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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 17 i892
6 f r if it 1 Hi ANNOUNCEMENTS. Comity Oirlcrri. roil COLTTY JUDtlK. Tiir. News Isantiiorlzcl t lanuonnce that V il Jenkins Is cm lldn'.e for reelection to theotllcootco intvJiuUeor Mclirnnin con ity nbjectt tliu ictlo t or iti Udiiucrttic inrsv, VOIl COBISTV ATTOUSKY. Wcnronntti 'rlieil to Announce Cnpt. T. A. Blnlt bi a lnmllilBte for county attorney of Mc lennan county, subject to the action or tno Democratic party Mr .s A llO(,'n authorizes us to Biinonncc that lie is a c willilotc Tor cannty attorney or McLennan com-t , subject to the action or the Democratic party. Tmk News Is imtluirired to announce that Juilire 1) II. Hardy is a candidate ror county attorney or McLernan county, trnbject to the action of the Democratic part j . TiieNkws Is authorize 1 to announce l.ud Williams B- ci'i'ldAte for election to the oOlce of County Attorney, subject to the action or the Democratic party. m FOItTAT COLLKCTOn. The Xkws 1 authorized to announce T. J l'rimm a a camllilato for tixeol'cctor Tor McLeni.an county, subject to the action or the Democratic party. Wo sro authorized to Hnuounce Mr. J. C Jnrney bs candidate for the oillce or n ounty Tax Collector, subject to the action ot the Dem ocrats of McXcnnau county. Thk News is authorized to Announce Mr. K. D Ilussell a a c mil date for tax collector of Mctcnniin county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W'c aro authorized to announce that Lute Moore Is a candid ito for tax collector or iic Lennan coun'y. subject to the action or the Democratic party. COUNTY ASjESbOlt. TheNewsIs nuthorUed ti announce F. P. Madden as 11 candidate for county asee-or, sub ject to the action of tha Democratic party. The kws 1 authirlzed to announce that Pink II l'oiroels acmulidate r.i' re-ele:tion to tho olllco or county 1 1 assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic part Kor Micrirr. We are authorized to announce Joe P. Ellison a candidate ror sheriff at the entnlnn elec tion, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W. L. Burke Is candidate for eherlffof Mc Lennnn conutv. subject to the actiou of the Democratic party. Dan Ford l a candidate f r re-election to the office or sheriff or McLennan counts , subject to the action of tho Democratlo party. We aro nuiho lzed to annonnce J I. Naylor or Moody as a candidate for sher ff. BUbJcct to the action of the Democratic party of McLennan county roiirjibitnicT CLEHK. We are authorized to announce that Mr. Z. F Beasley U a candidate for re-election to the office of district clerk of McLennan county, tnblecttot o action oftbe Democratic party, Tiie News Is authorized to annonnce Ed Sparks as 11 candidate- tor district clerk, subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Tiie News is authorized to announce Dr. . W. Burger as a candidate for the office of dis trict clerk subject to the action of the Demo cratlo party. FOIl COUNTY CLERK. The 'NkwsIs anthorizid to announce that T. II Klillugsworthls a candidate for county clerk ot McLennan connty. subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party The News is authorized to announce that Tom II. Brown ia a candidate for connty clerk of McLennan county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to annonnce Jno F Mar shall as a Candidate forths cilice of connty clerk, subject to the action of the Demociatlc party The News is authorized t announce J W. Frost bs acand d-te fur connty clerk at the ensuing election, bubject to the act on of the Democratic party. TiikINews Is authorize! to announce George T Keebce bkb candidate for county clerk ol McLennan county, tnbject to the action of the Democratic tarty. COUNTY SUrKUINTEMJEM. We me authi'tlzcd 'o finroimco thnt Irof. J, It ConyerH 1h ncimdldatefor re olectlon to the office 1 f Ciunty Suptrintuidcnt of Public In struction of McLem an county, subject to the action or the Demociatlc party. FOIl TllEABUUEIt. We areautliotlzed to announce that Robert S, Hots is a candidate for re-election to the office of trt asnrt r of McLennan tonnty, subject to tho action of the Democratlo party. FOIt COUNTY SUltVETOIl. We aro authorized toannounco Mr. Andrew Goddaid as candidate