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Examiner. WKCO BY BARTOW & CRAVENS. r AIX ) TEXAS, W K n s KS f) A Y , M A 1 K ' 1 1 J 1 , 1 s s 5 VOL. XVJIL.-NUMBER 118 f&Mfp . ' &$zJ ' Mi" ('miln llli S1'U'' in a t ihiNs uitli .iniiiiiiiicc'inoiils of now nU in hum in Liiuinn. i iwi in nil' iiiw i i i - 1 1 i tiiiiiii.iii:iiiiiiiiiiif iii i i' n iiiii w im i i mr its. nun nil niinv ..... ... i i.ii t i 11 1 . i . ------ . i t i v -. "" '""""ii.iu.i- 1..1 mm- ilium- ,i i sii.m in ni'iicr niviinrc. i uin cvtiv De ore to n ivisi, r 'omnia verv tnilv votir.. ' ' -s . V . l" HLL',!H-' ' K HAHhR 1 ' ' ! II IIUK This is our Great Carpet Week.!1 Tor i.ra.liw. m lut.odtj to ell tLi .tt.uti ti of IL. puUln Tothe Astonishing Low Prices in Carpets, of thi tMbieaJuiii tuiU lu tfcb tWpartiudui wi hart uot beau nMa to arrittjft .i airsriltiwiiu!, but mow. buvrtr w miuuunutj with pUntui ttiNt nor MONEY vs. MUSCLE The Strike Complications Are ; Rapidly Drawing to a Focus Spring stock Of Carpets and Curtaiii$i,,,:;;..:r:::: ::,"" oM ill t.f.l.r.1 uj uulv.iltiiU.JIui: iLt ilinu.s Iii prl.-9 or Ilia lait. Extensive Carpet Strikes i ml ' K " l.rt, ..itiimof Riiuil.tiiiilieuisrlft wcRrefiilly pMxieil l,j tiinlntiiiii tlic trrv lntvvsl vcs'imi our buyers liu.l Ukea u.lvuntuc' il ll.u lu.. tii', wlurli liml t'ul,,l the ,i 1. the Lil tliree months we Have Bought Very Heavily Heitil" llii.inr. ! Tin1 Uot vi lint' ut Mmmiiii i llu Itispiitehoil Mule 'l'i oops In iii ii i lie riiuiii' : liilc Untie Sum Slieli'lies Uin llliiul Oter I In- H'uliiixli, Hit Wind! stj:.l tin ilic .'ii'ir, spruiK IrniU'l.xu-ilhiiii1 on tuivi.' i;!,, n ,1 ii i iny (hu 'a.t -il i , iluil ..xi ( WE GUARANTEE OUR PMCE '&- i in: i;m; t i smut i. till v . ..in ii. c St. duke Qur Ytfe Keep None But Choice Goods. Patterns are the Latest. SANGER BEOS. W. R. KELLUM. E. ROTAN. KELLUM & ROTAN, A CO I ' i TKXAS. PNT O "W IN 3 TP O O 3ES1 : 2,000 bbls. Sugar, 5oo bbls. Molasses, l.ooo boxes Kirk's Soap. l,ooo boxes Starch, l,ooo boxes Numsen's Tomatoes boxes J. Lusk's Cal. Canned Fruits ,000 IN TRANSIT. DUE FEBRUARY 1ST. SW Mil. Mlelitinn .nit- .',00 hills. (ielllllhP NlMV York Sl't'll lHltll i Wi Hio ( ntlpB. Call :iiul see ih or write for nriccj. Iocs; t,(KK KELLUM & ROTAN. tlliruttiitulic Calls .ilillllu. Louis, March, 10. (mv .Mitrina-1111-, called on the i it i I it in liens to i, to s.,.,l.,li., !i, Ii, !it in I',, i ii-ii,.. Ipu 11. .;ii,ii.i, .",, , ,,. ...., - I i ii r trouble likely to nri.o tlierr lo- liny out of (lie niilroail striko. Aliotll I IWI ollicrf" ami liH'ii left lion' IliK 1 MiuniiiiK on :i spi'1'iiil train, nii.l will m live ut hktlaliit at '.' . in. Till: SI 1 1' .VI ION A I' hIMIAI.IA. Soilalia, Mo., Manli 111. 'I'lio sitnii tioii i Utile I'lmni'd. 'I'lio lril;i,r r.'fii-e toallotv imy fiviylit iriiini to li'iivt'. Tliey iiiliiilml rt'ioliilion- ile iiinliillni; Unit Mnliaf;rr Iloxie lie niiiieiioik'tl in the iiiana'eiiiL'iit of Hie Mi-Minri I'lit'llir. The cily coimeil lo ility appfopriiileil jil.outllo i: i-pecial poliee to pioteit the lotiipmiy proper ty mill n-iist in iIih inoveiiieiil of tiuiiia. Divi.lon Siiperinteiiilt'iil lln;.' jjhNv ri'iitie-iteil the nliorilV of the conntv to alvr Ihe men willinjr lo work proleelioti. The striker- are out lo-niht iliiinilniilileiliily. ";iinnl i"n property mnl seeing no 'I'mlil an; iiiommI.' Tlie striker-, arc very Moll lielmveil. Al' I'OIIT W.HMI. I'.irl Wayne. Mareli in. The hlril.e of Hie Wnliash shopmen at this point Mill I'onliiiue. Ma-lir Meehiinie Ilai lies, Iiy order of (leiiernl Maslei Meoliiinie.loliiin, posted uoliees.-satnr-ilay to Ihe.'ll'eillhal einploes who did not report lor ilntv .Mninliii iiihiiiihi; eiiiilil eonsiiler themselves ilisi'harneo. Ihe nlrikers inoreil the order and refused lo work. To-dav another notice was posieil siirint; Ihose who did mil leport for work to-morrow (Wednesday) morning weie nolonycr in the employ of the company. The Kni;liti of I.ahor have the matter in hand and prom ise .titl.tiiticu when needed. N'o attempt hits heeu made lo interfere with thomoveinenl of trains, or to prevent men who are at work from I'oiitiimliijr, nor ia it thoiihl such in- terlerelit'e will he linide. AT KANStn ( MY. Kansas Cily, March lo.l.nst uifihl the slrik.irs at this plate tool; all the switch engines of thcMissouri I'aeilie coiupaiiy except three, of which the police hitd control, rail thein to the round house ami put out the lires. They teliised to permit any fit'iy 1 trains to he moved. at Ni:voiti.t:.Ns. New Orleans, March 10. 'I'liu t riltf of the freight handlers of the N'ew Orleans .V- Texas I'aeilie stops the movement of freight. ng ATsiim:vi:i'our. A tiecial to the I'ii-aymio from .Slireveporl says: Over eighty cars o I iroijlit due lat week nie still on Ihe matt. wniniiiso a ciiMi'iti'Misi:. Knlisat City, March 10 'J he are ready to icceitp in. plication lb labor lnespectiw wt pa-t r existing trouble, not one of the men who .truck and have since been .die have applied tor work, hIIImhiIi there is no doubt they could obtain troiu the car complin) a. much or even better uliKi") than they demand fioui the railway company. I hu cny they will nut resume 'work until former waiius uru rtMoied to every wotk mau on the entire Wabash s stem, anil claim to have advices thai f to night or to-morrow every woikiu.iu on tho Wnba.li roml will be on the .trike. A special to the l'it-l)ispatch from .IcH'erson City say: (,ov. Miirni'i duke limy e,o to Scdalia thi afler iioiiii. 'Ihe Sj. I.ottis militia will be hulled hero probably until tho epiver uor receives a report from Adjutant Ceneriil Jaiuifon, at Sed.ilia. A speeliil from Moberlv mi; : The strikers are linn and eiicoiira(;ed bv the news that Ihe inen on the lowii roads have trurk. No disturbance so far. i.aiint i iiom m:iiai.ia. Setlalia, .March ID There was no change in mutters pertaining to the strike lo-day. The men in great niiinhers are' about the railroad mil. its, ileliaut ami positive in their posi tion. .Not a carol Ircighl was moved to-day, nntl theic is no likelihood ol any beinginoied. ISiisinoss j almost al a staml-stlll. and the outlook i.s loom). No rioteoiis demonstra tion has been made to the prcspnl time. TlieMrikci's, tlinniHi deterinin- ed, have niauii.'-lcil no disposiliou todestrov prooerlN. Al' KT. I.olls. l. Louis, March lo - Mime -jon men employed ill the Misouii l'acillcshops Here lielil a niei'lliifj lo ili.cuss the sit nation and eoiisiill as to what is best for Iheui lo do under the piesout cir- oiiuislaiices. Tho nicellnj; was private and the rtsiilt is tint known exceiit that an executive coininittee was iip poinleil and liual action deferred un til lo-morrow nljjlil. when they hold another meetiue;. A coinmitlee from Sedalia was p u'seut. LIVELY LINES! Some Scant But Rather Suggestive News From Washington ! Tlie Uim ei mtr nl .lllssomi llu.l Itrllei Iti'iul I . on Hie lo.le ' 'I'lio .lliiiuo. it .tlalloi) I.iuei on tlie 'l'i i:i lieioiis Jte.'ls ol 'I'm limns I',.,. Ilooiiicis .lie Xnw lluiih- Ini: In Hie lliill-l'ioui. isi'.l I, mnl ! si;mii:. iaiiii si.smii. I.IIIUtl.l I. .'mil Al.l lor ll.e li'tli'i'Miit I it v. Mo.. Wtll.llsli. I March to. - i .liul"0 Kerkel, of the I'nileil .stntesi court, lias ordered Marshal Mi dee to proceed immediately frnm Kansas CitV lo Moberlv and protect tb piop erl) of Hie Wabash ra lwa il appear lug to he in (lunger from the slrikei's, Tlie Waliasli being in the hands ol re ceivers appointed by this court, is un der its jurisdiction. ' .11 r. II I ii I r sit or ii In ller a , llcliale. Washington. March 10. The ivo i lutloli oll'ercd yesterday by Senalor I Hoar that Mr. lilair be' sworn in as senator to llll a vacanci was taken lip and a veiy long aigiiiueul ensued. I 'I'he legishttiiie which is lo elect n senator troiu New Hampshire will I not meet till next .lime, and the de bate tinned on Ihe point whether in lids emergency the g.nernor has the light to appoint llbtir to till the va icancyaml whether it vacuticv had 1 really occured which Ihe executive col. Id provide for. Xotliilii; of par- ! iicikiii' iiiieiesi iieveioped in in.' de bate except Ihc point iiin.lc bv Mr. lugiill that the ipiesiion at isMie had a Big'ii icanl lieuing on Ihe seuatoii al ai auric ill Illinois and Oregon. AtH'1 luiiher debate the lesoliitiou was agieed lo - yeas :lii, nats .'(). The mil) (leparluie from division on pai tv lines wa in the ease of .loiies, of ; I lorhln, w ho voled in ihe aHiimalne I w ith the repillilicaiis. I'll then ailiiiiiiislereil lo Mr. i the senate adjoin ucd. oalb lilair was and I C . .. f a!. 4. O , m utriker.s here arccniisidering a liropo- cimeron. Cast es c btorey, uioi.Wi1H.wiiM.oM.i..,.itt...i'ioitil,. siinviwil, wws.'v j 7 , rnil.()ll(, uncials this nlternomi. 'I'hey L . I I esai mm. i i:hx i ii i.i.iisi, t run i m:aii:. i ilirlitt lo (lie l:nmtiifr. Ausllii, March III. -The eiliens ofl l'dauco coiiul) pcliiiuiir.1 lli.-il rail road trains lie uol allowed to iiiii on nundajs. 'I'he conimiltee on claims rcpoited uulavorablv on cerlaili ehiiui. of, I. A. lilmnibcrgaiiil .lohn l.auigaii. Senator 1,'amlolph iiitiodtiieil a bill lo legulale the charges u" ginner ' wlio gin lor toll. A innt'ou of reriiiisnl. 'rut ion on Ihe Jones railroad bill was entered. 'I'be Houston insurance hill nunc before the M'li'ttc and Smalmx Hous ton and Davis occupied Ihe remain der of Ihc day's session in discussing il. .Mr: Houston claimed that Ihe companies demand nianv restriclioiiH I - i in; c t niM.T. Hrilllis ttl.lcli Ihe Ollli i-.Si-i'lli I t .ii.l.l t;t . a ' on i li. III t Inc. Wasldiiglon, Mnieli lo, The cabi net met prompllv al noun, all mein Imts being pi. 'sent. Ills unilei's,n,i Ihe session was diMihil almost eu lircl) to (he coiisiilei'iilioii of federnl ippoiutiueiils. is asserted on gimd null, mil) that emh meiiibi r ol Ihe cabinet -n Inn ill "l a list of appoinl- meiits in his depnil nt held lo be essential to Hie ailiiiiuistinlioii ol public business under (be pleselil le inic. 'I'he lists il is iiiiderslood, in eluded onl) such olliii'i- in w nidi a change was desirable ill once in order tlie new secretaries might" discharge Ihe duties of their oll'iceis withoiil the least friction or uibarraHsiiieiil. The deliberation ol in writini: their nolicies thai me mi-1 the cabinet w ill probably n-siilt inn just mid obuo.xioiis. That fliov are i long list of iioiiiiuallmis being sent to not making lilonev, he s was mere bosh, and went on lo prove his slatemenl inoling ligurcs. 'Ihe present iiceileil revision in the opinion of Hi speaker, and he thought this bill would remedy it as would tie-i sub serve the interests of Hie ocople ol the slate. Mr. Davis, in opposition lo the hill, declared tho mania lo be an otl-,-hiiol of that spc( ies of mania which bought to amend every law on the statute book. 'I'he in-uraiice law now are well enough. Tlie salegiiards thrown around the policies but pro led the companies l'i mil dishonest men. He believed ill lulling Hit' law alone as hail been petitioned In, the leading business uiell of the Utile. Pending discussion the senate ad journed until ID o'clock to-morrow. lliil'riK. ill, I the senate b) Hie prcsiih nt to-day or he I lo-nioi row. ' lit Al Hie cloe ol Hie cabinet iiieeling aw ' me piesiueni nciii apuiiiK' receuioii which lasted over all hour. is i oi, s I olt rvv ii l.ili-.ecil oil, p.'taus and geiicial mcr i haiidisc, ill all V dm d al about s,.'oo . oiio Ihe vessel i , of nmi. legist.. i .'.-' Iii Ions net. and is valued at M'.o.. 'Hio: fnlh insured. in: '.ton n i.iis. rapl. I'kiiii h in I. mil ..ml lllli I hi. ll.e.-. Wichita, Kits., March 10. -This be. ingthuilav set lor Hie adjourned term of the t'niled Suites court at which Ihe Oklahoma boomers w eretobeli ied, Ihey were all on baud. ( 'apt. Crouch amlSeeielarv M.Cord . nine up from Alkaiisas Cilv. There was no court. It was intended to lolitiuue the ad loiirned term to the '.'lib in-t in order to siimiiioit a jury to iliuposo ol there cases, but Jiulge'l'osler had been call ed lo Topeka to hold couit there, and il Would be impossible fur hiln tube here mi the Jllb. 'I'he couil iiccmd IliL'ly adjourned sine die, which throws it over lo the regiilarterni in ssepleinber. vVarraiils were issued for lllteeli other boomers Miturda) and Iweiily-livo vesterday. The au thorities w ill coininut! to issue war rants as they get names. IJapt. Crouch infm 1 1 ied Hie reporters be would stall fur A rl.aiisas Ciiv in Ihe morning. i vi o .t ro.tis. I tin I liiLllnills nl Mist. All '11.1.1 He. 1. 1. Inc. I ..I a lull. p.. ..nil .lla... Cleveland, ()., Maidi 10. 'I'he il i.eiis oflliadfoid, I'a. were slaitled to (lav bv an cxploslnn which shook houses in all pails ol the (own. lu (jinrle. levcaleil ihe fact thai the nilio glvcerine iiianiilarl.ir.v of the l.lvcl. (ilvcerine comp .ny. local. '.I al Howard .linn linn, three miles awn), li.id been Ihe sceiieol u lernlile casiiallv . A mag alne containing li.oiiuo Mis. of'glv eel iue bad exploded, and W. II .llerrington, one ol the pro.rielors, ami II. II. l'ratl, an cniplo.ve. were killed. The laclory, tweiilv-llve leel awav,was blown into fragments, lYalt's bodv was found '.'(infect iiuiiv, all his bones broken, but the skin iulact. Ilerriug loli W'eigheil l'.lo poimds: one m two pieces ofllesh was the mil) I run' lhal eniilil be found of him. 'I rees were Imu up bv Hie roots and great holes made in liieearlh. Loss, $.ri,ooo. Crest .'111 I'll, ICt. res. New Orleans, .March ID. The al leudalice al Hie races to-ilav wits inoderale, Hie wealher ileal' and pleasant and the Hack good. The three.iiiarlers ol a mile nice was won bv Miss (.'noilricli: ('apt. Win nil, second; John Sullivan, thin! lime- l:.s.:l-. The live-eighllis mile race wa- won by Claude Uranium; .s,liindilnril Iveller, second; l.ucv .lohiison. Ibird. Time 1:0.'. I'.' In Ihe mile ami oiie-eiglith lace i Hi veil.' and l.or.l Kilward ran dead heals; Kan-.is, third. Tii :.ni. (Hi. vclieaiiil I ..ii (1 Kdwnid ran nil'; l.or.l Kdwanl won. In Ihe Ihiee-tpiarlers ,, a mile Wml h won; Windsitil, -ei ,iinl;liala, lliinl. Time 1:.'0 I-'.!. 'I It. i Islnnil I'll, Hani, V-ti.l.l, (ialvestou, March lo Ihe Island Cilv Savings bank cmupl.-lcit it i rcor gaiiialimi lo-ilav mid uiil resume a regular banking bn-ine-s ,,w 'I'lmi,. da) mornliig with a capital of 100.- "itl. At it uie.'ling of slm l.holdeiv lo-ilav Hie follow iiiu bo.nd ol d rectors was elected: II. Kempner, I'. Luminal's, , Main it, I n llliiu.. .1. Sansheiiner, Morris l..isker, .IiiUiik Itunge, A. Moiiieleld and Samson lleiilenlieiiiier. II. Keuipuer was elecled prcsidenl and I'. I.ainiuars vlcc-iresldeiil. lien. I.raniu r...nlii.iii. New York, Man h 10 lieu, (iraul was given stiiiiulanls last night in place ol allodvue. 'Ibis change ol lieatiucnl had a soothing filed and Ihe palielit pii-se.l (he night coiulortii Illy. 'I bis luoriiiiii; in arose lefresh ed. lie made no . umplniiil in leu old to Ihriii.l trouble ami u tsitble to par take of coiisiil'l'ible limn i- hmelll. THE MAHDI MOPES Perhaps the Ghost of Gen, Gordon is Haunting Him ! Itc t'lecs i'iiiiii It Inn Iiiiiiii olid Hide, in Millie II. He. in. Ilie-lt ;ill lllose "siioiiicit Itcliilioiis" He- I ween lliiliin nmi lliiitn Mil i' lo siiiip Mini ) ' I'he llelcol I'lim sun l'i tin 1.1 y riui.s in tin, tjoiii .( mis! lliec.e: i.m:i. ttn. WACO. WHY IS IT WE CAN DELIVER GOODS TO OUR CUSTOMERS CHEAPER THAN THE MARKET OF GALVESTON OR NEW ORLEANS? BECAllfsF uurn r.nnnv. arf at "ROCK BOTTOM" PRICES, WE GO INTO THE MARKET WITH CASH, PURCHASE IN LARGE QUAN TITIES DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURERS AND PLANTERS, AND ' WHEN THE ADVANCE COMES, GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS BENEFIT OF SAME OUR THREE COMPETING RAILROADS ENABLE US TO OBTAIN AS LOW RATE OF FREIGHTS INTO WACO, ANDTHREE-FOURTHS LESS FREIGHTS TO OUR CUSTOMERS THAN EITHER OF THE ABOVE CITIES. By PURCHASING OUR COFFEES IN RIO JANERIO, AND POSSESS- have decided lo discontinue nilerler- corn with the Wabash Indus, lour n a conflict with the federal authorities, that road being' in the bauds of Hie I'niled slates court, and a force of dcpulv marshals are now guarding that jiropert). The mayor called a .pocial session of the council this afternoon. No freight has been moved.oii Ihc Ml-ourl I'.'iritic. A ClllSIS AT hUl.W.IA. St. Louis, March lo. A special from Seilnlln to the Tost-Dispatch says all i. ijuict there among i ne sinkers, nut allalrs are critical. Tho strikers are now In session drafting n proclama tion Hint they will keep the peace at all hailrds. They are embilttreil be. cause thirty riukertouiletrctivcs have arrived, who are hired by IIih railway. Ailjiltiitil-fieiioral Jamison had a eon irrencc with the strikers, and inform ed them they must not prevent train moving. '1 ho pay car ariived this inoiTiluj.'. but the strikers refused to rcccivo their wages, became, they snid. this would sever their connec tion with the company, and besides, the car wn not due for live days yet. Humors that the militia aro coming iiL'.'raTiilo the situation. There are -" .- .:.... i.. .(. HOW Over set uni cnoius hi ine lountl house and yards here, which have been killed by the strikers, and over ten mileo of loaded freight cats on side tracks. No passenger trains have yet been slopped, but uo pas-on- lUn ., . gtTo I1HVU lirilicil lll-iu Hum nvti ' '"u 'HE LOWEST RATE OF FREIGHTS. ENABLES US TO SELL AT.Kun-as city.orsm.tl.of I'lir.ous.Kas., SAME Prices AS GALVESTON OR NEW ORLEANS- jintc m$mnH TB WA. St. J.ouU. Jlarcli 10. A .Moberiy, 'o Ihe leporlers at .lellersou Cilv, its news, an allldavit liear.ng Ihe signa- The hou-c reru-ed to ("msMer Hie I Hire "I Itobcrt C. 1 ate, u will-liiiowii Joint solution providing for ad-1 horseman, ami keeper ol kejio rooms journment on the Jitli of March. I ' '"' '''.'J'. II''I-'I)K "' lhJ '' l'"l ei... ,..i t...' i;.,., i,..,- t. :n ,....t inonov lor the nrivileire ot niniiiii'' 1(111 IIIV ( lltlllli n ( il lit II ' I I I II up I - , nasseil. as was also the bill iirolectiii! ki-no rooms Here, anil nun ins under lieu, .llariiniill.li.' anil llajni- ICaln- alcr al l.l ut; ... Ilantt.-r ...is lir.init.l. SI. Louis, March ID. The personal ami political cmilroversv which lias rageil with more or less animositv for some time past between Imv. M inula duke, of this slale. and Major C. C. liaiiiwater, a prominent diUon of St. Louis and possible (leinocntlic candi ilate for ma)or of this cilv, has just assumed nnolhcr bitter phase, and one llheiv l.l iniiie. i'iii'i..i a, lea.i'in. , ,.:..,. ., ... ,, i., .1. Yeslerdav (iov. . ariuai like gave out .' l'i " ' as,,,,,, . .... " .... I till', II Ulll.,,, I.lf.,,1 li.li.ll I Ill,, ,,vt.b ; ."' i"' "" - I III ii 1 1 lilsunlscil .In. i lie 1 1. it;. .leU'ei'sou Cilv Mm. b ID.- Ill pur suance of a rcsolnli-iii adopted lit llu house In-iliiv. a iiiiiiiiiltleeol live lias laboiers from failure of dishmi contractors or sub-conlrnclors. Tlie bill relative to local option as regards animals running at large was killed. In the evening session me appro prlatiou lull was considered. bill as reported by Ihu liniiiire com mittee was adopted without ttmend meiit in that portion relating to the executive mnl stale departments; V-ViOO was saved in the exe( utive and M0 ill the state ilopartineiil. On ihe appropriation lor the treas ury department much discussion arose in relation to the salaries of the clerks, pending which adjournment was had. In the night eion bills were or- lered eii''roseil pliieing Alvannlo on standing was the unmet wn for the 1 benellt ot the chiefof police of the I cilv and Major It.iinvvater, who wits t then executive nlliciir of Ihe Iiiiiiii ot I police cominlsslmiers. To-dit) Major iiaiuwiiler published nn open Idler to '(. i Cov. .Mitrimul'ike, in vvlndi he treats tlie mailer in ine mosi inner ami scathing terms, ilei.oiiuees tho it 111 lavit as a most infamous lie, and believe, tballbosu who read it will agrto with him that the mini who beeo'ues u pally to the circiilalimi of mich oui i rngeous statements on such ii basis is 1 a trillc wor.e than the .coiiudiul who originated the sloiy be (but man , gaiubler or governor. Major llarri gan, w ho Is again chief of police, also pronounces the ntlldavit n motistroiis lie, and states that it wrltlenuik- faru among call le. and reiimt what leinsla lion is advisnble lo prevent Ihespiviul ol the (lisease. l.i'Uisll.llt ' s, i...alt. lor ll.e Slril, crs. .pliiifrllelil. March ID. In the legis. laliiren resoitiiiou wis iiuauiiiioiislv, .idopleil expn -sing Hyinnathv for Ihe Wabash ruiltt.it strike. In the senal' a bill wit. Introduced lo prevent pooling by the iiiilvvuys ol Ihc slate. mm rou A lis UIM.l:.VSI.Ii. London, March 10. Kdiuiiud Yule-. editor of tho Wmld. has been le- least d fioui prison. A Itllil.VNl i: IN IIKAI. l.l I'D. London, .March 10. Lord Dur ham's -mil for divorce, on the gioiind of Ills wile's insanity, was to-day ills missed with costs' ngaiiisl Durham. Sir dames llatinen In renileriiie: bis decision declared Hie defendant loied another, and censured her laiullv I'm airangiiig a inariinge with his loiil ship. (ili.vvi: ni;s ir mitt:. 'I'he I'all Mall liaetle says il be lieves in the coriectliess ol (he news leeeived last ('Veiling lo the elfect the liiissiaiis have advanced their out post in Xiicliknr pass fuiilier soulh instead ol withdraw ing north as requested h Liiglaml. The liiielln stales there call be mi doubt that grave fears ate eiilerlidiied of a collision between Itiissian and Afghan troops, as Ibis I tst ailvaiice placed the opposing out posts lace to face, and has taken the Itussiaus much nearer Afghan terri lory. There is no indication, says Hie li.ielfi1, that Hie liiissiaiis have' gone bevoiitl wbal the) consider the Afghan bmimlary line, 1 1 1 Al II. All Is I I I.J, I'l.ii.t is, Lolidmi, March III.--lu Ihe buds lirativille saw neillier Hie Luglish inn tierinan cabluet was aware Hie liiit ish Hag bad been bauleil ilowu bv the t.'ct limns in Victoria. The most Irieml ly negotiations were in pnigiess be ivveeli (.erniinv ami Liiglaml ill re gal (I to colonial interest. CI .XXIMlll vm'.s i ol , SKI. Altlll sll Ii. Londmi. March It). ( n. ill iimi, of Liverpool, senior counsel for Ihe de leiiseiu the high trciisouand felmi) case against Cunningham and ISurton. was lasl night arrested on the suspicion of being a dv nan. iter, (.mill lain was al ll.e pnlli milt dining it large porlion of the ibtv in company wllh Stephen I. Meanev, ol New Ymk, looking after ll.e ill). 'lesls ol his cli- (I. i h, ii n, nl tin. nnie ol his ariesl Ijiiillialu and bis friends were about lo boaid 1 1 in t tit i 1 1 at .Marin Lane rail win Million. Ills coinpauion carried a black Imvellug bag similar to Hio-e which hare so fie.pieiill) llguied in dynamite trials. Dclcoivcs uoib'eil the Iwo men and billowed them I'm siiuie limn beloie anesliiig Hi. 'in, lull when they saw Ihecm.ple going with a black big low aids Ibeiailwav I ruin, the oilier stepped up and look them in custody. Ill'hSIV IIIMII.VII.S). London, Mm cb ID. The government have not vet received n tlelinlte repl) Iriim l.ussm to their latest overtures for an amicable adjust. ueiit of the Afghan liontler dispute. an AMi.nicAN nmiri.iNii:. London, March ID.- Al tint second Au.elicilll eolueil llluler Hill (llreclioll of Mr. Louis Melbourne, the special featuie of the concert was the debate of Miss Alice I, uke v, ot New York, wlio achieved enviable success, Miss Ijikey, who hits a strong sapiuno voire had ulieitdv foreshadow imI her siietes. in publii b) her singing in Ihe nouses nl arilsis ami lilenirv releliii ties. in i in: so t ii tx, I lb st of March, IMI. I'he .sir ply lu 'll.e laru'ci's' hands last March was .'' .ooo bushels, and Is now iibout ! "MKin. The stock in the middle -'lies is ".i.oisi.ihui, against .".MW.OCh) In-t March, lu the south the pro p.irlion is the aine as last vear, (il.lj !"'i' cenl , but Hie 'iliaiitllv i- 1 1 ,'..i ii m i.i Km bushels against i.-.s.ooo.ikmi. 'iii,. proportion i .... 7-10 insie.'id ;to 7-10 and ipiatililv ltHi.tMHJ.iHKi bushels or 1 1 i.oijO.dod more than Hie stock last .March. 'I wo ears ago the stock leiuaililllg al the same date was .'isT.lsm.OOO blsi..s lir ,'ij i m ii i .enl. of Hie crop. Tl- nmotih shipped is a lew miHim. Ii -s t, ,.i 111 -I vear. The exports i ijiiul s.i.S' O.S.. lllilllllsl ;.'.IHIO,.HIO Hie ,.illii I il in lv.. and the ei. miner, ml ,, , , ., . al westcrii markets nivalsu 1. -- , pi "pm lion ot iiierdiantabl' v. rv large, (s7 per cent. average ot mi per , m. t..r . of vers ami no I'm- last vear. remaining in luriuei s is abmn ;):( p, r i int. Ihe crop of iii'),t)oii,imii or ,'iO,l tl 10.000 liisu, inoi, Ihe slock lust March, win in "11 II 'I m.' t p. r..'il U I., m l. nils m all liuslu 1 1 t Int it HI Ihe crop was less bv 'J'J.ikkj.ihki bushels I here has been a slightly lieer u-e oi wheal for bread, and a little of poor ipiality been led lo stock. 'I'be sto, , March I, 1XHI, was '..',.; per ecul ol Hie previous crops, or 1 i:i,o(K..noo. and that in March, IM.s-j, was li.s.ooo.in.i' bushels. Tli,. utility- is repmliil above Ihe average in everv ui'siern slide except Illinois and Mis'sotin and nearly all Atlantic and trull ii.i-t sillies i in: oismii in i cnic. i:ie, linn iii llli,, i, .rs, ami It.iinnl lt..iiirl. S' Louis, Mareli 10. The annual iiieeliiig of slock holders of the Mi, souri I'aeilie railway was held her. to-day and the billowing were direct - ")-: '''I)' IiI.;A. I' llopkiiis.Kiissel. Sa re. .las. )'. Lowry, Sidney Dill 'I 'I'. Lckerl. i. eo. .1. rarrist, Samuel -sl'iaii. II.C. Maiipunul mil lieu. , I, I... did. all of New York; U.S. Hayes, M. I. .nils; F. L. Ames, iloslou; A. II. II. I lark, Omaha. Theiepmt of II, S. IIu. -. tirst vice president was read Il showed gross earnings for 1KSI to be H,i77,i!.'7; operaliiig oxpensej il.. I'.u','s77. .surplus earning, Ir which luxes and l!ed charges are to be de ilucled, j.l'iX.tV.'i; liiilubur of tons iiaf rieil '.'.si.lVi-l; liuinber of passengers can led, l,7.'ii,K.V.'. i m: i iion vioi'NiAiK .vii;i:iin(i. SI. Louis, March 10. -Tho annua! " Ung'ol Ihe M. Louis, Imu .Moun lulu ,t hoiitUtjrn rallwav con.panv was held this morning, ami the foi lowing directors elected : ,av (Jtiuhl, T. I' Lckert, l.'ussell Siijfe, Joseph . Lowry. Samuel Shellou, .lohn T, ferry, Henry Wl.elen, A. L. llo.kiu, I'. A Maripiand, of New York ; II. S. I la) is, tieorge W. Allen, I!. ,1 Lock l.tnd and It. ( . Keiins, St. Louis. Tim reporl of Ihe first vice-presidoiit diovved the billow ing operntions for Hie tear hKi: (iio.s einiiing $;,l,',l(. "7 opeialiug expense, ;),!)itl "); sin plus I'liuiingK. 'j,.!, Hi I, Mil, troiii ivlndi taxes and lixed chin ges are lo be deiliicti'il ; percentage ot opclallng expenses lo eitiniiigs, :t,'i 7-10 ; lllllll of tons curried l,i,,'JJI ; liuinber of passengei, cal lied, l,'Jlli,Jll). in: m I'lti.ni. i in iti . 1,1.1 ..I Cases llai.il.Ml ll t II t.'.l.,.' .la) . (..ill'! stun, Mnri'li lo. The su lire. ue conn lo-ilav handed down decisions in Die following cases: II, W. l.al lagher.v Co. vs. I 'in .mi .v.- i:il!s, from lliirus eouiitv; alllrnied. I'. W. Cal. lagher ,v Co. vs. (Joldfraiil;. I'rank -i a., limn l.ouitles count); reversed iml r. 'iiiaii. led. tiulf, loloriulo ,V -iiiiln l'i- railway vs. Charles (iallo .i), irinii Harris count); atlinncil. ISrilisli, I'oit'lgu Insurance company Vs. l, olt. Culm mill ,V Sunlit I'erailwav, liom ( ialvestou coiiulv; itlllrmeil. M liraubeiihelmer vs. L. ,V II. Ilium, irinii I loo. ton coiiuly; nillrmed (r. purl of Walker, I'. .1., ndopteil). "s. .lacobs, It'iiiheiin t Uo, vs. .1. . I law kin. et al., Irinii Hunt .oiiitly; million lot rehearing overruled. Cilv ton, Houston ,-, San Aiiloulo ruilwny vs. C. I. Cage, from Uviildo count); million lor leheaiiiig over ruiid. Clara I). and iluliii -tilngor vs. )s M. Swei.son, Ir.im 'I'rnrU (iii... v ; motion lor lehenrliie over rn'i'il. An, nil.' .tin i.ii Kllll.e' UR RECENT HEAVY SALES DEMONSTRATE THE ABOVE FACTS. !lo..' speciai says: Xotwitl.stm.diug til , the .Missouri Car and Foundry coin- Yours raiTimiuy, CAMERON, CASTLES &. STOREY. paiiv, who nave leii.en inu tiiiuii.it railwav .bops here and will hereniler lOiidu' I Hieiii, have imi.iiu.ed tbev tho sliitus of it -ity mid incorporating iiowledgeineni nun n is n lie is in . v. the grand royal arch chapter of' lstei.ee. Mason.. 'I'he remainder of the lime 'i in; .ti. t.'in ,t siiniti.. wits spent in fllibiisluring ami gen-' end foolishness. tlallnr) l.lo.r llaril ami I'n.i .,n iK.lkiATlfr vi.iit t 'liirliiicii. Heel I M.f.lM.Allth noiia. (inlve.ton, March ID. -The uccideid Die Hon. ton insiiraure hill is ,,,,t, .i,..,,.l.li. vi.,,,,,. r ,i. m..i iloomeil to defeat. t.,-.. ii i,,,,,,.!,,.,! ,', ii, ,.,,,, n.,'e.i I'feiillc 1,111 proviiliiig for the , reeforfortiigas.w.istheiirliieiiiiil tonic etas- ncaiion nmi (iiposat ot the min-,ol- conversation in imninu cinles lo eral lauds ol the .tale, will be import- ,IV, Nothing 0f anv delinite nature ed unfavorably upon by the cmnnilt- 1!0,(lrlg tm vessel could be oh- tK"; , , ., , ,.,,, .,, , . titiueil from the agent, of tho line I andolpb-land-1.11 wil l. report- lul-0. The Alamo wu- one of the en to liu ua inu muni iiy lliu column- -1, n ol t in lie. "she nrr v..i i. thi. port on her maiden voyage, Osiohurl, loAS. She Is comina'n.leil bv Capl. Holger, one of tho mo.t reli alilo navigators in the lino, .-she left hero on her twenty-tlrst voyage on tho 4th Inst, with three diblu unit ivveuiy mceriigo pniseiigem mnl it canii consisting ol ,us- bales ot cot ton. .'7- bilc-ol hblcs ami kdis. tec, n n number ot other a ri al read v before the lioiuo. A bill by I'aiiblan, of Wllllanumi. making persons who wreck Iriiliu lit reiitou of which people are killed, guilty of murder. 'I'he 1 o Joker.-' I lie i:.i,sllli,i llrlll. New Orleitiis, Mnrch 10. A uiili- tarv drill under Hi" nuspicus of ihe giiveriiiueiil of Louisiana lakes pluc early in May, Six thousand dollars ill pi ue. will be dittlibliteil, inrlud lu' mediils bv Ihe exposition nnuingi). ment. lll.lrui II v I l.iol Xeit fiiirne, N. ;, Nmfo'l , Vit., March lo.--inielll-gene.- has been leeeived of a (b'siriie. live lire lusi night itl Netvbiirue, .V. C. 'I'he Centrid hotel nod Iwentt 'iou.es (.lores) werede.trovi'd. l,o,s $100,1.1 mi; in-iirai ji.MJ.iHH). 'I lie lllln.,1. .i.,ii..i.ii) , I spiingiidd, Mnnh 10.-ln ll.e joint iiB.cii.hly, lo senators nmi re, resens lalives answered roll cull. Streelcr voted I'm .1. C. lilink. Allium 1 till meiii lo-moriow. I he Cull Slrlltr, I'iti.biirg, .Mareli 10. - The con miners strike is in a gtnundlv tin! chaiigetl coudilliiii. About 1,000 men uru on the strike and S.ooo nt work. '1 lie .tllilnllr .Hills sl.nl Halt o. Jjivvreiieo, Jlas.., March 10. The Atlantic cotton mills shut down one third of its machinery. Four htin tl i ott oporutlves itro thrown out. t siunkiiitf li.bsceo is "Lllllc Win TIIK VI.V1IIII Ii, VMI'KII. ICoili, Mnrch ID, Natives nnlving here to-day rciiort the reason lor Id Madi leaving Khartoum is lie fears be would bo assassinated by some ol the many enemies jealous of his sue. com, who would take this inoile ol doing away vvilli him, their rival. l)tl.SKNhl(IS IN IIIK MAIini'M IIANKH. Korli, Mnrch ID. A lues.iiger from Korilofitn repoils a rising against the authoritv of the Mahdi's uncle. There is great dissension alining the rebels. 'I'be Maluli has gone l.'Ui miles abov e Kburtmim. iin:i.iMi. Am nniMloi'M i'aiii:'s Hi't i'i;smiii. Dublin. March 10.- liuv. Dr. Walsh, problem of M.tyiiootli college, lias been elected archbishop of Dublin lo sutci'i'd the ileceiised Archbishop Me C.ibe. Wtlsb is a iiiodorato home ruler, and the selection plea.es the I'riii'Illtes. Dratv.liokei' Is lllllcb ilnarei' Hum n ot- draw on uu Opera Full' t i" uelte v ri;iti;.ti. si .t'i'i:ui: i . 'I III' t'.ilislliui.llall llllil I'ruillicliiillfil llri'iiil.tulf.. Washington, March 10. The report of consumption and distribution of corn mnl wheat troiu tho statistical returns of the department of ngri ciiltuio shows 37 l-a percent, of the last crop of corn remains in the farm- is huiids. against tti per cent, on the l.'lll.l. rirc.ts. ' Si. Louis, Mnr.li lo.-ltlshop Unites, ol Alton, having given eminent, the old bell belonging lo the Catholic church at Uitskiiskia, Ills., some sixty mill's south of here, ami once tho sunt of the Spaiiisli umpire in tliu .Missis sippi vnlley, tuts heeu sent to the worlds exposition at .Xuw Orleans. Il is Hio lirst bell that over tolled vviiot of tlie Allegheny inoiiiilnlns; vviis cast nt lti.cl.ello, France, in 17tl.and was oresenteil by Ihe king of France to lleryittle, for the parish of Kaskaskia, where during the past 1 10 years it has been lu inc. Ilielr aim. Were sllc.lt). New York, Mnrch 10. Tho l.'ultctl Mules grand jurv has found it joint indictment against Cttpt. Chas, llerkett, until recently beittl of the siioelitl agents ol the department nt the custom house, and Capl. .lames S. Schalker. his nssistaiit. 'I'ho indict ments were founded upon infortun ium obtained by the custom-house commission during their inquiry into the cbitrgus of iiiidervnliiatlon of goods nt Ihe custom house. The cliiirges ngniust these ollicer. tiro re ceiving bribes from Importers. Xo warrants have yet been Issued. t I'm in liltn.i. N'ew York, Mnrch 10. Tho exec uiive comiiiilteo o( tho Western Un ion Telegraph company to-tlny rec omuiDudt'd tlie piiyinetit of 1 1-2 per cent, quarterly dividend April I. A lllsllll.r) D.'.lruyr.l. Lmisulle, -Mnrch 10. '1'liu vvhitky ciUili'd.hmciit of Williams Ilrtii. was pad Lilly destroyed by lire Hits morn-lit"-. Loss, 5,15.000: Insured, i: n I ' rf?; m I 9 I i! . i d 1' iHl ml lim ii- tt 33 V i-S I - m n 'i n iri in :. I n i 16A li ffil i U!