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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 1 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. ! WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1888. NO. 97. VDL. 1 PPffiB BK$pEl. DON'T Yl THINK It is about time to Vet your boy a new xJSUIT OF g0THES ?o A New School Sultf dp wMew Sundiy Suit? If so, we have just the'..,, you want in precisely the color cesired, inex actly the right size ana, at the very price you wish to pay. We Can Suit Everybody Both Parents and tie Boys. And guarantee that you can't be better suited in tlic South. We have the only Exclusive Boys Clotiiing Department in thS City. We lay Particular Stress on onr line of Suits Brtmdit on Especially The "Rotiffh and Tumble" Scotch Cnssiinero Suits lire Absolutely the Best Goods in the Market and are sold at onl $4.00 a Suit Every one Guaranteed not to Kip and rullj Worth $6 or wo w ill Gic Your Money Back. XIOUR LINE OF BOYS' DRESS SUITStx CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN QUALITY, STYLE OR MODERATE PRICES We have just received a large line of Boys' Colored Percale Shirt Waists in Winter Colors, and will sell them ...

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. — 1 November 1888

"TH?, Ujaeo&ueni rag Ingots .1. '. IIII.Im Mniiiwr. Lntcndiittlio VVniol'uatolHcn ns ttcond-clnts Mnll Matter. . go oknts per ivroNTn. WACO, THXAS, NOV. 1, ISfcS. Mr. Blaine is suffering from a se vere cold. The Thurman bandanna will supply a long felt want. Nuw York Herald Ind. It will require again of but eight Rcpresntatics to enable the Repub licans to control the House of Repre sentatives. Ohio will capture two of the eight. Toledo Blade, Rep. "A broken dow n old man" is what the Republicans call Judge Thurman. But he exceeds Blaine in campaign i gor almost as much as he exceeds him in eracity. Chicago Herald, Ind. The use of money in politics must, in some way, be discontinued, or the boasted freedom of the country will be anldle boast. The evil is growing to a degree that threatens the public welfare. Kansas City Journal, Rep. At a sale of premium tobacco at the Richmond (Va.) Exposition one hogs head of "burlcy" brought over $4300 and was purchased by a leading firm of m...

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. — 1 November 1888

m Kveryining Complete! Pattern floods Arriving!! WADAJIIJ WILLIAMS' IMPROVED ,:, HEALTH .:. CORSET, A I'KKFiXJT 1'IT GUARANTEED. noi.i: acii:nt. MRS. - B. J. - DOSS, ' SOUTH FOUltTII STREET. Local Time Card. MlNNKiirl I'aclllc. Nurtli South bound 'I.cacs. .'2:40a, m. ...'t.oop, m ,. l:lf n, m. Imiiml J 1.2111. in. TltAVm .I()NF3, Ticket Agent, Facillo Hotel Itlock. CnKnil licit Koulo. (IOIMI WEST. Kxpress nr. 2..10 p. m. I.caes :t Oil p.m. , Mixed l.eavo .15 n. 111. , Uorsleanii anil llill8boro(SlopE at Wnco) Arrives r. 15 1 in IIOINCI KAI. Kxprcss nr. 11.27 n.m.Lcmrs 11:40 d m. . Impress to Corslcnnn nnd Hills- linro I.ciwch 2:Mn m. Mixed I.cncs 8-SOa. in. D. K. Ilmsnririu. V.) 1 No.il No ! No II. No, 8, 'ticket Agent, I'aclllc Hotel Ulock. H. AT. V. Wiit liouml ... Arr '.0:10a. m, ) Arr li.'iop. m. cl.'v 0:50 a. in. bail uounu....( v ti.sop. m. Ij'v U. 50 a. in. F. Dillingham, Ticket Agent, I'aclllc Hotel Ulock. (jjaeo&ueni ragllcrus WACO. TEXAS. NOV. 1, 1883. XO TICK TO THE V...

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. — 1 November 1888

f r$ ? DDLliETEIN .:. ft :. MIGEL PRICES TALK ! Wo saved you Money on your Summer Goods, and now wc Propose to Save you Still Larger Margins on your Winter Purchases. OXJR : 8TOCK Of Clothing niul Men's Furnishing Goods Is Complete- in Qnnlity uiirt Quantity and wo oll'or Extraordinary Saving to Buyers. Fine Goods for Little flloney. Clothing. Flno Doeskin Jeans rants best $:! value, at 1 f0 Hoys Jeans. Pants, per pair 50 fiOO pairs lino foreign Caslnnoro Pants, inanufaeturers' samples equal to any made, worth $5 to $.S, our price is S- to fi 00 Xoutlis.' suits, coats pants and vests, from S2 to " CO A gentleman's flnocustoiu niado suit for (! 50 A much tluer suit for !) 50 Flno dlagnal suits, sell any where for $15 to $17, our prieo. 10 00 Very lino suits, silk lined, real value 30 to iS", our prico. ... IS 00 Overcoats ! 500 OVERCOATS POR MEN, BOYS AND CHIL DREN. FROM $1.10 TO $25, WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL. Cash Crushers oi Credit Competition. AFTERNOON NOTES. Ins...

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. — 2 November 1888

I ikl m wJHSPWBWIW'!nB3RwB(B8tey tffiVMMlMHRtakMM, lWACO evening news. WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1888. NO. 98. V .V ifftv r'l' VOL. 1 v(pv ) DON'T Th THINK Jt is about time to pet your boy a new xlSUIT OF AoTHE8?l MNiw Ichool Suit, dp New Sundiy 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 that you can't be better suited in the South. . We have the only Exclusive Boys Clotiiing Department in the City. We lay Particular Stress on oar line of Snits Bnwbt on Especially for opeeic iw. The "lloiiffli mid Tumble" Scotch Cnssimcrc BuitH are Absolutely the Best Goods in the Market anil are sold at only $4.00 a Suit. Every one Guaranteed not to Rip ami Fully Worth $0orwo will Give Your Money Back. 0UR LINE OF BOYS' DRESS 3UITSI CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN QUALITY, STYLE OR MODERATE PRICES We have jUBt received a largo line of Boys'...

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 November 1888

IfevtP" f V dJasoueni Rerfteras j. '. llll.I.. MnnnKrr. hntereri at tlic V mo ruto(llio n ccoihI-c1hF Midi Mutter 5C CENTS PER MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, NOV. 2, 1689. General Kit John Porter says he takes no interest in polities. Senator Charles B. Farwell has a collection of 10,000 books, and is said to have the finest theological library in the west. Mrs. Langtry lias a fortune of $550, 000, Clara Louise Kellogg has $300, 000, Fanny Davenport $150,000 and Kate Cavton is said to br north $125 000, A London cable says: "Mr. Spur geon is again reported ycry ill, the usual result, says a Baptist, of under taking extra services at this time of year. His enemy is gout in the feet and hands. It is feared that he can preach no more this year. He will go south when able to travel. A curious case; says a London ca ble, has just been decided upon ap peal in a Scottish court. A young woman brought an action of breach of promise against a young man who admitted having been engaged to her. His defens...

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 November 1888

MtrvIIlVEJIfcY t Everything Complete! wi.nAM' MAMS' IMPROVED '. CORSET, TEED. A PERFECT FIT MRS. - - v . Tfcfr: . M 2E Local Time Card. iMImioiirl Pnrlllr. N Northbound $ I.eaoa 2:4na. tu.' f " ..... i;wi. in i : i .' i a . m. l:21p. m. Thams .TnviB. hOlltll bOUIld Ticket Agent, Paclilo Hotel Hlock. Col ton nolt Rniile. IIOIMI WhHT. No 1. Kxpress ar. 2. 10 i. in. I.eaes : "0 li.m. No. til. Mixed Invn .ir.it. in. No 'i.'. Corstcana mul llll)sboro(atopb at bco) Arrives Vtfipm inlNllfATi No. '.'. Kxpress ar. 11.27 a.m. I.eavesll 4lia m. No. IK. Kxpress to Corsluinn und Hills- Iioro I.catm '.:"() R in. No. 8. Mixed I.eaes mi a. in. I). K. HiiiallMMii, Ticket Agent, Paclllr Hotel Work. II.HT.C. West bound.... J Arr 0:10 a.m. Arr li'p. m. .jv tl:ioa.m. feast bound.... Arr r.ipup.m. 1 i.'v ii.io n. m. Vv 0:30 a. m., F. Dillingham, Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel lllock. jjaeQ&uemi ngELecos WACO.-TEXAS. NOV. 2, 1888. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. No orders or open account! of any emplojc or par ty ...

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 November 1888

II n -4 EOUSTEM .:. PRICES TALK! We saved you Money on your Summor Goods, and now wo Propose to Save you Still Larger Margins on your Winter Purchases. OUR : STOCK Of ClotlihiK and Men's FuriiiNliiiig Goods Is Coinpleto in Quality anil Quantity mill wo offer Extraordinary Savings to Buyers. Fine Gooils for Little Money. Kino Doeskin J wins" Pants best $12 viiluu, tit ? 1 "'l I Hoys Joans Pants, nor nnlr 50 r00 iiiir lino foreign CtiHlnnero Pants, iimiiiifimturcrs' sumples equal to any inmlu, worth $5 to SS, our prico Is $U to C 00 Xoutlis' suits, coats pants and vests, from Si' to 7 GO A gentleman's lino custom mado suit for 0 50 A much llnor suit for 0 50 Kino dlagnal suits, soil uny- wlioro for $15 to SI", our price. 10 00 Very lino suits, silk lined, real value ?.!0 to 15, our price.... 18 00 Overcoats ! 500 OVERCOATS FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHIL DREN. FROM $1.10 TO $25, WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. GOLDSTEIN J MIGEL Cash Crushers of Credit Competition. CITY COUNCIL. Sanitary Matters Marlbo...

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 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. S7 V( v WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1888. NO. 99. RETAIL DEPARTMENT Carafe of the Bk. GREAT k 1, ten's Sale Lni Roila mm rfrjNt Jl DON'T YOU THINK It is about time to get your boy a new 13UIT OF CLOTHES ? ft IMiw School Suit, op Hew Sundiy 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 that you can't he better suited in the South. We have the Clotiiing Department in the City. We lay Particular Stress on our line of Suits Brought on Especially B6R 3cpeii wehc. The "Rough and Tumble" Scotch Cassiiiicre Suits are Absolutely the Best Good in the Market and are sold at only $4.00 a Suit. Every one Guaranteed not to Rip and Fully Worth $Oorwe ill Give Your Money Baok. IOUR LINE OF BOYS' DRESS SUiTSI ' CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN QUALITY, STYLE Oil MODERATE PRICES We have just received a large line of Boys' Colored...

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 November 1888

M Jjaoo&ueni RgfiLeros j. V. II I LI-. Miinnice. Filtered at '.lie Waco I'OBtofflcc na sccond-clau Mill Matter. EC CENTS PER 2vrOTT. WACO, TKXAS, NOV. 3, 1883. The liglitring strikes next Tuesday. There will be reduced rates on all roads to the San Antonio fair. The Catholic University in Wash ington is to be didicated on October 6, 1889. Mills' majority on Tuesday next will surprise some of the most san guine of the opposition. Miss Grace King will have a story in the Christmas number of Harper's Magazine, entitled "The Christmas Story of a Little Church." From all reports cattle will go into the winter in better condition than they have for years past. This on the heels of a good crop year, is very promising. Only a few more days till the elec tion, and with good democratic majorities the people of the Ninth congressional district can rest on their oars for the next two years. Although the campaign is waxing warmer ever day, improvements in the way of handsome new buildings, a...

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 November 1888

SOCIETY NOTES. AdLir,ra3mRY! Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAM H WILLIAMS' 4MPR0VE'" HEALTH .:. CORSET, x vr.nn) Titv uakantkei. HOLE AdENT. AI1. IB. J. DO88, SOUTH FOUK'l'JI STU13ET. Local Time Card. MlNNuurl I'ni'iflc. Nurtii tiniinil 'Leaves.. 2:4la. m. 3.fi0p. m 1:15 a. m. l:2lp. m. TllAVIR JoNKq. South bound Ticket Airi'iit, Pacific Hotel Hlock Cotton licit Route. (IOIM! VVK8T. . Express ar. 2.M p. m. Leaves n 00 p.m. 1, Mixed Lenvo .I'm. in. -'. Corslcana mid lllllBboro(Stopsat Waco) Arrives .. .5-t'ip in IOINO I VT. , Express nr. ll.,!7n, in. Leaves 11:40 a m. 2. Express to Corsicann und Hills- boro Leaves 2:joa in. . Mlxcil Leaves K'30n. m. 1). K. Hmsin IKIll, Ticket Agent, l'oclflc Hotel lllock. it. a r. v. liouml ...VArr 11:10a. m, I Arr I sop. in. i L'v . tl:no a m. TM.un.1 ... J A .................J-KJ ,j. gj. L'v li'Oo a, m. F. DlI.LINCIIIAXI, Ticket Ajtent. Pacific Hotel Hlotk.. (Jjeieoueni i-iejBLGcrjs WACO. TEXAS. NOV. 3, 1888. NOTICE TO Till! IMIll...

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. — 3 November 1888

GOLDSTEIN.:. I. :.MIGEL. Profit Pulverizers ! Commencing Monday, Nov. 5, we will in augurate the greatest sale and slaughter of CLOAKS AND WRAPS Ever known in Waco. Over 500 gar ments of every kind; cloaks, coats, jack ets & jerseys, that must be sold in 30 days Popular .:. Prices ... in .:. Plain .:. Figures SPECIAL SALE OF MISSES AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS We are showing chlldron'o brown Nowmarkets at $2, regular prlco S3 Newmarkets, with capes, nicely trimmed for $2.f0, $3 and $3.50. These are autunlly the prettiest cloaks ever sold for tho mouoy. Wo are showing a beautiful cloak, in tho Uretchoii style for $3.50, $4 and $4.50, worth 25 percent more than our price. Our fancy striped Grotchon cloaks for $3.50 up to $8.50, are tho best bargains over offered in the city. Wc Intend 1o sell some misses' and children' cloaks this week If there Is niithlii(r lu 407 AUSTIN ANBNUB MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE CUfilERS A HATTERSSAND FURNISHERS, Sole Agents for the Dunlap Hats. Leather Valises a Spec...

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 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. n-- WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 188S. NO. 100. angerB OSHOE DEPARTMENT. Our Shoe Department which is always replete with Bare "ns ordinary drives this'Veek. We mention but ,1 few of the many Rare Bargains on our counters to convince you that they are worth looking at. In Indies shoes we have one lot of Pebble Goat Hut ton Opera last 3-7 at $1.5. One lot of Kid Button in Opera and Common Sense last 3-7 at $1.55. One lot of Kid Lace Opera last 3-7 ( at $1.35. We next call your attention to our Childrens' Shoes. Remember Winter is at your door and you will want shoes for the Little Folks. Look at this: H liUO Pail's Assorted Styles 11-1 lit 90 Cents WOO " " " 8-lOut 70 Cents ii4() " " 3-7 nt 00 Cents 274 " " " 1.5 &. '-8 at 30 Cents Our Gentlemens' Footwear gains as the Rest of the Department. We Offer Marvelous Prices. Ono Lot of Gentlemen's Loudon Too Bills. 5-8 $1.55 One Lot of Gent's Bale. Congress and Button In London and Kronen Toes 6-11 at' $1.00 Ono ...

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 November 1888

JjeiGO&uerni FugfteaJS Kntcrcil nt tlic Who l'oMoHlce ns Bccond-clnts JInll Mnttcr. EVENING NEWS COMPANY. PHOI'lllKTOItS. J. I'. 1111. 1.. Jtnniwr. BC CENTS PER MONTH. WACO, TKXAS, NOV. G, 1888. The laboring men of Indiana are against Ben Harrison, and a thousand free excursions Indianopolis will not change them. They will settle their old score with him at the polls elec tion day. Indianapolis Scntinal. At least a couple of millions were dropped in Dallas during the fair. The work of preparing for the next year's harvest ol the same kind ought to commence at once. Dallas Times. No one will dispute that the Old Roman's speeches succeeded in get ting to the point. They are the most pointed and pungent things that this campaign has produced. Hoston Her ald. The San Angelo Enterprise says: San Angelo is getting to be something of a horse market, and will divide honors hereafter in that line with San Antonio as she has been lor some time past in ranch supplies and wool. In New York ...

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 November 1888

f IS I 17vnivl' """'7 f f , ,tf WILLIAMS IMPROVEli , HEALTH tlXvIIVEMr ! Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! NEW STYLE 6L0VEI LACED,:, IN,:, TWO,:. MOVEMENTS! THAT MISSING PACKAGE. , A VKHFEYiT FIT UUAKAXTEEl). m)m:ai:nt. No Muttons, Hook, or (JnUhlngs. MRS. - J3. - J. - DOS8, SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. MlNNOiirl Pacific. North liounil 5 Leaves 2:10a. m. ) ' 3:00)i, m i " 1:15a, in. Southbound " l:S5li. ni. TllAVIS Jo"K8, Ticket Agent, Pncltlc Hotel Ulock. Cotton Hell Itoulo. U01VU WKST. J So 1. Kipress ar. 8.M i. m. Leaves n.00 p.m. No. SI. Mixed Leave .in a. m. No. ft!. Corslcana anil Hlllsboro(Slopt,at Waco) ArrlvcB ft-tSi" m GOING KAXT. No. -'. Kxprcss nr. U:27n.tn. Leaves 11 :40 a.m. No. W. Express to Corslcana und Hills- lioni Leae 2:tUb in. No. 8. Mixed l.caos 8-.'!0a. in. 1). K. IlntsiiFIKi.li, Ticket Agent, l'nclllc Hotel Itlock. II. AT. C. West bound.... J Arr Oslo a.m. (Arr 4:3up. m. jl.'v Oino a. m. East bound.... jAfr........ ......... v:0o p.m. L'v 0:50 a. m....

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. — 5 November 1888

GOLDSTEIN .:. I .:. MIBEL Profit Pulverizers ! Commencing Monday, Nov. 5, we will. in augurate the greatest sale and slaughter of CLOAKS AND WRAPS Ever known in Waco. Over 500 gar ments of every kind; cloaks, coats, jack ets & jerseys, that must be sold in 30 days Popular .:. Prices .:. in .:. Plain .:. Figures jL.m SPECIAL SALE OF MISSES AND CHILDRENS CLOAKS Wo nro Hliowing ohlldron'c brown NnwmiirkotN tit $!', rejitilur prico .?.'! Nowinnrkuts, with en pus, nlcoly trimmed for SU.W), $3 nml $3.j0. These are actually tho prettiest uloaka over sold for tho money. Wo aro showing a beautiful cloak, in tho (Jretehon stylo for &i.f0, SI and $4.r0, wortli li' poreent more than our price. Our fancy striped Grotulion cloaks for $:i.fi0 up to S8.G0, aro tho best bargains over oll'ored in tho city. We intend to sell some misses' ami children's plonks this week inhere Is anything In 107 AUSTIN ANBNUB V 0 r " ' MEN'S AND BO'fS' FINE CLOTHIERS HATTEKS AND FUKNlSllfiltH, Sole Agents for t...

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 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. ,k p VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER (5, 1.888. NO. 101.;, ganger 8HC& DEPARTMENT. Our Shoe Department which is always replete with Bargains ordinary drives this week. We mention bw a few of the many Rare Bargains on our counters to convince you that they are worth looking at. In ladies shoes we have one lot of Pebble Goat Button Opera last 3-7 at $1.65. One lot of Kid Button in Opera and Common Sense last 3-7 at $1.55. One lot of Kid Lace Opera last 3-7 at $1.35 We next call your attention to our .Childrens' Shoes. Remember Winter is at your door and you will want shoes for the .Little Folks. Look at this: 220 Pairs Assorted Styles 11-1 at 00 Cents 300 " " " 8-lOat 70 Cents 240 " " " 3-7 at 00 Cents 274 " " "1.5&3-8at 30 Cents Our Gentlemens' Footwear is as Attractive in Bar gains as the Rest of the Department. "We Offer Marvelous Prices. Ono Lot of Gontlemon's London Too Bals. fi-8 SI .65 Ono Lot of Gent's Buls. Congress and Button in Loudon and 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. — 6 November 1888

llJeiGO&ueni net Kleins Kntornl nt '.lie V.!U' I'ortoltlco tin Becoml-clma Mnll-Mnltir EVKNINC; Ni:WS COMPANY. iMtoi'itir.roits. J. '. Ill Mi .Mimimer. BC CENTS PER 3VTOIITII. WACO, TKXAS, NOV. 0, 1888. The total registration in New York City is 286,547. In 1883 it was 240,- 807. Robert 15roninghas brought the Palazzo Rezzonico in Venice. It is an immense stone building, but it only costs 5000. Palaces arc cheap in Venice. Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnson, who presided in the White House during Buchanan's admisistration, has taken a house in Washington, and will spend the winter there. The report upon the French vintage says that the injury from the phylloxera at last to havebeen arrested. Since 1875 it has caused the enormous loss to France of $2,000,000,000. The Baltimore Sun's New York cor respondent, in speaking of the sale (al ready mentioned) of the New York Star, says: "The Star was sold at sheriff's sale for $7000, subject to a chattel mortgage ot $25,000. There are judgements ...

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 November 1888

WPPW MIDLINERY ! 1 I4vcivtliiiif, ,Hletc ! Pattern Goods Arriving MADAME WlMilAMS' IMPROVED ,:, HEALTH .:, CORSET, A I'KUFECT FIT UUAItANTKKl). MILUAdUNT. AI1. - O. - SOUTH FOURTH STItEET. Local Time Oard. Mlmionrl PnclHc. Northbound j Leaves " font. I " .'..,."."".. l:15a.m. South bound I " l25p. m. TllAVtH J0NK8, Ticket Agent, Paclllo Hotel Mock . Cotton Belt Ronte. OOlNtl WK8I. No 1. Kxiircsanr. 8.50 p.m. Luaics.I-uo p.m. Nn.'il. Mlxutl Leave .Ilia. m. Nil. r2. Corslcann ami lIlllsl)oro(Sto& at Waco) Arriu-s ti:ir,p m OOINU l.AT. No. 2, KxprcBB ar. 11-27 a.m. Leaves 11 -.40 a m. Ko.W. Express to Corslcann and Mils- boro Loaves 3:30 a m. No. B. Mixed Leaves N -30 a.m. D. I!. HtlMIIMKLD, Ticket Agent, l'aclllc Hotel Illock. 11. t. ;. WcBt bouna.... 5 Arr 0:10 a. m, JArr 4:op. m. L'v 0:fiO a m. -, i.nnnil I Arr V :00 p.m. East l)onnu....(j,v n:io p. m. L'v 0:50 n. m. F. Dillingham, Ticket Agent. Pacific Hotel Block. jaeoitueminglieajs WACO. TEXAS. NOV. 0, 1888. NOTICE TO THE l'U...

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 November 1888

IfcestXlt; of ELECTIOlNr Wc the People of Waco have found, and by unanimous consent do agree that GOLDSTEIN .:. ft .:. MIGEL Sell better goods for less money than are sold elsewhere in Texas, THAT THEY HAVE BUT ONE PRICE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. That they always undersell competing houses, regardless of consequences. That they deal in Bargains, not Brag, and TH-A-T THEY GUT PRICES ON EVERYTHING MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD WEARS. GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL. JProfit Pul'vei?ifl?exisu School Report. Thu following Is tho report of Su perintendent A. A. McGregor for the week ending Novetnuor 2, 1888: District. Enrollin't. lleloiiglng. uiiitk. I I 1 loij ... . 11i rl '.'.'.'.'.'. ST7J ".'".'..' 5'f! I 4M 3'i"J :. 112 loo Hi!. ...... .UK COLOHMl. i a; jr J 211 151 :i 14 - 342 2,11 Total. . .. 11-7 140.1 GRAND RALLY. LaBt Meeting of Democrats Before the Great Fight. There were a number of persons who attended the rally at tho court liouso last night but tho majority of tho hard workers wont to bed early...

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