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THE WACO NEWS, THURSDAY MAY 26 i892 6 ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Officer. ron courrvjunoB. TrtENEWsUanttiorlzo 1 toanuonuce that W n. Jenkins Is n cui-IMate for re election to theofflceot coiuty Judge or MoLennsn con u ty abject t the actio or thjDjinjcrttloptrty, ron counrv attoiiney. Wearoauth rUed to announce Capt. T. A. Blair ai a lamllilate lor connty attorney or Mc Lennan connty, enojeot to the action of tlio Democratic party. Mr N. A Hogan antliorlios us to annonnco that ho is a cndltlBto for county attorney of McLennan connty, mbjcot to tbe action of the Democratic party, Tiik News l nnthorlzed to annonnco that Judge D. II. Ilanly Is a candidate for county attorney of MoLernnn connty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The News Is authorlol to announce I.ud Williams an n ciwiidste for election to the office of Connty Attorney, subject to the action or me ueraocraiio party. rOH TAX COLLICTOK. The Nkws l authorised to announce T. J. lrlmm as a candidate for tax collector for McLennan connty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Mr. J. C Jnrney as candldato for the oulce of onnty Tax Collector, subject to the action of the Dem ocrats of McLennan county. Tni News Is authorized to annonnco Mr. E. D.Russell as actndMate for tax collector of McLennan connty, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to annonnco that Luke Moore Is acandldue for tax collector of ilc Lennsu county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. COUNTY ASSESSOR. TheNewsIs authorized to announce F. P. Madden as n candidate for connty BBSeor, sub ject to the action of tin Democratic party. The IVkws is authorized to announce 'that Pink II. Poetic Is a candidate for re-olo;tlon to tho office of county tax assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. tor .Sheriff. We are authorized to announce Joe F. Ellison as a candidate for sheriff at tbe ensuing elec tion, subject to the action of the Democratic party. W. I. Burke Is a candidate for sheriff of Mc Lennan county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Dan Ford Is a candidate for re-election to the office of sheriff of McLennan count.', subject to tbe action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to annonncej. P.Nsylor of Moody as a candidate for sher IT, subject to the action of the Democratic party of McLennan county. rOKDISimiCT CLEItK. We are authorized to announce thit Mr. Z. T. Beailey laaouilldate for re-election to the office of district clerk of McLennan connty, sublect to tne action of the Democratic party. The News Is authorized to announce Ed Sparks as a candidate for district clerk, eubjtct to the action of the Democratic party. , The News Is authorized to announce Dr. F. W. Burger as a candidate for the office of dis trict clerk, subject to the action of tbe Demo cratic party. rOHCOUKTY CLERK. The News Ib authorized to announce that T. n.KHllDgsworthU a caudldxte lor county clerk of McLennan county, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party. The News Is authorized to annonnco that Tom II. Brown is a candidate for connty clerk of McLennan county, subject to the action of tbt;Democratlc party. We are authorized to announce Jno P. Mar shall as a Uandldate for the cilice of county clerk, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. I The News Is authorized to announce J W. Frost h acand'dite for connty clerk at the ensuing election, subject to the action of tbe Democratic party. The Mews Is authorized to announce George T. Keeblc as a candidate for county clerk ol McLennan county, tuJect to tbe action of the Democratic party. COUNTY SBTKMXTENDENT. we Brc authorized 'o nnrotince thnt Prof. J. R.Conyers Is a candidate for reelection to the offlrei fCcunty SnptrlnUndent of Public in struction ofMcLem an county, subject to the action of tbe Demociutlc party. FOR TltEASUIIEK. We are authorized to announce that Robert 8, Hose Is a caudldxte for re-election to the office of tnasurcT of McLennan connty, subject to tho action ol the Democratic party. ron COUNTY eUltVEYOR- We are authorized toannounce Mr. Andrew Goddard as candidate for re-election to the office of county surveyor, subject to the action of the Hcmocrii tic Party. JOB JUSTICE Or THE PEACE . We are authorized to announce that J. N. Gallagher la a ci dldate lor re-election to the office of Justice of the Peaco Precinct No. 1, WcLenrinn county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to annoance J. T. Harri son as it