San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 72, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 13, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
San Antonio Daily Light
West Sido Bridge.
3 West Commerce Street
Wholesale and Retail.
ijwVolm'i tyi.rr.Number 72.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. TUESDAY APRIL 13 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-
whitR floods hm M MtMm
HOSIERY LACE CURTAINS
Lihens.Towels and Table-Covers.
NOVELTIES IN RUGH1NGS. SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ISTHE LARGEST
IN WESTERN TEXAS.
JQBK'E ' BROTHERS.
MiIq and Military Plazas Sao Antonio Teias
(JJAMES P. HICKMAN. JR. PROPRIETOR
! ' J j Convenient to bualness center with bettaocomnOdatloiia. s-a ) j
PBN8BI) ONLY UV
SKILLFUL AND KXI'R.
HIKNCKI) P II A HM A .
C18T8 OF NONE HIT
THE PlIKKST MBD1-
CINE! AT PRICES
THAT DBfY OOMPl
mt .; L.ORYNSKI&CO.
WliolesalB anfl Retail Drnggtsts anfl DispensiiiE Pharmacists
302 and 304 S. Side Military flm Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
LUIIIN'S. lllNNKLL'S "g COUIATr.S FINEST PEIl-
.Make no mistake Tho Corner Drug tilow ot
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Call and see tho mull elemut and expensive Soda ami Mineral Water Fountain In tlio State.
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
. Carries tho larrcat stock of lino
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
Of any houao In thy State. 8torekeeier 1 and heada of families will do well to make
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
This houao supplies Delleiotia Freah-Housted ami (1 round Coffee. 8TKF.NQTII and FLAVOR
tominkCn!iC iil " rt"ul'l """ on the premises hi steam power.
9ia.tn'Blllrer'ltln"' Knm-avlnir Watobes and Clock Henalrtns-. Onlv tho moat
IfolikMoftofJ-nik" A""0" Uuslneaeentruatidtoua. Ollicu and
rpp -v ; TRY J. WALKERS'
"G'dUDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Tor au easy U Hoot rsgjid. Cff&SSS?ffSfttn "U W'"
S. B.. WITCH ELL; - - Agent
221 Commerce Street - - Opposite Nlc. Tengg's Old Stand.
Oyster n.h and Game. . hampkl
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
' 1 And:At
icholt't Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya 8treets.
U W.. r
euvtJUST RECEIVED I
Ac .rge Stock -of New Goods
AT THE LOWEST FIGURES.
VAL. LORRA Popular Tailor. Commerce St. near Bridge.
UHUUH UUU UJUH1 U1UU1 J
FKKK TO ANY PAItT
OF Til R CITY.
PARTMKNTOPENIIAY AND NlailT.
THOS HO PIT)
NO. 14 NAVAUKO STREET.
6H0OTINO SHERIFFS NOT EXCUSED
GLAD8TONE WILL MODIFY.
Oklahoma: Gets There Commtttoo Clat-
ter Wilmington Wreck-Mexico
Monkeys With Ctalna-
rtj. Etc Etc
St. Louis April 12. The Inquest In
the Edit St. Louis shooting affairs on
Monday last wal continued t-day and
op to noon more than dozen wltntitei
were examined. No new foot were
aeveloped. All the testimony given was
of the same teier as that or Saturday.
The wllneuea were chiefly railroad men
apeotatort ef the scene and all agreed
that the deputy sberlfls fired the flrtt
hot; that no stones were thrown at
tbem and that the crowd gate the depu-
tlei 10 other provocation fer firing than
hooting. Jeering at tkem and making Ir-
Washington April 12. The Home
Committee on Territories to-day by a
Tote of 0 to B agreed to report favorably
the bill to provide for the organization
ol the Indian Territory and the public
land atrip Into the territory of Oklahoma.
The bill provides that nothing In It shall
be to coaitruoted to disturb the ex-
isting properly or treaty rights of the
Indians. The bill also provides that the
publlo land strips t hall be opened to set-
tlement under the provisions or the
homestead laws only.
Coipucana Tex. April 12. Hon.
