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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 21 August 1888

A Waco evening news VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY. AUGUST 81, 1888. NO. 3& JUL ID S XJMJfcl E r CLEARANCE SALE ! AVE CALL ATTENTION TO OUIt GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. We havo a large lot of these goods in broken sizes und nice styles which wo will close out at a sacrifice. TAKE NOTE, TAKE XOTE ! , A Lnrire Assortment of Gout Strap Ties, Prince Alberts, Oxford nnd Low Button Shoes will be Closed out at A PAIR 61- 50 RETAIL . DEPARTMENT mi Solon & RbiiIIihI. Less: (Isaac Lewis' Old Stand.) Cleanfast Hosiery ! ACME OF PERFECTION REACHED! X No More Trouble nor Worry ! Me Bin CHAT: WITH THE TRADE 4 THE F.P.ROBINSON CO. BLACK STOCKINGS. pP ? A PAIR CLEANFAST" NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS TRADE MARK ON EACH PAIIfc o A line of tho sumo style reduced from $3 to $2 a pair, and a lot of the same style in still better grado reduced from $4 to $3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced fr...

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. — 21 August 1888

Waco Evening News. it THE ISTE-WS COlvri'A.I'V. hntcri I at tho icxtollro at Waoi .econd-clas iniilt inatttr J. II. IltlltW Ollll lliiliif -Mniajrr. smistitir-TIoN utrv CrVli V MOM II Waco, Ti.xas Aeoi si 21 lbSS. It is asserted that Sir '1 nomas Ks monde is engaged to nnrr) Miss Ma Brady, daughter of Judge Brad), of New York. The dfith is reported of Mr j Stronach, who was the manager of the cit of Gh,!go bink which filled I a few j ears ago with losses of more I than $33,000,000 He was sent to nil for a vear and a lnlf for falsifying balance sheets, and ever since lived in obscuntv, a thoroughl) broken man ' man It is the execution to-di to find lucrative employment in an branch 1 I of business where women have not, stepped into ranks and shown abilm to hold their own 'Ihe insurance . , , , , , . business, heretofore held sacred to, the orpositc se, has been , , ' and some of ita richest spoils carried off by pleasant, thrifiv lad) can vassers. While Mr. Blame was plaving his star...

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. — 21 August 1888

T? Local Time Card. , MlMNimrl IMirlllc (irUjl)oiiinl . ,.,) Jpiues 2 Kin m 1 " . 1 00i m J "..,. l'l'in m suutli bnuiiil I " " ' J"'l' "i lllAVIS .ToNrcl,' Ticket AKtnt, I'mlflo llotd llloik. Cot I nu Holt itiiulc. (t(iliiRinst,ltcm)1ilfl A. fit I.011IR, Irs 1 Vi p in (ioIiii? met, Aitum'n (Cornlcanii) 2 .0 i m (.cltiK vent, lUiinss, . . . 12 lii m OoIiir wot, AciommoiliUloii 7il"ii m 1 1 lilltSllHI tu, il Vet AKtnt, 1'nclllc Hotel llloik it. a r. v. Wist bound Arr . r 10 n in, I Arr i "(iji m ( I ( n n m 1-nst bminil (,rr . J 00p in I'v ti Ji ji in h'v . u o n m i Diiiinoimm, rickot AKcnt, 1'nclllc Hotil Illock Sheet Car Schedule. Virtli Stroit (ienri) "Irlisourv Ifimln 1 nli rally Hi 11 it can) " " in " Washington Ir'linClcnTB) ' " in " l,nlltt'Bl,nrk(2cnrs) " 1', " Ti n enra nro now ruiiiiiiiB It require tlilrt uiinuti i to mnko tlio round trip on isuh Hiil Cm aclty. thirty cars In stable WUMJ"1 !' WACO. TEXAS, A UGUST 21. 1888. CITY ITEMS. la tlioro a girl In WacoreanC, of educ...

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. — 21 August 1888

B PERSONALS. Mayor llinchiunn Is nwny from tlio city on n short business trip. Mrs. M. llontherly left Wnco ye tordny for Alubaiuii. Mr. 1). P. Sholton, of Philadelphia Is lu the city. Mr. I). 1 Skolton, of Philadelphia, Is hi tlio city. Mr. L. Calhoun of the Ft. Worth (lazetto stoned over lit the city yes terday. Mr. Bill Edmonds left Colorado lor Seattle- and the west const on tlio 10th of this month. Mr. II. J. Hudson of Lorona was In tho city to-day whore his general faco 1b always wolcoine. Mr. Peter McClelland returned from Colorado this morning looking flushed and hearty from tho bracing iilrof the mountains. Sheriff JIurris leaves to-morrow Ft. Worth to attend tho stato associa tion of Sheriffs which meets at that place. Dr. O. D. Streoter loft this morning for Chicago via Hot Springs, ArK., where he will be joined by his wife. Mrs. Win. Ltmbdim who has been seriously ill with trousilitls is, tho Nr.ws is glad to hear, much better and on n fair way to rapid recovory. Mr. and...

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. — 22 August 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL.1 QpeE bbqireeQ' JUL id umm js r CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUK GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENT8 LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. Wo ha von largo lot of those goods in broken slzos and nice styles which wo will oloso out at a sacrifice. ire: ivote), ta:k::e xotej A Larger Assortment of Gouts Strap Tics, Prince Alberts, Oxford and Low Button Shoes will ue Closed out tit $1.50 A PAIR A line of tho same style reduced from $3 to 52 a pair, and a lot of the same style In still better grade reduced from $4 to $3. Men's Dougola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced from $4.50 to $3.50. Gonts' Hand Sewed French Calf, plain toe, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair.i Gents' flue French calf, opera and plain toe, button and oxfords reduced from $0 to $4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alberts, and strap ties, in the latest styles and lightest leather, will be closed out regard...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 22 August 1888

Waco Evening News. the newb coivri'A.isfsr. Kntcrc 1 nt the poto lice at Waco lui5, 09 sccon 1-clms mnll mnttLr J II. rHJUVVOIIll. lluliir Mnnnjrr sunscuii'Tiuv run ctsrs v month Waco, Tiws, - August HJ 188S, Immigration into Clinch from Lu rope thus fir this jetr has retched 45 ooo Of this number, 40,000 have proceeded direct to the United Sti.es '1 he city authorities of Pluhdelphia have figured it out that the) wilt need $18,505,697 to run the town next ear, an lncrcise of ibout $4,000 000 from this jeir The totil debt of Mtsbichusettss, stile -ind municipal, upon which it is piling interest is $91,283,913, of Pennsjlvimi $1 1 ,034,759, and of New York $318,823,314 A Nebrabki mm named Mickel wait, who is traveling to Washington, weighs 400 pounds, and has to be ear ned in the biggage cir, being unible to enter a pissuiger car He is in robust health, but is fasting to reduce his flesh Guy's Hospital, the richest of the endowed chanties of London, his been obliged to ask for a shar...

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. — 22 August 1888

Bocal Time Card. MUnottrl Pacific. North bound ...,,j Leaves 2:)(la. m, 1 I l nuit, in V ( , . . ItHin.in, iontli boiiml JT.?... imp. m. iHAVIH iJOIH, Ticket Affcnt.rnclflo Hotel lllock. Cotton Holt Route. (,lnK cnat, Momilils A St. I,otil, lvs 1 :.V p. m. (Miik i'8t, Accom'n. (Coretcmm) 2:To p. m. i.,,iiil- ucKt. l(xiiroi., ..i'!tnii. m. OuInK Most, Accommodation 7:1") p.m. 1). K, HllWIlFIFI.il, llckct Aitont, 1'aclnc Hotel lllock. 11. AT. C. West bound,... (Ah 0:10 a. m, (Arr,..,,. I :.",(! p, m. clv oir.o a.m. ,, boumi. i:::;::;:;;:-::::::,:!J!::j: I.'v i U:fO a. in. F. Dll.UMIIIAM, Ticket Axcnt, 1'aclflc Hotel lllock. Street Cnr Schedule. Fifth Street (2 cars) TrliiB m cry ir, mln. llnlerfllty Ileitis cars)... . " " 10 ' y'niilngton a Fr'lln (Icars) ' " 10." rnditltt'urark'ttcars) ' " 1.1 " Ten cars nro now running:. It required thirty mlnuli's to mako tho round trip ou each .line Cmmclty. thirty cars in utablu. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 22. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Anothor good rain in a fe...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 22 August 1888

