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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 19 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 18SS. NO. 112. EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT SANGER BROTHERS. Have just opened for the Holidays a new lot of fancy things that come under the above heading, .which are too nu merous to mention. Ladies who desire to maka Fancy Work for the Holidays should call now, as this department is at present one of the most complete in our house, We carry a full assortment ARRASENES, CHENILLES, ROPE SILKS, KNITTING SiLKS, Embroidery Silks, PILLOSELLES, Tinsels, Pom Pons Applique Flowers, Perforated Felts. Fancy Wool Paterns, Eancy Art Models, ZZand: Thousands of Other Fancy Things FOR EMBROIDERY WORK. We have The Most Complete NOTION DEPRT MENTINthe SOUTH. SANGER BROTHERS. johk r. m:lyiii:eii, HANKE1 1 John D. Mnyflelil wishes to Btiito to tlio pcoplci.tlint ho lends money on Household Fur iiiture. Teniiu, IIukk.fi, Carriage, I'Utola, Mtulral Instrument!., and all othor nrtlc.es or value, with or without rcmovnl, nntl for as long tlmo as tlio ...

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. — 19 November 1888

M f I&aeo&ueni ner fteaj s 1 nterpil nt '.lie W nco l'ostofltce ns eecoml-clais Mall Mnttcr. HVKNIXG i:ws compaxy, lMlOlMUlU'OUS. J. V. llllil'. Sliinnitcr. DC CENTS PER MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, NOV. 10, 18SS. Tyler wants a car factory. A total eclipse for tlie sun is report, cd lor January ist. The State Reformatory at Gates villc is now completed. Richard Coke looms up again his own successor. Bastrop Uee. The Methodists are working for a $50,000 bui'ding at San Antonio. The Baptists are taking steps to build a house of worship at Vernon. Galveston capitalists are ciccticj a Llock of stone buildings at San An gelo. A capital stock of $200,000 has been issued by an irrigation company at Canadian. The people of Georgia seem to want Grady to succeed Colquitt in the United States senate. The prohibition vote in New York vill not reach more than 30,000 this j ear, against 41,800 last year. John Wanamaker, of Philadelphia, is credited with having furnished $600,000 to the republican ...

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. — 19 November 1888

Everything Cornicle! Pattern Goods Arriving!! M A1AME WILLIAMS' HW STYi g j "ffii. SILiiSf ' LACED ,IH.:,TW0 .: .MOVEMENTS! mh.i: aii:.M'. No Buttons, Hooks, w Catch lugs. MRS. - JS. J. - DO88, SOUTH FOURTH STREET. .. 1"V - Local Timo Card. MIhuoiiiI I'lU'lllc. Northbound .... Leaves... ".Kin. m. n.wip. m liinu in. 1 :-J."i. in, Tuavis Jones. South bound Ticket Agont, I'.iciflo Hotel Mock. Cotton Itcll Jlouto, flOIKU WEfT. 'irnln No 1 arrives.. in:rin. m. :ili.niu 8.0". l). 111. IUnU-stlllo.1 .".l .Mixed lcuves 0:IOn. m. OOINC1 KAT. lrnln No. !li.ftca r.nnii.ni, 4 leaves h:.tub. in, Between waco mm oi, j,ouis sonu iruui m Piiragoiild to St. Louis on Iron Mountnln track Into Union Depot. 'train .1 and 4 runbetwoon loxarknnn and finteselllc, connecting tli rant train on Iron Mountain, arriving ntSt. Louis lollow las ilay at:. ViP. m. f-iint lay excepted. ' 1) 13. Htiisiinrut, Ticket Agent, Partita Hotel lllock. II. AT. C. West bound.. Arr 0:10a. m, Arr 4:30p.m. j.'v 0:50 a.m. Arr V.00...

