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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 19 1892.
J- W. HUNTER, M. D. ritrsiaiAJf Axn tiuiiajsox, VarO) - Slnto nt Old Txa, Storo, Corner Drue Ofllco liours nt rosldouco, from 'i to 4 n. m. No. 1408 South Eighth street. W. II. WILKK8, M D Residence 120 NO St W. O. WILKES, Ml) Itesldcnco UiO N 12 St. DRS WILKLS & WILKES Physicians and Surgeons. g, CHAMBERS HLOCK. Tclopnone Slato at Old Cornor Drug Btoro. nt Olllco and Residences. Dr. N. T. HARRIS Office on Austin Street over First National Bank. O O T. KUGESE TltOTT, 207 South Fifth Street Best coal in any quantity delivered promptly. Prices as low as the lowest. EUC BHRTRO TT 207 South Fifth Street maBKsmaoBnBBCBBaaHiBiBanamusmMB Block of 20 lots in Waco addition to Rookport on Herring, Kelley, EyauB and Inge streets $400. J. E. Anderson. GAINED FAME AS "EDMUND KIRKE." Although Nrurly Sovimty Mr. ailmoro I Still KngujjiMl ' I.ltoniry Work. James Kohcrts Gllmore, now In his sev entieth year, nt his home, Grand- View-on-Hudson, and In Ills otltcc, on Broadway, New York city, Is busily engaged In edit ing a "Cyclopcdlii of Ametlcan Uiogra liliy." Of Ills do.i'n and more hooks none lias over hail as great a sale as Among 1110 Pint's," of which 100,000 copies were greed ily taken by the public. Its conception was an accident. As the representative head of the largo commission house of J. It. Gllmoru & Co.. with twenty-three ves sels engaged in the southern trade, ho was, Incidentally, on a business tour, when ho stopped In Charleston, just three days be foru the llrlng of the flrbt gun on Fort Sumter. With ready discernment of the desirabil ity of his absence of body from that center of excitement, he displayed sufficient pres enco of mind to leavu for the residence ol Colonel .Ionian, at Georgetown, In thai btate, making his way as speedily as pos slide to Washington. An Interview there with President Lincoln led to tho estal- ment of The Continental Monthly, first is sued in 1802, whoso avowed purport was, aside from its literary character, to edu cate the north to the idea of emancipation asabenelit to the white man, and not for sentimental reasons In connection with the then recognized chattels. When that de sideratum was secured, by the "proclama tion" of Jan. 1, 1S03, Mr. Gilmoro with drew from association with this magazine, Scent of Act 1 It j". Washington, Jnn, 19. Tho iinvnl do pnrtmdnt ia still 11 scene of great activity. Secretary Tracy has frequent consulta tions with tho chief of ordnance, chief of navigation and chief of construction and occasionally calle for tlio chief en gineer. In tho Intrant of navigation ol Connuodoro Ramsay tho hustlo is greater. Threo or four artists aro translating cipher Messages. All this hustlo is hrought ahout by tho preparations of war in tho ovent of hostilities. ffaco Eyeiini lews "Waco Texas. jr-mm Tho Big Muddy lump is strictly cold-weather coal. Telephone Egan or ooal. IWttK. JlV. ; ufJjSi.tW; i A zzjt rvv5i7.3 . ?? '. You can buy a pood shoe from a good house Wo keep tho class of shoe that you want. Sleeper Clifton & Co For the best and freshest bcof,pork mutton, veal, spireribs, fhb. an d oysters yo 10 Crippen corner Fifth and Frankling Don't dolay, if you desire Itock. port property, it will be too high soon. 20 lot blooks for $400. J. E. Anderson. kfaT- :m Wr5 A IMtllulTriiet-ily. Silver City, N. M.t Jnn. 19. Juan Lopez, a Mexican, has had a pet lion for four years. Tho animal was very fond of him. A few days ago Loiiez hrought a beautiful senorita homo as his bride. Tho lion becanio jealous of tho lovo bo- stowed on tho girl by his master. Tho second night after tho inarriago Lopez went out on a business trip ami returned to Ins houso to find his young wifo had been torn to pieces by tho savago bruto, The lion had jumped upon her back ni. broke her neck. Tho first Into, s part of tho breast, had been torn away and eaten and tho face disfigured. Tno nni mal lied to tho mountains and was soon followed by hundreds of Lopez' neigh bors. Tho young husband 's grief was 80 great ho became insane anu is now con fined to prevent suicide. A Tvrrlflu Implosion. Lancaster, O., Jan. 19. Whilo Judge John S. Brnsso was in his study this morning at 7 o clock a terrific explosion of natural gas occurred and the resi dence, a twenty room brick structure, was leveled to the ground. Two churches were also partially demolished and fifty other houses damaged. Tho judge was thrown 100 feet out on tho street car track where he was nf terward picked up in a dazed condition, but not seriously hurt. Mrs. Brastc's two daughters and two sons were in bed on the second floor and wero hurled into tho debris of the Lutheran church. Tho women wow caught in the falling roof and wero ex triciited shortly afterward badly cut nnil bruised, but will recover. Tho financial loss will bo quite heavy. What Do You Want? Do you want A Rents? Do you want I'utills? Do you want A Partner? Do you want a Situation; Do you want to buy Anythlnel Do yon want a Husband or Wife! IX) icu want Hoarders or Lorirters) Do you want any ' Help," male or femalel tic you want Servants, dorks or Mechanics! Do you want to rent a Hoom, ltonso or Storol Do yon want to sell your Good-will and Fix tures! Do Jtou wont to Ront or Bell your House, of fice. Lot or Farm? Do you want to liny nr Soil a lore. Wagon, or any kind of Vehicle? Havo you Lost or Kuund anything! Havo ou socond-hand Goods of nnykkdtb.il yon wish to sell or exchange? Personals or Matrimonial Advertisements) If so, The New. will publish an advertise ment in the Want Colnnin forONKONr I'KH WORD per day, or K1VK CENTS PKK WORD for 3D9 week, seven days. Tux news Is the on y miner that iroes Into ocarly every reading household In Waco, and besides "visiting largely In adjoining towns Hundreds .1. e referred to who hare profitably advertised In Us "Wont" columns. Waco Evening News CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertising In this column or-argod a ttu rat ofone cent per word for each Insertion. Cash must accompany the order, except where ordered by a regnlar advertiser. WANTED. W,tNTi:i The address -f RornMils Clsrk Hid aire Is nbon 13 or II. his fithur dltd In wi-co, soiiio ten years go Wcu list heard f o was llvl g near Harrison's Si Ituh or Perry-A .y ono k-inwlng of Mm will o both, lieandmy-if n favor to write to R W. Noiilk, jii.V , Barclay, Texas. A Sprained Ankle. This is a common ocouranco and one that will lay tho people up ordi narily 0 to 8 weeks, yet wo will guaranteo Ballard's Snow Liniment to euro any caso of sprained nnklo in 1 to 8 days if applied at onoe, 11 ml to immediately roliovo all pain. Snow Liniment will euro any old soro on ninn or bast. It will heal nil Wounds and cures Sprains, Burns, Soalds, Bruises, Soro Throat, Soro Chest, Lame Back, Coriin, Bunions, For Illieumatism, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Contraoted Muscles it has no equal. Do not allow any other white Lini ments to bo put oil on you for Snow Liniment. There is no othor liko it. Ask for Ballard's Snow Liniment. Sold by II. C. Hither & Co. Dr. Willis, Specialist. Owing to increased huBinesa, 1 will remain ut Waco till Juiio,lso2. Will say to all who are afllictcd wnh Con sumption, Bronohitis, Asthma and Catarrh, onll and see his netojtroccss for treating said diseases. Jlot medicnttd steam taken dircot to diseased parts by inhalation. A poBitivo cure in most oases. Will restoro hearing when deafness is caused by oatarrh. Am also pro paired to treat femalo disorders, rheumatism, Jiver and kidney diseases, neuralgia. Hay fever nna la grippo relieved promptly. Booms up stairs over McKonnon Bros. & Co's. drug storo. Ofllco hours, fl to 12 a. tu.; 3 to u' p. m. Our goods and our prices do advortisincr, we find it best in long run. Parker Bros, our tho A J. Lealio for first-class clook and jewelry repairing, building with II. E. Ambold Avenue. watoh Same An3tin Wo givo employment to more people and bavo rnoro teams engaged in de livering our "justly