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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 9 August 1888

Waco evening news. yol. 1 WACO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1888." NO. 23. MID XJ M T E r CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. Wo havo a largo lot of thoso goods in broken sizes and nico styles which wo will close out at a sacrifice. TAKE IVO0TE, TAKEJ :XXOM ! A Lnrjre Assortment of Gent Strap Ties, lriucc Alberts, Oxford nnd Low Button Shoes will be Closed out at $1.50 A PAIR A lino of tho b:nio style reduced from $3 to $2 a pair, and n lot of the saino stylo In still bettor grado reduced from $4 to S3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced from $4.50 to $3.50. Gouts' Hand 'Sowed French Calf, plain loe, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair. Gents' fine French calf, opera and plain toe, button and oxfords reduced from $0to$4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alberts, and strap ties, in the latest styles and lightest lea...

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. — 9 August 1888

Waco Evening News. THE NEWS COISI'VIT'Y. 1. II. IliniVVilOI). limine" Vlming". StimCKIl'TlON Htn CrT3 A MONTH Waco, Tiam, - - Auousr n, 1S88, 'lhc Prince of Wales gae a dinner recently at which the question came up for discussion as to how much a man could make with his brains in the course of a vear. It was decided that $100,000 was the niaumum amount. Thtrtj years ago ltisanit) was al most, unknown among the Southern negroes, but now the number thus af fected in North Carolina, alone, is es timated at icoo, and the asylum for their treatment at Goldsboro has just been enlarged. '1 he ages of nineteen married cou ples who -mended the old settlers' picnic of Polk count), Iowa, averaged 3025 years. '1 he average age of the thirty-eight old folk is over seventy nine years, and the average married companionship about fift -seven years "'Ihe Mrs Cleveland hat" has come into fashion in Washington. Just be fore leaving for Marion the president's wife purchased a soft felt hat, drab in rol...

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. — 9 August 1888

PRELIMINARY HEARING BEFORE JUSTICE P. M. MAKEIG THIS MORNING- CHEAP COLUMN. Examining Trial of Fank Henry And Geo. Oglosby on a Charge of Robbery. W ANTED To buy a cood saddle Waco Curioslt3 Shop. I "g Local Time Card. MlNROiirl I'nrMr. North hiYi $ Imcb 2:4()n. m. j I " Wiji. m. r 5 " ItlSa m. Southbound..'. " l:r,u in. TllAMR JoNfS, Ticket Agent, I'acMo Hotel Itlock. Cotton licit Itoulo. (ioliiK east, Momphla A Bt. Trills, lva 1 '..Vi p, m. lining east, Aecom'u. (Corslcftnn) i! :t0 ji. in. Uolnit vent, Vxiircm,... ...... ...lU:3iii. in. liolntc scst, Accommodntlon ....7:15 p.m. f). K. HinsiirirM), llrkct ARcnt, l'aclllc Hotel Illock. II. T. !. West bound ... 5 Arr (Won. m, ) Arr. 4::!ip.in. c I.'v tli.'o a. in. Vn.l 1innnl...r J Arr t .00 Ji. m. hnsl iionnu...r(IjIy ( n:T0 p. m. J.'v U:J0 a. m. V. TliLtivniiAM, Ticket Aeent, l'ncldc Hotel llloclc. Street Car Schedule. Klrth Street ('earn) Trl'iso'eryinmln. Unlveralty Holt 13 cars)... . ' " 10 " Washington Kr'lln (Icara) ' " 10 " r...

