San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 70, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 10, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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DU QUESNAY'S XOf 1f 't f1T t f I 1 I T I t O W 3 West CommwStroet
Volume VI. Number 70.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL IO I 8G.
Only $5 a Year.
ST AFF EL & KUHL
Goneral Commission Morchants Cotton Wool and Hides.
Airenta for Weir Sulky Plow Steel Hiding- and Walking- Cultivators Corn and Cotton
Maulers Dcering Mowers Keepers Hinders and Harvesting- Machines.
Littles Chemical Fluid and Powder Dips.
NO. 19 NAVARRO ST. - - SANANTONIO.TEX.
A. A. A: F. A. BROOKS. ROBERT 11. HUNSTOCK.
THE POPULAR CORNER DRUG STORE.
I'llNBKD ONLV u V
SKILLFUL ANI EXI'K-
HIKNCF.D I'll A II M A -
CISTS Or MUNK HUT
TUB I1 UK CRT MRDI-
CINF.i AT PUIUIStl j
THAT IHIFV COMPETITION.
FUEL' TO AN V I'AUT
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
I.UIIIN'ii Itl.NNBLI.'K ATKINSON'S ALFHED WItlOIITR AND COLUATES FINEST PEIl-
FUMES I10TTLEI) AMI IN HULK.
Mttko I'O mistake. Tlio Corner Drug Storcor
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor.S. Flores St.
Call and see tho most elegant and expeusUc. Soda and Ml no nil Water Fouutatti ill thoBtattt
"w. a-. TTOiiiiL.isrnD
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Can iff the largest stock of line
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
TELEPHONE NO. 11K1.
STRICKER & ZOPFS-
Work Itootns opposite Uroos llank
NO. 1. NAVAHKO 8TKKKT.
TRY J. WALKERS'
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Fur un easy lit. J loot b und shoes made at tirlccsto suit everyone Hcpalrlng whllo you wait
S. B. W1TCHELL - - Agent
221 Commerce Street - - Opposite Nlc. Tengg's Old Stand
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Loaoya Streets
IHJ-Lunou and Meals at all.lioiiri. Everything terved In Urst-Clars Style
route waiters in atieiiuooue. Y-zS-bm
A Large Stock of New Goods
-Which will be Solil-
SAINT LOUIS WINClIESTEIia IIOIIL
DEATH AND DESTRUCTION.
The Cowardly Quards Run for Their
Uvea-Knlghtn of Labor quell tlie
Excitement Toe English Press
on the Gladstone Mensurea.
London April S. The newsbapon
thtouRhout Ureal Ilrltaln anil Ireland
coMUeat at Rreat length on Mr. Glad-
itone'i tctaeme for Irish government.
The Liverpool l'oat tavt that whether
Mr. Gladstone It tuceessfitl or not In
carrylig lila bill through l'arllament. he
has forever killed oppression anil co
rdon In Ireland.
The Mancheiter (iuardlan lava It It a
scheme tubttantlally for the repeal of the
legislative untoa between ur.at iiruain
The Newcastle Journal declares the
scheme too beoumkertome and unwork-
able crude and dangerous and certain
to be releoted.
The Edinburgh Scotsman says It It
sale to say that the country will not
sanction the scheme.
The Edinburgh Daily llevlew recog-
nizes Mr. Gladstone's pure nnd lofty
patrlotlo alms but eayt It It dlsap-
pointed at the exclusion of Irish mem-
The Kdlabtirgh Scottish Iteformer com
ments on the scheme nnd pleads for
Scotch home rule.
Dlsnatobes from all overUreat Ilrltaln
and Ireland show that everywhere pop-
ular Interest Is absorbed In tho outcome
of yesterday evening's proceeding In the
House of Commons. Kxtra editions of
various dally papers were gotten out In
all provincial towns as rapidly as the
ows couiu Deootaineuirom i.enuun nnu
printed and salts everywhere are re-
ported as havlnir been enormous. Coun
try people went Into towns everywhere
In the Halted Kingdom aad remained
over night to hear tlieearllest and latest
news from l'arllament. '
I.lboral papers. The Aberueer. hree
Press Glasgow Herald Delias! Whig
and Londonderry Standard all oppose
The Dublin Irish Times and Dublin
Kxuress both disapprove or It.
In Cork there It much excitement over
Gladstone's proposals but the gtneral
opinion of the people It favorable to
mein. . .
The funeral services over the late Wil
liam K. Forster took place In Westmins-
ter Abbey today. Mr. and Mrs. Glad-
stone and Earls Spencer and Koteberry
An urgent whip has been Issued by
the Conservatives urging nil party
members to be In their seats In the
House ofCommons tint evening. In view
of Important developments which are
likely to occur.
The Cabinet met at '.! o'clock. A con-
ference of all the members of the Inle
Conservative Government was held this
afternoon at the residence ofthe Murquls
utaustone anuougu suuering sumu-
katlrom fatlirue. caused bv exertion
n the House of Commons last evening.
It enjoying good health to-day.
When Kdward Heneage who last
evening resigned the chancellorship of
of the Duchy of Lancaster entered the
lluusu or commons tuts auernoon ue
was cheered by the Conservatives He
toK a uacx seal oeiow tun gangway.
On the ooenlnir ot the House several
Conservatives presented petitions
against granting a separate parliament
to Ireland. Joseph Chamberlain will be
tlie tint speaker in tue ueoaie on uia.
stone's Irish scheme. He will be fol
lowed by Lord Ilartlngton. Sir Michael
lllcks-lieacb the Conservative leader In
the House will have the floor after Lord
Ilartlngton. The debate will nut be
clostd to-night but will bo postponed
until Monday when It will be retumtd
after the Introduction ot the budget the
discussion of which will be adjourned
Tbo conference at Lord Salisbury's
residence resolved to support tne aiar.
(nils of Hartlnirton If he oniioses Glad'
stone's policy. Sir Michael Hlcks-lleach
nas arrangeu to explain in uis speecn
following that of Lord Ilartlngton In the
House of Commons this cvinlnir why
the Conservatives desire to maintain the
principles declared by rreveiyan last
nlirht In renlv to Gladstone.
Gladstone entered the bouse ut 5:10
o'clock and was greeted with loud and
hearty cneert uy ine i-arneiuie
St. Louis April 0.-2:10 p. in. Four
deputy sherlQs stationed at the I.ouls
vllle and Nashville yards near Uroad
way East St. Louis tired Into a crowd
of 300 strikers about 2:20 this afternoo
Five men and one woman were shot
Three of the men were killed aud the
woman Is supposed to be mortally
wounded. The killed are l'at llrUtol.
an empleyeof the water-works and uot
a striker; usoar asmngion a painirr;
John llohman a water-works luborcr
not a striker: Malor Ktunman. shot In
the head and shoulder will probably
die: Mrs. John l'feluer shot In the back
and nrobablv mortally wounded
proacn. The crowd bad made no attack
upon the guards as at first reported.
'I'hn oTcateat exnllaoiflnt Immediately
prevailed after the shooting and pande-
monium reigned. The orowd tied In
Terr- direction and when the denutlet
realized how tearful was the result of
their lire they sought meant ot escape
to the notice station surrendered them
selves and were locked up after giving
the loiiowtng names: i. u. uewieii
John Hague Sam Joaes John F. Wll
Hams George Surty Stewart Martin
flnrirA Morrell and V. F. Laird.
On the east side of the river half an
hour after the shooting an excited and
Angry moo gainereu is lue square oe
tween the City Hall and Police Station.
A man aamed Dwyer a gambler nnd In
no way connected witn tne urine ue-
rnmn the centra of a crowd who loudlv
cheered his Inoendlarr statement. He
urged the men to hang and kill and wai
AT THE LOWEST FIGURES.
Vou can get suits of the FINEST IMPOItTRD OK DOMESTIC CLOTHS made up In the
latest fathlon einoeially to your order at moderato prices by VALENTINE LUItllA the
Popular pallor commerce street near bridge. Only tint-class workmen einnlored and tin
best trimmings used. A at guaranteed.
