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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 5 1892.
W. A. HOWARD, M.D Physician & Surgeon. Offioe 121 1-2 South Fourth Street Residence: room 4o Paoifio. Hotel. 10-2 Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. I. W. HAKUIt. T. JK. IllliWOKTIl BAKER & DILWORTH. Abstracters of Land Titles. When yon need an Abstract or "tint a tit voiUli'nted, lie sura to see u lfore placing nr order. Nice, fresh and sweet oranges ai tho Woman's Exchange. Stolte - Brothers, FRESH - BREAD GROCERIES AND PBODUOH. Psllverod In any part of the city. Increase hi assurs til of our groceries te be fresh STOLTB BROTHERS," Fraankllu Street NASHVILLE AND CHICAGO Visited by Very Disastrous Conflagrations taEYuMgHews "WacoTexas. What Do You Want? imVJIl . IIUfllL'l! . VIMI) ll . 11V111U imill'lJll DliVI First-class with all modern appointments, Famous Baths, Hot, Cold and Artesian. Skillful Artists and best atten tion paid to patrons. Give us a call. HOTEL : ItOYAIi : BAKBBK Don't forget to call eur fine line of and see MEERSCHAUM PIPES AND CIGARS Before Buying a GMsflmas : PpbsciiI. A J- Herz & Bro. cicJAit and m:vs 1I:AIUIIS, lOI Soiitli 4 111 Street. O O JT. nwinritm mt, iiiuii, 207 South Fifth Street. Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. 1KH1 TROTT 207 South Fifth Stroot FOR SALE, 1000 acre farm, 500 in cultivation, all first class prairio land. Ton houses, barns, sheds, wells and one uover failing spring. 8mall farms of 100 or 200, 320 or 400 tores each, and many others cheap and on eay terms. RANCHES. Ranging in number of acres of 320, fiOO 1200, 1400, 1800 and 3 000, situated near Waco. We can soil special bar gains in houses, lots and busiru property. Bell & Sassaman, Real Estate and Rental Agents, 1 South Fourth stroot, Waco, Texas. AND MANY LIVES ARE SACRIFICED. Governor 7Tliyr T NXirnakn Don't Tte llevn till" United .Stt'.i Supreme Court Decide Against Him ltoyd'it Friends Preparing rr a Great lllowout. Nashville, Jan. 5. At 5:40 o'clock yesterday afternoon tho most disastrous fire Nashville has had since 1881 broke out in Webb, Stevenson & Co.'s store, College street. The fire was confined to tho store nearly an hour, but gradually found its way into tho adjoining store kept by A. O. Rhoades. Weakly & Warren's seven-story furniture store, north of Webb, Stevenson & Co., was soon a mass of tlanies. Members of tho colored fire company were standing across the alloy on the tlnee-story building of tho Phillips & ButteriT Manufacturing company, when Weakly & Warren's building suddenly bulged out m tlio center anil tell across the nlley. The following firemen, all colored, were caught under tho falling building and instantly crushed to death: Aaron Cockrell, Stokes Allen, Harvey Ewing and C. C. Gowdy, the latter the captain of tho company. Captain Gowdy was one of the leading citizens of the city, ex-member of tho legislature and a faithful anil elllcient constable When Phillips & ButteriTs building crushed in, it quickly took fire and was consumed. The wind changed again and the fiames spread toward tho Noel block and a vacant building adjoining Atwell & Sneed's warerooin burned. The Noel block then caught firo and is in ruins. The fire was practically under control at 1 1 o'clock. There was a number of men injured besides the firemen. It is snpK)sed that tho fire was of incendiary origin, as Fiieman Daly, while in At well & Sneed's building, saw a man apply a torch to a mats of inliammablo goods m that storo. Estimated loss $000,000. Losses, Phil lips & ButteriT Manufacturing company, building, $15,000, stock, houso furnishing goods $-i5,000: insured for $10,000. A. J. Warren, building $05,000, btock and furniture $00,000. Webb, Stevenson & Co., stock $15,000; Atwell & Sneed, stock and furniture 15,000; A. G. Rhoades, stock and fnniituro $!!0,000j buildings occupied by tho three latter firms and tho vacant store, about $70,000. The Noel block was occupied by tho Western Union Telegraph company and contained about fifty- ofiices and bed rooms. The building cost about $75,000. Phillips, Hood & Co., Bradford Nichol, Warren Bros., Freeman Wall Pa'ier company, across College street from tho fire, all damaged by water. Big Muddy I Big Muddy! Big Muddy! EG AN! EG AN I EGAN1 Joe Lohruan's ooiifeotionorics street tor toe cream and 117 South Fourth no yon want A nentu? Do you want Pupils Doyou went a Partner no you want a Situation) Do jon want to buy Anything! Do Ton want a Uueband or Wife Do yen want Hoarder or Lodgers Do jou want any ' Help' nialo or female Do you want Servants, Clerk or Mechanics? Do yon want to rent a Koom, House or Store! Do yon want to aell yonr Good-will and Fix tures! Do A"ou want to Bent or Sell your Uoase, Of fice, Lot or Farm? Do yon want to liny or Boll a Horse, Wagon, or any hind ot Vehicle? 11 at o you Lost or Found anything? Have jou second-hand God of any klr.il thM you with to pell or exchange? Pergonals or Matrimonial Advertisement? It o, Tbi Niw will publish an adrortlse ment in tho Want Column forONKCNr PKK WOHD per day, or K1VK ClCNTS FBll WOllD for ono wees, seven days. Tin News la the on y paper that eoes Into nearly every reading household In Waco, and beside circulating largsly In adjoining towns. Hundreds can be referred to who hare profitably advertised In Its "Want" columns. Straight diuncr from 12 to 2 and anything jou want at any hour at Joe Lehman's. Waco Evening News The largest return tor amount vested iB in Rockport lots. J. E. Anderson. m If you want to bay a lot on such, terms as you cati easily meet soo Mrs Kirkpatrick Eigth and Clay etieot. If you have work muleB to trade for lots seo Mrs Kirkpatriok Eighth and Clay street. S 1 Tho proper thing is to buy Rook port lota, if you don't somebody else will. J. E. Andehhon. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertising In thl column ernrged a Hi' rat of one cent per word for each Insertion. Caen must accompany the order, except where ordered by a regular advertiser. WANTED. Tir.lVTKI W Stubbleffeld House. af)' Woman to dor h-mber work nt iranklin street. WAATCII-Pyii Intelligent boy, aslna lon a stenographer a d typewriter. Law office t referred, Address M. Morris. 1181 at WAlVTi:i- To buy tcmernlcc second hand office fixtures. Addreesew ofllce. WAi'rr,D-To Imv cafe Must be c! office a second-hand book' cafe Must be cheap. Apjly a; Wows You oan buy a home in the Kirk patriok addition by a little eoonotuy, and ou terms to suit. What has been needed in Waoo for years is ohep building lots, and now Waoo has got it. Soo ad of lots in Kirkp atrick Don't make tho mistako of delaying until llookport $400 blocks aro worth more than Volasoo proporty. J. E Andkhson. Tho Woman's Exohango is man aged by a lady of oxporionoo and ono who cannot bo excelled in getting up a tompting bill of faro. Tulia JLofs. Garden spot of tho great Panhandle Rich loam? soil. Great wheat country. Tulia L.ot. Tulia is tho county snat of Swisher county. Ono of the finest oountics in tho groat Panhandle. Court house, churches, schools, o., .10. Tulia ILots. Swisher county is doveloping rapidly. Thousands aro going to tho Panhati dlo daily and the man with tho plow is daily going to Swishor county. Tulia Lots. A protty town in tho prettiest country in tho world. Land level as a floor and producing imtnonso crops of all cereals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia !Lots Everlasting frccBtono puro water in illimitablo quantities at t'venty-tivo to thirty feet. Tulia Lots Aro in a growing town, in a crowing oounty. Property is advancing daily and will continao to advanco in a way to make tho head ewim. Buy now. Don't delay a day. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now asked. For maps, platt) and othor particu lars apply to WAVI'IM Tobnyaeecond linnd flat top desk. Must be cheap. . (hirers Desk Kcwg office. WAATI'U lobny Second band Furniture, Moves, Carpels, Toole, Everything. Waco Curiosity Shop. WANTim Parties who want to Invest In In the rich agricultural lands of Central Tela-, tosemt their address to THK WACO DAILY NEWS. Inlorinatlon famished free. lAAItTEIl- VV dean at Ono thousand old suits to 303 North Fourth street. A. Friedman, successor to The IJttle Frenchman. 5-21-t MISCELLANEOUS. IJOI7M A po'ket book contniu ng dollars. Own r can get same b few paying lor this nonce, and caning ai iu rost uiuui. 14 3t LOST On Xmn day, 011 Auctln' street, or nrouiul the siiuare, abancb of o'even kcyn, with leather tag marked . C. Finder will plensu retnm to City Ataishal. 