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. — 9 August 1888

Winter Fuel. I v 111 sell, until August 120th, Mc Allstor coil, ilnllveicil tinvwhero in tliocit nt$7. Lay in Miur winter's supply mid holp to uvold u coal fnni Ino noxt w inter. Terms ensh tf "VV. 1). Lacy. PERSONALS. Mr. J. D. Shaw has gone to Eastern Tcms on a lecturing tour. Mr. J no l.unsford is at home ngun from Helton Mrs. C. L Yarborough is'quite ill with nialanil fevtr. Mr. W. II 'I urner and family hive left for a short sta) .it Glen Hose Mr and Mis J. C Uolton are the happy parents of a new born boy baby A little girl Ins come to bless the household of Mr jnd Mrs. James H Sturgis. Mr and Mrs Jno Hardwick are happy in the advent of a bah) daugh ter Mr and Mrs W 11 Morrison and Miss Mattie Jeffrees have gone to Corpus Christ! for recreation Georgie Plunkett. daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Plunkett, is., the Ntvvs regrets to hear, verv severely ill Mr CI as Beall of the Da force, returned to-day Irom Lampasas, where he has been for beveral w eeks in search of health. Mrs Cora...

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. — 10 August 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL.1 vfljsgBft beeovjiekQ' MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. Wo have a large lot of those goods In broken sizes and nice styles which we will close out nt a sacrifice. TAJKE IVOTJ, TJK:e OTM! A Large Assortment of Gents Strap Ties, Prince Alberts, Oxford nnd Low Mutton Shoes will no Closed out nt $1.50 A PAIR A lino of the samo stylo reduced from 3 to 52 a pair, and a lot of the salno stylo In still botter grade reduced from S4 to $3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced from $4.50 to $3.50. Gents' Hand Sewed French Calf, plain toe, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair.! Gents' fine French calf, opera and plain toe, button and oxfoids reduced from $0 to $4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alberts, and strap ties, In the latest styles and lightest leather, will bo closed out regardless...

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. — 10 August 1888

Waco Evening News. THE NEWS COMPJi JSJ"5r. J. II. HUltVVOlin, l!iilnr Manager SUHSCKU'TION Htl' CENTS A MOM II Waco, Ti-wh, - Auousr 10, 1S88. Paper money is it a considerable discount in Chili It is so depreciated in value tint it costs $600 a dai to live at a hotel, and t bootblack will not give you a shine for less than $10. It used to be that nearl) ill pitcnts -were of Northern parentage, now the South, and espeaall) 'J exas, is com ing to the front in the inention line. Mr. Ed Stephenson, assisted by Mr. O C. Buret, lnvt. nndeacry suc cessful trip through the North lately selling Stevenson's patent 'mattress They surprised tht Yankees w ith it 'lhe Republican rnrtv outside of New Orleans is bad!) demoralized In many pinshes it has no organization whattver A very larc percentage of the negroes pa no attention to politics whatever, and of those who do a fair, proportion vote the Demo cratic ticket Senator Chandler will have an interesting time inciting cam paign material out of ...

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. — 10 August 1888

Local Time Card. my fci incinc. .vojth ,,oun,,u,"yoi,'v:;:.::.:.i!nSp: S: i " ',',".. 1:1.1 a. in, "-" ! " vi"-m- Ticket Agent, l'sclflo Hotel Illock. Cotton Rett Route. linlntf enst, McmphlR A St. Ixinln, lva I :r p. r. i nlntfi'iiat. Accom'n. (Coralcuna) 2:.1op. m. ilnlnS west, Wxpreis, l'i:.1()p. m. OolnJJwest, Accommodation 7:15 p.m. I). E. IIiiisimhM), llckct Aont, Pacific Hotel Block. II. AT. C. Wcitlionnd ...$Arr ?!'2"'ni " Arr 4:."top.m. th'v 0:r.O a. in. , i.n.,,,,1 jArr noop.m. K,Bt bound. .(1v Oi.-iop. m. 1,'v 0:60 a. in. K. DlLLtNntlAM, Tlckot ArciU, Pacific Hotel Illock. Street Cnr Schedule. Fifth Street (Jeers) Trips overy in mln. llnHcrslty Holt (.1 cars)... . 10 ' Washington Fr'lln (3 cars) ' " 10 " n..t..itia Pnrlc f'icsra) " " 1.1 " Ten curs nro now running. It requires thirty minutes to mnko tlio round trip on each .line Capacity tlilrtv cars In stable. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 10. 1888, CITY ITEMS. Buy food at Duvnll's 309, Franklin. Go to tho Sllvor Moon und call for...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 10 August 1888

