San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 64, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 3, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
5-Cent Cigar 3 Commerce
West Side Bridge.
3 West Commerce Street
Wliolosalo and Retail.
Volume VI. Number 64.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 3. 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
From n very moderate beginning a little
over ten yean afro our Heady-made Cloth-
ing Department baa grown ao aa to fairly
eollpaa all othera not only In this city but
alao In Weitern Teiaa. We are carrying
the largeat atoclc of MKN'H YOUTHS'
and nova' surra and single gain
MKNT8 and while we make It a apeclalty
to baidle none bat good ard boneat gooda
ourextenalre advantage In buying and se-
lecting tbem enables ua to sell at lower
llgures than Inferior goods generally are
sold. Our Clothing Is made to wear and
give satisfaction fit and material being tbe
best and styles and pattern selected to
gratify the most fastidious taste.
Our Men's Sulla at $10 to $30 are mar-
vela of beauty and compare favorably
with tbe moat expenalve made to order.
Our $S Hoys' School Suits are aa good aa
ever and calculated to gladden tbe parenta
aa well aa tbe boys themselves.
In Hats Shoes Hosiery Neckwear and
everything belonging to this department
we are equally prepared to give satisfac-
tion and extend a hearty Invitation to our
friends and customers near and far.
Our motto Is to sell none but the best
goods at popular prices. ;
STAFF EL & KUHJL.
General Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hides.
Agents ror Weir Sulky Plow Steel ltl.tlnir ami Walking Cultivators Corn and (Villon
Planters Doerlug Mowers Iteupert Hinders liml Hamming Mucbluea.
Littles Chomical Fluid and Powdor Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST. - - SAN ANTONIO.-TEX.
A. A. and F. A. BROOKS
ROBERT H. NONSTOCK
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
totale ai Mail not
South side Mllltarr Nata Corner South Florus Street
IN STATU QUO.
NOTH1NO NEW-WEARY WIRES WAlIi
Roaring Rivers Rise llnpldly Otadatono
Octa Onzetted-Russln Rnnpn Rou.
mellii Cleveland's Crtblnet
8IK oi l) S1KIKK.
ScitAXTox Ia April !!.-Slnoe I'ow- t on the streets and InundaUd all those
dcrly'a return from New ork be has
The water Is two feet deep at the Union
depot here and from there te the Ala-
bama river bridge of the South and
North road la almost a continuous sheet
of water. The flood throughout the
State la unprecedented rising here six
i feet above the highest mark ever known.
Viewed off the deme of the capital the
highest point In the city the surreund-
Inn country Is a lake of water north and
west fully 10 miles square.
IIicmuomi Vn. April 2. James river
at this polut Is higher than for rears.
I Toward midnight last night tbe water
overflowed the banks flooding all that
perllon of the city known as Itovketts.
j The water was eight and ten feet deep
RESIDENT LOTT TAI.K8 TO MAHON
COUNTY ON RAILROADS
Ami Olvos Its Representative Cuptuln
D. V. Unyos the Proposed Line
of the San Antonio and
been confined to his bed unable to see
visitors of any kind. The strain upon
his physical and mental resources while
he waa endeavoring to bring about a
satisfactory settlement of the strike In
tbe West on tbe top of months of severe
labor was more than he could stand.
His physician says that what he now
needs mere than anytelng else and
must have la absolute rest for a num
ber of days at least. The physician also
states: "I have forbidden him to re-
ceive visitors or to to be annoyed with
buslnrssor anything likely todlitract
lilt mind. I don't believe that there la
any danger If he will follow my Instruc
John K llarrett. editor of the Scran-
ton Truth who was allowed to see 1'ow-
derly yesterday says: "I believe l'ow-
derly's condition to be very critical ard
tbe country should know that he Is la no
condition to know what Is going on In
lue vr est ana snouiu not ue neiu re-
sponsible for what Irene and his associ-
ates may do.
Msw ionic April -i Mr. uouiu was
seen by a World reporter yesterday. He
said of the situation: "1 don't see that
I can say anything. The whole matter
has been referred to Mr. JIouc In whom
we have full confidence. He Is on the
ground aad knowns the situation thor
oughly and Is Informed of all that takes
place in new lorit. mo striae war is
nearly over and was virtually at an end
before any of the New Vork conferences
were held. The business of tbe roads
has been resumed trains are running
and the yards at St. Louis are getting
cleared of accumulated freight as rapid
ly as poesiuie. '
St. Louis April 2. The transfer men
were present nt the staMes this taornlug
but refused to go to work. They told
the superintendent aa they told him the
Ilrst day that they would not take out
their teams until the strike was settled.
They do not any longer It Is understood
excuse their action by saylag they are
afraid and have been Intimidated but
openly declare that they are laying oir
because they are In sympathy with the
airiKers. in tueir present ainiuiie tue
teamsters of the transfer company seem
to hold the key to the situation. Vards
over tbe river are without freight and
there Is none being received anywhere
except by Ilia Wabash. As long lis the
teamsters refuse to haul anything the
railroads will have nothing or at a'iy
rate very little to move and there will
be no necessity for the strikers to go
near the yards or do anything In the way
of persuading the engineers to leave
tueir engines. "as long as tne irnnsier
teamsters stick to us1' said n striker
we're all right. If they go hack onus.
The General Executive Hoard has not
arrived up to 1 p. m. and so far as cHn
be learned no tidings have been received
orihem. The local commltte deny that
there are any uinerences between tnetn
anil the general committee; are certain
that tbe latter will approve their action.
Kort Worth April 2. The Missouri
I'aclllo Is still In tbe hands of the strik
ers. All persoos not employes of tbe
road have been enjoined by tbe courts
from entering the company's yards. The
authorities of law are determined tbo
trains til) all move to-morrow and tbe
strikers are equally determined that
freight shall not move until tbe company
agrees to take Its discharged employee
back. Uut for tbe aid the atrlkers are
receiving from the Farmers' Alliances
In tbe State anil contributions from out-
side Knights the strikers would have
nine to vork long ago. The strikers
have unlimited resources to draw from
and as far aa tbey are concerned tne
present sltuatlan might continue for
Ottawa Kas. April 2. Last night
Adjutant General A. II. Ca.npbell Issued
orders to Colonel S. l'atrlok of the First
regiment of tbe Kansas Stale militia to
place his entire regiment under march
Ing orders with two days' rations pre
nuratorv to a march on Parsons. To
day's Southern Kansas train conveyed
the entire command to that nolnt. where
trouble Is anticipated on account ol tho
isoor trouoiea. ureal excitement pre-
vails throughout tbe southeast part of
Palistinf. Tex. April 2. The shop
and yardmen were all palsl In checks at
the freight depot this morning. The
ahopa are open but tbe strikers have net
yet slgnllled an Intention of resuming
work. It is aald that aome desire to go
to work but they have not offered them-
selves to the oompany. Business Is be-
coming lively along this line. Thirty-
live freight tralna were In and out of
Palestine In tbe last 24 bours.
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Fur mi easy lit. Hoots and shoes made at prices to suit everyone ltepal rlntr while you wult
The tlm-fit kind of Indies' shovs in ado to order.
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
221 Commerce Street - - Opposite NIc. Tengg's Old Stand.
Oysters Fish and Gamo.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya 8treets.
MsTIiUoob and Heal) at all hours. Everything served In First-Clara Style
fo It waiters In attendance. 7-JS-tlm
Chattanooga April 2. A colored man
waa drowned at 10 a. m. Both gaa-works
are Inundated and there will be no gas
to-night. The water-works also are un-
der water. The supply In the resovolr
will be exuausteit in zi nours. 1 Denver
Is H) feet and still rising. Water at !)
a. m. reached Market and Eighth streets.
Business Is entirely suspended. Kellef
committees bare been organized and
homes and gooda are supplied to all
Montoomkhy Ala. April 2. A speolal
to tbe Advertiser states that tbe War
rior Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers are
falling. Thousands of horses mules
oattle and hogs have been awept away
Corn cotton seed and provisions In
reach of the flood were destroyed
relief boat brought a large number of
people wno uaa Deen in pern ami were
without food for three days. On a farm
tanlnvlair State cenvlots tbe water
flooded tbe quartera. Tbe president of
tbe board of Inspectors made bis way
with boats to tbe Imperiled plsoe aad
streets about the old market between
Kllte.nth and Eighteenth streets outtlng
oil communlcstlon between the upper
anu lower portions oi tue city eicept
CHAH1.NS10N- W. Va April 2. The
Hood In Kanawha and Klk rivers which
resulted In submerging half the city be-
gan receding early this morning and at
11 o'clock the mtrka show M feet In the
channel. In the flooded districts of the
city many bundrrdsnf people who lived
In small houses were great sufferers
having Inst their possessions.
ACKOSS tiii: nm.w.
IIkhi.in April 2. To-day was the
seventy-llrst anniversary of the birth of
Prince lllamarck The Chancellor was
visited by Crown Prince Frederick Wil-
liam and his son Prince William who
personally congratulated him. He re-
ceived a large number of congratulatory
telegrams and letters as well as many
The loner house of the Prussian diet
to-day adopted the Ilrst clause of the
rolltu uui placing iui.uuu.uuu mams at
the disposal of the government for estab
lishing German colonies In West Prussia
I.omki.1 April 2. "Mr. Oladstone Is
riding straight for a fall" tbe Pall Mall
Gazette declares this afternoon. "He
refuses to modify the Irish scheme and
the result will be that the country will
take neither home rule In Ireland nor
It Is thought tbe editor has special
knowledge that Gladstone Is being con-
victed ot absolute Justice and good
policy In bis Irish proposals and at tbe
same time convinced that the tory and
radical politicians are determined to de-
feat tbem. He meana to force tbe Issuo
and bring about bis defeat aa aoon aa
possible and Is content to sacrifice
power In a ilnal elfort at paclllcatlen.
it la reponeu mat r.ussin uas nuimcu
the powers or her Intention to occupy
Bulgaria In the event of Prince Alex-
ander'! Ilnal refusal to accent the Gov
ernorship of Koumella for live years
There Is great and sudden activity In
the llrltlsb foreign olllce. Gladstone
spent considerable time there to-day
oonierrmg wiin i-.ari itoseuerrv secre-
tary r Foreign Allaire.
It was ascertained at a late hour last
night that during the long discussion of
tbe Cabinet on the scheme of buying out
tbe Irish landlords Gladstone In conse
quence of the unfavorable attitude or
scotcii I. literal Association pniposeu 10
modify his project In several particulars
but no agreement could bo reached by
Cabinet. It now seems probable the
preject will be withdrawn.
Paws April 2. -I.eHdlng French pa-
pers take a gloomy view of the situa-
tion In the Kast. Two French Ironclads
have been ordered to be placed la readi-
ness fur Immediate dispatch to the Med-
iterranean. Viksxa April 2. The Kmpress Kllza-
belli tbe largest transport la tbe naval
service and six torpedo boats have been
ordered to reinforce the Austrian fleet In
O. A. II. Entertainment.
Last evening the Grand Army Post
gave an open door entertainment at their
hall on Market atreet. The programme
waa divided In two parte and waa car
rled out promptly and with satisfaction
to all present. Tbe Commander of tbe
Post J. I'. Newcomk made a few open
Ing remarks reviewing the objects and
purposes of tbe organization and Ita
growing usefulness. He stated that over
300OCO ex-soldlera were now enrolled
and during the past year hundreds of
thousands of dollars had been disbursed
to needy comrades and to tbe wldowa
and erphana of those who had fought to
preserve the Integrity of the nation'
closing by rsadlng a beautiful war lyrlo
by tne poet n inter.
Conrad Kuhn sang a solo. Conrad Jae
qucs recited the "Blue and the Grey"
and Mr. C. II. Mueller sang "Khrea on
the lthlne" splendidly this closing the
nrst part. Alter an intermission oi a
faw minutes the second nart of tbe nro
irramme was carried through. Comrade
I- ji. jonnaon maae a lew appropriate
remarks: Comrade Jacques sang "Conrad
Joe": Comrade Huston recited "Sbamus
O'Brien" bringing down the house; Mr
Mueller reneatsd "Koran on the lthlne "
oy requeat ana -auiu iany Dyne- uj
all present conciuuca me entertainment
The Grand Army members expect to re
peat tbese pleasant entertainment
Tho Young; Folks' Concert.
The concert given by tb young ladles
of tbe Home Mission Society last night
at tbe residence of Mrs. Dr. Jones waa
a splendid success. There were about
CO or more present and everyone was
delighted with the entertainment. The
honors of Ike evening were about enual
ly divided between Mlsa Lillian Jones
and Master Italph Belknap both of them
rendered tnetr parts very creoitaaiy.
The following: waa tbe programme:
lluet ftlav Jones and AUda l'rcscolt
Tnliipnn.. Old mid Vounir America.'
."The llaihrul levers."
... Olllo and Allda Present!
"... ' . ...'."i'lio Toilet
..Flora Kirk and May Jmn
Vocal Knl( "A Haying"
8olo"C'liari0 or tliollu
San Antonio's Future.
"I think San Antonio has a bright
future before her. Real eatate la selling
very well but would realize much quick
er and at higher prices If the atrlke
were to be settled. There are many
neonle In town vlaltlnc the citv who
w mi til La el sit tnntirchaaA win It mrtt inr
got them on" I safety. So far reports of tDa cause." The above -were there-
drowning In various portlona of the marks of Mr. C. F. Dlgnowlty to a Lioar
oiaie luuiup iu mne uiuiiuiraumrat reporter tuia morning.
Captain I) F Haya of the Mason
News whose arrival In the city was
mentioned In yesterday's Light had an
Interview yesterday and to-day with
President I.ott In regard to the extension
of the Aransas Pass railway to Mason
A Ltnur reporter hearing or the Cap
tain's Interview met him to-day at
noon and asked Mm tbe result of the In-
terview. Tbe Captain's beaming coun-
tenance broadened Into a satlslled smile
he proceeded to unfold some valuable
Information. He said: "Being a red-
hot Brackenrldza-for-Govcrnor man I
came down to Austin from Mason and
having lots of old acquaintances In San
Antonio thought I'd run over and did
so. Here I met Samuel Crosbr and
other heavy cattlemen of Mason. The
astea me to can on j-resiuent 1.011 anu
see what the chances of his getting the
I called yesterday and had n long con
ference with Mr. I.ott. He said he
new It was to tbe Interest of Han An
tonio and the western country that the
road should be extended westward and
after the conference he expressed him-
self thoroughly satlslletl of the practice-
otnty 01 tne roaa anu io.u me it wouiti
be extended westward provided the
people through the country It would run
would contribute toward Its Inception.
80 far aa Ita adaptability and success
were concerned ne was very continent.
"I.ott produced a man and with a lead
penoll drew a line on It showing the line
tbe read would take If built. The line
from San Antonio through the fol-
lowlngcountles In a northwesterly and
north direction: Kendall Kerr Gilles-
pie Kimble Msson McCulloch Cole
man Runnells Taylor Jones Haskell
King Cottle Childress Collingsworth
neeieriiemnuiu anu i.ipscomo tnence
crosses the Indian Nation In the Pan
handle to Kansas from wbloh point It
111 uouutiess tako a uee line to nen-
I left after securing the man nnd called
again to-day by Invitation. Mr. I.ott
was III but Mr. Yoakum represented
him. and stated that yesterday's confer
ence had been entirely satisfactory to
Cant waves. In addition. stated that
the people or Mason propose to pay the
first road that reaches that place within
one-half mile of their court-house f. 71000
ason county represents one of the
wealthiest counties In the Slate In cattle
neep anil cotton.
"The exports annually will ngcregate
n cattle and sheep $-'00000. In wool
$100000 In cotton about the same and
in uitiss anu miscellaneous products
fully as much. There are now 10000
head of cattle for sale there. This trade
can all he brought right Into Han Anlo-
10 anu 11 11 am i worm your wuue
ulllng for the road 1 don't know"
Madison .Square Presbyterian Church:
praacb to-uiorrew at 11 o'clock a. 111. and
H p. m. Sunday School and nible class
at 8:30. All are cordially invited.
St. Paul's Kplscopal Church Govern
ment Hill: Holy communion at 0 a.m.
erv ce at II a. m. nnd7:l.jp. m. Stranir-
ra cordially Invited. Avenue C cars
pass the door.
Travis Park Methodist Church: Sun
day School at 0:30 a. m.; morning ser
vices at 11 a. in.: evening a.rvicea at 1:1.1
p. m. Servlcea conducted by tbe pastor.
aeata tree; every uouy welcome.
Cathedral of St. Mark's. Visitation
of the Bishop. Services to-morrow
April 4tn Deing tne -itn aunuay in Lent
7:30 a. m. early celebration ; 11 a. m.
seoond celebration with sermon by
B shoo Klllott : 3 p. m. children's ser
vice oatecblzlng and lecture; and 8 p.
m.wun sermon ovine iiisnoo anu tin
administration of tbe site of confirms
Services at St. Taul'sf Methodist Knls
copal) church April 4: Sunday school
at iu a. m.; prayer service anu enquiry
meeting at 11:15. Tbe protracted meet-
ing Increase a In volume every day. The
uccess is simply unenominai but 01 soi-
d Increase list of conversions has
grewn from ii to 70 not one of which
ever made any profession of religion be
fore including some 01 tue usst lamines
In our community. In some cases the
husband and wife and their aona and
daigbtera. have been banollr converted
uy letter accessions ana reclaims tne
list la Increased this week from M to Ot
The Lord relgnetb let earth rejoice."
juacK ueason pastor
Services at the Second Baptist Church.
corner of South Centre and Chestnut
streets to-morrow. Sunday School at
0:30 a. in.: nreacblag at 2:30 o. 111.. and
7:30 p. m. by Bishop U. W Dupee of
rauuean ny. wno win arrive tnis even
Ing at 7:25 p. m. Our meeting still con
tlnues with encouraging success. There
have been 70 conversions and 02 have
Joined tbe church Tbe Lord be magnl-
lieu uur meeting win stui continue
with tbe assistance or utsnop uupoe
n varr pastor.
There will be services to-morrow at
the Mt. .Ion Baptist Church. Sunday
scnooi at v a. m.t preacaingai 11 a. in
and baptism at 3:30 u. in. and at 7 p. 11
preaching and the Lord's Supper will be
taken. Our protracted meeting con
tinues with grand results. There have
been 35 conversions of men and women
In two week's time. A. A. ltlvers
The revival at St. James' A. M
Church will continue a week longer
One hundred and eight nave been cen.
verted and 114 have Joined the church
lie v. l)r. Maklell will Breach at 11 a. m
and 8 p. in. aad Rev A F Jacksen at
3:30 p. iu. Sunday School will will meet
In order that sufferers may know
that Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will al-
ways cure tbem. Ragland A Co. and
ILL. Fowler emphatically aay that If
tbe Tablets do not relieve every caae of
Dyspepsia Constipation Sour stomach
COME AND SEE OUR
Immense Display of
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES.
They are Pronounced to be
Laco Canvass Cloth
Fine Novelty Robes
Egyptian Laco Flouncing
w Large Stock of New Jerseys Just Received.
400 Pieces of New Matting White and Colored.
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commcrse Street.
Sick Headache ileartb'urn eto they
do not want anr par. Tbe pbvslclans
say they are the finest combination that
can ue ioudu. rrice centa.
Conductor Skinner of the Southern
I'aclllo apent tbe day among bla frlenda
in tine city yesteruay.
Linen Finish Lawns
Immonso Lino Porcals.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
lo all llusln
NO 14 NATAKBO ITKBET.
Ill or A. Kihn I Co. it riorMillla. Wilion
County Tf ill.
lllii I'll run IcU.
hki'aiutk vr.nnicr wisteii fiiom kicii
1 I tltid that A. Kabn Si Co'a. store Is
the cheapest place In town.
I llnd their goods are the beat made.
3 I llnd eery customer Is treated
JiZ7!l7-i' A unlronne.1 memliera
' iiuenteu to a-it
table at ttie
I. 1 llnd that everyonegels his money's
fi. I llnd their goods are fresh and new.
IS. I llnd Ibey have the best stock In
7. 1 llnd that as they buy for cash tbey
cannot be undersold
I llnd that everyone goes there for
II. I llnd that their prices are the
10. I llnd that the ftialltyofllielr goods
Is the best.
11. I llnd that their store Is the most
popular in town.
1 agree with other Jurymen that A.
Kahn's. A Co's. store is the cheapest
OI'IMON OP THE Jl'IIUK.
Unon this verdict I llnd A. Kahn &
Co. guilty of selling dry goods notions
ciotuing ooois auoeB uats anu caps
trunks aad valises cheaper than any
house in san Anton lo. Texas."
See tbelr advertisement elsewhere In
Thomas Coggan A Eroi.
This old. reliable music house was es
ablishcd in ISCfl and rank aa the pioneer
muaio men ot lezaa. ineir career nas
been one of uninterrupted sat sfaot len to
themselves tbelr manufacturers and the
mkllo witn whom ther nave been ileal-
nir during all those years. In adhering
to tne vital principle ot an ousiness
transsctlons maintenance of Intesrltr
aad strict regard for every contract or
promise tue nouses ot uoggan x urea
here and In Galveston can view the past
and parallel It with tbe best In tbe land.
while tbe horoscope of tbe future brings
to view still greater resulta far their
growing busineaa In tbla growing State.
Mr. Mike Uoggan the manager of the
Saa Antonle branch la one of tboae
whole-aeuled gentlemen whom it la a
pleasure to uo ouiineia witn ana you
win aiwavs nnsi nim reaov ier a traue.
If you contemplate buying a tlrat-clasa
Instrument at a low figure call and see
The Spanish Proverb.
All tine languages contain terse ex.
presslons tbe easence of the popular
thought adopted to local habita and leoal
phenomena. Tbe Spanlarda were a peo-
ple who lived by custom and carried
about with them tbe wisdom of tbelr an
cestors dlgeated Into aphorisms which
were as lamps mat i guteu tne road on
which their lives traversed. Dickens by
the mere force of his ceniua. kas manu
factured aayliga of this kind which
have passed Into universal use. The
spanisu writers round tbem ready made
covering the whole range of popular In
teuect. i.ope ue v ega introuuces a nun'
dred Into tbe single comedy of Derotea
Sancho 1'anza Is a bundle of proverbs
wnicn ne lets nv as tnev rise to nia una.
they were tbe whole atock of his mental
Captain I). F Hays editor of the
Mason News-Item gave the l.iaiiT
pleasant call to-day. Captain Hays re
ports Mason on a boom although money
Is a little tight. liatlroad talk la pre'
dominant and the Maaonltea are anx
lous to seoure the Aransas Pass road
connect on. and have already held aev
eral meetlnea. at tbe latest of which
$80000 were pledged as a bonus to the
com nan v. The trade of Maaon br natu
ral right belongs to San Antonio but
lately baa been diverted toward Auatln
and Qalveston by the connection ot tbe
Auatln and Northwestern Itallroad.
Overturea are being made by another
railway company now to tne citizen
anu tne general luaa la mat in tint
come will be the Ilrst to be served.
ilav April a nt a o'cliiclc sliani. rur Ihe pur-
lin iitilrlll practice. All uieintn'ra tun bt'lnir
able to .MiilcliHtu in' niiuenlt-O in btlnir uul-
rrma lo Ariiuiry ir they are willing to loan
rectors or tills ruin
mm or iiiu
urlzllnr thf execution uf a mortuairoor truit
decHl upon the INi'il eight hundred and slxly-
Charter. HM March".? bow. tos
aiiUsue or teu million dollars Iu rorty
8 tier cent irold bouds to be issued at the
of twelve Ihouiand dollars ner mite on
eomiileliMl road and also to vole upon an Iu-
First anfl Secoi MetMst.
C. II. Cl.l KFOItD Cotmuaiuier.
T. V. MiTi.i.Ai.r I.lciitrnunt.
II. V. Yoakum Secrttary.
U. LUTT PniUlcot.
A you nv man btul alwAfi accompaulot hli
rvady JuUnl"' the
lvo. father that 1
1)1 attend tbo Bcconl !rtliodit this morn-
nr." Uiton llili tho ohl trentleman deitai-ted
fur tho First Methodist In which sanctuary ho
uen corner. Tho 5 eacon although ft
orklntr Chrlntlan. ahm belleviM In tho
Kood IhlnifS of mother earth. And had a plen-
tifully supplied wluo cellar which (as he
knew that the young were liable to bo Indis-
creet) he kept under lock and key. For several
In his wine casks and ho also noticed that bis
son had taken a great liking- fortheHceond
Methodist Church. On tho following' Sunday
First Methodist . out John renlied that bo had
already mudo arranjrenients to attend tho Soo-
ond Methodist. The deacon quietly departed
and John with three companions who had
been In waltlnjr.went to the cellar where t hoy
had been all along- secretly Indulging In tho
deacon's One old wines. John tiewtothedoor
and triea to inner tne key but could not ana
tho keyhole. Ho struck a match and saw
with surprtso that tho keyhole had been
plugged and that a very strong' able-bodied.
ho rays of light from the flickering match ro-
:ed airalnat the doorthev all noticed some.
thing white upon which was some character
and left for California. Ow
clfwo and he acknowledges that he made It
Second Methodist closed for
SpseUI to Artists.
Ono of the finest establishments that Ban An-
(lallery of C H. ftfuellcr at 20ft Commerce
men's materials of both domestic and lm-
portM kinds. Engravings chromoa and
ainungn aroon nana in an enuiess variety
'Icturo frames mouldltiirs and materials for
frofieo and lirn nalntlnir in lartre varieties.
China deooraUons and material for wax flow-
large assortment. Mr. Mueller
Joilth Dsm's Troubls.
Joslah Davli North Mlddleton KjrM
writes : "I am now using a box of your
Henry's Carbollo Sal to upn nloar
which for tbe past 10 dayi has given
me great pain. The salvo 1 Ue only
remedy I have tennd that haa Klren eae
any eace. My uleer waa oaaiea by vari-
cose velni and waa pronounced lncnra-.
ble by my medical advlaera. I find
however that llenry'g Carbollo Balva la
effecting a cure. lie ware of ImltatlwM
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