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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 15 August 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15, 1888. NO. 28. 8 MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR BENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. We have a large lot of those goods in broken size's and nice styles which we will close out at a sacrifice. TJVKLE iote, take XOTB! A Large Assortment of Gents Strap Ties, Prince Alberts, Oxford and Low Button Shoes will be Closed out at $1.50 A PAIR A line of the same stylo reduced from S3 to $2 a pair, and a lot of the same stylo in still better grado reduced from &J to $3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced from $450 to $3.50. Gents' Hand Sewed French Calf, plain toe, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair. Gents' ilno French calf, opera and plain too, button and oxfords reduced from $6 to $4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alberts, and strap ties, in the latest styles and lightest leather, wil...

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. — 15 August 1888

i y Waco Evening News. BY NEWS COMPANY. 3Katercd at tho postoftlco nt Waco, Toxin, second-class mall matter. i. II. IIUnWOOD, limine Managr. BUBSCUUTION FIFTY CENTS A MONTH. Waco, Texas, - August 15, 188S. Three-fourths of the citizens of Jacksonville hare fled, leaving houses and property at the mercy of thieves. New Orleans is suffering with dip nTieria. In June there were fifty cases :and twenty-two deaths, in July eighty two cases and twenty-five deaths. There are 20,000 Cherokees, 5000 'Choctaws, 5000 Chicksaws and from uooo to 3000 Seminoles in the Indiap Territory. The Creeks number about $000 to to.ooo souls, but it is thought about half of these are negroes. London has a smaller number of in- 'habitants to the house than any other of the great European cities; and the population of London being immensely .greater than that of any other city, the area which it covers is still greater in fproportion. Vienna has the largest number of persons to the house, hav ng five times as ...

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. — 15 August 1888

pocal Time Card. w MliKoarl Pnclac. North boowl Leave 2:40, m, " .1 soop. m. ( " l:lii,m. SouUi bound " IsMp. m. THAV1R JONCSi Ticket Agent, Pacific) Hotol Block, Cotton Belt Route. Golnft cast, Memphis ft St. LooU, lvi 1 :M p. n, UolniceMt. Accom'n. (Coralcana),. 2:10 p. m, doing weit, wxpToas (,,12:S0p. m, uolngwett, Accommodation k.., 7:15p.m. D. E. HiiMiiriKtJ), Ticket Agent, PaclDo Hotel Block. II. AT. C. Wt bound... Arr , 0:10. m, ) Arr...- .,..., 4'fWp. m. cL'v 0:50 a.m. K.t bound.... JAJT.:::.:;..;:....;::V :00 p.m. h'r 0:G0 a.m. F. t)lLLlNOnXM, Ticket Agent, Tactile Hotel Block. Street Car Schedule. Fifth Street (2 cars) TrlpaeTorylBmln. University Belt (3 cars)... . " " lo " Washington Fr'lln (3 cw) " 10 " railgltt'aParkttcara) " " lb " Ten cara arc now running. It requires thirty minutes to mako the round trip on each .line Capacity, thirty cara In stable. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 15. 1888. CITY ITEMS. TO MINISTERS. We would be glad to have pastors of the various churches in t...

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. — 15 August 1888

1 fl PERSONALS. Mrs. Win. Lauibdln Is qulto ill. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlnclmmti and baby nro qulto HI. Mrs. J. T. Houser Is back from n lelt to Abilene. Mr. Jonnlo Jones Is out lo-day after an illness of ton days. Mr. and Mrs. Carnoron aro expootod back to-day or to-morrow. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mitchell have gone to Lampasas Springs. Mrs, J. It. lloblnson Is, tho Ni:vs regrets to hear, very serlouly ill. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Boynton aro visiting their son Mr. J. E. Boynton. Miss Fannie, daughter of Mr. and Mr. G. M. Shepherd is very ill at homo. The gonial father Badolon has ox- tended his trip from Canada to France. Mr. N. B. Clarke leaves to-day foi a trip to Crawford, McGregor and Gatesvlllo. Mrs. J. H. Bull, who has been visit lug relatives at Hubbard City has re turned homo. Miss Daisy, Walch, of McGregor, is in the city on a visit to Mrs. K. B. Clarke, on Washington street. Mr. J. M. Eagan is back on n visit from California and receiving hearty greetings from a host of friends. Lltt...

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. — 16 August 1888

A. J WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 1888. NO. 29. MID (S JJ MM E R CLEARANCE SALE ! AVE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRIGE. We ha vo ii largo lot of those goods In broken sizes nnd nice styles which we will close out at n sacrifice TAKE IVOODE, TAKE NOTE ! A Lnrgc Assortment of Gents Strap Ties, Prince Alberts, Oxford and Low Button Shoes will be Closed out at $1.50 A PAIR A lino of the same stylo reducod from $3 to $2 a pair, and a lot of the sanio stylo in still bettor grade reduced from 54 to S3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced from $4.50 to 3.50. Gents' Hand Sewed French Calf, plain toe, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair. Gents' fine French calf, opera and plain toe, button and oxfords reduced from 0to$4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alberts, and strap ties, In the latest'Styles and lightest ...

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 August 1888

Waco Evening News. , H, I1Y THE NtJWS C03VEIA.3SX-Sr. Kntorctt tiitr otofllcu nt Waco, Texas, as , uecpMl-cliis8 mll matter J. It. HCRWOOD, llulnri Manager. 8URSC1HPTI0N FIKTV CENTS A MONTH WACO, TEXAS, - AUGUST 10, 18S8 The bagging trust strikes the farm ers in a vital part. It will wring hun dreds of thousands of dollars out cf strje hands of the horny-handed sons ot toil this year, and this keeps tens ot thousands out of the tills of mer chants and per force out of the pock ets of mechanics. It constitutes .1 tax levied on industry by a force without .governmental authority to levy or col lect taxes. Two statements made the other day by O'Donovan Wossa before the im anigration investigation committee are worthy of nof; when taken in conjunc tion. He said, first, that he had been sentenced to prison for life, but upon promising to go to America he was pardoned. He then added that all the worst thieves and convicts in England are anxious to come to America, and that only the worst ...

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 August 1888

Local Time Card. MlMonrl Pnctfle, .Vortli boiiiu) j Leaves 2:40a.m. ..... iVUl III. ... ltlSa.m, Uoiilli bound 1 :P- . Ticket Agent, Pactno Hotel Block. Cotton Rett Route. iolnff cast, Memphis A St. touts, lva 1 :.V ji. ra. t.intr nnat. Acr.om'n. fCorfrfp.ann) .. 2;.ui n. in. :lnir west. Vxtiross.... 12:301). m. Golni?wt. Accommodation TslAp.m. 1). K. IiinsiiriELD, Ticket ARont, l'aclllc Hotel Block. II. AT. ii. wrst bound.... j Arr 6:10 a. m, (A" 4:30p.m. (I'v oi."o a.m. fiMt bound.... iAw.................. p.m. L'v 0:t0 a.m. F. DlLUXniUM, Ticket Agent, 1'aclflc Hotel Block. Street Car Schedule. tilth Street (2 cars) Trips every in mln. University Belt (.1 cars)... . " " 10 Washington a Fr'lln (Tears) ' ' 10 " rmliiitt's Park (2 cars) " " in " Ten cars aro now running. It requires thirty Minutes 10 mnKu uio rouuu inii on enen .line Capacity imrir cars in siauio. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 10. 1888. TO MINISTERS. Wo would bo glad to have pastors of the various churches In tho city to send ...

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

THE DALLAS CONVENTION. Nominations Mado Yesterday A Lively Episode. The second dny of tho democratic convention yesterday at Dallas dis patched business rapidly. Therowero no dlssonts from tho report of tho committee on credentials and no con tests for soata. Tho nominations nnd elections of state oftlcers went through almost without dissent. Col. R. M. Wynne, of Fort Worth, nominated Ross, nnd Senator Roll and Rally, of Cooko, seconded the nomi nation. Ross was nominated by ac climation by a rising vole. Tho gov ernor was called for and mado an ap propriate speech. Nominations for lieutenant-governor woro thon 'declared In order. Judgo McLoary, of Roxar, nominated Hon. John Wood, of Lnvaca. Col. Tate, of Wood, nominated Lieutenant Governor T. R. Wheoler. Tho first ballot resultod : Wheoler, 527; Wood, 204, lacking one voto of nominating. Second ballot: Wheeler, oSO 7-30; Wood 02 23-80. Judgo Wheeler was declared tho nominee for lieutenant-governor. Nominations for tho judgos of tho...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 17 August 1888