PRELIMINARY HEARING CONTINUED BEFORE JUSTICE F. M. MAKEIQ TO-DAY. Examining Trial of Fank Henry And Oeo. OgloBby on a Charge of Robbery. Yesterday afternoon, after the tes tliuonyof W. C. Grimes was com pleted; Marcus Klournoy, sheriff Har ris, Charles Hnlrston, M. J. Eyorly, Van Hall, A. Strasburg and Will Talloy wero called to tho witness stand in order named. Tho first tes tified as to tho timo when ho saw Oglesby and Honry on tho night or tho robbery and that Oglesby wished to borrow a gun saying he was on a llttlo lark and might need ono beforo morning, Hnlrston testitled to seeing a stran ger whom he doscrlbed come In and get cigars and soon after to Oglosby's coming in. ShorlirHarris testified as follows: "I know tho defendants; I met Henry the day after the robbory on Fourth streot and wo had a conversa tion about tho robbery; ho bald con stablo Loo .Tonkins know; I told him that Loo had not told mo; then ho said George Oglesby was tho man who did It; I was surprised and sai...

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. — 11 August 1888

WACO EVENING NEWS. VOL. 1 Qjtoh - brqiberQ' CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. V e have a large lot of those goods in broken sizes and nice styles which wo will close out at a sacrifice. "aKE) IVOOM, TAKE IVOOE ! A Large Assortment of Gents Strap Ties, Prince Alberts, Oxford and Low Button Shoes will be Closed out at 81 - A PAIR A lino of the sumo style reduced from $3 to $2 a pair, and a lot of the sauio stylo in still better grade reduced from SI to $3. Men's Dongola redestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced from $4.50 to $3.50. Gents' Hand Sewed French Calf, plain too, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 Gouts' fine French calf, opera and filaln toe, button and oxfords reduced from $6to$-l. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alborts, and strap ties, In the latest styles and lightest leather, will bo closed out regardless of value. Sanger Brothers. ...

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. — 11 August 1888

fr Waco Evening News. II Y NEWS COMPANY. J, II. HUllWnitll, Iliiilnoi Manager. BUllSUKtPTlON K1KTY CKNTS A MOXTU. Waco, Texas, - Auhust 11, 1S38. The funeral of Gen. Sheridan takes place to-day. The remains will be buried at Arlington. Blaine arrived in New York from Europe yesterday, and the occafion was made a general ovation by his worshippers. Tin proposed Pacific cable betwen Vancouver, Hawaii, the Fanning and Vija Islands, New Zealand and Aus tralia, will have a length of 6800 miles. Its longest single reach will be about 2000 miles. A vouncster at Aucusta. Me., went to a circus armed with the family Bible, and showed the man in the ticket office the record of his birth to prove that he was young enough to go in at half price. The general managers of railroads centering in Chicago have agreed to adopt the system of weighing live stock shipments and charging by the hundred pounds instead of by the car load. The agreement becomes effec tive Sept. 1. A new kind of toboggan slide ...

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. — 11 August 1888

j Tional Timfi fln.iv1 " Missouri Fnclllft. I Sorth bound J Loavos 2:4lta. m. " n:0fli,m. j "" ..S.7T. . Wli m. Southbound ' l-m. TuAwn Jovkh. Ticket AgoM, Pftcino Hotel ItlocV. Cotton Belt Route. Colng cast, Memphis A St.-LouU, lvl l:.v p. n. OoliiK east. Accom'n. (Coralcann) a: "to p. m. dolus w est, wxjiross l'iimni, mi (loins west, Accommodation ,...7iirp,m. T. K. Hinsiinr.Li), Ticket Agent, Pacific Hotel Block. 11. AT. C. Westbound.... j Arr (1:10 s. tn, 1 Art 4:30p. m. ib'v Gi'iO a.m. K,t bound.... jAn;:.;:::;:;:...::;:fi:0O p.m. Ij'v nsM n. m. F. DlLMNQIIAM, Ticket Agent. Pacific Hotel Block. Street Car Schedule. Hfth Street (2cars) Trips ovory in mln. Unlvorslty Hclt (3 cars)... . ". " lo ' Washington Fr'lln (1 care) ' " 10 " Pnilultt'a Park (2 cara) " " 1 " Ten cars nro now running. It requires thirty mlnutea to makn tho round trip ou each .line Cnimclty, thirty cara tn stablo. KKSi9S!!HnSSflS!SSBHaSSBSSBSISlBBB- WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 11. 1888. CITY ITEMS- Buy food ntDu villi...

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. — 11 August 1888

i PRELIMINARY HEARING CONTINUED BEFORE JUSTICE F. M. MAKEIO TO-DAY. Examining Trial of Fank Henry And Oeo. OgleBby on a Charge of Robbery. Ilufe White, was called and testi fied to action of Henry and Grimes Just after the robbery. E. D. Rnssol testified to seeing Oglesby the day of tho robbery, place and time. Llv Briniinghnm, testified to actions of Henry and Oglesby when together the day after tho robbery. N. 1$. Itluker, testified: "I know Frank Henry; I saw him Wednesday night in front of Mr. Campbell's sa loon; another person was with him; they wore talking loudly; Grimes came to mo and asked protection; he was a boarder of ml no; I promised to protect him if I could; I went to the front door and saw that Frank Henry and tho person with him wero drunk; I told Grlmos to go up tho back stair way to bed; I heard Henry say, "it would only take two bits to kill the d d s n of a b hand I will get rid of him; I do not know who tho man was that win with Henry; I have seen him since an...

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. — 13 August 1888

? WM?Q EVEKING" NEWS. VOL. 1 raggM BM1PBEV7 MID S XJM M E R CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. r p Wo have a largo lot of thcso goods In brokon sizes and .nice styles which wo will close out at a sacrifice. 1A.ICE IVOTiE TAKE OTE ! A Large Assortment of Gents Strap Ties, Prince Alberts, Oxford and Low Button Shoes will be Closed out at $1.50 xx Jr J. x Jiv A lino of tho siyno stylo reduced from' $3 to 2 a pair, and a ' lot of tho sanio stylo in still better grado reduced from $4 to $3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain too, reduced from $-1.50 to $3.50. Gouts' Hand Sowed Frouch Calf, plain too, Oxfofds, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair. Gents' flno Fronch calf, opera and plain too, button and oxfords reduced from $0 to $4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Priuco Alberts, and strap ties, in tho latesljtylesand lightest leathor, will bo ol...

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. — 13 August 1888

Waco Evening News. TUB NEWS COXJLT?A.NiT. S. II. HUIIWOOII. lluliir Mnnajrr. suiisukiptiok kifty cknts a montu. Waco, Texas, - Auousr 13, 1888. It goes without saying that Gov. L. S. Ross, of Waco, will be re-nominated for Governor. Victor Brocca, an Italian engineer, has completed the survey of a propo sed canal across Italy, from near Cas tro, on the Tyrrhenian Sea, to Fano, on the Adriatic. It will be 180 miles long if it is ever built, and will cost $100,000,000. It is noted that while Gen. Hari son has made eighty short speeches since his nomination he has not said a remarkable thing. The party has not had one single rallying sentence from him. He has not even uttered a solemn truism in a mighty way. J. B. Whherow, a Pittsburg contrac tor and engineer, has closed a con tract for the erection of an immense steel and iron plant at Sabinos, Mex ico. The plant is to cost $3,000,000, and will consist of two blast furnaces, a Bessemer rail and nail-plate mill and structural iron work...

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. — 13 August 1888

'f 'Wy LocaTTime Card. MlNHOHrl Pacific North bound...... Leaves 2:lfl, m. I " S.oop, m ' l:irn m. Southbound ( ' l:!i. m. TllAVIS JOMM, Ticket Agent, l'acino Hotel Illock. Cotton Holt Route. Going cast, Memphis ft St. Louis, lva liWp.n, Going cast, Accom'n (Corslcann) . 2'IOp. m. Going Host, Wxfiross 12:3(ip. m. Uolngwest, Accommodation 7:irp.m. I). K. Hinsnrirr.n, Ticket Agent, Pacinc Hotel Block. II. AT. C. West bound.... JArr . Oiioa, m, (Arr 4:T0p,m. (l.'v Oii'Oa. in. Kast bound.... A" J.:29''m' i' v n:S0 p. m. Iv !): a.m. F. Dillingham, Ticket Agent . Pacinc Hotel Illock. Street Cnr Schedule. Fifth Street (2cars) Trips ovary IS mln. Unlvorslty Holt (3 cars) .. . " " 10 ' Washington Fr'lln (Tears) ' " lo " Fmlgltt's Park (2 cars) " " in " Ten cars aro now running. It requires thirty minutes to make tho round trip ou each .line Capacity, thirty cars In stable. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 13. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Buy feed at Duvall's 309, Franklin. Al ivoly camp-mo otlng Is going on at Bosq...

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. — 13 August 1888

m i PERSONALS. Llttlo WlUlo, daughter of Mr. J. 11. Bilker, Is wo nro pnlucd to lenrn very III. Her condition Is a matter of much nnxlcty. Mr. E. Diekoy and Mr. Bon Duval, lmvo rolurncd from Galveston. . Mr. Titos. Leggot, was in the city to day. Mr. Lejrgot is tho uowly elected county commissioner. Mr. D. S. Durio Is ablo to bo out again after a two weeks tusslo with the prevailing fever and his pleasant faco smiles again over tho old counter. Ills two children which have also been sick aro also happily convales cent. Capt. M. M. Bogges has loft Matil ' tou Springs, on his routo homewards. Ho stopping now at Colorado Springs and will spend somo timo In North Texas, so as to reach homo aftor the heated season Is over. Tho News is pleased to learn that his health is improving. Walter, tho littlo child of Mr. W. D. Lacy, is ill. Judgo Geo. Clark returned this morning, from a trip among tho BocklcH. Mrs. II. Kastner, is recovering from a severe lllnesi. MissMollieTobln, is convalescent...

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. — 14 August 1888

Waco evening news. VOL.1 WACO, TEXAS, TUESDAY. AUGUST 14, 1888. QmM&M BJiJHBBQ NO. 27. MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ! WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR GENTLEMEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT And . the . Extraordinary . Inducements . Therein. GENTS LOW SHOES AT A VERY LOW PRICE. Wo have a largo lot of these goods in broken sizes and nice styles which we- will close out at a sacrifice, OP AIOB IVOE, TAKE rOTE ! A Large Assortment of Geats Strap Ties, Prince Alberts, Oxford and Low Button Shoes will be Gloscdout at A PAIR 81-SO APAIR A lino of tho same style reduced from $3 to $2 a .pair, and a lot of tho same stylo In still hotter grade reduced from $4 10 ?3. Men's Dongola Pedestrian Oxfords, plain toe, reduced from $4.50 to $3.50. Gents' Hand Sewed French Calf, plain too, Oxfords, Reduced From $6.00 To $4.00 a Pair.K Goats'-lino French calf, opera and plain toe, button and oxfords reduced from $0 to $4. Also a nice assortment of Southern ties, Oxfords, Prince Alberts, and strap ties, in the latest style...