celebrated Big Muddy lump" coal than any other dealer in tho city. "Telephone Egan or coal." Eockport lots have two strings on fortunes bow, Orange and Grapo cul ture, and will doublo in value in a few months as it is tho coming deep water port. J. E. Anderson. Dr. Geo. P. Mann, dentist. Full sett of upper or lower teeth, $12.50. ' If you want tho best cheap coal in Waco telephone Laoy for the Brier Greek. Buy lots and blocks now in Waco addition to Hockpoit, and start Orange Groves and Grapo Vineyards, and your fortuno is doubly assured. As these ltndfl are enhancing in value every day. See an articlo from a Hockport paper in another column. J. E. Anderson. $50.00 Reward. Lost on Washington or Columbus streets and botween Ninth and Thir teenth streots a diamond ear-ring, IbO.OO reward will bo paid for its return. I. M. Pearlstone, m Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a lottor written by Mrs. Add E. Ilurd of Groton, S. D., wo quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my Lungs, couch set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four doctors gavo mo up saying I could live but a short time. I gave mvBclf up to my Saviour, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my ab-ont ones above. My husband was advised to get pr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, I gavo it a trial, took in all eight bot tles; it haB ourod me and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at W. B. Morrison & Co.'s Drug Storo, regular size, 50o. and tl. jamks nofanTS on.Monn. belus succeeded by the Hon. Robert J. Walker, ex-governor, ux-secietary of the treasury, etc., and Charles G. Lehind, who has since become famous in many depart ments of literature. Ono' of tho first sketches furnished the magazine by Mr. Gllmore, under 1111 as sumed name, was an account of his trip uorthward. Horace Greeley, a near friend, was charmed with the article (his managing editor, Charles A. Dana, had recopied it in Thu Weekly Tribune), and' at bis sugges tion tho subject was extended into some seven or eight subsequent contributions. The writer's acquaintances and intimates had no knowledge of his personality undei tho pseudonym of "Edmund Kirke" till Mr. Gllmore was sent on his errand ol peaco to Richmond by Lincoln, when tht fact was declared and his identity revealed. Thesso articles wero such a success, they evinced such a thorough knowledge ol southern character, characteristics, history and politics that the public's demand fot "more" forced Mr. Gilmoro to prepare a continuation of the series, and adding font others he published them entire. It may interest the reader and serve as an incentive to the struggling author to he informed that the royalties paid on the sale of this book amounted to more than $13,000. It was immediately succeeded by "My Southern Friends," which brought the author $10,000 in royalties, and thai work was quickly followed by "Down in Tennessee," for the MS. of which tho pub lisher, G. W. Carleton, paid $3,000 ciish. What was "Among the Pines?" A stroke of genius, an effort that appealed to the brains of Inquiring people and a masterly statement of what actually existed, but it was also really and only an account of a threo weeks' trip from the cotton growing ishmds of the South Carolina coast to the national capital, with interpolations of scenic descriptions, personal experiences nnd a relation of conditions seen by the author. Corns Aro Hound to tie. No soi-t of shoo bns yet been in vented which will prevent corns. No nmtter bow well fitting tho shoo may bo it will always pinch or nib sonio wboro, nnd when it does a com is tho inevitable result. Even if people wore to throw away their shoes nnd go barefoot they would hnvonsniany corns na ovei tho only diilorcnco be ing that tho corns would bo shifted from tho top and sides to the bottom of tho foot and beeomo worse, for stono bruises and blusters on tho solo aro only modified corns. Thoro have been corns over since thoro wore feet to grow them on, and as long as foot hold out corns will always bo an abundant crop. Interview in St. Louis Globe-Democrat JTANTni-A v Delpiirte trocnlH streot. LADY TO CANVAS' KOIl Apply at WO,' Auetlu l'Sif Slits Docs. 7ANTI2I ofuce fixtures Jo hny eomo nlco second hand aureus puns oiuce. flood Tulkcrs. Considering what a beautiful in strument is speech, and how closely it may oxpress ovory thought and fear and hopo, it is astonishing how awkwardly and carelessly it is em ployed. A good talker not a pro fnso conversationist nor an orator, but ono who expresses himself in clear and simplo words imparts so much pleasure that it is much to bo regretted that tho species is bo niro. Blackwood's Magazino. Kldunpplui: Foiled. MnMi'ins, Jan. 19. A mysterious nt tempt was made this evening to abduct Bertie Kirby, a pretty 14-year-old miss, employed in tho central ofllco of tho telephone company. Tho girl is nu orphan, with no protection but a widow with whom sho lives. A few minutes before the day forco was dismissed a fishy-looking man, who gavo hisuamo as Tyler, and who claimed to bo a deputy sheriff, entered tho ofllco nnd called for Miss Kirby. Ho said ho had a warrant for her arrest, sworn out by a Mrs. Little, charging her with assault and battery on two children. Miss Kirby protested her innocence, but tho man insisted on taking her. Then tho girl operators rose in such a hotly and raised such 11 racket that tho fellow got scared and cleared out. On inquiry it was learned that Mrs. Little had mado no such charge, in fact she had nevor seen or heard of Miss Kirby, and that no man named Tyler or answering to tho description of the ono who claimed to bo holding tho warrant held a commission as an officer in this county. It is generally thought that it was his intention to kidnap tho girl for an immoral purpose Detectives are looking for him. Clinngvd Her 3IInd. Indianapolis, Jnn. 19. Friday night was the time appointed for the inarriago of Philip J. Burko nnd Miss Lottio S. Ilodsou, both of Hadloy, this county. At tno hour named lor tho weuuing Air. Burko, with tho minister and his best man, arrived at the homo of tho pros pective bride, but they tound that Miss Hudson had changed her mind und had gone, tho lamily knew not where. No cause is assigned for tho lady's action, as Mr. Burke is a gentleman of excel lent reputation. It is supposed that Miss Hudson has skipped with u former lover irom an adjoining county. Killed by nil Kxploitton. Birmingham, Jan. 10. Near Oxmoor, soven miles south of Birmingham, a terrible explosion occurred Sunday morning at 10 o'clock which cost two lives. Tho engine running between tho Eureka mines nnd Oxmoor ran out of wntor and the engineer mado an effort to reach tho tank, half a milo away, as soon as possible. When at a full sliced the boiler exploded, making 11 tremen dous noise, wrecking tho locomotive and blowing the engineer, Joseph nunt, and Fireman Bladford into a thousand pieces. Nothing Iloiird from Tlioiu. Madison, Ind., Jan. 11). Two young men, ono named Krulsman, went to the hand ferry at Carrolltou last night and, finding no ono in chnrgo, drove a bono nnd buggy aboard and attempted to man tho boat. They weio so intoxi cated it dri' ted away with them and nothing has been henrd of them since. ToiiHiirlnl Item. An eldorly gontleman, on whoso head only a few lonesomo hairs lmgored, en tered a drug storo and said to tho clerk: "1 want to buy a hairbrush." "For your own uso'r" "Yes." "What's the matter with a tootb ibrushr Texas Sif tings. WAIIH-To hnv a second-hand book case. Mutt be cheap. Aptly at News ofllco. nrANTEi) ' desk. JIust bo cheap, News offlco. To buy a second hand flat ton AUdrces uosk WAVJ'KI).. Ktrived. -To buy Secondhand Furniture, arnela. Tools. Kvcrvthlnir. Waco turlotlty Sliup. X7AIVTII Parties who want to Invest In VV In the rich BKrlcnlturnl lands of Central Texa, to semi ttclr address to T1IK WACO DAILY NEWS. Information furnished free. A Sound Liver Makes a vVoll Man. Aro you Bilious, Constipntotlaiid troubled with Jnuiidl Sick