Bryan T. Darry Chairman of the Stale
Democratic Executive Committee has
received replies from 28 or (be 31 mem-
bers of the committee as to whether
they wished to meet to select the tlmo
and plaoe for holding the Democratic
Htate convention. Eighteen or these
favor determining It br cerrespoadence.
The committee will therefore not be
called together. Letters will be ad-
dressed to tbem In a few days to ascer-
tain their preference for the place and
time of holding the convention. Home
of the committeemen In their replies
expressed their views as to the place
they being divided between Galveston
and Dallas. The convention will prob-
ably be held some time In August.
WiNAxma April 12. This morning
200 Italians assembled at the Canadian
i'aclllo depot to go west to work on the
road at $1.23 per day. Another body or
men. who thought the wages not large
enough. Interfered and persuaded thetn
from leaving. The strikers took posses-
sion of the cars and refused admission t
the others. Clubs and stones were freely
used. Several were Injured seriously.
Police are busy arresting the leaders.
Galvestox April 12. Mrs. Alice
Walkem who was convicted at the last
term of tke crlmlaal district court for
bigamy and sentenced to the penlteu-
tlary for one day. Jumped from I.abadls'
wharf Into the bay with suicidal Intent
about 8:30 o'clock last night. She was
discovered In her rash attempt and
rescued In time to save her lire. Slnoe
here return from the penitentiary she
has been very much depressed and It Is
believed that her complication of trou-
bles have overturned her reason.
roiiTiMNti Oregon April 12. tatters
received here by the last Chinese mall
state that an English Uertnan and Chi-
nese syndicate bad entered Into a con-
tract with the Mexican government
whereby the syndicate agreed to send
COO.IOJ Chinese to Mexico within ibe
next 12 months. The Mexican govern-
ment agrees to give each Chinamen 20
acres of land. Sixty Chinamen left fort-
land last week for Mexico. Others are
now preparing to leave.
Bttow.vsviiXK Tex. April 12. News
Is Just received or the murder Saturday
nlKht In the upper part or this county
of Louts Rendon who was bunting for
some horses that had beea stolen irom
him. The thieves hearing of bis ap-
proach waylaid him In a dense thicket
near Los .Calabazes and shot him four
times tbreo times through the bead.
The assasslas have escaped.
Kan-us City April 12. Eight years
ago Hev. David Walk a New Orleans
clergyman purchased Ave acres of
ground on Ninth street at the eastern
city limit for $1DCD. To-day he seld the
same property for $00290.
London April 12. It Is stated that
the Irish bill will be modified so as to
Include representation of Ireland at
Westminster In the rati to the Irish
contribution to the Imperial exchequer.
A further amendment will be made It
Is said In the direction of extending
the power or veto to the Imperial parlia-
ment. The debate In the Ueuse or Commons
on Mr. Gladstone's home tule bill will
extend over to-morrow. It Is thought
the bill will pais Its first reading with-
out division. The budget wh'ch was to
have keen introduced this evening will
not be presented until Thursday. Mr.
Gladstone's Irish land purchase bill will
be Introduced 1 rlday.
The House or Commons was again
densely crowded this evening as the re-
sult or an extended announcement that
Lord Randolph Churchill would attack
Gladstone's home rule bill. Among the
Conservatives and Wblgs there was In-
tense Interest In Lord Randolph's effort.
Prince Arthur and Prince Christian and
the Duke of Cambridge sat together In
the Peers' gallery and they were sur-
rounded by a host of peers. Gladstoae
la reply to questions stated It would be
Impossible to close the debate oa his
home rnle bill to-night aid that he had
decided to postpone Introducing kls
Irish land pnrohase bill until next-Monday.
Sir Hachael lllcks-Beach made a brief
address In which he Indicated for hit
narty an understanding to rsfraln from
forcing a division on home tule.
Denison Texas April 12. Lawson a
messenger for the Wells Fargo Express
company between Houston and Dealsoa
was arrested to-day oa a charge or ab-
stracting $1C0 from a money package on
the 13th of March. Lawson la highly
connected In Dallas and has been on
that route for two years. The seal bad
been removed the money taken and
another seal placed on. X leal corre-
sponding with that or Houston was round
In his possession. Ills bond was $1000
which be failed to give.
Pjiutine Tex April 12. Five mora
or the strikers were taken back Into the
hops this morning. The foreman of
the round bouse received a written no-
tlo from the chief or one of the Knights
of Labor organizations here to quit work
this morning but paid no attention to
the order. Other striken have applied
for work. Ther have established a nro-
vlslon depet at their ksll la the third-
story or ine opera noose where an pro-
visions donated In the town or couatry
an boused and regular rations dealt to
the needy of tbelr number.
C0XMKLMVIM.K Pa. April 13. The
advance demanued by McL'lure A Co.'s
was graated; to-day and all will return
to work to-morrow. Over 1000 men
were affected Every mine In the coke
region Is now paying the Inoreaae.
Wilmington N. C April 12. The
coasting steamer T. A. lloss has been
wrecked between Wllmlagten and
Christ's Church." A heavy gale pre-
vailed at the time. Three boats were
launched but each was speedily cap-
sized. Twenty-nine persons were
drowned only two paaaeagers being
THAT RAPE CASE.
Uoth Sinners In Jatl-No Uall-Iinllwny
Bhopn to bo Moved.
Special In the San Autonlo Lliht
JErncnsoN Texas April 13. Fritz
Dlelman and his sen Uua who were
previously reported as having been ar-
rested last Saturday charged with rape
wero brought before Justice Spencer for
examination Ibis morning. The alleged
victim or the outrage Sallle Owens ap-
peared. She adheres to her II rat state-
ment thattbe youth Gns has been In
the habit ol outraging her for the last
three year aid that the elder aoensed
has committed the same crime twice
previous to the occasion of his being de-
tected In the act last Saturday. An Im-
menie and excited crowd was at the
court-houae to witness the trial. The
accused euiplo)d two of our ablest at-
tome e who waived examination aad
Ibe prisoners wire committed to jail
wltbout bail to await the meeting or the
grand Jury In May. Dlelman and fam-
ily hav been living la this vlclilty for
30 years and have maintained a good
character. This fact prevents the pee-
Cle from taking Ibe law in their own
ands. The old man has been In bad
health tor four or ftveyeare and when be
was committed this morning almost
sank In the court-hsuee. He Insists that
It Is a put-up Job by bis neighbors who
are at great enmity with him. The
wife too tirolesses to believe In the In-
nocence of her husband. Our commu-
nity is; greatly excited over the event.
Judge Pardee ex-Oovernors Sheldon
and lirowi. General Manager Wheelock
and other Texas l'aclflo magnates ar-
rived this morning on a special car.
The special term ol the United States
Circuit Court was opened at 11 o'clock
aad adjourned until 3 o'clock this after-
noon. On meeting at the hour named
the motion was called aeklag fora disso-
lution or the Injunction restraining tha
removal or the Texas A Paelnn lt.iim.rt
shops andprlnclpalotUcea from Marshall
to some other more suitable point. A
bearing or the motion was set for Wed-
nesday morning at 0 o'clock. It Is
thought by some or the knowing ones
that this is one or the objects or the
special term. We sympathize with our
Oood Inducements Offered to Cotton
Editor San Antonio Llifht.
Ditto Atascosa Co. April 12 1SS0.
According to promise 1 shall attrrapt
to give the readers of your valuable
paper a raw Items from this the
farmers' elyslum of Southwestern Texas.
A few years ago this was the home or
the cow-boy but the sturdy farmers
have dilven blm farther west and now
beautiful farms are to be seea In all di-
rections. The country Is rapidly set-
tling up with good Industrious citizens
from other leaa-favored sections and the
way the people are enlarging their
farms and building new bonses are sure
Indications of general prosperity.
Crops are splendid; the cold spell did
no material Injury to vegetation ; and In
a few days we expect to enjoy all the
luxuries or the garden. Cora Is plowed
tbe first time and Is growing nicely; In
faot the prospeot for a good crop Is all
that oould be desired by the meat exact-
ing. Grass Is good and all kinds of
stock passed through the past winter la
good condition. Owners or cattle are
oldlng one and two year olds at $0 and
$12. Cows and calves are selling at $20.
Land that Is susceptible or prodnclng
abate or cottoa to the acre la selling
rrom $5 to $10 per acre. Mr. W Z.
Mr. C. C. Hurlev Is ereetW l.rr.
building for the purpose of engaging In
merchaadtslng. He proposes to give
land to anyone that will put up a gin
and grist mill both of which are very
much needed and would prove a paying
Investment as there are only two gins
In an area of country capable of produc-
ing 2000 bales of cotton. Judge Lang-
sten or Rossville also oOers a building
site with permanent water for the same
purrose; so here are two chanoes for
seme enterprising man to make a profit-
Politics seem to be engrossing tbe
minds or some or our wide-awake citi-
zens. There are a full corps or candi-
dates In the Held from judge to oonstable
to defeat the present Incumbents which
will be dl moult to do In toto. There are
quite a lumber of others who are per-
fectly willing to sacrifice themselves
upon the pubilo altar pro boa publico.
1 assert without rear of suooessrul con-
tradictions that lUssvlIIe can furnish
the best material for the Legislature of
any plaoe lu the counties embraced In
this legislative district; that is Judge
l.ankaton who Is no aspirant for ollloe
bat la aa eatersrlalnir farmer a mnlai
aid well Informed gentleman and pos-
c.c uu u ineaaa. uccidehtal.
Still diving Away
The smoking readers of tbe Liaavr are
Invited to read tbe card of Sim Hart tbe
enterprising tobaccenlit who has Inau
gurated another of his grand schemes In
giving away to his customers a number
ofhaadsoae and useful presents. For
further particulars oall on Sins at his
new store on commerce street.
A Knotty Trick.
A oolored backman last night In front
or the Casino HsW had nothing better
to occupy hla mind (?) and Id:
fingers than to tie the hitching rope cl
jar. vny none so uglily 10 a post as
to make It almost Impossible for that
gentleman to untie It In tbe rail wbea
the ball was over. The kuot had beei
punaea witn a rocx.
ELK LODQE KNIOIITS OP PYTHIAS
AS AN ENTERTAINER.
Royally They Crown Themselves In
Their Hospitality and Brotherhood
Yesterday was a grand red-letter day
In the history ofPythlaalsm In San An.
Unlo. Early In the morning tbe mem-
bers were agog with the preparations
for their graad street parade which
took place at 10 o'clock headed by the
Elgktb Catalry band. The marching
and counter-marching or the Knights
elicited a great deal of favorable com-
ment from the crowds of spectators
along tbe way aad does credit to Hie
drilling or this body.
The members or Elk Lodge had made
great preparations on this their fifth
analversary and had Invited several
outside lodges or their brethren to eln
them In the celebration. Austin re-
sponded with a delegation or 10 or Its
picked members anu would have sent
23 members had not the remalndor been
disappointed In catching the train.
Tbe 10 members present however ably
represented tbe Austin Lodge and their
absent brethren aad were Joyfully wel-
comed and handsomely entertained by
Ther were also representatives from
a ledge In Idaho Territory from Hot
SprlBKS. Arkansas and 11. I. llenaon
bad the honor to represent the Chicago
Illinois; louge i me oruer.
At the. ball and banquet at Casino hall
last light about 150 neuples were pres-
ent consisting el tbe gallant Knights
their visiting brethren and guests rrom
San Antonio. A liner looklno- cnnirre.
gallon or men or an assemblage of more
beautiful women has never been wit-
nessed In the Cliy or the Alamo. Tbe
toilets or the ladles were elegant both
In richness and. simplicity and the ab-
sence of all restraint and formality as
well as the refreshing cordiality of one
towards another fully exemplified the
grand foundation principles of the order
of "Friendship Charity and Henevo-
The ball was opened at 0 o'clock far
the San Pedro Park orchestra striking up
a beautltulpoloaalse march which was
leu uy air. a. J. smith anu Atlas Helen
Dennett. A glide ended this and the
uennett. A glide ended this and I
Knights of Elk Ledira then for 1 ed
martial order aad gave a splendid exbl
union arm wnicn was neaniiy ap-
R lauded. After tkls Sir Knlgbt C. A.
oblnaoa. on behalf of Klk Lodire. de
livered an eloquent address of welcome
to their guests and detailed the ex-
perience for the Initiative of the lodge
and tbe order. Uls reaaarks were trite
and called forth great praise from
his bearers. In closing be Introduced
Miss Daisy Dyer the pretty little
daughter ot Sir Knlgbt John Drer. who
presented to tbe lodge a beautiful band-
uiaue sine anu satin uaaner. the work or
Mrs. Dyer and Miss Mollle Dyer. After
the preaentatloa by Miss Daisy Mlta
Mollle Dyer was compelled to appear
and blushlngly pronounced a few sen-
tences of her hlirh appreciation of tha
order to which her brother belonged
anu 01 ine nonor conierreu upon ner uy
being In part the maker of the banner
for tuem. All the unmarried members
on viewing tbe young lady and bearing
her oharmlng speech could not help but
reflect that when tbe ladles In such
beauty and grace lent Ihelr fair services
toward the encouragement of the grand
alms of the order there should be no
such word as fall In tbelr vocabulary
and excelsior should be their buttle-cry.
The married members tbeught the same;
said nothing or course but proud
glances toward their sponses spoke vol-
umes. To Miss Dyer's remarks Com-
mauder C. II. Clifford responded In a
finely worded expression of thanks to
the ladles for tbe banner.
The remainder of the programme was
filled with dancing la the following
2. Ouadrlllo Kt. N. Hart.
3. Walts Kt.T. W.Mullaly.
. Polka Kt. M. Uilllaa.
a. Lanelora Kt. P. Abrahiuiii of A11.1I11.
Kt. i:ruitu ltee.1
s. Dan Tucker...
IJ. WalU 1.
15. Vlrairla Iteel .
. A Coheti
.Kt. John Fouler.
The supper served by tbe Riverside
Cafe was a marvel or the caterer's skill
and was greatly enjoyed by p'l partr't-
Ine. The committees In whose charge the
details or the celebration were left ably
fulfilled their trust and should receive
due praise. Tbey are aa followu :
A-rangement and Finance. Nathan
Unit. Emanuel Abrahams. C. U. Clifford.
Printing and Uadges T. II. Johnson
C. F. Frommer G. 0. Itoemer.
Music George Itoemer Charles Mut-
laly. Banquet. E. Abrahams Max. Sam-
uels M. Daas Abe Coben.
Invitation. II. Groesbeeck George
R. Dashlell Abe Cohen Job-) Fowler
J. W. P. Street.
Reception. C. S. Robinson Madison
Dallas Erastus Reed Newt. M. Smith
Mose Ilaumblatt J. A. Feirls Jobn
Dyer J. Wntsen.
The Austin Knight were mnde to feel
perfectly at heme aad with Mr. Phil
Abrahams as their leader were lnvlnol-
ble taking everything before them by
conquest. As alsader Mr. Abrahams Is
always a sncoess and Austin should feel
proud of her representative citizen.
Elk Lodge now beastsa membership of
SO Irom among our best citizens and Is
dally growing stronger. Among the
oncers at present serving tbe Lodge 1 re
tha followlae: '
Commander C. II. Clifford; Lieuten
ant uammanuer 1. tv. miviaiy;
Chancellor Commander of Lodge J. P.
W. Street; Vice Commander George D.
Itoemer; Prelate Henry Groesbeeck
Keeper of Rcoords and Seals George It
Dashlell: Master of Finance. C. L. Bauer.
Master of Exohequer Thos.B. Jobnsoi;
Past Chancellor H.Loebaltz;Master-at-Arms
N. Hart; Inside Gosrd J. W
nation; uumueuuara u.r. Frommer
He Fell Heavily.
Testerday afternoon a painful acci
dent happened to Matila & Scbrvver'a
colored ftlce boy Mose Sampson near
commerce street oriuge in skylarking
with another kov. be ran aad stumbled
against the curbstone of tbe sidewalk
and was thrown with great violence
agalast a sharp angle of a brlok stone
outline his left ear nearly off. and also
receiving a bad out aver bis eye and oat
in hla haad. II waa taken to tl.J Oltv
drag-store and afterward removed thj
COME AND SEE OUR
EARLY SPRING NOVELTIES.
They are Pronounced to be
Laco Canvass Cloth
Fino Novelty Robes
Egyptian Laco Flouncing
w Large Stock of New Jerseys Just Received.
400 Pieces of New Matting White and Colored.
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerso Street.
A. P. 11. It.
Until r 11 Mli
nolleo train will nil
Iowa tally e
iiiue;)n.in. .irrite at hemxl
. Arrhe at Kemxlr l:ittp. i
Arrho al San Am
Iili7ll6p. in. Connectlni at Son Ant'
raeino aim Niuiiicm Paulnu Ha -
a for all point aoulh.
Mr. Ludwlv? Mahnnke. the o-ealal nrn
prletor Of the Million fl.-irilen. h.lner
thoroughly overhauled and refitted up
his summer garden announces to his
friends and the publui that the first grand
opening fur Ibe roiulng season will be
maos next Maturday and Sunday nights.
There will be a musical enn.-ert hv iim
Turner hall orchestra. Adiulaslon 10
1 ho Toxns Proas Meotlnir.
le annual meeting of tho Texas Press
Association which will be held In this
city some tlmo In liny will bo one of
great Importance to San Antonio and
West Texas. Up to this time nothing
has been done by our citizens to prepare
for tbelr reception anil entertainment.
as tue mayor anu council and othet
citizens have extended these penilemea
an invitation to meet here it would be a
shame for us to rail In our duty In this
uisiier anu u is mgu time soineti'ing
In tbe notice of the annrnanhlnv we I.
ding of .M-. James W. Cuir In vem.r.
day's LtniiT. the types placed the ladv's
Mi i u'"s. i ue lauy is
The Cltv Collector's renort for tha
month or Mr'ch shows the following
Fer Oenerrl Fond
For Special Fund
For School Fund
For Hexar County Fund..
For Cemetery Fi"jd
" Michael Sirogofi" was preseuted to
a Isrge audience at Ti-ner hall last night
oy ine Charles i... Andrews company
This powerful drama as Is we" known
Is essentially spectacr'rr sod consider
ing the dlfllct'itles iider which the stage
management labored owing to the con
fined space' It was plaoed en tbe boards
or Tt'tner ha" remrrkably we'l. The
caste r the drama Is wc'l sustained
oourier ef the Czar being nowerfr'ly
played by Joseph Bla) tor. ''Marfa Stro-
gff" by Cecil Rush Is a veir fine per-
formance. Miss Manlce as "Sangara" Is
goed. Flotlne Arnold Imbues strong
uraiuauu lurco inin i us pr'ioi "itladla
iedor." Considerable amusement was
alerted by Messrs. Ed Hassan and J.M.
Humphreys' who took tbe pr'ts of two
One ot the finest stage sUdggles seen
Is that between Ivan Oirarntl ami
Michael Strogoft aad so realisilo was It
the audience rose to tbelr feet anxiously
waiting tbe ultimate resp't of It. The
ba 'ela were fair tbe most unique being
the Mikado ballet. Mile. Crrlotta Brf-
anza the charming premiere danauese
la wondrously L'acefdl and although
vet young Is a ast-mlstress'or the
poetry or motion. Mile. Eugene Canel-
llnl Isr'soavery pleasing dancer. Ttiere
Is a matinee being given tUs afterncon
to a large audleace and the?vlslt of the
company will conclude with the even-
WO' Protect Thel- Rl-rht
Tbe Brown Chemical Company r
Baltimore Md. bss brought suits ror
heavy damages against Frederick
Stearns & Co. Del.olt Mich. who are
known as the Non-Secret Medicine
Manufacturers for selling Iron Tonic
Bitters; against Meyer Bros. A Co. of
St. I.euis Wno'esale Di ugglfts for sell-
ing Brown's 1'on Tonic nrepared by C.
J. Lincoln Little Rocar Ark.; and
against James A. Dickinson a diugglst
in Baltimore for selling Iron Tonlo Bi-
ters with his name upon tbe label
whloh medicine waa mace by Koshalnd
Hollander & Co. of that olty and aso
claimed as ra Imitation of tie Brown'a
Now Fire Engine
The fire directors of tha ttv h..
elded to purchase a new fir engine for
Company No. 1. The engtn chosen will
.r. " w. a eng.ni It is laid
Linon Finish Lawns
Immonso Lino Porcals.
rourlh Crand Drawing -Twanty-flva Vmn
cuan Away Valuad al Otar 1500.
One Prize Gold
One Diamond Ring
One Prize Gold
One Fine Wardrobe
One Suit Clothes
One lrlze Gold
One Fine Easy Chair
One Meerschaum Set
One Grand Lamp
One Gold Head Cane
One Met Pictures
One Prize Gold
One Hundred Clgais
One Fine Dog
Two Fine Stools
One Prize Gold
One Fine Hat
One Load Coal
One Load Wood
One Box Cigarettes
Ono Bottle Whisky
One Load Kindling
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This coupon Is presented to each
rurchaser of 25 cents or more of
lart's Cigars Tobacco and Smok-
ers' Articles and entitles the bolder
hereof to the girt donated by the
ticket corresponding In number
thereto distributed after 20.000
tickets have been Issued.
tarNo prizes cashed without pre-
sentation or ticket and no prizes
paid after CO days from drawing. Ct
The text of the bill which has passed
bath houses or Congress aad by which
San A ntonlo secu-cs an appropriation of
$200000 ror tbe erection f a postofilce
and federal couw building Is as follows:
Be It enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives r tbe United State!
or Amerloa In Congress assembled That
tbe Seoretary or tbe Treasury be and he
Is hereby authorized and directed ta
purchase a site tor and cause to bo
erected thereon a suitable building
with lire-proof vaults therein for the
accommodation of the United States
coui.s poatclflce and other government
olllces at the city of San Antonio Texas.
The plans specifications and fall esti-
mates for said building shall be pre-
viously made and approved according to
law and shrll not exceed for the sit
and building complete the sum of two
hundred thousand dollars which sum la
hereby approptlated out of any money
In the Treasury not otherwise appropri-
ated: r.-ovlded that the alt shall
leave tho building unexposed to dan-
er f'om fire la adjacent buildings
y an open space of not leu
than 40 feet including streets and alleys;
and no money appropriated tor thla pur-
pose shall be avat.abie votll a valid title
to the site ror said building shall be
vested In the United States nor until
the State or Texas shall have ceded to
the United States exclaslve Jui;sdlotlon
ver the same during tbe time the United
mates snail oe or remain me owners
thereof ror all purposes except the ad-
ministration of the oilmlnrt laws of said
State and tbe service of civil procsss
tnerein; norsnati any site oepurcntaea
until estimate for tbe ereotlon of a
bulldlag which wlllfurnlahsufficlentmo-
commodatlea for the transaction of tha
publlo business and which shall net ex-
ceed In cost the balance or the sum herein
limited after the sit shall bay been
purchased and paid for shall hav been
approved by the Secretary of the Treas-
ury; and no purchase of alto nor plana
for said building shall bo approved by
tbs Secretary of the Treasury Involving
an expenditure exceedlnsr tha said sum
so herein limited ror alto and building.
Raw Goods Far Inrlna
Are coming In rapidly; everything van
want In clothing data and furnishing
goods. Pakcoist ft So.
A very axoltlngand trying tub racsj waa
witnessed by a largo number of specta-
tors at San Pedro Park lake yesterday
afternoon. Tha gentleman mt latar-
ested waa Mr. Tom Scott and tat ex-
citing and trying part was hla he be-
coming very excited at tk prosMot or
tary "blled btrt".SAJul trying Wj barel
to prevent such a catastroph.
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