.
Twelve cakesof fine toilet Boap, 30o
Largo Ironstono bowl and pitcher
Medicated Carbolio soap, 10c.
Handsome flowored china spittoons,
Elegant glass fly traps, 20o.
Paintod covered slop bucket, 35.
Largo split covered basket, 25o.
Extra largo drip coOeo pot, 85o.
Men's over jaokota or jumpers, 30c.
First olass buggy whip, 20.
CUMMINS' 5 & 10 CENT STORE,
703 Austin Avo between Seventh
and Eighth street.
Hons. W. M. Walton of Austin and
W. H. Popo of Marshall
Hon. W. M. Walton, of Austin,
Texas, will speak in tho interest of
Judge Clark as follows:
San Angclo, Friday, May 27.
Coleman, Saturday, May 2S.
Bronwood, Monday, May UO.
Goldthwaite, Tuesday, May 3I.
Lampasas, Wednesday, Juno 1.
Temple, Thursday, June 2.
Hon. W. II. Popo of Marshall, will
address the people in tho interest of
Judgo Clark as follows:
Paris, Wednesday, Juno 1.
Honey Grove, Thursday, Juno 2.
McKinney, Saturday, June !.
Gatesvillc, Monday, June (i.
It isnH the usual wxy
it's just tho reverse to pay a
Satient when yon can't euro him.
cvertliclcss, that's what's done by
the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. They promise to
pay you $500 if they can't euro
your catarrh, no matter how bad
tho case. Tt isn't moro talk it's
business. You can satisfy yourself
of it, if you're interested. And you
ought to be, if you havo catarrh.
It's faith in their medicino that's
behind the offer. It has cured
thousands of tho worst cases, whero
ei srything else failed. You can bo
cured, too. If you can't, you got
the money. They'ro willing to take
tho risk you ought to be glad to
tako the medicine.
It's the cheapest medicino you
can buy, hecauso it's guaranteed to
give satisfaction, or your money io
lou. only pay for the good
cet. Can vou ask more ?
That's tho peculiar plan all Dr,
Pierce's medicines aro sold oil
For Sale A Rare Bargain.
I have a complete sot of abstract
books of tho deed records of tho city
of Waco and its suburbs, consisting
of thirteen large volumes, with ample
room to keep tho records for twenty
years broutrht down to date. Theso
books I wish to soil and will let them
go at a bargain for cash, or I will trade
thura for real estate in the oity of
Waco. Not being able to ect a suit
able man.to make out abstraots and
keep the "books, and being unablo to
givo tho necessary timo to the books
myself, is my reason for wanting to
soil. If dosired I can furnish desk
room and vault room for the books in
my office for the purchaser. This is a
splendid opportunity for a man to
start up a good business. The right
kind of a man can got a bargain, not
only in these abstraot books, but in
city real estato. My list of bargains
cannot be equaled. Call and see mo.
Office in Pacifio hotel building.
James I. Moore.
A Suro Cure for Plies.
' Itching Piles are known by mois
ture liko perspiration, causing intense
itching when warm. This form as
well as Blind, Bleeding or Protrud
ing, yiold at onco to Dr. Bosanko's
Pilo Romedy, which aots dirootly on
parts effeoted, absorbs tumors, allays
itching and effeots a permanont ouro.
50 cts. Druggists or mail Circulars
freo. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by W. B
Morrison & Co.
The First Step.
Perhaps you aro run down, can't
eat, can't sleep, oan't think, can't do
anything to your satisfaction, and you
wonder what ails you. You Bhould
heed tho warning, you aro taking the
first stop into Nervous Prostration.
You neod a Norvo Tonio and in Eleo
trio Bitters you will find the exact
romedy for restoring your nervous sys
tem 10 us normal, ncaitny condition.
Surprising results follow tho uso of this
great Nervo Tonic and Alterative.
Your appotito returns, good digestion
is restored, and tho Liver and Kidnoys
resumo healthy action. Try a bottle.
l'noo olic.-at W. ii. Morrison & Co.
Dr. Goo. P. Mann, aontist. Full
et of upper or lowor toeth, $12.50.
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUCLAS
S3 SHOE QENfeSIBH
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEYP
it is u seamless shoo, with no tnekn or wax thread
to hurt tliofcct; mailo of tho licst lino cair, etyllsti
and eay, ami because ire mnlc morn thoei of this
pnulti than any vthermanttfuctuier, It equals hand-sow-eil
stiocR oostliiir Irotu Sl.OO to 8V0U.
CC (Ml (ieiitilup llnnil-NC,m,il, tho flnet calf
iiJm rIioo ever offered for $5.UU equals FrcncU
ImvKirtPd shoes which cost from SSflito $12.0J.
CIA 0 lliiml-SiMviMl Well Slims flno cair,
JJ Ftllsh, romtnrtalilo ami durable. 1 holiest
ehoo ever ottered at this prlco 1 mime grndo as cus
tominniln fIiocs costing from (us.uu to $9.u.
Q9 Hit l'olici Mioi't Farmers, ltallroad Men
Pv, nml Letter Cnrriorsnll M'nr them; lluocntf,
seamless, smooth inside heavy tlireo solos, oxtcu
Floneilk'o. 0110 pair will wear n year.
(CO 50 flno rnlfi no hotter nlmo ever offered at
UtiSim this prlco; one trial will convince thosa
who want a shoo for comfort and service.
CO U.I nml !'2.0lt Worldnsiunn'n shoes
lttz.m aro very stroiiR and durable. Thoso who
liavo Riven them n trial will wear 110 othcrmako.
JJflVcl S-.00 nml SI. 75 school shoos aro
JWjtB worn hy tho hoyscverywhere; thcysoll
nn their merits, ns tho Increasing sales show.
I sH Soc SII.OO lliiiiil-NiMved Bhoe, best
HCIU ICO i)i)iiKola,verygtyll9hieiiuaUFrencl
Imported shoes cnstlmrf rnm Sl.uii to SG.tu.
Ladles' '2.r0. SM.OO nml Si. 7,1 shoo for
Zllsscs are tho host line Dongola. Ktyllsti and durable.
Caution. See that V. I.. Hondas' immo and
prlco aru stamped ou tho bottom of each shoo.
rrTAKB No siMisTiTUTr:.aj
Insist on local ndvertled dealers 6iinplylni-yon.
W. Li, DOUGLASS lSrocklou.IUitDii. Sold 03
J. Hansel Wood Shoe and Clothing
& doitructive accnt, tint, d'io (Ira, cos.
xumai and annihilate! lifo.
la tliere n siiikIc particle o' blood polxon
In your veins'' ltewuro! Likn tii do
vonrinir Haute, It increases in force and
leaves oiuy destruction in its track.
Poison iti the V n.il is due sometimes t
contagion, botnetnnos it i nheritcd. It
ruins health. 110 nutter from vliic.li source
itspringi. It feeds iu a liu.nbiu manner
on the ricsh, and devastate. eeiy organ
of the body, l'itiablo in trio extreme)
would be the condition of that man await
ing death from the etlects of scroful.
lyphilis, deep-sented ulcer rcttenlng oi
the bones, slougliiiu; of the flesb, aching
Iolnts, etc., were there no salvation foi
dm. Hut there la; for, a'though thesa
conditions continue to grot worse if neg
lected, he nevertheless enn be saved to a
life of usefulness, and every iruteof blood
poison can be eliminated from liis system
and In be made safe from further suffer
ing, and his posterity insured against th
possibilitvof a fearful heritnKv, easily and
quickly, if ho will only use hat infallible
Antidota for blood poison, Dr. John Bull's
Sarsaparilla. It contains just such ingre
dients as nature has provici.d for cleans
ing tho blood of every Impurity, for re
storing strength to the diges.ive processes.
for assisti n, in tho correct assimilution 01
nutrition and building up now tissue.
Try it when other remedies havo failed.
It has never nnd never will disappoint any
one. J. 1). Morse, Clinton, lnd., writes :
" I was for many years antei ted with cen
taclous blood poison. Portlonn of my rleilS
seemed to be lulrly putrid and mortifying,
11 y hair fell out, and I wm an object ot re
pulsion to e.ery one. My breath imelled
horrible, and I had catarrh w fcnrfully bad
that pieces ot frontal bones rotted nnd cams
out my nostrils. I lost the tense ot taste
Snd smell. I became a veritable bag o'
ones, and weighed only eighty-nine
pounds. I could bnrdly slesp from pain,
Snd Wat so woak I could hardly walk. The
odors said I could not live many months.
A druggist persuaded me to try Dr. llulPe
EarianarilU, and traneo as It may seem,
that lemedy saved my Ufa and brought me
baok to health. I now weigh 130 pounds,
am free from pain tnd sores, aud although
have deep scars whore sores were, I consider
myself In excellent health."
1KB-Don't wait for your ohlld to have
spasms. Remove tho worms at once with
Dr. John Bull's Worm Destroyers.
Mr My wife bad chills and fever for
nearly n year. At last Hmlth'a Tonic Syrup
broke them up, nnd I now prescribe It In my
practice. Vf. A. H". Travii, Silver Lake, Kat.
John D. Pxrk & Sons, WhoUtale Agent,
UZ, 177 and 178 Sycamore BL, OSfclnnaU, Ok
Hundreds of fathers who aro now
buying medicino for their babies at
tho Old Corner drug store, thomselvos
took medicino bought for them at tho
same old oornor by their fathers when
thoy were children. Things como and
go but tho Old Corner drug store re
If you havo houses to rent or wish
If you havo lots, houses, ranohe or
any othor property to buy or sell
You will find it to your interest to
oonsult tho old reliable real cstatemon,
Bem, & Sassasun, No. 411, Fran