San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 68, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 8, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light. -fMr
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 8 1886.
Volume VI. Number 68.
Only $5 a Year.
DOWN TO DEATH 200 FEET-OItEAT
EXCITEMENT IN MASSACHUSETTS.
Engineers In Session All Quiet on tho
Missouri Pacldc-Btate swing
Knneas May Take b Hand-
Foreign News Short.
JOSKE ' BROTHERS.
STAFFEL & KUHL
General Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hides.
Agent for Weir Sulky Plow Stool Riding anil Walking Cultivators Corn and Cotton
Planters Dcerlng Mowers lteaper.Bludersan.d Harvesting Maohlnes.
Littles Chemical Fluid and Powder Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST. - - SANANTONIO.TEX.
A. A. nd F.A. BROOKS
ROBERT H. HUNSTOCK
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
South tide Military flara. Corner South Floris Street
STRICKER & ZOPFS
QoldarjJ Bitter Vlatliitr and r.njfruvlntr Watches and Clock Itejmlrlnir Onlr tho most
NO. 14 NAVAICHO STHKKT
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
For an easy fit. lioots and shoes uiuile at nrlccH to lult everyone. HepalrlPR while you
Tho 11 nest kind of ladles iuow tnado to order.
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
221 Commerce Street - - Opposite Nlc. Tengg's Old Stand
Oysters Fish and. Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce: and Losoya 8treets
(ay-Lunch and Meili at all hours. Everything ttrved In Flrst-Clar Style
route waiiera in auenuanae. -ao-oui
MERCHANTS DiNKKItr. AND MAS
A WlKKLV JOVHNAL Of
TlUDg FlNANCK AND PUBLIC ECONOMY.
Sixteen I'atfenrew Saturday.
Oftentime Twenty Vagt. Sometime Tut.it
THE BRADSTREET COMPANY
(lluilneis Eatabllihed lMfl-lnoorpor
Capital and Scftrixs f 1400000.
Executive Offices S78 181 283 II road way N. V.
Merchants.Uankers.Manfacturers and others:
Dkah Hikb In addition to our Mercantile
Avency Heports wo aro now nubllshlntr a
weekly commercial and financial newspaper
Tills paper U of value and Interest to ob-
serving buslnoss men eipoelally merchants
tanker and manufacturer.. It doe. not deal
with eredlt. or rurnlsn rating. but report.
review and dLousse. thoso matter. domcstlo
aud forelgu that havo any bearing upon the
business of thl. country lteporllmr thoeroi.
In detail Investigating numerous Industries
criticising various Investment securities and
had always accompanied hi.
larenta to the First Methodist Church. One
under morning hi. rather was surer sod
when. In reply to "Aro you ready Johnr" tho
young fellow .aid! "I believe father that 1
lng." Upon this the old gentleman departed
for tho First Methodist In which sanctuary ho
was a shining light and a great power around
me amen corner tno aeacon aunougn a
hard-working Christian also belie ed In tho
good thing of mother earth and bad a plen-
tifully supplied wine cellar which (as he
knew that the young wero liable to bo Indis-
creet) ho kept under lock and key. For several
weoks the deacon had noted tho hollow sounds
In his wine casks and ho also noticed that his
son had takon a great liking for tho Second
Mothodlst Church. On the following Sunday
ibodeaeon again asked'bls sontogototho
attend the Hi"
St. Lorn April 7. Knglneer em
ployed on the railroad here decline lo
late the cause or Clilef Arthur' pres-
ence In the city or It. probable tflect
lion an extension or the strike to their
Brotherhood. A prominent member ot
the Knights of Labor when questlontd
about the matter laid: "That I. Juat
what will be done Mr. Arthur to he
ure li opposed to strikes but such a
pressure win ue ureugnt to uear mat ue
Twenty llretnen employed on engines
of the bridge and Tun. el company
truck to-day In support of the Knights
of Labor. This unless others can be
found to till their positions will again
top the transfer of all freight trains
over the bridge.
1 tie executive ooarn ot ine iiroiuer-
hood of Locomotive Knglneers nre hold-
ing a meeting In St. Louis to-day. Chief
Arthur being present and are consider-
ing the question whether It will be ad-
visable to strike In support of the
Knights of Labor.
A Topeka Kansas sp.clal says: State
rlew to.ilav. exnressed the onlnloa that
If the Missouri Pacllloofilclali continued
their dlscourteoua treatment ol the olll-
oer of the Knlghti of Labor a general
boycott against the Oould system would
be ordered. The Commissioner said
some time ago the weitern roads at hi
request gave mm ino ngures regarding
their scale of wagea from which be
made a tabulated ttatement demonstrat-
ing that tbe Missouri Paclllo paid an
average ot 33 per c.nt. less wage than
any other road. Tbe Commissioner also
expressed disbelief In Mr. Uould's state
ment mat ine company nau retatneu in
It employ hundred of unnecessary
men for fear of precipitating trouble
wim tne iinignts ot i.auor.
Four Worth April 7. The Gulf Colo
rado and Santa Fe directory has made a
proposition to the city of Kort Worth to
extend It line north to the Ited river
and thence to a connection In the In-
dian Territory with a road to St. Louis
or Kansas City. The bonus asked Is
SJO.OOU in ensn anu rignt-oi-way turougn
this county. The citizens to-day raised
$12500 of the amount. Fort Worth and
the contiguous country would prefer u
St. Louis connection but It Is under-
ansas City Is uiaklig greater
efforts than St. Louis. Us soon as the
right-or-way can tie obtained a corps or
engineers will be placed In the Held. In-
side of 30 day work will begin.
Tho completion of the Fort Worth nnd
New Orleans to Waxabacble will give
the new road several outlet to tne guir
rrom this point me r on worm anu
New Orleans now has 28 miles of steel
rails laid and will make connection
with the Central oy tne enu or .May.
Austin April 7. The Jury of the Dis
trict court In the case of Mrs. Mottle
Eanes charged with the murder of her
little son Claudle last December nf ter
being out all jilght returned a ertllct
of murder In the second degree nnd llxed
her penalty at 23 years in the peulten
The following counties have paid In
terest on loais from the school funds-
Hays Tarrant Uuadalupe. i.atupasns
and El I'aso aggregating $20000.
The Attorney General has approved
the bond of Kaufman countv for $00.-
The Hoard ol Education purchased
Governor ireianu u mrnisueu wiid
suitable names will appoint two dele-
gate from each congressional dlntrlct.
anu lour irom tne oisie at large iu me
warmers' National Congress to be held
In t I'aiiI Minn.. August 22th.
A colored man. Thomas Sims was
burled alive thl morning by tbe banks
or Barton's creek aoout two times irom
Austin oaving upon him. He was 4
vears old. He leaves a large family
A fire to-night at 11:30 destroyed a
portion of tbe Water and Qas Company's
buildings. L.OSS auoui z.mu.
state Superintendent Baker ha se
leoled the following places for white
summer normal Bcnoois: ueauiiioni
Marshall Athens Ureenvllle Ulliuer
Atlanta uotumoia uonzaies wiuwtu
Flatoila Ilryan Mexla Dallas Gaines
vllle. Jacksboro. Ulllsboro. Lampasas
Waco San Marcos Stephenvllle nnd
Paris and the following for colored
normals: orange raiesune uenuersun
llrnznrla. Keguln and Corslcana.
Everything lsaulet here. Trains are
running regularlr.aod no further trouble
Is anticipated. One company or rangers
were sent to Alvarado to-day on rumor
of trouble there but later reports show
that the rumor were wunoui lounua
Inltlatorr ttens have been taken by
tbe Parker County Farmers' Alliance
looking to the nomination and eleotlon
or a lanoriagman'a mate anu oountv
tinker. Unless some runture occur be
tween the Knight of Labor-ami tbe
Farmer' Alliances the affair of Texas
stand a rood chance of falling Uto the
hands of those organizations at the
Stat election next fan.
OrtEENriKLD Mass. April 7. A terrl
ble disaster occurred on the Fltchhurg
railroad to-night midway betwee
Bard well's ferry and Welt Deerfleld ati
tlon. The east bound passenger train
due at Greenfield at 6:05 p. m. went over
an embankment 200 feet high
bodlea have already been taken out of
tbe ruin ana it is not Known now many
otbers were killed ine train was tne
eastern exnres. and consisted of a bag'
gage car smoker sleeping car mail car
this hour 1 known to have escaped In-
turr. One ai.n. whose name Is Un-
known la Imprisoned In the wteck of
i ine sieener. wnere no i. ueiug nurneu
alive one little girl lias uern pickeu
Ilelng Interviewed by wire to-night at
Shelburne Falls Conductor Foster said t
"lam unable to state how many were
en the train. Onlr three men have thus
l far been found who escaped Injury nnd
nicy set tnenittnoerni passengers an ine
way from 25 te 100.'' No doubt half a
dozen were killed outright.
