San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 71, Ed. 1, Monday, April 12, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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-ags- I San Antonio Daily Light -fst
Volume .VI. Number 71
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS MONDAY APRIL 12 1886.
Only $5 a Year.
Immense shipments In our Dry Goods Cloth-
ing and Shoe Departments have been opened
in the last few days and many more are com-
ing. This week we are offering Special Bar-
HOSIERY LACE CURTAINS
LinensTowels and Table-Covers.
NOVELTIES IN RUGBINGS SHOES AND SLIPPKRS.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ISTHE LARGEST
IN WESTERN TEXAS.
STAFF EL & KUHL
General Commission Merchants Cotton Wool and Hides.
Littles Chomical Fluid
NO. I 9 NAVARRO ST.r -
A. A. & F. A. BROOKS.
THE POPULAR CORNER I
I'KNSED ONLY UY
HKIM.VUI AND RXI'K-
HIKNCr.D 1' II A It MA-
CI8T8 OF NONE IIUT
THR PIT KB. ST MBIII-
CINE AT PUIUKS
THAT DEFY COMl'KTI-
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
Wholesale anA Retail Drnists ana Dispensing Pharinacists
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza Cor. S. Flores St. Sin Antonio.
LUIIIN'S 1UNNRLI8 $ WKIOMTANt COU1ATK8 FINEST .-Kit-Make
no mistake. Tho Corner Drug Htoroof
L-. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Cull and ten the wont i lrmmt nml eipcmlve Podii ana MIihtuI Walor Fountain In ihu Stale.
CITY T STORE.
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Carries the largest stock of flno
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of any house In the State. Storekeepers ami heads of families will do well to make
ttielrpurohascsalthlBcstabllahmcnt. The rnllowlnarccnCoireeaalwaya In stock! -
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
ThlahnutoaupiillcaDc'llelouaFrpsli-HoaXcxIandOroundCoirce. HTHENOTI! and Fl.AVOIt
TKLKI'llONK NO. IMI.
.tWili.8lln.rl'!l".n' EnaTartna-. Watchea and Clock Repairing. Oulv the most
aSSssJSs&jss MtoaUoa ""'-ttriedRu?.nloii'5ri
HO. 11 HATAKBO STHUCT.
j- -TRY J. WALKERS-
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
For an eaay lit. Boot! and .jug made at Prtoejta .suit veryono. llepalrlos- while you wait
S. B. WITCHELL. - - Agent
221 Commerce Street -. -
r. BiMAu. .
Kimn ana liatae.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Beholz's Hall Corner of Commerce-'and Losoya 8treets
A Large Stock
AT THE LOWEST FIGURES.
VAL. LORRA Popular Tailor Commerce St. near Bridge
ALBXANDB1I Kill It-
and Powder Dips.
FKKK TO ANY I'AIIT
I'A HTM KNT O I" F.N I ) A Y
Opposite Nlo. Tengg's Old Stand.
. A. IIAMI'BL
of New Goods
An Old Sinner Ruins an Orphan Cltrl of
Special to the Dan Anlonlo Uiht.
Jtrrr-itMiN Texas April 10. rrlll
Dlelman an old citizen or this county
aged about CO years was Ihli evening
arreted on the obargo of rape aalil to
have been committed on an orphan girl
about 10 yeara old named Sallle Owena.
The girl haa been at Dlelman'! house
several yeara and It bad been suspected
lotiie time that a youtb the elder Dial-
man'a ion Qui has bees outraging the
poor girl. This morning It It alleged
that the old nan wu caught In the act
of outraging her. A German aamed
Joieph irlend la willing to testify to
mat lact. mi gin curruuvrai.s in.
atatement and aaya that thla la the third
laatance where he haa forced her to aub-
mlt te till wishes; that the was outraged
by Gits the son of the party arrested
two years ago when she waa only eight
yeara old. '1 be girl It net well developed
for her age baa light hair and blue eyrs.
sne lsapitianie ODject ana lens a strange
and terrible story. The community Is
greatly excited. The young man has
Just been arrested. Tbe trial of the old
man is set lor Aionuay morning lie
proffered ball which waa refused Phy.
alclana examined tbe girl and corrobo-
rate her statement. She has an uncle
aunt and brother In lted River Texas.
