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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 27 August 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS MONDAY. AUGUST 27. 1888. SANGER BROS. Ladies' Suit Department T A. I Or A. I St We respectfully invito the attention of oar Lady frldnds to tho antiouncennjit this week of our whlto and colored suits assur- ing thoin that gonulno bargains can be had In this department. We havo but a limited stock of these goods left and will olose them out at prices that will justify any ono purchasing for next season even though they could not be worn this soason. Wo solicit a visit of Inspection. Many styles are greatly reduced which wo can- Mot enumerate owing to tho limited space. SAfftiEU BROTHERS. M y Ladles' White Lawn Suits Basquo and full trimmed rullled skirt neatly madoatobly$3.00. Lndies' white Embroidered Lawn Suits tastily made and trimmed with embroidory and milling at $4.00. Ladles' whlto Lawn Suits tucked and heavily embroidered stylish and well made at $3.00. Ladies' Swiss Embroidery Suits elegantly trimmed and tastefully made short overskirt an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 27 August 1888

Waco Evening News. II V Knlftidntthf postoillco t Waco Texas as t-ccoud-clnss mull mutter. .J. II. tlUllVfttOU llnilnr Mannjrr. acnscitiiTiox fifty cents a mo.niu Waco Texas August 2" 1SSS. While Tennessee and Louisinm are flooded with destructive rains Central Texas is receiving genial showers. A special from New York City of Wednesday says that the Sugar Trust lias succeeded in supplying the de- ficiency that existed in raw sugars a short time ago and that the members of the trust are refining a surplus -which they are storing. Stephen R. Post a wheat plunger of die New York Produce Exchange lias gone under with liabilities estima- ted at $750000. He is one of the oldest members of the Exchange and his fortune was rated at $1250000. He was a bear. The Commissioner of Pensions has amended the bill recently .introduced by Senator Fat a ell for a pension to the widow of Gen. Sheiidan from $5000 per annum to $3000. As amended the bill was reported by the committee on pension as a subs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 27 August 1888

Local Time Oard. Mlaaaarl Iaclfle. North Kd Leave ..3:46a. m. ( " 8:op. m. ( " t l!l5.m. Southbound J 1:21p.m. . . . Tbavw Jones Ticket ABcnti I'aclflo Hotelllock. Cotton licit Route. Going cast Memphis A St. Txnls lvt 1 :S p. ra. (Joint? east Arcom'n. (Corslcana) . 2:30 p.m. (ioltiR west yxpivsv 13:Mp. in. GolnKc8t Accommodation 7:lDp.m. 1). K. IlmsnrixLi) Ticket Agent I'aclflo Hotel lllock. II. AT. C. Westbound... lArr ...0:10 a. m (Arr 4:.10p. in. cl'v o:fo a.m. Kist bound... J Arr. 1 :00 p. m. Iv.'"".'""!. 0:50 a! m! F. Dillinqiuu Ticket Agent Facluc Hotel Block. Street Car Schedule. Fifth Street (2 cars) Trips every 15 mln. University Jlelt (3 cars)... . " " 10 " Washington Fr'lln (Scare) " " 10 " PadKltt'srarktacars) " 15 " Ten cars aro now running. It requires thirty minutes to mako tho round trip ou each .line Capacity thirty cars In stable. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 27. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Bonoloss codfish at Early & Finks. Tho rain yesterday Interfered with tho regular service...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 27 August 1888

PERSONALS. Miss Zoo Hubby returned Inst eve- ning from ft summering In Tennessee Mr. Q. M. Morso Is back In tbo city from n trip. ' Capt. TIiob. Wnltes Is back irom a trip to tho country. Mrs. J. M. Ferny who has beon visit- ing at Taylor returned yesterday. Judge Williams 1ms roturncd from Marlln. Mr & Mrs. O. II. Caldwoll havo ro turncd from a summor trip to Georgia Mr. and Mrs. James A. Klako aro back from a visit to Illinois. Mrs. A. Hnruch. wp recrot to hoar Is still qulto 111. $ Mrs. Dufl Domuau nnd daughter returned last evening fromGKlVeston. Mrs. A. O. Dowoy and children who havo been visiting In northern Texas returned last even'ng. Mr. Edgar Itagland loaves this weok for Los Angoloa this week and will make that placo his homo. Mr. S. Gabert.of Navasota is lu tho city on a visit to his brothors of tho firm of Gabort Bros Capt. John T Battle is at Wharton Texas attending his brother Hon I. C. Battle who is very ill. Mr. Jake Lovlnski who has boon down with fover for som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 28 August 1888

vK WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS TUESDAY. AUGUST 28 1888. NO. 40. SANGER BROS. Ladies' Suit Department. o R A T A & A I Wo respectfully mvite the attention of out Iady frlfi)U tp die announcement this week of our white and colorod suits assur- ing thorn that genuino bargains can bo had In this department. We have but a llmitod stock of these goods left and will close them out at prices that will Jtisflfy any one purchasing for next seaSoin oven though they could not bo worn this season. We solicit a visit of inspection. Many styles are greatly reduced which wo can- not enumerate owing to the limited spaco. SAti'fiEK brothers. IT M re T Y St Ladles' Whlto Lawn Snlt Basque and full trimmed rullled skirt neatly made at only ?3.X). Ladies' whito Embroidered Lawn Suits tastily uiado and trimmed with embroidery and ruflliug at $4.00. Ladies' whito Lawn Suits tucked and heavily embroidered stylish and weU mado at $0.00. Ladies' Swiss Embroidery Suits elegantly trimmed and tastef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 28 August 1888

HE CAME PREPARED. Waco Evening News. OVER THE STATE. Pithy PciragrraphB Gloanod from THE 3STEWS aOJvn-A.N"5r. Xntyrcd at the pojtpTlce a Vfazo Tovjis ne ( scumd-Uass ninll matter J. It. rtUHWOOD Hnlnn .Mnungrr. SlTuHutl'tlO.V'lVrY UKSIS A MONT It -i.f( .4- ; ..- - - 4-? Waco "Tkkas - August 23 1S83. The Rev. E. B. C. Coinings pas tor oC a Presbyterian Church near Pittsburg and Edward 0. Orth a ivell-known civil engineer of that city here drowned in the Conemaugh river la mountain stream near Johnston Pa. on Wednesday last. ' Against the ad- vice of friends they pi't together their canoes and sta-ted out on their way to Pittsburg. As they started off one of them ciied out "Make way for the funeral." Two miles further on the tboat capsized and drowned both Hc great argument in favor of Mr. Ilarrison's nomination fori president was the importance of carrying In diana. The various manifestation of j republican ifeebleners in that! state at ddast adraitj a doubt of lhe candidate's (.abil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 28 August 1888

Local Time 'Card. MlNHokirl Pacific ( Nort Ii' bound.. ( Ijcavos. .2 40nm. J. " ... . loop m I ci " ... lilSn m Sontlt boniitl J " ! 'V n Tiu is Joas flckel AiiUiti rajlflcjllotiej lllocjt 5 C'ottnn licit Route. Uolnf? nut Memphis & St. Louis lys 1 VS )i m doing cast Accom'm (Corslcanu) Slop m (JolnR Lt. yxpross . U 3D p.m. Uolnj' vuBt.'Accommortntlon "lupin D.K lliiisiiriKr.ii lckct AKcnt 1'aclflc Hotel lHock". II. A T. V. Wcst bound.... Aw n'loa m Arr I Wp iri c I.'v . .i .. '0 n m Kast bound .JArr ........ ... nop j 1'v It V o iri r. DiudiiAx Ticket AKpnt 1'aclflc lloti lniocl$ Street Car Schedule. i irtli Street (2 curs) . .lijpsoury limit). University He It dears) " " Ifi ". Washington "fr'Hn Clears) ' " Iq " ' railKltt'sl'mllScars) " " l"i " I Tin cars nronou running It requires thirty inlmitis to mnku tha TOnnd trip on each UnL Cmmclti thirty cars in stable I WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST ?3. 1888. ciTiOLrriErMS.j;; "Sixty days!" 'Who Bald it? "il Boneless codfish at Early & Ft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 28 August 1888