Cliicmci April 7. The Dally News
this morning says: The linking of the
of Frederick II. Winston Unite
States minister to Persia with that of
utile Woods the unfortunate girl who
died on Monday morning from exees-
e onluni smoking In a Chinese den
III cause a surprise to many yet later
velonnienH show that tbe two were
not only acquainted out were at one
ne at least muca to eacu otner.
helheron Winston's part tne relation
was paternal merely or of a more ardent
attire is a sunject ot coujeotur. ins
nlv letter found auionir the girl's ef
fects was addressed "My Dear Jennls"
and cloned as follows : "He true lo your-
self and Iry to raise yourself and believe
t jolt win always nnve my syuipamy
id good wishes. I may never see you
again Jennie In this world but 1 do
hope to hear good accounts of you.
man ue in tne city tut uanuary 12. aim
en start a long Journey. Good-bye.
WITH MIL OlvOHOE KALTKYEK.
A City Full of Life Money and Huelnoee.
Dlrmlngham At tho Pitta-
burr of tho Soutn.
COME AND SEE OUR
Immense Display of
ay God We"! you. Yours
Hi'KNos Aim April 17. The revolu
tionists have been completely d. It. ted
and have terminated their campaign.
nded are being carefully at
tended and prisoners taken by the gov-
ernment liberated. The candidature of
Senor Canipo. for tbe Presidency of the
uepuuiio was oy opposition parties pro-
timeti esteruay aesisieu ey.numerous
Mr. JoneV Experience and His Tnle of the
San Antonio as a health and pleasure
resort I gaining an enviable reputation
northern climes and each year the
number of visitor who flock here In-
creases. Mr. Jones comes from N.w
ork. and aocompanled a very rich
family from tbe same place In his ca- Jeot and theSenateapprovedof granting
legal bankruptcy partnership and hundred
of other topics are ably treated not In tho In-
terest of political parties or geographical soo-
tlonsnut in the best tnterost of tbe business
men or the whole country.
wo solicit you
subscription for ono ) ear at
B IIUADSTIIEKT COMPANY.
sdhscmbk now ron
been In walting.wcnt to tho collar where they
tiad been all along secretly Indulging In tbe
deacon's Quo old wines. John tlow totho door
ana inea to innort the koy nut couia not nna
tbe keyhole. Ho struck a match and ssw.
with surprise that the keyhole had been
plugged and that a very strong able-bodied
padlock bad boon attached to lb
the rays of light from tbe nickering match re-
flected against the door they all noticed some
thing white upon whleh was some charactere-
thclr ere. a. thev read.
pairs." John felt so cho.n that ho went
straight to his Uncle Emerson at No.
12 bolod.d street and borrowed Ml
.nil left rnr fl.lirnntU. Main- In tua it
In railroad fares be got a through ticket for
(14. and Is now a wealthy man In 8un Fran
cisco and ho acknowledges that ho made It
outor ILU 3t he got from Emerson. They
and two ordinary passenger cars
train was In charge of Conductor Foster.
with Herbert l.utleloiin a engineer
the Dolnt where the accident occurred
I the most dangerous on the road. Tbe
train run on ine euge 01 an emoanK-
ment 200 feet above the Deerfleld river.
The bank It steep and covered with huge
boulder and masses of rock. When the
train arrived at this point the track com
menced to settle under It for a distance
enverlng it entire length. The coacbea
broke from their truck and rolled over
nd over down tbe d reel Dice. Tbe en
gine broke from the tender tearing up
the track. Two hundred fset below
rolled tbe Deerfleld river on the very
verge of which tbe car were thrown.
A soon a they (truck they caught tire
from tbe stoves. Tbe deeping car was
an entire wreck. It was occupied by
teveral passengers not one of whom at
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES.
They are Pronounced to be
Ueerge II. Kalteyer the well-
known druggist cement manufacturer
and President of tbe Lone Star lire wery
was met yeiisrdsy afterioon by a re-
porter of the Lioit and Interrogated as
to what be learned and saw while ab-
sent on his recent Jonrney to Washing-
ton New York and other cities.
Mr. Kalteyer was obliging enough to
accord the scribe an Interesting resume
or hi trip and began by answering the
Well how' Washington V. C. r
'Busy very busy" be replied. "Con
gress Is In session and a always the
case when thl body meets the city Is
unusually crowded and I saw a great
many people there ; met all tbe Texas
representatives ; met young ltohert
Green formerly Captain of tho Ilelknap
Itlfle. now Senator Coke' private Sec-
retary ; saw Mayor Fulton of Galveston
Congressman Sayers and others. Hon.
Sayers waa then very confident of secur
ing ine passage 01 ms uiu lor an appro-
Srlatlon to erect a Federal building In
an Antonio for $200000 and which has
since been passed appropriating this
Antonio he hoped wouiu nave patience h-vjvj neces or iNew ivi ailing wnue ana uoiorea.
anu ne wouiw .ecuru iuv iiaB-.Ke 01 me
kill Tor tbe postoince anu inougiii ne
.would get the $200000. His bill was In-
troduced for this amount but was sub.
sequently cut to $160000 by the commit-
tee to whom It was referred. A bill Is
first Introduced In tbe House read the
llrst aid second times and then ordered
printed. It 1 tben referred to the proper
cemmlttee and from the committee It Is
reported back to the House of Itepreten-
t. lives and comes on the calendar ac-
cording to the number It was reported
oacg. oayer.' diii sianu. o. zu anu
Mr. Coke's bill from the Senate aland
No. 34. Thl i a out lor tne same ou-
Lnco Canvass Cloth
Fino Novelty Robes
Egyptian Laco Flouncing
Linon Finish Lawns
Immonso Lino Porcals.
Large Stock of New Jerseys Just Received.
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
2 1 2 and 2 1 4 Commersc Street.
paclty of valet to the Senior mem'
ber of It. Mr. Jones besides being
dude hss a keen zest for
port and being told that snipe was
plentiful In the environs he earnestly
expressed his desire to go on a snipe-
hunting expedition ; the process of catch
ing tbe unwary snipe was explained
and though he thought the method was
scarcely that which a born Nlmrod like
ulniseir wouiu nave pursueu ne con-
nted to accept ine invitation wnicn
as tirollered uirayesteruay morning oy
two experienced hunters of this form of
AUOUl o o cioca last evening a wen an-
ointed buggy drew up at tbe Menger
ntel. containing the two aforesaid ex
perienced hunters. Mr. Jones was ready
and the novelty of the trip made hltu
gleeful and as various bb numerous were
the educations be nut to his companions.
concerning the habits of snipe In this
nortlon ot the country. "We want to
catch two or three dozen" said he; "the
old man is so iona ot mem. say. wuat
kind are they?" "Why. Jack-snipe of
course" repneu one ot tne accompany
lng gentlemen "lou know what they
are" "Well. I should think so." re
plied Jones with a I know a hawk from
a hand-saw expression. Conversation
of this nature ecounled tbe trio until the
Second Mission wa reached their llnal
destination. Dismounting and each
bear ne In his nanus a sack anu candle.
they walked about halt a mil Into
lue cuaparai wueu uune. wa.
asking It he could not hear the
snipe crying a sound which he could
nave sworn w. auunacy trying 10 vo
calise the gamut reached his ear but
not being sure of thl he replied In the
atiirmaitve. une 01 uis menus men ut
a candle and opening one of the sack
showed ti 1 in how to hold it open
Tho Whlto Elephant Holete Ita Flag with
I Wolfson at tho Helm nnd Traneflxoa
lteolf Into a Grand Clothing and Fur-
nlshlng Goods Establishment.