for re-election to the oOlce ofcounty survej or, subject to the action or tho Democratic Party. Oil JUbTICK OF TIIE l'EACE . We ate antbor'zed to announce that J. N. Gallaubcr it, a ci dldate for re eliciion to the tttlcc of Justice of iho Peace Pieclnct So, 1, Ncl.tni an connty, subject to the action ol the Democratic 1 aity. We are authorized to announce J. T. Harri son aBii candidate lor re-election to the office or Justice rf tho Peaco Precinct No 1 McLen nan county, subject to tho actiou of the Dem ocratic partj . FOIl UONBTAUL.U, The News is authorized to announce Pee Cook as a candidate for re-election to the office orconttablo ol ireclnct No 1 Mel ennau coun ty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr Jarnet- II I.ockwood authorizes ns to announce him an a candidate lor constable of precinct No. 1 McLumau couniy, subject to the action of i ho Dtmocracv. AlSound Liver Kakes a Well Man Are you Bilious, Const! patodaud troubled with Jubitliu SlckHead nohe, Bad Taste In Mouth, Flln Breath, Coated Tonguo, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Hot Dry Hkln, Pain In Back and between the Shoulders. Chills and Foyer, &o. If you have any of these symptoms, your ijlver is out of ordor your blood is elowlj being polBonod, because your Liver does not aot properly. Hehhine will cure any disorder of the Llvor.Blom itoh orBowols. It has no equal as a Liver Medicine. Price 75 cents. Free eamplo bottle at il C. lUshor's Drug store Have screen doors and I windows' put in your house and enjoy borne I comiort, uuktib & urand. te m OVrf 1 mm. vLi''i .i - ,.-" a . . 1.1 yu r m if XUL iwi r m&rw&tw immj yvLs vvy 4 4 !! 1 -flAT m- A .A A rs"v r .fv" RETURNING FllOU THK HUNT. 'jUHIS MAN has been hunting & with one of II. E. Ambold's fine guns sure shot. Fine guns for sale or for hire. H. E. AMBOLD, 419 Austin Street. A Treatise on the Principles of San itary Science. continued. Tho first essential condition of healthfulness is cleanliness. The shovel, tho broom, soap and water, sunshine and ventilation arc the ageuls upon which wo must rely in guarding against unhcalthful conditions in our ' ra s HI kva-c' iSf 6&&'s surroundings. How, when and where at any moment to givo such miorma tho broom, shoveland scrubbing brnsh . Hon to tho publio as may bo bonefi need to bo employed the reader must 1 cial to them. It is customary in all decide for himself. I can only say in seaport towns, that before a sailing a general way that anything and every vessel leaves port it must be pro thing which can bo properly classed as ' nounced sea-worthy by a fully quali. "dirt" should be put where it beloDgs. i fied and expressed inspeotor undor It will then ceaso to bo dirt. There the government, and the captain who aro few things so dangorous that we is to steer the vessel, as well as the cannot rob them of their powor for offioers and engineers, must each and misohief by putting them in their all hold certificates as to their fitness proper places. for their respective positions. Sani- herever human beings are settled I for residence the cloanliness which is indispensiblo for healthful life can only be secured by strict methods. Even where houses stand singly and with wido space around them, tho householder cannot safely neglect that sanitary obligation with regard to tho refuse ot his own horsohold the bath and slop wastes, conking wastes, various house sweeping;, the excrements of domestic ani mals, etc.; and the obli gation becomes more and more impor tant in proportion as dwellings aro gathered together in comparatively small areas. A man's life is said at times to "hang on a thread," and it is said that there are a "thousand gates to death " Few are wider or open more readily than those in our own homes, when unlocked by noxious gases or bad air from drains, etc. How many deaths have been caused by a polluted well, a cess pooi, a foul drain, a disseased water closet trap, a bottled-up soil pipe, a sink, etc. But tho gates ot which 1 speak can be roaohed, and shut too, by every housekeeper, if they will but take the trouble and precaution to assist in this most wholesome work, and to help to put a padlock upon such gates, if the principles laid down by me are strictly adhered to, thero will bo no occassinn of keeping