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WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 29, 1894.
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FOURTH WEEK OF OUR
jortant June Sale.
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Ti iiottiiB wo couunuo an opeciais aavouiBeu neiorp,
lof them all
I nijny tber
sights ovon more interesting.
So invito you to oorao and see.
Wo havo Hpace to
It will pay yon.
t Weight Materials
lively new material, in
Dceit figure?, regular
f quality, redn.ci for
8'c a yard
kriied Orcu i es
my eleg&nt designs
Wore, worth iro, tor
10c a yard
Vrtnch printed Mall
Imced cioth, and mus-
tkdia. Some of tho
k and irust popular '
IDS this teaton, our
Ear 25c lice, for tbia
19c a yard
IS THE STAFF OF LIFE.
Do you not want this one
necessary article of susten
ance to be of the very best?
Handle a Brand of Flour
which insures the most
Union Stock Yards and thoso of tlio
Transit company wero reported an
baving struck. Thin, if truo would
lead to serious complications in tho
genoral work of thoyar's.
Tho rumor that tho Milwaukee
and St. Paul had decided to aban
don sleepers is denied.
About a hiutlred mon havo been
engaged in Baltimore and Philadel
phia to take tho places of tho
strikers, aud aro expected to reauh
Chicago today. On arrival tho
men will bo takon caro of by tho as
Bociatiou imrfau anil assigned as
needed to such loads as may call for
TRY A SACK OF
A lame lino of assorted pat.
terns, stripes, pli els and
small check gingham, quali
ties that will astonish you at
tho price, for this sale
5c a yard
One of our best lines in domes
tic gingham?, many of tho
patterns equal in design to
.cphyrH, would be cheap
very cheap at 124c, only
9c a yard
Zephyr Ginghams in light and
medium colors, pretty com
binations of colors. Yoa
will have to see them to
appreciate their value.
lUc a yard
32-inch French Zephyr Ging.
hams, with rich silky finish, only
19c a yard
In the Leading Shades
Oreatand Small Feet
Try Us for Your Next.
And we guarantee a good-humored
cook and pleasant Sights and
Scenes around your table.
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I tain! the Cooatry Hunting-
mi Bill Stand Finn.
fWisco, June -29. r3uo.
Generl Manager Towne. of
Pttem PjClGe. hfln rnnrnvn,!
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Inroad WouUliinr- n. .nS
lncde the ueriMni ,.i.i: t
'thatthLydo not wish to
'iot the property of the
"n Pacific, as twini,i i.
-j nuuiu ui,
doing if we gave them what they
I wish yon would call the men to
gether as far as you can, and give
them our view?, and after discussing
the matter 3 sufficient time, if they
do not then accede to our request,
but leave their work, you will get
other men to take their places, if
possible, and if not, let tho trains
stand as they aro.
Thfl nnestion of hat cars tho
comnanv should run is one that rests
with tho owmro of tho proporty, for
ownerehip must carry control. You
know how much I dcsiro to
protect all wage- workers,
but this matter between
Pullman and his employes is some
thing I do not know anything about,
and it should not bo used by tho
men for tbo injury of oureelves
or patrons, and 1 will eay, as I did
yesterday, tuat it me men, inter um
discubsion, refuse to work, I wieh
you would discharge them and let
thorn understand tuat uiey win
never be employed again by tho
Southern Pacific company.
(Signed) (J. P. Hunihgton.
Upon tho reoe'pt of President
llimlirr.lnn't maualfrO VlCG PfCSl-
dent and General Manager Towne
issued a bulletin to all employes of
tho Southern Pacifio company,
oalling their attention to the fact
that they would be doing a great in
justice to the Southern Pacifio com
pany 3nd ita patrons by consontiug
to observe the instruction of the
American Railway union, seventy-
five per cent of tho sleeping cars
run over their road being operated
and owned by themselves, and not
by the Pullman oompany.fj
The bulletin appealed to tno men
to stand by the company and handle
their cars as boretoforo, aud if they
do not comply it iB thought Hun
tings n's instructions will be put
A Comploto Tlo-up,
St. Louis, Juno 20. Tho lcfiml
of tho Missouri Pacific boBi aw itch
man, John Lilly, to handle Pull
man cars will remit in a complete
tie-up of tho Missouri Pacific and
Iron Mountain roads indeed tho
entiro Gould Houthwos.ern Fystom,
unless Lally is reinstated. List night
tho night watching crew struck.
Immediately tho diy force struck
alto, and this morning but two
pwitch engines aro at work, and
these aro likely to bo stopped at any
moment. The facts wore wired to
Mr. Dobbi aud ho was officially re
quested to order tho entiro Gould
southwestern system tiod up, unless
Lally should bo reinstated.
Kern states that as a result of this
there is not tho slightest doubt but
all railroads controlled by tl.o
Goulds will bo dead go far as the
turning of whcoh is concerned here
by tomorrow morning.
A 1 ways Guarantee
Note Prices in Show
Durability One of Our
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me Lriaim to Keep
as Good Shoes, but
""an't touch the price.
Mow and Forever,
1 Read the
EVENING NEWS and
buy their Shoes from
Chicago, June i".t. Everything
was reported in its normil condition
today at the Union stock yards,
There was some friction with tho
switchmen, but nothing of a serious
Other Roada Running.
Denver, June 29. On all rail
roads entering this city except the
Santa Fe roeular trains were sent
out this morning without trouble.
Tne employes of the Denver and
Kio Grande and Union iJaomc nave
not yet refused to handle Pullman
cars. The matter will be considered
at the mooting tonight.
At St. Louis.
St. Louis, June 29. The Pull
min hnvo.ntt is htill in e-ffcct here,
The outgoing morning trains wore
made up aud allowed to leave as
usual. Tho next move of the boy
cotters will bo made under orders
of Strike Director Elliott, of the
American Railway Union. Ho Ins
been sont hero from Chicago with
inst uotions from tho general board
to involve all railway systems it St.
Louis in a tio up similar to ttiat
now prcvail'iDg in Chicago. As
0nnn sr hirrnior Elliott has set the
ball lollinc oithor President Dtbbs
or Vice President" Howard will take
personal charge, leaving Elliott free
for buflinrH8 elsewhere.
Enforce tho Law.
Sin Francisco, Juno 29. The
Southern Pacific company notified
United States District Attorney
Carter that owing to tho Pullman
boycott it was unablo to send out
the United States mail Carter tel
(graphed to Attorney General Olnoy
and the anstvor cauio:
' Enforce the laws prohibiting tho
obstruction and delay of the United
S'ate9 mails. CauBo arrests aud in
stitute proceedings wherever tho
laws aro viola' od."
Shortly aflorwardH Uirter sent a
6ceon ) dispatch to Washington afk-
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ing wliotnor tno attorney genu, am
instructions applied to mail cirs only
or to mail cars as regularly made
up. The answer to this dispatch
"Tho instructions cover mini
trains as regularly made up, and of
all descriptions. "
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CALL AND SKK SAMPLES OF
Teeth Without a "late!
The Best is the Cheapest.
5th Floor Provident Buildirg.
lackson, Tonn., June J9. Bn-i-ntjH'J
on tho Illinois Central .uid
Mobile aud Ohio railroads h prnuli
cally m?pended hero on account of
tho strike at Cairo and otlior points
noi lb. L cal freight and pansemtcr
traim wi re inn north today as far
-jr Cairo. Tho ciowh from Water
Valley, MisB., rtore sent homo to
ra to T 3
w CD ST
Situation at Chicago
Chicago, June -20. All suburban
traiDB. over lines ent'ring the union
depot camo in this morning sub
stantially e-n time. Thoso included
tho Burlington, Alton and Pennsyl
It is reported tnat v ice-rrubiaeui.
Howard, of the Amcricin Railway
Union has gone to St. Louis to ake
charge of the s'nko there. It is
also stated at tho headquarters of
tho Amer'can Railway Union that
a fenrral strike has been orderod on
tho Milwaukee) and bt. Paul.
Ti,.. oituilntcs of naokina nouso
A Sensational Aspoct
Los Augoles, (Jal., June 29
Santa Fo employes refuse to handle
Pullmans, and the road refuses to
move a wheel without them. The
attitude of tho fedoral govornmout,
as understood here, puts a Bonsa
tional aspect upon tho ciec, as,
according to United StatcH District
Attorney Dennis' instructions,
strikers will bo arrested and prone
...iin.l as consnirators under the
directions from Attorney General
Olnoy, unlefs they go to work at
once. It is thought the mon will
resist arrest if it is attempted. Be
caiiho of thiH tho union had decided
to change itJ position.
At a meeting or railroad men last
night a general ttrike on tho South
cm Pacific pystem waa oiderod by
the union. All operatives of the
great corporation will go out, so
thit not even coal trains will be
moved. It is learned that all the
Five Thousand Out.
Cincinnati, June 29. Fully five
thoubaud mon wont out here today
Tho switchmen and other yard em
ployes s' ruck this morning. At 10
o'clock they were joined by the men
in tho yards at Ludlov, Covington
and Noyport, across the river No
attempt wis made to rnovo freights.
The nipoiintondenta and ofli -e men
aro making up tho passongor trains
that go out. Notice has hem given
by the Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Diton. Q icon and Croscont and
lialtimoro and Ohij that thoy will
put in new men this afternoon n tne
old onoH continue out. The Kt n
tucky Central and Big Four rm-n
wero reluctant to quit, an thoy have
no griovance, but tho ordera today
cov afS Fo telegraph operators and
Sy but the switchmen at the Nation agents will quit.
Not Af footed.
New Vork, June 29. Dispatcher
to the AsBoohtd PresB up to noon
from New England, Pennsylvania,
Eastern Now Vork aud Now Ju.hcy
show that as yet the railroads in
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