143t You can buy a good shoe from a good houso. We kcop tho olass of shoe that you want. Sleeper Olikton & Co L H. GoHlily j Fortunes were made at Volasoo, why not on Baker street, Rockport. J. E Andehbon, Everybody goes to .loo Lehman' whon they want a good meal, or he oroain. Uysters. oysters, fresh, and alwas at tho Whito restaurant- Tho Big cold-weather or coal. Muddy lump is st rictly coal. Tolephono Egan Joo Lehman is tho most popular res taurant man in Texas. His plaoo 117 South Fourth streot. Tho Woman's Exohange, 113 North Fourth street, is tho best plaoo in Waco to get first-olass meal. 9 Block of 20 lots in Waco addition to Rookport on Herring, Kelley, Eyans and Inge streets $400. J. E. Andeiison. For the best and freshest heof,potk mutton, veal, sptrcribs, tuti and oystors c to Crippen corner Fifth and Frankling Don't delay, if you desiro Rook port property, it will bo too high soon. HO lot blooks for $-100. J. E. Andebson. In Clil'U;. Chicaoo, Jan. 5. At 2 o'clock this morning a fire broke out in an all night restaurant under the Waverly hotel in Clark street. The hotel was at onco filled with siuoke and the occupants rushed into tho hallway and attempted to reach tho lower floors. As a result of the firo two persons were killed, ono fatally hurt and four others badly in jured. Samuel F. Woods and family, composed of wifo, two sons and ono daughter, occupied rooms on the top floor. Tho eldest hon was in the ofilco of tho second floor when tho alarm was given. Ho at onco ran to awaken his parents. They defended in tho elevator. As Mrt,. Woods was stepping out of the elevator and started the elevator up again tho unfortunate woman was caught be tween it and tlits floor. Her right leg hoing biidly crushed, and otherwise in jured internally. She will die. Before Paul Woods could lo removed from tho elevator ho was dead, hnving suffocated. John Morcdith. on the top floor, hecame bewildered and lost his way while at tempting to go down stairs. He also suffocated. The firo was a small one and was extinguished after doing $1,200 dam-ago. Tlinjer Don't ltrllpo II. Lincoln, Neli., Jan. 5. Governor Thayer declares his disbelief in tho accu racy of tho telegraphic report that tho Federal supremo court has decided that Boyd is entitled to tho governorship. Tho public behove it, however. Boyd's old headquarters at a leading hotel aro being prepared for him, and the SamoMit club of Omaha, the Tammany Hall of Nebraska, have telegraphed local Demo crats to prepare for a grand demousta tion at the reinangnral. Governor Boyd, when interviewed to day 011 tho subject of the Boyd-Thayer decision, said that he had received a tel egram at 0 o'clock last night Haying what the decision would bo in his favor. When asked how it got out, ho said: "It seems that a stenographer in some way con nected with tho snpiciue court became possessed of the intent of tho decision. This information he sold to a limited number of number of newspaiers under promise that his identity bhould not be disclosed and that tho news should not lie published until h gave the word. He released tho mattei at 11 o'clock last night, but told my Washington attor ney, under promise of secrecy, at 8 o'clock. Ho also informed him that leading papers had paid him f,000 for it," IF Thu'U lsa widow, orphan, or sick per on in this city, mtleilnu f rthe want ofllrn, pleaon send yonr namo and iildr ss to the Yeager Publishing company, room 'JO, Clml mers Itlock. Our Intention Is to r. llevu tho worthy suffering, and no beggpr need apply 12 at Pocket book containing t3o. Four fives and one lo. Liberal reward fur roturn to News Otllce. - TOST- 1i:iESON.I, will the ee't'eman who nn lntci tlnnally carried a white handled illk umbrtlla out nt the telegraph ofllce or the Co' ton Pelt t'eket oft!. 0. about a week uiro. pleute teturnlt toTUE NhWHOilicc. 1'2 81 tf LOST A bica'tpln ccntalnlrg two Dpruot rotypes, has heavy gold setting. Finder will retnm to 210 North Sixth street, ami be suitably rewarded. 