San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 25, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 17, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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L. M. du QUESNAY JR. & GO
At Factory Prices
No 3 West Commerce 81
Volume VI. Number 25.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17. 1886.
Only $5 Year
L. M. du QUESNAY JR. & CO.
; . jonnr.its in
Cigars and Tobacco
Ai1 Mate genu nf llio
San Antonio Daily Light.
In New Goods!
flic llrmlcst VarlHl i-ht l.inimlit to tlil I
Mark. I In TH I. Ill' '.NDIIIi fANTONS
LACE AND LINEN COLLARS
Knr Uaifd Mlfsftti(1 rlilWrcn. In I'IhIii ( (tur .Wort. unit I tin I iirtret 4oinitliliitr
EfctrnUliMil. StlitlM.I. While and Kmic. nil the Uti-ft imO M"t Affimul Miikc
Emporium of Fashion.
Greatly Reduced Prices on all Goods.
The whole Stock Re-marked.
Bottom Prices on everything for a short time only.
SILKS AND SATINS
id brocaded. yillt I'nnm" lu 1 laid. In
all Uhsr UockU
Gloves Laces and Fancy Goods.
tin not Ih midi-rxulu'.Q
!8r llontietp iiml Hats IKtrlch IMumi Tip. 1.
'llil ik'imrtuii'iit in under Iti jt-tluH uitUlfi
Flannels Blankets Linens Cotton Goods
Tow ellnjrP Domestic I'rliit. (llnvhuniii Alnn ih
Auiunir the other thlnim which f
of Ladles'. M If
II.miI. A full lino i)f MuKun dolt and stilt (luta..
Also a hill stock of
(IKNTI.KMKN'it KI It.NlglllN'II !0(1.'.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Ills Furniture tuArtmtiit Is oomiitoln with llmiapliold Oxnla and he will suit i-verylnidy
in this lino. Aiuoiiif uihtr jfODli wo and IMuili Parlor Hulls. Motiulr I'arlor Huitu Walnut utul
Ash ItodrtHim Suits. SV.irJr.t)o Chulm HriidseU and Inirriiin Caipett. Uutrs Mattlntr
Vurtalns Window Hluidt'u Ktu. Country orders ailed promptly und satisfaction truiiruntt cil
3nd for samples.
It I not tliurotM6ltJon TO JIVK TI1K4U ClUOHS AU'AV tuiau-c llicy huvu colt
money and lieneo Mill he Hilil only Ht mt-iitly n-durvd r.itt'. tu tiunlntr and eHuilulnir my
took and tn-liijr prlccn lmt) one will Ikm-oiia lured that I mean btiftlm.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Ooldaud Wlier riatliitf uml I.uirra.liifr WnlcliiK and Clock lit phIiIiik. Only tlto most
billed Workmen Kmplojcnl. St i let Attention to all ltuslne9 cull lifted to ub. (Mice and
Work Rooms tmi-OKlU' flruoV Hank
NO. 14 ft A VA It HO RTKKKT.
V. bIMMANtl. A. UAMl'IU
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
.-. .Anil At
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
10-Lunoh and Meals nt all lioure.
Polite waiters In attendance.
A. A. .nil r. A. BROOKS.
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
South side Military U7
BETTER THAN A
Invest some of your Earnings in the
Universal Biilii & Loan 1st
BIG INTEREST GUARANTEED.
SJTSTOr PAYIXU UKNT-liy having tills Association liulkl )nu h House l'ajal
l.sj Monthly Installments. For further particulars addles
D. J. KEARNEY Socretary. .
No. 4 EastCommerceSt SanAntonloTex.
All '.. Mack il wi ll as Colored KM Silk
Tntriln l.l'lollinnlniiil 11. rl!n. II. aiillrul
Mnttln mid itnuMc wi.lih nn-lTilminlnyd
Cmi.toit.T I'mitim Hun
SHOES AI HATS
Main Plaza and Acequla Street.
