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Waco Daily BY BARTOW & CRAVENS. rACO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL ;u, 1SS5. VOL. XniI.-NUMBER 149 Oh Irl $K D EL R Examiner. i ii '' MEN'S YOUTHS' AND BOYS' 4fc 5 I Low Pfices for Stylish WE ALWAYS LEAD, for we have the largest Cloth in-,' Department, largest aril best assorted stock of Clothing, poll more Clothing and at Lower Prices than any other house m the state. tYe have no time to fool away in talk, but we Hll yon to come and see for yourself. I Note Prices for Well-Made Clothing! !l wool Men's l.ergl .( K SUITS. $10.00. 15oy s and 'l onth's s s r ai r i i T Low l''iurci T S S Gentlemen's l l) i: it K I'llliro Allien K S SI vies. ,s S -' .s IT. II J Sl)les in lll'l M ITS f Ustnlll Made. I' I Snpi''l mil Clin ked Su-ie Lit Coals imI Vels. $3.50. T S M Youths' :ind s s u r M Cheaper Mi M I Inn M I K ill any K I I! I'reviniis Sea-ou. !' j Mm All-Wool m-iiucrc I'anls. $3.00. 1'iiti anil t.iocii SI Iped llhil I'l.'iiil Seersucker I'lUlN 'Mill Css. $5.00. I 'lire lliein SANGES BROS. KELLUM & ROTAN, SOLE Ar.eNTS ELL KNOWN 1 w FLOUR: Success, Cream of Kansas, Perfection, Zephyr, White Rose, Roller Patent. ALWAYS IN Rye Flour, Hominy, Grits, Oat Meal, Blaekeyed Peas. "CAMERON, CASTLES & STOREY, ii OLESALE W A We are Sole N. K. FAIRBANKS & SOAPS AND LARD. Extra Family, Alhambra, .& A. PATTERSON & T,,os. Williams & Yours Truly, CAMERON, CASTLES & STOREY. rtment. Clothing Will Lead' Cusfoni-.Miide All-Wool Oroy Cnssi- liioio SuiK $15.00. Youth's Well-Made litisliiess anil lire.'-' Sulls. I tl in l.ilien Suits, I 'I I.s and SolhK $3.00. S I I T S i Cut-Awny lei. MniV A II-Wool Cas-mii'le I'allK $3 50. .Men's , Sill; I'inish ('hurolatc anil I'oige si Striped anil I'laiil Scor-i'- , peker Coats mid l, ' Ve-I.-. I'! $8.50. FOR THESE BRANDS OF STOCK. GROCERS, O O . Agents for CO.'S UNEXCELLED Standard, Lakeside, Jewel. CO.'S !;: CELEBRATED ;; SHELL ROAD TOBACCO. Co.'s Panther Tobacco. THE SEASON for ever shown m this city. It will be to the interest of purchasers to take advantage of the bargains offered in these come more than about once in a lifetime. So be early and get a good selection. NO MORE HOPE i Russia Slans Pnnlnnri in thn 1 J Face by Occupying an Afghan City. 1'iic i:iikimi rtt'i't itfKin to Mote, unit .ill Hope ol I'ciiee Is .tliiiut I'nsscil. Till key Asks Itimsii i K Vl'liul Mil- Mltiill llo .lliiiul llei Stmt ts .ill AlliulMf. Sweden mill .Vomits. ,11m ini; for .ciltinllty Oilier I'm- fiu ii ." v mitt It iiiiiin . lilisil.i. in nous. UI'KHIA llll'll'IIIS AMIIIIl:ll U'lllU.N London, April 29. A Standard special sai s: ' I lie liiissians hai oc cupied .Mornchak, twenty miles south I'lViijilrli on 1 1 1 o Mii'rghab rier. The atneer, while careless, about I'e'n jileli.atlaeheil ytoiil iliiporlalui In Mernelmk." .miiiiii.i.inii tin: murrtiiatN Aim v. St. IVtorsluir;.', April "Jit. Ituii-ia lini onlered tho liioliilialioii of her "Oiithern arinv anil il is i.siiiiateil that JiKi.t ioo iiie'ii will he availahh. iti'.sxiA ui:ii:i-r.-i concii.iatouy mi:as- I'UKh. l!rivMj. April '.'U. A ilispateli from St. lVteiv.ljuitf'.ayH: '-A eiiuueil liclil at the palace to-ilay at whieli the var prcsiiled rejected the pripo-aN nt M. Hedier. to mlopl concilialorv ineaMiiN to.vanl lliilaml. The reply of the ltiLN-ian j,'iiveni inent to i:nrl (Jriiiivllli lirinly main laiiiH the tenor of foriner diipalrheh. lliat.MA.NY, KKAM'li AMI AI'STIIIA KOI1MIMI A.Nia'TUAI. l.liAHI'l:. l!ei lin, April J!i.