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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 16 July 1888

mfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam f- w? "" w'!ffw',iSfpsgl rni& EVENING NEWS 14 WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY, JULY 16, 1888. $y0t grtK SHDEH BROTHERS LbwIm Bros. mmmmmmmm l- 'X !$ML m . i xmmy . w 1 i M II H mt MU i) 'f m. UP MV. W3 H$ve always made it a study how to cater ' to the trade of the MECHANICS 1 LABORING CLASSES! It is for. their Special Benefit that we Announce for this Week, . and from then on to September ist, t A' Great Clearing and Slaughter Sale! Men's Percale and Calico shirts, good patterns, 2 ollars and 1 pair cuffs with each short At OS Cts. Each. MEMS' PKROAIiB SHIRTS With Collaiairt-uffs Attached will be Closed out at 85 Cts. Eacfr, Worth $1.60. -- oiLi LBwiqe Bros. FIRST WEEK ' OF OUR Great drag Sale ! We have put the knife in prices and will sell our summer stock at a loss, rather than carry any over. We offer in our ' " Bead I Mai Determined to close down our Summer Stock, we have made unus ual reductions in our stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods. New lot of Boys' Straw Hat...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 16 July 1888

fcjfe. Waco Evening News. llY TUB XTI3"WS OOIv?-A.3srV. J. II. IlimWmVP, lluilnrii MnimsiT. btmiMWUM vm HV.tm ""tef000odlnga"thoEMoutlon, Waco, Tiixas, JULY lfi, lfiSS. SALUTATORY. Wo havo tho honor mul ploasuro of, presenting, this ovonliig, the tflr'st copy of thoEvr.Niso Ni:V3 with tho forvctit hopo nnd tlio trouiullng bo llof that It will bo kindly received. Tha-hlchost compliment which could possibly bo paid that ndmlrablo Even ing, now Morning, Day Is con tained In tho. fact that, whllo bo Ug called "to-tho higher , field of morning Journalist! It ninllo In tho evening Hold, an ovoulng paper, almost If not qulto a necessity. It would bo egotism, In almost any ono, tivsupposo that thoy could fill tho place' made- vacant by' tho Evonlng Day. Tho publishers of tho Nkws hnvo no such egotism. Thoy do, howovor, hopo that, by publishing a bright newsy paper, handsomely printed, full of'stato and homo n'ows, carofully correct markot loports and gossipy items, thoy may, In a cortain mc...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 16 July 1888

rat M Jwwtai ' Local Time Card. , XlNtiri 1'nclllc North bonm ... .5 Leaci South uottiul, !2:inn. m. s:l."ip. m ,.,,, , ,l'J:4'in m. l:i"li m. Tl'AVIS Jo'Iks. Ticket Agent, 1'nclllc Ilotol Block Cotton Kelt Itonlo. i Mo.Ul- AU1I1V1CS. From Memphis anil Carlo,.. Memphis (KorClatesvlllo). 12;0in.m. .12!l0a.m. l.itAvica. , ZH lo.J,ror Carlo and Memphis flft 3.00n ra.l Jo. J, "Memphis (From Utoslllo 4:50pm, Accomodation rorGatcslllo C.IOa m, Froo reclining chalrcors on No. 1 anil 2. 1). K. lIiiiHiirn.il), Helot Agont, raclfloHokl Mock. II. A.T. C. West bound ... Arr 0:10a. m, (Arr 4.wp. in. th'v .... 0:30 a. in. ivi i,,,,,,,,! JArr t.ooi). m. l.ftil OOUIlll ((v OlTOp. III. L'v :M n. in. F. PlLMMUIAM, Tlckot Anent, l'nclflc Hotel lllock. ANK ROBBED In Dayll ht by a Bold Bad Man. La Tu ta, Col., July 15. The bank of 1 1 Junta was robbed of $8000 yesterday altcrnoon. kuius I'liiuips, the Cashi.rhad just returned from uiiiuui, w cu iiMimiuci aujjjcu 111 1110 back dob .revolver in hand. He c...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 16 July 1888

ICrEL. GOLDSTEIN & OUR : ORJSJSJX O 1 I ' Its t 9 v a Fifteen Days iSale Embroideries W"Zb-icIh- ZMteaxis Cost -wi-tli TTs. 4 MARKING UP and MARKING DOWN BUT One PRICE so crime your choice. Our White Goods in our Fall Stock. OUT PRICES on Everything Man Woman PERSONALS. Mr. J. D. Shaw, leit to-day to lec ture at Greenville, Gainesville and Tor r el. Miss Louise Halversou, of Cliftonj Bosque county, Js stalling Mists-Kate-Pouison, on South 5th St. Major Pearra is booked for a trip to Denver aud Salt Lake City. Ho v ill leave in a day or two. Mr. T. A. Cravens, of the internal revenue service, left on the noon train for Rockdale on a canvasslug tour. Father Eadelon of the Church of Assumption, is in Detroit aud ini- IrcuHir: HtSpTace was yesterday filled by Roy. Henry J. Shaw, recently from England, aud ac cording to reports, an eloquent divine. Marshall J. H. Bull Is back in the City from a trip to the west. He brought back with him John II. Gray the alleged lone stage robber. Ma...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 17 July 1888

f ' t WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, TOESD AY, JULY 17, 1883. NO. 2. SANGER BROTHERS ,Have always made it a study how to cater to the trade of the MECHANICS 1 LABORING GLASSES! It is, for their Special Benefit that we Announce for' this Week, ' and from then on to September ist,' A Great Clearing and Slaughter Sale! Men's Percale and CaUco shirts, good pattern?, 2 cllars and i pair cuffs with each short At 65 Cts. Each. MENS' PBROALB SHIRTS With Collars and Cull's' Attached will he Closed out at 85 Cts. Each, Worth $1.50. Lewli)B Bros. -j o:o FIRST WEEK OF OUR G-eat Clean S We have put the knife in prices and will sell our summer stock at a loss, rather than carry any over. We offer in our L II Departmenti un Mat A Large Line of Fancy Percale Shirts with Collars and Cuffs, in Hair Line Stripes,.Pink and Blue, at $1.00 each.Regular Price $1.50 50 DOOBi? Men's White Unlauiulrled Shirts, Linen ltosom and Reinforced, At 4S Cts. Each, Worth 75 Cts. Mens White Laundried Shirts, Pl...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 17 July 1888

Waco Evening News. 11 THE we-ws C03vri-A.3r"5r. J, It. llUUVUMlIi, llmlm-'" tlnnnr. SUllSUIttl'TIOK KIKTY (JEMS A MONTH Waco, Texas, .TL'iiV 17, 1SS8. Two leading questions just now pique intense curiosity. Is Stanly, the white Pasha, anil will the rain keep ofll till McLennan county can gather in her crops. - ' v Sunstrokes are rare enough in Tex as but one occurred yesterday in Tex- arkana in which, one R. Fleming, of London, England, died froiri a genuine Coup de Soliel. A "rugged impediment to corporate control" is what the Cleveland and Thurman club of Fort Worth, dubbe'd Hon. J. S. Hogg inflecting him an honorary member yesterday. The title is sonorous and would make pret ty initials. Hon. J. S. Hogg, R. I. of C. C. R. I. of C. C. is good, it is also new. A four foot ein of coal, superior to anthracite of course, has be.u Dis covered near San Antonio, 'and is be ing whooped up, which leads us to ask, what has become of that wonder ful carboniferous deposit In Limestone county ...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 17 July 1888

' Local Time Card. MIMotirl I'lirlnc. orth bonnd ) T.carc 2:40r. m. ( " 1 4."ii. m i " ....... .I2'4'a m. Southbound J " ..'...IMp. m. Tiiams Jonkv Ticket Agent) l'nclllo Hotol Block. Cotton Holt Itoutp. AlltUM). No. 1, From Memphis nnd Carlo .... Uau.m, Ko. 3, " Mcntihfs (KorGatcsYllIo)....12!lOa.m. IMM JC8. No. 2, For Carlo and Memphis ...., . 3 00b m. No 4, "Memphis (From Gatosvllle .' 4:B0pm Accomodation for Gatcsvlllo ,f7 JOn m Kreo reclining chalrcars on No. 1 nml 2. D. K. Hiiwiirivi.ii, llckot Agent, Paclflo Hotel Block. II. AT. C. 'Westbound.... ( Arr 0:10 a. m, JArr 4 TOp. m. ilt'v 0 no a.m. Bast hound . JA ...... ...........v. ro p.m. 1v II 50 o. m, V. UlLLlSnilAM, Tlckot Agent, Pacific Hotel Block. WACO. TEXAS. JULY 17. 1888. GITY ITEMS. Tho sor vices i at tho Morrow Street chapel tout ure to be continued and services will be held there to-night. Dont neglect the advertisements In this paper. There are not enough to tire the reader but ho will save mon ey by scanning them...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 17 July 1888

T9 GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL. ! O 1 OXIR GRAND Fifteen Day wale Embroideries and Flouncings, j Laces and Allovers, l VsTIolLcIcl IMIeaio-S Oosi: ztli TXs MARKING UP and MARKING DOWN BUT One PRICE so come early and select your choice. Our White Goods and Wash Goods have been Marked Down Low so as to Clear Out before we get in our Fall Stock. C3-03L3DSTBIT fe ZMZIGKEXj. CUT PRICES' on Everything Man Woman and Child wears. PERSONALS. Mr. J. W. Biggins, Is we regret to hear quite ill. Capt. M. D. Herring is convalescent and able to be out again. Capt. M. E. McLaren is at home quite ill. . Mr. W. D. Wallacols at home again from a trip to Tennessee. Mrs. V. Q. Cunuingham is quite lit. Mr. Frank Elder from Ft. Worth, formerly with the Dolmonico restau rant of this city, 1b on a Hying visit to his friends here. Mrs. M. Surruttnnd children leave for Tennessee this evening to spend the sunmur months, they will be ac companied by Miss Lula "Womack, one of the charming young ladies of "Waco. Tho pa...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 18 July 1888

' . tit ' it t. WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1888. NO. 3. SANGEq BROTHERS Have always made it a study how to cater 0 to the trade of the MECHANICS 1 LABORING CLASSES! It is for their Special Benefit that we Announce for this Week, and from then on to September ist, A Great Clearing and Slaughter Sale! Men's Percale and Calico shirts, good patterns, 2,cllarsand 1 pair cuiTs with each short At 05 Cts. Each. I MBNS' PERCALE SHIRTS With Collars and Gull's Attached 'will be Closed out at 85 Cts. Each, Worth 1.50. liBwlqe Epos. FIRST WEEK OF OUR Great m a We have put the knife in prices and will sell our summer stock at a loss, rather than carry any over. We offer in our A Large Line of Fancy Percale Shirts with Collars and Cuffs, in Hair Line Stripes, Pink and Blue, at $1.00 each.Regular Price $1.50 Mn's White Unlaundried Shirts, Linen Ilosont and Reinforced, At 45 Ots. ISacli, Worth75 Cts. , , t Mens White Laundried Shirts, Plain Shield Bosom, at 65 c, and ...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 18 July 1888

Waco Evening News. T", If f a THE NEWS aOXxUPA.ia'Y. J. H. HURWoaD, Wmlft'Mnr"- SlltSCKIITIOX F1FTV CENTS A MONTH Waco, Tkxas, July 18, 1888. Politics just now are not as hot as the weather but will warm up as the summer heat declines. Harrison is the son of his grand father and the lepubltcans are push ing the claim, such as it is, for all it is worth. " Threshing )is roing on all over the county to the utmost capacity ol both machines and men, and grain is being truned out in great quantities.- Reports of crops throughout the state, carefully collated by the larger papers, show that it is to be a year of unexampled prosperity. North, south, east and west the crops' are grand. If Aransas Pass becomes a great seaport city the trade of the great northwest will flow to it as it now does to New York and the connection of Waco by the Brazos Valley will make that road worth a thousand times its cost. - The demand for tin cans and glass jars for canning is large. Good house wives are putt...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 18 July 1888

Locjd Time Oardr"- '' so; MlaaoMsi PelMc. f N Xotthljounil V;stm.., ,.2.4fl. fli. J "' , .'..SjfOp.Sa c . .. l!l6 m. South bonod....J.J J" 'A""'min' Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel Block. Cotton Bell Route, x Going eat, Memphis ft St.Loula, In 15 p m. Uolng catt, Accom'n.KCorilcana) , SiSo p. m. Going wet, Wxprea UlSflp. m 'Going west, Accommodation ........ 7tl6.p m. D. K. IiiiuiiriKLD, Ticket Agent, Faclflo Hotel Mock. H.AT.C. Westbound.... J Arrv. ,?. ,1, slO, m, I Arr.-....n. ... . wd. m. cIV.'. ...,'i 1. OMU.mr t bound. I i-SS 2 L'r . o 50 a m . DlLLlNCIHAM, Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel Block.--' WACO. TEXAS. JULY 18. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Swiss choose at Early & Finks. Weather nearly as hot as In Minne sota. Fanoy grooeries, fine wines and liquors ot Early &,Finks. ' t Those who predicted a sickly season are losing their reputation as pro phetB. - The genuine imported CruBe & Fils Chatau Bouliao at Early & Finks. . J Sickness seems to betincreasing. in the city and coun...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 18 July 1888

GOLDSTEIN & OUR : GRAND Fifteen Davs ole Embroideries and Flouncings, 0 Laces and Allovers, l "Wliiclb- ZMZeazcLS Cost -wi-blb. CTs. IV o MA-RKTWQ- UP and MASKING DOWN BUT One PRICE so come early and select your choice. Our White Goods and Wash Goods have been Marked Down Low so as to Clear Out before we get in our Fall Stock. COLIDSTIEIIDsr Sc ZMZIGKEIXj. OUT PRICES on Everything Man Woman and Child wears. PERSONALS. Miss Liza Evans Is quite 111. Mayor Hlnchman has returned. Miss Ida Smith is back home from a visit to northern Texas. Mrs. J. Scarborough and daughters have gone on a visit to Mineola. Mr. H. L. Heudorson is on a visit to eo'storu Texas. Mrs. 0. H. Handle and daughter, Mrs. T. O. l'lunkett, are visiting triends at China Springs. Miss Carrie Munger, 6( Mexia, is visiting her cousin, Miss Edna Sed wick, near Robinson. Mrs. Geogia Mattzberger, of, San Antonio, is in the city, on a visit to Mrs. Q. C. Slade. Dr. McGregor and family have left on their usual summer trip...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 19 July 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1888. ' NO. 4. BWCEfl BROTHERS Have always made it a study how to cater Tto the1 trade of the MECHANICS 1 LABORING GLASSES! It is for their Special Benefit that we Announce for this Week, and from then on to September ist, A Great Clearing and Slaughter Sale! Men's Percale and Calico shirts, good pat torn , 2 cllars and I pair cud's with euch short At 05 Cts. Each. MENS' PERCALE SHIRTS With Collars uurt Cuffs Attached 85 Cts. Each, A Large Line of Fancy Percale Shirts with Collars and Cuffs, jn Hair Line Stripes, Pink and Blue, at $1.00 each,Regular Price $1.50 Men's White Unlaundricd Shirts, At 4fl Ots. Each, Mens White Laundried Shirts, Plain Shield Bosom, at 65 c, and 95 o, Worth $1 andi$1.50. Mens Cheviot Shirts, at 26, 45, 60 and 75 ots. Men's Flannel Overshlrts at 70 o, $1, 81.25, andS1.76. Men's Blue Flannel Shirts at $1, 81.60, 82, and 82.60, ' XJIEIZVrE AJE ? Mens Gauze Undershirts at 25c 35c & 50c. A SPECIAL LOT ...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 19 July 1888

- Waco Evening News. TECE NEWS CO.tvXIA.3Sr"5f. J. It. llllUWOOn, Umlnru Manafrr. sunsonuTioN fifty cents a month. Waco, Texas, - July 10, 1888. NOTICE. The following parties, whose names are subscribed below, constitute tho publishes of tho Waco Evening News. The intention Is to form a stock-company a soon da a charter can be procured. As Hard working men without capital, except in skill Industry and patience, wo ask tho uo-oporatlon of the community In the laudable effort of building up n good tvcnlny paper, A.NTJION POUI-SON. . Tj.C. OVKIIUY. J. C. Hna-. Wji. A. CUUKYt Jll. ' W. M. WOODAM.. Dynamite plots are again to the front in national news. Society will crush out dynamite, the common and most diabolical enemy of humanity, with a hand of iron firmness. The texture of the tariff bill and its final fate are to be tested in the house on Saturday. The house will divide p.retty closely on it, just as com mon folks do. Chicago is again stirred up by the 1 supposed discovery of a dy...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 19 July 1888

Local Time Card. MUnohvI Pnclffc. Brth bound.. ... J Loaves ,. .2:40a.m. Tt s.eop.m. i " !.... itlVa.m. South bound ' 1:2.1p.m. TnAVIS JOfKi, Ticket Agent, rnciflo Hotel Block. Cotton Belt Ronte. Going east, Memphis & St. Louis, lva 1:K p. nn Going east, Accom'a. (Corslcana) .. 2 Kip-m. Going west, wxpross 12:Sop, m. Going west, Accommodation 7'irp.m. D. E. HiBsnriRLD, Ticket Agent, Faclflc Hotel Block. II. AT. C. Wpst bound.... JArr 0:10a. m, t -)Arr 4'30p.m. jl,'v OiTiO a.m. xut iinnml i Arr 1,00p.m. Hast "ounu '"'Vr n 10 p.m. L'v U to a. m. F. DlI.tlNGIIAM, llckct Agent, Pacific Hotel Block. WACO. TEXAS. JULY 19. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Swiss cheeso at Early & Finks. A mutch garao of baseball is nn nonuced to tako place here on Sun day next at Padgltt's Park, between the Ft. Worth and Waco clubs. This game wlllb Interesting as a closo contest is looked for! Fanoy grocorlos, flno wlnos and liquors at Early & Finks. . Major Moran of the Waco Farm has bought the Hay press wlii...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 19 July 1888

GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL. Fifteen - J3ar Sale ! A Embroideries and Flouncings, ol Laces and Allover s, i "Wliclb- ZMZeaxis Cost -wi-bli TXs. IV o MARKING UP and MARKING DOWN BUT One PRICE so come early and select your choice. Our White Goods and Wash Goods have been Marked Down 'Low so as to Clear Out before we get in our Fall Stock. . CUT PRICES on Everything Man Woman and Child wears.' PERSONALS. 'Wo regret to hear of tbo Illness of. Isaac Maylleld. . Miss Henrietta Henry, of Galveston is visiting friends and relatives in the city. Miss Ida Smith aftor a very pleas ant visit in northern Texas has re turned home. Col. E. L. Andrews left for ( short visit to Galveston yesterday. It. II. and G. H. Boynton returned home to' Hamilton yestorday, after a brief visit to friends in the city. Tiih Nkwh regrets very much to hear of tbo Illness of County Clerk Maker's little daughtor Johnnie. Mrs G. 11. FoBque left for Jefferson, Toxasjyostorday, she was accompanied as far as Fort Worth by her h...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 July 1888

Waco evening news. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1888. NO. 5. SANGER BROTHERS Have always made it a study how to cater to the trade of the MECHANICS LABORING GLASSES! It is for their Special Benefit that we Announce for this Week, and from then on to September ist, A Great Clearing and Slaughter Sale! Men's Percale and Calico shirts, good pattern?, 2 cllars and I pair cuffs with each short At 05 Cts. Encli. MENS' PERCALE SHIRTS With Collars and Cull's Attached will be Closed, out ;it 85 Cts. Each, Worth $1.50. A Large Line of Fancy Percale Shirts with Collars and Cuffs, in Hair Line Stripes, Pink and Blue, at $1.00 each.Regular Price $1.50 .Hen's White ifiilaundried Shirts, Linen lJosom and Reinforced, Ajt 4.S Cts. JEacli, Vortli 75 Cts. Mens White Laundried Shirts, Plain Shield Bosom, at 65 c, and 95 c, Worth $l;and '$1.50. , Mens Cheviot Shirts, at 26, 45, 50 and 75 ots. Men's Flannel OversUirts at 70 o, $1, 81.26, audS1.76. Men's Blue Flannel Shirts at 81, 81.50, 82, and 8...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 July 1888