Everything served In Flrst-Cla'. Style.
nO'trtT H. HUNSTOCK
Curlier South Florcs ftreet.
GEO. W AUG II Presidont.
Partlcuhri of the Approaching Event In
On February 22 an event will occur In
Sin Antonio that will I'oiitu a peculiar
Intereit for all lovers of sport. That day
r 1 11 be the commencement of the grand
State cocking tournament and from In-
dications It promises to lie the largest
and most Interesting affatr that has ever
occurred In the snorting annas
of the City of Han Antonio. The
tournament wilt show SI cocks a side
and It will continue dally until Sunday
February 2.. I tie mnin Kill tie te
tween O. W. Itolilson of Cold Spring!
Ban Jacinto County and J. S. Coy of
San Antonio fur SIIXU a side. The
tournament will lake place at tt.e
msti on nieaire in ine nay time. rom
inenclug at 10 o'clock every fiornlng ;
oontlnulng through the iluy until S !
o'clock. A pit of the Intent an.l most
approved pattern hns been constructed I
for the occutlon. and ample seating ac-
commodation has been provided fur
spectators in aouiuon to ute inninn
lougui uuring me uuy mere mil ne
Ilifhtlng eery evening the plnce of
which will be ipeelally uunounced dur-
ing the llrst day's lights. A general In-
vitation Is extended to tbute owning
chicken or those desiring to sell their
birds to enter tnem lur mat purpote
The nrranuemenls lo make the tourna-
ment In every way mccessful have keen
carefully made and there Is no doubt
but that many visitors win ue nitracie.i
me city to wnnen ine ngnis.
Yesterday evening a I.lum reporter
ns Invited by .Mr. .1. S. Coy and Mr.
they proposed to pit against those of j
.Mr. O. W. liobltou. These are kept In
the large building adjacent to t lie rasn-
lun Theatre. On entering n utiHUtltv
of boxes all numbered ranged round a
large room attracted the attention. In
each of th.se were line game eock
who Immediately on hearing .Messrs
Coy Ulencourt and the I.ir.ni ruporter
begun crowing lustily. These boxes or
coops contained VJ birds all oftheinor
exceptionally tine strain and ginning
Uiimage. 1 ue louowing uirus ueerve
Six benutirnl Iluddlestoue red from
Ail Iron grey from HunUvllle.
Tliree from UeorKia. half red horse
and half shawl neck.
An Knirllsh Coudcn blue troui.New
Two birds raised In ban Antonio
from Imported slock owned In Ken
Two reds from Arkansas one Irish
grey and one half war horie and hull
Two domlnlcks Trout Kentucky.
Two Uuddleston reds from Tennessee.
One half Claiborne and hall Kagle
One very line red tarantula cock
Two Cold Springs reds.
Two birds a cross from the cele
brated Spanish pit stock Imported from
Spalu the property of .Mr. Alejo l'erez.
one utril ti monius om six pounus in
weleht. of the rare Sn ami) Angel stock
the property of Mr. J. S. Coy.
Two New Tork reds.
The we hihts of thee came chickens
vary from four pouuds-loitr ounces to
stven pounds and they are all In A No.
The urocess l trninlni; chickens for
llirutlnir 111 the nit Is as arduuus u pro
cess as the training of a race horse;
every Hay tnete cocks are uaiuru
rubbed ond weighed they are then put
through a course of what In professional
parlance Is known as "sprouis" and are
exercised In the large hall attched
the building. I ue met oi
these birds Is un Important (ac-
tor In the science of training their
menu so to speak consisting chlelly of
butter milk hoiulny. molasses lard
boiled eggs wheat mid cuts.
Another essential point Is absolute
cleanliness and continual attention
without which the training Is luutite.
The conditions under which the tour-
nnment will lie fnuirht are based Oil
Turner's rules the universally accepted
authority on all mat pennins to cocks
in addition to tne birua wuicn .nr.
Itoblson will bring to San Antonio W.
It. line of Iluntsvllla. Texas has writ
ten to the management that he will
come to the oily with ii cocks of his
own raising to participate In the tour-
nament. Canta n IV. II. I.ove. of Austin has
also signified his Intention .f attending
and many other prominent chicken
raisers will be present during the pro-
gress of the tights.
Fourteen Thousand Men Idle.
Chicago February 1ft. 'I he great 11c-
Cormlck reaper works closed down at 9
this morning. Not a wheel Is turning
and 14.000 employees have becun to un-
deriro a slece of enforced Idleness. The
threat oi certain employees to precipitate
a strike unless the non-union men work-
ing In the moulding department were
dismissed appears to be the oause of the
suspension. At n meeting of ilisatutiid
employees last night a committee was
appointed to wait upon McCormlok to
day aou insist upon tneir demand .nr.
McCormlck had hinted at yesterday'i
conference that If this condition was In.
slsted on. he would shut down lndell
ultely. To-day he declined to meet the
committee saying that his time was
otherwise fullr taken un and ordered
the suspension of operations. Very few
of the emiilovees are In irood circum
stances and If the lookout is long aualn-
tamed many lamiues win tuner lorme
bare necessities or mo.
The Worklngmen't Agitation.
London February 10. Agitation of
the unemoloved worklnemtn continues
Numerous meetings are being held by
the various charitable associations In
London and provinces to devise means
for a ding the sufferers. The fund now
amounts to $135000. The Lord Mayor
at a meeting of the Ilellef Committee
yesterday said he believed the growth
of the fund was the quickest on record.
The money be said would be handled
to the various relief aitenoles for tllatrl
hutlon. The manifesto of the Social
Democrat a federation calllnc for
demonstration on Sunday numes Hyde
park' at the place oi meeting.
Newspapers and Pretty Women.
Why li n newspaper like pretty
woman? To be perfect It must be the
embodiment of many types lit form la
made up. It It always chased though
inciineo io ue gioiiy it eujoya a g
nreit: the more ranld the better
has a weakness for gossip. Talks a good
deal. Can staad some praise and It's
awful proud of a new dress.- Jedersou
The only cigarette! which do Bet
stick to the lips Are Opera Full''.
W'asiiinoion I) C February 10. The
Attorney General to-day said to an agent j
of the Associated Press that he had
nothing new to say concerning the j
manner In which he became Interested
In the 1'anKlectrlc Telephone Company
or the circumstances under which the
lull at Memphis against the Hell Com-
pany was Instituted by the direction of j
the SullcltorOenerallast autumn "lor" j
he added "my published statement to
the I'resldent last Ootober said every-
thing I knew about these matters and
my attitude In retard to them hat nut
changed in the least slncu then. Ilestdes
thls.lt now appears that nn In vi "liga-
tion covering the whole question Is to
he made by the lloute uT Itepresenta-
llvex and I am glad of It and 1 hope It
will bo thorough and complete and that
all there Is of It will be rcteated and
made public. In adiance of this Inves.
ligation which I heartily welcome I
feel disinclined to go Into the subject In
detail but 1 will say however It Is as-
serted by sume persons that as I am a
member of a civil company op-
posed to the Hell Company aud as the
liovernmetit Is now prose ullng suit
against the Hell telephone patent
that this suit may result to my benefit
or advantage and that too while 1 am
at the head of the Department of J Hi-
tler through the Sollcltor-Ueneral by
whom the suit Is lo be carried on and
that therefore something should lie
done by inn tu relieve myself aud the ad-
ministration from the apparently deli-
cate situation Indicated. 1 hate coneid-
ered tills suggestion In ull Its bearings
as fares I am able and I recognize the
fact that there Is much In it worthy of
mougm i nave uiscusteu in my minu
must thoroughly what I could and
gut to do in view oi tin state o tne
e and I have determined to take
steps to meet this In a way that I
nink should receive me approbation ot
ill people who really desire In be satis-
tied. Ttils would be at once consum
mated but as the Investigation by the
louse is now to proceed i uo not mink'
t right for me to do an) thing or explain
vhni I Intend to do until un lnvestlga-
lon Is concluded as my motives In view
i mis investigation uiigui oe miscon-
trued. Hut whatever the result ol the
stleat on mav be. 1 w III carry out
and execute the determination 1 hnve
reached and of which I have alreudv
spoken and more thnn this 1 hope you
do not expect tne to tar or Indicate.''
Hut. Mr. Altorney-ueneral. will you
allow me to Inquire whether this fore-
shadows your resignation"
no it uoes jiot."
The Burial of Horatio Seymour.
L'riOA N. V. February 1(1. The In-
ueral of tx Coventor Horatio Seymour
took place from Trinity Church at i p.
in. to-day. Itev. Dr. A. I). Goodrich of
Calvary Church offered a prayer at ex-
Senator Conkllng's residence with the
family and telallvet of deceased at 1:30
. After the funeral services In the
chtych the remains were taken to For-
est Hill Cemetery and placed In the
Chapel of Hoses At 'J o'clock the doors
of the Conkllng mansion were thrown
open fur the public to view the remains
or the Illustrious dead Fur three hours
crowds of people from Ulica and sur-
rounding towns tiled Into the house past
tue casket taking a last look at the lea-
lures of Ihe dead statesman. A silver
ulate on the collln bore the following In
scription: "Horatio Seymour." Horn
May Ji isiu. uiru reuruary is issu."
A number of beautiful floral tributes.
received from Washington New York
Albany and other places wero placed
on the end of the casket. Amonglhe
persons of prominence present were
Governor lull ex-Senator Conkllng
Slate otllcers and delegations from Con-
cress and the State Lec slnllire. After
services at the church a memorial meet
ing was held in the opera house which
was lilted with people the memorial
address was delivered by Mayor Kinney
and Governor Hill
Salt I.akk February 10. The Mormon
Elder Morris pleaded guilty to unlaw
ful cohabitation and was sentenced yet
ttrday to six months Imprisonment and
flM line. The wife of Oeorge Q. Can
non Martha Sully was before Ihe Qrand
Jury In the afternoon. She refused to
answera question us to whether she was
pregnant with child by Oeorce O. Can
non whereupon in view of her delicate
condition ehe was given until this af-
ternoon to consider. Her bonds were
$2000 additional or $.'-000 In all. The
city hat been much stirred all day
over the Cannon case A telegram from
Ihe Marshal said that he lumped the
Irani ui iTomoniory out was recap-
tured In half an hour. He telecranhed
hit Mormon friends that he fell oil' the
rain accidentally and was romlnc on
after It at fast as he could. A sneolal
train wuu aotuiers started at
this evenine for 1'romontorv lo brine In
olllcert and prisoner. The troops have
Deen tent on ine requisition ot tue Mar-
shal endorsed by the Governor It
Goft. William J. Jenkins and West Jor
dan were convicted of unlawful cohabi
The Boston Girl.
She'd a great and varied knowledge
picked up at a female college of
quauruues nyurosiuucs una pneu
matics very vast.
She was stuffed with erudition as vou
stufl a leather cushion all theologies
of the colleges and the knowledges of
She'd studied the old lexlcont of I'eru
anthropology and g'eology o'er and
She knew all the forms and features of
the pro-blstorlo creatures lothvo
snurus plesosaurus inegnlosaurus
anu many more.
She'd describe the ancient Tuscans and
ths Hasquet and the Etruscans their
griddles and their kettles and the
victuals that they gnawed;
She discussed the lenrned charmer the
theology ol Hrahma.aud the scandals
ot tne vandals and tne sandals that
She knew all the mighty giants and the
master minds of science. hU the learn
Ing that was turning In the burning
mind of man-
But the coulda't prepare a dinner for a
gaunt and hungry sinner or get up
a decent supper tor her poor voraci
ous papu ior sue never was con-
sirucieu on mo oiu domestic plan.