Waco evening news. vol. 1 WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 17, 1888. NO. 30. CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR BENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT ft VERY LOW PRICE. Wo haven largo lot of theso goods in broken sizes and nice styles which wo will close out at a sacrifice. r ako ivoa, take note ! A Large Assortment of Gents Strap Ties, Prince Alberts,' Oxford and Low Button Shoes will be Closed out at $1.50 A PAIR A lino of the saino stylo reduced from $3 to 2 a pair, and a lot of the sauio stylo in still better grade reduced from $4 to $3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain too, reduced from $4.60 to S3.50. Gents' Hand Sewed French Calf, plain too, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair.K Gents' flue French calf, opera and plain too, button and oxfords reduced from $Gto4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alberts, and strap ties, in the latest styles and lightest leather, will be closed ...

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 August 1888

Waco Evening News. THE NEWS COMPANY. "Entered sttlie postoince at Waco, Texas, as socoml-clas mall matter 1. II. UUIIWOOD, Buslneu Minagrr. 9UBSUKIPTI0N FlrTV CENTS A MONTH. Waco, Texas, - Auausr 17, 1833, Algernon Sartoris, Nellie Grant's husband, has become rich through the death of his brothor. The New Jersey supreme court has enjoined the Mansion House gamb ling at Long Branch. One of Chicago's millionaires, Mr. Dale, sold for $75,000 not long ago, a lot within the city limits that he origi nally paid only $75 for. Senator Spooner doesn't think the senate will adjourn before late in Oc tober. He counts on a Republican majority in Wisconsin of from 15,000 .to 25,000. Gen. Alfred H. Terry is rapidly re gaining his health at his home in New Haven. Conn. He has an old army tent on his lawn, in which he spends most of his time. , A man at Atcbison, Kan., builds an addition to his house every time a daughter marries, in anticipation, he says, of the time when she will bring her husban...

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 August 1888

ywi, Time Card. MiMHonrl PnclHe. Northbound $ Leaves 2:40a. m. ( " S'.eop. m j " 1:10a.m. South bound " 1:M. m. Thavir .Joxm, Ticket AKcnt, Paclllc Hotel Block. Cotton Belt Route. Oolnft cast, Memphis ft St. Louis, lvs 1:15 p. m. doing cast, Accom'n. (Coislcann),, 2:.T0p. m. (iolng west, Wxprcss 12:30p. m, doing west, Accommodation., 7:15 p.m. t D. E. IIiBSliriKtD, Ticket ARont, Faclflo Hotel Block, II. AT. !. Wrat bound,...) Arr 0:10a. m, (Arr 4:30p.m. jl.'v..., OifiOa. m. ki iionnd (Arr v:00 p, m. Est nonnu....(L,r n-sop. m. L'v D.G0 a. m. F. Dillingham, Ticket Agent, Paclflo Hotel Block, Street Car Schedule. Firth Street (2 cars) Trips every in mln. University Belt (3 cars)... . " 10 " Washington Kr'lln (Tears) ' " 10 " railgltt'sPark(2cars) " 15 " Ten cars aro now running. It requires thirty minutes to mako the round trip on each .line Cnvacltr, thirty cars In stable WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 17. 1888. TO MINISTERS. Wo would bo glad to havo pastors of the various churches in the city ...

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. — 17 August 1888

OITY COUNCIL, Routino of BuBinoBS A Now Ford Rocommondod. Tho regular second Thursday ses sion of tho city council was held last night, his honor, Mayor Hlnciitnnn, in tho chair. IIIu honor recommend ed for action bv tho council, fuller enforcement of tho sidewalk aud san itary ordinances, the opening of st roots and alloys, that double rock crossings bo put at all important strcot ways, to build a sewer from South Fifth on Webster to tho river, and that a ford bo opened at tho foot of Webster street. Mr. Druco Gerald in a petition sot forth nn explanation of an affair on August 10th In which ho Lad caned a person showing that tho caning had been given for good causo and that tho fine entered up ngalnsthim in tho city court bo remitted. Tho mayor urged that the petition be granted as Mr. Gerald had, ho hud hoard broken tho law to defend a slandered lady. On voto the lino was remitted by a close vote, McCulloch, Stevenson, Herbert and Forsgard voting aye und Lacy, Wheolnu and Kyerly ...

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 August 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 vyigqBijt bbqipebQ' CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL. ATTENTION TO OUR GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. We haven largo lot of these goods In broken sizes and nice styles which we will close out at a sacrifice. A Largo Assortment of Gents Strap Ties, Prlnco Alberts, ' Oxford and Low Button Shoes will be Closed out at $1.50 A PAIR A lino of the same stylo reduced from $3 to $2 a pair, and a lot of tho same style in still better grade reduced from $4 to $3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain too, reduced from 4.50 to $3.50. Gents' Hand Sewed Frenoh Calf, plain toe, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair.t Gents' fine French calf, opera and plain toe, button and oxfords roduced from $0 to $4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alborts, and strap ties, In the latest styles and lightest leather, will be closed out regardless of value. Sanger Brothers. BloedH...

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 August 1888

Waco Evening News. 3STE-WS coiwr:EA.3sry. Kaliredat the ototllco at Waco Texas as scroll 1 class mull matter I. It milUUMII) llulilc Alnnngrr aunstnii'TioN nr CrNTS a month Wioo, Tivvs, - Auousr IS 18S8 A gentleman of Boston bought a large lot of hnd at South End about twenty years ago for which he paid 5000 He cosed the hst of it re cently, and his receipts from the sale of the lot netted him $250,000 Hammonton, N J , has shipped '-' 600000 quarts of blackberries this season, or neirly $30,000 worth, for the picking of which poor persons have received over $Sooo Ap Italian lias made $2000 from fruit, and off poor soil One Huohnnens, of Helsingfors, Finland, wis, during his life, believed to be on friendly footing with the ievil His will leaves all his land and other property to that individual, ind the authorities of 1 inland are much troubled about what to do An Englishman has invented electric gun There is a small storage battery fixed in the stock, from whicr a. current strong e...

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 August 1888

1 g Local Time Oard. MlMRonrl Pacific, if North lif J.-J....5 Lcnvcfl 2!40a, m. L " 3:oop, m. " i tiiriB.m. loiitli bound J " ..1:Mji. m. TllAVI JOVM, Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel lllock. Cotton Unit Route. (loin i? cast, Memphis A St. Jxmls, Ira 1 :W p. m. ColnRcast, Accom'n. (Corslcunn) 2:30i.n. (Joint? vent, Hxprcsn 12:.1(iii. m. (jolngweBt, Accommodation ....... 7:1 " p.m. 1). E. llinsimiat), Ticket A Kent, Pacific Hotel lllock. ir.T.c. West bound,... J Arr (1:10 a. m, (Arr 4!Mp. m. I.'v fli.'iO n. m. Kflstbond....jA;::::.:;;...;..:.:J(:0Op:m. j.v...... u:ui a. m, F. DlI.UNOllAM, Ticket Asent. Pacific Hotel lllock. Street Cnr Schedule. Klftli Street (icars) Trips oory lis mln. linnerBiiy i'oui.i caraj... . jo Washington Kr'lln (I earn) ' " lo rmlitltt'BParkttcars) " " 15 Tin cars nro now running. It rcqnlrcs thirty mlnutps to mako tho ronnti trip on each .line CM'aciij-, imriy cars in Biauie. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 18. 1888, CITY ITEMS. Jcfl'Davis ''Houso of Lords." Buy food at Duva...

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. — 18 August 1888

A WILD WOMAN. CAPTURED IN THE WOODS SIX MILES FROM "WACO. Brought to the Olty thla Morning and Placed in Jail. She is Sus pected of tho Murder of Her Child. On yostordoy morning somo farm ers who wero going through tho woods in tho neighborhood of the Prnther farm, six miles from tho city, Mere startled bv acroaturo springing up boforo thorn from Bomodonso bush es and scurrying away with tho speed of tho wind. It was tho flguro of a woman, dirt begrimed, nearly nude, unci with tho fear of a wild animal in tier mad llight from tho presoiicoof man. They caught but n glimpse but that was sutllelcnt to show that it was a colored woman and had a child in her arms. In the chaso she toro through the bushos ltko a deer and it was impossible for them to oven got a good vlowofhor, much less effect it capturo. Tho men emtio back and re ported what they had soon and tho whole community was groatly excit ed over tho affair and all wore on tho look out to cateli sight of and capturo this obony cr...

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 August 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS VOL.! WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY. AUGUST 20, 1888. NO. 32. MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUIt GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. Wo hove a largo lot of these poods in brokon sizes and nice styles which wo will close out at n sacriflco. iake; xote, tkjb notb ! A Lnrffe Assortment of Gents Strap Ties, Prince Alberts, Oxford nnd Low Button Shoes will be Closed out nt $1.50 A PAIR A lino of the samo stylo reduced from 53 to 52 n pair, and a lot of the same style hi still better grodo reduced from $4 to $3. Mou's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced flora $4.60 to $3.50. Gents' Hand Sewed French Calf, plain toe, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair.t Gouts' fine French calf, opera unci plain toe, button and oxfords reduced from $6 to i4. Also a nice assortment of Southern tlc3, Oxfords, Prince Alberts, and strap ties, In the latest styles and lightest leather, wi...

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 August 1888

Waco Evening News. THE j news co3vtrA.xr'5r- .Snttredsttlio postolllco at Waco, 'len, iecond-cla9s mall matter :.-: :: " WW.', ' r- 3. II. IIUIlVfOOD, Unliif .llanngrr. fiUUSCIUPTION FIFTY CENTS A MONTH Waco, Texas, AOOUrfT 120. 18S3. Cardinal Howard, who a fortnight ago was thought to be "in extremis," und who received the last sacrements -of the Church, is now much better, .and was able to take carriage e.er- 'Ctsc more than once last week. Instead ot letting themselves out to summer hotels, as is the custom of Ztfcv, England college students, a num ,hv nf the st udents of California Uni versity are combining pleasure and snowy bergsandgolden stars. Iho new artesian well of Mr. J. I. Moore is down about two hundred feet, going down more slowly because the bore is greater than that of the first one. The old well is still running a stream of mineral water strongly of sulphur, and is daily visited by large numbers of people to drink the water. It is highly spoken of by those who have...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 August 1888

-t&wjKsuir4Tmn ,. Local Timi3ard. MInhoiiH Vault! kortli bound j Leaves SMlla. m. Sioop. in. lil&a.m. ,outh bound J " 1:2S. m. TIIAVIS .lONltS, Ticket Agent, PaclHo Hotel Mock. Cotton Hell Route. InlnBeast.Mcmiililg ftfit. Jxnls. lvsl:.V5l). m. lnliiKcABt, Accom'n. (Curslcann) . 2:.Top. m. olnj? west, vxpresi,,,. liiuup. m. olng vest, Accommodation 7:15p.m. 1). K. IliiLsnriKi.i), Ticket A Kent, 1'acMo Hotel Block. II. AT. C. Went bound.... ( Arr n-loa. m, (ATT 4!3ip. m. Iv iS0 a.m. Kant bound.... : m- L'r..'.' 0:o0 a. m. F. DlLMXdllAU, Ticket Accnt, l'aclflo Hotel Illock. Street Car Schedule. Filth Street (Scars) Trips every lfimln. I'nlvcrslty fldt (.1 cars)... . " " 10 Washington Fr'lln (It cars) ' " 10 " Pmlicltt's Park (Scars) " " 15 " Ten cars are now running' It require thirty minutes to mako tlio ronml trip on each .line IM'aciiy, tmrir cars in siauie. y a sat WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 20. 1888. CITY ITEMS. C'oolor slnco tho rain. JoirDavla ''House of Lords." Buy food at Du...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 August 1888

PERSONALS. Mr. JnniPs I. Mooro returned from Snn Autonlo yosterdoy. Mr. Jesse Cargll, who has bqen con fined to bis room with n lttmo Toot wo are glad to say is out ngaln. Mr. TTnrrv Ondlinr of Rnntror llrox.. is away for a weeks vacation at Dal las. Mr. W. A. Cassndny has returned from a visit to Washington county. Dr. J. C. J. King who has beon at San Antonio attondlnjr tho ox-sol-dters reunion tins returned homo. Tho News Is sorry to learn that Mrs. Wm. Lambdln is no bettor to day, and is still confined te hor bod. Mr. W. E. Fielding, of Littlo Kock, Ark.. Is In tho city visiting his friend Mr. J. 1$. Craig. Mrs. Chas. JJlocli, of Dallas, who has boen in Waco visiting Mrs. A. llloch returned homo yesterday. Tho Nkws is sorry to loam of the illness of Mr. J. K. Wemplo at his homo on South Firnt strcot. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Morrison and Miss Mattio Jeil'rlos have roturnod to Waco after a pleasant visit to south ern Texas. Mr. N. B. Clarke has just roturnod from a tiip through countie...

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