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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 1 December 1888

?WACO EVENING NEWS. v. 4 U VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 1888. i NO. 123. r S & flN&ER BROTHERS oooooooooo o o o o - HOU DAY. GOODS k FOR 4 POLIOAY PRESENTS k WHAT TO OIVB Is becoming the all-absorbing question and the People will be cmWAKE O' XIGHTSm Trying to think what would please their Friends and Loved ones. No Need of all this Worry and loss of Sleep it can all be amide by a visit to our FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT- For there you can find Just the very thing you want. Wc have Presents for the Fathers Presents for the Mothers Presents for! the Sisters And Presents for the Brothers AND ESPECIALLY DO WE COMMENT wrn nTTTT a onunTAT U THE BOYS i wnfin mev duv inese mam rom ns i w ran me r j Sweethearts' ii 'WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LINE OF TOYS AND SANTA OLAUS GOODS FOR THE CHILDREN. And in fact every Department is showing Holiday Goods of some Description. SANGER BRO. sa ASSOCIaTION "WIILI; BTJY OIR BXJIIjID YOU A. HOME Oix 1jl& Installment Plan JOIMIT TD- LArsrTXJBIJJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 1 December 1888

-'H mmmmmmaimMmBmamtmeimmmttmtmmmmmafmrmattmmmmaafuuttimim O-XJ-I iMHwl RAND : OPBNIN it IVI S! AIR ooprriiNxxB two days more o:nxy ikaxanduvuiBxi si is i mam DBC. 1st. NOV. Waco FURNITURE COMPANY.. WACO FURNITURE ick irk-k kkk A E RESPECTFULLY INVITE Y V " T """ VA a-Ji -a.lM.IJ U-JiJIN LX.JJJ- MAN OP WACO AND ADJAC- ENT TOWNS TO COME AND SEE OTJR GRAND DISPLAY OF FURNITURE AS IT IS BEYOND A DOUBT TEE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE EVER SHOWN IN THE STATE OF TEXAS- SSJSF1 GIYE A HANDSOME SOUVENIR TO EVERY VISITOR DURING THE FAIR. " iiaiaHaaaaiBi KI GOMPJNY. Dx i JHHL WACO FURNITURE N. B.-- WE HAVE RE MOVED OUR UNDERTAKERS' DISPLAY FROM THE WINDOW DUR- ING THE OPENING.FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE WHO ARE OPPOSED TO LOOKING at coffins on such an occasion. : : wt'UTHW"-' COMPANY nrf . i&r - J? " M '..Ait - w c'

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 1 December 1888

if MILLINERY. Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WILLIAMS' I IMPROVED .:. HEALTH .: CORSET a vv.uvirv fit uuakantukii. sot.i:Ant:xT. MRS. JB. J. DOSS ' SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. MlNHOiirl 1'nclfic. Ti.... i.nmitl J I.caoa 2:40a.m. " " 3 too p. m j " 1:15a.m. Southbound I " IsSlP.ni. w("" lllAVIS .lONKS. Tlrket Agent 1'ncillc Hotel lUock Cotton licit llutc. (HltMl WI. lrMii Mi I nrrlies.. .. . . l:'niiMii. .. " :i lomts HiOlp. m. tGatcsWIIe. I 11 'jiMlud leaves 11:10a. m. r.oisu i.At. ..:.. n li'lUCS ISlOll.m. 11 " 7 .--.- -- .1.1.1 . .n. 1. ..n M'ni-n nml St. Louis solid train via Pirasoulil to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track 1 nito Union Hi'l'Jt. ii ! nml 4 run between loiarkana anil ftntrscllle connecting a Itli fast train on Iron Mountain arriving ntSt. Louis following day i:?J'-.!".'.. .1 IIIIIIIilJ lv.l'u-t. 1 n. K. Itnuiiririu Ticket Agent 1'nclllc Hotel lllock. II.drT.V. Westbound ...iArr 0:10 a. m c i. v." .".!." . ...'..' V.".""o i""o a" m! tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 1 December 1888

t-a ix l W w . & m fa ?-.? ?; kL U ! i GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL: GRAND CHALLENGE SALE. We are determined to reduce our Stock to the lowest possible amount by January 1st and to do this we Offer everything at PROFIT WRECKING PRICES. iir 'E CHALLENGE ANY DEALER IN TEXAS TU UUl'l.lAlli OUR PRICES. IT CANNOT AND WILL NOT BE DONE. WK GUARANTEE EVERY PRICE TO BE THE LOWEST EVER MADE ON THE SAME QUALITY OF GOODS. WE HAVE THE LaRCEST ASSORTMENT IN WACO OF COOD STYLISH WRAPS OP ALL KINDS. WE HAVE CUT PRICES UNMERCIFULLY. Lot 2 a CJood S3-00 Cloak chilli's ami Misses' sizes at SI .1)5. Lot 4 Hnmlsonio Cloak Mis- ses' sizes Capo or Hood Hood nttnehed ft S4.C0 valuo at $2.00. Lot 9 ThosoLots lnoludo sonio of tlio handsomest Goods shown this season. Lot 12 Imported Cloaks and elegantly made values $12.00 to S14.00our prices aro $.75 and $9.25. MLOixiL Oeuslxfox $20. BEAUTIES AND BARGAINS FOR SOMEBODY. Wo have a number ofilno Cloaks and Wraps sent to us as Samples. Tiioy tiro tho finest and most sty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 3 December 1888

jyt' V WACO EVENING NEWS. VDL. 1 WACO TEXAS MONDAY DECEMBER 3 1888. NO. 124. u If SANGER BROTHERS -qooooooooqooo o o Q Q h HOLIDAY . GOODS FOR POLIDAY .JPRESENTS. WHAT TO GIVE Is becoming the all-absorbing question and the People will be 1mWAKB 0 NIGHTSmD Trying to think what would please their Friends and Loved ones. No Need of all this Worry and loss of Sleep it can all be avoided by a visit to our . F1NCY GOODS DEPARTMENT- For there you can find Just the very thing you want. Wc have Presents for the Fathers Presents for the Mothers. Presents for; the Sisters And Presents for the Brothers AND ESPECIALLY DO WE COMMENT ON PRESENTS FOR SWEETHEARTS WE GIVE A SPECIAL -:- THB BOYS That when they hny these Presents from ns it will gain their Sweethearts' Love. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LINE OP TOYS AND SANTA OLAUS GOODS FOR THE CHILDREN. And in fact every Department is showing Holiday Goods of some Description. SANGER BROS. easfauiRg 4f09R ASSOCIaTION -WILL BUY O-R. ZBTTILID YOn -A. H O M E O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 3 December 1888

-7 .1 il ? . u 'I'M Vi Ilaeo&ueningEtecrjs l'nlorcil nt '.he nco l'ostolllco ns sccond-clntB Mnll Matter. HILL Ss WHITE 1 I 111 hirtoiis. CO CENTS :PEH MONTH. WACO TEXAS DK(J. P. 1888. The citizens of manufacturing towns have smutty faces but full pockctbooks and can afford to buy soap. : A man can go from here to New York by rail in three days but it takes about six to get here frm tht south- west part of the county. Great arc the woolen i mills and Slayden is their prophet. Give us more mills and more prophets like Slayden. In towns which depend wholly on agriculture there is flush trade when the farmer is selling his crops and the rest of the time citizens swap money with each other. The holiday season will be much more lively than last year and mer- chants should not fail to let our read- ers know about the goods they have to sell through the columns of the Nnws. Mr. W. W. Dexter has in his neat little office a fine collections of cereals and vegetables ol this years crop. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 3 December 1888

VM I L L I N B R Y . Everything Complete! Pattern Goods Arriving!! 1 MADAME WILLIAMS' IMPROVED : HEALTH .:. CORSET A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. SOLE AGENT. MKS. B. J. DOSS. SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Oard. MlRsonrl PnclHc. ki.tii. bonml S Leave 2:40a. m I ?' ooii. m 1:15s. m. South bonml i.-.c3I. m. TltAVlX .Tonkh. Ticket Agent 1'aclflc Hotel Block. Cotton Belt Route. (lOIIO WKSI. nrnln No 1 arrives .. iq.Via. m V. " .lleaios 8 0.1 p. m. GatesUllo. f si) Mixed lcavi'B 0:10n. m. (10I.NG KAT. 1rnln?o.2 leaves r.:10p.m. 4 leaves U.J'Ja. m Between Waco and Bt . Louis solid train via l'uragould to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into Onion Depot. Iraln a and 4 run between loxarkana and Gatpsclllc connecting vlth fast train on Iron Mountain arriving at St. Louis following day atf VMi.ro. ISunday excepted. I). K. HllUIiriKLD Ticket Agent I'acldc Hotel Block. H. AT. C. West bound.... Art 9:12 HI 1 Arr 4:80 p. m. (L'v 0:ro a.m. Arr :nop.m. 'lv (ISO p.m. Kast bound.. L'v D.50 a. m. F. Dill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 3 December 1888

I 'la m 1 V i ! I M GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL GRAND CHALLENGE SALE. We are determined to reduce our Stock to the owest possible amount by January 1st and to do this we Offer everything at PROFIT WRECKING PRICES. 7YE CHALLENGE ANY DEALER IN TEXAS TO DUPLICATE jj OUR TRICES. IT CANNOT AND WILL NOT BE DONE. WE GUARANTEE EVERY PRICE TO BE THE LOWEST EVER MADE ON THE SAME QUALITY OF GOODS. OJLOiVKlS - WE HAVE THE LaRCEST ASSORTMENT IN WACO OF COOD STYLISH WRAPS OP ALL KINDS. WE HAVE CUT PRICES UNMERCIFULLY. Lot 2 A Good $3.00 Cloak child's and Misses' sizes nt 1.1)5. Lot 4 Handsome- Cloak Mis- ftcs' sizes Cnpt or Hood Hood attached u $4.50 vnluo at $2.00. Lot 9 ThesoLots Inoludo somo of tho handsomest Goods shown this season. Lot 12 Imported Cloaks and elegantly made values $12.00 to$14.00our prlcos aro $.75 and $0.25. $40 ixx Caslifo? $20. BEAUTIES AND BARGAINS FOR SOMEBODY. Wo liavo a nuinbor of lino Cloaks and Wraps sout to us as Samples. uro tho finest and most stylish Goods made tills soaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 4 December 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. L TOL. 1 WACO TE3XA& TUESDAY DECEMBER 4 1888. NO. 125. SANGER BROTHERS. ooooooooooooo Q Q o o HOLIDAY. GOODS k FOR r HOLIDAY . PRESENTS k TH:Ar 10 GIVE Is becoming the all-absorbing question and the People will be uWAK O' NIGHI'Sh Trying to think what would please their Friends and Loved ones. No Need of ill this' Worry and loss of Sleep It can all be avoided by a visit to our FMNCY GOODS DEPARTMENT- For there you can find Just the very thing you want. Wc bare Presents for the Fathers Presents for the Mothers Presents" for: ttie Sisters And Presents for the Brothers. AM ESPECIALLY DO WE COMMENT ON PRESENTS FOR SWEETHEARTS WE GIVE A SPECIAL GUARANTEE TO ALL -:- 1MIE BOYS and GIRIvS -:- That when they hny these Presents froi ns it will gain their Sweethearts' Loye. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LINE OF TOYS AND SANTA CLATJS GOODS FOR THE CHILDREN. And in fact every Department is showing Holiday Goods of some Description;'" sAjvgue:r BR08. ASSOCIaTION "WILL BTJ"2 OIR BXJI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 4 December 1888

fk'A JVi r -rAJ!V 59' fef. tfjaeo&ueninerEtecrjs Kntorcil nt '.lie Waco l'ostofllco os second-clais Mall Matter. HILL Ac WHITE IIIOIIIIKTOIU. GC CENTS PEB MONTH. WACO TKXAS DKC. 4 1888. Ennis intends to factory. erect a canning Fort Worth contemplates erecting a $125000 college building. Still a bright warm sun by day and crispy frosty nights. It is said that the Standard Nail and Iron company w ill move their large works to New Birmingham. Henry M. Stanley the great African explorer has been heard from alive in the heart of Africa on the Upper Niger under the protection of the British flag. Mr. J. D. Crow is now sole pro- prietor of the Temple Daily Times having purchased the entire interest Mr. Wm. D. Cox the founder of the paper. Mr. Cox retires on account of ill health. The Southerners lost the election but they have a big cotton crop which mitigates the disaster. You can't have everything you want in the world but the fellow who has a pile of cotton bales has bis full share...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 4 December 1888

MILLINERY. Everything Comiplote! Pattern Goods Arriving!! MADAME WlIiliTAMS' IMPROVED : HEAl.fr .:. CORSET A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. HOLE AGENT. AXlS. B. SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. MlMourl Pnclflg. Nortli bound Lcavos 2:40a. m. " 3:0ip. m. " 1:15a m. Sonth bound i " " l:Mp.m. Tnxvts .Tonus Ticket Agent Faelflo Hotel Block. Cotton Belt Route. ClOtNU WEST. Train No 1 arrhos 10:3.1a. m. ' nlcaves 8:0.'p. m. Gatesvlllo. I in Mixed leaves 0:10 a.m. nOIKOEAOT. Train No. 2 leaves fi :10 p.m. " " 4 lemes U:.VJo.m. Ilctneen Waco and St. touts solid train via Pnrairould to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. Train .1 and 4 run between lexarkana and Oatrsclllo connecting vlth fast train on Iron Mountain arching ntSt. Ixuls following day at.'. Mp.m. tSunuay excepted. D. E. IltuiiiriKLD Ticket Agont PacMo Hotel Block. II. T. . Westbound....) Ait 0:10a. m ( Arr 4:30p.m. cl.'v 0:50 a.m. Ifn.t linund ...f-rr ....A :00 p.m. Kast uouna....(Iv o:SO p. m. L'v 9:50 n. m. F. Dil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 4 December 1888

GOLDSTEIN I M1GE1 GRAND CHALLENGE SALE. Wo are determined to reduce our Stock to the owest possible amount by January 1st and to do this we Offer everything at PROFIT WRECKING PRICES. Tiiilor-mado Coals for $4.00 to $10.00. Finest Short "Wraps for $7.00 to $20.00 All-Wool Jorseys at $1.00. CRUSHERS. PKICES T-A-IilC. Good Drown Domestic 5 cts n yard. Lorndalo bleachodDoinostlo 8'.c a yd A good cotton llannel 5 cts a yard. Hoavv Tovlll red llnnncl 17o a yard. Modlcatcd red ilnnnol 13 cts a yard. Wool yarn all colors 7Co a pound. Mon's seamless wool socks 25c a pntr. Child's seamless wool hoso 10c a pair. WE GHALLENGE G0MPARI80N OF PRICES. 80LDSTEIN & MIGEL CHEAP CASH MAHKET J. J KIDDLE. Keeps the Choicest and Fattest Meats in the City. South Side Public Sqr. PRICES. Cholca round 7(i.Sc Choice rib 7''c Chuck steak tc Sausngn 10c Sparc ribs 12l.'c Chuck roast Ac Brisket roust nc Mutton 010c iVcnl 010c Fish isjfo A NEW DEPARTURE FKESH BAKBECUED MEATS Kvery day direct from tho kiln an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 5 December 1888

w "V w "w m bm aw mm . .. . .. . . - - . v. h t s WACO EVENING NEWS. i V Mi sm VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS WEDNESDAY -DECEMBER 5 1888. vrn ina ini xv. x- mt SANGER BROTHERS retail department "OOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o" HOLIDAY. GOODS k POLIDAY . PRESENTS k THAr TO GIVE Is becoming the all-absorbing question and the People will be hWAKB) O' NIGHTS m Trying to think what would please their Friends and Loved ones. No Need of all this Worry and loss of Sleep It can all be avoided by a visit to our FIMCY GDODI DEPMRTMENI For there you can find Just the very thing you want. f e liaye Presents for the Fathers Presents for the Mothers Presents fori the Sisters And Presents for the Brothers AND ESPECIALLY DO WE COMMENT ON PRESENTS FOR SWEETHEARTS s- WE GIVE A SPECIAL GUARANTEE TO ALL -:- 1MIB JBOYS and GIRX That when they liny these Presents from ns it will gain their Sweethearts' Loye WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LINE OP TOYS AND SANTA OLAUS GOODS FOR THE CHILDREN. And in fact every Department is showing Holiday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 5 December 1888

tMaaMaaM ijjeteo&ueni nerELeros KntorcJnt'.IioWncol'ostonico n oooniVclat Mnll Matter. HILL Ss WHITE 11.01 in moim. DC CENTS PER ysOTSfVU. WACO TEXAS DKC. C 1883. Grlorious weather on cotton. Factories and good roads is tho slo- gan of tho future West Virginia lias elected a republi- can governor by a majority of 103 votes. The wholcsalo men linvo reaped when tho people have sown now give tho retail men a chance. Notices of failure used to read sets so much liabilities fo much now thev read assots so much liabilities Tho cotton bagging trust is over the member arc thrco million dollars richcrhe farmers three million dollars poorer. Tho daily papers are taken up now morning and evening with a good deal of tcrpodation lest thoy should con- tain roports of other failures. Cotton is again beginning to roll into town in considerable quantities and thcro is n good deal yet to come in December and January. m i m Dallas in the past week has also had a big failure and tho cause is attrib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 5 December 1888

V'f e MILLINERY. JEvqryuUng Complete! Pattern (Hoods Arriving!! MADAMfi WILLIAMS' IMPROVED : HEALTH .:. CORSET A PKUFECT FIT UUAKANTEEIJ. SOLE AOENT. ot . ...... . i MR8. B. . SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Local Time Card. Mlxannrl Pnclfle. Northbound.... Loaves 2:40a.m. J " i:oop. m " 1:10a. m. South bound " 1:23p.m. Travis Jorks. Ticket Agent Faelllc Hotel Block. Cotton Bolt Route. noma wjtnT. Train No 1 arrives... 10:3.1 n. m. " SIcnves 8.0"p. m. Gatesvlllo. t ' " W MIxod leaves ... 0:40a.m. (101NO EAT. Train No. 2 leaves ... 5:10p.m. " 4 leaves.... U:50a.m. Between Waco and St . Louis solid train via PiiraRonld to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into union Depot. Train 3 and 4 run between luxarkana and Gateselllo connecting with fast train on Iron Mountain arriving at St. Louis following day at 5:55 p.m. (Sunday exceptod. D. K. Hinfmnici.ti ' Ticket Agent Foclflc Hotel lllock. H. AT. V. West bound.... (Arr 0:10 a. m J Arr 4:30p. m. jL'v 0:50 a.m. Kst bound.... iArr;::;....:::..:....V:00...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 5 December 1888

ir ' V"4 'p ?' - A ( v f rr f A. A s-' fc ' IV -f tfia IK t ife' fel Msr i; fr KM R . IfV ;a 't 1' a fifll.DSTHNIMlQEI GRAND CHALLENGE SALE. We are determined to reduce our Stock to the owest possible amount by January 1st and to do this we Offer everything at PROFIT WRECKING PRICES. Tnllor-inado Coats for 4.00 to $10.00. Finest Short Wraps for 7.00 to $20.00 All-Wool Jorseys nt 1.00. ORUSHBRS. PKICES TALK. Good Jlrown Domestic 5 cts a yard. Lorndalo bleachodDouiestlc 8'rfo a yd A good cotton flannel 5 cts n yard. Heavy Tovill red llannol 17o a yard. Medicated red llannol 13 ots a yard. Wool yarn all colors 75c a pound. Men's seamless w ool socks 25o a pair. Child's seamless wool hoso 10c a pair. WE CHALLENGE COMPARISON OF PRICES. GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL CHEAP CASH MARKET J. J KIDDLE. Keeps the Choicest and Fattest Meats In the City. Sonth Side Public Sqr. PRICES. Cholco Porterhouse. lOciClioIcc roast... 8c Choice loin 10c Second cnt roast 0c Choice round 7(3Sc Chuck roast Be Choice r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 6 December 1888

J J 1' fc. . Hv- - "it - 1 V WACO EVENING NEWS. vl VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1888. NO. 127. '."" r. y SANGER BROTHERS oooooooooooo o oo o o HOLIDAY. GOODS k POLIDAY . PRESENTS. t' WHAT TO GIVE Is becoming the all-absorbing question and the People will be Trying to think what would please ther' Friends and Loved ones. . No Need of ill this Worn loss of Sleep it can ill be avoided by a visit to out FiNCY CDDDI DEPiqiMENT For there you can find just the very thing you want. We have Presents for the Fathers. Presents for the Mothers. Presents for: the Sisters Anil Presents for the Brothers. AND ESPECIALLY DO WE COMMENT ON PRESENTS FOR SWEETHEARTS. WE GIVE A SPECIAL GUABANTEE TO ALL mtm THE BOYS cuttcl GIRLS -:- That when they hny these Presents from ns it will gain their Sweethearts' Lore. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE LINE OF TOYS AND SANTA OLAUS GOODS FOR 4 THE CHILDREN. And in fact every Department is showing Holiday Goods of some Description. 8AN6ER BROS. john i. ma.y:m:ei BANKER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 6 December 1888

ii IJ&geo&usniRgRjsros' Knlc-ml it tlio Woco I'oslonico os tccona-clM Mall Mt. i inn hiftou. ec cents peb month. WACO TEXAS DEC. 0 1888. The steam whistle of tho factory is tho rhjtlim of prosperity. Sunset Cox tho congressional wit says tho president's message reads like n motion for o newtrial. California has 6452728 shoop Texas has 4621030. Texas is sec- ond as a wool producing state. The white caps of Ellenton Geor- gia hac mado a now departure in lynching drowning pcoplo instead of hanging them. President Ilarrison to bo has deter- mined to mako no appointments to promise nono and not to hint about any till ho has boon inaugurated. Selling cotton at 8 cents per pound nnd huvinc rotatocs at 40 cents a bucket never yet mado tho people rich All the profit is on tho sido of the potato seller. Tho last election is distinguished for diminutive pluralities but tho smallest yet recorded is that of the sWiff of Newburc. New York who was elected by a plurality of two. John L. Sul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 6 December 1888

( frfj'W Local Time Oard. MUaottrl Paciae. NoTtli bound ) loaves 2:40a.m. " loop m r- i " i:ifta.m. Sontli bound ... " ....... lp. m. Travis .Tomes Ticket Aitent. Ptelflo Hotel Block rattan Belt Konlc. IIOINO MTtSTt Train No. 1 arrives.. 10.15 8. m. aienvei. ....8 05P. m. OateiWUe. I ii 29 Mixed leaves i 040 a.m. notxa XAT. IralnNo. 2 leave & 10 p.m. 4 leaves I.B5UB. III. Jletwcon Waco and St. Jxrals solid train via l'nrajconld to St. Loots on Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. Train 3 and 4 rnnbotween loxarkana and (latpeellle connecting .vlth fast train on Iron Mountain arriving at St. Louis following dar atr. rati.m. Sunday excepted. D. K HinsiiFiKTB Ticket Agont Faclllo Hotel Block. II. T. C. West bound.... J Air... 0:10 a.m. J An... i 4:S0p m. i tL'v 0:60 a.m. Ka.tbound....Arr:::::::::::.::::.:V.00p;rn. L'v 9.0Oa.m. F. Dillingham Ticket Ajrent. Paclflo notel Block. jaeoueRmgRems WACO TEXAS. DEC. 0 1888. CITY ITEMS. For Sale or Rent a residence on the corner of 6th and Je...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 6 December 1888

v ? .l '. jtl r I'l k IO r 1 a . J- ft v ')" '- 1 v G0LD3TEIN1M1GQ GRAND CHALLENGE SALE. Wo are determined to reduce our Stock to the owest possible amount by January 1st and to do this we Offer everything at PROFIT WRECKING PRICES. Talior-mado Coats for $4.00 to $10.00. Vlnost Short Wraps for 7.00 to $20.00 All-Wool Jorsoys at $1 .00. CRUSHERS; PKICBS TAIiK:. Good Brown Domestic 6 ots a yard. Lorndalo blcachedDomostlo 8o n yd A good cotton flannel 6 cts a yard. Heavy Tovlll red flannel 17o a yard. Medicated red flannol 33 ots a yard. Wool yarn all colors 75o a pound. Men's seamless wool socks Sue a pair. Child's seamless wool hose lOo a pair. WE CHALLENGE COMPARISON OF PRIGE8. ' GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL ESTELLE CLAYTON. Miss Estelu: Olaytox. During the latter half of tho week tho attrac- tion at the theater was Miss Estelle Clayton and company in "A Sad Co- quctto and "Tho Quick or tho Doad.'1 The principal part of tho attractive- ness of theso presentations was Miss Clayton in tho ti...

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