candidate for re-election to the office of Justice nf the Peace Piectnct No. 1 McLen nan county, subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party . ' ron constable. The News Is authorized to announce Dee Cook as a candidate for Te-electlon to tho office of constable of precinct No. 1 MoLennan coun ty, subject to the action of the Democratic patty. Mr. Jnme" II Lockwood authorize!) us to announce him as a candidate lor constable of precinct No. 1 McLennan county, euujeclto the action of the Democracy. A Sound Liver MaKes a Well Han Are you Bilious, Constlpatedand troubled with Jiuindi SiokHead nohe, Bad Taste in Mouth, Flln Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain In Baok and between the Shoulders, Chills and Feyor, &o. If you have any of theso symptoms, your Ldver is out of order your blood is slowly beinjr polsonod, because your Liver doeB not aot properly. Hurbinb will cure any disorder of the Liver,8toru nohorBowels, It has no equal as a Liver Modiclno. Price 76 cents. Free sample bottle atH. C. Risher's Drug Btore. We don't piece our work to make U fit, but make everything to order and yuuruntee it. DALi.as Screen Co. forW ZllfW "111 mm ill KETDIlNU.0 FROM rilK HUNT. IJlfHIS MAN has been hunting Ik 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 OKSINAISCi:. An Ordinance to Amend Article- 5b' 4 of the Digest of City Ordinances of tho City of Waco. Be it ordained by the citv council of the city of Waoo: 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, offer 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 whero 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 game of chance, at whioh 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 music, through the streets or other public places, or shall play on any musical instrument in any publio place so as to disturb tho peace and quiet of others, shall be deemed 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 muoh of this article as refers to processions and musio shall not apply to funeral, pro cessions nor to cases whero tho mayor shall have given written permission. Sec. 2. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passago. Passed October 15, 1891. Note Tho foregoing ordtnanoe, 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. Jonev Jones, City Secretary. Extras for Euggles. Carriage and buggy tops, carriage and buggy wheels, buggy bodies, cush ions, 'azy baoks, springs, 5th wheols, shaft shaokleB, prop nuts, prop joints, oots, storm aprons, shaft tips single t -ees, shafts in pairB or odd, poles, bro&st yokos,polo circles, dashes, dash raiis, seat handles, etc., oart wheels ana springs, at T. P. Sparks & Son's. Will Not Turn Loose. The Royal barber shop is still striotly in it so far as the most export artists, tho sharpest razors and the best cosmetics are ooncerned, and the fact that no Texan, whether for Clark or Hogg, will over be turned loose after taking a scat in one of tho comfortable chairs of this establishment till ho is tenderly and closely shaven, to his on tiro satisfaction, can be vou.hod for by its many patrons. Attention, Huntors. Pups out of Queen B by Roger Q. Mills; Queen B., out of Bess by Bex Imported; Bess out of Queen Im ported; Roger Q. Mills out of Flash O, by Meteor Imported; Flash C, out of Flash Imported. Eight pupt orabovo pedegreo for sale cheap. Ad drosa Drawer 30 or Auibold'a gun store, Tho great bankrupt stook of D. Domnon & Bro , is being auctioned off day and night. Unparallellcdbar gains. Open any hour in the 24 at Joe Lehman's, South Fourth street. ' v I'rliAl a- i i N "v vJitv'ilvS' POINTS FROM A PAWNBROKER. Tliorr Art- Two fjjtiullllcnt tfitin Tlmt Art Ahxnliitrly KKM'lltlul. "To bcnsMcci"ftil pawnbroker ono mint linve n thorough knowledge ot t lie vitlno of jewelry, a Kt-nerul knowlwlRC of the business mid, more iinportnnt still, must bo a perfect f indent of litinmn nature," I cntit mi up town pawnbroker to uio litit evening. "Without the thorough knowl edge of the value of juwehy lie will never be able to it hunt u in ntlvatti-u tho profit , on 11 loan ho is usketl to ntnke, ami without I tho knowledge of human imturu ho Is nb Milutely worthiest in tho business "For inMniire, sty a man eomet in here J with n valuable watch to pawn. He wants $150on it. Now if I am a student of hu- man nnturo 1 can tell in a moment wheth- er that man intends to redeem the watch or whether he intends to let it remain hero until tho ticket expires and I have tho legal right to sell it. If lii-4 face tells 1110 j that ho will not redeem the watch I let I him