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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 7 November 1888

turn f v' irl ''! ij'J.j 'V "T"g.j"r 'l r WACO EVENING NEWS. Sv 1 . VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1888. NO. 102. .o- ajiger j$ 3SH0E DEPARTMENTS Our Shoe Department which is always replete with Bargains will have some extra- ordinary drives this week. We -mention but a few of the many Rare Bargains on our counters to convince you looking at. In ladies shoes Pebble Goat Button Opera last 3-7 at $1.65. One lot of Kid But. 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: 226 Pnirs Assorted Stjles 11-1 nt 00 Cents 300 " " " 8-lOat 70 Cents 240 " " " 3-7 at 00 Cents 274 " " "1.5&3-8nt 30 Cents Our Gentlemens' Footwear gains as the Best of the Department. We Offer Marvelous Prices. Ono Lot of Gentlemen's London Toe Bals. 5-8 $1.55 One Lot of Gent's Bals. Congress and Button in London and Fren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 7 November 1888

&aeo&uenimerEe;aJS Entered nt tlic Waco 1 otnltlcc as second-clsts Jlnll MnltiT KVKXIXC XJJWS COM PAN V. lMtoi'itimons. J. '. 1111. 1.. MiiimiCfr. GC CENTS PER rMTONTH. WACO TEXAS NOV. 7 1SSS. The New York Sun has had made the largest thermometer in existence and ereected it at its up-town office in public view. It is metalic with a dial forty inches in diameter. The City of Louisville Ky. has purchased a patx of 300 acres within five miles of the City Hall for $9800. The ground embraces the tall cliffs seen in a southwesterly direction from the 1 ace course. N. K. I'oirbank the. millionare lard operator of Chicago made $500000 in "Old Hutch's" great corner in wheat. Other speculators among them cx-Gov. Young of Milwaukee made fron $100000 to $250000. The oldest incorperated business concern in the world is the Hudson Bay Company which has had an ex- istence of 225 yearc. The headquar- ters of the company are at Win- nipeg Man. and the bulk of the stock is held in England. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 7 November 1888

w A x lII&ERY! Kvory thing Complete !' Pattern Goods Arriving!! MAMJAmn niiiuiAiua' IMPROVED C HEALTH : CORSET AVKitrccrr fit guaranteed. MILE AflKSIT. - SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. MUmturl Pnclflo. Nnrtli bnnnil $ leaves 2:4IJa. m. J " 3:00ii m i " 1:15a.m. Snntli lionnil I " 1:211'. m. TltAVlH JONKS Ticket Airent Pnclflo Hotel Mock. Cotton Holt Route. (IOISO WEST. No 1. Express ar. 2:30 p. m I.eavos :i :00 p.m. .No. 21. Mixed Leave .15 a.m. Sh t2. Corslcana ami Hlll9l)oro(Ston at Waco) Arrhi'B fiU:. p. in. (lOlNd KAT. So. 2. Express nr. 11:27a.m. Leaves 11:10 a m. So. t. Kx press to Corslcana nd Hills- boroI.eacs 2:n0a m. So. S. Mixed Leaves H-SOa. m. D. K. HtltillllKLt) Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Illock. II. T. C. West bound... JArr Csioa.m JArr 4:S0p. m. j L'v 0:r0 a.m. i-..t tinunri . Arr t:00p. m. Bust uounii....fIiv 0:30! m. Iv 0:50 n. m. V. DlLMNOIIAM Ticket Acent Tactile Hotel Block. jjaGO&ueni nglleajs WACO. TEXAS. NOV. 7. 1888. NOTICE TO THE PVBMC. No or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 7 November 1888

-J69Hl G&BDIfflrH of J. We the People of Waco have found and by unanimous consent do agree that GOLDSTEIN .:. I .:. MIBEL 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 . THAT THEY GUT PRICES ON EVERYTHING MAN WOMAN OR CHILD WEARS. GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL. Profit Pulverisers. HAPPILY WEDDED. Mr. W. L. Walling of Whitney and Miss Lena Napier of Waco. Tlio Baptist church was well filled yesterday afternoon to witness the coromony of Mr. L. Walling of Whit- ney and Miss Lena Kaplor of this city. Beautiful decorations were ar- ranged and iu front of tho alter was erected a beautiful arch of evergreens and roses from tho tho center of which was appondod the Initials W. &N. At 2:30 tho brldo anil groom preceded ly tlio turners Messrs Wal- ter Kapler Chas. It. Turner Hugh Brown and Hal Brown entered tho ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 8 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. 1 i-r v VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1888. NO. 103. angrer y 18H0E DEPARTMENT. Our Shoe Department which is always replete with Bargains will have some extra- ordinary .drives this week. We mention but 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 Pcbbld 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 Little Folks. Look at this: 220 Pairs Assorted Stylcs'11-1 at 00 Cents 300 " " " 8-10 at 70 Cents 240 " ' " " 3-7 at 00 Cents 274 " " " 1.5 & 3-8 at 30 Cents Our Gentlemens' Footwear is as Attractive in Bar gains as the Rest of the Department. We Offer Marvelous Prices. One Lotof Gentlemen's London Too Bals. 5-8 $1 .53 Ono Lot of Gent's Bals. CqnfricHS and Button in London nnd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 8 November 1888

ijjaeo&ue mi merleros I ntirul nt 'lie IV nro 1 ostolllcc ns second cls Mnll Mnttir KVKNING XVAXh COMPANY. 1'ltOl'lUI rons. J. (. Ill I.I. MnnnKcr. BC CENTS PER MONTH. WACO TJLXAS NOV. 8 1SSS. Mills nrrlcd this county by 3S3 otcs. The Rev Dr George Williamson Smith president of Trinity College Hirtford Conn his been elected as sistant bishop of the Protestant Epis copil Diocese of Ohio at a salary of $4000 per annum and a suitable house rent free He is lortj-nine ears of Htrr Rudolph Falb predicts a pro- fusion of eatthquikcs for next year A few he thinks worth mentioning are irranccd for March 17 April 15. May 15 Aug 11 Sept. 9 Oct 24 and Nov. 23 London piper that have kept ihe run of him intimate that Falb is chieflv succtsful m hitting misses with his predictions In the typewriting contest in New York on Friday list which was con- fined solely to the Metropolitan Sten- ographer's association Mr W. J Ken- in on the cahgraph wrote an aver- age of seventy-six words corrected mat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 8 November 1888

Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROVED : HEALTH : CORSET A PERFECT TIT GUARANTEED. soli: acu'.xt. iff SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. Mlsnourl Viiclflc. North bound Lcavci. . . .2s40a. m. i.:i.out. m 1:15 n.m. 1:2'. m. Tuavis Jonks. South bonntl Ticket Agent Pneino Hotel Ulock Cotton licit Monte. COlVa MKbT. No. 1. Kxpross or. 2.C0 p. in. Lewes :i 00 p.m. No. 21. Mixed Lento .15 a.m. No. I".'. CorBlcana anil Hlll3loro(Stopt nt Waco) Arrives 5'45p. m OOINO EAT. No. 2. Express ar. 11 .27a.m. Leaves 11 -40a nt. No. 02. Kxpross to Corslcnnn und Hills- boroLeatca 2:J0a tn No. 8. Mixed Leaves 8-30a. m. I). K. Hu'.siikiplu Ticket Agent lMclflc Hotol Ulock. li. rt-T. :. Westbound... Arr f..... 0:10a. m An JlMMMn. Iv 0:50 a m. Arr coop. m. L'v D.30p. m. L'v 0:50 a. m. Kast bound F. Diilinoiiam Ticket Agent. Pacific Hotel Block. jjetGO&uGni nejRLeros WACO. TEXAS. NOV 8 1888. NOTICE TO Till: PUBLIC. No orders or open accounts of anjr emplo)e or par- t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 8 November 1888

"" i..wn r Btestlt: of If!-"' I' II A' i M linj I ft" s EF5 a It IK i K II fc. U ' I K IA ELBOTION Wc the People of Waco have found and by unanimous consent do agree that GOLDSTEIN .:. ft .:. MICEL 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 CUT PRICES ON EVERYTHING MAN WOMAN OR CHILD WEARS. GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL. Ijcofit: Ptal'vex'iflseirs. PULL TOTE OF THE CITY. NAME OF CANDIDATE. For President. Cleveland Hnrrison Flak Strootor For Qovenor. Ross Martin For Lleuteunut-Qovenor. Whoeler Yoakun? Moers For Attorney General. Hogg Chambers Goff. For Comptroller. MeCall Geers King For Treasurer. Lubbock Jackson McFaddin For Commissioner Gen. Laud Office. Hall llathbuu Phllpot . For Suprlutendant Public Inst. Cooper Taylor McKIusey For Chief Justice Sureine Court. Stayton For Associate Justice Supreme Court H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 9 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. U' VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 0 18SS. NO. 104. ganger X13H0E DEPARTMENT. Our Shoe Department which is always eplete with Bargains will have some extra ordinary drives this week. We mention but a few of the many Rare Bargains on our counters to convince you that they are worth looking at. In Indies slioos wo have one lot of Pebble (-oat Unit on Opera last J-7 at $1.5. One lot ol' Kid Million in Opera and Common Sense last J5-7 at $1.55. One lot o1' Kid Lace Opera last S-T at $1.35. We next call C'nildrens' Shoes. at your door and you will want shoes for the Little Folks. Look at this: UJJO Pan sAssoit ! Stv.li. 1 1-1 nt 00 Outs :$00 " " " 8-lOat TO Cents 240 " " " JJ-7 nt ) Cents 1174 " " " t r it-H a .'SO Cents Our Gentlemens' Footwear is as Attractive in Bar gains as the Rest of the Department. We Offer Marvelous Prices. Ono LolofCiontltinon's I ondon Too 1'ils JS S-l f" One Lot ol Gent's ISnls Coiumcs mil JUttton in I oiulon mil liomli 'ioLi (1-11 it SI 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 9 November 1888

UJetGO&ue i-ii nef ftecos rntcml nt tlin Warn 1'cntolllco in ncond-clMs Mnll.Mnttir EVENING XinVS COMPANY. fllOl'IUliTOltS. J. V. HIM.. JJiinnccr. GC CENTS PEK IwtOlsTTH. WACO 'I'KXAS XOV. I) 1SSS. Mills is still on guard. The non partisans arc annihilated. The prohibitionists oted their tick- et straight. The Ninth district did her duty and it is well done. The cold ae is probably a result ol the republican c clone. The swanip-fov of Navarro has gone to his hole there let R. I. P. Shivering democrats will bear in mind blankets are still taxed. Uld-fashioncd straight out democracy seems to be good enough for the Ninth Texas district. With Harrison for President the slogan should be "A dollar a day is enough for any vvorkingman." The red bandanna is laid away but democrats of the United States still honor and revere the grand "old Ro- man." The poorest man in all this broad land can get hilariously drunk on the price of a railroad lunch-house sand- wich now. Harrison's idea is to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 9 November 1888

Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! iXadami: Williams' IMPROVED :. HEALTH .:. CORSET A l'KKFEOT FIT (JUAUAXTKK1) sdi.i: aci:nt. MRS NEW STYLE GLOVE I LACED..: IN: TWO .:. MOVEMENTS! 'n lindens Hook or Catchlngs. IB. -J.- XOSS SOUTH FOURTH STKEET. Local Time Card. itllNHttiirl I'ltcMe. North bound j U-y'3......... .jiWa. m. " .'.'.'."."'.'. tilis m. South boun.l " 1:1'. ". TllAVIS .ToNKS Ticket Airont 1'arillc Hotel Iilock. Cotton Hell It on to. (IOIM1 tt l.T. Train No 1 nrrUcs .. .... liltt-.ii. in. " " :ilPB08 b U.lp. III. ICilltt'sWIll'. )" li'i Mixed lcncs llMOu m. notNfi .Ar. 'Iniln No. 2 lcaes.... ... . .'iilup.iii. " 4 leae ::Un. m. llctween Waco niul bt. I-onla solid train Ua 1'iirnir oiilil to St. Louis on Iron Mountain truck Into Onion Depot. 'I rain 3 an J 4 run between Texarkana nml Cntcsclllc connecting rt.th Tnil train on Iron Mountain uniting nt SI Louis follow 1.ir day at.vssii. m. thuiulay excepted. I). K. Itinsiiiinn Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel lllock. II. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 9 November 1888

IestJllt: of Wc the People of Waco have found and by unanimous consent do agree mat GOLDSTEIN .:. & .:. MIGEL Sell better goods for less money than are sold elsewhere in Texas THAT THEY HAVE BUT ONE E PRICE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. That they always undersell competing houses regardless of consequences. That they deal in Bargains not Brag and THAT THEY CUT PRICES ON EVERYTHING MAN. WOMAN OR CHILD WEARS. GOLDSTEIN J MIGEL. TOTAL VOTE AS FAll AS HEAltl) FROM. NAMK OF CANDIDATK. Kor President. Cleveland Harrison Kisk Streeter For Govenor. lloss Martin For LleutenaiiMiovenor. Wheeler Yoakum Moors For Attornoy General. HoKg Chambers Goff For Comptroller. . MeCall Gcers King For Treasurer. Lubbock Jackson McFaddln For Commissioner Gon. Land Olllce. Hall Itathbun Phllpot ForSuprlntcudant Public Inst. Cooper Taylor McKlusoy For Chief Justice Suromo Court. Stay ton For Associate Justice Supremo Court. Henry Gaines For Judges Court Appoals. Hurt Wilson "Whlto For Congress Ninth District. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 10 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. r1 v VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER JO 1888. NO. 105. ganger o18H0E DEPARTMENT. Our Shoe Department which is always ii. 'i.i. d :. ...:n i ..- replete wwi .uaiciuiij ordinary drives this week. We mention but a few of the many Rare Bargains on our counters to convince you that they are worth ookinjj at. In ladies slioes we have one lot of I'cbble tioat Jlutton Opera last 3-7 at Jj51.5. One lot of Kid Button in Onera and Common Sense last 3-7 at $1.5t. One lot of Kid Lace Opera last o-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 li'JO l'i! Awn-fed Stylos 11-1 a I OO Out iUM " " " S-IOat 70 Cents 24 O " " " ."-Tat OO Cents 274 " " " l.r. -8 at 0 Cents Our Gentlemens Footwear gains as the Rest of the Department. We Offer Marvelous Prices. Ono Lotof Gentlemen's Loudon Too Hals. o-8 $1.55 Olio Lot of Gent's Hals. Contrioss and Jiut ton in London and Kicnch Toe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 10 November 1888

t03GO&ue ni ner EIgujs l-ntercd nt 'ha no t ostolllco as second elms -Moll Matter EVENING MWS COMPANY. vitoiitinoits. I. till I . Mnunecr. BC CKNT6 PKlt MONTH. " WACO TEXAS NOV. 10 18SS. McLenn in count) is safe Waco can resume her railroad build- ing now. Waco's streets need a great deil of improvement 'I he bishops of. two churches hold services m Wico to-morrow 'lirrint count) has ilmost redeemed herself We congratulate )ou neighbor. President Clev child has not added a codicil to his thanksgiving pioch- mation yet Has the the Waco extension of the Aransas 1'ass railwa) been lost in the general disaster We hope not The Nfvvs knows of three preach- ers in Waco who otcd for Mills and they are ill proud of it. The republican victory was complete but let the triumphant legions remem- ber that the democratic party still lives Statesmanship and patriotism as exemplified in the person of Marion Maitm seem to lack a proper apprecia- tion in Texas. The democrats like the bo) the calf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 10 November 1888

II V . JCHvXvIIVER Y ! Every BS Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! NEW STYLE GLOVE! LACED.:. IN: TWO: MOVEMENTS! No nations Hook or Cn till lugs. Ml. B. J. DOSS SOUTH FOURTH STKEKT. MADAMK WILLIAMS' IMPROVED .:. HEALTH .:. CORSET A I'EKFKOT FIT (JUAKANTEKD. sou: wir..T? Local Time Card. MInmaiii-I I'liclllP. North bound !.aw -2:40a. m. South boun.l I " '''' 1'' "' .- TltAMS .Toll. 1W Ticket Agent Paclllo Hotel lllock. t'OttOII licit IlOlllO. (101M1 WI.ST. Train No 1 nrrlvcs.. ... 1HTin.ni. ! ;ilint"t. ."O-iii in ItlntesWIIo. t "iMKcdlenMS (UK n. in. nmvj t T. Train o. -J Uacn j.lllp. m. " 4 lenti-i '"" " llitwei'ii Wncoiuid St. IouIh solid train lu Piiracoiild to St. Louis on Iron Mountain trncl. Into Onion Depot. 'I rain :i anil 4 run lictecii 'loxarKwm anil itno.in.. rnnncitlnir .t ith fast train on Iron Mountain nrrlUng at t. Louis follonlng ilay at a Mil. m. tSimlny excepted. U. i: Iliiisillirin Ticket Agent Pacillc Hotel lllock. II. A'i". V. Westbound ...f Arr il-lOa. in Arr i:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 10 November 1888

GOLDSTEIN MIGEL CLOAKS! Wo Continue this wook our Unparallod Bargains in CloakS. Wraps and jorsoys offering selections from tho Best Lino in the City at almost HALF VALUES. BLANKETS and COMFORTS. Our Prices are the Lowest. Fine Crib Blankets a Specialty Comforts at 65 cts worth SI.OO. Comforts at $1.00 sell anywhere at $1.50. Fine Com- forts at $1.75 to $2.75 Overcoats and Clothing'. Wc can fit any niin or boi with in Overcoat or Suit of good Winter Clothing and Save him Monej Our Prices on.Clothmg ne Cut under an) md ill competition GOLDSTEIN ft MIGEL Cash Crushers of Credit Competition. HERE S THE RESULT Total Voto of McLennan County Last Tuesday After four (lavs of waiting anil fU- urliu tho total oto of tho couiitv is floured out us follow lior President C lovoluml Hirrison Jisk Stroetoi 1 or Gov enor Itoss Martin or I loutonunt C.ovcnor Wheeler oikuui Moors J or J lto-j e General Hosrp Chamberb Gotl 'IorCoinptiolle McCull Oeers K nr For Treasurer Lubbock ! Jackson Mel addin Tor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 12 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS MONDAY NOVEMBER 12 1888. NO. 106. SANI1 BROTHER X1GARPET DEPARTMENTS Wll.Ii ItAM' SOMI Peal Miiusiiig Reductio THIS -WEEK I3SJ- t Tfyese Pfcy iliragFains; LoIstePJ! Goods. Every Ouo Oontomplatinsr the Pui chase of a Good "Wiixtor Carpet Will rind a Visit to Our Department j3otln JPleis5.fi.1: One lot three-ply Cotton Chain- good colorings will be sold this week at 75 cents per yard. Three-plys all wool extra quality are offered at 95 cents which are well worth $115. WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT NEW LINE OP Ingrains ii Bright Colorings which we take pleasure in showing feeling that they are of unusual good value; during this week the price is rlxed at 40 cents per yard. Another I.Ino ol Nivv Patterns in 2-pU Cotton Chain Tiiirrniiis. Will he illci I'd tit PIFTY CKXTS per j.ird. Ask fo see t2 Tapestoy Brussels Which wc aic cJlms at(J5cts. 75 cts. .mil 85 cts. per arl ' am ir you nxD tht:si: TOO CHEAP Call for our Special Leader Body Brus- sels at $ i per y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 12 November 1888

1-: Iljaeo&ue ni nei Views tiUtrcil nt llic n o 1 oto(JU AInll Mnttir ns sicoiul child kykxixg xws company. 1'ItOIMIIl TOIIS. I. I. 1111 I Mtumircr. DC CENTS PER MONTH. WACO TTA'Afe NOV. 12 18S8. Farewell to the soreheads Don't let the College go. Let us heir from the Aransas Pass extension Close up the Waco Female College subscription I ose the Colletje and other and more serious losses will follow. A war tariff seems to he pleasing to the American workingman So let it be. Brick buildings will continue to go up in Waco notwithstanding the elec tion of Ham-on A new week has begun and the people have about quit talking elec- tion and settled down to business. Brother Bartow waj down in Vic- toria rejoices over the election ol Mills and attributes other democratic losses to oer confidence In the hurrah and bustle attending the election we forgot the "Human" party of Gatesville What did jou do with it brother Perrj Ah Ben did not receive any con- gratuhtor) ttlcgranis from his Chin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 12 November 1888

JXLl-ITTIStlStirY I Ivorytliiiis? Complete! Pattern (Hoods Arriving!! i NEW STYLE GLOVE! LACED .:. IH .:. TWO .:. MOVEMENTS! aiAIAai!3 WILLIAMS' Improved .:. uealtu .:. corset a i'i:ki'i:ct Firm vkayikkh. sm.i: wn: i. 'o llniioiii HooU or ditchings. 1IS - J3. J. - DOS8 SOOTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card Missouri I'lU'ldu. Sorti bound ... j Leuu-s . nth liouml 2:403. m. 'liwp m ... . liir.n m. li'J'ili. in. Tua is Joxitn. Ticket Agent I'acillc Hotel liloek Cotton ISolt It out i' (.OIMI M.sr. Ir.ilu Vo I arrl!3 . . . . '.. " ;ilin8. .. .a:.ii 1 ".iJIi.Mil lcnoa . . ooimi r.ii irnln V" lii:"m. m. ni. OnU'lllc i; 10 .1 in. '.' leaves 'iilup. m. 4 leaes .. .7..i) u. m. Kituten WncoandSt. I.onU solid train a lMra-'iiuld tobt. Louis on Iron Jloiintnlti tini-K into I n ion noiwi. luiln I nml I run ''etivnn 'lexnikanu ami 1 1 iti'sillli' coniioetliie; ivith loit train on lion Mountain nrrh lug at St. Louis follow Ijg day ii in ilaj excepted. 1). 1. II in-.li i it r.i Jlcki't Agent Padflcll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 12 November 1888

"-" IoldsteMMigel at it again: CLOAKS! Continue this week our Unparallod Bargains in Cloaks IWraps and jerseys offering selections from tho Best Lino in the City at almost HALF V-A-IjTTES. We BLANKETS and COMFORTS. Our Prices are the Lowest. Fine Crib Blankets a Specialty Comforts at 65 cts. worth $1.00. Comforts at $1.00 sell anywhere at $1.50. Fine Com- forts at $1.75 to $2.75 Overcoats and Clothing. We can fit any man or boy with an Overcoat or Suit of good Winter Clothing and Save him Money. Our Trices on Clothing ate Cut under any and all competition. GOLDSTEIN ft MICEL Cash Crushers of Credit Competition. SUM'AY IX WACO. A Deacon Onlnhied at St. Paul's Con- Urination Sen Ices by two Ulshops. The charming weather of Sunday brought out a large attendance upon the services at all the city churches. At St. Paul's Episcopal church the Catholic church cf the Assumption and at the Fifth Street Methodist Episcopal church the congregations were exceptionally large and the services unus...

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