The Waco Evening News. (Waco, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 282, Ed. 1, Monday, June 11, 1894 Page: 1 of 8
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WACO TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON JUNE II 1894.
50c. Per Month
HOW IS IIS?
ADOG'S AWFUL WOrJ
iortant June Sale
Men's and Boys'
Half Price 50c Each.
... Half Price 75c Each.
g Haif Price $1.00 Each.
three Lots contain about 150 dozen" surplus stock that we
Miss the June Bargains
In Boys' and Men's Clothing
Furnishing Goods and Hats.
We are selling them cheaper than ever before.
!i2.5 & urn
They Beat the World.
Sacked 55c per Bu.
60c per Bushel.
; Seized With Rabies lie Biles
len's Black Clay
led Sack & Frock
This is HEAVY KANSAS
Corn and we bought when
freights were WAY DOWN.
You can't match as for prices on
Whom n llorriblo Death .Vow Stares in the
Face IHtails in Full.
purchase in any of above departments and get a key to
THE MONEY BOX.
THE SULTAN DEAD.
N Iff Hie Striking
p Oanlin? oi Coal A Ter-
m June 11 An at-
I made at i o'nlnnk th;a
'blownp the Clovelaud.
M Soathern brid";o ovor
"was river at Navarre. A
plosion occurred and soon
Nlway employes discov-
Page to be on fire. The
M eitinniliulmrl A :. :
Ithe bridge has t k
damaged. Muoh nml
Pe(l Over thio nA r i.
P' ' Ohio 3ud it i8 sup
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-"oiB attemntort r
about two hundred oars of coal over
the road to Loraino yesterday. A
large foreo of men are at work re-
pairing tho bridge which was partly
burned at Midvale last night and
coal trains will 3gain be started as
soon as this work is completed.
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a hie onon
Trains Mnot c
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1 1 " .Inno
8 last n'whi j.-j
I trains RhnnlH !...
-jo ueia up
5 Del f.r uone vo
nelm being sent int
' A 8PJ in the employ of
For a Uniform Scale.
Uolumbus 0. June 11 The
joint committee on scale oomposed
of operators and miners went into
executive session at 9 this morning.
E3uh side expresped the feeling that
circumstances had plaoed an agree-
ment here in jeopard but eaoh
would try to effect an agreement
if poeible. Jonu MoBryde said:
"We miners are noc contending for
the recognition of the Miners' un-
ion but for a uniform scale."
A Burning Threatened.
New Philadelphia O. June 11.
Midvale trestle is now repaired and
trains are running today. The min-
ers at Goshen threaten to burn the
bridge tonight if ooal is moved.
The sheriff says he cannot proteot
the bridges and tracks without sol
diers and none are here yet. There
are about eight hundred miners at
Saved by the Watchman.
Wheeling Creek 0. June 11.
EffoJts wero made early today to
burn the bridces on the Cleveland
Loraino and Wheeling railroad at
Midvale and Canal Dover. At the
latter place the flames were exting.
uished by the watchman and the
miners tried to drive him away by
shooting at him. The sheriff was
notified and put deputies on guard.
The Second Fourteeth and Sixteeth
regiments are here. Coal trains are
running as usual.
Just opened the Cotton Palace
drag Btore at 619 Austin street.
M. T. Bull Proprietor
Muley Hassan Suddenly Shuf-
fles Off the Mortal Coll.
Tangier June 11. News re-
ceived here frcm the interior con-
firms the reporc of the dutfSh of the
sultan Muley Hassan. Representa-
tives of foreign governments aie in
consultation upon the subject.
It is rumored that the sultan's
son Mulia Abdul Agiz has been
proclaimed Bultan of Moroooo
There have been no disturbances
and no disorder is apprehended.
The sultan died while travelling
between the capitol and Babatt. He
was born in 1821 and ascended the
throne in 1873
Strikers Use Dynamite to Pre-
vent the Moving of Coal.
Birmingham Ala. June 11.
The big iron bridge on the Kansas
City Memphis and Birmingham
road at Carbon Hill was blown up
with dynamite today. The explosion
occurred only a few moments be
fore the morning train reached the
The bridge at the Patton and
Mabel mines and other points have
been burned within a few days and
several attempts have been made to
burn a long trestle. All these acts
are oharged to the strikers whose
purpose is to prevent tho transpor-
tation of coal.
