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E SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY MARCH 10. 1886.
3 M Uon . ft a 1? ! L 4 rt wl wwmflr Hp rrmnathv with this sinae, Decnuw : . ' . u the commerce of the country ;Q nnj onr) 1 for one. am not id J BVWllV - - P i . : I inform ntHl hv QUeS- tar as we know, you nave no gircv-. wmy,. ; a . ances. It will take us years to re gain the trade we have lost." At the close of ex-Mayor Stevens remarks loud calls were made ior Mr. John Hall, but that gentleman did not respond. Judge Lacy and others were called for, but did not make their appearance. MR, HOLLIS, OF PARSONS. A member of the executive board of the K. of L. was called for, and f 1 l..t,rl nVlOAN W came iorwara annum, ivuu ,aao. said that he had not come to the meet ing to make a speech, but there are al ways two sides to everv question, and he thought he would be able to place the other side before . . a v m . . n.r .ftft Wata d the ,-,! them m h.ve nothing whaler GTZ from what he aenommaueu-v. i,lovea.w "Some of the speakers iai n.g.i ;r - , . interview the re stated that the courts were corrupt . . tKi attention of Gov. and man ; yourself to tins r whenever meu declare ine juui- . iv..th aa insincere, ana 111- " - iiruifc wb'. ' ciarv corrupt, or that they are run by tpnJ.j to enlist the svmpathy of the : anv interest, it shows most cieany ( bU8inesa men 0f Fort W orth. actual k i - . a I - . i a rir l tinn Rn.fl ftarcaglK' rcuiuih, doubtless coming to the conclusion that his audieuce was not a congenial one cut his speech short. The committee oo resolutions an iwlf rpdv to renort. and DID GOD APPEAR prevented from doing so. It wss then do- . . Trial PftAt- cided bv Supt- Kerrigan to send a freight The "LheiTlDlIll ft ITW ponfd and a inaoG i cided bv SupL Kernn train west and preparation ;mn;tiv mHp to make no a wre train. locomotive i that the courts were P iii tKe attention of Gov. After considerable of I wait a locomotive manipulated by the railroads and Prter , made bv the ' r.me down the track manned by Kn- ?PioJ aavanvthinir as Brown to the charge made oy me N, j and Fireman Harrison and Hit WiUyou sayanythmg as Knight8 of that the order given 7orJa of inakinf? np a train was at on . IS? for the ereciion of repair shop o un. Superintendent Kerrigan and Tram Venue Granted. The Court Room Crowded and Intense Exeitemwit Prevails. the resolutions were read by the sec retary. THE RESOLUTIONS. Rarixed, That the citizen of Sedalia de- in its welfare of our city and of citiiens, whether or n t connected in any man uer with the railways. We belirve that if any grievance exist on the part of the employes against the pr t;,. RriIwmt company, that nave aoea iKa me tine Iti id hv the citizens of L11h tn.tu.rs could and should ill' ill, w " J CUV" - Oeaana inai s"" -r T r?: "T" L ' " Ar hv .rbitra- In order that you may underntand tne cn.e, . ;- matter fully, I will lay betore you a - hat mmUu uf,re in Au; fa.ts.w Producms: a written . Kirik. the ditruus const- statement he read it to the meeting. quenc8 oi which can not be for neen, but substance, as which can scarcely oe ex'- r r A I J n. nnMfrvtunil that M1V STrU'V o 1 1 i ii. .. .An r h i t rv I n V7 Miipr 4 ie uu u " . I0110WS : iu uiuvU v ----- t u.oK. i.iH k.fr- the railwiv r ra the last strike it became generally - nd from ali information which h,n fell . 7 . . 1 ti neut Dart in in sinae vu'im any ,usl cause iui i'"- 1 . .1 . .1 17 U 4 I rr - 1 :L vt f Villi charged. To prevent tnis me wkwtfm 10 me siric i j - Mwenf their executive Uard u, P-J S.C A - u; a onMiviir t induce mngR. u7 U1 .. .1 1:.: t Krnirht ftlmlU ' riirni oil lliru niore tne conuiuuii "i wnn - . 