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

v. T) t 'Vfttf'rr,? 73 ' Jl '-'t"t ttvm"$pW'"4'" "'" V ?"(? ' ' wiff' T'-&WJt$ygflii Ci 'irspsv WACO 'EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1888. NO. 138. sji SANGER BROTHERS. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A new and elegant line or Novelties In Evening Fans for Holiday Presents. -" ' ' Elegant Feather Fans at from $3.00 to $6.00 each. ' '- Gauze Fans from $2.60 to $12.00 each. Fanoy Laoe Fans from $3.60 io $12.76. Fancy Painted Batln Fans from 76 ots to$6.60eaoh. In Plain and Carved Jvory and Moth er of Pearl handles. New Lines of Hand Bags. One Lot Hand Bags with Pocket Books attached at 60 Cents eaoh. .. Special Lot of Alligator and Seal Hand Bags at $1.00 each, worth $1.50. And a line cf Heal Seal, Alligator, Russian Leather, and Fancy Jap' Hand Bogs for Holiday Pres ents at popluar low prloes. COMMENCING THURSDAY, Our Store wil) remain open until 9' p. m., giviog those who cannot " come during the day a chance to make their Haliday purchases at night. BZSI2JTO- T...

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 December 1888

:i A fit I. m it n. I L Is1 J ' Hih I 1 f bW , i'tt SffMS ruSB tittered nt '.lie Waco rostofllco aa iccoml-clata Moll Mnttor. HILL Se WHITE, rnoi'iiiKTons. CO OE3KTTS PEK MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, DEO. 10. 1688. Thero is no ico on Lake Superior yet, although tho time oS year is past when there usually is plenty. Tho largest organ in tho world is now hcing built in London for Sidney. It will cost about $75,000. Washington territory leads every state and territory in tho Union in tho yield of wheat per acre, eighteen and one-half bushels. It is said that Minister Phelps has been offered tho presidency of Colum bia College and that he will accept it on his return from England. Adam Forcpaueh is estimated at having a fortune of about a million and a half, most of which is imestcd in Philadelphia real estate. Long hair is tho newest fad among men. It is said that Henry Irving set tho fashion in England, tho swells fol lowed closely, and now tho New York dudes aro using all manner of hair growe...

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 December 1888

, -vm,, - - fji-yjfw8 iv Jl. jp" Local Time Card. Mlaaatiri Fnc.ae. " North boand J Leave 2:40ft. m. J " i J:op, m. lilfta.m. Bonth bound J " Up. . TllAVU JOr-CI, Ticket Af eat. Paelfle Hotel Block. Cattat. Belt Motrte. uotxo mi. t Train No 1 arrives ..lO:M.ni. " .lleavos. ....slp. m. (Gatesvllle. t ' " 20 Mixed leavea 6:40 a.m. 001X0 KA-T. Train So. 2 leave,.,.. lislOp.mi " " t leaves :&). m. Between Waoo and Bt. Imls solid 1 train via Faragould to St. louls on Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. . Train's and 4 mn between lexarkana and Gatesellle, connecting with (Mt train on Iron Mountain, arriving at St. Ionia following dar at:Jp.m. , , tSunday excepted. D. K. IttRiuriKLO,' Tleket Agent, Psclflc Hotel Block ' II.T.C. West bound.... Arr 8il0a. m, J Art 4:Sop. m. ih'v 0:50 a.m. tt.uwa..!:::::::::::'::::::iffij:S: h'v t..i .. Di60 aim. F. DLUKaiii, , Ticket Ajtcnt, Paclflc Hotel Block. j(3eoueni Rgfteajs WACO. TEXAS. DEO. JO, 1888. CITY ITEMS. For Sale or Itont, a residence o...

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 December 1888

v : If WL" . l FOR CHOICE BARGAINS THISWEEM TO - -. A. S. HABBR'S p I f 407 AUSTIN ANBNUB, f ST lift- ;H i .i i-. ' 1 n, mi' k my t. E ? l! GOLDSTEIN A MIGEL PROFIT PMRMiYZINC PRICEI. Wc are Detormiiicil to unload by January, and in order to do so wc offer cxtraordinnVy in ducements on all our Goods. Grand Reduction on Blankets and Comforts, Crushed Prices on All Flannels. Jkve Yot. o. IPooi? IMqjlx? We will sell a Cloak for your Vife or Child so cheap and yet so good, that you can aflbrd to buy it and feel proud and rich in possessing it. Are Yot . Rioli Man ? We can sell you a Ladies' Cloak or Wrap so fine in Mak nd Material and so elegant in Style at such Low Price that a the purchase will be a paying Investment. Come while the Crash Continues i FIREMEN'S BALL. LARGE ATTENDANCE AND BRILLIANT TIME. Partial List of Characters Repre sented by the Maskers. ,Tho annual firemen's ball, which took place last night at Armory Hall and supper at tho rooms of tho Women's Exchangcwas voted b...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 December 1888

,WJ V i"a? 7V WACO EVENING NEWS. rf !&! "f VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1888. NO. 139. SANGER BROTHERS. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A new and ologant liuo of Novelties In Evening Fans for Holiday Presents. ' Elegant Feather Fans at from $3.00 to $5.00 each. Gauze Fans from $2.60 to $12.00 oaoh. Fancy Laoo Funs from $3.60 to $12.76. Fancy Fainted Satin Fans from 76 ots to $6.60 each. In Plain and Carved.Ivory and Moth er of Pearl handles. New Lines of Hand lags. One Lot Hand Bags with Pookot Books attached at 60 Cents each. Special Lot of Alligator and Seal Hand Bags at $1.00 each, worth $1.50. And a1 lino cf Ileal Seal, Alligator, Russian Leather, and Fanoy Jap' Hand Bags for Holiday Pres ents at popluar low prioo3. COMMENCING THURSDAY. Our Store will remain open until 9 p. m., giviog those who cannot come during the . day a chance to make their Haliday purchases at night. BEBKLTa- TECS CHIILjIDZSET To see our Holiday Show Windows and Santa Claus at Sanger Brothers. THE ...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 December 1888

'V 1"';'J, 1 m i MW I m Ujaeoiusrai nf hems Entorcil nt Slio Waco l'ostofllco ns ccond-cln8( Mall Mnttnr. HILL As WHITE, 1 i:oi iiIKIoi.'. CC CENTS PER MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, DEC. 20, 188S. ANOTHER FIRE. Small Lobb but Susrcostlmr Rea sonable Qauso for Alarm. A fire alarm was given this morning at 5 o'clock and a fierce firo seemed booked for the early morning hours. It proved to be n small stable, 12x20, in tho rear of Mooro Bros, wholesale house, in which their draught mules wcro kept. Some delay was occasioned at the cngino houso by misunderstand ing as to the location oi tho firo and tho engine started for tho residence of Dr. Thomas Moore, on Third street. Tho stable was consumed. Loss, two or three hundred dollars. No insur ancc. Tho stable communicated with tho cellar of tho great warehouso by a grated window near tho ground, ana the cellar is full of merchandise which caught on fire, but was promptly ex tinguished, Mr. Herbert Little, who is in tho employ of Mooro Bros., being ...

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 December 1888

Local Time Card. Missouri Paclfle. Martbbonnd leaves SHOa. m, c " ....."...', 1:15a. m. toall,tannd.FrJ y' Ticket Agent, Paclflo Hotel Kloc'k . Col Inn Belt Kettle. 001 NO WKRT. tthIii No. 1 nrrhes lo.11 a. m. 1 ,. i nletnw 8 01p.m. Oatesvllle. i 29 Mixed leaves 0:40a. mi (101NO KAT. lrln.?j5vcB.. BilOp.ni. . - leatvoi. ....... . ." w- h Iletwccn Waco and St. Ioula solid train via 1'iirmrould to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. Train 3 and 4 run betweon lcxaikana and (intrsclllc, connecting ivlth fast train on Iron I Mountain, arriving at St. Louis following day , i w i. m. 'isamtwrtitenitod. ,. , Ticket Agent, 1'aclflo Hotel Block. II. T. '. Westbound..,. Arr VilS'S!' i lv.,.!."'..'.'...'.."'.".'."o!riO a. m. KMttand....iE:::::::::::::::4:sg:: L'v 0.60 n. m. F, DlLMKGlMH, Ticket Ajrcnt, Pacific Hotel Block. jaeofueiaiRfRajs WACO. TEXAS. DEO. 20, 1888. CITY ITEMS. For Sale or Keut, a residence on the corner of 5tli and Jefferson streets. Good cistern, hydrants, two...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 20 December 1888

SSrt?'. .- i-ol v f y ,!Jr. V ! "ffc t -fwa. " x "Tl ' 1 111 H J if lit?) K lift -II 1 ft If iir, MS as GOLDSTEIN A MIGEL OXJK -s PRESENTS A Handsome Shawl or Scarf, A Cloak, a Wrap, Jacket or Jerseys, An Elegant Dress Pattern, . Pine Handkerchief, Hosiery or Gloves, Set Table Damask and Napkins to match, 500 other Things at half usual Prices. Ioj? et Gentleman. Fine Silk Umbrella, God Hcnd, only $1.75, Very Fine Silk Umbrellas, Gold Hnndlcs, $a.50 to $3.00, Fine Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Gloves nnd Hosiery, CuffDuttons, Scarf Pins and other Jewelry, Collar nnd Cuff Boxes, and Fancy Sets, Fine Embroidered Night Shirt, Silk Mufflers nnd Wrist Warmers. Pnriiiui Idp ftp Piopli il Populii Prion. Blsquo Figures. Terra Cottas. Bric-a-Brac. Albums. M Big Drive in Toboggan Caps.- OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. The Great Bankruptcy. Tho bankruptcy of Eaton, Guinau & Co., has been tho biggest commer cial event which Waco has enjoyed for some years. It Is, considering the number or credi...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 21 December 1888

"' " J 'J-'Vyj !i7iTCi iy'i .'ii WACO EVENING NEWS. ilk '" .). . VOL. 1 WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1888. NO. 140. ",,rr-" ?' 'vr 5: v;jp ?" 1'$ " 'i'1. SANGER BROTHERS. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A new and elegant line or Novoltles In Evening Fans for Holiday Presents. , ' Elegant Feather F.ans at from $3.00 to $5.00 each. Gauzo FanB from $2.50 to $12.00 eaoh. Fancy Lace Fans from J3.50 to $12.76. Fanoy Painted Satin Fans from 75 ots to $5.50 each. In Plain and Carvcd'Ivory and Moth er of Pearl handles. New Lines of Hand lags. One Lot Hand Bags with Pocket Hooks nttaohed at CO Cents eaoh! Spoolal Lot of Alligator and Seal Hand Bags at $1.00 each, worth $1.60. And a line cf Ileal Seal, 'Alligator, Russian Leather, and Fanoy Jap' Hand Bags for Holiday Pres ents atpopluarlow prices. COMMENCING THURSDAY, Our Store wil) remain open until r 9 p. m., giviog those who cannot come during the day a chance to make their Haliday purchases at night. BEBEfcTO- TUB OSHLXJISSSELN' To see our Holi...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 21 December 1888

TTf ?" """'SK' TV KntereuatiheWacoPostofllce M secoBd-clais Uall Matter. KILL WHITE, 1 BormxToits. BC GENTS FER MONTH. WACO. TEXAS, DEO. 81, 1888. Gov. Gordon, of Georgia, says tho Macon Telegraph, sold his plantation near Butler n few days ago to tho Flint River Land and Live Stock Company. Tho company is composed of Northern capitalist?, and they paid him $240,000. Senator Sherman would have it understood that the result of the late presidential cleetion was an expression ot approval of tho senate tariff bill. It was hardly mentioned during the campaign, much less carefully con' sidcred, and its details aro to this day hardly known to tho voting popula tion. The sandy pino hills of eastern Texas used to bo held in, about the same disrepute as the clay hills of Georgia, but the discovery that tho hills, sterile on the strfaco, are rich beneath, will change contempt for re speck In the wombs of eastern Texas mountains are tho embryos of great cities and mighty wealth. Tho filling up...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 21 December 1888

HE LARGEST, "Waco OurioBity Shop. '5 A) dtul, Local Time Oard. Mlaaenrl PnelMe. Leaves 2:40. m. ' 3:top. m. " 1:15 a.m. ' l:J3p. m. gontlf bound Ticket Asent, FaclUc Hotel Block. , Cottoa Bait KeMte. GOIHO WXIT. Train No. 1 arrives . . J? a. ra. ' " .llonveii ....8:05p.m. tGatciTllle. t !l Mixed leaves 6:40a. m. 00150 IAT. Tralno. 3 loaves.. t 5:10p.m. ' " 4 leaves u:50a.m. Botween Waco and Ht. touls. solid train via I'nnjcoQld to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. . . , Train 3 and 4 ran botween lexarkana and Gatrsellle, connecting with fart train on Iron Mountain, arriving at St. Lonls following day atft:ip.m. tSundav excepted .. Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel Block. H.AT.V. Westbound.... (Arr OilOa.m, J Arr Caop. m. (L'v eifiOa.m. Kaet bound. I Arr v:oop. m. 'li'v. 9:30 p.m. L'v........ 0:50 a. m. I V. DlLMKOnAM) Ticket Axont. Paclflo Hotel Block. Jjaeoueni FigfiLeros WACO. TEXAS. DEO, 21, 1888. CITY ITEMS. For Sale or Bent, a residence on the corner of 6th and Jeffe...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 21 December 1888

zrYt -;,ir- V 'n nP 5?. ft te y- Ew . GOLDSTEIN A MIGEL OUR -: FREEJTD lFORALADY.D . A jBandsome Shawl or Scarf, A Oloak, a Wrap, Jacket or Jerseys, ' An Elegant Dress Pattern, Pine Handkerchief, Hosiery or GloveSi Set Table Damask and Napkins to match, 500 other Things at half usual Prices. Joj? et Gentlemani Fine Silk Umbrella, Gotl Hcnd, only $1.75, Very Fine 811k Umbrellns, Gold Handles, $2.00 to $3.00, Fine Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Hosier) , Cuff Buttons, Scarf Pins and other Jewelry, Collar ana Cjttff Boxes, and Fancy Sets, Fine Embroidered Night Shirt, Silk Mufflers and Wrist Warmars. Pminfi Vop (li Piopli it Popular Prion. Isque Figures. Terra Cottas. Bric-a-Brac. Albums. 4 Big Drive in Toboggan Caps. sV OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. CITY COUNCIL. The Hon. Mayor's Stlrrintr Ad dress to the Oounoll. The Webitcr Street Newer Contract Accepted. The Hon. City Council met last eight in regular session, Major Hindi man in the chair. Minutes of last meeting were read...

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 December 1888

3r?f v?- "- a 'T'-''?;r-"-r-T7'-"T-T7'?r5' rwf!g$7P$h' '7,fT'Kmr.r'fipp'i WACO EVENING-"' NEWS I ft .!i VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888. NO. 141. itV$?rn's.1P&f? Wfry'Zwp1 THERE IS MORE PLEASURE IN "GIVING THAN IN RECEIVING," A.3STD THERE IS 3STO-W "I OJUmOI HFFDHD TO DIME;" Everybody Can Now Afford it, BEOAtTSB SflNGEq.BRDTHEISo -A.HE OOI3STO- TO 24 MONDAY 24 GIVING : : THEIR : : PATRONS The Advantages of a Cost, Clearance OF, HOLIDAY GOODS! We have- sold thousands of Presents, but have thousands more to sell, and - these must be Closed Out Monday. Come Earlyand avoid the rush. Our store will remain open until io p. m. Sanger Brothers. THE BANKRUPT JEWELERS, LEVINSKI & LEWINE, will'be sold out in the next OF0RTY-FIVE -: DflY8D THE ENTIRE STOCK OF Diamonds, Watcbes, Us, Jewelry and Silverware. Oplloil CooDi, i(o., Muif go if IHCRJF1CE PtyCEI, Comi Eiriy nd Bring Ymip Cut). F. O. ROGERS, Trustee. TO THE PEOPLE OF WACO : MAYHEM'S : -: BANK X IUPPUE1 IHE liDNG FE...

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 December 1888

mwi ( ajs' ," " -" t-"vrwyr' 'IT r ? 4 f ', y ' C Trr " ' ffc , -i1' pT-j,.;. H J ' ?(( lTJ fc Ujaco&u6i aReajs Entered st the Waco rostofflcs M sccond-clati Hall Matter. HlUX, -WHITE, rnormstoM. CC CENTS PER MONTlS. WACO, TEXAS, DEO. 22, 1888. Hadji Sulyman Saba, of Constanti nople, who died the other day, was ninety-oigbt yoars of ago when ho took his last wife, and ho lived to bo 132. Ho had sixty sons and nino daughters and Bevon wives and sur vived them all. "Old Brains" need not vacate his scat long enough for it to cool looking after his political fences in Texas. The 21st legislature will not place itself on record as tho most stupendous humbug of tho ago by attempting to elect anyone else as his successor. Itasca Mail. Fort Worth Gaxette: Riddlober ger's threat of resignation has sent a cold chill down tho spinal columns of tho Republicans. It is not a Republi can senate, but a Riddlcbergcr senate, and if tho drunken readjfster should resign it will bo a Denfocratio sen...

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 December 1888

WiVLl' . lvrT! JV r- ' w, Jfl'-I 4 Local Time Card. MliaeHrl PnclMe. North bonm1 ,,... LcaTci.... 2:40. m. C I " Stop, m. Yw c " .. l:16.m. WnthbonJPw.'i " lp.m. v TlUVU J0NM1 Ticket Asent Pielfle Hotel Block. Cotton Belt KoMte. coira vtiTi Tr(n No 1 Trives. . . . . , . .10 a. m. " S leaves, ....8 0.1p.m. ttiatetvllle. f 20 Mixed leases 0:40a.m. noma r at, Train o. 3 loarei.. ,....r-10p.m. " " 4 1eavo - 0 5Ja. mi Between Waco and St. Jxmls aolld train via Pitrajtould to St. LonU on Iron Mountain track Into union Depot. , Train 8 and 4 ran between loxarkana and Gatpiellle. connecting with last train on Iron Monntaln, arriving at St. Louis following day at n '55 p. m. tSundar excepted. TJ. K IltMitricLD, Ticket Agent , Pacific Hotel Block . H.T. Wet bound,... (Arr OilOa. m, f Arr 4:Sop.m. ih'v ,., O'fiO a.m. iri.t hntind ...)Arr V .00 p.m. tcaet oouna ."(L,v 9 30p.m. Ij't t i.i OiuO a. m. F. Dillinoiiau, Ticket Axent. Paclflo Hotel Block. Jjaeo&uepii ngftemjs WACO. TEXAS. DEO. 22,...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 22 December 1888

'iff THE GRANDEST CHANGE YET. jiMIfl! -ilJ v.'Vi'!-"v'y!5r 10 DAYS &o j? the We will Sell All GOLDSTEIN A MIGEL OUR -- PRESENTS A Handsome Shawl or Scarf, A Oloak, a Wrap, Jacket or Jerseys, An Elegant Dress Pattern, Pine Handkerchief, Hosiery or Gloves, Set Table Damask and Napkins to match, 500 other Things at half usual Prices. JBoi? o. Gentlemant Fine Silk Umbrella, God Head, only $1.70, Very Fine Silk Umbrellas, Gold Handles, $2.80 to $3.00, Fine Neckwears Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Hosiery, Cuff Buttons, JScarf Pins and other Jewelry, Collar and CuffBoxes, and Fancy Sets, Fine Embroidered Night Shirt, Silk Mufflers and Wrist Wnrmora. Praiinti Ion tip Piopli il Populir Prion. Bisque Figures. Terra.Cottas. Brlc-a-Brao. Albums. 4 Big , Drive in Toboggan Gaps.K ffJBF- OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. A PROFESSIONAL. A Pretty Case of Artistic Shop Iiiftlntr. Shop-lifters is a technical name for a class of thieves of the highest rank. Their specialty is to visit stores as a woul...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 24 December 1888

V WACO EVENING " NE WS. ? VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1888. NO. 142. THERE ir MORE PLEASURE Iff "GIVING THAN IN RECEIVING," .AJSTD THERE IS 3KTO W 10 KX:CXJE KOR YHVO "ICiWIDT IFFQRD TO DIME;" t Everybody SANDER. BROTHERS -A-IR I a-oxx-a-. a?o 24 MONDAY 24 "sr GIVING :: THEIR :: PATRONS The Advantages of a Cost, Clearance o:f GOODS! We have sold thousands of Presents, but have thousands more to sell, and these must be Closed Out Monday. Come Early and avoid the rush. Our store will remain open until io p. m. Sanger Brothers. THE BANKRUPT JEWELERS, LEVINSKI & LEWINE, WILL BE SOLD OUT IN THE NEXT FORTY-FIVE -:- DAYSO THE ENTIRE STOCK OF Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and' Silverware. Optloil CooDi, i(o., Muil go it IMCRIFICE PQICEI. Comi Eiirty ind Bring Youp CiiI. F. O. ROGERS, Trustee. TO THE PEOPLE OF WACO: MHYFIELD'S :-: BANK IUPPUES THE KiflNC FELT WML On deposit of TEN DOLLARS or more 12 per cent interest is allowed. Per sons desiring to borrow money on banka...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 24 December 1888

w SA? .' ' if "', ,f b t ' 1 'if ! . A '" .$ .'It PS? Jl . R '. 1& rv It1 i v Is- fj? lr h T l'A IV J "Entered at '.he Waco Poitolllce m iccond-clsu MMlMtttM. HILL Se WHITE, j'liormiTOBi. BO OE3STTS tPEIt MONTH. WACO, TEXAS, DEC. 24, 1888. MISS MARTHA. Hiss Martha Bailey known through out Rosovillo simply as "Miss Martha" sot by one of tho windows of her cozy Bitting room, putting tho lost stitches into a flannel skirt for old Mrs. Bodlcy, 'who suffered terribly with fho rheuma tism, which was not improved by the weekly scrubbings sho gave tho offices in tho brick block on Mabi6trcot. Miss Martha had just sowed a stout horn button on tho waist belt, and was about to fold tho skirt up, smiling at tho thought of tho old woman's delight when, sho should rccolvo tho gift, when tho hall door opened without tho ceremony of a preceding knock, and a neighbor, Mrs. Marsh, camo in. "You ought not to sow by twilight, Miss Martha," sho said, as sho entered tho room, "you'll ruin your eyes. ...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 24 December 1888

Hi 4. w $; a -yfej ,"Wjt wx,. V-J' i l,fc'W-" , 'Tr "' , Continued from Ttge 8. murtlia,? said Tom, In his manly way, "Inw?'"'vcdany woman but you. 1 did 4 yhw Vou wore older than I, for you never speko your age, and it would havo mndo no difference to mo anyhow. I thought of Eva only as a child, and knowing of his engagement, of which ho had .forbidden mo to speak, it distressed mo to eee bis attentions to her, for I ww that bIio was lenniing to love him. That evening in tho garden I gave him a long lecture, and pointed out to him the barm ho wots doing tho girl. Ho promised to see her no more; out, though he went homo a few days later, he corrosponAfld with her, and ended by eloping with rhe yesterday evening. I did not imagino for anlnstantthatyou thought mo in love A'ith Eva We both labored undor a mistake, Martha. I noticed your grow ing coldness, and thought you wero be coming weary of your engagement to a poor village doctor. You did not seem to caro for lovo making or caress...

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. — 24 December 1888

'I GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL THE GRANDEST CHANCE YET. v It! 10 DAYS IToi? tlie We will 407 AUSTIN ANINUB, o o o o ooooooooooooo o10PENM H IJIV'TIX,. R 1 12 O'GLOGK I S J NQON. S T -ALL- HOLIDAY GOODS -A.T HALF-PRICE. i3sr the b-ajn-echttift o I Messrs.EATON.&DINAN&CO THERE ABE 20,000 TPOTJUTJDS FAIMCY '. CANDLES A.3ST3D -A.3ST IIMIJMIEnsrSE LOT OF 4 FIREWORKS i All fresh and new. These goods must be sold regardless of cost during the present . month, If you have any use for Christ mas goods at all, it will pay you to examine them or send an open order. ALSO THE LABQEST STOCK OF CIGARS, TOBAGCO AND GROCERIES, GENERALLY. EVER THROWN ON THE WACO MARKET AT COST. TernKS z Calit JOHN F. MARSHALL, Trustee. 'Waco, Tex., December 14, 1888. HOLIDAY m Ltiest of EfWitMM! Ill the Mw's FirrtthlBg Goals Um. t ORJSYIMIO Ss CORBY. -1- A-TTSTIUKT A.T7-E3STXJE. The now meat market of Ilaun & Dolling, 721, Austin street, is under full headway and doing a first rate business. Tho proprietors are...

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