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. — 19 November 1888

SWEEPING :- "REDUCTION ftjeNHr? GeeDiieix;. 4 GGLD5TEIN ft MIBEL pqEUIDUS :-: PQICES :-: PIIMUZED.o Red Hot Shot. COMFORTS. A Rood $1.00 Comfort for GO Conta. Stiindnrd S1."0 Coniferr for SI .00. A regular $2.00 valuo for $l."o. An oloirmit S.ilcon Comtort, very ornnniciitiil, uorthSl.GO, our prieo Is $'2.-o. BLANKETS. 100 pairs $1.50 ltliuikcts nt only 85c. A spoiutld $'2.o0 lllniikots for $1.00 Special lot of '20 (only) Hod lllniikots, $1.00 value, this week only $3.05. Voiy lino niankots, $U.C0 to $0.00, CitlilUiinkots and Culuioil JHimkots of all kinds. Spocial Bargains. Hoys' all wool waist worth $1.60 for only $1.00. Children's Wool Caps, worth 2-jc, only 15 cents. , ,, SMO0 Toboggan Caps for Indies and children, from '2oo to $1.00, worth 0O0 to S2.00. Ladies Felt Skirts lino onibroldored bottom, worth $2.25 at only $1.25. Fine lino of wool & folt Skirts MONDAY W will show some 100 Tob boggan Caps, a lliis Job worth 50 to 00c, choice for 35c. each. MEN AND BOYS Ve handle E...

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. — 20 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1888. NO. 118. A R T -: SANGER BROTHERS. Have just opened for the Holidays a new lot of fancy things that come under the above heading, which are too nu merous to mention. Ladies who desire to maka Fancy Work for the Holidays should call now, as this department is at present one of the most complete in our house, We carry a full assortment ZEPHYFRS, RETAIL DEPARTMENT Leiiii. Solomon & Hiatal, HOMES OF THE JAPANESE. ABRASENES, CHENILLES, ROPE SILKS, KNITTING SILKS, Embroidery Silks, FILLOSELLES, Tibsels, Pom Pons Applique Flowers, Perforated Felts. Fancy "Wool Paterns, EancyArt Models, SAXONY YARNS, GERMANTOWN WOOLS, KNITTING YARNS, CREWELS, FANCY GILT C0RD8, FANCY WOOLS, Shetland Wools, Fancy Canvass, Embroidery Jeans, Handkerchief Cases, Stamped Linen Goods, This week we propose mak ing a Big Sacrifice on all kinds of Knit Wool Goods. The public know by this time, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. Look on our Center Tables and see...

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. — 20 November 1888

a lljaeo&uerai nerELeras KntcrcJ nt '.lio V nco l'nstolllco na eeconil-clius Jlnll Mutter EVENING I3WS COMPANY. rnormr.Tons. J. '. 1III.I.. .MiuiitKor. DC CENTS PEE MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, NOV. 20, 18S8. The festive turkey is being fattened for the traditional thanksgiving on the 29th proximo. The yellow fever has died out at Jacksonville, but is raging at Gaines ville, Florida. As the hart pantcth for the water course, so the hungry republicans gasp lor the coming fourth of March. The vote of Missouri has been counted. Cleveland got 261,957 and Harrison 236,325; Fisk (prohibition), 4,955 and Streeter (labor candidate), IS.8S3- t Five new cases of yellow fever was reported in Gainesville, Florida, yes terday. Great destitution is also re ported there, and business is entirely suspended. The yellow fever is virtually though not actually at an end in Jackson ville, Saturday and Sunday passing without a single new case. The total number of cases up to date arc 4,596 and 397 deaths. Ful...

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. — 20 November 1888

mi:l,:l,i::iv:ery ! Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WILLIAMS' HPROVED .:, HEALTH ,:. CUHSBT, A TKHrKCT nTUUAKAirrriHii. MM5 AOENT. klRS . - JB. - J. DOS8, SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. MlnNOUrt I'nclflc. L . .unil J leaves VHUB.ra. Koitli fcoun" j s.out). ra (' 1:10s. in. It ..n,, m booth bound J TnAvu'JoES. Ticket Ajfcnt, Paclllc Hotel lllook. Cotton licit Itonti. OOIMI WKST. Trl S? ?, ,"r"Tr ! .i!oV.',.m. IGatesvillo 1 ' ."jMlxiJUmeB 6:40 o. in. U01N0EAaT. J!:::::::::::::::::::::S:ln: S -a. . at T mil. cmltd tvaln lt& JM would to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track lnTTlnl"andI4 "mnuotwi.cn loxarknnn and flatesclllo, connecting lth fast train on Iron Mountain, arriving at St. Louis follow log. lay fSumiay excepted. Km,mrlD Ticket Agent, 1'nclflc Hotel Illuck. H.drT.l'. We.tbound....Arr;........:.:....:0:10a:m, ;lv 0:fo a m. , Arr V.OOii.m. Kt bound.... I fj ;;;;;; o.-iop. m. Iv 0:J0 n. m. F. DlLLISQHAM, Ticket Agent. Pacific Hotel Mock. Jjaeo& vem...

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. — 20 November 1888

I i LM ?& W GOLDSTEIN ft MIGEL o PqEUIDUS :: PRICES :: PJUMIilZED.o Red Hot Shot. COMFORTS. A good $1.00 Comfort for 50 Conts. Standard $1.50 Comfort for $1.00. A rcRiilnr $-.50 vrtluo for $1.75. An olomint Sateen .Comfort, very oniamoiitnl, worth $4.50, our prlco la $.7o. BLANKETS. 100 pairs $1.50 Blankets at only 85c. A spondld $2.50 Mlnnkcts for $1.00 Spoclal lot of 120 (only) Hod Illaukots, $4.00 value, this week only $3.05. Very lino lUankots, $2.50 to $0.00. Crib Blankets and Colored Itlankots of all kinds. Spoclal Bargains. Boys' all wool waist worth $1.50 for only $1.00. Children's Wool Caps, worth 25c, only 15 cents. 2000 Toboggan Caps for ladles and children, from 25o to $1.00, worth 50o to $2.00. Ladles Folt Skirts, fine onibroldored bottom, worth $2.25 at only $1.25. Fine line of wool & felt Skirts MONDAY MORN E will show some 400 Tob Jxuriran Cans, a ING J. Bier iob worth 50 to 60c, choice for 35c. each. MEN AND BOYS We handle E vry thing yon wear, our prices ar...

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. — 21 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. & VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888. NO. 114. ;L Jot JL ! SANGER BROTHERS, Have just opened for the Holidays a new lot of fancy things that come under the above heading, which are too nu merous to mention. Ladies who desire to maka Fancy Work for the Holidays should call now, as this department is at present one of the most complete in our house, We carry a full assortment ARRASENES, CHENILLES, ROPE SILKS, KNITTING SILKS, Embroidery Silks, PILLCSELLES, Tinsels, Pom Pons Applique Flowers, Perforated Pelts. Fancy Wool Paterns, EancyArt Models, : a n Thousands of Other Fancy Things FOR EMBROIDERY WORK. We have The Most Complete NOTION DEPRT MENTINthe SOUTH. SANGER BROTHERS. BflNKB I PJIWIBROMEq. Tohn D. Maylleld wUlicu to stuto to the people that ho lends money on Household Fur niture. Tcnmi, Buggies, Carriages, Pistols, Musical Instruments, and all othor articles or value, with or without removal, and for as long tlrao as the interest Is kept paid...

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. — 21 November 1888

1 m F m I m la i- La if TlJeieo&uerai net ELeros 1 literal nt '.lie nco l'ostultlco ns Bccoiul-cliua Mnll Jlnttcr. J3VHNINO XKWS COMPANY.' lMtoriMKions. J. O. llll.L.. MniinKcr. 3C CENTS PEB MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, NOV. 21, 1683. A Kansas paper predicts that in five years the State will make her own su gar, and in ten years have millions of pounds to sell. Henry George embarked for En gland on Saturday week, accompanied bv William Samuels, ex-member of the British Parliament. At last accounts there were no fewer than 1648 newspapers and periodicals published in Paris. Of this number Freemasonry claimed 24. A minister at Strousburg, Neb., pleached his farewell sermon Sunday morning, and at the urgent request of the people repeated it in the evening. The last election shows a large and steady increase in the prohibition vote of Indiana. It was 302S in 1SS4, 6,646 in 1886, and in the election just closed 9,252. Mr. Grady is likely to be made sen ator in spite of himself. He declines th...