1 --o . . , -r 1 U the present strike of a portion of the me to MIV that o aKe ranie, .u,. 1 - . J A.M I no I 1 .1 A.w 1 Til HIITlHf I railway employes, as proaucuve - wnom tne cn&nie greatest injury to the inureste and Pfne1 jg one Gf the most independent, con servative and pure men adorning any bench. He k in the interest of no man or combination of men or cap ita'. w 44 What, in your opinion, wasthe eauso of the s rike on your road w "The sole reason ot the stnse wis the refusal ot the receivers to sign a proposed contract of date 26th Janu ary, 1886, of which this is a copy." The governor handed the reporter an extract which will be found repro duced in the general statemeot of the receivers, published below. 44 Did the men have any redress from vour refusal to sign that con tract?" " ' i i W , UUOIWV'' that they are driven to the wall on .Tne order for the erection of re the facts and the argument, inis i . j nlwava the refucre of men who are iti f . , . ""f.7 " - ; . . t I they ao not ur ; the roajf and will be carried out wnen ide. Itisnewless forieverh eueifM the approval of the concmus that court. Vnnwn th .t men wno look a uiuun- - . th nui, ... eT we are n,n - - .. i i cw u" I . . I th- Strike would De uis- M any jusl cause tor tne present nnie. .a 1 i ,m a 1U ' ion of lahrir- . i l - -v i an u ill i i ii' n i a. x ir v bww to Mr. Hoxie to endeavor to induce s- ' to shoulder wilh Us for him to shorten the hours instead ot lwnlv vears driving to build up this fnnp Mr. Hoxie d d u,o,rt"re nroetK-rous citv, in which we as not like this but finely very reluct- n they, jT&JZrtSSZ tlv acceded to the request, after we our mouey . -Tr- - a ...... Ann in snd so cotuDining our biu . "ininrv tn one is the con- bn lull mv. ...jv. mj of all." unior we are liinait w"-,-) . . . . - t men wno (..a i rrrf more or les in tne ngni oi - .v m . . u... an real estate, incurring w we ri , " r" - . , IO hu;.d told him that WE WOULD 8TRIKE, 1 I A.rn when the first man was aibcimr . ,r , to parliol to thu, At the same time Mr. tloxie was aaeo ntroversv, both of whom nJnno tho hours ot the men who iWWWj lrk rwMrri more or less in the were working fifteen hurs per day foi ruiing p,Wers to whom we are subject; nut ncic nviiviug r . i or .;,rHv to Kurren- .1 10 He informed the baru mat lownuoweir.-iwiM j VLJSZS reduction ot 1 twenty per eent. 1 be demanas, believe that much of the present Ar rncts rut her. lor De wouiu nswu jiffl,...!,, ;H due to the ui-auvi-eu uiwi- . . i x I i?;J I.. ... W,. . L- . turn to Dothine put in the snape oi a ue- Hnce i a lew "-t-tt l" j IS l,avePbeeu iu Mr. Hoxie's office Ik. ni.,es and ... ,ndusr,oU Since last May. T. condii0n ot ad airs here and the Another rrnevance IS that lie PICKS ., a m9tA ...lum f nur ieoole have " B . . - . I lteiillln w " - a Spark From the Strike. It is said several Sedalia mer chants have ordered goods by a boat which will leave 8u Louis to-morrow there ou the IUI M .11. i". -- - 17th inst. From Warsaw the mer chandise will be shipped here via the narrow gauge, which has not yet been interfered with by the strikers. The resolutions passed by the Order of Railwav Conductors Wed nesday night, in which they resolved to stand by the company, caused much discuflrion yesierday. iney were, however, pretty generally advo cated by the representative business men of the city. "In noint of numbers, we are 4Certainly, thev hud as much right th kest order in the city said The Chaw of Forgery Amend ed and Smith Charged With Fraud. Holden, Mo., March 8 Special. -The of Charles H. Smith, the "cherubim" Master Clark were active partioipanw. fU the time for departure approached, and the train waa almost ready to depart, two men appeared on the arene, one of whom mntJ to he John D. Williams, vice presi- l- . T h mron ' . . - ..:. r. aI in run norm woo eil ol the local executive cuniiuiincw . - .1 - . .