San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 65, Ed. 1, Monday, April 5, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light. cSr
West Side Bridge. KlM. M. L. -MM. J. 1 i X A V-X WM-M. J M. M. M. Wholesale and Retail.
.Volume VI. Number 65.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. MONDAY APRIL 5 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
A Word ATiont Clotbing
From ft very moderate beginning a little
mi ten nin mo. our Ready-made Cloth
Idk Depertmenthee grown to ai to fairly
ecilpte all othen Dot only In thli city bnt
alio In Weitern Texaa. We arc carrying
tbe largcit itock of MKN'H YOUTHS'
and novs' sum and sinole GAR-
MENTS and while we make It a ipeelalty
to handle none bat Rood ard honeit goodi
onr extenilve advantage In buying and le-
lectlng tbem enable! ui to tell at lower
figure! than Inferior goodi generally are
old. Our Clothing li made to wear and
Kite satisfaction fit end material being the
belt and itylea. and pattern aeleeted to
gratify tbe molt faitldloni taite.
Our Men'a Suite at 10 to $30 are mar-
vela of beauty and compare favorably
wltb tbe moat expenilve made to order.
Our $5 Boyi' School Suite are a good aa
tier and calculated to gladden the parent!
ai well aa tbe boyi tbemaelTei.
In Uate Shoe! Hoaterr. Neckwear and
everything belonging to tbla department
we are equally prepared to give latlifao-
tlon and extend a hearty Invitation to our
frlenda and cuatomeri near and far.
Our motto la to aell none but tbe beat
good! at popular prlcea." .
' ERASTUS REED.
STAFF EL & KUHL
General Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hides.
Agent! for Weir Sulky Flow Steal Hiding and Walking Cultlratora Corn and Cotton
Plantera Deerlng Mowere ltaapere Hinders and Harvesting Maohlnea
Littles Chemical Fluid and Powder Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST. - - SAN ANTONIO.TEX.
. A. and r. A. BROOKS
ROIIRT H. HUNSTOCK
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
1 "DISPENSING PHARMACISTS
South aide Military miasa. Corner South Floret street.
THE OKANOE CITY Or TUB SLOPE.
A Vivid Description of lta Climate Been
ery Health Eta by the Light's
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND.SHOE STORE
For an eai j fit. Boots and shoci made at prices to mlt everyone. Repairing while you
The flneat kind of ladlet aboea made to order
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
221 Commerce Street - - Opposite Hie Tengg's Old Stand.
"A. HAM PEL
Los Akqeum ilaroh 20 1880.
Editor San Antonio Light.
Passenger travel to and from the eoaat
li very great' tlila time owing to the
cheap ratei. Tblrty-aeven carloada left
tbe Oaklamdcfot for tbe eaat In ooe ar-
leraoon and eaeh day baa about the
iame nnnber. Am now oft" for the Ala.
mo City; though atopped here to aee the
wonder of Southern California. At
Tebaehlpl Fail on the Southern 1'aclHc
la tome tine aeenery and In going over
it the road paaaee through many tunnela
through monntalni. Still further down
la the largeat tne a mile and a quarter
In length. Thla la tbe San Fernando
tunnel and after plunging Into lta utter
darkneea for eeveral minutes our train
emerge! Into tbe San Fernando valley
the moat beautiful one In Southern Cali
fornia. It la moatly In an advanced
atate of cultivation; growa aplendld
crops vegetablea etc. and baa the
largeat vlneyarda on the coait. Orange
grovee are yieiaing an enormous quan-
tltyof the luicloui fruit and la one of
lta greateat production!. The whole
country la lovely. The grata la from
one to two feet high and the trees have
Dean in perfect lousge more man a
month. The whole valley la green anil
presents a striking contrast to the moun-
tain! on either aide. There are thou-
aandi of orange treea laden wllh llielr
golden fruit great lleldi of wheat toon
to ripen gorgeous flowers fragrant and
oiooming meir unieu sweetness grow.
Iniratlll hv the warm smlllnir sun and
the air In a perfeot unlion with soft-
neei of all thla valley acene. Then there
are the leeier height or foot bills
decked In tbe green garb of nature with
aow ana men a ciutnp or iragrant pine
tight' can be leen the co'ld outline! of
mountains wim tneir never ceating
orowna or mow agalnat a deep blue tky.
An bouri' run and we are at Lot Angelea
the laid to be Paradise of tbe ooaat.
doea cantlvato the fanov. and
whether we Judge by lta aplendld array
of builneu atructurei lta elegant resi-
dences adorned by the clambering vinea
and roaea that never ceate to bloom the
deor yarda the very aotne of taste and
fierrecuon aiwaya green and made lire
Ike by the most beautiful ehru a rotes
and flowera that ever lentthelr fragrance
toanocean'a breezea.lt pleases bevontl
expretalon and when we climb the
ateep ana green oarpeteu tuna on the
north In the mldtt or the Illicit dwell
ing! and look In one direction the great
watera or the I'aclflo are seen surging IB
nllei dlatant; In another direction
mountain! tlretted In irreen lie beneath
grander enet eternally capped wltb
enow footbllla that gently slope awny
hid only by tbe dark green foretts of
iweet-imelllng pine and then If we look
In front there la Loi Angelei (the city
of Angela) wbote many church spires
rise high above tbe beautiful structures
all around; there too. Is tbe Pntadena
theneweden of the coast and there Is
spread before the eyea the Sun Uahrlel
Valley with lta vlneyarda and orange
groves lta wheat Uelds and flower var-
ans and the San Gabriel river flowing
leisurely along In the eunny splendor or
tuia mountain ocean anu vauey scene.
Lot Angelea baa a little less than 40000
Inhabitants and Is growing with ureat
rapidity. Aa a winter retort It It
famous and the botela are continually
uucu wun iQTaiius anu tourists.
The wlntera are charmlne. but I think
the summers must be very warm except
In tbe evening and morning when the
osean's cool breezes make an overcoat a
necessity so I was Informed. The
nlgbta are very cool and damp In winter
or summert and all In all I do not think
it couia ne a more neaitnv Diace tiinn
San Antonio and doea not nearly com-
fiare wun western Texas aa 1 judge it
n a point of health. Bnt It It a beautl-
ful place and I never beheld aueli an
abundance of gorgeoua flowers aa can be
aeen here even In winter. Our door-
yard eontalna 130 varletlea of roses alone.
There are many nice villages adjacent
and maav lovely drives aome out to the
ooait. Paiadena li the coming eharm to
all tbe country about ltltelzht ml el
dlitant and already baa about 1000 pou-
uiaiien w no are aetermmea to make it
one of tbe tinett toots In the world.
Everything that refined taite oan suggest
or that wealth aided by nature and art
can secure will be added to the charms
of this delightful snot. The ocean a In
vigoraimg oreezea tne odorous pine
groves awaet luniblne and air fragrant
with tbe perfume of violets heliotropes
and orange srroves.etc Is alreadr bring
ing aumirera from an pane or me conti
nent. The Raymond hotel In conttrue
tlon. Is to cost half a million dollars. Ir
the large grounds around It li a (lower
garden or live acrei. and In tbls they now
ave 625 varieties of rotes.
California has some beautiful country
and" line cities lure enotieb. and although
lta aeasons are earlier than In Texas. It
la not a more beautiful country than
Texas and In point of health will not
average better. Tbe good land! there
are very nign ana tne umnete labor
maxc it not a very good poor man's
Tbe Chinese questfen la being agitated
a great deal but the 'Coollet" have not
they were built but It la terrible to lee
bow neglected they are and the vandal.
Im exhibited by that wretched creature
thetourlit whole rude handi have dam-
aged In mlnutea that whlob It took yeara
to perfect. I with I oould buy two of
tbe deora at the Second Million and I
Intend to see Oovernor Ireland when I
am at Austin relative te that and alto
to exhort him to protect theie line rulm
from further dettrnctlon America baa
very few spoil ot Interest archcologl-
cally considered and those few the baa
sbould be cherished wllh oare."
i This utterance of Mill Kellogg baa
been echoed by many Northern vlillert.
and a like aatonltbment expretied that
no beed should be taken of these relics
of a period surrounded by associations
and episodes of Intense and absorbing
Interest to all pertoni of the lllghtett
culture. It li not known what the re
sult of Mlts Kellogg's Interview with
Governor Ireland on the subject was
but It Is te be hoped It wai a tslltfao-
tory one. and that the State will take
itepi to preiervo tbete monument! of a
Cruelty to Anlmale.
One of the urgent duties that the So
ciety for the l'reventlon ofCrueltr to
Animals should Imposo upon Itself li the
remedying or a widely-spread evil that
hitherto has been overlooked ; this Is the
prevention or throwing ofltl and other
rubblth on Ihi prairie or chapparal
within tbe city limits. Tbe worst feat-
ure ef this Is tbe tin-can nuisance; tbese
cans are thrown down promiscuously
nd caltle get their hooves Into tbem.
cutting and Injurlrg them severely.
A gentleman yesterday law Inttancea of
this on Ulgnowlty Hill tine two-year-old
bad one or tbe hooves cut off by a
tin can whlob had caught on It while
the animal was walking and another
was teen wun a tin can euiueddeu in us
boor creating Inflammation and pain.
Another outrage Is that the vegetable
refuse thrown down is often poisoned by
tnese tins ana mu came rating it uie.
Mr. Campbell can corroborate this asser
tion be having lost 22 head of cattle last
year from title cause.
A Man of Talent.
Oyster. Flak aa Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'a Hall Corner of Commerce and Loaoya Streets.
aarLunob. and Meali at all houra. Everything served In Flnt-CliM Style
Follta waiters In attendance. 7-M-im
Key. W. B. Preston of the Cumber
land Presbyterian Church preached
two eloquent aermons to largo cengregi'
Hons yesterday. Tbe sacrament of the
Lord's Supper wai partaken of at the
moraine aervlcei. This talented vouag
mlnliter ll winning admirers by tbe
icore lor nil origm intellect ana earnest'
A Plea for the Missions.
While' Miss Clara Louise Kellogg was
In tbe city recently a Light reporter
bad a long conyertatlon wltb ber on
aubject that ihould excite action on the
part of the public Sbeiald:
"I like San Antonio and think It de
llgbtful. I don't think 1 have have ever
met In my travels such a quaint city.
One thing bai itruck me aa being horri-
ble It li tbla. I went on yeiterday
afternoon to vlilt tbe Mlttlont. I think
tbey are the molt Interettlng rulni 1
have ever leea beoauae of tbelr peculiar
association! and conditions under which
Tbe ceremony ofcbrlstenlng Mr. Frank
Krltch'a little son took place yeiterday
afternoon at that gentlenian'a residence
IntheScoond ward amid a large coin-
any of the Invited friends of the family.
)anclng. tntitle and feaitlni? took nlaco
alter tbe ceremony. Among thote pres-
ent beside the host and hostess and Im-
mediate relatives were tbe following:
jva rronoese nenry wagner juamte anu
Annie varga juna uense .miss wefing
l.nuls Wellnc. Mlti Hernandez. Mlitea
Amelia and Annie Weyel Mill Kant-
leben. Ilen Vartra. Adolfo Hernandez and
New Orocory Store.
Tbe attention of our reader! li called
to tbe advertltement eltewbere of the
new grocery store of Metiri. Neumann
& Icke corner of Kait Commerce and
Ike Oak streets. Hot li these vounar
gentlemen were born and raised In this
city and are thoroughly potted In tbe
mercantile uutineti anu reel saiisuea
they can give entire tatlsractlon to all
who may raver them wllh their patron-
age. Try tbem.
For Fort Worth.
Capt. Schmidt wllh about 20 rangers.
all heavily armed passed through the
city yesterday en route from I'eareall to
ron norm to me scene er the bloody
riot or last Saturday. Tbey bold ordera
from tbe governor to get there as soon as
Injured Her Child.
young Mexican girl whose butband.
named 1'edro drives one ol the city
scavenger carts Is reported to have
nearly killed her two-montbi-old child
one night recently by lying on it In ber
sleep and crushing Its breaat and break
ing one arm in two n aoaa. The mother
has not been married more than a year
iiu i Bunrceiy in jeers oi age. ine
cniici cannot recover.
Kducado Davlla Garza a little Mexl
can editor at one time connected with a
t mali;Spanlth newspaper published here
was arrested last Saturday by Marshal
Shardetn on a charge preferred by Capt.
j. u. naiiance u.n.army cnarglag him
with bavins: swindled him nut of S17 on
false representatlona In whlob the name
of Qen. Trevlnlo wai used. The young
man waa admitted to ball In tbe ism of
.jO0 by;Juttlce Crawford and the can
wai anrrwarui uismitieu "for interna'
Bids for Brlclc Residence.
The Hit of bid! for the erection of a
brick residence on San Pedro avenue for
Mrs. A. Robinson obened at the office of
games jntirpny arcntteci snows mat
meiuainii x uieason were me lowest
bidders. Their bid was f 3040.
w c. T. U.
The Woman'a Chrlttlan Temnerance
Union of tbla city holdi Itt annnal meet-
ing at 7:30 tbla evening In the Travia
l'ark Methodltt church. Heportt of work
acoomptunea ana addresses mar be ex
pected uentiemen ana laaiei are cor1
dlally Invited to attend.
itiiir it. tunor
A cruel hoax wai perpetrated on the
llelknap Illflei yeiterday. A menage
wai received by Captain Hal Howard
apparently from Fort Worth command
ing the company to procure all their
available men and proceed to that
city thli morning. with mar-
tial ardor fired the youthful loldlen
went to meir nomri.meir nreaiti iweii
armory ileeDlng there all night
In order to be In readlnen to
go by train to Fort Worth llerore
starting for tbe depot however tbe
tone Diayeu on mem was unclosed
and they are now looking around
tor tne wag wno tried
fool them. Although the affair
waa not lerloui the Belknap Illflei are
to be commended for the earneit zeal
and pluck wblcb tbey dliolaved In an
awerlng ao.promptly te what they then
tnougni was a lertoui matter.
A one of forcible entry and detainer.
brought by Andy Llngiweller agalnit
Andy Battle wai deolded by Juitlce
irawrora mil morning in i-ingsweuer
favor and reitltutlon of property
Brlof Qlance at 8unday Pleaeure Re-
sort all Over the City.
Dotted at Interval! all over Ihe elty
are pleaiant retort t which during tbe
drowiy aummir are filled wllh people
njoylng their Sunday aflernooni a
pleasant relaxation from the toll of the
week. Here are to be found rich and
poor young and old mingled together
lacking tbe cool foliage which tempera
the heat of the summer sua. Ereryoae
these retort! anneared to be troubled
Ith a consuming- thirst which liallaved
by frequent draught! of cool beer at
the afternoon panel away and duik
quietly clotet In upon them. Inspiring
tralni or motlc are heard and soon tbe
merry crowd! are Indulging In the
daace Theie are iltnple pleasures and
tbote who provide tbem deserve to be
encouraged A cursory notice ol eacb
of tbete popular Sunday afternoon re-
sorts will be given
The largest and probably the moat
popular la to be found at the San Pedro
Springs where Mr. F. Kerble endiavori
to pleaie hit patrona. He haa made con-
siderable alteration In the grounds this
year and has erected a commodious
itga wuere opera ooune will be played
urlng the aeaion. The lame dance
hall haa alio been renovated and a gen-
eral Improvement It to be observed.
On Government Hill Mr. Mulh hai
gone to considerable expense erecting
at the rear of his pleasant house a spaci-
ous oonoert and dance pavilion. This
catches the full benefit of the cooling
breeze wblch even In midsummer Is
always to be felt at thli fashionable
uarter or me city near tbe suniet
snot are to be round two more Iranians.
both or which are highly popular. The
llrst ot these Is at Jonas; here pleasant-
laid out grounds are to be seen wun
any shadv retreata and alcoveacovered
wltb fellage. Tbe dance pavilion here
Is one of the larreit In the oltv. Mr.
Jonaa aiwaya provides good mutlo for
hit patroni and be deserves the succen
tbat attend! hit eflorti to pleaie the
Hard by the above ll Hommen' Gar-
deni a coel retreat being completely
closed In by large tren that spread their
capactoui llrabt In all directions. This
tesjon Mr. Sommers haa bad thegreundi
Improved and enlarged hla dancing plat-
Nearer to town tbe Million Garden
attract! crowd! of vltltori and the many
concert partial Mr. Ludwlg Mahneke ie-
cures are attended by fashionable audi-
encei. Here again are to be obierved
Improvement! for the coming season.
Mr. Mahneke; weara a profound air of
mystery when questioned ai to tbe at-
traction! be Intend! itartllng hit friend!
and customers with thli lummer but
be itatei they will ecllpie former at
Huppertiburg Garden li In the lama
lort It having a very Interettlng mu-
seum and a oonvenlent dance pavilion.
Any vuitors to me aimions snouia not
u to give nuppensourg uaruen a can.
Another garden whlcn will be mere
ipular than ever this season la that
ept by Simon Fest. This has always
een largely irequenteu ty sunuay
leisure seekers. This however will
be Increased from the faot that the Aran-
sas depot has been established almost
oppoalte and visitors from Floresvllle
etc. will surely visit the gardens. In
anticipation oi mis air. reti naa en-
larged his plaoe and built a fine hotel
and also redecorated tbe very pretty
grounds tbat surround It.
Kven west of the Sen Pedro tbese re
sorts are to be found tbe chief one of
wblch being kept by Mr Martin Schie-
bel. This gentleman bai gone to a con-
alderable outlay to beautify tbe garden
nu conitruct tuitauie dancing mruce
The railroad iltuatlon remain! gener
ally unchaaged tbrougheut Texas.
The Atcblion Toreka and Santa Fe
surveyor! report the route via Sherman
Thirty of the men taken back Into the
MUtouri racn o siiods at ueniaon are
skilled mechanics; the reit ate unskilled
workmen aau moitiy new men.
A illeht Are In the Plantera Hotel. St
Louli. caused auch denie volume! of
moke to roll through tbe houie tbat
four iirvaat glrli were imotbered te
There ll a very nrevallnt belief In Wall
itreet New Yotk that there li a mys
terious coinectton between the railroad
strike In the West und the stock ipecu
latora in meeait.
Iloxle turned a cold iboulder to the
General Executive Committee of the
COME AND SEE OUR
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES.
They are Pronounced to be
Lace Canvass Cloth
Fino Novelty Robos
Egyptian Laco Flouncing
' Large Stock of New Jerseys Just Received.
400 Pieces of New Matting White and Colored.
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerse Street.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
u Burrr riauiur ano ttnjTaiinir. watenei and Clock Itepa rln. Only the meet
wSlFwiZlljTa-U A"""" UuslnetsentrSstedtoul! OaS a?d
nu. is IUYAKBO
Ueik room In an office convenient lo
cation nicely furnlihed and tilted up.
Aouresi r. u. J." tuia ouice.
Knlgbti of Labor when tbey called on
blmln St. Loula. and did not atk them
to be aeated. after tbey had crotted half
a continent to arbitrate wltb blm by bit
The Arbitration bill haa Dasied tbe
House : veaa 105. nava 27. It Is entitled
"a bill to provide a metbod for settling
controvertlet and difficulties between
railroad corporations engaged tin Inter
itate and territorial transportation of
property ana pauengeri ana tneir em
Of the three bollce officers ihot by the
trlken on the Ill-fated train tbat lift
Fort Worth Saturday two were Knights
of Labor John Mulferd and Charles
Sneed. Ma I ford will recover Snied li
dead. DIok Townsend the third officer
ibot li alio dead. It li not known hew
many of the riotert were thet; ene wai
The Italian Society.
At a meeting of the Italian Society.
held yeiterday afternoon at tbelr hall
on Monterey itreet an election for
officers was held with the following re
I resident -A urnnl.
Vice I-reildent P. Nigra.
Secretary Angsle lloniaver.
Anlitant Secretary A. llallaglla.
Caahler O. fllorda.
Finance Committee O. H Caitlnola
L. Debattlste O. Feci. .
Relief Committee P. Caitrelll O
Laziarl A. I'eroae. L uoiamno
Flav-Carrtar 11. Obrlottl.
Medical Examiner aa1 Phyilolan Dr
Through the Window.
Tbe ocoupants of a itreet car Mo. 14
a box car on tbe San Pedro line were
aitenlinid latt Saturday afternoon
whan the oar atonrjed and two men. evl
rientlv from the rural dlltrlotl. boarded
the ear. The vounser man iteDDed noon
the nlatform and entered through tbe
door while tbe older man graated the
window ellli and climbed In through tbe
open window at tne nae oi ine car
cauaingno nine mammem u weu
alarm to leveral paisengen.
Immense Display of
Linen Finish Lawns
Immense Line Percals.
First ui Second Miolisl
Hew Gedt for Spring.
Fine line or aultlnua for custom aults.
juit received. 1'ancoast ft Son.
AJ.kt lo Mothtri.
Mrs. Wlnalow'i Soothlnar Svrun
should aiwaya be used for children
teething. It sooths the child soften!
ine gums alley! ail pain curea wind
oolic.and li tbe belt remedy for dler-
rnwa. vj cenu a Dome. 7-xj-iyr
G. B. rrsna
111 continue hla erand sate one dav
longer. lie la offering goods at such ex
traordinary low prices such a rush haa
been made on hla atore for the bait few
day! hit numeroui clerk! are unable to
watt on an tne outtomera. To-morrow
(Tuetday) li Ihe latt day. Do not fall to
call and take advantage of tbe rare bar
galm being offered. 4-5-lt
had always accompanied his
uoday moralo his father was surprhMnl
rhen. In reolrto"Aee vuu n.&.ir. JnhnV tha
jro'jug- fellow aaldl "I Uelleve father that I
Uv Kovea &. Lanirholz. the larrelt aa-
tort men t In the city of lap duitert all
new pattern!. Alio tbe luttlv famoui
n.ngiiio orowo soap me oeai prepara-
tion for washing harness ana aaddlei
and the German PutzPomade for clean
ing harneu mounting! and all kind! of
menu iiiverware anu nicnei-piatea
unr aiioriment or buggy hirnett both
double ll alwave comnlat'e. Onr heme
ana coiiar aingie ouggy narneu at iu
per let cannot be beat by anyone. 4-fi-3t
ie Kind is Hu Untie.
I think younar Mr. McQuffln la a very
Kinu-oeancu man" remarxea sin
"Indeed" replied ber butband.
"Ah! what bai be done to blm.'
"Why. one cold day laat month I law
him on the atreet with no overcoat on.
and 1 told him he ought not to come out
ao unprotected and be laid be had let
nu unoie nmenon nave nil ooat. I
luppote hli uncle waa too poor to buy
one aid when 1 aee a young man io
inougniiui aooui nu reiativei i snow
be la kind-hearted. 4-3-tf
Thsmai Gsggtn A Brot.
Thli old. reliable muilo bouie wai ea-
tabluhed In 18G0 and rank ai the pioneer
muito men oi lexaa. rneir career naa
been one of uninterrupted latlsfaotlon to
tnemseiveitneir manuiaoiurere anu tne
luouo wun wnom tbey nave been deal-
oe during all thoae yean. In adhering
to tbe vital principle of all builneu
transaciiona-mainienance or integrity
and itrlct regard for every contract or
nromlse Ihe houses of Oonan As Brea.
here and In Galveston can view tbe past
and nnrallel It with tbe beat In the land.
while tbe horoscope of the future brings
to view itlll greater remit! for tbelr
irrowlnar builneu In thli nrrowlner State.
Mr. Mike Qoggan the manager of the
Han Antonio branch li one of thote
whole-ieuled gentlemen whom It ll a
pleasure to do builneu with and you
will alwava flod him ready for a trade.
u you contemplate Dujing a nrsi-ciass
iniirumeui ai a low ngure oati inu tee
areDta to the Flrtt Methodltt Church. One
er was surpi
era. rather. I
will attend the Second Methodist tufa morn
Ina-" Upon this the old gentleman departed
fur the Klrtt Methodltt lu which sanctuary be
eyed lo the
tlfully tupplleil wine cellar which (as ha
knew that the young were liable to be India-
cn?t) he kept under lock and key. For several
weeis too ueaeon naa noted tne oollow sounds
In bU wlno ceskt and ho also noticed that hla
iMiiiii-n a greai uaine; rortbeseoond
un tne touowlog Hunday
already inado arranxetuents to attend the 8eo-
ond Methodltt. Tlie deacon quietly departed
and John with three companions who bad
had boen all ato'na tecretlr Imlultnv in thn
deacon's nne old wlnei. John flew to the door
nu inru io insert me acy. out could not find
tbekoyhole. He struck a match and saw
with surprise that the keyhole had been
plugged and that a very strong able-bodied
padlock had been attached totbodoor. Aa
irsoi ugni irmn tne nickering match ro-
il against the dnor ther all noticed inme.
thing white upon which was tome charactere-
fleeted against the door they all noticed t
nd. standing back the nnnlrf hanllvtM.lli.va
thelreyeaaotbeyreadln large letters. tbete
i -second Meibodlst closed for re-
John felt so cheap tbat he went
t to his Uncle Kmerson at No.
and left for California. Owing to tbe cut
In railroad rares he got a through ticket for
11 and Is now a wealthy man In San Fran-
cisco and he acknowledges that he made It
out of that 134 be got from Emerson. Tbey
toe unqge to neip tne ooys over.
Ipttlal Is Artlsli.
One of tbe finest eatabUihrnunta t hat Ran An
tonio ir not Texas can boast of la the Art
Gallery of C II. Mueller at an Commerce
street. Mere can be bad artist's and draught-
materials of both domeatlo arid Im
ported kinds. Kngravtnga chromoe and
ainunga are on nana in an enaiesa variety.
i rallies mouiainge ana matenaia for
paints olli and other material In that Una aa
well aa window glass and fine domeatlo and Im-
ported decorative wall paper are specialties in
his eitabliabment. U-la-lr
Ts Spur a Jaded appetite
ie thing to lnrlrorate and retmlata the
digestive organs Is another. And yet aaere
are even termed tonlos. Hoatetter'a Btomeah
Ultters Is on a far higher plane In the category
of medical preparations than the so-callad
tonics which Impart a relish for the food.
Tbese hare their use and are estimable pro
vided tbey ne pure. Hut the loope or the
remedial operation of the Bitten li far wider.
It reforms entirely an enfeebled condition of
the stomach and purh.ee Its Jutoes if vitiated
aa well aa pronuclei tbelr secretion In health-
rul abundance. Tbo stomach having In eon-
Junction with the liver and the boweta been
Verer and ague poverty of tbe
xmsexiuentdeoiutv. rhaumfttla ail
ments aad a tendeooy to kidney and bladder
0ns Wttk Only.
COdoz. full regular made English half-
nose to cents.
CO doz. gents' bleached drawers
U doz. genti' nalniook uadenhlrti
CO doz. India ganze undsnhlrts
DO doz. lummer merino underthlrtt
100 blue flannel suit! 17.60.
100 fanoy eitilraere lulu 7.7B.
100 left of theie popular lulu at $10.00.
76 children'! blue lallor lulu 1.7S.
100 doz gerli' white ablrti made of
Wamiatta muilln and 1700 linen at 85
100 doz. of the flnut aad beat' cuitom
shlrti known a Crown brand at tl.S5.
COO doz. genta' linen oollari at 13
For one week only. Call our atten-
tion to thli notloe when you call.
4-6-0t B. Dxutsch ft Co.
troubles an also remedied by it. 4-Mw
Our Itil Monday's Drive
Will comprise the following :
1000 remnants of Swlu Jaconett aad
Ecru Embrolderln and All-over.
Very bandiome pattern! In white em-
broidered rebel at S1.7S eaeh.
Antique Torchou Kgytlan Oriental
Spinlth Valenclne and a very nlee lo-
lectlon of oolored Laces.
rLOUNCLVOS AMD KVXKiASTlNOI.
You will alio find dliplayed on our
counter! COO remnant ol whit good
ranging from the cheapeit lawn te the
Ladlel. do not mlaa thla chance for It
ti potltlvely the belt opportunity to get
more than your money' worth.
uauasu oe ocnviaceo ai u.B. Araaa
Alamo Store. i-S.lt
Joilih Davu'i Tnuble.
Jcelah Davis North Mlddleten Ky
wrltei : "I am now uilng a box or your
llenry'a Carbolic Salve upon aa nleer
which for tbe past 10 day ha given
me great pain. The eelv u the only
remady I have teund (bat haa given aa
any ease. My uloer waa oauaed by vari-
cose vein and wa pronounced laeara-
ble by or medical advlaen. 1 aae
however that Henry' Carbolla Salve I
effecting a cure." Bewer of ImltaUoa.
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