Themost popularclgarettf aro Ihe
upwi thus ai popular price. i-jiy
The Weekly Horse Market
'the horse market for the past week
has been a slight Improvement on the
previous two or three weeks. The pink-
eye Is abating to some extent and buy-
ers of cow ponies are coming In looking
for animals fortho spring drive while
mares are not yet muoh sought after.
The supply of cow ponies Is Inrreaslng
and Inside of two weeks the season for
this class of stock will be In full blast
San Antonio Is now the acknowledged
market for row ponies for the entire
range cattle country comprising all the
Western and Northern States and terri-
tories east of the Merra Nevada ranee.
A buyer from Montana who came In
some ten days ago bat already secured
auout -w beau anil win prouaoiy take
100 more. The past neck's sales were
as follows: One car load of cow ponies
at irom sn ioho; two car loaua iniu
cow ponies at t IS; one car prime saddle
mares at $35 to IS; one car millet at $10;
e car npanisn mares mm ta uo; one
rSpanlth mulei. j:i.l:one car American
mares in hands &); one car Spanish
mares 13t hands $15; one ear saddle
horse) Jil.W; one ear small Spanish
mares $lti; one car Zaralrcas ponies
$110; one enr routes $3J M; two cars
man Kiminsn mares f i?.w; three can
addle horses cood. $30 to $30: one car
mares thin $10; two cars cow ponies
fair. $28 W; one car Mexican mules
t'M 50; two cars of mixed mares and
horses $21. The aggregate sales for
shipment were 300 cow ponies and saddle
horses 2110 mares and 100 mules a total
of GOO The retail yard tatet were a
slight Improvement on the previous
eek aggregating auout ?.iu ueau maa-
tig a crand total of business fur the San
rVntnnlo horse market reach 850 head.
A National Revival.
There ore sslgus of a great national re-
I vid of religion. Vast quantities of
teed 'have been toivn from pulpit and
Sunday school ; from tho press In tracts
ml books and newspapers ; from zealous
labors In countless forms.
I he whole people are shocked by the
equency and startling enormity of
line. It Is but too evident that only
mighty divine power can save ui from a
A divine energy Is at work In the
Army of the Saints of the Most
High. The power of the High-
est gives signs of being abuut
to bo revealed tn glorious triumph
raising up the fallen and despised;
felling the Imprisoned In sinful chains.
ree in me liberty oi ton's oi uou. The
holy volume Is radiant with promises.
The world never had a friend like the
Lord Jesus; I hey shall look. In the latter
lay upon Him "whom they pierced.
and shall mourn for Illra as for ai only
child." There Is a tune to come when
men shall cease to learn war: when love
and good works and Justice and moral
purity and truth and knowledge shall
over all prevail. The revivalist now In
San Antonio Is helping tn roll on the
neeis. could our eyes be opened who
lows but the whole mountain as In
Klllah's day would be seen full of bright
angello Intelligences In the cause of
Alleged Curo for Hydrophobia.
Postmaster Howard received the fol-
wing letter which explains Itself and
which he has kindly given lo the Liiiiit
A correspondent of a riilladelnbla
paper writes that for 3d years past a far-
mer named Fry residing near Allen-
town l'a. has treated hydrophobia with
unvarying success by the following sim-
The patient Is to be kept free from
excitement of every sort especially
from that caused by tho visits fruni sym-
pathizing friends. The medicine Is to
be prepared by taking one ounce of
elecampane root powdered ; one
lADiespoomui oi niauuer. unu one quart
oi new sweci uiuk anu oouing
tneiu an together slowly (in a wnte
bath. If possible) until reduced to i
pint. The dose It one wlneglasslul once
a day. for three days then I n term 1 1
three days men repeat and intermit
again and again repeat; that Is nine
wine glassfult are taken In all and there
are Intermissions of three days after
every three days that the medicine it
In support of the efllcacy of I Is I a treat
ment it is siaieu mat .u years ago
Mr. Heed and Dan el .Mershon were
omen ai uennaiitown uy a raom
log; that Mr. Heed was treated
bv an eminent nhvs clan and died of hv
dropbobla while Mention under Fry's
treatment never sunered at an. a
Soungman named Jacob)' and adaugh
ter-ln-law of John Iloyer at the corner
of Mill street and Shelton Avenue under
similar treatment recovered from the
dreadful disease about 20 years ago and
in laos a policeman toiar gone wuu uy.
drophobla at to be held In thecarrlagt
la wnicn lie was driven through tier
mantown to Mr. Fry's residence was al-
so treated with entire auccets. A num
ber of additional cases are nuoted. In all
of which the remedy described Is claimed
to have effected complete cures.
Dear Sir: 1 tee In the Richmond
Dispatch an account of a little boyjuav-
ing oeen Ditien oy a ramu iox in tne
vicinity of San Antonio and 1 felt called
on to send to some one the forgoing
copy oi n sup wnicn i cut irom a newt-
paper many years since and pasted It
In a scrap-book. 1 have never had an
onnortun tv to test the remedy but cer
tainly would have done to If one had
been afforded me. The little boy re
ferred to wat a Mr. lloone't son living
In the rocky country of Devil's Hirer.
l'erbnns you can communicate to him
the foregoing and perhaps lave the
life of hit boy and may be that of oth-
ers. If the remedy It tried and proves
a cure i snoutu like io Know it.
Very respectfully yours
John I. Hoiwei.i M. D.
Chase City V. O. Mecklenburg Co. Vi
A Central Strike Inaugurated.
New Orlkans La. February 10. The
freight brakemen'a strike on the Morgan
railroad continues. Tho comnany naa
given notice of temporary suspension of
business at points on tue roau. ine
striken to-day received a dispatch from
the brakesmen of the three divisions.
extending from Lafayette Louisiana to
Ulldden Texas proposing an alliance
and saying they would make the same
demand as the striken have made and
go out If It Is not compiled with Intldo
of 21 hours. The proposition wat ac-
cepted. The freight handler! of the
Morgan steamers have also struck work
In sympathy with the brakesmen. The
freight handlers have no grievances of
their own. At Morgan's railroad thops
in Algiers outinett wat tuipenueu.
The General Manager of the Morgan
Company says It It Impossible to aocede
io tu uemana oi tue tinkers.
Store Is crowded everyday with bargain hunters.
pl.iro e halo nrnimraml wir
Qr eat Clearance Sale.
n'. li-i.nll.i n..rtcl plain an.l fancy
-.1. worth rsio un.t mtt' vw rein-
Hi. eial.nr ll..'i-tnili. t ralir.m irl.--
half. What xil.l tor ttio per J.ihl last
k ftuu itimmI. for HV He.
i-iiiuutitsnf l.lm-k trt" go. xls rnn!ltlnir
l' huir. IrrMexviu U-ul.l iihiu-Is.
fa.iiy hrulil.tl etc. tja.su flo.nl tli.'sl and
SIVi.i. worth III ui IS.M. liii.iu an.l tan.
iiiHtl llk circular. fur t.lminltiir 1.111
lillll linlnir. ul (i .'.I lul.vi.
ixm'i.M-imn sunn wm Mill. It'aili.-r Irui
liur hi SI2.M. .rlli IU.UI.
Ilerlln tH III hlnrt ro Astrakhan Irtimni-
tftl. Hnrtti i:iui.