Hon. John Welch. ex-Mlnlster to Kne-
land lies dead In Philadelphia.
The tariff bill will be the next nuestlon
to Involve tbe House In prolonged Uls-
cuaslon. The cholera In Ililtany la decreasing.
There remain 14 cases i-nder medical
The bill for the admission of Washing.
ton Territory as a State passed the Sen-
ate; yeas 30; nays 13.
Secretary Manning contlnuea in about
the same condition. President Cleve-
land has not visited him since his attack.
Pulitzer of the New York World has
resigned his seat In Coagress. His
editorial duties rendering It Impossible
for him to attend to his work as ltepre-
sentatlve. The strike has been Dartlallv resumed
at Charierol. Workmen employed In
tbe Jumst glassworks are suing the com-
mune for tlamagee consequent upon the
loss or wages tirnng tna strike.
The committee of the French Chamber
f Deputies on the customs duties voted
In favor of Imposing a duty ol 3 francs
on foreign maize wltti the exreptlou nf
such aa Is used in making atarch.
That part of the government croD re
port for March which refers to live slock
says; Losses of sheep reported 7 per
cent.; of cattle 4 per cent.; losses of
horses small only 7-10 of 1 per cent.
The Dublin Kxnress says that the real
reason why Chamberlain resigned waa
that Gladstone was unwilling to nd-
vance In the direction of revolution as
far as Chamberlain wished him to go.
Alexander of Houmella. consents to
accept his appointment as Oovernor for
me limited term oi live years as prt
posed by the 1'owers and nil Is serene
along the Servian border. Greece wl"
The transcontinental lines strain ex-
teaded ruling low rates to California
oolnts. They announce that the rate Is
extended until Tuesday hut pracllcally
luey are extenu'ig lue raieB until
Last Saturday nleht In the debate In
Ilia Commons Sir John Lubbock (Mb-
rail saiu lie ucueTca u iuq mil imssetl
at ad it would bo against the wlsbes of
tne great majority oi ttie people or tbe
Gladstone's sneeob Is the uutiermost
topic of conversation in llteraiy nail po-
litical olrclea In I'arls. Most of the
newsDanera there comment aDoiovlnirlv
on thePremler'a scheme although some
of tbem criticise eel tain of Its minor
The trlsl of Burns. Ilvndman. Cham.
pion ana wiiiiarns.tne socialist leaders
on a charee of bavins Incited the Tra
falgar square and Hyde park riots was
concluded by the Jury readerlng a ver-
dict of not guilty aad the defendants
live men have been atrested oa
chances of fraudulent votlnsr at the re
cent mnnlcloal election In Mllwaakee!
and It la expected that ai.-ests by the
wnoieeaie win ioiiow wimin ine next 21
hours. The pellce have strong evi-
dence against about 30 persons who
voted the Deroooratlo tioket In the Third
Fourth and Fifth wards and some voted
iwice in earn wara. u is satu several
wealthy Democrats are seriously Impli-
cated and one well-known aolltlclan
has suddenly left town. Startling revela-
none are expectea.
Tbe Terles are not so slncjlne of sue
cess In fighting tbe Gladstone scheme aa
some of their leaders declare. They are
poony orgamzeu nave not tooxea alter
tbe Individual members of the House
who were shaky and have been over
worked and outgeneraled by tbe Lib
erals. ioru nanaoipn cuurcnui tnelr
main dependence hts so arookad and
damaging a record on the Irish question
that It Is expected he will be severely
usnaieu in ma aitempta to inwart tbe
Premier's plans. Tbe bill will be al
lowed to go to tbe second reading before
any motion will be made against It. bo
far the Tory opposition has created leas
ujjpuaiuuu u iuv uiBuure loan was ex
Seoretary Manning Is progressing
aiowiy lunaru cunvaieacence. vvutle
bis physicians are not wholly confident
of hla recovery they have every reason
at present to feel very much encour
aged. One of bis asedical advisers has
said that even tbe most flattering results
of their treatment would not leave the
Secretary In auch a condition that he
will be able to resume the onerous duty
of his ofllce with entire safety. Indeed
the sick man himself has given up tbe
Idet. Hla mind Is clear upon that aa
well aa other subjects and though he la
cauttonea against taming anout Dust
ness. he has Indicated a desire to com
ply with tbe wishes and advice of bis
family and retire from the treasury nort-
fello. There Is no particalar hurry about
It and no motion or this kind Is deemed
likely soon to be made but It Is only a
Casino Hall was crowded Saturday
evening by tbe elite of our German pop
ulation to see the "Kaub der Bablner
ianea." Tbe play Is full or traits of do-
mestic life In tbe smaller cities of Gar
manr. Scenea. serio-comic lndloroua
and aualnt. cbanee from oie to tbe
otherconnected with a great deal of
national pathos. The company was
mads up of the Kluehn-Wolkensteln
troupe and assisted by onr best German
amateur talent some tf whom had lend
their valuable assistance and who bad
been elT of the active amateur stage for
yeara. Mr. and Mrs. Mueller. Mrs.