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. — 21 November 1888

Everything Coaiplcte! Piittern Goods Arriving ! ! ni aiami2 vri slums' f!EW STYLE GLQVE j iiinnnvim tn?nT"iti . pr-Bari lUlinUTUU ... uuni, a ... uuiiujji, a i'i:itn:cT itjm.v akamtkd. soi,i:A(ii. Jr. .MOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. MiNNOiirl I'arlllc. Nortii bound I.nyiB......... .2:40a. m. i " ......... 1:15a m. fiouth liomitl " ' l:Mji. m. Ticket Acunt, I'nclllo Hotel Itlock. Cotton licit Uoutc. GOIM1 WKRT. Train .Nn 1 nrrles .10 Kin, m, " illwiMrs B.O-i l. m. t'liti-sWllu. I :'.) Mixed lciiM'8 0:10 n. in. OOIMIKAOT. Train No. 2 lenca 0:10p. ni. q.' " 4 leaves (ii'i'Jn. m. Ui'twi'cn Wnco niul St. Louis solid train la l'lrniKuiiliI to St. Louia on Iron Mountain track Into f'lilnli Depot. 'lrnln 1 and 4 run between loMirkann and r.iiU'iL'llle, connectlnK tvlt-i last train on Iron Mountain. arming at St. Loula following day nt A V.n.m. Ibunila excepted. 1 D. K. HlltSllHFMI, Ticket Agent, l'acillc Hotel lllock. U..VT. V. Westbound ...JArr flslOo.m, JArr 4::t0p.m. . I,v :B0 a. ...

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. — 21 November 1888

JQSIHjS GQGD&QE 4 a lis GOLDSTEIN ft MICEk x PREVIOUS :-: PRICES :: PflMMZED.o Red Hot Shot. COMFORTS. A "ood $1.00 Comfort for 50 Cents. Standard $1.50 Comfort, for $1.00. A regular JU.oO valuo for $1.75. An elesrant Sateen Comfort, very ornamental, worth $1.50, our prlco Is $1!.7G. BLANKETS. 100 pairs $1.50 Jtlnnkcts at only S5c. A spondid $'2.M Hlankots for $1.00 Special lot of IS) (only) Hed ManUots, $4.00 valuo, this week only $3.05. Very lino Hlankots, $l'.50 to SU.00 Crib Hlankots and Colorod Hlankots of all kinds. Special Bargains. Hoys' all wool waist worth $1.50 for jnly $1.00. C lldren's "Wool Caps, worth 2oc, only 15 cents. 2000 Toboggan Caps for ladles nnd children, from 25o to $1.00, worth 50o to $2.00. Indies Kolt Skirts, line embroidered button), worth $2.25 at only $1.25. Fino lino of wool & felt Skirts MONDAY We will show sonic 400 Toh hosgnn Caps, a Big job worth choice lor 35c. 50 to 00c, each. MEN AND BOYS We handle Evry thing you wear, our prices are ti...

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. — 22 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. STOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 18S8. NO. 115. : A R T : EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT SANGER BROTHERS, Have just opened for the Holidays a new lot of fancy things that come under the above heading, which are too nu merous to mention. Ladies who desire to maka Fancy Work for the Holidays should call now, as this department is at present one of the most complete in our house, We carry a full assortment RETAIL DEPARTMENT & run: at .ma hi. in Lei, Solomon ARRASENES, CHENILLES, ROPE SILKS, KNITTING SILKS, Embroidery Silks, FILLOSELLES, Tinsels, Pom Pons Applique Flowers, Perforated Felts. Fancy Wool Paterns, EancyArt Models, ZEPHYFRS, SAXONY YARNS, GERMANTOWN WOOLS, KNITTING YARNS, CREWELS, FANCY GILT CORDS, FANCY WOOLS, Shetland Wools, Fancy Canvass, Embroidery Jeans, Handkerchief Cases, Stamped Linen Goods, This week we propose mak ing a Big Sacrifice on all kinds of Knit Wool Goods. The public know by this time, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. Look on our Center Table...

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. — 22 November 1888

11 1 fci n y t '. wi 8 KiJ J llJacoueni neillems Jiitcrcilnt'.lioWmol'oBtolllco ns eccotuWclnss Mall Mnttir i:VKMX XVAYX COMPANY. l'ltOl'ltll.TOHS. J. '. IIII.I.. niiimicpr. BO CENTS PER avtOlSTTH. WACO, TKXAS, NOV. 22, 183S. Harrison carried Pennsylvania by a plurality of 79.799 antl Kansas by 78.742. The vote of Mississippi is in and stands, Cleveland 85,476, Harrison, 30,096, Fisk, 218, Streeter, 22. Hon. A. H. Colquitt was re-elected to the United States senate on the 20th Mr. Grady refused to run. Bountiful crops this year assuage the calamity of a republican victory and on Thanksgiving day we may reasonably express gratitude that two afflictions did not come at once. Reports from the country all go to show much discouragement about the profits of a wheat crop growing out of the failure this year and a conse quent largely decreased acreage. A wealthy Staten Islander, who caught a burglar in his house, instead of handing him over to the police, gave htm a severe drubbing, with t...

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. — 22 November 1888

MIIIIVJRY I o Everj'Viiiiig Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROVED ,:, HEALTH .:. CORSET, a i'i:nri:cT iit uuaiuntixd. mm:a(ii:xt. MRS. - JB. - J. - DOSS, SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. MlMMOiirl 1'ui-lfic. Nortli bonml Leaves. Leaves 2:10ft. m. " 3 OOll. Ill " 1:15a. m. ' 1 .:'). m. TllAMS .I()NU. Soatli bouml Tlckot Agent, Tnclllo Hotel Muck. Cotton licit Itoutc. OOINU MFRT. 'irnln No 1 arrives.. " .Hemes 8 Oip. in '."i Mixed leiics .... noi:a i:vr. . in . n m. . in. (Inti'silllo. U'lOn. m. Between XVaco nml St. LouIb solid train la riiTiiKotild to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track into Union Depot. Irnln 1 nnd I run between Texnrknna nml -. . nin .minnnHncf .vltli fnftt trnlnnn Iron Mountain.' arriving utSt. Louis follow lag day nt v v. ii- m. (Sunday excepted. 1 ' I). K. lllllBlll 1KU), Ticket Agent, 1'oclllo Hotel lllotfc. II. T. . WeBt bound Arr (1:10 o.m, Arr 4-30p. m. l.'v n:r0 a. m. Arr l .(K) p.m. I,'v !) 30 n. in. East bound Iv tl:oO a. m. F. D...

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. — 22 November 1888

tt,m,tmm,mm noirtf MiWmrtrMtf i'mtifi(,m 'I'ihU mmmamigammptta GOLDSTEIN ft IMIISEb. SWEEPING :-: REDUCTION JJSHf3 G0DJU.$1,;. hi 4 v 1 a ffl Hi ? wH !" '.I ,?a L fi 'SH PREUIDUS :-: PRICES :-: PMAIi3ZEO.x Red Hot Shot. COMFORTS. A coml $1.00 Comfort for 60 Contn. .Standard $1.50 Comfort for $1.00. r A regular $2.60 Viiluo for $1.75. An olognnt rjutecn Comtort, vory orimiuunt.il, worth $4.00, our nrlco Is $12.75. BLANKETS. 100 pairs $1.50 lilnnkcts nt only 85c. A snendld $2.50 Blankets for S1.G0 Spoclal lot of 20 (only) Rod Blankots, $4.00 value, this week only $3.05. Very lino Ulankots, $2.50 to $0.00. Crib Blankets and Colored Blankets of all kinds. Spocial Bargains. Boys' all wool waist worth $1.50 for only $1.00. Children's Wool Caps, worth 25o, only 15 cents. 2000 Toboggan Caps for ladies and children, from 25c to $1.00, worth 50c to $2.00. Ladles Kolt Skirts, flue ombroldered bottom, worth $2.&3 at only $1.25. Fineline of wool & felt Skirts MONDAY HE will show sonic 40...

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. — 23 November 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, FKLRDAY, NOVEMBER S3. 1888. NO. 116. A. R X : SANGER BROTHERS, Have just opened for the Holidays a new lot of fancy things that come under the above heading, which are too nu merous to mention. Ladies who desire to maka Fancy Work for the Holidays should call now, as this department is at present one of the most complete in our house, We carry a full assortment RETAIL DEPARTMENT Leai, Solomon k taiti, IBHStles! Bustles!! IN DARKNESS. AREASENES, CHENILLES, ROPE SILKS, KNITTING SILKS, Embroidery Silks, ' PILLOSELLES, Tinsels, Pom Pons Applique Flowers, Perforated Felts. Fancy Wool Paterns, ZEPHYFRS, SAXONY YARNS,. ,GERMANTOWN WOOLS, KNITTING YARNS, CREWELS, FANCY GILT CORDS, FANCY WOOLS, Shetland Wools, Fancy Canvass, Embroidery Jeans, This week we propose mak ing a Big Sacrifice on all kinds of Knit Wool Goods. The public know by this time, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. Look on our Center Tables and see the Many Barga'ns offered there. The first to be me...

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. — 23 November 1888

TWiJ' ''JTVSWIW"'' m i ":3 III m H KG 3! S ft W ISH Pn irrWy k I 1! I. lt. im 4 !4 v h.M m m llJaeo&uerai ner Hems Kiitercd nt llio V nco l'oslolllco ns sccotiil-clnts Mull Matter. EVKNING NEWS COMPANY, l'ltOl'lUKTOlSS. J. C. HIM., .Mnnnitcr. EC CENTS PER MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, NOV. 23, 1888. East Tennessee went republican by a majority of 25,000. The San Antonio fair will be extended to the 30th all the rail roads extending their tickets to that date. The Detroit Railroad Tunnel Com pany has been incorporated in Detroit for the term of 999 years. The capi tal stock is $1,500, or more than 1 the cost of the proposed tunnel under the Detroit river. Elections come only as episodes once in four years while the great problem of life during the forty-eight months intervening, to democrats and republicans alike, is how to pay the bill collector on the first or how to stand him off gracefully and effec tually. The proof reader of the Charleston Courier is a young woman who leaves for home...

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. — 23 November 1888

Everything Complete! Pattern .Goods Arriving!! MADAMU WILLIAMS' IMPROVED ,:. HEALTH .:. CORSET A PERFECT FIT UUAKAXTEEll. SOLUAflEXT. MRS. - IB. J. J30, SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. Mlnxniirl I'lu'lllc. North lionml 5 Leaves.. '2:10ft. m. 3:uop. m 1:1b ii in, IhMji. m. TiiAVts .Tones. South bound Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel lllock. Cotton licit Itoutc. v GOING 'Wl.ST. Train No 1 nrrlvca 10:35 a.m. rn '." .-Heaves 8.03 p.m. GntesMUo. i '.".I Mixed leaves UMOu.ra. noiMi EAT. Train No. 2 leaves fi.lOp. m. " loaes 0:.-iUn. m. Between Waco nn.l St. Louis solid train Ua Furagould to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into Onion Depot. Train .1 and 1 run between loxnrknnn nnd Gateselllc, connecting vltli fast train on Iron Mountain. arriUng at St. Louis following ilnr at.'p.Wp.m. (Sunday excepted. 1 D. K. lliniiinu.ii, Ticket Agent, 1'aclllc Hotel lllock. Westbound. 1 Arr 0:10 a. m, Arr 4i,(up. m L'v 0:."i0a.m. Arr V.oop. m. East bound. m.Hj n. m. L'v 9:ro n. m, F. DlLLlNdHAM, Ticke...

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. — 23 November 1888

1 i m 9 GOLDSTEIN ft IYIICEL PREVIOUS :-: PRICES :-: PMAIilZED.x Red Hot Shot. J63H$ GQeDItdH, n 407 AUSTIN ANENUE, H MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE CLOTHIERS SWEEPING .:-: REDUCTION IIV iVBPy iepaplnBil. ... - - Ladles Cloth, In all tho now shades, 38 inches wide, at 60 Cents n yard. Ladles Cloth, in all tho now shndos, -12 inches wido, nt 00 Conts n yard. Ladles Cloth, In nil tho now shades, 5(1 inches wldo, at 1)0 Conts a yard. ThlH is 115 per oont less tlian the regular price. in a . i$ ! i. .''t (1 I! L lm v a 9 $4 m mi m vm lit vm lldrSi KM m u I COMFORTS. A good $1.00 Comfort for CO Conts. Slumlord $1.60 Comfort for S1.00. A regular $-.50 vnluo for $1.75. Au decant Sivtcon Comlort, very ornamental, worth $-1.50, our prlco Is S2.75. BLANKETS. 100 pairs $1.50 lllnnkots at only S5c. A spcndiil SU.G0 lllnnkots for $1.00 Special lot of IS) (only) ltcd Illankols, $4.00 vnluo, this week only $3.05. Very flno Blankets, $2.50 to 50.00. Crib lllnnkots nnd Colored lllnnkots of nil kinds. Special ...

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