San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 69, Ed. 1, Friday, April 9, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light.
West Side Bridge. TM. X M. M. M.M.M.M.r T .. Wholesale and Retail.
Volume VI. Number 69.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 9 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
THE GRAND OLD MAN
TAKES LONDON BY BTOhM AND
FHIES THE IMSH HEART.
Thronging Thousands n Packod Com-
ons and n Whola Nation Do Homago
to the Great Premier Turnor
Talks About the Strike.
STAFF EL & KUHL
General Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hides.
Agents for Weir Sulkjr Plow Steel Mdlnir snd Walking; Cultivators Corn and Cotton
Planters Doerlng Mowers ltonpcrs flinders and Harvesting: Machines.
Littles Chemical Fluid and Powder Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST. - - SANANTONIO.TEX.
A. A. & r. A. BROOKS. ROBERT H. HUNSTOCK.
THE POPULAR CORNER DRUG STORE.
phnskI) oni.v yy
SKILLFUL AND KXI'K-
ltlRN'CKU 1" HA It MA-
CISTH OF NONK HUT
Till; PlIitllHT MKDI. 'i
CINKS AT PllICF.Ji
THAT I1KFY COMI'ITTL
M 'J -a-ssssaH. 4JVJ
it. Fit KB TO ANV PAItT
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. Sao Antonio.
HIIIIN'B ItlNNCLIS ATKINSON'S ALKItl'.D WlllOlirS AND COLOATll'S FINI1ST PCH-
FUMUS UUTTLIil) AND IN HULK.
Mako no mistake Tbo Corner Drug Store of
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Cull uml eee the luoht (-lettunt and expensive Soda and Mlnerul Water Fountain In the State.
CITY T STORE.
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries tlie largest stock of flno
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
home In thoHtuto. Bt( trek to pern and heudfl of famlUca will do well to make
The following Urecu Cotft'Oi ulwuys In Btock t
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
TULEl'HONK NO. II.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Gold and Silver l'latlntr and Enjriavlnir Watches and Clock Hepalrlntr. Onlv the most
Skilled Workmen l!m ployed Htrlct Attention to all II u lines s entrusted to us. Ofllcc and
Work llooini opposite- uroos' nana
11 NO. 14 NAVARKO STRRKT.
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AN D SHOE.STORE
For an euy fit Hoots and shoes made at prices to suit everyone. Itcpalrlnv while you wait
S. B. WITCHELL - - Agent
221 Commerce Street - - Opposite Nlc. Tengg's Old Stand
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Beholz'8 Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets
jsj-I.unch and Meals at all. tours. Everything- served In First-Clan Style
A Large Stock of New Goods
-Which will bo Bold-
AT THE LOWEST FIGURES.
latest fashion especially to your order at moderate prices by VALKNTINKLOIiWa? the
best trimmings used. A fit guaranteed. ' Pioyeo.
VAL.'LORRA Popular Tailor Commerce St. near Bridge
London April 8. Mr. Olsdstoae pre
sented uls scheme for Irish homo rule In
the Homo of Commons this afternoon
before as audience such asnnsnerer
hffore seen In that House. Ilefore 3
blook all the thoroughfares leading lo
t. Stephen's were so crowded that
business was totally suspended. Mount-
ed notice were called into reaulsltlon
beoause It was Impossible for the otll-
to get arouna. on toot Aioretnan
ol the 700 members of the Common
bad taken their scats at neon four
and one-half hours before Mr. Uladttone
entered the chamber. The Primp Min-
ister's rscsptlon as he Journeyed from
uib nsiuence 10 tue ueuae was most en-
thusiastic lie was every where irraeted
with heart; cheers which swelled to a
deafening roar as lie neared St.Btepli-
rs. oucn a scene was nover beiore
Itnessed In London. Ills recetitlnn bv
'arllameit.thouEh not so demons tratlve.
