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THE WACO NEWS, FRIDAY MAY 20 1892
ANNOUNCEMENTS. !ffi! fell III WAOI) HUB HKIMIITJIKMT. Locution of 1'lrn Alarm IIoxcn. 4 Firth Ward F'ro Station utrlUc nil o Oornaru h mill Attntla " Utn C " 4th " " " nun " 7 Contrnl Klro Htatlon ' mini " 8 WeKt Eml r'lro stntlon " 1UIIIII " 13 Corr.cr 14 h nml Wnliltittoii " i-nt "14 oth nml Mnlhoroimh " will "IB " th anil Co umutia " 1 inn "18 " sthnmljno'.mm " l-llllll "17 " 4th ami Webster " i-iiiiiti " 2S ' 8th ml Cleveland " it-inn '2(1 " MliatiilHiielplit " li-iniil "07 " itMiniul WnMilturtfin " n-lllllll Conn I y rricor. von courrv JUDOit. Tim New Is aat'io-lM I t.i an lonnce that .MMiti.v 1 0,(11)0 1 1:0 I'M'. i'ui:si:t AT Till: NMMI I'KISIO thaollM jlcowtyju Wof MoL-ninn ooit ity fl JonklasU't omiuiate inr ro election ubjeott tin ictlon nr-.ii iJinJT.taiMriy, I'lllilir SirnUliii;, Duucing, Ilnio Hall 4.UIHCM, Miootlni: .Hutches uiitl Various Otlutr 1'iiriim of Ainithuiiiuiitv M'uro tlio frder of till! Dit) It until .Host Micci'knC ill Affair. " S3 Royal Hotel 5th ft -il Krnnkllu " Ill-mil " Wooioti Mills istli nml Mary ni-llim "37 Corner lntli ami Jeirorsou ill-mini 6 MEM- ", l. r$tf SSI roil COUIITY ATTOIISEY. Weareanth rUed to announce Oapt. T, A. Blalt ni a lawllilato Tor county attorney or Mo tannan oonnty. snbject to tlio notion of tho Democratic party Mr S. A Hogan authorizes ns to annotinco that he is n candidate for oinntv attoruoy of McLcmum roiwtv, subject to the action or the Democratic party, Tim News Is authorized to announce that JoJko U H. Hardy la a cantllilato for county attorney or MoLn nun county, subject to tho notion or tho Democratic party. ThbSswh Is aiithoriol to announce i.nd Wllltamasi o iilto ror eloctlon to tho omee olConnty Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. roil TAX COLLBCTOn. The Nkws 1 aiitliofc'.ed to annonnce T. J. Irimm bs a candidate for Ux col ector ror MoLenr.an county, subject to tho action of tho Domocra lc parly. V aro nnthorlzed to announce Mr. J. O Jurney as candidate for tho olUco or ounty Tax Collector, subject to the action of the Dem ocrat of McLcnnnu county. Tub JJkwsU antborlied to announce Sir. K. D. Kussell at aeimliln'e for tax collector of McLcnn in counly, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. We aro authorized to nnnoonoe ihat Lnko Monrelsaca iiltd to for tax collector or ! Lennan conn'y, subject to the action or tho Democratic party. COUNTY ASSESSOR. TheNewsIs authorised t announce F. P. Maddon as a caudldatu for county aese-ior, sub ject to the action or tho Democratic party. The Ikivs Is authirlzed to announce that I'lnk it Poiruclsaciiul dato To- re-ele;tion to the otlico ofVonnty tux assessor, subject to the action or tho Democ atlc party I'or Miortir. We are authorized to announce Joe F. Ellison as a candldato Tor sheriff at tho enmlnK eleo tlon, subject to the action or the Democratic party. W. L. Burke Is n candidate ror sheriff or Mc Lennnn county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party, Dau Fo-il l a cndld.te f r re-election to tho offlc-e nf sheriff rr McLennan count-, subject to the action of the Democratic party, WeareHutbo Izod to announce J. P.Nayloror Moody as a candidate foreber ff subject to tho action of tho Democratic party or McLennan comity. KOlirUSHlUCT CLEltK. We are authorized to announce tint Mr. Z. T. Bealey haO'inildate for rs-eloction to the office of district clerk of McLennan county, sublecttot e action oftbe Democratic party, The News Is nnthorlzed to announce Ed Sparks as acandlduto for district clerk, subject to the action of the Democra lo party. The News Is authorized to announca Dr. V". W. Durzeras n candidate for tho office of dis trict clerk, subject to the action of the Demo cratic patty. FOR COUNTY CLEBK. The XkV8 is an'horlzed to announce that T. II Kllingsworthl' a candidate ror county clerk of McLennan county, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party The News Is anthor'zed to annonnce that Tomll.Vtow iBa candidate ror county cler or McLennan cm, t), subject to the action or the Democratic party. Wo are auttorlzed to announce Jno F. Mar shall as a dandldate for tho otllce of county clerk. BUbJect to the action of the Democ) atlc party. The IS'kws Is authorized tiannntincoJ W, Frost s acand d te fr county clerk at the ersulngUectlon, subject to the action of too Democrntlcp .rty. The ews is authorise 1 to announce George T. Keeb e a acand date ror coutiiy clerk ot McLeerianconnU . tubjtclto the action or tho Democratic j arty. COUNTY SDPKHINTENDENT. wo me Ruthcrlzrd o nnronrire that Prof. J. R. Convert Is nci ndidate Tut re election to the offlre f Ccutuy Snprinuiidciit ofPubllo In struct'im ofMcLen. an courty, subject to the action of the Democ atlc patty. FOR TREASURER. We are authorized to unnounce that Robert 8, Hose If a candid te ror re-eloction to tho office oftnaHiir r of McLennHn comity, subject to tho action of the Democratlo paity. fob county scnvBYon. We are authorized tonnnounee Mr. Andrew Goddard ts candidate for re-election to the oClce-f count j sur i- or, subject to the action of the Uemocriitlo Party. TOn JUSTICE OF THE TEC E . Wcatoauthorz.d to announce that J. N. Gallagher In a c rdlduto lor ro election to tho i ffiic or Justice ofiho Peace Picclnct No. 1, KcL'ni an county, subject to the action of the Democratic jaity. Wo are authorized to annoance J. T. llarrl son as candidate for re-election to the office of Justice cr tho Peace Precinct No 1 McLen nan county subject to the action ortho Deiu otratlo party. FOIt CONSTAtlLU. The News is authorized to nnnounce Deo Cook BBa candldute ror re-election to the office of constable ori reclnct No.l MoLeunan coun ty, subject to tho action of the Democratic party Mr Jnrno II. Lockwood authorize us to annonnce him at- a candidate lor constable of precinct No. 1 JlcLcntiau cunnty, subject to the action of the Democracy, Abound Liver Makes a Well Han Are you BIIIoub, Constlpntedand troubled with Juurdice SlckHend aohe, Bud TrtBte In Mouth, Fiin Breath, Coatod Tongue, DjBpepsla Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in Back and between tho Shoulders, Chills and Foyer, &o. If you have any of theso symptoms, your Ldver le out of order your blood is slowly bemjj poisoned, because your Liver does not aot properly. Hkhiune will euro any disorder of the Llvor,Slom aoh orBowels. It has no equal as a Liver Medicine. Price 75 cents. Free sample boltlo at H. O. Risher'a Drue Btoro. Havo screen doors and windows put in your house and enjoy home comfort, Curtis & Orand. KETUItNIKO FROM THE HUNT. UjtHIS MAN has & with one of H, been hunting E. Amiiold's fine guns sure shot. Fine guns for sale or for lure. H. E. AM130LD, 419 Austin Street. an ou:;i..i;. An Ordinance to Amend Artiolo 58-1 of the Digest of City Ordinances of tho City of Waco. Be it ordained by tho city council of the oity of Waco: Section 1. That nrtiolo 6S4 of tho Digest of the city ordinances of the city of Waco shall be so amended a? to read as follows: Whoever in this city shall on Sunday sell, offer for sale, give awar, or in any other mannor dis pose of any spirituous, vinous, or other intoxioating liquors, or shall keep open tho doors of any barroom, saloon, or other house or place where any such liquors are kept ursold, or shall play at any gamo of billiards, pool, bagatollc, 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 raoe, or shall engage in match shoot ing, or ehall discharge any firo arms at or in any gun shop or shooting gal lery, or shall on Sunday march in any procession, or otherwise, with music, through tho streets or other public places, or shall play on any musical instrument in any public place 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 more than fifty dollar; provided, that eo much of this article as refers to processions and music shall not apply to funeral pro cessions nor to oases whero tho mayor shall have given written permission. Sec. 2. That this ordinanco shall take effeot and be in force from and after its passapo. Passed October 15, 1891 Note The foregoing ordinance, not having been signed by tho mayor nor returned to the council with his objections thoreto within three days after its passage, thereupon became a law without his signature. Jonev .Jones, City Secretary. Wonder Worker. Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that he had beon under tho care of two prom inent physicians, and used thoir treat ment until ho was not able to got around. They pronounced his case to be Consumption and iucurablo. He was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds and at that time was not able to walk across the street without resting. Ho found, bofore he had used half of a dollar bottle, that he was much better; he continued to use U and is today enjoying good health. If you have any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at W. B. Morrison & Co., drug storo. Tho Behr 1 he latest addition to our stock of strictly first-class pianos, is the Behr Bros , an instrument with a tone that is orchestral, yet possessing all the. delicate sweetness of a lute with Steinway, Weber, Emerson, Chicker-, ing, ivers & Powd and Behr. No. Hungry musical soui can leave our ore unsamfiid Thos. Gogcjan & Buo Removal Notice. We will occupy stablo 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. Every scat in the Walnut Springs excursion train was crowded, the aisles were full and thero was a mass of perspiring humanity on the platforms. At 8:10 tho s'gnal Was given and tho traiu pulled out with an engino at etch end to make tlnnufl lively. Acting I'asseogor and Froight Agent Bell wus along to see that no means wero spired to make tho trip a plemunt ono and with Mr. P. II. Robertson, Jr , to assist tho regular conductor in taking up tickots. With the ex oeption of a few minutes dehiy at Fowler and tho tiectiou of soino of Waoo's juvenilo thieves and street gamins tho trip to Walnut was dovoid of any unusual incidents. Upon arrival at Walnut a band met tho Waco party at the depot and headed the procession to tho picnio grounds about 200 yards distant. The crowd from Whoo had beon aug mented by numerous other oiowds at Whitney, Morgan and other stations and the procession which marohed from the depot numbered over 1500. At tho grounds a cordial welcome was cxtondod to all and while thero was no barbecuo or publio dinner it was ocrtain that there was none of the Waco crowd that went hungry, so hospitablo were the citizens of Walnut and vicinity. On tho grounds were tho usual lorms of amusements to bo found xt picnics. In the afternoon Messrs. W. W. Crane and J. W. Poindexter spoke in behalf of Hogg and Clark, and as usual iu such oases both sides claimed the victory. Politios wcro at a dis count, however, for tho majority of tho3o present preferred to see the ball game and shooting match es to hearing publio speaking. Mr. Crane opened the speaking and spoko for over an hour in favor of Gov. Hogg and was followed by Mr. Poindexter in a speech nearly two hours long. Mr. Crane then mado the closing speech. Only about 1,000 listened to thespeeobes. Thero were several accidents but fortunately nono very terious, A temporary bridge across tho creek foil down and several people were badly bruised. A merrier, happier better ploased crowd never gathered than the crowd that was on tho train which loft Wal nut at 0 o'clook. Everybody had had a good time and wero surfeited with tho fat of tho land. On tho way and just before the train got to Whitney and after tho Morgan, Go burn and Meridian crowds had gotten off a vote was taken for Gubernato rial preference. Tho result was Clark 228. Hogg 153 As it is so shall it always be. Tho merry happy hungry dirty crowd got homo at 9:30 last night every one well pleased and praising the Teras Cen tral for its unbounded generosity and oourtesy. It was an affair that will long bo remembered. Y. M. C. A. Last night a great number of young men were present at the evangelistic meeting in the Young Men's Christ ian Association hall. The meeting was opened with a stirring song ser vice conducted by Physical Director F. C. Shattuck, followed with a talk on the subject : "The One Way." by Mr. Lewis. A great many Christian young men testified for Christ. At the closo of the meeting several young men arose before the people and told how they had found Christ this night. No man can afford to miss these meet ings, they are drawing to a close. The meeting tonight will be one of inter est to both old and young. All men heartily invited. Come promptly at 8:30 o'clock and bring your friends. Dr. Pratt Admitted to Ball. Dr. Pratt, who killed J. AI. Price at Mu.dt0,wn.' near. Atlulla, Wednesday, waived his examinoting trial at Aauilla I yesterday and was admitted to bail in me sum ot 2000 to await the action of the Hill county grand jury Tho general sentiment of the people in the vicinity of the killimr is in favnr nf jur. M-att. the testimony of iIip nnlu eye-witness is, that it was done in self-defense. Now Branch Started. Waoo Steam laundry has opened a Branch oflioo at Moses ohiar stand 110 ooum uourtn streot, Bankers ., . tB . --r-i"- .- -.v row. All orders lott will bo tended to. promptly at- All hoxos nunujRiotl nbuvu 8 strike thtiBl Dox 13 strikes 1 nml etor-s, thou Btrikes ill tnaklm Hox 13, thou rorienta four times Box 25 striken II and Btore, thou strikes 1 1 1 If tintuig Jiox 'i! m tl so on. IIIIIKCTIONS FOI1 (II VINO At Jk nit. Keys will bo ron-'U In lesliloticoaon each coi ner where boxes nrolocn.eil OnetiFiro Alarm Boxoa nml mill Hook iluwti and let go, Leitvo lev in box. Turn Elitrm In only ror tires, till 00 flue for I false alarms, slow tapping or bells tlgulry company cans, Second FrUlny In each month ca-h box lappctl twice, leeiinc uoxes nnii circuit line U'linn nlnrtn nf llrols fflve.i tli n lMrn Diiimrt- ment has tho rlRhtorwny on nllitreota All vehicles must drive near tho sliluwalk anil koop way from tho lire. 3.0 . lino for running over hose. Uoport oT any cnrolees driving KnlnK to or from Ores by the Firo licpnrtment will bo thankfully received by the Chlcr, as fast nud aareletB drlvlnt is str.ckly forbldunn. Carwtjjrv reso Stopped tho progress of Consumption. Tho best authorities agree that it's a scrofulous affection of the lungs. If taken in time, and given a fair trial, Dr. Pierce'H Golden Medical Discovery will effect a cure. Thou sands have been saved by it thon-' sands more aro putting it off till too late. For every form of Scrof ula, Bronchial, Throat, and Lung Affections, "Weak Lungs, Severe Coughs, and kindred ailments, it is a positive remedy. It's gitara?i teed to 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 so. Think what a medi cine it must be 1 Especially baa it manifested its potency in curing Tetter, Salt rheum, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuncles, Soro Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Glands. World'o Dispensary Medical As sociation, Maker., No. 003 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Ballard's Snow Liniment. This Liniment is different in com position from any other Liniment on tho market. It is a scientific discov ery which results in its being tho most ponetrating liniment over known. There are numerous whito imitations, whioh may be rooommended because they pay the Boiler a greater profit. Bewaro of these and demand Ballard's Snow Liniment. It positively cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cuts, Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, Soiitio and Inflam matory Rheumatism, Burns, Scalds, Sore Feet, Contracted Musclo, Stiff Joints, Old Sores, Pain in Back, Barb Wiro Cuts, Sore Chest or Throat and is especially bonefioial in Paralysis Sold by II. 0. Risher & Co. A Sure Cure for Plies. Itching Piles are known by mois ture liko perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud ing, yield at oncu to Dr. Boranko's Pilo Remedy, whioh aots dirootly on parts offooted, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and effects a permanent euro. 50 ots. Druggists or mail Ciroulars freo. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by V. B. Morrison & Co. Our door screens put up complete, every thine, furnished, ranges in price from $2 up. Dall Screen Co For tho best and freshest beef, pork, mutton, voal, spareribs, fish and oysters go to Orippin cornor Fifth and Franklin. Our complete plant of machinery enables us to do the best of work. Dallas Screen Co. Sleeper, Chifton & Co., Ladies ooze ..-. Oxfords $2,50, 3H and U. m ii a Dr. Goo. P. Mann, doniist. Full set of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. fti WHY IS THE WH L, DOUGLAS S3 SHOE $?& THE BEST SHOE III THE WORLD FOR THE KOHEi? It Is n roamleM shoe, Willi no tackior wax tlireAJ lo hurt Iho recti mado of Ihu bctt II110 eair. tviiih nud CAV. mill hrnnlijtrt tfv. ninl mnm mhr,! :. . 