- I'rame. (ieriiuitn and Austria have heeu ilieiitsn it project for the promoliou of a neutral fn;iiit ami have invited llalv ami I'm hey In Join tin hut neitiier of Ihe latter powers have as yet (,'iven a decided reply. I'HAM'K Ki:ii.itiis 'i in: I'i:i:mii:u" M'Kiril Ah A I'lll'I'AI Kill' WAU. 1'arl.s, April -.".i. The uuiriuii;: newspapero here in their eiiiuuieiilN to-day on (ilad'lone's speech, regard it m a preface of war. IliatMA.NV AI'I'I.AfllS (II.ADSI'ONI:. llerlin, April 'J'l. (ilnilxloneV speech in the coiuinoiis mi the vote of credit is jeiicnill) applauded lij the (Jeriliail press. Ill SSIA.N M'.WlAI'iaiH KOI!IIIIIII:n In I'llINT NY W'Alt M:Vk Odessa, llllssia, April J!l. -The l!us sian reserves are inoliull.lii);, and all liilsiness traiisaelioiis beinj; entered into huru are uudeitaKeii siihject to heavy war risks. Tho. IJiisslau jioven'imeiit has ordDred the Southwestern railway to prepare several hundred railwaj 'carriages- and have them ready at as early a date in possible, for tlit'piirpiie of eonveviuj,' troops. It is reported here that all newspapers published within the Itiissian empire hare been forbid den to print auytliin in reference, to current events in central Asia. 'II I II (.Alt I't'KIIINU IIIINOJb. St. IVteishur,', Apiil '.'. I'ifly slims linvo been sent from liloll" to Kiiilaud. The ear has sinod orders for the equipment of the whole llrcl. The Itussiaii minister ot maiiiie has e 'inpleted an inspection all the forts at Cronstadt i:.Mii,isii .m;ii s. i;itUlollc'f. spcrcli .tiproeil It) All Kllllt ICl'IIISI'H Coiii-IIIiiiIihi lil nr Vrrr rcriiiln. IX.SIDK I'OINTS (IN 1 III: SITUATION IN AFllllANInTAN. lOiuIoti,April'.'9 - ItwasdiiriiiKtlie ineelin,' at Itmviil I'ludi tlieanieerlold l-jirl Dull'eriii that he regarded the occupation of I'eiijdeh of little con-e-iiiuiice, yet lie attached Ihe greatest iiuporlanee to the retention of .Manic link, which is half-nay between I'enj ileh and llalainurghab. Once the Itussianu ','iiu tliat point they will hi able to threaten liall.li and cut oil' communication with Cnliul, The lat est Itiissinn advance in expected lo brini; the ijuestiim to a crisis, fur rent opinion is that ItiHnia is rcalli secretly prepariii),' forwai much more rapidly than oho appears lo be, the Uussian papers bciiiK warned to se crecy. It in reported tho khan of llokiirnli has earnestly wnrned the aineer not to neglect (abnl and llalka while laUiii),' step to protect Herat, 11 the Ku.slaii arm) i iiinsinj; in Turk eMaii. near Samarascand, with the In tention of nmrchiu,' on I'.all.b and proclaliiiinj; Ayoub liliaii ameer while the Aft,'liaiiitiiii army whs en i;nj,'Cil at Herat. Ili letter to the ameer concludes : '! know for certain lliu Itlissians intend not to march bi voiiil Herat, but will cut jour line of ietreat toUiihiil ami Knjjland'. Hue ol retreat to t.'iinilaliar." WHAT M'MMUKS SA1S AltOUT IT. London, Apiil -". -In the hoiiso of coinmons to-day Lord IMniuiiil 1'il. man rion read a telegram from i.uii. I.uiiisdeiiat Tirpui. April Si, which mentions that the governor of Herat had received i report that Ku.tiiaii troops had advanced upon .Miirne bat. TIIK KPSOM UACIfl. I.oiidou, April -"J. Tin rllv i'l Hiiiliurbaii haiidiiiip nee run at lip soin lo day, as uon I". Ibrd "f I' rce iloiir MiMah'iii t nnl Wnodlail-. Ilor.l light goods is at linml, tuul wo have opened and put on sale The bargains that we oiler tins week in the following lines Virlorln Lawns India LllWlls, l'crlan Lawns', Kgyptlnii Lawns Linen de Imllii, Linen Lawns, thi: Titi'Miiauat'H opinion. Loudon, April 29.--The Times in a review of tho recent pat actions of Kiissia says: "The spirit thus re vealed gives little hope that Knif lanil's lat overtures will receive a at- isfnetory reply, ami reliial to treat i upon thai basis will pou that basis will involve a din o- maiie rupture winch l nut little re moved trom actual war. what wii.i. in: Tin: ai.manti:s-no lHIUIIt' OK WAK. London. April 29. - Tho speech of (Gladstone in the house of commons on Monday upon the vole of credit of :..ri,lHMj,lKu was received with pro found interest throughout Kurope. and published in lull in all newspapers. It lias dispelled any idea entertained heretofore that Lngland will make concessions to I'usshi. The general opinion of the press is- that the speech uiaKi's war certain, anil ine news