It I not generally known that when
Mr. L. Wolfson built tbe latest and larg
est addition to his bazaar that he with
iT ii .ill liiSnnmi VnH limit it hnk tn th prophetlo foresight had roado prepara'
Senate for concurrence. The Senate tlon and cnased two grnnd nrcli way
the $200000 asked. Saver was In hope
thev would substitute Coke's bill for his
In the House sad pass It for tbe full
amount or ir not mat tnat mey
would likely aot agree with tbe House
and a ooaference committee would be
appolntedand we should very likely
get either $200000 or $175000 at the
'D Id oa learn of any new measure
to come up before Congress?" asked the
"Nothing of special Importance. The
new measures are too numerous for ine
to particularize. There are already
8000 bills on tbe docket. While walking
through the corrldoraof the .Whits House
Ington people and they spoke In high
praise of our Texas delegation aud say
that tbe two real working members nre
Messrs Sayer anu cratn ine two new
members mey nave maue exceeutng-
From Washington I went on to Net
York and Philadelphia. In New York
very quiet anu siag-
the St. Louis strike
Businessmen were complaining of dull
business every where except In Califor-
nia trafllc. which was boosalng. and
freights through to Sn Francisco were
being hauled at the rate of 33 cents per
hundred weight. The labor question Is
the all absorbing topic and agitates the
entire Mono. uow aoout uoutur ..ti
tle Is said although Uoxle' spunk in
dealing with tbe question was greatly
aBDsrentlv In anr personal dangsr and
doe not appear to have any body guard
tuougu it is almost iiupussiuie to say ui
to this a there mav be detectives tav
played for thl purpose by him. In re-
gard to tbe recent arbitration between
tne unigni ana ntmseii i uearu ne
Jone knelt down and catohlng hold of "-de Juuu'w-J'n om u. arn'; 1
other over the fllckerlngcandle. " NS-W iork "Id not see any
Shall l kill them a soon as mev enter l """-
the sack?" Interrogated Jones. "No!"
was tbe reply "wait until It Is chock-ful."
The two tben left mm to wait ror the
snipes and after fixing a candle a short
alliance ou to mane .tones tuina mey
were going turougn tue same operation.
they hied to their buggy and came to
town Jouet after waiting for about a
quarter of an hour shouted out for them
but received no answer and a sudden
lurch from bis uneasy position put bis
candle tut and he wa In total darkness.
Beginning to get uneasy ana tu snipe
obstinately Keeping out or tne way ne
While In Washington I beard little In
nolltlcs. a I am not well versed. Sev
eral Democratic Senators t understand
aar thev would have done better to have
naa uiaine as rresiueni. Mneyareoi
the opinion that Cleveland 1 doing
great barm to the Democrallo party.
"i stoDDeu several uavs at running'
ham Ala. on my homeward Journey.
Thl. I. such a busv little cltv and so full
of lire that It Is oalled the Pittsburg of
tbe South. The city I on a verltablo
boom. I never saw anything Ilk It. It
I to-day the test city in tne unueu
State for It tlz. Twenty thousand Is
(which were walled up for the time be
lng) to be constructed In tho eastern
wall Into whluli were Jolnid the con
nectlngjolslsofthe large building of the
White Elephant up to this time known
as the "lion Ton" saloon and gathering
establishment oi ine eino ot inu sport-
To-morrow morning will open a new
era In this establishment. Where for
merly the click of dimes net) dollars of
glasses tilled with liquids of nil llnaglnn
Die kiniis. neiu uign carnival wnere cuei
and balls and hearts und clubs had oft
given awny to diamond and spade as
olten dug n disastrous grave to the un
lucky invester in ine games orcnance
it win know tuetn no more inorovo
lutlon Is complete. The elephant wll
tiereauer represent inucoinmercintiraue
mark of one of the best and most enter
prising business men. Mercantile pluck
energy and business foresight have
changed the scene A grand mart of a
continually Increasing business Is to be
tnrown open to lue wenu instead ine
modification of the establishment will
be complete and by Saturday mnrnln
the White Elephant clothing store wll
oDen Its doors for business.
in exterior ueauiy anu inierior ar-
rangement It challenges contrast wltl
any house devoted to the same business
in me souiu. a coiapieie sivaa em
bracing everything from the cheapest
garment up to the wedding suit has
neen securea uy air. vr ouson. anu on
entering a persoti Is led to believe that
they are In a mammoth Jobbing house.
rue enure center oi inu main uoor is
devoted to clothing exclusively. Includ-
ing that for all ages and at all prices. On
either side I the boot and shoe hat
trunk and valise departments men's
youths' and boys' neckwear underwear
umbrellas notions gloves hosiery and
all that goes to make up a metropolitan
men' furnishing establishment. Alto-
gether It far surpasses anything yet
inougni or in souiuwcsi texas anu
wnaiever we may say oi it win run in
A carved band gold bracelet with In.
ttlal L. E. M. Inside. A reward will be
paid for return of same to thl olllce. 2t
Desk room In an office convenient lo
cation nicely furnished and fitted up.
Auurcss--!. ii. j." inisoiuce.
New Goods for Spring.
Fino linn of sulllncn for custom .nil.
lust received. P.ncoast ft Bon.
Advice lo Moth.rs.
Mr. Wlnslow'C Hoothlnir Drain
should always be used for children
teeming it swims me cnild (often
tho gums alley all pain euro wind
colic and la the best remedy for dlar-
finitely short of doing It Justice. The
great nolnt which will Interest the pub
lie bowever. Is that they can bay at tbe
White Klenhant Clothing House any
anu every article in men's wear known
to the trade at the most moderate price.
There will be no burry or ruth a tbe
nouse is large enougn to accouimouaie
all and there la a full force of well
the. 2A cent a bottle.
One bay horse branded J E II on left
thigh one white spot on forehead two
hind feet white about three years old.
Missing since Friday April 2. A reward
of $5 will be paid for his return to 710
ltulz street l-7-flt K.N. Hiimis.
J. W. Graham wholesale druggist of
Austin Texas writes: I have been
handling Dr. William Hall' Balaam for
the Lungs for the psst year and have
found It one of the most saleable medl
clnes 1 have ever had In my house for
Coughs Colds and even Consumption
always giving entire satisfaction. Please
send me another grosa.
The City Employment Agency ha
bought out and succeeded to the right
title and Interest In the Alamo Messen
ger Service now combining both office.
Our olllce has been removed from 215
navarro street to 2D Acequla itreet
where we will be pleased to aee and
serve our patron on all oocaslon. We
uavo a number or houie and real estate
for sale or lease. Servant and laborer
furnished on application and at short
Tw.Dly-four Hours to Live.
From John Kuhn. Lafayette. Ind.. whs
announces that he la now In "perfect
health" we have the following: "One
year ago I was to all appearanoe In the
last stages of Consumption. Our best
puysiomn. gave my case up. 1 finally
got so low that our doctor said I could
only live 21 hour. My friends than
nurvuaseu a Dome or ur. William Hair
Balsam for tbe Lungs which consider
ably ueneuieu me. i continued until I
took nine bottle and I am new In per-
got up and proceeded toward the ml. It stlmateu population ileal estate is posted obliging salesmen assisting Mr.
Son but Tno sign of bhj oompanUi' uoh Sod inrestment that holder Wolfson In walling on patrons. Citizens
mm ... i unn. .t I do not reaur know now tnucu
- . ... . ..... . ..... i to asg rer it. vvniie mere
ute. to twelve and hi heart (nk a It J " Mr. Henry DeBardlebsn
flashed upon him he bad been deserted. I "'c'"" . .T u . .J.' '""""
Ills ear. were hortly startled by the restment. He 1 the life of the city and
sound ol a bell ana suuueniy a peculiar
glare lit up tbe ruined mission the
welling tone of a choir oould be heard
aid Issuing from tbe portal of San
Jose cans procession of figures
draped In flowing robe; a tney
approached he could detect their monas
tic garD ana ne men leu a supernatural
awe stealing over him his spirit failed
him and be Tail to the ground on hi face.
How long he remained In that position
he knew not but be waa plunged Into
I a very enterprising man. Birming-
ham now has electrlo light anil gus
works coal Iron and blast furnaces
rolling mills waterworks sew.rs pub-
lic fountains (treet cars macadamized
atreata and lots of 'get ud.' In one dav
during my stsy tne iwo niast iurnaces
employing 3C00 men turned out ISO ton
or pig iron a tremenuou. uay. war.
ianor orices are vaneu. ror unsauieu
labor the nrice ner dar Is from 00 cent
to ti.-s. Dkiueu laoor is paiu ueiier ui i ale prick nouse
:ountry people and visitor are courte
ously Invited t take a walk through
tne extensive noors oi mis nouse anu
the various department or his ur;
good and furniture storej. all of whlcl
are In cnnnectlon. It will be a treat
which cost nothlig and will prove a
snrnrlse. Saturdav lathe great onenlng
day of the White Elephant Clothing
House tie sure to can mat uay.
Mile. Farelle wishes to inform her cus
tomers tbst she has removed her dress-
making establishment to her private
residence 023 East Houston street mid-
perspiration by feeling omthlng clam oour.j and .ome ot the Iron monWers
my touch hi cheek. 8huddrlngly be othen 1 im told earn $7 and $8 per
what he at first thought to be a spirit
bind wa tne nose or an oiu oow oi an
Inquiring turn of mind. He broke and
About 3 o'clock thl morning a woe
which came under my eve la a man who.
aome few yeara ago purchased a large
pieceTJl property ior ivuw. ne .oiu
one strlo off for 1 10X00 and own three-
quarter of the land yet beside having
begone figure 'lowly entered the Menger !" large brick business houses thereon
uoieiomoe. lie was o travei-siaineu me
d oommandle officer of PTjnent: partloularfy o a the Barber ilteri al t0 murn hU i0 ltld tner
niru. TTht 1 nVlnek tM. 'P""" .Lo.Wny "'l .irnte of Itrlef "1" mingle with the grief of hi
Itlfle about 1 o clock thl y.ar to their work and thl. warran- any friends fellow and acquaintance
clerk acarcely recognized him when he
asked meekly for tbe key of hi room a
Mr. Jones me ampe-nunier.
To Preserve Peace.
The following was received by Capt.
II. L. Howard
tbe Belknap Rlflei
morning: I tee consists In a bond and a deposit of so
Capt. if. L. Howard commaadlng officer much per cent of tbe bond they receive
of the Belknap Itlfle: from the city.
Take twenty-nve of your company and They have two magnificent breweries
proceed by first train to Laredo and re- In' New Orleans. The atock of tbe
nnrt to the Mavor and .Sheriff. Preaerve Sonthern Brewery which wa founded
and enforce tbe law. Use great precau- I by Mr. Hoppe of the Lone Star Brew-
tlon. Joim Ireland I cry four year ge I now worth 350
Governor. I per oent premium. In regard to my
In pursuance of thl order the Bsl- I trip I can say no more except that ft
knap ire assembled it the armory pre- I was successful is my business was con
paring tu start. wnw mih vujvj.u i. yij uiuuu.
The sidewalks In Birmingham are of
brick and cement exclusively luelr
streets are maoadamlzed beautifully.
in l'hiiade nn a cement 1 supplanting
brick in sidewalks ana aspuait is Deing
used for street-navlng. In New Orleans
this is the same aspnit Deing largely doubly painful. He leavea an aged
used there for atree.-piTlng lad lniiK mother and three brother and three
Death of Henry Bockmann.
died yesterday afternoon at his mother's
residence on Macon street from a pro-
iracieu illness ine muorai services
will beheld underlie care of the Odd
Fellows' Lodge this afternoon at I
Deceased waa a born and bred Sin An
tealaa ind one of the moat popular and
handsome of our young men. He had
been married to a youag wife but a fe
abort months and thl renders tbe fact
In their hour of bereavement.
Charles Woodapplu wa lined $25 by
the Recorder this morning for violation
of the cemetery ordinance. He received
corpse from a train at the Sunset depot
and allowed It to remain In It casket all
night oa the depot platform contrary to
So Kind to HuUniH.
"I think young Mr. Mcduffin I a very
kind-hearted man" remarked Mrs.
"Indeed" replied her bnsband.
"Ah! what has he done to him."
"Why one cold day last month I saw
blm on tbe street with no overcoat on
and 1 told him be ought not to come eut
o unprotected and he said he bid lit
hi Uncle Emerson hive hi coat. I
suppose nis uncie wa too poor to buy
one and when 1 see a young man ao
uuwmiuiiwui ui. relatives i Know
he Is kind-hearted. 4-3-tf
On. Ws.k Only.
SOdoz. full regular made English half-
hose 15 cents.
50 doz. gents' bleached drawer 40
50 doz. gent' nainsook undershirt 40
50 doz. India gauze undershirt 25
50 doz. summer merino undershirts
100 blue flannel suits $7.50.
100 fancy caaslmere suits $7.75.
100 left of these popular suits it $10.00.
75 children' blue sailor suits $1.76.
100 doz. gents' white shirt made of
Wamiutt muslin and 1700 Itnen at 85
100 doz. of the finest and belt ou.tom
ablrts known aa Crown brind it $1.23.
uw uu. gems- nnen cotim at Vik
ior one week onlr. Call our attan.
tlon to this notice when you call.
4-5-Ct S. Dxutsch 4 Co.
Iter. B. J. Hall rrom Galveston ha
arrived In the city for the purpose of
taking pastoral charge of the New Light
Free Mission Baptist Churoh. Iter.
Hall will preach hla tint sermon to-
night beginning it 8 o'olook. Smbjoot:
"Jesus Cured Him that Wu ClieaMd."
All the old member and friend of the
church ire eirneatly Invited te attend.
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