The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, August 18, 1893 Page: 4 of 8
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THE EVENING NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST 18 1893.
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JIORNI: & WILLIAMS.
Ilti Franklin Struct.
RlCAL K.STAT15 .V RlC.NTAL AmC.VTH.
Fikb Inhukanck and Kical Estatb
Room -18 Provident Building.
$ fn 7) f? I'hovidbv
(Jornor Fourth and Franklin Sta.
I'ltOinSNION l DAICItS.
J. I. HEKQSTKOM
r.OUi Austin Stroot.
FlNKST WOKIC I LoWKST I'uit'KS.
IICOIN I m.micii:s.
WACO OITV IKON WORK'S
II. II. It itttrt burnt' rrojirii tar.
All Ulncln i( Koimilry ami Mnihliiu Work
Cornor Sovonth mill rrnnklln.
itivi:u9iDH roUNimv anmj machine
SHOTS Storo Fronts Iron iiml Brain CdHtlngs
of all Kindt Miult) nt Short Notleo. Impairing
Englni'P Cotton QiiiH 1'rreHCH ami Farm lm-
IilumcutB h Hpnclalty O OaNUTL'SON.
WACO STEAM LAUNDRY
Sear Suspension' 111 lilfie .. .;..
uitoir linos. ' "J" "'"'
l'roni)il Attention to out nf town orders.
s.llll AM) II A It i:ss
Largo Stock of Kuggy and Wagon
HarnuHH Ohoap. Austin Si.
oils a.m) : isiim:.
E. II. MoHAUGHKY.
012 Arm IN Avk.m K
Oils nnil OiMolino Tolruhono nnler to O. N.
Count W M Winston tinJ Hi.husikbt A
HauuhuV All orders ih'llvore'l proui'tiy.
iti:vi'.i it i.vr.
J. M. RANGEL
Chillo Stand U05 Franklin Stroet.
EvorythliiK c'M. Only drat clue Clilllo Stnnd
In tlio city
mvic;.iia()iii.m: attach .he t
HAVE YOU SEEN IT
WE MKANTHESWIISOINUTKKAnLK It
i &o bo mtached to nny a-tntuir mnrUlna.
It rr.vi'9 lalmr and health Call on 1). It
Iir.NSUAW t Waco 'trading Co. uinl leave
DR. JAS. T. MELTON
i r. n i' i s 'i'
Waco : : : T v. x a h .
Olllco: Mi Austin Ao over ffu'n State Bank.
W. F. COLE M. D.
OOUI.I.ST AND A U It I. ST
Itinnn I.'! 1'itn ittt ul lluilillny llflrn It i
DR. J. II. BOYETT
Over FirBt National Bank.
DR. C. S. PHILLIPS
Opposite PoatolHco Waco.
DR. J. W. HUNTER
Ollct; lloom S I'rni litent Untitling Slntt
nt Ottl Corutr Hruy tote Jli sltlencv 1 1 OH
S. Sth it. Telephone nt oflle tt ml resltlenc
R. F. MINNOCK
I'llVSIVlAS .I.V Sl'IUtKON
Oflire- Uuom ii Clmhiii is llhicK Heat-
ill' ten Mrs. Cunntntihttut's. .1-lt Stnth
I'ouilh At. Slute: Oltl Curlier llruu Afore
DR. A. J. WEATHERED
Phymcian and Suiuskon.
Residence Oil South Fifth street.
Telephone- a I residence.
Slate at Disniucko'a Drug Store.
DR. N. A. OLIVE
Physician ami Sukckhn.
Ollico 50.1 J Austin St. Residence 903
S. 0th St. Tolophone connootion.
1(9 south Founrii.
ATTOHNKY AT LAW AhD NOTAUY I'DHLIC.
Special attention to eamluntlou of land
."tlllAT .11 A UK IMS
RACK & CLOWE.
Hofi Barbecuo Moat. Beat Meats in
the Market !08 South Square.
Cl.i:.tM.Mi ami iiYiiixi
THE LITTLE FRENCHMAN
Only Reliablo Works in tho City.
Uonor. Odium e lota Habit
Cured Absolutely Speedily Safely Pleasantly and at
Reasonable Rates by Home Treatment and a
IS NOW UKCOQNIED AS A HEALING CENTER with the WOndorful
hot artesian water as a basis Invalids from all seotions aro
oouiinp- to Waco to bo cured. In addition to the Sanatarium
and hot water oures Dit. D C. Jones the old veteran surgeon of Hood's
jiniGADE who has resided and praotiood medioine in Texas for thirty years
has oponod an instituto for tho treatment and euro of the orii'M morphine
liquor and tohacco haiiits by a purely vegetable remedy beliovod to bo
far suponor to any now known to or used by modern medical scionoe. Dr.
Jones is curing pationts ovory week. His patients arc hero well known in
tho community to speak for thomsolvos. Cure is guarantocd where patients
aro really in earnest for reljef Roliof is open to all. Why go abroad spond
enormous soma and risk health and lifo when a homo physiolan roputablo
and skilled is hero to cure you Write for details and road testimonials
printed daily in this aud other Waco papers of persons who havo boen ourcd
Address or call on DR. D. C. JONES
No. 314 Austin Ave upstairs rear rooms right and left
DENMARK AND NORWAY.
oik: ov two
Two Scandinavian Exhibita of Ro-
In Mny ICcprrt llm DUpIuy of tho l.lt.
tie Danlnh Kingdom Stuniln Unrltitlnl
Nnrwny's Hit Showing Ik Mnilu
la the I Mirrlrt Itulldlng.
-. .. ll.li fclinn llllt
colors. IVrltaps tl.- nn.-st piece oa
view is a product. of T -orwuh -
fninnim inurMlC 1 l ' iiiUT"1
i ih- rnnntiL-rinir t"r of AleMiudrla
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ISDOclal Wor J's Talr Letter 1
One cunnot help bclnp seized with a
feeling' of admiration and honest re-
spect when oiii- views the varied nnd
highly intercNtiny; exhibit which that
plucky Intt'llri tnal and artistic coun-
try littlu Di iiin.irk has sent to tho
Columbian ox-iUon. Willi u viry
binall though I ilih ih-veloped territo-
ry and with .1 pnintl.ition of just a
couple of null 011s that liruve and em-
inently eupjhli pi'oplo. tho Danes aro
making a show mal this fair of which
hey may jiMlv he proud. Their
works and tin jnnilucts of their boil
are met with not only in the big Jlnn-
ufactuies builditig but also in tho
Agricultural lnuld ng in the Woman's
building ami (piito prominently in I
tlio line Ail p.ihice. And every-
where it is iinit-)'-cil 011 the mind of
the beholder 1' at it is rjuulitv not
quantify by u Ini h they evel. l'urth-
ermore. their gi "! arc so tastefully
and eiVectualh .uiauged and the dec-
orations they h.ne used to set them on?
are so characteristic us to show that
Denmark is ind. ed worthy of a .sepa-
rate place in the great choir of nations.
The finest and most extensive show-
ing they make. of 1 nurse is in Manufac-
tures building win re they obtained a
.splendid site dniM tl opposite I'ussia
and where In siili s b maUing skill-
ful use of relics and reminiscences of
their two gient men this century
Thorwaldsun and mlerscn they havo
created something typical of their
Xcarlv all this ten a cotta.
I10Ilia.s ... ......- -- -
torinl tlccortitlons classic art. lot
nothing is imitated hut every pic-
turo. eervform is the creation of a
Danish aitist itisiiired. however by
theslmh of the ancients -Kgyptians
Assyrians Greeks and lioinans-and
nearli all the subjects too. are taken
from iutholog or ancient history.
I'heiNt'ieiiie Oneness of the giain in
ill tins ti rra cotta is of couim due to
tho uncalled quality of the Danish
clay but the skill with which the
glasdiv and the burning have been done
is solelv a matter of experience and
great care while the designs speak
very lughh of Danish art inspiration.
The exhibit in china and porcelain
is extensive and fine there being no
doubles in it Most of the objects be-
long to table use there being compara-
tiveh little in vases and other purely
The spmt of the ancient North
breatln s 111 nearly all the artistic pro-
ductions in silversmithing1 and gold
which Denmark shows us. The find-
ing not many years ago of ancient
jewelrv in graves of the Vikings of
'J. one and even !!000 years ago fur-
nished theirdescendantsof to-day with
welcome "motifs" and thus we sco
choice samples of the hardy North-
man's ' drikkehorn" (drinking horn)
of armlets of brooches and breastpins
of bracelets and diadems and other
baubles for which those warriors used
to shed their blood. The originals of
all the;-e are in the lloynl museum in
Copenhagen and these modern coun-
terfeits ate only made in silver and
gold instead of in bronze as was thou
is a bit of W-..1.
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and enameled unvi- "l
from the Kussku 1)U't ''J
are some models of l)n7":ri'r.
of vessel applhnioos .tn 1 '
tho country depends ''
living; tho are aCa . J
""""'" l"u ' 01 (..: ;WA
ino wnoie together " '.c. 1
ment. There is Wi " a'npi
nnd that is such n 1.. CW
mux win Vu'
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Will as shown at Manuel.
inc. That one .. m'f"ctsfl
.-. v MMi- mini.
sett edand infeH i . e si
the Norwegian cliit irnn!'aH
KishcrioH ImihliiM Thflri 1 edi
iol t liwl !i nl inr.kht 1 rjj
1 uur r
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most eomprel.ens u and i
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uiuuuu. oiiu uas in
the best exhibit 11
an tnal pertains ' hereto- "1
every deseiiption lni ii.?sse!