A ? THE FREE DELIVERY. Hopos That It Will Be In Opera- tion by Ootobor First. Wo havo t ho olicorfull Information to Impart Hint thero Is overy proba- bility that by Ootobor first tho froo dolivory system will bo in full opera- tion. Postmaster Gorahl has ro- eolved Instructions from Wnliington to get everything re.uly by that tlmo If possible or as soon thereafter as possible. Thero is a good deal to bo dono thecarrlors to bo provided and 'their bonds forwarded to Wnslilnton for approval and loturnod their uni- forms secured etc. In addition the olty has to be districted. Judge Gerald is putting forth his best efforts and will do his part without fall while tho onlv thing which may delay the matter will bo the work of divid- ing the -city Into districts which is done by some ono appointed at Wash- ington. Tho city has dono its part namely running streots and number- ing houses which Is all that is re- quired of it. . .PERSONALS. The genial Col. R. C. Burnham is in the city again on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 29 August 1888

cvjm WACO EVENING NEWS. YOL. 1 WACO TEXAS WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 29 1888. NO. 41. SANGER BROS. Ladies' Suit Department re A. T re i We respectfully invito the attention of our Lady frtfinds to the minouncoiuont this wook of our white ami colored suits assur- ing thorn that gemilno bargains can bo had In this dopartinent. We have but a limltegt stock of those goods loft and will close thorn out at prices that will Justify any one purchasing for next Benson even though thoy could not bo worn this season. We solicit a visit of inspection. Many styles nro greatly reduced which we can- not enumerate owing to the limited space. SAJTGER BROTHERS. JUL re Y Ladles' White Lawn Suite Basque and full trimmed milled skirt neatly mado at only $3.00. Ladles' white Embroidered Law u Suits tastily made and trimmod with embroidery and milling at 4.00. Ladlos' white Lawn Suits tucked and heavily embroidered stylish and well id a do at 85.00. Ladies' Swiss Embroidery Suits elegantly trimmed and tastefully m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 29 August 1888

Waco Evening News. u 1STEWS COIMCI'A.TSnr. iSnterodattliB poatolllce st Wneue Texas ai iicomUclasa tfifcll mutter ' ffilFllVRW 00BulnSi Manager"." fTMCUUtlOX F1K.TV CFNTa A JlQSIlIi "Waco Texas - August ilO 1SS3. Tlie late . D yer Gray of the Dub- 'lin Freeman's journal left a fortune vf nearly $450000. It is proposed to build a three-foot-wide cinder path between rew York tend. New;Haven for bjcvcles. -j ' TheTfchest mine lfi ."Australia'' find $ethaps'iin thei wold ii the ltiunt Morgan in Queensland It is variously estimated a worth from $12000000 .to $2oooooo. An offer of 19000 '000 for it was refused. Mr. Gladstone sajs he can hold out no hope that he will be able to take part in any political uork alter the settlement of the Irish question His one aim in life 19 to secure Home rule for Ireland. ThatJone ho b 'Hetes his public work 'will be ended.' ' t3v a canal lift' recentlj' finished lat 'Arques; Framce bj- Edwin Clark the English engineer five or six locks are done awajs wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 29 August 1888