your promises in a filthy condition. It is then, from no desire to "ventilate" the writers thoughts, or to "air" his ideas in print, but to give the citizens of Waoo the benefit of his experience an experience of many years, in the working of the old way of doing theso things, and by many practiced and costly experi ments in the new way of advancing sanitary reforms. The poorest of men and women, whatever else thoy may lack, should never lack healthy houses to livo in, and it ought to be the case of the rich, whether tho govern ment of the country aids in this mat ter or not, to seofor their own sakes if for no higher reason, that the dwel lings of the poor are made wholesome. On many occassions I have inspected mansions with marble tessellated pavements in the halls and corridors, with costly decorated walls and ceil ings overt where, with grand paintings haoging upon every wall, with marble statutes t standing in overy ninho in tho "'grand" staircase, and yot I have found moio impure air in those man sions, than in tho homes of the mcohanio, on ancount of them placing too muoh ooufidenoo in their servants Every lady that has servants employed should devote at least ten minutes daily to see that her houso is kept oloan and wholesome. Bho should look into every water.oloset. sink. servant's closet, cupboard scullery I and servant's bedrooms as well as into tho dust-bin or dust hole Such daily inspection of houses wiuld bo it great stimulus to servants to keep tliein deai. Where this is ('one, and tho sanitary nppliauCJS and arraiigotnonts of tho house arc perfect, the air inside tho hou3e will lie just at, puro as thut outside, and much sicknesB will be prevented. A very scientific physician was onco asked by a neighbor, who was I not over particular as to tho condition l of his premises, what would bo the best disiufeotant to get for uso beforo 1 hot weathor came on. "I will give I you a prescription if you will got it filled and use it,'' said the doctor I This was agreed to and the doctor l wrote as fallows: j Rako 1 Shovel I 1 Wheelbarrow 1 I Uso vigorously overy twenty-four I hours until relieved. Tho hint was I taken and the premises were cleaned up. Sunshine did the rest. The proper place to abate all nuisances is whero thoy are created, and the definition of the word 'nuisance" as usod in connection with all sanitary laws, fahould be under 1 stood to mean anything whatever that I may bo liable or about to become I liable to injure the hoalth or interfere with the comfort of the citizens of any town or city. Sanitary or hoalth inspectors should bo men of more than ordinary ability, and are generally appointed to ofibo for their competency; irrespective of any polit ical influence. They aro expected to bo familiar with hygiene, sanitary and chemical sciences and to bo ready tary inspectors are virtually the guar- dian of a city in protecting the health of its inhabitants and pan diminish or increase tho death rate of the inhabi tants. My nxt article will treat on nuisa'iees iitd how to abate them. 4 A Suro Curo for Piles . Itolrng Piles are known by mois ture like perspiration, causing intense itohing when warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleedinc or Protrud ing, void at onco to Dr. Bo-ianko's Pile Remedy, which acts dirootly on parts cifeoted, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 50 cts. Druggists or mail Circulars freo. Dr. Bosanko, 320 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by T. B Morr.o..n & Co. Joe Lehman's rcsuurant is open all niht now. The best in the city to get a meal Don't be Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 pounds for ono dollar. Franoo-American Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents caoh . Star Tobaoco 40 cents per pound. Low priceB on everything. Call and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grooor. W goodi use only the best quality of Dallas Screen Co. Dian nds, -vatches, jewelry, silver waro an- bric-abrao, all going at a great sacrifice at tho great bankrupt stook of D. Domnon & Bro.j Brown & Co., auctioneers. Beecham'b Pills will bills. save dootor's All tho fine fancy imported Frenoh and Knglish cloths at Gabert Bros , tho leading mcroh ant'tailors. Thoy carry a big stock, admirably eelcoted, and embracing all the novolties of tho spring of g2. When you want nico lresh meat mutton, beef pork and purer lard at 10 conts per pound, go to Mellor & Delaney 125 South Third street. New branch Started. Waco Steam laundiy has opened a Branch ofiico at Moses oigar stand 110 South Fourth street, Bankors' row. All orders loft will bo promptly at tended to. Aro vou annnved hv Hip (lint? Tf en send your order to Curtis & Orand for soreon doors and windows. OFF FOR HOT SPRINGS. A Parly Loavos to Attend the An nual Moorlnjr of tho (Jonoral Assombly of tho Prosby torlan Church. This afternoon a part consisting of Rev. and Mrs. S A King, of this city, Row S. P Robertson, of Bolton, and Elder J. M. Suggs, of Gatesvill.-, left vi the Cotton Belt for Hot Springs, Ark. At Corsicana thev will bo joined by Elder Vance which will complete the delegates from this the Centeral Texas Presbytery, which is allowed lour delegates two ministers and two elders. They will be ab sent for a week or more. Tho Salvation Army. Adjutant James TIiouihs, ollicct in ohare ol the Salvation Aniiy work in Texas, who has his headquarters in xustin, will bo in Waco on Wednes. day and will conduct a five day's special meeting at tho Salvation Army hall. 770 North Fourth street. On 1 naay lllgllt Uiorc Will OO u iiumn.'B ,,' riii-iElinnq nf all dcunmilin- meeting. L.nriSC,ians 01 ail uiuuuiiu.i tions aro especially invited to attend this meeting, and on Sunday night he will Sneak On the Birth and MlStlOn Ot .-, . , . .1 . n i.. !lnl...n..n the Army, swear in recruits and dedicate a child. Everybody welcome. III I r-'- '.orraibNT joto Brought bach to health sufferers from tho worst forms of Skin and Scalp Diseases, Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, and all manner of blood -taints. It's done by Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery, Avhich purifies and enriches tho biood, and through it cleanses and renews the whole sys tem. Even Lung -scro ful t (known as Piilmoiuny Consumption) yields to it, if taken in time and triven a fair tiial. It's guaranteed to bene fit or cure, in every case, or money paid for it is refunded. Only a medicine that docs what is claimed for it, could bo Fold on such terms. No other medicine, besides the " Discovery " has undertaken it. So positively certain is it in its curative ejects as to warrant its makers in soiling it, as they aro do ing, through diuggists, on trial I It's especially potent in curing Tetter, Falt-rheum, Eczema, Erysip elas, Boils, Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Keck, and Enlarged Glands, Tumors and Swellings. Great Fitinrr. Ulrers rrpidly heal under us li k.itjn iiitlucucu. A Reliable Piano House. Prudent pooplo buy coBtly articles from tho most reliablo houses. Tho Eamo prudenco should govern buyers of pianos and organs. Wo havo been established twenty-six years in Texas and can refer to thousands of patrons in all parts of tho stato. Wo arc agents for tho best and most popular pionos and organs. Tiios. Gooqan & Bno., 412 Austin St.. Waco. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup. This remedy is a suro oure for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will stop a cough in ono night, no mutter how Bevoro. It is jut That its namo implios; an onion h-iii, compounded in such manner ts . away with tho un pleasant i it .u i idor of tho verita ble When in uuca of a oure for a cough or cold, try it. Price 50 conts, Sold by W. B. Morrison & Co. m i - Removal Notice. We will occupy stable on Austin Avenue, 604 and 606, after May 1st The finest turnouts in the city. The best attention given boarding horses. Very truly. Winfery & Hill. Our door, put up complete, every thing furnished, ranges in price from $2 up. Dallas Screen Co. (i Consumers. Within forty days we hopo to be turning out ice mado from artesian water by one of the largest ioo plants in Texas. Don't make your summor contract until you see us. Wo will Jackson at work Monday May 10th L. W. Ciieury & Co. bo on tho ground corner Tenth and nil lre llll!l1!! f'S WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE GBNffSviEN i THE BEST SHOE IN TIIE WORLD FOR TIIE MONEY? It Is a k amicus olioo, w 1 1 It no tnck or wax thread i lo hurt the reel; inado ot the best lino calf, e t y 1 1 il, i and iny, and brnnne ice tmitr more 7iom oiiIj i pniifc Ifmn miy ntliermnnufnctnier, Ittiiualshauil. fohciI Klines custlinr rrnm 8I.H0 to ft HO. I (fe Oil (Jennliic lliinil-rrl, the flnMt calf wmJm Mioo ter o(Terctl for $5lUi equals frrcmh Imported Rimes which twt rrom $i(mto$l3U); J (III lliinil-"ri'il Writ Mine, lino calf, mP'TB 8tIKh, I'omfnrtnhln and durable. Ihnbest slioo ever ottered nt till' price i fame Krndo as cuv I torn mailn shoes costing from $i, HU to $ i U). G50 .10 Police Miiirt Tanners, Railroad Men Pa ntnl lA'ttert'nrritrsall near t hem; tlnocnlf, I Fenmlcsi. pmootli Inside, heavy three soles, cxttm. fclnn rdtre. tlnu nalr will ear near. , 30 ,,,. V-nirt no Letter Shoo ever nfTorod at this prices ono trial 111 convince thoso wiiowniitnslioofnrcumfortnndpervlce. Qr'i iXVi KR'yi"TO OyjrS ornliytliolioysecrywhere:theyseU on thcTr merits, ns the iuereasiuir sales Rliow. B nr !oe S.'l00 Iluiid-cnt-il shoe. Iicst bdUICB DoiiKoln, cry ft llsli; equals French Imported shoos costing f rom $1 lu to tint. I, n. lies' '2. ,'). b'J.OII mill SI. 75 shoo ror Misses nro tho best flneDongoliu Mllsbauddurabls. C Til til loll. S?o that W. L. DoiiRlas' namo ana prlco are stamped on tho bottom ot tach aboo. tir-TAKK NO Sl'IISTITl!Tr..aj Insist on local advertised dealers snnpij lug yon, ty. l. JtOlHJI.A!?, Hrocluon.niuni. Sold Us J. riansolWood Shoo and Clothing Company. SAHSAI'AiCLLIjA. Isn't one Sarin imrillu 11 h ood at another V So ! No ! ! No Ml Don't think it. Don't tot a moment think it If you want Kah'a ; a'wiiiarill, demand it and tnke no oilier It contains ingredients that aro not found in any other artapaiilln Thtre very uiudicnts thai make it iliflerent from other aii.iparillta aro the imvt important Infect essential to Its cimUive irtue. Umit them and Bull's barspnrilin Mull hi be .is inert ai tho many interior preparation of karsapa rilla found in many drug stores Ilull't Sariaparillu crutaim tin unimportant in gredient Kauh 111 k'I ed. cut ud in chosen for its bencl'.tvnt eficcl upon lie human Dr. JOHN BULL'S lystem. Combined, they cxtit u harmo nizing intluenco upon every function of the body, improving digestion, idrenBthen ing tiie liver and kidney, cl'nuving thi blood of poibonoui matter, smithing tha nervous system, cnlnemng Oiu mental faculties, and in a word, by i fusing new strength and life, completely rejuvenate every part and maLei one feet altogethtr like a new person. SARSAPARELLA Elmer Hndson, Alvorrtto, Tex., writes: "My strength and health had been failing me for several years My blood was in a very impoverished condition end very Im pure. My lim'is felt lame, rickety and rheumatic ami 1 could not walk without tottering 1 felt myself growing prema turely old, and my face bc;;an to look pinched and shrivelled I suffered con siderable, was restless at night, very ner vous, and growing very melancholy. My yes were sore and I had cstarrh. I triad many tonics, and bitters and blood puri fiers, but failed to get better. I finally IS THE BEST! bought six bottles of Hull's Sartaparilla, and before I had used it all I felt like another man. My strength and health improved, pimples and sores disappeared from my person, aches and stiff iointa left ma, and I consider myself a well person." awThere Is no other remedy o pleasant to take nnd so sure In Its ellect as ur. , null Worm Deitroyei'i. Price 2S rents. W There Is on chill remedy whose ef fect Is a certainty. It has been testtd In many thousands severe eairs nnd never known to fall. It Is called Smith's Tool Byrup. Take no other. John D. Pabk & Sons, WTioUsale Agent, 175, 177 and 17D Hycamore HU, Cincinnati, O, (11 Hundreds of fathers who aro now buying medicine lor their babies at tho Old Corner drug store, thomselvos took medicine bought for them at tho sarao old corner by their fathers when ' ry woro children. Things como and go but tho Old Corner drug store re mains forever. The neatest, ice cream parlor in the city is Joe Lehman's, Fouith street. Meal If you havo houses to rent or wish to ront Estate It you havo lots, houses, ranches or any other property to buy or soil Bell You will find it to your interest to oonsult tho old reliablo real cstatemen, asaman Bell & Smsamvn, No. 411. Fran in Street. .