papers an tilled with discussions of proliable alliances the respective belligerents may form in the event ol war. now thought lo be so near at liniiil, not being conllned to Asia, but buiiiif eMeiiiled to Kurooe. A Ni:W KMII.IJ.II WAK HIIIP. London, April 29. The teel man-of-war llnwu was launched at I'eni liroke, U'ales, jesterday. Tins new addition to the llnlish' navy carries in gnus and will have a crew of 1 1 A men. The Howe is a twin-screw, steel-armor plated, barbette ship id '.,700 tons burden and 7,.MMi horse power. inspictinii Tin: PNdi.lsll TltoopS. London, April 29. The Duke of ('anitiridge, commander-in-chief of Ihe iirinv, lo .1 i ipi . i I ,. ton., at Ahli'i'shol ii ii u lor active ser e in nidi . orders 1 "i .viir. TlllIM'.WHI'.M'iai 111) LoiiiIoii, April ' ' patches from 4 'aim firm the rcpi-it p . diuirmd Des I irlm,- i . I lOgyplicn idl'aii lias , -Tin: i.vsr impi. ir ei u London, A pi il '-'.'.- , I vance south of I'enjd . t lion ol Maun !i il. i'- . liainentar cir. Is us L, least hope ol pi ai e, . cursor ofa lins-iaii all rat. Tin: mi in 1:1. i-i.i:k . in Loudon, Aj ril .Ml. i ,, i sn , lleel is coining I.. on !i TAI.I.V i.M. i. .it 1 .:-! London. Api I2'.- Iho -nbtu(it lit coiimil jeslei.la dlsi iissud thfi iiie t ion of Ihe lemovii! ol'ihe Irish Crime Actand the t;.e. iimciit will make Ibis mailer the lirsi hii-iiip-s of par lianienl afler the re iistrlbuitiiii-uf seats lull has bei n 1 .poi-cil Tin: A-riAci: i.n miiiihiik a ri a- (III 1ST Vll, l vi lo . m hi -, v llo.MIK. London, Apiil -', II ,- MaIi-iI thit the goM'iiilueiii . .!. 1'ieiiid an im portant luenioi.i.idi i' I ' in I.- pi I Hllli'i-in. viceroy of India, upon Ihe news ol Ihe Indian government upon Hie action of llllssia since Ihe begin ningot t In existing controvciM over Ihe delinilive hounilir) of ltuss'in ami Afghaiiisilan. Tim Mandaril, refer ring lo theocciipalion of Miiruehtik by the Itlissiaiis, in an editorial mi -': "There can be no ipicslion of Afghan piovocanoii in mis iiisiance. I lie or- eiipaiion oi Aiaruciiak siamls out boldly ami inidisguiedlv as a clear invnsion of the territory ol Afghaiiis lau, wllhoul even Ihe pretense ol mil itary necessity. Assuming that the news of the occupation of .Marnchal. is correct there is little room lo doubt that it can lie considered am thing else than a deliberate act of a'gg'e sion, and this act of aggression has tin; appearance of being speclall. eho-en in order that there imiv Ik nil possibility ol further mistake. It is a deliberate brunch ofa solemn cove nant, a tlagraut violation of Kussin's promises and assurances," -- TISHKIIV'S STIl.u is. I lie lliiriliiiiillis mill lliisiliiirns the Iii) s--IIKiiiiir( li's liniiil. Constantinople, April 29.--.The powers have, through their represen tatives, verbally urged Tin key to maintain neutrality in the event ol war liolu cen Kuglnnil and liussja. M. Xicholotr, tliu Kussian embassador, hits had a special iiudienee with the Miltati, in which the liiissiau states man insisted that It was absoluteh necessary for "jthe 1'orte to maintain strict ncutrnllti in ca-o of war. tierinaii olliceis me at present en- aged In inspecting the forts nlon the Darilanelles.aiid the I'orlv Is raiiid- ly erecting ilelenslvo works on the ' liosiihoriis Tlio sultan has ordered tho heights tif'l'hrapltitulio fortified ami Turkish agents have been sent abroad to pur chase torpodo boats on the sultan's account, The porlo on .Sunday hist telegraph ed to lierlin a mines! to I'rliicu Ills iiiarck for his opinion on the Anglo liiissiau olieslioii and the attitude proper I'm Turkey lo ussiiniu if these powers go to war. It is slated that the (ierinan chaucellor's prompt res-1 ponsn has not yet been made public. , It is known, however, that the Tin k- Mi ministers held a special meeting icstcrday lo consider liisiuarck's re-i 'ph. i. on no., illicit i:iniA.Mii:. lliil'lil liirlitliiiiis In Prices m i'ou! sols iimi itiissiuii sci'iiriiics, LoiiiIoii, April 29, 1 p. in.- Consols! unfiled this morning at 'j:, . tor ! i both money and account. In n few i ration- made his election possible ami mouicnln il declined to 9.ri, which I hi Hilioiis sime have been delib-:i-l lower than the closing last night, crate niul within the limits of Hie At litis time they have advanced I highest duly. So more 1 1 illicit tusk slightly mid are iiioleil 9,'i 1-H. ever devolved upon a man than upon liiissiitu securities are steady. i (Jrover Cleveland upon the day ot his 1:20 p. in --Consols haui fallen to inauguration and in my judgement, 91 7- lor both accounts. I tin has on the whole done remarkably liiissiau securities weakened and ; well. (Cheers. Tld i, the ruciid fallen lo n.',. I time of his uiliiiiuislnitioii. He must 1:1.1 p. in. Consols and Ku-sian so-' lorinulaln policies ami encounter erit 1'iirllies verv unsteailv: at 1;J o'clock ! icim from his imliiital oiuioiieuls. consols were 9.1 1-Hi. Illteen minutes litter they had fallen to 9.1. ' 2:) p. m. t.oiisols ',1.1, at il Ihev rose to ni l-p; and at .'lin they fell in 9.'. fur both accounts. Draw poker h mtn-h i nit Operii I'lill'l igurctlc' thin Keren India Lawns, Kclt'lV Persian l.awlis, Lcrow Kgi pilau Limn-, Colored India Mull-, Colored lVr-lan Lawn. I'rinli'il Lawns, IT IS SETTLED. The Panama Question Decided by A'zpunrs Surrender. Uncle Sam was There. l.'CUllCllllllt 4'CIH'gc" is llllll- iiielteil, anil i.ivcs n SliniKlit 'lull: tlioill I'lei elnml. 1'iesiilelll (lei llllllll lliil.es Ai- IMlilllllll'lllN mill Itelllills ".(line (leu ii-lin niled lllllcluls. Cliicimo's ,e Itoiml ol'l'inilc. A (oinniiiiii iii Itiol l.'nl- ii'sioii stents 4'lini'V. A i i in, ri, Its. llpmirs Oltrt-s lt).'t'tl .llll..l.t(ltsls-'l'li' l.li..lllll iilliiii;. 11 the l roups V.u. m .. ii ' i- s-i -. i orreii mil i.si.iiu rs I'.iiiid nl Oali iKi -,.., Aprii "i hpi! ( ii lent pe.ieo o l!in mi i-nliirii, are The strenglh of the 'i lini iitrlied in I i.e. . -ill, , IK II- "tM 1 .t I' I . 'd 1) i in.'f ni .he! I. ne I !- ! tiid ,(iti illv o( .ill'l' oi I l i t-.ii l U't : in c iisi v i .r i we ;, ,' I j i-",. ii,',', Cut is'.-f -il Hui "!.i'- ' 'i',-l le.l tntn.-'i ii. .xpl ii.i) tiiiwi (oittrind ip m -onlort. Modoya and Kojes, liw wan williu(f to dislmud bir. forces, deliver iii their iirms and relirn Id prlvntu life tipou 1'ci'ta.tii couaitious: li'irkt -He would resign to gentle men who could eoiistit ul loiiiili- claim ; power. Second l'arii m lor political i1'- I li'iin i 'is -tub but prohn id ion tuul ' piiuishiiieiil of nil ollvlidiirs ni.iiiiisl the eon. iiioii In it in 1'ueiiiei Cilmi.tir It 'si win re on Hie l'i'im- Tln-i "i l' II) coli-iiliile ll'i Ii l in- ll on whieli Alpttru desiics to siiiiender. The commissioners have cniried them lei ins to tbu national cominaiider, who refuses to listen to any term. A 11 ii ill meeting of the consular corps in conjunction with admiral iloiielt, loiumaiiiler McCalla ami the contending powers, look place lid .illernoon when the best possible so- luiimi of tin present political tlillieul- ties was air.iiiged, Aipuru siirren ders uiicouililioiiall) and loge.ther I n ith his followers will retire from the 'i-ily. Accordidg to Hie treaty agiced ' upon and signed lo-morrrow. The 1 city together with all its revolutiona ry armaiiieiit will be turned over to the government ' troops under command of I Col. Ileyes. As soon as the govern ment troops enter the eltv Col. Mon toya will asHiiiue the civil mid mili I tari governorship ol I'miaina until Ihe icorgani'.atiou of the slate goi Vrnment. All political ollifidcis will receive a full pardon excepting Ihoso I imilicateil in die recent Colon iuceu diarisin. 'I'lien latter will be appre hended and trieit as criminals. The I government tioops are oxpecled to j disembark to-morrow inoriiiiig ( rinirsilay) at I o'i lock, and il is be lieietl eveivlhing will pass oil' pence ! (ully. ' ! 'ui;. ii.i.ii ii liiaiinii'.'i I'lic etv .lllmslcr to (.crittitit)' is ll.ilitileltcil lit lli-llitonl( os. Ill llopi'l Sic.cli, New Vork, April 29.- AI a bampicl tendered .Minister (ieorge II. Pendle ton last night at llciiuonico's by his civil-seivlce friends, when the ili.lin. (.'nished guest wiu lulrodiiced In i 'nHient Liirtis he was gieetd verv heartily with cheers which coiilinucil loi several minute-. In responding lo the toast, "Our guest ol'ihe ('Veil ing,'' Mr. Pendleton, said in sub stance: "1 feel so liniiil honored b) your kindness to-night Ilia! I cannot well express my gratitude, for words of lilting acknowledgment fall me. As I stand among ou I am painlully con scions how much more I owe lo your coiisitierale pnrnality than I do toiiny claim ol my own. I was groping in Hm daik with the .lenks bill ol the old tliu until Mr. Iloriuati IS. Kalou explained Ihe defects of that measure I then successfully urged tho passage of the civil service refoini bill." After i iii-i'iissiiig me iiemeriis oi hid spoils sislein Mr. I'cntllctoti conlluiied: "I i have great filth in 1'renhleiil (;ievo- laud )as u true Irielul of civil service reform, cheers '1'he buhl and manly stand he look in hi letter of acccptaiice ami in his earlier tlecla- Ho must aiipoiul olllce holilers, and many good men will be disappointed, but it is tbu dull' of hl jus! eoiiutri mill, however thei may feel ill. lined In . ritici-e him, to give him now, ill tin- 'iipreiiu in iiiient of hi' trial, that -uppoit itlmli the .ho sen ruler of i-.ii live penile is entitled to this wok the largest ami moat complete stock of White are beyond the reach of competition. They consist of I'linlcil IV-r-iiiti Mull-. Printed l'oisiali Lawn, I'liiiloil Organdies, l'rinted Linen Lawns, Ami Hit greatest bai gains mSatteoiis ever tillered. ri'iiiie. (ieiillcmeii, I mingle n he.iiest (oiigralnlations with yours. , Up 'li the eminent success our good eaii-e has nllnineil, ami thank "win one auo an lor nils iiineiing token o lour consideration. Mr. lVmllclon was iiislilv cheered upon the ci Iiisioii of his remark" lie will sil Satiirilai for llreim-n on the sicauier Llhe. M.mi.isK i en n,i. nun. M'HIcrs mirilcrcil lor 1 llnillii; to l.iMiite on Pill. Hi- l.uiiit., IimIosciI ! l.rnllu'r.' Vtiliiiiglou. April 29. Senator Villi H'.wk has called the attention ot the president, secretary of the interior I and the altorne -general to the tact I that several eilieli" of Neliraska hale ' recently been murdered ill eon.e iiuenee of their attempts to re-estab-' lish homes under the public land laws w illiin the iiiclosuie known ae llrlol. ton rnncbe, ill that state. The sena tor urges the administration to nkc arbitral-., measures, under the author ity of the anli-fenciiig law, to remove the leiices and open Ihe public lands for seltleiiienl. lie thinks tin slow and uncertain processes of the emiii do not meet the reiiiireuienls ol the case. I'M'Sllll'lHlul .tlolllllll('. Washing-Inn, April 29. The presi dent inadi! the following appoint meiiis to-tlny: Charlei L. Scott, ofAlabaimi, niinlsler resident ami coiisul-geneial to Vene.uelii; Warren (ireen, of Ken tucky, consul-general at Kauaawa, lapan: .lolin I). Itaenu, of South IJiii ollna, charge d'allalres lo Paraguay ' ' i' l'i ni i.-. I'o In I'mteil Mules consul, ltrr- llutlil t.'rei in biiiim. ol Calif., ruin, al Apia; Albeit Laruiii.ol' New Vork, at l!i emeu: .Insepb II. lliiirlies, ol t ' " '" l !l . i .i".' I'le i'c' ii,,', .i.iin. I. ! 'i.i.-l.i .., ., .. ni J)r. ,,. i i i"iir . ,"iicn .if '. tii!ilvi(-i ai i eliiiie '; '. ! !' V ifi '.'! .1 ;, '' i . i il ii. 1 ,n. litiililntinl lt'ie,im,i-Ht. U i-l.intii , ,.... .". Tnfi ;',. ,. ...( i i-il.ti .in,,!.. .,l,l,i-i !S -,','..- nsiiis i.( ti.Unim''. '.': b iv. mi.i.t.,1 ( Hi.-(,- ii-nii'i d.-p-t mi ui vi,,. f u 'l'",r!,i!' u,iv,. ,')., vi, tlh'll ).. I.,. i v.cp'i'i i-i ii;.. . !', t ,ii(i ' eh l'i ' V !l Vki-.. "i'i'. Iit.lHijtii-i'i . "i- in !( .,ln' i , ,,.,! (,i;i.t!i ,.; t'.ti niu vlor nci ui'i, ; i ... t , ( the rmTuVitl if mi Vf,t.. t , is." Irom the Judinu 'Jeno-.., . (Vii.i uiul Wiwhington Teiritor'y. ritn Dlnvvlnii.t H- Pnitliltii sirn (Kiilllllltin. Wnj.hlngit.il, April 'j)- In view of lin ctcellonl records niul di-lingiii-l.i'tl senbes oi the follniuiig mimed on-"ill- Ihe prcsitlcnt bus lo-dn. de- niul Ihat thev slutll 1. tallied- V T. i.renuell ni I'.rmlt'iid lug Lit le T Allium, at (ieii-iH, and Samuel W. Dlhney, at hayal. I'rof. Kasmun l, Anilcr- siiii iiialilied at the slat ile pailinelit to-tlai ns minister resltlenl mil consul general to lieiimark and w ill ooii sail lor f ' ipeuhagen. sliirliliin's .1 litiliiiliii,' Trie, l he I'll lit l- Ii. hi. Washinglon, Apiil 29.-Ccneral Slierldnu expects to leave Washing ton in u lew dais on an Inspection (ourof the niiliiary posin ol Ihe west. Owing to light icceipts and hesvi dishiirsiaiieuls during the present month the public deb! statement tube is I on llr-t pro, will show slight If any reduction. set ri li.rj null, on ll.i..s tlir I null ol Hie Illll.-riiiti-e llclitrt'ii linn sell uiul I. .Ill nil sin rlili. o, Salem. Mass., April 29. -Judge Lu dienli. seiieiaiy of war, was seen at his ie-i.li iiiv last night, and was asked about the alleged (Inference be tween hiiusilt ami Lieut.-tien. Sheri dan. 'I he -cert lary said he was much sii'pii"i al Ihe publication, for, as tar a- lie w a- cornel lied, there was not a wind ul limb in t. His reb.tioiis with (.en. sheiiii.iu bad been of the iiiii-I iiudial li.ilure. lie knew of no dlU'cii me In tweeu them, and conhl noi understand how the rumor was stalled. ( III! ll.O'S Cllllll .. 'Ilie 'Iiil'iiIIIi i in iii lloitril ol Trillin llnllillii' Oin-Mi'il 1 i sli rill.) . Chicago, April 29.--The splendid stiuclure erected for the use of the Chicago board ol'lrade, at an expense of sy.'iMyioii, was formally dedicated this afternoon. The exercises were very simple ami partook ot the lorm ot a niimlier ol addresses interspersed w ilh orchestral music. The day was perfect, ami long helore tin-beginning o( Hie progiiiin a large ciowd wa thronglug nhoul the gieat building or pioceeding up the broad stair iuto the main hall or leading room -the largest room employed for the jiurpo-i! in Ilie world. Heio and 111 the galleries were assembled an au dience oiM.iKK) persons. Nearly ever) (M'hange in Ihe Cnioii was repre sented in tlio audience, including dcligntcs Irom Lnglaud ami Califor nia. At 1 o'clock Ittiv. Clinton Locke of this city inaugurated Ilie proceed lugs with player ami was billowed b) .Ino. I!. Ueitsley, cbalinaii ol the building committee, who foriuall) turiitil over the building to K. Nelson lllake prokiileli! of Ihe board who re sponded ill a hborl speech. The chief addii'ss was then delivered by Linory A. Storrswbo wits lollowed iii a sboii spcnhbi represciilaliven of tlio vin itilig boilies. ('liir.iiiii's riiiiiu.iisis, A llmll ol II III Hulls, liillliii: Iiiih. siliis snili, ts.itilll ii I, ml) ami sink.' I liriuls. Cliicngo, April 29. A tleiuniislra-j nlslit'd the follow lug live stock bullet tlou by the anarchist section of tin) in for Hid week ending April Ith socialist,! last night. Is the suhjert of Vlce-I'iesldciils Miln mid Slouerond coiisiilerablo I'ommciit to-tlay. While I of Now Mexico, report flue weather the pnllco prevented them from up-; ami no disease. Cattle and horse are proacliing tlio new lio.inl ol traite hall, which was Iheir objecllvo p lilt, the) were periuiiieii u permitted lo make night hide- nils lit their cries on soon (il the downtown Iboroiiglilnrcs. Their : nili.nl iiiimbers were not large and il Is ns. cited that mill fortliollcnisegiv- ell them lliej woiibl not have elilcicd l'rinted Kgyptlan Linen, Hamburg Kiubrohlory, .Mull Ktnbroidery, Swiss Kinbruidery, All over Lmbroldcrics of nil while nuil colored. kim lines, as the chances umnces i In un-lini; alniiit Economy . ' . w .'" "iiiiiin tlo so I'Msier than hy iroing 10 P. STTJRGIS & OO.'S ID -l-Oi: liilics' I. ail its' I.Milip.s' XoHp.irl-, ",")(, Sid itnil $!.