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WACO, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 30, 1894.
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JULY CLEARING SALE!
Now's the Time for You to Visit Our
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at Reductions to Close Out Summer Stock.
lee Great Specials for lis Week:
Oar stock of Kaoe Paits, well made
and splendid wearing qualities, all
of tbtin goods that sold for 75 and
M cents Casing sale prioo,
50 cents a pair.
IS THE STAFF OF LIFE.
Do you not want this one
necessary article of susten
ance to be of the veiy best?
Handle a Brand of Flour
which insures the most
rapidly oominc to a standstill Thn
switchmen on both Hides of the river
refused Una morning to handle any
cars ffhatsoevor, and freight move
ment immediately stopped. Pas.
songcr tr?llio, however, "moved as
ueual, all trains leaving on time.
These trains were mado up by yard
masters and their assistants, who
hive not boon allowed to join tho
TRY A SACK OF
Troublo Narrowly Avortod.
Chicago, Juno 30 The tie up of
tho Kock Inland road was almost
complete at tho Chicago end to-day
Switchmen, switch tenders and lower
men went out almost to a man. In
tho southwestern suburbs several
trams woro stopped and sorious
troublo was narrowly averted
Crowds of strikers swarmed through
tho yards, uncoupling cars as fast as
they were attached to ongineB.
50c. Per Month,
In the Leading Shades
Great and Small Feet
Try Us for Your Next
ote Prices in Show
urability One of Our
All of our Boys' Kneo Pants that
sold regular for &1.25, $1 Q and
H 75. A splendid line of garments,
I light and dark colors. Your ohoice
' for this sale
! $1.00 a pair.
Oar entire stock of Jacket and Punts Suits
h-lhat sold for $6.50, 7.50 and $8 50, atone
I price for his sale, $5.50 a SUlt.
lys' Straw Hats at 25c and 50c Each
to! them ay below cost, but they must go whila the season is here.
And we guarantee a rood-humor-ed
cook and pleasant Sights and
Scenes around your table.
Paying off tho Strikers.
Cincinnati, June 30. Tho mil
roads are paying off tho strike) s
hore today and employing now men.
But only passenger trains aro mov
ing. At tho stock yards tho yard
master is running ono switch engine,
and with tho now switchmen iB
unable 10 relievo tho huiTering of
live stock. No freight of any kind
is received. Ono man who at
tempted to uncouple a train was
fired on by a United States marshal,
but was not Int.
and Nashville refuses to bill
stock through to Cincinnati.
.A. 3XT C3r :es
J Tied up in Many
Trouble Feared in fMunTn-
hirroH The Situation in Mauy
ticago, Juno 30 Advices to
taooated Press from various
indicate that tho railway
"'spreading. President Dabs,
"American Railway Union, is
eiders to strike in almost
J direction, and they seem to be
'Claimed on behalf of the rail-
'paniea, that the movement
""ninate today, and tW. ,
pB8twffloonSmulay will enable
them to organize their foroes more
On tho other hand the Sunday
rest will turn loose thousands of
workmen in other lines and there are
fears that the aolion of a few hot
headed men may result in great disorder.
One Switch Engine.
Union Stock Yards, 111., June 30.
One switch engiue is running today,
and is attempting to handle freight
for the Michigan Central and tho
Lake Shore, the only roads not
At Memphis. ,
Memphis, June 30. The St.
Louis train on the Chesapeake and
Ohio arrived this morning without
Pullman eyus. The Illinois Cen
tral is running Pullmans only from
Cairo southward. The C. & 0.
carried Pullmans as U6ual to Louis
ville. The Iron Mountain train,
with Pullman attached, arrived on
time this morning from St. Louis
All ihe roads are receiving freight,
Rubjeot to delay, and tho Louisville
Hammond, Ind. , June 30. A
Monon passenger train, ooiiBisting
of four sleepers, two mail, two bag
gage oars and four day coaches,
which left Chicago at 8:30 p. m.,
was captured at the state line by
strikers last night and run by them
on tho Biding here, where it will bo
left till the strike is ended. The
Bheriff has called on the governor
for militia. Five trains are blocked
on tho Western Indiana tracks rt
the state line, some of them since
Friday aftenoon. Four belong to
to the Erie and one to tho Monon.
The passengers are tired and hungry.
The mob which stopped the trains
decided last night to hoid the trains
till the strike was settled.
The Z. and C. W. Tled-up.
Dubuque, la., June 30. The
Chicago and Great Western is tied
up at this point and no trains have
passed since 3 a. in. Tho men are
quiet and orderly.
Non-Union Men Attacked.
Cincinnatti, June 30. -Strikers
attacked the now switchmen in the
Big Four yards. Two non union
men were badly beaten up. Tho en
gineers took their locomotives to tho
round house, stopping everything.
Tho ongincs of tho freights along
tno IjOuisvhio ana Nasnvme are
coming in to-day with crows. Tains
were .eft on sidings all along the
road. There are a numbor of trains
without engines or crews at Cyn
Some Claim to Keep
as Good Shoes, but.
Can't touch the priceD
Now and Forever, to
EVENING NEWS and
buy their Shoes from
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The M. and O. Yields.
St. Loui, June 30- The Pullman
striko is more effective here today.
The Terminal association employes,
who do all the switching, refuse to
handle Pullman cars. The Mobile
and Ohio has, it iB understood,
yielded to tho strikers and will be
allowed to reeurne
the Pullman cars.
At Kansas City
Kansas City, Juno 30. All roads
aro running all right excopt the
trains on the Santa Fo from the
west, which aro tied up en route.
Tho Santa Fe passonger trains from
tho oast are all right. Tho com
pany's freight traffic is suspended.
Cairo, 111., June 30. No trains
are moving on tho Illinois Central
binco tho ono left yesterday after
noon. Tho differences with the
Big Four and Mobile and Ohio have
been adjusted. The trains on those
roads will not bo interfered with
Claim First Blood.
Chioago, Juno 30. Tho officials
of the Illinois Central telegraphed
to Cairo at a late hour last night to
start one of its trainB held there by
the Etr kers without tho Pullmans.
The cllicials say this aotion was tak
en to roliovo the dii-trpss of many
women and children who require im
mediate transportation. Tho sink
ers, however, insist that it is tho
first sign of the weakening predicted
by them. Thoy say so many trains
are tied up in Cairo that tno com
nanv will soon have to btop passen
ger traffic out of Chicago for lauk of
Washington, June 30. The Pan
handle train, which was stalled at
Itiverdalo last night, arrived here
this morning. Tho mob suddenly
left tho littlo town about daylight.
The Dlroctor Arrested.
St. Louis, June HO. American
Railway Union Director Korn ha
boon arrested on complaint of
General Manager Ramsey, of the
Terminal association, upon the
charge of disturbing tho peace
This is thought to precede a graver
CALL AND SKESAMPT.ES OF
Teeth Without a Plato I
The Best is the Cheapest,
5th Floor Provident Buildirg.
Freight Crews Struck.
Pomeroy, Juno 30. Tho freight
crows struck this morning and nc
freights are moving. The mails aro
Milk Famine Threatened
Chicago, Juno 30 A milk fam
ine is threatened hero as ono of tho
results of the strike.
Complete Frolght Tie-Up.
St. Louis, June 30 Tho strike
of the American Railway union is
on hero in all its foroe, and traffic is
Business at a Standstill.
San Francisco, Juno 30. The
blockade established hero is main.
tained and business is almost at a
hfindstill. In Oakland tho railroad
rllioials havo succeeded in establish
ing a very ' irregular suburban ter
vice. A Complete Tie-up.
Chicago, Juno 30 Tho Illinois
Central suburban servico is com
pletely tied up. The engiueers and
firemen today refuse to take out
Tie Ups Ordered.
Chicago, Juno 30. Vii'o Presi
dint Howard, of tho American
Railway Union, today iBuod one
order lying up tho Milwaukee and
St Paul road in all branches of its
service at 0 o'clock this evening.
The order was .iIbo isiued to tin up
tho Big Four at Cairo this aft-r
Situation Growing Worse.
Kantas City, Juno 30 - The
str kn situation hero is growing
worse for tho railroads. SaucI
men aro deserting their own oig-wu
zition in largo numbers and job inc.
tno American ltallay union. A -the
switchmen m Argenlino an djiv
Baid to bo Amerieau Railway union
men, and tho organization is en
sidered strong enough lro on all
roads to effect a tie-up. Tl o twitch
men received orders from the Ameri
can Railway union to striko tf mor
row on all the roads in this city. It
is believed they ull do ho gener
ally. - Bco Stark Woat for fire insurance.
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