ItriK-H.!.. Oil. tiiuin silk short wraps fur trlu
lll.i. k idl-wj.1 Ncw'ii
ill. .r Hid. h. ut t'M.o
llliu-k scrini Ncwtiiark.-
tlirlit lllllliir. lit S UI. wnrlh lis.
l'iirl.-malwrflfl In heavy seal pliulu
wAn early call will convince the most skeptica
that the above prices have
fore. No samples cut during this sale.
SHAFER & TBRADEN
31 West Commerce Street
Hole A tr fit U for--
'HOME COMPORT" RANGES
In Ihe City of
San Antonio and Vicinity.
"JsViik-rtf In I'liinitM'M (la and Htcuni
Goo. H Knltoyor Prosldont -
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS.
A Wife's Usefulness.
It Is not good for man to dwell alone
and he never knows what It Is to need
the help of a true and loving wife so
much at when he It looking around for
aoine one to settle hit property upon In
order to put It out of the reach of hit
creditors. Fall Itlver Advance.
Simple and Easy.
The tariff my sonf Oh It's aliunde
thing If you'll only glvo It about live
minutes' study. There It a great deal
of talk made over It but to there It al-
ways much talk about everything. The
true principle of protection and free
trade for lhay must ever go together. Is
this: Whatever you have to buy should
be udmltted entirely free of any Cuty
away down to bottom prices and what-
ever you have to tell should be protect-
ed away up to 120 In the thade. All men
of all nartlea are agreed on that. ..Then
why iio they wrangle and quarrel to
loudly about tarlfl reform?" Oh that's
mute anoiuer matter mar. it because
tbey are not agreed on what to buy and
nt i.ur M.tllKKD IIOW.V IMIICK'" an. appreciate!. Bnuiethlni'
i.l.lc.1 1.. llio llnriratii Cninler wry "lay.
(liming nut or Hosiery.
Piled hlirh In baskets wo eihlhlt a vast ar-
rav.if broken lot. au.I sires ladles' lalsseV sad
11 4 fly. 1 Kilpali
anrt.-.l colors ami sizes.
n.t toll.1 colors
:i.t SulM colors
I a.l.loirn l.lle.'.Mseojarn. fasli-
MQOa I toned French fewt.
"l al iliuen ladles' soIUl colon an.l
t fancles.worth :tle to iniic anJ too.
ntliernd.llnl. fancy Lisle thread and silks
nt 4 Jo. nslucciJ from ato.
Int 1 ul let' rxtrii white merino iinduf
iTt nr urHWfn. t 5e worm i.w).
mIO'isMi Infant ' clilMrfm's and mttio' nn
lt-rvt'kti uml ilmwiTX ftll cut down In tho
2iiWn t' i!rrl fu" muiliti under khu
S5 1i7cu I ail leu' chemiWft best tnuslln at 4.'o
M to7vn coirpts at 3V? n lianraln to anybody
."o i nch worth II M and
never been touched be
Flttrm' Ftippllei and Albvstoi Paokloff
Otto Koohlor. See. and Manager.
What Troubled Her.
A tpeolalltt in throat trouble! was
called to treat a Boston lady who mani
fested to much Interest In hit turglcal
Instrument! that be explained their utct
to her. "Tblt laryngoscope" laid b
It lilted with tmall mirrors and in elec-
tric light; the Interior of your throat
will bo teen by me at clearly at the x-
terlor. ou would be turprlied to know
how far down we can tea with an Instru-
ment of this kind." The operation over
tha lady appeared sornewbit agitated.
"Poor girl." tald her iliter who wat
present "It mutt have been very pain-
ful." "Oh. no; not thai; hot that"
whispered the Boston lady; "but jnit at
he fixed hit Inttrument Id plaoi) I re-
membered that 1 had a hole In my itock-ir.
Ing." Cotton Traveller. ' "
He'll Hav Bjolly" Time.
The name of the new Swedish Minis-
ter to the United Statei li KJolt. II.
Isn't ai iklttlth aia young cjolt but li
said to hay. a powerful hjolt on tho
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