-. . . r . TU.. Ullnr .nimp. mn v with a View to me mirresw me Knisncs oi iiior. i-mi C;vs- lnw finversat'on WitQ ...... ..f hiv..n" nit.irutT. WOO IA II lain J ciliriMi v - l.w . x... - --j 1 Engineer Marvin, and after considerable (.har)fe,i with having fonred the uamea of talk and evident pleading the engineer I prjan and Jackson t a n- te for $100, wan Hlepped fnm hi cab and announced hat c ore Ju-tiv Warden, in Roae Hill he woald not tak out the train. The loco- j toWnHhip, this moruing, the prisoner kav motive wan returned to the round house. j :n n hronght up frorii Warrenwhnrg Superintendent Kerrigan atated that no Sunnav evening. r,.t rt w. uld be mane to re- p UN.rnev W. W. Wowl a mrkv imiiis to-dv and thus ended ...p,. for th' stKte and Attorney A. the first effort to resume traffic on the Min-, jarK cf Warrenburg, for the defewe. .,y; I.i,.ih.- mm It cannot r iinnm-i ni m i i i ( iii- ' - K . . . stated what the company will now do, nut the probabilities are that further and per haps more persistent effort will be made to-morrow to send out trains. The management of the Dad have con tinual to emplov new men. During the dav numerous applications were made by men for work, and all comn"tent or other wise acceptable persons were employed. l)ETETIVES IN RE UI N E. there waa a cloud of witnesses and specta tors present, and expedition was on tiptoe. After the reading of the affidavit, however, the present in g attorney moved to file an amended affidavit charging the defendant with fraud instead of forgery. To this the defense objected, but the ob jection was overruled and leave granted, and the defense promptly demanded a change of venue, which wa granted and the ue transferred to the court oi Jiwce . , t if if L. . -4 1.1..! A,. .in.-l .innfinifi to Detective K.rlon,. ,.f th- crv.t servtce o. : " rr r-. iorce uctmj, ----c - .rtMin n iectionjib e men in the J vi L VV waa- v J varions demriments and reduces them bo they cannot live. Equal pay for ftnual work was also requested. The agreement made by the state officals a vear aco was not an agreeujcin. made by the Knight of Labor. How ever the lat er had lived up U it fnithfullv. while it had been violateti bv the railroad company not only once, but many times. In Septemler, 1885, Mr. Hoxie was again at pealed tn. ,.A Hatlv refused the re- ...noio tnaiip He was asked to ad IJUrri.T iim' vance the pay of section men U $ 1 per day. 18 tnat too mucu : the sgeaker. If there is a man who thinks so let him stand up show himself. We have asked for the redress of our wrongs time and again and have ONLY BEEN MET WITH INSULT. I want to ask the gentlemen who hnilt this citv up. the merchants or the laboring men . . - i i beer misrt prtssentcd in repona iicKiF all over thf land. While denying no just right to any one, think tbMt the MOBk of Sedalia wh are not employos or railway onicers, have also some right which they are entitled to l. tA If 4,iir trade aud coni- navc icnp . - merce b to be bnken up every year by those dibturbances, can we expect m range s nc Krinfint? with them their capiUl, their industry, their fann ies and their household goods and make their u, with ii ? We wish the country to understand that the people of Sedalia are not an rchista and dynamiters, among whom life is unsafe, trot law abiding Amer ican citiiens, who invite among tnem capi tal and industry, and will protect them ti nf iKp neottle of bedalia are l lie ujaoo vi i r- . , . . , .i - k nuThtH nt i.alxir. Muitnur pn in 1 1 v 1 i . . 