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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 25 January 1889

WACO EVENING NEWS. i VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 25 1889. NO. 170. SANGER BROS. o GREAT DIVIDEND SALE t Our Stock of Dress TrlnuniiifrH to be closed out to mako room forNowNoveltleH lllnck Bead ornmnents reduced to 5c lOo 15o and 20o each. Fine lllnck Cut Jot Drop Ornaments at 25o 85o nud 50o each. llluck Silk Gimps in large variety all marked down to 50c G5o 85o and $1.00 a yard. S5c Baoh. All ur Braid Basque Setts and Panels reduced to 65o a sott. Sevon-iuch Colored Bead Ornaments all the now shades at 35c each. Bend Headings reduced to lOo a yard from 25c. I'nncy Bead Iloadlngs and Gimps at 25o a yard marked down from 60c to 25c. Throo Special Lots of Fancy Silk TinsolnndMllaiicsoPassotiioiitrles nt 40c 50c and 05c a yard. Fur Trimmings at 10c a yard reduced from 50c. A Largo Line of all Colors in Now Girdles Just received at COo 65c 75c and $1.00 each. WENESDAY . Will be Special Remnant Day when all Remnants will bs offered at one-half usual prices especially in Trimmings L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 25 January 1889

7'"WF'5y$F!?PpT llJaGoiueningleaJS Kntorcd at tlio Waco l'ostolllco as second-clots MbII Matter. HILL SB "WHITE lnormisTons. EC CENTS PER jyTONTH. WACO TtiXAB JAN. 21 18S9. Tho steel rail manufacturers of En- gland France Germany and Belgium ha o formed a trust. The unseasonable winter weather makes somo difference in the coal business. Every warm dy means 100000 tons of coal less consumed. A young physician of l'nll llivcr Mass. is laid up with a discaso of tho tongue attributed to excessive cigar- otto smoking. Mrs. William Astor at a recent re. ccption tho other day had her house profusely decorated with Magna Char ta roses which tost $2 each and Ja- panese applo blossoms for which the llorist taxed her $10 a spiay. Fort Worth citizens have subscribed .'17000 of the $1000 asked as a bonus to builod tho Northwestern railroad. Several gentlemen who did not own ical estate in the city subscribed as much as $300 each. Fort Worth al- ways "gets there." C. P. Huntington declares that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 25 January 1889

aeo&uenmejReros General Local Market. 11. 1) and M. celling lnch20 do '' Indh SM.fiO .'.' t22.S0 rough cclllng15 Hiding N. P. J' $17 ho k $20 do W P. 2 poplar boards. W I shingles sap plno 1 do heart pino t do O. K. l SO. dll bosa l 7fiffflAl linlllnir. I..rl BLOODY HER OF PRICES. IVIAdtE2VSE SLAUGHTER. All'l.le. Fancy green V libl tlSMasfto pine list ! 50 v M. w lilte plno flat j square IHI.OM. Short clear smokud lb ()'' Short clear dry salted S'i Salted bellies lo Breakfast bacon .t 12 Choice sugar cured hams 12JJ wuuo junu rxi. EAL. Whlto bolted in sacks of 4ilb 05c. MOLASSES. Pa!lCV50fft.VG. cholcn nnvprnn TaiiUIhiiaI 11AK1NU l'nwilf.ll. (')e nrlnio il(u340n. irood centriHicm irira.ton. Standard goods In lh cans per doz 2M common 242So corn syrnp 4042e Coney Isl- and 15c whlto clover 6oc standard A drips 55. IMHNI Wari) ol lh.i Flqnl FiihiUun EwiPliaugM la Wico rimoii IIKAN. Knstern hand picked lb 4W4iJ California In linim t: MIAT ANIMALS. Butchers pay $2 fiOOSOO for medium ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 25 January 1889