was emiallv enthusiastic the cheerlnn-
lastlcg for severnl minutes. The Irish
uemoers were an in place en the Unpo-
Itlon benunes facing the l'rluie Minis
ter and gave him beany encouragement
as he proceeded. No synopsis of the
speech can be given. It must be read as
wuoie to lorm any correct idea or Its
ihaustlreness. Its aggressiveness. Its
broad liberalism or the substantial Jus-
tice of the measures It advocated. Its
key-note was the compatibility or local
with National patriotism and the ne
cessity and righteousness of committing
to Irish hands the management of all
local Irish affairs. The spceoh lasted
three hours and twenty-live minutes
was listened to with the deepest intui-
tion throughout and applauded from
commencement to close.
Mini on Tex. April 8. Bridge No.
J two miles east of this city was
burned to-day and was supposed to have
been 11 red from the lower part of the
bridge. It delayed the West-hound ex
cursion train for roiue time which was
crowded with railway engineers and
friends of the late Jack McUruw travel
ing engineer who were en route to f or-
er to atienu uis Mineral to-uay.
To-night there was organized bv young
bloods of our city a military company.
Ith a list of thirty-six members.
The burned bridire is repaired and
trains are running.
1'mi.iiiKmiu April 8. The lleoord
day published the following Interview
Ith Secretary Turner of the Knights
Labor n bo has gone to Scranton to
confer with Mr. l'owderly. Secretary
urner said: "We were willing to make
any sacrifices to have the troubles In
the Southwest settled but It appears
from events that Jay Qould und II. M.
Hoxle will not have It that way. When
we arrived In St. Louis we found that
the company In reality employ no
Knights of Labor. What was worse
they waro discharging members of the
order who had In no way participated in
the strike for instance tue toiegrnpn
operators were not canen out ns tuey
were necessary far the safe running of
nasaenger trains which have not been
Interfered with. Many of these hnvu
been discharged the Knights Invariably
going when removals were made. In
fact. Instead of no discrimination. It was
all discrimination. As a conequencr
there was no ohance for the men to take
up their portion of the arbitration com-
mittee provided for In New York.
Strikers who were Knights could not
get employment wnen tney ouereu in
obedlenoe to order to return to work it
would have been easy to form our side
of the committee with men who had
taken the strikers' places and who bad
o erlevances to arbitrate. With this
state of affairs facing It the General
Hoard nas no course open to it otner
than to revoke tbelr call to the order to
resume work. The matter now rests
with District Assemblies 101 (ID and 17.
1 see no chance of settlement. In fnot.
the situation Is worse now than It ever
was. Mr. Oould undoubtedly Is respon
sible fer the failure to keep the agree
ment me f ort nortn attains uniortu-
nate and the order being opposed In
everv war to such measures should not
De ueiu responsioie tor it. J no people
were driven to desperation and the
ueputy suerin wno teu tne posse is
well-known desperado. He has mine
history In that line. The dispatches
sent by Mr. lloxle to Qould every day
telling of freight trains moving freely
are untrue. There Is practically no
freight trafllo to and from St. Louis and
along the line except a few empty cars
or tralna filled with armed men.
"Mr. Oould talks of the weakness of
Knights of Labor. Well he mnv think
differently before the end of the present
troubles 'lie nho laughs last laughs
nest' " conoiuueu Jir. j urner.
Sciunto.v I'a. April 8. For' the first
time since the return home from New
York ol Mr. l'owderly Grand Matter
Workman of the Knights ef Labor be
was able to leave his sick room yester
day and give attention to a mass of cor
respondence which has accumulated dur
ing his Illness. He said : "At this dls
tance. and with the little Information 1
nossess. I am unable to SDeak Intelli
gently of the disturbances at St. Louis
dence In the members of the Qeneral Ei
ecutlve Beard who are on the ground
and believe they will do what is best un
der the circumstances " Mr. Powderlv
added that he thought both aides had
learned a valuable lesson irom tms con-
flict namslr. the folly of striking and
expressed ft as his opinion that this
wouia oe tue last rauroan striae tne
country would have In many years. He
believed In arbitration as the onlv rea
sonable remedy for settling the differ
ences between capital anu laoor ana
every uay tne present sirme is pro-
longed be says strengthens that belief
St. Louis Mo. April 8. The striking
Knlgbta of Labor In East St. Loula have
preserved perfect order this morning and
have made no demonstrations. Deputy
sheriffs and United States marshals.