12 liu at A J. Leslie for first-class watoh clock and jowelry ropaiiing. Same building with II. E. Ambold Anstin Avenue. Ill Franklin street. If you want to buy sotno lots in the new pretty addition to Waoo and havo Milk cows to trade seo Mrs. Kirkpat riok Eighth and Clay Btreet. ALIVE Florist canheirof a gooi opening, Applj at this ollloo, rr Ilgtn and Clay streets. tr Ll?li: At Ganut Ilros. Fifteenth and Jack streets' Hoik tAm or Slacked Lime Portland, Rcseudalu ana Louisville Cement, 12 10 1 mo P"OK SAl.i:--01d jiapors at 20 cents per hnn- & tireu dred at Thk nv ofllce. F) ItllNTFurriture, Stoves, Sewing Machines, Everything, nuco 1 urloslty bbop, 617 anc C1D Austin street. Ft! It lti'!'r-7 loom hutieem Dutonatreet luarMnlh, Only Sib a month. M. U. Klnpsbnry A lo., C1T and (1 V Austin street. Dolaney & Mcllor.at No. 125 South Third, has lard whioh he guarantee' fresh and pure, at 12. ceL.s per pound also, fresh meats, rnuttou, pork, beef Gto., oto. ' Mill If you want to buy lots in K'iritpat riok addition will take part cash, good work stock, mules or horses or good milk cows. Seo P. G. Kiukpatmok, C05 South Eighth corner of Clay. Just Rocolved Largo Btock FroBh gardon seed. Come yo market gardeners. Wo havo ample to supply you in everything. W. L. TuciCEit, at "Lion Drug Store." There is no man so poor bnt that he can buy a lot in tho Kirkpatriok addition it tho low prioe of lots and easy tonus of paymont. Don't delay. Those lota will bo worth five times the selling price soon. Rockport Lots. Doop water iB assured at Aransas Pass. Nearly a hundred thousand dollars in cash and one million in lands subsoribed. The groat boom has sot in. Rockport Lots. Aro gooti for ten times thoir pros out valuo in a short time. Property is enhancing in valuo day by day. Rockport Lots. Are tho bost investment in tho south. Fortunoe will be realized by lucky iuvostors, bocauso Rockport is tho coming soaport. Rockport Lots. Rookport lots lie high and dry on rich soil, Bub-irrigatod, porfectly healthy, in the midst of a groat oorn ing garden. Rockport Lots. Arc ahoap at ten times thoir present price. They are valuable property now and as toon as deep water is se outed they will bo worth fabulous sums. Rockport Lots. In tho Waoo additiou to Rookport aro offered for a song. Thoro is mil lions in them. Do not wait a day but drop in and buy. It is tho chance of a lifetime J E ANDERSON FOIt.N.tl.K AtC'OStl AtCfKtl Atf'OHtl Jewelry, Clocks, fcllver Plated Knives hnTka, SlX'oiiu, Napkin KI11F8. 1'oikot. and Table fultery, Bturlrcopi s, Ink Stands, Pic ture FrameB ai d Notions. This Is the tlist time wo ovcradvcr'lscd to se'l at cost but wo desire to handlo only New Furniture and Second band gooes of ail kinds. Waco Curios ity Shop. Wo givo employment tomorcpooplo and havo moro teams engaged in de livering our "justly celebrated Big Muddy lump" coal than any other dealer in the city. "Telephone Egan or coal." TKI.I?I'IIOM-Gnnntllros or Ash cord wi oa, stove place wood xut aty length for Post Oak wi oil 1 r aro 12 10 1 mo Happy Hoosiers. Wm. Timmooe, postmaster of Ida ville. Ind., writes: "Klectrio Bitters has done more for me than all other medicinss combined, for that bad feel ing arising from Kidney aud Liver trouble" John Loolie, fanner and stockman, of samo place, says . "Find Electric Bitters to bo tho best Kindey and Liver raedioino, made mo feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner, hard ware merohant. porno town, says: "Elootrio Bitters is just the thing for a man who is run down aud don't caro whether ho, lives or dies; be found new strength, good appetito and f'olt just like ho had a new lease on life. Only 50c. a bottle, at W. 13, Morrison & Co's Drug Store. Lots in tho Kirkpatrick addition are nearer to tho t-quaro than Diokcy's hill aud itiuoh nearer than Edgefield and tho lots aro cheap at double the prico atked while the terms of pay ment will bo made so easy that any one oan buy. i .- . Buoklun'a Arntoa Salve. The boat salve In the world for outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheniu, fe vor Boron, tetter, ohappod hands, chll blalns, oorns and all skin eruptions and positively Juros piles, or no pay roqulred. It n guaranteed to give s&tiBfaotlon or uonoy refunded. Prict 25 conta a box. For sale by W. B Morrison Go. Urippon has purowhito lard iu fifty til ' v : 1 oents, corner ifth and Franklin. MY 8TORE, Fine Kraut at 1 cents per pound at My Store 02& Aunin. rou Tin; tiiitKOi LIQUOR fi MORPHINE HAPITS. 1 "AM. ONO!? AllUKr'S THE KEEL! INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T. Kresh oystors Hcrvcd iu any stylo at tho Woman's lisohango, 1 1 IJ North Fourth street. Rockport blocks worth $1200 for grapes ami orange h offered at ?-100. J. K. Andeiison. Theto if- uu woiking mnn but by a little coonomy can savo money enough to buy a home in the Kirkpatriok ad dition. Sen large ad. Lacy's brier Creek Coal. Ono ton 15.60, one half ton $3 00; otic fourth ton $1.75. if t-sll -' Ml rf H ' Ji P I u