1 . an they do not propose to be tyrannired K either without our urgent protest vt - . 7. i At the conclusion ot the reanng oi thp resolutions Mr. John Lomasny kwl it thev would be submitted to a viP of the house. Upon beinc mtorm Ad hv the chairman that hey w.uld, J. .. U he sid his reasou lor asKin- was umi rp(Htrnize 1 on that committee men who had. ever since thev were able to . .11 t , .Qi , nmvised to honest ia'or. neip I rr - , - - 1 v Alflvnr mpv. ns said tha vour- . . . t apply to the court which ftppotated the receivers aud ask the court to or der the receivers to sign tin- contract or agreement as vou have to sue me in one of the courts of this state for anv irrie vance. Ami if they had ap- plied to Judge raruee ior ucu u order aud satistieil him that it was ridit, no power or influence would have prevented him from making the order." "Woi.M vou have signed the agree ment if ordered to do so by the court ?" "Unquestionably "You understand, oi course, gueru- or, that the Kuight of Uhor claim the Texas & Pacihc is still a part oi the Gou'd Southwestern syst-m ana say thev will not eo back to work on the Missouri Pacinc uutil the strike .i Ti Mr lAtiA i orwhxl on tne ieu iv i v..v... 50 said here r nd i . - i Uoilu dV ( 'i 111- mcinoer oi tne vrun vi it -ductors yeste day, 4,but we were the first to announce our allegiance to the company. Of the ten extra policemen ap- a - the piinireinv. has a large r . . in and about the -hop anu yards, and it is undershot th-t satin "factorv arrangements hve been made with the police authorities for a ist mm and nmtection shoul ! occasion for it arise, or violence in any form. The Knig ts of Labor held mhncp nurinc ine aav an thoir proceedinjs have not transpired (lov. Marniadvik. and State Iibor r irci ii v over in tne suiu ui v -v his app.'arance. He promptly gave the nece-arv bail, his fathe r-in-law, W na. Kmery, and Redmond Bullock, of Qmmm f'ity, Ucwriap his securities, aiel thp wiu orl" f.r the time !ing, ranch u:- ,...! ' to the disaouointment of the entire crd- turn ii. r , . i 1 night, hut Smith was permitted to return to hw home ana the attorneys weni iwk w tT-ii-cr (ora-! burg, leaving the greatest sen atioo of the nd mature ior a ween, ww i 1 : 1 UAMrv ftrk-ii'iv Ll 1114 lJ Tim 11 auu iiaw r z " :fci . : -He, kind ofj.. Lcharlie Holla.i.1 .0.1 Mm Myen, The s,: ,.,i, s Fmn, ... STTiii CIin.o f the emotive r'w.r.;i AriTUrf - bn.Bh, to light s, gr-,,, iod.b committee K. of L., was oo tbe I aTIT fmMii !! he. inu-ret m th.- matter u, . .u.. ;.i Mtt nr t. their treignt "mur uira...m e WHICH u.-. fS- vards in the cen er f the ity. ted v terdav tWo are old timers list yesterday. FROM OTHER POINTS. Development in St. Louis. St Louia, March 11 .-Special- hie --' tr;n nn tne Iron Mouutain rail road, mmmtmi of about twenty care, Kit the citv U-day and proceeded as far as IV where it ffb side tracked. Another Trouble at Atchison. iod;on Kas.. Marc1 11. The strikers changed their front to-day, by r fusing to l t an engine leave the -nop or varus ha.l been lired up to pull out a ireigin train. . ... Th Piw neer mounU d the cat) oi tns mm Pacific. Thi includes the entire hw- ..f U dv which was regard eti as 'ri.- Ta.aq Jb Panifip is in no wav M.m th. fm t that the omcials ot IV A V iii.iv. ... ... . x- I ... . n the Missouri ra un connected with the Missouri Pacific. They have no voice in the iuanape ment and have not nor cannot in the slHi'est manner conttol the receivers the matter of the strike nor otner- 111 wise. si "Do vou not fear that if a general bovcott "is enforced against the lexas & Pacific vou will be restricted to a mere local business?- That is not a oucstion for us to .dor We deliver our freights to Vtsuai.'. - - ..moot inir lines at least we miike V UUV, fc g . ender of it and there our re&ponM bilitv ceases. mmmm i ,. ..oIVl than ' ho oecomes rojmuoiwic That is for the courts to settle Wm ro onlv interested in fulhllirjr our own obligations to the public. . I . 1 1 J L. - sup-mer-name res pec i Who to I ports you t ii iv chants what in the of God are they howling abut. i ii usthrougb ana you wu H"1; ll was demanded io this meeting selv.is ou record as men. vrusii uS) t e statement of Ebo, Wioo, beeaU we ' have er to n.m, as gtu .ied it. You cannot meet us there. a falsehood. You sav vou will keep this man it he j nll: O A r;DDle of excite- is discharged. When another one is ' d he enlhugia?tic barber sub- discharged, .no an ;mer. .or siJed- but a repeuuou, mn -. r If so we will send them to y-u. (A voice, "Yes. keeD them in the soup house.") ThP sneaker a ter making some re marks about the conflict between labor and fAT ital. closed bv sayiug : 4This strike will so on until we eain what we are striking for. We :ii ui in move cars, but we Will UCJJJ yJ w want this'brought about in our own way." MR R. O. WILKERSON being again calle.i ibr, responded .-a o;h that there was oue mmmj. T, u u.A 1 train came in over Uie iron . ouuta.u - ? - , he -,v Not a wheil was t-irneU on tne .wis- - i ii ... . . . i irri jn f'ti rn ill i Lirv l mi uvaw v HWn V4iw " T i him io run the engine bek into the round house, whi-h he did. Similar aetion w-.s taken at !Xwns thi atternoon s a train bnnt to stirt eat. 1 he freieht tram -k;h Uit hr at 7 :M last niirhU reaehed Downs on tijie, passine through Urenieai full sihI. The HtriKers nere m.imwl their watch at the Miops, i ....... 1 vartls. and tneir IVMUIU v v-. . a 1 ,..,ior n..u: -mo!iVes tO Ult work as fast as they report for duty, lhe ... ' -- :..i,. V, ,r iliw Ktrikers l.atl siaifuieui i a.-1 ii mm. e 4 i;nnoi.l ai.iiintv from the citizen U"IVfVi iiua'Riiti was a mistake. The men nny tney are pre- ...roA fir lnn siepe. Interior towns are on the eve of a coal famine, and some uniKiiMited With a flounsh of their trumpet that they would r a J MT..H iii assume control oi their propeny ri resume the trattie of the country ..r..F made in the wav ot a resumption pa . . . J of traffie is not sufficient, so lar, to proou" - '..(...1 . h mtr.. m the situation. l ne ;ill vt. i.v v. . - blockade in the yard s:ill exist. WILL SHIT DOWN. The milU are all closing on account of 1 l&ok of coal and th imposibilitv of moving the manufactured products of 9m " . . i (jii nir rr fi aa w j TKo ni.rri ants are unable to receive or i . . .M nuarlv tm nf iirrocer " . . , . tk. me SIUI cr waun ait e -- to shin eoods and the day closes witii uie In tchiwn there is conditions of btwiiiMi practically as they I sup v ana unie the blcck"de were yesterday. THE OFFICIALS BAFFLED. The officials of the Missouri Pacific en- 1 - L.rw rf men vest-niav for the purpose ot Rtartin wora to-u y iu Kr a C ... t 1 f . U ... ftttii ik iArri whim eonsisveu ui v men.stronKly guarded in their shops, but is lifted in a few days the to -hut down. mills will have A motion to aOOPl i lie reJiuiiuo 1 TL iknirnkun nilt the was maae. me v nan - motion Hiid onlv a small proportion o 1 A 1 W I V " & .i nc.nt irotod It was a hard .. . I l..lnct muttpr to tell Wh en was uie iuuuim Iho BVP9 or the navs, but the resolu tions were declared carried and the meeting adjourned. Brown Talks. Tha following interesting interview . 