Head ache, Bad Tasto in Mouth, Filn Breath, Coated Touguo, Djf-popsla Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in Back nnd botwoou tho Hhouldors, Chills and Foyer, &o. If you have any of those symptoms, your Llvtc la out 01 oruor your bioou is Pirwiy boing polsouod, because your I Ivor doos not act properly. TTkkmni! will euro any dlsordor of tho Llvor,dtoin noh orHowols. It has no equal ns i LIvor Mediclno. Prico75 conts. Kreo samplo bottlo at H. O. Rishor's Drug Btoro, WARTi:il One thousand old suits to clean at 8W North Fourth street. A. Prlddman, successor to '1 he Uttlo Froucbman. fi-21-t WAN'rnu Position by ahoy or 17, In of lire of tomo good monthly or weekly paper Can give be orrerercncpn. 'Iwoynrs ovpcilenre. $7.60 per woik AddrefB Jnn A. Fore Untegvll e. lexns. MISCELLANEOUS- FOIt iti:.' a nlcodwclllng-liouBO App'y toT A.lJiKlr. 114 If pou lir..vr..iart or my dwolllng. 718, Duttun street Call at storo 4 o; Austin street l-6tf Mis Docs. poll Itl'.N'r-Onn suite of rooms on fl-st x floor, nnd ono soma loommi second floor. Appyto Mrs. Hsruion, corner of Klghtti n d Washington treitj. tf piIIl.NONAI.-Will the ee'tlonun who nn - ii'toi tlonnlly rerrlect awlilt-Imiiill. d silk umbrella out 1 I the telegraph olllcn or tho ui ton felt t'cket ottiie about a wook biio, please leturnlt to'lllE Nkws olllco. 12 il tf A LIVE Florist can hoirora gool opening, Appl; at llils ollloe, tr Migtu nnd Clay streets. tf I IITIR At Oannt Urns sireetH- Itoc k I. mi; Portland, Rcseudale Flficnlli an1 Jaok- ni Cluibml I iniu and I.oulsvl le Cement, 12 10 lino 7IU SAI.i: Old papers nt 20 cents per hun dred at 1 it K r kv olllco. FII Itr.INT... Fun lture. Stoics, Sewing Machines, Everything Wuco i uiloslty Shop, fil'oiic CI'J Autttn street. Foil H I.I T-7 1 com houre'ii Dtitonstroct marMnlh. Only tb a month. M. U. Kingsbury X Co , C17 und G 9 Aim n street. TCIOK SAI.i: At Costl AtOatl Atrostl XJ . Jcelry, Clock fcllvcr Plated Knives rorKu, bihoiib, Ttnnkln l awe i uitcry, Hern-cop' g, npkln Jtlnip. I'd hi nnd erlt-coui s. Ink Stai ds. Pin- tnre Frsines hi d Ni tloiis, TLIs Is the flat tlmo wuevcradver Iced to fe'l at crict bnt vt neslre to handle only New Furnituro and .Second hand gooes of ail kinds, Waco Cuiloa lty Shop. Ltdics, we havo just received fresh stock of flower seeds. W. L. Tuoickr, "Lion Drug Storo. Tulia JLof. Garden spot of thu great Panhandle Kioli loamy soil. Great wheat country. Tulia Lof. Tulia is tho county seat of Swisher county. Ono of tho finest comities in tho great Panhandle Court houso, churches, sohools, .to., &o. Tulia !Lots. Swisher county is developing rapidly. Thousands aro going to the Panlian dlo daily and the man with the plow is daily going to Swisher county. Tulia Ijins A pretty town in tho prettiest oountry in the world. Land level as a fioor and producing immense crops oi all cereals, vegetables and fruits. Tulia 'Lots. Kverlastiug frccstono pure water in illimitablo quantities at twenly-livo to thirty fcot. Tulia .Lol8. Are in a growing town, iu a growing county. Property is advancing daily and will continue to advance in a way to mabo the head uwim. Buy now. Don't delay a day.. Lots cheap as dirt at prices now askod. For maps, plats and other particu lars apply to Ti:i.i:i'IIONi:-.Gauntllros. for Post Oak or An!i cord wio, tue wi oil ir flro pl are wood cut any length 12101 mo LADIESATTENTION! Woman, Lovely wnman, one " bottlo or my celebrat d Tomti will pernianently enlarge your f-iml lnclieH In 3 days, a d r nke you as beautiful na Cleopatra, or jrioncv refumled. Price only 2 00, Woiiin'Bi n y true friend, for It ne er falls. 'Ionti. orl us Iokti will make tho leanest person fut and remove those horrid wrlnklis. Send foriealrdilrci lar, Mhf.DIl M11.1KH 241 WAllASlI AVXMIE, ( mono. I its Lacy's Urlor Crook Coal. Oue ton $5.60; one half ton $3 pO, ono fourth ton $1.75. , I H. &m&n, m Franklin street LIQUOR TOR TDK r UIIK OF MORPHINE HAPITS :all on on a iiihiess THE KEELY INSTITUTE OF Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T. E