PERSONALS. Mr. A. J. Coburn of New Orleans Is in tlio city to-day. Mr. A. Goldsmith, of St. Louis, s toped over In tho city yesterday. Mrs. Stalling, daughter of Mrs. F. M. Makolg, who has boon qulto ill Is couvelescent. Mr. J. Koslowsky, general land ngcnt of tho Cotton Holt, was In tho city yesterday. Mr. William Edmonds and family who been summering in Colorado returned homo to Waco yesterday. Mr. W. "V. Williamson and wlfo of YounJ; county aro visiting tho family of Judge F. M. Makolg in East Woeo. Tho News is glad to learn that Deputy Constablo Jim Lockwood who has beon down with a siego of malarial fovor Is ablo to bo out again. Mr. Robert Cohen, brothor of Mr. Sam Cohen, formorly of Waco but who for tho past three years has been in Posen, Oormauy, has returned to Wuco which ho will make his homo for tho future -Mrs. S. L. and Mrs. J. II. Cargill, tho vonornblo mother and estimable wife of Mr. J. II. Cargill, loft for St. Joseph, Mo., to day on a visit to rela tives and friend...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 23 August 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 23. 1888. NO. 35. SANGER BROS. Ladies' Suit Department, 1? B R O I Wo respectfully invito tho attontlon of our Lady friends to tho announcement this wook, of our white aud colorod suits, assur ing them that genuine bargains can bo had in this department. Wo have but a llmltod stock of these goods left, and will closo them out at prlcos that will justify any ouo purchasing for noxtsonson, oven though they could not be worn this season. We solicit a visit of Inspection. Many stylos nro greatly reduced which wo can not enumorate, owing to tho limited space. SANGER BROTHERS. u IS T Y RETAIL DEPARTMENT tail, Solon k Rosenthal, (Isaac Lewis' Old Stand.) Gleanfast i sosiery ACME OF PERFECTION REACHED I No More Trouble nor Worry I o 4 iTHEF. P. ROBINSON CO.' "BLACK STOCKINGS. i fl law. - 3fS OrSk ' Ladies' Whlto Lawn Suits, Basque, and full trimmed ruflled skirt, neatly made at only $3.00. Ladles' white Embroidered Lawn Suits, tastily ...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 23 August 1888

Waco Evening News. the news aoivrp.A.isnr. Knturcd at tlto postonico nt Waco, Tcvaj, as second-class mall matter J. II. tlUIUVOlU), llnliir .Manager. suuscitti'Tius riKrv cents a month. Waco, Ti:xas, - AUGUST 2.), 1SSS The Philadelphia mint coined 3, 000.000 cents in July. The saloon keepers of San Jose, Cal., are organizing to resist the pay ment of city licenses on billiard and pool tables. The first bale ol hops of the growth ot 1 888 was received in Boston on Mondaj, and was sold next day at thirty cents per pound. A Boston undertaker recently made a $5000 coffin for one of the Beacon street blue stockings. It was said to be the most costly coffin ever finished and sold in America. Thomas B. Berry, of the General Executive Board of the Knights of Labor, says the country was never so fre-i from strikes as at the present time. The board has no strikes to settle at all. A French ministerial organ confes ses that the country runs into debt at the rate of 300,000,000 frances a year. ...