VAL. LORRA Popular Tailor Commerce St. near Bridge.
depot to bunt for deputy sheriffs when
John w.uayea otine ucnerai r.iecu-
tlve Committee of the Knights of Labor.
and several other prominent Knights ar-
rived at the scene.
Mr. Brown traveling leoturer for
the Knlgbttor I.auor mounted tne court'
hniiia stent and addressed the orowd
Imploring tbem In the name of humanity
and In the name of the great order of the
Knights of Labor In the name of everjr
law. both of the order and of the coun
try to restrain themselves aid do no
Sheriff Koplequette Immediately after
tne mooting occurreu veiegrapuea
Governor Ogteibr of Illinois Informing
mm oi ino conomon oi anatrs anu re-
uuestlnir that mllltla be sent at once to
guard the olty from mob rule.
rue situation in r.ast hi. ixiuis to rar
can be ascertained at midnight has
been pretty quiet. Comparatively few
people were on the streets after dark
and only here aid there small knott of
men congregated discussing the tad af-
fair of the day. Later In the evening
two companies of mllltla on from De-
catur and one from Nashville 111. arrived.
The Dog Exhibition.
Last evening at the Menger Hotel a
second meeting of gentlemen Interested
the proposed dog show was held.
His Honor. Ilryan Callaghan Mr. Gum
ming Macdona Messrs Drlttaln Steves
Sullivan McFarlane Cotter Drs. Galley
nd Davleson and others were present.
Mr. Cummlng Macdona was called to
become President of the exhibition.
hli the Mayor contented to.
Mr. Sullivan oroooted that Hie show
be held at San l'rdru springs on the
tame dale as the annual Slate Shooting
A cointuilt.e of three was appointed
confer with the committee uu ar
rangements fur the shooting contest and
ascertain If It were agreeable to them.
. A lieu i) suiuvan and ur. u alley
formed the committee.
The following Kxeciitlte Committee
was also aipolnt(d:
Messrs. Ilryan Callnghan dimming
Macdona. Vernor -iilllviin Ilrlltaln
Hell and Dr. Gnller.
The next meeting will be held on
onday evening at the same time nd
lace when the rtports of committees
111 lie received.
K. of L. Trusteou' Meeting
i. members of the Hoard of Trus-
of the dlllrreiit K. of I. assemblies
ate requested to attend a meeting to-
morrow (Sundnt) at 11 o'clock a. in.
sharp. Iluslness of Importance will be
John Jones drunk and disorderly $5.
M. yuinlen. drunk nnu disorderly .i.
iv. j uuiirord drunk anu disorder-
Charles Wrate violating sanitary ordi
nance f ".
ciem i.ascuevsKy vagrant.
J. Morasco. using Insultiuir language.
About 1 o'clock this morning a train
rew up nt the Sunset Depot on board
of which were 7.1 Indian warriors being
portion of Geronluio's band who are
being taken under arrest to Fort Mason
lorlOA. 1 he prisoners embrace tour
minor chiefs and thev all were fully
decked In war trappings and paints.
These red devils are escorted by a strong
guard of soldiers under the command of
colonel i;. 11. I.ane.
Tho Sunday Luwh.
Mary M. Clardy president of the
Woman's Christian Temperanto Union
sends the I.tiiiti the following with the
request to "please publish."
Article 18:1 Any person who shall
labor or compel force or obllgo his em
ployes workmen or apprentices to labor
n nunuay snail 03 lined in lot less nor
ore man $uu.
Art. lbd Anr merchant grocer or
eal.r la wares or merchandise or trade
a any lawful business whatsoever who
hall barter er sell on Sunday shall be
lined not less than $20 nor more than
$50; provided this article shall not apply
to markets or dealers In provisions as to
sales made by them before tl o'clock In
Art. lej. iue preceding article snau
not apply to the sale of drugs and medl-
net on Sundays.
Article Il'Jl Cltv couiclls mav close
all drinking houses taleons bar-rooms
nnd all places and establishments where
intoxicating and termented minors are
sold on Sunday and prescribe hours for
closing them nnd also all placet of
amiseiieni ana unsiness.
Tho Knights Will March.
The tlftli annual celebration of the
Knights of Pythias will take place In
this city by Klk Lodge nnd visiting
brethren from Austin and other places
next Monday. Beginning at 0:13 a. in.
there will be n full-dress parade of the
tnemDers ot 1.1K Lodge from the hall In
the Dullnlg building headed by the full
Klghth Cavalry band In full-dress uni
form down Commerce street to Military
riaza. wnere two targe roar-norse om
nibuses and a band wagon will take the
Saraderstotbe International and Great
orlhern depot to await the train and
meet the Austin lodge. After meeting
this lodge the entire party will re-enter
the omnibuses and proceed to Military
Plaza where the line of march will be
resumed back to the ball. Alter this
tho guests will be shown the hosn tal
ties of the city until the evening when
the grand kail and banquet at the Casino
u m ue laaugurateu.
Boledad Street Widened.
The Committee on Public Improve
ments have aecepted the proposition of
Mrs. Sam itmlth and others to purchase
a portion of the Jack Harris oorner for
$2700 In order that Soledad ttreet may
be widened at that point. This will
give a space of BOO square feet and Sol-
edad street will be straightened from a
point commencing at ltowsky's to the
Mrs. Whitney Weeding Out Her List.
The hospitality of Mrs. Whitney It
bountiful and beautiful. It It all right
and In good taste that the thould give
these superb feasts. She can afford It.
At the can alto afford to have her five
reception rooms set out like a flower
show with rosea at S3 a dozen. tullDS and
Jonquils by the hundreds. But what
snau we say ot tne guests woo swoop
like a mob of striken and level the
tables to bare that you Instinctively sus-
Eeot they like Jaok Spratt aid bit wife
ave "licked the platter clean." Since
the way In which her friend Mrs. Pot-
ter was treated In the bouse. Mrs. Whit
ney hat been weeding oat her visiting
nti anu puntsnea not a rew primtneit
women by excluding them from her last
f;rand ball. Catherine Cole In New Or-
THE OIIAND JURY REl'OItT.
Their Vlowe on tho County Jail niut Poor-
houso. The grand Jury this morning con-
cluded their labort and submitted tho
Giunu Jenv Itoon April 10 ISM.
To the Honorable District Jllilao r lleiar
The grand Jury assembled for the
March term have Inspected the petty
Jury rooms and llnd the walls Indecent-
ly pencilled and needing attention and
would suggest the same be at once reno-
vated and In the future require Wall-
Ills to advise Jurors about defacing the
walls windows woodwork eto. and
carefully examine the room after the
Jurors leaving the rooms and aiyene
caught or found perpetrating such of-
fenses be reported and brought before
Wo have visited the county Jail and
And considering the numb.r of Inmatrs
It is In a very fair condition. We rec-
ommend however that the Sheriff
visit the Jail personally every two
weeks or ottentr. It necettary aad listen
to complaints of prisoners.
lt.gardlng;the sale of liquors to minors
or their frequenting sa'oons and billiard-
balls we have made diligent Inquiry and
found no one who had seen anything of
that kind going on.
Concerning roads we find that unrea-
sonable prices are asked for lands for
road purposes and recommend that all
such matters be settled by arbitration;
that when new roads are laid out the
old roads be kept open until the new
ones are In condition for traveling and
that road-overseers be Instructed to
compel those whoso duty It la to work
the roads showing no partiality to any-
one; that the County Clerk be requested
to mako a list of all those whose duty It
Is to work tbem and turn them over to
their overseers In thelrregular precincts;
that tho County Commissioners have a
correct road-map made to that parlies
purchasing lands may see whether or
not the road crosses their lands or what
other means of access thereto.
We also visited and Inspected the
county manual labor poor-house and
hospital and llnd tho same to bo In a
neat and clean condition and the In-
mates surrounded with all the comforts
which the placo aflords. Th.re aru sev-
eral Insane Inmates at this place who
should be cared for by the State within
the lunatlo asylum and humanity would
dictate their removal as at an early a
date as possible for the means at the
command of the county Is wholly Insuf-
llolcnt to give them that care which en-
lightened civilization requires and .de-
mands. The food provided Is good substantial
and well cooked.
All prescriptions Tor medicines are
compounded on Hie place which depart-
ment Is In the hands of n competent
We ascertained tho cost per capita of
conducting the Institution forth past
year was 'JH cents per day. This In-
cludes the salaries or the physician su-
perintendent steward gardener cook
and laundress and all medicines fond
clothing and Incidental expenses. We
believe the County Judge. Commissioner
and Superintendent have done remarka-
bly well In tbelr reducing the expenses
of Hie Institution and at the same time
bringing It up to Its present state or er-tlclenoy.
All orwiilch Is respectuiuy submitted.
C. T. Ki.Ki.NE Foreman.
Kmvauii Unci ik
A. M. Coukx
I. II. Tanner
Joikth Sk out Jit.
A Brief Description of the Plot of tho
The spcotncular play of "Michael
Ktrogotl" which will be presented with
nil the original caste nnd tllects at Tur
nor Hall on the 12th and 1:1th Instant Is
a drama teeming with Intense Interest
and has created a sensation In London
Paris and New York ol the wildest dc
A brief resume of the chief Incidents
depicted In the play will be perused
The piece opens In Moscow where a
f oung otllcer of the Imperial Messengers
s Intrusted with a dispatch to the
Grand Duke the commander or irkutBk.
that olty being besieged by the Tartars
otrogoit wns accepts tue mission i
obliged to penetrate through this conn
try held by the Tartars. The Incident!
which befall the messenger are such ns
the Imagination of Jules Verne can
alone .create. Hit romances however
wild and Improbable are so tilled
traits of human nature mingled with the
fancyrul that a seeming realness per
vaues tntir pages.
COME AND SEE OUR
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES.
They are Pronounced to be
Lace Canvass Cloth
Fino Novolty Robes
Egyptian Laco Flouncing
- Large Stock of New Jerseys Just Received.
400 Pieces of New Matting White and Colored.
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commcrsc Street.
Tub rights of property are no more
eacred than the right to life whleb In
clude! the meant of living liberty and
tue punuu oi nappinets.
Ine with a stern devotion to duty which
all men Instinctively applaud. The two
war correspondents one of a London
and the other of a New York paper fur
nish the fun of the play. Their rivalries
In search of news are amusing
i ne drama strong in tse r. is rendered
doubly attractive by the Introduction of
cuarmiug battel dancing tunning musto
ana enective tableaux.
Tho Dig T.
The Light to-dav presents tbo double.
column card of W.J. Hollaed proprietor
or the city T store i ne nrin nas an es
tablished reputation for fair dealing and
giving a dollar's worth of goods for
every 100 cents. The tlnest brands and
grades of coffee both green and roatted
anu grounu. are atwava aent on aanu in
quaitltlet to tult purchasers. Give him
Two More Arresta.
Hen McMahon of Del Itlo who waa
recently arretted tinder an Indictment
of the grand Jury for heraetheft In con
lunctlon wlth'Hobertton and Newberry.
and who gave bond waa re-arrested this
morning on another Indictment for
swindling and John liowera of thlt city
wai atto piaceu in ourance rue on
charge oi swindling.
Tho Fourth Ward Bowling Club.
Thlt clnb hat established headquarters
at the garden adjelnlig Gustav Peltier's
saloon corner ltarreraand Alamostreett.
Mr. Peltzer It a San Antonio boy and
will leave nothing undone to make hit
guests and visitors comfortable. All
klndt of refreshment! and lunch will bt
teryed at all timet
Immense Display of
Linen Finisli Lawns
Immonso Lino Porcali
The services at the First I'reabv.
terlan Church will be very Interesting
There will be funeral services held
for the late Henry Webber deceased at
i ne i. iimeran cnurcn to-morrow morning
nt 10 o'clock.
New Light liantlat church: Sabbath
school at U a. m. Preaching at II p. in.
Ilaptlsm at 11 a. in. .-ervlces nt 8 p. in.
Itev. II. J. Hall. Pan or.
Services at the .Mount Pilgrim filar.-
Bt) church tn-niiirriiiv at II n. in Sab
bath school at II a. in. preaching at 100
i'c ting tu continue all I lie week.
.1. w Willi tut. Pastor.
HI. Paul's (ICplsconall church. Uov
ernment hill: Holy communion nt 11 a.
services at II a. in. ar.il 7:1.". t. m.
feat tree strangers cordially Invited
venun C cars pass the door.
llegular services to-morrow In the
uinberland Presbyterian Chiirih. Snlo-
iiiui street at it a. in. and N p. in. The
uuuu are cordially Invlled.
W II. Piiichion' Pastor
First Presbyterian Church: Services
morrow at II n. u . and 8 li. in. The
acrament of the Lord's Sunner will be
aiiministereu during tun morning ser
vice nauuain scuooi a'j;jii a. ui rue
public are Invited.
Madison Snuaro Presbyterian Church
'reaching to-morrow and evening by
tue pasiur uev. nr. ncuuuer. ine
farmer meeting will be held at II
clock and tke latter at 8 o clock-
are cordially Invited.
Travis Park Methodist Church. This
s the occasion of tbo second quarterly
leeting oi tne enured tor tne year ser-
Ices will be conducted by Key. II. S.
Thrall presiding elder. Services to
night at :i.i p. m. services to-morron
at It n. to. lol owed by Holy com
union. Services to-morrow evelng at
u p. id.
There will be services to-morrew at
the Mount .ion (Baptist) church on
Santos street Fourth ward: Sunday
school at Hi in.; preaching at u a m
anu j:.ju p. m. oapusm anu at v:ju p. m
preaching. Our meetlags continue will
grand results. There have been 40 con
verts during our meetings come one
and nil. A. A. Kivtns
The meetings ge on at the First Han
titt Church with Increasing Interest.
Services to-night at 8 o'clock and to
morrow at 11 a. tn aad 8 p. in. The
psople generally are cordially Invited to
attend. The servlcet te-morrow light
will be In the Interest of woman's work
id home missions. Mr. J. II. l.rlv will
speaa at an me services.
The great revival at St. James Afrl.
can Methodist F.plscopal Church It still
going on. One hundred and twenty-
live have been oonvertcd and 123 have
lolned the church. Services to-morrow
iiatuizing at 11 a. in. sunuav-sonooi at
at S:'S0 p. m. Hey. A. F. Jackson will
preach at 3:30 p. m.; Itev. Dr. Muklll at
op. m. a. r J season pastor.
Services at the Second llaptlst
Church to-morrow (Sunday). Sunday
school at 9:30 a. tn. Preaching at 2:30
ti. m.aid 8 p. in. by IllshonG. W .Dup
D. I). of Pad u cah Ky. Our meetings
are still going on uuu will continue a
week or two longer. There have been
10(1 conversions and if) have Joined the
church noae ol whomhave over em-
braced religion before that from tbe
simple fact that a persen never embrace!
religion hot once. The Lord bat done
great things for us whereof we are glad.
iiKv. j. vv uahu ratior.
Service! at St. Paul'! (Methodist
Episcopal) church April 11: Sunday
school at 10 a. m.; prayer and enquiry
meeting at 11:15 a. m ; preachlag at 3
and 8 p. tn. Our protracted meeting
continues with Increased interest; how
ever it is nearing ine ciose. u requires
quite as much generalship to march an
army from the battle Held ns It does to
lead them en to It. Thlt has been amost
propitious and glorious meeting. Aside
from my Individual feeling 1 have tuf-
fered the Holy Ghost to use whatever
voice and word of consolation he might
to gain toula at theavea to be garnered
In the skies. If wo can do anything to
heighten the standard of true religion
morality and education together with
kindred elevating cowers. I will have
gained mr point. Clear conversions
nave Increased from 70 to 82 and aooea-
tlons from 01 to 100. And none of this
at the expense of my neighbors.
M. Hknsonj Pastor
Monday and Tuesday April 12 and 13.
urana naunee Tuesday at i v. M.
Two Grand Ballets and Two Premiers.
Iir)ni!lirct ami liHtitlMjmest ihuiccr ou the
Tho only I'lriiilerln lmy's costume.
irulllll.llileturi.iuuHi'iiery. Tho great bat-
Draiaatlo and Military I's
bracing all thn
llirht. The Kapemr'a and (Iraml Duke's pal-
'i. .trami military review nilrooiiclng
II lary lunula drum corps mounted cavalry
WANTKD-rirrr iianusomk younii
Apply Monday to Ernest ltlacbe. Turner
GUSTAY PELTZlR'S SALOON
Cor. Ilarr.ra and Alamo Sti. San Antonio.
t'ail tUnta"'1'' I'unc1' 0I"1 refreshment!
The fourth Wan) Howling Club have their
?nlezvnus hero. Call and see mo.
t tKIra GUSTAV l'ELT.Klt Proprietor.
SIMON FEST'S GARDEN
Amuftptiicutft of all kinds during the wcrk
iiitl ait Hunditya.
lKvr llwr und nthcr rerrfslimenU.
Umicwcrery Hun Jay.
Tho pulillo and tranters Invited 4-9-Cm
First aud Srai MeUiotllst.
A younn-man hml alwnjrg accompanied hit
tmrenti to tho First MethodHt Church. Ono
tiunduy niornlnjr his father was surprise
when. In reply to "Are you ready. JuhnV' the
younK fellow said. "I bellevo rather that I
will attend thu Becond Methodist this morn-
Intr" Upon this tho old gentleman departed
for tho Hrst Methodist la which sanctuary ho
was a shining JlKht and a great turner around
tho amen corner. Tho deacon although a
hard-working Christian also bcllevetl In tbe
good things of mother earth and bo4 a plen-
tifully supplied wine cellar which (as ho
knew that tho young wero Uablo to be Indis-
creet) ho kept under lock and key. For several
weeks tho deacon had noted tho hollow sounds
In his wlno casks and ho also noticed that his
go to tho
already made arrangements to attend the Beo-
i all along secretly Indulging In tbe
deacon's Que old wines. John Hew to tho door
and tried to lnort the key but could not find
tnokerhole. liu struck r muinh huh
whu Burpriftc inui mo Key nolo had been
plugged and that a very strong able-bodied
padlock had twen attached to tbo door. At
rays or ugnt iroui ine nicnering match re
itM against the door they all noticed some
la- white unon which wuiamnn dttnw
and standing back they could hardly belleva
their eye an they read In largo letters theso
words: "Becond Methodist closed for re-
pairs" John felt so cheap that ho went
straight to his Uncle Emerson at No.
13 Boledad street and borrowed 9&i
and left for California. Owing to tho cut
In railroad fares ho got a through ticket for
fU and Is now a wealthy man In Ban Fran-
cisco and ho acknowledges that bo madolt
outof that 34 he got from Emerson. They
The California Fruit Company on
Commerce street are now receiving
dalr fresh strawberries to be aold at
Wholesale ana retail.
LEONID AS D. DIBBL
Attorney - at - Law
And Notary Public.
240 - .WkstComhbuckStkkxt
BAN ANTONIO. TKXAS.
An Enterprising Rsllabls House
A. Drolss can always bo rellod upon not only
to carry In stock tho best of everything but to
securo tho Airencr for such articles iu havn
wen-Kuowu merit anu i
DcoDle. thereby sustain li
beliiLr alwnvi pntoriirlslnir. and avm mlialiln
Having secured tho Agency for the celebrated
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption
will sell It on a positive guarantf. It will
surely euro every affection or Throat Lunge
and Chest and to show our oouQdenoe wo Uh
Tlte you to call aud get a trial bottle free. I
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