()(). ()MM-n Slinpcrs, arw, 7w, !)()( tuul Sl.OO. I' ivnt'li liitl li;iiiil.scv(.(l !u(ltiii i;iv $1.00 lor at other iilaccs. vmi .Men's Wiitikeii fust shoes for Si'wo, worlh $lf,). A worl.l of all st yles of Mom's, Vo.tths' ami K,V.V Fine ami Me.lium Shoes of the lies! makes, ' "".'"" Our prices n-e o;iiaraiit(e 7") I lie Iraile. in 8. P. STDI &&'$ TRAW HAXS-'A'o:ldy of thftin. any House .n Waco. i. ..! S . ;. V 1.1 ; A "II V.'i Vi- tl.iiti) tiinui: -K'.itUf's -,, b i'i f ( mn'i t , I''-'. l.vlt' II.: S I I t 'arid wii i.i"ied ! n n.'.ke .'i u.il H-! it (i'o--ii( i, ,i . ii'M-.- i,.', 'i niu- ot tbi moil i ' '":' .; ii' c.i'.-i ,, n',i m s;oti v '1 I'V llli.k'! 1 1 ,llli! .V t iiHtt 1. I -In -Mr- .YAilM ' "Il 1,1 .' V i ,1' in.'i,.iii, ) i , 1 '., 'i'Iju '; c PH'li-h Hint .. ni lirubi" 1 ii. -j f. II : Oi 1. .'ir 'a- i.n .1 f ...-j, ii ilruir-store. In. in ,. ,.' t iiiesstiu m.r wOtllltlD. Mill! Whs mi- ulili) to aj who ivo-i) the lu-sHilantti, am! neither the policemen or upectB lors could ihvi'guale I hem. Some llH'lllbeis ol (he mob ivern sh. iiiiiin, it ine eiinuigii iiasvi.ti bond of trad, mm, M Here's a ( ine l" UK' Olllil..),! il ,,,.,. ti. n. .,-,! lair stato that the men in the proces- sion wero all ar d with revolvers. Olio of their speakers,, uaiiied I'leldeii, beforo the piocusslon Btarteil said: "Tlio black lla is to be iiii lurleil when Ihe board of I ratio Is opened." "A hoard ol (rutin menus starvation for the poor," and other similar statements. CAIiVliVIIIX's lilllM ' I M'HIPil n llilirlinio lion 'I rit t'lcrs. i:ims. Calveslon, April 29. The agony over the aldermauic contest Iiiih end ed to-day. Tho committee of the whole ol the city council presented a inajoiily ami minority report. The majorlly report, rejecting the returns liom tlio Kleicnlh waul ami tle elarllig N. W. Cuney legalh elecled as alderman from the Twelfth waul, was adopted by a vole of 9 lo2. Aldermen Large ami McDonald sub milled an exhaustive minority report which was voted down. AI 2 p. in. '"- rrmv the committee of the whole will liiil,li. the mayoralty contest, which now absorbs public attention and pi onuses to be even mote exciting than Ihe aldei iiianle content. Tie' steamship Aransas, of the Mor gan hue, arrived this morning trom Corpus Chrisii crowded with passen gers en iiiiiin to tlio world's expos', lion, and the eaplain repoits a large number led behind for want of ae comoilalioiis. Aller taking on 1,100 sacks of collee the Aransas sailed at 2 p in. lor New Orleans. I'tlllll 111,11 IIISMHIII. Illinois l( i. ri. it I l.i.i s, nr ('null' unit sin. 141. Us I'luoro.isl)-. St. Louis, April, 29. The recenl proi'lniuallon ol'tiov. Oglesbv of Illi nois, iiiarauliniiig entile from .Mis souri has created ijiiilo ii coiuiuotioii in various parts of the stale ami strong condemnation of the opposi tion lo it is cropping out in all direc tions, (iov. Mariiiaduke has tele graphed (iov. Oglesliy, isking him lo reconsider his action in declaring a iUaraiitini against Missouri. An opinion prevails that I iov. 0glcshy'o proclamation is without authority of law ami it is asserted thai if tlio olli cers of Illinois attempt to enforce It as it now stands the federal courts will lie Invoked lor relief. This ac lion is based on n decision of the I 'idled Stales supremo court Hint no slate can make an indiscriminate pro. position against the admission of eat tie I nun another slate and can only exclude such cattle as prove upon in spection or oilier aulhoiity lo be actu ually diseased. Mills 11)11 ( A l l l.i.ui;.,. I lie Out- ..tilt CiiiiiI lor .iliuli.'r Dim Vciir. SI. Louis, April 29. The executive olllci) of the National 1'iitlln unit Ilorsli Ci'iiuurk' i,ms,I.,i i,. i.na .-. doing splendidly. Karly spring rains ami the proseiit condition of the grass and Mock lutllcato Iho mo.l prosnr- oils season ever exiierleiici'd In- Xoiv Mexico eallleineii. The universal sediment of the local associations is nil verso to crowding the ranges, and cimileiim Ihe I idled States laud law (foods and .wi, nru nnnu cut prices in: for such bargain., Hrw.- . toi sucii .bjugainsdon't K-MkMMMMrtMMrDijuMWiWt vwudlifli ninir lo anvo l'.'ic. TiOc m- ftl on vim n,i..i YOll! Sliocs for $:.()i), llmt purccnl :iw per than any iioiiso toss IWftlittfl '.i ioiij lies, win. u i'yir- 'C ii, -' 'lUT-'. lit Ari..i.a h. i i ailed hoi 1,1.' ' in i; tbi gi i is ;: tine ttic tmi fl. 'I'M-!' Kiel Hie pi I SflSf'V l.t : Id nt'!. I'lii'taji' .ti'.". I lu: tii.il '. atiu an .1; "U - t (..I-.; , .l,M:u.i.. ,jia.vi. it V.nrlt on mi uit .,(,., Sllli ,iiirui-..ir. New t'ork. A n HI 'Jli I 'w.-..i.i , portioiH ol'tjen (,ri.nt'f thrum iv.,,., w hich broken don n Issues' liaie been .u.,f.ti i in. i,( iiiiv,. man ,'iaiiv iui proieil. The cancerous trouble ni the base of ihe tongue is neither loss. enetl noils it al preseul aggressive, but Is hlmpl) iUlescent. He lias now so lar improved phisicallv that his mind Is becoming engaged with block ing out win I; upon his hook. Thl,, occupies his faculties and Ihe result is good. When Dr. Douglas led (he house at H:.',i,,.ilay he remarked that the (ienernl hud better mill easier coiniuaml of (he organs ol'speecb than has been the casii sinco the iitlemlaiice of thetloclors hecaiiie constniil. lie said (he (Jeneral Was better than at any time in (lie moiilh. An lliiiul liiiirn i-itiint. New Vork, April 29. Doctors Itar keraml Douglas called this afternoon on (ieiieral ti rant when Dr. Marker said (ieiieral (.'rant was heller ami that there was an actual improve ment ill his condition. Tin; citiii' iti.vuiii . '"onillll il Corn, lllii-itt mi, Hills, Tllroiiulioitl I In, Union. Chicago, April 29. -The Karmers Itovlew lusiiiiimliig up the wheat anil torn crops in tho Cniti'd Slates savs thai little can be said in favor ol the winter wheat crop; that the abundant rain that has fallen has revived the life of the plants hut has allogother coiillrmed the reports ol a large pro portion ol Iho crop helngwiiitor-killed; that Hie oat crop bids talr to bo very large owing to the fact that tho coii dilion (il'lho wheat crop has caused iniiii) acres of winter wheat to bo up mid put into corn. It Oiling Mrllt.rs-- I r.nipsCullr,! Dili. .loliel, III., April 29.-TI111 sulking liliaii') men are again creating (rouble. A large force of them are reported on their way from Leiuont to invade tho .toilet quarries ami the national guaid troops have been ordered lo report for duty. 1 lie siiHiiilliii.tii.il liiivcritininl't IN.'.ilriilii)', Copenhagen, April 29. Sweedeu ami Norway are urging upon Den mark the expedient-)' of uniting with them in tlio issuo ofa procauiatioii, in tho event of war, declaring Uriel neutrality. A rn r 1-1 111; 1. I in nirj- niul mi liperii House. Kaliway. N. Y., April 29. A tiro earl) ibis morning lu Kremlin's car riage factor) getting beyond control oflireiuen, spiead to (ionlnn'd opera house ami both were soon in ruim. A .'Holster nil lor I'riiitcf. New Vork, April 29. Lx-.tiovernor McLane, ol Mar) laud, Ihe nuwlv up. pointed minister to Kratico, left this morning 011 tho stemner Xorinandle lor Havre. ('llfllKo rtn.lll.is (ills 'J,00O I'rolll llnlllllo. r.ulliilo, .V. V., April 29. S01110 Cliicago biiiikoinen swindled Joseph IteartUley, a promluciit real estate, dealer out ol ;I,000 yestcrtlay, ll'liitt nrt 'I'l.rkt. lnr .Slttp Uuluir Hero I Norfolk, Va., April 29. The Itus siaii corvette, "Strelok," loft IhU port at one 0'vlnel; this morning. Her ilcaliuatiim is unknown, Tliu "lltiuaviir' .Monitor. VnliiaraUo, April 29.- The celebrated otilior"Iluascar" Is about to tin ergo thorough repairs. i)& by 1 1 il 3 i' lr Mi K;V 1 i 11 i i ; i' it' s ; m AH ' I,- 'it T m hU-'-b!'l ' Mm