The sheriff has gone to Carbon
Hill to make arrests.
Portland June 11 Reliable
election returns show the elpctionof
Herman republican in the first and
Ellis republican in the second con-
gressional districts. In the legisla-
ture the Republicans have a majori-
ty of 52 on joint ballot.
Phelps Is Weaker.
Entlowood.N.J.. Juno 11. Win.
0 .. f t
waiter rneips is weaker wuaj
Dallas June 11. Special I
Dallas was the scene yesterday of
tho most horrible tragedy ever en-
acted within her limits and proba-
bly the most terrible of tho kind
that ever accurred anywhero.
A largo St. Bernard dog owned
by II. Mvriek a coal dealer went
mad in tho morning and bit Frank
Coekrell's dog which the owner
killed. Myriek's dog was tied up
to eeo if ho would develop rabies
lie broke his fastening about I p.
ni. and went rushing through tho
town killing two dogs and threo
cats and biting seven persouB three
of them it is believed fatally.
A negro boy named Albert Adams
was literally torn to pieces and his
death is executed at any momout.
An old woman Mrs. Worden
mother of the well known moruhaut
E. A. Worden was attacked in her
home and Urribly mangled.
At Lemp's ice factory Nick Pow-
ers a workman was seized by the
thigh while trying to escape up a
ladder and the limb was frightfully
On East Elm street Jennings
Moore a salesman in a grocery
store had great shreds of tlesh torn
from his arm and side.
Mrs. Mary Arthur an invalid
7 as lying on a cot in her home on
East Ehu street. The dog attacked
her and lacerated her arm limbs and
body so badly that it is feared she
A young man from a neighboring
town was attacked and badly
bitten on tho hands and legs. He
left on au early evening train and
his name was not learned.
Two mounted police oflicors
finally ran the mad dog into a
vacant house and shot him to death
Two other persons whose names
have not yot been learned one a
woman wero bitten in tho eastern
part of tho oity.
The victims of tho mad dog are
under medical attention and mad-
stones are being applied.
Mr. Moore Mrs. Worden the
woman at tho feed store and the
negro boy are all showing tho first
signs of hydrophobia and their
friends and phyaioians fear they
will die. Tho negro boy cannot
live whether ho has hydrophobia or
Papers for a damage suit against
Mr. Myriok are being prepared.
Tan and Black.
Cadets of Temperance.
Jersev City N. J. June 11.
The national section of Cadets of
Temperance are' holding their annual
convention tociay in tne uapuat
though his physiciau does not expect! church at Hobokou. Delegates
a seriouB ohanco. Mr. Phelps liaci
a protraoted attack of hemorrhages
during the night.
Suffocated by Gas.
Glasgow June 11. Five women
inoluding a member of the Solva-
tion army were suffooated in bed
dariag the night by the escape of
from all parts of the United States
Portland Ore. June 11. The
water has fallen eight tenths of a
foot since it began to recede. The
upper river however is falling
Beo Stark West for fire insurance.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLES OF
Teeth Without a Plato I
The Best is the Cheapest.
.5th Floor Provident Build i g.
THE BIGGEST MEETING
Of the Campaign In the Fam-
ous Ashland District.
Lexington Ky June 11. The
Urgent meeting of the congrusbional
oampaign is in progress this after-
noon. It was originally announced
m au Oacdh demonstration but
Sottlo was invited to participate
and friends of both from all ovor
the dittriot are hero in grc3t num-
bers. This is the first time any
two candidates havo met in Lexing-
ton and the first appearanco hero of
Scale in this campaign. Tho
weather is sultry and tho fctreets
have been crowded all day with
marching delegations. The Sottlo
and 0ena men are friendly and
there has been no disorder.
Lily Whites and Black and Tans
Fort Worth June 11. Special
Delegates to tho state convention
of tho league of Republican cluhf
which will bo held in this city com-
mencing tomorrow havo already
comraonced arriving and indications
point to a large crowd Member
of tho executive committees of the
two Republican factions "Lily
Whites" and "Black and Tans" are
also arriving and the talk indicates
that tho hatohott will bo buried and
that the Texas Republicans will
present an unbroken front at the
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