have only seventy-llvu dollars on it, I for then my profits on its sale will bo larger, but on tho other hand, if I can tell by his face that he intends to redeem tho watch, why I willingly let him have $150, for my interest on the loan will amount to more and my profits on tho transaction will be larger. All these points are considered by n good pawnbroker who understands his business." Questioning the pawnbroker further, 1 learned many interesting things about both tho loan office business and about tho jewelry trade. "If you want to buy dia monds," said my informant, "go to a re spectable jeweler and pay tho full market price, for thero is no such thing as getting them at very much below theirvnlue, un less there is some flaw in tho stones or sonic reason for selling them cheaply. If a stone lias been stolen then the thief has a very good reason for selling, and does not want to come in contact with the deal er for fear of discovery. "Under tho'-e circumstances you might obtain a stone cheap, but if you go to nn miction or sheriffs sale, or anything of thnt kind, don't expect to find bargains, for you will be disappointed and pay probably morethim the value of thu diamond bought. Tho dealers have a man at every sale to buy tho diamonds that sell cheap, and they are not going to let you get in nhead of them on bargains. They will "bid to tho full value of the stone offered and nil you bid above that price is profit to the seller. I have watched f"hesu bargain sales for a good many years and I never saw an out sider buy n diamond at less than its value. "Xow about the pawnbroking business, lean tell you a few of the tricks of the wicked, by which ninny unsuspecting citi zens are taken in. Tho 'pawn ticket' game is the one most frequently practiced and the profits are almost invariably great. A man goes to n pawnbroker and borrows say $100 on a stone worth perhaps $125 or $150. The pawnbroker lends him the money because he believes thnt tho, stone will be redeemed. There is a general im pression that a pawnbroker lends only one quarter of the value of a stone, but as I have explained to you that is where they make their mistake. "Xow the man who has pawned his dia mond visits a stranger and states his de sires to sell the ticket for the diamond, fixing the value of tho stone nt say $400, saying that the pawnbroker only lend? one-iunrter of the value of the article. The purchaser believes him and also be lieves in the popular theory, and pays say $150 for the ticket, bringing the cost of the diamond to him at $-50, which with inter est amounts to more than double the value of the stone. The result is that the pur chaser is badly stuck, while tho man who has sold him the ticket can invest in an other diamond and play the same game with some other victim." Xew York Her ald. Tho Itrgliinlni- ami Kml of Families. As n matter of fact, all families begin in the same way and end in the samo way; it is only a question of time. The rustic proverb allows but three generations from shirt sleeves to shirt sleeves, though with modern means nnd appliances tho course is longer. "Every pedigree," says Gibbon, "however deep and lofty, must ultimately rise from a plebeian root;" or, as Lord Murray puts it more tersely in Scott's Monastery, "All families have sprung from one mean man." On the whole, the best form of family pedigree is found in a re public; for it is not buttressed by demoral izing conventionalism; it stands by itself; it silently disappears when tho representa tives of the family have becdnio unworthy or incapable, and so does not remain extant as n public nuisance after nil its usefulness is gone. And if, ns Professor IJryco main tains, one-half tho population of tho civil ized world is to be included n century hence under tho American government, the social system of this country will ulti mately bo more important than thnt of any other. T. W. Higginson in Harper's Bazar. A Mistaken Iinprcshlou. Thero exists among many persons n be lief that snakes nro creatures of more 01 Ies9 defective organization. Deprived ol legs and reduced to effect their movements by sinuous windings of their elongated body and tail, they havo nn appearance ol helplessness which niny by itself excite compassion. Vet no mistake of tlio kind could well be greater. The principles ol evolution suffice to mako it evident that tlio structure of serpeuts must bo tolerably good, or else they could nover have stir vived nature's many destructive agencies. But, in fact, their structure is a marvel ol admirable contrivances and accurate