Waco Evening News. -JC3kE NEWS coivni-A.3sr"Y. r. II. IlllKVWHIII, HntlnM Mnnnsrr. iSDHSCUIl'TION FIFTY CEN1S A MONTH "Waco, Texas, JuiiY 20, 1888, Tle darkest hour is just before dawn and October business will make .August business blush. Jf a deep water port is found and opened on the Texas coast the com Mnerce of an empire will flow through the state and there are children living now who will ste Texas cities of a ' million inhabitants, and Texas one of the richest state in the union. Have you noticed the few fires i which have occured in Waco since the I beginning of 188S It is remarkable . and really phenomenal, especially to those who remember the frequency of tires several years ago. Waco may fairly claim to have the best Are com- ipany in the state and the fewest fires. The water in the artesian well rises .at the rate of i oo feet per hour. The drill is kept going tor three-quarters of an hour when the well contains 75 feet of water which is pumped out and drilling renewed....

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 July 1888

!! Local Time Card. r-:o: Mlmtonrl I'nrlflc. North bound . ,. J Leaves... k 2i0a.m. I " .1 op, m. " .1..... . 1:15 a m. South bouud " l-2ftP.ni. Thamo .Toxin, t Ticket Agent, Paclflo Hotel Block. Cotton Belt Route. OoIiik east, Memphis A fit. Louis, Its 1 MS p. m. Going east, Accom'a. (Corslcann) 2 "10 p. m. (loInK west, Wxpross lVSup.m. Uolnguest, Accommodation.. , 7!lfp m. Dj K. HtnattriKLD, v Ticket Agent, l'aclflc Hotel Block. H. AT. C. West bound,... JArr ....'. O'lOa, m, ) Arr 4 top. m. (T.'v 0:,"iOa. m. i--..t i.nimii )Arr 00 p.m. Jast l")U1"1 L'v .j , 9!30p.m. I.'v U.W a. m. , K. Dillingham, Ticket AKcnt, Paclflc Hotel Block. WACO. TEXAS. JULY 20. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Swiss cheese at Early & Finks. Go to the Stiver Moon and call for what you want. Joe Thompson's, 4th and Franklin streots, Is headquartors'for groceries. A line line of Dried Fruits at half price at Early & Finks. If you want fruit cans or glass jars for canning go to Barney Feldhako's Summer sausago at Ea...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 July 1888

GOLDSTEIN Fifteen Embroideries and Flouncings, l Laces and Allovers, tx W -i ma. Means Cosi: -7"i-biL TJs MARKING UP and MARKING DOWN BUT One PRICE so come early and select your choice. Our White Goods and Wash Goods have been Marked Down Low so as to Clear Out before we get in our Fall'Stock. GKDXjZDSTZEIZDnT & ZMZIQ-IEILi. CUT PRICES on Everything Man Woman and Child wears. PERSONALS. Mrs. T. Whitosldes lett to-day for Iuka, Miss., via H. nnd T. C. Mr. T. 0. Thorn and wife loft over the Houston and Texas Central for Iuka,.Mls8., to-day. T. C. Harrison, W. H. Wood and W. B. ttoblnson left to-day for Blount Springs, Ala., via Houston and Texas Central. Miss Annie Forsgard, daughtor of Alderman Forsgard, leaves this even ing for Houston, on a visit to rela tives. D. W. Matthews left for Mount Ea gle, Tenn., via Houston and Texas Central. Mr. J. H. Sharpe, at tho Mitchell House, is very ill indeed. Mabel, daughter of Dr. J.B. Cranfll is very ill. Frank Smith Esq. an old Waco res i...

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