r-jL Local Time Card. Northbound.. J.Lmvm.w. JMCa. m. I t l f J-' '; i nr nr Soijthbo.and .J..J ''- .....t.lSp. 16. ft t Tlelcct Aircnt. PnrlrtnlfotplBlork.l 1 S Cotton licit Route. Going MBt Mcmpbla A St. foula lvi 1 AS p. m uuiukcmi. Acconvn. (toraicannj . sup. m. Holng yrcat pxpTci )..12.S0p.rn. Going vest Accommodation 7:15 p m. D E ltuuMrriM TickotiAgont Paciflo Hotel filocki U. AT. . Wct bound... Arr....i.. ....e;lo. m ..4 so p. m. ... O'no a.m. .?;-. eon. rat ( AIT. c Vv.. 'Cast bonndrr -I Atttttyrrrcr-.j. 1 T.'v 'L'r . .oao p.m. IV.j...i .ui.ui-B:oOivm. FlDlLMIUIIAM Ticket AKont Paciflo Hotel Block. Street Car Schedule. Fifth Street (Jean) .M...MTrlnieYeryl5mln. University Helt (8 can). ?!'.' ' lo Washington A Fr'lln (3 cara)i 'mil" ilO' " PadKltt'aParktteari)...... " . .'' lj ' Ten can are now running. It requires thirty minutes to-make the round trip i on' each' .line Capacity tllrty.c &rs In stable. SW WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 20.4888. 'CITY ITBM. Boneless cod 11 ah nt Ear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 29 August 1888

J r PERSONALS. Mrs. W. a.Mnyllolil 1h ill. Major C. 11. Pearro 1b back hi tlio city In vigorlous licaltli. Miss Fannlo Shepherd hus recov- ered from a rtccnt illness. Miss Jennie Kolly of Dawson Is In tho city on a visit to Mr. mill Mrs. Ruby Jones. Misses fimnni nml Willie Culiiort- sou have returnoil from n visit of sov- oral wooks to Gntcsvillo. Mr. A. S Haber left yesterday for Sew York to lay In big stock of fall and winter goods. Mossrs. Frank and Louis Hindi- man ami Joney Jones are off on a dear hunt In Hamilton county. Mrs. W. T. Harris and Mrs: S. T. Mallory liavogonoto Corpus Cliristl for a week or two of recreation. Mrs. J. E. Walker of CJatesville accompanied by lior lltllo son Eliot is visiting her parouta Dr. nud Mrs. Culbertson No. 1103 S. Fifth street. Littlo Ethel Jones who caught such a feerful fall on last Sunday is recov- ering and tho patter of her cheerful feet will soon be hoard about tho house again. Mr. Willie Harrison son of Gen. Thos. Harrison is at homo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 30 August 1888

4 WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS THURSDAY. AUGUST 30 1888. NO. 42. SANGER BROS Ladies' Suit Department 3t re T A. I Wo respootfully invito tho attention of our Lady friends to tho announcement this wook of our white and colored suita assur- ing them that gonulno bargains can bo had in this department. Wo havo but a limitod stock of these goods left and will close them out at prices that will Justify any one purchasing for next Bosaqu oven though tlioy could not bo worn this soasou. Wo solicit u visit of Inspection. Many styles are greatly reduced which wo can- not enumerate owing to the limited space. SANGER BROTHERS. XJ JUL ML Y RETAIL. DEPARTMENT Lai Solomon k RnM (Isaac Lewis' Old Stand.) Cleanfast Hosiery ! ACME OF PERFECTION REACHEDI o No Alore Trouble nor Worry I o Lndioa' White Lawn Bolt Basque and full trimmed rullled skirt neatly made at only $3.00. Ladies' white Embroidered Lawn Butts tastily uiado and trimmed with embroidery and ruflling at $4.00. Ladles' white Lawn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 30 August 1888

xWaMWftSRtMOTlmuatvM Hoa T Waco Evening News. uv THE NEW8 C07vX3?A.2Srx: Knlorattlio postolllce at Waco Texas as ewond-clasj mall matter J. II. ItURWOOD Builnrti Mauai.fr. snnsouaiioN fifty cents a montu. Waco Texas August 30 188S. The Chinese minister at Washing- ton is said to be developing a great fondness for base ball though he has not yet learned to shot in true Yankee iashion. The President's message is a strik- ing illustration of his happy faculty of doing the right thing at the right time and in the riht way New York Times Ind. There is said to be an expeit arch- cry player in England who is absolute- ly blind. A boy behind the target "rings the bell and his sense of hear- ing is so accurate that he knows just where to aim his shaft. Nicholas Murphy watch on the Bos- ton tea wharf was presented the other day with a gold-headed cane by his employers for his bravery in having saved 100 persons from drowning dur- ing the past five years. Jen. Harrison is on a tour. But it is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 30 August 1888

ggj"" ' -J I Local Time Card. Mlmutnrl Pnciflc. Northbound loaves 3:4fla. m. I " S:Mp m. " Ulftn.m. South bound 1:83p.m. Tiuvifl Joins Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Block. Cotton Bolt Ronte. tloInK MstiMomphli A St. Louis Its 1 M p. n. tlolnpr casti Accom'n. (Corslcana) .. 2!30p. m. (ioInK west Wxprcss. 12:80 p. m OolnRVest Accommodation 7;irp.m. 1). K. IfnUUINKLD Ticket Aftont Pacific Hotel Block. 11. T. C. West bound ... An 0:10. m J Arr ...4:30p.m. iL'v i.... Oifio a. n. Kit Ixinnd.... ) ATT V:00 p. m. fci Dounu....jLv 9:30 p.m. L'v o:CO a. m. T. DjllimoiiIk Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Block Street Cor Schedule. Fifth Street (2 cars) Trips every lfl mln. jt University Belt (: cars)... . " " 10 " Washington Kr'lln (3 cars) ' " 10 " Vsdirltt'sParkWc&rs) " ' 15 " Ten cars aro now running. It Tequlros thirty minutes to make the round trip on each .line cai'sctr. mirir cars in siaoie. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 80. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Tako Peelers chill SympNo Cuius No Pav Boneless cod 11 ah n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 30 August 1888

I.'f v'i.fl 'SfSPjJf"nv' A If. PERSONALS. Mrs. C. E. Kingsbury is wo regret to learn very 111. Mrs. O. W. David who hns boon quito ill is recovering. Mrs. John Woods living on Frank- lin streot is very 111. J. H. Scurbrough city roglstored nt tho Brunswick to-dny. Mr. Hurry E. flnrlnndof Galveston is stopping nt tho Brunswick. Rev. A. A. Gilbort hns returned to Jacksonville Illinois his home. Mrs. J. II. Mouls Euglo Springs is stopping at tho Brunswick hotel. VUllo Counts son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Counts 003 Button stroot is very dnngorously 111 Mr. Oscar Itndnoy of Georgia is in tho city nnd will probably nmko "Waco his fuluro home. Cnpt. M. M. Boggess who returned from Colorado last week Is out on tho streets much Improved In health. Miss Paulino Kutuor who has boon snendinir the vacation. vlBltimr friends nt Navnsota rotumed home yesterday. County" attornov T. A. Blair re turned to-dnv from Woston Walls. where ho has boon for a few days of recreation. Hon. W. S. Baker returned f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 1 September 1888

T'TWTyAsw'rffg r wywir?Bgwi8m:p Tfrgps "mmWTW EVENING NEWS. WACO. TEXAS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 1888. NO. 44. VOL. 1 .k hs-b-----5s-hbh-ssmhsbh a- S?i)-? m h It M SANGt On or About the 15th of this Month all of our Arrangements Will be Complete. The Magnificent Addition to. our Building will be Ready to Open all "tne Changes in the Main Building will be Readyrand then Ot:r Iaii Stools:. WhlOh IS KBTlidlV Flllina- flhnlirAa tvlll Vin Hnan frnTnnnlA. - From Now Until Then. -flURING THE NEXT FOURTEEN DAYS "WE "WILIi have ;AHCnHarrSale! IqHoqDP ol i hiEnlipgiment ol oup Esfibllityniiiil ' AND AS A COMPLIMENT TO OUR MANY PATRONS Onr Entire Stock Will Iib Reflucea ! Summer Goods as well as the Early Fall Arrivals will be sold at Complimentary Prices. Our time as well as space is limited and will not admit of detail but a visit DURING THE NEXT FOURTEEN DAYS WILL VINDICATE THE FACTS AND WILL BE FOUND INTERESTING FLEAS- ANT AND PROFITABLE. 3STOTIOE. On Wednesday Evening lit 6 o'clock our store w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 1 September 1888

t Waco Evening News. ?HE NEWS 003VlIA.lSrY. Kntersdattlie pO'totUce at Waco Texas as seoond-claM mall matter. UHIWOIUI'TION K1FTT CENT A MOH11I. Waco Texas Sri'thmiikk 1 1838. England pays $15000000 a year 'for her foreign supply of eggs. En- lisk hens must have a trust. t Two negroes were admitted mem- bers of the white democratic ciub of Dallas a few nights ogo. The color Jinc was obliterated. Jim Blaine seems to monopolize all the aotoriety of the republican cam- paign and has been dubbed by the republican press the "uncrowned king." Hon. R. Q Mills has become a na- tional character and his fame is co-extensive with the limits of tha world's two greatest nations the United States -and England. "Blaine was considered one of the ablest debaters ever in the United State senate but on the hustings be- fore the people he will find either Mills or Carlisle his match in the discussion of the tariff. Tire republicans boastingly speak of how Blaine will do Mills and Carlisle when he meets...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 1 September 1888

jal Time Card. HUaonrl Paclfle. nd.. ( Leaves... Jslns. m. 6 ' W V-v ' S1 T.r ':-.-?:??? Southbound)....... 'V ..?.. .i.lrtsp. m. l y THAVIS Joints Ticket ASnt PacMc Itotal Block. Cotton Belt Bsiite. Coin Mt Memphis A St. Louis lvi liM p. n. Going east Accom'n. (Corslcana)... 4:30 p.m. ?olng wit tkxpreta ...12:S0p m. Going west Accommodation . .7 :15 p.m. ' D. E. HnunrixLD Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Block. H.T.C. Wast bound.... Are lAre.... tli'r ...e:io. m .....4:30 p. m. mm b0OTdr. An::::::;::f:H:;.:.v:oo p. a L'v 9:50 a m F. DilmhsiiaW 1 Ticket Acent. Paclno Hotel Block. ii:iiu a. m Street Car Schedule. nfth'Strect (Scan) Trips every in mln. University Belt (S care) " " 10 ' Washington IVUn (Hears) ' " 10 " Padnltt'a Park (2 oars) " 15 " Ten enrs aro now running. It require thirty mlnntes to make the round trip oh each .Uae Capacity thirty can in stable. WACO. TEXAS. SEPEMBER 1. 1888. CITY ITEM& Reports from nil parts of the. moral vineyard speak glowingly of the cot- ton cro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 1 September 1888

u LOCAL. PIOK-UPS. ' ' .'111 Austin street go there and trade Peeler's Drug Storo for Violin and Guitar -strings Paper 11ns Ink ami Pencils all a bottom prices Fresh nrn vnl of Doxler-Woyl crnk- ni and Blnnko Brothers candy at Early & Finks. 311 Austin street solicits your trade At 4 o'clock this OYcuiiig J. P. Clark wbb on trial before Justice Ma- keig on charge of disturbing tho peace. The result of tbo trial will be glvon too late for publication In be News. One of the nicest and qultest places at which to drluk is the Cotton Ex- change. Sll Austis street look out forth nnmbtr. Peeler's Cholera Mixture will care srarap colic cholera-morbus diarrhoea and flux. War- ranted. Finest stock of Imported straight Havanas at "House of Lords" and Palace saloon. Mr. Thonias H. Goodloe of ttieflm Jones & Goodloe returned yesterday from a business trip East Mr. Good- loe will be followed by a large stock of gouts furnishing goods. . all Austin street Is headquarters: Peeler's Drug Sto...

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