The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 109, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 22, 1893 Page: 1 of 8
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6 No. 109.
WACoXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 22 1893.
50c. Per Month.
in the better
Our clonic vaiucs
keen decidedly better than
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ever DCH-iru 11 la ut iiiv-uium
That our bargains are mu
Ladi"' double breasted reef-
Butterfly Cape Fur Trim-
Kirsev Reefers Fur Trim
Fancy Cheviot Reefers Vel-
Ill worth from $1.50 to $2.00
more than our price.
DOTS BY LIGHTNING
cial sale of
our great spe-
The Railroad Men are
on a Big Strike
ON EASTERN RAILWAYS
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
at $2.50 each
at $4.00 each
at $6.00 each.
It took all the working force
of our large Work Rooms to
keep our cases filled with
Hats during the end of 'this
week. This sale has been
so very satisfactory to our
customers that we have de-
cided to continue it another
week with new styles and
Satin Crown Sailors flat and
medium pointed only
75 cent's each.
Freight Traffic is Com-
IRON MILLS RESUME WORK
Other Interesting Items From
pClAL SALE Ladies Skirts SPECIAL SALE Fancy Wings
now coiner on also Ladies' Feathers and Birds now eo-
lly Associated Presto The Nowi.
New York Nov. 22. The Hor-
ald'B Nicaragua dispatch says:
Guzman she Nioaraguan minister
at Washington has been instructed
by the government of Nicaragua to
immediately enter suit against the
Nicaragua Canal company. The
basis for the puit is the failure to
complete the canal between tho two
lakes within tho time specified in
the international agreement. In
accordance with article fourteen of
this agreement tho canal company
guaranteed to complete this canal
within three years from thu date
the concession was granted. In
case the canal was not comploted
within this time tho company
agreed to pay to the government of
Nicaragua tho sum of threo hundred
thousand dollars. This is the
amount involved in tho emit which
panta Claus' Headquarters on 2nd floor now open.
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K Hoei Coih or
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
CAPITAL f 000 OOO. SCEPLDS AND PROFITS (J86.000
lUXCroKa-K. Botan. W.-u. Cameron. Tom l'adgltt J. K. Hoe. Vt . . yoi W. M.
ptD. K. Wallace W. B. Dnnalos Wm. Uronstedt M. A. Cooper.
rAoconotBof Banks Bankers Merchants and others nro solloltea We poesuw.oniurpanid
Billet form&MriK oollcotlont.
D.MATJIELD President. l.'.D. BULL Vlco President. JOHN'D.x MAYKIELD Cashier.
The Gity Savipgs Bapk
CHARTERED FEB. 12 1892.
U1H0RIZED CAPITAL $100000.
Now offers 6 nercent. interest on deposits Interest payable
Hugo Strike Inaugurated.
By Aesoi'litti-il Pros to The Mews
Easton Pa Nov. a -2 The
strikore decided to call upon all
Brotherhood and non-union men at
work to quit tho company's em-
ployment and go with them in tho
tight. Seventeen engineers aud fire-
men from tho Chicago Burlington
and Quinoy Baltimore and Onio
suui tho Philadelphia and Heading
havo boon distributed at various
points along tho line.
Greon engineers it is said havo
already burned out two of the com-
pany's best locomotives. Tho com-
pany is making preparations to move
fourteen loadod ooa'l trains that havo
been side-tracked in tho Paokorton
yard since Saturday and expect to
get mora an through boforo night.
Deputy sheriff patrollod tho yards
all night and had a groat doal of
troublo in keeping suspicious look
ing men oil the tracks.
Loss of Life at a Fire.
By ABsuolatoii Preen to the News.
Nasiivim.k Nov 22. A lire at
Newburn Dyer county hut night
destroyed several business houses.
Loss is 10000. Loo Bradshaw
and Pat Moffatt white and Ed.
Gilbert colored lost thoir lives
lighting tho fire. Bradshaw rau
into a hoiHO to get out somo monoy
and papers from a safe aud just as
he emerged from tho building tho
walls fell on him. It is boliovul
thoro are others buried under tho
ruins. P.U Hooper Pettis Holland
E. M. Hall and Goorgo S. Freights
wero seriously hurt and somo of
them may die. The origin of tho
lire is unknown.
it is understood Minister
has been dirootod to enter
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oetl -:- Estate.
"OUSCS nnrl T : 4-t. r.-t.. I?.- rnA Cm T.nnds in thlS
nty- 180 acres on Bnsaue Boulevard.
T- 926 Speight Street Cottage 6 Rooms 25 oo
C- 1303 North 5th Street Two Stoiy 6 Rooms 2000
J- Clay Street Cottage 5 Rooms i8-00
JJ- 912 Jackson Street Cottage 3 R"onis 125c
- 419 Mary Street Cottage 4 Rooms i2-5
T- 7 IS Austin Street ?5.
t- 414 Fianklin Street ; 25'00
N- 209 South Fourth Street 45-
rSa 726 Austin Street 3 g
0ffi JNO. T. BATTLE
mce ' Rccd 8 Providenr Building.
A Heavy Claim.
By Aspoclatt'il Press to The News.
London Nov. 22. Morning says
a well known follower of tho turf
has begun a suit against tho estate
of "Squire" Abingdon Baird for
75000 the bilanco unpaid of a
consideration and j.j.OOO which it
is alleged Baird promised to pay
plaiutiil for quietly recovering bank
notes to tho amount of 250000
said to have been stolen from Baird
by a lady with whom he had had
relatious. Baird it is- alleged
threatened a criminal prosecution of
the lady but tho plaintiff dissuaded
him from taking this extreme
oourse and undertook to recover tho
Father Els Scares Them Off.