armed with revolvers and Winchester
renaatinar rifles are on guard at several
freight depots te prevent a repetition of
yesterday's .outrage. No trouble how-
ever Is anticipated to-day tor at a nasi
meeting or strikers yesteruay ineir lean
ers aaviieu mat vioienee oe avoiueu
Everything- Quiet Officers In Confer-
ence With tbo Authorities.
Hpeclal to the Ban Antonio Light.
Laiikpo Tex. April D. The situation
In the city to-day Is very quiet. Nn
armed men were visible upon the stretls
at 0:15 o'clock this morning. The Bel-
knap lilfles and San Antonio Hides of
San Antonio also a detachment of State
rangers under Captain Schmidt have
been stationed In the court-house. No
arrests have yet been made and the
course of the authorities has not yet been
Theolllcsrs are In conference with the
Sheriff and at this writing It Is impossi-
ble to say what will be done. Some
Eartles advocate leaving the matter lo
e settled by the grand Jury thus doing
away with the necessity of the troops
here. One of the wounded men died
yesterday aflernoon and after the Coro-
ner's Inquest yesterday all the bodies
numbering six were burled.
Mr. II. l'oggenphol who was shot
while standing In the street several
blocks away from ttie combatants Is
doing well and will probably recover.
Nearly all of the Uuadaraches who par-
ticipated in the bloody a II ray have left
the city and gone to neighboring ranches.
Who Droko Ills Rib?
A Mexican whose name oan not be
ascertained was found early yesterday
morning near the Second Minion lying
on the ground and groaning as If In se-
vere pain. He was conveyed lo his
home which was hard by when It was
discovered one of his ribs was broken.
On Interrogation h stated that a man
with torn shirt and pants rushed up
against him aboat half past 12 that
night; the Individual appeared much
frightened and when the Mexican re-
monstrated with him for running up
against him so unceremoniously the
man with the torn pants kicked him In
the side and knocked blm down; Im-
mediately after doing this he ran to the
river a few yards further on and com-
menced to wade through.
The Mikado Sixteen has resolved Into
a Mlkndo Club and secured fine club
rooms over O'Connor & Sulllv ju's bank
which will ahortly be tilled up with
piano billiard tnhies and other acces-
sories to a club. Tho membership will
be unlimited. It Is Intended by the char-
ter members to make these club rooms a
resort for young men both residents and
strangers where their leisure time may
be spent profitably to themselves In an
honorable way. A reading room wilt be
cne of the main features otihe establish-
ment. A Tlmoly Suggestion.
The I.kiiit oilers a suggestion to the
the committee appointed to consider
the subject of a model for an Alamo
monument to be erected on Alamo
l'lo7a. Instead of studying to procure a
monument wuicn at osst will oe or l lie
conventional order would It not be In-
iiniteiy oetter. wuen tney nave alreadr
the best possible monument of the he-
roes whose memory they desire to Ira-
nrianze aireauy ereetea to renovate
e old Alamo ptaco around it
the trees frem whence It de
rives lis name pare Its Interior
and approaches with tessellated tiles;
in Its time-honored sides let simple
mural tablets be Inserted : Inscribe on
mem a mil nisiory oi tue glorious strug
gle wnn tne names or tne neroes wnc
bled and died In patriotic ardor unex
celled In the nnnals of history. Ry this
lan. not only would an interesting
archeologieal speolmen be preserved
from time's decaying hand but the only
monument or a like diameter in Amer-
ica would be secured by Ssn Antonio.
Plo.-wo Set Us Right.
Alderman J. T. Hambliton. of the
School Hoard who has always been con
sidered and Is In fact one of the insst
anient supporters ot tne Ban Antonio
publlo schools. Is Justly very Indignant
that the I.kiiit should credit blm with a
desire to get rid of the married teachers
In the employ of the city. He says
nothing of the kind has ever even been
thought of by him and deshtes to be set
right before th public. Superintendent
Smith also denies that he has anr desire
of latroduclngIloston"culcha" Into our
school system and Is at a total loss to
know uow sncn a rooiisn rumor gnined
credence. San Anton lo Exnress.
The Express In Its desire to exhibit
a great degree of wisdom charges Til K
i.kiiit wnn wnac mis paper is not guilty
schools ol married teachers and simply
gave the rumor as pure gossip. How
ever tue "oiu laoy" on commerce
street has been many times before trulltr
of taking gossip for fsct and It notorious
rur it i nis is way tney make this mis-
take. In regard to the current newa and
the undorcurrent news of the schools and
other departments of the city Tin: Liqht
reporters are wen aoie to keep pent
posted and had the Express known
as much It would have given the same
rumor long ago as soiirj lacts.
That Ollded Rooster.
The glided rooster which now orna
ments the spire of the German Lutheran
church on Presa street will not be again
piaceu in position niter tne improve-
ments now being placed to the church
are completed. A bid of S2.C0 has ai
reauy oeen ouerea witn tne intention or
the bidder or erecting It as a sign over
a cock-pit In this city. What a Fall this
would be from a church to a chicken
A Liqht reporter had the pleasure yes
terday of meeting an old acquaintance.
Mr. II. E. Cookson. rormsrly of St. Louis
who Is now In the mall service on the
Southern 1'aclOo railway west to Dom
ing. Mr. Cookson visited San Antonio
alnce that time held ths position of Cap
tain oi me ceieuraien nuicn zouaves oi
St. Levis a crack military organization
whloh la proud of Its ten first nrlzes won
In competitive Heidi In the United
states ana nas no lesser prizes to claim
Mr. Cookson resigned this position
account of business about five months
ago. He has alnce been drilling the
Houston Light Guard and lays they are
laiaiog oi a grsuu tour inrougn Bin An
tonio ana ine enure state snoruy
Judge LInler.of Denlson. la the nroud
fathei or a girl baby that tipped the
scales at 21 pounds on her recent advent
to tne worm.
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ARSE
Major lwino Arnold's Beautiful Improvo-
monU In Thom A Competent
Ever since the beautiful piece of prop-
rty at the corner of South Flores and
Arsenal streets was purchased and laid
out by the United States Government as
arsenal In this city this place has at
tracted a great deal of attention from
our citizens and strangers situated as
Is on ono of the principal thorough
fares of the city and Juit so much In-
terest and comment as It excites so
much more attention should the govern-
ment through Us representatives In
charge pay to beautifying and Improv-
ing It. Since leC3 but little attention
ras paiu to mis point uy any oi me cm-
Mice officers In charge and for years
e place was nuoweu 10 take care
Itself the beautiful lawns being
choked out of all semblance to lawns
by a heavy growth of ruesqulto and
buffalo grass nopal or oictui the Span-
usgger nnu tue scrtiDuy ouisacue
ree. The drives were more or less ir
regularly laid out and consisted mainly
wnue spongy Clay anu a mm Kravei
did the foot rstDi. dlgnllled by the
ams of nromenades. The quarters fer
the officers In charge consisted of an old
cottage In the Queen Anne style very
picturesque and very uncomfortable sur-
rounded by a pile of building rubbish
Large Stock of New Jerseys Just Received.
eVVnf"usoX'rnn.i. 400 Pieces of New Matting White and Colored.
tatlon confusion. Tho buildings looked
always as though In need of fresh Paint.
and the whole ensemble spoke or rack
When Malor Isaac Arnold the chief
ordnance officer of this department was
appointed in cnarge oi tue sen Antonio
Antnal. vice Malor Kress he gradually
changed all this. Unlike his predecessors
wuue tney put an me appropriations
Into buildings he while linhhing the
buildings which they began put tn
the n-rounds. and a walk down South
Flores street with a cursory glance at
the arsenal grounds will exhibit the
great change and Improvement brought
about by the Major's policy.
foruiepasi turee monins air. iuub.
ranklln. a talented topographical and
landscape engineer who came to Major
Arnold witn ine uiguesioi recommenda-
tions and who was the principal en
gineer la charge of the street Improve
ments in w asuingion i'. inuiue
landscape engineering about the United nectlng Jolalsiifthe large building or the
mi. i-.ilrl Dminu h.y vm. White Klephaiit. up to tills time known
ployed with a large foroe of workmen as the "lion Ton" saloon and gathering
In beautifying and Improving the I establishment or me elite or tim sport-
grounds f rom the entrance -gales to ing fraternity.
n.ri at th irrouadi the most To-iiiurrow morning will open a new
i.ii .nd ii iiani tha iit inerlv Hie click of dimes and dollars of
the weather so well that g assea mien wnn uuuiusui unguis-
crack Is vlslblo to the eye In uiehiiii oeiumgu cnmivai
COME AND SEE OUR
Immense Display of
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES.
They are Pronounced to be
Laco Canvass Cloth
Fine Novolty Robos
Egyptian Laco Flouncing
Linon Finish Lawns
Immonso Lino Porcali
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commcrsc Street.
ajor portion of the publlo moneys let The Whlto Elephant Hoists Its Flag with
lart for the arsenal Into beautify tag 1 L. Wolfaon at tho Helm and Transfixes
Itself Into a Qrand Clothing nnu Fur-
nishing Goods Establishment.
It la not generally known that when
Mr. L. Wolfson built the latest and larg-
' est addition to his bazaar that he with
prophetlo foresight had made prepara
tion and cansed two grand arch ways
(which were walled up for Ihn time be
Ing) to be constructed In the eastern
wall Into which were Joined the con-
and balls and hearts and clubs had oft
given away to diamond and spade as
often dug a disastrous grave to the un
lucky investor in tne games oi cuance.
It will know them no more. The revo-
Some 4W loads of lutlon Is complete. The elephant will
rubbish and debris from about the hereafter represent the commercial trade
grounds and buildings wero taken away mark of one or the nest anu most enter-
greunds wero begun. 2S0 loads of energy and business foresight have
gravel screeneu to uniiorm
the entire 400U square feet of cement
walks laid. For irradlng the irrounds.
tilling In great bellows etc 760 loads of
mack eartu were useu over wuica wuen
graded the beautiful Uermuda lawn
grass was piauteu
and broken stone were brought It
and used. The drives are models of
solidity a' d llnlsu and will last forever.
it tueir.nr-oncss is any crncion. a. Deau-
tliuuirive wnicn roriueny run toociose-
r to tue ueautnui two-siory stone resi-
ence which has taken the place of the
Id cottage baa been removed to a short
distance from the house and forms an
Irregular though almost perfect
eclipse mis is uniaueu witu a
rood solid foundation of broken
stone screened gravel and hard
tenacious binder crowned in the middle
to shed water and the lawn loners
trimmed closely and symmetrically.
This drlva is 8U0 feet In length and 12
feet uroau. 'ine cactus uas ueea up-
changed the scene. A grand mart of a
continually increasing uunoess is to ue
thrown open to the world Instead. The
mod Icat on of the establlsument will
he complete and by Saturday morning
the White Elephant clothing store will
rangement It challenges contrast with
any house devoted to the same business
in the South. A complete stock em
bracing everything rrom the cheapest
garment up to the wedding suit has
been seenrca uv sir. ivoirson. anu. on
entering a person Is led to believe that
they are In a mammoth jobbing house.
Tue entire center oi tue main uoor i
devoted to clothing exclusively includ
ing that for all ages and at all prices. On
rooted and the Spanish daggers of either side Is the boot and shoe hat
whloh there are many superb specimens trunk and valise departments men s
umbrellas notions gloves hosiery and
.11 that rota to make un a metropolitan
men's furnishing establishment. Alto
gether It far surpasses anything yet
thought of In Southwest Texas and
whatever wo mav sav of It will fall In
finitely short or doing It Justice. The
Monday and Tuesday April 12 and 13.
urana naunee Tuesday at i v. h.
maanirfinrnthas tho honor of nniouuo
In if Clirl-5 I. Amlrvwt' (llorioui
Dmmatlo ami Military I'ajrfant
Tim fraud it ami most rtttlUtlo of nil Spec
tacular riuyi. A cantor unptvtxiieuUHi
Kxccllontw emliruclnir all the
nu-tiiWraor theirrvat New
Two Grand Ballets and Two Premiers.
Tho only Premier In boy's costume
finnrcotis nnd sliurHctenstIo costumes. Ileau-
tlful Htiliilrtun-iutio M.-4-nery. The ureal bat-
ne. Tbo reto at Monuow. The Kmlrs
In Tnrlary. The Amrora river by moon-
Tho Kijeror's ana Grand Duke's pal-
draml military review. Introducing
military bunds drum corps mounted cavalry
and rt-irliuents of soldiers.
have been transplanted and placed In
regular order. A line broad gravel road
has ulso been ballt to the artillery sheds
tbo armory storehouse stops snd maga-
zlae In the rear and the heaviest artillery
la the service has thus far made not the
slightest Impression upon Its surface.
and of regulation width. A new ditch Rreat point which will Interest the pub-
maaeor newn stone ano ceaseniea uas "Tl. V . A T. f ' " I
been run through a part of the grounds White Elephant Uethlng House any
to the right of the house for use and every article In men's wear known
i?i..i. .in.! ! .m. n 1 to the trade at the most moderate prices.
ditches will bo run from this to There will be no hurry or rush as the
thing rresh and grsen during the driest all and there la a mil force of well
season. A great many shade trees have P obliging salesmen uiiaunn; r
been planted and others will he plant- Wolfson In waiting on patrons. Citizens
to' shade trees Is a correct one. and ously Invited to take a walk through
- . . ... i. i r I thA ertenalvn flnnra of this houso and
setting out the short-lived china trees the various departments of his dry
so plentiful In this city he Intends pro- Roods and furn ture storeJ all or which
curing rtrest trees ladigenous to Texas re J cnnnectlon. It will be a treat
wnicn cosib noiumg uu mt"
surprise. Saturday Is the great opening
day of the White Elephant Clothing
House ue sure to can mat uay
WANTKII-KHTV IIANDSUMK YOUNO
.All 1 124.
Apply Monday to Hruest Itlsche Turner
GUSTAV PELTZER'S" SALOON
lor llarrar aiid Alamo Nta. Ban Autoolo.
llecrondrauir.it. Luuch an J refreKhmeata
at all (line.
Tim Fourth Ward Howling- Club have thtlr
SIHOK FEST'S GARDEN
AmuBcmeuts of all kinds durluic the week
tnd on Huudaya.
I Mgvr lifer and other refreshment .
Dunce overy Sunday.
Tho jiuullo and itrangera Invited. 4-tMm
First anfl Second Holist.
sou osk eim eio. -wnicn are longer
uvea ana make more oeautuui snaue
The general store-house a magnificent
cut-stone building of two stories has
recently been completed bv Malor Ar
nold ana an inspection tnreugn uis ele
gant resiaenoe wiu exuiuit .viae ui me
finest nnisning ever aone oy any carpen
Ayountrman hod atwnys accompanied hli
parents to the First Methodist Cuureb. Ono
Sunday morning- his father was surprised
when. In replytu"Are yuu ready JeUnr" the
youuK fellow soldi
Our Local Military
U S o'clock yesterday afternoon the
ten. This has all been done under the San Antonio ltlflea reoelved a dispatch
personal supervision of Major Arnold ordering them to assemble at the Inter-
wnilo Inthn grounds Mr. Franklin has national depot to Join the Belknap Iliaee
been bis able co-a.Jutor. The works of . lh .nmm.ni oeneral A. 8.
Koberts who had arrived from Austin.
bellnve. rather that I
will attend the Second Methodist this morn-ing-."
Upon this the old gentleman departed
for tho First Methodist In which sanctuary he
llablo to bo Indls-
Mcthodlst church. Un the following- Sunday
the deacon again asked his son -to go to tho
First Methodist . Out John rcnlled that ho hod
already made arrangements to attend tho Sec-
ond Methodist. Tho deacon quietly departed
and John with three companions who had
the keyhole. Ho struck a march and
vllU surprise that tho keyhole hod been
plugged and that a very strong- ahlc-bodled
Improvement is yet golog on and when
tho whole la finished no prettier or more
substantial work can be seen anywhere
In the State than can oe seen at ma san
Antonio arsenal grounds.
Mr. Frank I in lseneaired inotnerenter-
E rises as well as landscape engineering
as made n specialty of cement and wood
pavements masonry bridges dams
tanki roadways of all klads el material
ornamental tiling ourning siuowaias
eio. ana nis work win speak lor useu.
Ilotli cetnDanlei marched to the Interna
tional and Oreat Northern depot In tbelr
fatigue uniform. Eacn company was
provided with 1UU0 rounds of cartridges
-rne ueignans are omeereu uy 11. i.
Howard Captain; Ed. Itlcbardton First
I I... ....... ' Ink.' -I'.l.l.. U.n.nrf T.l.n.
tenant A. Llngan Third Lieutenant.
The San Antonio Rifles have F. J.
Badger Captain; William Herff First
Lieutenant; r. a. mkii oeconu i.ioui.u
iiei?aruine"JiticDaeioiroiEoii vriuo r . j . .. j..
Courier of the Czar" the New York A"?1." ?i ' upw1 r;
y'V-Tn good splrlU. On board were Captain
thing whllo upon which was some cbaraetero-
aud standing back they oould hardly beltevs
thclreyesas they read. In large letters these
words t -'Second Methodist closed for re-
pairs." John fott so cheap that he went
straight to his Uncle Umerson. at No.
13 soledad street and borrowed 14
and lert for Calirornta. Owing to the out
111 and Isc
and massive representation. Its ap-
nolntmentsare errand and nlcturesaue In
chromatla detail and there li a peculiar
fascination about the successive sceilo
accompaniments that defy Imitation. It
la an Imposing speotaole of 'rude bar-
barlo significance attended with the
ueucate coloring ot Asiatio imagination
and the suroassing rlobness of Moham
medan fancy. It Is produced without
any abatement of Its original charms
and preserves all the fascination whloh
characterized It throughout the varied
romantlo Inoldenta of Ita scenlo con
Schmltt and his rangers en route from
Fort Worth to Laredo. Lieutenant J. B.
Cresson accompanied General Koberts
Mrs. Morse Insulting language $5.
J. Smith violating hack ordinance $5.
D. Oonzales drunk $5.
F. MoCumber immoderate tiding $&.
C. Lunar. Immoderate riding to.
U. Koch. Charles Kebbe F. Schuman
diaorueriy o eacn.
u. yvesipuau aruua o.
Neumann & Icke
' Wholosalo and retail doalon la
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
Ooodi delivered promptly io any part of tha
tJiVAll we aak la a trial to oomlnoa tha pub
lio tiiat we aell gooda at rook-bottom prtoti
and Klve them the beif artlolea.
COR. E. COMMERCE AND LIVE OAK STS.
Telephone No. ITT. s-Mu
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