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. — 14 August 1888

-: I Waco Evening News. 'THE 3NTE"WS COXZFA.NY. J. II. HUIIWOUD, Umtiim Manasrr. .tfUBSOIUPTION FIFTY CENTS A MONTH, Waco, Texas, - August 14, 1883. Tlio tnwne anrl f-itipe havini con- tnotimi tsritK T4lf cnftvillf Tlnnnfl V4IVIIUI1 Till. I IWMVIHIIH.) - .w-. , in a state of great alarm and quaran tinne nm )ttryrr nrnrlslmpn ntl HI are -hands. The slugger has honor in England, rjs was instanced last Friday at a slug gins; match which took place at the 'Goodwood race course. Alter two rounds the police broke into the ring, and thirgs began to look blue. But .Lord Marcus Beresford and Lord JJudlcy, who were among the specta tors, each took one ot the pugilists up behind his saddle, and galloped off, like a couple of Lochinvars, to anoth er part of the downs, where the fight was completed. The police had to content themselves with the arrest of the seconds. A dam which will be the largest in 'the world, is to be built across the San -Mateo canon, four miles from the vil lage of San Mat...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 14 August 1888

- o flat Local Time Card! Mlaionrl Pacific. Northbound,.,... Leaves 3:4a. ra. ( " ....S.Mpim, c " 1:15a, m, Southbound " l:2Jp. m, TttAVIS JOKEi, Ticket Agent, Paelflo Ilotol Block. Cottsa Belt Route. Going east, Memphis ft St. Lonla, Its 1 :te p. ra. Going east. Accom'n . (Cowlcann) . . 2 .10 p. m. doing west, Vxpress 12.S3p. in. Uolntf west, Accommodation 7:15 p.m. D, E. HiRsiiniXD, Ticket Agent, Paelflo Hotel Block. ir. AT. c. Wtat bound.... Ait 0:10a. m, JArr , 4:30p.m. L'r oino a.m. KMtbonnd.(..iATT::::::.:.::...;:.:ji:oop.m: L'v ,9:D0 a.m. F. Dilmnmum, Ticket Agent, Paelflo Hotel Block. Street Car Schedule, rifth Street (2 cars) Trips every IS mln. UnlvorsltyBolt (Scars)'... . " " 10 " Washington rr'lln (3 cars) " 10 raJgltt'a Park (2 cats) " "15 " Ten cars aro now running. It requires thirty tnlnntcs to make the ronnd trip on each .line Capacity, thirty cars In stable. WACO. TEXAS. AUGUST 14. 1888. CITY ITEMS. Buy feed at Duvall's 300, Franklin. The square Is getting more liv...

Publication Title: Waco Evening News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Waco evening news. — 14 August 1888

PERSONALS. Mrs. John H. Finks ami family havo returned from Gleurose. Mr. ,W. C. Cooper and daughter have jrono on a visit to friends In Ken tuoky. Mr. and Mrs. O. B.Caldwell leavo to-day for Homo, Ga. Mr. Joo Thomson took a run up to Fort Worth yesterday and returns this evening. Mr. A. Haydon and Mr. W. Walker Mrs. C. H. Hlgglnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Colgin and family have returned from Wootan Wells. They left only two Waco people thero. J. M. Means traveling agont for the Piedmont Air Line, is registered at the McLclland. . Capt. M. E. MoLaren, has gono to Wootan Wells, to recuperate. Messrs W. T. Harris, S. Marx, J. B. Scarborough, Geo. Griffith, W. H. Leasing and M. D. Herring left last night to attend the Democratic con vention at Dallas. Deputy Constable Lockwood is down with fever, and during the ab seuoe of Lee Jenkins Mr. Robert Mobberly isaotlng Constable. Nhot la tala Win. Brady, Aug, 13. The Brpwnwood mail carrier brought news here this evening that Thursday the...

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