-"---'- '""" mbMammatmimlmilUmmmitiil T " iVT nil aWMMM GOLDSTEIN & MlfiEL Starting the New Year rJWnup WBWEMJTOiV&. 407 AUSTIN ANBNUB MlaMMMHk O O WITH o O .!?' WO0a00()00(300000000'O0'"OOO"0CO3O00OOOOO3OOOOO0"OOOOOOOOOOOOOOg SAMPLE 8H0E8. Better tlx A.xxy9 CtaeciLpei? tlian emy We offer over 1500 Pair for Ladies Men and Children at Half the Prices of Regular Goods. Come WhileSizes are Complete o GREAT AND GOOD BARGAINS IN OUR LINEN - DEPAR'MT. Prices Goofl Only for One Week. A Good Heavy Brown Crash only 4 cents a yard. A Good Blenched Toweling worth 10 cents at 6 cents a yard. I Icavy Twill Crash 1 5-cents value at 8 cents a yard. Kxtra Fine Towelings 12 1-2 cents 15 cents and 20 cents. A Good Linen Towel worth 1 5 cents for only 7 cents each. Heavy Linen Towel 28 inches long worth 20 cents only 10 cents. Fine German Damask Towel 40 inches Knotted Fringe 22 1-2 cents Fine Iluckback Towel Fancy Border 42 inches only 25 cents. Tidie Towels elegant Patterns 3 rows of Lace ef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 26 January 1889

"yv WACO EVENING NEWS. & VOL. 1 WACO TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1889. NO. 171. -5yyTFini'' SANGER BROTHER ooooooooooooooooouoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooosoooooooo l CONTINUATION OF OUR tx GRAND -SALE OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENTS OFFER I ML BARGAINS Buyers of Clothing Gent's Furnishing Goods and Hats should visit our Largo and Exclusive Gent's Department before buying. New Line of Trunks Valis- es and Hand Bags in all quali- ties at Low Prices. oSole i.go:tit;s o KNOX'S SOFT STIFF MND SIliK HITS. UOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtlOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOflO . SANGER BROS. RETAIL DEPARTMENT l I. Sill & Cor. FiM art instil Streets. Lessin tail We desire in our humble way to call the Public's attention to our varied and well selected Stock of BOOTS - and- SHOES. Our Lines are from the most Standard and Reliable Manufactors and each and every pair is sold with a Guaran- tee. Prices in tihs Department rule the same as throughout our other depart- ments THE VERY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 26 January 1889

tfjaeo&uenineffrGOTS Knlcrcil nt ilio Wnco l'ostollko as sccond-clnis Mull Matter. iklX.Ii Se -white rnoriuiiToiw. BC (DENTS PBBMONTIL "WACO TEXAS JAN. 20 .1880. Tort Worth lias rimed tho bonus of $10000 for the building of a railroad through tho nortli-wostcrn counties of tho state to Alburmonjuo N. SI. A faniUyof fiin Dakota subsist- ed for throo weeks on fivo pounds of pork and a bushel of carrots and tlicro is no uso in any young housekeeper trying to beat that record. As soon as an article becomes un- common its value as a work of art ri- ses to a surprising degree. Buffalo robes which have become scarce are now fahionablo floor rugs. Any ono possessing a buffalo robo should take it from his sleigh and spread it among tho rugs of oriental manufacture. The ncwAmerican navy when com- pleted will consist of twonty-two ves- sels ranging from the armored cruiser Maine carrying 4 14 men down to a first-class torpedo boat carrying four officers and eighteen men. There will bo ."78...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 26 January 1889

Jjef o&ueni Ekgleros WACO. TEXAS. JAN. 20. 1880. KVKNING NEWS olllco Franklin struct between -4th and fill) htroots hi now Jones' buildiiiir. Local Time Card. MlKHonrl Pacific. .vorti. bounil Leaves 2:40a.m. " " n:0op. m i " liirm.m. Southbound J " J:2p.m. TllAVll .ToXKS Ticket Agent 1'aclflo Hotel Block. Cotton licit Itonte. (IOI.NU WK8T. Train No 1 arrives lOsIWn. in. t '".i Mixed leaves (1:10a.m. (101X0 KAvr. 1'ralnNo 2 leaves 6:10 p. mi Between Waco and St Louis solid train via I'nrngonld to St. Louis o.i Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. 'I rain .'I anil 4 rim between lexarkana ami (Intestine connecting tvlth fast train oh Iron Mountain arriving at St. Louis following day at.-:.Vii. m. Sunday excepted. .... I). K. ItinstiriKLU Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel IUock. II. T.C. Westbound.... J Arr 0:00 a. m (Arr 4::10p.m. tL'v 0:40a.m. ... i.mimi J Arr v:00j. m. hast bound.... J j y 9:40 p.m. L'v 0:50 ii. m. It. II. HILL Ticket Agent. Under 1'aclflo Hotel IUock Cor. 4th A Frankl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 26 January 1889

GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL Starting the New Year J9SHP dBIif . 407 AUSTIN ANBNUB i.MMMl.in.MHMM)000(K)000000KKXK00000000000 0MKK)KUO()OOUOOOKKWOWM)00000 JL FBVi FORCIBIvB - TRACTS. WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OUR REMAINING STOCK OF DRUMMERS' SAM- PLE SHOES REGARDLESS OP VALUE. SAMPLE SHOES. ARE THE BEST A MANUFACTURER MAKES. XinilR PRIKFS ARE THE LOWEST EYElTHHHDl tot 1. Ladies' Misses' Men's and Boys' Real Good Shoes worth $1.50 to $2X0 all at $1.00 a Fair. ivOT a Fine Kid Shoes some hand-sewed Sterling $2.00 to $3.50 Values at $1.50 a Pair. roT s Elegant Hand-sewed and Hand-turned Shoes equal to any $5 and $6 goods at only $2.50 and $3 a Pair. Children's Shoes at 25 cents a oair. Good Solid School Shoes 50 cents a pair. Best Solar Tip Shoe made 75 cts and $1. Boots and Brogares at HALF VALUES. No Dealer Will or Gin Diicate Our Prices. -o WIT H- Prans Bargains in Hosiery Actually iliterata Dress Goods at almost half the former Prices. Gent's Furnishing' Goods Marked Ifown to the VERY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 28 January 1889

Ffn?T? VV' ' !wft' "FVfl j WACO EVENING NEWS. k VOL.1 WACO TEXAS MONDAY JANUARY 28 1889. NO. 172. SANGER BROTHER OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 30OO0OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBOOOOOOOO A CONTINUATION OF OUR l GRAND SALE ODR MEN'S DEPARTMENTS OFFER 1SDALMI Buyers of Clothing Gent's Furnishing Goods and Hats should visit our Largo and Exclusive Gent's Department before buying. New Line of Trunks Valis- es and Hand Bags in all quail-" ties at Low Prices. o(Sole AgentsX KNOX'S IQFT BTiFF HMD IHtf HIT!. OOOOOOWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SANGER BROS. T. 3P- JOXTES. "W. H. JOISTES. JONES : BROTHERS m ESTATE AGENTS L RETAIL DEPARTMENT t f I. HOI k Gar. FiM anA Austin Streets. tailial We desire in our humble way to call the Public's attention to our varied and well selected Stock of BOOTS-and-SHOES. Our Lines are from the most Standard and Reliable Manufactors and each and every pair is sold With a Guaran- tee. Prices in tins Department rule the same as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 28 January 1889

"i&? jw'!i7 ""iv jfTryTwsr ffWWIW ) T ' l&eoliuGiinpEf?aj Entered at '.lie Waco I'ostofllce ai sccondclais Mall Matter. HILL 6c WHITE liioimitToits. CO CENTS FEU XAQBTXH. WACO TEXAS JAN. 28 1880. THE WAR CLOUD. At Brattlcboro Vt tho other day a farmer was plowing while ten miles back in the country people were sleigh- ins;. California fruit-growers have discov- ered that fruit can bo kept fresh for a long time by packing it in carbonized wheat bian. Tho dividends paid in Boston on January 1 aggregated $12000000 or $30 for every man woman and child in the city but it was not distributed in that way. While thrco boys near Kekcrt Ind.( were hunting they dug into an old log after a rabbit and discovered a pot of cold coins. Tho treasure counted out $4000. It is no wonder the timber supply of tho United States is diminishing so greatly as to cause alarm. Tho extrava- gant use of matches is enough to de- nude the forests of tho country in a few years A bill to establish tho Austra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 28 January 1889

pWfzW y: ;j v f t- jaue:mgReros WACO TEXAB. JAN. 28 1880. EVENING NEWB office Frankltn street between 4th and Sth streets ijn new Jones' building. Local Time Card. Mlaaenti Paeiar. Niirtii bonml Teaves 2:40a. m. ' n Siflop. m. 1:15a.m. " 1:15p.m. Sonth bound flUTIH iUfllBi Ticket Agent Paeiflo Hotel Block. Cotton) Belt Boate. GOING wxst. Tralii No 1 snivel ' Mixed leaves ... oowa AT Iralnho. 2 leaves.. . ....10-S.la. m. ..?... 8:40a. h. .5:10 p.m. Between Waco nd Bt Louis solid train vU I'liragould to St. Lout o.i Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. Train 8 and 4 ran between lexarkana ana Mountain arriving Lonls following dar at ft m P. m. (Sunday excerted TJ. K. Hiniimn.n. Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Block. H.T.O. West bound. Arr 6:ooa. a Art ..4:S0p. m. L'v o:4oa.m. Arr i) t-.oop. in. L'v 9:40 n. m. Kat bound.... li'v i 9:50 a.m. II. II. HILL Ticket Agent Under Paclflo Hotel Block Cor. 4th ft Franklin : DR. R. Xj. MUNBOfl : ! Dentist No. 611 Austin Ave. '. DR. J. H. CALDWELL PHYS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 28 January 1889

U v i'VA'yUJ iXWX F U-f w v J rt fln':' MW r - "f -i b:-" m IV' - ft A V' SOLDSTEIN & MIGELIStarting the New Year tioooooooooooooooooooooooo0000000000000 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo AFBV: - ioieereiEj - -o WIT Ho- aots. WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OUR REMAINING STOCK OP DRUMMERS'. SAM- PLE SHOES REGARDLESS OP VALUE. SAMPLE SHOES. ARE THE BEST A MANUFACTURER MAKE. 1QUR PRICES ARF THF. LOWEST EVER HEARD1 TOT 1. Ladies' Misses' Men's and Boys' Real Good Shoes worth $1.50 to $2.f 0 all at $1.00 a Pair. IvOT S Fine Kid Shoes some hand-sewed Sterling $2.00 to $3.50 Values at $1.50 a Pair. IvOT 3 Elegant Hand-sewed and Hand-turned Shoes equal to any $5 and $6 goods at only $2.50 and $3 a Pair. Children's Shoes at 25 cents a Dair. Good Solid School Shoes 50 cents a pair. Best Solar Tip Shoe made 75 cts and $1. Boots and Brogares at HALF VALUES. No Dealer Will or Can Duplicate Dor Prices. oooooooooooooooooooooo ooaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo GOLDSTEIN I MIGEL. m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 29 January 1889

" w (vrjTiy j lS EVENING NEWS. vol. 1 WACO TEXAS TUESDAY JANUARY 29 1889. NO. 173. f 'j. p r - v .WACO SANGER BROTHERS. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOUUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0000000000000000000000800000000 A CONTINUATION OF OUR GRAND SALE OUR HEN'S DEPARTMENTS OFFER N ML BARGAINS Buyers of Clothing Gent's Furnishing Goods and Hats should visit our Largo and Exclusive Gent's Department before buying. New Line of Trunks Valis- esandHand Bags in all quali- ties at Low Prices. . 4 iV XI RETAIL DEPARTMENT x Ml k MU. Cor. Fifth and Austin Streets. We desire in our humble way to call the Public's attention to our varied and well selected Stock of BOOTS-and-SHOES. Our Lines are from the most Standard and Reliable Manufactors and each and every pair is sold with a Guaran- tee. Prices in tihs Department rule the same as throughout our other depart- ments THE VERY LOWEST. (Sole Agent)o KNOX'S SOFT ITI HID UU. Hm. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SANGER BROS T. 3?. JOJST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 29 January 1889

'sFW fww;w$- i'i vw tw : i?yr'v Kntorcd at ilio Waco I'ostonico as sccond-clats Mall Mutter. HILL Ss WHITE l'tionuRioiw. GC OE3STTS PER MONTH. WACO. TKXAS JAN. 21) 18S9. It is proposed in Now York to spend $103000 the current jenr in teaohing German in the public schools. Hereafter no student can matriculate from the University of tho Pacific at San Jose Cal. who uses tobacco in any form. Tho "Orange King" of Florid is J. A. Harris of Marion county. His groe of 200 acres this year yields 60- 000 boxes of oranges. Tho Standard Bays San.Antonio only lacks $15000 of the $50000 necessa- ry to build tho Arnsas Pass through Fredericksburg to Llano. During the year 1888 fivo' persons died in Great Britian who left estates valued at more than $5000000. The largest was that of Baron do Stern of London who loft a fortuno of $17724- 890. An Iowa man saves his sheep from wolves by placing a collar filled with sharn nails about their necks. A wolf always tackcls the throat of a sheep and of cour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 29 January 1889

f tjH ?r vf t-. eVVS'J"rv v1- r v : v c ' f jV'v wtl 'T wjaeoStoeniwgfteKDS WACO.fiXAb. JAN. 20. 1880. i ' - ...tnuran viMUu ..ntn i?.biiM IJ';VX'ii.""IXAV Alia ITU UI11UU. I'lmiKIIII street between 4th and fith streets f.. .... Tnnna' hitllillncr. ilii ii"" """"" Local Time Card. MUannrl Pnclfle. northbound I-caycs 3:40b. m " '..'".'.".'. lilSB.m! Bonih bound &"::; m- Ticket Agent. Paelflo Hotel Block. Cotton Belt Boatc. OOINO WXST. Train No 1 arrives f.lOtS.'ta. m. in y juixeu lonvuB . MiDiwii in. nowo iat. Train o 2 loaves . BslOp.m. Itotwoen Waco and St Louis solid train via Pnragould to St. Loula o.i Iron Mountain track Into Union Depot. train 3 and 4 ran between loxarkana and natPBCiuo connecting ivlth fast train on Iron Mountain arriving at St. Louis following day all w P.m. tsnnday excepted. Ticket Agent Pacific Hotol Block. U.AT.O. Wetuound...(Arr.' 0:00 a. m; J Arr 4:90p.m. jL'v 0:40 b. m. kmi bound.. iAJ??:::::::::::':::::;9;SSP:m: Ii'v ...9:00 a.m. 11. It. HILL Ticke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 29 January 1889

"'?''$ ' x tei 'V ..- ." "r ? w'' " -' ' ... '!! --.. V.v"y.y.--r ifllllT II li y.l.'..'.."!! (! H'bK MiW SQLDSTEIN & MIGEL Starting the New Year SH0 ' ttGOTIieH .'. 407 AUSTIN ANHNUH 00O00000000000n0O000000Q0XMK)O0OO0)O00IMHXO(H)000O0O0UO0nK000000000' o o WIT H o u sMXJi . h:'-n - AFEW hi PORCIBlvB WB ABE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OUR REMAINING STOCK OP DRUMMERS' SAM- PLE SHOES REGARDLESS OF VALUE. SAMPLE SHOES. ARE THE BEST A MANUFACTURER MAKES K)UR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST EVER HEARD lOT 1. Ladies' Misses' Men's and Boys' Real Good Shoes worth $1.50 to $2X0 all at $1.00 a Pair. ivOT a Fine Kid Shoes some Values at JLOT 3 Elegant Hand-sewed and Hand-turned Shoes equal to any $5 and $6 goods at only $2.50 and $3 a Pair. Children's Shoes at 25 cents a uair. Good Solid School Shoes 50 cents a pair. Best Solar Tip Shoe made 75 cts and $1. Boots and Brogares at HALF VALUES. No Dealer Will or Can OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0030000 TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GOLDSTEIN Otit Pri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 30 January 1889

" V H WACO-EVENING NEWS. t : . . .ft nl OL. 1 WACO TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30 1889. NO. 174. SANGER BROTHERS. ooooooooooooooooouoooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBOOOOOOOQ ! CONTINUATION OF OUR GRAND. SALE OM MEN'S DEPARTMENTS OFFER ISM BARGAINS L i RETAIL DEPARTMENT In k Cor. Fillti aifl Atistin Streets. essiM Rnil Buyers of Clothing Gent's Furnishing Goods and Hats should visit our Largo and Exclusive Gent's Department before buying. New Line of Trunks Valis- es and Hand Bags in all quali- ties at Low Prices. j 't KN0X1 IOFI STIFF iMD SILK Hill. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SANGER BROS. T. F. JOISTBS. "W. HC. JCXNTBS. JONES ' BROTHERS We desire in our humble way to call the Public's attention to our varied and well selected Stock of BOOTS-and-SHOES. Our Lines are from the most Standard and Reliable Manufactors and each and every pair is sold with a Guaran- tee. Prices in tins Department rule the tsame as throughout our other d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 30 January 1889

IFwir at UYf W h M lllaGoSueai Rerfteros Entered at tho Waco Pottodlco as seeond'Clus Mall Hatter. HILL 6c -WHITE rnormxTOiis. CO CENTS FEB MONTH. WACO TEXAS JAN. 80 1880. A detachment of the Saltation Army is now holding lorth in Austin and aro drawing large audiences. 'Last Friday night a local socity presented at tho opera houso in Minc- ola "Is Marriage a Failuro ?" It is reported that tho play was well render- ed and would hayo dono credit to Kastcrn talent . J. Marshall formerly cashier of tho Western Paoifio Express Company at St. Paul Minn. has been arrested on a charge of embenlement. Ho confesscsto a shortage of $2500 which came from fahefvinc records. He is only 23 years of age. The richest child in America is lit- tle May Sharpless now but nine years of age. She is the daughter of a late member of the great dry goods house of Arnold Constable & Co. and she is worth $9000000 in her own name and right The speck of war in the Eastern hori zon frightens no one. Young hot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 30 January 1889

WJwpy' WI 7VH If h' & aGoSueninjfleajs inc( CO. TEXAB. JAN80 1886. -nztto..j.. -n utrrcx i ini adman ..iiue. .rrnumiii Itroot between 4th a&d 6th streets ""... iniu biilldlniA. I lion "- - rXjOcaJ Time Card. Miaannri PnrlBc. kortt. bound .Te.........(..a;405 a. 1:15a. ta. lonthbonnd J iVV.jom.: ' Ticket Agent PaeUo Hotel Mock. Cotton Belt Baste. OOIMO WX8T. li No 1 arrives. 20 Mixed leaves .... 10:S5a. in. .8:40 a.m. OOINQ KAWi Kraln No. 2 loavo BtiQp.m. .ntvpon Waco and 8t Iulaaolldtralh via 'nrsgonld to 8t. Louis oJ Iron Mountain track Trsln 3 andN( run between lexarkana and stesciiie connecting lth fast train on Iron (ountsln. arriving afst. JraM following day tit Mf.ra. Ticket Agent Pacific Hotel Block. H.stT.U. Westboand....Arr ....6:0011 m li'v.'.!.'.!.'.!. .'.'... !'."""': a. m. Mt bound.... I :;:::::::::-:::;:&2o S: L'r - fB:&o a.m. It. II. HILL Ticket Axent. Bun.ler Paclflo Hotel Block. Cor. 4th & Franklin : DR. R. Xi. MTJNROB : Dentist : No. 511 Austin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco Evening News — 30 January 1889

'7X'r'Kr $ rrr Wtj' if-WMt- -v ''WfWg&MW&SSBffl&i. wmwm w Wfr WJI t mtv a 14:"' fr ft I Pi It 41 s m GOLDSTEIN &MIGEL T-ioooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooootioooiioo AFBWi 4 IOROIBrB WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OUR REMAINING STOCK OF DRUMMERS' SAM- PLE SHOES REGARDLESS OF VALUE. SAMPLE SHOES. ARE THE BEST A MANUFACTURER MAKES. 101R PRICES ARE THE LOWEST EVER HEARD1 LOT 1. Ladies' Misses' Men's and Boys' Real Good Shoes worth $1.50 to $2X0 all at $1.00 a Pair. LOT 2 Fine Kid Shoes some Values at IOT 3 Elegant Hand-sewed and Hand-turned Shoes equal to any $5 and $6 goods at only $2.50 and $3 a Pair. Children's Shoes at 25 cents a xiair. Good Solid School Shoes 50 cents a pair. Best Solar Tip Shoe made 75 ots and $1. Boots and 1 DEALER WILL OR CAN oooooooooooooooooooooo ooaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo GOLDSTEIN Ouit Prices on. W. H. ROSS President J. W. P. BEAUMONT ROSS m BLAKE Nncceasora to Illncbmau Wholesale and Retail...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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