tishtug apparatus Mets ." i
kinds; fishes nrl J..etfc H
canned troods n.i. 1 1-. -.. W
etc. And since i.si'i ..' a
. . . c uuu nav
.hi. .. iiiul' inipoi tance to v
nnd the countrv is ii... A
devoid of nnv inm. ?'
be satisfied with n ..' . aM
e. 01 vj2a
BILVER STATUE'lTi: Ol" hINO
country. The frontage to this section
auows uie roprouuciion on a colossal
scale of the Copenhagen municipal
crest the theo towers with their red
flag embellishing the whole. Outside
on the walls forming the section they
have good paintings showing scenery
from Denmark and from tho Danish
colonies in Iceland Greenland and tho
West Indies They too have brought
over tinder proper guarantee tho
"Flatey Hook" the Icelandic manu-
script bearing strong evidence that
Danes or descendants of Danes wero
the Vikings who first discovered Amer-
ica. This alone Is a precious exhibit
worth the exhibits from many a larger
Close to the main cntranco to this
section is an exact reproduction of tho
study in which Andersen the master
of fairy talcs lived and died. Most of
the objects and the furniture shown
are the genuine ones even unto tho
umbrella of the poet aud the fire-
screen pastui all over with thousands
of small newspaper illustrations which
Andersen brought back from his trav-
els abroad Thorwaldsen the great
sculptor is seen on the opposite sido
partly by photographic reproductions
of his last creations and partly by pic-
tures of himself.
The chitf exhibits which Denmark
shows are terra cotta gold and silver
objects of art chinaware and flue fur-
niture. The beautiful things fashioned
in terra cotta were sent by four firms
of which those of Ipsen's Widow all
masterpieces in their way are the best
made in the world. The other three
Arms have sent goods that are much
inferior but even they are still superior
to the best English teira cotta. Most;
of the terra cotta is polychrome but
there is ton black terra cotta ap-
proximating the effect of bron?e and
C'lIKISTIAN IX. IN in VISIT BXIIIDlT.
The most In outiful piece in this col-
lection is a siiv shield chased most
beautifully and showing scenes from
the life of br.ne King Valdemar and
the battle of Vlta. This piece ia
valued at SI" odd There is also fino
table plate of silver fashioned in tho
stylo of tin-inn lent north and anas-
Bortinenf of pretty enameled jewelry
but this is Inferior to that shown by
Itussia. In furniture Denmark shows
us solid things tables and chairs
and settees and sideboards that will
wear for ages handsomely carved out
of strong oah or w alnut or birch. And
in desiy.i an.lfoim w. again may no-
tice the leviuU f the old Viltinff
taste. Peculiar too is the art of cre-
ating new effects on furniture espe-
cially bcreens with inlaid mother-of-pearl.
In aitistic bookbinding and
printing in line hammered iron In a
new stylo of art embroidery (executed
by Mrs. Ida Hansen wife of a Copen-
hagen university professor) ami in
other lines Denmark shows us novel
things In the Oman's building and
..H1i..i. uuiuung she is like-
wise exhibiting interestingly but best
of nil in the I i0 Arts palace. There
are no less than 15!) oil paintings and
UCC " statuny. and they ar6
nearly all above the mediocre. Some
of them like "Hussars on the Com-
m . if "I)1!!lche; "Susanna in the
Study by Anna Anchor and others
are really fine.
The Komecian Exhibit.
wQr1 Bha11 l say abont Nor-
way? She 1 has erected just like Swe-
den a building of her own-highly
characteristic too. And she has a fine
site In Manufactures building but aa
far as the exhibits aro coneeraod and
the settingr for those exhibits thov aro
the poorest at the whole fair. TherS
Pi n lf Jotfro as
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to Imill $
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s nl the 11atm.il fiiuc tions Mv!
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CIUOI I.Alt NO. ISj).I..i
St. Louis May 23 1S5
1st 1893 Sleeping Car sen
between Memphis and Waco 1
trains 3 and 4 will be disconi
ued and through Buffet Sleep:
Car service will be establisheci
trains 3 and 4 between V4
Tex. ard Chicago 111 (and in!
mediate points) via Cairo 1
the Illinois Central R. R optf
ted on the following schedule:
No. 4 Dally.
7.(0 A. M. Lonvu.. .Wuo .Arrbe
9:'i0 ' " Couicana "
12:51 P.M. " Tvlku "
.1:17 " " PiTTslimio "
I Oil ' MTPleiast "
7-tiO " " Tkxabkvsa "
6.00 P.M. " SHIIK EI'i BT
12:02 A. XI.
" LlWHVM tu
' ' FOBDVcr
" Pise IIlokk
" Ct.ABKXl 'N
1'assengers irom 1 u
Sherman lines can take twoj
bleeper lor onicafi-' ""
All Illinois Central R. R-JjJ
pass directly througn i-
open at 9 p. m. for the '
of passengers at Central w
E.W. LaBAUME . .
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, August 18, 1893, newspaper, August 18, 1893; Waco, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114959/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .