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THE WACO NEWS, WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1892.
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CITY ELECTIONS
All Ovor tho Stato tho People wero
Voting
FOR MUNICIPAL OFFICERS.
And Tlioj-Dlil Well In Other tiltle
iin In AVaco.-Tlio l'mitlicr City luiN
1'aildocK Tor Mayor -- Ilitllim Al
low tlio lloinocriitlc Ticket to k
I'mlcr in Oue Wurd and 1'iix C'ot
Merchant : Tailor,
If you want a first class bus
iness or dress suit of fine new
brands of goods made in the
highest style of art with, ele
gaut trimmings and perfect
workmanship and at reason
able prices, take your orders
to W. A. Schaffer, the leading
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 416 1-2 Austin St., Upstairs
Mr. G. A. Laok is the cutter ol the
establishment.
a ma a M.AVKU iirrs nowrs
one Mnn Kills Anollior and I Ilim
Holf Ijllled by a Train,
By AMocIateil PrcistDThoNtwi:
Panama, April 5. During the bat
tle at Culebra today a baker named
Anderson and a man named Yeatmaa
quarrelled over a woman partner.
Yeatman seized Andeison by the
throat and Anderson plunged a knifo
into Yeatman's heart killing him in
stantly. With great difficulty Ander
ton freeded himself from tho corpo
and escaped down the railroad track.
He was run over and killed by an ex
prets train.
The following cities and town hold
clectiona yesterday with tho result
herewith given-
koht worn II.
Tho election was quiet yesterday
aud 4,222 votes were east. Capt. B. B
Paddock defeated Dr. Broiles by SS5
majority. All tho Democra'io nomi
nees were elected aldermen, as fol
lows: W. Q. Ward, J. P. Nioks,
George Nies, W. B. Tucker,
M. J. Lowis, Milt Bowles and Capt.
Joe C. Terrell.
AT CLEIIURNE.
Tho city oleotion passed off quietly.
J. II. Boyd was elected mayor. Alder
men: First ward, C. J. Morton;
Second ward, S. 13. Allen and J. A.
Estcll; Third ward, A. F. Lode.
AT DALLAS.
Tho oity Democratic ticket was sue
ooBsful yesterday excepting in the tax
collector's race, where J. C. Bogol,
independent, candidate for re-oleotion,
defeated Ford House, the nomineo, by
about 200 votes. J. D. Keating, tho
Democratic nominee for alderman in
the Sixth ward, was also defeated by
Morris Lacy, independent.
Geo. Blakoney, Democratic nominee
for tax assessor, was nleoted by COO
majority over Ed. Ford, independent.
Captaiu Arnold Miles, for oity mar
shal, had no opponent.
AT SHERMAN.
The city election bore yesterday re
sulted in the oleotion of Joe Milton,
city marshal, 200 majority; L. Brann,
The
One of daintiest 5 cent cigars
Texas
ovor offorod to tho public
Puro tobacco, woll made, free
Horned
smoker, delicious aroma. Try it.
Frog.
Kept by tho Now Cigar Store, No. 110
South Fourth street, next to telegraph
office.
W. Moses.
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in Waco.
Canns, city attorney; Bon Brooks,
treasurer; C M Bailey, secretary, and
J W Puckott, assessor.
AT TYLER.
Tho oity election yesterday passed
off Hinid much exoitcment nnd result
ed in tho election of the following.
City attornoy, D Y Gaynes, city
marshal, C H Laythan, oity treasurer,
W L Cain, city sccrotary, T M Adams:
oity assessessorand oollootor, N. frost
land; alderman John Durst, T H
Cox, Robert Clark, B Borgtiold. Total
vote polled, 1,350.
In the Courts.
ARSENICAND AMMONIA.
Remarkable Contrast in tho Effect
or Two Poisons on the
Complexion.
The slow absorption of many pois
odb changes in sonio more or less mod
iGcd form tho complexion, hut arsenic
nnd ammonia show tboir effeot about
as quickly as auy Tho popular bo
lief that arsenic dears the complexion
lias led many silly women to kill
themsolves with it in small, continued
doses.
3t produces a waxy, ivory-like ap
pearance of tho skin during a certain
Mage of tho poisoning, but its terrible
after effects have beoome to well
known to mako it of oommon uao as a
cosmetio.
Tho effects of ammonia upon tho
complexion are directly the opposite
to that of arsenic The first symptom
of ammonia poisoning whioh appears
mong those who work in ammonia
factories is a diecoloration of tho skin
of the nose and forehead. This grad
ually extends ovor tho face until tho
complexion has a stained, blotched,
aud unsightly appoaranco. With peo
ple who take ammonia into their sys
tems in smaller dosos, as with their
water or food, thoso striking symp
toms do not appear so soon. Tho only
effoot of tho poison that is visible for
a time is a general unwholesomencss
and sallownees of the comploxion.
Many people aro slowly absorbing
immoiiia poison without knowing it.
Tho uso of ammonia in tho manufac
tures has greatly inorcasod of late, and
it is unquestionably used as an adul
terant in certain food preparations.
Ofiioial analvsis have nlainlv etinurn
its uso even in such cheap aiticles of
evory uay consumption as baking
powders. The continued absorption
of ammonia in oven minuto quantities
as an adulterant in food is ininrinun
not merely from its effect upon tho
uuuiuuxiuu, due Decauso it destroys
the coating of tho stomach and causes
dyspepsia and kindred evils.
Professor Long of Chtaago, is au
thority for tho statement that, if to
fifty million parts of water there is
ono part of ammonia, tho water is
dangerous.
Ray Napier, tho well known and
popular, has purohased the Hotel
Royal cigar stand,and will honooforth
o louna mere. ..
oity attorney, H. Barlow, treasurer;
Ben Roe, secretary; Bob Harris, as
sessor and collector.
AT I.ONQVIEW.
The oity election resulted as follows:
F. L. Whaloy, mayor, Jack Munden,
oity marshal; V. S. Mayfield, treasurer;
W. S. Tyson, assessor and collector;
aldermen, no opposition.
W1TOIIITA FALLS.
Tho oity election yesterday resulted
in the election of tho following officers:
J. O Morrison, mayor: A D. An
derson, assessor and collector; W. M.
McGregor,
sooretary;
attorney,
treasurer; W D Adams,
W. T. Harris,
A. M. Davis, marshal; R. E.
Hull' and II. Barwiso, aldermen.
AT IIONKV OUOVE.
Total vote, 255, J. II. Smith was
elected mayor by 41 majority. All
the old aldermen re-elected, except
N. B. Smith, dofoatcd by J. W. Prefet.
AT TERRELL
Tho offioora eleoted yesterday are:
John Warren, attorney; Joo Keeler,
marshal; J. W. Todd, secretary and
treasurer. Alderman C- 0. Burbank,
Rufo Russell and G. W. Gray.
AT COLORADO.
Tho oity election, whioh was held
hero yesterday, resulted as follows:
J. T. Harkness,mayor; W. R. Smith,
city attornoy; D. Burrolsmith, secre
tary; J. E. Rogors, treasurer; Leo D.
Parks, marshal; II. C. Townsend, Gus
Bertnor, M. Hall, B. F. Camp and C.
C. Blaudford wero oleoted aldormen.
AT HICO.
Tho following wero elected for oity
officers yesterday :
Mayor, Daniel Pingree, marshal, II.
Hoopor, aldermen, A. F. Sellers, O.
W. Hughart, O. It Morrison, E. F.
Weaver and T J. Woods.
AT MAKLIN.
Tho city elootion yesterday passed
off quietly and resulted in tho eloo
tion of the following officers: Mar
shal, M. Coleman, oity tax collector,
W. W. Hunnicutt; oity secretary, C.
J. Bartlett; alderman Ward 1, W. A.
J. Nicholson; aldorman Ward iJ, Wil
liam MoOomb; alderman Ward 3, C.
II. Bartlett; school trustees, T. E.
Battle, J. II. Andrews, J. W. Robin
son.
AT ENNIZ
The city elootion yesterday resulted
as follows:
Mayor, G. G. Higginbothan; city
attornoy, F. E. D. Batson; aldorman
Ward 1. W. B. Corbaok; Ward 2, W.
O. Perry; Ward 3, W. E. Bradloy.
AT GAINESVILLE
The oleotion passed eff horo very
quietly, although tlio rivalry was m
tenBO. Tho result was the elootion of
Fred Frashor, marshal, A. B. Mo
DISTRICT COUKT.
Tho case of Gurloy, Ross and Gurley
vs Tho Waco Stato bank which has
ocoupiod tho time of the distriot court
court for tho past two days was con
cluded today at noon- Tho jury re
turned a vordiot in favor of tho plain
tiffs for damages in tho sum of 85,600.
COUNTY COURT.
Tom Waite, Jool .Robinson, II. L.
Combs and Max Crugmau pleaded
guilty in tho county court this morn
ing to the charge of keeping their
I saloons open on Sunday, and wore
hned $220 and costs each. The fines
and costs in these four oases aggre
gated $192.90.
Fivo knights of the greon oloth also
pleaded guilty and paid up.
John Dond is on trial this afternoon
oharged with aggrevated assault and
battery on J. J. Fortune. Tho de
fendent is represented by Kingnburry
& Kingsburry.
MAYOR'S COURT.
Mayor MoCullooh was on hand this
morning as usual at tho mayor's court
and presided with becoming dignity
as heretofore.
Walter O'Brien charged with vio
lent, offensive and obstreperous con
duct was discharged.
A man whose namo was unknown,
was acquitted of tho charge of assault
and battery upon Charles Arena.
E. P. Ockander and Moso Thomp
son wore arranged for fighting to
gether. Tho former was fined $5 and
tho latter discharged.
Jane Bell and J. Phillips were fined
15 each for intoxication.
It Does Not Matter if McCulloch is
Mayor,
The fllcB and mosquitoes aro going
to be just as bad- They'll ruin your
house just as quick. So givo us jour
orders tor screens. Enquire at branch
office, of Dallas Screen Co., at Mo-
Kennon Bro's , & Oo.
Slow but euro ! Such has beon tho
patronago of the eating department of
the Woman's Exohan
f?e,
under the
minagemont of Mrs Davis, who has
had chargo for the past two months.
Tho dining room is filled two to throe
times at noon each day with a fair
patronago for broakfast and supper.
Both men and women are invited.
Single meals 35 cents Speoial rates
to regular boarders for ono, two or
thrco meals daily. Lunchos lurnished
to order from lOo up. Givo us a call
and be convinoed. Woman's Ex
change, under New McClelland hotel,
113 South Fourth street.
"Mike" is all light again and at his
post of duty. It is hard to down an
energetic advertising solicitor, or (or
that matter a ;good newspaper man
in any d.partment.
Isaac Hargrow was arrested last
night by Daputy Shoriff Leo Jenkins
and looked up on tho chargo of the
theft of a pair of hames.
Deputy Sheriff Press Standifor also
looked up S. W. Keys on tho ohargo
of theft of under 20.
Tho ArtcBian Steam Laundry
started on Monday, morniug with a big
lot of work and is kept running
btcadily. Waoo knows a good thing
when she sees it.
The Almighty Dollar enjoys .1 won
derful popularity and commands a roost
powerful influence. Look through our im
mense new stock and sec the great wonders
it has worked for us!
BEGOM
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We do not hesitate to say that, in this season's
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Notice our splendid offerings in
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