Grelsen NagaMjifrent and Mrs. Kltnen-
ilorr all acquitted themselves admira-
bly and all received continuous ap-
pianae ami were ine recipienta oi many
floral tokens or esteem. Financially It
was asuccess for the German Ladles' Aid
Will Keep the Rooster.
Editor San Antonln Light.
We the committee on ba'lldlcg of the
new Lutheran church on Press street
would respectfully state that the local
report as It appears In the oolurans or
the Lkuit or the 0th lmt.. resardlnir the
aale of the rooster from tbe steeple of
me oiu cuurcn is entirety raise. AStae
from the fact that we never have had an
ofler for the ornamental apex will say
mat we arepeasessea oiaumoient moral
Integrity not to dispose or anything be-
longing to the German Lutheran church
ana therefore consider It an lntnrv aaal a
alander upon tbe moral and religious
sentiment of our church to accuse either
the committee or the cong.-egatlon of
suoh a base act.
Into. KNahiiMRDT Chairman.
Mr. Charles L. Andrews and the other
members or the Michael Slregofl Com-
pany arrived In town last evening.
The whole of the morning will be de-
voted to fixing the elaborate scenery re-
quired for the production the first
presentation oi wnica win oe given tnts
evenlag. This Is a thrilling drama and
will be sure to attract large audiences.
A ma Inee will be given to-morrow at
:ju o ciock p. aa.
Owenaalade Xlmeoez. for belnidrunk.
waa fined &.
Alexandre Arellano drunk $6
II. Sohwarlz disorderly $7.
Noberta Kstrsda drunk and disorder-
Marlanlal Kiranln .1.1m. Kl...
uaeino rausla druak $..
Michael Connera drunk dismissed.
Louis Blanchlnl lighting $7.
otto Kothschlld lighting (7.
Genoya Coronaafo Insulting language
Vicente Gonzales disorderly $S.
K. Sllnger Insulting language $5.
Mariano Catripa drunk $0.
Dan Campbell disorderly dismissed.
Jfihn Mel uiii.l.'l. I...ln. .
Mrs. Weber disorderly continued.
Henry Myrr was arrested thla morn.
log by Deputy Constable Krempkau
charged with swindling. He waa al
lowed to go at liberty In glvlaga $200
representation Myer made to another
K... u ninuuui ue possesseu oy
which representation he became a part-
ner in a small store.
Tho Springs Opened.
The San Pedro Snrlaea Dark waa
opened to I ho public for the season yes-
terday. The Eighth Cavalry band dls-
mo inusio joriue occasion. A
large crowd was present. At night a
dance In the pavilion took place.
Mr. Clem S. Ilea baa received tailor
from tbe Diamond King Medical Com-
pany dated from St. Louis from which
u is icarneu mat the company will re-
turn to yan Antonio In two weeks and
quarters for the manufacture and ssle of
Not Paying Occupation Tax
A colored man aamed Jnle. iinn.r
waa arreaiea veaianiar nn a warrant re
ceived irem Oalveston. He Is charged
With eVadlOK tbe Davment afnnotinaHnn
tsxes aad being placed under bond for
... ..MMu.iuu mereui ne "aaippea"
the Island City. A deputy aherlff from
(111 Triton arrlva.l imh . 1. - .
f the warraat and haa taken hla prisoner
More Wedding Bella.
1'i:e t ltr r...-. .. . .
beautifully printed weddlao- ln.u.nnn
from Mr. aad Mrs. J.E. Burkes to attend
tha a-adrilna k.l. k.....ir..i .
ter Miss Susie M Burkes to Mr. James
. KaTeiing salesman
Wei l and favnrah.v l.. . I
la Bet for Wednesday evening April
in. k oi. jsarys
in kT r "piiuo in toe evening
brlde'a parents eornsr Avenue D and
" It Was the Cat."
What was thatf" ejaculated the
lady and she nudged her slumbering
lord and master who woks having his
pleasant visions which a hearty sapper
created rudely dispelled; "there Is some
one la the room Fred!" the wife of bis
ooBora in terror-stricken tones ob
server r reu listened aid soon be heard
a scratching noise. "Ratal" he laconic-
ally sbserved and he closed his eyes
strain. Whather Fred naad tha wnrd in
noise his spouse heard wu caused by ibe
small rodent tbat plagues over bouses Is
u. uiuii u uaa once more em-
braced Morpheas the only violation
or saarltal rights that Is ssnctloned
when a vicious dig In his ribs once mere
inierrupiea tats "crim con." 'Fred
Fred listen to thst noise!" Frd liar.
ened and beard continual thnmna and
ourlous sounds oomlng from a portion or
mo tu.aii.cr. ne jumpsa iromtneDea
and seized his revolver then h. mi.i..i
to light the lamp. Aa soon as he did the
burelar could be seen In tna ahana r h.
family cat who was disporting himself
j laaama naps aoross tne lurniture.
In Its mouth It held ana of tha rdrenlar
wire trapa. In the spring of which
was Imprisoned a mouse; the cat
not being able to drag this dainty mor-
sel from tbe elutcbea of the trap bad
taken trap aid all In lta mouth ami waa
energetically engaged In the attempt to
ahake the mouse out or tbe trap. Jump-
ing on the dressing table and chairs In
Its frantlo endeavors at success when
Fred's right boot took the wind out or It
by Strlklnsr Its Side. Tha oat ekaaad
from the room everything waa serene
o.m.uu ir. rreasiamoerea Diitsraity
TUB LABORERS STRIKE.
The Stroet Contractor Jake Marshall
. Refuses Their Demand.
This morning a general strike took
place among the laborera employed by
Mr. Jake Marshall the contractor for the
street improvements Mr. Marshall has
been paying his employes at the munifi-
cent rate of $1 a day and aa most of the
men have families they have fouad It Im-
possible to do anything elae than eke out
a bare existence. At 7o'c!ook when the
morning call to work was sounded all
the men on Goliad street (about 30) re-
fused to commence optratlens unless
ther were paid tl.25 aer day on the
eight-hour scale Instead ol hitherto 10
nours. ins aemanas oeingreiuea.iaey
proceeded In a body to Powder-house
bill and comnelled the laborers to nult
their work who then accompanied the
remainder to town
llv the strike nearly 10) men have
thrown themselves out or employment.
The contractor baa secured IS new bands
and 12 scrapers who are now working
oi Goliad stieet at the former wages
viz 91 a day Nearly el' the strikers are
Mexicans with Ibe exception or a few
Italians who however are disposed to
resume work hut are prevented by tbe
others. While the Liuiit does not pose
as the chamnlen of strikers it can scarce-
ly deplore tne ast or these men and It Is
to be hoped that the contractor will ad-
mit their damaad la let outrageous and
make the aeoesssry coioesslon.
Who's Afraid of Snake?
Nothing like a good dlnnor" said
General Bartholomael tho Little Joker.
It makes a man feel oontented and at
peace with all the world" added Major
Ely a hardware man from St. Louis.
There Is such a thing aa dyspepsia af
ter It though" mildly vestured Colonel
Grlevler or St. Louis who travels for a
well-known Gambrlnuslan firm. These
three gentlemen were seated on the por-
tico oftbe Little Joker's residence on
Mill street mckliar a post-prandlal
cigarette of tho-known and popular Lit-
tle Joker brand. They had been enoy
log tbla luxury for aome time gazing
meditatively on tho pleasantly-scented
smoke as It Issued from
their Hps and curled lazily on the
oaimy atmospnero into lauiasiio
wreaths and festoons. Tbe Genersl was
suddenly aroused from his reverie by
one or bis Little Jokers saying "papa
there is a snake in tne uuon" instantly
the three gentlemen were on the alert
aid guided by the child went to tbe
spot to cspture and aaalhllate the
snake. It was In the ditch without doubt
and each or the gentlemen oegan mak-
ing frantlo dashes at It with sticks and
stones at a very respectful distance
General Bartholomale regretting the ab-
sence of his rszor to which he was
attached when he represented the
"court barber" at tha reoent Ca-
sino festival. Gaining courage the
trio auuruaoucu closer uut in uic mean-
time the anake bad iilren a chuckle of
derision aad disappeared. The three
gentlemen looaeu at eaonoiuer Dianaiy
and walked seftly to their seats on the
Eorilco. "I was not afraid or It any.
ow." eald Colonel Qrelvler pulling up
his nigh boot aa if giving a mild sug-
gestion that be bad oven seen saakes la
mere --non i am sare i was not
scared; In fact I like snakes. It was all
Colonel Ely's fault. He would keep
getting in Iront of Ine all the time."
"Well" exploded the gentleman last
spoken of "that beata all. Why you
kept trying to puan me on so mat you
could Bcreen vourseir behind me."
xnta last remark causea an awawaru
nause which lasted for some minutes
and was only broken by General Bar-
tholomale saying: "Have a Little Joker
clcarette. bova." Soon a cloud of smoke
asceided the air and conversation was
renewed but no one touched on the
suDject oi snakes again.
Hew Oun Club.
A new and very strong gun olub waa
organized yesterday by tbe clsrka or
iiago c acimeiizer. Among tne mem-
bers are Auirust Bi lam. Jr. Aaarust Bleb
ter A.C. Herndon Nato Vlllareal Fred
Wagenfuehr Hlchard Zumberge and A
Gess. A nraotloe shoot at class kalis
took place la the afternoon on Govern
A party of gentlemen consisting of
Max and Finest Meuiebach C. B.Mnl-
laly II. L. Degener and T. II. Mlckle
lohn. left Saturday nlsht for Devil's
river on tne aoutnern raoiuc. ror a num.
They retnrned last night and Mr. Mul-
any reports mat mey Kiuea uo osss vi
pounds or catfish and 08 ducks. He says
It took 33 gallons of whisky to last tbem
tne one aay oat ana Messrs. Mickie-
loha and E. Meusebach were under the
Impression when they returned tbat
oan Antonio wai nanon station ana
tbat they bad passed San Antonio
Mr. George Wltte the well-kaown
wealthy barber haa had a new Indict
ment made out against him charging
him with the.t of a deed from tbe County
Clerk's olllce with tbe Intention tc
deatror the evidence of a forarerv. Mr.
rr itte naa oeen arreaiea on tne inaiot-
ment and released on IOCS bond. Thla
la the aims matter that was tried at the
last term of mart and reversed br the
superior ooart because It waa not
aiiegea mat tne aeea was stolen ror toe
purpose! covering up a rorgery
They Oreaaed It.
Several accldenta to the acrobats at
tbe Mexican circus were narrowly
avoided last Saturday night. The hori
zontal bar bad been greased with too
such cerbeza or mstcal and the acro-
bats In the mid-air leaps and glaat
swinging couiu net noia on.
Mrs. Albert Ludwlg celebrated her
birthday anniversary yesterday at her
husband's residence on Elm street with
a party of chosen friends. among whom
were the following: Mrs F. Langer
Mrs. F. J. Lndwlg Mrs. Wesenberg
am. iiannig airs nocker jars. J.ai
Cooeland. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. S. Kowe.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbarlaa Scblebel. Mr. and
Mrs. Q. Beyer. Misses Ida and Lottie
vvesenoerg hiss copnie i.unwig air
aau Mrs. i . utoeokner air. tu.coerps
air. Marx owiita.
A oraole named Leool. halllnc from
Galveston was arrested yesterday eve-
ning on Tobln Hill by OflW Ellis and
delivered to an oHcsr from Galveaton.
where he II waited en a charge af for
eitiig ma uonu.
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES
They are Pronounced to be
Laco Canvass Cloth
Fino Novelty Robes
Egyptian Laco Flouncing
- Large Stock of New
400 Pieces of New Matting White and Colored.
HAAS & 0PPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerse Street
fourth Grsnd Drawlng-Twtntf.fWe friias
Cum Awsy Valued at Our Woe.
One Prize Gold !
One Diamond King
One Prize. Gold
One Fine Wardrobe
One Suit Clothe
One Prize Gold
One File Easy Chair
One Meerschaum Set
One Grand lamp
One Geld Head Cane
One Met Piolures
One Pall CbewlngTobacco .
jzi une I'rize uoiu
58 One Hundred Cigars
Wl One Fine Dog
Two Fine Stools
One Prize Gold
One Fine list
One Pair Shoes
One Load Coal
One Lead Wood....
-jl One Box CIgarettea
1 One t-oaa" Klnilllnir " " "
Total Value of OIIH
Thla counoa la Dresented to each
Purchaser or 25 cents or more of
art'a Cigars Tobacco and Smok-
ers' Articles aid entitles tbe holder
hereof to tbe girt dented by tbe
ticket corresponding In lumber
thereto distributed after 20.0C0
tickets have been Issued.
BearNo prlzea eaahed without pre
sentation of ticket and no prizes
paid after GO daya from drawing. Ot
Tbe first annlvaraary of the establish
ment or the Fourth Ward Mission Sua.
day school of the First Presbyterian
church took place yesterday afternoon.
Addreaaea were made by Rev. Dr. Nell
the pastor and by-Messrs. Stevenson.
Hensley and Gauss. The little chapel
Tbe dramatic section of this society
gave the announced entertainment at
Krlsch's hall yesterday evening to a
crowded bouse. "Das VersDrechea hln
term Herd" and "Die Zlllerthaler" were
rendered In fine style Ike latter piece a
comedy Interspersed with tbe national
airs or Switzerland waa specially well
received tho Misses Snahn. Emnarsr and
Hohoeie acquitting themselves In fins
stylo In tbelr respective roles. The plsy
over. dancing was lidulged In op ton
iste nour. a general cxpreaaion emoig
tbe audlenoe to repeat the performance
was neara ana ineisates aiu gentlemen
who took part will undoubtedly agree
to o so.
Collins: W. A. Carter and wife. Pear-
sail; John MoOlan Browasvllle Texaa;
S. O. Craig New Orleans La-i L. M.
Nunn Ollosple County; John if. Cols-
man Albany Oa.; E. L. ltltub Athens
Oa.; W. H. Jennings Jr. Pearsall; J. N.
onyaer. a. . inorp cawara J. uim-
ner J. B. Bell O. O. Walker John U.
Troynhsm; A. M. Nlxoa Austin Texas;
Jules Albert Houstos: James D. De-
vtne Bexsr County; Miles P. Miller
Austin; j i. ingranam iieevtite; a. n.
Carlton San Marcos; J A. Martin
Houston P. J. Lewis Laredo; James
Pryor Lullng; J. B. Lime Chicago; A
S. Ilsynss cFevsland O.; D. Chrlchtei
uriaton. ungtano; tv. i. aienweainsr
MiNaxn UoTsx. John T. Lytle J. 8
Blvmver. Cincinnati: J. P. Nelson.
Kenedy Texas; D. C. Proctor Ernest
Brnmlen Cneroj Mrs. Annie Waechter
N. J. Kitchen George S. O'Bear Oliver
u. Bartoa alias uariea cttw zorkj i.
B. HUlard Plymouth Com. J. O. Hlee
Hyatt Tex.: G. A. HelUg LaG range
Mrs. S. L. May. Miss Lu"u May Miss
Jesse Williams Mrs. J. S. Potts Joseph
Barthelow Brownsville Texas; Harry
Benjamin New Orleais Louisiana;
K. Maokrllle C. L. Dunham aid wire
Miss Cora Dunham Miss Daisy Dunham
Kansas City: W. S. Wilson Bryan; Gen-
eral A. 8. Bobsrts Major R. P. Ssaytb
M. Benbrook Austin; Mrs. II. M. King
Miss Alios Klig Santa Gertrudes reach;
II. J. Keenaa. Galveston: T. C. Caakln.
Bt.-Louls; N. T. Wilson Junction City;
K. Dodare. oltv: C. Towicend. LeiTsn-
worth Kas.; R. O. Hulbert Presidio del
Norte: Stanford Collin Swan Lake MUt;
li. J. uosaiuge icxas.
. Imported Ginghams
Linon Finish Lawns
Immonso Line Porcals.
Jerseys Just Received.
THR OPERA -BOOSE
Monday ud Tuesday April 11 ud 13.
urana laiuM Tuesday at I v. 1.
Ttie (nanaa-euient baa tbe honor of anaounc
Irur Charles L. Andrews' Olorloua
Dramallo and Military Paseant
if rrftotlrftt .nl Hioit reallitlo of all 810-
ttvuular 1'ls.jt. A cut of unprecwleuted
tiscelleuoe vmbrmclajr all the
raembertQf tbe arnt New
Two Grand Ballets and Two Prtmlm.
The youngest and handsomest dancer on tbe
Tbe only i'retnler In boy's costume.
tlful and picturesque scenery. Tbe treat bat-
uwiwrno. ine ieio at Moscow. The amirs
f'lnp In Tartary. The Anarora river by moon-lla-ht.
The Rmporor'a and Orand Duke'a pal-
aoea. tlrand military review latroduclnc
military bands drum corps mounted cavalry
and rt-slnicnts of soldlors.
WANTEu-riror iianusowk tovku
Apply Monday to Ernest Itlsche Turner
GUSTAY PELTZER'S SALOOI
Cor Ilarreta and Alaaao at. law Astasia.
lleer On drauahL Lunoh and refrr.ahnu.nta
at all times.
Tbe Fourth Ward Ilowltna- Club have thalr
rendezvous here. Call and Bee me.
t-Nm O U8TAV PELTZEB Proprietor.
S1M0I FESrS GARDEI
Boatk rierM ItrMt Wmt Aiwii Tm
tJLgcr lloor and other refrscbmeoU.
ifarnoo eTory Duoamr.
Tbe public and tranfer Inrlted. i
First ana Second IitWisL
A jrounjjrman had always aoootapaoled hla
for the nnt Methodltt In which aaMJtaaiT he
wu a blalnjjT licht and a treat power around
the amen corner. The ueaoon. although a
hard-worklnjj Cbrlftlan aUo beUeredlathe
good thltujt of toother earth and had a plen-
tifully supplied wine oellar. which (aa be
knew that the youna were liable to be IndU
In hi wine cask and he alio notloed that hla
yu n.u lutiu m grvsu aiaiiuj ioru5eooo
Melbodltt Church. On the f oUowtna Buadar
thedtMOOn ualn ftaksv. his. avnn tVaVa s t ki
rtret Method it out John replied that he I
ond Methodlat. The deaoon quietly onaitad.
been In waltlna-.went to the cellar where they
had been all aloof secretly tiiudulirlnjr in the
deacon's flue old win. John flew tolhe door
and tried to Insert the key but oould not tad
the keyhole. He struck a match and saw
with surprise that tha keyhole had bean
pluned and that a Terr stroB aUsvbodled
padlock had been attached totho door. Aa
the ras of llj-bt from tbe fUckertnjr match re-
flected uralnjt the door they all notloed some
thlnr white upon which was some ohaiaotare-
and. sUndlnff back ther could hardly belters
their eyes aitbey read. In largo letter theae
words i 8eoond Methodist oloaed ror re-
pair." John felt fto cheap that ha went
tralaht to his Uncle Kmerson at No.
tfoledad street and borrowed SU4
914 and Is now a wealthy man In Ban Vtaar
o1co and he acknowledgea that he made It
outof that3i he rot from Kraerton. They
can all talk but Kmeraoa oontlnues to hold
"the bridre" to help the boys orer.
LEONID AS D. DISBLB
Attorney - at - Law
And Notary Public (
HO WasT Coausaaci tttauT
BAN ANTONIO TaUCAB.
etas ean always be raUedupoa saMaabr
r In stock tkebest ofeverrtsssai saaTto
the Aaeney tot suoh arUolee as San
own merlL and r tanaMiLar aa.
le thereby Bustalalog tbe rvautealoa of
surely ours every sgeotlon of Throat. Luna
and Cheat and to show our oouidenee we ft
i . v j u .u v.. .v a uuu uviH iree. i
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