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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 7 January 1889

f'.afV .?V!v jw WAOO EVENING NEWS. m.i WACO TEXAS MONDAY JANUARY 7 1889. NO. 153. Sanger Brothers. OREf OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ OOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooQ DIVIDEND SALE OOOOOgOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooQgoooooooo WILL COMMENCE O00OOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOO OOaOQOOOOOOOCK)OOCK)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooo00000 Monday Morning oooooooK)oooqoooooooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ We will more than Sacrifice Profits during the next Sixty Days but have been too busy Marking Goods Down in our 'different stocks to advertise prices this week. A. Viit to Oxxr Store Will show you what we are going to do. SI1IICEI BRD1HE11So RETAIL DEPARTMENT Iffll & Hi Our Sales prove that Moderate Prices will eventually bring trade and we propose keeping the prices down to the lowest limit. This week you who are in need of a good Suit of Clothes can ave from $2.50 to $10 on a Suit by visiting our Clothing Department A Good Suit for $5.00 A Bette...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 7 January 1889

iftaeQ&uGRinerljteKDS Entered at '.lio Waco lWofllco as socond-clais Mall Matter. HILL Se "WHITE 1 1 01 witToiu. GO CENTS PEK MONTH. WACO TEXAS JAN. 7 1889. John Conncrton of Louisville Ky. has a mulo which chews tobacco. Tho winter in France has thus far hecn the severest for fifteen years. An Ohio girl claims to have invent- ed a process by which a barrel of oil can be converted into 10000000 oubio feet of gas. Tho Woman's Christian Temporanco Union of Alabama has decided that woman suffrage would only add to the cvile of politics and has formally do; clincd to support any movement look- ing to that result. A Chinaman who after soveral years' rcsidenco in this country re turned to China has been telling his countrymen that tho Americans wor- ship a mvstcrious bcint; who is called All Mi-ty Dol Lar. The Scientific American savs tho great oil fields of Now York and Penn- sylvania arc rapidly becoming exhaust- ed. The supply has fallen fromlOO.OOO to 43000 barrels per day. Search...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 7 January 1889

Local Time Oard. Hi' earl PftdMe. 9orthlHmd..Vyw.v;;;;.:Ji40.:j.. t " 1:15s m. tonth brand " '' lP.m. Ticket Atoni rtxMa Hotel Block. CoUottBtU Haute. ooiva tniT. Trhi No 1 mires. .....ilo3iv. th. ' I llenves 8 0Si. m. Gatesvllle. I ii hi Mixed leaves 0.40 a m. noiNO AT. JYslnNo.2 leaves fi:10p. m. I " 4 leave V)a. m. Between Waco and St: Louis solid train via rnrnirould to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. Train .1 and 4 rnn between lexarkana and flatrtellle connecting lth fast train on Iron Mountain arriving at St Lonis following day tfl is p.m. . (Sunday excepted. 1 D. K. HtRsuriKLD Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Block. 1I.T.J. West bound.... J Arr ?2-m " Arr 4:Sop.m. iL'v 0:40 a.m. K..t i.oun.1.... 1 fj:::::::::::::::::ii5g :: S: L'v 0:00 a.m. n. It. HILL Ticket Aaent. Under 1'nclHclIotentlock Cor. lihA Franklin WACO TEXAS. JAN. 7. 1889. CITY ITKMS. For Salo or Rent a residence on the corner of Gtli nnd Jefferson streets. Good cistern hydrants two-story barn and goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 7 January 1889

GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL o o o o ooooooooooooo NO MERCY! I Prices anl Profits SlaiiM o-iiiViiv 20 rioces 20-centFlnnuols at only 13 ceuts a yard. 20 Piocos Eo-cout Flannels at cents a yard. 0 Pieces regular 40c Flannols at 2-5 cents a yard. Flannols worth CO and "Co at only 33 to 40o a yard r0 Piocos Fancy Dress Goods worth 20 cents at only 10 cents a yard. Suitings and Ladles' Cloths G2 inches wide worth $1.25 to S1.C0 a yard our prico Is SS cents now. 10 Pieces all-wool gorges doublo width worth 50 cents at only 25 cents a yard. DON'TIMISS THIS CHANCE Cotton Flauel worth 10 cents at only 5o a yard. Ladles' Morlno Vests 50c values only 25 cents. AD-Wool Wear at Half Regular Prices. Ladies' Seamless Wool Hose worth 50 cents a only 25 conts. Child's Wool Hose entirely seamless only 10 cts a pair 500 Assorted Pur Linen Handkerchiefs worth 15 to 30 cents at only 10 cents. 40 Dozen Assortod 10 and 15-cont Handkorchi at onlo 5 cents each. We are determined to close out all "Winter Goods at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 8 January 1889

EVENING NEWS VOL.1 WACO TEXAS .TUESDAY JANUARY 8 1889. NO. 154 vWAOO ! Sanger Brothers. iGRBAT ixwikwooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo DIVIDEND SALE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSOOOOOOOO WILL COMMENCE oooooiwoooooooooooooooooaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Monday ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo We will piore than during the next have been too Goods Down in stocks to advertise A. Viasit to Will -show you what o SANDER. TO FinnePE of Moliinnin THE WACO LUMBER GO. -will exchange L.XJ3MBESR SASH Blinds aioxl BuildefSft HAKDWARE- For Corn deliver d to us at our Lumber Yard in Waco or in Car-load Lots delivered at any of the following points to wit: McGregor south bosqub axtell Mt. CALM HUBBARD and DOWSON. WE HAVE A VERY HEAVY STOCK AND WILL EXCANGE ANY AND ALT. KINDS OP BUILDING MATERIAL Including rough and dressed Lumber such as Flooring Celling tiding; Moulding and Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 8 January 1889

llJaeo&ueningEleajs Entered lit tho Wnco rostolllco us second-clais Mall Matter. HILL Se -WHITE rnoi'iiinTont. BO CENTS FEB MONTH. WACO THXAS JAN. 8' 1881). Tho growth and popularity of relig- ious clubs uliosc main object is tho promotion of social intercourse is one of tho interesting signs of tho times. The New Yoik Star feirongly objects to items regarding basoball being put under tho head of "Sporting News." Tho Star says baseball is a pastimo for making money not a sport. Experiments hao been inado in Berlin with India rubber pacmont. It is said to bo very durable of course noiseless and unaffected bv heat or cold. As a covoring for bridges it is said to havo peculiar merits its clac- ticity preventing vibration. In Italy thero aro eight American- born princcssc seven marchionesses twelve countesses and a baroness. St. Stephen's Ilcview of London sug gesta that America had better start a titled aristocracy of her own for fear of losing all her eligible millionairesses. A w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 8 January 1889

"1nw4 M1""rVe . 2:4oa.m. North bonndi AV S:op. m -. a ... 1.18a m. J . .ia.r..C)'' .....V.. iip. . VOlltl TltAVIS JoNKS I Ticket Agent Faclfle Hotel Block. Cotton Belt.HoNte. OOIN'rt W'r'yjr . fmin No 1 arrives L L losl!.. m. mill m aive sft-.lTn-.lHateivllle. I St. Mixed leaves 0.40s. in. 0015Q KAT. train o. 2 loaves . fi.lOp. m. " 4 1eacs .W. m. Between Waco and St. IouU solid train via l'.iragould to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into Onion Depot. Train 3 and 4 rnn between loxarkana and (.atesollle connecting with fait train on Iron Mountain arriving at St. Louis following day at r. M . m. Sml.y excepted. DE Ticket Agent l'aclflo Hotel Block. U. T. V. We.tbond....AJS::.:........;....00O.:n: Iv 0:40 a.m. .t bound.... iE::::::::::-::::::i!8::2: L'v..... s.&on.m. 'It. II. HILL Ticket Agent. Under Pacific Hotel Block Cor. 4th Franklin WACO. TEXAB JAN. 8 1880. CITY ITEMS. For Sale or Rent a residence on the corner of 5tb and Jefferson streets. Good cistern hydrants two-story ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 8 January 1889

GOLDSTEIN & MI6EL THE GRANDEST CHANGE YET. jmm ? Vws 10 DAYS wr&. will Sell All 407 AUSTIN ANBNUB lV ( .1 . a m o o o o ooooooooooooo NOMERCYI Piies and Profits Slailiterei . MEN'S AND:B0YS' FINE fzOTHJERS HATTERS AND FURNISHERS Sole Agents forjthe Dunlap Hats. --ipiiiv ixk:.--! 120 rioces 20-cent Flanuols at oulv 13 cents a ynrd. 20 Plocos M-cont Flnnnols at 17'i cents a yard. 2iyTIoces rogular 40o Flannels at 23 cents a yard. Flannels worth 00 and "5o at only 35 to 40o a yard 50 Pleeos' Fancy Dress Goods worth 20 cents at only 10 cents a yard. Suitings and Ladles' Cloths 02 Indies wide Worth $1.25 to SI .60 a yard our prico is 88 couts now. 10 Pieces all-wool Serges doublo width worth CO cents at only 25 conts a yard. IDOIV'IMISS THIS CHANCB Cotton Flauol worth 10 conts at only 5c a yard. Ladies' Merino Vests 50c values only 25 cents. All-Wool Wear at Half Regular Trices. Ladles' Seamloss Wool Hose worth 50 cents a only 25 conts. Child's Wool Hoso entirely soamless ouly 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 9 January 1889

M WACO EVENING" NEWS. 7H -n VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1889. NO. 156. SANGER BROS. ihwooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GRBATi ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ DIVIDEND SALE Dooooooooooooooooooooo OOttOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOCOOO SOME EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS I2KJ" -:-FINE SHOES.-:- CEHTT IHDEB. We are closing out several makes and offer same it rerr to Prices. Best French Calf Lace Button and Congress in French and London too Best Hand sewed reduced from $7 50 to 16 05 a pair. Hand sewed Kangaro and French Calf Congress Shoes reduced from $7.00 to $5.45 a pair. Cordovan Frcneh Toe Congress Hand- sowed reduced from $G 00 to $4 10 a pair. Hind-sowed London Too Bals Best French Calf reduced from $G 00 to $4 55 a pair. Best French Calf Patent Leather Dress Shoes in Congress and Bals re- duced from $600 to $4 00 a pair. Our entire stock of L. Boyden's regu- lar $5.00 Shoes are reduoed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 9 January 1889

iJjaGO&ueRingfleaJS Kntorcil nt tlio Waco Postodlco as iccoml-cUis Mall Matter. HILL Ss "WHITE mormistons. BO CENTS FB MONTH. WACO TEXAS JAN. 0 ;i880. Philadelphia huilt 5970 two-story houses Inst year. The people of Topcka will soon bo riding over the longest of cloetrio rail- ways fourtcon miles. Thoro arc nino cables connccttug Europo and America which utilizo 113000 miles of cables. I'ubHahors say that there has been a great growth of leccnt years in the market for Christian literature. Over 383000 immigrants landed in New York durine tho past year. This is about 12000 abovo tho record for 1887. The sultan never uses a plate but takes his food usually with a spoon or his fingers directly from the littlo kit tles in which it is cobked. More than one-half the foreign com- merce of tho United States entered and cleared at the port of New York last year and'nmountcd to more than $852000000. The leading New York hotel keep- ers have combined to set up a printing office which is t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 9 January 1889

Local Time Oard.- Mlaaenrl Padae. Noiiliboaml.ir 'vTei.... 2:40a. n. 7 VVT7 ' " 1:15a.m. Sonth bound J " 1:25p.m. Tuavis Joints. Ticket Agent Paclflo Hotel Block . Cotton Belt Monte. aonra west. Train Nol arrives . 10.3.1a.m. Sleaves 8:05p. m. Oatesvllle.) I ii 21) Mixed loaves 0-40 . m. GOINO KAT. Train No 2 leaves.. -... ftslOp. m. leaes u.aua m. Oetween Waco and St. Louis solid train vis Pnragould to St. Lools on Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. Train 3 and 1 run between lexarkana and Gatescllle connecting with fast train on Iron Mountain arriving at St. Louis following dar at AM p.m. (Sunday excepted. D. E. IttRSllriKLD Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Block. H. T. C. West bound... JArr B:00S. m (Arc 4:30p.m. ili'r 0:40 a.m. K..t bound.... iAir..:.::;::::.:::::.tjjO p.m. L'v 9:60 a. m. ;u. It. IHLL Ticket Axent. Under l'aclflo Hotel Block Cor. 4th A Franklin VVACO. TEXAS. JAN. 0;t889. CITY ITEMS. For Sale or Rent a residence on the corner of Gth and Jefferson streets. Good cister...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 9 January 1889

GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL o o o o ooooooooooooo NO MERCYI Prices and Profits -Pi;AIN 1Xk:.--I 20 Tlocea 20-ceut Flannels at only 13 cents a yard. 20 Plocos 25-cent Flanuols at J7i conts a yanl. 20 Pieces regular 40c Flannels at 25 conts a yard. Flanuols worth CO and 75c at only 35 to 40o a yard 50 Pieces Fancy Dross Goods worth 20 cents at only 10 cents a yard. Suitings and ladles' Cloths 52 Inches wide worth $1.25 to $1.50 a yard our price is 88 conts now. 10 Pieces 1-wool Serges double width worth 50 conts at only 25 conts a yard. THE GRANDEST CHANGE YET. 10 DAYS We will Sell AU jdok'Tmiss omiis chance CottJn Flauol worth 10 conts at only Sea yard. Ladles' Morlno Vests 50c values only 25 cents. All-Wool Wear at Half Regular Prices. Ladles' Seamless Wool Hose worth 50 conts a only 25 conts. Child's Wool Hoso entirely seamless only 10 cts a pair. COO Assorted Pure Llnou Handkerchiefs worth 15 to 30 conts at only 10 cents. 40 Dozen Assorted 10 and 15-cent Handkerchiefs at onlo 5 cents ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 10 January 1889

7 auV "- I WACO EVEMING news. VOL 1 WACO TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1889. NO. 157. SANGER BROS. t)nooooooooooooooooooooooooooo)oooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo GRBATi ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooo DIVIDENDSALE oooooooooooooooooooooo ooaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SOME EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS I3ST:- -:-FINE SHOES.-:- GENir 1H0EI. We are closing etrt seteral makes and offer sane at very Low Prices. BcBt French Calf Laco Button and CongrcBS in French and London too Best Hand-sewed reduced from $7.50 to $6.05 a pair. Hand-sowed Kangaro and French Calf Congress Shoes reduced from $7.00 to $5.45 a pair. Cordovan French Too Congress Hand- sowed reduced from $G.OO to $4.10 a pair. Hand-sewed London Too Bals Best French Calf reduced from $0.00 to $4.55 a pair. Best French Calf Patent Leather Dress Shoes in Congress and Bals re- duced from $6.00 to $4.00 a pair. Our entire stock of L. Boydcn's regu- lar $5.00 Shoes are redu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 10 January 1889

Entered at ilio Wnco 1'ostofllco si icconil-claH Malt Matter. HILL Sc -WHITE rnorniKTOiu. BC CENTS PER MONTH. WACO TEXAS JAN. 10 1880. .Toff MoLcmoro will issue tho first number of tho Victoria ltcvicw about tho IGth inst. The record of Kansas shows tho amount of land mortgages in the stato to be $2:55.000000. . A mammoth cotton palace is to be erected in New Orleans in which the products of Louisiana and other states will be cxhib'ted during carnival week. A little girl who wroto on her ex- amination papers "Tho interior of Africa is principally used for purposes of exploration" was wiser than she thought. The latest development of tea habit is chewing dried tea leaves. "Its first cfTcct is an agreeable cxhileration. Ulti- timately it induces sleeplessness and an abnormal condition of mind with strango wishes and deliriums." A botancial exploring party from Germany recently discovered on one of the Philipine islands a number of plants whose flowers were almost a yard in diameter th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 10 January 1889

yv Tf W jjj "1 nf i ' Local Time Card. Missouri Pnels-e ofti liowl Iavejl7.......:45a. m J " A... stoop m c " iri 1:15a m. '""V? 1:23p.m. mw-- invn jmni. .Mllll UUUliu I - - - Ticket Alien t. FaclAa Hotel Block. Cotton Belt KoHte. (J01.VU WIST. Ir..in vo 1 arrives ..WtMa.ro I1.. " 3 leaves. 8:05 p. m. IGatesvllle. It" 1 SO Mixed leavca . .. iiiiiv a. iu nOINQICA'I .... w.rn mill St. Louis Hoi Id train via I imtokuuIiI to St. Louis on Iron Mountain track " I'T' 'nS'lrnn between lexarkana and Ifi.tfMine connecting yltli fast train on Iron Mountain arriving at St Loula following dar tsunu.jr j K MIIrIItU)i Ticket Agent 1'aciflc Hotel Block. H. AT. V. YVett bound....! An.. 6:00 a. in 4:S0p m. L'v 6:40 a.m. I tut bound. JArr v :00 p.m. 'L'v 0:40 p.m. L'v 8:50 a.m. U. II. HILL Ticket Axent. I Under Pacific Hotel Block Cor. 4th ft franklin mjaeo&uetai n flews WACO. TEXAS. JAN. 10 1880. CITY ITEMS. For Salo or Reut a residence on the corner of 5th and Jefferson stroets. Good cistern hyd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 10 January 1889

t ( v'tr;r'"ivfi'"')!j;;4 vflmrti'tw nv'l". '? GOLDSTEIN o o o o ooooooooooooo NO MERCYI Prices and Prafite Slailita. --emxlv 20 Pieces 20-ceut Flannels at oulv 13 cents n yard. 20 TIocos 25-cout Flannels at 17)b conts a yard.. 20 Pieces regular 40o FlannolB at 25 cents a yard. Flauuols wortb CO and 75o at only 35 to 40c a yard 50 riecos Fancy Dross Goods worth 20 cents at only 10 cents a yard. Suitings and Ladles' Cloths 62 Indies wide worth $1.25 to $1-50 a yard our price is 88 cents now. 10 Pieces all-wool Serges double width worth 50 cents at only 25 conts a yard. DON'TJMISS THIS CHANCE Cotton Flanol worth 10 cents at only 5c a yard. Ladles' Merino Vests 50c values only 25 conts. .All-Wool Wear at Half Ilogular Prices. Ladies' Seamless Wool Hose worth 50 cents a only 25 cents. Child's Wool Hose entirely seamless ouly 10 cts a pair 500 Assorted Puro Linen Handkerohiofs worth 15 to 30 conts at only 10 cents. 40 Dozen" Assorted 10 and 15-oent Handkerchiefs at onlo 5 conts each. We ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 12 January 1889

Svi vi WACO SVING NEWS. r VOL.! WACO TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 12 1889. NO. 159. SANGER BROS. ()ooooooooooooooooooooonoooooooooooowoooooraooooooooooooooooooqooo ' ' ' T - .i iGRBATk ooooooooooooooooooooo00000000000000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo DIVIDEND SALE ooooooooooooooooooooooooaooooooooobdooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SOME EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS -: I 3ST -:-FINE SHOES.-:- L RETAIL DEPARTMENT I 11(11 k Rosen Our Sales prove that Moderate .Prices will eventually bring trade and we propose keeping the prices down to the lowest limit. CENIS' 1H0E1. BOYS' SHOES. We are closing out several makes and offerL Bcst Calf London TooBals same at very Low Prices. Best French Calf Laco Button and Congress in French and London toe Best Hand tewed reduced from $7.50 to $6 05a pair. Iland-sewcd Kangaro and French Calf Congress Shoos reduced from $7.00 to $5.45 a pair. Cordovan French Too Congrccs Hand- sewed reduced from $0.00 to $4 10 a pair. Hand-sewed London Too Bals Best French ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 12 January 1889

Jjaeo&usRi nerEteKDS Entorcd at tho Waco l'oslofflco soconil-clat Mill Matter. HILL Oe WHITB niurniriom. BO OEIsTTS PER MONTH. WACO TEXAS JAN. 12 1889. Thero aro in this country forty eight national societies of women with a irnt membership of 500.000. The largest is tho Women's Christian Tern peranco Union with a membership of 210000. Then follows tho mission- ary pcaco suffrage philanthropic and educational organizations. Twelve of them have joined with tho National Council which was formed to unite all the women societies into one great league. Lawmakers and rcformors should turn their ingenuity to tho prevention of the crimo of election-bribery which has crown by immunity to most ap palling proportions. Its punishment should include the permanent disfran- chisement of all who sell their votes. If this were tho law now and its prompt enforcement wcre'possible we do not hesitate to say that a million men in the United States who yoted at the recent presidential election would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 12 January 1889

Local Time Card. Missouri PaclRe. North Lonnil.!. Leaves. 2:40a. m. " I " s.op. m 1 j " l:lfta.m South bound " l:2p.m. Travis Jowis Ticket Agent PacMe Hotel Block. Cation Belt Monte. iioiNn t Train No. 1 arrives lo.IMa. ra. .lli-aves 8:Wipm. Uatesvllle. I H : Mixed leaves . a:40.m. noma iut. lrsln o. 2 leave iiiJSP'I?' Heaves i .u!Ma. m. Between Waco and St. Ixrals solid train via rnraKould to Bt. Louis on Iron Mountain track Into union Depot. . Train 3 and 4 rnnbotween lexarkana and Gatesslile connocUnir with fast train pa Inm Mountain arriving atSt. Louis following day atfl.Mp.m. isnnuay excepted. 1 ' D. E. IttMltriKLD Ticket Agent Faclflo Hotel Block. We.tbound....Arr.::......i..:;:;.e:00:m jj'v." 0:40 a.m. K..t bound.... I ;;::::::;::-::::::B;SS ?: 2: L'v 9:D0 a.m. II. II. HILL Ticket Asent. Under Pacific Hotol Block Cor. 4th Franklin jjcaeo&uemi ngReros WACO. TEXAS. JAN. 12. 1880. CITY ITEMS. Vnr Rale or Rent a residence on the corner of 5th and Jefferson streets. Good cist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 12 January 1889

1 i4f B 1! a i I V 11 e t GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL Q O O O OOOOOOOOOOOOO- WEEK OF WONDERS REDUCTIONS ROUTED PRICES PULVERIZED THE PUBLIC PLEASED & PUZZLED. XjPRKNTED 10 THE PEDPUE OF WHC0. Tho best SI .60 Jersey ovor sold our prlcoSl.OO. Tho host $1.60 Shoo over aeon our prico 51.00. Host 1.50 Corsot this wook only Sir Best S1.60 Ladles' Night Dresses.oulv $1.00. GOODS MUST GO. Prices no object Profit no consoquonce. Wo consider our Winter business at an end aud aro doWmlned to cloar our shelves for spring arrivals. Buy now and buy lnrgoly. MONDAY CXLVIY. 25 Dozen Ladles' Full Regular Hoso blnek or colors always sell at 25 conts this day only 12 cents a Pair. 20 Dozen Children's Seamless Wool Hoso 15-cont valuos this day only 7lj cents u Pair. 25 Dozen Child's Boys' and Misses' Fast Black Full Regular Ribbed Hoso 25-cont values this day 12)4 conts a Pair. iiesclojir Ss Wednesday Oljr. 1000 Yards Assorted RuchlngR add Ruflllngs worth 15 to 25 cents a yard at only 7 cents a yard. 500...

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