By Associated Prev to 1 he News.
Columbus 0. Nov 2ii. Be
tween 4 auu 5 o'ciooK this morn-
ing Father Eis of the Sicred
Hoart churoh (Uncovered two bur-
glars iu his house and had a tusslo
with them during which fivo
shots were fired by them one tak.
ing slight effct in his arm. Ho
had $12 lying on his table tho re-
sult of a collection which was
saved. Tho mon finally esoapod
without any booty. Father Eis
says tho mon ero common bur-
glars. Dynamiters Arrested.
By Associated Tress to Tho Nows.
Paws Nov. 22. A numbor of
French and foreign anarchists lm'o
been arrested by the polioeand who
also seized a manifesto said to havo
boon widely circulated defending
tho dynamite outrages of Barcelona
and Marseilles. Evory precaution
is being taken to protect the public
buildings throughout Paris.
Expected to Recover.
By A660olntoil Prese to the Now.
Bkulin Nov. 2.'. The Hambur-
ger Nachnohten says Bismarck
who has been compelled to upend
most of the lat-t three months on
a sofa is now ablo to make regular
walks. His refovery is gradual
and it is hoped ho will have com-
pletely recovered his lealth by
S02 Stark WoBt for fire insuraneo
liy Astocliitvd I'rets to The News.
Baucui.ona Nov. 22 A nest of
anarchists has boon discovered here
aud many suspects havo been ar.
rested on suspicion of being impli
catod in tho dynamite bomb out-
rage at tho Licon theatre this city
making over 200 anarchists now in
custody charged with boing impli
catod in somo way or other with
this terrible orini.
Jumpod Their Jobs but Quiet.
liy Aasoclnteil 1'reBS toThu News.
Elmiua N. V. Nov. 22. Thoro
is quietness still at Sayer. Tho
mon are counselling peace but de-
clare tho freight trains shall not
move. Tho sheriff has been asked
to make a call for militia but
doomed tho situation does not yet
Idle Mon Will Go to Work.
lty AHsnclHtul TreHS to Ihu News
Yor.Ni.s'ioAN Ohio Nov. 22.
Tho Mtihoning Valley Iron and
Steel Co 's plant will resume opera-
tions next Monday aftor an idle-
ness of nearly four months. Em
ployiuont to nearly 000 nit-n will bo
tfrown l!)nm-U & Go 'h big plant
will Htaitup Thursday to run about
half tho usual number of men.
Tho Union Iron and Stool Com-
pany started thoir bar mill yester-
day. Andrews Bros. fc Co. will start
thoir puddling furnaces boforo tho
wook is over.
Cherokee Strip Town Sites.
By AsHOclntcil Press to The Nows.
Washington Nov. 22. Com-
missioner Lamoreaus says no an-
sossmont for the payment of ox
lenses for surveying and plantting
tho town sites in tho Chorokoo strip
is necessary as tho expenses aro
defrayed from tho congressional ap-
propriation. Strike Off.
Byi Associated Press to Tho NewB.
PlTTSIlUKU P.I. Nov. 22. -A
threatened strike in tho sheet mill
industry has been -averlod and 3
settlement effected by which thirty
mills employing over seventeen
thousand men will bo continued in i
operation during tho winter. TAo
settlement was effected by the
rollers agreeing to take tho wages
of reduction intended for tho
raighers atid catchers.
A $1500000 Fire.
lly Ahsoelateil I'reBH to The News
Sl'HINOriJIM) Mius. Nov. 22
A firo which broke out in tho
Dickinson block in Springfield at
midnight was not brought under
control by tho firemen until it had
destroyed eight blocks resulting in
estimated damage of noar 1500-
000. Harris Acquitted.
Special to The News.
Shkuman Nov. 22. Tho jury in
tho caso of E W. Harris indicted
for murdor last night returned a
verdict of not guilty.
Tho verdict is generally com-
mended by tho people of this oity
lly Acaocliitoil PrcsH to The Nmx.
Nisw Oiti.iCANH Nov. 22 Glenny
& Co. say: Liverpool spots aro un-
changed with a free supply offer-
ing; sales 10000 hales. Futures
opened and closed steady with
New York oponed 0 to 8 points
higher and at 1 p. m. was 8 points
higher than justorday.
Now Orleans optnod 1 to "7 points
higher deoliued immediately aftor
opening :s to I points but on tho
publication of tho semi-weekly in-
terior movemorit which provod to
bo lighter than expected pricos
wero run up M'uoh selling 7.87 10
points above yestorday. Tho longs
realizing again broke prices and at
noon March was 7.85.
Grafn arlaf Provisions.
Oy Associate! l'rcr-B to Tho News.
Cnu'Af.o III. Nov. 22. Wheat
opened lower and continued to
decline on heavy sales by Partridgo
and Charley Smith and this with
weak outside doinehtio markots and
an expected inuroato in Bradstreot
until December reached 00. Later
on light Northwestern receipts it
rallied to 00?
Corn lower on heavy receipU:
Provisions opened weak but
January gained twenty points to
lly Associated Press to 1'he News.
Jkkbbv CIty Nov. 22. All
switchmen to tho numbor of fifty
excuDting three employed on tho
Lehigh Valley went out on a strike
this morning at Jersey City com-
pletely paralyzing tho freight
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Christopher, R. The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 109, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 22, 1893, newspaper, November 22, 1893; Waco, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115041/m1/1/: accessed November 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .