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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 26 October 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. f voftox WACO TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 18S8. NO. 92. 1V Knowing that there will be an in- creased demand for xCL0AK8WRAP8x During the next sixty days and desiring to l'lirnisli a large proportion of same from our well assort- ed stock we have decided to continue lie previously announced Special Offerings! And Make some Substantial Additions Thereto which Merit and WILL ATTRACT ATTENTION. Wo feel no Hesitancy in stating that our stock of Oloaks and Wraps is undonbtodly tho lurgest choicest must styl- ish and best assorted in the State and in addition to this advantage we propose to sell (hem at prices WITHIN THE tOCH'OFflLL An especial feature of this department is that it contains nothing but the new- est goods and latest styles our aim be- ing never to carry any over from one season to another so no one need fear of purchasing old or shoddy goods. Everything Is New end Ctjeip. SANGER BROTHERS. NORWOOD --GAY Wliolesale Proflnce CommisKiou Merchants UundlooT purchas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 26 October 1888

: l f 14 ' llJacoSuefti Rdleojs .1. ('. II I Mm .Mummer. Knti-Tctl nt '.lieVwuo I'mlolllcc ns second-elms .Miiil Staltrr DC CENTS IMH 3VI03STTH. WACO TKXAS OOTOI1KK 2 H 1SSS. To judge from the hysterical de- fense of Mr. Blaine undertaken by the organs the blunders of the emi- nent orator are begining to tell. There probably never was a campaign ora- tor convicted of so many untruths in bo short a time and it is not surpris. ing that his admirers are a litlc rattled. Philadelphia Times. Old Hutch ib out in a tirade againrt the newspapers. No one will blame him for the newspapers arc unanimous- ly against him. So too are all de- cent people who are opposed to mak- ing the wheat market a one-sided confidence game. Old Hutch suc- ceeded in his corner. He got mil- lions out of it and he also got a trou- bled conscience that the millions can- not quiet. Railing against the news- papers is about his only pleasure and he ought to be allowed to enjoy it to the full. Baltimore American. Aid....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 26 October 1888

Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROYFfy.. HEALTH .:. CORSET A PKIthaT FIT DUAKANTUEI). V Ari: Aii:.T. MRS. - B. - J. - DOS8 SOUTH FOU11TH STREET. Local Time Card. MlKMOiirl Pacific North lioanil Leaves... 3:4(in. m. :i:iK)it. m 1 :1ft n in. 1:!2'1. In. Thavir .Ionks. Sooth bound Ticket Agent l'nclllo Hotel JUock. Cotton licit Route GOINd WEST. No 1. Express ar. 8 .SO p. m. leaves S5.00 ii.m No.21.MUcl LratH .liin.m. No. M. Corslrana ami Illllsuorn(biiifcal Waco) Arrives f:4'p m oni )a KAr. No. 2 Express a. ll:J7n.ir. Leavr-UUlOa m. Nu. VI. Kxircss toCortleacum! 11 "- lioro Leaves 8:B0n m. No. 8. Mixed Leaves H-.'Wa.m. 1. K. It'll. Ill IKI II Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel ltlock. II. AT. C. West bound.... Arr .0:10 a. m ( ATT "" '' cL'v 0:r0a.m. Kaet bound.. Arr V:o p.m. 1 Lv n:so p. m. L'v :fx) a. m. 1'. DlLLIMIllASI Ticket Agent. Paclflc Hotel Block. QjaGOueRiK WACO. TEXAS. OCTOBER 20. 1888 NOTICE TO TIIK PVIIIilC. o orders or open account of my ci ipl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 26 October 1888

&ttzi J0jMK3 407 austin;anendb MEN'S AND BOYS' HATTEKSrANl) FUUNIS11EHS Sole Agents' forjthe DunlapJHats. Leather VallseslaJSpecialty. JONES JGOODL0E COKE. GRAND OVATION TO THE PEO- PLE'S FAVORITE. Trip Hammer Blows for tho Demo- cratic Parly Mills and Tariff Reform Death to the Blair Bill. Thoro was a lurjro nudlcnco present at tho court houso lust night to hear Son. Coko. It was composed of ladles as well as men white peoplo and col- ored people staunch deinocrnts bloody shirt republicans prohibition- ists union labor non-partisans and tho independents self-called. Thoro wero farmers morchants laborers lawyers doctors and preachers. Tho aisles wero packed and peoplo sat around over tho staso and stood up in the rear. Tho greatest enthusiasm provalled and whenover niiy thing was said of Roger Q. Mills a shout rent tho air. Tho ladies listened with tho most profound attontion and soemed to take great pleasuro in tho discus- sion of the intricate tariff bill. Senator Coko was int...

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

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1888. NO. 93. Knowing that there will be an in- creased demand for xCLOAKSaWRAPSx During the next sixty days and desiring to furnish a large proportion of same from our well assort- ed stock we have decided to continue he previously announced Special Offerings! And Make some Substantial Additions Thereto which Merit and WILL ATTRACT ATTENTION. We feBl no Hesitancy in stating that our stock of OloakB and Wraps 1b unaonbtodly the largest choicest most styl- ish and best assorted in the State and in addition to thlB advantage we propose to sell them at prices WITHIN THE REACH DF ALL. An especial feature of this department is that it contains nothing but the new- est goods and 'latest styles our aim be- ing never to carry any over from one season to another so no one need fear of purchasing old or shoddy goods. Eiiipyttilng li Niw ind Cfieip. SANGER BROTHERS. NORWOOD to call or make consignments. We lifnctlon In Ererr Particular. ...

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

II ; i e ' itJeiGQ&ueFii mei BLgots 3. t". Ill IX. Miiiinscr. Entered at the W aco l'ootllcc as sPconil-clMB Mnll Matter BC CENTS PEK MONTH. WACO TEXAS 0C10ni:R 27 1SSS. In the Democratic column New York New Jersej Connctticut Michi- gan Indiana California perhaps Ohio. New York Graphic. Fifteen carloads of sealskins left San Francisco last week for New York hawngjust been rcceicd from the north by the Alaska Commercial corn- pan). The shipment weighed 360- 000 pounds. The late Prince Schwar-tcnbere whose landed estates were so enor- mous as to be called the Schwarzen- berg Empire left a fortune of $50000- 000 from which a sum of $400 wa-. bequeathed to the poor of Vienna. That was his sole charitable bequest. Mr. Frederick Doughlas cannot understand why the representatives of all the great anti-sla cry families of Massachusetts are in favor of the Democratic ticket in this election. But the answer is verv easy. They are working for present reforms not for past ones. Providence ...

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

CONVENTION. Everything 'Co.linlotc ! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROVED .:. HEALTH .:. CORSET A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. mii.i: Adr.ST. NEW STYLE GLOVE! LACED .:. IN .:. TWO .:. MOVEMENTS! No Muttons Hook. ur ditchings. jVireS. - JB. - J. - DOSS SOUTH FOURTH STIIEET. Local Time Card. Mlnaourl l'nclflr. Nortli bound j Leaves .2:40a.m. i " .'.'.'.'.'."". i:irn m. Snntli bound " 1:1'. m. TltAVIK JoNKH Ticket AEcnt l'nclllc Hotel lllock. Cotton Brit Knnlp. noiMi wiat. No. 1. Kvpress ar. 2.60 p. m. JeaU'B II 00 p.m. No. l!l. Mixed In .in p.m. No ir.'. CorslcanoundlllllsborocnopsatWaco) Arrhes ft'-Pip " (lOlNCI r VT. No. 'J Express ar. 11. 27 a.m. I.on i's 1 1 : 10 n m. No. 112. Kvpress to Corsitana und llllts- boro Leases 2'50n m. No. 8. Mixed I.cacs K-DOa. m. 1). K. IIlllillKIKI.I) llcket Agent 1'nclflo Hotel lllock. it. at. r. West bound.... 5 Arr fl:10a. m j Arr 4::)p. m. L'v 0:Coa. in. KBBt bound.... JArr:.:;::::::..::::::V;00 P.m. h'v 11:50 a. m. F. Dillingham Ticket ...

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

I CDLD5TEIN .:. "t .:. MIGEL PRICES TALK! We saved you Money on your Summer Goods and now we Propose to Save you Still Larger Margins on your Wintor Purchases. OXJR : STOCK Of Clothlnpiuul Men's ruriilHliinrr Goods Is Coinpleto In Qnulitj and Qunntitj and o oiler Evtruordlnuij Sniinjri to JJuyois. Fine Goods lor Little Monej. Clothing. Fino Doeskin Jtans Pants host SJxaluo at .. 5 Boj 8 Jeans lint per pair. . GCO pairs fine foreign Caslnuoro 1'ants manufacturers' samples equal to aiij made worth $3 to $8 our prlco Is $2 to Xouths' suits coits pants and ests from 52 to A gentlennn's lino custom mado suit for A much fluor suit for 1 o0 50 G 00 50 0 50 0 50 Fine diagnal suits soil an- whero for $15 to 17 our price 10 00 Very fino suits silk lined real value S30 to $35 our price . 18 00 Overcoats ! 500 OVERCOATS FOR MEN BOYS AND CHIL- DREN. FROM $1.10 TO $25 WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL. Cash Crushers of Credit Competition. ABOUT RAILROADS The loss of life on railroads ...

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

WACO EVENING NEWS. V VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS MONDAY OCTOBER 29 18SS. NO. 94. I Knowing that there will be an in- creased demand for xCLOAKSaWRAPSx During the next sixty days anil desiring to furnish ft large proportion of same from our well assort- ed stock we have decided to continue he previously announced Special Offerings! And Make some Substantial Additions Thereto which Merit and WILL ATTRACT ATTENTION. We feel no Hesitancy in statins that our stock of Oloaks and "Wrape is undoubtedly the largest choicest most styl- ish and boot assorted in the Stato and in addition to this advantage) wo propose to boII them at prices WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. An especial feature of this department is that it contains nothing but the new- est goods and latest styles our aim be- ing never to carry any over from one season to another so no one need fear of purchasing old or shoddy goods. EuBPylhing is New and Clpip. SANGER BROTHERS. NORWOOD Handle or purchase i teTytliinK in tho Pro luce line and rcspe...

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

m u ) I i ia lljaeoueni net Ingots j. c. hill I rrorlo x. c. ovrimv 5 to" J. C. HIM.. Miinnncr. Entorcd at '.lip Waco Vostolllcc as sccond-clius Moil Matter OC CENTS PER MONTH. WACO TEXAS OCTOBER 21) 18S8. MAN'S CIIIEFEST STAFF. Amelie Rives Chanlcr is under con- tract to write a slory for a New York weekly for which she is to receive $7000. Boycotting will not do in this en- lightened land but the manufacturer who bulldozes his workmen into vot- ing a ticket to which the) are opposed richly deserve1: to lose his patrons. Louisville Courier-Journal. Col. R. M. Pulsifer left insurence policies aggregating $250000. These are in the New York Equitable $loo- 000; New York Life $100000; Mas- sachusetts Mutual $20000; Penn Mu- tual $10000 New York Mutual $15. 000; Northwestern $5000. The loss- es will be paid the agents say. Under Grover Cleveland the divis- ion between North and South has been obliteraled the soreness that re- mained in some portions has disap- peared. There are now neit...

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

ms Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! madaauswliams I HEW STYLE GLOVE! ifnPn in two . umrcvcOTst .JllUlJU III 111 111 1 II V 111 IlllM UlllUlllUi EDUCATIONAL. IMPROVED :. HEALTH : CORSET A PERFECT FIT UUARAXTEKI). SUM: ACHAT. No Buttons Honks or Catching. MRS. - B. - J. DOSS SOUTH FOURTH STREET. v Local Time Cam. MlHHouri I'liclflc. North lionnil Leaves 2Hfla. m. " J " 3:oo p. in " 1 : ir n. in. hmith bound " li'Alp.m. TiiAVti .Tonics Ticket Ak'i'iit l'aclllo Hotel Illock. Cotton Rell Konie. ClOtMl WLfT. Nh 1. Kxpressar. 8 ..10 p. m. Lcntcs II.UO p.m. Sii.Sl.Mlxeil I.ciiMt .lli a. ni. No. rl. Corslcnna and Illlljlioroftliipb at Waco) Arrives r.:4r.i. m OOIXCI K VT. So. 2. Express ar. Il"i7a.m. Ieavosll:IOa m. o. IH. Kxpress to Corslcnna Bnd Hills- boro leaves 2:30 a m. No. 8. Mixed I.cnvos H-SOa. m. 1). K. llmsiinF.i.ii Ticket Agont Tncino Hotel Ulock. II. AT. V. West bound.... J Arr Oslo a. m JArr 4:30p. m. i i'v 0:"u a.m. Arr v -.00 p.m. Ij'v 0:30 p.m. h'v u:50 a. m. F....

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

II 1 3 GOLDSTEIN .:. I .:. MIDEk PRICES TALK ! We saved you Money on your Summer Goods and now wo Proposo to Save you Still Larger Margins on your Winter Purchases. OUR i STOCK Of Clothing nutl Men's FiiriitHhhig Goods Is Complcto in Quality and Quantity and wo offer Extraordinary Savings to Buyers. Fine Goods for Little Money. Clothing. Kino Doeskin .Tonus Pants best $2 value at 1 fiO Hoys Jeans Pants per pair CO 600 pairs fine foreign Caslnuoro Pants manufacturers' samples equal to any made worth $5 to $8 our price Is 2 to G 00 Xoutlis' suits coats pants and vests from $2 to 7 CO A gentleman's tine custom mado suitfor GO A much finer suit for 0 GO Flno diagnal suits soil anywhere- for Slo to $17 our price. 10 00 Vorv fine suits silk lined real value $30 to $35 our prico. ... 18 00 Overcoat ! 500 OVERCOATS POR MEN BOYS AND CHIL- DREN. FROM $1.10 TO $25 WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL Cnsh Crushers of Credit Competition. AFTERNOON NOTES. Insnre an) thing you have against f...

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

WACO EVENING NEWS. (f VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 30 1888. NO. 95. iR BRWpEIe DONT YOU THINK It is about time to get your boy a new U OF CLOTHES ?ix I New School Suit on a New Sunday Sull? If so we have just the suit you want in precisely the color desired inex- actly the right size and at the very prioe you wish to pay. We Can Suit Everybody! Both Parents and the Boys. And guarantee that you can't be uctlcr suited in the South. We have the only Exclusive Boys Clotiiing Department in the City. We lay Particular Stress on our E0R $0p66It lIKpi The "Rough and Tumble" Scotch Gasshncro Suits nro Absolutely tho Best Goods in the Market nnd are sold at only $4.00 a Suit. Every 0110 Guaranteed not to Kip and Fully Worth $Oorvo willGhc Your Money Baok. 10UR LINE OF BOYS' DRESS SUITSI CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN QUALITY STYLE Oil MODERATE PRICES We havo just received a largo line of Boys' Colored Percale Shirt WaiBts in Wintor Colors ana will soil them at 26 cents each. Also a line of Boys' ...

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

hi V h llJaGO&uemimeilleiuJS J. (' llll.l.. JIllHIIKOr. Entered nt tho V nco I'ostollk'o ns srcond-cliitt .Mnll Matter EC CENTS PER HVEONTH. WACO TKXAS OCTOHEIUO 1SSS. Urooklyn's population is estimated by the health department to be Sos- 355. - Taris is said to be full to overflow- ing with ladies from all parts of the world seeking the latest fashions. It is estimated that in England one man in 500 gets a college education and in this country one in every 200. The richest w idow in this codntry if not in the world is Mrs. Moses Taylor whose fortune is estimated at $40000000. She lives in New York Long Branch and several other places) as the mood strikes her King Leopold of Belgium has shown himself possessed of almost as great a craze for building as Mine de Pompa- dour and many new buildings at Os- tend and elsewhere are tastclul monu- ments to his love for inprovement. It seems that there is no legal pro- vision lor punishing Congressmen who permit their franks to be used fo...

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

Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! NEW STYLE 6L0VE! MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROVED : HEALTH : CORSET A PERFECT FIT (JUARANTEEU. sou: ah:nt. LACED .:. IN .:. TW9 ..MOVEMENTS! No Muttons llookn or Catchings. ivxres. - B. - J. - DOSS SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. miHRonrl I'urlllc. North bound i leaves... South bound 2H0a. m 3:00ji. m l:5n.in. 1:2A. m. TltAVIR JONKS. Ticket Aicent Paciflo Hotel lllnck. Cotton Belt Route. tlOINCl WKST. No. 1. Kxpress ar. 2:fi0 p. m. lnvea !1 .00 p.m. No. ill Mleil J.cavu .in a.m. No. vi. Corslcana ami Illllsboro(8tops nt aco) Arrives ft M p. in. OOINO KAT. No. 2 ExprcsBar. 11:27a.m. Loaves 11:40 a.m. No. U2. Express to Corslcana tmd Hills- boro Leaves i:Ma m No. w. Mixed Leaes H'Soa. m. I). K. lliiimiHHi.li Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Jllock. II. AT. !. Westbound.... j Arr 0:10a. m JArr 4:30v. m. cl.'v OiM a.m. (Arr v :oo p.m. I'v 0:30 v. m. h'v u:S0 a. m. V. DlLLlKCIIIAM Ticket Asent. Pacific Hotel lllock. East bound.. jjaeo&uemi mgELe...

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

II u ' ifi 1 N$ hi vi ti GOLDSTEIN .:. I .:. IHIGEL PRICES TALK ! Wo saved you Monoy on your Summer Coods and now we Propose to Savo you Still Larger Margins on your Wintor Purchases. OTJR : 8TOCK Of Clothing "' Men's liirnlslilng Goods Is Conijilcto in (Jaiillty and (Quantity and we oiler Extraordinary Savings to Buyers. Fine Goods for Little 3Ioiie.. Clothing. Kino Doeskin Joans l'ants host $2 value at ! Hoys Jeans Paulo per pair TOO pairi lino foreign Cashinoro l'ants manufacturers' s amnios oiinl to any mado worth $5 to SS our prico Is 2 to Xouths' stilts coats pants and vests from S- to A gentleman's line custom niado suit for I f0 liO 5 00 " " I I li 50 A much liner sidt for 0 flO Kino dlafnial suits boll any where for $15 to $17 our price. 10 00 Vory line suits silk lined real valuo $IS0 to f-'lo our prico. ... IS 00 j Overcoats Z 500 OVERCOATS FOR MEN BOYS AND CHIL- DREN. FROM $1.10 TO $25 WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL Cash Crushers of Credit Competition. AFT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 31 October 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1888. NO. 96. DON'T YOU THINK It is about time to get your boy a new ISU1T OF CLOTHES ?t A New School Suit on a New Sunday Suit? If so we have just the suit you want in precisely the color desired inex- actly the right size and at the very price you wish to pay. We Can Suit Everybody! Both Parents and the Boys. And guarantee lliat you can't lc better suited in the South. We have the only Exclusive Hoys Clotiiing Department in the City. We lay Particular Stress oil our line of Suits Brought on Especially for opeeif Ifl. The "Rough unci Tumble" Scotch Cassiincrc Suits are Absolutely the Ucst Goods in the Market and are sold at only $4.00 a Suit. Every one Guaranteed not to Rip and Fully Worth !'.0 or we will Give Your Money Back. oOUR LINE OF BOYS' DRESS SUITS! CANNOT HE EXCELLED IN QUALITY STYLE OR MODEIt ATE PRICES We have just roceivod a largo lino of Boys' Colored Percale Shirt Waists in Winter Colors and will sell them atj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 31 October 1888

II li( 1 m lh in n 41 N 1 ff t si VHi i m ! R ' iJjaeoSueiii nglleoos I 1 ro rlc- ( lurs . llll I . Miiimmr. tutored nt Ma WncoleMolllio ni sccon 1 clan MnllMnttir GC CENTS PER MONTH. waco tia'as ouomm .11 1SSS tlistomn lhncroft's hair and bc-ud arc white as snow but his ccs are clear and his wit keen. George Gould is beginning to be afflicted with hib hther's tormenting complaint ot m-unlt-n Lich of the Georgnns who attend- cd the fitr deel ired tint this was not his last trip to ltas High and low great and small 1 cas captures tnem all Dallas News Miss Amanda Dtlnns a creole who was brought up to a life of indolence and was then thrown on her own re- sources is one ot the moat successful sugar planters in I ouisiana Georgia marketed 7Sooooo melons this season for which the fumers netted $200000 or three cents apiece the railroads took $Sooooo for freight or 12 cents apiece and something like $500000 went to commission men Ihe former got 3 cents and the consumer paid 20 cents In pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 31 October 1888

tf Everything Complete! Pattern Hood's Arrlviiij.'!! j mmmmmmtt MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROVED : HEALTH .:. CORSET A l'KRFKCT FIT MJAJt.YMIIKIJ. soi.i:ai:nt. NEW STYLE 6L0VE! LACED: IN.:. TWO MOVEMENTS! 'n Itiittons Ilooke or (.'niching. AIIV. 13. J. JOSSS SOUTH FOURTH STKK13T. Local Time Card. MlNNUiirl l'nclllc. North Itoiiml j Leaves 2:40a.m. Southbound I " " l:25li.m. TllAVIS .Tovks Ticket Agent 1'ncino Hotel Ulock. Cotton licit Koiitc. (I01VC1 WEST. So 1. Klirosnr. S.Mii. m. runuijn.HOji.ni No. '21. Mixed I-""" .ir.il. m. No ij Corulcana mid Illllsl)oro(btoib nt aco) ArrlU'S n l ii m (K)IN(I KAT. No. 2 KirvBS nr. 11:27 n.m. Lenvesll .Ion in. No.U2. lApress toCorslcaiiaund Hills- lioro Leaies 2:10 n m. No.S. Mixed l.onles H'.'JOn. in. 1). K. HlllMM in.n Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel lllock. It. AT. C. West uoiiiid.... Arr fi:10a. in (Arr 4:Mp. in. ( I'v 0:(iO a. in. t-nt l.nun.1 ) Arr I :W l. III. East Dounu....( rv fl:!io p. in. I'v u:50 . in. F. DlM.IVOItAM Ticket Agent l'nclllc Hotel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 31 October 1888

2K: s :c vi vt Hi" -4 k . is M l.n. $ j! "7i. 1 . k V m is n 1 81. GOLDSTEIN PRICES TALK! Wo saved you Money on your Summer Goods and now wo Propose to Save you Still Larger Margins on your Winter Purchasos. OUR s STOCK Ol'Clotliiiifraiul Men's Furiilshliir Goods In Complcto in Quality anil quantity ana we oiler extraordinary Savings to lluycrs. Fine Goods for Little Money. Clothing. Vlttn Tlnnal-fti Tnntia 1'ntitu tinuf $2 vnluo nt 1 fiO Hoys Jeans rants per pair CO CCO pairs lino foreign Cashnioro Pants uiiuiiiliiotttrors' samples nniml tounvmailo. worthS.'i to $8 our prlco Is $2 to Xouths' suits coats pants and vests from $2 to A gentleman's fine custom mado suit for C 00 50 0 GO A much finer Mill for 9 CO Flno dlagnal ...11.. n whoro lor $15 to $17. our t.rlco. 10 00 T . Very flnosults silk llnccl real vnluo$30 to $.To our price.... 18 00 Overcoats ! 500 OVERCOATS FOR MEN BOYS AND CHIL- DREN. FROM $1.10 TO $25 WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL. Cash Crushers of Credi...

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