1 vradrtlimianu ether manufacturer, Iteaualshani. (e , tmveil slioesoatlnii trnm $1.00 to$V(X. 1""uana ipty. hio ever orrcreil tor tio'rairairnch liiihmi.,i.i.nnoi,i,.i.,..i(.n.,;.o..'i..'.i.;.,'uu rs."i.,::'".:',-,"W"".,,";",.v.v .". " ?''nr.'air CiA 00 llnnil-Srunl Welt Mii-,nno calf p" BtyMsh.comriirtablo nml durable. Ihohcst 1 ?'' ".'" ,''! ''J ,cgrt','?,,l"? Jiniiortei S4." 1 ....., r'iy.---.-.v"" "::".'.- . - Sij-j; .ji iiiiiri! .-miiiim 1 nrmers. uanroart Men P?.a nmlLetterCnrrlersnlUte.-irthcm: itnocnlf seamless emootli Inside, heavy tlirco Boles ciien! Ion 1'iliro. (luu pair will wenrayenr. (EQ SO lino onlft no better shoo over offered at CS. this prleot ono trial will convince Uiom who want a buiio for comfort anil service. SS.'J? ""L?M W..T.1''n.i''U!' 'hoc. have given thorn atrial will wonrim other make. RnVQ tf'-.OO it nil Si, 75 Bcliool shoei aro amm nm vnrv Kfrniiu ntid (lurnliin Ti.n.. ...i. Bovs' en their merits, ai tho Increasing sales show. ' iini uy inu iHtyHdiTywurrc; lucyfioll B rsHirC: b.l.DO, llnml-snncil shoe, best .15 O UonKola, vcryitYllsh:cqualirrench Imported 0e9costliiRrrom6l.uHot:(S.ui. l.mlli-s' '2tno. Mi.00 nml SI.75 shoo rot lllsiesnro tho Pest flnoDongola. MyllBlinuddurahl Cniiilnn. Seo lliat W. I DoiiRlaV nama and prico aro stamped on tho bottom of each shoe. Or TAKE. NO SlJHSTITIJTi:.ai .Tnsnt on local navertled dealers snpplylnBTon V. i,. DOUtSLAS, IlrocUton.flinss. iaj J. Hansol Wood Shoe and Clothing Company. SAKriAi'AitUiA. Inn't ono SarsniuiriUii tn jrood ne nuotlter'.' AN ! No 1 1 No Ml Don't think it. Don't for a moment think it. If you want Hull's t'arjapnrill, demand it ami uku no other. It containi ingredients that ura not fourd ip any other lartaparllia Tnrsc very it .rcdienta thd make it iliueront from otlu-r ariajiarillaj aro the most important. In lact, e&iential to Iu dilutive virt-.ie. Omit them and Bull's Sars.in-irilla would be as inert it tho many inferior jiri-jiarations of sartapa rilla fouti'l iu niuiiy ding Mures. Uull'i Barsaparilla remains no unimportant in eredicnt. Kacu iun-dicm nred ia chosen lor ita bciielireiit ettt-ct upon tho human Dr. JOHM BULL'S system. Ouiiitiined, they exert a barmo nizinR inlltictico upon every function of the body, improving digestion, strengthen ing nie liver nail kidneys, demising th blood of pMsinom mutter, soothing th nervous system, eii!i,-t-iiing the mental faculties, nud in a word, by infusing new strength and life, i-ompletely iejuenate every part and makci one f'cel altogetbtr like a now person. SARSAPARILLA Elmer llnddou, Alvaretto, Tex., writes: "My strength and heatth had been failing me for sovcral years. My blood was in ft Tery impoverished condition and very im pure. My limi)i fe!t lume, rickety and rheumatic, and I could not walk without tottering I fe't myself growing prema turely old, and my fuce began 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 catarrh. I tried many tonics, and bitters and blood puri fiers, but failed to get better. I finally IS THE BEST! bought six bottles of null's Snrsaparllla, nd before I had used it all I felt likt another man. My strength and health improved, pimplea and sores disappeared from my person, aches and stiff ioinU left me, and I consider myself a well person." STThere Is no other remiwlr n nluunl H taice nnu so sure in Its eirect ns Dr. Jr. Bull worm ue.troy em l'rlceZSeenU, "There Is one chill remedy whose el ls a certainty. It has been tested In feet many inotisana severe ctjttn and never known to fall. It Is called Sinlth'e Tonh) Byrup. Take do other. JonN D. Pahk & Sons, lWiolaalt Agent, I7i 177 and IJ Hjrcamore St, Cincinnati, Q IU Hundreds of fathers" who aro now buying medicino for their babies at tho Old Cornor drug store, thomselvos took medicino bought for them at tho Bamo old comer by their fathers when they wore children. Things como and go but tho Old Corner drug storo re mains forever. The neatest, ice cream parlor in the city is Joe Lehman's, Fourth street. Real If you havo houses to rent to rent wish Estate If you havo lots, houses, ranchoo or any other property to buy or soil Bell You will find it to your interest to oousult tho old roliablo real estatemon, Sassaman Bell & Sassaman, No. 411 B'ran n Street.