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. — 23 August 1888

'I Local Time Card. MUnoitrl l'nrlflc. Northbound 1 Leaves 2HGa.ni. a:oop. m. ,xK " 1 lift a m. konth bound....'!? l:!ii. m. 1KAVIB (lONKS, Ticket Aacnt, raclflo Hotel IJlock. Cotton licit Route. Iiolnff east, Memphis A St. Louis, lva 1:M p. ra. lolnKcast. Accom'n. (Corslcanu) il:".oi. m. nOlnK fleai, piress iz:;ii, m. jolii)(cBt, Accommodation 7:1 " p.m. I). K. HmsilKii'lu, lit kot Ascnt, l'aclflo Hotel lllock. II. AT. C. IWeBt liouml.... j Arr 0:10 a. in, (att :;ajp.m. L'v oiiida, m. lK.it bound.... I Air.. ilffiJI-K- Ii'v "l)!to a. m. F, Diilinoiiam, Tlrkot Agent. Pacluo Hotel lllock. Street Car Schedule. Hlfth Street (2 cars) Trips overy 15 mtn. UnUerslty Holt (.1 cars) .. . " " 10 " Washington Fr'lln ('I cars) " 10 " riMtitltt'srark(2cars) " " 11 " Ten enrs nro now running. It requires thirty minutes to inako tlio round trip on each .tine CiumcKy. thirty cars In Btnblo. es9RW"annRBBHiaB WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 23. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Buy food at Duvall's 300, Franklin. Camp Tat Clobu...

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. — 23 August 1888

PERSONALS. Mr. W. D. Jnokson Is in Dallas, at a mooting of tho stato prohibition oxoeutlvo committee Mr .8 L.1J. Anson is qttlto ill. Mr. J. K. Wsllnco nml Mrs. Wnl Inco noo Miss Lizzie Btroot of Corsl cnna wore In tho city on n visit to friends. They returned to Corsicatia last evening. Mayor A. Hliichtunn hns roturnod from a trip to the country and his tall form loomed up on the recorders bench again this morning-. Mr. Constablo Jim Lockwood was down town this morning aftor a tug with malarial fovor of a week or more. Mr. J. 'It. Crlag who has been In tho clothing department of Lowlno Brothors, loaves to-day for ids old homo Oakland, Mississippi, whore ho will remain permanently. Miss Lola Heed roturnod yesterday from Hlllsboro, after a throo weeks visit to the family of Dr. Scollold. Little Willlo Baker is happily re covering rapidly and was ablo to ride out to-day. LOtAL PIOK-UPS. Tho domaud for ico will soon bo over and ansioty about wood and coal bogin. Ono of tho ilnost linos...

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. — 24 August 1888

y WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 24. 1888. NO. 37. SANGER BROS. Ladies' Suit Department. G E A. T A. A I V JS Wo respectfully invito tho attention of our Lady frfetidu to tho announoeniont this wook, of our whlto and colored suits, assur ing thorn that gonulno bargains cun bo had In this department. Wo havo but a limited stock of thoso goods left, and will closo them out at prices that will justify any ono purchasing for next son son r even though they could not bo worn this soasou. Wo solicit u visit of inspection. Many styles aro greatly reduced which we can not enumerate, owing to the limited space. SANGER BROTHERS. u M ML re t Y RETAIL- DEPARTMENT I, HI! k Iffi Riii (Isaac Lewis"01d Stand.) Cleanfast Hosiery ! ACME OF PERFECTION REACHED I o No More Trouble nor Worry ! o THE F.P.ROBINSON CO.' 1 BLACK STOCKINGS. Ladies' White Lawn Suit. Basque, and full trimmed nulled skirt, neatly mnde at only $3.00. Ladies' whlto Embroidered Lawn Suits, tastily made and tr...

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. — 24 August 1888

X H Waco Evening News. nv THE NEWS C03VH,A.3ST"5r. Nntorod at the postolllce nt Waco, Texns, as second-class mull mutter J. II. nUUWOOl), Itiilnr MmingFr. SUItoclltlTION FIFTY CENTS A MONTH Waco, Texas, August 21, 1888, During the past week Capt. ,W. H. Beanham, of Battery B, Louisiana Field Artillery, was the guest at Bos--ton, Mass., of the National Lancers. Henry Ward Beecher's country "home at Peekskil!, which cost him $300,00, is reported to be sadly neg lected, and is now offered in the mar ket at $80,000. Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe is re ported to be losing health and strength rapidly, being now unablo to walk out of doors. She is at Sag Harbor with her son, Rev. Charles E. Stowe. "Mr. Blaine didn't think," is the vrdict e expressed at the national Re publican headquarters over his talk abouttrusts. "Mr. Blaine's speech will make many thousand votes for Cleve land," was what they thought ot it at Democratic headquartes. T) e value of the real and personal property of Californ...

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. — 24 August 1888

JJ Local Time Oard. Mlmionrl Pacific. North bound. ,.... leaves 2:40s. in. " 3:0fli. m. t " lilfia.m. South bound lipt m. , . , . .. Tuavis Jours, Tlckot Ajfent, racltlo Hotel Illock. Cotton licit Route. (iolntf east, Memphis ft Rt. IxmiIb, lvs IsM p. n, liuliiK east, Accom'n. (Corslcann) 2!. p.m. (inltiR went, VxpTosa 12:30p. m, tioliiKoat, Accommodation 7:15 p.m. I). K. Hinsnrim.i), Tlrkot AKcnt, IMcMo Hotel fllock. II. AT.O. West bound.... Arr 0:10 a, m, JArr 4:.l0p. m. (I-'v ., 0:roa.m. Hast bound.... Ait 1:00 p.m. I.'v... i):M p. m. L'v , . it:C0 a. m. P. DlI.MN'CllUM, Tlckot Agent, I'aclflo Hotel Illock. Street Car Schedule. OrthStrect (2cars) Trips every ir.mln. Unhcrelty Ileitis cars)... . V " lo " Washington tKr'lin (3 cars) ' " 10 " rmlKltt'sI'nrk (Scars) " "' is Ten cars aro now running. It requires thirty minutes to make the round trip ou each .line Capacity, thirty cars In stablo. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 24 . 1888. CITY ITEMS. Buy feed at Duvall's 300. Franklin. Roads were ...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 24 August 1888

PRELIMINARY HEARING. JIM JONES ON TRIAL FOR KIL LING ENGINEER MOSES On August 7th, By Wrookina the Central Train. Tim preliminary hearing begun tills morning nt ten o'clock In tho district court room, before Justice Sluoper. The defendunt was roprcsoutod by Cicero Jenkins, mid tho stato by county at torney Blair. The defendant is a col ored man of favorable appearance, tawny In color rather than black; nix feel tall, with a Caucasian faco; high forehead and high cheek bones and with clear, simp and restless eyes. Ills appenrnnco indicates moro than usual Intelligence. Dofenco admit ted tho killing. Tho first wltncsB examined was A. J. Cartrell, fireman on tho ill fatod train on tho occasion of tho mock. Tho examination was as to tho details of tho wreck, full particulars of which wero glTou in tho Nr.ws at the time, and which did not vary from wit ness's testimony. J. M. Leo, engin eer mid superintendent of tho Texas Central road, who was on tho train at tho time of the wreck, testi...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 25 August 1888

Waco evening news. vol. 1 WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 25. 1888. NO. 88. SANGER BROS. Ladies' Suit Department, R E A. T R O I Wo respectfully invito tho attontlou of our Lady friends to tho announcement this week, of our white and colored suits, assur ing thorn that genuine bargains can bo had in this department. Wo have but a limited stock of these goods loft, and will close them out at pricos that will Justify any one purchasing for next senson, oven though they could not bo worn this season. Wo solicit a visit of inspection. Many stylos are greatly reduced which wo can not enumerate, owing to the limited space. SAJfOEIt BROTHERS. u R T Y I Lndles' Whito'Lawn Sulfa,. Basque, and full trimmed rullled skirt, neatly made at only $3.00. Ladles' whlto Embroidered Lawn Suits, tastily made and trimmed with embroidery and ruilling at $4.00. Lndles' white Lawn Suits, tucked and heavily Embroidered, stylish and well nindo, at $6.00. Ladies' Swiss Embroidery Suits, elegantly trimmed and tas...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 25 August 1888

Waco Evening News. THE TSTE"WS COMF-A-ISTX-. Kuterednt the postoillco nt Warn, Texa, as srcond-clAts mnll matter J. II. nUKWOOD. Iluliif Manager. flUttSUItirTlO.V KIKTY Cr.ST.S A MONTH Waco, "tkxas, - August 23, 1888, James Stevens was a poor man and one of the original settlers of Portand, Ore. He pre-empted 250 acres of land in what is now the heart of that town, and now, dying, he leaves to .heirs who had forgotten him, an estate 'worth hundreds of thousands of dol lars. A Republican of Brunswick, N. J. 'thus gives ttie attitude of his party: "For Premier and Lord Protectionist of Infant Industries, James G. Blaine, ot Maine, the Uncrowned King, the Prince of Leaders, the Greatest Liv ing Stateman: for Janittr of the White .House, B. Harrison, ot Indiana." Mane, the exiled Queen of Naples, lives the year rounvi in Paris in kired -apartments on the third floor, for -which she pays $1200 a vear rent The house is retired and unfashioable, and the rooms are furnished with al most mea...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 25 August 1888

ial Time Card North bonnd ( Leaves 2:40a.m. I " S:Mp, m. ," i:ira.m. Southbound 1:2.1p.m. . . . TltAVIfl Jon. Ticket Affcnt, 1'aclflo Hotel lllock. Cotton licit Route. Going east, Memphis ft St. Louis, Its l-.M p. m. doinircast, Accom'n. (Corslcann) . 2: p.m. (inltiK Vest, Vxprcas , 12:30p. m. UoIiik "fat, Accommodation 7:10 p.m. I). K. UinsnriKtD, Ticket Affcnt, 1'aclflo Hotel Mock. II. T. U. West bound.... j Arr (1:10 a. m, Arr 4:.inp. m. (I.'v 0:"0 a.m. flast bound.... iArr.:....;.......;:.:v:00 p.m. Ii'v D:Go a. m. F. Dilukqiiam, Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel Block. Street Car Schedule. Fifth Street ('2 cars) Trips every IB mln, University Holt (3 cara)... . " " 10 " WashlnKtonAFT'llnClcars) ' " 10 " Pmlirltt's Park (2 cars) " " 15 " Ten can nro now running. It requires thirty mlnntra to mal.o tho round trip on each .line unimciiy, imriy cars in sinuic. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 25. 1888, CITY ITEMS. Bonoloss codllsh at Early & Finks. Gon. Follx Robertson has returned from a trip to...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 25 August 1888

PRELIMINARY HEARING, JIM JONES ON TRIAL FOB KIL LING ENGINEER MOSES Bvlrtenco Oontlnuod from 3 p. m Yesterday Numerous Wit- noseoa for Dofouoo. The ovldonoo for tlio stato closed yesterday nftornoon with tlio testi mony of Capt. J. M. Waller, of Hall & "Waller's dotcotivo agency, two wit nesses being held In reserve by con sent of the court. Tim ilrst witness for dofenso was Chas. It. Uattallo, on whoso place Jones lives. Ho testified to Jonos be ing nt work on tlio nftornoon of the wreck and wns followed by Ids broth er, H. Uattallo, who also testified to the presonco of Jonos during tlio ma jor part of tho nftornoon. This morn ing tho first witness oxaniincd wns Chow Battallp, witness for tlio do fondont, testified as follows: "I ro meniber n wreck on the Central last of August, and I was nt homo at tho tlmo, about sun-down I was at homo Jones was at our houso nt sun-down and left about dark. It is 110o yards from our houso to tho cattlo guard, and there are three wire fences ...

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