1 TO Saa ttn.U n f.f t Texas & witn rveceivci uivU) - - Pacific road, aps?area in me run . . . . WT A . . J An gg. ..Lying to .1. .whoha, Wn W;;,,, fcrSffTJ-SUltafmS b.rd. claimed in a element of d-.rd, th.t " .P(,rth Worth meet- : i nr. mnLt hear t iKMru. i utrcv " Will Advcrtlae for Men. k'ansas Citv. Mo., arch 11. The Mis souri Pacific company will Dublish here tu mnmiif an advertisement for men to work ;n It- thnm. vards and round houses at St -- .,. .ithor ooints. without reference U their paKt or pres ent relations to the company, ... .nv torietv secret or otherwi-e PI W "J mm mmm j ' . TVwwa. nrented will be uaid wages at in . . - a i: rate ailuotetl a vear ajgo. auu . ... . . v. . m.kii.i 1 1 i iih I I 1 1 i i i i m J ... 1 rminu " .'. . ... a l Ai . . it i . r i n t i . t v aim i - - - . . . . . t . . ii . . n i .i i tuiiiiip nan iH-en uiie ui m i r c. xtn Atenison. ft u, r t ui: Ki thP riutv oi ooin r i .ir k,v . i I .. I II V t II I . ' ' 111 I n n 1' I II . rX II IV 11 UI Ul . " I T . - - r ' ' - - - . i - 1 1- . irrv lam . . o , i tine or ienison, in . . i 1 1 tl. a. .rvo nana I a i i . . ....... ,no.l 1 1 ' " - v ' tate ann letlerai legisimu. t' resorted to no violence, navr uu my t j i: - Uk tViotf trlllnlps.,, I . .,kirnt the railroads bv foree and have S4 - I ' ('HI III if 1 1 II llivv I iu vy-.. - 1 ..'.tTL ....am ..n. hi 1(1 1 WOUIU COUUUCieU lucmacnw ... - r. UlUl M.'ICIU v. fr"- " I ... Thaawnlaftf thl StTU!?- . V' i htwe?n the UfK. iftl- aideil bv sherifland posse, s uc- a I K,c ""' . i I n t-.Ut r. n with tMr- . t-i . .,.,(,,, am nni ore-i i : i . . hKinan ann emrineer ami iv(iii in nfiiiiiie 11 r aiibii. . . . I. .. i .a::- ha -1 . kKi.. ,k utirtel south this mornini? pared to .n.wer rrT S ,Th Terence w .he tC I-rikra kil e.1 ,he .rat en2ioe. kiih i evtroineiv lllUltuii. w - i c "In case the Knights should be sue- to n0 avail", for not a wheel coold be . i - Iu.AaH oirainst vntl. I Inrnail tn-daV. CesslUl in tneir mm "0 Tl"l .VTtli. ,h.;r rTort to duty Of the public, which would then me L.inK been secured. It Unmp th irreatest suDerer, io inter- . .Ilpt,lMi tnat a tram will be starteo: out fere through the ageucies of legisla- on lhc Mis.soun Pacihc late this afternoon hole I- v The day with the strikers and with t e . tiou? . . fuZ i o ..I ...iiet anxi.tv and Satln ? The Sheriff Did It i -.ttu I irt h 11. Iron Mountain l.lll IV. aw--.rm, ' - POWDER Absolutely Pure. TbSn powder oer varMS. A ?l Pttir han tae ordinary kinds, and .annot b tald ln competiiion with the multitiMe of IW Wigg weuht alum or powvew i' w - na. . .... o but ot'- ma-keauon J these man would sav, that comes from Res1 lt oi . TrZll; .nd '.nmi.e it .t The ... fered no personal violence. II vww j a No law can or should compel H0BN9HL ferem-e between the a . t: .n.l ib.. engineers and tire men, 'a. ntipp I O a enu t .-..wv.. ' i i j f th. latter tnat - ,ii . I n. iirriiuu v.. anv man to labor, but hi should not . . pni.; if askel U do so. uu - - ,.t i ' - u . iuterfere with others Who are Willing a that if the enKmes were run oui to labor" from the rounu nouse nrauj to laoor. . . ... i . u kam ami would obev ulVi von be eve that it the mi- tney wum .... r; .wit.. souri Pacific should adopt the PJ!Z but would do no more of the receivership and shut down Lhan aclliany required by a strict construc- lines if it could not hnd men to oper-1 lion of eir duties ate th-m, it would defeat tne strikers T t4As to that I can make no predic- who had just preeed- iug that you Ud refused to .rb urate onrted bimsell with the present troubles, and i that the K aM.M-i.t eau officials ot the Texaa & Pc.6c had maintained. We must hear to learn, speech The voting man ed him had dep It ka nd his associates can uiguiy. a olncoto the I. ewers of wood and draw e g of water God speed them. He be longed to that c ass which labor or ganizations have not much use for, but they are .e great conservative ele ment of the country. (Loud Laugh ter ) What is this s rikeT It what mr Hollis says is true, we had better ad- JOIThe. speaker referred to the visit of the committee to East Sedalia, and the taiismanic words uttered by the strikers. "There is the track, there is the cars and engines and hrre are we. Let th-railroad company take the cars and run them." He spoke of the dictation in the matter to avoid arbi- a . C lw.ii- u uv tr ne ouv oi nnr" tratiou committees. "Tht is untrue. We have not avoid anv tion. "Is it not probable that the success of the Texas A Pacific in finding men the strikers will induce IV aZ1 V - w-". at a manv roail to seek the protection of the federal government through a re- A railroad can oaly pass into the hands of a receiver wuen its nnanciai n- condition demands it If the em crone out of our way to O I J A 1 A. . .aSM iKKly. We rere notinea - , fihut them up by Whicn ll seeiuB w"'r " i :u .k ill nit matelv COUtinUHl swriikco iuti; . -j fnr them into the hands ot receiv ers because of financial embarrass- mi tee. of men not in our em ploy, were coming to meet us, but they never came. What is it proposed to arbitrate? The reporter suggested the matter of Hall's discharge at Marshall, and the demand for an increase of the wages of unskilled labor f rom $ 1 . 15 to $1 5(1 per day. "Mr. Hall has never appealed to us nobodv nas 4a inot.i crate his case itiug paraleil ! requested his reinstatement. JNo de- ;th.t under this sys- mand nas oeen mwie ut. Mini na iu. iw. w tern no man could discharge his em- iav u . m Will not the organization ot the pmiloves of the various roads into Wv and their action in concert force a combination of the roads to racist their demHnds: "It is impossible to foresee tne re- car, oanv or a 1 I ThP brakemen. on the other nami, nave ,1,, iled stsnd in favor of the em ploye who are out, and refused to touch a tO aiu OIC I Bl wm any way w iwumr otvrations. step uu me r rakemen is the most important develop ment in the local fight -a. The executive coniniuiee oi me ivihuhi Sidetracked the Trams. Little Rock, A-k., March ll.-The al 1 I . . . t , i ft It- ihev would freieht train- on tne iron " , , "T., Thev wav, sent soiitu to-tiay, were Hope, and the engines aisaDieo uv K nights of Laboi Freieht Trattie Resumed, R-sWinas. Tea- March 11. Freight trains are moving on the Texas & a a r XT.-, Men were brought nere irom to replace the striker. Pari tic- New Orleans in A VOICE FROM NEVADA. The Heretofore lively Little Town Almost Ruined by the Strike. Nevada, Mo. March 10 Special present. 1 here cars tied up th. danerou illness oi ..- hut there are lew oi the em- Mrs. Irons, and in order to be nearer the ploye9 he seen about the railroad. Hie center of the struggl , will remove to this neral impression seems to be that strikes must be abolished by some system ai agree- . ,iintrv will be ruined. Busi- UiClll U vvm y of Labor, with Martin Irons as chairman. Everything is quiet here at pi hich moved from .Marshall, lexas, io or- L ite a number oi ireigiu dalia, owing to Thousands of cases ot SICK Headache are permanently cured every year (as the hundreds cf testimonials in my possession will testify) bv the twe af Dr. Leslie's Speeial Prescription. TkM remedy stands to-day without a rival, and a romnetitor in tne worw. Thousands of physicians throohout the country have acknowledged rheir mabihtj to cure it, and are now ptmnui, Leslie's Special Prescription lor ai cases of sick HEADACHE In either its nervous, bilious or congestive torm, arising from detraction, congeMien or torpidity of the liver. When I mm that Dr. Leslie's Special Prescripuon wiM cnxe the most obstinate cases of ick headaehe I mean just hat I say, and that , thai it not merely relieves bat POSITIVELY Cures, uo matter how long the ease may have been stand ng. ials from persona wno have been afflicted for .wentv years, be ng confined to bed two or three days at a tome everv two weeks, that have been perma nently cured by two bottles of Dr. Special Prescription so that they hr f not had an attack for five years. If you are troubled with sick kadaene and wish to be citv as soon as the condition oi tne wue u. the chairman warrants nis leaving -euaoa. Ml CURED and tbe headquarter of the "Inkers thereafter be at this place. Mrs. 1 died at 4 p. m , yesterday.--LD.J Governor Marmaduke and Labor lorn- i i vht'itzkv are in the citv at present and are ready to do ! nnwer to aid the difficulties between UUBVina .. ' .V a iL. UmJ nftiPiiU strikers ana iwnwi a vet have not been called upon to - - . o .1W rk;f rA Pnliee act. Justoeioreo uiha. vUK. - -ti .iwl CaDt. Thomas Frutche, of the Fifth district poUce, arrived at the Pa- Irons all in the but increase in wagea without being interviewed by a "Wouw y.m ue -u.uhs li.Mtlv bv their emploves. but allow- r.itt. Lawyers, he said, had to the matter now r i 'rference on the 0f those v!.. . . j l 1 1 u ot ik- untr m near ouw it- . . . : . l.u take what they could get ana " 7 f r m. who have noimereat whicn gives loem : preTi00. disp.tch the engmwr, n..u . Sev were turned off the never ' dre. the grievance, of any T our em w no b. wiU gJJ thi:?rDoon and after a long showed v inclination to stay in po. ; ploy. ft- men who m, . mteif "f th.t tbey M do or -lo. , M to p u wo.a d ro. i ing are nov m va. vu.;- i a. o ; (wnpnl wav. 1 1 .c Vwincr avenue and are hav should sky that if the roads would I ing J conference with General enouia say .u K.rriiran. of the Missouri Pacific, undertake to manage iueir ou V" 7hp ru . ...... . A. inn V anO U itth-iv. their owu i, ('""b j a t . U the running ot tbe ireigm train at 450 p m. . fwarCCBBPTL STHJKS. t; Marrh 11. As stated in held . ... I . ....... a ilj'l l iWK ne ieea) ui ue u-um w . airainand the bad road prevent farmers from coming to town. . Nevada has quite a number of old 5e dalians among her citizens. One of the latest additions is George Arnold, the weli known tailor, who iwumes the po sition of cutter, vice Major ;Nelson, also a .-edalian, who has gone to Abilene, ivanHa. 8. 8. Sheiman still holds the fort in the wholesale liquor ousiness, and figures as .u. -i nf the Democrat. Notwithstanding the strike, the hotels do a thriving business, especial iv tne xiowi Mitchell and the Rock Wood, which are crowded to their uttermost. The late bliiaard has abont spent itselt, and to-day was clear bat still cool. HEtlT P4I5I1. . PalpiUtion, Dropsical Swelling, Dixzmvss, Indigestion. Headache, Hleeolessness cured bv "Wells' Health Kenewer." be sure and give this remedy a mal. Pnee $1.00. S. B. Archer, antoga Springs, H. Y. For sale by Aug. T. Fiaooaajrw, corner Ohio and Second streets, o IZ-00W7 A Clear Skin session of their clients property IS nnlv a nart of beautv: but it is a part Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies.