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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 2 October 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1888.- NO. 70. SANGER BROS. " BLANKET DEP'T. Wan o-koopors looking for good ln- t n. its, should oxnniino tho fol- spuclul ollerlng for this wcok, At -1.230 Eiidi Wo odor n largo lot of Slnglo Whito Ulnnkcts, Silk bound and All Wool, thoy would bo cheap at ?2.L'.5. At JS.-SO a Pair 10-4 Flno Whito Blankets, theso uro a special early purchaso that has boon roBorved. Thoy are worth $3.!i3. Wo liavo aovoral special lots in Ex tra Kino Whl to Blankets, that aro slightly soiled and will bo offered Considerably Itclow Value. lied Comforts For to-day and all week. Two lots just recioved that cannot bo dupli cated at Fifty-flvo cents Each. ' Ton bales of fu'.l-sio Bed Comforts, woll made Wool-lllled at only KH'ty iivc vents Each. $1.2o Each Ton bales of Extra Quality, Inrge-sizo Bod Comforts, covered with Best quality of Calico. Regular retail price would bo 52.00. Blanket and Flannel Department, RIGHT HAND AISLE NEXT TO PASSENGER E...

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. — 2 October 1888

itJaGQ&ueni raerEleros KVEX1NH NJ'.WS CO., Tiopr's. KntcrcU at tlir Waco, Tuvas. rpstolllco as Sec ond Clas Mall Matter. MfTY CT.STS ri.n MOXTII, WACO, TEXAS, OC-ltfllKn 2, 18S8. The managers of threatrical compa nies who have cancelled Iheir dates in the south have consolidated for their own defence. A meeting to discuss the situation was held in New York on Friday, hut the result was not made puhlic. The example of the southern men coming north to speak on our public affairs should he folllowrd by that of the northern men going south with the same intent. Nothing educates a public man as to see people of other sections than his own. New York Herald. A. B. Jones, a life-time convict at the Jcffcrsonvillc (Ind.) prison, who was a member of the once famous Jones-Tolliver gang, was granted a patent on an improved folding table. He has been manufacturing the arti cles inside the walls and making mon ey out of them. Jatnes Huddleston, of Washington county, Ind., a region infested by...

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. — 2 October 1888

Local fsttne Card. Nuttii tioiimt Iaves 2:4iln. rn. t " D.Mip. m. ( " 1:1" vin, Sonlli lonm ( " 1 :'-"'!. m. TltAVlS JotM, Ticket Alteiit, I'aclflo Hotel Block. Cation Holt Knutp. (mill); ent, Memphis A rit 1hiIb, Ivb 1 ;.1 p. m. Unlntfrnst, Aviom'n (Corslcanu) '.':'!( p. m. ilolimpt,Wpru8ii, ., l!2:Wi.m. (lolnisw't, Accommodation 7:Kinn. I). K. IttllSIIFIKI.tl, Ticket A (tent, Pacific Hotel Block. U.AT.V. tt'i-st bonml ...Arr . ...i 0:10 a. in, JArr 4:sup. m. jlv 0:roa. m. . . i.niinit jArr vsoop.m. cut liniin.i . j,,v i):.iop. ni. li'v 0:G0 b. m, V. DlLMNflllAM, Ticket Affent. I'aclllo Hotel Block.' jjaeo&ueni nejUetns WACO. '.TEXAS. OCTOBER 2. 1888 17H1K SALK New wat?on and span of ' good harness hoises, single or i Address J. T. Montgomery, Hot Sill, -,... nr ttAUH ntllrn. A linrimln. double. Wann A bargain. tf To Cotton Unycr. (io to or telephone. T. 1). Hays at Waco Hull dine Association, and Insure vour cotton. CITY ITEMS. Berwick Bay oysters, fresh, 25 cts. per dozon at ...

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. — 2 October 1888

lkv & iy$ Adrmtuiu with I orctiplnr We pwed tlio nij,lit on tho Wittcn burg, sleeping on tlio niws between two decayed logs, itli 1 itom boughs tlirur t Into the ground mi 1 muting nml form ing n cinop) over in I" coming oft tno mountain in tlio nioinlng wo rn upon a hugo porcupine, niid I leirned for tlio first timo til it the tall of n porcuplno goes with n spring 111 o i trnp It seems to bo a set lock, Mid jou no sooner touch with tho weight of n Inir ono of tlio quills thin tlio till lenps up in tho most em-prising in inner, nnd tho Hugh is not onyoursido Tlio bi ist cantered along tho path in my front, nnd I throw ,mj self upon him sliiellcd by my roll of blankets. Ho submitted quietly to tho Indignity, nnd h erv still under my blankets, with his I ro id tail pressed closo to tho ground 'ill is I proceeded to in vestigate but had not f lirly mado n bo ginning when it went oil hkontrnp, and my hand nnd wn t wero full of quills This caused me to la up on the creature, when it...

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. — 3 October 1888

in I! :,k, WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 188S. NO. 71. SANGER BROS. BLANKET DEP'T. Hotiso-koopors looking for good in. voslmouta, should oxamino tho fol lowing special ottering for this week, At 1.20 Eacii Wo oflbr a largo lot or Single Whlto Blankets, 811k bound and All Wool, thoy would bo cheap at $2.25. At $2.oO a Fair 10-4 Flno Wblto Blankets, these nro a special early purchaso that has boon reserved. Thoy aro worth $3.25. 1 Wo nave soverai special lots in Kx tra Flno Whlto Blaukots, that aro slightly sollod and will be. ollbrod Considerably Ilclow Value. Bed Comforts For to-day nud all wook. Two lots just recieved that cannot bo dupli cated at Fifty-ilvc cents Each. Ton bales of full-size Bod Comforts, well made Wool-filled at only Fifty five cents Each. &1.12& Each Ton bales of Extra Quality, large-size Bod Comforts, covered with Best quality of Calico. Regular retail prlco would bo $2.00. Blanket ai Flannel Department,- RIGHT HAND AISLE ...

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. — 3 October 1888

m l$Jaeo&ueni nqELeros KVKMNO XKWS CO., Propr'o. Entered at tlm Wnco. Tmxm. VoitorJlco ns Scc otul Clns Mall Mutter. nriv cems vi.n month. AVACO, TEXAS, OCTOBER 3, 1888. "Indiana will give Cleveland not less than 10,000 over Harrison, and probably more," is the opinion of Mr. T. M. Gruclle, the editor of the Labor Signal, the recognized mouth-peace of the organized labor of Indiana. Wilson Waddingham, of Savin Rock Conn., is said to be the largest land holder in the United States. He is believed to own over 2,000,000 acres of grazing land in New Mexico and elsewhere, and he has also made large investments in real estate in Western cities. Engine 310. of the Union Pacific road, that is now employed in trans ferrin tj cars acrosj the Omaha Bridge has a record of having run 1,000,140, 625 miles. It has been in use for twenty-five years, and was one of the first locomotives used west of the Mis- Washington Irving Bishop, the mind reader, has held a seance for President Diaz and wife...

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. — 3 October 1888

LocaiTime Card. Mlnnourl Pnrlflr, Sortl. bound ...,$ T.cnvcs - :::-:::H .South bouml i ' "'' Ticket Ari ni, Pacino Hotel Woe?. Cotton licit Route. Uihnk eaxt, Memphis & St. Louis, lvs 1:V p.m. doing east. Accom'n. (Corslcana) . 2:30 1. in, UoIiik west, wxpresB rj::mi. m. (lolngest, Accommodation 7:lipm. I. K. HiifiiriKLi), TWiet Agent, 1'aclflc Hotel Mock. II. T. V. Westbound ...JArr OilOn.m, (Att 4:3Ui. m. tl.'v 0:fiu a. la. Mtl.on.....iA;r.:::::.:;:;.;.::::j):ooj,.m: I.'v U:00 a. m, V. DlLLINMIAM, Ticket Agent, Pnclflo Hotel lllock. JjeiGOuenti ngEleajs waco.;texas. October 3. isss To Cotton Buyer. Go to or telephono T. I). Ha) a at Waco Mnll dlng Association, and lnsuro vonr cotton. CITY- ITEMS. Berwick Bay oysters, fresh, 25 cts. per dozon at the St. Charles. Open day and night. Boston chips at DoWoll's. Fresh country produce at Heard's. Dr. Saunders. Dentist, 502; Austin Ave. B. and S. at Cotton Exchange. Dr. Saunders. DentlBt, Mr.!); Austin Ave. Art supplies at Hill Bros. ...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 3 October 1888

A.' . M . c m , tndln Nation! In America. There nro today in tho United Btatc8 less than 800,000 Indians, including nil tho partially civilized and tho wild tribes. In Central America and Moxico there- nro about 0,000,000. In South America they aro estimated nt T,000,000. Tho philolo gists, whoso w orks in etwl1ng and clas sifying native languages of tho Now World aro of gieat value, have recog nized nbout 700 separate nnd distinct tongues, of which 4 U0 belong to North America and 330 to South America. Tlio languages represent as many eeparato nations or tribes w liich onco existed here. Many of tho nations aro extinct, par ticularly those vhlch inliabited tho At lantic states of tho Union, but fragments nt least of their speech hnvo been pre served by writers v ho v ero contemporary with them. These languages wero not mere dialects of the same tongue, but nre completo each in itself nnd distinct tho ono from tho other, nil conforming to de mands that enable the philologists to cla...

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. — 4 October 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. ! WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1888. NO. 72. SANGER BROS. BLANKET DEP'T. HouBO-koopors looking for good In vestments, should oxnmlno tho fol lowing special offering for this wcok, At $1,20 Eacii Wo offer a largo lot of Slnglo Whlto Blankets, Bilk bound and All Wool, they would be cheap nt $2.25. At S.C50 a Pair 10-4 Fine Whlto Blankets, these lire a special early purchase that has boon reserved. They are worth $3.25. Wo havo several special lots in Ex tra Fine White Blankets, that aro Blightly soiled and will be offered Considerably Below Value. Bed Comforts For to-day and all week. Two lots just rocioved that cannot be dupli cated at Fifty-Jive cents Each. Ten bales of full-size Bed Comforts, well made Wool-filled at only Fifty five cents Each. $1.25 Each Ten bales of Extra Quality, largo-size Bod Comforts, covered with Best quality of Calico. Regular retail prico would bo ?2.00. Blanket and Flannel Dejartment, RIGHT HAND AISLE NEXT TO PASSENGER ELEVATO...

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. — 4 October 1888

llJaeoiue id fkRgois EVESINd EWM CO., Prpr'i. if KntiTcrt nt tho Waco, Toxsi. Portolllco na Sec- in nml Oln8 Mull Mutter. 11TTY IT..MH I'KR MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, OCTOBER 4, 1888, RECLAIMING THE DESERT. Tho volcana on the island of Stromboli is in a state of eruption. Steamers passing the island report that instead of the usual thin vapor which arises from the crater there is a constant column of flame. The deck of the cteamer Duchess ol Suth erland, while passing the island on her way to Naples, was covered with ashes. Clouds of dust surround the mountain for a distance of ten miles. King Ja-Ja, of West Africa, is fifty two years of aC, and has only 200 wives. But for only one of his better halves, if such an expression can be allowed mathematically, has he any affection. She is the mother of his sons "Saturday" and "Sunday." "Sat urday" is now at school in England. Ja-Ja is one of the best-natured chiefs on the Dark continent, and likes to entertain white men. United ( States Shippin...

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. — 4 October 1888

5j5ueRmgRs WACO. TEXAS. OCTOBER 4. 1888 To Cotton Bnycra. do to or tclcphono T. D. Hay at Waco Bull dine Association, and tnsuro vonr cotton. 1J10K HUNT a nloo 4 mom houtofor rent, 1 rorntr Clay and Ninth street. Apply to ,7as bhears, loth and Clay street. CITY ITEMS. Creuiu Soda, and drinks 5 cents at llorwlctrtluy oystorH, fresh, 25 cts. per doou At' tlio St. Charles. Open day and night. Work 1ms been going on for Bovoral days on tho court houso tower, tifklng out rotten timber and replacing It w 1th now. Nothing but thefroshest groceries kept at Stolte Bros. Fresh country producoat Heard's. Thero Is rook salt onotigh piled up against Joe Thompson's grocery store to salt any crook for canldates to go up, after tho eleotlon. Dr. Saunders. Dentist, 502); Austin Ave. 15. and S. at Cotton Exchuuge. Murrlago lloense was Issued to Mr. S. L. Splvey and Miss Minnie Oaks. Dr. Saunders, Dentist, 502); Austin Ave. Art supplies at Hill Bros. Late last night complaint was made to ofllcer Wadde...

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. — 4 October 1888

'VsiBteMTr-.irrrr oxr ttr.' niaiftafc-fflfl UfiFfiEManMorMlto W Uk&d. "Tho old commodore, ' as tlio elder Vn.n derbilt is til ways called, ami "William 11.," na tho lafo inwdcnt of tlio Ncf York tfentrnl is invariably referred toj appeared at Saratoga as regularly as tlifc season camo lound. Their heirs Jiayi (-Jpdtlljic siViliKsjawl spdnuUllo nuMnjer at Nuwpoft "nnd other resorts. ''Tho old conimodoro" was a Rreat man to sit on tho veranda and talk with anybody and everybody. J i Am old (timer fays ho once eat in ngroup which included ''tho old commodore" and AVilliam II. Soward who bo narrowly missed tho presldpncy in 1800. They w'ero talkiugjuj money making. ''Commodore," asked Mr. Seward, "you aro not-alwayssuccessful in your business plarik.'me you?" "No," replied Sir. Vnnderbilt, with extremo frankness. "Sometimes I lose $30,0. .or $75,000 or $100,000, but I generally coruo out a lectio ahead at tho end of tho year." Another veteran of thirty Saratoga seasons tells this: "...

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. — 5 October 1888

&? ...? -rft i.uli. iA&bp ' ', i .,..1...,, w ' r .h.,. 4 . "W -"w W h . J -- T n,,, f ),(,, .,,,,.,, , , . - - - tr-ris-f- --- - , m i : , Jl "... . . . .. '"'t''1 . .".d .'-, Auapcue VOTL. 1 JL SAM BROS. BLANKET DET. IIous(pncors looking for good ln, VostnieiitspMhuld examine tho fol lowing poololYoflf'erlng for this week, Afi20Edcii "Vo bfTekalarge lot or Single Whito BlankofVsilk bound and (All Wool', thoy would be ohoap.at $2.25. tj&O a Pair 104 FIn6lto Blnnketsf these are n special oajrly purcliaso that hdtf been roaorvWThoy are worth 3.25. Wo havp several special hits In Ex tra Fine White Blankets, that are slightly soij&if nnd will be offered PoiisiiloramBclow Vaiuc. , BCoiufort For to-day and all week. (Two lota just roolovetf- that, cannot ;bo dupli cated at J Pifty-iivo cents Each. Ton blgpfcfull-slzo Bed 'Comforts, woll mnuFWWJl-flllod nt only Fll'ty- fiVO CCntHiEflCll. X.S2!t itcL Each Ton bales bflfStra Quality,' large-size Bod Comforts, ) covered with ...

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. — 5 October 1888

ii v & '(. tlldeo&ue m FietfiLeujs EVKN1M1 SKWS CO., I'ropr'sr Kntorc.l nt tho Wnco, 1 om. l'otofllco ns Sec (iinl Cln Slnll Mutter FIFTY t'1'.MS ' MO.NT1I. VVACO.TKXAS.OClOllKll I, 18S3; Apr Aliilin'tn or iiomnrrnllc Npoiilior Tho following nnmed Eontlonion will address tho peoplo at tho respec tive places nndon tho datos named bolow In tho Interest of nomocracy: Hon. S. 1'. Mills China Springs, October 13j Mastorsvlllo, Octobeo 20; Itoblnson, October 27; Bosquovlllo, October 29; Patrick, October 30;Woco, November 1; Moody November . Hon. W. 11. I-csslng Patrick Oct. 0; Sou tli llocpie, Octobor 13; Crawford November It. Hon. W. II. Jenkins China Springs, Ootober 13; Howott, Oct. 20. Jndgo John C. West Spoojrlovlllo, Octobor 13. Hon. A. J. Caruthors Axtoll, Oct. 13; Bosquovlllo, Octobor 20. Judgo L. C. Alexander Douglas Store, November 3. Judge F. M. Makoijr West, Octo ber 13; ltobs, October 20; Geneva, Octobor 27. Hon. J. C. Jenkins D os Store, Octobor 20. Mr. X. A. Pogue B...

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. — 5 October 1888

te AIIIvIvIIVKRY ! Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROVED .:. HEALTH .:, CORSET, a i'i:iiiixt in' UAKAMi:i:n. miiCTIuknt. SOUTH FOURTH STKEET. Local Tinle Card. MlKionrl 1'nrinr. North bound Lvnyea 2:40n. m. ' 3Bp. in " ,. 1:10a.m. Southbound " .....M:2'p.m. TBA in jovm, Ticket Agent, Paclllc Hotel Mock. cotton ncit Route. (I01N1I WKRT. No 1. Kpressnr. 2..fi0p, m. leaves :i .00 p.m, No. 21. Mixed l.cineariiin a.m. .So iii. Corslcana nml Illlhboro(Stiips Bt Waco) Arrives r, :4". p m OOISCI T.A"T. No. 2. Kxprcnsar. 11 :'.!7 a.m. Leaves 11:10 a m. No.t)2. Kxpress to Corslcnnn und Hills- lioro I.en cs 2 :"( m. Xo. 8. Mixed Leaves ....H'.'Ni a. ni. D. K. Ilimm ikiii, Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel Illock. It. T. C. West bound ...An 0:10 a. m, (Arr 4:.l0p. m. il.'v oi.'iO a. m. vast bonnd....lArr t :00 p. m. tast uonn....j ,y n.M p. in. Ij'v 9:S0 a. m. F. UlLLlNdllAM, Tlckot Agent. PaclOc Hotel Illock. JjeiGO&uening Hears WACO. TEXa"b7oOT6bER4 1888 To Cot...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 5 October 1888

,t VX A - Schilling njcY Vl" " ITntt ilntiitnninnn i rt nn tti llin unrlfl? How do tlicv git ahead? -You sio somsjH' men prouiMul nmi oiuors not. ii) uimi-l pruCCES 01 EUltuuii " i"u Billi;i"Wlui men pltKeu 0111 irom mo roiiKsr laio . .tnuc-iiitilu life, forjijstoncc. 14 Iflfcjx) Kiuy'dohmlo system of 'promotion there? Is thero ii searching eyo that is alwaysdn tho lookout for thoso w ho promiso to bo capable nien? jOrisJt luok and clinnco flint c-iuso'sdmo men to' succeed niid other men to fail or to remain w licit) thoy aio? Men mil ngiinn 'fate." t There -nro always sonio tliousanfls.l Sf hbt ruo millions, of our fellou creilures who aio doing this and w ho blamo verytliinc, from tho,bLir lo tlio woatlioryfor tho 111 success in iho midst of w hlch they Arid thcmsclrcs Kroner or liter. But wero they pot thcnicch.es laigily to blamo for nqtgbtting(oii? If a zealous and lmp-ir-till critic t cro to ovimino tho records if their lics from d-ij to day, would ha no$ fliid a cij good reas...

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. — 6 October 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL1 WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1888. NX 74. &- pJSGBB BROVJIItfp MPMI.MPUY! OP THE LATEST EFFECTS IN NEW FALL 11 WINTER MILLINERY. aoiEEisraxTca- -with: MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER I Wc will make our Millinery Department, on Second Floor, Main Building, the centre of attraction for the Ladies. We will open our Ele gant Line of Specially Importrd Showing the Latest MOOES DB PARIS and all the Latest Bffeots of the East. Our Display of OSTRICH TIPS, AND PLUMES, FANCY WINGS AND FEATHERS, ORNAMENTS AND TRIMMINGS, WIILiIj DISCLOSE MANY NEW TINTS 1 COLORINGS WHICH WILL BE STYLISH DURING THIS SEASON. SANGER BROTHERS. NORWOOD .. GAY, WliolesaleProflnce, Commission Mercliaiits, HnniUo or purchase mcrj tliinK in tho Produce lino, nnil respectfully ask onr friends to call or make consignments. WrfJunrnntoe Fnll Mnrkrt Trier and Sat isfaction In Every Particular. Try ns and bo convinced, JOHN I. MiVYlTCESIVD, MNKEEI I PAWNBROKER. John I). Maylleld wishes to stiitc to t...

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. — 6 October 1888

i Jjaeo&uerai ngleros KVKX1NH M"WS CO., Propr'n. Knterut nt tho Wnco, Tcn. I'oMofllcr ns Sec ontl Uas Mall Mutter fii'tv i: ra 11:11 mo.tii. WACOjgl'i-KAS, OCTOBEll 0, 18S8. Col. V. L, Brown, editor of the New York Daily News, wagered in that city on Saturday $20,000 to $12, 000 that the Democrats would carry New York state. The of'.isr party to the bet was a Mr. Tlllotson, of Massa chusetts. The money was put up by each and deposited in a trust company for safe keeping. An interesting programme has been arranged for the ensuing centennial meeting of the Presbyterian Synod of Virginia, which begins at Old IVovi dencc church Rockbridge county, Tuesday, October 23. The opening sermon will be preached by the mod erator, the enerable Dr. Thcodorick Poor, father of General Ro(cr A. Pryor. An historical address will be delivered by Hon. John Randolph Tucker. Local antiquarians and zoologists are enchanted at present with a live toad found in the course of railway excavations at Greeno...

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. — 6 October 1888

Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROVED .:. HEALTH ,:, CORSET, A PERFECT FIT MUAIUNTEEl). mili: am:mt. MRS. B. - SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. MUnonrl PnelHr. Northbound J Leaves 2:(la. m. " iWii.ra c " 1:1511 im Southbound " . i.p.m. TnAVlB Jones, Ticket Agent, I'nelflo Hotel Block. 'ot ton Belt Route. notsii rnT. Xo 1. Kxpresanr. 2 W p. m. Leaves a 00 p m, No. 21. Mixed LeavesB 15 n 111. No. U. Corslcann and Illllsboro(StopB at Wneo) Arrives 6 45p in IIOlNfl FAT. No 2. KxprcBB r. 11 .Tftt.in. Lcovesll'-lOa m. No, IM. Express to Corslcana und 11111b- horo Leaves J50n m. Xo. 8. Mixed Leaves N-TOR.in. D. K IIiitsiiUKi.ii, Ticket Agcut, Pacific Hotel UloLk. H. AT. C. JArr . (Arr i L'v JAtt West bound U'loa. m, 4 io p. ra. . . . ou'n a IB. f..i hnunil JATT V 00 p.m. jsibi Doun....cL,v n-mp. m. L'v 0 Do n. m. F. DlLLlSOltAM, Ticket Agent. Pacific Hotel Block. Jjaeoiiueni ngfiLeros WACO. TEXAS. OCTOBER 0. 1888 To Cotton slayer. Go to or telcphono 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. — 6 October 1888

I Continued rrom first pago, t'a tlw dlvlt's own child he Is. i'vo heuril Fiircla talk timl bastes talknbut nivcr wnn o' thim nil that could echpako so plain ns this liltlo ;rcen dlvil that's vvld out cither f wit how or hair bo's not human." Peto began gathering up his tools and slothes with the intention of vacating tho place, when he stopped and gazed wistfully at lii-t prospect hole. "A prom ising place it was too, in the main," Mild he. "llouly Mother 1 Shall I, n Christian and a good Catholic, bo tor mented nvvny by a dirty little heretic baste like jou? No. I'll glvo him n wnrinln' j it, and all tho likes of Jihn. I'll pepper him to-morrow!" So saying, Peto put on his coat and struck out for home, turning to shako his fist toward tho pond as ho departed. Tho next morning Peto went up to ward Johntown, a littlo trading post about a inllo above his claim, and bor rowed a shot gut:; then ho bought ft quantity of jwvrder and shot, mid re turned "toward his mino In a vengeful mood...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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