ad justments, so that we must affirm them to bo as perfectly adapted to their require ments nnd peculinr modes of lifo as any other nnimals. Quarterly Heview. Lang-uugo of Tramps. Tho tramp's name for himself and his fellows is "hobo;" plural, "ho boes." Bread is called "punk," and policemen and other oflicers of tho law aro known as "screws." Begging is called "battering for chewing-," railway brakemen, "brakies;" poor houses, "pogies," and prisons, "peuB." Contemporary Review. CLARK SPEAKERS. lions. W. M. Walton of Austin and W. H. Popo or Marshall Campaigning. Hon. W. M. Walton, of Austin, Texas, will speak in tho interest of Judge Clark as follows: San Angelo, Friday, May 27. Coleman, Saturday, May 28. Bronwood, Monday, May 111). Goldthwaito, Tuesday, May 3 1. Lampastvs, Wednesday, Jutiu 1. Tomplo, Thursday, June 2. Hon. W. II. Popo of Marshall, will address the pooplo in tho iuterett of Judiro Clark as follows: Paris, Woduosday, Juno 1. Honey Grove, Thursday, J uno 2. McKinney, Saturday, June -1. Gatesvillc, Monday, June (!. CBttTOHT&9 As (jood as two that's the condition of liver, stom nch and bowels, when Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ho-o dono their work. It's a work that isn't fin ished when you've stopped taking them, either. It's lasting. They cure, as well as relieve. And it's all dono so mildly ami gently 1 There's none of the violcnco that went with tho old-time pill. Ono tiny, sugar-coated Pellet's a gentlo laxative three to four act as a cathartic. Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indiges tion, Bilious Attacks, and all de rangements of tho stomach and bowels, aro prevented, relieved and cured. As a Liver Pill, they'ro un equalcd. They're purely vegetable, perfectly liannlcs" the smallest, cheapest, and easiest to take. They're the cheapest pill you can buy, because they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. iou only pay for the good get. Can vou ask more ? you That's the pccidiar plan all Dr. Pierce's medicines aro sold on. Ballard's Snow Liniment. This Liniment is different in com position from any othor Liniment on tho market. It is a scientific discov ery whioh results in its being the most penetrating liniment over known. There aro numerous whito imitations, whioh may be recommended becauso thoy pay the sellor a greater profit Beware ot theso and demand Ballard's Snow Liniment. It positively cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Outs, Sprains, Bruises, Wounds, Sciitio and Inflam matory Rheumatism, Burns, Scalds, Sore Feet, Contracted Muscle, Stiff Joints, Old Sores, Pain in Baok, Barb Wire Cuts, Sore Ohest or Throat arid is especially bonofloial in Paralysis. Sold by H. 0, llisher & Co. A Sure Cure for Plies. Itching Piles f,re known by mois ture like perspiration, oausing intense itohing when warm. This form as well as Blind, Blooding or Protrud ing, yiold at onco to Dr. Bosanko's Pilo Remedy, which aots dirootly on paits effeoted, absorbs tumors, allays itohing and effeots a pormanont cure. 50 ots. Druggists or mail Ciroulars frco. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by "W. B Morrison & Co. To Slay or to be Slain. Which? To attaok tbe dragon of discaso and annihilate him before his deadly tal ons grow, or to allowhim to attain dangerous maturity and destroy us that is tho question of paramount im portanoo to ull afflicted with oreanic ailments. Among theso. disorders of tho kidneys and bladder aro of thn fatal order if unrestrained at tho out set. Their growth is rapid, their culmination death. Bright's disease, ordinarily nephritis, diabetes, oatarrh of the bladder, gravel, suppression of mo secretion, cannot bo tampered with or disregarded safely. llostot ter's Stomach Bittors is a superb de. purativo tonio, giving tho due impulse, without excitation to tho renal organs, besides strengthening and rogulating them in common with tho rest of tho system. It infuses, too, vigor and regularity into tho stomaoh, bowels and livor, successfully counteracts malaria and rheumatism, and is a me- eminontiy fine tonio for tho aged, tho Mw , 1 IX 1 SSSg ' WHY IS THE " W. L. DOUCLAS S3 SHOE ofntT THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE M0NE7P It U n FvnmlrM shop, with 110 tncks or wax llirriut to tuirt tlio feet: ninilo of tlio licst nno cnlf, iivluh nnu cany, nml berauim we make more thoct vfthta oradr than any olhtrviamtfactuier, IteciualiLaiid. on oil Rhncn costing frnmfl.U) toJ(X). ulluu' BC OtMicniilnr lluml-MOHi'il, the ftno.t calf PJ tlioo ever oltvrvil for SMUt emiala Frriu-h Imported elinea lilcli cot from SS.tmto Slim. 1 DltAAfl m llllli nn &sh. AU fhkl t it wt aA "". 'innil-McMeil ,V-lt Mini-, lino calf. stylish, comfortabln nnd durable. Tlio best shoo ever ottered nt till lirlcet mmo crndo tu cus. tominmln rIiopi cost Ine from to tu to t'lio. no 00 I'dIIci. NIi or 1 I'nrmord, Itnllrnad Men iPO nnd LetterCarrlersnll wrortnem: Hue cnlf. scnmleM, smooth Inside, henvy tlireo soles, citen. elonedpe. Onopnlr will wear nyear. OO 50 lino cnlfi no better shoo ever offered at 3fi this jirlcoj ono trial will convince tliosa ho wont a shoo for comfort nnd service. ffiO US nml S-i.OU WoruliiBinnn'n shoes N'A.a nro t cry strong nnd durable. Tlioo who tiavo given them n trial will wear no other make nicl SU.00 nml SI. 7.1 school shoes aro u-J w worn bythe bojscverywhere: thcyscU 011 their merits, n tho Increasing sales show. LnrilPQ S'1.00 llniu.f.od shoo, best baUICS Doimola. very stylish! equals French Imported shoes costlna from (Miito S0.UJ. l.nillr' ' tf.50. Sa.00 nml SI. 75 shoo for Sllsscsnro tho best line Uongola. M Unhand durable. !nntlon. See that W. I IXuiRlas namo and price aro stamped on tho bottom of each shoe, . IT-TAKE NO, SIJI!STITIJTE..1 .Insist on local navcrtlcd dealers stipplylniTvon W. Ij. UOU(!I.A!S lirocktou.ninVo. t&lduy J. Hansel Wood Shoo and Clothing Company. BLOOD POISON. JL deitruotlvo agent, that, like firs, 00b rumai and annihilate! Ufa. la there a "irtfrlo nnrtir 1c of blood poUoa In your veins? Hewaru' Like th de vouring llame, it increases in force and leaves only destruction in its truck. Poison in the blood is due konietimei to contagion, boiiictimcs it is Inherited. It ruins health, no matter frorr v, hlpli sourc it springs. It feeds In a humble manner on the tle.'h, and devastates every organ of thu body. 1'itinblo in the extreme would be thu condition of that man await ing death from the effects of scrofula, yphilis, deep-seated ulcer?, rottening ox the bones, sloughing of the fWi, aching BAD BLOOD joints, etc., were the,re no talration for him. But there is; for, although these conditions continue to $,tgw worse if neg lected, lie nevertheless can bo saved to a life of usefulness, and every trace of blood poison can be eliminated from his system and he be made safe from iuithcr suffer ing, and his posterity insured against tbe possibility of a fearful hcritne, easily and quickly, if he will only use that infallible antidote for blood poison, Dr John Hull's Earsaparllla. It contains just sucli ingre dients as nature has provided for cleans ing tho blood of every imp'Tily, for re storing strength to the digestive processes, for assisting m the correct Humiliation ol nutrition and building up new tissue. Try it when other remedies have failed. It has never and never will disappoint any one. J. U. Morse, Clinton, Inu, write: IV3ADE PURE. " I was for many years affected with cob Uglous blood poison. Portions of my flesb seemed to bo fairly putrid and mortifying-. My hair fell out, and I was nn object of re- Eulslon to ovary one. My lueuth smolled orrlble, and I bad catarrh so fearfully bad that pieces of frontal bones rotted and came out uiy nostrils. I lost tbe sense of taste and smell. I became a veritable one o' bones, and weighed only eighty-nine pounds. I could hardly sletp from pain, Snd was bo woak I could hardly walk. The octors said I could not Uvo ninny months. A druggist persuaded me to try Dr. Bull's Barsouarllla, and strango as It may seem, that lemody saved my life nnd brought mc baok to health. I now weigh 130 pounds, am free from pain und sores, and although hare deep tcars where sores were, I consider myself In excellent health." WDon't wait for your child to hare spasms. Remove the worms nt onco with Dr. John Hull's Worm Destroyers. ar My wife had chills and fever for nearly a year. At last Smith's Tonio Syrup broke them up, and I now prcscrlbo It In my practice. Dr. A. IK. Travii, Silver Lake, Kat. Johm D. Pakk & Sons, irAofrrak AgtnU, 17&j 177 and 178 Sycamore St., QpclnnaU, O. . (21 Hundreds of fathors who are now buying medicine for their babies at tho Old Corner drug store, thomselvos took medicino bought for them at the same old oorner by their fathers when thoy wore children. Things como and go but tho Old Oorner drug store re mains forever. R6nl If you havo houses to rent wish or to rent Estate If you havo lots, houses, ranohoo any othor property to buy or soil or Bell You will find it to your interest to oonsult tho old reliable real estatemon, 8asamaii Bell.& Sassaman, No. 411. Fran I'm Street. onieeoiea anu tno convalesoent. I.